Commercial advertiser

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Commercial advertiser
Uniform Title:
Commercial advertiser (Apalachicola, Fla. 1843)
Place of Publication:
Apalachicola <Fla.>
R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge
Creation Date:
July 22, 1848
Physical Description:
v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56 cm.


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


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

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jjitii1tCFJ Dfccctoi! 2IUJ9C1IC9S: DllTCtOCl? From tli'iUiion 1: Ailds I j-01111111111/,1/ I'lack I Hawk: ; -'
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,Vin. G. I'orlcr t Co. J!:. \1I All .\. .\:11'1.; J. 11>\v..F. The \\' Ms Ciinilid.ito!; l tin' the .. .. )IIIninthis I ledoubtable: rlnef t through) anI ';th'ici'rs. Military science was completely l life-blood oozed blacker and thicker between the

n-s; 1\T ,nnl1 AND COMMISSION I Day A. Co., In'.i.l., ) I h loci i i ill I )|passable; wilderness! he; defied and ( Scott was arraigneiJ) be- LJIlIft's.roid the'horrors of (hat awful hour

ULALLUMi| { .\JT COMMISSION IIEI'II'oJT, : t: T KD on t the Ba,1xc.; ," near the junction lure a Court of Inquiry held at Frederick Tajlur was rushing from rank to rank, exhorting

No. Ii Water street, hic.I F.,. I M.-C2 N.. 52 Wailriini( I I, I \ HItrO"IE. I il I the I Mississippi and I low ;,, and i after a des i'I um., lo explain the entire failure of his his herocMtothe charge: and thrilling every heart
.,., \1'\1<( A\.II..III'ul.l.| !I F.! with enthusiasm. Now
11.c.. fir>- ;Agents for J.t.ovr'1.... Asi'iiN Jur f ilir I'urrH.f I prate i ; :action( entirely ileltv.itfd.; lilacklawk operations, attended] wiih an immense cxpenditnie the.savages..roka ID disorder -
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----11" |II.| H. SIOHO, ; they pan-i-d rallied ani rolled backof
.' 'Klii.ilii: > e"1 ; IJIII'ao delivered in of lifV
11. t. & 11 ruusc. tIu.' I I''rot eel I 011 J JII-HI.UH-I' > escaped. : up a ami money. During the their
ft'oiiw, SloiM- Co., Co." and t tlic "HartoiJ Iiitfui.uico ( '0.'' I I al ibid ''( ;M-iii-ral '\I4ut '-. nu'il' exploit-are not t the I i'u\ works by some faithless ;allies md en- sitting of this Court ( :'ol. Taylor assumed : pursuers, with a bury that appearedirresi&hVie. .

i' u) ;M MISSION I J\I J'RC: 1 lEA N T S, 'Colin.- .- .- -' r//f/wv nf j his pojml uitv ; )I h.-). ar'* "iilv I thy ncI I tiisicd in the chaise of C'ol. Taylor; who the entire command oh'thto, Northwestern rallied till Again? the whole tbey.were broken seemed agaiu with they

No. 10 Wat or lApalaclucobi shoot, 1'la. .1. II. A .1. ilf. Null, rnrs/wwv for I the dl"lla,1' his 11,0, |iiil i(iont.tnerjiv c.nvoyed him I to .lelfeison l Ia rrac I'S. The division, belonging to ( :en. .Atkinson who the npid! movements.swamp Onward faster to boil and firmer -

fJ.r! I-. __ ___ FACTORS & COMMISSION) MERCHANTS: ol .. 1.,1) ai-il pu'v, sense o| v iU'r from whom we have quoted above, was a member, and who spoke of Colonel TaJ'J led I his sheuutirughernei, bearingdownopposing
justice. and incorvupJible; lii I I
1') 1 IS WsiLT-ln-i-l.I 1 liolns.ismuch
I.oclil.'onll: :, IW I I2 what he t h., .) id.ites the following characteristic anecdote Taylor! I in high tcirm, ;h.s the only man who hfffs' and sweeping every thing bcf e
A nllcnas
r \\cmnn. \ FM.SYINEVIIBKX. \\
.\iILSI&N, I and FOlnV.\RDING \ for; U 1'I"tali'1 dinii', because ubiiethccoinposih.Mi I olTnxlor' while ill pursuit of i the savages; ; ; could end the war. After the Court had thera'I'lue ground va.* masked jnli> pools) beneath -
ci even
MHKCIl AN'TS, I. a' Some I time after Siiltman's defeat adjourned, (; Atkinson their f fet and the loc were 1 Ij-mg: in heaps
i cn H'sumcllli'4
I is If'! Ins o\\n. 1 tiu' by command .
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X o. ;J U'.tter Apal.K-hifoIa!tieot, I'la ____ oftiioitL Notirr. : all loiuz\ : < aI'; :,i.1, evoiv thins? hesi {.tick, I Hawk's I band '(1alor., marching; wiih i ; and the Colonel teceived a furlough, I"n"every AI l loiu'lli the rll 1lalt't'r( driven from ther;

o: l ._ _.__ .\ <. ns evoiytluntr he' dues, i mat k.l 1 b\' tin- a lu<:o body of volnntt-ers; :and) a handful; olejilais. but 1I\IIIOt been nt home a fortnight ere lie 1111 the borders ..f Lake Oktechol'teHere

--Hai'lMM-.V lIohr. :. \\ \ ) ( } 11.,! l P.> puiitv. l ;iiiul I b>lliiioss. '.1.( (us own dtarw'i--' ; in ;pursuit of thhost'e! Indian: was; ordered I lo join (cti. Jesup at Tatnpt1'ay. : I.I tbi-ir (11.11I".1" turmd I bv Lieutenant Colonel I>a .

roMMissiu.\) J- H C Ji ANTS, [uI- ]\\laIn' Ibiiiult Ins ,i.> ulciicc, r"rn *r nl.iliil Dill(;'tntltrf fulfil /I'tivjif'." '' fnlll'l, LIII .nl'l tltl'i, lon.0. found hiuisoll appioachm, !I"c-I.! Kici. 1 ; ( :Jovftiinient found that sotnellnnt!; t' \" 'lIl'ort.11'1 Hnnh'oll.I'l'Iy after they delivered! 'alin.d

:ds(', | l\'lItl'l llljli lr\'I!<, "'|'|''-! I IIII, (Man'onNo; (/, \ then ;asserted by many to be the ( nm i IlIO-re I than piofotind] military; science, wasnecessaiy. ; ;. vlev'! and fled. Tt.( rur..uitLot continued

l i nl* lill.lte 11"II c. \ *". IIOllil'\"c I 'I .telll boundaiy of Illinois.I I i The : ; The host quality "fit soldier" until ni;. bf. ,

SUN! IITTt.\i. I u'I! : COMPANY .-----. '-'- _.- -. .. lcllJI..11: I anef'l C"JI ofiireis ;wl'i\ I volunteers, as Taylor was iufoimcd I I would I said Napoleon i j is constancy in enduring Tb! (I.-I- .,' the Americans :n thi* battle wa

flf. the (:'iii,j'Water-I, of! .\ 'rI't 11'1..t.York, \\'. <:. .' Oivit, selling. the j 1'1 injustice, vincI) (Fi id, ", ('(II'& to cn)'s the srnall'l'lwJ were mi- fatiiMie! and hardshipcourage; i is the se- fourteen ollirerand; one hundred and twenty-
\n. ATTIJII''H) : : Cot :\:I.I.I.UI1': L.\ W been lour men ; oJ the I Indians was not aolccrtained-.
.\ptlaI'lU"lIl.l. }''I. dwiirt to C"pl. T.nlnr. had; i heir ie>i lih.i; they! aid. caijed: out loi the defence ofthe cond.
pt$ <1. i j-j______________ .)lllcr-i:I his-cn'il"-II'IIIII'( pulilio ill 1'1111\1'( 1'1'| UK ted .I'cl.' ;iiul i h,' was; l.i".I..II'. il ln-. foiincruelt t Salo.* ; and( il' was tmcoiisiitulniua I to The hijli expectation which the (;Jovcrnment Tit_ .signal victory confirmed Cokuel't'aytor"4

\V-T. \\,111. '';. I-- I'li'i-oi, .It\'I' :1\:1l'i'II'S) .enined I tank b\ I Iii i'ifsidi>iit \l.tdi' riri. oid'r thorn lo ni'iicli bo\oid its hontier had: of ( 'III. Tailor's[ success is shown high military reputatitm ; but

"'4..1. *v ic.iiioii1 I Ik' will i'r.i,Mi<'"* I 11-nl.irly, in IV.inKiiii. ( '.i- ) l Itl lli,;, 1111gh ll i f. v.lld lll.'l', llotlllli, ;lltin | into iif!: Indian \:0111111): : '1'[ : jlor, thcienpou. ill the fact: : that, i immediately on hisainval, while admiring' his gallant: :nd intrepid$ .con

'd\1, xni'l I. "I J- Water l'-N' s-ir.-i MHUCIJ't I.:--fl I'\TS.Mains( .: 1.h oin. .in.I ..'<*l\ oii'iiriiit I'ultll.-all.] \\ ill UKIII| stioiij IH'rslasioJ. ol.Ih.,-.*- ("ill-oil-; \,.!ho halted his comm.itid, and encamped he was placed in (romiiund ol a scpaiaff; duct I mi I lie field of tJIIIIcil i* more pleajma -
it.lirNo '
;i |! .rlal rrl.iiiicr, id ;>s t 11111"1, ill a uts.\ ('0111'1 had; C ovited llirtn-eUfs uith'mtlio t tituii uulri'5 Illinois 'column lV> s.e, by his own report I I'IP lender
l-'a ( of
I |i'ii; '\ Il 'iicnnoiislv! mIns acknowledged ; of composed I the jst.l I llli I and' (iu;th
.In "I( tinMuMlfor!
In'I-- A. Mt-U 1 ;\ /-:. \Vr>tfti Cir> \\it.\ !III'! will .iK., behalf, could. i induce, Iltl'lt.I'a\, ; '.-' hiIiappy -. ( : I lit- woiil, 111)1'!, as die lolator; of tin Infantry, a battery of I light; artillery, and the solicit uiolt he displayed' for the A
\t.\ \ 'I\ : :.iriru i-' in tinCouil :.1'! .\ >IMS; .,1 T.illili.i;
: home lot hue IIIV said budm inch. hnthir i without, Missouri, itl The ; ujection urgrd) against military meo
vlI 'f, (tile 1'1..11111-11.1' \\liirh. In will .1.dIl'l'1 11'llcd fit-Id. :11(1'COIII.lldil ;an ii ulcers. latter had', to usea .
4. "> Mir 1 I <114'l'u' t t : i..4.uu1 (1 Illllf! I i'r\'lIftod I /III. .ICC';illl'lll.A. ; the \1,1 i ,ii ( :Iicm Bay I lot Ixvo oidi-is.: I 11 b lo had ;ll'ca"driI'1t I'lack I llaitk; common phrasecome tu see the Kfe-; is, (hat the scenes ot carnage in whirii they

N,, I I. \\'alt'I'I''I'I.'v'1. t tI .\ pII.clI ,'.,I'I. S'pl"lIlh'r". I ,'i. .H;,lrs, he joiuct"! I Sonihein, loire: undri' out d' the State; but tho iiiestion| ) ol oioss-( pIn iit: ;" we e\tiacf i ; one from ott memos an- deshoy th,'ir ft-llow-i reaiures. blunt all ten

|I. |1..1'7. \ ,..,.thjt u's. lint the followin extract
I <:. STTOliX .'
1I..a:4'', from
% ( ,; exreplion of" ;: *iil to Ins \\ile. bis ideas of integrity to the constitution: on jovf riling, these citizen soldieis," contrastmz ( Colonel Taylor'report shows that his
S. A.1. > \ 1! I K: VT 1.\ \V.or. heart
uii'iiJLr.: : \\i ir.r.\iL; .ci.'ocF.u.: !:I ti ()flire, .\i,. 2 ( 'tlpt, -I/III/un', .l/II"'III,. when she was il.iu:r>iutislv ill. Til, er-c oi <: suband mihtatv expediency on the with the autocratical airs ;assumed by alleviate was; yet alive to su'l ring. and promptto
,, ti'f ; iitfimilv, I iII of Foil .leMip." con-.ti i or l ',tioi.' out iri! the IIi ;llt. however, ordeis others "diessed in a hltle brief authority.rnon ." it :-
... 'I',ittn' "I' tl'.lfI"II'i' t I' l t-t-'anib'tjl anil i-lup &t'ri.N" '. <>\'r l'I.u.1ohE4' inililaiy load, and noj'.u, lio; dutii's,, either I fioni ( ;Ion, Scott or ( ieneralAtkinson :\ <.j I the uiu.s ty arrived Vi Innteer> \;i- ,,t ,.11\\ '- \< -.o.n( ;,0t1( e'..'[I'Vt'r.. remplt tely bra-

I I'\Vatei .11',1.t --- i \'. ere peifoiini'd ill ;.1 iiianiiut; uln'cli won I for for him to follow up I'lack( I Mavvk private, who, beaihly I I SH-'K. Of raiin ue.ilbf ken. [uiFiohl reportf Oko 'hobee' ,] I turnviniv
I 11 l .\ .11.1O'III' "' I Jrl nitid, .titd no :slither tir t went to bis ; altoi tin t( taking r-Tei.f the\\i nnd -dtof tcihtate -
\ u- :_ Major; Ti\lor lln% ';" of' hi superior to the last. The ipiielness' of the regularcolonel > captain <
-- II." r. .\. 'j III: ( 'op.iilner>}tiip, 11"II'I..f"I'I'Hli,, lioI officers, while his subordinates: idolized; : meanwhile, Irid rather encouraged I with biscomplaint.s but, ir.eetm i : with no partirol their nioval. (to Wf'II :n:e, vvht-re' I c.r-,
I t 1\\ .'.-" I the' Milisniiii'i *. niiilnthe I linn ol I D. .ir svmpatby, revived to b.svea talk) with Col'Ilivlor 1. .ft'J'-,1 an oncnrnprnont to In-iiTi.itd. I directed
WiiM.i $:svi.v: \M> UIT\H.. hiinjljor allhonuli '.ei inpuloiisly exact: In re- the mutinnns) militia (II o bung 'their pmccrdm ,
II. WOOD! ) & CO.) e\pin" this lla.1'111' utiuui himself.i I Arrivtd nt I lie cjjinrii.indfts Capfain Tavb r to cro>s over to the s'.ut,;oru.t! erapk -
iLiiMJHJUIKD1CIMX: : I 1 : I il.\ l.\TS, ; |uirTiig ; of b ilu-ir m,, s a heail. .\ sort of i town-meelm< i't.rfel';
" \) : 01 l tlio concern will lie li'lllidalc'd' l hN1.. .J. !D- : faillful11.1":1111'1: du- 4 was <, the Coh'ndlS pointed out to him but >3 even individual: vvho-ii he [.: ?ht find there
: ltI.Sq. I ; L \"'. .X1. ,'. ('. lu lt,!.. ] I D. H. WOOl I>. lies, he ; u.ih f.illlI'tIIJlldll" .. caded upon I the prii ne. and.I Taylor invitedto he w. a" rather incress (tie swamp
! AU \ i'li'M.:: ,l .i>*,irtiitiMit of t NJ.. jJJ.O: I S.f'tlachknla .1"-111': | a c-aipc/ uttr who listening some very Tajlur ? Nonsense SdtiMiod, however croat exertionsvas romjdfte ir, a
,r ol t' C Ii.-i 'PIt :tld.111'1' sheets .' Apnl I 1't:t, l I"'t lIacll'eli SPiit to fell ;* lire thought,1 tint as miietly, to I the piuctedinj s, it became) Hough I I that such was even the ca-e, he rnnrcbed I short time alter dark when ai! the dead and

? \wd_I I II I __ Apidjchioola.. _!Fa. .- ,-. the u.uiu lie would indulge in and Ieady's; turn to address the chair.; up, and rather patroni/.ii! opened Iris business. wounded were carried over in litter- made fat

U. lIiaH.iu SaU.. Ih'. .o.uh'u'f's n) 4UI II$3ilial C OI'- .1 nap, hum I which ho I wrts awakened; : by the "lie 1 had; heard. ," he said wit Ii much I Colonel Tailor I l-chuve." the purpose, with one t-xccption, nprivate the

C O M \Tl I S S I To N :M i i I.: I U C 11 A \ T, iiiig'uiig i of au axe, wielded! i in ( MM: backwoods pleasino, I the: jews which several, speakers Ves. sir." Ith infantry, who was killed and ce'uld! not be
.. Water -t.,:ns, )j F Dial'l'llfca.I ) : ) )I } CIIII.\!: Cholera MM! ", had of the and Well, Colonel I'm devilish glad to see 'ou- 1'onrt. '
\< I 11 stn-tt- I Iii : ( style. Spiiii<;i ujn to hi- fel'l t he saw cxpiessed independence dignity And here
indtcd. I I bo
The trust
am, CoIunc-I returned permitted fa :
Ch'ra! li'Kuitnin I unl I the civility may /1.0.
1 Fla.n I : ,
\ 1IIarh1t'"L i ; UIIIIKI "OIllI'JllIllol his
n.( I I. 1"1' (o amaZCII1CIIIh..1) ins of each American citi/en. Uellli I
___ : ___ 1,Inl'hi'ii! t fur; ale livIVI. OIl1I11'IIllill officer private Colonel), you'll excii-ie me, but since i rYe !been that I e.xponericed one of the iiost Irjing scent
.1. C.: .\ II.'u.'Ia.l.'t' !. :{ .T. C. ALLEN.11PLIS f had neaily pertoiiued ilie I av"! ) i h he I h I I that all g'jiitlemen there present were here I've been cluing aU I could for \,:u-have indeed life, and ho who could! have looked on it

\\ ..r ar-1 P.'1.lilll'akr :n '- ------- had neglected, ;and ln'u.ui; to >iaiiuuei$ luiili bis f"llIal IS4.ill i reality he was; persuaded ; but the fad i is, the accommodations are with indsllorance! 'his nerves lju.-t have 111t dif-

ruaI: : :, iiiin\h 1 ;>, iuN1'S. (IL Sa l'sallI'! lIa. :HI.'XCUSC.l"I't- i.i.n.i: u.} 111.111lId I tbat}! lIIanoT: ( would, in a low .years, hc \'cry bad-they are, indeed ; rnr.,1, sir bftrtttto foreruly, orb InizeJ tV'in my own IJeside.) the

(; I.\?: :. I iits1iis: ('.. S.inir.s, linMoPs' iiiul M.iilfvVionitiouiul \I.ijor! Tiloi : "passing .1I'tij: "tl.tlIJ. I I'' his supciio.s' and perhaps: in the capacity lie down in il, mt\1\lIy I ; and the fact i-, Colonel killed, there Lay one hundred and twelve wounded -

.11,.. \ ) llunl oxtr.ictol I 1 J\I'ln'-t saw; \ Oll n>lcep, ;md, knowing the) Tifii- ol membfis'of .j :t.Itl'ltlwlltlilIlt ( rj .'ej!\nj, TIII] t f i I' ili I nj'F. tenaiil who) his hen- and of humble ofIhe The Colonel, no fiCut.trun ly Ifl pre .t-u with one liurdred and rfy-ive; miles. most 10'< (the way
is on v.uh ; u'ptttHiioti servants
I'' t \:. ff; \I-T \'I'l'' .N i 1-:1:i: Y. &i'., 'e. .." 17 II I F AliFLL.S wiy .1 p.ulyto the fact of having a getitltinun'y s"n in his Ihrouirh an unexplored: wilderness. ,nith'ont guides
his like himself. lie army
( the (
ean Ion
to f"I. would icpiiblic expectedtlifn
A' % -- ) ;
vir. 4l 1 ( la' sl'11 4 inI'T1'i'- rii1. '- -- -- n-poit eXJ'rct'-elllli; regret that such h"iid! I who had so gallant beaten In' undejrny
I \ 1"lttl.I"II I I'l.i. > r. 'oudl'uIPs.Iihilliouo Oil lor of woik I !h.m- to obrv them of the annoyance enemy
!ft. < I <'?;- ) neglect -.I\'I.d as inteipieters orders in his ,
exist IIIJ.h.r IIi
i : myself ever t. any circuiintances, ill aciuliztdanr strongest ;p< ii, and who had
r:. s. : \ -Iey. .ablc 1411 'iHs, the dis.;'" iet'abie duiof, : oiderin: \ otito will uil't t till* people) ; and the b< si proof 'lie ".. to be convened back brou b swaropH and 'hammocks ,
1 011 I .alby lie put ill lions. Hut mii.d, doti'i! : could give that I he would oho them was t \\'dI-ut.! from whence
t .\Cf.)!: .AM (rtiMMiSSHlN: \ M MF.UCHANT 11"1 j do' :oajjaiu. ) Colonel.that! am f to do ? we set out, without any aj>
\<.. -2. U'at.'l'-lu-fl l IMii. J J C :'.LI.l:.'. ." now to ubseive I the oiders! of those whomtb Why, leally, I dou't know, unless you takepiy pearent means of doing so. This .ervicr, however I

1W :\1HIa'ltirft\a] FnV (Yaitliiuit.s.- |osr-i\edy! popular!; wiih hi-i 1IIf'I. .M'ljor. \people had alreadv put in the pi ices ofauthoiiiv place.V." was enconntiriil and overcome, and they
-- -- -- -- -- ''., lor had but \V now, that's ci\ indeed. have been cnnvoved! thus far, and jtreceedod to
whicii on
.idu-m-e Ot
{:< ( ; \ to i t.u: ,ie.i uiIs ..iian i to I gentlemen around I I
.\ sde ; > |'ila-e ill the \Vesii-iii. I 1:11: 11111 I\. and hnudicdsfloiked |lu.i IJ .i-.uc.i. io |1'1.1111II ,lI"' t. mean tourn Vint /'// fait a t'cvhoui's \-
1I"CIi.1"f; : : IIJn"FHClI.T' :. III IvII'I ,lloinoii antI folbiw-o.ili/.ens iln vtoid L.ibien sleep-a, cIt. or a bunk o r any (, Knife ;11.\1 i axe iIwn'. with f No. 4S \\V.4it-r-irf. ) J. !1.\ r \. ( .. ; to his st :iiion: ; bill :although: from Washington. ; would be-. s,IJ refreshing Your place' -where isit the latter beiim f hunch in great abundance at (tIe,
passed to ,
he mi hl liave. T'-iu.iincd in the on in" In "'
: leciuilinseivice
il.i'hiiiU.! I F.I.i I Colontl .
JIt.C' ;
\,'al'I'alh' r.t.\f.\ ).;1..1.---.'. -- \\ II..p--'. \11- A.V't-'11II O'XTF.Il( ) :i (t0.'1'S 'nitiiti* uisliu! in T'JIi. for ) eais; ;ai 1 LuuiMille., ncu: Ins i.;, : 1 Hawk; and to I lake.ou with Oh, .|U-t drop down-an./ tcfierc about lure carried ontc backs ..!' our weak and tottering
IIIIIlie %% :is not wdllll" ,,1r.11 i his n. >- me :u is soldier I liltail0 do bOll Theie place about, hor-je aid..d tho
:. iiis: ( n A 4'JJ )., \ 11111 in* (in ill: !' .,11 nn -any cotiu I'111 .in-wt-r by sidno i.f the (command with
: ( .) 1 \J J l > s I '. :x .\ I EIIANTS|; \ |li.I.: A f'1.fer:IHi !lasting: rutf til, i ic\O :sni'1aiT'ie .sliould bi thus used to t '!ti.e( nirn into the I :lIe the diavvn up on the shoiejand llll l Ii-ok which I the '. fcntkiaan 5'fII"l.ol'C- 1 1I more ease and comfort t hi) the sufferers than I
IJI-ID .. whft lie ill lu.nd! 1 I. I here aie I I'ncle Sam'11111., drawn I lire Colonel was r.ither peculiar. conld have ,!I. and with
\n t ru.t'K* I' :inci 1.1 tlio !hl'-( Tonic: in <':;- > ol army. miihl \ ibe otiicei up 'llpr. ( ?s much at they
t'i' ,\ n ;,,1111tIHI'EHlI'; : :". 1I.\IlIW.\I: I;, nralI1ilit\l 01 \\i-.t Km--*". I".1..- *> of the leqiinenTs I IK \' liH'li du'1 oiildbe behind \oii nn the piairie." This languagevvis ; Well I, wonder they (.111 v.,ti IIi.UiIi and I coiilil have been in ambulances of the most ira

a TIN' \\' \ 1:1:. IOIIT;' <, :11111'-: !; 1 HATS, l.y I .._ [April ->7] _,_ I II I F _AP.FLL.J l detailed. InHJI) !) iie\\.s; Iliad, : > Lit-ut. j I plain enough. and prubt'c.'l the de;iicd I .i Ueadv.: ,' said he ; awl!, amid) the :iniUs .ill but t proved and modern construction."

! LJ'.CIIICIEH1111'CJI.\ '::III.EIc.s : : ;:t OKWI.IO I %. Yn-( ami Soil,i J''udoi-I (.f I ll.e ( :(donel, and allci i-oiuilia-idni; :: -\' of: f effect. (L: uliko most daring: spirits, ( .Jen. ()E tijjh returned arid Ke.uly"to take himself Ills.i cllancc, I the ot'*I the gCflllttnau'sSIJlI" At the time no particular praise was

( ir. \\'aler jril Chfstn'it. best ,j ui.dity, fr sale hy the; posts w Inch; maik the \'I.-tfl Ta) loi >t;t.-ms to make it a rule I t lo first Having his wenther. awarded lo Colonel) Taylor for this humane

j) H 1 "f. ft ,\|1''.1.t< hiolt. Fa ..luIy 17 .1. C: .\ I.LlN.1i : limit of ---- --- -- interior from Tampa
I; I:d \\'al'd :11 cC III1}' I'
; "':I Ki rKt! .kNl|It COMMISSION :MKIICMANI', 1 j 1,1; '::1"1" 1 balein! !O\\I'lII'JI t Y.nd.u A i my .and AliIitM; ( Minns,, ronvrned by i thej i (1',1. T.i) lor was .,ordered the command' 111'1 t orders tu attack the wherever, : Clayton which will not be inappropriate

\I>. I W.itci sluH.Nav !pl.y toFeb'K .Seirclar\; \V"ai to( pioposo a t system for j jorganizing Fort < 'rawford, near I'rairiedii ( Jhien which found or in whatever numbers.enemy here :-"' 1 say therefore that from, the bottom -

4 H I .\]JI.hwhif'fIFa.| N .1 DKDLOIS.; the inihlia ..ub.ibie o.itioii.; ( ;"II. !' had; I [been erected under his superintend through dense thickets of and Passing; of my heart. I thank the brave ge serous -
.J a" (:. rarrior, Vinegar.AFl'W Scott was i'resident of I I this commission; | ence.: For several: years he held the ies- metto. over a wet soil. marred cypress. wi. rm.L pal anti merciful) commander of the American -

';INF.I I IL la.c'EII'cr.( Fc't\\\I/lJI: : ( .\. bbl-. pine Cider Yiwyar! ; t for :.I2 b>\ t the mcmbeis were JIIrdicr'Iwrai:' ; Hiisiis!: :, t tI4icut. "oll i"le} post of I Indian Agent in which herbage Colonel Taylor followed truop I thank him.. sir.. not only oJ 'for

"I 111:1"1 'N1 EI'II.1'. : L.: MiCFLLY, Colonel rj\n) lor. I ,il'lIl. 0 '(iluIflil I Cul- j, ipacity; ; : he won tin icspect; and confidence the petseveringly his gallantry and skill, his conduct and I
N'). 50 \Vater ftr*". 10I I II I ;.,1 Watir. st. lei, and Major Nouise, ol i the regular service "I the tribes under his cate, banish- inaccessible savage;fastnesses.) into one. of their most bravery, but eminently and above all other
hll'"la.! FI.I. He
__ \.lI.! __ __-\JI.te| I - -- lId all sellers of lire came up considerations, American
ICa.ors.W ; Major; ( Jeneial; I Ji'i\vader; Adjutant e.g watei" (whiskex ) with I them the as an Senator I
\mt,. 1 1'. J'I"'l'n( ; : H4O.\I.\I. AUK I ) At IM'TCHAU'S 1 I and eis, & Son'ssupeiior j ( ;teneral; Daniel, ;and Adjutant ( ;lene- alter destrovm" their poison aiding the .lesup., "oti say (he official pOH ot (General I thank him 'for humanity] ; I honor. him..

': ['( alla A l ()iuaiiiISSION' I.i7.ors! for sale bvIVb'l ra! Stunner, of the militia. Soiuc ol the) r inissioinriPS; in llI'ir0)( of cllri"tiIIlo\.t; them, and in one of (he attacked because he thought of and. spared,! feeble
CO )) 11 MF.UCIIN :, I 'II I I F .\ mi.L.CNioprr's : fought actions and)
older officers wished and and unoffending in tint hour ol her
._ to k'-cp n pOi lio& of ; showing an honesty i good faith known to our history woman
: ('II'Jluhlll" HI. ; -- --- -- gained a
I j -- complete
:..11" II -\a"di'ult: ) Fb. lsiii 2isv, the militia: (or their Mihstitut s) in coh>tuii: i j[ 'which unfoiiunai; I \' has not C ha i act ci iLed \ictory." The action is thus described by utmost peril. 'i honor him. (because he

TCST I f.nin.t, and) for sale bv !service but Lieut. Colonel! Ta\lor opposed all I those wlio had; the dishiiisement' : of the one of his biographers : spared ;tottering age and helpless infancy ;

,II. 31. \k.'I'on, I J. C. ALLi.May :\. this approach to a standing; army, taking! I I funds winch should be paid to the led Illall. '. Ou the -Join of December and 1 glory that au American officer ha$

)E.L1tt l )ix IJ.\T CIV :TIIIHOOTS. C.\I P;S, i&r.No. SM II JS, J. -. -. _. -'- the uroutjd that; tin imliti.i, all; i iliSlillllioli1:,: as a palliy:% leccmpense for. 1 the home, of his dense swamp, w here the 1 enemy were they reported reached to a shown tiiniselt'thus alive to he best feelings

I ColniutMi-i Hli ck. Usury's lUa iH'Nia, 1 for the dcfVuce of houi''s'.iiid; liii-sjdes. ;and :' I Ieveiy l.ttheis. The biomaphers of Lewis (Jassi be ill 101 co. Hero they halted. A few steps of the human heart."

n.c. 2i% :\I':1.trltil'c,1a, Fa.I ; and for sale; :11J1 -hocJied] man; s'louhl' be in a slate I Id' i st.ite; that \when In* closed ihe ,\I'hIIIY. inure muht brint; them within range of a hidden It was at ibis battle that Colonel) 'a lor
--- -'-.- JCST llcCI'lt ) readiness, ; i iHe. he l had but dollai in his W foe ; (that foe; inisfht be on side; and is said) to !have used
Uu li> ', OO4L A Cai ii F.L :J M l AliRLL.MnFFAT'S ( ; to act ill tin hour of danger.; > ; one I'"dct--ct itis every ; they, profane language_;
I J diew up ;an :able lepoil wlnch'was finally ; : 't \( JlI\llfJl\'n. lint: in ;a 1'1''ears he was in .ll"uI tv sbaie the fate of Dade. Yct.led on lJy' though men who have been with him.Kjscenes ;

T[ A I LOUS t I: I : LIE:rcceivi-d JML1.SM and ) I'lKKMX.: I adopted, bv the J >oaid; and appioved ol by I Ihe possession of a I foituno. 'J'he Colonel Taj lor, io man dc-puiiJeil. The line ofbat the most trying, and under the most
J pisl ti,1 lie formed and those
BALTZKLL'S was brave
UUILULV% ;, CIIESTIJTST.Iahtrhirtal'l. the bill I h h fees of ill the men ;uiheil provoking circumstances, declare that he
.Nov 2'S II. F.J'JI.: JVug-M. Congressthough upon it a ('UIIIIII'.tItOI'lH'V far West forward. To charge all foe
'\| Fa. '- still umbels, ill tin u mom of the
nr;- \11 orders) a1tfljl41 l l 1ftl h punctuality TO\VIIMII ro'i'ived, fur Sal'"altal'ila. the Militia; who M-CIII to l foi ei (hu I j Weslcin' 1 m:in how ( ':iss could afford to fort, is the test (veteran; abilities charge; ; but a protected to w.uK'l 1 Jaiues of Kentucky said; ', m his speech .it

&tiiil! (>."!]iatrh.. ". .J.111.. 'f ijJI. I-J JUST. -7 all I II.I I F. A15F.LL: maxim of our jia!.. />
\. .Scott .twIol.I.l.I IlroSfK-i, pence prep.uc) ) fur war.'' I' .it I'atis. he icplied with .1 Significant wink : grass i-? waving over head, and an unseen enemvon have know him long: have slept 1 in his t'ut.

Irinli I'olalocs ;1.1 Ouioits.AFIN'K For tire ensuing I'm: \o.ns, Lieut (jol. "Oh lieVa.. an Indian .\ geuur. Lijjhl every side, implies a decree of euiira e pos>e&sed and been on the most intimate terms with

tR.Y (Joc Ds, CJ.1)1'IIIHtv': ." 'lil' M.Mt.I .1 1IE.\I.I.'t l : snois IN :fiche for sale by Taylor was stationed on I the NoitliVestein t i! i-ome, I liphl ; oes.'t The honest name of by few.'t't this duty was cheerfully undertaken him ; yet I never heard him utter a profane
I : i'.tcCELEVuler
I I l
)HATS, \-c., -- E ft ontier, where hu ocrupied u tin; leismei i I Xachaiy '1',\'lol has never been stained toy by that little army. Forgettniir all danger, word. Once. though. I remember, his telling -

Cor. Water and CcnlT -.1 t reels, Liverpool'Sail, hours nhich a soldier )has III |ipin<; times'I I lie breath of I the slightest icproach, for only with eager uu husiani., for action, the troops binned forward me, lie was orely tried. It vvasal.th9

1 ee23 Fa.A. lion 1 !akIy of peace," by a cotijse of study which will t hko I the 1 Jlouiau mat iou he is .. abovu suspicion. Having proceeded about aijuaiterofa battle of Okeechobee, where t the Missouri
Apalacliiuila. | -c .:') 1: F.LLIS'OX' Co.SWKPKTFon mile they enfeied a wide sloimh, volunteers
\ I be of gi cat advantage 10 him III lilhn i the I Ii ." which .seemed to forbid all further were so hard pressed that they

Ihu1Jt; ) : Scotch do.: Weeding l :and! ( ..anlll i fust civil office ill the uarioii, to which ad-' In 160Lewis: C-iss then ecret.uiy ofWar Abandoning I their horses, I the troops buried progress I ItVm.selves fell into thsonler, and finally relrl'3tf d.-

$SHII'l'I G & COMMISSION MERCHANT) Cards I k"fl and I Shovels lis Hdlu0111 I Catildioii( I aiulSu;111! i IOu rui.z, I thou>aiids now, ,mule liii,,. "As : ; pro Spades I Lieu Colonel: i iI 'four; feet depth of slimo and water.'Suddenly Tavlor.) riding up to l heir heat).
V No.10 Water Struct, Ploughs, &c. for by i plain 1'.1) lou- says one who '! tit-aiy with (the Seminolc Indians by which They
\ J. l'atlcJli'uld, Fa.M. Ian< & H. JLLISON: ('0 I then knew him, "I 1 have often seen him'!' ( lucy were bound! in eutiiratciest of lie lift ni'tluur (Jt'rJ"! and pla>h ('t I' they had beeu ordered to relreat.Y .-

\\r |"v <) Cor. Water and Chi;stunt&, hfx. putting his men (Ihwlldl the battalion dull i Mississippi i tlwIIgh it was never signed by ater'l'fC drowned ill the reports of hundreds I 011 lie, you scoundrels !' answered Tay-
W. v\v. ll- ; of nile! The lor. 'And' '
Sit. ----- savages were before them said Old Zach I
the believe !
uteri bet-n banks of Wisconsin ,
.011 I I
JSala Oil. in I Micanopy; aitd other I i influential I chiefs who having reserved their lire until their "
Sims & CIio aim would cursed them.
COMMISSION M K it CHAN T s, 1TJST \ ; pl'J ll :tanhalal; t a 'wCsli st.elll\\ guy years. was a pau.-e, a shoiitintxof ITt'.eis Washington of his
Office No. : i Water toln'"t.ecl3 ; Oil, I thai i' ",(111 .1 C. ALLEN. only chaiHCteiislic of the man; who ; !, vi tug been p.i; ties to I this plan 'I'm" obtaining and t then the men channel foailcsl ly on.Then possessed such say one eulogists.
-I. since pioved) himself Uoii h and another and officer violent passions as rarely ,in
A.rII-H'llIc\1a I a May __ ) cmially their hunting grounds they I wOllll111011'avt't volley, one after another habit the
'_ :_ -1.l'si ; IlI- aEL- ol" lFOR .i I'o ; I IJeady I : ," under] the scorrhin sun of the I and OS 'ID.I| indignantly exclaimed at the sunk down pale in ,the r' onies) of It'at h.11 human breast. Several I times in hiavaned

UOber.s, Allen A co., llavoriiig; I Cn ,tdids Sauces, Jellies,, : tropics. J HUlt I looking i back, i thioui: u long next council as hu ihove his scalping ktiile around was one blaze ot lire, lnd \i-t no hue ap- ; and) active life, vvhn he was surprised .
DEALERS 'IN 1IARDWAUK' AND SHIP } J. I In : hour in he I II pearedJMovvod down! by scores, i heir intrepid LI) the gross cownidice or misconductof
Kales by C. \.LEN.[ I years, many a plea>.mt I spent ( into a table, "this is the only treaty I willexecute. loaders
CHANDLERY, IRON STEt:)., NAILS bleeding) ) c-verj side, and no chance of individuals on whom he had relied the
May I. ___ _ well selected library of ih: post, which, ( ,1.! ." "I.I a itt no si., ye." he miiarkedon the
SPIKES AND CASTINCS) ; resisting, t hunt line faltered, then rolled back .storm gathered on his brow
Tilor ( commanded we I n-cur: now another occasion skin i is daik but usually so
.hd ; III) and broke.
Manufacturers of fin Iron dud IOIS The Indians poured after them, jel serene and wrath (lashed
Copper forth
\\Varcs. FRESH Fall Crop, by with singular illlcc.l. to (he .igiecahlu ron-: not I black. I 1:11 iii an r Indian-a .Seuiinrde.i ling the( war hoop, and hurling one discharge alter like lightning -
I J j.'. 11tEl.h. veis.ilious held in the which -as teriible yet as transient; -for in an
l'4'C 2-1 Apal-irhirolj, F.i. 17_n___ I I. _, loom was ( heColonel's Tin while man shall: not make me black. another on the fugitives until they met the instant he was himself
-" Havana S'ti": favorite tesort, amid the i inicivah; I will make; the white man' ml with blood legnlar troops. L'mlisiiiaved by aught aiound, again. Thus controlleul -

Charles }Rogers- ; ;;;;\;;;;;. 1 Kunc: W. Kojjeis. Of) nOn I IIAV'XNA :(I\t contaiuJ of duly." And the same i hiomcloi r of his ;and then blacken him in the sun and rain I these herofe men. wire7 treading on as coolla-* (ruul the remark will apply as well
Clias. IC<);.>rs & <'o., .J ,\\i\) inn.:,iu a.,:.',' Iluituub ( I lie Piobidads severe habits of discipline: and study, ronlinuen i- where u the I shall I smell of his bones and though on l'II'lllt.. I Unflinchingly (heir bosom- to Taylor as Washington.,) this impetu-

COMMISSION MIRCHANTS: !, "Cabana-) ; *," "Minerva l ," .. liiilaniun," : Nor will I the I ii-adei ihink, ihesu: poison I lh! bu//.ard live upon his flesh." This( met the blasting dischaigts of Ihe savage-*. and ousity should not perhaps be regarded) as .1
.* ullin clioice) bi.ituN I .sunk amid the (angled ura.s-4, I Iho waving l.h'dt-s tailing, but rather .'s a trial given, like other
Water tn..t. i'nrlujii'S: and J IUIld I, illqll'llIllf'lIt)11'11 i ) W(' I lluuit I was: rained; into execution, ami altlooiL'h -
*h1')3 A1Liiujilj. ..t. ing; ;JUT :cur 111 Miru.a.tiuuuu I Havana, >al.-by add that: our obiecl ill tucuirtiuug lolhtMiihere the Indiana could not leach the with I their lire blood I Havoo raol iinni: tilt tnals, io afford opportunity i for triumph.
Mel! Jtj> E I ,1cCJJ.LY'atcs$ > :(L illCtrlitlll iliai ; tith; infantry to such a degree tll.lf'IIIP clark: ol glorious ill proportion, to I the strength of the
N. J. l>('l lois. ---, -- is .simply to leuiembeiinalike oii<:inii!' their decree of banishment, they water I beneath I I them grew warm and ml withIheir j t subdued.' Thus

COMMISSION AND FtflVARlINGJhIlU'hJANFS Tlioiiisoiiian, Birdie s, the windy dull and the ;,iuiig bnok \\ I s'.ihi'd a (einble vengeance on every while, blood,. and! every maru.l t the foremost ranks does enemy the violence of the controlled what

( 1('li\'Ic ami 'for .xalo by loomTailor'shaidiliooii; i ilo-I idea ol'I h tin II I I l'II 011'I III";; l-'loiid.i! .1 'l''l'II" IIi| devastation; was shut( down. Their 1 leader, (the I lu-n-ie the of the tempest prove but

No. 11 Watcr-blJ'l'd.I .rTST ::1{ J. C. A I.LjON.VaI ; now so teadily attaches to his ,01,1"1"| ol niin-iei ,hoi'iovv and dishesThe. lon;.; Thompson, ) while t.unl' log t them on, received. ) a divinity virtue which rides in and!
_. rules il 1
-I It. 2 A'i dI.*(11' ii'il.u. FI. -1tP'i._ (' "\
.'. .-.MCKAY. N C. j"HIIJN l-\-'Pn' ; I supply ol l- l EII: lisb and Fit-m, I b Ruse then have bliiK'k a bII.uuIg'I' ;n IOOMhni, '. -'.),f, :and i a war ol seven jeiis: cn- Swoaiingeii.and beside him. Ot Lifiitenant lliooke, found graves of Okeechobee important consequences tithe batl''
1' JI''IcuiH'd.l I and formal.: byApnl (eristic than hishbeial) minded uuui.iIug.; It111 I bo Imi!; rcmembcicd by l companies in the advance, -which, many other couu-
.\. JTIcKay V Co. In 1P3 I ;: ihcr every infrrun otficer was killed or di:ahled ; and try would have terminated the
47 II F AI5ELLQniNlNE.'CaiDpbor : T.iylot w..I".III..lcd to 1'.llil'lp.III'd in II, although (heir, of \bar, Here
one only four thus
S COMM1SS ON MERCHANTS I I I ; ; and! Pipeline; 'ut t ir- of I tin; I 1st 1 Ko nneol ni I lnloiiipatt > s hub' disposed lo atv.ud hem kit"t te ohOllil"lIt men up echoing were uninjnrUd.and! Still the summed up by Colonel Taylor' in 'lua

No. 4D Watci.street j by of bite 10111II.I"f I .'<'ii. .Il .\I'.IU.| .< I tl'I'1; well ilescivi-d. "It. .. lomaiitie Blades -sldl I .e.d breaking after arnon"; report" on returning to the coast :_
tlci' 1:. A1'i.tJIuI4)1, I..I'\I .1111117 1 AL5EI.L. i .a u oidcn.d .1;,nn .t I lie .' 'o. I ludldh U", < ttiiutr, 'l iguouiiee; of the tountiy, inusketry hurled foidi| the tviuurj I {(\ oae huuJitd.l'Iiis column in six weeks penetrated
: and fifty miles into the enemy1*!







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country; opened roads, and constructed j scd to :another and better world, where everyman COMMERCIAL I ADVERTISER. Famous Signal Letter. I that such a large and active body of men Gen. Cass 'Voting! to Censure the IleriT"*

bridges and "au'uY8.! when necessary, on is rewarded according to his deserts. AVe copy the following extract from the as the Abolitionists, might be deceived as to Ioutrey.
the of the route, established The noble of General -- ---- -- You all remember, fellow-ciiizeoi
greater portion I example Taylor h0w
I Signal Editorial, as we find it in the South- the meaning of Gcn. Taylor's letter? Lookat
two depots .tnJ the necessary defences sustained his men their perilous APALACHICOLA hardships our little
among SATURDAY, JULY &, 1848CO many army on the Rio
for tilts same, .uid finally overtook and beat i: hnidships, and no one could think of complaining --- --, -- ern Journal, a rank Loco Foco paper, published the letter for )yourselves, Floridians. Grande bad lo encounter and

the enemy in his strongest: position. The 1 I after seeing his small tent, which -----The-following-- gentlemen are atyhorim- -- in Tallahassee. You will find it word You remember that Gen. overcome.

result! of which movement and battle have I I we should like to see reproduced, side by for the COMMERCIAL for word, in that paper of 3d of July, as We might swallow the whole Mexico with Taylor was jo

been, the capture of thirty of the hostile, {I side with the gilded saloons in the rue Ma- ARf'lts receive and receipt ADVERTISER,and wi follows: out being hurt by it."-LEWIS CASS in the U. S. hemmed in by the enemy, and his proYiaioU
subscriptions advertise
the coming in and surrendering of more '! lignon, were Lewis Cass, then Minister at or Senate. were so nearly exhausted, that we all thought
than one hundred and fifty Indians and Pails his aristocratic friends. merits:- "There are questions approaching, which the This is one of the political doctrines of
negroes entertained his whole would be
I must be allowed to settle their army cut to pieces
'Vt.r. CHEKVER people in own ,
,Esq., Albany, Ga. unless
mostly of the former, including the There must have been a difference, also, in the democratic nominee of the Baltimore
JACK without
Major UAKDMAN. Eufaula. Ala. way, the interference of executive patronage he should make a desperate effort
chiefs On-lj-too-gee, Tus-ta-nug-gee, and : the petsona! appearance of the two ;-one JAS. J. OLIVER, Tallahassee Fa. or prerogative. The old political issues Convention. is therefore a fair subject to

other principal men, the cipiuring and driving 'I lecked out in the gold embroidered courtlil'UJ' -___-_-_--_--_-_ _._ h _. -.-_-___-. -. may postponed under the pressure of circumstances I for I Let us examine the escape. He was in a perilous situation

out of the country six hundred head of which Franklin refused lo put on, FOll PRESIDENT: and as for the new-those comingevents :, argument. question The.brave Louisianians his danger, and

c-mle, upwards of one hundred head of horse but which Cass not only wore himself, but ZACHARY which cast their shadows before-let it b for ourselves, and see if .we could I they ihiew aside their ploughs, their

!*, besides obtaining a thorough knowledgeof made all his countrymen whom he presented TAYLOR.FOR stood, that the path of safety for those under-I swallow the whole of Mexico without being I yardsticks .
their} hammers
VICE hereafter fill the Presidential office is to rent irt sledge and
the country through which we operated, at Court wear, to please the regal ideasof PRESIDENT: : hurt by it." Let it be remembered that
a portion of which that false democrat Louis MILLARD FILLMORE the DISCHARGE OF THE EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONS tool, and flew to his aid. Danger after
greater was entirely unknown his! fiicnd, ,
and let the will of find Mexico has a population of eight millions,
except t'. the enemy." Phillippe. The other, less ambitious, is the people ut-I danger was met and overcome by him. ju
terance and enactment. The American
A order, signed by the Comman- protrayed in the following capital story."Duiing FOR GOVERNOR : are about assuming the responsibility of framingthe i which is one half as much as the white population length he was in sight of the strongest for.

cJ"r.iu.Chief, was issued to the Army, complimenting the Firrida campaign, a certain young Gen. THOMAS BROWN. Pacific States. We have no fears for the issue of the United States. Add that I tified city in the Western world. Th'e

; Colonel Taylor and his officers officer after receiving his commission, was!'! ordered if the arena of the high debate is the assemblies I population to our union, and Mexico wouldof Mei.

(for their gallantry: and tendering them the to join the army in that quarter. His first FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN CONURES : of the people and their representative halls. one-third of the votes for all icans were expecting him, and' had prepared

thanks of the Piesident.( This official acknowledgement duty was, of course, to report himself to General lion E. C. CABELL. The extension over the continent beyond the Rio course give themselves to give him a fierce welcome.

Taylor's bravery was followed Taylor. After a very tedious journey, however FOR ELECTORS 4 Grande of (the Ordinance of I 17S7 is an object too the offices of our government. Onethirdof dark hour I
: was a immediately before
through the woods, our officer arrived at a small high and paramount to he baffled by Presidentialvetos. would be Mexican one-third I this
ih of December, 1837, by a Congress -
shanty, called a tavern, about fifty miles from Gencral JACKSON MORTON, All (that we ask of (the highest officer terrible battle. Gen. Taylor counselledwith j
CflflhI1ij'ioii of Brevet. Brigadier General, of the for President would be Mexican
.. bead quarters, where he thought proper to stay' Of West Florida. UNDER THE CONSTITUTION is to hold his hand, voters i his officers ; and he laid down
for dist'mznislted services at the battle of three ddTh're were only two visitors there i Col. A. G. SEMMES, Alternate. to bow to the will of the people as promulgated ; and one-third of the interest in all that I

O\! ( ccllObee'" lie was, at the same time besides: himself. One of them, an oldish, shabby Colonel SAMUEL SPENCER in legislative forms, and restrain the executive action would receive be night as he had done every night for t"0

Ordered to lake; up his: position at Foil" looking man, with a black hat, minus palt of the Of Middle Florida. IN ITS APPROPRIATE CHANNELS. Give usa political questions or op. long years, without any house lo corer him I

.. : ; an'l I "f give an anecdote of him crown, and a piece of (nine for a ribband, was honest administration of the government, posed by Mexican influence. Now, it is from the weather. He woke

while st.iti inned I heie, lint is as amusing. very inquisitive, and, among other things! askedour GEORGE. CALL, Jr., Alternate. and an end to all cabals of a Cabinet-ALL IN- well known that the policy of the Mexican up and pre. I

;it 1 is (:h.lrac.tcbtir-; : i ofliccr what excuse he intended to make for Colonel JOHN H. McINTOSH, nRt'FUENc.rom the While House, DESIGNED in reference is pared for storming the city of. Monterey.All '
.. Tlii'fl -mrr-il liail a fitoritc horse, which he Ins delay. in repotting himself to the General. Of East Florida. TO SWAY OH THWARTTHE ACTIONOFTHE AMERICAN government slavery, just that day, and part of the night, the sol

"*1\1..1'\ I ChvlinV I a v.-iy li.iu animal, and much Oh,' said the officer, they say Taylor is a PEOPLE. If such simplicity and integI such as the abolitionists would desire. The diers fought desperately. The '

.iil4fi; ,\l let Jut 111 -k'r. Hut lie did not much vciy easy old soul, and I can easily make up an ------ -- I "l>ould! guide the administration of GeneralTa abolitionists and the Mexicans would go darknesi ,

liu\ tlii? iir.i-.N. ,'-.ruclftc'n luimshed the I troops. (''\cu.c: >.' On oing; to bed that night, the officerakrd Southern Literary Messenger. ; i he North and West would yield it a warm overshadowed them, and they stood by (thei," ;

Tie! G.'II"rt1| :I-,-.I t
; suUier-j, end; :N dill Cliivlunk, so f.11'.S theo old fellow, was ? Why,'' said the host, dont late ; in fact has regained .the oxcefence it In the above paragraph we find the Editor third of Congress being added to the vote of. The second day the of
yoU know General Taylor ? About an hour afterwards enemy. roar cannon
|":i was ('" .li '>raI: l, and they wore both equally the free States, slavery would first be abolished
\ the of horse's feet exhibited before the death of Mr. White. of the talking about
(1! iiiity. Tlitieiteralwas \'er.fond. of4horniny' at midnight, tramp a Signal interference the clashing of arms and the groans of

.fll''1 uiu.ty 'ori tll.lf Jo any tiling but a pleasant was heard" making quick tracks towards head- The work has always been a favorie with of executive patronage-interference from the in the District of Columbia, and then, the dying, (told that he work of death was

41 1i i.t. I He I xvii'iM I -tibjccl him i ,;vU'to t the suspicion quarters. the people of the South. White House, DESIGNED to or thwart by an easy vote two-thirds, the Constitution -
In sway going on all that until the
1840, General Tayloi, at his own request day sun hid his
.I. picking.: 'to i Hi;- I'icjtj'lice% of the soldiers;, ra-
would be amended forbid slavery
The main article in the nurrber is the action the American restrain so as to -
t!".'r tlu-i o.iI it, .viie-i not compelled to. -Find- was relieved by General Armistead, July a of people- face from the scene. The soldiers watchedthe

i'14; tint C'iui4k! understood that business: better and received a furlough, which he improved continuation of m able review of Eulwer's ing the executive action in its APPROPRIATE in any of the United States. A dissolution passing shadows of the night, and listening

ttnu lie dij, In would let him in the New Slates. His of the Union would be the
quietly loose visiting England Lucrelia," a novel wItch has net the channels, under the Constitution, and resting conse- each
to had
;4ini 'i.-t t llif '',It'1of t corn. Alter smelling gentlemanly deportment while an inmate of falling footstep, their arms
veryrjieliillv The Southern States would) forman
universal condemnation of the for Ihe in the the executive quence.
the! si.r.seioujuiinal' would commence the Maverick House at East Boston, is well press, discharge of functions.He drawn, and ready for the enemy The first

C-HWIU* .a hole in CHIC t that pleaded;: him. The lemcmbered by those who were there at the pernicious influence supposed to be exerted calls this an HONEST administration independent Republic-the Northern dawn of light on ihe third discovered .

t JtMiMMl "...11,1 ji.i'iently watch the mall U\'Te time with him, and they recall many complimentary l by its distorted pourtrayal of gross and unnatural the government, and tells Gen. Taylor, i States would be forced to combine and form the foe and fierce morning :
until he. si\v lint Cla\bink 1 : had made a choice, again, weie the
remaiks which he made alter his crime-a morbid conception of a if such and should a Republic ; and Mexico would regain her
tiitfiKMlliu.; IMS i.-rvjjit, lie would direct him to simplicity integrity guidehis flashes of the of
luv CI.I\'I&IIII: ,; '(.11,1(1! immediately, lor fear he solitary strolls through the Tremont city.- frightful combination of the woman and the administration, the section of countryin nationality. What then would become of eyes enraged warriors a
*il 'It t.ii. -'! would This"lS not Lewis Cass' style travelling. they renewed the terrible battle.; On, on
l'U ; \I..j t ; ho as I then
s.iy the and blood
fiend. expended con-
The article will be read with much which the
Signal circulates would be tie
mn.iIl"\ ;iemi' a hole in the hatake: out a For he had; Old Ironsides placed at'his disposition they pressed, determined to conquer or die.

fMit or, PI "t|'irorn! and make dish of hoiuiiiv and sailed about the !Meditcraneanat I int erest. apt to yield him a warm support. Now, quest of Mexico ? It would be impossiblefor On a sudden, the enemy's white .llig

The. trick was plated, for some f time, but at Uncle Sam's expense,' with his family The Messenger is now edited by JOHN friend and enemies suppose this letter had the Northern States to add) Mexico to was
list it t" seen passing along the American lines. Theft
kii'iwn that
'CJllle whenever Cl.nhank
,,1"11..1 I and a suite of uniformed young gentlemen, R. THOMPSON, Richmond, Va. been written to would these sentimentsand their Republic, and the Southern States
i; aw was be
whose conduct towards the gallant tars who (Ig of peace must respected, iiiougbtGeneral
Iheie! "I.f| the .fiitent became would suffer her to be joined on to the
i' a landing joke views contained in it, have metour lot
thus subservient "democrac" The battle
were to n The People's Candidate. Taylor. ceased. The
tliinnj tiiiwir. :Iij: ] it -* !
enjoyed by none more Southern of
pleasure seeker was, if we mistake not, so resented .decided approval or not ? they would Republic. Any man sense, .
li-'irtih thvt liv tin- subject' ol I it him: elf." \Ve see in the Charleston Mercury, of I message from the enemy was received.
On tin- l.Vli'if ' that an appealto arms was talked of. not, then arc a Federalist of the can plainly see, that all of these results
; 1833
General Jes-
i the loth inst., a call for a public meeting of you very General Taylor consulted with his General:
llt'tthe) t command of General Taylor was too valuable a man would he likely to follow, as soon as we had
lip the Army worst orler. You believe in the one man
the of Charleston favorable, Elis found
Democracy to army supplies were lo be fright-
be lemain idle and he
if Floii.f.i to peimitted to was "
la who ahandon1 the
: Taylor, "swallowed whole of Mexico. And
1 the , nf matching columns I through appointed to the command of the first Mili- the election of ZACHARY TAYLOR as President ]power. You are not worthy to receive the fully diminished. Several hundred of oar
Gen. Cass giavely tells us that "we
I lie SIV.MIIJIS, and commenced dividing Ihe mary Division, which includes the Southwestern of the United States. We doubt not advantages of a liberal constitutional go yet bravest troops lay gasping on the field of

<.ohI lit i5 into In jut:amy districts of I twenty frontier. Fort Jesup was for two that the call will be heartily responded to, vernment. You arc fit subjects of a King. might swallow the whole of Mexico without battle, and the camp was filled with disabled

miles, 'jiiare. In the centre of each, or at years furnishes his valuable head quarters, and the his chaplain moral and we have as little doubt that thousands You observe that the Editor of the Signal. being hurt by it." :and bleeding soldiers. There was no expectation -

the tufts eligible: point, a blockhouse was testimony as to Again, one of the principles of Mexican
has his mind all the time the Constitution. -
built character, for there was the place to study of independent Democrats will assist in the upon of immediate reinforcements or
.HIgariisonvil by twenty or thirty policy is the of the Church by the
men, :i jMit tJf them mounted. Thesevere I it. In garrison, away from civilization, men elevation to the Presidency of this distin- He never proposes any thing, thatis support supplies.! Santa Anna was said lo be on ho

arc seen in their true light goodor not be done in accordance with the state-a tax levied by law upon the
Vf every to property
to m. I.iily scouting expeditions, "ulthe guished soldier and incorruptible patriot. way to Monterey, with ttcenty thousand
officer in ctuinnand was held responsible bad trait manifesting itself, and the following piinriples of the Constitution. And would of citizens to raise an immense sum of money the flower of the Mexican

ilMi the !luiiiiii'icKs\ of his district contained plain statements are.. golden proofs. From every State we have glorious tidings have Gen. to that he wouldact for the support of the Church. The I troops army.
General ) two at Fort you Taylor say General Taylor wished lo be
Taylor was years Jeupas prepared to
<.io {",Iians. The General used to visit these of the prospects of old Buena Vista.A Roman Catholic influence of Mexico, added -
(the commander of IGCXJ men, many of whom in violation of the Constitution ? Suppose him Gen. Worth
give a warm reception.
lilockhotisc when | ast
expected keeping were among the worst of the, race; ill that fort, few Abolitionists in the Noith and West he had said I do of to the Roman Catholic influence of the
ih :-ir ;garrisons ut the al*>rt, and exhibiting approve your advised Gen. Taylor to accede to ihe Me-; ,
swearing was as common as plumes ; Ihe1) raised their voices, at first, to the tide
stay United Stales, would produce such hitler
.a; personal; which made the Indians Editorial, then would have said : Oh
mtiMge; moral sense seemed to demand an oath as a test of you can terms capitulation as modified bribe
iraul,; I him a< a charmed man. The following a gentleman. Tho chaplain who was with Gen. of his popularity, but their voices and themselves no, I can't vole for Gen. Taylor, for I'm contentions in the halls: of Congress as to American Generals. The stronghold of tin

anecdote illustrates this singular disre.ird l'dlur duung his whole command, and saw him are now loot beneath the overriding afraid he will not restrain his executive make us feel that our present abolition disturbances
l of tJ.lrc.r- under circumstances of the greatest' provocation, in the North was thus gained.
;; ;; Hood. It is a glorious sight, to witness how iexicH9
.' )io.ttata to ajvo ,... %>*>'-or lipartl an oath from hi. lil" lli, action in its appropriate! channels,' but will were of but little consequence in Mexican marched "II
. m-vrr .ne.c4hu'it Inc Hem noes onwards to thePresidential Army out. our
, .. mialtendfd, and, ;Amorally, when riding principles and practice in this respect are known gaiiantiy 01 6 interfere with the action of Congress comparison to this. Yet, how much Tie
whole chair. The old marched into the city where they
to the army. wily politician C confn-I army
-ut on iiii|" *ridiit 'Ijuiines-s, he kept a mile or two strict teetotaller. with a design lo I thwart I their measures.' sion, how much waste of time and
is lie
how In- G<'II. Taylor a coim- and wire were prepared to meet the combined fuice
ihea.1 "I'| liu f-cort. No matter many pullers of party stand, petrified .
.' about the old Genera] forms to Ihe customs of the army, and keeps' on His administration will not be an honestone. tion's money) and how much hostile .feelingis
c11.111"1'1" i'A\ling ,
] with astonishment and the Hood) roll of Santa Anna. General Taylor permitted
drank in see on. ,
his sideboard such liquors as are the. '
stirmed UK'iiH''iovn! that they would harm him, This is the way the Democrats produce! by the present abolition move-
ami ittfn, w h'-I\ uly armed parties could escape army ; but he pledges his officers only in cold l is the people-the people in their might, the Mexican mothers in :Monterey to huiytheir
would have talked. ments. Much would be the
water. At I he close of a parade,it is etiquette on Now, don't you despise greater:
.ittark, <;"--ralT4! >ior would trust himself alone, thai bear aloft and along the foitunes of old efec'lof little children, and their innocent love
\iJcr, .vine wile iredihng tree, ill close proxi. the part of tlc officers to call at head-quarters such low hypocritical trickery ? We should Roman Catholic discussions in the National
Zach and full free and Godspeed ly daughters who had been killed in the
and to (the commander-in-chief. It ; a warm
mitv \\ithi the eimy; and thus circumstanced, pay reset feel ashamed to belong to a who Congress. Do you think that Gen.
1i'* would cat In* 1; meal, and) if desirable, H: etiquette t on I the part. of t he commander to allow i you, brave old soldier," bursts from party were storming of the city 'T\a* a time ol general -
I officers to drink his health. It has been Gen. obliged to resort to no better Cass is altogether right when he that
; says
indulge in a ,'.'iiI! sli'ep. At the time the In- millions of bosoms in the land. His laurels arguments mourning in the beautiful city of the
Jmn were. m->-t troublesome to our troops, GenTal Tajloi's custom( for years, to pour out his glass of than, .thai the Editorial of the Signal met .we might swallow the whole of Mexico

"r ,lIlIfIIlu'.1| his determination t to go from cold water, and drink the health of his stall alone. were not found on the field of a disgraceful with Gen. without hurt it ?'* mountains. While General Taylor heart

roil King: tft 'l'4msIa; fay! which journey would When he assumed the command of Foil Jesup, surrender, and the good sword which he 'raylor's decided approval. Let I being by swelled with sorrow for the brave young

tike In Hi IhMiijh nearly one hundred miles ol he found intemperance to be the prevailing sin. the argument stand. \Ve agree with Gen. I Besides all this the Mexicans are repre- men for whom our had to ;
1 htMtilf The jaunt considered Whipping, imprisonment and fines had b.en ex- drew thirty-five years ago, in the desperateand i sented the country ,
country was by Taylor, and if it can be found the as being most ignorant, selfish,
ru'ry hojy ;i.a most( desperate adventure. The I hau, ,ted. It was proposed to attempt to reform bloody defence of Fort Hariison, i is : his eye glistened with a pleasingly sorrowful ;

iii' rnui5 g i"i; --tam t in:; tam, when I the General' the men. Gen. Taylor gave the chaplain his still unbroken and its steel as sound and: Constitution, as the Signal says, that slavery blood-thirsty nation of illegitimate people tear, to think how many innocent lives he
: r.iinjiaiiions; : Major I'liss* and a young I warm co-operation} by authority and example. A can be excluded from the new territory that you can well imagine-a sort of impure had :
saved in full
chunac seen at once; and in less than two bright as the soul of the veteran who I a city already of wailing
11"UIt'II""t h- to look around lor Ihe was I
:;in wistfully : in spite of the executive action having mixture of Spanish and Indian blood. Now.
1'1".11".111I.| (if lh, c9 ort. In due lime, six draKwiTis tears, more than COO reformed men inarched in wields it. and lamentation.The .

m all $sa-lllr! l and bridled, made their ap- iwoce.siol with badges and banners. Some of I filled its appropriate channels," then we ask you, is it possible to mix a pint of country soon heard the news, and

jM'arancc. There wa< a force to meet several them who. joined the army because of their in- We have been referring to dates, and find we say let the territory be free. Gen. Taylor muddy, filthy water, with a quart of pure, our thanks and of Geum. and
obtained their t pra'nes Taylor
hoiiodiid ild ::;,-v-mi'iole who fill'up] ,ika'i temperance through
t ; w n;
J corner bi--f\ ceti Fort Kin;. and Tampa every' Bay (;(.". Tajlor, and returned home lo (their families that, at the time Gen. Cuss was sailing is too shrewd a man, to be caught in clear water, without making the whole his army, were uttered with gushing hearts

7VH!*T J.OIIKlicMlat: iou, one of I he Generals fnc..d) ; >ljfi. rnc-n. Some of them are in good businessi about in the Mediterranean, on board a national any trap, set by an abolition Editor.If filthy ? The same result would follow the and eyes bedewed with tears. The swelling

*.u ;t--l'-d the fsei'it was not sullicientlyrlrosi. a I JJ' "tonat this time. it can be shown that he mixture of Mexico with the United States
: with select of friends decidedly
., vessel a approves -
: .;, a'id Ill-it' .I re>|Uisilioi: should be made for ( e11. Taylor is a ft lend to the Sabbath and to party I. wave of praise and thanks rolled over the I
-i re.t''r' force. The Oent-ral examined the ap- pn'ilic r \\ip.: You cannot jude men stverley all at the Govrinmcnt expense, visiting of the provisions of the Ordinanceof i Do you like the idea of swallowing such i hearts of the American people, until it I

1'.r.uH.o' of i)hn. -iv dr,,;;")"" --, attentively, for who are in I the hand of committee, as Gen. Tay- Greece, Egypt, Palestine, &c. (el. Taylor, 1787, then the great body of slavehol putrid mass ? Yet, (pn. Cass, the democratic reached the Federal City and there it
his from !Mex ;
loi New Orleans return
ati-l! then remarked, iTthe t number was at
was ders in the physician thinks that .could
not sullici'-nt: tv\o in"rc mziiimt b<* added! to it." I ico. My such a rule J Q. Adams, Mr. Webster, with a select parly" of soldiers, was traveling Mississippi territory must keep you found a re.uly response iiithe ht'art.of those :

The general: orders issued from the \Var and others must beset down as enemies to the through Ihe everglades of Florida, him good company ; for when a territorial swallow the whole without being hurt by- true American patriots, Archer,

Department, in November, 1839, announced I they Sabbath had; a no single control act,,over must which weigh, as more public than men a, fighting the Indians. 1 it not a shame to government was established over the Mississippi it." Shut your eyes and gulp it down. Badger, Benton, Berrien, Butler llessr Calhoun,

that; General Taylor' by the zealous and loni; lile. It is a common thing for officers in the make : President out of old Rough and territory, April 7ih, 1798, the 6th Chalmers, Cilley, John M. Clayton, Thos.

intelligent: discharge of his duties, having lo take exercise on the Sabbath by walking section of that article reads follows SITTING SICK.
army 'Ready, the Indian hunter, in preference Jo as : UP WITH TUB -In Ohio, Corwin
ivrn N.iii*>lHciion to the Department, he whole Clayton, Crillenden, Davis, D.JJ-
public worship. Duringtiie
<;r iidmgaller the SEC-. And be it further enacted, That from it is, that when a Democrat is heard of whois
and Mr. Cass?
will continue ill command. During another time he was at Foil Josup, t the chaplain says he courtly polished -orful. and! after the establishment of said ton, Evans, Fairfield, Greene, Houston, I
year he continued 10 carry out his system never saw General Taylor riding for exercise, nor We doubt, if Louis Phillippe was on the the people of the aforesaid territory,government shall be entitled disposed to bolt on Cass, an office-holder Huntingdon, Jarnigan, Johnson of 3IJ-,

of warfare, by means of which many so much as walking before his quarters. He regarded French throne, if he would receive a Minister to and enjoy all and singular the riglls, is sent lo attend to him, or as thc call it Johnson of La. Miller lore- :
the Sabbith as essential to good order and ) Mangum, ,
niiiall paities; were captured or voluntarilysurrendered. his from old Zach, after using his friend privileges and advantages granted to the peopleof ."sitting up with the sick !"
and he threw the force ol head Soulf
Vet as! the number of the morals, example the territory: of the United Stales northwest Pierce, Rusk, Simmons, ,
fully in its ':W( He was regular and devout at Lewis so badly. lite river Ohio, in and the This sickness is spreading so rapidly in Wood-
vavndiminished;; the vindictive cruelty of of by aforesaid Ordinance Speight, Upham, "Webster and I
ihe biirvivors! increased. Fathers were shot worship. Whenever I chaplain preached, of the 13th day of July, 17S7, in as full some States that there are not well Demo- much
whoever else) was absent, Gen. Taylor was in his GKNERAL CASS FEni.nAI.Isr.-Who i bridge-33. But alas it was too
A and ample a manner as the
same are
the of their families the heads
in prehence : crats enough to nurse the invalids.
1.locP. by the the said praise for those groundlings of party spirit, I
people of last
General enjoyed men
of illf..ullJ4 le dasliR'l against stones before How different would be the testimony of was Cass's father ? and who was "
tioned territory. -See Laws of the U. S.
their mother, :*, tlIC.white flag enticed the chaplains who were stationed in the General Cass himself until he was grown to and executive smiles, Messrs. Allen, Ashby,

victims into ambush, and incendiary fires .Halls of the Montezuma duiing the be a iinn ? A black cockade Federalist Listen to the following clause of the pre- Letter. from Gen. Taylor. Atchison, Atherton, Bagby, Breeze, Bright, '

..ihlcdtllt: yelling'' barbarians in their fiendish Governorship of General Butler, the Loco amble to the resolutions recently adoptedby The subjoined letter from Gen. Taylor, CASS, Dix, Hanuogao, Niles, Sevier, Sturgeon I

dr"Iloe| : The boldest hearts became Foco candidate for ihe Vice Presidency, if Whg papers. .The ]Independent Peoples' Convention to the Hon. James Iredell, chairman of the Turney and Yulee-15. These men I

(tli.cour.eI: !, and one who served there may called lo state how lie observed the ""What if he was a Federalist? I was ratification held
upon of Ohio : meeting, in Raleigh, N. C., would the CHCIUgiven I II
If permitted ii) g lJ'. that as an officer went I Sabbath If the correspondent of the New an honorable party in those days."-Democratic ; respond THREE
And whereas, the Convention itself on the Oth tilt., is in answer to a communi-
styling and
iilioul at time heath l1apers.'Vhat Democratic assembled at Baltimore
lagged sco n IK, he resembled a bandit chief letters have a truthful on the 22d cation, enclosing the resolutions adopted at 'his Oh Gen. CASS could.not
"Chapparal's" repu- no
: then becomes of all the abuse the day of May, ISIS, nominated for the Presidency army.
more than. a defender of a civilized country. : tation,) the would-be Vice President, while Lewis Cass, whose recent ardent friendship that meeting. This is the first letter from thank the Hero of Monterey, without this
.. The r-irs, over his head) were the of violated Democrats have heaped upon ihe Whigs ant I
Coinmander-in-Chief our army, for the Wilmot Proviso, suddenly been con- under the old Hero's own hand, that we herein -

.utar of heaven, the only stripes were lacerated !I God's holy law by ; attending i horse race on for )'ear past, because there happened to \rtfd into decided hostility, BY PRESIDENTIAL i have seen, since his nomination, and is, censure : Provided, That nothing !
feet, by wading; swamps and saw-pal- Sunday, and sank his official dignity by be some few federalists in the Wing party ? ASPIRATIONS; and the Convention, styling itself contained shall be construed into an approbation -
hammocks and the sound which Whig, assembled at the 7th of therefore, the first positive intimation of his I
rueitn only countenancing by his presence a parly of the federalists were so honorable the Philadelphia on of the terms of the capitulation

welcomed: him home after his toils, was the ?amblcrs. This gross act of immorality is I JunE. 1848- nominated for the Presidency Zach- acceptance : of Monterey." Had we been Gen. Talr, '
vulgar abuse of the inexperienced." Fifteen chronicled in the following extract, whichwe Democratic papers must have been very ary Taylor, a large sla"tholJe of the extreme
BATON IlorcE La. June "Wo
hundred and! furiy-niac gallant spins pas- commend to the particular attention of dishonorable in vilifying them. But if the Soutl who has NEVER AVOWED A SENTIMENT 21S. I we should have indignantly said :
SIR I have the honor
-Major Bliss is the son Captain John Bliss, those enemies of Henry Clay, who pursua- Democratic papers thus confess their for- but from his position, circumstances, habits, and; receipt of a copy of the resolutions tank you, gentlemen, to keep yow taD

,,'ho. with his wifewere natives olTLebanon, New I Jed many good Christians not to give him mer dishonorable lies, what confidence can associations, mut be presumed to be favorable to. adopted, on the 9th inst., by a meeting of to yourselves." Where was the necessity

Hampshire, hut moved to Whitehall, New York, their votes, because, as. they asserted, in them now ? How do know its extension. myfellow-citizens ol Raleigh, ratifying of giving the thanks at al? Congress wai
you put you my
before the UB war, where W. \V. S.: Bliss board of a Mississippi

he on
just once played poker You will find the
extract in the nomination for the the Gen.Taj
Presidency, by Na- not called to Martial
it he upon
through have
was horn. After serving went to the Lord's day. whether they gotten over their disposition -
the buildin of fortifications steamer on Ohio Slate Journal of the tional \Vhig Convention. Why
Mobile Point, to superintend u There row at the race course tell lies ? Weekly 28th of lor, nor was it the, proper tribunal.
regular to
where he bhortly flfter died. His widow i \3 I. I beg that will to fellow-
out there, and June. Now, seems that the "free soil you convey my GC-
; were did
returned lo l"'-'bifoo, where her greatest care was on Sunday. Many persons i citizens of Raleigh acknow- they not make some proviso abut

10 watch the nodding of the mind of her only sons among them the General-in-Chief. There was A large number of the Illinois Volunteers partisans were far from being satisfied for this my grateful Pillow and his Leonidas letter? No,felo.-
ledgments distinguished mark of
and to train him for futute usefulness In the some 'foul riding jockeying, which caused many
fall after he wa fourteen years of age, he went to fights and bloody noses. A party of gamblers I served under General Taylor during the with Gen. Taylor's letter to the Editor of their confidence-and assure them that I citizens, the President and his gruun-JIiuS1

West Point, ",where) in due time, he graduated, made a race, and entered a fine horse, which was late war, and two Illinois Regiments stood the Signal. Why is such a difference shall feel proud of the support of men, who knew that Gen. Tayloryas \Vhig, and ia
i I
and has since: l, rome distinguished in the service the favorite with everybody, and everybody tried him in the terrible at Buena Vista. made between the of the are governed by such a spirit of moderationin ibat
of hit country. lie was ever his mother's pride to bet on him-some going as high as five to one by fight understandings their political that manifestedin a spirit of mean envy, they were afraid !
and hf delighted to honor her. as all truly noble We understand the word now people of Ohio, and the of Florida. opinions, as buried (
men do But hid last visit, covered with glory -but the favorite didn't win, and the jockeyingwas passes along people the resolutions before me. the Hero of Monterey would be ,1 ,

won in Mexico, proved the cause of her death.It .- so palpable that a row was commenced at among these Volunteers, Boys, tho old The people of Ohio are not deceived as to For yourself, sir, be pleased to accept the your hearts, countrymen.

was an event which the had anticipated with a once. The stand Rave way whileGen. Butler was Horse and d-n Gen. Taylor's position the of of and kindest
never was whipped yet on subject assurances my high esteem
great deal of pleasure, and she Bank under the excitement upon It, hut fortunately no one was saiouslyhurf.
it occasioned. Of Major Bliss, as General ." politics, he bhan't be beat now." The West slavery and is it possible that the people of wishes. I am, sir, your obedient servant, Marble of fine quality has been quarried.

master Taylor, like favorite mail" aid, it may be said-" Like [TO In; CONTINUtU: .J will give the I old Horse" an awful vote. Florida are .o weak minded, as to believe lion .J. Iredell, Raleigh. C 7.. TAYLOR. in Floyd county, near the Coosa, Geor&ll'






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on Slavcrj-. [For the Commercial Advertiser ] Principles Candidate
Flllmore Cass
Mr. -Questions and post, called Fort Harrison located : -- .
Answers. on And thus they proceeded with the business
'hc following the left bank of I
the Wabash
copy a few miles (for several hours when
u'e Q. Are in favor ; suddenly the shrill
of Protection
you 1
speech as given by tbe I notice that the Central Democr.itic above Terre Haute, Indiana. small voice of Judge D. was heard saying,

Journal," a Florida Locofoco paper. Committee, in response lo the IJaltimoie, A. That depends upon "circumstances." The garrison consited of some fifty men, U Gentlemen, this cause is rapidly getting

cf8\ find it in the "Journal" of JulyiV'lS nomination contend that Q. What is! your opinion concerning the .: of whom; only sixteen were capable of doing into a dreadful pickle It is indeed a sour
the Resolutions
'on ?.ill, Public Lands 1 duly, the residue being prostrated by sick affair the Court hears nothing hut pickle
follO9 : passed by that Convention were as conclusive ness. The post was attacked. by over 400 pickle Peter Pickle and Michael Pickle
A. I shall write THE subscriber
no letters !
* unreasonable more political respectfully
' Fi1lmlr said : It was not in the of Southern I savages, led by the prophet, and after a conflict Mr. Sheriff informs the citi
..}fr, and protection rights as bring me another pitcher of zens of Apalachicola that he
lIIeIDorlal should be printed. pre- Q. Are you (for or against the Wilmotj of six hours, the to re-com
1:*jrmoi the documents ot the House. He those were, adopted by the Madison Con- savages were repulsed. water from that same cool springSum! mence giving Music Lessons, (for the winner
j i Proviso 1 For his gallantry good conduct. and months
ler (Ala. )
"** Snoot unequivocally xov AND FOR. vention. ) Whig. commencing on Monday. 3d July. '
** on his part TO INTERFERE j A. See my letters on both sides success in repulsing; the enemy Captain ---- Those desirous taking lessons nn the follow.
sp: i any desire or trial icon ImntJ the Now if J recollect night, the Delegate Are harbor and Taylor was breveted to a majority, by James ---- -' -- -- -- -- -- ing instruments Spanish Guitar, Hate, Violin

tff* THt RJGHTS.tiie citaens of other Slatfg.rJLoFE from this city embodied his instiuctions I I Q. river improvementsconstitutional Madison immediately after ihe receipt of COMMERCIAL. (Tenor or Alto Violin) Violincello, "QuId do

Jv (If : ie, conceived as a citizen of I 11 the intelligence at Washington. u _. ______ ________ __ ____ well to apply soon, as they can have the privi
dId thl, from the Madison Convention "
be \c.'w York, and a member of this 'l.'crbatim"I I I A. The tlOISC and confusion" prevents For his brilliant victory over the savages Chamber of Commerce of Apa- lege selecting: the hours"which may suit then

.11I"tatt'' of. interested in the claim to property I in a resolution which he ofrcr before the : (from at Okccchobee in Florida President Van lac kicola. convenience. Music furm'hed, required,at $2
\*' i my answer being heard. per termextra for
bi ot Columbia He CHARLES ROGERS President. any of the above instruments
the District Convention, and that resolution i Buren conferred Col.
was. at on Taylor, the brevet N. 1 .
j r.Jn *1tblO which was produced in the 'I The Democrat who is not sitisfied with I A. N. iMcKAY, Vice President. Punctual attendance i is requisite, as no .
",erred to the'vertisements effect in the papers of this once, and by a great majority rrjeclcd. t the above I luminous of the rank of Brigadier General. CHARLES PRATT Sec and Treas. reduction will be made lor non-attendance except

'" tti t'tte\ with the purchase ai.d I trai.s- Now how this is made out to be a courteous : exposition political For his splendid victories obtained over Committee on Appeals: through protracted sickness.
,tr. connecter The people of that section i views of candidate Cass is most un- the Mexican forces, at Palo Alto and! Resaca BKNJ.:: SALTER WM. A. KAIN: For sale, extra quality of tip'd Flutes and No

.'-rtatioti cfs1ave.: 1tt'IJe\'fd- slaHr] Y to be improperfhc concurrence" in the views! of Ihe Florid.i: :.: I ieason.ible, and only fit to vote fur General ole h Palma. Brevet Brigadier Gen. Taylor J. DAY, I D. G. RANET.D. : 4,5 and Guitar Strings.

: ronnti?' not b ,tolerated. This, was alit Democracy" is not in my CliPstctfHd." ,I i Ta'lor. was promoted to the rank of Major \\ II. Yon.Nc, TERMS-$1O for eight weeks cf two leisoos
should' each week the
course to close
.d that General.Of I. 25th August.
I'on.' and I would like to t'e enlightened on this i Committee on Arbitration : Application at ofSre
natIOnal in
eat see that Ir. Fillmore says he new aspect of pro ressive" haimony. It I :MR. IlniTon :-A good story is told of his matchless achievements! at Monterey :1:>. J. DAT, SAML. CASSIA, my T. UNDERWOOD.Uallzcll'> Building..

,'ou and ]Buena Vista, the world has spoken WM.: G. PORTER, I 11. G. GUYON, Apatachicoia June
opposed to interfering reminds much the ilumo of of
unequiVOCally me very of a cordial I con- inajur one our principal;
and his
* countrymen in consideration of W. \V. SIMS, I. M. WRIGHT, A large lot of Instruction .Books for the above
A the Bights or slate rrIeTl1f other currence" I once before knew brongh: about.A hotels. The other clay he was wandering in his gallantry, modesty, humanity talents T. L. IV ITCHEL. instruments for ale.

: BOTH__ .."'?..." *%n FOREVER.- This is friend of mine, who, being fund of convivial j!!: Dieamlnnd; and in his peregrinations en- and irreproachable private character have --- ----------------- --..------------ -----

':tat Doctrine. nmc and jortt"fr, ami of course! I society, stopped uher long ill the i i ('IHlnlelt:" a hostile Greek. The major the resolved place That him in the first office of. COTTON STATEMENT. |I Last THE Houe To! lately Let.known as tbl. ,Dew

1 be the' safest man that ('uld be festive board, to the discomfort of his bet icr : also \being a Greek, then came the tug of his election demagogues will oppose _year." ;;; Drop." Possession given immediately
f ,,oold we arc awaie, but the mas- Stock: on hidSC11S47..57S; 938 I II Inquire of
'5!,blv be placed as Speaker of the Senate, half, at home. One night, about. a couple I. war"-an awful fight ensued, in the course ses regarding General Taylor as a patriot Received" past week. .... ... 73 I May ) I. WM.49

OD tillS questiOIl ; for if there! wcre tnJ' o'clock, (as the Doctor would say,) a sable of which the major's antagonist, in trying to will overwhelm them with disgrace. previously.w. 'rotal.-.... .119307 1204.38i 107049

: 10 interfere with the lighls or messenger introduced his head with Mas- CO1IIC Georgia over him," missed his [Jour. Com. Exported past week .. ..... .. 14GO Prospectus.
f,vfment .... .... The Democratic
operty Of the citizens of other States," lie sa -, Missus oncasy 'bout you." Massa lick," and got his t thumb into his mouth From the Charleston Courier. previously.Total.-116971 118430 101201( I propose io publish in Party the city of Franklin of: Apalachi'roh County

], ww-aDd forever" will be, c/y>oW to was just about striking the chorus of instead of his eve. The major bit vigorously LATEST FROM: EUROPE. On hand and 20281/ after the first day of August next a newspaper*
on shipboard notcleared
I snch measures. The Democrats, howet. We'll, not go home till morning," but his -he fell that he was inflicting severe The British sleamer Caledonia reached --- 2S43 I during the Presidential canvas, that will advo- -
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ol-ject to the concluding sentences. companions struck up an upioauous l.mzh.Mv :: I pain upon his antagonist, and expected every Boston at two o'clock on Sunday motning EXPORTS OF COTTON----FROM- ---AFALACHICOLA----- cate nominees for the of the Presidency Baltimore and Convention Vice: Presidency, 43.well the

:T. Fillmore. according to them should wail friend's countenance lotifred. and; wilh moment' in hoar him ciy "enough." But from Liverpool, having left on the 24th nil. Commencing 1st September, 1847-and same as the nominees of the Democratic State Convention -

\I bve SIIJ: 'hat Hte W's? ffr/.;" of the concentr.ted dignity which three he wouldn't "holler." Some humane persons The news is of much importance, politically time in 184G. advocate, and fll that l the will principles in all discussions of strictly, au

Disbelieved) slavery to be irnpioper/ bottles! of wine can impart lo the human passing' Ii)', and hearing the !scuffle, and the advices furnished to the |I Past irrevi-l ,I Last The Democracy of this County Democracy., and c-f West
.Ihat II should not be tolerated." I ] fare divine," said .' Boy, It'n'c.-jf'lIllc- fortunately! came to the rescue in lime to New York Courier, at the latest possible .wet'k.|ou ly. st>a on Florida genn-rahlyliave labored under the Inconvenience -
a Liverpool... .... .. .. .
3S7 of
: .4033S: j .2'5920 beinij without
DUilba| ,'e made no npology for the vxenKso'hisconMitueuts 1IC'n. I will see to it (hat this iiitcirupiion pi event I the! major fioin biting hit own thumb moment previous to the departure of the I!a vre. .... .. .. .*.. i'...1460I'.... ...*{I.. *..')| *..2j1jIanlz. the important elections of the a public State print in all

Conf :'\ .. .. .... .... ..I'...... I .... .. .... ; and have
in ;pciitioninq tcrrr occurs again; 1 will lay down the law riff! I He I eliinp t to it like grim Death to steamer, and which we insert below, shewsa i .1.. '' ( had the mortification of knowing that when
Trieste.. .. .. .... ....1.j .... 37&;. .3730,. .22S<) a
on such 3' subject. lie) should nol in this matter t and have it umleiMood 1 am an expiring African," and) it was 0111)by! the stale of things in France the result of t'I, .... ... .. .. '. .. .. ., .... ', ... ....,.J" falsehood had been circulated) they have had no

[ie sai'l' that if I vva: a <:reat national qu>''- 'fit to lakE> rare of melf.: ." The convixialiu exercise of right smait" 'lever power, that wiiich will I be looked) for wilh the most intense Other ports. ...., ....1.'j-. ....,-. .39-14''_. .8944,,.-: correction medium through; and deeming which they al..o might that the luck contest for a
Total) For. Port .
n"-a question( that had so oflm bern \\:1" knocked light out "if the compnny by the thumb was extiicated from his vice-like interest. to .1364) .465 2.4SO)2..3ti:>!I bid fair to be well contested &n both sides and
New york. ... .....1---1-) r that fair and
ussed in Cuiijrc, : as tf) nnke it a prra/ I ihi solemn speech, and all\ wt nt home to jaws. Q. The commercial accounts are more (a- Ro.--ton ... .. ... .. ..':. ,...' .22370-.22370.13866: file! to the central discussion will be accepta
and that had wasted so much of> the hiood over the awful I crisis in th" domestic! ----- vorable, and indications are that Provident .. ....;, .... i' .631} .63-16.'..7003 lic, and we the thrust upon generous: pub
apparent. particularly
S : (cu. Cass and the Irish. PhiUdelphid. .. ... .I.I ....". ..939 ..939L..667! Deii.bcracy'of tl.ii State
-x and talenT ol (the nation as to make irone. atr: irs of our brother. Next day: we were A of the t the worst has passed, and that future advices Bdltnnore. ... ....j. ....i.| .l 130.HsOJ..2660, THK STAR OF THE WEST," asking their generous .
cturespondent Philadelphia
.nfl2l The abolition\ oMn\m,' in I all anxious to hear the result I will probably show :New Orleans.. ... .I. .... .: .19S9..193Jj.13564, ; support.
an in
I met unInrtid I. News, wniing from Washington, charges improvement O t I It>r port:;;.... . .. ,!I'0'| .55 I''t..3012: "TjiE STAK OF THE WEST" will be ucdej

:ii) ..mrt of Columbia has (been :a ::,rt'lt. |! ou the slieet u ches! edeiv* tie at l*\ upon (;f'II. Ca<=s the defeat of the Irish Jleliel trade, which we' fondly hope may be the Totjl Coastwise.. .1-1---....'..7O'U .t';..701511 I the Editorial charge of a committee to be ap

1.11" ot"l: the leading i national; fjin
"".II it; 'f'ar past. Mr. Fillmure, !".ri(! ln.; mind did) not seem lo be on i lie Mibjectof Oil Saturday. February; 2--; early in I the Iatc'oot! Xcws.I5V _n ____ sembly this State and a review fof the act cf
heie he caino fioni. so the last ilctiouenifnt I TEUIGACm PKOM: LONDON:: TO ltVFRI'OOL.LJPUHTAST RECEIPTS FROM: THE INTERIOR. its most prominent membersIt will
night's I be
}.i t the people ; at at! I e- day, :\l r. 'riltenden of Kentucky. 1110\1"1110 I issuedat
ir iflfrtd, 11. a tld (lint was part of the The latest three copies for Two Dollars
intelligence theCalednnias ; ; seven copies
taeti'iidtred to ( onpesc (or tin art olrousttnents. no l.t' nianemit disagreement, I had!! arisen in l up and passed! at that t time, it would have brought by EXPORTS.: for Four Dollars ; ten copies for Five Dollars! ,

You dctt'i doubt! thai his f.nnily.; .. Disagreement !" said he, probably passed the House for this would regular; mail, as will be seen, LI V CR POOL-Per ship: Kcb't FuIton-1160( and any number over the above at the same rates3 -
h have: given: ill\\'o days more in the I House was from Paris lo Thursday, when theie bites cotton. :: Persons receiving this Prr.spectusTill
lnrii has the n;ht of abcli-lim<; lavnyitii none in the world-we have lIe\\.1 most whirli! .
< was tl) have adjourned the please subscriber
on m follow\ was a good deal of apprehension of an out --- procure and receipt for u.*, and
: State. You !say at once ilinthe) ) /pci Art concurrence i in opinion." Then," i Wednesday.. But .lames K. Polk had return the same addressed to

You \know i that ('ongrr: ainur. tmkts '-a\ s I we are going to have lejjtilar,, i thieatened to vein the bill. and therefore l break. By our telegraphic despatch, which MARINE; INTELLIGENCE.. R. J. FLOYD &. Co..
Lewis ( was sent from London to July 6, 1545. Fa.
ass was foiced either to betray the Liverpool at the ---- Apalirhicoh,
I ihr t.m I lhat. jjovein the people ill the and outer of burst to-night and 1 -
suppose I I Irish, whom he had promi:"rd only I the iI.iyetftt I latest' moment exclusively for the Courier J'ORT J OF) APALAC11ICOLA . .. July 22. Notice.
is the Jji4tine -
'fit' oi Columbia. Congress I .\cu will join us. as yon luetiiled i I matters I l I lo stippoit.I or lie must!': desert his and,! Enquirer, and which we give below, it ; CAPT. BENJ. HOWARD is my authorized:

| .t1hc PiMiict\ oi Columbia and "o ", .,!B!." :-\0. I believe not," s.tul lit,. parl; -. He rlios** I to bet riy the I Irish and! will be seen that the worst ARRIVED.Steamer during my absence from the Stat .

wrt *o tieartv: ie!'einlls the power ofi I )Ii\'p ngrctnot u) go out again, at night, I therefore, though in Iris seat (of which t there h apprehensions Quincy, Allen fm Chattahoochce.CLEARED. JOHN W. BABCOCK
i ?*, den. it has; bt.'ti a nice |potHic.I. after thU.; i is pU-nty of "rOil f.) lie did not vote at all ; been reilized.LOM Apalachicola, June 1, 1545.

l but every Dt'monal pi < sent, (with the exception : >OV, Saturday; June 21, ]12::! o'clock) ,
>Ion' null aide politician to .It'ci.I.i ] So I sit/J11u1C tin Dfinoci.ifir i ; a:1 Cl'IIUllt: ol Mr. \\' -If'OIl,) seemjj. as they. :M.-The following i important/ i intelligence July 22-ShipRob't. Fulton. Wade, for Liverpool Notice.

\\lt't ('..iiir'sS! ; has the lijht: to abolish! means that: the Florida Dctuonnjs aie to m must that\ he ilil: not wish it 10i\ lakfii up.voted ;. I fro III Fiance is from the second edition of. :"by I :M Wright. COL. WM.absence H.trom HUGHES the State.13 my Agent during

"I,s in ihc District ol Culoitibu Tlu< k c"'p tin ir Madi 1 <;on Rcstilui! til Lntno ) 1111," and! il \\ns lo-si; tt/l'llllI'! : Iill:1; <1 I diP :Morning Chronicle : LIST OF VESSELS IX PORT. HENRY G. GUYON

itut iu tttt'lf' n a peat i natioiid! 'iue' tori.4f :lId f1S1 stir out with them. L. I Insf arfl! etllf'''. I was: in the calJ'r\:; | at the I P uU". Friday.The. struggle IDS commenced BARQCES. Apalachicola :May 25, 15-13. -
--- -- ---- -- I t limeind, fell' iiidignnnl at ili. skiilUin? "f( in Paris. Tho. troops of il h1. l in. I Robert "'all. "Johnson. 491 ion_ for 1 i...rf'ovl.
(G.-JI.; ( ', It The and the National! Guard are fighting with' loading-.viarter. SBENEZET is mv' authorized Agent durzcg
\ ; dodging.
ti i HI1IJfrf'\.l'c1irorlthe IVnsaiu. I"' w-is cowardly ; from the State.
l,1"I nI.rriT., I.. ;uhf'tli'cd in I 114k4t (jZt'ltc'h lrf>r the t'ommsietaldvcru-er. j I lull. :Iii : I t the House until 1 fully > awful I sacrifice ol life. Every i thing is in Extraordinary,- I
Moinlaj. .un U ti- Apalachicola
i ) July 8, 1545.
'I <' '. l III. ili/ Lud;:e of Odd I'eltosc. ;Ml.KIMTOK :-- The. Demoeialir p"I"'r contusion.LONDON .
ti,'" in ehatpinz:: the lailure. of that Lillio! great; TIJE
I L t I\lII"? abl"nd"IJitll! a -'\nu a \\ "mall ID ili,- Sttulh, rre down upon1r.: ] Van I'tiren ( ;Jcti. ( ts ll'id I I lie voted for( it on thntirraifin. I half-past 1 o'c\ck.-\\'e\ have MARRIED. P W. CULLEN ia my authorized Agent ds-
:Jf'I'I;tir ;md it wonid; I 1:1\:: e teen !":tfl'. I He hop j just received no:ice I that t there is no mail ring my absence frotn the State.M .

.r. :' I lie I I Ii t. been exj I ui Iril fiotii i ilij. .- damning sin, iti his letter fo I the eli ira "on- -t|. \.;iiti Is. that nobodwould not ire whether fioin t Paris to-day in consequence of the PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION.BY June P. ELLIS
I he wax pirs'-nt or not, :and. only for I the i tots.: DR. A. M. MAURICEAU, Apalachicola, 16,1543.
t'titiou. And the graven IIf( I the elim rg. ---
t'l public show of the matter: he eared, nothing I 2 O'CLOCK. rT.OFESSOR OF DISEASES OF WOMEN. ( TIEXEZET
it is
now is, thai lie s has; I the PARIS, Friday, 5 o'clock, P. 31. It is Sixth Edition ISmo. my duly authorized Agent
1Fter iFw "ommprcld1 :4 dr'rirr.K I II fin the I lush whether I hey stat ved or not. pp. 250. Price $1. D. during my absence from the State.
Enron Our DClllucrjtic fri..ud light of 1 legislation over slavejy; ill the Ter. --------- j just lepoited hat the Executive Gorfrnment T'vVENTY-FIVE THOUSAND COPIES SOLD R. C. KERR.

It'ry i much troubled al>out the I'r"riplf's/ ritories." Now, in the name of consistency.did tiff.: Cass 1'ilMtic:: liis own Porkcts. have rciinncd, and that General Cavin'gnac, IN THREE MONTHS\ June 12: IS IS. 22-3t
Tin I Hon.1 Andiew! : Stewart, of Peiiitfuania. !1- h has been the of
: } placed at head! the armed Years of suffering of physical and mental .
n. TavLor. They *4 he ha ;Mr. Van Ii the anguish
say: none. not u ten say same thing has been swim
it seems ; fingering among forces! and has declared I'anis in a state of to affectionate
vwtins.I : \ The people of the United in 1638-did not the Whigs charge it on I the old documents to some pu rpose. On siege. many an wilerand pE'cuniarydifficulties SCOTCH Snuff in bladder, for sale by

!spared by a timely possession of this work.It .
.tke Democrats would have us 1/clnvr, for him then and want to hang him note for Kepiesentatives;, !' in which he made some t that, the usual expresses from Paris for the Boot and Shoe Making.
remmk'rfble developments.( The '\';lshiutnll ;:- London journals have not ai rived, and all is intended especially for the married or subscribers have entered into .
)K partner-
principles. f trite, this would a the game thing. In 1838 Mr. Van Binen THE
ronespnndcnt of the Baltimore Patriot we can obtain from the best sources, is a those contemplating; marriage as it discloses important in the above business, and respectfully
bit calamity. But, like\ most other said he believed Congress had power to gives the following synopsis! of some of Mr. repetition of the statement, that all communication 1 secrets which should be known to them solicit a share of public patronage. All work

nocntic charges, it ants foun.II'iou to legislate over slavery); in the Disnicl of Columbia I :JSiewart's statements, in rf' ;ltd to General is intercepted as in February put icu1arly. done by them will be neat and durable and their

DNtn. Gen. C.4s!.% official 1 conduct taken from public l last charges Conformity with the !tightness of the
Taylor I Iras fiid that lie (ergo in Territories of the United : Truly, knowledge is power. It is health times. .

ro'esof the policy of "JtfitiM.n ;mnd.SOt16 :States= ). Hu then said he did not think! it ;I Iirpctlicnl documents! which, the writer says, startled There is no doubt] ) that a conflict, of :; happiness, affluence. July 3t P.A. C.KLAIRMAN.KELLY.
die [House and will astonish the
( country
:. ; severe nature, is actually going on.
ailministi aliens nd will follow' and to do The revelations contained in its have
; Congress! ought not so and which, il unexplained, must overwhelm: -- pages Bitters.

'1'fir footsteps./ Now, il iheie are not -!hut the right was admitted. Whether ita.s (.'a.,* and his supporters. His I I statement is A Georgia Anecdote. proved a blessing to thousand:", as the innumerable BLAKE'S Aromatic

'ip1et fl)f goveinineut tnoupli, arnl ;p(>. "' public or private expediency influenced as follows : Duiing the trial of a long: and perplexing letters received by the author will attest. DR. received cdebrte! 61e by Bitter;

Mr. Stewart showed that C.ISS had charged cause:; brought before Judge Dooly between Here also female-the wife July s
|light I every the mother H F .
enough: in the iimi /IIIJ] in down i the I, ABE
; paths t ; him then, keeping question! Peter Pickle and Michael Pickle
four plaintiff ,
itlld i\'l.d times for
", Icc pay over, the one either budding into womanhood or the
mated bj JeflnRon and )MadiMin I JI e"crfIIle madetf'rmiuc for himself." Hut I the same: period' of service, amounting i to defendant, the members of i lie Inr-particular i- Congress Water.
in the decline in whom nature
: lie glad if some of those ])rIl\II/I*. III)' object i is to draw public attention 10 $ 0700) and a considerable part of the time I !} those:: employed and retained in the one of years contemplates JUS received fresh, and for sale by -
an important change-can discover the 8 H
Ittn to object to Gtllf'ral l Tlor'i.% mother wolf in sheep's clothing, who i'; lo I more than SCO per' day, while his regular: case-put their heads together and colluded/ and the efficient F ABELL.
c.s of infoiouiion salary was. more t than S-000: ( { per annum. with I the Sheriff in making an arrangement causes symptoms most remedies Pain Killer.
would diic-u, no !>' insinuating himself among us and courting; j jour
certain mode of in
lie received his salary for refreshing and enlivening their wearied and most cure, every complaint -
'e < fmJ better \\\t\t\\ .. A t-hot 1M.T voles. ,Mr. Van Buren i i.. exposed and II 1st. for about 18 tears icgular; s.iy530,000 spirits with a lit tie brandy toddy, without, to which her sex is subject. PERRY DAVIS'S 3 Pain Killer H for F sale .

tIe ould, do btlss, have rtfri: red u.s I. ran do nu harm now-the \ CIV thin who :!d. He charged and received, of course! the knowledge, or even the suspicion On the receipt of One Dollar, the Married -

h.1 lr 'ur'iqu.ilf' tend god ;\1i4r1ilYUI [ "showed him round to us :IS a very harmless without authority of I law, an of the Judge ; and it was accordingly Woman's Private Medical Companion": will be mustard.

"II-/hallirht/ ', however) extra salary of $lO:: ) annum agreed that the Sheriff should procure the A SPLENDID article of Ground Mustard, ir
which Soiuhcinso : uima1, are now the most fl"'lfuluf hiM pei sent (mailedfree) to any part of the United tin boxes, for sale by
article nnd! introduce it in
fioin a large pitcher,
,Iocrary rtad II!! lately-now, filii)' inracious: jaic But they have (';IIIlu: another of, I lie 1813 to 18'Jl(tind, paid) under! the guise of water. States. All letters must be addresed post-paid, April 27 I F ABELL.
era o. I nut contingent ,- .
darhus to Dr. A. M. Mauriceau, Box 1221 New York
iLlc" to Ihem. The Sheriff in of the -
Then in the n"Junlailllalcs set out
I animal, away up ; also, TK:> KATIO.; a Iay, at pursuance Gold Pens.
| II Mr.! Calhouu : they have, hereto'ljoiced which they say is perfect pet." I wantto 20() cents each for nine or I ten agreement, to execute his semi-official engagement. City. Publishing Office, 129 Libert-slreet.New FEW of Woodward & Brother's superior

under the effulgence of his call public attention to his inuif.s. Gen.; years. . . . . . 33,325:: I And on his return, just as he York. May, 16-tf. A Gold Pens just received and for sale by
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l. To others 3d. A second extra saldiy of entered within the door of the Court room, October 21. J -C. ALLEN
that lumitiary issiutioni Cass does not in of his Niters on ilustiliject IX CHANCERY. -
any ;and at the moment when he was about to
but I 1500:: per annum, (for upwaidsof
Claret Wine.C .
Democracy has lutned its hack on say Congress not the "light"the -- ten years, fioin ItiUl:? to make a verbal declaration of-served by Franklin Circuit Court.AT \ K DOZ. superior Table Claret received

.tars it Wt fcliine at all. But; i constitutional right, to lepixlate, touching 1831, part; of the. above! period 15,250 leaving the change; at the vendor's resi- CHAMBERS, December Term 154S. &*J Monterey and 'ton sale by perschr.
'Ose.tD order to be 4th. Extra for dUnCe, and obtaining custody} of Ihe sine Cardton Altars, 1 IS E McCULLY .
as wise as they arc, the subject of slavery in Tcnitories ol pay 772 dajs at Bill for Divorce. May 50 Water st.
1tfI7I"-lhe quick of Judge D. fell vs. >
Dt look for :$8 and! 40 els. a mile qua eye -
'ItgI! information to the (poof the United States. He talks about the. ill' (for per day.mile travelled, including / upon him, and seeing I that t the. officer had: a Susannah Allars. ) Bacon, flour, Susrar, Coffee and

the late Madison and Bait.iinorc expediency of it -" how fiangeioiis it will I every Indian treaties whilst pitcher in his hands, and supposing that il JT appearing to the Court by affidavit filed in i Salt, .
'tttj08. There receiving the above cause, that Susannah Altars, the defendant on hand, and for sale ion-
you have us, certain. be to the perpetuation of the Union "- the above three salaries contained water, he said : therein, reside! out of the State but within L ALWAYS by -

enllernen. I give it up. IfG'n. 'ra- .. what a glorious Union is ours and what ;i which, together! amounted Mr. Sheriff tiring that pitcher this the United Stats to wit, in the State of New F McCULLY

ould jast than $30 : way !" York: It is ordered that notice be published i in
day 12,7152
3pproiriate all the to more per SvaynVistar's:
principle; a pity it would he to desiioy .
the order of
The officer obeyed course, the Commercial Advertiser
OD r by these (a newspaper printedin /COMPOUND,Syrup of Wild Cherry, just reVy -
It two Conventions, (as! is very fine, to be sure, !but Mr. Van Burcn $97,267!) and the members of the bar-pailiculaily said district) once a week for the space of four ceive and (for sale by "

: tQ Georgia) .. }>e would have many., said the same thing in 1838. md yet he admitted Included in the above. is a charge of the parties to the arrangement-for a moment months, requiring said defendant to appear and H F ABELL.
Dt'plett-tbu' answer the bill ot complaint filed in said cause,
rebuke from the
i ii certain. Rather het- the right./ Now we don't want I to $1448 and ten rations a day) while attending apprehended a severe at before the of said other New
or expiration
Ot period Orleans
a1QU. Court. Because, while they all well knew Sugar. .
,but and incongruous to be trust to Mr. Cass's good will or good feelings Washington city to the, settlement of his that the Judge had no dislike to a wise the matters and things therein charged will 5 HHDS. prime N. O. Sugar receiver per achr
tl there would be .. own accounts, and another of $2092, for great be taken for confessed against her. Montery,and for sale by
a pile of them such viial lo
of the
concern the when
on a matter glass of not upon
Do % bringing on an Indian treaty-and) $1520 for GEORGE HAWKINS, Judgeof May IS McCTLLY, 50 Water st.
". "Tlle'and of every ehade, too, us as this is. Let him say if Congress has assisting' to frame an Indian code,-making bench, they were also aware of the fact, that the Western Circuit of Fa.

au1! bite to sooty." lun not the right," in his opinion, under th e in upwards of sixty thousand dollars ourIds he never touched :n drop of it when engaged A true copy-Test : CASTILE Soap for sale by .
I though in the discharge of his official duties. But: W I. VALLEAU, Clerk. \J Feb 2 1
II I hat the Cass men shou ld: Constitution" disturb us in the possession regular salary If elected President, I F ABELL. .
1 I would he'not be hound to make the same. their fears soon subsided-for they observed I Apalacbscola, July 22, iS-IS. 27-4m

1I I f r/'TaJlor:*. rather plain.[ in the mat (ml our negro properly on national; territorial l allowances to all others, and might he not that on receiving the vessel, he put' it to his I Bay 'Vate'r.FRENCHE"S Advances

r"Ulp1es' after looking at the varienre That mouth and took draught, and) then, on shipments of Cotton
domain. question easily $ of their leader he without a word or even a look expressive of I New York and Boston, by
own a and we would% .not give one plain yes or no extra compensation as! President and Ex-
*ock in varieties ihe disapprobation, handed it back to the fright July 17 H. F. ABELL. Dec. 16 D. B. WOOD &CO.
of hup-all things I in response to it, for all the puling sentimentality I. Officio/ Coimnandcr-in-Chief of Army ; -
*1111 ened officer! It was. then passed round -
and and ?" Hydrostatic Ink Fountain.
pIe nothing long. I imagine about united we stand," &.c. he can Navy among the lawyers, who received it wilh I Cologne. FEW Hydrostatic Ink

( -ill be better satisfied that Gen. utter in a year. Mr. Van Bnren was ;tit THE MAN HAS BEEN: TRiKi: ).-On six different smiles upon their countenances, and paid I JOHANN MARIE FARINA'S celebrated Co- A Sand Boxes, Paper Folders FOul1tain., Pen Racks Scale.

lbou1d take\. the examples of JcfTer- good on that theme as he is, when Southernvotes occasions, the old veteran has been I their respects lo its contents wilh a zest and I 15 also a genuine assortment H. F. ,ABELL.for pale by Paper Clasps Weights, &c, for

}Iadison .. with of immense will rarely if ever enjoyed hefoie.( July NOT 19 J C .
as a light to his feet and were in the maikct. We want our entrusted by his country, posts good ALLEN.
PthI5 His mili- And the court and the bar applied I : 1 -- -
and now
pith responsibility peril. T 'THITTEMORE'S Concentrated Vegetable
/ rather than thewill-o'- .
property to depend upon a constitutional amy prowess, indomitable bravery and unconquerable themselves to the investigation of the tortuous \. V Syrup, a sure and effectual remedy for 1 OZ. Sulp.Quinine Quinine.
'PftoDodering just
oldiot. tori of light that Gen. question." not on the philanthiopy' of Get rf'60lulionere first tested in and tedious case before them, with Diarrhoea and Bowel complaint for sale by 30 sale by aD for

rOGITA101i. Cass or any body rise.! ('.jGJTATOR. his bnliant defence! in 1612 of a small .stock lenl.e.1 f'nerlyand naked cheerfulness.: ( July 15: H. F. ABELL. April 27 H F

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-mailerhelher- I inheienl cause or AMENDMENT TO TIIK; | 1LCjJit :N'otitri. I>ry < oods.rplE -' SlIARRIv4\
.c.? I II the !'sl1 .r I !i: subscribers olfer for sale ., and soil DriiKS Medicities
( I causes produced by irregularity, illness or acc- COltti'nHol of the State of Flo ---- large PaiDta
C.--. I, .1"IIt Not lung CI be IWtll'I illg t .. rida. Fraiililiit Circuit Court.John JL sou.ut'bst tod ot Dry Goods; con.Hting III Dye-StnUs, P rfIiDlel'J (
I mv Derating on the hU1,1 frame. Persons part THE undersigned
dlect. %V. Cornpl't, returlllh'
I IDI. weakness ;Lid lassitude, Iroin ; it, ? dcneral 1 Ne. ro ICerieyt and Lmscyj, to hislnendsand the
al taking Pri p<>"id and agrnd lo by the thin PQblie
In Chancery. White and Red Flannels It
.it once become robut and full of under I next < hVS. 11 A ; liberal patronage, and
energy .1c.iiilly: s/bjU lo the lrtltl of lie Daniel 1 mlt .IIcy.1.nn j ; hfg"
I the J' T.uimguups and Tweed-, i that he Is now
I its mlluence. It immediately COtltcr.lcts I General Jlsscmbly.AN his wife, Re-sp'ts receitin, an:
I l'ndeSIU'S of the fem llo frame, which i is the reading the foregoing allidavil, it is or Super plain black and fancy Casameres,. al supply] which addjstock to

jH'al cause of Barrenness. It will not be ex ACT to amend the 12th Claused the 5th UPON that service of Ihe foregoing bill be Super English and French'Cloths, renders Ins aswrtmeut un .ie.tI -.

ru wuipTO*' i. pertd ol t HS, in cases ol I so delicate a nature, to Article of the Constitution of this State, so that perfected on t the defendants in said hillllll'ntion-\ Whitney Blankets, 10), It and!2qriDiitlil I and complete. English, French

i exhibit certificates of cures performed but we the Judges of the Circuit Courts shall hold cd, by publication in the \ Blankets, S, '> and KJ 'jrs.Marseilles American Drugs ; Cosmetics; Pl'rfqllltrt

lilufljJ lu I Uiii4IIJJItIMLF can ;a snre the alllicted, that hundreds ol ca esh.n their offices for a term of eight jears, i instead of or same other newspaper published in the Western (jumilts, 'J, to, I II :and 12 qrs, !I and Druggists i Glass ware. &c., &e. art'

,> been repotted' to us. Thousands of cases I during good behavior.SFCTIOS District, for t the space of four months, ieijni- Denims i K rein I his and Cut tciia&ks" to Physicians, Country Altrcha a d :

I wl.ere families have been without childrenalter 1. lie i enacted I/ the Smafl and ring .li,1 defendants to appear and answer siid Brown Shirting and Sheeting, II, t the most liberal terms-all of which **01

&* using a fbutl.s ol this invaluable medicine, 7wv of llfprntentaliw of the Stole of! Flu-I bill, olherwi, that the same he taken pro con- Cotton lsnaburt: pure and unadulterated. lit

ra-tt s& Is a.sF ,,11"'(' h"t'l \! with line, healthy I oifspnrig.To i I rid? in lltniral -lirinbli/ ronrcntJ, That I he I ftsSO. loRE: ( S. HAWKINS[ Judge, &c. Cotton I Drilling and Ticking H. P. A .
Iflolhers and JUarried ladies.This : 12th l Clause of time ith Ariicleof t t theCoiHtitution AprilJllh, HIS.$ and Cotton Checks Wholesale and Retail fW

To\A'ii.end's :u.o ariIIa. Evlracl of .irapari11a; has been expresslv i. of Ibis State be amended as to read I as follows, A true copy. WM. VAM.BAU Clk. Irish Linen, Shirting and Shcefing, 4i 1v** ,
"rollder11.1 I Bk: &s<; ol llic Vm*. I Bleached; Cotton *
.ng and Nov.
prepared! I in leference lo female; complaint No viz: That at I HIP of I the present term Mav I Ii'-lm'; Shirting Sheeting Apalachicola 21, IS.It;.
Tin; mo-t e\trao'-(''innry t :Medicine ill I the World' : expiration -----' _ _ _ English, French and American Prints,
who has she i l is It ollice of he of the Circuit with I I
I Judges ( t
1" COUIs Chambers
This Evtrart is (put I.p'an (!uail BoUles : it i i'l1 -IK i I aplroadl- At Extra super, plain and twilled Ginghams, Drugs :lIul1Uedj
thct critical l linn I the hereinafter mentioned. Justices of
timesclpaprr.} pV.i*:.inter" ::1111111'; ; anted! .'IJTpri. ing J'rill. Tie exception APALACHICOLA[ DEC. 29, IS 17. Super Cashmere d'Eco-sse, THE subscriber JJt
lo as is a certain the Court and the of the Circuit
pic- Supreme Judges
'TT In any 5.ld. It ('111'1'' \\ .itlioutdebilitating 1 .11'.1 nell'c John M. Carnochan, Plaintiff, Extra super Minim I de Lame constantly have,on h and :i
\, : \' of I the numerous and horrible Courts, shall be elected for term of eight years, '
\'omiti I Ill.p"r i II:,"u.\'ni\ n or any vs. English, Scotch and American do. II assortment of DRCS '
diseases to which females are subject at Ibis lime and shall hold their offices for that terra, unless 1 CINES aDd
the Pitient. George K. Walker and Maryhis Super Italian black and figured Silks which hewiJI,1Ir
of I Jilo. This period may be delayetlf'r.cerral sooner removed under the made in this
The ami snpcnoiilv' nf this! : S rs.isjiarillaover < provisions Black Silk Cr.ivat.s and and I of the best
great beauty the State Ilkfs
wife, of of fancy I
ly t/Atiig this medicine. Nor is it less val Constitution for the removal of by address quality.
all other medicines i js, that whib'iteradicates I liters uablefcr those who are approaching womanhood, or impeachment; and for Jutes neglect ol duty Florida, James E. liettncr I[ Bill for account Super English and) Pongee Silk Hkfs, Fslerchamts and Planter,1t4t:*

the disease, it invigorates tbe bnflv. Il as u is calculated to assist nature, by quickeningthe or other reasonable cause, which shall not he and Ann his wife, of the rand partition. English and American Cotton I Hkfs, ; tioods lo their, before advantage to call, examine arf *

-1* one of the very IetI'flIXG blood and invigorating the Indeed, sulhcientground for impeachment, the Governor State of New York and Madras and Verona head I Hkfs, purchasing fclsewhtre 'i i
$ A1) r :B1ErII.PfTE; : system. Jane McMalers, of the Ladies Cotton I HOSP and! Gents I If-hose, N. B. Phjsician's prcscripticns '
t is invaluable for all the delicate shall of them, on the address of two rill.
T"ver known it if onlv: pniifies the wln-le >v'O- III' medicne remO'e any j care and at
; di..a.cs to women are subject. thuds of the General Assembly ; Piatidcdhowever State of South Carolina Super Satin, Marseilles & Worsted Vest ings, accuracy any hour ftbedut:1:I
1im, and' strengthens the but it runinTine Cotton
person Defendants. and) Flax Thread, J. C. AtLjI
I 11 braces the whole renews permanently That the be stated at
i system, cause or causes
jirtre /:*,? nrh 1,1.:1 p'wer ;i".1 !byiKtotltcr "al affidavit of Solicitor I hat Plain and fiic'd 1 Swiss and checked Muslins March 21 Cor. Centre andUnderwood
Complainant's tOIllrn-
the the Jour :
natural! energies" >y impuri- length in such address and on ..
the UPON --- -'
Ibis; Jio lh srandsf : r'moyiuJ ( .
ivedn-in.* .\1141 in I ) I said Bill do Jaconet and Cambric Muslins.:j
|1.:4 f< ',' I hes ot t Ihe body not so far stimulating as to pioiliv nals of each House _'Ilt futthcr, Defendants mentioned in A l
|II 1I
ret 411'at tn on-let fr.l lll'-.t. | irin lml'Ct
( Needles
reside within this Circuit but within the Pins, Tape .r &c
not ,
; ; subsequent relaxation, whicJi is the case ol the cause or causes shall ,! to the ;
\vitliin I h.' li-t fiv.' vf.n--, more t linn i I I'l.O'M'i I That Iolile v1Ad \
1 no-i medicine- I for female weakness and Judge! so intended t be removed, be United States: It i is ordered that notice of the ''hich have been selected with great care in!
.... ; I 1-.1" : takt'l :hal
rnres ol si'ere "< ol 1 djseisnal: lias-s.-vi-d 1 a-l tbi-lii I .' .1.1': By using a !tbotles of this medicine, be admitted to hearing in hums own defence, ?- institution of this suit, and the filing ot the New York and Boston from Importersand Agents A' EESI'ECTFpILyO lf1trt ;
i nunnKb11 t : : :
i < :
in thy severe and painful surgical operations may fore :any vote for such removal shall, I pass : antI in amended Bill, he given in some newspaper published of Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates, and vices to the citi/era0iirtu I It
tf than :''i', 1.1 dll .IIr dming I li 1\\11)1'1.:1 t
11' more )
II i.! ,> j'\\'entl"l such cases the vote shall.e taken byveas and in the Circuit, for the space of four are now ollercdaf wholesale or retailon I favorable t-: cola, and the

fI":1 "I'. : <:::real nlc-, in; to Molliers and nays) and entered on ( of each 1 House months, and if, upon due proof of the app 'arancB terms bv)1.. (*,. PORTER fc. Co. I iP.4: ; :: g"rurally In the county lllle of f
of (3r' ioi'l >(':>Bilr or t tt
10,000 ease* : Dec.'3<) IS 17.
Children. respectively.SKC. of said notice in some newspaper so published It Water street. ,w i'i; i fession"-'HaV. ;; ;
:i ii d waul \rrvasis 2?tier:; y.Dr. for the lime mentioned, the said defendants do -- -- -- tnnnth
clfoctual for 2. Jiff That the Judges tk \ inunicatH.n .
I and most with
is Ihe the
Tow land's, : irsi.arill., i.I\'_'"' st' th"whole .' I I'aff r..liinc A C A It!). -
; not to said bill by the next rlllcday,which 1" Northern}
t Con.-titution, appear
and Q cities .
; ( the relieving appointe,1111cl' lel1ld (:
system frt :
r.ufxing; snf'ril .
: *llrw
ho Iii.. I .
sv;1eiR :r'c'ilh.! Ttitli'1"1 w : shall after Irom the i Subscribers lake this method of inform- -
come days
pi-ri'i i aiv-idaiil! child-birth ever llil oVred. hal he divided by lot fou clashes. The twenty expiration TilE I bled. to t'.irnuarf thelr'parr"
? ,., 1vrr! .'lIr1\ V.v the eivrN <'f! tticd- : upon I said four months the citizens of Apalachicola and its t ;
< ; 1f1l1'1' : s-ti' ,'i.jthcns: bolh. I lie mother and child, prevent frst class shall }1'ld his or their ollice or olfices of period of it is further ordered vicinity lip-__. tirneswitb thiX!
icinc or 1 inWtv1i"M'innr: !. d I in v-';)th.! cr tin* that tho be taken confessed that I thev have now on hand a neat \fU14T'
i and disease, i increases and enriches I Ihe I food, the 1(1 of two years, the second for the term same as very ; -- TEST Pi.T 1E l'.iiiI1n.
vxrcivr tnd'il! !..'"-. d' t-e! ,>.)- -inns. .md broughten ; ( : I.ail j I against them. and wellsclect Stock of t (;COOIK which will b, ,,nnnthhf, ,shmrm; ,
: I I,. .e who have used it think it is indispensable. of four years the third for the term of six ycais, ; at ni ft\'ij':11: :I i l prosir-li: i,'fl i .tr 1 "l:(' neiwus II GEO.; sold I low( consisting in part; as follows I n/f" ,
I It is; highly useful both before and after coniinc- the four th for I the term of eight i years.i S. HAWKINS, Judge, &c. : Xf'/tr* of .Him, vvhirh! ,Yit! flea:
lIY.d'mlt"it..1 '. WIMI lit ar"hit\l! i \ I('tt.t ii, : "ennation iri'iit. as it prevents diseases attendant upon i[:Passed I the Senate by I the Constitutional I majority CAIIMACK 6c SPRATT, Clfthsnt Cassimere, various 5t!vies-, j I advaritagitu a (a-hi..mald, .. "IIIIII1I1Ur,

-. prenaluro l.e.l\' ind'\ o>clne, : miir:. ,'In!,!llnrtli-in Costivcness Piles, Cramp, Swell- December 22, I J" 17. Passed the [House oflleIrcsorutatives Compl'ls Solicitors.A FtncPrint>, 11,). d>. j I :c. B. Genii t I'll" )1"rn'lI' ., ,tlInin..r ,,-.

toward; I Iii: fa i"t l ,' ( .insiiuiitiinii.: .ran !1 : i I.r:!: the Feet, Despondency, Heallhur I Vomitc. by t the Constitutional i 1 majority, True Copy. WM. VALLEAV, Alapaca Lustre; do. Figured I|: .. %Wrapper; made I., tor't.! .', -i* ) ,:

Ieflhi4'1%' restored' Itv. plea* ml medy. This i I I :. Pain in (Hit; Back and' Loin, False Pains:, January I;, I'I IS.] Dec 30. 50-Ira Clerk.Calhomi Silks, Fiodt nnw.d I d<*M-lipti ii made-m:' Hie UMi.,1 "..rnjr. .

? .I'.al"\--in.1. ; ti-i fir .-'i.u.i;' r t" ''1iI\C'I'l' I !II.'iiionhage. and! in regulating th. secictions and All Florida papers will publish, provided not ,). :Monlell! : Walking and Riding I Call,, i- ? III.! 1l1'

Invigorating' < !::!, : e i'!,ili/.ing t the circulation it has no ( The more than su/ is charged. I County Tax: Sale. do. Satin; Striped manner; Tunic Dn i 'ns an''! i; ,v, I(

A" it re',".\'* :ILl 111i.14 Mates I lh' .tl'lI.: unsiclivity I ..|.. "1 beauty (If this medicine] is, it is .quaI. safe, \pri127, N|K, 13Cm.Notice.. BY virtue of Ihe power vested in me by law, Fancy Cishm.'re Robe I ev-fry descrtpfiori! rna-lr in i i .> ;tmjfj?
tthe Iitr.b-. :andtr.n th 1 < tiwiaii-i-u-: : I I I will expose for sale, before the Court-house do. Merino ilo. Ie. A II
.ty .
::: j I Ihe most delicate] use it most successfully, I p irarrnfiits 1:1:1110.! "ifii'itnnnttd Ioli tt-..
Jar .\.i'm. I ill a OI.ttrl"r.lilltn' 41.- iic.Coiisiiinjiliini 1,0 few cases any oIlier rtlcinf] in door in the county of Calhoun, on the first Monday dDelaine do.! tvjit.X .
(' u''d. require ![ late firm .1 .1. Stevenson Co. of August lyithe: following described I India Book
; ( & Mu-lins *
( / ,
I S-HJIC little t Castor Oil, or M.uii 'J(''*." 31.1:11''ugnl..n.: r-in'iiiij'ti "j !I" i i 1 l\: !'ci i"l' in (he open air, and ligl.l foud 1'1 t II.i.. dissolved by I Ihe of Joshua prop'l'ly, or so much thereof as will pay Ihe do. Swiss, Luce and CofoiolEdgings En trance on (*! t'irmt! street.October .

"Ir.t I rc: h iiis <">':I i-uinj'
C.d! r,it.irrli. C-.tuhs!: A-tlni.i. t requested lo make payment, and those having ht, to-wit : Shawls, Damask Silk

Tin of m""lt. S .r.':Ie", I in!l t li! .- 'hcl, I Hcrtirn fllmeil.Notice to the Ladies. claims to present the samel: The S W } of Section Township 1, Range 9. d,}. Marino, fI'C.jltalc:i n..f. ot Fall ..Int'ilil.. F;;_

.h, Niijlit 1 Snpit-. !!:ti.-uit! "T Pr"rll( IA- Those that imitate The stuck of goods 01 hand] arc offered for saleat N & W, joining t lie lands of Stephen Richards! do. Plai.l) Wool t------------ _

l'ct..rali.l11. r.n i:: in till'r", I.ave been I have j, )their Townsell's stuff Saisaparilla, low prices for cash only. purporting to belong to J. WJflWiHiarnson.Also Kid Lai-e and Silk Glovr* I. .I'CI: ;.

.uid can !tl" f'un',1.! ; invariably cal1.d great Jitimdi/ T. IT. AUSTIN, Ihe N W J of Section ', Township I TI1 (. and have bills
.C., copied our VIET.Second
Spilling: IJIoml. ./'tah. & Surviving: partner.I.; Stevenson &. Co. Kanire (0 I. N & W, and the W i of the S W } of Ribbons in all varieties i :

X\v Voik Aiuil'i-, 1 1. 17.Tr. I Clrl'llar: for word relates other to the complaints who ofwomen Apalachicola, May 23, 1... I P.t-lf Section fl, Town-ship 1, Range 9, N & W, purporting Brown Whirling, 7-s>, 1- I and 3-1 .._:_- -C sif my .|f tu1Ziti'.
: men F.iitrati:
T'wn'i'lhl1'l''t'I that jour Sir- wlld: put up to belons: to Win. Wyatt. Bleached d% 7-S, ."-I:, I-I. 10-1 amid I I-i ( > (i I hv't
inlicine have since the of Dr. 1.ti'm.
: great success Noticed: ;
-*'.|>.inlla h.i ItiN-n tIle tn 'an! <, I I!r1zh [I'rovidiMiro; Also I so acres of first rate land number nol Blankets, 0-land 1 8- t L.chi(

..l f 4.ivuiiny! I liV. I li.ivo forownl >"PJI'< :iInd 1.hcnc's. Sarsaparilla in complaints incident to ALL persons having:claims against the estate I' known, purporting to belong to J. & B. F. Pettey. Ingrain and Cotton Carpeting .V- 1' fie and .! -wein .

co'ijh. I It t I It'elTll'or"l.. Jinl 1 v\oj.". .M i (I1 5, ( theirs, although prcviousIv Daniel W. Faucett, ,deceased are required Alsot) acres second rate land, number nol Carpet Bags rei.nri.d.{ i,.< ,|her

t.l..1 t I raised 1.irge ij iaititi i,., of lilom', 11I'llli1i1 'I t.y did not. A number of these Mixtuies, .present the same within the time prescribed known purporting to belong to Jag. T. Evens' I Hats and Cap all stIcq -
Pills- &.c., are injurious to females as they aggrevalc'hsease by law, or else they will be barred of A THE A JUliouliuv
v\vat,, and. \\.i-i unMtlv d!.''.>ilit.titl .in 1 and undermine! the constitution.Scrofula .
did not (>\i,,Tl tn I livo.t I lu'"'.>nly iisidvmrSars.i T. i i. AUSTIN, .Administrator.Apnlachicola Also! T 17 acres first rate land, number not Clothing ol all kinds. ;: Saloon Hud Uili.

)':arilla a shorl tune, :and thiro.t\ .ta \\ nlerful : C.ued. May h,1 Is-1 1". known, purporiinK to belong to Call & Gamble. Also, a licit assoitmerit rf .JEWELRY. JCooin.rPnr. .
clian1 ln'onr" .;\\ii in inc. I am im-.v This certificate conclusively proves that this Notice. Also-. .0 acres first rate land nnmhcr not many other articles too numerous to mention.

.:.ihto to walk all ('v<-r t the city. I rli.i> n'i hlr! **!. Snsaparilla has perfect control over the most ob- months after date I will he known, purporting to belong to Sam Parkhill. Call and examine for v'ourselves.M. propru-jor of ()I., '. .\th.aamai
siinati'. diseases of the Blood. Three apply to ( J :..1..01hai iNtu ,- .P
I; \
persons SIX ISAAC JACKSON Sheriff ar.d ( flli
"I.IIII\ c i nit. County, establishment
cored} house is ,
thxt 1 am thankful: for tl:1'! :c reuls.WM in ole unprecedented. for final discharge from the Ex-Oificio Tax Collector. C. C. Dec 23 Cur. Water and Cent rests.B. an art'hlf' : a.
administration ol r
Three Children. a and i is thankful that an ev hs. -
May 1,1 I S IS. lotdsJList --- ----- -- --- ----- i nnhe :_ ;
Y""f "hi'nl! \I.t
II"I Dr. have the the estate of f llcnrv Heal, late of said county( de prove b)! t.,, ,
KTSSKLI.: (!j.'j Cttharinc Towusend : Dear Sir-I pleasure Ellison A Co., Cor. Water and patron-* I'
nil C'IIIII:I.t i'i III. I lo inform vou that three of my children have ceased. "JAMF.S. filJJSON I .\ *,'r. of Letters Chestnut*;. rt hi l1in" tn .1'1.! I Ie ,\ r't.! .

This is only oito of M"rt' than four I thO\l* II.i \ tii-i-n cured of the Scrofula by the use of your excellent Aplachicola} April ]3lsls.I'IViMiIS. l3-i>m I") EMAINING in the Post Olfice at Apalachicola SIMP \XDLERY.:[ '. choice *.iim nt .t Lltl""r.1r.J) .

rA: os of 1hnati.Afl: ; hat \fJ\\'I'.J', Sa'rs.t- I : medicine. They were aflhcled very se- cola, on the 1st day of July, IS I IS. .V and Hemp' C'orda of all i/es.: tuevtr.ges' t>f u Sort to tiikfe itie //II:
', > rly \\ ilk had Sure : have taken four bottli born, Jai A Knight Isaac MAXILL Bacchus iio-t fafl.t" '.- ,. ; .1,
parilla h; cured, Tl.f ini>* ovtrc :and I''rolli.' r.nly Whiskey W d fu. Prime Pork I me, Wormlme! Marline. Sj.un- 4ciol /
CdstM a r.' WfeV'v cra, ic.11clJ.\' I its I e, I tratrllill-1n'i [ : : it t took them away, for which I f c mjself rffIJHLS/ U bbis! Flour 1; ca-k Rice; ; Andrews, Thos Kilby, Capt W W JLeigh yarn. Oak inn, rsrni ()il. Fall do, \Vlialr .lo Oii\e amid! tieliciotiIreli jr, I:, t lb. lt I u"

\ irtiiPn.Jtn ; ',nJi I great obligation. l ; old AlJd ron, RobtAlexander John do, Linseed do, Raw .1", Boiled cjo. S/irifs: Tur- Fir a pleasint n-riimu. iir< .t el,

<.. Cnminin T.sq: ono flf the a .'i-faM--: 1 V .., v-.o, [ superior t.lttiv, HeserveVhLskey. ; Allen, 1 Harsis & Potter, Lock & Forbes IH-iitine, PaintWindow ( PUll1110..- I amusement-ulife cum "Iiii.(- ,\. .

in th Lunatic Ax>lnin, lilik'vrH"i: I 110111.1, Iii tlJl' I ISAAC W. CI1; : WooMcr-Pt. landing. LJ ,Louisa III. .>, S'ars. and! for Jos Low rev, Lewis'cry& L.'iid.; l ld! d'". Yf.:How Oi hre, ChrotnV;r.-e'n. I %witi! !!cii'tp! ut f :,:b fill .4Ct, .

. geatlc'iaan sjioVon ,>f i in lie l'oUii'viiu! Ji-tti-r : Opinions of Physicians.Di. I low per ser E McCHLLY( A\ Jones, LonS, Mrs Alvin B Kni'-rald .do, I lni|pt''rial I do. ( hronif VilovVr! a l itnc-i.f teti-pin- ; but I! ?' r

BIlrk'\'JI.I.I.Hul. 'pt. I 1, I 7.rihly Townsend is almost daily receiving orders] March 10 Allen, B C Luce, Capt Henry digris, Litluratie, Sulphur. I.n Varru-h, C"i'd l active amtisemcuts can ,.'!\\ ',- fI./.( .
. h _. .: .' .. Horn Phvsjcians! in different parts of the Union. I -n- _- __ _____ _.9)_Wat erst. HI) Hi, Win Leonad Van do, Tar, Rosin Pitch l'mrpin mimic, Co..f, Paint *. Ci.nie, one-come ill "
Dr.TowlI'\Incl-J'ar : I IMVIun.ivii I..r- !: Tins is to certifylhat we, the 1Idelsign.d.Ph. :' ( ---- Butts, Capt A G 2 Moon John M 2 Brushes Varnish do, Tardo, Scrub ilo. Clam;. tI". .I\, );, c. ,
(I..r nine \earMlli I the U1i' < 'i'iiitHin: : runniilerable 1 : Lam; I Black, Clwlk. Whitm::, UIIM Duck. Ku .
of i the 1 Innf could m-t eat', -!I.'p; c.r ) :\"jr'ins of the City of Albany have in 1U er- DRAFTS on ew York', listen, Providence, Hagde, Washington Myers, Gen K lush do, Cotton do. Heavy Ravens Jo, Light .j";, Apalachicola, Dec. ''se, l lApalaehieola 1'1:.

walk. I had I ho tiii'i--t e1ilrp'III:; !Itill", and! oil:; cases prescribed Dr. Townsnd's Sarsaparilla, ihmja and Hal ti immure, bought ; and Burges, John Morbe, TlunMansfield \\'hite-. Blue and Ked Bunting, Nails, C .j.ier il.
iny I limlnri i ? ImiSlv t !w''ll'>ti. I IIa"4- u-od ii-id believe it to be one of the most valuable picl Sight Checks on New York sold by ; Brown, Mrs S 2 a I.) TacksShip! Spike, Boat do, Brads, S vv\-I i:x..lln:
the market.II. W: G. POKT-KIl: Jc Co. : Jack Crt.'wnehor" 'I HE SUbsrrh' r isii'm,
four; Ixittlex S-sxijinnHa; and llj -> hiv' p.tiull"n l I Brno, Christopher McAllister, Capt Handspike, Captain
tlnritt tint tli'i'j-san! dollais' w..ntli ofgotiil. I'. PULING, M. D. Agents Dank of Hrim-wick; Bowers, Capt B B 2 McCall, James Bars, Oats, Blocks, hl\'l'', Jib I H.nko. Hand and! thr public in t"t'ru; "
in' rc one .WILSON, M. D. Dec .*)O ,1 II I UVrr! Bullock Alfred Pnni[>s, I n,>rk P.nekeN. Cedar do[ Deck Broom iiim the Prnpri.t.o ,.t 1Kb .
You lilifity i tn 1 '." tliis, lO lh- benefit It B. BR1GGS. M. }). !trC'c.n Broman. J II Maflat.A G Corn do, (Caulkm Mallets Sarvm do, Axes,At.Helves .- known house, and will I I !Ii?. "i..1"

of the ;.tlirh."l E. ELMENCOKF.M. D. I'I IJ(!. McKinley, Hooks: and Thilll"I.! } ,Box! 1 looks Bale do, al\\.f the travellingrotnintniiiv -

Yllr., rC"lfrfllh', .Albany! April I, 1 17.Camion.. HAIR Hat, Clothes, TeetliNail and Shaving; Baker Win Markham, Chas Can Jo. Cotton do, do, [''i,!! do, Caulking him with their ctisiuiD, amf li _.j-,
: (11flN(; ( fur sale by Buell I, David Mack Andrew Irons Making' Irons, Marline, Spikes, Ship :.:r.t- date resident. boarders. w
Fever and .\n.*. Owing to the great success and immense: sale Feb 21 II Hisbee, Chas W 3 Meglaham, Geo ;p >rs. Buns DipperCook's Ladies!! Tormentor, The oar wsupplied :

Dr. Tm\II'CI"I'\ | is c-uilli'd: ] ] in 'I of Dr. Townsend's Sarsapavilla, a number of men ------ FIFII. Bryant, Thos L McLean. W II 2 Dividers, Compare? Sail Xeedk?, Sail Twine. with genuine li.jnors It I
ot f the } S.lrIJlril.l 1 and Asiue. IIai! have commenced Iflola ses.BRLS Brown David W 2 McCormick, John Seine do, Sewing ito, Palm?, 1 Rissin: ? L.atlier, 'juality.i JOHN :
a formerly our Agents,
(: liH. 11 <\:1 I I \11''r? James Pump, I Hammers, Hatchet. Chisels .: Nov. 'I.l ts. ' .
following letter i i- oiteof Ilw1rf.I. that \\ unkingSarsapnlla Elixirs, Bitters, ',\- superior Mu-covado! for sale by McNortan Capt John
411' Extracts Aiiqur?. Plants (imllpt! I Ifand.-avv
have from South and Vet e.r! like, of Yellow ) They generally Mch If< R Water I. Butts, E P 4 Martin, MrMcKeen Files do I
recti\.l inicfs & put :JcCCrLYo Rat Tail Iron Squares Cupboard Locks S. JUnc'ict
chaiacttrr. il in the bottles and of Cornforth, Capt J WmMcCormick Stock do Hooks 1
up same shaped some and Staples! 11111;'-:. Padlock-, lUanufactor
O, Mich., Oct T2'2. I1Dr. !t7. Ibciii have stole and copied our advtitisements.ll.oy sale School Hooks, Cruger, N 2 Wm Wood Saws, Pendant I Haulyard, I Hand Line, '1'. GI :\T .\C\I\ conti: .

Ttnvtwpivl : Dar Sir-I I l"rdla..II.r l Yrs." aie only worthless imitations, and should be FOR" by Constantine Francisco Nickerson.ThosGO'Derdin Deep Sea do, Log do. Fish do, H-j 'id [.t'ad.lcl't'"a JJENItY. at his old ,.

wifii t\r hottls of f ..r.- :p"ril"ff (II.Mr. ;tVi:ir/.1.! 17 1 F ABELL. Crawford Oliver Pirse 2 do, Sheet do, 1tr: tI.>. Funnels, L-an horns. New York, the follow> 1'3.

h McNair, fir t t al.tlnan.I" it for the IVroratid !Principal Office, 12FUITO/ Street, Sun Cuba '.'ohat co S )had) tini-hfd t tntImttlc Sam'l O'Hanlin] Felix d.1il1 Pins, Tin Ware, Crockery, Carpcuter's
A 11t-. Uef'-re. I !. Bmldinii! N. Y.; ., t State Ir.t, 5L1IS Tibacco Seedjioin I the 1O"t tccbrat'll. Tool. >amp"on PubiS, Arc Ve.Apalaehicola. Knapsack, Primin'Ir..of i Scat-
it pearr-.l| To warm lluMoud, al.1'r.i.\' i I 1".1"1 m I ; I Dyl&. Sons, l.'i-JNoith: Second street t : of I iho Vuclta.Abajo, \.d :. Colborn Manley Phlnton, IIPindergrast l)>-c. 1>. IS 17. C'ltith., I Holsters, Hndles.ijuaCa; **.

other day: \vhwithc.ChilNatnl cv.r ;allar.t,1; ""lllddplla: ; S. S. Hance, lruzgmst, Baltimore; from Havana, for sale by I Cooper, Edmund P Hear Skin Caps, &-. Xr r.

they were lei: violent ; and 1"lin' "!he fn. I,I : I Charleston ; Wriirht &Co., 11 l Mcb 10_K: McCULLY, T.u Water st.Olives. Conant, Ber.j W Putnam, Wm 0 3 AM EIUCANNet Military and Fire I 'ill', "-. .i's i l t.contt'mplale .:

ish.-d the l,',ttle, she was t'ulil.iy r..iil'.n..", : I ('hirtis street, N. ().; 103 South street Crowly, Michael Penn, Win and T\vinc ITIanitCompany chan jll rhir [ : -
tnJ'iu- :
nhe was inuHi !"(-ft ttI than "'. !iad: !wtllei.che AHuiiy ; and by all the principal Dmggisfs and Chase Capt John Preble Capt Geo A with
supplied Pattern
took the that I 8 JARS very superior Spanish Olives, for sale Cooper Capt J B Parker (t'.tI.. o* :
Airn.A ; Uetsport
\ Il.1' 111"n' :M i f. i chanN generally throughout the United States above, at the shortest ,: 'j'' '
hy J: n tn
nick with the (.I 11-; ;, \.. ht t had \III.I\kt- \\V-t Indies and the Canada McCULLY, IeniarllVm S Price P 12 Co3IMEKCIAL-STKErr, able terms. n \fi

Ili!m with Ci'iininc, and, \:10 1 1M il very weak F,.r sale \holc&alc and retail by larch 1(3(-------- -- 5''1)--Water- --st. Day, Capt Warren 2 Parker, Capt P 2 (Up Stairs) BOSTON.iIammufacturcrs __ I'

and di)i"tlt'IIJ -tale t ai.d I liotililedff.'..Iilcl.wilh II. F. ABELL, Scotch Siiuir. Dor ham, Perry Pickett, H 2 and Dea'ers itt Brvan's, P.itpnf! Cflie.

f .! Agui' .' C"! ke, s'-onc: I ihe -IWt I thai i ..; May 23, 1"1' 19-ly Apalnchicola.! 9 GROSS Scotch Snuli; in half bottlesjust re- Hogget, Jr. San! 2 Radalorick Eliza Twine Stauls; Post Otfice Twinl'H.11L'ill- ,: and I 1'1 0 0 SACKS Hip, HJV.111:1. :Jnd:

(in myile, sho sent( atid llrocln(-(1) a lew hottl <, ---- eJ ceived, for sale by Deinrnock, Jas -1 Rainer CaptRaymond lUimlle TwinE AkCartv Cotton I Herring Tw int' Colfee, fur sale low 'nDec .

and it restored IMT in a few wek tn ron |
Your' Sar-opanlla; i i-s without donht: 11"- Devon, Win C Reed, DM 1 Herring Twine, Hawser Shroud-laid Mackerel ,
rqualled in disca-'e-s! ; incident! I In t the \\' ; Poha-ran Shad. 1aand :;: BBLS Ihllar..iltlf '
think t thi j4 communication In; of ticynu : BLANK'S; Aromatic Uitters just received Eaton, Benj 2 Richards, S Nets. b- Hay -
you Jovernment
\ .iclln..nJ Advocate.A DR. Dip Seines with Ba.. s; Cod, *J dian. _\1'1'Iy to
are at liberty to use it a' youhoo ,'. for sale by Evans, Landon Rutgers, II L
to be in Herring, Mackeiel, Shad, and Menhaden Soine,:, Dccj "j\ur [: E. sr1Id'III4)I ,

Yours. r'I''lfut| ; \ kly paper published Quincy, April 13 J C ALLEN. Foster Jas P Rockwell.JE .Vc. .._ :

I: : SWAIN. BY C. JULIAN BARTLETT. FrenchL M Robins, Judge J H *
I'I Sjrup
CIA : St icllitz Powders. 'v: ft. 't'hll" Seine* knit tn ordrr at shortnotice. .
.lloulli.Below Frost, Tlios Sloan, John I' "RAY'S '.
Canker in llin Ltwosni
Tnt of the TIMES 9 GRASS Seidlitz Powders that fresh B. ELLISON & Co., A-emit, I superiorand t
proprietor QUINCY underthe are just Foster, Wm Small A L
is an account of another dll.1 <:a'I.1Dr. Capt October 11.1 IS 17. :3Dtf : tor sale hv
received ApalachicolaGroeeries
I lepoalcd solicitations of his patrons, who and fur sale by Flinn \Vm r
Towiwend's SarHaparilla ha avi-d I the livesol are Smith, H K FeM7 If
thotianJ of hileln I The 1 I ing t two mostly, comprised among the friends of Temperance I April:: J ALLEN. Foster, I Isham Spencer. Cyrus and Ship Stores. ---- -

crlificatciHr ( from! a great 01.\\ leceiml Agriculture, and other industrial interests Infusion Jars. Florey,John W Sherman E RIO COFFEE:, Java dOt St. Domingo do. Ve.stern lrodur

t HIM declct. of Sociuy has cctcrminec to devote his Journal FEW Infusion Jars- should Firley, Archer Srowell.EH Flour, Western do; N 0 Susar;: ST. LOUIS Flour Ohm ilo, t*[ )t
N-w Yoik, April 1 I. IS 17. mot! (.xcusively objects indicated by the A have one-for sale by every family GagenH Sw eeney, C St. Croix do, Porto Ilico do, Young H>>on Tea. :: l1gJr, choice and prune, llJ **

Dr. Town-wid : Dear Sir-One of my ) 1'I I assumed.! April 13 J ALLEN. Gray, M Smith,SamlSneed II}son do. Povvehoii? lo, :Souchong, (Jo-hen anti prme, Bacon, Hams, Sideiands
chiltrtl The Editor has consented to make Ibis change Gray, HoLt Giles I>ntter, Cheese, Lard, H.tconllam:, Sides, Shoul sale by lv. ELLISW:
the Mouth
ITU sick with a 'anker in : ,
rcry :1,1 nut "o much with the expectation of pecuniary Letter Paper. Grillis, RGalbrith Strattan WinSehcnkbcrge dens, MolassesVhiiskev, Mess and Prune Beef, Dec 0. Cor. %Wat. :and CM
Throat, attend-d it Ii threat debility It I camenear \1ess and Prini Pork.
4yiii.i I obtained! sCm. of your excellenttnedicine iram, its with the desire of exerting a 1 A REAMS line Letter Paper, just received Daniel B herring Sounds and Tongues Mackerel.Cod Shad Fish, Tongues Salmon, Ciliava .felUf'IN

ali il cur.*d it directly, lorliichl influence throughout our growing State, J.Vami) for sale by Grist David 3 Spratt, Judge 3Santball Pepper Spices, Catsups Pepper Sauce, Olives,, dilfercnt sized bows.just r
ttiure Ylf I fel very grateful. in n-gnd to 'IIIjlct which he holds, of all others .i\priI13 j ALLEN. (;rccr. Capt D FrankScarborough Capers, Pickles, Soap, Starch, Tobacco. Navy and for sale[ by i f fi

Yo'irrpsjiectlnllv! to be of paramount: importance. Grearson, Capt A J bread, Pilot efn, Crackers, Vinegar, Dried Fruits, Dec 23 E ..' I
: I L FOr 1,1':'I:, 27 nc5bros--cF-M The cause of Temperance; the interest of SHEETINGS Shirtin-s low and Prints, by Ihe han Jas Snow J M Leans Salt, Uuoens. Macaroni, Vermacelli. Arrow -
Etr AlmTJ Apiculture!! ; and home industry, in all its rela- for cash by I Hall[ ThosHodges Smith Mr J Root, Corn, Oas, Buckvv heat. Mustard. Rice. Groccrie -,

Fie! FUsI Fits :I'l"1: varit'ties-viIl: be t the objects to which ELLISON & CO. 11Haidy Small, Jas For sale by 1J. ELLISON CO. lUlLS Whiskey: it) IJbltl.

Ir.Town not having tested Iii" Saraparllla the attention of the paper will he principally di- Deep. 001' Water_; _Chestnut_&ts.. 1 Capt A Snow,ThosSmith J Dcc 9._Cor. Water and Chestnut sts. -9 1 tierce Rice,just; rec'd aJanG' ;
of recommendd )
in of Kit, co'ir-e nevrr -
tII'! rerllelj; and as connected with these interests, (1 Razor Henricks, II HPThomas E. lUrfTLU,
it and surprised to |. follovxinj Strops. Lancets.
wa -
reclI.. and as bearing upon them and as influencing Hanlon
(rom an intelligent and Farmer in a re'ieof and domestic HAPMAN and Emerson's Strops, just received C SPRING and Thumb Lancets, just received SiiuIf. d
Wwtchestcr eouhity; will tlwl not he overlooked.The foieign. and for sale by Harley.BHodgekiss Tyler, Win J sale by SCOTCH and lhcaWin J

Fordham! in I I. Feb 24 H F ABELL. Thos Thomas, Mr Feb21 : received and for :J
A"iHt 17. H ABELL.. 7
importance of the objects and the aid __ Hill.HK! 5 Thompson A J --- ---- ___ E
Sir I have little Feb 17 .
Dr : Dear a gui
Townslnd which conducted could aflord Cider. Hand Miss The Protection Insurance C
\el Mary Thomas Thomas Co. of
seven years with of Fitswe age who tried lia; befen alm-wt several: years' (IIel, arl questions which could not be fully discussed 50;: BBLS Champagne, for'salc by Hickey, Chas E Valleau, Wm New Jersey.THE D... 'OOdl.lltr's "'or l

(mice, but withont success; at last, alt ver.tJ weroold in a paper of and this sort ; but it will be ourpurpoe Dec 30 B ELLISON Co. Holden Job Walker Wm : subscriber being appointed by the above A SAFE and efficient rema
lo enforce
explain them in saleby
articlesoriginal Hartson, WmHenderson Warner Capt 2 their agent for this is J"J.'eb
find recommendation in our circulars: for Notj CC.I city nowprepared
/ and selected which
may appear in our Fred Watts E P to take Fire
and Marine
Risks. t
&llike hers we thon ht, as she was in veq'elcte columns.The N pursuance of the provisions of the Constitution 3'J.'hc
( I [
health, \ve would pive her smne of ymir Editor of the TEMPKRANCE: ADVOCATE of the State notice is hereby given that Allen Williams, Chas MayIllsH.. THOS. L. MITCHEL. I Indian I ,
Jordan Wm -- -- eb.11
and are very glad we did, for i not : will not in any degree interfere with party poli certain persons, citizens of I"luiid.i intend applying ] JohnsonLondonJohnsonJ Wilian, MrWalperton Tax Collector-- ----Notice.-- I A CERTAIN remedy for a

only! restored her strength, but she has had no return The events of the the to tho next General Asseiibly of the State Lucinda I' sale bv *
day jC
IIs. passing occurrence Watts Robert payers arc hereby notified that all taxes
of the Fits to our and for an act incorporating 2Irving TAX Feb 38.Ar.D
great pleasure sir- them, and their associates
I of the week, he will notice with as much AJohnson I the city must be iuid by the time
She i it fait becoming ragged and heaity citizens of Florida prescribed
prise. tintb and the become united
impartiality as nature of the case may \VrnYhitman, P M by the ordinance passed by the City OIL, just rCC'd'
fer which we fwl ratcful. i will admit. He believes himself to he free with them fcr: the purpose, h by Ihe name and styleof 1
from Irving,Franklin Wilkins, E SIn Council, if not the law will lie strictly enforced. 17
Yours, respectfully, all bias and he endeavor the Bank of Commerce" -said incorporation '
party thus to John JAS. .
wi preserve raham. Williams John E FARRIOR,
JOHN HUTLKK, Jr. I Ill columns of paper. to possess. banking powers and; privileges, and its Kilby JJ West, Robt 2 City Tax Collector.Mr. 1'iles.ebrated. .

Female ITIc Iicin<'. The Editor proposes lo enlarge very considerably capital stock. to consist Of not more than tf2/K),(''U''). Kilby II EDWARD McCULLY is my authorized T\1TCIIETT'S S

Dr. Townsend'u .Sarsaparilla is a sovereign all his paper from its present size, and to make May I -' -- 10-tf ($- Peisons calling for any of (he above letters agent for the collection of Taxes durmjj my absence \J sale by [It.rI] '

upeedy cure for Incipient (-(nisumptioii, IJarienwess ; other improvement, should the patronage uttered Wood Yl'are, Arc.BARREL will please say they are advertised. from the State. J. F. \RRIOK. -- 1'1LLS >' t ,

Proltpjus Utrria, or Falling 01' I hIV 0111, authorize il. I : Ci.veis, Painted Pails, Tubs, Flour JUS. S. MAY, P. 1I. May ls. 151". MOFFATSLIFK rccen'11

CoirtivrnesK, Pile, Lcnronlnca! or Whites, .!- 'J'tnniof Sul>Afiij>titi>i.-Two dollait> pi r annum ,', ,II I'I'S, ii.')'s, Axheho, Buckets -- -- .

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Country, opened roads, and constructed
bridges and c;tuaeways. when necessary, on
the greater .rpioion of the route, establish-
ed two depots aid the necessary defenses
for llthiu same, and finally overlook and heat
the enemy in his strongest position. The
results o"f which movement and battle have
been, ihe capture of thirty of the hostiles,
the coining in adid-surrendering .mo.rnre
than one liindred-and fifty Indians hnd n.e"-
groes. mornstly -o1" the former, including'tihe
chief On-l i-ioo.gee, 'Tus-ta.-nug-gee, aind
other principal men, the c-iplurin g andi driv-
ifig oui of -lte -country six hundred head of
c-tlle, iiwairds nf onehundred head ofl hor-
sep, besides ubtaining a iorough knowledge
'of the country lirough which we operated,
a greater portion of which was .entirely un-
known, ex'ept'Wi the enemy." '- r' -
A general order, signed by the Commani-
der-iu.Chi(f; was issued to the Army, comn-
plimentingColonel Taylor and.his officers
- for their gallhintnr-, 'and tendering them ,the
. ..thankis of (he. Presiilent. This official ac-
t" knowledgemenit of Tay wi^ ravery was furl-
. lowed, onthe.23th of December, 1837, by a
commission of Brevet Brigadier GenerPl,
for dist'inuihlied services at the battle of
Oktecliubee." lHe was, at the same time,
turifered to take up his position at Fort Bas-
singer ;'a.rdi:-we give antanecdote of him
while sti-nedjrTe, tha-t is as- amusing as"
i t'is ichia ra c teyisttc.=-'
"i Tlhe G, ni4 had a favorite horse, which he
called 'I- Clay.barink,' a very fine anrrnal-l andmuch
atntachd to h-kit 11 I.I,r. 10utf he did not much
f.tny the in,-., crrri often furnished the tropps.
'Pic G,.,'ir i ..-.:.l i.i i .tijrtake of the same fare as
his sahlier,<;ioi. s.)Uid ClaI, baik, so far as the
corn wAs caacr.i.d, ad tlihe were bot4' equally
diWY T', l Iti (i'AAI' l- w' IS v'ry fond'oflmrniny,
a''jC01, InMade any thing but a pleasant
Htit. lie would subject himself to the suspicion
ol1 picking ,' i. l .- |i,-jiulice of the soldiers, ra-
lher Ihjii e.i it, wlniie not compelled to. "Find-
ing that CI hiahk ,iiderstood that business better
thia-liie did,. he would quietly, let. him loose
ax.a.igst tie n ,:tki of' corn.' "After smelling very
Sic.rn f .ll% tih rsj.i:ijus animal would, cofmimence
.gliawiig a.-h oie.iaotione.tliatploased him. The
GCetArd" won-ld 1p.1i:1e113'. watch the. mnaneuvre
until he Ilh'at Glybank. had made a choice,
t-,.lien coaling "his seiwan't, he would direct himn to
have ClIvbnI)k ',1-hlbed immediately,. for.fear'he
might ..< i-,,s.- i.t but,' he would say, 'as the
atiminat ta-is eateii a hole in the bag, take out a
quart br so of the corn, nd. make a dish of homi-
ny" The trick was played for some time, but at
last -it hbcaitie known, that whenever Claybank
Sg "awad into a .sack, sweet corn was to be found
iihere, and tbe ijciden( became a standing joke
during tihe iar, aind it-w is enjoyed by none more
heartfyi tliai by the subject of it himself."'
On the 15h 'of Mairch, 1838, General Jes-
lp relitq idslis-,I the command of the Army
,of Flilrida to General Taylor, who abandodf,
,e'. the pln Iof i' arching columns through.
i he swa'mpi,: arnidl comiirnned dividing tie-
coountry, ir"ilitary districts- of twent"-
mniles square. In the centre of each, or at
Ahe niost eligj)ile point, a blockho-use was
'uihT, and gMirisonniel by twenty or thirty
inmela, pait of liem mounted. These were
to nake'datl'y:s.,ou'.ing exipeidtioh.jiStu4 the.
.officer in ciiniiaid was held responsible
'Cha the hamminicks of his district- contained
to Inpdians. TheGeneral used to visit these
blockhouse when'least expected, keeping
their garrisons on-the alert and exhibiting
a personal courage which made the Indians
regard him asa charmed man. The follow-
ing anec'dote, illustrates this singular disre-
Sgard of danger,:-
Genr~tbT.-l.tIcniver 1lGitato,.
about uitei tdinld, and,' generally, when riding
<-",on uttairtanit business, he kiepit a mile or two
%aheadtof his- escort ,No matter how manyInh-
'dians were 'iow(ling about; the old ,General
seemed, unci.nscious that they. would harm him,
Sand ,,filtn,, wh.e.i,- oily armed., -pariies could escape
attack; Geteai 'ayIor would trust himself alone,
under sot ome w ide spreading-tree, in close proxi-
mity with the enemy, and thus circumstanced,
he woul'i eat rhis. f'ugal -meal, and if desirable,
S'indulge in a sound sleep. At the time the In-.
,dians'were rmost troublesome to our troops, Gen.
Taylor announced 'his determination' to go from
i'ort King to '"larri'pa. Bay, which journey would
take him throu;Ih nearly one hundred' miles of
hsiIstile country The jaunt was considered, by
-every h6dy .atia most.desperate adventure. The
tnorning fr1'., start iNg came, -when the General's
: triv.lling cannlaions, Majioir Bliss* and a youting
lieutenant; beganrto look wistfully around-lforJ the
appearance of the escort. Ini due time, six ,.dra-
goons, allsaddled and bridled, made their ap-
pear.tnce. IThere waa a force to -meet several
t hlou(l-,aiid wild ."i.niiioles, who filled up every nook
and corntrbet ween F1rt King and Tampa Bay !
Arter sormne hesi tat-ibn,'bne of the General's friends'
suggesttd- that the-'escort was not sufficiently
strounaand that a requisition should be made for
"a greater frce. The General examined the ap-
pearance of the .six dragoons, .attentively, t'ora
moment, anid thi, remarked, if the number was
cot sufficient, two more might be added, to it."
Thrte -gen eral orders issued from the War
Departeiit,:in November, 1839, announced
that G.etieral Taylor; by the zealous and
inteile.ignt discharge of his duties, having
gi:vyn'n saisfaciiot> to -the 'Department, he
will continue itt ;bommari4." During ano-
ther, yar- lie comti"irued .o1 carry out his sys-
tem Bm;all pl.rties were captured or voluntarily
surrenderedt. Yet as the' number of the
savages diuinished, the vindictive cruelty of
:- he survivors increased; Fathers were shot
in the presence;.of their families, the heads
of .infants weie dished against stones be-
Inre theirr mvtners, the-white flag enticed
victims..into ;imbifshmahdI'incendiary fires
lighted 'he yelling barbarians in their fien-
dish deeds." rl'e1'e'lde'sTrii&& rT-s b'ecame

discourngeid, andl hne.who served there may
he permitted 'a.saiy, that as an-officer went
aboul at th lie head f.- his small'cimmand. of
ragged scouts, he resembled a -bandit chief
S. mnore ihan a defender of a civilized country.
SThe only stars over his head were the
stars of heaxen, the only'stripes-were lacer-
ated feet, lby wading swamps and saw-pal-
.reito h.kintrocks, and the only sounrid which
welcomed hmhiolmne. after his toils, was the
vulgar abuse of. tfie inexperienced." Fifteen
hundred and folariy-nine gallant spirts pas-
*Major Bliss is the son of Captain John Bliss,-
who. wilhehis wife, weep natjves of'Lebanon, New
Hampshire, but nioved to Whitehall, New York,
just before the last War, where W. W. S. Bliss
wits born. After serving through it, hlie went to
Mobile Point, to suiibeiihtend the building of forti-
fications, where he shortly afterdied. His widow
returned to ,Lebanon, where her greatest care was
to watch the of.the mind of her only son,
and to train him'-fr. future usefulness.' In the
fall after he was fourtenr years of age, he went to
West Point, where,1 in due time, he graduated,
and has since become distinguished in the service
Sof his country. He was ever his mother's pride
and he delighted to honor her, as -all truly noble
men do Btt h'is -last visit, covered with -glory
won in Mexioo, proved the cause of h'e death.-
It was an event which she had anticipated-with a
great deal of pleasure, and she sank finder the ex-
ci.tement it occasioned. Of Major Bliss, as Gene-
ral Taylor's favorite aid, it may be said-" Like
master, lihke man."

sed to another and better world, where every
man is rewarded according to his deserts.
The noble example of General Taylor
sustained his men among their perilous
hardships, and no one could think of com-
plaining, after seeing his small tent, which
we should like to see reproduced, side by
side with the gilded saloons in the rue Ma-
tignon, were Lewis Cass, then Minister at
Paris, entertained his aristocratic friends.-
.There.must have been a difference, also, in
,the personal! appearance of the two ;-,one
decked6out in -the gold 'embroidered court
livery,.which Franklin refused to put on,.
but which Cass no't only wore himself, but
made all his couiiltryinen whom hlie present-
ed at Court wear, to please- the regal ideas
of his friend, that, Loui.
Phillippe. .The other, less ambitious, is
protlrayed in the following capital story.
,During tlie Florida campaign, a certain young
officer, after receiving his commission, was order-
ed to join the army 'in that quarter. His first
duty was, of course, to report himself to General
Taylor. After a very tedious journey, however,
through the woods, our officer, arrived at a small
shanty, called a tavern, about fifty miles from
bead quarters, where he thought proper to stay
three days. There -were only two visitors there
Besides himself. One of them, an oldish, shabby
looking man, with a black hat, minus part of the
crown, and a piece of twine -for a ribband, was
very inquisitivre, and, among.other things, asked
our officer-what excuse he intended to make for
his delay in reporting hirrsel' to the General.
'Oh,' said the officer, they say Taylor is a
very easy old "soul, and"I can easily make up an
excuse.' On going to bed -tjhat night, the officer
asked the landlord who that impudent, inquisitive
old feil.-w wi-! ? I \'h% ,' said the host, 'dent-
you know General Taylor ?' 'About an hour after-
wards, at midnight, the 'tramp of a horse's feet
was heard, making quick tracks towards head-
In 1840, General Tayloi, at his own re-
quest, was relieved by General Armistead,
and received a furlough, which he improved
in visiting, the New England States. His
gentlemanly deportment while an inmate of
the-Maveric.k House ait East Boston, is well
remembered by those who were there at the
time with hinu, and they recall many com-
plimen.tary remarks which he made after his
solitary strolls through the Tremont city.-
This was not Lewis Cass' style of travelling.
For he had Old Ironsides placed this dis-
position, and sailed about the Medileranean
at Uncle Sam's 'expense,' with his family
and a suite of uniformed young gentlemen,
whose conduct towards the gallant tars who
were thus subservient to a democracyic"
pleasure seeker was, if we mistake not, so re-
setted that an apj)eal to arms was talked of.
General Taylor wafis too valuable a man
to be permitted to remain idle, and he was
appointed to the command of the first Mili-
.tiy Division, which includes-the SoutL-
western I'roniier. Fort Jesup was: for two
years his head quarters, and the chaplain
furnishes valuable testimony as to his moral
character, for there was the place to study
it. In garrison, away from civilization, mnen
are seen in their true light; every good-.
or bad trait manifesting itself, 'and the fol-
lowing plain statements are golden proofs.
"General Taylor was two .,ears at Fort Jesup
as the commander of 1600 men, many of whom
were:among the worst of the race; in that fort,
swearing was as common as plumes; the very
moral sense seemed to demand an oath as.a test of.
a 'gentleman. The chaplain who was with Gen.
Taylor during his i hole cpimmnand, and saw him
under circntmslatices of Ihe greatest provocation,
1 ,, "I(,! an tatl i rrnm I-iq Il' t- Hi
principles and practTcein This respect are known
to the whole army. ,.: .- -
Gen. Taylor is a strict teetotaller. He con-
forms to the customs of the army, and keeps on
his sideboard such liquors as are drank in the.
army; but he pledges, his officers only tin. cold
water. At the close of a parade, it is etiquette on
thepart of the officers to call at head-quarters
and pay respect to the commander-in-chief. -It
is etiquette-on the part of the commander to allow
officers to drink his health. It has been Gen.
Taylor's custom for years, to pour out his glass of
-cold water, and drink the health of his staff'alone.
When he assumed the command'of Fort Jesup,
he found intemperance to be the prevailing sin.
Whipping, imprisonment aid fine-is lhad been, ex-.
hausted. It was proposed to attempt to reform
'the men. 'Gen. Taylor gave the chaplain his
'warm co-operationby3authorntyand example. A
change was seen at once;-and in less than two
years, more than 600 reformed men marched in
procession with badges and banners. Some of
them who joined, the army because of their in-
temperance, obtained their discharge through
Gen. Taylor, and returned home to their families
sober men. Somne.-of them are in good business
in Boston at this time.
Gen. Taylor is a friend to the Sabbath and to
public worship. You cannot judge men severley
who are in the hand of committees, as Gen. Tay-
lor was at-New Orleans on his return from Mex-
ico. By such a rule J Q. Adams, Mr. Webster,
and others 'must be set down as enemies to the
Sabbath- .a single act, over which, as public men,
they had no control, must weigh more than a
long life. It is a common thing for officers in the
army to take exercise on the Sabbath by walking
or riding alter publicworship. Duringthe whole
time he was at Fort Jasup, the :chaplain says he
never saw General Taylor riding for exercise, nor
so much as walking before his quarters. He re-
garded the.Sabbath'as essential to good order and
morals, 'and he threw 'the force of his example
fully in its favor. He was reguiiar and devout at
worship. Whenever the chaplain, preached,
whoever else was absent, Gen. Taylor was in his
-How different would be the testimony of
the chaplains who were stationed in the
"Halls of the Montezumas" during the
.Governorship of General Butler, the Loco
Foco candidate for the Vice Presidency, if

called upon to state how he observed the
Sabbath! If the correspondent of the New
Orleans Crescent may be credited, (arind
, Chapparal's" letters have a truthful repu-
tation,) the would-be Vice President, while
Cotnmander-in-Chief of our army, violated
God's holy law by attending a hliorse race on
Sunday, and" sank his official dignity'by
countenancing by his presence a part y of
gamblers. This gross act of immorality is
chronicled in the following extract, which
we commend to the particular attention of
those enemies otl Henry Clay, who pursua-
ded many good Christians not. to give him
their votes, because, as they falsely asserted,
he once played poker on board of a Missis-
sippi steamer on the Lord's day. -
There was a regular row at the race course
on Sunday. Many persons were out there, and
among them the General-in-Chief. There was
some foul riding or jockeying, which caused many
fights and bloody noses. A party of gamblers
made a race, and entered a fine horse, which was
the favorite with everybody, and everybody tried
to bet on him-some going as high as five to one
-but the favorite didnfi't win, and the jockeying
was so palpable that a row was commenced at
once. The stand gave way while Gen. Butler was
upon it, but fort unately'no one was seriously
hurt." .



OjnC The following gentlemen are authorized
Agents for the COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, and wil
receive and receipt for subscriptions, or advertise
WM. W. CHEEVER, Esq., Albany, Ga.
Maior. JAcK HARDMAN, Eufaula. Ala.
JAse. J. OLIVER, Tallahassee, Fa.

'HIon. E. C. CABELL.
Of West Florida.
Col. A. G. SEMMES, Alternate.
Of Middle Florida.
GEORGE W. CALL, Jr., Alternate.
Of East Florida.

Southern Literary Messenger.
This periodical has. much improved of
late; in fact -has regained the excellence it
exhibited before the death of Mr. White.
The work has always been a favorite with
the people of the South.
SThe main article in the July number is a
continuation of an able review of 3ulwer's
" Lucretia," a novel wljh has met the
universal condemnation of the press, for the
pernicious influence supposed tobe exerted
by its distorted pourtrayal of gross and un-
natural crime-a morbid conception of a
frightful combination of the woman and the
fiend. The article will be read with much
The Messenger is now edited by JOHN
R. THOMPsoN, Richmond, Va. :
The People's Candidate.
-We see in the Charleston Mercury, of
the 15th inst., a call for a public meeting of
the :Democracy of Charleston favorable to
the election of ZACHARY TAYLOR as Presi-
dent of the United States. We doubt not
that the call will be-heartily responded to,
and we have as little doubt that thousands
of indepenrdevriut Democr;, 'is ill i assist in the
elevation to the Presidency of this distin-
guished soldier and incorruptible patriot.
From every State we have glorious ti-
dings of the prospects of old Buena Vista.
A few Abolitionists in the North and West
raised their voices, at first, to stay the tide
of his popularity, but their voices and them-
selves, are now lost beneath tiihe over-riding
flood. It is a glorious sight, to witness how
gaiaaity tne olt tere-os-uwars-t--tne
Presidential chair. The wily old politicians
and wire--pullers of party stand, petrified
with astonishment, and see the flood rollon.
It is the people-the people in their might,
that bear aloft andalong the fortunes. of old
Zach; and a full, free and warm God
speed you, brave old soldier,"_ bursts from
millions of bosoms in the land. '. His laurels
were not found ou-the field of a disgraceful
surrender, and the good sword which he
drew thirty-five years ago., in (the desperate
and bloody defence of Fort Harrison, is
still, unbroken; and its steel as sound and
bright as the soul of the veteran who
wields it.

We have been referring to. dates, and find
that, 'at the time Gen. Cass was sailing
about in the Mediterranean, on board a na-
tional vessel, with a select party of friends,
all at the Governmnent expense, visiting
Greece, Egypt, Palestine, &c. Gen. Taylor,
with a select party" of soldiers, was tira-
veilling through the-everglades of Florida,
fighting the -Indians. Is it not a shame to
make a President out of old Rough and
Ready, the Indian hunter, in 'preference to
the courtly and polished Mr. Cass?-orful.
We doubt, if Louis Phillippe was on the
French throne, if he would receive a Minis-
ter from old Zach, after using his friend
Lewis so badly. -

was General Cass's father? and who .was
General Cass himself until he was grown to
be a man ? A black cockade Federalist!
S Whig papers.
"What if he was a Federalist?. It was
an honorable party in those days."-Demo-
cratic papers.
What then becomes of all the abuse the
Democrats have heaped upon the Whigs
for years past, because there happened to
he some few federalists in the Whig party?
If the federalists were so honorable, the
Democratic papers must have been vory
dishonorable in vilifying them. But if the
Democratic papers tlhus confess their for-
mer dishonorable lies, what confidence can
you put in them now? How do you know
whether they have gotten over their dispo-
sition to tell lies"? "*
A large number of the Illinois Volunteers"
served under General Taylor during tlie
lytewar, and two Illinois Regiments stood
by him in the terrible fight at Buena Vista.
We understand the word now passes along
among these Volunteers,-" Boys, the 'old
Horse never was whipped yet, and, d-n
politicsc, he shan't be beat now." The WVest
will give the "old Horse" an awfil vote.

Famous Signal Letter. that such a large and active body of men
We copy the following extract from the as the Abolitionists, might be deceived as to
Signal Editorial, as we find it in the South- the meaning of Gen. Taylor's letter? Look
ern Journal, a rank Loco Foco paper, pub- at the letter for yourselves, Floridians.
lished in Tallahassee- You will find it word
for word, in that paper of 3d of July, as We minight swallow the whole of Mexico within-
f.ti-.,,:. out being hurt by it."-LEWis CAss, in the U. S.

"There are questions approaching, % htch the
people must be allowed to settle in their own
way, without the interference of reccutiive pat-
ronage or prerogative. The old political issues
may be postponed, under the pressure of circuinm-
stances, and as for the new-those cnming events
which cast their shadows betbre-let it be under-
stood, that the path of safety for those who may
hereafter fill the Presidential office, i- to rost it
and let the legislative will of the people find ut-
terance and enactment. The American people
are about assuming the responsibility of framing
the Pacific States. We have no fears for the is-
sue if the arena of the high debate is lthe assem-
blies of the people and their representative halls.
The extension over the continent beyond the Rio
Grande of the Ordinance of 1787 is ,an object too
high and paramount to be baffled by Presidential
vetos. All that we ask of the hiighest officer
UNDER THE CONSTITUTION is to hold his hand,
to bow to the will of the people as promulgated
in legislative forms, and restrai, the (.rcuitive ac-
an honest administration of the gomtrnnu nt,
and an end to all cabals of a Cabinet-ALL IN-
TERFERENCEftOm the White House, I-ESiGNED
RICAN PEOPLE. If such simplicity and integ-
rity should guide the administration of General
Taylor, the North and West would yield it a warm
support and a hearty approval." -
,In the above paragraph we find the Edi-
tor of the Signal talking about interference
of executive patronage--interfereiice from the
White House, iDESIcG-NED to sway or thwart
the action' of the American people-restrain-
ing the executive action in its APPRoPRIATE
channels, under the Constitution, and vesting
in the- discharge of the executive functions.
He calls this an HONEST administration of
the government, and tells Gen Taylor, that
if such simplicity and integrity should guide
his administration, the section of country
in which theo Signal circulates would be
apt to yield him a warm support. Now,
friend, and enemies! suppose this letter had
been written to you, would these sentiments,
and views contained in it, have me&'our
"decided approval" or not ? If they would
not, then you are a Federalist of the very
worst order. You believe in-the one man
power. You are not worthy -to receive the
advantages of a liberal constliiutional-go':
vernment. You are fit inbiccIs of a King.
You observe that the Editor of the Signal
has his mind all the time upon the Consti-
tution. He never proposes any thing, that
is not to be done in accordance with the
;i"l-s of the Constitution. And would
you have Gen. Taylor to say. that he would
act in violation of the Constitution? Sup-
pose hlie had said, "'I do not approve of your
Editorial," then you would have said: '"Oh
no, I can't vote for Gen. Taylor, for I'm
afraid he will not restrain his executive
action in its appoprijateichannels,' but will
"'inftrfere with the action' of Congress
'with a design to thwart their measures.'
His' administration, will not be an honest
one.'" This is the way the Democrats
would have talked. Now, don't you despise
such low hypocritical trickery? We should
feel ashamed to belong to a party who were
.obliged to resort to no better arguments
than, "that the Editorial of-the Signal met
with Gent. Taylor's decided approval." Let
the argument stand. We agree with Gen.
Taylor, and if it can be found "under the
Constitution," as the Signal says, that sla-
very can be excluded from the new terri-
tory, in spite of ithe executive action ha-
ving filled its appropriate channels," then
we say let the territory be free. Gen. Tay-
lor is too shrewd a man, to be caught in
any trap, set by an abolition Editor.
If it can be shown that hlie decidedly ap-
proves of the provisionsof the Ordinance
of 1787', then the great body of slavehol-
ders in the Mississippi territory must keep
him good company ; for when a territorial
government was established over the-Mis-
sissippi territory, April 7ith, 1798, the 6th
section of that article reads as follows :
SEc. 6. And be it further enacted, That from
and after the establishment of said government,
the people of the aforesaid territory, shall be en-
titled to and enjoy all and singular the rights,
privileges and, advantages granted to the people
of the territory of the United States, northwest
of the river Ohio, in and by the aforesaid Ordi-
nance of the 13th day of July, 1787, in as full
and ample a manner as the same are possessed
and enjoyed by the people of the said last men-
tioned territory."-See" Laws of the U. S.
Listen to the following clause of the pre,-
amble to the resolutions recently adopted
by "The Independent Peoples' Conven-
tion," of Ohio: t .
And whereas, the Convention, styling itself
Democratic, assembled at :Baltimore on the 22d
day of May, 1848, nominated for the Presidency
Lewis Cass, whose recent and ardent friendship
for the Wilmot Proviso, has suddenly been con-
verted into decided hostility, v-v PRESIDENTIAL
ASPIRATIONS; and the Conve.ntion, styling itself
Whig, assembled at Philadelphia on the 7th of
June, 1848, nominated for the Presidency Zach-

ary Taylor, a large slaveholder of the extreme
but from his position, circumstances, habits, and
associations, must be presumed to be favorable to
its extension.' -*
You will find the above extract in the
Weekly Ohio State Journal of the 28th ,ol
June. Now, it seems that the "free soil
partizans" were far. from being satisfied
with Gen. Taylor's letter to the >.Edjtor of
the Signal. Why is such a difference
made between the understandings of the
people of Ohio, 'and the people of Florida.
The people of -Ohio are not deceived as to
Gen. Taylor's position on -the subject of
slavery,, and is it possible that the people ol
Florida are so weak minded, as to believe

This is one of the political doctrines of
the democratic nominee of Ihe Baltimore
Convention. It is therefore a fair subject
for argument. Let us examine the ques-
tion for ourt-selves, and see if "we could
swallow ithe whole of Mexico without being
hurt by it." Let it be remembered that
Mexico has a population of eight millions,
which is one half as much as the white po-
pulation of the Uniled States. Add that
population to our union, and Mexico would
of course give one-third of the votes for all
the offices of our government. One-third
of Congress wotul be Mexican-one-lhird
of the voters for President would be Mexi-
can; and one-third of the interest in all
political questions would receive, or be op-
posed by Mexican influence. Now, it is
well known that ithe policy of the Mexican
government in reference to slavery, is just
such as the abolitionists would desire. The
abolitionists and the Mexicans would. go
hand in hand upon this question; -and one-
third of Congress being'added to lthe vole of
the free States, slavery would first bie abol-
ished in the District of Columbia, a-nd hihen.
byan easy vote ofitwo-ihirds, the Constitt-
tion would be so amended, as to forbid sla-
very in any of the United States. -' disso-
lution, of the Uhiono'would be the conse-
tquence. The Southern States would form
an independent Repuihlic-ihe" Northern
States would be forced to combine and formii
a Republic; and Mexico would regain her
naitionalitv.- :.What then' 'would become. of
the treasure and 'blood expended in the con-
quest of Mexico T 'It would be impossible
for the Northern Staes ino add AMexico to
their Republic, and the Southern- Stites
would iot suffer her to be joined on to the
Southern Republic Any man of sense,
can plainly see, -that all of these reslhss
would he likely to follow.'a'q 0oo "s-,welTad
"swallowed h e whole of Mexico." And
yet -&en. Ca'ss gravely tells us that we
might swallow the whole of Mexico wilhoui
being hurt by it."-. '
Again, one of the principles of Mexican
.policy is the support of the Church by the
strate-a tax levied by law upon t.he property
of citizens to raise an immense sum of mo-
ney for the support of the Church.- The
Roman Caiholic'iifluence of Mexico, add-:
ed to the Roman Caltholic influence of-the
-United States, would produce such bitter
contenions in ithe halls' ofCofigress, as to
make us feet' that' Vur:fresent aihlolilioni dis-'
t urbances, were ofbut little consequence' in"
comparison to this. Yet, how much confu-
sion,how muchwwasle of time and ithe na-
tion's tnone-, and how inuch hostilee feeling
is produced by the present abolitio"n' move-
ments. Much greater would be the effect
of Roman Cathohlic discussions in the Na-
tional Congress. Do you think thai' Gen.
Cass is altogether right, when he says rhmt
|"we might swallbow'th:e whole of Mexico
withouti being hurt by it ?"
Besides all this, the Mexicans 'are repre-
sented as being the most ignorant, selfish,
blood-thirsty nation of illegitimate people
that you can well imagine-a sort of impure
Smixtureof Spanish and Indian blood. Now.
we ask you, isit possible to'mix 'a pinnt of
muddy, filihy waier, with -a qurt of pu.r.,
clear watert, without. making the whole
filthy ? Tbe-sanme result wouldifollow the
mixture of Mexico with-the United States.
Do you like tlie idea ofwallowing such a\
pult rid imass 1 Yet, Gen.-Cass, tie demO-
c ratic physician, thinks'I that -you coituld
swallow the whole without being -hiurt by
it." -Shut your eyes and gulp it down. -

it is, that when a Democral is heard ol who
is disposed to.bolt on Cass, an office-holder
is sent to attend .to him, or as thm;'y cnll it
'"sitting up with the sick!'.'' !"' *
This sickness is spreading so rapidly in
some States that there are not well Demo-
crats enough to nurse the imvalids. .

Letter from Gen. Taylor. ",
Tjhe subjoined letter- from Gen.. Taylori
to the Hon. James Iredell, chairman of the
ratification meeting, held in Raleigh, N.C.,
on the 9thut., is in'answer to a communi-
cation, enclosing the resolutions adopted at
that meeting. This is the first letter-from
under the old Hero's own hand, that we
have seen, since his nomination, and Is;
f therefore, the first positive intimation of his

acceptance: ,
BATON ROUGE, La., Jpne 24.1848.
;;SIR: I have the honor to acknowledge
t (he receipt of a copy of the resolutions
Adopted, on the 9th inst., by a meeting of
my fellow-citizens ofl Raleigh, ratifying my
e nomination for the Presidency, by the Na-
f tional Whig Convention. '"
I beg that you will convey to my fellow-
citizens of Raleigh my grateful acknow-
Sledgments for tois distinguished mark of
T their confidence-and assure them that I
Shall feel proud of the support of men,/who
are governed by such a spirit of moderation
in their political opinions, as thiat manifested
` in the resolutions before me. -....
- For yourself, sir, b'e pleased to accept the
f assurances of 'my high esteem and kindest
f wishes. I am. sir), your obedient servant,
.... ,ai, Z-TAYLOR.
. Hon. J. Iredell, Raleigh, N.C. '

would not respond to the -THREE cHEERS
given by the country to Gen. Taylor and
his armny. 'Oh no! Gen. CAss could not
thank the Hero of Monterey, without t'hidis
censure :-" Provided, That nothing lere-
in contained shall be construedint aian ap- .-
probation of the terms of the capitulation
of Monterey." H-adwe been Gen. Tay.o.r,
we should have indignantly saidj'"'Wo you, gentlemen-,' to keep your thanks:.
to yourselves." Where was the necessity'
of giving the thanks at all? Congress was
not called upon to Court Martial Gen. Tay-.
lo, nor was it the proper tribunal. Wly
did they not make some proviso about Gen.
Pillow and his Leonidas letter? No, fellow- :
citizens, the President and his groundliugs. -
knew that Gen. Taylor was a Whig, and in
a spirit of mean envy, they were afraid that'-
the Hero of Monterey would be buried in
your hearts, countrymen. ;

SMarble of fine quality las been quarried'
in Floyd county,'uear thile Coosa, Geor-ia. .

Gen. C'ass Voting to Censure'the Hero.of
Monterey :
You all remember, fellow-cit-izens, how
many hardships our little army on the Rio.-
Grande had to encounter avid"'overcome"
You remember thai Gen. Tayl.r was's6
hemmed in by the enemy, and hlis.-ptrovisions
were so nearly exhausted, that.we'al thbugbt
his whole army would be cut to pieces, un-
less he should make a. desperate 'effort .to -.
escape. He was in a perilous, situation. .
Theabrave Louisianianssaw his danger, and .--
they thiew aside their ploughs, thei-r yard-:
sticks., their sledge hammers, and their
tools, and flew to his aid. Danger after
danger was met and overcome by him.. At
length he was in sight of the strongest for- ;
tiffed city in The Western world. The Mex'"'
icans were expecting him, and had prepared-.:
ihemselves to give him a'fierce welcome. j"
It was a dark hour immediately before, .-this.
terrible battle. Gen. Taylor counselled
with his officers; and he laid down that--..'
night as he had done every night for two
long years, without any house to clover him
from the weather. He woke up and- pre--i
pared for -storming the city of Monterey.
All that day, arid-part of the night, the sol-
diers fought* desperately..; T'ie darkness,' -
overshadowed them, and they stdod by their- ;
.arms wailing for thelight to show them-the
enemy.;' The second day the roar of- can. ;-
nou, the clashing of'arms, and the groaus of : -.
the dying, told that -the work of death was ;
going on all that d(lay unlil the sun hid his -
face from the scene. The soldiers watched -
the passing shadows of the night, and listen- :..-
ing-to each falling footstep, lihad their arms -
dra% n, and ready for the enemy. Thefirst '
-.dawn: of light on the third morning disco-.:-:
vered ,theb'foe again, and fierce %eie the -e
flashes of thle eyes of enraged warriors a -w
they renewed ithe terrible battle. On, on '
hiley pressed, determined to 'conquer or-die. _
On a sudden, the enemy's white flag was
seen passing along the American line; -"The "
flag of peace must be respected, thought
General Ta.ylor. The baille- ceased. The
message from the enemy was received.
ti-eneral Taylor consulted with'his Gei.erals.
His at my supplies were found to be frdghi-
fully dimninished.,_Several hundied of oduir -
,bravest troops lay gasping off the field of'
battle, and tihe camp was filled'with disabled ;
and bleeding soldiers.-. was no ex-. '.
pectation.of immediate reinfo'rceinrrents or ,
supplies. Sania Anna was said to be on his
way to Monterey, with tWienlty thousan"'
troops,*,the flower of the Mexican army.
General Taylor wished prepared to .
give "-im, a warm reception. Gen. Worthli .
adviised Ge,. Taylor tu accede to the MNexi- '
can terms of cnpitul.ition as modified hy .the.
American Generals.'. The stronghold of the
Mexicatns in the North w-as thus gained.
The Mexican Army mched (i out, and our
army marched jnl'to"lhe city, i here they
were preparedto i0 meet the combined forces
of Sania Anna. General TaIlor pe-rmitied
the, 5iexican moiliers in Monterey to bury
their little cliildren, and their iirinocent love-
ly daughters who -had been killed in the
storming ofthe city.' 'Tas a time of gen-
eral mourning in the beantilul city of the
mountains. While General'Taylir's ieairt
swelled with sorrow for the brave young "''
men for whom our country had o in ouri,. -"'i-
his eye glistened with a pleasingly sorrowful
tear, to think 'how many innocent lives he-!.,
ihad saved in a city ready full of wailipng-
and lamentation. .
SThlie country soon heard the news, and
our hanks and praises of Gent. 'Faylbr a'd a "
his army,were uttered with gushing hitia.
and eyes bedewed wilh ears. Theswel]ing '. .
wave of praise and thanks rolled over the.- '.
hearts of lhe Ainerican people, until it
reached the Federal City; and 'here it
'ituid a re,,dy response it tIhe hearts of those '
true Americau patriots, Messrs. Archer,
Badtger, Benitoi, Berrien, Builer, Calhoun,,
C(ilamers, Cille), Joim M. Clayton, Tho's.
Cladion, Cormin, Critternden, Davis, Dy--
ton, Evans, Fairfield, Greene, Houston,
Huntingdon, Jarnigan, Johnson of Md".,- -
Johlnson .f La., ilangum, Miller, -Mbre-
head, Pierce, .Rusk, Siimtons, Soule,".. ..-
Speiglit, Upham, Webster and Wood-
byidge-33. But alas! it was too much
praise for those groundlings of part.v spirit,
and executive smiles, Messrs. Allen, Ashby,
Atchison, Athierton, Bagby, Breeze, Bright,.
CASS, Dix, Hannegnn, Niles, SevTer, Stur-
geon, Turney and Yulee-15. These men'

Kf\ BBLS Champagnie, forxsale by
50J Dec 30 ,. B ELLISON Co.

TN pursuance of the provisions of the Constitu-
tion of the State, notice is-hereby given that
certain persons, citizens of Florida, intend apply-
ing to the next General Assembly. of the State,
for an act incorporating them; and' their associ-
ates, citizens of Florida, who bay become united
with them for the purpose, by the name and style
of the Bank'of -Commerce"--said incorporation
to possess banking powers and pri-vileges, and its
capital stock to consist of not more.than $250,000.
-May 4, -" 16-tf
Wood Ware, &e.

B ARREL Covers, Painted Pails, Tubs, Flour
Pails-, Measures, Trays, Axhelves, Buckets,
Brooms, &c. &c. for sale by
Dec 9 1)r uVatci and Chestnut sta.

ALAD OIL' just reeeivedand for'.ale 6
Apr-l 17 ..l. H. F ABELL

~ -',..'Pile s "-
rITCHETT'S celebrated Spanish -Specific, fi
salebyv '[Feb-2-l1 P H, F -ABEEL.

BITTERS,' jtlstl receiAvedad for sale by
N,..vQI .1 .' J.-_C. ALLEN.
Tau lie rs!'" OA9,: "
F O R ;;ale F. % :' .

chi oo! Book"s. "
SCHOOL BOOKS, of all kinds, just rec'd by
.Nov 1 J. C. ALLEN.

gatWt JIo0tWS.

Drugs and Bledicines.
THE subscriber hiso and will
... constantly have, on hqnda*complete
assortment of DRUGS. nd. 'MEDI-
JH X.CNES, which he will.%warran~t .ua
and of the best quafifyi..-
Merchants and Planters'-i
to their advantage to call, e.xainie anr di
Clouds, befIore purchasing elsewvhere. '
-N. B. P physician's prescriptions phbt
care and accuracy at any hour ofrthedav oy
lMarch -2! Cor. Centre and Comrnerce s(s3

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S PRING and Thumb Lancets, just received
and for sale by.
Feb 24 H F ABELL.

Tlne Protection Inseurance Co. of
NOW, -< K ffe^'erseyio .--;,**,
THE fsiibscriber 'being appointed b ,,"ie above
T_. Company their artenL' Ifir this cily, is now
preparbdto talio Fire a-nd Marine Rik.s.
.'May 11, 1848. THOS. L. MITCHEL.
]. Tax Collector's Notice.
TA.X-payers ari lierely norili.-il thidt all taxes
_'-due the city mus-t be paidt by the time pre-
scribed bythe" ordinance passed :b.y (lie Cty
.Council, iff' ot the law will [it ?strictly enforced.
= '., C'ty Tax. ',.-llector.
Mr.-EDW.ARD McC('[.rLLY is my authorized
agent for the collecti,:,ni of "'ax.-; during my ab-'
sence from the State- J X F.'F.RITOiR.
:M ay 18, 1848. -"_ . '', -
Genesee Flour, GorAten Balter.
ND) a iifEi1i aunile ,., ('ll.EESE, 6;., zalc
by 0-F' E, cCUL'LY,
N1v 11 ^ 50 Water st.

Drugs. lIediciues, Paints,_,Ojlsi.
DyeSnUffs, P4erfumery, d;c.
B a~lllTHE undersigned returns.his'th'nks_.
''( ^ to his frfe'tdsand the public for t!heirM^
liberal patronage- and begs to-inform .
that he is now receiving an addition-
1 al supply, wfiicl6 added to hiisforner .
stock, render-s his assorfment'unusually% large .
and complete. English, Frebieh; Geriman and
:\nierncan Ditgs; Cosmetics; Per!umery; Glass
and Druzgigits? Glass ware, &c,., ,, are offeredd
to Ph\%icians, Country Mlerchants and others on --
the most liberal terms-allof wihieri he warranfe -
pure and unadulterated. ':"' i
H.-F.--ABELL, -
Wholesaleand Retail Druggist, "
S453 Water streeL ',"
Apalachicola, Nov. 21, 1.84C.-- "

mailer whether the result ot' inherent cause or
causes produced by irregularity, illness or acci-
dent. Nothing can be- more surprising than its
i,,i-.:,ratinig effects on the human frame. Per-
sons all \\eakne-s a.d lassitude, from .taking it,
at once become robust and .full of energy under
fts influence, 'It immediately c,:.,iiera.-t- the
nervelessness of the ilenrilo -frame, which is the
gareat-cause of" It will not be .ex-
pected: of us, "in cases of" so -delicate a nature, to
exhibit certificates -of cures pterf,.,iinted but we
can'assuare the afflicted, that hntdthedi of cases
-have beenh reported to us. Thousands of cases
where f(ma ilis l,:,ie been e/iildr,.n, after
uii^ a IEw b~tles ofthis invaluable medlcin&,
1 ,, r been blessed with fine, healthy offspring,
To' others-and 1Iarrieod-ladies.
. This ExL.,',,cL ,-,f Si'rai~ip 'iri h',- t,,,e exprc-lv
:prepared in retereice t.5 I'iri.die cm),l.inl?. No
female who lha.s r, ::.a ir t _, u i ',[ :,se .he? is- pproacb-
;i." plat.ctres-l r"eriod. .Thelturn t t lhji,"
-h[.-.,ild : neglect ato l'J;e it. as iX is a certain pre-
ventati'e for any of'the numerous and horrible
, ..t lii...? Thi period may be e,'. by uI vniLg this niid.cine.: Nor is it less val-
i iiei.' (r thii-se Nho areappr,:,aChingy Womanhood,
as-it "i calculated to-assist nature, by quickening
the blood and invigorating the system. Indeed,
this medicine is invaluable for all the delicate
(di .,,t-;- to which women are subject.
f t braces the wholesystem., renews permanent-
4ly the ridti'aal eoorgies, 'by removicIi 'ties of the body, not so far stimulatiig as to pro-
duce subsequent relaxation, which is the case of
most medicines taken for female weaknessand
disease. By using afew bottles of this medicine,
n, *,y severe and painful surgical operations may
be prevented. :
Grea! Ble-Jiang go ot lienrs and
. :Clihildrem.
It'is the safest and iirt,-, Veffecltual medicine for
i. iigr, the. system, ind relivirig the sufferings'
u(tendant upon child-birthl ever discovered. It
strengthens both* the 'mother and child; prevents
|inan and disease, -increases and'entiches -the food,
those ,wh6 have used itthink-it is iiddi'_pen.jble.
Ith i-:. h1't lIy" e.--ful both before and after .confine-
mr ent, as4 it preerti; diseases, attendant upon-
hfildbirth-in Costiveness, Piles, Cramps, Swell-
in-t'of the Feet, Despondency, Heaithorn, Vom-
.itiflS, Pain in the Back and Loins, False Pains,
. L'i...rr]age, and inregvilating the secretions and
' 1;-'i n:i-'the circlilaiion 'it has no equal. The
I--. .a baiitt% of this medicine is, it is always safe,
,il Ilie most delicate use it most successfully,
I). fev w cases require any. other medicine, irt
tIv,,-') a little Castor Oil, or Magnesia, is usefut.
Exericise-in the open air, and ligt.t oud \\%id) (hii
medicine, will always ensure a safe and tas.N con-
'Notice to the Liadiesit" "
Tlioh,-,e that imitate Dr.'Towns-hd's Sarsaparilla,
have ivdriably called their stuff a great'Remedy
for. cicf-.1 &LC Sc.,&e., and have copied our-bills
and circulars which relates to the complaint-3- oi
women, word for word-other men who put up
medicine, have, since the zreat successof Dr.
Townsend's Sarsaparilla in complaints incident to
females recommended theirs, although previous-
lty the did npt. A number of these Mixtures,
T .Pills, &c., are injurious to females, as-they aggre-
vatc disease, and underminethe institution.
Scrofula Cured.
This ceiez5ficate coius~ivclN, proves, that this
". 4 ir",f]| ri a -iia3-perfect .control oi er the morst ob-
-t,,,,te d,:ea'es of the. Blood., Three persons
,'uLr-.J in one house is unprecedented.
Three Childreun
Dpr;Townsend: Dear Sir-i have the pleasure
to inform you that three of my children have
been cured' of the Scrofula by th-a-use of your ex-
cellent .medicine. They _were afflicted verve se-
vereh % itl, bad Sore; : have taken ,,lvl fourbot-
tles; to.ol thein away, or wihicli 1 fedl myself
under great obligation.
ISAAC W. JR.AIN, 1013xVoo-:ler-st.
OpiiiiOUS of Physicia ,
Di. Townsend is almost daily receiving orders
" from Physicians in different parts of the U-iTi.n.
This- is to certify that we, the undersigned,
Physicians of .the City-of Albany, have in numer'-
ous cam-ei pre-3cribed Dr. Townsend's SaTsaparillap
.n! believe it to be one of the'most valuable pre.
para1tiosNn the market:- '
J. WILS'ON, M. D.,
R. B. BRiGGS, M. D. I).
3'. r E. ELMENCORF, M., D..
Albany ApYil 1,-1847.
.Owing to the great success-and irrimense sale
1. of Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparillas a n'tmber of'men
' who were formerly our AgentshaVe commenced
making Sarsaprilla Extracts Elixirs, Bitters, Ex-
3 tracts of Yellow Dock, &c. They generally put
it up -in the same shaped bottles, and some of
then have stole and copied our adVertisementsy
they are only worthless imitations, and should be
* a v o i d e d .S"e t S u
-Principal 'Office, 126 FULTON: Street, S.n
Building, N..Y.; Redding & Co., 8. State street,
'-Boston ; Dyott & Sons, 132 North Second street
, Philadtelphia, S. S. Hance, Druggist, Baltimore:
SP" M. cohen, Charleston; Wright & Co., 1,51
1 Charters street, N. O.; 105 South Pearl steet:
!. Albany ; and by at1 the principal- Druggists and
' Merchants generally throughout the United State.
" West Indies and the Canadas. ,
-For-sale wholesale and etait by "
.' H. F. ABELL, "
t May 25, 1848.: !9-1y ,Apalnchie01a.
e Agricultuiral Advocate,
.A .weekly paper .to b~e'published in Quincy, Fa,
"BY -n2 C. JUIrA.N :BAB.TLETT. ...
STHE proprietor of the QUINC TIMEs, undei
S the repeated solicitations of his patrons, who arc
, mostly comprised among the friends of Temper-
".ance, Agriculture, and other industrial interest
"of Society, has determined to devote his Journal
more exclusively to the 'objects indicated by the
nnew title he h as'assumed.
,t 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 rega~rd to-subjects.\ which he holds, of all oth-'

ers; to be of paramount importance. .
The cause of Temperance; the interest of
Agriculture ;'and home industry,: in all its rela-
tions and. arieties-will be.the objects to'which
- the attention of the paper'will be principally di-
reted; connected with these interests.
g and as bearing upon -them, and as influencing
n them, a review of foreign and domestic markets,
{ willnot be.overlooked.
3he importance of the-objects and'the aid
* which a well' conducted newspaper could afford
s them,.are questions which could not be filly dis-
g, 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
r-. The Editdo of the TEMP.ERANcE ADVOCATE
t- 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-
I ably his paper from its present size, and to make
other improvements, should the patronage steered
, authorize it.
Ter- ims oaf Subscription.-Two dollars per an-
num in advance, or three dollars if not paid in
Quincy, Fa., May 27, IS48.

Dry Goods .
T HE subscribers offer'for sale a:large anl ,iel-.
. sonable stock of Dry Goods, conlsist'in
part of .
Negro Kerseys and Linseys, ",^
White-and Red Flannels,
Bangups and Tweeds,
Super plain black nd i' anc\ Casameres,. '
Super English and French-Cloths,
Whitney Blankets, I10, 11 and 12 qrs
Duffil Blankets, 8, 9anhd'10 qrs. "'
Marseilles Quilts, 9, 10, 11 and 12 qrs,-,.
Dbnims, Kremlins and Cottonades,
Brown Shirting and Sh, eetini,.
Cotton Osnaburgs4 .. '
Cotton Drilling and Ticking, .
Linen and Cotton Checks, -
Irish Linen, Shirting and Sheet ing. -
Bleached Cotton Shirting' and Sheet-ing,, .
English, French and American Prints, :
Extra super, plain and twilled Ginghams, :
Super Cashmere &d'Ecos.e, '' "
Extra super Muslin de Laine -
English, Scotch and American &'o.... i
Satper Italian bla.;k and figured Sifk5, -
Black-Silk Cravats and fancy Hkl, fi 7
Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs, -:,; "'
Engzlisih and Ami, ican Cotton Hkfs, -z`-.
MAadra, anr.l V'erona head Hkfi .. ..'- .
Ladies' Cotton H,-i? and Gents Hf-hose,- .;
Staper Satin, Marseilles & Wolrsted Vestings,
Cot(on and- Flax Thread, =
Plain and fi,'d S\vi- Ja,,',--,net and Cambric. M u-311ins, ;. :'
Needlies, Pins, Tde.,-&. &,c.'. '; '- "
'Whch, have been- .4:lucited with- greatcare i'
New York and Boston.from Inmporteriaand' gerl(?
of Manumtaitircr, a{ 'thie lowest naiket rates, .and
are now o fered at wholesale or retailnfayorable'
terms bv y W G. PORTER & Co.
Dec. 30,1841'7 '41 Water streetio"

Constitution of the State of Flo-
Proposed and agreed to 4y -'he- third General
Assembly: subject to the- nation of the next.
General Assembly.
AN ACT to amend the 12th Clause of the 5th
Article of the Constitution'of this State, sothat
the.Judges of the Circuit Courts shall hold
their offices for a term of eight years, instead of
during good behavior.
SECTION 1.- Be it enacted by the Senate and
House -of R presentatives of" the State of *Flo-
rida in General Assembly convened, That the
12th Clause of the 5th Article of the Constitution
of this State be so amended as to read as follows,
viz: That at the expiration of the present term
of office, of the Judges of the Circuit 'Courts, with
,the exception hereinafter mentioned, Justices of
the Supreme Court- and the-Judges of the Circuit
Courts, shall be elected for a term of eight years.,
and shall hold their offices for that term, unless
soonesm moved under the provisions made in this
Constitution for the .removal of Judges by address
or impeachment'; aind for wilful neglect of duty,
or other ,easonable 'cause, which shall not be
snfficie,,t ground for impeachment., the Governor
shall remove any of them, on the address of two
*thirds off the General Assembly; Provided how-
ever, That the cause or causes shall be stated at
length in such address and entered on the Jour-
nals of each House. And Provided further,
That the cause or causes shall be notified to the
Judge so intended to be removed, and he shall
be admitted to a hearing in his own defence, be-
,&re any, vote for such' removal shall pass: and in
such cases the vote. shall be taken by yeas and
nays and c-rit-r~d n the Journals of each House
respect iiely? .7-
SEC.-2.,. Be itfiurther enacted, That the Judges
first appointed under this amended Constitution,
shall be th, ded t~y lot into four classes. The
first class shall hold his or .their office or offices
for the term of two years, the second for: the term
of Tour years-the thiMnfor the term of six years,
.the fourth for the term of eight years.
[Passed the Senate by the Constitutional ma-
jority, December 22, 1847. Passed the House of
Repreu,2,,,t.-tiv,-q, by th e Constitutionial iii-j ,rity',
J a l u a ry i lP -4 $ -
-. All Florida papers will publish, provided not
more than $20 i. c I -i ir^. +
,April -27 ll. F; :1 _- rn1 "

Franklin Circuit Court.
John W. Rinaldi, Compl't, 1
Daniel Smith and Lucy Ann In Chancery,
his wife, Resp'ts I -
UPON reading the foregoing affidavit, it is-or-
dered 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 the West-
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 a.nd Mary
his wife, of the State oft
Florida, James E. Bet'tner 'Bill for. account
and Ann his wife, of the and partition).
State of New York, and
Jane McMasters, of the;
State of South Carolina,
U PON 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 suit, and the filing ot the
amended Bill, be given in some ne paper pub- the Circuit,"fo? the space of four
months, and if, upon due prootfof the appearance
of said notice"in some neLkslpaper so published:
for the time mientioned, the said defendants do
not appear to ?aid bill by the next ruledaywhich
shall come after twenty days from the expiration
of said; period of four months, it is further or-
dered, that the same be taken as confessedd
-.against them. .
r GEO. S. HAWKINS,.Judge, &C. r*'-
,' Compl'ts Solicitors.- .
*;: ,A True Copy.: W1. VALLEA', .
'Dec 30. 504m .. Clerk.

. a Dr. Tiiownisennd's
\- ". W onder ald B0c--:, t: illte ..-..?.
f. .The mo-it extraor>dJi 'ry Me, hil ,, in tll e Wie,,rld.
This Extract is lint tvl 'm in i.irt B..ttles : ir is x
'-" 's time- .-cheal'r. [m'.-- isen r. ailld l .T'-ar}ite-e! *1l1-
. .poricyr In ,ny ?.,1,t. It cn, 'A I 11, ,.0.1L
\ .. Tv0r0iting, l,,,t' ini. i Mr.. lenin-,,r
:.*.'". ; d'ebilitutlii.: th P it-ieirt.
- : The great be' t,, s epsriorit I .f lli' 9.irsa"
" _" parilla over all ,-fher n ,:,,ci>i ,iie is,A that Iiie i't
--. '; eradicates the diqea.?,, it invigo,'atis :lice b,.Q\. ft
'i s. one of the very best .. -
,- -SP-11ING-AND.,SU j, E1. MEW -C'INEt
4FEver knewff; *Ait'f: o !)- prnrifies the whole -sys-
"' Iten, and -1trenen tir-i,? i lie' person. -but it creates
"- *newi, pire an ri .1d/ ." a ,power' possessed. by
ni other m tii .. A ii. I in this 1-ies, the grand
-S,,cret ,if its w 9 .vv r "nl -( .'I ces-.. ['t has '.-a i f, ,,r-i .1!
within trhe last five ywars, more. than 100,00)0
.-cures ot scs e re. ca.-es of disease; at lhoa.t 1.),)00
we're c',nsil rrod iniii..- M.:. 11t has saved.tlhe lives
,rl' m .t thai n ..,,, .,ah1,1.1 .1 ,.:n. doi ng Ihe, two past
,. .' sea30.ns.'* +. ..*... *
"'+ .0,000 cases' obf r(l M l et eb1itiy
-; inlWi tit of Nti!ivailS ii rEiengy.
" ." D -,-T ownsend's r,4' i|,i,,:ll, i-i ,,,..,Ii rates the
.. *" f le"srh-stenM per i-n] t 1.. % ",, l,..... 1vho h ave
.).;t tI e mnier Ma ,M..i.r-l\ 1 -,h i I -, ,.-i,..-_3 of reed-
S'eine-oTrinrficretion- commiited hil youth, or le
-- excessivesie ,nidhili!ence of the passions, and brought
i. l -a-gemeral physigcalIn postrati-on-o(f the nervous
.. *'y tem la- i'l,'k.1:. want of nni. I ri,,n i fainting seIl .
,at ins, pt'emaiture. d,.cay afi decline, hastening
2'' it w.ird1 1 tlai" ,'ft al 'l*-..i.,i,:, Consuinption, can.-be
a" r entirely re t'-,r-.t by this pleasant r i iip. ,'. T
arsarjiarillai. ffar sioperintr to n y -
- --Ilavigror'aliir .Con'din!,
'" renews and invigorates the system, L\.:,
.. .ac'livi'ty t,, limbs, and strength hl id tlhe e i-ii,,, -
la" system, 'in a most ext.raordiiary (degree.
C leanse and .1S r.--",!:1,, n <'' ii5 niii .. *cn be
*: cured.., BT.ouchi'lt'is,1'Cnsi~riptioh; ILiver Coim-
... .plain;t,:Co .Catarrh, Cough.% _-- tl,',.i; Spit-
....--. ing of .l )',, S..r,'hic-- h,i i -C hest,_H e tic
: l, h, N-ight ,M,. ,t. I it ,=t or Profuse Ex-
pectoration. Pa,>l in the $lt,-, &eCI-, Ira-ve been
'.- .' and ean \\:ure,"a.,
Spiting illood.
-..-:} / ::-- ,- New York, April 28, iS-741
.- .:".- ^.1T. Tawns.end-I vo'rily believe'that your Sur-
: tl-,urila'iha-i hoen.the'means., through Providence,
I.II i" saviignmy lil't I have for7eti:ailvi'i1 i- eji z;had- a
.. i 'bad-,cough.-, It bhe-,'in-' \.,i.-.e andyvorse. A1
:. ast~i raised large ,-,iarlianti .. lood, had night
: '-- ts a n d iw A s r -,,,,t i li', ir ti e d .a n d r e d u c e d ,
4 "'and did not expect to five. I hayre.only used your
.-?Satsa~parilla a short. time, and la ere 'has a won--
vT'ul rflm cbnge--be-Mwbsj .1, am now
bkle to walk all overr the'city. I.traise no brood,
a i rid my cough l,is left.'"me. You, can well imai-
gine that I a'm thankful for theseTresults.
.. .. Yowr ohedient'oerv'ant, .. ]+ +
... '. .... WM. RUSSELL, 65-Catliariae St.
.."/ ,J R oi~n;aniis| i an. ,' .
Thisisonly 01nn. nf (it'mre four,"th6us arr<1
., ;^ -- ^tmres, of Rheo-afism lhat Dr. rownse4A's Sairsa-
-'parilla ha. cred, T:. Tmo-severe and chronic
cases-are weeMly -radsicated by its extraordinary
,-. Cpmmins,3-,Esq-. oof the assistants
;-;.,' -in th. L atic-Aylm, Blackwell's Islandis the
.n~iemia spoken of -in the following letter:
": ..... Bl cakwell's I land;, Sept. 14, I 'sj7..
..... .".Dr. Townsend--Dear Six 'I h1v,.:tA. r,'., ter-
-* ribly Ifor ine'vear.; with Ihe liiut:,iisin; coY-
"; : :Sideia'tle of tlhee, time t I'ould not eat, -!l.,ni or
':v" -Iwalk. hadthe utmost dis'regsin-g pains, and
S. .-. t ur. iho bottles' of your Sarsapaitilta, and they have
:)- .x. @ 6e more thari one tthousand-;no11ars worth of
" '"'gkood. YQii are at libertyitb use-Ibis 1b4 Ohe ben,-
'". efit ofthe afflicted. L "
"* :* '-'*+ ". Yours, respectfullv, "- .
'* :. -. ,* .; JAM'ES CUMM-mOGS..
...^ *-"*:'..." ,Fever avd Ague. : .....
. ". ."JDr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla'is unequalled in
. cases of the Chills and Fever and Ague. The
".' following letter is only one~of hundreds that we
.-:have received from the- South, and- West- of'like
character. :
:. ,. ? Oswegp, Mich., Oct '22, 1847. "
''Dr. T,6wnsend :' )ear Si-r-I purchasedd flormy
.. wi't two bottles of Sarsapaill[AIbf your Aaenlt;
".'" Mr.- MdNait', of Rlalamazoo,"th try it for the Fe-
.ver and-:-Ague. Before I had finished the first
bottle, it appeared to wn-rm the blood, and every
otherlday, when'nthe Chills and Fever appeariod,
r thevi Were leas-vioenet; and -betfore she had fin-
ished thie bottle,, she .was entiirely relieved, and
". fthe was much. better than-.she had been beforbie
"* she took the Ague.. A' lady that had been Ve:
":' :.'ick with1 the' Chills and Fever, but had broke
''',* *'" them with Qninine, and- was .teft in a very weal<
1'' ., and' distressing, state, andi t,'ouhled exceeding)
".Whih the.A,ne Cake, seeing the effect that it- had
ontny wife, she, sent ah'd~prdctired a few bottl,'s.,
". and'it restored her in a few weeks to complete
S ... /'-hea -lth; Y o nr Sarsapat'il'la is w without dou ht, U '..
:4"' '. equailled infdiseases incident" to the West,.and i!
,-,,v '.^ou tlhink/that this communication will" be of us
"you areat liberty to use it as you choose. '
Yours, respectfully, -
.. .. '.. CIIARLES' U. SWAIN.
".... Canker in the MTonth." -
': Below'is 'an account of anotherr child ,saved
Dr"."Townsend'9 Sarsaparilla 'has saved them live.,
S, ,ol :thousands of children. The following" tw
.'. "-certfieate. eived this week. ,-
.. :.... [..,-. ,= Ne^ .York, A~pri~l. 1, 1847.
iDr. Townsend: Dear Sir-One of ny chihlrer
t :i3.{.very sick wi~tlha Canker :in the Mouth ant
-. :- - tiat, attendend wit .great debility. It ca~m(
har iyin. [ obtaineil scme Of your excellent
, ? inedlicine,' and it .cored it: directly', for which ]
suresue yofc I feel very gtatef~ul. "..

IZ'ABETH F-OWLu,.R,27 Desbrosses-st
.... l rits! Fits! Fits! ,
D- ~r.`T send, not having tested his Sarsapa.
llla in ca.eas of Fits, of course never recommend
S -- 1 it*, and 'was surprised to receive' the following
Fi6-m.An ihtelli'gent 'and respectable F1armer-it
Watchester county + .
F.ordham, August 13, 1847'
Dr-To~wnse:-Dear'Sir--I have a little gir
46.6i,,y' years of age, 'who' has been several year'
afflicted-with FRts; we tried almost everything
.ar, Jbr,, but without success ; atlast, although w(
fotladlirino recommendation in our circulars for
d eiiiike. h6rs, we thought, as she was in very
= ,* delicate health.; we:.wrtld-give her :some of youh
-'rsaparilla, and.are very glad we didi-for it nol
nly 'restored her strength, but she has had no re-
tha ofQ'he Fits, 1:4 our great- pleasure and stir-
prise. She is fast becoming rugged and hearty,
l, i~which wefeei grtetlul. "
". Yours, respectfully,
.' "- .JOHN BUTLER, Jr.
: ... Female IJttcdieiue. +
Dr. Townsend's. Sarsaparilla is a sovereign ind
speedy.cure for Incipien-'t Consumption, Barren-
i~ss'-fdtapss Uteria, or Falling of the IWomb,
oat.iveness, Piles, Lencorrlhmia,, or Whilesob-
structed or" difficiilt Menstroatior. Incontinence
,of Urine, or involuntary discharge thereof, and
tor the general prostration of the system-no

Underwood & Calgh,

AMi RESPIECTFULLY odert heir ser.
%' vices to'the citizens of Apalachi-
co'la, arid the county of Franklin
generally, in the line of tehir "pro-
fession. Having -monthly emn-
mu\nicatiun .with thbe principal
Northern cities, they will be ena-
==I bled to furnish their patrons at all
-+E tinmeswith the NEWEST AND LA-
_---- TEST PLXS'E.s OF FAMsION, rece i- v
f'lt monthlyii, .shouwinin ati a view the inpst Fashion.-
able .S7.tyle OfDress, which vill bea decided
adanla.e to a Ila L tionahle conitinunitv.
NN. l8. ( Genlit:mens-'lurn'ia .GO\oS and Eve-
ning Wr,'apiiers inde,1 t. order;' Cloaks or every I
det>.'i[.n.ii linvie in the ushi i l furnr of the daY ; I
lirallong wiin: I Iod Gait,,;s i ade in a superior
ina ner-; ,Ti ic Dr.,;sc-s-arid Bliys' uloilles ol
evtry ,.liesifripotin made in a neat rild f 'shio-nnble
*Die. Mll .1rentiis made at tllisestabfishuetit
u'~tirnit~hdIt .t h it. '"
(t'>Sholp, Se,-,'nd Stry Ballzell's Buildings.
-Entrani2ce on Lh ii'tiilil[ s reet.


-\ :.' :-A CARD.'.; .
Tr-HE Sub'criber.i lake this method of iiift-rin-
_L ing the citizens of Apalahichcla and its'vi-
cinity, that they have'now- on hand a very b nebat
and \,:ni.q?le,.'td Stowck (,tXGOODS, wIlitcll wil Il.he
s o ld l wV co0 ,1S i' ir ^, n, p .0rt a s I 'll ,-, w s: .- -
Cl,:,ths and Caasiueresi, ,aritius styles' -..
Faicv Pr'i ts, >1.\ .dp .". :
.-apaca L,.,iire; do. Ficurid, .-
Silks, Fr.t,& -_ Rviine, -. -
do... M ul ,f-I i.
do0 Satin Striped "
iFanc\ CR-,shi ,'e R,,bes .
-?do. 3 ertno do. -. "
d o,.:, Delaine d -do. -; '- *. -' "
: 'l~i~ iisIndia.Book l -. .
;-' .do:, 'Swi ss c L,,e and C ,,.d 1 -
E'1gin<,q, Lisle,'Cap and Thilread /
S ShawI i, Damhask Silk' .- -
:- do. Marinoi,- + .'-
"-:.: do. Plaid4Wool, +" -:.
+ Kid, Lace and S 1i> Gloives *^ *.-
Tuskan t-ipie' By ,iiin latest lashlin-'n
- l Ribbons i a all varieies .
Brown Sli1rl ini;, 7-89 4-4 -and 3-4-
.... Bleached do. 7-8/3-4, 4-4, 10-4.and i1-4,-,
Blanket3s-,6-4 atnd S- t :.I "- -
11 1T9railln ad Colton Carpeting .
'" Carpet Bags -
Halt. and Caps, all stNIes : -
Boots and Shoes
_Clothing ot-all kinds' ''
'Also a neat. assortment of A.IF.VEL'RV. a, Od
many other articles -too numerous to mention.
Cail aind, examine for yourselives. ."' -
lM. N. SCOTT '6 13&ROTHER,
Dec '2 Cor. WVater tand ('er,:r sts.
B. Ellison & Co, C'or. Water and

M ANNILLA!iii.lTT._-mrp e.:.rda,,i:- "fall sizes,
J. H1 1bl-,_iile. \v,,,inli,,r. MlaIiline. Spun-
yarn, (-)ak,,i pe, ''' ..)1l. Frll .:1,). \\'lhiil," ,Ii. O, iv1
do, Linseed dn' l.:, w ,I.1. B,,il t'l 1-1. Sririie 'T'ut-
peni,., Paint-', \ n\'i]dow ,_; l-,.. P[ WI"i -,:
Lead, Red do, Y. 1-Ib" C,- ,,,, ,"hr,-.m. irr.i,
-Emerald do, Imperial d6 Chrotnie Yellow \ V i.-
digris, Liiharaie. Soilphii-r, Bright Varnish, t." lpul
do% Tar, Rosin. Pich. Tirmp,,inefi', Co.l, Paull
Brushe?. V\tr ,,l-ll ,i o. T-rrd.., secr- b ,.,'. ,.'lin^ ,h-,
Larmp Black, IallC.hal \Vh-n'-,l1ir I-,ia ImlD,k Eng-'
lish d.i, '.,t'on ,.lI" H env\, R,-,\.ens ,J,,. f-ld i ,l,,
W while, bhie and Hed Bdn ,tn N tl., C'-',,trii r tl,,.
do Tack-. l i|' ,i'ke ]-, ,>oat d,,. Bladt, >_cr'yw -.
.laecle ,rews. Anchor;. HrndIsp,k,,k('? Ca pitali
Bars. Oats, l_,hcklt, hlive .lib. -I,,k-, 1-l, f il,
Puinp|, Deck o,,,.kei?, Cedar do. IDo-ck Broni-,
Corn ,Io, ('a',ilkni,, M-,llet-, Sar\i,, ,o. Axes'.Ax,'
Shelves, Hnok.ii and Th iitilhs, Box ook:, :,13le do,
(.in dn,. Colton dn. Bol( do, do:>, CaJlkin
Irnns. Matkin,, Iron%, Mnhline pikeq-% Ship Sera-
pers,-Bung Dippers, Cook's .lalpes, T.-.rnipnorF.
Didirr, Compasses, Sail Needlks, S,,til T ine'
seine do, Sewing do, Palms, Riggiz Leather,
'Pump do. Sho el.%e tntluels. H.Hamm.elles. H'.'ic Il ..
+A~t~gta s. Pl,\ne-. l-lendJnw e, tGitnhil t% [i a U t-au "
-F les, Rat Tail Jo, Iron Sl,.airtr-s, ('tlbOard L,,l; s,
. Stock ,.hn, Hooks and stlajle., I-lIn1 -s. P.,,ll,-0ck6 .
Wood Saw-. Pendant Haiilv,,hrd. l-[awl Lines,
Deep Sea do, Log do,-Fish de, Hand L-afl-_, Dep
s.a do,'Sh? ee t r Bihr do. Finir,,k'. L-.L nth,:,r,;.
Chilk Lines,.Piir-li Pot,, L io Book-. (".itr) do,
Beld~qnI. PItfs, Tin \are. Crockery, Carpenter%.
T.-iol? .':alup-., P.1-~,it. &-: ^-i.-;)., -
Apalachi'co~a. D.e. 9, IST r .
Net and TrTwine Mlann ,ctjrIng I
!,. ;" *;--'-' C o inli ; kny,. _
- .., -:'7 (U p S ta i l 5,) + } ,:. B O,) ir iN :

Ma,,i, facturer-i and Dealers in Biyani Pat-,iit
Twinte Stands. P.,:t Offi-e T\\iwill, b.,h.r,, an'1
Bundle Tline r,, in'.C irr '. ,..tti, He r' ine.
.Cotton eittu Twine,.Tanned..l lntaimir-.d..Flax
Herring Tiii., Has%-r ajnd Slhrid-l id-Il, Mach-
erel Lines; I-hI?rri,, Poh.igan SJd. tasq, an,,d
Dip Nets.- ,Oveinrhent Seines %%ith Ba-,14 Cod,
c-ler,',A,. 5lac l, ...had, and M elerilih ,i ei ii.:.
-. : B.. pi j'ets aldi Rtin,.,!. knit to0 order-dt slh tf
Inliln.: R1 ,E[,LISON t) Co.. .- ,,ts.
. October l-l, IS-t,. 310tf Apaijchic,,la
Groceries and Ship Stores.
R IO) COFFEE, Java do, St; D,',miiio do,
Northern Fhlor, \Ve.tern do; N 0 Susar.
St. Croix do, Porto R ico do, Young T\son Tea.
1-lvson do. Powchong n, Souchong d.), ( Goshen
Batter. (.'herse. Laid, Fa.:tcon Htni- .,de._ shoul-
ders. M,.,lAlt-,;.,. \V"hi.l. M c- andl Pliin., Beef.-
Me'-s and Priml, Pork, Mackerel. Shad, Salmon.
Herring, Sound.; and Tongues. Cod Fi-h Tonimues,
Pe 'per. l"p,:'e., r 1Caisoz,. Pepper Sauce. Olives,
Cars. P1cki,-s. Soap,, Siarcli. Toboeco';:Navy.
Bread, Pilot do, Crackers, Vinear., Dried Fruits,
Beans, Salt Raieins. Macaroin, Veiimdeelli, Ar-
row Rioot, Corn, Oa:s, 1B3,:k\ h,.ant, u.-taid, Rice.
Fur-.ale by B. ELLI.3ON &\ CO.
lec 9. Cor. WVaier and Ches-tnut ta.


Calhonur County Tax Sale.
BY virtue of the power- vested in me by laii'
YI will expose for sale, before'the C,,'t-home
d6oo, in the county of Calhoun, on the first Mon-
day of August, 1848, the following described
1propertN, ,or so mruchl thereof -as will pay the
Rtate and County tax due thereon forthe year
1847, to-wit,
The S W of Section 5, Township 1,-Range 9.-
N &I W, joining the lands of Stephen Richards,
purporting to belong to l-W villiamson.
Also5 theN W 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-
port ing 'to. belong to Win. Wyatt.-. "
Also, 80'-acres of first fate land, number not
known, purporting to belong to 5. &.B.F. Petty.
Also, 80 acres second rate land, number not,
known, purporting to belong to Jas. T. Evens'
Also, 547 acres first rato land, number -not
known, purporting to belong to Call & Gamble.
Also' 80"acres first rate land, number not
known, pinportifiz to belong to Saml. Parkhill.-
S IS.AAC JACKSON, Sheriffiand o
Ex-OJtlcio Tax Collectot C. C.
+.- May 1,1t84.8 -6tds "

"- ,N notice. '
HT HE late firm; of J. Stevenson & Co. having
-. been dissolved by the, decease of JoIsih.,a
Stevenson, all those indebted to the said -firn are
requested to make payneiit, and those having
claims to present thelsaine '-
The stock of goods'on hand are offered for sale
at low prices for cash only. L
Surviving parlir J4 Stevenson& -Co.
Apalachicola, May 25, 1848. "-19-tf

" O.:l.,bl-..bc 1 -1, i7. 3; G-6
0 A p-1 te 6f Fall and Winter Fashiions'.ljpu

.J. SPV.CcE.
T Second Str.ry Rallzell's Buildings,
(Entrarce ,.n Chest nut-st )
-N. P,. Wlalie*. Clu.ks and] Jemelrh' car'-eiull.
r.|i.'a]i,'eJ. *2 1.947.
A I H E N M-t -1 M
Bowling Saloon annd Bi liard
.oo. ][oon .-"-.
11F.7. propt- of of tile 1 :Al "iina" m RB,,wling
T Sal-.on'" ti&s ued eveiry f'rftator lo Iike
ilihe estahlidisi-ent all agreeable place of resort,
anlt is thankful lhat'an erer ,iiscrmitnaling pub-
lic pruvL- bN libh-ril patronrisre ifieni apprecialinn
I hi s desire to pleiqe. l-e. vill ala., keep a
choice a-,:,lm,:.nt of' Liquirs, aind ii reli'rehig
ev Ofe a sot l to tickle the-palal'. ot 01.
Baeehl'H -.' ir,.,.sf, l:,stii,_..u-i sp ,'n ; aiid O e'vsl r ,
>,,.,16- aid ,.lelici s. ''e'h I'rO i their nat11e bankC1 1
For a pleasant co it:nn ilinh o. 1t" est-rcie-.-and
airtsen,-n -l-- tti/t le cum i / -t hete-. ,s o noli-,
Sitlil tle ci-ircle of1_'ryrrinastio.; to co.,in are with
a v; ine.,.,f l>n.*pins'. but llh,-,r pieferrrii, les
ai ti'e antilenemelj;. can always tuAt a hund.
o i' ie oni:---coie ill." .
Ail.'lavhionl.. Dec. 30, I-M.-" 5,-tf
Apalalinicoia- l.xclnange..
n~a THE subscriber injlorms hi's frinl-.!
andl th1 public in lceeral, thrt lie hau ht ,
1Icome the Propriceor (.l "this above well
knol,, nu >iu, and, will be pleasedl enrerialn
an %; l h l1e travel ing cumtMt,1i., Ihat n.n\ ia'vor
lhi %%\itll, ltleir,-ad,, il'l also acromi ,m,.
date residetit boardlrs. The bar \ilt-d\as be
supplied with genuine liqtMrs ofllle t
lily. -.--JOHN--PATRIDGE.
Apalachicola, Nov. 14, 1S!7." ",
!ilJilary. Fire ca|bs. and-, i.we
..,_.Bnchet !Jia faenatOny.
T-[ENVRY T. GRATACAP-, cFoititues--to tmanu-
facture at his old stand, No. .3.3 Broad%%.y,
New Y,.rk, [lie fdllowmwrna aiclcs': Militarv Cap's,
Bells, Bu,'h and Breast Plate?,--CartricW'o" p,.
Knap,.,cks, Prnming "rii-S^ Sah'tmr Saddle
t,'l,;th-. H,,lstert Bridle-., Gun C.ases, Fire Cap!,
Pear Skin Caps., &c. ,c.
Mililar, and Fire C'oiiipanics about fcrmins(, or
CntCuiplaIte h clui.niig their Uriiiimrs cal l be
s,.pplited with Pat-tern Caps, by a,'liressiug flhe
above. at the slihi-tet, w.t tle.on "Ihe mi .-4 reason-
ahle I_-,'ns;" M aY 4. l1.l-61.
|in SACKS Rio, Havana, and St. Domingo
100 Co2,Cl'-eel'.)r sale luw by" -
De., "2: 1 E MeCIULLV.
., Ftor Saile....
I R BL._ H-tv, n,,w landidngfi-di ship Fl,.,i-
Jf ,wian. Applv'ylo. .
Der-21M3 .)N ([IRS'E. STONE'& Co.
,Lemionn yrppo
IB RAY'S sU c-'ior l.h,, s),ru_, it.ust received
a,,d tor sa? lI-.-,
Feb 17 H F ABELL.
SWesle,.n Prod ce. ..'
S.T. LOUIS Flour, Olito do, Lard, Whiskeyj
Sugar, choice and prime, Molasses, Pork, ness
and prime, Bacun, Hamsi, Sidles and Shoulders, Ibr
sale by B. ELLISON & Co.
D-ec 9, Cor. Water and Chestnut sis.

A LL persons having claims against the estate
Sof Daniel W. Faucett, deceased, are required
o present the same within the tim .prescribed
-by, law, ot" eie they will be barred of recovery,
T. H. AUSTIN, Administrator.
Apalachicola, May 18% 1848.
SIX months after date, I will apply to the
Hon. Judge of Probates for Franklin County'
for a final discharge from the administration: of
;the estate of Henry Beal, latesof said county, de-,
ceased. JAMES GIBSON. Adh,-'r;-
Aplachicola, April 13, 1848, 13-6m

SList of* Letlers
T) EMA1NING in the Post Office at Apalachi-
JLA, cola, on the 1st day of July, 1848. -
Aborn, JasA .Knight, Isaac :
Andrews, Thos Kilby,-Capt W W J
Anderson, Robt Leigh, John- _,
Allen, Harsis & Potter,_Lock & Forbes-
7a7lexanaer, Jos Lowrey, Lew-is-
Avery & Jones)- Long, Mrs Alvin B
Allen- B C:, ;'Luce, Capt'Henry
BL tI,, Wta :wlLeonad Van'
Btitt.. CaptAG .2 M.oon, John 2
'Bagqe, Wa-;hiiigton M1%ersGo
Burgess joh lMurbe, Th(.,c t*--
Brown, Mrs Manfie,,S S
By'rne, Christopher McAlliter, Cap[ =
Bowers, CaptB.B McCall, James ; .
Bullock' Alfred alIat, A.-
Broman. J H ifI.,Kidl,?G "
Baker,Wm in Markharn, Chas
Buell; David- Mack, Andrew -
6isbee,,Chas.W -14 Mela tanI, Geo
Bryant, Thos L- McLean. W H '2
Brown, David W "2 McCornick, John :.
Bo, James i res McNortan, Capt John -
.ftt.,E.P ., 4' Martin, Mr
Cornforth, CaptJ McKeen, Wmi
Cruger, N "' 2 / McCormick, Win
Cons'tantine, Erancisco Nickerson, Thos G
Crawford,bIver- O'Berdin, Pirse .2
.Cox, Smith C ,3 Orr, Capt Isaac +
Cason, Sam'l "". O, QHanlin, Felix- ..
Colbuoh. Ma'nley- .Plr,'riton, H .. .
Cooper, Edrnund Pindergrast, P
Conant, Benj W PutnamWmO 3 -
Crowly, Michael Penn, Wm .
.Chase, Capt John Preble, Capt Geo A,
Cooper, Capt J B Parker, Retsport ,
Demarll,Wm S PriceP
Day, Capt Warren 2 Parker, CaptP ... *-2 -
Dorham, Perry Pickett; H ; '2-
Doggett Jr. Sam'l 2 Radalorick, Efiza'
Demmock, Jas -4 Rainer, Capt
I'a1vis, Geo S Rhavmond, R P
Devon, Wimc`C Reed, DM.. "
Emmons, Morris -Regan, D F .
Eaton, Benj 2, Richards, S
Evans, Landon Rutgers, H L
Foster, Jas P Rockwell, J E .
French' L M Robins,;Judge J H ,
Frost, Thos Sloan, John
Foster, Wm Smallj Capt A L .
Flinn,Wmi Smith, H K
Foster, Isham Spencer. Cyrus :+, '.
Florey, JohnW "Sherman, E *"'.
Firley, Archer Stowell,EH '
Gagen R "Sweeney, C
Gray, M Smith, Samil
Gray, Robt Sneed, Giles:.
Griffis, R. Strattan, Wm
Galbrith, Daniel L Sehenkberge, B
Grist, David 3 Spratt, Judge -, 2
,Greer, Capt D ,Sarithall, Frank
Grearson, Capt -Scarborough, A J
Harl,'Jas Snow,J Mr
Hall, Thos Smith, Mr .-
Hodges, H, SmallJas -"
Hardy, Capt-A Snow, Thos "*
Henricks, H Smith, H-P.
Hanlon, Felix -Thomas, C
Harley, B Tyler, Win J-
Hodgekissi Thos -Thomas, Mr-
Hill, HUK 5 Thompson; A *J "
Hand, Miss Mary Thomas, Thomas
'Hickey,_ChasE Valleau, Wm.
Holden,;Job Walker, Wi -
Hartson, Wm Warner, Cap-f 2' 2
Henderson,Fred Watts, E P -' -
Harrison, Alien Williams, Chas : :
Jordan Wmi.. Wilian, Mr
Johnson,'London -Walperton, Lucinda ,
Johnson, J._ ; Watts" Robert G 3-
Irving, A Widgeon, I -
Johnson, Wm Whitman, PM
Irving, Franklin,' Wilkins, E S '-- .
Ingraham, John Williams, John ER .-
Kilby,-B West, Robt ; 2 *
Kilby;H "
-Persons calling for any of the aboveletters
will please say. they are advertised. *^~
JOS. S, MAY, P. M.

7 y'V BBLS Whiskey; 10 do. Prime Pork;
I .0 10 bbls 'Flour; 1 'cask Ricee
5 superior old Reserve Whiskey;
~- ... ~ ------ -T.--,T-hx-tlwOP-JHtriy--y-,---. --- ....
Now landing per s,:,'," Lohisa Sear's, and for
sale by .E. McCULLY,
.. March 16 .. 50 Water st. :

-DRAFTS on Ncw York, B.,sion. Providence,
- Plhiladellhia and Baltimore, bought;: and
Sight Checks ,n New York sold by'
Agents Bank of Brunswick,-
. Dec 30 -' 41 Watet street. '


B rn*.line<.
H.AIR, Hat, Clothes, Teeth, Nail and Shaving
&&.Brushes, for sale by "
- Feb,24 IT" -. -F-ABELL.

- 0 K BBLS superior Muscovado, for sale'hy
,-.25 Mchl16 E-McCULLY 50 Water st. "
School Books,


Cuba Tobacco Seed.
tLBS Trbacco Seed, from the most. celebrated
.L ,plantdtioes of th:e Vue ra Abijo, just received
from Havana, for sale by "- ...
'Mch 16 E McCULLY, 50 Water st.
8 JARS very superior'Spanish Olives, for sale
by k, E. McCULLY,
March 16 -50 Water st.

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


Aromatic Bitters.
D R. BLAKE'S Aromatic Bitters, jnst received
and-for sale by :r .
April 13 J C ALLEN.

; Seidlitz Powders.
1) GRASS Seidlitz Powders that are fresh, just
received and for sale by
ApriiM13 J C ALLEN.

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

. J

Letter Paper.
,10 REAMS fine Letter.Paper, just received
Jl\J and for sale. by
April13 J C ALLEN.
S.HEETINGS, Shirtings and Prints, by the
bale and case, Iow I... cash, by
Dec 9. Oor. Water ;and Chestnut sts.

iiuaVa Jellies. :
IN different sized box-esjust rpceived.from Ha-
vana, and I'ut s;ale by:'
Dec 23 E McCULLY.

2Q BBLS Whiskey ; li bbis Molasses. "
9 1 tierceRice,.just rec'd and for sale by
Jan.6 E. -McCULLLY, 5W Water st.
S11nn1. J,;
SCOTCH and Macabov, i' bottles andblad-
de-s, just received.an4 fo !"sale by', .
Feb 17 H F ABELLU''
Di,; Woodfruff's Wormn' Specifief<
A SAFE and efficient remedy '-oi "worims, foY.
A -sale by I IP- -. ".:" -" *
Feb 3 "' .:- ,JC.ALLEIN. '
The indiants' EMix.r .
A CERTAIN remedy for chill. id Iebver, for.j
sale by' .v.. -"' ,
Feb3 ;. JC ALLMN. !

C Kawor Strops.
HAPMAN and Emerson's Strops, just re-
ceived and for sale by
Feb 24 H F ABELL.

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IIC(fI)A, SA TRDAY, JULY 1.8-48. [NUMlERo12
S.' .,

- aiaIIii's iII~ilCrctOt'. Fisi hI;I:l1

!;",..:J, ,Uie s 29 r c o

S""Win.0,G. Porter Co.
-. -, ,/-.. MERCHANTS,
S"'"-'~~o o41-Water siree,
Vec 30 Apalacliicola, Fa.
:,A": B'a '. Nourse, I-1. B.SIonI, H. W. Brooks.
Nourse, Stone & Co.,
D. No. -itPW' rer w street,
Dec- lApalaclaieola, Fla.
<"" Lbeklnart A Vounsn,
*... -.~ .. ,J M E R C I- AN T S,C N
,, 'No. 3- Waer street, .
Aov't1 A-.Apala.clieol., Fla.
Hoarpoer A' ollll; .
~'.2./ J ......a i ,. alsoI, s,-^-.- .,.1. I '
:; ;X ,:-".r. nl. f the .. :: ,

..-- y ote C& YifV ie. I

-.-: .;> "' No. 1. Water street, ,.; .

::" 'W *ood Ball'011,
-7 OM M,. I SS.A. M K It t" H A NT S,
.;,. ':" '*OIrie'e No.;'2-A\Vate.r srr.l..t. U > -r.iirs -
; .411 [1.6 -I Ar.dala hi.l,, Fa.
i:r'i"A juVA 'WYLIE, W ai k. h11'iKNir.ZIL.
S!'- V,.ylie A, Ielientzie.
S... C-O M S 1 0 N M I:: R H N T .4,
w* : .'-.:-.',. No. 14 W atelor sreel.
N. w ;;...,i.l. 1ls Aipala chicola,Fa.a,
. ~ ~ 1 J. .4e ll e r.,
",...P rriiiatra tt i-i rt! i)'wd .1 i ;n upftafiily.
.:-., ';.'steamah6at and ship) zxI',..'." ,
C' ,r o, 1" .t,'; aNo. 49-Water street,
: N ,I. 14 Apalachi'cola, FiTa,
-."" -.;f H."F. Abell", ., '-
"' ": .'" ";" Zri*H-I tf' ?it,'):.,k A-- RlSY iL, '
-'* .*,,, of'IO S, GL,A.SS pe. C&',:&d.".
*': A1,w- -k ,E ,:r.drl a5.3,)rtmeint of;Statinery., r
L*; ; : of* r Ol C rest'alit and Water streets, -
t-'.:' ..Ap~ril t-I Ap)lachicola, Fa.
*i." "''" n ~i iljitL liiii . llie r',
Q 0 N. 10 N M E R C 1 A N T,
S '" '_ N'o.'4:3"XVater ilrf rt-Up stairsT, .
D"' ? 'D'e. 1, .S,17^ '-'*.^ .-\ A lachicola Fla. -
*^ ''. .. U..C Al.Ii ,, '
"'* :'" W liOllesa' dnP Ret ili Dealer in
..LA .. B 3 ll; [IlES,-&c-,&( c.
> .:*' ." '- 5, a 5,', .. "' ;
..(<.. -.;.2o "". J lf'ra1 an soi' it rnf :" ':.
..-. 'I)OK, 6l: N KS;.?TrATI-N ERP Y, &c.,, &c.
'- cor. otf Cliesi tul ( Coiintn ' .-ire-.ts,.t -
:' "- Dee '4 Arl.-hicl oir'o Fla
:: B..S, Uiawley.,
'. No. S Witer street, .
n"r'. Der Apdaihiioqa'. a. .
--- '. Avery & Jones,
.... .. <.. N Q. 43 \V,iicrstree':
<" "'. *-^ e D .SL A |i ~iI.t,.liit:,'1.> F ,). ";.
' -.i," ,^ B .rAt[N EI.I.I',,-.,M. V,.i.i ni AI \V ,:,.:;D ,
It. Ellison & Co.,
':,GO.MMI..'6,MN 01EhOHANTS,
*'"'.- .."" "" ... T ) 'rir \l.'t -rF t .. "N. .
-. .'-.I.N WA l'rI. BOOTS, SHOES; HAS. ,-
.;*. "."' -- .' CHANr)LE R.Y, ec. -
.Cori'Water aird Chestnut Mts..
L. .. Dc : Apalachieola, Fa.
DL, Edward, McCully,
-;'- '.-* ,: .No. J- Water street.
.% .-Nov IC'- .- Apalachicola,4la.
S"" .as F.'FaJrio, .
.-',4 IJR.4 I. RECEIIV'ING, FOR wA-pDINt ).
.,-.l6 : -'-,... No 0 W ater dfiet. .
.Nbv1 .. Apalabhicola, Fla.
f A"".' J.&s. P. MI'C. L.. G-U..TA-VF RON ,AIN.
.,.,. n'CnIla & RIoiiain,
.' :."'- -No. 9 Columbus Block.-,.
Nov. -18 -. ;Ap'aachiola, Fla.
S*. S. M.i-Nnctlelson,
S .. .. HAT., CAPS, &c..
...." '.... No.'l Coldrmbris Jql~,k.
S+ -.^ nudeeood & Caigli,
0 ."R *T-k.i a, S',< ,. '

: .-. .:,:. Apalachicola, Fa .
.,:".. 3Al' m'rders atftended to with punctuality
'* -Ard despatch. J" an. 20 ,
'u 'w ,-,;lh, 'N. Scott _& Brother"
: ATS, &c.,
-; 'Cor. Watei and Centre-streets, ,4
.. '....c 2+ : Apalachicola, i'a.
w.:,- : ;*'-" ,; *. ,A. Dodge) :
,-: _- N0.-0.Water Street,
".-'' Dec 3.., .. Apalachicola, Fa.

*.,* Simus A Che!6r4' .
Q-ce^*, OffeeNo..36 Water street.
y^' .-dec3-': "- ApaIachicola Fla.

* *" -", 'lolbprts, Alien & Co.,
., nd Manufa9furers of Tihn iron,. and Cop.-
"." y: *-:? >'. "')' ;erW ari ;. -
i'"-, ,Dec:: B .e 24 X*i^ palachicola,. Fa.
:' *-'.liaries- Qgers.Johnl4iin. Eugene W. Rogers.
*.*. *.'..". liir *R ogelrs A iCo., ..

'* ".-,". "' ^ tel.-s.ltreot, ;""'-.' ";'
:1 :,. c .2 Apidachicola, Fa.
v *- ... ; : +" .-.
"' >.-"Co.M-M1sSIO'N AND- PO R WARDEN .
..- ': '" ,: "' N6,'44 W ater-street,'-
-. Dec 2 "'- -' Apalachicola, Fa.
''. N. McK^Y, N .> RopBINS. CHAS. PRATT,
-'/*,: -,"-*--IA. N- :IBKay' i Co:.
F ^*i. N.- -Nd40 Water-street,
e'"; 'Ield15 i .' Apalachicola, Fa-

JER ,dI.\H D.\ %..-. i J. L_.'v;.
J. Day & Co.,
No. 52 \ a\'i[ ri -11,.-t.
loce 2 Ap l ,t:lii.,la. l,;
.'- .\iA ents for LL n k ; al-o. ,\'-,rn I|,r ih.?
"" -:i a fiia _-,iira ii:e Co. "'l(he ""Pro (r.ei-i,>.!l I nriu, nir',"
o." anid [lieh llartoid lnsiui tii,. C(o." ll,;lur,
J. I. v J.I fVl. iiI.
No. '1- \V W oi .-r -tri',-:..I .
Doc 1-2 APA\L.\A; i. 1 '1i. \. F.%

__aiH'fc.m'.mi0tl 2gottfcr.

C- May be ".iuin t his -residence, corner of
.Cc-iit,'o alnd High.streets, opposite the Mansion
house, ; Nov S.
W. rll. l)ivi-o,,
Offers his services to tlle lul 1u -1 i L1 !her oPthe
, i -'. -' + above i.'., ,Jl. iih:s.: S ., -.
'Hewill practice i,-giil.1rl. in franklin Cal-
Ir'1111 .ii-a'Jac'ksonCir'-iliii Courts- and ,'ill. i.[)on
a-s|>e 'i:l r.-ijii r, act as Counsel, in any Clourt
of the Middle or Western Circuit. lie will ,1-..,
argue case-s in the. Cor.t of Appeals at T6llahas-
see, the sessions t-4 which. he wilr ,i!\'.',\ be
present at, unless prevented, by accident, -.
Apalachicola, Septenribei I, l,,i. -
~A. (i...( Ill J~it'S,.
-r T tIU NI 1-: X AT L A\ AW.
(- Office, N'o. '2 ('u,/,#. 'S;,,n i '' ilium/ding,
S cor. of-Centre -& ti.niniii-r,' i,....
:riov5 .- Apalachicola-, Fla.

THE Copartnership, .heretofore. existitig be-
Il\\eu-n the subscribers, under the fiii 't D.
43. WOOD &. CO., expires this d4ay. Ti- niiir-
oli the concern 'wil-be ii.iiil:tld ,\' N. J. De-
hilois. .D. B. -WOOD,
- ... lnu k* N. J. iDEtIL.iIS.
A .-A|, April 3., 1 8.'
Dir. lWoodl' *lll's D).sefut c'oy ('or-
" "S'. -. -' .dial,; .
TOF- Diarrhhea, Dyseritairy, Choleia MIIli.
I'Cholerai Infantum, and strmmner csint~l,,r ...t i
children, for sale by -
- Feb 3 : ,. A C ALLEN...

ii hi',,|) 'illI I. .
BULL'S, Sand's, Bristol's'and Bailey's com-
pound fluid e\xrct of Sarsaparilla, just re-
ceived, and for'sile \ -. : .
Feb17 ... I H F ELL..
Dr. Woodruff's Aitiiillloiis Veg-
etable Life PilHsi
FOR sale by ;'_.
F 14eb -8 J C A'LLEN.
.' Ognabalurgs.. r
I R BALES Georgia Osnlaburgs, on' consigin-
101 nment, tor sale by
Dec : J. DAY & Co.
Wairra ted to C.'-'.
i- OSTER & COX'E'S genuine Southern Tonic,
-. co6mpounded from meli6ines of onr own
fore4s'ts, a perfect aand lasting cure for .fever and
ague, and tfor being the best I, .' in cases ,ot
geftieral debility or .weakneSs now kno'.,, t'. u ale
:.1.: -[April 7]. H tF A., FI.L.
SE EID1LITZ, Yeast, andI Soda' Powders of thle
_ best quality, for sale by
SJuly 17 Y < .. JC ALLEN.
yardage for Cotton.
'OOM .for 30.Q00 bales in-lower Cottoh Yard. -
ll -Apply to "
--Feb 24. N J DEBLOIS.

-" Vinegar. .
A PFEW bbls pure Cider Vinegar, "for sale low
by.. E. McCUfLLY
-.Nov 11 50 Water'st.
azors. : "
W A DE & BUTCIHAR'S and Rodgers & Son's
V superior Razors for sale by '
SFeb 24 I H F ABELL.
S. C'oopern" Isinglass,
TUST received, and for sate by
May 4. :.
henry's ,Maugiesia, -'
TUST received and for sale by -" "
SFeb 24 ,, F ABMELL.
BITTERS, just 'received and for sale by "
-Nov ". H. F. ABELL, Druggist.
.'ownsend's Sarsaipariilla,
STJST. received, and for sale by
_-Aprit 27 H. F. ABELL
Irish PotatOes and Oniouns.
A FINE article for sale by ,I
Nov11 E. McCULLY, 50 Waterst.

Liverpool Salt,
'IPtR sale h by

T, Dec 30 B ELLISON & Co.
SWEDE Iron,'Scotch do, Weeding and Garden
'Hoes, Blacksmiths Bellows, Cotton and Wool
Cards, Spades and Shovels, Cauldron arnd Suaia
Pans, Ploughs, &c. &q. for sale by
Dec 9 Cor; Water and Chestnut sts.
Salad Q1il.
TUST received-, per brig iVanhattan, afewcases
:J of Salad Oil, that is.good. J. C. ALLEN.

SPrestonWs Extract of Lemnon,-
FOR flavoring Custards, Sauces., Jellies, &c.
For sales by C :-J-. ALLEN.
May 4.
"FIRESH Fall Crop, for sale by v -
S' April17 "' H. F. ABELL.
H avaina Segi m. --.
On ( HAVANA SEM'ARS. eontain-
90.J0J-0JU ing an a.-.rn',n-.ul *,.l the "Pro-
bidad,'s "Cabanas," "Minerva," "'Britannia,"
'"Ppxitugs,'" and other choice- brands, now land-
ing per schr Ann Maria, frorn F'Havana, for sale by
Mch 16 'E McC-ULLY, 50 Wafer st. :
Thitnsomuiaui itedicines,
IUST reeeived and for sale by -
;,c. Fel 63 8 J. C.. ALLEN.
Bose Water.
A FRESH supply of ,English and French Rose
L Water, just received, and for sale by
April 27- H FABELL.
Q UININE,. Camphore a.nd Piperinec, !ust re-
Sceivcd and for sale. by -
April 17 H.- F. ABELL.

I _I

add thliat our object in recurolfing to theh-f.
here is simply to mentionii that, remembering
.alike the wintry dill- and thei snug book
*ropomi, Taylor's hardihootd-the jdea of which
now so readily attaches to his sobriqutet of
Rough. and Ready-would certainly'no 6t
then have struck a'stranger as more. eharac-
teristic 'ihan his liberal-niioded intelligence.
" In 1832 Taylor was promoted to the coom-
mand of the 1st Regiment of niutuiiry, a
part of the Ioico under Geoei-al Aikinson.
which was ordered agaiinist the Saic lndians,


TilE LIFE (_OF Z 'UIA lV- T.II()I.
The W1hi C andilate Ioer lie I( -icline..
BY P N: IN i.i 1.-I Piu)t)lu '.

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composition is linot his own, the sentiiments,
'mtives and feelings are; and every thing he
Says, as every thing he does, is marked by Ihe
-puirity'and i..l'-i,,. of his own .1I.s 1 ."7-
General -Per?-iftj-r Smith, an out aui
out Loco Foco." -

Renionstrances fromni officers and civili;ins,
setting forth ithe great injustice which had
been done to Capt. Ta.ylor, lhid their desi-
red effect, and hlie was reinstated ii his for-
-ier well-earned rank by Presideiii M .li.',,.,
in 181[6, though it is said that-notihing but
the sitii.nmj ph.'isiia-i,.ii.. ,f those friends who
hil l\meii-,.l ithemni-rI-'l -;so' strenuously in
his behalf, could induce him to-leave-his
happy honie for 'the. Jented field. Afier
eommnianding thile post at Green Baiy fdr two
years, lie joined, ithe Southeern force under
Col.R'ii-Itel, where hli remained until, 1824,
with. the exception ofCa visit to his-.wife,
when she was ,I.,ni,-e0.,iil ', ill. The erec-
tion of Fo-rt Jesup, the cojlstruction of a
military road, and otlier iinporta6lt duties,-
%%ere performed in a-manner whichwon for
Mai jir Tna lor Ihe aprprobatfion. of ,hiis supe-
riHi officers, hliile his .subordinates idolized-
hii4or ihlilinouidh .( ii , exact in re-
.uqnrlg a Iniltil performaInce of their du-
ties, he treated therm Wi'ith fatherly kindness.
One day, 'at Fort Jesup,. a carpenter, who
had been sent to fell a tree, thought that as
the weather was warm nhe would indulge in
a nap, from vi'whch he was -1, ike,-i] ly the
ringing of an' axe, wielded in true back-
woods style.- Sti,-iii to his feet, 'h-' saw
to his anAzeiment that. his commanding offi-
cer had nearly performed t-he ltas-k whic-h he
hail neglected, ;and I. i i. stamirmer fo-ibrth
ain exctie. Nt.ii:,i li,,., my main," said
M aijor '[ulor : passing ,i,,'-i~l,'iirlllv, 1
saw you asleep and knowing il I.i itlie Leu-
.tenant who is on his way here with a parry
to carry .this log to hile fort, w. ould report
you for ne -le:eel of wonrk,I have saved my-
self the. disuugree-,li,.: duly of i ,,-ii you
to be put i-n irontrs. But --iiiid-dooi0' do so
again.'? .
- DeservedLypopnInar with hia inen, Major
Taylor had but to :lvti.i-iiefrULc_UiL4..-5-l
any pla'cein the XV 7i-io liicui ii i dl, tii ul hU -
dreds flocked to his st:uition ; butt alihough
lie might have reiinained in the recruiting
se'rvicee for years at Louisville, near his fa-
nuily, he was not willing lhati his naine'
shouldI be thus used( to entice mien into tlre
.nirny. i ho might be ill tIrenied by thce offi-
cers of thelie.,inim,-1- "to 0Whi cIrh ih-y would
be.-detailed. In 1'z h' waas minade Lieut,
Colbnel, and -alter (.i iii ,', m,.ilii]. several of
the frontier posts which, mark il. tV Wesitern
limit of civilization, _was ordered- to -\Vash-
ington, to sit "as a member of .a IBourd of
Army'a tiid Miilitia Officers, convened by the
ec.rei)iry of-War, to pro)rose a system for
organizing the militia of-tihe nalioin. Gen.
Scott was Presiileilt if 'tbhis _comniissiori--
the nilemibers were B tilii-'i Genrleral Eustlis,
Lieut. Colonel T1 hlor, I'eui. Colonel Cut-
:ler, and Major Noui-e', of the regular.ser-
vice ; aimd Mhjor Gineral Cadwalader, Ad-
jiilant (enerid Daniel, andd Adjutant Gene-
ral Sinmner, of-the iiliti.a-. Some, of the
older officers wished to I ecpI a portion 'of
the militia (or thet sutislit I m- in constant
service, but Lieut. (olnr,- 'l':iylor opposed
this approach to a .ti,5i-ing army, taking
the ground that.the militia was an)nstitution
for the defence of homes and firesides, and
every all?-bodied man- should be in a state
of readiness to act in"thbe hour of danger.
He drew up an able report, which.was final-
ly adopted by the Board, and approved of by-
Colngress, though the bill based upon it
still slumbers in the room of the Committee
on ,the Militia, who seem ,to: forget, tle
maxim of Our peter ?palrie-- In time of
peace prepare foir war." '
For the ensuing five years Lieit. Col.
Taylor was stationed on the North- Western
frontier, where lie occupied the leisure
hours which a soldier has in piping times
bf peace," by a course of study which will
be .of great-advantage to him in filling the
first civil office in the narion, to which ad-
miring thousands -now invite him. "As
plain Lieut. Colonel Taylori" says one who
then knew him, "I have often seen him
putting his men through the b.atcalion drill,
on the northern banks of the Wisconsin., in
the depth of February. This would seen
only characteristic of the man, who has
since proved himself-equally Rough and
Ready," under the scorching sun of. the
trolpics. But, looking back, through long
years, to many a pleasant hour, spent in the
well selected library of the post, Which Col.
Taylor then commanded, iwe recur now,
with singular interest, to the agreeable con-
versatious, held 'in the-room whiich was the
Colonel's favorite resort, amid the intervals
of duty.. And the salne chronicler (of his.
severe habits of discipline and study, conti-
cues:' Nor will the reader (Ih'wk these per-
sotial reminiscences inmpertinent, when we

l-',iini ,ii ,Jp I 1) N I ick 11,i l k, l% ,) had l ic nin-
ililil n 'ilie icl l sM e.''age lei cile'i Alierl
ilir'.iiiiiL: l lii< l edu ibhl )1; ,, ? 1 C ihi f ihii n.-l nall
1iiost In abie% ildo'nvf-,,. Ih-em' .i ier-
ik, on -iinhe Bad Axe." iC:i tilte .junclion
I ihl., L i a-.".,iI.i II au I 11:,, ir (d ; rli :r :i I s.
It'ra li. .i liii. eiiirelv i deic;iild., rl;i'l
Iihk e-,',qjecId, buil t ,is dleli ieled iil) i ;i
In u 't l>- I)v s,)On e Iilil-s ;,llros, hlld eu-
tvicil'd I Ohe cli.iive oi' ('C l. ''.iylor, w iho
c.ii',. ,l lil in .- Ii;' isoi -.1litcks. lThe
k'ilei Iroln %h(iini \e h;,\c qiiilted above .
HIdiI,_-, I lie I'ibll\" Iln;; i-liii',icleriqliL *lli nt:c .l u lt
,I,1' h. ir, \ hile in li np i.tiit l I lir s,iveAVW, :
ieo litime after Sliliuia's delcmti, by
Bhck -Iawk's band, Taylor, marching with
a tirge huldy. of volniuteeprs and a handful of
'o,?l,':,, in pifrtstit of th- .hostilel1ndian
force, found himself approaching ,Rock Ri-
ver, then asserted by many to be the true
Sii Ml v Ii.sic 1n .1innli V of ]]liiu;(is. TlhIe
A-',l u I i :r-, aI T.Iil;', a "ia.iif,)i iiiedJ, would
refuse to cross the stfreamn. They were mi-
lilia, they said, c AljedI, i for- the de'feice of
the Slate,- and it was unconstitutional to
order them to. narch beyond its frontier,
into inie [ndianm country. T:iylor, there-
upon, halted his coinmand, and erir-ai,'l'd
withinj-the ,w kitu) ltd.'il Bouudai-.s ,-,t Illi-
nois. i-he woul4 nol,-as the relator ofr.the'
story -.ii1. hiil_,i. an inch further, wi;liul
-o'iders. Head already driven Blal Hawk.-
out of the State, but the question of cross-
,Jing Rock River seemed hugely to-tiilhile
his ideas of ie-.'i iv tio the coi:r il tint on
one side, and military epi>ed'.lii., o.n .the
other. During, the( night, however, orders
came, eiIfle-r I-oni, Gen. Scott or (
Aik inson, foIb him to foliow:u)p Black HI.,ik
tuoilie last. The quietness of' the regular
volonel, me:in\hile, had. rather'encouraged
ihie iiitinons i militia to bring their proceed-
in Is I,. .1 lii-:I. A sort of town-meeting wvas
called up.on the prairie, and Taylor in.vited.
to attend. After. listening some time, very
quietly, to the |i oce.i iii.s. ii became Roelu'h
and. Ready's Iturn Io ai.l-dres the chair.-'
"He had heard," he said, "with' much
pleasure, the views ivhich several spreaKi r-
had expressed of the independence and dig-
fnity of each private Amnerican citizen. He
felt that all geiiilei -l ei ie presentw.ere
his equals-in reality, he was 'persuaded
that many of them would, in a few years, be
his Miieiiois, hiand perhaps, in the capacity
of members of congress, arbiters -of-the for-
tune And reputation of huILble sc-itants of
the republic, like hi.mstit. lie e lu,,.PeI
then to obey them- nasp iii,.ilreiers of t-hea
will of lie peopleI; and :the best proof-he
could give that he would obey them. %i',
now to observe the orders of lhose hlioni
the people had already 'put in the places of
animheriiv, to whie'h nian y gentlemen around
lihn--jT .'fy'1_ ti-lr' ', iii i'.',, it ir. _n .Fr, -i- r,-'-
I Ic men aiil fellow-cilizens, ihe word ha-
been passed on to rme-, frin Washinoton, to
follow Black Hawk, and to lake you with
me, as soldiers. 1 mean to d bo th. Tlheie
are ihe fla't-boats, 'drawn u-p -on the shore,
and, here are Uncle Sam'-; me.iml, ii ii
behind you on the prairie.'" T h is I nn -,
wvas plain eniiugh'. nI,1 produced the desihed-
effect. Unlike most., daring spirits, -Gen.
"i, l.i, si-,r.ns to make, it a rule to first
'"Be sure you're ri!,i-ll,., go ahead."
.Tlhe Blaek Hawk ,War' terminated,
Col. 'Taylor was ordered to'the .commIand of
Fort Crawfordnear Pit:,i i(' diu ClhienIWhiceh
had been erected under his ,lteiiiitiil.
ence. For several years he held tlie Ites.
ponsible post of'Indian -Agent,.in which
(' 11' iy) he won the respect'and coifidi'ice
of the tribes placed 'under his cae', h.uih.I
ing fill sellers of '" fire water" (whiskey)
after destroying their poisbon, aiding the
missionaries in their work ot christian jove,
arid showing an honesty, aiid good faith,
which untfortunately'has not :characterized
all those who had. the, dliirst-meini of the
fnntis which should be paid to the red mian,
as a paltry recompense for the.home of his
fathers. The biographers of Lewis Cass
state that When he crossed 'the Alle.lianv,
he li:dl but one dollar i hi, l pocketr-yet it
is well known, lhat in a few years hlie was in
the p-,'-,.L'ii of a coHlossal fortune. The
fees of a country attorney in the far West
are not large, arnd when once we asked. a
Western mran how Cass could afford to
lavish money as lie did -when aping nobiliiv
at Paris, he replied with si-,,iiii,.iM t wink:
-Oh!, lie was an Indian A -ir.t. Light
come, light goes,', The honest- name of
Zachaity Taylor has never been stained by
the breath of ihe slightest reproach, for
like the Roman matron he is above sus-
picion." -
In 1832, Lewis Cass, then Secretary of
War, procured the passage of a fraudulent
treaty with the Seminole Indians, by which
They were bound to emigrate West of the
Mississippi, though it was never signed by
Micaropy_ arid other iill~in-i ial chiieil, who
had governed the tribe for yeaiss. Not ha-
ving: been parties to this plan'for obtaining
heir hunting grounds,.tley would not leave,
and Osceola indignantly exclaimed at the
next council, as he drove his scalping kbife
.into a table, this is the only treaty I will
execute." "I am no slave," he remarked
on another occasion ; my skin is dark, bfut
not black. I am an Indian-a Seminole.
The white man shall not make. me'black.
1 will make the white iman red with blood.
and then blac-ken him in ihe soni and rain,
where the wolf shall srimell of his bones, and

and Ihlie iceachery o1f i'l- erineiu, balfiled ihe
skill of iwhe most zealous and intelligent
-'tIietv'i. Military science .was comnpletely
Itied, i and ( eenial aScotl wa-3 nrraignpd be-
fbue a (.'ort Ouf Irnquiry, held at Frederick,
li i i,, explain ithe enilire failure of hi6.
ujlerafiiiis, aniended \iili an immense ex-
ipenl itlie of lile anid money. -During the
.111itiin- of this Courl, Col. Taylor astuiiecd
ihe eiiire coinmmand of Ithe Northwesitrn
diision, belonging n lo en. Atkinson, whio
%.Is ;i mlnibte'r, and lito spoke of Colonel
T vhlor in high lerm-i, iis (he only man iho
could end lihel% ar. Al'ter thlie C'ourt had
a;Ilotiined. eIen.. Alkinsoii iestiiomed I is co011-
imrind, and the Colonel received a furlrugih,
but halm fobt been at honie a fortnight ere he
was ordered *to join ,Gen. Jesup at T.anpa
.Bay."' Goverrxin.'tnC found that something
more ilihain piofounid military science was
necess:,y. .The fili quality of a soldier,;'
said NaIpoleon, "is co6nstancy iny- enduring,
l:iigltie and lhtisishp--ctiirige is the se-
cond."; .. '
The high expectalion which the Govern-
nient had of Ci. Ta' loi's success is sthowa.
in the fact that, innirediately on his arrival,'
lie was'-placed 'in command of a separate
Ic'llumn, cLiomposeil of the 1st, 4th -and ,6th
[niifni y,' a liaitle-iy of iliit arlillery,, and the
Missouri vUoliinlteS.-, The lie lalei had. to use
a coilnmon- phrase, -cone to see ihe Ele'-
phan't,; we extract one i Ouio in tliicrous an-
ecdotes-of'aylor's g--orid natiured l ay of
governing tliese ciIizel n so 1,.iers," ctoi,.,as-
ting with i li n iltocralical aims iisstimed hy
others 'dressed in a liitle brief aullnirii'.'_
Among l ii:-,\\ ai' i lld \, l-d .hiii, -.s was at all
private, w hi' -, 1,.aiidv -ik ti' ut ijiia,, \\ I.utl I.,-
mud, and no sheter, first, went to his captain
with his complaints, but, meeting with no parti-
cular sympathy, resolved to have a la Ik ;% ItI Cl.
*lylor himself. Arrived at efie commander's
starters, the Colonel po-iiittd oQit to him, but
he was rather, iier c.ilju.Is. T/eir old follow
Colonel Taylor? Nonsense !" Satisfied,'how-
ever, that such was even the case, he marched
up, and-rulh.-r i:,triziu',.lv op-iiEd liis -business.
"Cot-.el :.)l.:'r, I L,,li. v .""
S Yes,'sir.": "
Well, C..,'ie:- I'm devilish glad to S-ee ,',u-
am, indeed." --Tbhe Colonel returned the ci ilit3.
"C-.,l.' 3"-,,'11 exC[:' Tiie, l'lit -in;e I've"beeni
here I've been doing all Icould for you-have in- ,
deed; but the fact is, the accm.-itiI,:daii'!iA aiie-
very bad-they are. indeed ; iniil. .3i'r!' b,... -J
to lie down in it, i,':t .,.11 ; ai,,I l tc I i. l -t, [. A o-
nel, I'm a gentleman's'son, and not used tq it !"
S Th'e .:huncl" n., doubt, -troii13 iiz ire-(.-d \wi'ih
the fact (, i tui inu a .i'/i/ i3 No,, .n in 'his armv;.-
expressed his re r>u-t hliat -u hli alli,,'Infr2. sh.,ild
ever exist, nliJler any circumstances, in aci\ ilizEtd
arrniy ... .. ; ,
W.41--bIt. C.l-.1,l,. what am I to do ?"
Why, really., I don't now, unless ou taki.'
my i.'" u- -
'" \V i-,,'s- civil-'tis, indeed-. Of
. 2.. u- .. '.- i '_tn ( I '"* ..l'i.I -
l.uui'' -.luiv-i- c-, r a buiiL, or any. thing,
would I-e u., rerr.hiii,-L 'Your place-where is
it, Colonel?" -.- -. -
'. 'Oih, i l.,-t du'r. d,:.rii -an i tt', 'i'.ic about hlre
--ahy-place .liaut c ii.p \il .%I .IP, i. / .
I"he look tlhichl i.I-,, -enriL-iii in's so6h" gay
the C ,li.nJ, l was rather peculiar. ". -- .I
S" Well,hn-o-onder they call you,' Rough and
l;,.-. ,''"' said he-; iii., aiiii, thlie h;iIlS i .l al l'ii
..Ii and;-Ready'" himself, the -, gefitleman's,
son" returned to take his chance of the weatherr,
SHaving, prefected his- ai ra- iemeits, Col.
T:i vlor marched into the interior from Tamn-
pa Bay in nearly,. an eastern direction, M Jih
orders: "to '-lack ilhe- enemy wherever
found, -br in whatever nuiimbers." Pa-sin"
throughI densethicket of cyVlPress and pal-
iiietto, over a wet soil, inatiil d ithi rank
herbage, Colonel TrNlor petseveringlv fol-
.lowed the savages into one of heir most
inaccessible lIasinesses. He caIn-e up-
with them," say lie official report of Gene-
ral Jesup, "on thee Okechobee, attacked
them, and in one of the; best fought actions.
known- tour history, -gained a comirnlet
victory."' "The action is tliusdIesci-ibed bNy
one of his hio-railhers "
."On the -'25tfi of Deeenib.r they reached a
dense Swamp, where the enemy .\kre epirt.d to
be 'in force. Here :they halted. A lew 4teps
niore might bring them within range of a' hidden
foe; that foe might be on every -.i ie; and fliev',.
about to share the fate of Dade. Yet, led-on by
C uLiiel Taylor, io man dv-,'oiud. Tlheline of
battle was formed, and mi:,i rien pushed
forward. To charge an- exposed foe, requires
coolness -and intrepidity ; to- charge a 1-i-,,..I-
fort, is the test of i etran abiltit- ; rl..t t ,it di
upl to tPi- hii,.hile in a s.1 anip, l i.r, lile r.iik
grass is w.ivi;iri ocer hi-;ud, aiid an unseen enemy
orr ever -sit, e iI p i1L] a l ei e-- of courage 'o"0" -,
sed by lew. Yet this duty'was cheerfully under-
taken by that little "army. Forgi-ettig all dance.r,
only eager' t'ir action, the frlu ol.s hui rie-d to'ur ird
with eilii.ih, .i.i. h. ,l\ irug liu,:,'ulL.d d :about a
quarter of .u ,ole.- they eiit'eced a widely sli u-h,
which seemed to forbid 'll fnri hf r p,-r resas.-
Abandoning their-horses, Ih, truu-,[:, b,, th,.l-
selVes to the neck in lI~e rass, \' udiiig tir.i,.ili aL
iftf" f,:--'t di-]itfh of -di ,: ain" d uJ aitu=r
Suddenly the rustling of grass and plash of-
water were -drowned iff the t..r,,,rt.. ut' 1,uiidrcda
of rifles. The savages were close befier- theini.
lI,,, iii i\'.s-rv,_,l their fire iiitil ihei'- ahn jil tlh.I
l'Iu ce tin.ii, T'iere.was a pause; a shouting in.t ,r-
ders, and then .the men charged fearlessly on.
Thent another volley, and bone officer after another
sunk down .pale inlthe agonies of death. "Alt
.i..,iirdI w:s inuu blaze .,f ire atiid 3et no foe.'apr-
!,eared M ,.'\\ed ihl\'lv i I_13 i,:.'c-:, ^Illirir iiif'r,::liid
l.,der: Libleding iiii ,every side, and no: chance-of
-esisting, the front L-ine faltered, then-lolled back.
and broke. The Indians poured ,fi,:i' tlI, -el-
ling the wiar hoop, and hrml ii :,,,e ,1n:lis ,'g,_- nl-"
.eiT aoiu eite eli the fugitives, -iintil tlh-y iit ihe
regular t r,.,.,-i,-- ,,l iandi\, ",\ ataht around,
these heroes mewt'.. i '' ti u-j'.li- ,oitn i'7ds 4,,,-,tlh iii

deatlh-aiid still, mangled uiid groaning, high
bosoms sunk among the'':sedgy reeds, While the
lil'e-blod oozed blacker and thicker between the
blades.. Amid the hIoirrors of thit.'qli'ul hour,
Ta *lur was rushing from rank tij rant; exhorting
his her.iusto the charge. and.thrilling every heart
with rniliusiasin. Now tIhe`avageabiro)e,in dis-
order; thlien Ithey, paed, ratied and rollqd-back
orr lheir pliru.ieits, \yilli a lhiv that appearedirre-..
s :iblue. A.Ngaj. tiL .ere broker, again they
rallied, till ,iX ww.%,anip seemed ,o16-boil with '."
the Iu o r.d lne-ifsuiet..- Onward,Jlasler and-firm-
er, Ta h- r ledl his ,ioultingliie-roes, baringdown
-pp'sirug hinsts, an.d swairidng every ihing before
then. The ground w'as itashed rnio pi-ejol be-
Inaahli ti- fI'-elt and the foe %_ere .]ting in heaps
n, i eitery side.
A t At I i':ti tlhe Indians wr'e driven from I heir,.
campn ii the border. I.f Lake Okeeelrhbee. Here
their .flank was tnrhi:d b\ Lieutenant Ctlonel Pa-
venport,. arid imITin-dii,,eiv after the} delivered
fitalv-olley aiiid' tk-d. Tlie purs-uit was continued
-until-night-; .". -
T']'.l? 1s,-5sf ti .\eAi-iie-ans in ihisbattle wva
f.-uri-1ei orotieL-r and onehiumidrcd' and iwenty-
Tour men-; of the I idiaiis t e, n.ot-asccrtaind." .
Th.signal viciorv confirmed .6lonel
ayvior' high military reputation; but,
while adi.iiiiilig n is .;illini :Inmd ifnrepid .cQn-
dutt 01 ihe field of bitle. ii is more' leas-
ing f-06 LCe. by liso% o u report. ihe.tendtler
suliciiitde he displayed tor lihe wounded. 4
great oijeclirlI uirsed' against military men
is, that lie -cenr-s of carnage in'mhliich they
destroy thei-ir ellow-creatires. lilunt all ten-
der seniiil'iliie. Bit ilie fIbllpm).ing extract
Ifront colonel l T.:' lor's.i eporn shows that his
heanrl w;t yet alive to sutfferiing, and prompt
o10 alleviate it :-.. -{.- -
As soon i- rl- c-.-in%,\ tere cit-nipul-te]y bror
kern, [official r-eort rf Okeehcibee.] I turned
iuu ailt ,iin t.,r nlin' e,re,~ru -f thIe ,unded, Io taci-
litale thiei' i'r :i,,\ial !, m, iy Iagi, age. witere 1 or,-
dered an ,-i,'.ninirnleit lo be lIrit,.,. I directed
Caplnii Ta)I.-r io cross ,\lCi to the 'spit, anid erm-
plo} eL:'u-r ihii\ diiual \% -tiin lie umia-lit find there.
in cir.s.truiit i. imall fi-hi wa. acris- tIe swamp.
This. 'ilh h;ir-at c\erlioiis. "as completed in p
.hurt ilime tticr dar'.. when at! the dead arid
wound,-d te-re carri-d over in lillter made for
the iurtpose, wvithl one t-xception, a rnrivale of the
4th itul;,niry. hvlio \\ais killed and could not be
tb i i u .. .
SAnd here I trust I may Lo lieinmilted io say,
that I lexperL-iL-nced one of the most Irying scenes
of nm life, and ihe wli: could hliae looked on it
%%ith ii'dibleratne his iierve-s have been dif-
Ierieriily ,.g miii/ed fi"roni ny own Besides the
killed. tlheie lay orie liridied and. twelve wound-
ed olilcer- ii.i a ..ldii-.. \\ ho tiad accc ,ni'paiiiedi le
one hundred and lirL-time ile', in.,t el t1lie way
thiLuo.-h Aau un-explo'ied wildernri'es, \ ithount gui-
des, w', ''had .o nllatlt, beaten iea eriehiv niides
my,:i- in his strongest posirtin. and w'hi. had
to beu c-ineve'l eatck, rlihrugh swanips aid liham-n-
jmock.,k frm lheiich% we set out, '% ithout any ap-
pearent ni;ri'. of doing so. Thi-3 service', how-
ever, *>vas eiie'oitnulered anil o', arid'they
haveb,:--n c:oiitve\,l thus far, anid preceded on to
Tampa CDa\ on rud. lit,-r- c-nristrtclcd 'titl the
iti i ,6-3TT. l ,-1-.Tlr.T, -in-d-t -.4-.--aii-rl dry hide?-
the latter binu:. f,-inmd im great abundance at the
e-ncirrmipiint ,i.. the li.istiles. The litters were
carie-d oin i tie haels ,-f our wejk and tottering
Ir:ure, aiided b.\ I he i.-,,iie ftl'tlhi command, with
ii,_-.rl'e ease nd couiili-.rt to the stut erscr than I
c.iul liai1v.e spp.-.d. anid wilthps much ais they
c-inl] lha\e been in aLiubulanceQs of the most irm-
proi>d anld rniitdrn Constructlion."
At. the binie. no. particular praise wa
awarded to Colonrel Tfylor for ibhis 'iumano
conduct ; bul a rinmewal of it in afler years
brought an elpquenit irnite from Senator
Clavion. wihich will notl he inappropriate
here '_:-'- I say ihereflre, that, from the bot- '
.torn iofmiy heart. I thank tlhe-brave, -gener-
6ious 'tnd merciful commander o.f rhe Ameri-
Oan troops. I itliauk hinm., sir, not only ior
bis gillanlry and skill, his conduct Rnd--
bravery, but emninentiily alitld.above all other
comliderations, as :in American Senator, I
ilimaik liin for his himiumanity .! I honor hlinir
because he iliought or, annd'spare., feeblp
and unotffendiug woimau, in ial thItour of her
utmost )peril. 1 lioutur him, because he
spared Iotteiming age and helpless infancy
anid I glory Ilhai nit Anierican officer lha
shown iihiniself rthiu alive to ihe beet feelings
of thbe human hiearl.'" .
-II b'as .at this battle that Colonel Taylor
is said>t'6 have used piufaine -language;
though men whio hase been with him it
scenes the most iying, nnd inder the most
provok-ing circumstances, declare lthat hp
ievei is gIlihty of ultlering an. oa.Ilh. Major
Gaines, nof Kentucky, said, in his speeclih a
Faneuil Hall:-"Tavlor does noti svear. I
have know him lone. hate slept in his lent,
andtlbeet on ihlie mostii inliiale terms mith
hli;'imityet I ,et)'re leeand1himu utier a profane
word. Once. ihounhi. I repierpber his.tell-
jog me. lie m as sorelv' iriei. It was at ihe
bat-tIe 'F Okrecliobee, where ,ie Missouri
volunteers Mm ere su .ihard resteded, dliaL they
fell into dlisorter, and finlilly. etrire-ad.--
'-Whire rie "yon"- oiig'!' ;iske(l Colonel
,ivylo-r,'ldlng u Iilo lheir head: Irlhey said
tha.they had been ordered' to retreat.-
'Y'ou- liie- on scoundelh-." --answered Tay-
1hr. And',' said Old: Z~cti; .- I-believe I
cum .se,' t themn.' .- -.,"-,- -
\VashiinglInn, sa'ys one of Ilins eulogists.
"pors>se.seul -ali-h lioiient missionss as rarely in-
hialii ch1- liniaiali Ijreasi. Several limes in hii
i-ited and t ictim-e lif'e, mlhen-lie was surpris-
ed by the u'jross com;uialice or misconduct
0f indmii.Juals on mlmlion he had -elied, ihe
sct in Lu; liendi on liis brow, usually so
serene, andmd wralhi 'tasfined fbrih like lighit-
nring-;as leiiible. 'etras liausienr-for in an
insiant lie-.was liim'seif- i2tain.'". "hius con-
i nolleil. (;vd the remark- will apply as well
to Taylor as to \rashuingion,) [ttis impln u-

though on parade. lrihlin'i,-Alny tli-i" b.-s-mi-
met 'the i.,L'nil, dii-,Li ii ge. ,. tie .J; iju a. aiid
sunk atmid i c tangled ,' i, tlie wi iiI, Ila-l-'
with their life blood. H-avoo. rag-d Inii.jiig thl
6th infantry to sucth a degree, that, flit darl.:, c-oul
water .- ,-ilh them grew waTrm:ahd red wif.lh
their blood, and every man of the f0ir.or iost ranks
was shot down., Their leader, the,. hroqic
Thompson, Nliile sh.,uiilii-. thenron,: rece&ivd a
inortal .-woiun, Adj-iii ,t Center, Captain V.'i
Swearinigen, t'sI Liii.irtlIiint B-.:..I.l. fiuunut iraj ..,
h,-^iile linn. OI li',.- C,..s ,,inr iu-s in tih, al-I iiCu'.
e- [IIi U i f l' Ar ,,1 rr %i%,1 k;1,11illE d'ir diat1 1d ;. ;,,t
of one, only lhiiriuiienl wtPrc uniiiiim 'l'. S-,il 'the
battle shout \\ lit uJp c.i. liiis and br'.k ilrg al(niCr
thosc romailic alud.,-.-_lill ipl alttl' pe-il ui
rattling mutki.ri% _imrled 'i.bilt the 1i.:-ii4t. ..t

the buzzard liiez ,tilon his flesh." This
thirst wab-c arrived into .execution, 'and al-
though, the Indians could not reach the
origin of their decree .ofl Iahlinuiieit, they
wreaked a terrible vengeance, on every. white,
rendering Florida .i scCne of" t.lz,l iluionu,
murder, sborrow and distress. Thle .T',,,
smothered passions of an 4111es,.-Il race
,were let lose, arid a iWv-ar f seven r ciis en-
stied, which.will be long rineuibered by
those who- partic-ipated in il, although their
c.u ntry was little disposed to award themn
the praise (bey so wel l descr-cd. -
The climate, ignorance of the country

bOusil v should noi tpeihaps be regarded as a
fliihing, bit iathltei asa tIi ial, given, like other
mi1als, to aflibid oppiortminity for iriumplh,
gl-'orinius in propoiiionm t6 llhe sirengili of tihe
eueimi sibdne(L. TInhus controlled, what
[i, ie le itlence of- o ll letpest i')rove, but
Ilie diviiily of lithe virtue whiichl -ridbs il and
rln-s it -
.lThe liotiportlan rojseqiences of lie battle
of Okeechobee-mivich, in any oitier coun-
iryv; wo uld have ierminialed the wmar, were
thus sumnined up by Colonel Taylor in his
reportt, on retirningo 10 hie coast
T '"This coltiiin in six weeks penetrated
one hiumndied 'and fifty tiles inin the eiemy'e

.: Mr. "Fillmore on Slavery.
'. We copy the following extract from Mr.
j Fillmore's speech, as the "South-
ern Journal," a Florida Locofoco paper.
You will find it 'in [he Journal" of July
S3d, as follows: .
Mr. Fillmore.said.: It was not unreasonable
that the memorial should be printed, arid pre-
served amongthe documents of the House. He
S disavowedn.iost .unequivocally;NrOW AND FOR-
---. Ev-, any .desffe on his part TO INTERFERE
WITH THE RIGHTS, or that was ,termed the
PROPERTY of the citizens of other..- States.
While he did this, he conceived as a citizen of
the State of Newv York, atnd a inember of this
SHobuse, he was interested in the claim to property
in man within thre-District of Columbia: ".'He
referred to the effect which was produced iAn the
North by the advertisements in the papers ol'this
'city, corrected with the purchase and Irat.'s-
portatioei U slaves-. The people of that section.
of the country believed slavery to be improper,
that it should not be tolerated. This was'a
national question.'- -
yw.)IQ'.see that Mr. Fillmore says-he
I I Tunequivocally 'opposed t1 intefe img
06th rights or slave property of other
his doctrine now and.forever, and of course
hi'would, ihe'.the safest man that i4ould be
S possiblylbe placed as Speaker of. tie Senate,
S upon this qiiesiion ; for if there,were any'
movement "to interfere with, the rights or.
property of the citi'mens offother States," he
"is now:-&and forever" will be, opposed to
any such measures. The Democrats, how-
ever, object to.-ihe concluding: sentences.
Mr. Fillmore, according to themn,-shiukl
4 not have said, that #he people qf his section of
the country believed slavery t- be improper,
and that it. should not be tolerated." 'He
should have made no apology for the weak-
ness of' his consalituents in petitioning Con-
..gress -on -such a subject, He- should not
have sid thaat"' it was a great. national
f.ion"-a question that had so often been
discussed in Congress as to 'nake it a great
one ;--and that had *.asted so michlt of the
time ind talent of the nation, as to-make it
a4 nationaloire.' The abolition of slavery in
the Distriet-of-Colutihbia has been a great,
a-nd :one of the leading national questions
for many years past. Mr. -:Fillmore said
Sthat the people wbeire he came from, so
S considered it, and that was part of the apo-
I' ogy he rendered to Congress for.this act-of
his constituents. Yo.u don't doubt that
F ilorida hmas-therighit of abolishiog slavery
S in this State. :You say :a4" once lhat she
has. Yo kniow-lhat Co gressialolie, mates
S a,14 the lawS that govern the people in the
S'District of(Colunibia. CongressistheLe-
Sgisleature of th Di 0tct OH-Columbia, anid
tha'i power so uearly-resemnbles ihe power of
State, thait 4l lias been a nice poi4ical
question ;th, 'able politicians to decide,
wheirm C9. egriess has he 'right to abolish
slavery in t-he: .iistift of-Columbia. This
; is what has Oatde it i great neaiona question.
.** "* *'-+, ; ,".' *- = : :,:. i,
J-ames A. Baughey, Editor. of ihe Pensa-
S- cola iDeinmorrat, is advertised in the Gazetite
of that city. by iie Lodge of Odd Fellows,
s."having absconded withlia young woman
ofr'espectable' family, andl deseri<,e his- wife
and child, 'fIe has been ex)ellecd frotntihe

t'For the Commercial Advertiser.
MR. EDTOR6,-Our ,D'emoci,:tic friends
are very much troubled alout tihe Principles
ofGeadi Tay.lor. They say he has none."
What Iitly tiis.' The people of the United
States"are about to. ect a man President,
who. the Deiniocrats would have uislielieve,
has no principles. lf- true, this would be a
terriile calamity. But, like most other
Democratic charges, it wants foundation to
rest upon. (h'Taylor has said that lihe
.approves of the policy -of "Jeffersolin`-nd
Madison's admi'nisirations," and will follow
in their footsteps.- Now, if there are not
"civles of government enough, and po-
litical light enough, in- the paths trod and
illumIinatedf' (y Jefferson and M.adison, I
iwou-ld,-he gla4 if 'sorme of those Democrats,
who seem _to object.lto. General Tayior's
so.urces-of 'ittoranmtion, would direct us
where' to 'find' lights. A short l'ie
ago they would., doubtless, have referred us
to their tzes'xsile dcni gold, Maitin Van
SB uren-thaU -ght, however, which Southern
Democ-W.y .read by sio lately-now, only
renders darkness visible" to them. Then
there is. Mr.-..Calhouu: they have, hereto-
-fotre rejoiced, under the effulgence of his
beams.; To others,. that luminary is station-
ary; but Deniocracyhas..turned its back on
it and swea, it- ono't shine at'all. But 1
suppose, in' order to be as'wise as they are,
we hibst lbo6k'bor- information to the pro-
ceedingse orthelate M'adisbn and Baltimoire
Conventions..'- There you have us, certain-
ly, gnti'mni'n. 1 give it v p If Gen. Tay-
lor would jmta, appropriate all the principles
laid 'down 6-'y thbse two Conventions, (as
They say in "Georgia,) he'would have many
a principle"-,tibat i' certain. Rather het-
erodox," varioua and 'incongruous, to be
pure,'but-there Would, be a"" pile" of iheh 4,o miiitake, abd'of every''-shade, too,
.fro.m .wliy .white -6to sooty. "'-am not
surprised, though, that the Cass men sfould
think"-Gen. Taylor retherpla'inin the mnat-
ter of principles, after looking at the varie.
gated vesture of their own leader-he is ;
yery varieties'o1 hue-all things
to A i men, ania nothing-long. I imagine
Ihe people will bebetter Iiatisfied that Gen
Taylor shoftd take the examples of JLeffer
son an i'Madison, as "alight to his feet an(
Ijemp.-for his' pith,'" rather than the' will-o'
the-wisp floundering 'sortpof light that Gen
Cass holdslqo. ; CoGiTATOri.

[For lte Commercial Advertiser


I notice that the Central Democi.ilic
Committee, in response to the Baltimore
'nomination, contend that the Resolutions
passed by that Convention were as conclu-
sive in the protection of Southern rights as
those were, adopted by the Madison Con-
Now, if recollect aright, the Delegate
from this city embodied his instructions
from the Madison Convention "verbatim"
in a resolution which he offered before the
Convention, and that resolution was, at
once, and-by a great majority, rejected.
Now how this is made out to be a courte-
ous concurrence" in the views of the Florida
-Democracy, is not in "my Chesterfield,"
and I would like to be enlightened on this
new aspect of, "progressive" harmony. It
reminds me very much of a "cordial con-
currence" I once before knew brought about.
A friend of mine, who, being fond of con-
viviaL society, stopped ralher-r long at the
festive board, to the-discomfort of his better
half, at home. One night, about a couple
o'clock, (as the Doctor would say,,) a sable
miessenger introduced his head with "Mas-
sa--, Missus oneasy 'bout you." Massa
---was just about striking the chorus of
"We'll 1%t go home till morn ing," but his
companions struck up an uproarious laugh.
My friend's countenance lowered, and with
all the concentrated dignity. which, three
bottles of wine can impart to.tlie "humahi.
face divine," said, "Boy, leave.-Gentle-.
men, I will see to that thibis int.errption
never occurs againrl- will lavy down the law
in this matter, and have it unndei'-t,,od I amn
fit to take care of myself." The convi.vialily
was knocked right out (if 'the cunIpriny by
tIhis solemn speech, and all w*pt huame to
brood over the awful crisisin the domneslic
affairs of our brother. Next, day we were
all anxious ito hear the result. I m1etemy
friend on the street, dressed very ne-atly
arid with a.very happy, countenance. .As
his mind did not seem to be on the subject
of the last night's denouement, 1at last re-
nwatked that I hoped nothing unpleasant-
no permanent disagreement, had arisent in
his family. ",Disagreement.!" said. hie,
none 'in the world-we have now a most
perfect concurrence in opinion." Then,"
says we are going to have n regular out
and outer of'a burst to-night, and i.suppose
you will join, us, as you have. settled mat-
ters so well." No, I believe not," said-he,
I have agreed at to go out again, at nihiti,
after this."
So I suppose this Democratic ai-grc ini.t
means that the Florida Democrats are to,
keepl) iheir Madison ResoLutions at, home.
'and not stir out with them. -.

SF&r the.Commercial Advertiser.T.
MR:. EDITOR:--The Dernocriatic papers,
in ihe South, ere down llpon Mr. Van Bt-
yen as if he had committed somine new mand
damning sin, t, his letter, to the Utica Coh-
ventioo. And the, gravemen of tihe laaige
now is, that. h'says "'Congress has the
right of legislation over slavery in the Ter-
ritories." Now, in the name of consistency,
did not Mr.. Van Buren say the same thing
in 1838-did not the Whigs charge ,it on
him andpjarved irton Whim,and yet-you voted
.for him then and want, to hang lijm now for
tihe same thing. In-,14838 Mr. Van Biren
'said he believed. Congress had power to
legislate over slavery in'the District of Co-
'iumbia," (ergo in Territories of the United
States). He then saidbhe did-, not think it
(rpdtient, arid Congress ought not to do so
.-hout the. right was admiitted. Whether it
wvas public or private expediency influenced
him then, in keeping down- the qneioiwn,
every one may determine for iihnsel f.i But
.my object is to draw public attention to
another wolf in sheep's clothing, who is
insinuating himself among us, and courting
our votes. Mr. Vaiin.Btiren is exposed and
can do ':o-harm 'now-the very men 11ho
"'showed him round' to us as averyharm-
'leas atiinial, are nowithe most.fearful. of hii.
voracious jaws. "But they have caught ano-
themr animal, away up in the mountain lakes,
which they say is a perfect pet."-. I want
to call public attention to 'his marks. Gen.
Cass does nat, in any otf his. letters onl the
subject say, .Congress hlas not the "right"--
the constitutional right, to legislate, touch-
ing the subject of slavery in Territories of
the United States. He talks about the "in-

expediency of it-" how dangerous it will
be to the perpetuation of the Union"-
what a glorious Union is ours and what a
Sapity it would 'be ,o destroy it." All this
is veiy fine, to be-sure, but Mr. Van.Bure.n
said thebsame thing in 1838, and yet he-ad-
mitted the right. Now we don't want tc
trust-to Mr; Cass's go'dd will or good feel-
ings on a matter of such vital concern tc
us as this is. Let him say if Congress has
t tbhe right," i' his opinion, "under the
I Constitution" to disturb usin the possessioI
. of our negro property on national territorial.
- domain." That question is easily answered
Sand we .wouldnpot give one plain yes or n
in response to it, for all the puling sentimnnen
e tality about." united we stand," &e. he cat
Sutter in a year., Mr. Van Buren was as
- good on that theme as he is, when Souther
d votes were' in the market. We want ou
- property to depend upon a constitntiona
. question," not on the philanthropy of Gen
Cass or any body else. GOGITATOR.

4th. Extra pay for 772 days at
$8 per day. and 40 cts. a mile
for every mile travelled, inclu-
ding Indian treaties, whilst re-
ceiving the above three sala-
.ries, which, together, amount-
, ed to. more than $30 per, day 12,712


"Included in the above is a charge of
$1448 and ten rations a day, while attending
at Washington city to tihe settlement of hi
own accounts, and another of $2092, for
bringing ontan Indian treaty-and $1520 for
assisting to frame an Indian code,-making
in all upwards of sixty thousand dollars over
his regular salary.1 If elected President,
would he not be bound to make the saime
allowances to all others, and might he not
charge, with precisely the same propriety
eitra compensation as President and Ex-
Officio Commander-in-Chief of the Army
and Navy?"
ferent occasions, the old veteran has beer
entrusted by his country with posts of imn
mense responsibility and'peril. His" mili
tary prowess, indomitable bravery and un
conquerable resolution, were first tested it
his briliant defence in 1812 of a small stock

Principles otfCaindidate Cass--Questions and
Q. Are you in I,,vur of Protection ?
A, Thiati depends upon '-circumstances."
Q. What is your opinion concerning the
Public Lands ?
A. I shall write" no more political letters!
Q. Are you for or 'against the Wilmot
Proviso ?
A. See my letters on both sides!
Q. Are harbor and river improvements
constitutional ?
A. The "noise and confusion" prevents
my answer from being heard.
SThe Democrat who is not satisfied with
the above luminous exposition of the po-
litical views of candidate Cass is most un-
reasonable, and only fit to vote fot General

MR. EDITOR:-A good story is told of
the major domo of one of our principal
hotels. The other day lie was wandering in
Dreamland, and in his peregrinations en-
countered a hostile Greek. The major
also being a Greek, '"then came the tug of
war"--an awful; fight ensued, in the course
of which the-major's antagonist, in trying to
"come Georgia ovcl him," missed his
lick," and got his thumb :into his mouth
instead of his eye. The major bit vigor-
ously-he felt that he was inflicting severe
pain upon his antagonist, and expected every
nionient to hear him cry "enough." But
he wouldn't hollerer" Some humane per-
sons passing by, and hearing the scuffle,
fortunately came to the rescue in tire to
prevent the major from biting his own thumb
off! He clung to it "like grim Death to
an expiring African," and it was only by the
exercise' of right smart" lever power, that
ithe thumb was extricated from his vice-like
jaws., Q.
Gen. -ass and Ilhe Irish.
A correspondent of the Philadelphia
News, writing from WYalihinglon. charges
upon Gen. Cass the defeat of the Irish Re-
lieJ Bill, as fllo s : -
On Saturday, February 27, earlyin the
day, Mr. Crittenden, of Kentucky, moved to
take up the Irish bill. Had it been taken
up and passed ;it that time, it would have
probably passed the House, for this would
have given it two days more in: the House,
which was to have adjourned on 'the follow-
ing Wednesday. But James K. Polk had
threatened to veto the bill,h and therefore
Lewis Cass was forced either to betray the
-Irish, whom he had. promised only the day
before 4o support, or he-must desert his
party. He ehose to-betray the Irish. and
.therefore, though in Iris seat, (of which there
is plenty o'f proof,) he did' not vote at all
"b-ut every Democrat present, (with the ex.--
ception of Mr. WestKcott,) seeing, as they"
must that he d(lid not wish it to be taken up,
voted "no," and it was lost and the.bill was
lost altogellther. Iwas in the gallery at the
time, and 'felt indignant at the sk-Vmll-t mF"
Gen. Cass. It was coward-ly dodging. The
hill was afterwards passed, but did not reach
the House unii Monday. I am fully justi-
fied in charging the failure of that bill to
Gen. Cass. Had he voted for it on that
occasion, it would have been safe. He ho-
ped, vainly, thatnobody would notice whie-
ther-'he wz1;i eip.'rt or not, and only for the-
public show ol 'hlie mnilter, he cared nothing
for the Irish whether they starved or.not."
Gen. Cass Filling his owni Pockets.-
The ,1on. Andrew Stewart, of Penjwyl-
uania, it seems has been fingering among
the old'documents to some purpose. On
the 26ih ult. he made a speech in the House
of Representatives, in which he made some
remarkable developments. The -Washing-
iton correspondent of the Baltimore Patriot
gives the following synopsis of some of Mr.
SteivWart's statements, in regard to General
Cass's official conduct, taken from public
documents, which, the writer says, startled
the House and will astonish the country;
andl which, if unexplained, must overwhelm
Cass and his supporters. Hisstatement is
as follows: "
Mr. Stewart showed that Cass had char-
gedl and received pay four times over, for
the saime period of service, amounting to
970t0, and a considerable part of the time
to more than $30 per day, while his regular
salary was "more than $2000 per annum.
1st. Hle received his regular sal-
ary for about' 18 years, say $36,000
2d. He charged and received,
without authority of law, an
extra salary of $1,500 per an-
num, from 1813 to 1821, paid
out of the contingent fund,-
also, TEN RATIONS a (lay, at
20 cents each for nine or ten
years,................. ..... 33,325
3d. .A second extra salary of
$1500 per annum, for upwards
of ten years, from 1821 to
1831, part of the above period 15,250

qua non"'-the quick, eye of Judge D. fell
upon him, and seeing that the officer h'ad a
pitcher in his hands, and supposing that il
contained water, he said:'
"Mr. Sheriff, bring that pitcher this
The officer obeyed the order of course.
and the members of.the bar-particularli
f the parties t6 the arrangement-for a mo-
ment apprehended a severe rebuke from the
'Court. Because, while they all well knew
r that the Judge had no great dislike to a
glass of the ardent, when not upon the
bench, they were also aware of the fact, tha
r he never touched S drop of it when eigagec
in the discharge of his official duties, Bu
Their fears soon subsided-for they observed
that on receiving the vessel, he put it to hi
mouth and look a hearty draught, and then
- without a word or even a look expressive o
Sdisapprobation, handed it back to the fright
crieed officer! It was. then passed rounI
among' the lawyers, who' received it witl
smiles -ipoh their counienanees, and paii
n their respects to its contents with a zest anI
- good will rarely if ever enjoyedobefore.I_
And now the court and the bar applie
- themselves to the investigation of the tor
n tuous and' tedious case before them, wit
- renewed energy and marked cheerfulness

And thus they proceeded with the business
for several hours; when suddenly the shrill
small voice of .Judge D. was heard saying,
1 Gentlemen, thibs cause is rapidly getting
into a dreadful pickle! It Is indeed a sour
affair! the Court hears nothing but pickle,
pickle! Peter Pickle and Michael Pickle!
Mr. Sheriff, bring me another pitcher of
water from that same cool spring !S--sum-
ter (Ala.) Whig.

ade post, called Fort Harrison, located 6n
the left bank of the Wabash, a few miles
above Terre Haute, Indiana.
The garrison consited of some fifty men,
of whom only sixteen were capable of doing
duty, the residue being prostrated by sick-
ness. The post was attacked. by over 400
savages, led by the prophet, and after a con-
flict of six hours, the savages were repuls-
ed. For his gallantry, good conduct, and
success in repulsing the enemy, Captain
Taylor was breveted to a majority, by James
Madison, immediately after the receipt of
the intelligence at Washington.
For his brilliant victory over the savages
at Okeechobee in Florida, President Van
Buren conferred on Col. Taylor, the brevet'
rank of Brigadier General.
For his splendid victories obtained over
the Mexican forces, at Palo Alto and Resa-
ca de la P~lma, Brevet Brigadier Gen. Tay-
lor was promoted to the rank of Major
Of his matchless achievements at Mon-
terey and Buena Vista, the world has spo-'
ken, and his countrymen in consideration of
his gallantry, modesty, humanity;-, talents
and irreproachable private character, have
resolved to place him in the first office of
the Republic. That demagogues will op-
pose his election we are aware, but the mas-
ses regarding General Taylor as a patriot,
will overwhelm them with disgrace.
[Jour. Corn.
From the Charleston Courier.
The British steamer Caledonia reached
Boston at two o'clock on Sunday morning
from Liverpool, having left on the 24th ult.
The news is of much importance, poli-
tically, and the advices furnished, to the
New York Courier, at the latest possible
moment previous to the departure of the
steamer, and which we: insertbelow, shews
a state of things in France the result of
wiich will be looked for with the most in-
tense interest. '
The commercial accounts are more fa-
vorable, and indications are apparent, that
the worst has passed, and that future ad-
vices will probably show an improvement in
trade, which wefopinlly hope may be the
case. '
Latest News.
The latest intelligence brought by the
Caledonia's regular mail, a, will be seen,
was from Paris to Thursday, when there
was a good deal of apprehension of an out-
break.. By our telegraphic despatch, which
was sent from London to Liverpool at the
latest moment exclusively for the Courier
and Enquirer, and which we give below, it
will be seen that the worst apprehensions
have been realized.
--LoNDON, Saturday, June 24, 12 o'clock,
M.--The following important intelligence
from France is from -the second- edition of
the Morning Chronicle "
PARtIs, Friday.--The struggle
._meneed-in Paris_- -T--h .,tmPr ,1-6, F-tih lir
aind thie National Guard are fighting with
the people. There has already been an
awful sacrifice of life. Every thing is .in
great confusion. ...
LONDON, half-past 1 o'clock.--We have
just received notice that there is no mail
from Paris to-day in consequence of the
riots. .
PARIS. Friday, 5 o'clock, P. M.-It is
just -repol ted that the Executive Government
have rc-ig.<, and that_ General Cavaignac
has been placed at the head of the armed
forces and has declared Paris in a state of
At this, the last moment, we can only say
that the usual expresses from Paris for the
London journals have not arrived, and all
we can obtain from the best sources, is a
repetition of the statement, that all com-
munication is intercepted as in February
last. .
There is no doubt that a conflict, of a
severe nature, is actually going on.
A Georgia Anecdote.
During the trial of a long and perplexing
cause brought before Judge Dooly, between
Peter Pickle, plaintiff, and Michael Pickle,
defendant, the members. of the bar--parti-
cularly those empllo0 e,1 and retained in the
case-put their heads together and colluded
with the Sheriff-in making an-arrangement
for refreshing and enlivening their wearied
spirits with a little brandy toldry, without,
of course, the knowledge, or even the sus-
picion of the Judge; and it was accordingly
agreed that the Sheriff should procure the
article, and introduce it in a large pitcher,
under the guise of water.
rrhe Sheriff set out in pursuance of, the
agreement, to execute his semi-official en-
gagement. And on his return, just as he
entered within the door of the Court room,
and at the moment when he was about to
make a verbal declaration of-" served by
leaving the change at the vendor's resi-
dnnce, and obtaining custody of the sine

.Chamber of Commuerce of Apa-
lachicola. '
A. 4. McKAY, Vice President.
CHARLES PRATT, Sec. -and Treas.
Committee on'Appeals:.
Wr. H. YouNG,
Co' Gmniittee onArbitration: -

S- year.
Blok ?n iad^epilTJ _-!....57S' 91S8
Received paet week ..............73 -
'" previously.;..... .119807 ,..
Total,...... -- 120458 107049
Exported past wf'k.........1460
previously........ 116971
.Total.. 1.-- 118430 101201

On hand aid on-sliipboardnotcleared 2028 : 2848

Commencing 1st September, 1847.-and same
S "- time in 1846..

i R FORTED.I Pas eek OUPrevi-.
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,L \'rirpooil ............
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Other ports...........
Total to For. Ports.
New York...........
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New Orleans......
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...8054 .38054
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Per barg& from Albany-73 bales cotton. ,
LIVERPOOL-Per ship Rob't Fulton--1460,
bales cotton. *



Steamer Quincy, Allen, fmr Chaitahoocliee.
-July 22-Ship Rob't Fulton, Wade, for, Liver-
pool, by I MWright. ,,
Robert Watl. tJ7bnson. 4.1,t nn ifaR-l-"TT'r7
l':'a0111g-t d ler.

Most Extraordinary Worik!

Sixth Edition 8mo. pp. 250. Price $1. -
-Years of suffering, of physical and mental an-
guish to many an affectionate wiferand pecuniary
difficulties -to the husband, might have been
spared by a timely possession of this work. .
It is intended especially for the married, or
those contemplating marriage, as it discloses im-
pit tant secrets which should be known to them
particularly. '"
Truly, knowledge is power. It is health,
happiness, affluence. '"" '
The revelations contained in its :-pages. have
proved a blessing to thousands, as the innumer-.
ableletters received by the author will attest.,
Here, also, every female-the wife, the mother,
the one either budding into womanhood, or the
one in the decline f years in whom nature con-.
templates an important change-can discover the
causes, symptoms, and the most efficient remedies,.
and most certain, mode of cure, in every com-
plaint, to which her sex is subject. ..
On the receipt of One Dollar, the "Married
Woman's Private Medical Compani.:n" willrbe
seat (mailed free) to any part0of the ..United
States. All letters must be addressed, post-paid,
to Dr. A. M. Mauriceau, Box 1224, New 'ork
City. Publishing Office, N1"w Liberty-street,Niw
York. May 4, 16-tf.

Franklin Circuit Colrt.
AT CHAMhES, December Term, 1848.
Carston Altars, ) -
vs. Bill for Divorce.
Susannah Allars. ) '
TT appearing to the Court, by affidavit filed in
. the above cause, that Susantnalh Allars, the de-
fendant therein, reside. out of the State but with-
in the United Stats, tomwit, in the State-of. New
York: It is ordered that notice be published in
the Commercial Advertiser (a newspaper printed
in said district) once a week for-the space of'four
nioiiths, requiring said defendant to appear and"
answer the bill oftcomplaint filed in said cause,
at or before the expiration of said period, other-
wise the matters and things therein, charged will
be taken for confessed against her.
of the Western Circuit of Fa.
A true copy-Test: .- .,
WM.-VALLEAU, Clerk. ,
Apalachscola, July 22, 1848. 27-4m ",
Bay Water.
F RENCHE'S Double Distilled Bay Water, for
s a le b y ,- .
July 17" ; H. F ABELL'

logne; also a genuine assortment, lor sale by
July 15 H. F. ABELL.
'T H[WTTEMORE'S Concentrated Vegetable
V -Syrup, a sure and effectual -.'emedy for
Diarrhea and Bowel complaint, for sale by., .
July 15 'H. F ABELL.


(COL. WM. H. HUGHES is rnymv Agent during
Smy absence irom Ilie State.
Apalachicola, May -25, 1848.

S BEN EZET i1 I-T-ut-Torif-d- Agen't d'r'iing
m ay absence front the Slate.
Apalaclhicola, July S, lS-S.

p iv. CIJLLEN' is nay authorized Agent ds.

P W. CULLEN- is my authorized Agent do-
Sring my absence from the State. .
Apalachicola, June 16, ISIS.

SBENEZET is my duly authorized Agent
* during my absence from the State.
June 12; IS4S. 22-3t

S COTCH Snuff, in bladder, for s-le bv ,y .
July 15 H. F. ABELL.

Boot and Shoe lMaking. :
T HE subscribers have entered into partner-
L ship in the above business, and respectfully
solicit a share of public patronage. AlIlrork .-
done by the will be neat and durable, and theit
charges in onfrmity vith the tightness of the
time. A. KLAIRMAN,
July l 3t P. C. KELLY...
D R. BLAKE'S celebrated Aromatic Bitters; -
just received, and for sale by ''
Jilyth H F ABELL. "

Comugre~s hater.

Congress 'ntler.
JUST-received fresh,-and for sale by ,--.-

Paimm Rule..

Pain Killer,
PERRY' DAVIS'S Pain Killer. tor sale by
A SPLENDID article of Ground -Mustard, in
tin boxes,;f6rsale by ,.
April27H -F ABEL br,
Gold PenuJ.
A FEW of Woodward & Brother's superior
- Gold Pens, just'received and for saleby
October 21. JbC. ALLEN

', ? ..

Claret Wine. :
9. DOZ. superior Tdble Cldret, received per .
,4;J schr. Monterev. and lor sale by"
May 1B E McCULLY, 50 Water st. .
Bacon, Flour, Sugar, -Coflfee and d
Sal, ."
A LWAYS on hand, and for sale Tlow by '
- Dec 23 ,F- E McCULLY. -"

S~vayn & IVistam's

Swayn ,&- Wistar's
(1OMPOUND Syrup of Wild Cherry, just re-
,.J ceived and for sale by
SFeb 17 H F ABULL.

New Orleans Sugar.
5 HHDS. prime N. 0. Sugar, receiver pet schr
Montery, and for sale by b
May 18 E. MlcCTLLY, 50 Water st.

":C ASTILE Soap for sale by'
Feb -21 H F ABELL.
Ad.a "ce

Advances ...::
M" ADE on shipmelts of Cotton to Liverpool, ,
V Have, New York and Boston, by _
Dec. 16 D. B. WOOD & CO. .
Hydrostatic Ink Fountain.
A FEW Hydrostatic Ink Fountains, Pen Racks,' '
Sand Boxe',, Paper Folders, Stamps, Seals,
Paper Clasps, Weights, &c. for sale by -
Nov 18 J C ALLEN. -
3 O OZ. Sulp. Quinine, just received and fo'
0 sale by -
April 27 H F ABELL,


- -~-- -- I


THE subscriber respectfuully inforins tlie citi-
zens of Apalachicola, that he intends to re-conm-
mence giving Mlusic Lessons, (for the summer
months,) commencing on Monday, 3d July.
7Those desirous of taking lessons on the follow-
ing instruments, Spanish Guitar, Flute, Violin,
-(Tenor or Alto Violin) and Violincello, wQuld do
well to apply soon, as thev can have the privi-
lege of selecting the honrs which may suit their
convenience. Music furniQhed, il required, at $2 .',
-per term, c-x Ira, tor any of the alcove instruments.
IN. B. Punctual attendance is requisite, as no
reduction will be made for non-attendance, ex-
cept through protracted sickness. .. .
For sale, extra quality of lip'd Flutes and No. ,
4,5 and 6Guitar Strings. .
TERMs.--10 for eight weeks of two lessons
each week ; the course to close 28lh August.
Application at my office in Baltzell's Building.
S. ... T. C. NDERWOOD.
Apalachico3la, June17, i.'4. 22-tf -
A large, lot of instruction uooks lor the above
instlment's for sale.r .- I- .

V To-Let.
T IHE House lately known as the" .Pew;.,
] Drop." Possession given immediately. '
Inquire of WM. HONE,
Prospect s is.
the Democratic Party of 'Franklin County '
propose to publish in the city of Apalachicolai
after the first day of August next, a newspaper,
during the Presidential canvass, lithalwill'adyvo-
cate for the Presidency and \'ice Presidency Ihe
nominees of the Baltiniore Conventior,, as well
as the nominees of the Democratic Stale Conven-
.tion, and that \ill in all discussions be strictly anr
advocate r1 rthe principles of Democracy. .
The Democracy of this County, and. of WestE
Fl.orida general, hliave labored under the incon-
veiience 'of being without a pu-blic print in all .
the important election osf the State; anid have "
had the' nurtification of knowing that *hen a
falsehood had been circulated, thP.Iy lave had no :
medium through which they might- look for a :
correction; and deeming aloo that the contest
bidi fair to h we-ll conrtesled on both sides, abd
that fair and general discussion'.'ill be accepta- :
.ble to the people, we thrust upon a generous pub-
lic, and par'iicularl ihe Democracy of thiis State, :
"''THL STAR OFrTHE WEST,' asking their gener-
ous support .. .
THK STAR OF THE WE5sT"'will be unceij
the Editornil dIcharge of a committee to be ap-
pointed by the Democracy of Franklin County, -
and will giie a synopsis of Ihe last General As-
-sembly of Ibthis Slate, and a re' iew of the acts of
its most prominent inembers. It will be issued
at the price of Seventy-rfive Cents for a single
copy; three copies for Two Dollari ; seven co-
pies for Four Dollars; ten copiesfor Five Dollars
and any number over the above at the same rates.
(0- 'Persons receiving thi Piospectus will
please procure subscribers, and receipt lotr us, and
return the same addressed to
R. J. FLOYD & Co.;
July 6, IS-S. Apalachicola, Fa.
-' '* '.: -Notice. -"*- ,
'APT. BENJ. HOWARD is my authori-ied 7
kj- Agent during my absence from Ihe State.
Apalachicola, June 1, Ib8. .



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