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:
September 9, 1848
Physical Description:
v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56 cm.


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


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

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:6iiEikL] .. ,f< } 4"t"n.. APALACHICOLA SATURDAY .SEPTEMBER 9, 18 Ks! [NUMBER. 34. .
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COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER tuttjh.." mrrrctoCJ{' _., ). Kritisli IVrioiiical L.ifcraturc tictUa1trOu I 1p. n her iu a rage, and t J her I I l H'\i-c\'tq\ ; I -lug- --the---responses; --;-she-- seemed especially

THURSDAV : -- VALUABLE PREMIUMS TO NEW SUB- ---. -- -- - --- -- she was a snake in the and that I had desirous
PUBLISHED VERY PY -- --- -- - grass i ihat all the congregation should.
J. L. WITMAHT.nfflce JEREMIAH D v w j,.. DAMKL J.' DAY.: SCIUBERS From Peter Schlemihl in Anif rici.M rather have her sister i than fen i ihous-arid know what a miserable sinner !he was and .

.T. 'Day A Co., Siriicribc! early while the terms arc low THE CAPTAIN'S WII"". such hypocrites as she was ; that il there how 'she had done the t thing she oughtnot

Third Story lt/elPs Buildings, corner of COMMISSION. MERCHANTS, Mr. Kcrnble! reminded t the eaptiin of his 0 was any mischief made between me :and my to have done ;' ,and when the service J a

Commerce and Chestnut streets. Dep2 No. 52 Water street, Fa. nE-rUHLICATION OF and! claimed Ins compliance."Certainly. I wife, I knew whom to thank for it all.' She was over she had a kind word for every one,
I Apalachicola
09- Agents for LLOYDS ; also, Agents for, the THE I LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW, ." said I the captain.; "You lifted up hr hands, and said: : S hp believed especially was she nnxinu for the health of

Thn.Vl "yLtnalnsiiranceCjo/'the" Protection Insurance TIlE,: E lINljRil( [ N'EVIEW, must know, then, that; list October, wan a all men were fools, and] of all (fools.I J Mrs. Bowline and all her children. and on
V JCRIP-nc\s.-Three Dollars per, Co." and the "Hartord Insurance Co." Hartford 'i'iiiXOlI'Il BRITISH REVIEW, when I arrived wiih the greatest.; This brought the church
; she
year. at Babylon a cargo ; on a spirited steps lingered to weak lo
'fWid in aJv'ance, or $3 50' if paid within sivrnntK Conn. THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW: ,
or 5* if 'paid lhercalter' of teas from Canton and ns soon as il was 1|I ;altercation in which I spoke mv mind all our neighbors, high and low far and,

NTa subscription taken for a less tprm than six WM. W. Snl WM. \V. CIIHEVKRSi AND possible T left the ship t and tinder t the highest ; j pretty plainly.; So soon :'* 1 heated ihe near ; so it waspre.'it well advertised before .

ftI1tJ-.ln-J ?2 will!! invariably; charged for HIS V Clieet'cr, BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE.. [ steam-pressure set out for my liitle t nook wine, I decanted it intot tumbler. Mywife's we got home that my %Vift! had a rar\V shawL

'bat .ri.\.I.| No i l'lpr, willbedifcontiniied un IIIlII1'.lrl C 0 :11 I S S I ION MERChANTS J 1 of a villain, on the Hudson. u'u-rc j sister ind recommended hot \inegar- t the prettiest bonnet :md the richest silk
IIJ "If1 l t1i' option of the Oific.N'o.. Tio! above Pci'ii'riN;:: : r.rf rcprotod) i in NVvVcrk my
:"': ar'' i' ) --tn-et.. : ; : but I told
: lnnwI1ialeTiII'ir whole st)x i k (.1' human hopes arid :aHeetions i her 'I 1 would leave the vinegar dress ever seen in l hat parish.! AH for poor
I er-3: \ daclucola.Fla! i 'I o! ;-iv.d; I iI": the I jiili-i! ; .
;'\1prirtor.ArrKiTi*'.\I "I' .-On s1UtrettveIVc: lIrl _. __- _- >!e.incr, in a hellll'lIl? clcsr: ':\ ;i'', n,i l fi'.i1 v:hiii- lay invested" iu a \\t\f i\ ,-nd /' chiMicn.: ) ; cruet all tJ: herself! ; I knew n better thing :Mr>. Tom Bowline her dinner was spoiltfor
..Tted the of One t:01'1Bc:: 11 is singular; ; !Itllt it i is thm I I than that for wife.. one Nor she ,the
or \1".) will be in : at rate Dallar ----I paper and arc f.iitliiul: ('(l'ja.; 1.lh'! I ; perhaps *o ; my day. was; only woman
for the fir"t, :and Fifty Cents for every subsequent DEALERS IX llAlW VAItI' H.ACK'.YOlm'sJAtUZI ;: being an c\act f.c-; never have any drear! fiat anyi lung can have III:1p'f'nf'tlto i On my way I npsiaiis.h I I thought I heard made mi'epible. by my wife** tillrF):. Many

I insertion.FOI'MM CHANDLERY: IRON STEEL, NAILS, iiinilf* of the Edinburgh! edition. my family till I get on sound- I my wife's loor:
1 t who aherti: by the; year a I liberal SPIKES, AND C.\STh\( ', I 1iRerobraLc: flu: vi('", of the t three great inzs, and t then I can neither, sleep nor eat, on entering, I found her lying on I the IH'II. was thought good enough l a last another)

toro-nt will l b
strict'-y'! pertaining to their own bnsines as well per \\\rurcs.\ BUckwood :and! t thf London Quarterly and found out if all is well at homo. I hid difficulty in peHirif'iug: her to drink Ihe absolute loatlilJ The wives of all rlreI'an..h
' advortiscinentsent in by thrill, will Dc 1 1 Apilachicola: F the i Edi-ibnr IJcvicw" Whin rid t theMVestniinJtcr
all 'IVy ;
as at the tisual rate __ __ : ._ ; Rcvic\v" Kidicnl. The "NorthBritih ihe happiness to learn that my familhat mullcelVin(. ;and then I set to work rubbing ; praised me up to ,heir husbands, as tj- \!I ;.ilvrertiseme'ils must be paid form Charles Ilo. rs Jolin Munn. Eugene U7. Rogers. Rpvie\v" i-s moiv or a 1''li i<.\19 rwrartl'r! been I increased! by a fine Imv. horn; one her fret :,gain. She now brgan !o sob. and such a kind) itmn.' one who loved lo seohis

advance. C'iis. SJo:ers c'v Co., I hnv'n;: been orisjiinlly nlitf-d) by Dr. Chalrnft<, month after In) departure.i You may miessny I to say : She didn't! deserve/ to have such a wife look! like somebody ;* and the

;fj-: five Dollarsvili, he charged for announcing CO\LISl'; M K I* C II A N T S, and now since Ins d.ilh. bcin conducted by his ; impatience lose- him. I sent off a letter \liushtitiil, .I tvas too good for her.. nObody daughters: teamed; i heir fathers, for new boo

candidate: fir nfii111dn'rli.oml'flts((. dec Water street I I son-in-law( ) Dr. I hum., us-tociatcd with Sir David I announcing i my arrival I, and I the day on would) love her-.nobody ought to !love her/ nets and shawls, so that I IV.I ahundimlv,

[$. : from a distance: must 21. __Ap.ilaehicola! Fa. Br.nvntor. Its litemry character i i. of I be ver'h which I should be at home. My welcome) I felt encouraged to leave rubbing her fet abused on alt! hands by the m!ii. for spending

he a4 tJ11:11:1i"J: with the cash, or city reference, N. T. Ecolois. ighc 1 .rd..l' was as joyous as I could, have wished it tobe. and i 10 take! to rubbing her hands! am! to all my money on my wile's r.ick; ; and

totrwii'v i insertion.SJuQfntjss. COMMISSION \D i F O RV A DING rnicf nut 1SH, (IF NUc-cniMKn KOU EAULY.J The boy was a noble fellow a year kiss her begging her to tell me 'What was when\ the secret 1 leaked out what my wife's

i h- -- --- --- MERCHANTS, For .my Ole: t the four Revil''.*, :0>:: per :ntJi.! old. and as like me as two peas. These are :the matter.; ( And) then she fell to crying shawl eosi,-for I lion! care lo hide 'Bri!:'*

.J3frcctor: No. ,U 1 Wak"--reef, For any: two, (Ia-). -r; bright days of sunshine, which repay a sailor ; ngain, and sobbing! she said: : She con khtie bill wh'-re my wile was sure to find if-the

---- .- -. ___Di'C_ 2 Apalachieol.i, Fa. rl'ranylhn'C'i lt,. ,7" for some of I the storms of his ocean life tell rue. for I should hate her ar.d he de- admiration of the women and the contempt

Win. G. Porter & Co. A. N. \frK \Y. X C. nOiaICn \S. Pu\rr. For all four of thel\cvie\vs. t'> and) of which his owners, t though t they gel set ved: to be hat oil.. a nIl all! that sort of I thing. of ihe_ men rose In t the. highest |I'Iti.ii. One

\LEliS IX GO.IH( AMI COMMISSION For flI.ackvoid'laga:r/ine, : all the profit of the voyage. can't deprive The more she decried, herself. the more thing, i is certain: -never had the &parish: 1'lunch
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tt Co.COMhlSON "
TIcZiiy For BI.ickwoM and :: Reviews 9
IgrII\\T him-ihouah they would do so if ihov could, tIC OIL aIii I became and was on I the point of worn such 1 a 'fashionable I before a* it did.
ForBlackwoodandtlie t I Review10.0U I (
No 41 \V.>fr stref!, MERCHAXTS for t they grudge everything t t to I iheir ship in.ikiug :a 4-tiMii( .bira i a nil asking her for- I that winter. Now," said I ihe (,'rain.vilh "

t1t' 3)) Apil<I ter-sfreet, 1'11.1'0/11 t<> be wa'/f' ill nil aims in atlr/utce masters."After. iVi'ta.'S ; bur lutkily, I did no such thing, thump on ihe table which uiadv! the ;jjla''e C

". to. Xo'ir-e, [I.I 1 B. Sto.i.% II. \\T. llrooi.S1O1I *. ._pe: ) Apalachicola, Fa. PREMIUMS: I I hail been at home three d-tja. I fur alier: 'sobbing the secret came nlll- dance t here's my method for tr.iiiir .
%'imtse, tV Co. y P0 ''on-sislins of back volumes of the followi'i" Cipt-irt; I How; line had brought home to his woman? with hysterics. And I Iili give \'H.
.: a. ,\ .:. .13.: Ej n returned to finish up the voyage: with! I ihivoxviicis. '
j' .l '..r1 i < -'ID( N M ?: l R 0 II .\ X T3. ..-\CTOIS, it t01: \JJSSIOX l MERCHANTS: : \'a\ work7.\ : and haul up ,the ship. This done, wife a ( :,I/rrll're shtand! I hal only sir." addressing the ;pril'-r. the fx;I"1 "proportion

:t'i \ l''r' ,'rl'pt, N'.u(.1. .t ret. J"I1t1ev' Miacellany. I returned bag and baggage, to wife to brought her a silk dress.1 U : all," "j I of spice lo be pui into :a p t t.l ti
)n, I_! __ _-._1iLteic.iL.Fla.__ ._ _. .. D"I"P: \ \4'Ir.or.! ,. ikJrofrciciotE Metropolitan: Dublin i 7uiveritv MiirazincTli : \IoIai'int: make a f long st!tav at home.) The opening, exclaimed. and I kissed her ;>1- heartily as wine, and in your next edition of C-Vniu "'
: -- _.-- -. -- ever a woman was [kissed belore. Arid now Love, I b,g you will put it in as C i I.j!l'tVeaihiersfietl'i '
ti r.l.ti'f; 4z Yaiir; j :'I"k\\flI..r-;. ,r/.iIH'. of .1 sailor's! IHXPS is always a matter of in-

'l : : I '.) V i-i.l 1 K O R W v !It I D I XM r; l ioticr Thf LOU.) .. f l.te Edinburgh, I he For'iirnQii.irferU. I I irrest to captains wives and I h; procured 't was my turn to complain to tell her how remedy. Women wilNoin-
( ; ')ub.hail she! had 'been lo keep nip in such : tim"-s be crnss' raiff'II ; it can't I>e helped .
\ K.? 'I" .\XTS, -- and :llic Westminster: Ricv< for myself all I 1 the, presents? Canton provides.Two .
:y... :;:1 4V..tt41 ...( \\rj '. .I \. Any ruie ':ii! s'nbii! !< to JJlackwood, "r I" 011..1 pieces of rich silk for dresses, a set of suspense all the while: anti hen came her but instead of breaking III' tlL the p-l ri'tns
'l.'n \ ) !', IT U.EEN.i.I :\ I). to her round of 'hiis'Kind: and wife mother and chld. ihe
.\! ,,:;, of I till Review- f"1 n-year; or f any two of 1 lacJ.rt.tII'a.tahlrs. a set of carved che-'- torn put arms ins- nerk, and, to '
----- ---- -- ":.?- ;*-'. ., i-f-.iden, Ci ii...;' nl the IVriodtrjs; [ nt i:'3. will 1 I r"'ei'p'ati i our t kiss me, and beg to he for i\'n. All which, most terrible of all calamities. !Itt everybody
'In.ti' {'i iI.'II.. iiien, and t things of that sort. I saw a look
,' Cc 1 .i < tJjC MawinUr. vah'tntrol any o! I tiif I pivmi'trn! abinv' namedA I ;assur you, was a very ;;;ref':1blc'I'iudin try my preseri;>!ion! -a pint ff mulled wine
? of wife's face but
i'iiilV I MC'JrilXT! disappointment :
: (
I H I ""I"0\' q. s'lbsrrib.-r! n. '.-.fl\ !hrn. of t the JJ< ri..hit'aiat upon[ my up to this taken icftrnt ',n going ((Led. and n Cashmrrc -
; ; '. I she said nothing. and the matter
tI p-issed
>7 .i-\eir: T I. the r.w) Reviews at !*b, \ ill receiveifw ..
1 in sftdict in thr ami I
.1f'l11' f:" !.:1( G. .II,a. IKiVrs. prcmlllill.0111".. .. abovo.A : oil But when Sunday morning came my wasiiot long discovering the "::ole morning- pledge

: ; ,1'.r\r.I\\-: : 'MP\XV, \TTORKAND! Cori.LOlt( ;: .\' LAW, subscriber! t: IU.ickv.ond: and tiiree iic-v...\-.. wife was exceedingly( cross and declaredshe secre: of my wife's grievances. She i bought you my life it will work wonders. Therr
"tf'." C'I"f' \ ,. y11 -'I, B'ipa'.t Ulaekwotkl ,. I didn't love her as much as Captain; Tom .t't'l nevr he another divorce on that !score
()f.'r. :JM<*.;'mrpj in tic! >.,uitlr:: ; in either of I the at $9 a-jear, or ttbe Four : .I.I..t fi to ahitircft- hiU:hi she was
,. \V.t4 .I tr. '11 .\'.. 1"lio! I, at $10), wii! receive thrcr premium vol as regular as I ti1r "<.,n. for: she said.'I've : ]. i loved his wifr, bec'iuse I had: ) brought China don't you think so ?" said the captain, turning .
no 1 \ 1.. ,11. r.). -ilks from Canton instead of an Intl'in shawl briskly to Peter.AIsTitD.hLikeaIoad..
,. umes.fQ nothing (fit to w'ar. I ihou ;
'" ''- 'r. '' t i'ra, klin Cal- A"V\
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Voo-l tV:: 2B-zion, <-itpi.dr.!l.inu'r. H't .:1 <''oiui'-p: |, in any Court: JesiiiJ awl thl''ork.wlsctibi'I fur. boy :,nd girl, set oil' for church.: Everybody cams from one ; of tt., world :nnd silk the city sits

f' > 'Il"II..I'lX I : .\ ?, ''of f f'l-' \Jjr:1 'irrtiit. I lie will ato, CLUBBING.Fmir I vas glad to see me. and I quite tore e.t fio in another ; but these women bt-iit-vc. .t.f squat upon the in relies! : and her people!

ii- \ -12 \V.:T *rt..-r.i ft-nr* i arg'i.' ,-a
,il I'i ____ \:H!.<** l'C':: ,1i.: I..,. see tlu' s fl5I'flh5 i of which, h
\\ \ '.r I'1! .\. :TKiNzit.Yrlit ;' present at, unless! nrovoiited I hy acclllt'nl.tlt"hih reijubr s'.ihsrriptir.n[) lor three- fulh copy way! ieidy: to scold my : t the children! I for my muddying [ lined the captain.: :: Lowing to Peter's chair. Ships: couif !llnine fioni I lmlii ami ride at
\ 1'tprn"r: ( bem irrat i i.f .' Ins her anchor bif'np th'ir doors, cominc in from
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r' :{ 'nzit'. "' i Ilwir" have I every woman! /)" > 1-1,' ;rte. I
shoe*. and wouid :0 ) M si : > ) \T \f ;i .t.; si \ NTS --- --- -- f::$- .\ ( ;'rei'iui:1' iil1i' s itrl irlirrr llic ( and my wife's j was Mrs. Truit Bfniimr( arid I! ihe! sea t ilirnti'jh path they have opened in
X \Vi1.Tstreft.I A. f:. !'o<' :JKI:; ,"mtljllmr i..:ntnlf to rlnbs, nor will plCmilm. them on I lie spot; i if I had: not interleiedwiih :the thought ef( being ouf hone bv 1 1I I: ihe! sand!. and unlading ihtir *ood!% on quays
.-T FOflN !K V .\ T L.A V7. I a any ca: 1'v. tl 'ji'"olaFa, that on the bogs Amsterdam i is
quiver not
: lurch had causpd
all this rnmrroiion. :
-.- _. -- :O1ii'r\iJ.. 2 (.''/}/. .snou'.c Jhjf1ii4, scriptc.n i- fid: in full to the yublisfitm, uithuiit The children vei I' undressed, and \ : now 1.,
4. %; .] ;; ;I r -I---- ror. of Centro; & Coiniier''o t tieet:. t r'c'Iurc I loan c gc 111. dinner.ened, and nothing on I the table w.-i | so happily ned! in n eli-jmr.g up h"n"r. pleasant place in the world whena

': f r.-:< \LE! \ V;) H:;: riL 1-t' "(1 r.. nov':: Apa'i! '-iicfi'j! Fla.IVolicc. EARLY OP1 ES. cooked fit lo rar.lId so I he next \vre!, I I told mv- viV( her wishes slmiild be jranfp l lo June *nn i is shining hot upon- ihe dead

i4; '.' .if. i- j jitio: t21fd.IOiIy.| A lale! :arrangement: with the British p'1,1i! isher: pasced, on. Mv enO'.ea.H; hick as mud > my power to \
it H ship ,, : i is onlv disturbed, by the sluggijsh barges, or
I" ) i stores.N" of I BI3'or..l'! ,' secures to us car'y' : ud intended that; 'ihis sli.n.ld he done as :;
i l lt: \\rat' rstre-'l, rT HK C"ip.irT rship! tlC'r(:of ore cxi i.,1 tin liei .sheets of lb.t\vrk, b\ which we shall [w'ahie' -my t turkejs dope I to a crust and I t\ HI$I soon a..t r I could (find a '\ .,' : ; \: i-'ii-ola\ t'11 the sibriba'rs, tin-lf-r ti! .- f nn taf'f I). ; 1 knew I the devil was about to be let loose the "f the niercliant
to place t fie entire i number; in t the hands f.f uscnbers !.- i "l U, dinner time i m\ wj"v. < tit.ssrd.I srres ; princes Am-
B. V.'OOD & CO., expir.thi: I < dIThe! 311:11'"I' : ; : but for why I couldn't guess. Intl t!J" uieanwhil' )- : '
aAJu'Jr. before portion ot" i it I ran; be nprintrdin and! down dinnnnr "terdim. A broad canal; sweeps through
ariy I as we sat to !\.five! : re
( 1 Jht concern: uiil i I be I lnj-iiflitf-d; by N. .1. DobloM. %V1e( 5 sisirr. who had been a s-ut
American Journal For this, and my the centre, full of kind ol rrafr. and
'V of the
P'T.VIt Rt-r \ .. I D. II. V.'OOD miy !i.ippy as a hri.wrl ?> for 'rivs'-It, :t. I every
) : \Lt I '; 1)U' '',. \IElTCtNE' P\I'T"I'' .' other advantages: c'm.'d to our Milxciihers, \s l-I of shi p cousin qu.irieied upon i flit ever happier ir? liftMv wiif' ihedain' women land( their milk from their
N. J. DEB LUIS.ltchicola. my :sirr -
01 L>. (.L\S <. ic/-'., fcr.A'i .\;., April I 13, I ISH.f pay pr> 1.1rr a consideration! ttatC / V ii,'ril a*"iM t oi-Mit of St.tin"ry. __ __ _u___ _.__ to raise the price of th? Masra'ine.Thereforu demure as a Connecticut) deacon under thf j: } for proudest doors. The hOU1pQJn,1 half tile
::0 efp I fist' tjm' bar! wife
.' -. C'l' a'ld \VdtirtrcH. w<> reeat subscribe curly ,tFgiI.1it parish pillpir.III; ) no sign t lo show me : mv
t: i 'stTit > Woodruff's > | gave
f ranals shaded
r. ys{ niry. Cordial .' 'a .i;,! 10 h'"nha liii.he tin a.f .!rr"onoa.I : are with deep-leaved lindens,
vl 11 I AIl.ll.I":1i'Ii't.It: : prier in /Oll' what all this i was about."On I. i and
"Rftnittancer and communicalion" should be I :--t-.1)0'' \ to ht', afs.-rtr.J.) : ;" .1 II'\ lilt-carriages rattle under them with the

Q:{' ! HI i I Silti'r, liorDiarrhwI.! Ik'-i't.t..LrV, C!irlt'ra Morb'is, always add .**I'd, pot-paid; or franked to I the ihe next Saturday; wife" affrrrsip. ;!- : i- )!(., hp r.-f; : ni>- fond t:.!l'i'| '_'. Und: romo lo all homes on ont side and the waters on
!. Cholera! Inia-ifniri! : and summer complaint of was sitting with my | and children i I I
COMMISSION \II 1 K: u.iif: A N T, i publishers. LEONARD SCOTT At (CO., fhf !'<*Tfi ot t t the sfair; < Oi'ut 'irprhfinl) US. It the nrh.-r. X"where are girls' faces prettier
rl-ildren! : for sale I hvJ'.h heard :i 1 fJ'k-lt the door. and ef.f; ;! o-u! ,
Nl < \Vdterstreet-rj-.i! "t air-, I 7'1 Fulton) St New }'taI kGODEV'S < ': ,.,-:? on" of thos'fv' / jr -'. nfpshicli lisTtit'rs ti lan in I Iliil'ar.d I :complexions pearly
.. .. C. ALLEN.BULL'S : -
D ---- -- ---- --- Come I-lI1d 1 in come mv oil fri*"rtd.
1 Fia. -
;c 1. >7. Ap.ilachirola; hear !roo'; 'hin= rhornselves arc white, wiih just enough of !them'logive
Thomas Bowline aftoJII\ .. ," ;
1)\U'i"'S BOOK, Captain) |/0'
Sal'saltal'illa. resulted in mff" qj} ; healthier bloom and their bands areas
J. C. ,Alloti Sand's, Hri.tol's and Hailey-p om- AND FAMILY MAiIAXIXE: all the splendors of a $new rig. H I.- i h fair.; soft and their
I hoi f tapering are
\\'h.tli"iI. > sh'm tI}
and ;Retail J"al'r! :n i r. -o ; ? "> Iiersftlt ''jI) eyes
fl'iid extract of Sarsaparilla, ju t received in I the United) States, I turned t the week before flIp ('"'m C'r,: "." i. ,
> oldest
1JjUN \IIJ)1CIN'I-S! I I'AIXTS, OILS, I The Magazine: to ;i si'ii" t'l I r 'T1VPt! f 0 !Mibron., | (lull mirth, witchery and tire.Bentley's'Ilisce(1izny.
OLASS, 1m tIlE5"c.., Xc. and for sale by contains) monthly sixiy ages; 01 l reading matter ;and we were the only seahinn, men nl ia'! .
also, _Fell t )7 II F A I ELL.) by the first writer in the country,-twelve more place, and t though our, wives were ncitz hl".! -. I B i n : 'o j-i ., ;';1m' story : thr "pxt

Jl !rI"rnl tKxortnmit of Dr. \Vood iigr's Aiifihillious Vc than the New York magazirieTwo plendid it so happened that we had not been home day my wt,. ;and I set nu-t for llabylon$ she TIlE LAW OF .:wsP."P.Rs.-l. Subscriber -

B vifc t TIL.\ Iq' VTION Iv; .':1' -tc. ;- steel cngravim;*, an undeniably authentic colored at the same time for six year. '|fIn fla.-" her Chinn' silks made! up, and as formyself. who do not give notice to ihe
"able Life Tills.FOH express
cor. nf Chcsnut te Coinui'rcstreets.. ( monthly Fashion plate, Model S and and''l : reaih had other business than
"I to them boils I no
"" 4 was delighted see i, contra, are consideied( as
Apil-ieiiicoU: Fla.R. < ile by ) wishing to continue -
__. __ _ !. 8 J C ALLEN.irv Churches: Crocket Work, and andn.ll oth-r L mat ter for my wife I thought, was wonderfully I 1's'i! ,' to "rompanhpr and) to buy a shawl which : their subscription. .,
i illustrated ,
all explained
S. STuu-lcy, I the Ladies, though exceedingly polite. I soon 'fnri.": should) outshine Mrs. Tom Bowline's. 2. subscribers order the
.' -- -- -- ---- discontinuanceof
\rrot \Nt) C() \1 11( ."teX IEnCH.XT Osnahul'-s. &(. &c.Price I found old friend '
I. for which includes the all about her manner, in the pleasure of i FottunaSely, my Briggs, I iheir"paper, the publisher continue
one rmy
I ., 2' Waters treettl4cl1ircl, i t;M.ES Georgia O-nab'ir, on con,ign1J Lady's Dollar year Newspaper, making three talking over our several fortunes since we I of Salem just in from Calcutta, with a half to send them until alarrearal4 are paid.

\!,, I I a. i.t Dec merit, for sale by J. DAY & Co.Vl publications in one month. . . ;" 00 List met ; and as we h:1rlllot! mei before he I i I dozen magnificent shawls of which he allowed 3. subscribers neglect or refuse to take

.. .\"Z'"-"' tv Jones, --. -- Two copies without I the Ladv's_ Dollar having been absent from I the I village I since i I me to take my pick it cost price their papers from the offices to which theyare

> Xo \\Y"'rl'Ir',1. /FOSTER & COXE' I'nuine Southern Tonic Five copies with one I to the person sending talk over. They made a !louu rail I I. and when I to have affixed. So I modestly fold him IIP'i' they have settled} the bill and ordered the
_. :___.___._Ap.iLtricoLiFa.i1.t.144) \ J cornpounik'd (from medicine] of our own the club. . 10 00) they went away my wife went up to her might receipt a bill for one at seven hundred discontinued. i
tE; forests, a perfoct and lasting cure for (fever and ; ( ( paper
JA Ifl ; ; Eight 00 and dollars for which I
v VViwuv WOOD for fifty paid him-threc
A. room, and I saw no more of her. when 4. subscribers remove "to other !
1'.11,1 for being 1 the best Tonic in cases ol 00 place*
a uc -U I
15. : Twelve .
Kllisoii V Co.lClATS., I copies she word down that she I hundred. This I had safely stowed in
I tea was ready, sent away without informing ihe
weakness! known for sale publishers "wIthe
M1 1 S S 1 lfI'1 \ M i general )debilitv or now A wpecimen of either the Lady's Book, or the I
had a headache] and had gone t in bed. I my trunk as a coat T had been buying. 1 is the former
? *v -fl4j.r4Jfl i\ Iiy_ April 27] H F AHELL.SEIDLITX Lady's Dollar Newspaper sent to any person paying paper sent to direction, they
\ "The next morning matters wor no more : purchased beside a fine satin bonnet, with held
K'I:: EIEs) IIAUDWAIMTIN : E the request. are responsible.
; Vist i.i.d. Soda Powders of the poastagc on
WX'CK." : I !VriT<. SMOKS. HATSI'S liv for sale Address L. A. GODEY, pleasant aspect I than they had done ;and : a plume that drooped down on her shoulder ,I 5. The Courts have decided that refining

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'lL'tNlLEY.c\\ atf'r anti' J Ch"5nutt". ----- c for Col 1 oti. January, 1 IS 18. wife burst out into a flood of tears :and setoil' I perfectly delighted with her visit. \Ve remained -1 and /leaving it uncalled for, i is prima iicie'evidence
Dc 9"r. for her chamber. I followed her and in (town a week when her silks came ; of intentional fraud.'
_. 1 AMlicliicoU. Fa.MPP for bales in lower Cotton Yard.
-------------------- __-|._--- ---,- ROOM yoiJiJ PROSPECTUS OF there she lay on the bed, in a regular fit of i home from the milliner's. Her dresses were : _ 1\

I(1'VflI'I JlcCnlly, loJ'eb2i "THE OLD ZACII I I just as she liked to have them How ; '
it : X J DERLOIS. hJslC'rics.Vhen she came lo herself: ; a most rare A DUTCHMAN JOINS Tilt "TEI- : I
ANDnii.ssiox< < >
X). r-) Water street.MKRCIIANT, Vinegar.A1KV A veeklypper, designed to advocate! the electionof asked--'Why, what on earl Ii what is all 'thing. I can tell you and as to the bonnet. PERANCK."-You go and puy tin barrel vis- I

!iv i 11 t ZACHARY TAYLOR, of Louisiana to the this about !' She rose and putting her I no language count express Her admiration lie'v. and take it home, and put a foshet in I
AtLilachir''la Pa. sale
for low "
I Cider _
thi! l ls Vinegar,
--' -_ pure McCULLY, Presidency of the United States. hands on my shoulders looked me lull in of it. And so we reached home on Saturday it, und vhenefer you vant: un schnap, go and

0'jC GE"Et.R! .1u' ; t 'arriur, Nov 1 11 .7J Water st.WADE the face, and said :-Captain \Veat tiers- night, perfectly well pleased with everything raw it. und! shust so much viskey ash
;CI'IVf"I: ;. FOItW: I J lING .t; The undersigned proposes to publish a political in the house and of it. you
: out of der
C') MISSION MKIICIIAXT -- field, if you don't know you ought to know hpr. shust! so much vater
ra7fU'S. in the ot Tuscaloosa, to tje issued you
XI paper city and I wilted down under her h look! like a boy I The rather into tier den
next parrel
5cVate, ttrert clay was a bright frosty :} pour ; yon see bavi
ov111 & IMITCU.Ml'S anal l Rodders & Son's weekly! during th cn!uing presidential campaign, you
_: -.\It .Iacllleola, FI"- Ru'/.ors I for sale by lo be entitled as above, and to be devot.-d to the caught in the act of playing iiuant."There's I day, and my wife dressed in her beautiful I I i always a full parrel of viskey. only directly ,

Cft.\s- P. MLL----; fil7HTAVF. HO T.\Is-. Kcb-ji I 'it F HELL. support: of M.ij (1t.>II. Zachary Taylor, as I the I very few men)," said the capt.iin bonnet and rich silk dress. certainly looked I J afiher :a vile, it coome vea'ker und veaker :.

!I'Callsi & IConiaiii. ------- ( isiiss people's candil .lle lor t the presidency. : addressing] Peter, who. after long charming. She had a pretty fur cape on, ]. und at last you haf nothing put un parrel of ,

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, )OiI" THE OLI X\ca" \\ endeavor loprosecufethe voyage could have stood such an appeal as and with a sweet smile, said : Now, dear vater; den you vant no more use vor viskey,

r\ov. No. 9 Columbus IJloeU. JUST received, and! for sale liv J. C. ALLEN. corning political war, i in Alabama, as t the this. I fell some rascal had been telling let us go for the bell is tolling.. You must j, and you jine (demperanche.

-- IS Apalachicola, Fla. Union h.i" oil" often, I threatened: to prosecute I the stories out of school I ; but for I the life of nif, know my wife never goes into church too ]i

L s. 111.- Njckcl'- -- soli- -.- -. May:!| __ _' ___ ______ ,_ war in :Mexico. with vigor," with great vigor CDLI ldmi't conceive who i il I could be. And soon, but just before the minister commences HIGH LITK A IE'iT.-Two English

DEALEIt I CLOTIIJ JXG. HOOTS. SHOES, n (IU"S ?1 I1LiIleSifl, ," with iucreas-ed vigor." Whenever (the then my wife went oil"again; into another lit, his prJyers.Vhy, my dear, where'syour I gentlemen in high life have arranged a Wager -

I BATS, CAPS, Arc. JUST! received and for sale by old veteran shall Ito set upon by the myrmidonsol worse than the first. I took on'- her shoes shawl I' 4Oh 1 don't need a shawl j i for one thousand guineas, that one of

Dec. 23 Xo. 1 Columbus Block, .__ :ebj21_II !' ARELL.MOFKATS t the power mark,,"and TIIK endeavor OLD ZACH"to give i will in stand return up, "to a and her feet were cold as ice. As I rubbed to-day. But, love, just please me, and |I them shall sell one million boxes of lucifer

Apalachicola-- -Fa. LIFE PILLS AND P1KKNIX( little more Capt. Bragg." them I conjured up all the recollections of wear one.' She was for an instant a little matches in the space of two yeras, and not

Uiiilcrwood A Cuighi1'AILOItS just received and for sale by That (the grape.contest will be a successful one, the my voyage, and they were not half as pleasant displease ', but quelling the feeling, she ran sell more than four boxes for one penny I II

Nov_-'S__.--I'! ABELL.- Jrtl '!ltSar.saparilla undersigned entertain" no doubt. He respectfully as I could have wished them. But up stairs, and iboro lay my splendid presenton not exceed six pennyworth to anyone ind'i-

t\LtZELL'S BUILDING, CHESTXUT-ST. FJO\\'lIlicllcl's: solicits the attention of all the friends of Gen. ,finding it impossible to restore my wife, I her bu) pan. She came running down withit I vidual ; to commence on the 24th day of

JUST r"'I'intI.l and for sale by Taylor, in this and adjoining State, and especially ran down stairs leaving the doors all open on her \ "m, nud! throwing her arm around Jul: 1848, at York, and finish in huh :
Apalachicola, Fa. 27 H. F. ADF.LL of I the "Rough and Ready Clubs," now 1 24th of July, 1850.
bAll behind me, to. the kitchen to make some my iipck, mrst into tears. As I knew these
a iat.atcl h.orders, attended to with punctuality Irish Potatoes- -nml--- ---Onions.- forming in various places, to this Prospectus. mulled wine, and there was my wife's sister, tears did] :ifer good, I let her eiy them out,
Jan. subscribers should make
20 desirable \ The
It is that humane
FINE article I Ir !,Il.- 'a' \ offices with her demure' face, which helped to irri- and so scon! as they could be drieo :1\\'a) association we read of
tl. N. Scott & Brother, A Nov I II E. McCUi.y.smVaers( known their. names and post as early as tate me no little. I called for wine, and she pi' on her shawl, found it all right and i 13 the V) "Atli-taJabKt-inlo.j>ublicas.scmblies .
practicable."THE "
flB \t'UOUI'LE AND RETAIL DEALERS IV Liverpool Sail, OLD XACH" will ho published until the spices, and a porringer, and while it was ihoujrii I say it, there never was a finer looking Society. We think it cannot fail

GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, ShOES sale by election, at the moderate price of ONH DOLL\R heating, she began I b)' saying : She wished .- ror' a happier woman in the world than to exert a wholesome influence in the world.

::1. Cor. Water HATS and,ntm-ctrccta&c., FOR 30 n F.JT.1S0Co._ invariably in advance, F-T a renxjltance of $2; lo Heaven: her sister knew how to treat a my wife at i that moment. _ Boston Post.

Dee23 Apalachicola, Pa. --' -, Tr.iii/ScoTcb do. Weeding and Garden thirty copies will be furnished ; for $10 fifty copies husband as he deserved to he treated-that Wo walked up the head of the broad A POLITE EDITOR.-The editor

.- .- SWEDE Blacksmith JMlow, Cotton and Wool ; and for $75 one hundred copies. if she was a wife, she should. know how to aisle, !hi presence of the whole congregation Arkansas Journal :_Where of the

S A. DoJ e. Cards Spades and S'1": ,-Is. Cauldron and Sugar A specimen number will he issued on 13lh prize a man who did) every thing a man; to our $pew, next lo the minister's anal it was two weeks says our office
IhIPpJ\G & COMMISSION MERCHANT .. sale by March, which will be extensively distributed. her: 1 in humorto would. have done heart ago now runs the Missis'f1 -
Pans, Ploughs. &c & (j.r could] do to please was no your good to have sippi river. Out of for
J. SLADE. the
M. D. respect father
Dee No. 40'Water Street, |B ELLISON & Co. hear my wife ..)ltNcd, and so I burst out her sweet clear, ringing voice, mak I rife' ". left. t
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-- ---- of New Hampshire) for the sake of their I We are amused with the
From ill'lS.. dollar. But to three salarirs when characterofifae
That Cass is of.
TIII CASS PLATFORM.: he did not earn one, and i lo charge t the public ; votes 1 This dochhie of pledges might ex- opposed lo any act charges made against Gen. Taylor in Ohio

The SOS Days of Cas with the expenso ol the very !seivires for -- ---- ---. -_---- -. ,----.. --- -' lend lo almost 1 ever q ii' St 101) that would be Congress prohibiting the people of the new and Indiana. Indeed they prove only) thu

wJTich' lit1 was ilrattjng three salaries ttc dofiipjuiFP APAL/.CIIICOLA SATURDAY, SEPT. 9, 1848. territories from making (mrs on the subject of
the distinguish of
General < ;:* >; s.\ i 'I In i: French Jikojy lo agitate tin: deliberations, Congress he has served bis
1 be I the most I impudent .. country long-been JQ
1t'\'OiUli'wlI to altogether -" -.- the Southern
I t'leir i v s>h: imml igcs by : - whole Presidential term.- slavery ; while Democratswere
during a I most responsible positions and i
lite name; vday?. Tims! we havpthc I I three thing on icewd. I If impudencetvcie courage 2The: following %. nliemeii! are authorized favor of such :tn act in the to do
days of .I ul" Jor example. In himu: I imitation wo should) readily I believe I I that General Agents for the COM.MKKCIAL' AnvEtTisr.naud, will .' And if so, where is the necessity of Representatives Clayton : with all sorts of men, and yet we find hi, :

of thi-j :great; mo'l '. .\- propose to Cass i is the hero and ;"lire-rater that his supporters ]receive ;mid receipt subscriptions' or advertisements Washington ? Different sec- Compromise (jilt. The Southern Democrats opponents driven to the most silly and ridic. :

.tlistmcuUh Gorernor Ca>s's various incursions If'pH'scnt.'e challenge friends I :- i| (lions of the people have taken the power ; knew that if Congress did not forbid ulous matters of censure. In Ohio, a rei.| I

upon the Treasury. Tiierp are his and enemies; to produce from icpublica.i annals WM.V.. Ciir.cvER, EIJ.| Albany, Cm. 'i from Congress, and the pledges ol the Pr's- them, the people of the new territories I low named Joseph Rennet, who it I
1 a parallel to I this shocking pc ii tat ion. Major JACK HAKIWIAN. Eufal la. Ala. seems
J03 days I in Wishin ton, in lr'21: 1S2Q, would i immediately laws !
which are thus chronicled! in document No. True it j is, that English:annals present iriI! I JAS. J. OLIVER. Tallahassee, Fa. i idcnt become I the laws of the'land. This is pass prohibiting was a volunteer, certifies that Gen. Taylor| I
of, 'but they are instances - __- doctrine t that cannot be too slavery, which laws would he binding when I cursed him and others
C;, 27th Congress 3d session. I House of Representatives instances. con uplWlI : -- p-- "-- -- ---- m. : an alarming I as a set of chicken

War De1)hrtIIitttcr : ) iu i which corruption i has disgraced ; FOR PRESIDENT) : !: boldly resist ed. It I is uprooting our representative they became States! ; but Gen. Cass knew thieves, in Mexico. He says he took chick

(:: 1622, for atter.ifanrrt at seat nf (tovernment and ruined i tho men who Inve been gui Uv of \ ZACHARY TAYLOR.FOR system of government entirely. I this also, and hence his opposition to any ens, but did not steal them. The Union
it. Wo. defy I the friends of l't r. Cass to I ,
by order ol'1 the Secretary; of prodix e a single; instance in IIP.! history of VICE PRESIDENT : The true. Southern interest is not a suffi act of Congress restricting the action of the and other prints of that stripe, give a his.

War, on settlement nf hi* accounts. from free people, in. which a public man had: :MILLARD FILLMORE. cienl inducement to establish a precedent of Legislatures. Gen. Cass said I lory iu their columns, of Joe's
Hist Orlodpi, 1621 to -!.Jdl1.1', 1822 2S() any ( _._._____ __ __h _. _____ __ _. ._ grievance;
been able I to hold his head after his conviriiou H, Congress lias no rijihl lo interfere with
up disastrous I iu its It seems that; Jor had better have
day?, ;,,1 10 rations; (at 20 r< nts eachicr\ FOR GOVERNOR{ : pledges, so consequencesj kept 'dark
.'J I allownuce for of the cross offences whkhr have constitutional 1I\'fmllleul. Sip: the subject of slavery in the territories ; but on the matier and not attracted
( ttavin
y, ((4IG.) :: xpenscs; L'wis Cass in i this and '; Gcn. THOMAS BROWIV.FOR j our : so much notoriety .

(1hflg and from Washington, ;:mi whilst proved vicms numbers upon of this journal. III :'ItitIS pre- pose tint Cass is elected, and that fcr fire the Southern Democrats said that Congress for his own sake, because it has beets
there, ('S1.n32)-Sl,4) 1 h*. numbers we have !shown from official dncti- : : This for 206) ; days. Our HOH. E. c. CABEL.L
was: 1"'ilJH'1I) I
mcnis, that lie received fiflcni thousand dolI ,i voted I lor I the clause restricting territorial that the much
rcmb2r" of Congress, snm of iSiem think: FOR ELECTORS I do you suppose I that t the (free suil'movementbe Ohio. abused Joe had beeo

themselves tolerably! weil paid when t theyereiv lars in 18-3, for seven tears services that !; : '! \ l checked: ? No. il will only havj lime legislation on this subject in the Clayton taken up"( for hog stealing just before he
been for from I
had ; paid lo year) ,
;already year ;
eight dolLif] nml milr! ; (' ft Compromise bill. Judge McLean: of t the the "
I a day rconung i in pursuance; of a settlement I which he had | Of \Ves-t Florida. I II" gather wiih the greater strength ; and left for wars. Then, there is frc.mrndous -

to Washington. (i-iveiuor C.*.! re- made in 1601 with Mr. Calholll1.11' now | Cn.n.. SEMMES: Altprnlp.SAMUIL : t five j cars fi otis i this! t time, you will have a Supreme Bench says : The Legislature indignation' in Indiana because
ciived but doll.irsTiy; fur i tlio *
r I an ] IriA1 jrven l (if pauc-ncv. i Hut hiM.i.atibc nijcdip ; I i linw hat; lie subsequently received: pay'and ; Ctiluni-1: : SPKNCiil I: I I.Yo I > 1!.t'ra cutididalf for u I the I I Prisidency, : of a Tenilory can rreri iff: no power which is Gen. Taylor; in his despatches stated that

same; tine rt'crivjtic :ins sa.iias! {IUI" j taiions l fill I 1:08 days residence: in \Vasllin1011. : ;- of :l!iiJt! Fi..nlu.I : i srlNJfrllhc: / I ll'ilnialrocisn. Tim 1 1;(,t conferred on it by the art of Congress." part of the I Indian-t; Regimei fled nt Buena

.ruor ('f Michigan, at tin- i .I" t It t $2 O'Ji a j an-1 1. dietv I in the at;ai the I Iciniut s.unn time of 1 his three own salaries accounts for! t UEOIK.E: W CALL, J.?i Alternate.; ; South; will theum' lie i" 'rill' lIIilllll lV. Cali- Congress t thru inusl, give the Territory he Vista-as if Gen. Taylor: could help that.

a" vtr. ivJiich i is thout ?: :. .30 wor-', .,*.1'/\.1 t il Ii f o.ninil; I peiformanro: ; of his dnlics t iuMicltigati (Colonel JOHN H. MclNTOSH, !I I'm uia and New Mexico will i not I have IN yiadmittid power to legislate on the subject rf slavery. Tim they did run i is a serious mehncholyfart.
.TJien lie lrw! Jit the <:o-ti: tine t / '( I Of Eat| Finl iiiJa.
Jur( hi i lu'li. : 1 ; : fur I lie nal peifnrmance I of w II ilh .. ; _. ; into the I Union and what; then bej Which is right ; Gen. Cas. 'or the Southern 'Tzs 'true and pity: *m 'tis true.
fnju-timrjidpnry .
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)3 'hil1I1. This was ;ulrivc i ?!} It) wove i icin. i he: afterwards \lien Sect etarv of War, allowed lloldt-n's DoJiur )jraztic. j nines of the Iltrl tgs of (Jen. Cass ? The Detrfncr.ifs: wiih i I Judge McLean to sustain -
,! tt: I hundred! I General Cass, while of
Wcidlritlgo Secretary
: ' : I War
; To !h:: snrc. lie < "ii.l! :i<:t 5u! tli5 .!u- 1 1ff : \\ilial. This] is an i admiralde I monthly 1 containinga ; : : true policy of the South: is to lei the qu stion ; ilmn ? Cia the editor of I the Star inform ,
ie ; (Jov.r, ''r <,( Mih'2' n. 111.1 1 of s1J-1 lollal: a year.These censured the Florida volunteers because
things HP apparent; on th:. of' crtil.aI l'f of choice: rending.! IH is full!! come tip as soon! as possible 1 lor's us ? *
1\f1Jint'n.cu1! of I Indian ;ilf*its \h1iln.: : 1 they did not find a way to cross (the Withlachoochee .
the dacnmljts! which we ;published in our of wom!>cuts illustrative whatever rending: I delay h strnijrliK-uhiu! :: tluNoilh I I, and I
"biJc lit' tins il) \\ *Ili:; !II'I ; l kH ;hni "'.ts -implying that they might hate
tio sort nf jc4tJuii] : t'i ]I.t':', irct'ii'ii: tilt i J ilary sli.-rJ J lfhrr.'Ilal s-a\s ; r. MrCMlai'd.I : j; matter it contain Sketches: of use character ; vcakt-nisg the South. 1'11.1'11r1h. has 1.11Ri'psTsenlaiives Ii will I be recollect t that after i the nomination :
>( Michigan; to I this he j crossed if I they had been possessed ol ordinary
far it. The, a nio, li*' t"-<;t'i iv. d 1110- 4)1 : aH'II'nl"l while the South! has
; n1&lh3-tLe: to cuttle fi.-h it ? ti i!! give I j ;and portraits of eminent) 1 living menremaikable ; ; only of Mr. Cass for the President) a gallantry. The Florida! volunteers
llfrr 81 500( 61 10 fur
a year or day. 'hi- him just! as columns to ansui i il as! Ihc j for I literary attainment.-:, foim a OG) ; but the North has only 23 Senators; committee$ I of Senators ocot t ted him I htIUhNew
furnm'g' t1ij' duties of f Indian supc' iUt'IHJ"1I1 many : might: refer GPH. Cass to the (fart that he
Jut of :Michigan.i Tinmay liavr btvu all : liny desire. I If lit? can! explain il away, I pail I I of its interesting! m contents.! I It i is so while tin South has 3:. Upon the Senators York, on his way home. These gen- marched' up to the Canard bridge; wh! 300

.;:hl. lie WH- out If MiHjisao 2 at iho tiur.and : vvt; "!i\command linn free access 10 all the for space tve cheap: a:; i lo be within the range of everybody's I from Delaware and New Jersey, everything 111'nll'n'iz : ;lr. Benton, Gen. Houston. men and found about 300 Canadian?; militiaon
can leaving loom 'sliliII'
) if ho peifoimeilany s'n !ilt1U1it.s i it l'Ut''fflt (cnmmetitary.) :31 J McC'lelland l may; In lug I ;purs!. Tin money you expend for I depends iu r"f<'rcncn to I this question.1 \1 r. F'orte. Mr. Bright and) Mr. Alien, ever he other sitle-ihey fired a few round
lliat he usM !
appi; ar c pcifoitii ti'nias "Jr. I Boit lo his '. and Mr. Calhnnn, ;and I this :Maga/ine will never he lost if you If, fun e.lrs from this time, the Senators since, have held themselves forth as. par each oth and 'Col.
vell J I in one. place I; as ;atioilior.VVnn' mto I at ( r, Cass sent b.irk to
aul.ll'arll we wil publish! ; ) eve!y ttmd that any I one of i read: it ; !but m will I I letinn you a u proportion of I from I those I two States vole I ; for t the \\ illllot I excellence, the confidential friends of Gen.
1inp.1 tw1i\'P that he: < : xll lieterjtJ ak Gen. Hull what he must do. II mitt totJ
for his I Uti ian superinifnd.'jicii'sMichigan. iht, c'nflelllf' may write in denial, cxtenujion. happiness more lasting I than t the revelry of a j I I Proviso a Northern 1 Pri-sident will be apt lobe Cast. In the Senate they have assumed him "do he
;' of olir We to as pleased. anti Col. Cass
4Jut 4f ; ;is "Vii; in Wa.liin,Ju.i ;1'un' I or pali'tiol charges. night or the glitipr of a dollar. in the While House ready! to sign i the speak for him as by atut hority. All this was
ali!;.ae', in plain ,.i ii Ii ite. t I'i in The I receiptof I I returned to camp. Why} did not Col. Cass
hI' clsr.I lior.* i is tutalof"S :
: thfsi a sum --- ----
t iwo salaries: ol I jji: .500() a e-ir. for I hosr,5ip bill. Not: only this but r.* the Noiihernvoting well enough. However when the questionof
We thin the ?
have receive.1 Ad-Ire of Mr.Yjincy cross
-> ;.i(() -1 10x.$4 H) = S130 a d.\'. bridge
dil I"". Lewi.( 'ass was guilty; ofjiCCU- t i I population; inc r ras4 faster than that t the Wihnot Proviso came i in the Oregon -
vii? :h hi received flff 506 Ii< y' lor peiionu-- the late delegate at lar; !p firlhr II up Some men are awful brave in in office at"silinglnperCccl

ii; <1tiips: which he did NOT l'1-n'or.: .J. But r {'1firm.'C 1203 s.ty' that: fur il, receiving discharging;, three duties salaries Stale of Alabama to I the lialtimorp I Convention. of i the South iu five ye.irs Oregon may bill!, we find Mr. Benton ;and' \" ( fire-eater General

this j is not the woist of t i i'. 5 ome years atieov.nd I fu 1a. come :into t the Union. The pledge of Gen. Gen. Houston the only two Southern Senators -
which b did I could not. It is neat of 78 Cass would have the \Wiillaro!
-l''I"tr I not. : : ; a pamphlet pager I got over
<. hen Lvwis C;;.. uasof lr perorm. I Ci--s
this i is of
and I the I I Ii I : upon subject no practical:; voting for it. This was unexpected to
War. William: WoolbridgpCoujf pf'tilhmt; j < .1 taxing In'1.ur\; I 1" pay f : and] contains able defence of his course chee some how-Gen.'Cass would: have pat
; sIFt uI II I e for t the piMl'ormatice; of i the same I benefit to Ihe Soiitti. I It I is an ignis fituus all, but especially so to \Ir. Foote, who was
:s 10 !lI. p.iid is o1Ilmr ijiivrrnnr ot I iu) opposition) to Jen. Cass in the Democratic : I all the women and children in danger nf
':'Iiihi.-ti for ihi-s1; veij 2 H8 dvs.; BY tiif duijps.; Lewis C a-s was: guilty peculation. Convention. The Democrats would I thai "leads t lo l bewilder, and di7.x.les: to very severe in his remarks. He said he the. KlolochtA
slaughter at Monterey-
\\r,' further ill-it with very
advi c .4 1' tut? Atttifin'v (ruri iher<* w,.$ say uo ml can oil blind." Ln t ifce \jI runt Proviso come up begun (find that he placed degree of confidence -
ruth deny' what wn allege, and (hat tO) ninti; do well to read it. i war but why did lie not cross the bridge'
paivl: 1"'iH al1lI1" !,' c. $1 10 a day! flOat the cailiest. nppoitunity, and fourS .. .
can with decency nndeitake (10 ;palliate ire -' -- -- I in Ue supporters of JUr. Cass here, -- -
or S1JJO a e< f.r rt, ;li' 'tziii'.
of supenjileo'Icnt) ii of tl'll1 ij.11I nmii.i alt'.uis 'iojisiitjji WP, 1IIII'I'pr. aJd, t that I if I any respectablemin i The TJjrcc] Candidate ,'tiattsss, will be found barriers to its pas which the event was nut likely tn).#. tif.I/." \Ve find the following in the'CharlestonPtiln

very abse
?.Ir. Woo lbrid! tl"d iritu"d .Ii!i ; tH' ilenyiUS or extrmimt- lion tf ihe three candidates, on the stil.'jtct! I sident.:' aiid. Cass believing! I tiiis. n" .J 'uOt that he was trusting too confidingly and going of his ;publications, departed from time attitude .

if-- -Mr.- C.iSs-:; -- during- -... hi..- ..11.$ (- (-'- .- as--- li- '-v< :nl) I ting: .them, we will r.olir.os_, with lo the 1InI.Ve, gi e.trsI 1 pleauie. oil.* of slavery; i is taken from u the Provi-lence feels syfe in his j-.i'-.f-: too far in the support of Mr. Cd.'J, bile of independence which he first oecupi .
our : ; :
Jill I doubt he '!li.Ih, "a.: Ue tvrt "ntnU; d J to fjH1 I Journal and is in Whig and Demociatic :I. He looks toGo and his
copied ?
our cclutims to 'the Drmociatic Congressional ; lint let us (':<:il/lilll' the position: of Gen.I all along told them he wasjuifini/ (/at country for
recei"eLI.. lais .1f.1JI' 7Vb d Jj.i not
Lmtjs tj.i..< i t'oilmen i tlii lo Confess) : or Committee for this IHlpose.I If you papers. The Charlect..i* Mercury ealis j I Taj, lor. After what he In* said about tlc he was doing. BUT Till: LAST TUK>TY- his guidance, III administration-not to party
can defend! Lewis Cass frm nul charges; it "Muli:,* ;" pal t'J ; and the Baltimore platforms the fabrications of designing
allow it as Si'crM-iry nl 1 War Til tiling I I I il/jlll u ions .tem.deur.y of I ihe "known opinions FOUR HOURS HAD KFKKCTKD: : : A CU! INOK: OKOPINION. j'i-
hriirj defence. and will onl'I Ilisli
along we Ameiican gives it without comment
i is as plain ss day. li Willi.inVonlbiidge( it. HcrV ,-l%u... I'M Mr. % eC leI I I : | a nil wishes of i the, I Kxcculive: t ," what: man ol I II : ." Several: other Souther:) Democratic titans :
wal cctitled to an thing lor pert'onnisi the j t 'SLAx'F.HY -THK.TIIRIKCANDIDATES.Dass : : .- i letter from Gen. -.
} land .,."f' c'a!: bring Mr.I Calliouu, tnhIS I the ieaM nk; of C'OIllIllUIit'IISI.> would ex- Senators concurred with Mr. Fooie. I TaJJ(
duties of f:* -* is C ss during his al.ence. aid I be better fur him \\. is pledged; J to veto the Wihnot Proviso. sp Extract of a letter from (('U. '1.1'; '" to ,1
it wil :111.111. ) f I him to I >{. / this I sub- Now we ask, in view of this not aNo in
tie was emhh'd, not inertly will :;
any aayi'urni
day 1 I for {iPi "inning the liutics of 1 unc I IndianMipei'uitendeucy. >:publish h on the subjeet Ilil of I tin* 2i>8 days ofMr. ; Van; F siren i'H pledged! to veto| nny I Ifgilalion :- jact.; In the very f.icn: ol this true declaiaiii \'il'or the many ZR.-t.iices; ; of instability "I 1 never Ind any aspirations for t tiu- P'r-

\ but he "Msenitled to another C;."', or ou hi\* Jj/t:cn 1zuuM.Ldd1ar.. uioo llie pobjpci ff slavcrv.: otliT. I! !! ) tin U i-h him in pi ipetuate the fully exhibited by (;eui. Cass before docs it not 3i.lencnor have I now. f.irilur tl.air; the
84 10 (HT another sp l'inH t1f.l"DCY. and .1 I than I I the \\'I I tfltL Proviso, unless wiih i the wishei; of my friends! are concerned. in ihe
f wiN,paid.Vi i of ;plcd;.":. Yo II.i..h II::till to art like a seem like the! madness of party folly to urge
. to S3 o'Joi: I.u1tJizsiiI.Z <5ie ihi! !it" ul 1 Govcrnur. full consent of the slate-holding! Slates."Tatlor matter; nor would( I have it upon .noiler, :
That. in say, Wilii.i \Vuo'ibri.Jc! 'I \ -iii b i h:hivr their that stiffraiies!thr AniPricanopie I lo : | niviri-willpvcr is pledged: to liate the whole Judge uho c.ondcfii" a friiiiinal: before hehetr. the: support of )Ir. Cass upon the Southern I I( I terms tlnn I I slated when the I sut I>j"-*i.I Ma*

wjs entitled to icct-ive t fur the iJiscinrcc fif I ( a/Hal m-.ilter where it bclonzj! *. to the :pf'lll't' and : > tin eviiIiMiCp: stud ;ar innrnt: as to his people ? Firsr.e have the Delegates lo I firM ;agitated which j4' that my ;srl-e'a ore
; of Trea'o.irse
I his duties) what I Lewis Cas-t ft':;,- i\..-II. But I t I' c,In",1. |l(t'I.IICn and;!1.1 I IluI.'r men 11"11 -- I their repic' >entaiivrs.M i gtnlt. You wish bias: In dl'C"i.l'i an intricate the Baltimore. Convention f.u'thfully( reporting must without I pledges or lacing tr.irnmrl-

from. whom! ?, Frum ih.- (.Jovernmcnt, I Iat 1- ci.lnul1 1In. Both Noith and South :his.CJilc"ri'HI ilslavery ntiil himself their that ed in any way, so t thai, I rutiM! be ,the Pie.-i-
I der ;iimi.ite the i importance: tt( i these cli.trJP.J. C')flSi it lit It' question, (diu.! make to Southein constituency (;f'n.
\ot all.I lie was not ciKitiMl to receive dent of i Inwhole Nation and i>oi of /'.,> ".
I : the ifioci tis \are d toproduce seems lo he ihe principal one of: the a vain; ciilijodiuieni of a Cass is unsound on Southern questions.Now .
:\ sincle rent {iota Gov -rmiu nt. It L!'\\'::" \1 I I pro teniporeSutir I have; accepted i the nontui..ti':, littie

Cass-was 'ab Fnt 1in his ;'ws'!. aifi! uuablt: npmi tht coti. rut rv. Conviction.ufficr :rpscr.t Presidential! : ran-"as anti it would: heI I ':tne C'Hllf.1111 wish him. (lo be as we have I hi acknowledgment of Southern Philadelphia' Convention, as w.-11 I as I III" nomination -
such : i- death to
i iI-
lo .llCljJ I to his: ift;,lics. he v..; t'ui1j: :j in uo man. Lt-wi- C.iis. uon\ict: d bI any I lite public icrydoctiiH \'. tI 1! for every Amciioni riti/.en In have "a wr'lIlj'II'11'I I for t the Sun( PI1; ftr.nch as for thePresidency. Democratic! Senators tint Gcn. Ca< of nutty primary il" i".iljir''lII! "nup

salary ; md( if hi f'UlJll.'t..f l a subfinite.tiudi : 'ot> t"i..] :"-, d ti> lieffiid him-:by I lie cloar inTstani'u(! ( g of il. All! panics: ne wil- Yon wi-.Ii him to decide! icilh- and his friends have deceived! them, ia regard in varitiusCetions of if.e (',s in. srI M.RIP
substitute ought to /V'/ct been intid : I I instances .
fiontIds i f uil! .
irrt-pertive : ;11,1( v.
.' veiyxecuc5| & of his friends-fry t///> silnir \iir.g lint I the I positions) their rr ;ppclln' candidates I- oul o:r< lul I invtMgation: or the advantage ofIHlhli'OII to Stint Irrn iriil'r"SIS'h.r more do party
.I lie rrtticinff the sal have
vicn } : :( tj u'js .1 acme Piet the nomination ol lie JJalti-
aT!'' of the; icilHffsfs who! way Lc nil led to deny : have assumed, upon I this subjict.thouhl ) I. ;argument ; for no pledge ever .id- the people want: ? This is not Whig! testimony 1- more Convention had it i.een lendem/>*

This H she dictate of conunr.j: hune ty. our fifatr.mcnts.( if: any denial (llhm can Icsustained. be faiily discucd.. and decided: by i mils of future conviction of error; and if it we are producing is ./h"veidicl the same term' I am now fully, if not fairly:

If I am ermiloyvd! tu render san'te which I Icantiot --- -- -- I thf: people.; shoul'!, y.I t"Convince of hirih names in their own paiiy.: The before the country ;as a candi'late far the

lulfil, i r e upiov a oMbstitutt'. and if I A (.Lmcium.-11ahi: sense of sli.ime hs Should! a candidate]: for u the Presidency! It r. ain-t Isis will!, Lord deliver us from any more "Noiihern Chief Magistracy ; and if it hould be my
receive for ihat seu'ie- Iremuoratf: thosubstitute. not the referred lo in the following i I aoo! or bad fortune to be elected', I ttnst
pay 1.1 par) be pledged to veto any political( question ? He'a I fjf the .inif oi'inicn ttill." men with Southern prin lpl s.
Who e V*Mhuard n\ any other article he must oven blush at this cxposure my course will be such for the most part as

couiso ? \\ hilt. any other ci-e but of his !hrlU.ltS5 inconsistency : \Ve say not ; I but?) the Democrats say lie The !Democrats make; a creature, and ---- regards the management oPour national affairs

PECUL.TIO1 I Ho I m ir.h i paid then, From the ;..Ii( nai Intelligencer! should. Which position is use pioppr one .' : consider! their own work i lie personification; He it Remembered, ; as will OIe't the approbation of my

to Lewis Cass for those 2td i) d!i\s ? I Uc received The gentleman) who at the Buffalo Con-; This is a grave question, and il i is well worth of political excellence. Nothing; is good That the sword story of General Cass is <.llow.fitiy.pns. Should they fail: to do so,
S20oUa( lay! and \Vi ham \Vnod- ; : they \ ill. I myself have ih, clmiiy
vent i'u II \a s most prominent! and apparently a little examination. that dues their standard of hereby at an en.I. John McDonald ol Ro>
I bridge ic.:eiveil 61 I 10 :> 11.1ThaI i is tosIv I I the I Hon.I I not come lip to to attribute my errors to the head anti not
ant i iIHI'tlti.II: was Benjamin A pledge to vclo any mpasine prevents all and servile county, Ohio. t the quarter master to McAr- the heart.
; for his excii I.:1I Washiijuion,. I : Till F. Butler. He was Chairman of the Committee cringing pledges proscrirtiou.This 10

PETTfcr.MKNT: OF HIS (.ACCOt'XTs.: payment ; I on Resolutions. and he made all ;' Irgislation on }the subject. The mouths of is I lie beau ideal I of ilie: Democratic art, I thur's i lejiiment, testifies that( in the terms .. Y cry respectfully your friend ,

for nhicli we hold: to be t-ntirely unprecedented the for of capitulation I when Hull surrendered.) Z. T A Y LDR."
sustained the I leporl of that ('rlllllilll'-1, | peoples' representatives; are gagged; ; I A slave! to fed ibf mveuinu: wolves.A .-

and! unauthorized( he icceivedSEVEN Among I the resolutions thus I"epllf'r I and j jadopted wlnt I I foolish Congress is going! to consume I King to all besidrs.Itut the officers' side aims, and all private) property
DOLLARS A 11.\r. For the peffttntl- When Mr. Lowndes was tendered the
b the Convention the follow-
) were half session (he di .ion of political was secured i to t the No search
; a itS >cns a ; : hat does Cas-'s on 111'1': ;
ance of his duties as Governor antI! superintendent ing. I \\ pledge amount lo. nomination :President, his reply was that
whit h he cotii'J not tender <,u account qncf.iinn 1 when-it Knows befos eu1inti.) I that; after all ? lie "Congress: has was made for private; property NO SWORIJSI
Ilisoltnl; That we, the pcopl here as- : : says no power I. it was an r-Jfice not to be sought or to It declined. -
of hi* aisrne". h,' t'I'c.i\e.i TIIII I TJ-I.s: M'mhled, remembering! I lie example of our I tilt thruand) money of tho nation thus lo interfere with slavery! in ihe territories w :nt: DKMANIIKD: : OR BKDKKN. TIlP articles ." General
Jackson in to acommunication
DOLT<\ns AND FIt'T'I STS a 11.1\'. And! for fathers iu I the days 1 of i the, Declaration! of (Independence ) sp'Mit will be tlnown lo the winds by the but ihat the i them of the trealv were sliicllv complied
I t people inhibiting t
lie performance: : of i he. e duties; h., :>It ltirkvards l- ; : from Pennsylvania( on ifce
in (God for
:. pulling our trust I', -silent. Every measure of Congresswhtcli have the their internalconcerns with by the enemy. The sword which CoJ.McArlhur !.
light to
allowedV l Woodliridce 8-1:; 10( I ihe I triumph of oar cause. and 1 invoking. His i ; regulate same subject repeated the same iinl'* s IJ' 1.1liment.
meets with I the President's veto, isM : carried on t the occasion: is now
PUBLIC TREASURY.In iu their Thus
from the General
a day guidance III our endeavors 1 lo advance it, do t own way. In those days to c nvass: for time u
I other wonls, he performed now IIf I ihc now plant onisclves- upon I the. national I platform I > much lime and money lust llo the nation, Cass is directly h opposed i lo the restrictive in I the poss -ss-ioii of hi. ron. living in Chil- Presidency was considered debasing! the of- -.

duties of (lOVcni'M or sUJel"lllll' !ld..ut. Hut of freedom. in opposition to the section' at I tll- rate of ;about t three t thousand do Ia! isIs clause in the Cta Inn Compromise bill. hicot tie ; and no doubt( (;".11. Cis.'s sword is

lie rf tl'iv..1 S5 5') a d.\ as Governor.Si al j platform{ if.stari.ri.ltbIvcI! /. day.; It has become quite common: among which prohibited the) people of t those ten ii-itoiies snugly l stowed) away; in hi. own to)use. It fife.( The candidates were designated Ity -,
under .
: 50 a day as supermlfMident, his : 'flalI iusciibe our : the people.) No one was ever required to
upon I the Democratic members of I lie House of doubt the truth of th) here
iCttlcment \ jilt MI". Calhonn. and Si, 50( a I banner free soil free speech free labor, ( from legislating on I the subject of any statement furnish n plaffurt. but (he known .
thf serviret under! his srtlh-! : Rcpiescntalivfs I lo I threaten with t the Pres- : made, by releienre r I to lie files of the \VarDcparlmrnt ;
day, for stme and free mcn. and under, it will fight on, |I, slavery. I Il is evident! then, lust General! I and patriotism of the individual!
t nipti, with \J r. Porter; ;and William, Woodhridze and fight rvtr. until triumphant victory shall''' ident's veto, any political measuK; which Cass. and the gnat body of Democrals'ho the original; ;aitiles of ihp
the! onl
r' ivc.jSi 50 for performing icward o u exert louis." ;i: docs not accord with Drmocl'iltic'iews; voted for the Clayton Compromise have treaty of capitulation will be found! ; whlthprll'f 't en- ) pledges exacted.

IIi. dulif Now, it i i. but four years ago that the ,, This is the of that JACR505 .
galling $to feelings any fndcpendent : I ; all I offieeis side! arm-, alullll! ivt1e!
Now what i ilJ all this ? I It t i is immaterial; ; same gentleman, Mr. Butler, officiated in opposite opinions as to the poweof. Congress LI

"htl6 call it. What is it iu point of f id ? thf1 same capacity as Chairman of I the Con American Representative, and to prohibit l'cisllfion.Vhich of the arms and private pinperty \\ crc secured Polk lilcctors out for Taylor

-'i. Some people would call it plunder of tinTreasury. 111 ill I'', &'., at ihe lc'lIIocr'lil' convention of prompts to a feeling of even bloody! resis- Iwo is right ? We pause for a reply." their owners." The Piltsbtirg Anicric.tiTr5Lilirft Jii''|<

i Plunder! is a h enl wmd. Peculation Is-i 4. and procured the adoption of the eIIce. It is tyranny of the verworst .stamp.; Cass is pledged to veto any bill 1 in which : The Democrats will please lefer to the Myers of Clarion county a tC'nllC'm1.\\oC

i is a softer exr'ic'ri. Peculation, (following resolution : and he who would suffer his propositions shall histoiy of the capitulation at I the surrender considerable: influence in that of th*
Congress the section
the : assume to prohibit t
of power
however is aonteihinj: severe, to eais; Thai all efforts of the Abolitionists, or
a man of unsullied honor. Let us see what others to iu-luc Congress lo interfere with ;aiid opinions I lo he du.' such threats people of the new territories from legislating of Hull's I command ; and t they will i I I find t that Stale, heretofore prominent politician"

f our friend J urn us calls it. In one of his questions' of flacciy, OR TO TAKI: INCIPIKNT: i i. fit only for (the offices of a slave. He i is on the subject of slavery. This being Cass had no motive to break his sword, and the Democratic ranks a Polk elector i II18t.J

miscellaneous letters the. author of JuniusJiad STKr.s iu lel.ition tliereto ;il e c.alculalrd TOLKAl not! a freeman. It would be far belter for the the case, the Mexican laws on that subject none to contradict: the rumor except political has left the pany. and openly .dYII-

occasion lo speak of a parallel : ) TO THK MOST ALAKM1NU AM DANor.unus of the nation that should I
safety Congress aspirations.; the Then
catt-s of Gen.
be the administration Taylor.
\ delicate feeling. he OlJ. call never repealed dining -
says ) and that such
: cNsEQL'ENcIs: : ; ALL
,1r. I..cci us, may have: I knaw not, but I I efforts" have an I inevitable tendency to diminish I pursue! an I independent (;course even at I the of Gen. Cass ; and of course California The testimony McDonald i is given in a are many others in that part of the Sul!

am of opinion that sinecure: placi-s non- i the happiness) ) ) of I the People. ami endanger risk of ewry measure being vetoed, rather and New Mexico must free letter from him lo Gen John I. Taylor, who have left the parly and rallv, under it'

re.ident governments, and pensions are iu the stability ami JlCTIflhlfltiCff IuL'n- than I submit to, or encourage a precedent until they are admitted-into the Union. member of Congress from Ohio, and published banner of Taylor and Fillmore.

(al'l i the same, though ditT-Meni iu iume; ; ion and be c.ounlfiianci.d the '
ought not to by any frag lit with the. most dangerous consequences Voters of Florida, think of these things. in Battery. *
the worst of tin whole to John C. Calhoun.
nay, very appears friend: of our political institutions.
to American liberty. Thus it is, in the .
me to be a uon-ieident G'tvernor. The Cooiment upon such tergiversation would This gentleman is said to have uttered ,A*
word implies the necessity of doing something be superfluous. t language of Gen. Taylor, that for many A YANKEE hag invented a new kind of wholesome admonition to Sou*

; in fact he does nothing! : lie therefore -,---- I years past, the known opinions and wishes It is less trouble to prophesy than to cal nail, warranted to fasten polilieallirs in the following

is paid for what he does no!. though it is his Till: BUFFALO hunt of the IJarnburners; (j the Executive, have exercise'd undue, and culate, aud therefore the Editor of the Star counter perfectly secure. It wiil be imppsible ern men during his recent visit to Charlt

duly to do it. III -whorl) he is PAID' EOR: A bids fair I lo be a i'$ exciting and successful: I as to manufacture en ugh to answer ton : .
injurious influence upon the legislative de- turns prophet instead of philosopher, when
I NEGLKCT OK DUTV ; but because our language that: ;prepating for the Sierra Madre. Old the demand. Remember." sad: that disiingui

ha<< not annexed i the word pension touch Hunker) j journals, in all I I part of i the Union parlmcni of the Government; and for this he sums up the result of the coming elec \Ve recommend our Whig friends in this statesman, remember ThAT THE 11.1'1 WB*

i neglect ji does not grat upon his are hauling down I he Cass flag, :and running cause I have thought our system was in tion. HP gives no facts upon which to base State, by nil means, to procure a few ponncls. IS FARTHEST FROYOU: IN POLITICS.**

cars. Arid afirr :.11. what iva; Sir Jeffrey ; up$ I the Free Soil banner ; and from apper' danger of undergoing a great change from his statement ; but only echoes what he has Slarofthe West. THE SOUTH IS NEARER TO yoU THAN Ajt

Amherst boi i .. pensioner on I the colony of :11I C"". I ihe Prc'"ilt'lIliallJallle, will be main'ybetween NORTH"
i its true theory.11 A pledge to veto any been taught by others to believe. Please Who has them for sale 1Vher can
and Van Biireu and The northern
Virginia ? Jfe did 1Iot/tit/gfuT it. was Taylor.
I question limits the legitimate sphere of legislative look into the subject more deeply, Mr. Editor we them ? If knew of
paid." and western democrats give as a 1 reason procure we only mon Gen. Cass did not make the whole

But the phrases sinecure and pension are fur abandoning Cass that in his principles action, and if it ran: be given with ; for skimming the surface may indeed ey would be no object in the cause of truth ; immense fortune in speculations or in eiirl

quite too feeble lo express the truth in this j he is like the Irishman's flea-wh&n they !I, propriety upon one question. it can also be' produce some amusement. but no convic- and we should ha\'eit least three Democratic charges against the government. The N af
of what Mr. Cass received was 1 I their finger on him. he is'nt there. Evidently .
case. Part pui given upon a hundred others. If a pledgeis tion.; Show us the reasons why such and papers neatly fastend on the counter Haven Palladium that be drove ati '*
but the Hunkers of both in says
sinecure was parties are
was p-irt
peculation.pension part He had no right to one dollar I hot water (from which nothing, but alien- given to the South for the sake of Southern such Stales are going for Cass, and your immediately, if not sooner, viz : the Flori- cellent trade in distilling whiskey which*

of compensation as governor or superinlen I lion, to the counsels of the independent press, votes, may it not be given to tbe iron productions may be'more acceptable id the dian, the Southern Journaland perhaps the is said realized some thirty dollars a g allo'

.deDI during those 203 da s-oo right to one cau feller* ihem.-JV. Y. Sun. inert of Pennsylvania or. to the abolitionists' commou sense of the public. Star of the ""csr. when sold to tbe poor Indiac5..t.a .







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out (or Ta'lor. i ift'fo hesitate a moment in withdrawing from the} i is 2.000()
,_ now strong. It I is composed ol lather ol the Proviso. I It
> i b taken from .J- .u ,. r..R -W tu JlHINCAlGH 3! L ) <
, in Ihe Charleston Courier an ex- support of Gen. Cas!. How ca/i: w.! rely on Prole lalll his late .sj-eerh before ihe Bntfdo/ Convention : to, the voters II: ; rankiin C -;:Y. a< a -1 11UsICI1UsIct

written by Ex 'Ooiernor I IfrotTI the aid] of Gen. Cass to assist us in earning E GL" .-Dm ing the last 1 fortnight the ami in, lily "pinion i is conclusive ; cjndiJate L* '
the for (
leuer at cn-uin electK-n: Reprtstntdtive
: j
,. I Taylor Committee m j jJ slavery into t'-e' Temtories on I Ihe Pacific weather has been very nnsetlled, in the "If I tlte"Iillllll I provUo is not democracy', to the Gt'n'ral3 .

,\DU J to a address Southern counties e l'eciall!). Not a d.iy ,then (;.ei. C-i>ss* drmocr.icy i 1'. entirely t ne; I
M,no halJ,] invited him to when he s'lys that he prays; for its abolition has passed without heavy rams. A* i lie It is very rt'f'II. ( Laughter.) For not t Yi.urs.c.. M J\NY (CITIZEN I

1ti'lD. Old Hero. The) G-ver- trcryichcre"} Why it would. be mock of wheat has been 0111 in various ihis) than ----- -- ----- -
.1 the a ery ;part;i *. I nn longer ago one \>ar. he was loud in I Till subscriber repertiuliy intorns' tie citizens

by Privdte COI1"ldt'riltlOnS. In IJe- his God if he would do so after such a SP3''llIablf1'Ilh..r not only retards Inrvest his complaints against John Davis for talking I Underwood.. *V CuijrliRES of Apalacl'icola that he 1I11t'J'ld to re r. n:. .

..,jceJ his commuBieaiion as fol- prayer. Because Mr. Clay siid; that he opera I lions, but must if "J ci mimics a ft-w*; ) against i lone, and i thus prevent him from V '.u J./ ill \.J';- If"cl C-Z I. Hience guiiii: .In.IC Le-M't.s (trr tip s-cn n.ff

'bllt (1055 considered days longer veiy materially :fieri ih. ji I'd| | having: .in ol'porllllIfllf voting in its favnr.Lew I PEC IITLLY ..t:*-rt'?heir sr n.onthji,) crmntl"tci'gn M"r.da\,3d July

Ia'ry0 "irremediable wronj, all over I die cnunIrAs \ el. howevc'r. no) i< C.i-s was then; no democrat; according &_. 4" vices t-j the cifi/e s u f Ay! ,?!r.riu- ,. Tho-e ilesirou cit taking l"sim u ri the fcl!.-.".

.I l"jcl'| I Oihih1\'o' f those t .'. .fllIlf own ihur hi:h estimation I : of their " Irntler t the potato crop should p'Ost'rilln !) Ins. flopped over. ( Laughter.) fr- : i'1 the lire r.J tehtr pro (Tenl.f t r Alto Vii.Im) ar.d Vii ( .rtll.j vit.'iddo

., rr!I''f', .1''I or..lfll I I Ia ha01' tH injured Imtli in England and Ireland; (and5talemrnts 1- < fession. Having rr-rn- wt-I! to apply s'Jon. a! they can I.a > lit rrivj.
,(, "I" uid l he a slaveholder himself, feaied io trust legs of selectmc the l lur' .
: of i. \\ -Lit their
nppnrlui.ity \ rounicatinn with the tr \>
"hen rroper I to I lhis, -flVci .yrc rapidl l) multiply I I I "I heard G"'n. C.iss: speak i in the Senate : principal
'alt I f'rf him on ihis vital issue. Mr. Cl I I Nf>rth cities thewill convenience iliwjc fnrr.i..t.I! ei!, it rt4uirt.d.ltot Slr
Vci-leillt bomin be
I in avow myfVor was ) eraI. -
*> ', nl I y ins) the consequences: would he very sprinus. of the UniteStates., lie then ;itof'-ss.'ul tobe I fi-i
|I. ernrxfr t, II ai.c)
I. tiled If' 1'irnUh tVir < ar.y f. t- .P ir-licn .r.Is.
$ rieMimi. H I) : *t ill '
*' "" slave Slate patruti
Ins I a his "ffini'ip.s1111 -
of association in favor of iln principle, but; n was; ;-. L' To attKr-iatce ,'i
1.4 ite
o 1 I \\"r! cn |i >ialc: between were with us. and yet the Southern France. not the time to act "l'on| it. But a short '- TKST Pi. \-is OF 1"ASIIIJ.trt-J- reduction wit he rr.ade ,. r r.rt-aitencarre, fxce't .
111 ;
'\" ("-!. I? "' "lf> fbi 4IflI'>'. a p"'ill' Whigs pieced over all his oilier transcem1cnt The chief ronsidt-r.itiuit in Paris at the time h.for.I. thought ii VaS both ihe1'ime ,1 m mtM.'I.
'tir I 11lIl1k) t III" or"t (1I11t'1) fur tllP t tI. present momert j ii .the ni'tcal stale! IIf t\IIr. for action a'id expedient lo act. No vI able Stifle nf ftw ... 'nrh will be a decided"jdv.iiitajp For -ale, Vi !In i hrid! f,., tailieres.ard, fig*;

IN. I,I. \llmei' ) in my lime. I f fI claims, because they feaied: his decision, thf-rn Ilal\; Numerous: di-lomain; meenings I <- -nuot tuio xviih him. defy: : Gr.n. Cuss ; to a fashto' nhli! rr-ni" ur.i'v. !.'. extra reality: of: t tt! 'd Flutes! 4,5 ar.d 6 .

i ,,\ 'I., to (fiVr \ol in> tnost ardent ;, on I this vital qlte licJO. I How J tnnc-h more, I have I:IJ.I'nllarp i in Iini.: and Lii,rot to rnntrarlirt this ilaoJ7" 1ir Ilfmplsit X. H. nentletriens.' Gowr's and Ever.inii Gutir; "trirc".

.P"m,:,m' uctf>*- ('"l\iiurt-ffiiiis 10 ClrI as Southern men, have we io dread t thePiesidency la!uiii'rsnn.! i in lie House of Commons; IMStiteil I c/in bring; the test .n>ny f>f nine in.enerenj Wrapj'f'maf.; ; |III order; Cloaks nf evprv" facbtk iEflM"S1)the f f. r eight clo weeks -f two Ie*,or.:.
*". I"U I' for" tlls rPT: ail(} < that Hr-r Mrfjfsty's Government .,rr descri-.tmn-made in the us-ial fc.rns ot the da* ; ; courp 55th Allgn..t.
of our S-tr | ? of Gen. C i".. whose birth' and r>;.e (!f thnn IJ as finfid us iniji : -to sub. \aIki' 12 ;tid= Ridirs Gaiter rn dif i, Application at my ofilce in Balizell* H>iMirg.!
.' \I. of Ihe Inc 1t sensible of thf ofs a pri"r
allli| ,? ssnre you deep\ t great i importance stanti'ite ichtil 7/u/iv said.V t' tin u'u want; i .. T. r.viiERwcon..
:associations his fiends boast i' 'for ; TU-IIC Dre?=cs ar.d Jim.* ditties ..f
HS anof lie
00 nafl.Ib) whit" 1 ''iai* the' honor| to be < eing a i termination put t to I thai unforlonatewailaie them-your word is ulficieni.] He knows t-V'-I !f"=rrpfioit; nde ir neat and hiorabe! i; Jire to. 154S2'2tf

>;.tec''Jcenour* \ > obedient servant, I free North l11JV e l. and who biie&es i I and added, I am able t though I it is true and tieuic.the expression in his -.fI!I'A II drrne-r fj-jde) at 'In-! I A I r.I.1J J < f r frs'rnctiui Eockslf r the sbov

,? S, : T. ?. HAMMOND I high Heaven in his importunate! prayers i have no right III speak for another Govern loiter, lie th oiLs there has been a ch.inge It.ul ( 'rJtul to Jit. i) inrrirr. ; ,":.t: for slc. .
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t tSIrt for lilt abolition of j-lavi-iv I overvwheie.:' i ment. \ "'t t 1 believe I may; a. snr the HOIIS. coming: oi in th" public ,mind and in hi:; :5Inp: : VPCfr, j St rory: BdJtZt.H 3 Buildings ; ',3''u 14e1.
( .n.1hI. that tlvit! de.siiu i.. s'taii'-l' ihf} .. ttr1'ice Chestnut
rquallv [( I l"ghirr.T InmidGen. : street.Of .
own. pFrl THE H.n..l
k'-.ovrn nlbp"Dt'tr
( ;tcncrd I iavlor i t1y ;
r"Ioj nf r
1 Ii witnesses"thirfliiu .
.. !I0 (111',> EUIlI(: 'is t>If the Ntitinnal :id ji Fi'' tuvt-t IliliClit.S. Cats'?; 'tirnts.; if I ffiO'igiit :'ksinctr were Sfptf'mb"'r 1's H 3Itn 1 oJ.ii; ; Dr","." P... .,!cn glHn 1t: r..,' !ah.II.
,.f, (rlllll' f K dcl. North} C rotin::. ( ; .tired! the allI!iI"I.I"'i-; say)} ; lie j, fI"r \1.'jesIJ's tiii"ie':; :,ire i "'troieabout. ?. I iespett ilx\ .sinceiu opn illS IIf f"> A plate! of Full and U'irter Fa just "luqttre of W\ I. ION! -:.

: '' -tr 1I1.rtrilIti V 1 h. Ial1le" lite ioes not consider .laveiy any ;tat sin or an J JI i I may .I)'. if not aln-adv CiiI'COI. totake any m-iti though they lead to a cljange. fur r- md. I May II. 4: \Vafr.
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-' hr I steps. I ttu>t in ciii.junnion) .ili: the I have exi.erienced such tn !t'lf. But I be I -
SIatf' : intolerable evil. i do not i think Southerner )
of the :1 i Steinltat Sale.RV .
: ; ; |ir (lovernor of Kr.iuce the ofenileaviirinc ; Prospectus.
.Government for .
4IIdIte|( I Pinpoie liccr thai Gm. Cass thinks as I do. that
can: find cause fur I hcsiunion: I I in arj:5 tjf 1- votes any amicable tiegctiatioo ; I -.r of un'rrop'se
I to bring
h" '\ ii both fdienl and ,tttuti nal.I .
IIn.IIO,l i'p ei ron :
,, J : 1i I 1 ,I. uh2-J .
., candidate to waif.irc end." -i .r'I.s-,:. ( .. p to_r'"b.isv r t i.- city ft ApuJa".
'f firt reported and that flliniui !uppott.COUITATOtt j i ihat to .in I believe that IIP 1, his hand in his l.o" ._ -"fj' r.
at put omam I r ._ _iii'1.. ''t.u: t .i: 'IV J'JII1I ,* ,
i..,U ,, 400.( .I .. = : sft r the for ; tjdv < f Auzf'5t rixt, a riet'-par en.
b41li The List jodiOftU I finrn Paris arc entireUorcunifd took out his soul and laid 'it out in viewof .- J'-r-1. d 3. "n .- .
'III' he \"hi; tit jnint )! I : ; \l"iHI. ;'. drir : t & Pr' siit- r.ft..i c-mv.;, that will lG"-
.;.,J !fUr, _____________________________________ I with the Itali.iu q" !!ion. and the the devil! for the purpose of} rt-.i.If,2': a i iIIItI. I. :-. .1 tt'i! I' .i.'.p!, d".d! '.vl.;ch stirl rr" '! .rf!" r,re t;.' t.e f'flaI.ard Vice U.e
I/I"jori! '. funds! have experienced a lfcioe! H.I coose I :-f! i i-. rp '. rlI t i.i bo C. > ; < fty" o1..r '4tj7. "tIh t .
I 'flr \IUn'\\r OF THE nH\ ;XL\. I, h. t.!ii|) ir.irv el"v.lIl'Jn. [ L'ugii'er.ihe : .) L..r I ?< rt" ? 'i"im.s't t'ifHiiit: : : < r. Cf';;\(-! 11.on.1':1
-' rrcult "' t lllis conl( I. (!a> the II' queoce I cil its t threatetitng; aspeet. Twothon, Noith repuduif; him. I beluveSouth Ihl I ,: sj; I' '.t I 1! I ;{ t' ,tp;, CIf1t -1.t..t r.1 .,.. 30 the '.f.-.f.e".s' f tl-" Dcn.f crafic St.,tf' C.\t'u.

;'I'' .jeu\, ) 'sufficient!} c ieci.iir thougli Seven Da\s. loiter. I sand of ih'1 insurt'ents nf June. spm nreil totiatisp will ; .mil if ;they do, p *rlnps: tlicie I r 1 li i f .'iiitv,! FI 1 r aIL ( '-rlJ.11 r.s l iKadv trtclh ":t
*" indication] The steamship! DIII.HJUI.i Capt. Lang, arrived s,2.'i i ljir''>.-f.& Stfifjjfori! tvjil, ril -t [fk.i -
.t li'r r T rded .s an\ i illation. b'-en I'rt! Ic'. flu.I .-si.. will tie others gelling 'tip' panics to burn I ILaru. !i .ir nf ffif- ; rincif'I-s < i LVn.tcracv.

I. f"'fie I\P\: ill \ ot '" Nnv''nil'er- iit Hostun on the CGtit idt.Ircar. I I L'0",1" &c.. whre iln, y \\ ere i" bo confined .. [ Laughier' : *' Incrv, t.ira.11., n i4! r.' I '.,' ..mrl"I., r.. itart! i Tnt De':,f"Ty 'ii' thi C'nir.fy. anl rf West .
': j I & C.:, at E'ltajia, Alib.iiu: o-s Sit'ini, v the' Florid- ilv. have Ubortd undf th, ,.
; in-
7. tho'fJI1lllly"IJi:: a* until the (jll\'Plnmt shouh! haxe fixeij CE' j
$ '.r'lllllil' i I is as I (l. n ,'1 1r. Ri inc ".,hlllf. let it be rt'mrrnof'rr.d.i'iI 3'Kh day of S :'fember nethe; e.4-t- th iiterfst \- vfene"Ct-rf }being without hit
a public prirt ir.
'f\ "' '. S1I p WIll "fi'"ri1 < lI.iIICifl 2 A11.irs Ill Irel'ind lj.*v not!) their destination.: I Ji, i- piobal| ;lla." tticit member of Congress and IMS hadoppoitniiit every I oil aj-j Jordan fc McNatir.f> HI t: e '. sin- the Itnttrll", f etcetur.s rl the State ; arid fl.had *\"

that f.II'1 t !by ruins .to. Get; *. Trfj lot I; clia-J., tl1cn,1r.r) d.,} s-c-ins tu lessen families v. ill he allowed to them. An unsnccessfnl ') of observing! (Jen. ('.i'-s' :0'. pnilintI"am EIiJilUSI': i.terestihl i tti. R)' rf,!'. tit r> rt kr..wir.z Itillth..n if.jlsebi '

'I' dOl'u-:1I:d nt.ju 1;) '! the ptob.ibiltlv 01! :my serious: : uotbieaU. I allpmpl"IS made, nn, i llie o'hinstant upon I this qustnm. [He defies Gen. 1a-s to '.- be snld! rn incir-rnrnty 5 ""l R-.rner c; Sandilord | '..i] Id i hit : cirrultted. tff 1aIlad nomedin"i

--- t hat this unlortuntiie! country i i. not now, ; to assassinate: M.) Thiers. The olllli| couti.idici) t the above sian'ntent. anil! ptoir !for :'.ni.., p.-iM by th-m; in di'hor of iteMidi. I I thronsh hirb ti.t iits; > t look for aCnrrt'rrrrH

Kv.tucly.LOUISVILLE.. i !>lan;: i-d into alt the IMHIOIS! nl ;i tivii ''.r, intendeil fur him was teccived bv ;> hitU-;: ises to pu out ii ce I the corroborating i evj-lence ] !1Y sd: "te'Hr.boaf.; 10 .br.ut) tw' ; a: d deetr.inz 31:0 t.t! the tr't.tthuf"

;\u 224.! i is not tl) be atiiibuicil to the disii.cliiiation girl i who was 5f'aterat the gate opposite I ihe o! nine gemlemen. all as worthy. of credence thousand d'llar ; lair; ftH'! (r.i,tt,:t-d "n br-fh .idr!. ar.J

have been dwelling of M.] Thif-rs. decree I has been i I SHORTER & BROTHER.Euf.vja. t .t t iir a' d E-r.'r.4 cl'sruisir.n, will: fae acc ptahl .
,'n-lrt1f1l tlaP! whole! t14 1 of the ;I'l'"ple' 10 rise up I in artii. I But raII : as Iiimsit.| As a witnee?, he is entitled: lo Attr.rn.\ ..
t41t B.rr-.t: & SIrItI.t fth \ t t
tuut'tllhn': : | it would serin iu die vxant ol buld, abie published! } removing! : the suspension; pro. i iIHJ full beli-f. inasmuch: as his opposition loJen. PI."t : n ? a gererrrs
'OI1tiS. T A' 12
.' rc'iii I" 0 ( I : 1543 :l-t !s' -, ;a i 't. ri, ''.I r' it. Ber'x-ricv dU: ',* Stair,
'.111lf'cl I ou I ihe 2lh June against 12 of t the l :
I and tiusifil 1'ntlt'ls (; Tit) lor i is as strong as that; to General !
all \ct''d UO. TIJE TAR GF .H- \\-T..a-kirg tIt; ir ,
I .\ i ;:.*itli O'lirien "'IS arroted on Saturdaycvrniiic ; ; moio radical.1 journals.Prussia.. I Cass. ;ITJost Extraordinary Work OU* -'I s ff.

Illinois.Vhi ;ih of Ai'jusi i: at Thurles t the I [How will the friends the "e' ni\"ocaliig THEMARRIED THE TAR 'F THE \V'nT"'iIl be ti'.dej

1\\0 \ :* tlfrr'J lo CHII-I Had I uoill. winie (.rocuiinu: a ticKot 1 Im The Prussian Mil! continues to be i betrayer ol Southern I rights" now .sustainthemselves. the Et itcr.ll charge of a ccn.rr.itfee to be appointed

i'" r" I rnefic,. \\ bet e !I( inifjidrd lj seeK a re. the scene .,f political cabal and excitement., I ANTI-CASS. WOMAN'S by the Decaticracy (it Frar.kltn Ccuntw.

m I 1''Wli' *-11 1r. C0111, having been j fu;.' .IIieJLZ hi* 1 liiends. I Imiuedialely nfter- The people; are for the moment occupied PRIVATE MEDICAL! : COMPANION.! pn. will rive a s.nnsi1; rf the last G.T.. al Aspinnly ..
I I : o; ths- State, and a revi w cf the at" of
.. his irr-t lie was in. rch'-d io LJndewt-H anls.oi itll the renewal of the war with the D'mes. Slanders on Gc'icralTaylor. BY DR A- SI. MACRirKAf,
1\\ its Inns prcmr.e'-.t lretr.bEr9it \\'m te iud
--- -I ,---c.Jj. -. : >se<|'iieiitlv < (aIIVt'\'HJ to Lubiiu aid1u1iii ;- c\act; position which. Prussia js 10 takein J The :Memphis I and General Levin r-P.OFE'Sor. OF JI EASE. OF WOMBS. I at the price r.f Sever.U-fivv Cents fir a single! .
in f'if"' Lir *' : e.1! KilinainllMil j'lil. A. I the new) ly concocted Gfimau chl'lll
.-J' \\-i\ s I.tC a majoriTY I AVer U'Uiien's ;nrt he is Wifi to have government;, is nut ) ei ascenained.The I. .- capital fur Gen. Ti>s hy slandering! : the TWENfY--V'ThtOUSANL[ TOPfES SOLD I pip f r Ft nr D'-.llar? ; fen 'f'rie51 lor Five Dollars ;
f [(o\la.l Tliitecurf* them iww 1. I e.''r'-'t-1' sal-fil'J of I the hupeless.iis hues; news fioui Vienna I e port I It lint Old Hero of Buena Vista, he wiS: wriuen 10 IX THREE: MONTHS r rYeirs and an* inmber over the above a' 'he sarr e .

.. ...r.ior hat Sttt. 'I I ,''f noiplishiii$ his tiij..i : uj. I IlIat|| t the Kmperur' of Austria had i lesigneii!, I.but, on the subject and in the' 1 letter below, of su&nnj physirai; ar.d mental an-I,, ;* F' r"o.5 re'eivins f tht i Frfiszoctmill

i In- -A.IS j induced to leave his ietie i : i iu I ihe no crt>.l.i was attached I ) i lo it. I which we cop 'ruin the :Memphis Ivigle! jjn-h; to rnay an .tff'ctionate: wil", a-.d pecuniary ple!sf .r .oin sihcriherand receipt kr us, and

', I1'1"r'iat .dcerti'er. .I I intiiuit.'iiK, because the l.uthor he hC nt i the TlwllOle lan:. .r Eastern 1u rope I li'iilcd' the lies tolhe ciillljter. We much I return the same addrrs
"- .'..'1!111 |'),'lttH-iMns ate lI1$1Lid1fli : I TMure the 'p'ople sreiiied to Rar to h.t!i ho r seem, mote or less afflicted with Itie cl,.U.rj. !. mistake t the character of I the people of Ten-[ di.'ficultes: :: to thhusband, might have been R. J FLOYD & Co.,

aid be cheeilul} audI ;and, four ca :.i I< :::"' "Noithern I than \ii IiI him. ( rl>ii('i) i is to .h..l1, fpcpnct io party, il I they will _
., if.crihT' Mirl a. I his vif>- is alhnved I lr -" acres: u> him. winch terminated fatall.! !permit an old! siildeir io *>. "YOcilll1sllan( It is i i.tended: epecialy! for theraani d, orth i IVotice.CAPT. .
*, same
;: ni.? :iji'e i I Other fenuds aie I peiiiiiimi t to roriU're ;.l'm'h3 rdJ'. dered and libelled day after tIc \v"iihni '.s c )'itemj>latinar! marriage. as it disclose-- BENJ. HOWARD i is atithcrized

:.ditn.' low yt..H an ; it tiriy "h' with him in pre:cu'.c of ihe j.til .i UI hon Recent events! j in Lombardy have beena visitir.c wiiii their deepest reprobation the i : 'Td'n ir raj5 which should' be k .urn to them t during my absence from the Star -.

"'f :!.. attt'r"nnfthn! $( iz51erctI ii-... pill, derisive. and IIMM lIlll''I J "cle:1.I A furl i llJlhClI of such iniquiittes.-Halivnal: Intel- Ii :i-ti-u1ir1y.. JOHN W. BALCOCK.Apalachicola .

I v.'O" 1I.-tltltt\1'JS t (! to ih4* ('o".I14u'- I Th.,.,. f111f' r.ot appear to have Iwen ,_\ lIi :hl st2o: CIIi rIms Albert \t d'.1 successfuleonqtjeior. : I : tfeT/cer. Tr-ily k'iT.vled- is po-.ver. It i i' health, : June 1 IS IS-

1I.fllI 11l Cltiuittu,, IOiu'h ttI I tiisiurlsaiJ'e in anv pan (II t' Jhec-mo- almost, all LornSMr'iv! was within i M'he following! is General T-ivInr's ieiter : h ';);r'lt'ss, a3upcc{ oti'c'. -

It'lJ tiv I si-!oe ill1 CfUn'oin j >.ued! -:snd. .i-com 'is c .i-p-now I lie whole breadth: c.f I Lomb BATON ROCCK. LA Au!- 5. 1345.Mr The rcvelation.s contained in .COL.VM! HUGHES i? ir.> A--tt aurirtom
.. Ju ;' its have
!. .' \ tin live iii viciiis'j. I pages
'\ > \ I 41Jf I 10 th- KnJiMl ari-ouots, it s. -fintinjio .irdv lii- been rt I rafted: !II> I th-- 1 ued iii'' seaiiii.and DKAK SIR :-Your esteemed :letter :. the S'rih -

.\tu '..--! 1).rtuu1Iyof; ;i i known -. i'tlf: hal Jlifje *hould be :111) >o CltJllt.\j \ :: CIniJes :Albert! utterly defeated :i of IM* Till uli. enclosing a: .Iip[ mi frotsi, theM'Miphis r>rived a bIesin4 to thr,mand as the tniin ieras HENRY G GUYO .
j ;i'. !.tr d' received by the auth"r will attfj-t. A',al whil'r1. 25 -
;, '>' I I I I.fS. 1 .1. the (J.iV'Tuni'nutrtin' U- 'II'CIII t aiii-1 I at tt r\ point, is rihier shut up i io Milan or i. I Appeal, was; I tli-3 I moimot received -. --- Mac --

.i-i: : ; Fl:< I", Dftler i. the lead- i j lij-I" of i.-jiTs-ion. Nmne> ou> arrests con p'' rlups !Ita.); cro--td: the! TICUIJO isito: his contai ill: stajf-menl'i I said to have: H :r?, dNf, every I female-the wife, the rr.Mfu-r, Q. is tr.y authorized Agent during

*-** L! uu :" l 4) he tnulc. \\'. i.oiice |lit: IIHIIII-* ol f OWl dominions' been made by me disrespectful; I ol t the volun the 'lie either: bu-idri? into wcmanhood! or the L;,. mv fr-.m the State.

->j > : -.: < MI \\ estiMn Kesciveu 11 Mr. Ca ti. Mr. fll rjen. t..jtIJIJ"1r.. Cemt1)3-) leersdnirl1; others, that I hail i s.,ul they one in (the drineot'years! in whom nature ccn I" JOHN PARTRIDGE.

I. i I.. I'i i VCfb: number c.f \tt'ln. .f .flf Cn.4.d.11.: 14--. ; 1:1..dll The liberty of t the piess wn; declared! inlol.hJ1 were not worthy (heir rations and, that c this ..I[ ten! :j.itp3: iti irnncrtar.t! change-ca-i discover the *. July IS Is.PV. .

,- .1 .oi'I' n1it.I.-d .. G.IH'r"t i JfjI1'iTtlU. lor !.-<: arre-I i ,tW.\.ol \ 'e bv tiie Dit'I:1I its sitting on the 4th I Il.itll be proved together with m my other .I| .' .j =: ', <::'m itiJT-an 1 'hermste.Ticiei; remedies CULLEN i is my .nth' midger.t: di-
evidf'ol'df uiikmdntss towards I them on.
-a- I I'i ,'. so." in tvliirli the rilnor i. n..1.fJjj lost. C::;, 'utah. I (punishtrifnt, bianding i i and i is--.I! n >.-t certun! mode! of cure in every corn- ; mv Absence from the St.te.
i frt.nlilu. all ol whit.1t) i is without the slight, "
'..\ P.; U.i usi'e, uixii-r die t'-y. ; ;.it"m'ting] I ''sap f.oiniir\ bo/liy! (.1tI"Ii! "mentf'e tlso declaied! abo- i! my part ; t I p'ji'.t lr> v.-hii! he-rs'x :s subject. M. P. ELLIS.
Coa t ; \III.J.! afiei foundation.. There i is but little doubt in
he l li.'iJ4rrot(* 1 In the ( I Apalachlcoh, June 16, 1S.
: !f ihe Sh.iMion 1 ished.The: \ mind I hat he who I invents a falsehood I i! O-s Ihe receipt ot One D-.liur, the "..fsriidt !
14e l. <:1 SM-d in an opi following! is tjje} list Ministers (f"nn- tnv I --- -- -----
1 1 11 I rf. t jf'1'1,1 trt fl.- nation jt I Iu II ',.-'it.; No'ire v.i fiuihnnhvf.t lo t thi: pn- f : i itijuie I his neighbor or (lollow-i.ittzen.: as wcll I t ;:V--itTIq Private Medical Com-'ani'. n" will hos S EFXEZET is r.y. duly authrriz Agent
I ill the fifsi fahiiu't of t the (jerman; Emire -
new i
I .1 lieSiHtf.: He is nisi -a I ;:<;>. hut fwf"rr' ih*>\ a riive,l, O' ul-iu.Ii had : : as h' who lends h'misdl I I and! aids. in civing s "-. (mvl'dfrec) to any part rf the United duriruj- my absence from the Sfife.;
;; : Foreign AfT-uts. the: Price! of Lcini.jgec. R.
Ih11"1' :S 'CT TRAFFIC IN j ; '-i j.-U'leil his cagiioi- Thai he \\:1"1 men: : circulation': to the sairie, knowing il to ho S'.tes. .\illetter must be adJrased, pcst-paid, KERR.
I i oil the Queen of Ell; I I June 12, 154S. 22-3t
,.,i i h lit HA" T.SVWI'XTHIKS:< a-id he false would not hesiiato' one moment lo
; invU-r from T'-MV to Cl.ue. \va; I l.iiio'! ; C -.d'r .'rrrI.urjes of Stat'. i lhwu: r. Dr. A. :Maurirei'j.. 8ixl >3l, X.Y.. rk!
".I. < J'- VI.CTIHNS: WITH TllUSKii : hiboat. He.ub. swear to il on the [Holv Bihlfh njjmer-
r. e.
JI..cj! j leave
t In 10
:1.I"illlllliallrou (i-igern.: (hrnthrr of the Cit ;. Pnhlishinj O.K..V: 1-30 Lib3rty-streetNevr tloot and Shoe MaIiii;.
< I t\ ..- hnin ;m'! duc.'T"'III. 1 V'SM-I bound ilounthcStrtnnon Otis ofTtci.d reports 10I I lie'ar Department I.
fi"f'rtItUII'tJ..1 I'IC..ltll''I.\1r) :.Mcvissen. Cologne ; Interior Y'rk. May 4, KM'olico. 'ib3rrib, r' hjxitertd lulu partner-
ti'i. rtM'i: IMS sjMrnt most iif his ; : at.d coins to America. I in which in relation to the gallant ar.d IJ.llrinlil011111- TiC .
:.1 r. Von Srhoieiliijg ; Under Secretaries I' te ab'i'.e bu-jie-jid nsectuily| !
''I' t t \\11: IIf .11. \\ "t. hl.z o.... he- has .- -,eijipd. A war ftte.iincr h-s /be.:udlsfMlf of State. Mr.1 VonV IIrlh.) of t o'er' which have been so extensively published I \ solicit a'hife "t jublic pstn'r,a=e All! wtrlc

.1' 'r'* i i tI;> ..II' (diilifullv and h.< ( hod' after the I \4.o..el. I \riellfl.Jr.: :u1].uI liv. of Clrl"ruhe.r< r, in most of ill- leading public' journalsof t A LL pen--r.s; h'v ;i-i' cbim-i a ai-sf the, estate done hy them will be treat and ,d-jraiJe: iti' d II.tir

"." ', '.-n'-e ol t JfjpTMiti. >' idiui.iri O"J.iieo s.iiil he iin. ) fell it impossible tot.oid I General Peurker. of Berlin! the fonnirv) give the' lie direct' to u the I 4.1. f J"'I1.1:1! Ste\"E'1. 'n, d1'ce3-'d. ar. reuireu; charts in confurniitj with the tughte-: '. i-f, thetimes.

I :"I .-1'1. UI TiP! IImr" hIHU4ltli"u. : out ,oy I lons T. as all his fnendhad I \ron Becnerath. of < iel'e.l.| ill; !'. "j..11 !Jrussia statements t j in' ;u question ; and w which the I gen i j to pr5t!t the sarn withii the tin.> : rcs.-ribrd A. KLAIKr.lAN,
,F 'I)' 11I1" 1 p''I"I c is no v"I :.kei him. [He :.iiiI. I \\a. I'rtlllli.tIlilt' : IIf'melior the "Appeal" might have known ky !law, or else t'-iev: \ill be Hirrpduf recoverv. July 1 3t P. C. KELLY.
( Mr. Duekwr/ Bremen
1 I (Ii" itr 'nt' u'ir |PI": \ ; till! \\rrr ol ;, nalil/n. to duve ,ihe Enc ; ; nui sue rce., had i hey looked au inch be\ond their noses, I T. II AUSTIN, Adrninitrator..Apacniei.Lt .
soj'jiori; .J IIslicp.1: i Hecksclier. of H.imborg. Beside Bitters. -
"u e I ,this MouJd' duil"I a ll-h tiom tin" .' I He] ailded ;lhai; he r. or wishcii to have n'iiuhiihie' wl"-iI quaiited :- I July 2lJ, ISli. 2'2clI
rummy. these, it ;s s.iM,! t Ih'll1 I 1 r B iSserman has BLAKE' : celebrated Aromatic Bitters,
i 'i. in' :>|ifndecl of our obiiH b- foil indiK.ed to leave his ret t eat in I the accepted' a soveinincni' offu-e as Under Se- with :all the facts i in the case, befoie they I Bay '.'ater. DR.' ., received and t Rr sjle: by

ii.lls. berau ihtaitherlie \\nt ihe none trptarof Slate., published, so gross a slander iu legard I to F: r''CHT.DJJblt DwiU! Bay \Va*er, f-r July 8 H F ABELL.

ci-i-med' I to liPibuur him i one who had never injured them and whose d.i livJILIV -
IS- ; t.\ 1"1:1..tcf heHUMP. rat gains S he people lu The Diet at its sining on the 31st Aug., n"
miioioiiiraiioti uilli t I luili.Vh I only crime was, that his name without, hs: II. F. ABELL. Coiiess \Vater.TUST .
for lioliJ :
01" .io\ <
?" .: in thf \\' Mfrn I Jt1'.enp took op ihe subject) : of i ihe Geiman; Jl.igTlie -' ------ --. -
TCIICin the matter had hem brought: ,>- received h'csh. and tor site bv
,ishf"I the localities \\lIirIIII"1:
\Ih\ s ,iur fI( earrii: u uar r fl-g is t lo consist of three horizontal of his fellowcitixens ':\TH[ ITEMORE'S Concentrated Vegetable J Julys; H f ABELL.
1,)" b''en. 11f" .'.'ftI.III1'f"rh I i:noi.iiit' ot I theirn s I I '.1 riprs- black: uppermost! with I the imp fur.ilie I con m( r} by a portion \ ; -Ii;), i vire aidfectual(! remedy for
'. \IK., '.I ( |h"J"t d..f'cH4In' th" 1 .. the for the first office in tlie ift of ;a .
., I itu1*, and ".'>'in il 'n I ;priced i that autlmrniei. t " I 1 Eagle: I hui-reon. red in the mid-He, and i'I rrh ind! B
-4. If" au." I Ih..if (i'.tft'.. fi"f. .h.Jtll..uo\\ ihcm." i! :iit'h nndeitnost.'! The coni'! fl.l ig ((10 great I and free'people.As -> H. F. ABELL.Vermifuge. I DAVIS; Pain K.U-r for ale by

'I' Tinollovm( letif-r i from Till rIo i! I to I lie romantic i story about t the woundcd PERRY S H F \f HELL .
;Iv/t'IeranddcufCr m hunt fin I :: be 1,11-teii) all German vrsseN) is of ihe Visa ; _
ivesomc addili".,,"al,; intelligence lJefortalld '! soldier, at Buei.a (in connexion Jn I '
.1. rr.-II same colors, without t the eagle. The f'agie 7EWS I Canadian VrrniutigefcraIe bvV Mustard.
at the tune of In i' a i '' piT. i| to have; two heads.Cy] with a Mexican lady.) w tile h ended! so I Iragicallv \ .1.. 17 M J F BELL I SPLENDID article ot Ground Mustard ia
t .IIj.ttrllm whid I IM\'t" here anil larz i : anil who is said to have I.ellohnl by A
All remains. fuiei a very !
| tin b''xe for sp.le
t -------- iTIcdicsiics by
A Chemicals.
I PAli I order it is without the slightest bun: Drugs, ;
Dla'' uhirh I
st"2IIfJ hlKnnousonnins addition' ha been made to camp < lily Apnl-27- H F ABELL.
j TehuraphiArrival | FRESH supply of Drugs Medicines and I
\ ,
da'tion ,
of the kind even
I or
r ol the.own. ooilnng approaching -
Ies -- --- -
; $( (.f !Leuis Ca.';. fin tlie j i is *:ttuiir'l within two or New-York. fl. C'lemicals from barK Reform
of the Niagara at nu.v landing ,
I I oftuo) si.ldier are undr } it, ever I took place; ; nor do I 'believe I OoZI Teas.
1 ->UeM .(rr identical ujiJi tjiose'' ( Upwards; CHARLESTON 1 1848. oh- r'aIehy I FEW fir Uct.urd
Sept. heard of at Memphis i. l.rLth'r' !urerio'r
was ever except
ol tents, "
and the i immense ranjc ) ; N.v II J. ALLEN A
:? iI1f'! (jftdinzs.; and all ttte liberty : with'aiiva'-i.the various busy group j ill ihe I foreground The steamship .\lUqIrd has arrived at and vicinity, belore it was published in I the : Gold Pe.j, !j'l-r tec -ived and fi.r SHP bv

: )it' ,then, cuntinups thus : lifers a most piclniesque view. New York. The accounts she brings are.! Appeal..' it is on a par with i ihe story i that Hardware. I October21. .__ JC_ _ALLEN_
the of I hid disrespectful( I! of and otherwise : CH.-\I:'- Spades Locks assorted
"* i b na this : hy no mentis saiisf.iclory as I lo I peace : spoken 1.CF. I I CJat.inf".
","" "X'pou r ID connttto Horrisoleich is nnl"Hen Europe. The[ active intervention of England outraged the volunteeis ; and a more C irt Boxes, Drawing Knives and pT IJOZ. otJ"f'rI"r, fble J.'Lrei received per
f. StaLe Althongli 2
(11 by a sovereign r.iig, .C. &C. fur -aUlow by
it is base and heartless calumny W.Inever tj schr. Monterev, aror! sale hv
who met and(! Fnnce can :alone supposed propa'gated.
'i I 'i..iUi.\ I from Thniles the = E. M.CrjLLY.SOWaterst.GaSginj .
miles peasantry 0Il
CI slrtve of t ?/?////# nian blood 15 E McCULLY 50 Wafersr.
',' could belitve prevent a general war. Not a drop of American May _
'k. Jollljlp, Mexico'r there ou Monday: i a' a fair scarcely ,
Hostilities hive recommenced in t the shed order while} iu Mexico, nor ; and Rope,
was by
> t i "'lie Stall's ;iid ciwo"C' |(| : the news of Olltius arrest.Two I my Bacon, Fienr, Sugar, Coffee and

.I .-%' Ih. I1lot..IJI(1)! j is hat tlwy i sig!; ro-rhes were robbed between North of Europe and it i is i impossible lo that ol a Mexican, except in the heat f FORs.iIeby 1 E. McC(7LLY fit 0 (W.tersl.T I Salt,

: :"" hllf.'S-i..s lie! hUcks ;n.ilhi Limeiirk. and) ''. alee! by a part.y of 'JOO or foresee any termination of the difficulties in battle.t i A LWAYS on hji.d tind for sale low l hy PI
'**' "'fcOU'J: b 1 300( that quarter which affect to a considerable The whole matter contained in sai; I slip ) EE?-Mess and Prime, I .t1 Dec 2:; E MrCULLY.Sxvayn .
cly in the ma4 : peasants.Ju I
( Jonmelali, appearance ()armed rfIi iit- extent Briti-'i' Hade hi that! region.Thfrc I Is Ion silly to be; credited: nor would! I have I.) Pork-Do df I & "'ISIUI'---;

!3 (; b..i.\f'1I 1 1'ID5 is .m nne.isy (VIcig: and nit, ;.'" cx- noticed it had I not deemed it proper to reply nfl'ad-'iavy and Pil"t, forsile hy
that Irons ihe in1ple ance i is at au end.Proclamation 1 lfot.rll'! oi U lu Ct't-rrvjust re-
; Dec 3D h B ELLISON: & Co.Uailcy's .
tlf tIi" CunMitution. th rharacl ; ? have li* eti i issued; IM Captains <:iu'm/'m ill I Ireland Comer.n d I by to ) our ftiendly communication. Cr-ned .iiid I Ii r s.ilt. bvF

.t "_' 0"l I'e oow th 're and those likely I Ire of vosst,Is. (: i I]' 1i iiifl.Z them I that tllfp"flall I ll Ii.- progre-s of t the I IrinN. I In England the i I must, from my position expect to be Tonic ITIixturc. I .b I I' II ABELL..

e U"o rallhClf ihe ,. oh'I I Ire.ison will I I$CIII. should Ctiariis's II ive made some new demonstrHtiuus II i assailed by many t7ii ru put ho u* editors i t ofI HIS is a valu.ilde c"npu.d; fl'Jid' extract I IJL
I Ij,% (:Olllllr), chaised\withtreason. I ol iis>,;.iiUfHciiori. I I II newspapers, as well .is hired demagogues; Cinchona and R'ibra, a'l' etaSle 'tebrituje, C)1'II'au Sujrar.
Dug ,aijIC| in all the, tile f faVor the of lho-e (
4 senIlmen escape I In Pans awl] France generally quiet is without regard to 1 truth, decency on any for; the cure of Fever and Ague.' Sold by 5! HHi-1- |!rii'.O '11r.rtceiverperschr
t1140Y i
01 Ih) , Slnle1 tltlst.j V.J> ,f-ryar1d l t Irs l I. bv
: !!I ihere.fore made June 12 H. F \ F.LL
eUe. I have '
lcw..till my
maitia! thing up
iTMtnl.iined but prevails.Lamartine -
issued ,
It been
"III) have .
M 1'FMrTLLY Water
ne\'er pxi..1 ill Ihn p. ,icr- : Numerous new warrants =v 50 at.
'I ;r. kflOl.c.jir'Jffl. i has retired Ito tu his seat i iu I lie mind( nOt t lo suffer such lo annoy me, let f TATS and Caps by the case low hut' cash by "
for he of suspected
the declaL i arrest -
'* 5 e ti frequent lie chief witnesses Convention.I them emanate fiom what quarter they may ; Li: B. ELLISON & CO. ASTlLESoapforsaleby
wmvif that he I Mated t that one of I .
cuniersations. .h'-b2l
r.y QPl"md tf> the farther extension ,I for the (crown at thin trials of Mr. Smith An irruption of Austrian troops upon the (but lo pursue the even tenor of my way, Dec 9. Tor. Wafer and! Chestnut st. : II ABELL.

'I! a. 1U fre. and that is O'Brien and the other parties implicated t errit ones of the t Pnpe had been met by the without turning lo the right or to the left to I Advances 0

.:.'Q1t t fir Jllr ruJ.dcrs will; hunk.strong the insurrection and conspiracy will he \1 1 r. troop* of his Holiness and the Austrians notice them. Oil Cloths and Carpets.PCS MADE on shii'tnfttu;' tit C..ttnT t" Liverpool.
: consideration of high and Oil Cloth, I and 2 yards wide; New York ard B h
of the driven back. With 15 >l i *
I P. J. who had! been
'tIftftTlIlSUrancr. that his adtriild Harry, secretary
3 uiperIngrain Carpeting; 11V .. li
Ibould who Cotton in Liverpool was rather flat. The esteem, pcs i If; I). H. WOO & CO.
Association ;
be f'1f'cled. while it will' first Young 2 Stair "
%, of sales of the last week were 30.000 bales.- Your friend and obt. servt. I
LJlo'"e, Steat fundamental; (irintPany remained all along a prominent TAYLOR. 10 Tufted Rugs, Ilydr -static Ink Fountain.
1 U'lll never be used to give i:. the Confederacy. Bread-stuffs of all descriptions are on the Z. For sale byVM.' G. PORTER & CO. I A FEW M\dr ....tiiInk Kiim.taih, tor. Racks

-e to advlwce.I -. -- 41 Water street. Said I Seals
tbnoiious a measure as car- THE STATE PROSF.CUTIONS.Thle commission - Dec 30 t, x s. ht'"rrl..r-" Frames., ,

jjj.(7 Wo which from t ihe number and gravity Election Notice.' Paper Cla-- y\ > 'ai t.t#, &c ::1 t j-aleby
territory I
'e now free. be investigated From the ClMrlebU.n Courier Elfclhlll111 be held at the Apalachicola Trusses, Nov IS J C ALLEN
i laLe the foregoinp declaration ol the political offences i Another \VItness-Seuator Miller Sustained. AN Precinct, ill the County of Franklin, on thefirst S' Y r; F.K and double, lor sale by : .
looked forward to with much interest I J. C. ALLEN.61'.ics .
was T Til- ))7.
? 0iih Representative Quinine.
October next I one
the fact that the Demo- I MESSRS. EDITORS There those who Monday in I
Hon. :
S '" opened on the 8ih before the Right I are to Congre-iji, one Representative to the ; OA OZ. Sul1i.Qu. ine, just received and for
"ions Kuttcr
of Michigan and Ohio D. R. Pigott. affect to disbelieve the siatt-mem recently f Flour, Goshen ,
t the Mayor ; the. Right lion. General Assembly, and fur Covet nrr of the State OJ !
1t p>mo08Jy nominated Gen. Cass I Chief Baron ; and the Hon. Baron Penne- make by Senator Miller respecting the Cass io- "(' Florida ; and of said Election, David G. Raney, A -;iv!1' .1 dtiii. I article o E.! CHEF.SK M.1 1'.,LV fir, sale I April 27 H F ABELL.

'*ocv, passed, at the same time, (dt her. CoriSiStmnCy and tergiversation of Gen. Thomas Orman and Jesse-F. Potts will act as In.p' N ,v "M "" U'ator st. .' ,
. .1c the Wihnot Proviso question. For Molassc .
Four more Americans were taken prisoners upon ,
i '1Ia'ery Resolutions, 1 urn sur- Clontarf on Thursday and brought Ihe benefit of all such skeptics, I beg leave Given at the office of the Judge of Probate, 15th} SnuffS prn HMDS ttrt a-/ ::, ffL FloriditAy. ,

'?. any Southern man who has a into at the castle. : to introduce the tcs.imony of Hon. Mr. May, 1343. L. W' SPRA1T, Jud re.Apalachicoh.S'pt. .3 rca! S.iufi, in blit.lJLr, for sale hy : h j-r vaiv by F.. KLLi.SGN & ( 0.

3 rd fur his own institutions can The Dungannon Anti-repeal Association I Brinckerhoof of Ohio one of the reputed 1. 1 1S- 33-5t Jnlv 15 II. f. AI3ELL.. 1 Dee 30 Cor Water and- Chestnut st*

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-Or- 7LcBt Noticrci. Dry ARRIVAL
_-=Lii matter whether the result of inherent cause or ) AMENDMENT TO TIE I .. rriHE subscribers offer for sale a large and seasonable Drugs, Medicines. !
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illness or acci- I Constitution of the State of Flo- ------- ------ JL Goods in
causes produced by irregularity, j' stock of Dry consisting Dye-Stuffs, P .
dent.) Nothing can; he more surpris>ing than itsinvigorating ''I' rida. Franklin Ci'Cili Court. part THE rfUlQel'J.

ctKfts on the human frame. Persons John %V. Rnali, C(nplt, ofNegro Kerseys :and Linseys, to his friends and he retarn.h. i

all weakness lassitude, from taking it, Proposal and agreed to by the third General } In Chan'erDane White and Red! Flannels, it liberal patronage, Pl1bJ.
at once become robust and full of energy under i I .iwont///: subject! to the action of the next Sntl: and) Lucy Ann f \ Bangups and I Tweeds, that he is now and Ito \

its influence. I It immediately counteracts I the, General-Assembly. wi, Resp'ls j Super plain black and fancy Casameres al supply, ,receiving 11\ '\

nerveles-ness of the female frame, which i js the I UPON r.-nding! the foregoing aithvi. it is or Super English and French Cloths, stock, renders his assortment added lo. "

great cause of Barrenness. It wi not he expected AN ACT to amend the 12th Clause of (the Oth that service of the foregoing bill be Whitney Blankets, 10, 11 1 and IdqrsDuffil complete. English, nand ,

I of us, in cases ot so a nature to !j Article of the Constitution ol this State, !that!: perfected on the defendants in siid bill mentioned BlanketsS, Hand 10 'Irs. American Drags ; Cosmetics French C

,, exhibit certificates (if f cures performed but we the Judges of the Circuit Courts shall hold by publication in the Commercial Advertiser, Marseilles Quilts, 0', 10, II and 12 (iTs, and Druggists Glass wart, &c. ;;

ran assure the afflicted), that hundieds of cases I their offices for a term of eight years, instead of or some other newspaper published in the Western Denials, Kremlins and Cottonades, to Physicians i Country Merchj'nu e.1?*

!I bivn lepurted to us. Thousands of cases I during good behavior. Dil net, for I the space c four months, requiring Brown Shirting and Sheeting, the( most liberal terms-all of .

\\lu-re families have been without children, after SECTION 1 lie i enacted by the Senate and said defendants to appear and answer said Cotton Osnahurg pure and unadulterated. which litOI.

using a 'lew bottles( of tins! invaluable. medicine, Hoitac of Representatives of the Stall of Flotida bill, otherwise that the sinif be taken pro con. Cotton Drilling and Ticking, II. F.

have hCl'l blessed with fine, healthy ol prin in General .sscmb. convened, That the fesso. GEORGE S. HAWKINS[ .Judge, &c. Linen and Cotton Checks Wholesale and Retail ABJ'rr

To illollicrs :uuI.Ua"I'icII Ladies.This iClh Clause of Ieof Constitution April 2 Ith, ISJ H. Irish Linen, Shirting and Sheeting, ,' .

Dr. Towsiscud's Sirsiv.iriIIa.Woider Extract of expresslyprepared of this State he so amended as to read as folows. A true copy. WM. V.vLLfcvu. Clk. Blenched Cotton Shirtimar anti] Sheeting, Apalachicoln! Nov. 21, is.Drugs .,.W ;

: atul HI,'ssiag of the :\:'. ) in retercncc\ to female complaints. No viz: That at (lie expiration of the ,}present _Miyl. I ____._ __ 10-1 mAt English, French :m American Prints,
World! !
The most xtr.ordinuMal'inp; ill the female who has reason to suppose she is approaching of olfice (little Judges (the Circuit Courts, with CilaUlhcl's Extra jiiper, plain and twilled Ginghams, ami 1Ued1CIJlf\
This Extract is put 'i1II} Q urt 15 >tlles : it i is six that critical period), The linn of life"tdiould the[ exception hereinafter mentioned Justices of Super Cas'lInere d'Ecosse, THE 9ub cribf'r hat

titr*s cheapo*, pleas inter, and warranted superior neglect to take it, as it is a certain preventativc the Supreme Court, and the Judges of the Circuit. M'ALACnin.\, 11': 9 IS'. Extra super Muslin do Lame, constantlyhaveonhand* aa

'I' any s'>M. II euros withoutoimtin.ipiir.inisiokeningor for any of the numerous and horrible Courts, shall be elected for a term of eight years, John M. Carnochan; Plaintiff/: English, Scotch and American do. W. assortment of DRUGS .

\ i i i dUensrs to which females are subject at this lime end Hhal hold their offices for that term, unless vs. Super Italian black and figured Silks, CINES, which} he \Vilht<

debilitating the 1'.11 il'nt. of life. This period may be delaynlforsertralyars r'mo\.t Under Ihe provisions made in this George K. Walker and) Mary Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs, and of the.Merchants best fUaliIY

The great beauty and superiority (>f this S.irsi- Inlining this mnlirinr. Nor is it less valuable Ccnst the removal of Judges by addressor his wife, of the State of Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfe, i I and PIanreri .

pirillaover all other medicines i is that \whil it for those who are approaching; womanhood impeachment; and (for wilful neglect of duty, Flortl, James E. Jetnl'11[ Bill for account English an.d American Cotton Hkfs, I to their advantage to calleamjfle.,

cralicates the di* ae.: it invigorates the body. It : as it is calculated to assist nature, by quickening or other reasonable cause, which shall not be :11 .his wife, ( rand partition. Madras! and Verona head Hkfs, Goods before purchasing elsewhere -

'is OUR of the very best l the bood: and) invigorating. the system. Indeed!! sufficient ground for impeachment, the Governor State of New York and Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hnse, N. B. Physician's prescripf0J'arc !

SPRING AXUSl'MMKR: MEDICINESEver whole I I It [his m'lldlP is invaluable for all the delicate shall remove any of them, on the address! of two: Jane lldI"tr5, of the I Super Satin, Marseille & Worsted Vesting, and accuracy at any hoar of thedn PUt:. it not .>nh punfi.-s I the \y"-
; '; women are subject. thirds of the General Assembly ; Providedluni'- State "lirta, I Cotton and Flax Thread, I J. c.
ssesed aces Ihe system, renews permanent- l'a ,! shal J Phi ;tni! fi/{ 5viand! ei-kril .ItI:lir.!, i and fl'IY'tt/rt'
pure airl rir'i Ihwl a power p > by J Iv I the natural energies, by removing I the jmnpurii'S lentil; i in such :address) and) eiii on I the J iinvnals TypON"n'Vhhvi! : "t! C.'tii'i1'jmmants,, S;liil"I'1(hat Jaconet aid Cambric Muslins, f

no other O'du'im'. A'rliitthi) t lil3 I'ie grand 1 I 01 the I body, not so far stimulating: a!to produce : of each House.J [ Jlnd Protidrt ftirlhtr. LJ( t the Deferidvifs I) menl'ionp'J in I d'1 Needles, Pins, Tape, fcc. & c Cnib
secret of its wtrvl 'rf.JII'I'' It has: pcrformeJwithi'i 't) subsequent r.hxatinn. which is the cage ofnot That I Ihe cause or causes.shill "l 1lIw I! not icsideithiu t his Circuit h':1vilhin the Which have Ir.-e'i selected with great rare in &IIlli@m

tha last t1'I.- :n >re tIn H::),0,( III I _' 1 m medicines taken for female weakness andiisMse. 1 Judge so intended to be removed, av'd Ill shall United States; : : It i; oidered (that no'ice of the New York and) Boston, from Importer and Agents? H.F' PECl'f'I r.L
at l *asf I'! I y
cureof evrre ct*;>s <>;: ; using few bottles of this medicine, I bo adinilt'v! to in his defence, lie- mctilutioi; of (tills c'nf, a'nl" the filing ot (lieamentleti I vices J ert
cmsidered incur thI. I It Ins savH 11h t t ,> lives t ;" : By a :hciring OWI I. Manufacturers at t the I lowest market rates and to (lie citizen
were I'I'.f' many: severe painful surgical operations may lore an,' uitefor such removal snail i pass : atxi :- Bill.I I t t.,> given: i ii; some newspipiT; pOth-l are now offered at wholesale or etail rn favorable cola, and the ot :
f nr>ra than 'i1)J.J' : children Illlri:1.the. two pastseasons. I :bi prevented.CjtS'eit .:11 such cases the( vote shall be Inker by yeas: and \ lished I in tie! Ci rci'!it, for the t space of ( terms It'l( M. G. PORTF.R[ : & Co. generally, in count! o(f

j :Uc.. u;. to Mothers and nays and) entered on lIt Journals[ of each House months,and i if I, upon tine prpl of t t the appearance Dec. >/), IS 17. .11 1 Water street.A 't' legion.munition. linini'thetineorteh
of (inner! Hi'iJilr InnnlblT'
10Oca respectively t of slid notice i in some so published
Children.It newspaper --- -- ---- -- -
and want of NervousDr. i !zcl'r.: I' i is the safest and most effectual medicine for SEC. C. tic it furtlttr enacted. That the Judges foi I fh? (time mentioned, the 'slid defendants do CAUD.THE with the

Townsan, Sarsnaulh invigprafes: tlie purilymg the t-vs-tem, and) relieving the buffering-- first( appointed under this amended Constitution, not appear to said bill by the, next rule day,which Sub--cri! !>.M-s take t this method of inform I Lied to f1rnish citi"lhE-Iwi"their )

whole system pennniivitlv.; Tothosp who hive'lost : attendant l rhil -birl h crdisco'r'd.. It J shal be di'-id.-d !,y lot into four classes.: The shall Come after twenty days from tm! expiration the citizens of Apalachicola and its vicinity ':. "., timeilwitb

their muscular enerry I bv: the efjl-cis; : of strengthens: upon both I the mother and child, ;prevents fl'1 class shall I I ho'llllds or I their, off or ofhces; I' of s.jd i ) peri"t of four months: it i is,further ordered that they have now on hand a very rea! :_- : TEST PuUS thpXtwllr.l OF

'icine or indiscrctio'i coirrivtteil 1:1: youth m'd-\\ I pain aid disease)i j increases and enriches I the food, the term of two years;, t the ,(conI I he tl : I ?irr.e be taken as confessed and wells-elected Stock GOODS, which \will be 01 mfJlltM.l/. hllin/ at a view th J.'ABIOI.

''xecs.\' indulgence of the i!".iv.ions and) I lh.) ? who have used it think it is indispensable. of 1 four years; the third! for the term of six vents, '.i.4 them.GEO. sold l low, consisting in part as follows! : af.JIe Sttjle' of nr s.", which h.j

on a general physical' pm"tr.ilion of I the nervous I It i is, highly! useful both before and after confinement t the fourth for I the term of eight years. : S. H.\\KI Jol)1e, &e. Cloths and Cassitnere.s, various ..fjles, advantage to a fashionable romonifc .

y..tem, 1ituJe, want of ambitionfuntingsen-! ns it prevents diseases attendant upon [Passed the Semite by the Constitutional majority CArr\t: &. [r\TT, Fancy Print, .do do. .N, B.: Geritlemens' Morning; tZL
nations, premature d.-cay ;and: decline, listening December 22. IS 17. Passed (the House of Co-npl'ts Solici'ors.A : do. "
childhiith, -in Cosfivene s, Pie!, Cramps, Swelling Alapaca i..mtre; Figured, Wraprew made 10 order: Cfe? !
.toward* that fatal dis-) :se. Consumption, can becr.tiiely of the Feet JI..pfndency. learthur Vomiting -' Representatives, by (the! Constitutional majority, True Copy.: Wai. VAL.F.C Silks Frode Ruie, description made in the usual fnms5J,
restored by this pleisint remedy.: This January (Ii. IS IS. 2(1. ) 1 Clerk.
Pain in t Pains,, ] ](-c mI do. Montellado. Ualkingand Riding Gaitw made
Sjrsaparilh! i is far superior to any Heinorihage, and in regulating the secretions andequalising A I 1 I Florid i papers will publish! provided) nMt Satin Striped manner; Tunic! Dresses and Bmf 10 i- .

W II-Vl''f\raiiu*V Cu'Iial, ) the Circulation it has 1:0 equal. The more than2() is j rh rif11 IS CJ1iNCEfl.FLa2)IlIU Fancy Cashmere Robes every dfscripf.on made in a neataVfK

.AS it renew- and invigorates the system, givesactivity great beauty ff I this medicine i is, it is always safe, .\prI2i, is 18, :; ( Cil'cni Court.AT do. Merino do. =-t\I.' >. All inrnients made at fhweshVwarranfftl

to I Ihe limbs i: ;anil strength t to the muscular and t the most delicate ue it most sucCcs'fulr. IVoticc. CicAMnKns., December Term.. 19J F do. Delaine do.Iu..lin to Jit.fj3 .

sys'tem, in a most extraordinary degree. few oilier me : ?, India Book: > Shop! Second l
cases any Story
very require late firm of J. Stevenson &. Co. hiving Clr.tol Allars, I ttz'Il'j! E.1.
cOU1IIII1io12 Cnrc- some a little Castor Oil, or Magnesia, \efu1 THE dissolved by the decease of J(.!hua vs. \ Bill for Divorce. do. Swiss, Lace ar.d Colored Entrance on Che".nut street.
Cleans? and! :trent th.1. Consumption fan becired. Exercise in the t open air, and light food I the fiim I Edgings, Lisle, Cap antI Thread t October II, Is.r7.C.5 .
Complaint Stevenson, all those indebted to ( said l are S'IllahILl: ) :
( Bronchitis j Constiimti in, Liver medicine, will always ensure a safe and easy confinement. Court affidavit filed in Shawls. Damak Silk : A plate of Fall
to the
requested! to make payment, and those having appearing by and Winter( Faiti
Colds, Catarrh C >uglis, Asthma Spitting TT do. Marino
claims present the same. 1 the abnv! car=e, that Sos lnah A liars, the de received.1
of Blood( S >reiess: in the Chest I Hectic Piaid Wool -
IVoticc 10 the Ladies. The- stock of on hind arc oilcrcd for sale 'ndant I thfrl'in. resides out of the State but within ---- --
Flush, Night S-veats Di.Trult or Profuse Expectoration. Those that imitate I Dr. Town*cnd's Sarspuia: .it low prices Jocci only. the United Stats, to wit, in the State of New Kid La< ( and Silk Glove: .1. SPENd :,
Pain in tic! Side, &r-., have:: been (
Tnskan latest tashton
called their stuff [>sey WATCH
have invariably trratlc1rt. T. H. AUSTIN, York : I i; ordered that l'tiCE be published in AND CLOCK M.AR2tcZZX
?nd can be cured. PI'malr &c. &c., and have olr Surviving parlner .Stevenson Co. (the Advertisr newspaper printed Ribbons in all varieties :11'007 Secertt Story !
.i/I & COrm"rci.a ra7.fI":;
Spitting lilootl. of nrmn Shirt'.ns, 7-; '. ; nCr! 3.Ilojhi.d :
the :
which! relates to complaints
of four
in < va-ck for the
cirlular. Apalachirrla, May 2. )ISlx lric) once space JCrsg% (Entrance
New York ;\pril2., 1 17. women, word for word-other men who put up : months li, requiring said defendant to appear; andanswer ) ] do. 7-S, .;--. ;- : -4 and It- BfJajSJsafesq- \ Ap4.4itH'afches ue*'

Dr. Tuwjwivl; verily th'lithat jour Sar- tin'dicine, have since the great success of Dr.Townsend's 1 JVoticv.SIX : the bill ot t complaint fil<.d iu said cause, 111lIIk': f-I.Hdfi-4 J ] :
minstlmvigh Providence, : months after ditc, I afplj to the X n. Clocks and J. .
has been the
siparilla Sarsnpnrilta in i complaints incident i to "il at or before the e\piratio'i of said period, ofheri .T o. r;i Cotton Carpctinsr. i
lie.( I !have !for several had a i Judge ('I f ) Conal101 \, repaired. 'J4.totl .
nf saving my ; years "emale!, recommended) I theirs, although previous ifl. : Prdatf! \i-- the millers and things therein chared will C\rJI"t Jh : .1A
bid c01J. h. Il baraine wor-e ,ifl1 1 woi>e. At t Iy I hey .Hl not. number of I hese Mixtures! a 'fuul l discharge from I thc admini-fralion! ; ;nf be tiea'! for confessed, azaiisi her. }Hats a.d fupa.'f iyles THE
N '
last I raised lar.e qun.itifies I)t! Moid had night i'ilK.e.are injurious: to females, a" they nggrcMtc f,.tate of I Henry Benl. late of suid cHuah. doceas .- Hoots and hoes .lE r'
GEORGE;1: ; S. II \\ < "
SA'cats 3'ld3'1( great I Iv ilemlitalcd() a:1l,1 reduced disease, and undcrminnthe constitution. ((1. "JAMES GIBSON, Ailm'r.! nf tlio nvstcrn Circuit; ['a.' Clothing ol I all kinG ROIiiij Saloon and Di1n

and did not expect to Ii:'. I hJ\ only used your Sca'ofila('need.Tins ApLichic-oK April 1: is IS. Kl-Orn 1 A trn.' "';'':-TetVi ( : -\-N-_, ,t n-Mt asrtiieitf JEWnLIiY.----------y.--:u1! ISooprr..rirtf.r .

Sarsapirilla: a short time, and there Ins a won- rcrtiti that (this \ VLi.f..vr, Clerk. rmny other! arfiel"-; too T'l11rf'rfIN to mel t.H: .
proves rPIIE I.f ,.
in <*. I Provisions and examine fn VfirvjvM. ,. ; the"tt: /. ;
darful change ben wrought m am now Call r m
Sirsaparilla has porfert over the most obstinate rnmePo !k A pal; ifi<')b, July: -22, l IS sl I.. 27"Im 1. Sdioofta.. "'oed"f'n
able to wdk all over the city. I raise no blood, BBLS" Whijk": ." JI.II. : N. SCOTS' & linf-THKrv: ; rntiravcr ,
dfsea-es of the Blood.! Three 70 ----
pel sons I )Flour; i cask: Rice; the fd.Ii-.hKier.t an a reeallip! >,, ,
and c.viqh his left me. You can well imagine Ir.l. Dec 2r: (1'1'. Water and Centre .t:. .iacpand 1
my : in on", house i. 'laprecelentel.'iIII.bI c>l'V I Reserve Whiskey, !Ziv Iu-n-j hip (;hUIC1h; i"J'"c.. i is thankful that an ever
ctrl.t superior -- -- di-rnnmr
that I am thankful for these results. 'hih11''nDr. ; rriilE l i : Su'inbers h t ve on l.a-id: for al.-
( lic b .
choice Hams
2 very ; 15. Eiiison A Co., Cor. \Vcr anti prove > j-ctrona:, II.t'er.a-.j
Your oSedi'ii servant, t-it '.ir-I I have the j. LOCKS, as-oit-d. Butts, Screws I Hinges,
TOWMSOI..J ]> pleasure per sclir! Lnuisa Soars, and! for of his deire to please. He nU aiw
W.M.; : RUSSELL;: Catharine A. M tnlCrm.11 that I Ih..p of my children lla\1 lo111ir McCULLY, I lIa fisaws! AiilUaws (Crosscut do, Planes Chestnut sts. choice a-orti-jfnt of Liqiifn. '"n T;'

lthenlai m. ) .- I the Ser'ilula by t the; use of jour excellent sall'I\ .rtJ l Water st.JxeIsae. C"mI1'I! UZt' mllets: (.i'.icets! Brace SHIP CH.\NDI.ERY.MANILL benra '-, of a ort to and
1 10 u )
This i is only one of< in'1! lour thousandcase ] medicine. They, w'r' aftlicted very se- :Ti'(! .- .- .- -- .--- -.---- and Bitt. Til'c' HovelSpires Hroidaxes! :\ and Hem Conhge of all .izrs, uncchn fa-fidi'iis tickle the pa/af/ ;
of nh''IJ11t t Nfl tint Dr. To.vnsend's: S rsi- i /! '. \\'o.mlir.f'1ar1im>, Spun- ..tI'Mrd i
hive taken CiilIi'Adze.! Hatchets
verelyvilh ban Sores : only llr-b.t- Ship; '1 do, [ Ham-[ cool and dtiCint1Qfrh
parilla has cured TI.e in',t vere and chrtniccaes New Providence! Oakum.Sv>nn Oil!, Fall! do. Whale !io. Olive: frorj their aatafi;
tIes;"it took'! them away, for which I foci! mjelfunder 0: York, BotGr rn-:rs, S'vitfer' 1 11 rigrigs: Blind! doSteelyards, yarn. ; For a pleasant ,
t anj weekly er.ilicaed! by its cxtraonlinaiy greil obligationYours j DRITS i I !lphia and Th1irnrl.i b'ughf t ; and Counter Si-alt--. Ph'form do! Cotton do, do, Linseed( do. [Raw: dn, Boiled! do. Spirits Turpentine amusement titi/e commipjriirjj "t eer1
P.tint'tnc1ow (,lit5". [ rum tlllla---Ibere
PutryVhite (
.. \'irhJe Sight i Checks on New by Kitcpoi Table Cutlery Shovel! and ? I
respectfuiiv\ Yok ,
CnnminjHs one of the a .i,.tanI5inthp. Lead I IJfd: fl>>, YpHJOel1r", rirom! Grcen within the circle M'cyrrna>rirs t,
James ; l 1 \ \CV.. f'\TNT! IOC Wooslerst.Opinions (;. rORTP.II & Co. Fire [ & nr
; Tings, roa (
: WT Emerald do, [Inii'rin! do, Chromo YellowVr: srimpof
L-mtie Asylum, Blfkuvirs 1'$t.\I"I.iith! { : wirk r/-lows < a ten-pins; bur fht", prcfr:J JI
of in the f"llowi.ttl'r) : I of Shysiiiins.Di. Agents Bank of I'run \rKSAIITIIS" Anvils, Slrdgps, "isris, Lirhuage, :alpliur.! : Bright V.irni-h, Cf"Ipal active ammemenNf! afways tQAn
gentleman spoken Ularkw.'ir Mau-l S"pt. I I I. 1 Is"i7.Dr.Tnvendhir I ; Town.'llt j is almost taih' receiving orders] 11 U'ater slr ..t. I Himmf-rs, Vices, Srcwp! ifes, Stocks and (Iii, Ttr, (o"in. Pitch, Tnrpenlinl', COlt:. Paint Come one-come dU.It.} .
| t from Ph\sici.ui in different) pam ts of I Ihe Union. -< JSrnsEies.HAIR Dies i Tongs'il! .., Risps, vtc. IlrusiiP4. l'arnl ; 'J'rtln. Scrub do. Clamp do, I
Sir I hive ,-jli! ;'red) terribly .TOHB
: Tliis i. to certify that we, the undersigned, Hat, Clothes TeethNail and Shaving I RX-S-.veedSj Elginand! .American assorted r.'unp DI, !;. Chitl!;. \\"hitin. fs"ia' Dck. Eng.lism .Ap\Tarfli"ol Dec. ." 1':
with the Uheuimti-m con- 50. 1jApalarliicoln
for nine year* ; 11n. COlton j;, IfpaIan'r." do, LIg'ht! do
Physichns: of the City Albany. have in numerous nrindtlnf( and Hand,Hoop, Sheet and _
sale squire
siderabU flf the time I eo'ild] not eat, leep or ushcs, for by \Vlnrl', [nh.wand Ued.! untin- Sail, Copp"r do
walk. I had th* 'itnr>*t< <.ii2: piin-5; and cases pro eribed Dr. Town-end's Sarsajiarilla: ,' Fet 21 I H F AHP.r.L.: : Boiler [rn'i. Rulroid!, Spike do, HorseshoeIro'i ItO! ,. ship Spikes. Boat dC'. nrd", frf'\\: Exrhnn;
limhsvere terribly swollen. I have u-ed) and believe it to be one of the rriost valuable; pre ._----- --- and I. Nails, Cast, English Blister and .TtC'k'trewi. Anchors? IIand f>:!\cs. Cap"f"in THII Mib crihtr isilnrirs .

my md I lime ;paratiotH in t the inirkft. lUol asses. G-rim Stv.'el.rLOrtH.S I. Bars, Oars, Blocks: Shiver, Jib Hank?. Hand ; and the public in :, n >jf,
four !ntlle of j-vir Sirsiparilli.tho-isnd! dollars:: they worth : II. P ICU-r. ?T D. t' BilLS superior Muscovado,, for s.ile bvM l! -Single: m-1 Double Corn heHer;. Pump?, Deck B-icpt! do, Broi-n: *, _____ : "Illne the Prllprlf t4 n:3 \

tlone m"lre thin: one OfJ I. \ -. D.R. ') <-h IT; E Wafer-t.: Cornirills: Lighains, Trace do, Ox do, Corn do, Caulkinz Mallpt., S:1r\nztlo.!: .Axe.xi known house, and will b,' ;",' II'am.
jji>l. Yo'i arc at !lib-rty to use this for the B.: BRK'.r.S.I (( :1, n. -.-.-- .-- -- ---:TcCI.r.\ -- Shovels and Sp3dsVl'E.'din Hoes, Garden Helves,(Hooks and Tiimbe5Box! Ifooix! ., Bil- do, I of the trawllir: :.' n rr.f. \ .,

etit of the afiliVt'"!. P. E. J I.IE-Cfr, .\r 1). School Rooks, Lvio and GnV.Hiig! I(oe.. Can do. Cotton do. Boat do. F\h do.! r-nill-.m!! ?. him with their cu:t":-., 4h, .w.

y 1)11'*, respertf'illv; I Albany, April. 1, 1J7.I FliR.tI.byFeb' CORD.\GR; -Mnilh ?:1d hemp! assorted, Pitch, Irons, Making__ Irons Marline Spike?. Ship S('- date resident boarders Tilt -> "
..\'JE- CUMMIXft Caution.Owing HUl Dirpt'rs Cook's Ladles. Tnrnnt.rDividers ,
pers .
F ABELL.Cnlta .
Tar Rosin, Coal Tar, Bright Varnish, Hand- supplied with .
I '
sale'a55e Sail Xt"e-dk Stll Twine genuine ; r "
F.\ ( r an:l Aiie. to (the greit success and immense ,
Or 1'r..1lbr14 1own3(1's CASTINGS ar Kettles, Mills and Cauldrons Pump do. Shovels Haminers.IIatch-t.s. Apalachicola, Xov ;4.Military ".
of the ChuI!. : IVver and .\jue. Thi- who were our Agents, have LIN Tibacco Seed, 1101 the most celebrated Chisels ;i' !
4Fe. that firmery r"IHnpncec ;plantatioes of the Abajo, just received Balceoven" ?, Spiders, Pots, Enameled Augur, Planes Handsaws, (rimblets. Hand.-aw! -
of hundreds! we Extracts Elixirs Bitters Extracts letter i i. only me making Sarsapnlla Fire CapsaniBucket
from for -ile Kettles, Tea Kettles &..C.TINWARE Files, Hat Tail do, Iron Squares. Cupboard Lock,
have **oiveJ tr'i tie: S \ltth and West of likecharacter. 1 of Y Duck, ALC. They generally put Havana by '
r. Stock do. Hook and! Staple: Ilm .
clo\ McCULLY A full assortment. !e? Padlocks .11 aim facto
Mch 10 E So m) Water s(. :
it up in ( shaped hoUl.s. and some nf -- ; Wholesale retail. Wood Saws, Pendant Haulyards, Hand Lin?, TE RY T. GR\T.\C\r fontina
0. ..t.. I. Mic'i.; O'.t: t 22, '.--. Hum have stole and copied advertisements, Olives.8.TARSYery ROBERTS or ALLEN & Co. Deep Sea do, Lo? do, Fii-h do, Hand Lr ad?. Deep I facture at hi3 od stand. No.392:

Dr. Town onJ : DMT I r -1 purcha. triff two bottles of Sar'.f.: ; I'I'Ilh of yn'irZcflt, E. McCULLY, Chalk Lines, Pitch Pots, Lo? Books, ('arn Jo. Belt ;
\'oillC11 and
Body Breast
t Mr. M-Xair, of K ilamar. i't, to try it for the !>- Office, 12o, FULTON Street, Sun March; 10 rn) Water st. Iron, IViils, &c. Belaying Pins, Tin Posts Ware, Crockery. = Carpenter's Knapsack. Priming \Vir PltrI.. Sc Cartn.
Tools. Arc .
Sampson ,
\"eT and Asiie.; !n f.Jl.{ }had fmi-.he.l the fir..ttuttI. Building, N. Y.; Redding & Co., S State street, TONS Swede Iron, assorted sizes ; Ai | Dpc.t t. 17. c.lalachicoa Cloths, Holsters! Bndh! Gun Casw.J
... it appeared 1" warm the Mood, and even Boston ; Dvolt & Sons I'l'-i: North St.rnnr strrc-t, Scotch 11 nil. )0 100 kegs Nails, do. Bear Skin Caps, &.c. &,-.

other div\ .v1i! .. !1,1': ';hH'!. and rVver anpeared, Philadelphia; S. S. Hance, ) : < Balimor'; i 3 Gross Scotch Snuff in half bottles just re i .I casks: Weeding( Hoes, assorted qualities); AHICRICAX Military and Fire Com about', :

thr were 1i-. \.jlll.'ut ; and) before she had finwhed P. M. Cohen, Charleston ; Wright &. ., IfIi ccivel, (for sale by 20 C Blacksmith Steel Faced Anvils; Net and Twine ITIanti eturiiW contemplate changing their panics I'mt'C!

th* bottle she *a< -'ttirely r..lip\'PII. .md! i Ciiarters; street, N 0.; HJ.'j South Pearl street, April ..1C ALLEN. 2'I) English 1 and American. Vises; supplied with Pattern Cp0'

she wa< nrieli better <.ie had ben before .Albany; ; and by all the principal Druggists andIcrchanl Aromatic Bitters.DR 2'r) Bellows; Company, above, at the shortest notice them'i acr
he took the Au'U A I liv,} that had been vr' generally the United States 12 COMMERCIAI.-STRFF.T. en
BLAKE'S Aromatic jus} receivedand ) 12: do/en) Spades; and) Shovels; aMe terms. JfJ
sick with the Chil! ;Ml' -v >r. lint had broke West Indies and the Canadas.For for sale by Bite, 10) Collins Axes; (Up Stair,) BO>Tt>:. !

them with Qiinin,', and w. Ht i-i -i v.rweik i sale: wholesale and retail by April 1.3 J C ALLEN. 10 bxs Cotton and I Woolen Cards; Manufacturers and Dealer in BryanT it.-it Conor.TOO .

and distr.:*-in. 4 and SACKS Ri(. Havara.JndS :

the jZ'f' <'..:.'. "if.j.j't c: 1 t'.e': (-t1\'I.ltht it had;! !. Ma\' ">, l'..J' HI-I) Apalnchicola.PHOSIMiCTUS Seullitz I'owders. I 1000 Ihs Cast and German Steel l fur sale by Bundle Twines, McCarty's Cotton Herrin Twine, I 1UU Coffee, for sale !W to.

on my wife sh" s' :ni it\.l\ ir'urd a f>w butll"-I I GRASS ScilJitz( Powdpr (that are fresh, just t WM. G. PORTER & CO. Cotton Seine Twine, Tanned and Untanned Flax Dee 23 E J ::

and it r sfclreIIt"'r in a few w.'-ks t-> rurnpl.leheallh. OF THE .'received sale by Dec rQ(' 41 Water street.__ Herring Twine, Hawser and Shroud-laid) Mackerel rOI' alt..
I Your Sar-npwHU i io wiThout doubt 11Ic.uatlo'l i:- nJ'XCE J C ALLE I I
rl.Onl'J'IDIPI .April: Lines Herrintr, Shad. Bass, and BElLS
; Pohaipn h. Hasnow from
1111 0'0St. Croix Sugar landing
in di-...0iari !, Infusion Jars. 13 do New Orleans: Sugar; Dip Nets. Government Seines with Bas "; Cod, U dbn. Apply to
think fh.11t tiiisr.unmun"i ; ; >' "i'I: ool! >iv '
via ra ar' at jrft'' tu><. il .:.- ';.n (''' ." Agricultural Advocate.we'kly A FEW Infusion i Jar-everv family! should 20 bbls l St Croix herring, Mackerel, Shad, and Menhaden S'ines. !Dec 23 JCOl'RSE, 5TOF

'Yr.i1".'. ...,;r.II..::1., ':-. A. }paper to be published in Quincy, Fa. have one-for sale by T bxs Stewart's Loaf fcc..A" Lemon- Syrnp.TB .
I /:. .;\"tl anil tiWlIil (,i onitr at short
( Tf\n.KM.i I. >W.\i-. IU C. JtJ.IA: ARTJ.TT. J\pri 13 J C ALLEN. 10 bbls ground RAY'S
100) sacks l ioC"I'e1) do Javi >i')lirc. B. ELLISOX & el.I'l1ts, su|:crior LemiCltsyrup.P
; "
Canker in fit* llonlh. Paper. October 11,1"1 1 17. 3'Jtf: ; i] ,t.Feb i. .,'1'1' 1.\
l .Ap.ul.chiemibrocevies
THK; proprietor of the QUINCY TIMES underthe I 14'Uc' 10 bxs Aromatic Tobacco; : '
Below is :ii .11'01)::: of mother child :a-t.l1) 1 A RE ,\MS Letter (17 liFt
Milicilutions of his who file
re.ratf', patrons are lal'r rpCinc 30 Mnft'd do.; : anil hip oro<..
Dr. TovvnseitJ's; S.lr11'trilld., The; I\.lt(ollownii I ihf t lives twoertifi'alcs 1 mostly ':comprised, ;among I the friends] of Temper- A\J and for sale by 20 Sperm Candles; HO hxs brOWnSlapi; COFFEE;, Java do, St. Domingo do, I. :\Vcslcrii; ;: Irmhltt.,
of c'uldn-i;
of" tlioti'au.l-i! s.-ic'-tfl: ?trnrn a arett nnrnber received i ;mregricutiire! ;all other industrial interests i April 13 J. C ALLEN. 1 It 01)' Ings Shot ; 3J( kegs Powder; RIO '" Flour, Western do; X 0 Soar, I ST. LOnS Flour. Uhi" do, bti!.,
\> this week. i I.f S(*<-II-H. ha'cetermined to devote his Journal I IIEE'l'INGS, Shirtin s and Prints, by the 1 MOO I Ihs Lead ; St. Croix do. Porto I Rico do, Young Hon TIM, -'' choice and '11'10... Mob
Nrvor April 1 I. h 17. i m' \exclusively I to I the objects; m indicated) by the I bale and) case, low for cash, bv 200 l kegs White Lead, No. I IE'traand Pure. Hyson do. Powchons; do, Souchong do, lloslien: and prme, Bacon, Hams NideawtS! :
children new I lit..11 has assumed. B. ELLISON & CO. Fnrsalehy WM. G. PORTER & CO. Butter, Cheese Lard, Bacon Ham:, Snip, Shoulders !- sale by B. ELLISC.V*
Dr. Townsend : J?ar Sir-Oie mv and Ti. I or has: ronsorited I to make I this,change Dec 0. C-or. Water Chestnut st ts.Itmi' Dec 30 11 Wnter !tr'C't.School Molasses. Whiskev, Mess and Prime Beef. Dec "I. Cor Water andChK
'. sirk with Canker in I lie 1 Mouth
\'aot.ry a 1tN tOuCh' with Ihe I expectation of pecuniarygain --- --- .ni ----- Mess and! Pnnif Pork Mackerel. Shad. Salmon, -
t, attended, with great debility. It rame as with. the desire of exerting a salutary Strops.HAPMAN Books. Herrin:;. Sounds and Tongues, Cod Fish Tongues, Tl2-ii-i8US; Eb"',.
near d\'int. 1 obtained ,ome of your excellentmedicine mural influence throughout our growing State C CIIOOL BOOKS, of all kinds, just rec'd by Pepper, Siiices.'ups. l'l'ri'cr Satire, Olives. CERTAIN remedy for chill**'
and) it cur.ul it directly:, for which I in regird to subjects which he holds, of all others -, and for sale Emerson's Strops, ju.t received S 1 Nov II .. C. ALLEN. Capl'rs. Pickles, Soap, Stareh. Tobacco Xa\'y A sale by
byj.eh2l Bread Pilot do. Crackers Vinegar Dried Fruits
I feel Irat.ful.V01Jrol. J C
usure very Feb 3SALAD
you .
respectfully; to I be of paramount importance.The :: 1 I F AnELL.Cilh Panacea. 6. Beans. Salt Itait'ns.Iaearoni.. "t'rmacplli. Arrow :

ELIZABETH] FOWLliR, 27 IVsbrosses-st., cause of Temperance; the interest of & IIOUCK'S Panacea, just received Root, Corn Oas, Buckwheat Rice.1 OIL, just receiced3
and home in all its relations I'. SWAI\I. .
Agriculture ; industry, For sale by B. ELLISON & CO 117
Fits Fits Fits and varieties-will be the objects to which 50 TiBIAS. Champagne (for sale by 17'sale bv II Dec. 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sN.Lancets. .
Feb ABELL.: .
Dr. Townsend not having tested his SarsapaTilla (the attention of the paper will be principally directed Dec 30 B ELLISON Co. I -

in cases of Fits of course never recommended ; and as connected with these interests, Notice.-- 'I'I'USSCS. I I ITCIIETT'S Piles.WSJ

it, and was } to receive the following and a upon them, and as influencingthem and double and Thumb Lancets, just received D H f
!'JJri'c bearing N pursuance of the provisions of the Constitution HULL'S superior single Trusses SPRING sale sale by [Feb 2 i]
respectable Farmer inWetchester of and domestic markets I by
'from an a foicign of the State notice i is hereby given that by
county : will not be crlooked. certain persons, citizens of Florida,intend applying Feb 17 II F ABELL. Feb-I 11 F ABELL. .l OFFAT'S LIFE PILLS ;

Vordhnm, Auu 13, Ie 17. The importance of the objects! and the aid to the next General Assembly) of the State, The Protection Insurance Co. of BITTERS jut receired
Dr. Townsend : Dear Sir-I have a little pill which a well conducted newspaper could afford Sun Nov 21 J. '
for an act incorporating them, and their associates New Jersey.
sev n years of age, who has l been several years them are questions which could not be fully discussed citizens of Florida, who may become united S COTCH and Macaboy in bottles and bladders subscriber being appointed by the above Taaners' OU
with Fits; we tried almost everything in a paper of this sort ; but it will be our with them for the the and just received and for sale by TIlE sale by
'atlcte purpose by name styleof ) their agent for this city I is now
but without success ; at last t. although we purpose to explain and enforce them in articles the Bank of Commercc"-said incorporation Feb 17 H F ABELL. prepared to take Fire and Marine Risks. FOR 30 B ELU*!
could find no recommendation in our circulars for original and selected which in our
may appear
to possess banking powers and privileges, and its May 11 ISIS. THOJ. L. MITCHEL.
here thought, as she was in columns. Shoes and Brogans, by thccase JelliC.
cases like we very capital stock to consist of not more than $"5U,000.() BOOTS ; --- -- --- '-. Guava
delicate health, we would give her some of your The Editor of the TEMPERANCE ADVOCATEwill May 4 lG-tf Shoes and Buskins; Tax Collector's Notice. "IN different sized boxes,just rert

Sarsaparilla and are very glad we did, for it not not in any degree interfere with party poli -------_ --- Men's, Boys and Youth's Brogans ; notified that all taxes vana, and for sale by
hut she has had no return the Wood Ware &c.J3ARREL fine sew'! TAX payers arc hereby tl
only restored her strength tics. The events of t he day, passing occur Brogans; the city must Lie paid by the time pre- Dec 23
of the Fits, to our great plea-sure and sur rences of the week, he will notice with as much Covers, Painted Pails, Tubs, Flour Men's pegged Boots; scribed by the ordinance by the City
rugged and the of the Trays Axhelves Buckets, fine sewed Boots passed Groceries. .
prise. She is fast becoming hearty truth and impartiality, as nature case ; Council if not the law will be strictly enforced".
tier which we feel grateful. will admit. He believes himself to be free from Brooms, &.c. &c. for sale by Russet Brogans. For sale by JAS. F. FARRIOR 9f BIlLS Whiskey;

Yours, respectfully, all party bias, and he wil endeavor thus to preserve B. ELLISON & Co.Dee B. ELLISON & CO., City Tax ('". i i. .:. -. .1 .1 tierce Rice. ;jut McCULLY.Gcnesee rec'd anJanjrt .:/
JOHN Jr. the columns of 9. Cor. Wafer and Chestnut st! Dec 0. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts. E
paper. __ a_ ... ,_ Mr. ROWAnDIrCU1.LV i is rv ,'::1' '( Mzrd
Female Jttc licinc. The Editor proposes to enlarge verjr considerably ? -j- agent for the collection of Taxes duri"my absence Flour, Gosb

Dr. Towrwcnd'a Sarsaparilla is a sovereign and his paper from its present s'ze: and to make Saddlery, Ac. Dry Goods. from the State. J. F. FARRIOR. > a superior article of CW77
other should the offered of various patterns and Tickings, Cotton Osnabur A i
speedy cure for Incipient Consumption, Barrenness improvements, patronage SADDLES qualities DRILLINGS May IS, IS IS. by Eo t.
Utcria, or Falling of the Womb, authorize it. curb and Snafllo bits, Jeans Flannels, Blankets No11

Prolapsus Piles or Whitcs, obstructed T'nwlof Subscription.-Two dollars per an- Saddle Bags, Tweeds, Shirtings, Sheetings, Checks, \Voodl' 'Worm Specific,
'Costiveness difficult, Menstruation.Leucorrhrea Incontinence num in advance, or three dolhrs if not paid in Martingales and Whips for sale by Ginghams Calicoes, Delanes, Hosiery, &c. &c A SAFE and efficient remedy for worms, tor S nll.f. ,)

or involuntary discharge thereof, and advance. WM. G. PORTER & Co. For sale by B. ELLISON & CO. sale by SCOTCHJulv Snuff in bladder r"tl 0

.of for Urine the general, or prostration of the system no Quincy, J' a., May27, ISIS. 1)ee3O .f lVater.street. Dec tl. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts- Feb 1 3 C -... :




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From the Battery.
The 208 Days of Cass.
General Cass says ihat the French dis-
tinguish their revolutionary skrimmages by
the name ofdays. Thus we have the three
"days of July, for example. In linmble inm-
itation-of this great model, we propose to
distinguish Governor Cass's various incur-
sions upon the Treasury. There are his
208 days in Washinaton, in 1821, 1822,
which are thus chronicled in document No.
S6, 27th Congress, 3d session, House of Re-
presentatives, War Department :
OY 1822, for attendance at seat of Go.
vernment, by order of the Secretary of
War, on settlement of his accounts, froin
31st October, 1821, to 29th May, 1822, 208
days, at 10 rations (at 20 cents each) per
day, (416,) and allowance for expenses trav-
elling to and from Washington, and whilst
there, ($1,032)-$1,448."
This was pretty well for 208 days. Our
*members of Congress, some of them, think
themselves tolerably well paid when they
receive eight dollars a day nnd- mileage for
coming to Washington. Governor Cass re-
ceived but seven dollars -" day for tlie same
trip and trial of patience. But he was at
the same time receiving his salary as Gov-
ernor of Michigan, at the riate of $2,000 a
a year, which is about $5 50 more a da;iy.
'Then lie drew- at the saiie tiitne ,l.,500Jt a
'year for his Indian supmerinendency in
Michigan. This was above $4 10 more a
il;y. To be sure, hlie cou!] not d(o tilhe (du-
lies of Governor of Mi( higan. and of su-
perintendent of Indian afliirs in Michigan,
while lie was in \VWashinglon; but lhal wvas
-no sort of objectioti to his receiving thile sal-
ary for it. Then, again, lie received ano-
-ther $1,500 a year, or $4 10 a day, for per-
'foriming t't cities of Indian superintitendentt
'out of Michigan. This may have been all
:right. He was out of Michigan at ihe lime,
and if he performed any such duties, it does
,not appear that hie could not perform ihern
as well in one place as another. We'Wre in-
clined to believe that he could earn all lihe
received for his Indian suiperintenden.cies
out of Michigan, as weil in \WVashingtoi asi
any where else. Here, thlieu, is a sum ntolal
"of $5 50 x $4 10$ x 4 10 = $13 70 a day,
which he received fur 208 days for perfornim-
ing duties which lie did NOT P1RFORM. But
this is not the worst of it. Some years af-
terwards. when Lewis Cass wais Secretary
-of War, William Woodbridge petitioned
Congress to be paid as acting Governor of'
Michigan for these very 208 days. By the
-advice of the Attorney General, there was
paid to William Wuodbndrle $4 10) a day,
or $1,500 a year, for perlformning the duties
of superintendent of Indiarn affairs during
tlhis very absence of Lewis Cass. Now, if
'Mr. Woodbridge performed all the duties
,of Mr. Cass during his abiserce, as beyond
all doubt he did, why wias he not entitled to
receive ALL his salaries ? Whily did not
Lewis Cass recommend this to Congress, or
allow it as Secretary of Wair? The thiirg
is as plain as day. If William Woodbridge
was entitled to any thing for performing lthe
duties of L'ewis CGiss during his absence .
he was entitled, 'not, i^^-,-re-- -1 ) -a
-day for pr f.,.ni-gr'i duties of one Itndian
superintendency, but he was entitled to-ano-
ther $4 10 for another superintendency, and
to $5 50 for performing tlie duties of Gov-
-ernor. That is to say, William Woodhridge
'was entitled to receive for the discharge of
his duties what Lewis Cass received. But
from whom? From the Government?-
Not at all. He was not entitled to receive
a single cent from Government. If Lewis
'Cass was a'rsent froin his post, and unable
to attein to his duties, he was entitled to no
salary ; aindl if he employed a substitute,
such substitute ought to have been paid from
his own pocket, if he was receiving the sal-
This is the dictate of common honesty.
If I am employed to-render service which I
cannot fulfil, I employ a substitute, and if I
receive pay for that service I remunerate the
:substitute. Who ever heard of any other
course? What is any other course but
PECULATION ? How mtich was paid, then,
to Lewis Cass for these 208 days ? Hle re-
ceived $20 50 a day, and .William Wood-
bridge received $4 10 a day. Thai is to
say, for his expenses at Washing(on, IN THE
ment for which we hold to be entirely un-
precedented, and unauthorized, he received
:SEVEN DOLLARS A DAY. For the perform-
ance of his duties as Governor and super-
irntendent, which he could not render on ac-
count of his absence, he receive, THIRTEEN
the performance of these very duties, he af-
terwards allowed Wrn. Woodbridge $4 10
a day from the PUBLIC TREASURY.
In other words, he performed none of the
duties of Governor or superintendent. .But.
,le received $5 50 a day as Governor.
-$4 50 a day as superinrtendent, under his
settlement with Mr. Calhoun, and $4 50 a
day, for the same services, under hlis settle-
meni with Mr. Purtler; and William Wood-
',ridge received $4 50 additional for per-
forming his duties.
Now what is all this? It is immaterial
-what we call it. What is it in point of fact ?
Some people would call it plunder of Ihe
Treasury. Plunder is a hard word. Pecu-
- Jalion is ti softer expression. Peculation,
:however, is something severe, to ihe ears of

Ia man of unsullied honor. Let us see what
-our friend Junius calls it. In one of his
'miscellaneous letters the author of Junius
liad occasion to speak of a parallel case.
S" Whatever delicate feeling," he says, "you,
Mr. Lucius, may have, I knaw not, but I
:ail of opinion that sinecure places, non-
resident governments, ant] pensions, are in
fact the same, though different in names;
nay, the very worst of the whole appears to
mue to be a non-resident Governor. The
word implies the necessity of doing somrne-
thing; in fact he does nothing: he therefore
is paid for what he does not, though it is his
.duty to do it. In .short, he-is PAID EOR A
NEGLECT OF DUTY ; but because our lan-
guage has not annexed the word pension to
such neglect. it does not grate upon his
,-ears. And, after all, what was Sirt Jeffrey
"Amherst but a pensioner on the colony of
Virginia ? He did nothing for it, and was
. paid."
But the phrases sinecure and pension are
,quite too feeble to express the truth in this
-tase. Part of what Mr. Cass received was
-pension, part was sinecure, but part was
peculation. He had no right to one dollar
of -compensation as governor or superinten-
Whept during those 208 days-no right to one

.1l. L I np tlO pi

tilet j/u peole.
A CLINCnER.-If all sense of shame hais Should a candidate fori the Presidency
not left the party referred to in the follow- sn
ing article, he must even bLush at this ex- be pledged to veto any political question ?
posure of his shameless inconsistency: We say note; bnt the Democrats say lie
From the National Intelligencer should. WVhich position is the proper one?
The gentleman, who at the Buffalo Con- This is a grave question, and it is well worth
mention was most prominent, and apparent- a little examrninatlion.
ly most influential, was thile ion. Benjamin A pledge to veto any measure prevents all
F. Butler. Hlie was Chairman of the Corn-
mittee on Resolutions, and he made and legislation on the subject. The niouths of
sustained the report of that committee.- thle peoples' representatives are gagged ; for
Among the resolutions thus reported and what foolish Congress is going 'to consume
adopted by the Convention were the follow- half a session in ihe discussion of a political
"11 Resolved, That we, the people here as- question, when it knows beforehand, that

sembled, remembering thle example of our the time and money of. the iation thus
fathers in the days of the Declaration of In- spent, will be'thrown to the winds by the
dependence, puttlling our trust in God for President. Every measure of Congress
the triumph of our cause, and invoking His which eets with the President's veto, is
guidance in our endeavors to advance it, do
now llant ourselves upon the national plat- so much lime and money lost to the nation,
form of freedom, in opposition to the section- at tile rate of about three thousand dollars
al platformn of slavery, a day. It has become quite-common among
Resolved, That we insckJbe upon our the Democratic members of the House of
banner 'free soil, free speech, free labor,Represetaivesothreaten with the Pres-
and free men,' and under, it will fight oni, Representatives, to threaten with the Pres-
and fight ever, until triumphant victory shall ident's veto, any political measure which
reward our exerlions." does not accord with Democratic views.-
Now, it is but four years ago, that the This is galling to the feelings of any in-
same gentleman, Mr. Butler, officiated int dependent American Representative, and
the same capacity as Chairman of the Corn- American Representative, and
mnittee, &c., at the democratic convention of prompts to a 'feeling of even bloody resis-
1844, and procured the adoption of the tence. It is tyranny of the very worst stamp,
following iresolution: and he who would suffer his propositions
That all efforts of the Abolitionists, or ** 1 1 1 1 ii
1That all efforts of the Abolitionists, or and opinions to be checked, by such threats,
others, to induce Congress to interfere with an fiton obthecedbasl heis
questions o/ slavery, OR TO TAKE INCIPIENT is fit only for the offices of a slave. He is
STEPS in relation thereto, are calculated TO not a freeman. It would be far better for tlhe
LEAD TO THE MOST ALARMING AND DAN- safety of the nation, that Congress should
GEROUS CONSEQUENCES; and that ALL such a independent course, even at the
efforts have an inevitable tendency to dirnin-independet
ish tile happiness of the People, and endan- risk of every measure being vetoed, rather
ger the stability and permanency of the Un- than submit to, or encourage a precedent,
ion, and ought not to be countenanced by any fraght with the most dangerous consequen-
friend of our political institutions." ces to American liberty. Thus it is, in the
Comment upon such tergiversation would
bo superfluous. language, of Gen. Taylor, that "for many
years past, the known opinions and wishes
THE BUFFALO hunt of the Barnburners; 'of the Executive, have exercised undue, and
bids fair to be as exciting and successful as'
that preparing for the Sierra Madre. Old znJ3urous influence upon the legislative de-
Hunker journals, in all part of the Union, apartment of the Government; and for this
are hauling down the Cassflag, and running cause 1 have thought our system was in
tip the Free Soil banner; and from 'appear- danger of undergoing a great change from
ances. the Presidential battle will hbe mainly its true theory." A pledge to veto any
between Van Buren and Taylor. Thenorth-
ern and western democrats give as a reason question, limits the legitimate sphere of le-
for abandoning Cass, that in his principles, gislative action, and if it can be given with
he is like the Irishman's flea--when they propriety upon one question, it can also be
pui their finger on him, he is'nt there. Evi- given upon a hundred others. If a pledge
denily, the Hunkers of both parties are ins given to e South fo r tie sake of Sout-
hot water, from which nothing, but atten- sgve to e oth forthesake ofoth-
tion to the counsels of the independent press, ern votes, may it not be given to the iron
can them.-N. Y. Sun, mien of Pennsylvania, or to the abolitionists

dollar. But to receive three salaries when fjl||IV l |
he did not earn one, and to charge the pub- LIi
lie with the expense of the very services for
wftich he was drawing three salaries, we do APALACICOOLA, SATURDAY, SEPT. 9, 1848.
suppose to be altogether the most impudent .
thing on record. If impudence were cour- ; r The following gentlemen are authorized
age, we should readily believe that General Agents for the COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER,and will
Cass is the hero and fire-eater that his sup- receive and receipt for subscriptions, or advertise-
porters represent. We challenge friends ments- "
andf enemies to produce from republican an- WI- CEVEREsq., Albany, Ga.
,., ,, .-' WM. W,. GCHEEvE., Esq., Albany, Ga.
nais a parallel to this shocking peculation. Maior JACK HtIARDMAN, Eufaula.,Ala.
True it is, that English annals present simi- JAS. J. OLIVER, Tallahassee, Fa.
lar instances of corruption, but they are in-
stances in which corruption has disgraced FOR, PRESIDENT:
and ruined the men who have been guilty of ZACHTARY TAYLOT R.
it. We defy the friends of Mr. Cass to
produce a single instance in the history-of FOR VICE PRESfI)ENT:
any free people, in. which a public man had I IL ELA D F IL L MORE.
been able to hold utip his head, after his con-
viction of the gross offences which we have FOR GOVERNOR:
proved upon Lewis Cass in this and pre- Geil. TIO011AS BROWN.
vious numbers of this journal. In previous FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGURESS:
numbers we have shown, from official docu- -on. E. C. CABELL.
ments, that he received fifteen thousand dol- O. ABb .
lars in 1828, for seven years services that FOR ELECTORS:
had already been paid for front year to year, General JACKSON MORTON,
in pursuance of a settlement which he had Of West Florida.
made in 1821 with Mr. Calhoun. We now Col. A. G. SEMMES, Alternate.
show that lie subsequently received pay and Colonel SAMUEL SPENCER,
rations for 208 days residence in Washing- Of Middle Florida.
ton, in the seitlemnent of his own accounts, GEORGE W. CALL, Jr, Alternate.
and drew at the same time three salaries for colonel JOHN H. McINTOSr ,
lie nominal performance of his duties i Colonel JOHN H. clNTOH,
M ichigan ; for the real performance of which Of East Florida.
lie aif'ierwards, when Secretary of" War, al-
lowed William Wood'bridge fifteen hundred Th i an s Dollar Magazine.
dollars a year. This is an admirable monthly, containing
These things are apparent on thlie face of a great variety of choice reading. It'is full
the documtcis which we published in our of woodcuts illustrative of whatever reading
lthirJ number. What says Mr. McClelland,mtter it contains. Sketches of the char-
of Michigan, to this statement ? Will he te o s Sketches f the char-
undertiake to cuttfe-fish it? We will give acter, and portraits of eminent living men
him just as many columns to answt r it as remarkable for literary attainments, form a
lie may desire. If lie can explain it away, part of its interesting contents. It is so
we give him free access to all the space wve cheap as to"be within the range of every
can command, leavimig room for suitable
commentary. Mr. McClelland may bring body's purse. The money you-expend for
Mr. HBurt to his aid, and Mr. Calhouin, and this Magazine will never be lost, if you
we will publish every word thai any one of read it; but will return you a, proprtioh of
-these gentlemen may write in denial, exten- happiness more lasting than the revelry of a
nation, or palliation of ohr charges, We
allege, in plai language, that in The receilt 'night or the glitter of a dollar.
of two salaries of $11,500 a yeir, for the We have received the Adlress of Mr.
same duties, Lewis Cass was guilty ofpecu-
lation. We say, that in receiving three sala- Yancy, lthe late delegate at large for the
ries for 208 days, for discharging duties State of Alabamna to the Baltimore Con-
which hlie did not, and could not. perform, venlion. It is a neat pamphlet of 78 pages,
and in taxing the Treasury with the pay of and contains an able defence of his course,
a substitute for the performance of the same .
duties, Lewis Cass was guilty of peculation. in opposition to Gen. Cass in the Demno-
We say further, that no mai can with eratie Convention. The Detnocrats would
truth deny what we allege, and that no mania do well to read it."* *
can with decency undertake to palliate it.
We, moreover, add, that if any respectable The Three Cajididates.
man will furnish us with a defence of Lewis The following summing up of the posi-
Cass in these rmalters, denyiqg or extenua- tion of ihe three candidates, on the subject
ting them, we will, with time greatest plea- of slaver, is taken fron the Providence
sure, open our columns to him. We offer f y s ake from he Providence
our columns to the Democratic Congress- Journal, and is copied in Whig and Demno-
ional Committee for this purpose. If you clatic papers. The Chailt-,o.,1" Mrn'riciy''lls
can defend Lewis Catss from our charges, it j.1 ,, aprv;" and the Baltimore
bring along your defence, and we willj 1tb-- A__erican gives it without comment
lish it. Here is a k, '- "r1--M~l-cel-
,latj, tr'cbn bring Mr. Calhoun to SLAVERY-THE THREE CANDIDATES.-
-iaisaid it will be all -the better for him. We Cass is pledged to veto the Wilmot Pro-
will publish any thing either of them may viso.
furnish on the subject of thile 208 days of "Van Buren 'is pledged to veto any legis-
Mr. Cass,or ol hisfifteen thousand dollars laltion upon the subject of slavery, otler
twice paid. than the W\Vilmot Proviso-, unless with the
We believe that the American people will full' consent of the slaveholding States.
never give their suffrages to a man convict- "Taylor is pledged to leave the whole
ed ofpecnl.m ion mnd plunder of their Trea- matter where it belongs, to the people anid
sury. Coarse and dishonest mnen may un- their representatives."
der-estiniate the imnporlance of these lchar- Both North and South, this question of
ges. and tlhe effect they are calculated to slavery seems to be the principal one of the
produce upon the country. Conviction present Presidential canvass, and it would be
under such charges, is death to any public e reen ca it oue
man. Lewis Cass is eonvicltd by the very vell or every American citizen 'to have a
documents produced to defend him--by the clear understanding of it. All parties are wil-
very speeches of his friends-by the silence ling that the positions their respective candi-
of the witnesses who may be called to deny dates have assumed, upon this subject,
our statements, if any denial of them can be should be fairly discussed, and decided by

IBe it Remembered i
That Gen. Cass is opposed to any act of
Congress prohibiting the people of the new
territories from making laws on the subject of


feels safe in l ij .,'- ._;-
.ut t let ms examine the position of Gen.
Taylor. After what hlie has said about the
injurious tendency of the known opinions
and wishes of the Executive," what man of
the least spark of common sense, would ex-
pect him to give any pledge upon this sub-
jaet. In the very face of' this true declara-
tion, you wish him toI perpetuate the folly
of pledges. You wish him to act like a
Judge whlo condef'mis a criminal before he
hears the evidence and argument as to his
guilt. You wish him to decide atn intricate
constitutional question, andl thus make him-
self a vain embodiment of a pro tempore
Supreme Couitt. You wish him to be as
well filed (for the Supreme Bench as for the
Presidency. You wish him to decide with-
out carefuJ investigation or the advantage of
political argument; for no pledge ever ad-
mits of future conviction of error-; and if it
should, yet
"Convince a rmatn against his will,
Hle's of the samnie opinion still."
The Democrats make a creature, a-nd
consider their own work the personification
of political excellence. Nothing is good
that does not come up to their standard of
cringing pledg-es and servile proscription.
This is the beau ideal of the Democratic art,
A slave to feed the ravening wolves-
A King to all besides.
But what does Cass's pledge amount to,
after all? H'e says "Congress has no pow-
er to interfere with slavery in the territo-
ries;" but that the people inhabiting them
have the right to regulate their internal
concerns in their own way. Thus General
'Cass is directly opposed to the restrictive
clause in the Clayton Compromise bill,
which prohibited the peoplee of those terri-
tories from legislating on the subject of
slavery. It is evident, then, that General
Cass, and the great body of Democrats who
voted for the Clayton Comnpromise, have
opposite opinions as to the powet' of" Con-
gress to prohibit legislation. Which of the
two is right? "We pause for a reply."
Cass is pledged to veto any bill in which
Congress shall assume power to prohibit the
people of the new territories front legisla-
ting on the subject of slavery. This being
the case, the Mekican laws on that subject
can never be repealed during the adminis-
tration of Gen. Cass; and of course Cali-
fornia and New Mexico must renuin free
until they are admitted into the Union.
Voters of Florida, think of these things.

It is less trouble to prophesy than to cal-
culate, and therefore the Editor of the Star
turns prophet instead of philosopher, when
he sums up the result of the coming elec-
tion. He. gives no facts upon which to base
his statement ; but only echoes what he has
been taught by others to believe. Please
look into the subject more deeply, Mr. Edi-
tor ; for skimming the surface may indeed
produce some amusement, but no convic-
tion. Show us the reasons why such and
such States are going for Cass, and your
productions may be more acceptable to the
common sense of the public. *

Sof New Hampshire, for the sake of their
votes ? This doctrine of pledges might ex-
tend to almost every question that wild be to agitate the deliberations ofCon-
'gress, during a whole Presidential term.-
And if so, where is the necessity of Repre-
sentatives to Washington? Different sec-
tions of the people have taken the power
from Congress, and the pledges of the Pres-
ident become the laws of th'et-land. This is
an alarming doctrine, that cannot be too
boldly resisted. It is uprooting our repre-
sentative system of government entirely.
The true Southern interest is not a suffi-
cieni inducement to establish a precedent of
pledges, so disastrous in its consequences
upon our constitutional government. Slp
!pose that Cass is elected, and that for five
years the subject of slavery is untouched,
do you suppose that tile free soilmn6vemenl
will be checked? No, it will only have time
to gather with the greater strength; and
five years from this time, you will have a
Northern candidate for thlie Presidency,
pledged to support the fiilmnt-Proviso. The
Souilth will .then'be ii ithe minority. Cali-
fornia antd New Mexico will not have beep
admnitled into the Union, and( what then be-
comes of the pledges of Gen. Cass? The
true policy of the South is to let the ques-
tion come )up as soon as possible, for every
d(ay's 1;i. ,, 'rs strengtlieding' he North, and
weakening the South. The North has 134
Repi-esentatives while the South has only
96; but the North has only 28 Senators,
while the South has 32. Upon the Sena-
tors from Delaware and New Jersey, every
tiling depends in refere'dce to this question.
If, five years from this time, tihe Senators
from those two States vote for the Wilmot
Proviso, a Northern President will be apt-to
be in the White House ready to sign the
bill. Not only this, but as the Northern
voiirng population increases faster than that
of the South, in five years Oregon may
come into the Union. The pledge of Gen.
Cass upon this subject is of no practical
benefit to the'Sout-h. It is an ignis faluus
that leads to bewilder, and dazzles to
blind." Let te WilMnot Proviso come up
now, at the earliest opportunity, and four
Senators will be found barriers to its pas-
sage. The bill could never reach the Pre-
sident, and Cass believing this. jnao-ub-


slavery; while the Soutlern Democrats
were in favor of such an act in the Clayton
Compromise hill. The Southern Demo-
crats knew that if Congress did not forbid
them, the people of the new territories
would immediately pass laws prohibiting
slavery, which laws would be binding when
they became States; but Gen. Cass.knew
this also, and hence his opposition to any
act of Congress restricting the action of the
Territorial Legislatures. Gen. Cass said
that Con-gress-has no right to interfere with
the subject of slavery in the territories; but
the Southern Democrats said that Congress
did have such a right, and therefore they
voted for the clause restricting territorial
legislation 'on this subject in the Clayton
Compromise bill. Judge Mc'Lean, of the
Supreme Bench, says,: The Legislature
of a Territory canrt exercise no power which'is
not conferred on it by the act of Congress."
Congress, then, must give the Territory the
power to legislate on the subject of slavery.
Which is right ; Gen. Cass, 'dr the Souith
ern Denfocrafs'Wvitli Judge McLean to sus-
tain them ? Canr the editor of the Star in-
form us ? *

It will be recollected that, after'the nom-
ination of Mr. Cass for the Presidency, a
committee of Senators escorted him through
New York, on his way home. Thesd gen-
ilemen, viz: Mr. Benton, Gen. Houston,
Mr. Foote, Mr. Bright and Mr. Allen, ever
since, have held themselves forth as, par
excellence, the confidential friends of Gen.
Cass'. In the Senate they have assumed to
speak for him as by authority. All this was
well enough. However, when the question
of the Wilmot Proviso came up, in the Ore-
gon Territorial bill, we find Mr. Benton and
Gen. Houston ithe only two Southern Sen-
ators'voting for it. This was unexpected to
aill, but especially so to Mr. Foote, who was
very severe in his remarks. 'He said he
began to find that he placed a degree of con-
fidence in the supporters of Mr. Cass here,
which the event was not likely toj.uaef"y.-
".He had be.n warned by"th.- Southern friends
kahe- -was trusting too confidingly and go-
ing too far in the support of Mr. Cass, but
he all along told them he was justified in ivhat
he was doing. BUT THE LAST" TWENTY-
OPINION." Several other'Southern Demo-
cratic Senators concurred with Mr. Foote.
Now, we ask, in view of this, and also in
view of the many instances 'of instability
exhibited by Gen. Cass before, does it not
seem like the madness of party Tolly 'to urge
the support of Mr. Cass upon the Southern
people? First, we have the Delegates to
the Baltimore Convention faithfully report-
ing to their Southern constituency that Gen.
Cass is unsound on Southern questions.
Now we have-the acknowledgment of South-
ern Democratic Senators that Gen. Cass
and his friends have deceived then, in re-
gard to Southe.rn 'interests. What more do
the people want? This is not Whig testi-
mony we are producing--it is the verdict
of high names in their own party. The
Lord deliver us from any more "Northern
men with So'uthern principles'."

Be it Remembered,
That the sword story of General Cass is
hereby at an end. John McDonald, of Ross
county, Ohio, the quarter master to McAr-
thur's regiment, testifies that in the terms
of capitulation, when Hull surrendered,'
the officers' side arms, and all private pro-
perty was secured to the owners. No search
was made for private property--NO SWORDS
cles of the treaty were strictly complied
with by the enemy. The sword which Col.
McArthur.carried on the occasion, is now
in the possession of his son; living in Chil-
licothe ; and no double Gen. Cabs's sword is
snugly slowed away in his own house, if
any doubt the truth of the statement here
made, by reference to the files of the War
Department, the original a rti,-les of the
treaty of capitulation will be foan'd ; which
prove that all officers' side arms, and private
arms, and private property were secured to
their owners."
The Dentocrats will please refer to the
history of the capitulation, at the surrender
of Hull's command ; and they will find that
Cass had no motive to break his sword, and
none to contradict the rumor except politi-
cal aspirations.

General Cass,'. white 'Secretary of War,
'censured li-e 'Florida voJuiteers because
they did ndt find a way to cross 'the With-
lachoochee-implh'irig(that they 'ifiiilthave
crossed if they had been 'posse'ssed 'of 'ordi-
nary gallantry. The Florlda volunteers
,might refer 0Ge. 'Cass to the 'fat Athat he
marched up to the 'Canrtl iiige 'Wh' "b
men and found about 30') Cimadihn militia
on (he other side-they fired ia few routias
at each other, and 'Col. Cass sent back to
ask Geu. Hull what he must do. Hull told
him to "do as he pleased," and Col. Cass
returned to camp. Why did not Col. Cass
cross the bridge ?
Some men are awful brave in in office at
Washington-perfect fire-eaters. General
'Cass.woul'd 'have got over the Withlacoo-
chee some how-Gen. ,Cass wmu'ld have pit
all the women 'and children in danger of
slaughter at Monterey-the very Moloch of
war; but why did 1it riot 'cross the bridge?
S-we find the following in the''Chsileston
Palo Alto. Gen. Taylor has nve'r, in amny
of his publications, departed from the atti-
tude of independence which he first o'ccu-
pid. FHe look's 'to GoD and'his country for
his guidance in administration-:not to party
platforms, 'the fabricationss of designing poli-
Letter r6m Geif. Taylbio.
Extract ,of a letter from Ge. rTa')luor to-at
friend in this city: ,
1 never had any aspirations for the Pre-
sidency, nor have I now, farther than the
'wishes of my friends are concerned in the
matter; nor would 1 have it upon any other
terms than 1 stated *Whe-n the subject was
first agitated, which is, chat my al&:'rw1. -----
must be without pledges "o'r being traimmel-
.ed in any way, so that I could be the Presi-
dent df the whole Nlation and not of a Party'.
"I have accepted the nomination, of the
Philadelphia Convention, as well as the no-
mination of many 'pri'iUary ,..r-,iii'ii.- gotl-en
up int various sections of the Union, in some
instances irrespective of party : anld would
have accepted the noliiiu iliiin of the Balti-
mnore Convention, 'had oit been tendered on
the same terms. I am now fully, if not fairly,
before the country as a candidate for the
Chief Magistracy; and if it should be my
good or bad fortune to be .lec'ted,, I. trnst
my course will be such for the most "part, as
regards the management of our" national af-
fairs, as will meet the a'ppobation of my
fellow-eitizens. Should they fail to do so,
they will, I flatter myself, have the charity
to attribute my errors to the head and not
to the heart.
S"Very respectfully, your friend.

When Mr. Lowndes was tendered the
nomination as President, his reply was that
it was an office not to be sought or to be de-
clin'ed." 'General Jackson, in reply to 'a
communication from Pennsylvania on the
same subject, repeated the same noble sen- .
timent. In those days, to cnvass for the
Presidency was considered debasing the of-
fice. The candidates were designated by
the people. No one was ever required td.
furnish At platform, but the known ability,
service's, and patriolis'mn of the individual,
were the only pledge's exacted.
Polk Electors out for Traylor'
The Pittsburg Ameri'canit a ,etkiIat Judge
Myers, of Clarion county, a gentleman of
considerable influence in that section of the
Slate, heretofore a prominent politician inr
the Democratic ranks, a Polk elector 'id
1844, has left the party, anid openly advo-
cates the election of Gen. Taylor: There
are many others in that part of the State 6
who have left the party and ralLy under the
banner of Taylor and Fillhibr'e:
John tfc. CalhounS
This gentleman is said to have uttered the
following wholesome admonition to South-'
ern men during his recent visit to Charles-
"Remember," said, that distinguished
statesman," remember THAT THE MAN WHdO

Gen. Cass did not make the whole of hig
immense fortune in speculations or in extra
charges against the government. The New
Haven Palladium says that he drove an ee.t'
cellent trade in distilling whiskey,- which i.
is said realized some thirty dollars a' gallon
when sold to the poor Indians.

The testimony of McDonald is given in a
letter from him to Gen. Joh0 L Taylor,
member of Congress from Ohio, and pub-,
lished in the Battery." *

A YANKEE has invented a new kind of
nail, warranted to fasten political lies to the
counter perfectly secure. It wiil be im-
posible to manufacture enough to answer
the demand.
We recommend our Whig friends in this
State, by ill means, to procure a few pounds.
Star of the West.
Who has them for sale? Where can
we procure them ? If we only knew, mon-
ey would be no object in the cause of truth;
and we should have at least three Demo-
cratic papers neatly fastened on the counter
immediately, if not sooner, viz : the Flori-
dian, the Southern Journal, and perhaps the
Star of the West. *

We are amused with the character of the
charges made against Gen. Taylor in Ohio
and Indiana. Indeed they prove only that
he has served his country long-been in
most responsible positions, and had to do
with all sorts of men, and yet we find his
opponents driven to the most silly and ridic-
ulous matters of censure. In Ohio, a fell
low named Joseph" Bennet, who it seems
was a volunteer, certifies that Gen. Taylor
cursed him and others as a set of chicken
thieves, in Mexico. He says he took chick-
ens, but did not steal them. The Union,
and other prints of that stripe, give a his-
tory, in their columns, of Joe's grievance.
It seems that Joe had better have kept dark
on the matter and not attracted so much no-
toriety for his own sake, because it has been
discovered from the records of a court in
Ohio, bthAt the much abused Joe had been.
taken p7 for hog stealing just before h'
left for ihe wars." Then, here is tre-
mendfous indignation in Indiana because
Geno.Taylor, in his despatches, stated that
partof the Indiana Regimen* fled at Buena
Visia-as if Gen. Taylor could help that.
That they did run is a serious, melancholy
fact. 'Tis true and pity 'tis 'tis true.

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Sarsaparilla, and are very glad we did, for it
-only restored her strength, but she has had no
'turn of the Fits, to our great pleasure and si
prise. She is fast becoming rugged and hear
f'ror which we feel grateful.
Yours, respectfully,
Female Medicine.
Dr. Town'send's Sarsaparilla is a sovereign a
"speedy cure for Incipient Consumption, Barr
ness, Prolapsus Uteria, or Falling of the Won
Costiveness, Piles, Leucorrhcea, or Whites, (
structed or difficult Menstruation. Incontiner
-of Urine, or involuntary discharge thereof, a
Sfor the general prostration of the system-














institution of the State of Flo-

1~I C--CL-Ula~F

matter whether the result of inherent cause or
causes produced by irregularity, illness or acci-
dent. Nothing can be more surprising than its
invigorating effiets on the human frame. Per-
sons all weakness aad lassitude, from taking it,
at once become robust and full of energy under
its influence. It immediately counteracts the
nervelessness of the female frame, which is the
great cause of Barrenness. It will not be ex-
pected of us, in cases of so delicate a nature, to
exhibit certificates of cures performed but we
can assure the afflicted, that hundreds of cases
have been reported to us. Thousands of cases
where families have been without children, after
using a few bottles of this invaluable medicine,
have been blessed with fine, healthy offspring.
To Mothers and Miarried Ladies.
This Extract of Sarsaparilla has been expressly
prepared in reference to female complaints. No
female who has reason to suppose she is approach-
ing that critical period, The turn of life,"
should neglect to take it, as it is a certain pre-
ventative for any of the numerous and horrible
diseases to which females are subject at this time
of life. This period may be delayed Jbfor several
years by using this medicine. Nor is it less val-
uable for those who are approaching womanhood,
as it is calculated to assist nature, by quickening
the blood and invigorating the system. Indeed,
this medicine is invaluable for all the delicate
diseases to which women are subject.
It braces the whole system, renews permanent-
ly the natural energies, by removing the impuri-
ties of the body, not so far stimulating as to pro-
duce subsequent relaxation, which is the case of
most medicines taken for female weakness and
disease. By using a few bottles of this medicine,
many severe and painful surgical operations may
be prevented.
Great Blessing to Mothers and
It is the safest and most effectual medicine for
purifying the system, and relieving the sufferings
attendant upon child-birth ever discovered. It
strengthens both the mother and child, prevents
pain and disease, increases and enriches the food,
those who have used it think it is indispensable.
It is highly useful both before and after confine-
ment, as it prevents diseases attendant upon
childbirth-in Costiveness, Piles, Cramps, Swell-
ing of the Feet, Despondency, Heartburn, Vom-
iting, Pain in the Back and Loins, False Pains
Hemorrhage, and in regulating the secretions and
equalizing the circulation it has no equal. The
great beauty of this medicine is, it is always safe
and the most delicate use it most successfully
very few cases require any other medicine, ir
some a little Castor Oil, or Magnesia, is useful
Exercise in the open air, and light food with this
medicine, will always ensure a safe and easy con
Notice to the Ladies.
Those that imitate Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla
' have invariably called their stuff a great Remedh
for Females, &c. &c., and have copied our billE
and circulars which relates to the complaints o
women, word for word-other men who put ut
medicine, have, since the great success of Dr
I Townsend's Sarsaparilla in complaints incident t(
a females, recommended theirs, although previous
t ly they did not. .A number of these Mixtures
t Pills, &c., are injurious to females, as they aggre
I vate disease, and undermine the constitution.
r Scrofula Cured.
S This certificate conclusively proves that thi
1 Sarsaparilla. has perfect control over the most ob
' stinate diseases of the Blood. Three person
cured in one house is unprecedented.
Three Children -
Dr Tow1,Q4aA. a'1 ave the pleasure
._.-,-rinfterayou that three of my children hav
d been cured of the Sciofula by the use of your ex
cellent medicine. They were afflicted very se
c verely with bad Sores : have taken only four bot
v ties; it took them away, for which I feel mysel
* under great obligation.
S Yours, respectfully,
I ISAAC W. CRAIN, 106 Wooster-t.
S Opinions of Physicians.
Di. Townsend is almost daily receiving order
.- from Physicians in different parts of the Union.
This is to certify that we, the undersigned
SPhysicians of the City of Albany, have in numet
d ous cases prescribed Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilhl
d and believe it to be one of the most valuable pre
e parations in the market.
, H. P PULING, M. D.
at -. WILSON, M. D.
SAlbany, April 1, 1847.
Owing to the great success and immense sal
i of Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla, a number of me
le who were formerly our Agents, have commence
'e making Sarsaprilla Extracts, Elixirs, Bitters, EN
:e tracts of Yellow Dock, &c. They generally pu
it up in the same shaped bottles, and some
S them have stole and copied our advertisement
1V they are only worthless imitations., and should I
t, avoided. *
e- Principal Office, 126 FULTON Street, St
st Building, N. Y.; Redding & Co., 8 State street
ry Boston; Dyott & Sons, 132 North Second street
i, Philadelphia; S. S. Hance, Druggist, Baltimor
i- P. M. Cohen, Charleston; Wright & Co., li
>d Charters street, N. 0.; 105 South Pearl street
re Albany; and by all the principal Druggists a
ry Merchants generally throughout the United Stat
ke West Indies and the Canadas.
k For sale wholesale and retail by
ly H. F. ABELL,
ad May 25, 1848. 19-ly Apalnchicola.
if AND
se Agricultural Advocate.
A weekly paper to be published in Quincy, E

d THE proprietor of the QuiNcY TIMEs, und
. the repeated solicitations of his patrons, who
es mostly comprised among the friends of Tempt
wo arree, Agrichlture, and other industrial intere:
'e of Society, has determined to devote his Jourr
more exclusively to the objects indicated by t
new title he has assumed.
en The Editor has consented to make this chan
od not so much with the expectation of pecunir









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d in

T HE late firm of J. Stevenson &Co. having
been dissolved by the decease of Joshua
Stevenson, all those indebted to the said firm are
requested to make payment, and those having
claims to present the same.
The stock of goods on hand are offered for sale
at low prices for cash only.,.
Surviving paitndr J. Stevenson & Co.
Apalachicola, May 25, 1848. 19-tf


SIX months after date, I will apply to the
I-on. Judge of Probates for Franklin County,
for a final discharge from the administration of
the estate of Henry Beal, late of said county, de-
ceased. JAMES GIPz',N, Adm'r.
Aptachicola, April 13, 1848. 13-6m
Provisions .....
7/fl BPL A WI' N!-. ..I-o.7rinmePork;
I i "i ,mli l', I": i cask Rice;
5 superior old Reserve Whiskey;
2 very choice Hams;
Now landing per schr Louisa Sears, and for'
sale by E McCULLY,
March 16 50 Water st.
DRAFTS on New York, Boston, Providence,
J Philadelphia and Baltimore, bought; and
Sight Checks on New York sold by
Agents Bank of Brunswick,
Dec 30 41 Water street.

B rushes.

B rushes.
[ AIR, Hat, Clothes, Teeth,Nail and Shaving
SBrushes, for sale by
Feb 24 H F ABELL.

25 BBLS superior Muscovado, for sale by
25 Mch 16 E McCULLY, 50 Water st.
School Books,
FOR sale by
SFeb 17 H F ABELL.

Cuba Tobacco Seed.
5 LBS Trbacco Seed, from the most celebrated
plantatioes of the Vuelta Abajo, just received
from Havana, for sale by
Mch 16 E MeCULLY, 50 Water st.

8 JARS'very superior Spanish Olives, for sale
by 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 C ALLEN.

Aromatic Bitteris.
D R. BLAKE'S Aromatic Bitters, just received
and for sale by
April 13 J C ALLEN.

Seidlitz Powders.
SGRASS Seidlitz Powders that are fresh, just
received and for sale by
April 13 J C ALLEN.

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

Letter Paper.
1 REAMS fine Letter Paper, just received
S and for sale by
April 13 J C ALLEN.

SHEETINGS, Shirtings and Prints, by the
bale and case, low for cash, by
Dec 9. Gor. Water and Chestnut sts.

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

Of BBLS Champagne, for sale by
O5 Dec 30 B ELLISON Co.
N 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 may become united
with them for the purpose, by the name and style
of the Bank of Commerce"-said incorporation
to possess, banking powers and privileges, and its
capital stock to consist of not more than $250,000.
May 4 16-tf
Wood Ware, &c.
BARREL Covers, Painted Pails, Tubs, Flour
Pails, Measures, Trays, Axhelves, Buckets,
Brooms, &c. &c. for sale by
Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.

Saddlery, &c.
SADDLES, of various patterns and qualities,
Bridles, curb and Snaffle bits,
Saddle Bags,
Martingales and Whips, for sale by
Dec 30 41 Water. street.


Hardware, Ship Chandlery, &c
T HE Subscribers have on hand for sale-
LOCKS, assorted, Butts, Screws, Hingi
Handsaws, Millsaws, Crosscut do, Plane
Compasses, Augers, Gimblets; Chisels, Bra
and Bitts,Rulps, Bevel", Squares, Broadaxe
Ship do, Collins' do, Adze, Hatchets, Har
mers, ,'i It..-" Hangings, Blind do,Steelyardn
Counter Scales, .Platform do, Cotton c
Kitcnen Ware, Table Cutlery, Shovel a
Tnno-. Fire Irons, &c.
BLA(C"K;MITHS' Bellows, Anvils, Sledgo
Hammers, Vices, Screwplates, Stoeks a
Dies, Tongs, Files, Rasps, &c.
IRON-Sweeds, English and American, assorted
round,flat and square, Band,Hoop, Sheet a
Boiler Iron, Railroad, Spike do, Horsesh
Iron and Nails, Cast, English, Blister a
German Steel.
PLOITGHS-Single and Double Cornshelle
Cornmrills, Logchains, Trace do, Ox
Shovels and Spades, Weeding Hoes, Gardi
Laue and Grubbing Hoes.
CORDAGE-Manilla and Hemp, assorted, Pitt
Tar, Rosin, Coal Tar, Bright Varnish, Hani
spikes, Blocks, Oars, &c. .
CASTINGS-Sugar Kettles, Mills and Ca
drons, Bakeovens, Spiders, Pots, Enamel
Kettles, Tea Kettles, &c.
TINWARE-A full assortment.
Wholesale or retail.
Apalachicola, Jan. 20, 1848.
Iron, Nails, &c.
0 TONS Swede'Iron, assorted sizes;
100 kegs Nails, do.
4 casks Weeding Hoes, assorted qualities*
20 Blacksmith Steel Faced Anvils;
20 English and American Vises
20 Bellows;
12 dozen Spades and Shovels;
10 Collins' Axes;
10 bxs Cotton and Woolen Cards;
1 case Rowland's Cast Steel Mill Saws;
1000 lbs Cast and German Steel, for sale by
Dec 30 41 Water street
5HHDS St. Croix Sugar;
15 do New Orleans Sugar;
20 bbls St Croix "
5 bxs Stewart's Loaf "
10 bbls ground "
100 sacks Rio Coffee; 50 do Java,
40 bxs Aromatic Tobacco;
50 Mnft'd do.-;
20 Sperm Candles; 50bxs brownS(
100 bags Shot; 50 kegs Powder;
1000 lbs Lead;
200 kegs White Lead, No. 1, Extra and Pu
For sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO.
Dec 30 41 Water street

School Books.
SCHOOL BOOKS, of all kinds, just te'c'd b
Nov 11 J. C. ALLEN
Panacea. '"
SWAIM & HOUCK'S Panacea, just recei
and for sale by

Hi TJLL'S superior single and double Trus
for sale by
Feb 17 H F ABELI

COTCH and Macaboy, in bottles and b
ders, just received and for sale by *
Feb 17 H F ABEL]
BOOTS, Shoes and Brogans, by thecase;
Women's Shoes and Buskins;
Men's, Boys and Youth's Brogans;
c c fine sew'd Brog
Men's pegged Boots;
fine sewed Boots;
Russet Brogans. For sale by
Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut st
Dry Goods.
DRILLINGS, Tickings, Cotton Osnabu
Linseys, Kerseys, Jeans, Flannels, B
kets, Tweeds, Shirtings, Sheetings, Che
Ginghams, Calicoes, Delanes, Hosiery, &c.
For sale by B. ELLISON & CO.
Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut st


Proposed and agreed to by the third General
Assembly: subject to the action of the next
General .Assemnbly.

AN ACT to amend the 12th Clause of the 5th
Article of the Constitution of this State, so that
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 Representatives of the State of Flo-
rida in General Assembly convened, That the
12th Clause of the 5th Artidle of the Constitution
of this State beso amended as to read as follows,
viz: That at the expiration of the present term
of office of the Judges of the CircuitCourts, 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
sooner removed tnder the provisions made in this
Constitution for the removal of Judges by address
or impeachment; and for wilful neglect of duty,
or other reasonable cause, which shall not be
sufficient ground for impeachment, the Governor
shall remove any of them, on'the adlir,'r> of tvvo
thirds of the General Assembly; Provided how-
eter, That the cause or causes shall be stated at
length in such address and entered on the Jour-
nials 'of each House. And Provided further,
That the cause or causes shall be notified to the
Judge so intended to be removed, and hlie shall
be w'h.,,i;t.i to a hearing in his own defence, be-
i fore ariyvdtefor such removal shall pass: and in
such cases the vote shall be taken by yeas and
nays and entered on the Journals of each House
: respectively.
SSEC. 2. Be itfurther enacted, That the Judge's
First appointed under this amended Constitution,
shall be divided by 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 four years the'third for 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 ot
SRepresentatives,by the Constitutional majority,
January 6, 1848.]
All Florida papers will publish, provided not
E more than $20 is charged.
I April Q7, 1848, 15-6m.

'" Mess and Prnie Pork, Mackere~l. Shad, Salmon, ,
Herring, Sounds and Tongues, Cod.Fish Tongues, The Indians' Elixir,
y Pepper, Spices, Catsups, Pepper Sauce, Olives, A CERTAIN remedy for chill and fever, for'
S Capers, Pickles, Soap, Starch, Tobacco, Navy A sale by
Bread, Pilot do, Crackers, Vinegar, Dried Fruits, Feb 3 J C ALLEN.
Beans, Salt, Raisens, Macaroni. Vermacelli, Ar-
ived row Root, Corn, Oas Buckwheat, Mustard, Rice. OALAD OIL, just re'eeivedand for sale by"
For sale by B. ELLISON & CO. S I Apr 1 17 H. F. ABELL .
Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts. P .l."
'" cets Piles. r -
PRING and Lancets. TITCHETT'S celebrated Spanish Specific, for',. ,
,se PRNG- and Thumb Lancets, just received _.. l b [Feb 24] H F ABEEL. i
sses, anDaej.'sale by [Feb 24] H F .XBEEL.
S and for sale by 1
The Protection Insurance Co. of BITTERS. jut received and for sle by
The Protection Iwnsrance, Co. of NovQ 1 .J. C. ALLEN,.-
la-New Jersey.
lad- HE subscriber being appointed by the above Taneers' Oil,
1Company their agent for this city, is now OR sale by I .
S prepared to take Fire and Marine Risks. F De 30 B ELLTSON & Cot -
May 11, 1848. THOS. L. MITCHEL. Guava Jellies.
Tax Collector's Notice. 1N different sized bo'es, just received I'rom Ha-"
I vana, and for sale by I ... "I
pAX payers are hereby notified that all taxes ,and or sale McC'LLY.
ans; 1 due the city must be paid by the time pre- D- 3 McCLLY
scribed by the ordinance passed by the City Groceries.
Council, if not the law will be strictly enforced. BBLS WVi -key; 10 bblis Molasses;
JAS. F. FARRIOR, .29 l1 tierce Rice, iust rec'd and for sale by
City Tax Collector. JanJ6 E. "McCULLY, .t- Water stf.-.
s. Mr. EDWARD MeCULLY is my authorized
agent for the collection of Taxes during my ab- Genesee Flour, Goshen Butter,
urgs, sence from the State. J. F. FARRIOR. AND a superior article o CHEESE, t. ,r sale
lan- May 18, 1848. A by E. McCULLY,"
'cks, Dr. Woodruff's Woi'n Specific, Nov 11 50 Wa'er st.
&c SAFE and efficient remedy for worms, tor n Sn l
A Ssale by ICOTCH Snuff, in bladder, foi sale by :
ts. Feb3 J. C ALLEN. J July 15 K.F. ABELL. .


Franklin Circuit Court.
John W. Rinaldi, Compl't, 1
vs. In Chancery
Daniel Smith and Lucy Ann In Chancery.
his wife, Resp'ts J
UTPONreading 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. GEORGES. HAWKINS, Judge, &c.
April 24th, 1848.
A true copy. WM. VALLIAU, Clk.
May 4 16-4m
At Chambers,



eLgal "Notics.

me gain, as with the desire of exerting a salute
nt moral influence throughout our growing Sta
Sin regard to subjects which he holds, of all ot
ers. to be of paramount importance.
The cause of Temperance; the interest
Agriculture; and home industry, in all its re
tions and varieties-will be the objects to whi
)a- the attention of the paper will be principally
-d- rected; and as connected with these interest
ng and as bearing upon them, and as influence
in them, a review of foreign and domestic market
will not be overlooked.
The importance of the objects and the
irl which a well conducted newspaper could aff(
ars them, are questions which could not be fully
ing cussed in a paper of this sort; but it will be o
we purpose to explain and enforce them in artic
for original and selected which may appear in
ry columns.
our The Editor of the TEMPERANCE ADvocA
not will not in any degree interfere with party p(
re- tics. The events of the day, the passing occ
ur- rences of the week, he will notice with as mu
ty, truth and impartiality, as the nature of the c,
will admit. He believes himself to be free fr
all party bias, and he will endeavor thus to p
serve the columns of his paper.
The Editor proposed to enlarge very consid
ind ably his paper from its present size, and to ma
en- other improvements, should the patronage offer
nb, authorize it.
)b- Terms of Subseription.-Two dollars per
ice num in advance, or three dollars if not paid
ind advance.
no Quincy, Fa., May 27, 1848.




John M. Carnochan, Plaintiff,"
George K. Walker and Mary
his wife, of the State of
Florida, James E. Bettnier Bill for account
and Ann his wife, of the and partition.
State of New York, and
Jane McMasters, of the
State of South Carolina,
Defendants. J
T PON afidavit of6' Complainant's Solicitomi that
U the Defendants mentioned in said Bill do
not reside within this Circuit, but within the
United States: It is ordered that notice of the
mn'stitutlion of this suit, and the filing of the
amended Bill, be given in some newspaper pub-
lished in the Cirdicit, for the space of four
months, and if, upon die proot of the appearance
of said notice in some newspaper so published
for the time mentioned, the said defendants di
not appear to said bill by tie next rule day,whicl
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 confessed
against them.
GEO. S. HAWKINS, Judge, &c.
Compi'ts Sodlici!ors.
A True Copy. WM. VALLEAU,
Dec 30. 50-4m i Clerk.

Fifanklin Circuit Court.
AT CHAMBERS, December Term, 1848.
Catston Allars, )
vs. sBill for Divdrce.
Susannah Allars. )
IT appearing to'the Court, by affidavit filed i
Sthe above cause, that Susannah Allars, the de
,1n.ii N therein, resides out ofthe State but with
in the United Stats, to wit, in the State of Ne"
York: It is ordered that notice be published
the Commercial Advertiser (a newspaper printed
in said district) once a week for the space of fou
months, requiring said defendant to appear an
answer the bill ot complaint filed in said cause
at or before the expiration of said period, othe
wise the matters and things therein charged wi
be taken for confessed against her.
of t. '* ,=,errn C'iu ut of Fa.
t:'2.!- .. r(- :
r'?.M VALLEAt, Clerk.
Apalachscola, July 22, 1848. 27-4m






I -

rT HE subscribers offer for sale a large and sea- Drugs, qMedicines, Paints, 4i!s, '
sonable stock of Dry Goods, consisting in Dye-Stuffs, Perfumery, &c. ,. 2
part of THE undersigned returns his thanl4
Negro Kerseys and Linseys, t to his friends and the public for theta
White and Red Flannels, liberal patronage, and begs toinform
Bangups and Tweeds, that he is now receiving an addition- .
Super plain black and fancy Casameres, al supply, which added to his former -
Super English and French Cloths, stock, reitdrs his assortment unusually large
Whitney Blankets, 10, 11 and 12qrs and complete. English, French, Germar. and
Duffil Blankets, 8, 9 and 10 qrs. American 'Drugs; Cosmetics; Perfumery; Glass
Marseilles Quilts, 9, 10, 11 and 1"2 qrs, and Druggists Glass ware, &c., &c., are"offeree'
Denims, Kremlinis and Cottonades, to Physicians, Country Merchants and others"o .
Brown Shirting and Sheeting, 'the most libetal terms-all of which he warrants
Cotton Osnaburgs, pure and unadulterated.
Cotton Drilling and Ticking,. H. F. ABELL, _.2
Linen and Cotton Checks, Wholesaleand Retail Druggist,
Irish Linen, Shirting and Sheeting, .. 45 Water street.
Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting, Apalachicola, Nov. 21, 1846.
English, French and American Prints,
Extra super, plain and twilled Ginghams, -Drugs and Medicines.
9THE subscriber has, and wi.l

Super Caslimere d'Ecosse, |'000L and .. W
Extra super Muslin hm e Lare, constantly hai-eon hand;a 'complete _
Extra super Muslin de Laine, as9 sortment ^ of15US nuM
English, Scotch and American do. assortment Ohf DRUGS and MUED
Super Italian black and figured Silks, CINES, which he'll warrant pure
BlackSu iabl aka dfiguredSilkds, and of the best quality. Country
Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs, Merchants and 'Planters will find it
Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs, adn^ ST r
SprEnglish and Am ger SilkHkfs, ,to their advantage to call, examine and price his
English anld American Cotton Hkfs, G before purchasing elsewliere.
Goods, before purchl'asing else'whtere.,
Madras and Verona head Hkfs, N.B. ii n's lrsaripfi6is put up with
Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose, N. Bn a c a any pro t up whih
Super Satin, Marseilles & Worsted Vestig, care and accuracy at any hour of the day or night,
Cotton and Flax Thread,."
Plain and fig'd Swiss and checked Muslins, March 21 Cor. Centre and Commerce sts..-
Jaconet and Cambric Muslins, Underwood & Caigh",
Needles, Pins, Tape, &c. &c ,
Which have been selected with g,-i- rai. in AiA a) .
New York and Boston, from Importers andAgents RESPECTFULLY offert heir ser-"
of Manufacturers, at tle lowest market rates, and vices to the citizens of Apalachi.
r are now offered at wholesale or; etail on favorable cola, and the county of Franklin
Storms by WM. G. PORTER & Co. generally, in the line of tehir pro-
Dec. 30, 1847. 41 Water street. fession. Having monthly com-
munication with the principal
SA CARD. Northern cities, they will be ena-
h HE Subscribers take this method of inform- bled to ftirnish their patrons at all
n1o ing the citizens of Apalachicola and its vi- times with the NEWEST AD LA-
Scinity, that they have now on hand a very neat TEST PLATES OF FASHION, receiv-
d and wellselected Stock of GOODS, which will be ed monthly, showing at a view the most Fashion-
* old low, consisting in part as follows: able Styles of Dress, which will be a decided
Cloths and Cassimeres, various styles, advantage to a fashionable community. .
Fancy Prints, do. do. 'N. B. Gentlemens' Morning Gowns and Eve-
Alapaca Lustre; do.-Figaredn, ning Wrappers made to order; Cloaks "f'erIy
Silks, Frode Ryne, description made in the usual forms of the'day-;
do. Montella Walking and Riding Gaitdrs made in a superior
do. Satin Striped manner; Tunic Dresses and Bio' Clothes of
Fancy Caslihmere Robes every description made in a neat and fashionable '
do. Merino do. style. All garments made at'this establishment
do. Delaine do. warranted tofit.
Muslins, India Book 05- Shop, Second Story. Baltzell's Buildigi.
do. Swiss, Luce and Colored Entrance on Chesdtnut street.' g
Edgings, Lisle, Cap and Thread October 14, 1847. 39-6m
n Shawls, Damask Silk O{ A plate of Fall and Winter Fashions just
e- do. Marino, received.
h- do. Plaid Wool
w Kid, Lace and Silk Gloves X. SPENCE,
in Tuskan Gipsey Bonnets, latest fashion WATCH AND CLOCK MAKER, -
ed Ribbons in all varieties Second Story Baltzell's Build-ngs:
Brown Shirting, 7-8, 4-4 and 3-4 (Entrance on Chestnut-sl )"
id Bleached do. 7-8, 5-4, 4-4, 10-4 and 11-4 (Entrance on Chestnut-,IF -

Clothing o all kinds. 8-4owlin Saloon and Billliard
e Also, a neat assortment of JEWELRY, and Je'elry'carefoom.ll
r articles t nueous to tio. HE proprietor of the Athenum Bowline g1
ill Callrpet Bags b f .as sed eve end to m

De 3 M. N. SCOTT i & BROTHER, the establishment an agreeable place of rpeis4
Hatsand Cor. Water and Centre s. thankful that an eve dis Ua M
B--000ot1ih-l Shoe's ATHEN.A~

ClB. E ison & Co., Cor. ater and wligberSal oon and BilHr apciairdn

'Chietstrnut sts. of his desire to plea^-. Hc- will alwasJ keep3 ^ :
Also, a neat assortment of JE ELRY, and a Irtment o Liquors, and
many other articles too numerous to mention. e HE propriet or o tckle Athen paum Bes ofw: 01
Call and examine for yourselves. ofalost fastus sons; ande oysters,.

SHambroline, Wormline, ManRline, Spun- Ocland deoSus, f eesro teinatimban

to do Linsee d, awdo Bild do Sprts Tu oraPleasant commingling of exercise an
penne Paints, Window Glass, Putty, White establishment-utie cum dulagreeab-tlhere is noth

ndLead, lRed do, Yellowv Ochne, Chromne Green, within the circle of gymnastics to compare wfl^
Emerald doe Impe23 Co. WateChrome Yellow, Ver- a gime of te-pins; but those preferring les
es, digis, Lith-irase, Sulphur riht Varnish, Copal actiprove amusements can always ake a Ae
nd do, Tar, Rosin, Pitch, Turpentine, oal, Paint Come one-aoreae ali."on

Brushes, V arnish do-, Tar do, Scrub do-. Clamp do, JO"I B.iTi JONES.TT
d Lamp Blk, alk. Whiting, Russia Dck Eng A lachicolahis d esire to plec 1 al -
ne lish do, Cotto heAN s Light d hoice assortment of, Liquors, and t
icee PCADEY beverages, of a'sort to tickle thbepaae o01

e ANWhite, BlueLA and Red Bunting, Nails, Copper do, Apaalachic usa Eo h,0ange.
M d o Tacks, Ship Spikes, Boat done, Bradsline, Spun-crews TH usie f rm hi n ie s

Jack Screws Anchors; Handspikes, Captain er n i r
Bars, Oars, Blocks, Shives, Jib Hanks, Hand *ff and the public in g.-nendl. (l'i,Ei lie 1,uj. be..
ds, yarPumps, Deck Buckets,rn Oil, Fallr do, DeckW Brooms, Olive ome the Proprsettr ,il i eLve wel an
1,do, Linseed do, Raw do, Boiled do, Spirits Tur-Foaplsntcmigng f xrien

o, Corn doP Cauking Mallets, Sarving do, PutAxest, AxWhite known house, and will be pleased to here irnotahl

an, Helves, Hooks and Thimblebs, Box Hooks, Bale do, any of the travelling comhi'iinitv that may favon
Can do. Cotton do, Yellow Ochre, Chrome Caking himreen within their custom, astd wi alsto accompare wto
Emerald do, Tomperialdo, Chrome Yellow, Ver-1 a game of ten-pinis; but those, preferring les']

es, digris, Makig Irons Marline Spikes, Ship Scpra- date resident boarders; The bar will always b
d do, Tar, Rosing Dippers, Cook's Ladles, Torme, Paintor, pComeone--d with gmea liqo r. o. t c oes

l-Divid-ers, Compasses, SaiJ Needles, -Sail-Twine, qual1"3 lhgnnelqosftecoi t
BruSeine dohes, arSewinish do, Tar dolms, ScRigginub doLni. Clamp do, JOHN PATRIDGE.
ed, Lamp BlP-k, Chalk, Whiting, Ri-s-sia Duck, Eng- JONEScl, Dc 0,]4. 0.t"

ul.d Pumpish do, SICotton do.- H eavy Ravens do, Light do, Apalachicola, Nov. 14, 1847.
16eWhite, Blue and Red Bunting, Nails, Copper do, Apalaefhieola Ex'hang-.

led ATgurs, Planes, Handsaws, Gimblets, Handsaw
ind Jack Screws, Anchors-, Handspikes, Capstain _0 THE subscriber informs his friends

BarFiles, a lo S rsa, a lb Hanks, HrotCupboard Locks, Military, Fire Caps, ha Id, Fire.
.?rs, Pumps, Deck Bucke ts;.C.edar do, IReck. Dreams, -cOme the Propriet,,ro,,! ohzs at,,:.e wl

Stock do, Hooks and Staples, Sarvingesdo, Padlockxes, Axe known house, and will be pleased toer.i
en, HelvWood Saws, Peooks andant Haulyards, Hand Lines, d a ENRY T. GRATAy.le tri-,-..iitue, o mayru-
Deep SeCan do. Cotton do, FishBoat do, Fish do, Caulking his fracture at h .1om, and. will also accoi -
ch Irons, Making Irons, Marline Spikes, Ship Scra- date resident boarders: The bar will always be

Se pers, Bung Diopers, CBarodok's Ladles, LaTormentors, NewsuppedYork, wthe fgenuinelir 'le: ili'r ,
Chalk i nes, Pitch Pots, Log BookNeedles, Cargo do, iltwinet, Ds o tl
Belayine do, Sewin Waredo, pas, RiggiCarpenter's gsoy -a n B cJOHN PATRIDGE."' ".
Pump dTools, Sampson Posts, &c., HatchetChisels. Knapsacks, Priming Wires, Scabbard, dil
Agirs, Planschicola, Handsaws, Gimblets, HanHolsters, Bdles Gun Cases, Fire C",

AMERICA Bear Skini Caps, &c. &c. ,*
Files, Rat Tail doMilitary and Fire Companies abu forming, or
eStockdo, Hooks and TwiStaples inge Padlocksurin, contemplate changing tleir nifors, panbe
Wood S aws, Pe ndantHaulyar, Hand Linesupplied with Pattern .ACaps, by addressing thrn
Deep Seado Lqg do, Fish do, and Leads, Deep a t thure sa t h! oticed. on the most reason-

12! COMMERCIAL-STREET, able terms. Mayv4, li-6t.
(UpSea do, leet do, Bardo, Funnels, Lanthorns, New YorkteM i ,

Manufacturers and Dealers in Bryan's Patent Coffee.
TwChalk ine Stands,Pitch Pots, Log Books, Cargof and o s B and B. rd.';.

Bundle Twines, McCarty's Cotton Herring Twine, 1') '.1Coffee, for sale low b^
Cotton Seine Twine, Tanned and Untanned, Flax Dec 4 E McCULLY.
B Herrlaying Twine, TinHawser and Shroud-lckery, Carpenter's For Sale
Tooerel Lines; HerringPosts, c.,Pohagan Shad, Bass, and BBLS Hay, now landing from ship Floi-i

Dip Nets. Government Seines with Bags; Cod, t l s ,dian. Apply to .
Herring, Mackerel, Shad, and Menhaden Seines, Dec 23 NOUnRSE, STONE & Co( fl',
&c* S C &c. .c. r > -
; B. J'ets and Seines knit to order at short L o an a r f nrnp.
notice. B. ELLISON & Co., Agents, IB RAY'S superior Lemon syrup,-just received
Octobr14 47. 39tf Apalachicola e and foresale by h' rtnf rs n
Ocoe 14 Fleb 17 H- F A BELL.
Groceries and Ship Stores. ._--*:*
)ap; O COFFEE, Java do, Western Prod bucC a. .
der. Mlases Whske" es an Prme beef Dec th9. s Watier and Che mstnu ras.n-

ML ua Northern Flour, Western domingo doten, "" LOUIS Flour, 0hivaa d. Lard. Dis, li.i
St. Croix do, Porto Rico do, Young Hyson Te,a, K)dSugar, choice and prime, Molasses, Pork, mess
are. Hyson do, Powihoneg do, Souchong do, Goshen and pxme, Bacon, Hams, Sides and Siiuldenr, for
Butter, Cheese, Lard, Bacon Hams, Sides, Shoul- sale by B. ELLISON & Co.
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British Periodical Literature! "tSC[llatL
SCRIBERS! From "Peter Schlemihl in America."
Subscribe early while the terms are low THE CAPTAIN'S WIFE.
RE-PUBaLICATION OF Mr. Kemble reminded the captain of hiE
RE-PUBLICARTIONYpromise, and claimed hris compliance. r
e THE LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW, "Certainly," said the captain. "You
e THE EDINBURGH REVIEW, must know, then that last October was a
THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW, year, when I arrived at Babylon with a cargo
E WT of teas, from Canton, and as soon as it wa;
AND rTA possible I left the ship, and tinder the high
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE. est.steam-pressure, set out for my little nook
The above Periodicals are reprinted in New of a village, on the Hudson, where ,n
York immediately oi their arrival bv the Brilish whole stock.of human hopes and affection.
sMea'ners,'inabeautiful clear 1vpe, o- n fine white lay. invested in a wife and three children
paper and are faithful copies of the original- It is singular, perhaps, but so it is, that I
BLACKWOOD'S MkGAZi-TI, being an exact fac- never have any dread that anything can have
simile of the Edinburgh edition, happened to my family, till I get on sound.
7hey embrace the views of the three great ings, and then I can neither sleep nor eat
- parties in England-Tory, Whig, and Radical- till I get into port and have seen my owners
Blackwood "and the "London Quarterly" are and found out if all is well at home. I had
Tory; the Edinburgh Review" Whig; and the ,he h t l t f ha
"'Westminster Review" Radical. The -North he happiness to learn that my family had
' British Review" is more of a religious character, been increased by a fine boy, born one
Ihavqing been originally edited by Dr. Chalmers, /nnth after my departure. You may guess
and now since his death, being conducted by his my impatience to see him. I sent off" a let-
son-in-law, Dr. Hanna, associated with Sir David ter announcing my arrival, and the day on
Brewster. Its literary character is of the very which I should be at home. My welcome
highest order, was as joyous as I could have wished it to
PRICES FOR 1848, (IF SUBSCRIBED FOR EARLY.) be. The boy was a noble fellow, a year
For any one the four Reviews, $3 per annum, old, and as like me as two peas. These are
For any two, do. 5 "c bright days of sunshine, which repay a sai-
For any three, do. 7 "c lor for some of the storms of his ocean life,
For all four of the Reviews. 8 "c and of which his owners, though they get
For Blackwood's Magazine, 3 c all the profit of the voyage, can't deprive
For Blackwood and 3 Reviews, 9 cc .1 t w d- if they ,
For Biackwood andthe 4'Reviews, 10,00 him-though they would do so if they could,
' 7,for they grudge everything to their ship-
Payments to be made in all cases in advance masters.
PREMIUMS, "After I had been at home three days, I
Consisting of back volumes of the following returned to finish up the voyage with the
valuableworky's Miscellany owners, and haul up the ship. This done,
The Metropolitan Magazine.y [ returned, bag and baggage, to my wife, to
The Dublin University Magazine.- make a long stay at home. The opening
Blackwood's Magazine- of a sailor's boxes is always a matter of in-
The London. the Edinburgh, the Foreign (crest to captains' wives, and I had procured
Quarterly, and the Westminster Reviews. for myself all the presents Canton provides.
Any one subscribing to Blackwood, or to ona Two pieces of rich silk for dresses, a set of
of the Reviews, at $3 a-year, or to any two of lacquered tea-tables, a set of carved chess-
the Periodaeals at $3, will receive, gratis, one mn n hnso hts}.Iswalo
volume of any of the premiums above named., en, adisappingsmentht upon my Swif aceobok
A subscriber to anv three of the Periodicals at of disappointment upon my wife's face, buf
.97'a-year, ,,r t,-thel-Four Reviews at $8, will re- she said nothing, and so the matter passed
ceive two premium % -.l ....- .- -.,Q ,:.. off. But when Sunday morning came, my
A subscriber to Blackwood and three"nc-4ews,. wife was exceedingly cross, and declared
at $9 a-year, or to the Four Reviews and Black- -i6v- .. Jo,,| to church, though She was
wood, at $10, will receive three premium vol- as regular as thei&j--,,fo'r,, she said,
umes. I've nothing fit to wear.' I tl) t i ..rv-
o Pleas.ebe partcular in naming the pre- odd, but said nothing, and taking hiy little
miums desired and the works subseribedbr. y n g s o r c h ^^,y
CLUBBING. body was glad to see me, and I quite forgot
Four copies of any or all of the above works all was not. right at home, till I found my
will be sent to one address on payment of the, 1 b T my *if
regular subscription for three-the fourth copy wsy back into my house. 'There my wire
being gratis. stood, ready to scold the children or mud-
(A bo premiums toill be given where the dying their shoes, and would have spanked
above allowance is made to clubs, nor will pre- ihem on Ithe spot, if I had not interfeired,
miums in any case be furnished, unless the sub- with a good deal of firmness in word and
scription is paid in full to the publishers, with- look. The children were undressed, and
,out recourse to an agent. dinner served, and nothing on the table was
EARLY COPIES. cooked fit to eat. And so the next week
A late arrangement with the British piublishers passed on. My coffee was as ,hick as mud
of Blackwood's Magazine secures to us early
sheets of that work, by which we shall be'able knew the devil-was about to be let loose,
to place the entire number in the hands of sub- k th e wa o t b e o
scribers before anv portion of it can be reprinted but for why couldn't guess. In the mean-
in any of the American Journals. For this and while my wife's sister, who had been a sort
other advantages secured to our subscribers, we of ship's-cousin quartered upon me ever
pay so large a consideration, that we maybe since my marriage, looked all the while as
compelled to raise the price of the Magazine. demure as a Connecticut deacon under the
Therefore we repeat 'subscribe early while the parish pulpit, and gave no sign to show hMe
price is low.' what all this was about.
Remittances and communications should be "On the next Saturday afternoon, ns I
always addressed, post-paid or franked, to the w s with my wife a .ir, I
publishers. LEONARD SCOTT &. CO., was ^'sitn with my wife and children, I
79 Fulton St., New York. heard a knock at the door, and va'aled out,
"Come in '-and in come mvy oil friend,
GODEV'S DADY'S BOOIK, Captain Thomas Bowline, and hi wie. ien
AND FAMILY MAGAZINE, all the splendors of a new rig. fie bad ri,-
The oldest Magazine in the United, States, turned the week before me from Caiil!ai,
contains monthly sixiy pages ot reading matter, and we were the only seafaring men 1"of the
by the first writers in the country,-twelve more place, and though our wives were neighbors,
than the New York magazines. Two splendid it so happened that we had not been home
steel engravings, an undeniably authentic colored at the same time for six years.
monthly Fashion plate, Model Cottages and "I was delighted to see them horth; and
Churches, Crocket Work, and other matters for my wife, I t w cool,
the Ladies, all illustrated and well explained, ,y wife, I thought, was wonderfully cool,
&.e &d ;though exceedingly polite. 1 soon "forgot
Price for .onie year', which includes thie all about h er manner, in the pleasure of
Lady's Dollar Newspaper, making three talking over our several fortunes since we
publications in one month ............ $3 00 last met ; and as we had not .met before, he
Two copits without the Lady's Dollar having been absent from the village, since
Newspaper.......................... 5 00 my coming ihome, we had many things to
Five copies with one to the person send- talk over. They made a long call, and when
ingtheclub ........................ 10 00 they wIent away, my wife went up to her
Eight copies .. . ... . 15 00 r o n a o m r 1 e ,f r w e
Twelve copies ........................ 20 00 room1 and Isaw no or of her, for when
A specimen of either the Lady's Book, or the tea was ready, she sent word down that she
Lady's Dollar Newspaper sent 'to any person .pay- had a headache, and had gone Io bed.
ing poastage on the request. "The next morning matters wore no more
Address L. A. GoDEY, pleasant aspect than .they had done, and
No. 113 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. When the first church bell began to ring, my
January, 1848. wife burst out into ai flood of tears and set
T~t~ne;Tp~rrTff fn or lier chamber. I followed her, and
PROSPECT~US OF there she lay, on the bed, in a regular fit of
"THE ~iD ACH"hysterics. When she came-to herself, I
A weekly paper, designed to advocate the election asked--' Why, what on earth what is all
of ZACHARY TAYLOR, of Louisiana, to the this about"' She rose, and putting her
Presidency of teUnited States. hands on my shoulders, looked me full in
The unidersigned proposes to publish a politi- the face1 and, said :--' Captain ,Weather~s-
cai paper in the city of Tuscaloosa, toube issued fild if you dIon't know, yea ough to know,'
weeklr1 during the ensiling presidential campaign,, and wilted down under her look, like a boy
to be entitled as above, and to be devoted to the caught in the act of playing Iruant.
support of Maj. Gen. Zachary Taylor, as the ," There's very few men," said the cap-
people's candidate for the presidency tain, addressing Peter, who, after a long
,,T'H;E OLD ZACH" will endeavor to prosecute voyage, could have stood such an ap~peail a~s
the coming political war, in Alahama, as the this I felt some rascal had been telling
Union hasso often threatened to prosecute the stories out of school ; but for the life of rne,
war in Mexico, "with vigor," withi great vi- cold' cocev who i, cou1d be. And
gor," with increased vigor." Whenever the thend~ my wif ve wen t ofa~ai it anter At,
old veteran shall b-e set upon by the myrmidons h"^wleetofagnitonteri,
of power, THE OL.D ZACH" will stand up to worse than the first. I'took off- her shoes,
the mark, and endeavor to give in return, "a anwd her feest were cold as ice.- As I rubbed
little more grape, Capt. Bragg." them, I conjured up) all the recollections of
That the contest will be a successful one, the my voyage, and thev were not half as o!ea-

undersigned entertains no doubt. Herespectfully saznt as I could have wished them. But
solicits the attention of all the friends of Gen. finding it impossible to restore my wife, I
Taylor, in this and adjoining States, and espe- ran down stairs, leaving the doors all open
eially of the "Rough and Ready Clubs," now behind me, to the kitchen, to make some
forming in various places, to this Prospectus.
It is desirable that subscribers should make mulled wine, and there Was my wife's sister,
known their names and post offices as early as with her demure face, which helped to irri-
practicable. late me no little. I called for wine, and
"THEOLD ZACH" willbe published until the spices, and a porringer, and while it was
election, at the moderate price of OvE DOLLAR, heating, she began, by saying : She wish-
invariably in advance. For a renittance of $25 ed to Heaven her sister knew how to treat a
thirty copies will be furnished ; for $40 fifty co- husband as he deserved to be treated-that
pies; 6nd for$75 one hundred copies. if she was a wife, she shoul know how to
A specimen number will be issued on 13th p d ev1 i a
March, which will be extensively distributed. prize a ma" who did every thig a ma"
M. D. J. SLADE. could do to please her.' I was in no humor










upon her in a rage, and told her l] believed Iing the responses; she seemed especially
_ she was a snake in the grass, and that I had desirous that all the congregation, should
rather have her sister than ten thousand know. what a miserable sinner she was, ana
such hypocrites as she *was; that if there how 'she had done the things she ought
s was any mischief made between me and, my not to have done;' and when the, services
wife, I knew whom to thank for it all.' She was over., She had a kind word for everyone,
n lifted up her hands, and said : I Site belie-- especWally was she anxious for the health o(,
a redall men were fools, and of all fools, I .Mrs. Bowline, and all her children, and on
o was the greatest.' This ,brought on a spir- the church steps she lingered to.speak to
s ited altercation, in which I spoke my mind all our neighbors,, high- and low, far and
. pretty plainly. So soon as 1I had'heated the near; so it was pretty well advertised before
k wine, 1 dec;anted it into a tumbler. My we got home, fhat my wife had a new shawl,
y wife's sister had recommended hot vinegar,, the 'prettiest bonnet, and the richest silk
s but I told her I wohld leave the vinegar dress ever seen in that parish;. As for poor
cruet all to herself; I knew a better thing Mrs. Tom Bowiine, 'her. dinner was spoilt
I i han that for my wife.' for one day. Nor was she the otlry womap
e On my way up stairs. I thought I heard made miserable by my wife's finr6ry. Many
_ my'wife's footsteps about the chamber, but an old cloak and shawl, which in the morn-
, on entering, I found her lying on the bed, ing was thought good enough to last another
, crying-in a very sensible way, so I found no winter, was now taken off with a, feeling of
t difficulty in persuading her to drink the absolute loathing. The wives' of all the
I mulled wine, and then I set to work rubbing parish praised me tp to. their husbands, as
e her feet again. She now began ?o sob, and 'such a kind man,', one who loved to see
3 to say : She didn't deserve to have such a his wife look like somebody;' and the.
.husband-I was too good for her-nobody daughters teased their fithers'for new bon,
would love her-nobody ought to love her.' nets and shawls, so that I was abundantly,
I felt encouraged to leave rubbing her feet abused on all hands by the men, for spend;
and to take to rubbing her hands, and to ing all my money on my wife's ,ick ; and
r 'kiss her, begging her to tell me I What.was when tle secret leaked out what my wife'.
!he matter.' And then she fell to crying shawl cost-for I took care to hide Brigg's
again, and sobbing, site said : She couldn't bill where my wife was sure'to find i -the
tell me, for I should hale her, and she de- admir-alion of the women and. the contempt
served to be hated,' and all that sort of thing. of the men rose 0o.-the highest pitch. OQn
The more she decried herself, the more -thing iscertain-never had the.parish church
penient I became, and was on the point of worn such a fashionable air before, as it (lid
making a clean breast and, asking her for- that winter. Now,"',sid the captain, with a
Riveness; but luckily, I (lid no such thing, thump on the table which made the'glasses
for after sobbing, the secret came out:.- dance, "there's my method for treating a
'Captain Bowline had brought home to his woman with hysterics. And I will give you,
wife a Cashmere shawl, and I had only sir," addressing the priest, ife exact pro-
brouglut her a silk dress.' I Is that all," I portions of spice to be put inio 'a pint of-
exclaimed, and I kissed her as heartily as wine, and in your next edition of Conjugal
ever a woman was kissed before. And now, Love, I beg you will put it .in as Captain
't was my turn to complain, to tell her Ihow Weashersfielsremedy. Womenwillsome-
unkind she had been to keep me in such times be cross-grained ; it can't )e helped,!
suspense all the while,' and then came. her .but instead of breaking up all. the relations
turn to put hier arms round my neck, and to of husband and wife, mother and child, the
kiss me, and beg to be forgiven. All which, most terrible of all calamities, let everybody
1 assure you, was a very agreeable winding try my prescription-a pint of mulled wine
up to this sceije. taken warm on going to bed' and a Cash-
I was-not long in discovering the whole mcre shawl'in the morning-and I pledge
secret of my wife's grievances. She thought you my life it will work wonders. There
[ didn't love her as much as Captain Torn need never be another divorceeon that score.
loved his wife, because I had brought China don't you think so?" said the captain, turn-
silks from Canton, instead of an India shawl; ing briskly to Peter.
-'4-"Je3lained to her that Cashmere shawls '-i
came from-Id, t'arn--(~ds iory| ndgIlk ADISTERDAM.--Like a toad,, the city sits
from another ; but these women B6 .,t. squat upon the m-'rshes;..and her people
shawls are made everywhere beyondtheseas.. e waters,, and'pile. up the earth
"Now, as your reverence knows," conti- R2 t hema(r'-4tilrd&yown to smoke.
nued, the captain, bowing tor Peter's chair, Ships come home from lndia'srd--rrA-at
every woman has her Napoleon Bonaparte, anchr before their..doors, coming in from
and my wife's was Mrs. Tom Bowline, and the sea through pahs they have opened in
the thought.i of' being outshone by her at the sand. and unlading their~goods on quays
church had caused all this commotion, now that qu iver on the bogs. Amsterdam is not
so happily ended in a clearing up shower. the inost pleasant1 place in. the world, when
] told my wife her wishes should be gratified a June snn is shining hs)t upon the dead
so soon as ever I had it it) my [lower to do waters of its Canals, and their green surface
so, and intended that this should hbe done as .is on disturbed 4y 'the sluggish barges, or
soon as ever I could find a shawl to my mind. slops of lh,'lidy housemaids. I went thro"
"By dinner time my wife' was dressed, the sil-eels of tihe merchant princes of Amr-
and as we sat down to dinner she looked Is terdam. A broad Canal sweeps through
happy hs a bride, and as for myscf. I never the centre, full of every kind of craft, and
was happier in my life. My wife's sister the dairy wOmen lad their milk From their
looked on with astonishmpent, and I w;is snr- barges on the quay in front of the very.
prised to see for the first time, that my wife proudest doors. The houses anti half the
spoke to her with a little tinge of'sharpness. canals are shaded with deep-leaved lindens,
I hal reason to believe afterwards, that my and the carriages rattle under them with the
wiv,' hearing our end talking, had come to 'tall houses on oneside and ihe waters op
the head of ihe stairs and overheard us. It the other. Nowhere are girls' faces pret-
wn one of those few instances in which lis- tier than in Holland :-complexions! pearly
tenors hear good things of themselves ; and white, with jrst enough of'redin l'en;'o
resulted in mv wife's sister finding the house give a healthier'bloom, and their bands are
too hot fir ,,Pr ; so sh e married herself' off as fair, soft and tapering, as their eyes'are
to a sadi,-,, ... ,nl 'moved to Ba!;bylon. full of mirth, witchery and fire.-Bentley's
"But to o on with my story : the next Miscelatny.
day my wife and I set out for Babylon, she THE LAW OF NEWSPAPERS.-I. Subscri-
to have her China silks made up, and as for. bears who do not give express, noticee.toihe
myself, [ really bad no other business than contrary, are considered as wishing to can--
to accompany her and to buy a shawl which tinue their subscription. : ;,', ,,
should outshine Mrs. Tom Bowline's.- 2. If subscribers order the di.tconin,anc.
Fortunately, I found my old friend Briggs, of their'paper, the, publisher may continue
of Salenm, just in from Calcutta,-with a halt 'to send them until all arrearages are paid.
dozen magnificent shawls, of which he al- 3. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take
lowed me to take my pick, at cost price, their papers from the offices to which they
and a bill made out at any price 1 pleased are directed, they are field responsible till
to have affixed.- So I modestly told him he they have settled the bill and ordered the
might receipt a bill for one at seven hundred paper discontinued.
and fifty dollars, for which I paid him.three 4. If subscribers remove to other places
hundred. This I had safely stowed away in without informing the ,publishers, -and the
my trunk as a coat I had been buying. I paper is sent to the former direction, they
purchased' beside, a fine satin bonnet, with are held responsible.
a plume that drooped d,,n on her shoulder 5. TheCourts have decided that refusing
in the most bewitching style ; and she was to take.a paper from the office, .o; "removhijn
perfectly delighted with her visit. We re- and leaving it unrolled for, is "' prima facie,'
mained in town a week. when her silks came evidence of intentional fraud. .
home from the milliner's. Her dresses wer'e .,
just. as she liked to have them; a most rare How A. DUTCIHMAr. finiys' THE TEM,-
thing, I can tell you, and as-to the bonnet, PERANCE."--YOU go and puy un nar ro]V'Sr-
no language could express her admiration key, and take it home, and put a foshe~t ifi
of it. And so we reached home on Satuir- it, und vheinefer you rant un.schnapF, go and
day night, perfectly well pleased with every- traw it, und shust so m~uch viskey: ash you.
thing in the house and out of it. traw o'f der foshet, shust so ;muc rater y0ul
"The next day was rather a bright frosty pour into der parrel; den y0ou see yo:uhay
day, and my wife, dressed in her beautiful always a full parrel of Viskey, only, directly
bonnet and rich silk dress, certainly looked afiher a vile, it eoome veaker und veakfif
charming, She had a pretty fur cape on, und'at last you hafno~th'ngput un parred of
and with a sweet smile, said : ,Now, dear, rater; den you vant no more use vor viskey,
let us go, for the bell is tolling.' You must and youjinederdemperanche.
know my wife never goes into church too mr A ST. ,r W n .' s
soon, but just before the m minister c erum en- genteme L inE A MiEgEh. T WOe h a nged a wa-
ces his prayers. Why, my dear, where's g,11"l ihlfehv ragdaw-
your shawl?' 'Oh! 1idon't need a shawl ger for' one thousand guineas, tha't one o'f
to-day.' 'But, love, just please me, and them shall sell one million-boxes f lucifer
wear one.' She was for an instant a little matches in the space .of t,o yeras, and no't
displeased, but quelline the feeling, she ran sell more ~than four boxes for one penny,

up stairs, and there lay my splendid present "ot exceed six pennyworth to any one 0fdi-
on her bureau. She came running down with I
it on her arm, and throwing her arm around July,,1848, at York, and finish" in Hulli
my neck, burst into tears. As I knew these 24th of July, i850.
tears did her good, I let her ety .them out, The last i na'neassoiatio read of
and so soon as they could be dried away, is the -1Anli-taking-babse$-ianto._pwblic as.
she put on her shawl, found'it all right, and semblies Society." -We think it cannotfail
though I say it, there never was a finer look- to exert a wholesome influence in tceawotrld.
ing, nor a happier woman in the world than Boston Post.
my wife at that moment. ?
We walked up the head of the broad A POLITE EDIToit.-The editor of the
aisle, in presence of the whole congregation, Arkansas Journal says :--,. Where our of-.
to our pew, next to the minister's, and it fice was two weeks ago. now runs the Missis94
would have done your heart good to have sippi river. Out of respect for the failier" 6t
heard her sweet, clear, ringing voice, mak- rivers we left.", .: .,

-9 .. A I... AL I' .y & Co.,
'i:iO~e, Third Story Baltzell's Buildings, corner of ', N.2 arte
Commerce and Chestnut st're. to. 5 "t s cola,,Fa.
'TL M 4,t11.*Agehs lor LLOYDS; also. Agents for th
.o';.i. .'o.s.-- Ttiree Dla p anm _."MnanIur&nr-.eCo.."the "ProtectionInsuranc
,4C.RTP, -Three Dollars Pell.annum,'Co."' and the l-artord Insurance Co." Hartfor,
if .'iaid in advance, or $3 50 if paid' 'within six Conn1.
.m6n.gfio.or..400 if piid thereafter .-;.
-. No si&bscriptipa. take'nfir .leassterm than six Wm. W. SIMs. Wm. W. CHESVEB
t-onths-and :2 will invariably be charged for .$imns & C(heever,
? that period. : No paper will be discontinued until COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
.'..all arreariges are paid, unless at the option of the Office No. 36 Water street.
: :{pro~ rietor. ... ....dec33 AnalachicolaFla.
p I V 3T lSrm Cvi'rs.---One square, (twelve lines
o less) will be inserted at the rate of One Dpl- liooberts, Allcen & Co.,
lar for the first, and ffifty Cents for every subse- DEALERS IN HARDWARE AND SHII
quenrt insertion.. "CHANDLERY, IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
.To those who adverti-e by flfi year a liberA SPIKES, AND CASTINGS,
.." ; di$.eoi.w'%,ill be made;,. but all ad1ver1 t teii-nt nt And Mlanufacture's of Tin, Iron, and Cop-
strictly pertainiing totheir own. business, as well per Wares.
as all legal advertisements3 sent in by them, will Dec 24 Apalachicola, Fa.
be'char',d at the nsual rates.
1 at te s .. Charles Rogers John Munn. Eugene W. Rogers.
3,c A' regiadlrertisements must be paid for
inwadvance. Chias. Ptoge-s & Co., ,
y^ ive Dalars-iwill lie charged for announc- COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
*'ing candidates for,,6ffice. Water street,
"^-IA\l ,-dvertisements from a distance must Apalachicola, Fa.
he a.aompinied.witli the cash, or city reference, N. J. Deblois.
... to insure inq.ertion. COMMISSIO.N AND FORWARDING
-:"*'* *"1>+ T MERCHANTS,
= '*3 t D .No. 44 Water-street,
'' ^ .~0 Dec 2 Apalachicola, Fa.
'Wm. G. Porter Co c. A.N. McKAY. N C. ROBBINS. CHAS. PRATT.
No. 4j Water street, C 0VMISS ON MERCHANTS,
,Dec 30 Apalachicola, Fa. No. 40 Water-street,
B.Y. Notrse, H.. B. Stone, H. W. Brooks. Dec 15 Apalachicola, Fa.
Nourse, Stone & Co. J. It. e J. I-. i-.null,
No. '46 Water street, No. 48 Wate.r street,
.'Dec 12 .rApalachicola, Fla. Dec '12 APALACHICOLA, F.A
i ock h art & Y olisia-, ...---.. .... ... .....
S-0 M M [ S 3 [ 0 N and F 0 R W A R D I N G (rOfeS3f01al 3otxt
....No. 53 WaS Ettee WEEN, MA T,
nov2[ Apalachicola,-nt- W4. 8y_9N I Ij GRE N, M. Do
\ -1 :", IH, ... I at )is residence, corner of
.1-Ia rp e r <& t o l mltles, Centrc -,,,.i l--i ,'^it -t M ansion
also, .
S lgents. for the W.G. A. :Davis,
N9of Ve oil f ..w York, Offers 1is services to the public in either of the
SNo. 51 Water street, above calpaei ties.
Dec 12 Ayalachicola, Fa.
,. T'le will practice regularly in Franklin, Cal-
T. WOOD. E. B. BALTOU. houn and .Jackson Circuit. Courts-and will, upon
Wood & nalOMl, a special retainer, act as Counsel, in any Court
"00 M.M [I S SS[N M VEi At-LCRNANTS, of the Middle or Western Circuit. He will also,
T N42 Water street-Up stairs, araue cases in the Court of Appeals at Tallahas-
/ Jan 16 Apalachicola, Fa. see, the sessions of which, he will always be
.Ar.VA WrLtE, Wm A. MCKENZIE. present at, unless prevented by accident.
Wylie ,ft lIcltOMnie, kpalachicola, September 8,"1846.
No. 42 Water street, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
'"pt. l, 1I P. -\,palacficola, Fa. Cr0 ee, 2o. 2 Capt. Simmons .
S. ,c, J., .cliffer .... W, cor. of Centre & Commerce streets.
WtLE.-ALE AND RE FAIL G'nC('ER, nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
!I- Particular atteation paid to patting upfamily,
steamnboat and ship stores.' Notice.
No. 49 Water street, rrHE Copartnership, heretofore existing be-
Nov. 14 Apalachicola, Fla. I tween the subscribers, under the firm of D.-
F. Abell, B. WOOD & CO., expires this day. The attairs
-LW. A.,Ail.ll, of (he concern will be liquidated bv N, J. De-
'W-tarT.KSAT .A..V R'rA.I, blois. D. B. WOOD,
OILS, (.LASS, &c., &c. Apalachicola, April 13, 1848.
Al ,)-- g aeral assortment of Statinery. -
C )r. of Chestnut and Water streets, Dr. IVoodrlff's Dysentary Cor-
April 11 Apalachicola, Fa: dial,
Reiljaminl Salter, cOF Diarrhea, Dysentary, Cholera Morbus,
COMMISSION MERCHANT, .1. holeraInfantum, and summer complaint of:
No. 43 Water street-Up stairs:, by
Dsc. 1, 1817. Apalachicola, F1la. Feb 3 J. C. ALLEN.
J, C. Allen, Sarsaparilla.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in "DULL'S, Sand's, Bristol's and Bailey's'corn-'
W lUGS, MEDICINES, PAtNTS, OILS, in pound fluid extract of Sarsaparilla, just re-
G[,,&SS, BRtUSHES, &c', &c. ceived, and for sale by
also, Feb 17 H F ABELL.
Al general assortment of D" _,- __
'BOOKS, BLANKS, STATIONERY, &c., &c. Dr. 00dillrs Antibilious Veg-
cor. of Chesnut & Commerce streets, .. table Life Pills,
Dec 4 Apalachicola, Fla. TROR sale by
B. S.iHaey, F Feb 8 J C ALLEN.
No. 29 Water street; 1 A BALES Georgia Osnabu'rgs, on consign-
Dec 5 Apalachicola, Va. ment, for sale by
Avery & X6o6e4, Doc J. DAY & Co.
No. 43 Water street. ROSTER & COXE'S genuine Southern Tonic,
Dec 5. Apalachicola, Fa. C.. compounded from medicines of our own
B- .tr isol. & AO WOO ague, and for being the best Tonic in cases of
B. Ellison &'C(o.,0
"COMMISSION MERCHANTS, general debility or weakness now known, for sale
AND DrALERS TN by [April 27] H F ABELL.
'DRY 'GOODS, GBOCEROT S, SOE HARDWARE,' SEDLITZ, Yeast and Soda Powders of the
TIN CAPS-E, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, best quality, for sale by
'or. Wdter and Chestnut sts. Yardage for Cotton.
Dec 9 Apalachicola, Fa. O00M for 3000 bales in lower Cotton Yard.
]dward McIe( ly, iv Apnly to
No. 30 Water street. Vineair.
*NovH 1 ,'t* .-. ariApalachieola, Fa. A bFEW bbls pure Cider' Vinegar,E McULYor sale low

Nov I .N- w ^ I~ hicla, Fa.DE & BUTCHAR S and Rodgers & Son's
o 11 Aplc*oa Fl. I superior Razors tor sale*by
-.liTCalla & Romnain, Cooer' Isinglass
,No. 9 Columbuis Block. 1UT received, and for sale by.
Nov.i 18Aaahcla l. v J. C. ALLEN.
Apleioa Fla.,. May 4.
)., S. I. Nickerson, _
HATrS, CAPS, &~c. ]'UST received and for sale by
-a No. 1 Columbus Block, *J Feb 24 H F ABELL.
Dee. 23 Apalachicola, F~a. "jt/t'OFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND PHCElNIX
Underwood St Caigh, 1.VL BITTERS, just received and for" sale by
,. .,. ^A [I5 OIRS, Nov 28 .H, F. ABELL, Druggist.
'.BAETZELL'S BUILDING, CHESTNUT-ST. Townsend's Sarsaparilla,.
Apalachieola, Fa. J UST received, and for sale by
,..83;All orders attended to With pun etualitv Aprit 27 H F ABELL
"and desipatch. Jan. 20 Irishi Potatoes and Onions.

w j A FINE article for sale 1)v
R11. N'. SCott & Brother, A Nov ll E. McCULLY, 50"Water st.
HATS, &c., "OR 30l BbLISN&yo
Cor. Water and Centre-streets, /' Dc30 B ELLISON & Co.
Dec 23 Apalachicola, Fa. -WEDE. trou,4Scotch do. Weeding and Garden
-- .... ........ Hoes, Blacksmiths Bellows, Cotton and Wool
A. Dodge, Cards, Spades and Shovels. Cauldron and Sugar
.SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANT, Pans, Ploughs, &c. &c. for sale by
No. 4.0 Water Street, B ELLISON & Co.
-Dee 23. Apalachioola, Fa. Dec 9 'Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.

to hear my wife.abused, and so T burst out

Tuscaloosa, Feb. 16, 1848.

Gov. Hammond out for Taylor. hesitate a moment in withdrawing from the is now 2.000 strong. TI is composed ol bathers of the Proviso. It is taken from
We see in the Charleston Courier an ex- support of Gen. Cass. How ctu we rely on Proie-tants. i his late speech before the Buffalo Conven-
We see in the Charlesto support of Gen. Casstoa. sss us i ln c ryi EGLAND.-During the last fortnight the tion. and in my opinion is conclusive:
tract fr6m a letter written by Ex-Governor the aid of Gen. Cass to assist us in carrying weather has been very unsettled, in thie If the Wilmo proviso, is not democracy,
H-iamtiond to a Taylor Committee in slavery into the Territories on lthe Pacific, Southern counti-s especially. Not a day then Gen. Cass's democracy is entirely new.
Charleston, who had invited him to address when he s'iys that he prays for its abolition has passed without heavy rains. As the It is very green. (Laughter.) For tot
the friend of the Old Hero. The Gover- everywhere"? Why it would be a mock ery of wheat hasbeennout invariousbparts, thistin- longer ago than one year, lie wasloudin
.isfd by private considerations tode- isGodif'-b ld'dosoafterudhaseasonable weather not only retards harvest his complaints against John Davis for talk-
liuor is forced by private considerations to c- s god if he would do so ater sudth a operations, but must, if it ccntiines a few ing against ime, and thus prevent him from
cliiev but closes his communication a fbl- prayer. Because Mr. Clay said that he days longer, very materially affect the yield having an opportunity for voting in its favor.
low: 9 considered slavery an "irremediable wrong," all over the country. As yet, however, no Lewis Cass was then no democrat, acco.rd-
":In fact, I have been anxiobs not to share 'the Southern Whig party, notwithstanding tendency to speculation has been exhibited. ing to the logic of his advocates, or else Ihe
in the responsibility of those Southern men their high estimation of their great leader, If the potato crop should prove seriously has flopped over. (Laughter.)
who are opposing Gen. Tayldr,aandnI have injured both in England and lrelai'd (ard
never failed when a proper opportunity of- and he a slaveholder himself, feaied to trust statements to this effect ire rapidly multiply- I heard Gen, Cass speak in the Senate
feared, distinctly and decidedly to avow my- him on this vital issue. Mr. Cl-y was born ing,) the consequences would be very seri- of the United States. He then prof,'ssed to
self to be in favor of his election. How 'in a slave State-.his affinities and associa- ous. be in favor of the principle, but said it was
any slaveholder can hesitateetee him tions ere with us, and yet the Southern IFrance. not the time to act upon it. But a short
any slaveholder can hesiae between him aions were with us, and yet the Southern The chief consideration in Paris at the "time before, he thought it was both the
and Gen. Cass, is to me not only a special Whigs passed over all his other transcend- present moment is the critical state of Nor- ime lbr action and expedient to act. Now
wonder, but I think the. worst omen for theId
South that I have seen in my time. ent claims, because they'feared his decision themrn Italy. Numerous diplomati- meet I cannot turn with him. I defy Gen. Cass
"Permit me to offer you my most ardent on this vital question. How much more, ,ings have taken place in Paris, and L,,rd to contradict this statement. If he attempts
frt e your efforts to car- Palinerston, in the House of Commons, has it, lean bring the test jnony of nine men-
ryishes vote of ourcestsate for this o greatr- nd S the men, hae we to dread stated that Her Majesty's Government are every one of them as good as myself-to sub-
ryood man, and to assure you t g Presidency of Gen, Cass, whose birth andeeply sensible of the great importance of stantiatewhat I have said. [\We don't want
respect with which I have the honor tobe associations, as his friends boast, 'are of the seeing a termination put to that unfortunate them-your word is sufficient.] lie knows
ery sincerely, your obedient servant, free North and West, and who besieges 'warfare, and added, I am able, though I it is true. and hence the expression in his
J. H. HAMMONDs. high [leaven, in 'his importunate prayers, have no 'right to speak for another Govern- hitter, he th nks there has been a change
HAMMOND. high eaveniment, Yet I believe I nay ssnre the House coming on in the public mind, and in his
North Carolina. for "the abolition of slavery everywhere." hat that desire is equally shared by the own.' [(;reat langhuer.] I wold respect
A letter to the Editors of the' National General Taylor has a cloud of ,witnesses" French Government, Gen. Cass's opinions, ij I thought they were
Intelligence, from Rat* gh, North Carolina, (t ree hundred l he abolii inists say) that he -" [1er Majesty's niinisters are (herefore sincere. I respect the sincere opal os of
says tlhat the majorilgy of Mr. Manley, the does not consider slavery any great sin or an about, I may Say, if not already engaged. to iny man, though they lead to a change, for
.says that the majority of Mr. Manle te e idl.L i a Southerner take stel)s, I trust in conjunction vith the ] have experienced such myself: But 1 be-
Whig candidate for Governor of the State, intolerable evil. I do not think a Southerner Government of France, fbr the purpose of lieve that Gen. Cass thinks as Ido, that the
is ascertained't- be upwards of 1,000 votes, can findfl any cause for hesitation in deter- -endeavoring by amicable negotiation to bring proviso is both expedient and constitutional.
instead of 400, as at first reported, and that mining which candidate to support. that warfare to an end." believe that hie put his hand in his bosom
the Legislature will e Wh ig on joint ballot COGITATOR. The last journals from Paris are entirely and ,took out his soul and laid it out in view
oLegislature will he ig on join ao occupied with the Italian question, and the of the devil, for the purpose of receiving a
by two or four majority. funds have experienced a decline in cotse lit e lempiorarv elevation. [Laugaher.] Let
"The result of this contest, (says the ARRIVAL. OF THE BRITANNIA. quence of its threatening aspect. Two thoun- the North repudiate him. 1 believe the
correspondent,) sufficiently decisive though Seven Days Later. sand of the insurgents of June. sentenced to South will; ani if they do, perhaps there
it is; cannot be regarded as any indication The steamship Britania, Capt. Lang, ar- transportation, have been sent ti Brest. will he others getting up parties to burn
of how the Staie will vote in November. rived at Boston on the 26th ult. L'Orient. &c.. where ihcy were to be cotfi- barns. [Laughter.]"
North' Carolina is as thoroughly Whig as Ireland. nel until the Government should have fixed Mr. Brinckerhoff. let it be remembered,
she ever was. She will afford convincing Affairs in Ireland have not materially their destination. JI is probable thai their is a member of Congress, and has had every
proof of that fact by giving to Gen. Taylor changed, though every day seems to lessen families will be allowed to them. An un- opportmfniy of observing Gen. Cass's course
over five thousand majority." thle probability of any serious outbreak, successful attempt war made on the 51, upon this question. He defies Gen. Cass to
Kntucy. That this unfortunate country is not now instant, to assassinate M. Thiers. The shot contradict the above statement, and prom-
Kentucy.plunged into all the horrors of a civil war, intended for him was. received by'a little ises to produce the corroborating evidence
LOsvLE.Aug. is not to be at.lribuled to the d-isincliiation girl, who was sealed at the gate opposite the ol nine gentlemen. all as worthy of credence
Returns from the whole State have been of the people to rise up in arms. But ra-' dwelling of M. Thiers. A decree has been as himself. As a witness, he is entitled to
received except two counties. Crittenrden's therit would seen to the want of bold, able published removing the suspension pro- full belief, inasmuch as his opposition to
majority will 6xceeted 8,400. and trusted leaders. Bounced on the27th June against 12 of the Gen. Taylor is as strong as that to General
Smith O'Brien was arrested on Saturday more radical journals. Cass.
Illinois. evening, 5th of August, at Thurles at the Prussia. How will the friends of the equivocating
There are two Whigs elected to Con- Raill Road, while procuring a ticket for The Prussian capital still continues to be betrayer of Southern rights now sustain
gress from Illinois-Mr. Cook having been Limerick, where hie intended to seek re- the scene of political cabal and excitement, themselves. ANTI-CASS.
fuge among his friends. Immediately after The people are for the moment occupied
elected. his arrest hlie was marched to Bridewell and with the renewal of the war with the Danes. Slanders on General Taylor.
Iowa.subsequently conveyed to-Dublin anudlodg- The exact position which Prussia is to take The Memphis Appeal and General Levin
The Whigs haveamajoriyin eLeis- ed in Kilmainham jail. in the newly concocted Gernian scheme of H. Coe, having undertaken to make politi-,
AtThe Whigs have a majority in e Legis- Aer O'Brien's arrest hle is #d to have government, is not yet ascertained, cal capital for Gen. Cass by slandering the
nature of Iowa. This secures them two U. expressed himself sa,.fitid of the hopeless- The latest news from Vienna report that Old Hero of Buena Vista, he was written to
S. Senators for that State. ness of accomplishing his object, a-.nd that the Emperor of Austria had resigned, but on the subject, and in the letter below,
........ortedrr. lhe was induced to leave his retreat in the no croir hiil to it. which we copy froim the Memphis Eigle,
FortheCommercial Advertiser. mountains, because the farther he went the The whole rang -of Eastern Europe nailed the lies to the counter. We much
As Southern politicians are upholding riore the people seemed to fear to harbor seem more or less afflicted with thte chotlra.. mistake the character of lihe people of Ten-
Gen Cas as another. ,,Northrn nran with him. O'Brien is said to be cheerful, and and four cases have appeared at Berlin, all nessee-,. ;,i.,ii en ,p:l ',, party, if they will
Southern prinltples," after th't sme sort as his wife is allowed free access to him. of which terminated fatally, permit n ,,a i ,, il-ir ,,, i''-.ocjously slan-
Mr'STtihn Buren, a few years ago; 'it may be Other ferinds are permitted to converse Lombardy. dered and libelled, day after da--,-i-t*,..
with hm in presetice of the jail authori- Recent events in Lombardy have been ra- visiting with their deepest reprobation. Ihe
wIl to direct the lqfet'rion of those interest- ties. pid, decisive, and most unexpected. A fort- authors of such iniquitties,-NationalItel-
e'dlin Southern institutions to tlhe construe- There does not appear to have beeh any night ago Charles Albert was a successful ligencer. iiutis.\,p
din that is l)U upon his opiis, onchiig serious'disturbance in any part of thecoult- conqueror, almost all Lomhardy was within "'he following is General Taylor's letter:
"t slavery, by thpu upon his opinions, toilciig. ty, try since the Cambri' sailed-and, accord- his grasp-now the whole breadth of Lorn- BATON ROUGE, LA, Aug. 5, 1848.
slavery, by those who live in his vicinity, t Ie ngish accounts, it seems quite hardy hasbeen retracted by the Piedmnontese MYi DEAR SIR:-Your esteemed letter
and have h-e best opportunity of knowing ituipossible thliat there should be any, so long army. arind Charles Albert utterly defeated of tlie 7fh ult. enclosing a slip cut from the
'is private sentiments, as thIe Government sustains its present atm- at every point, is either shut up in Milan, or Memphis Appeal," was this moment re-
e Cie'eland Plain Dealer is t he lead- rude ofrepe-ssion. Numerous arrests con- perhaps has crossed the Ticono intb his ceived, containing statements said to have
ng Locofloeooran ithe Vesternesetrveinuetoe marde. We notice the names of own dominions. been made by me disrespectful ofthe volun-
Sing Lncrofo organ the Western Reserve r. Carn. Mr. Bergen. ship-broker; Mr. Germany. teers ; among others, that I hail said they
counties of rn l i In ,s recent nimbeer of Nolan, of tihe Unifted Staies ; Ric-rdh The liberty of the press was declared in- were not worthy their rations, and that this
"that journal is an article entitled -General O'Gorman, for wbose arrest 300 -vas of. violable by Ihe Diet at its sitting oo the 41h Ican be proved, together with marry other
Cass and the- Proviso," in which the editor fered. inst. Capital punishment, branding and evidences of unkindness towards them onl
O i t h o e te pid .tig tnte s frc o t,
usos the following language, under tire eye bodily chastisenment were also declared abo- my part'; all f which is without the slight-
ses the lowing language, under the eye asarcsed by the Coast (uai, -after ied est foundation. Phe re is but little doubt in
f Gen. Cass: i.. e had crossed the Shantn i an open The following is te list of Ministers r- my mind that he who invents a falehood to
"We, as I parly, present to the nation a ot-. Notice was borIhwrh sent to the p- ing the first Cabinet of the new German Em- njre his neighbor orfllow-citizen, as well
cairdidate from a free State. He is not a lice. but before they arrived, O'Gormn ad Foranniar- as he who lends himself to, and aidsin giv-
alaveholdet. H DOES NOT TRAFFIC IN persuaded his captors ihat' he was a mere pire hl F oreign Affairs, the PriQueene of Leing- t l'm"n"'t
~~lavehrolder. [IF p'r~~~tiadeil that ~ingen, hanlf-broither of nine Queen of' Eng> n icltont h ae koigi oh
HUMAN FLESH. HE HAS NO SYMPATHIES; raveler from Terry 1o Clare, and hlie was landf; Uder Secretaries of State, Baro-t false, would not hesitate one moment to
ASSOCIATIONS OR CONNECTIONS WITH THOSE allowed to leave in his boat. He subse- Maximillian Von Gagern, (brother of the swear to it oi the Holy Bible. My nutrrer-
WHO DO. He was born and educated in qtuently boarded a vessel bound down the President,) Mr. Mevissen, of Cologne; In- ous official reports to the War Department
New 1ona-,imd. and has spent rnost of his Shannon and go'ine to Ameriea, in which ,, M, -t,,h,,ptino TTndlp Sr in relation to the gallant and patrioticvolun-

days in the free wilds of the. West, has set'-
ved his country long and faithfitlly, and has
enjoyed the' confidence of Jefferson, Madi-
son and Jackson, in the more harmonious
days of tlie democracy. Such a man is noiv
the standard bearer of our party; and we
supporo1 him'm- and this we could do with a
he'-ir'y good will, independent of our obli-
gations io partyy"
The Cass 'party boast of the great gains
they are making in the Western Reserve of
Ohio, "aud the Whigs despair of carrying
ji'e State, from 'the heavy defections they
differr there. because their candidate, Gen.
Taylor. is a slaveholderand dealer in human
,flesh. as is averred.
In ihe same airicle from which I have
'*quoted, the Plain Dealer argues strenuous-
% ly'that the opinions oif Lewis Cass. on tire
'subject of slavery, are identical with those
Held by Hale, Giddings, and all the liberty
"party.. It then continues thus:
There is no power in this country to
'jiake a slAe, except by a sovereign State,
ania they can make a slave of a white man
as well :is a black. Should New Mexico
and Carfe'nri-a become Stales and choose to
institute sla'V'ery, 'the probability is thar they
wo-ald-,asta-e.-Lhe- \vhites-as thie blacks -and
.opper skins would be largely in the ma-
Gen. Cass believes that from Ihe simple
operations of tihe Constitution, the charac-
ter of the people now there andt those likely
to go there, the geography of 'tihe country,
:aud the strong public sentiment in all the
'free and many of the slave States against
Slavery, that-it will never exist in those ler-
"ritories. We know,from the frequent decla-
rations made in private conversations, that he
is as strongly opposed to the further extension
-of slavery as we are, and that is strong
enough, most of our readers will think.
.'- We 'have every- assurance that his admi-
nistration, should he be elected, while it will
"giv6' security to the great fundamental prin-
*ciples of tie party, will never be used to give
.countenance to so obnoxious'a measure as car
-rying slavery into territory now free."
When we take the foregoing declaration
in conviction with the fact that the Demo.
criticc Cdonvenitions of Michigan and Ohio
which unanimously nominated Gen. Cass
for tthe Presidency, passed, at the same time
strongg anti-slavery Resolutions, 1 am sur-
.-prised -how any Southern man, who has ;
-proper regard fur his own institutions, ct

lie has escaped. war steamer has been
( isprtchieid after tihe vessel.
O'Brien said ire had felt it impossible to
hold out any longer, as all his friends had
forsaken him. He said, I was Ipromnissed
the support of a nation, to drive the Eng-
lish from tIhe country." He added thai he
had been induced to leave his retreat in the
hills, because the farther he went the more
the people seemed to fear to harbour him,
#1or hold any communication with hit.
When asked the localities in which lihe
had been, he seemed utterly ignorant oflheir
names, .and seemed surprised that the au-
thoriiies should know thenrt."
"The following letter frornm. Thurle's,
gives some additional intelligence before and
at thoe time of his arrest.
A Il remains ouiet here, aind a very large

addition has been made to the camp, which
is situated within two miles or less of the
town. Upwarlds of 2.000 soldier are under
canvass, and the immense range o1 tents,
with the various busy groups in tihe fore-
ground offers a most picturesque view.
*- *
Although Borrisoleigh is only seven
miles from Thrrles, the peasantry who mnet
(here om Monday at a fair could scarcely be-
lieve thie news of O'Brien's arrest.
Two slage coaches were robbed between
Limerick and Tralee by a pari.vy of 200 or
300 peasants.
In Clonmmel all appearance of armnied resist-
ance is at an end.
Proclatimations have been issued to Cap-
tains of vessels, cautioning them that tihe
penalty of Ireason will awvait them, should
they favor the escape of those chargednvith
Numerous new warrants have been issued
for the arrest of suspected persons..
.Lis staled that one of the chief witnesses
fbr thme crown, at the trials of Mr. Smith
O'Brien and the other parties implicated in
the insurrection and conspiracy, will be Mr.
P. J. Barry, who had been secretary of the
first Young Ireland Association and who
remained all along a prominent member of
the Confederacy.
mission, which, from the number and gravi-
ty of the political offences to be investigated
was looked forward to with much interest,
opened on the 8th, before the Right Hon.
the Mayor; the. Right Hon. D. R. Pigott.
Chief Baron; and the Hon. Baron Penne-
Four more Americans were taken prison-
ers at Clontarf -on Thursday, and brought
into the castle.
The Dungrnnon Anti-repeal Association

S..... v.... ... ...- ., .. leers, which have been so extensively pub-
cretaries of State. Mr. Voli Worth, of ters,wich have been e
Vienna, Mr. Von Wuh, 'a lishied in most of thie leading publicejournals
Vienna, Mr. Mathy, of Carlsruhe, War, ^ ^^ ^ ^^ ,
General Peu.ker, of' Berlin; Fiuance, MWr, of the country give the- lie direct to the
staemesGeneral Peuckerin o Beri Fin question; and which the gen-
Von Becnerath, of( refeld, in Renish Prus- t ement "Appeal" might have known
sia ; Commerce, Mr. Duiekwitz, of Bremen,len of the Apeal ight have known
Justice, Mr. Heckscher, of Hamiburg. Be- hd hey hoked inh beyond eirnoses,
side these, it is said that Mr. Basserman has or wishe have mdetheelves aqin
accepted a government office, as Under se- ted with all the facts in the case, before they
accepted a govemnimient office, as Under Se-' y.,, ~ ldri eadt
cremaryofState. published so gross a slander in regard to
creay0, of State. one w h o had never injedteanwos
The Diet, at its sitting on the 31st Aug., one who a never injured them and whose
took up tlle subject of ihe German flag.-only crime was, that his name. without his
'The war flag is to consist of three horizon-agecy i the matter had been hroight be-
tal stripes- black uppermost, with the imn- fore rhe country by a portion of his fell ow-
p-rial Eagle thereon, red in the middlle, and citizens for the first office in the gift of a
gold undermost. The commercial flag (to great aid free people.
be hoisted by all German vessels) is of the Astothe romantic story about the woun-
same colors, without the eagle. The eagle de, soldier, at Buena Vista (in connexion
same colors, ithot the eagle. e eag with a Mexican lady,) which ended so fra-
to have two heads. gically, and who is said to have been shot by
my order, it is without the slightest foun
By Telegraph! dartin, nothing of' the kind, or even ap.
Arrival of the Niagara at New-York. proaching it, ever look place ; nor do I be-
CHARLESTON, Sept. 1, 1848. lieve was ever heard of except at Memphis
The steamship Niagara has arrived at and vicinity, before it was published in the
New York. The accounts she brings are Appeal." it is on a par with the story that
by no means satisfactory as to the peace of I had spoken disrespectfully of, and other-
Europe. The active intervention of Eng- wise outraged the volunteers ; and a more
land and France can alone, it is supposed, i base and heartless calumny was never pro-
prevent a general war. pagated. Not a drop of American blood
Hostilities have recommended in tie was shied by my order while in Mexico, nor
North of Europe, and it is impossible to that o a Mexican, except in thie heat nf
foresee any termination of thIe difficulties in battle.
thai quarter, which affect to a considerable The whole matter contained in said slip
extent Britishi trade in that region., is too silly to be credited, nor would 1 have
There is aun 'rn'easy feeling and much cx- noticed it had I not deemed it proper to re-
citement in Ireland, fomenied somewhat by ply to your friendly communication.
the progress of thie trials. In England the I must, from my position, expect to be
Chariis's have made some new demionstra- assailed by many unscrupulous editors of
it Iions ,of dissatisfaction. newspapers, as well as hired demagogues,
In Paris and France generally, quiet is without regard to truth, decency, on any
maintained, but martial law still prevails.- thing else. I have therefore made uip iny
Lamartine has retired from his seatiin the mrind not to suffer such to annoy me, let
Convention. them emanate from what quarter they may ;
An irrupnion of Austrian troops upon the but to pursue the even tenor of my way,"
terrorizes of the Pope. had been met by the without turning to the right or to the left to
troops of his Holiness and the Austrians notice them.
driven back. With considerations of high respect and
Cotton in Livernool was rather flat. The esteem,

sales of the last week were 30,000 bales.--
Bread-stuffs of all descriptions are on tihe

From the Charleston Courier.
Another Witness--Senator Miller Sustained.
MESSRS. EDITORS : There are those who
affect to disbelieve 'the statement recently
make by Senator Miller respecting the in-
consistency and tergiversation of Gen. Cass
upon the Wilmot Proviso question. For
the benefit of all such skeptics, I beg leave
to introduce the testimony of Hon. Mr.
Brinckerhoof, of Ohio, one of the reputed

Your friend and obt. servt.


Election Notice.
A N Election will be held at the Apalachicola
Precinct, in the County ol Franklin, on the
first Monday in October next, for one Represen-
tative to Congress, one Representative to the
General Assembly, and for Governor of the State
of Florida ; arid of said Election, David G. Raney,
Thomas Orman and JesseF. Potts will act as In-
Given at the office of the Judge of Probate, 19-th
May, 1848. L. W" SPRATT, Judge.
Apalachicola, Sept. 1, 1848. 33-5t


- -- L ,. if- INsT T ..: ( A T ET E: 1 J t UTT t I

candidate at the ensuing election, for Represen-
tative to the General Assembly. ,
e 'THE subscriber respectfully inftormns the citi-
UBderwood & Caigh, zens of Apalachicola, that he intends to re-com-
nq ,in .mence giving MIusic Lessons, (for the sunrimer
f RESPETFLLY T erT hir s-months,) commencing on Monda\, 3d July.
RE SPECTFULLY ofiert heir se- Those desirous of taking lessons on the follow-
icoa, ito he citizens f A nklin ing instruments. Spanish Guitar, Flute, Violin,
.,o. a andg y the county of eranklon (Tenor or Alto Violin) and Violticello. wvculd dO
r^^ ~generally, in the line of tehir pro-
S gesneray Hainge limeofntehir rom- well to apply soon, as fhey can have the privi.
lesson. g monthly com- lege of selecting the hours'which may suit their
municatuon with the principal
SNorthernacitiestheywill be ena- convenience. Music furnished, it required-, at $12
e. dto furncitsh their patro ns at all per term,extra, for any of the above instruments-
b- times ivih the NWEST n LA- t N. B. Pu.ctual attendance is rqinisite, as. '
reduction'will be made f.r notn-attendance, ex-
ed mon??t rhaEST PLATES OF FASHION, reeei- cept through protracted sickness. .
Slen tyshowing at a7 i the most Fashion- For sale, Violin bridges,-tail pieees,,and pegs;
able Stqles of Dres&, which will bea decided" e q o' 6
advantage to a fashionable community. extra quality of' tip'd Flutes and -No. 4, 5 ad 6
N. B. Gentlemens' Morning Gowns and Eve. .u1rar Iight we o w e ssn
ning Wrappers made to order; Cloaks of every eRace0 for eight wees of two lessons
description made in the usual forms of the day each week the course to close 28th August.
Walking and Riding Gaitors made in a superior Application at my office in Baltzell's Building.
Walk ng a d R ding Gaiors ade n asupeiorT. (C. UND IERW OOD.
omaner; Tunic Dresses and Boys' Clothes of Apa achicola, June 17, 1848. 22-tf
every description made in a neat and fashionable Apaccot Jn 17 18Bo for teav
style. All garmeuts made at this establishment A large lot of Instruction Books or t.e abov
warranted to fit. instruments for sale.
Ct Shop, Second Story Baltzell's Buildings. To Let.
Entrance on Chestnut street. .i' THE House Idtely known as the"Det
September 9, 18,18 34-6m h4-.2;;; Drop." Possession given immediately.
*-.-- A plate of Fall and Winter Fashions just .LIf Inqutie of WM. HONE,
received. May 11. 49 Water-st.
Steavnitboat Sale. Prospectus.
Y virtue of a trortgage deed, The Democratic Party of Franklin Ccunty
.vith pei oi sale, ioid- he 22 | propose to tpnblish in the city of Apalachicola,
dI' of April, A.D. 1848, by John after the firs1 day of'August next, a newspaper,
t.Jordar and Jihn MeNaughitn, durin-tie Presidential canvass, that will a~vo- .
to Baroet & Sandibrd, and which siid rmoiltgige j cale for the Presidency and Vice Presidency he
deed is recorded in book C, pages 396 and 397, o( inoniiei-s of the Baltimore Convention, as >well
the office of Clerik of the Circuit Court of I 'a-{ as the oominiees of the Democratic State Conyen-
lin county, Florida, the undersigned, a.s at; orneys tion, and that will in all discussions be strictly an
of said Barnet & Sandiford, will tell it public advocate of the principles of Democracy. -
outcry, for cash, before the auction torA of Starr The Democracy of this Coun-ty, and of West
& Co., at Eufaula, Alabama, on Saiturday the Florida generally, have labored under the incon-
30th day of September next, the eight-tenths in- venience of being without a public print in all
terest of said Jordan &McNaughton in the "sin- the important elections ofl the State; and havoc
glc engine steamboat Eufaula." Said interest had the. mirtificn-tion of knowing that when v
will be sold to indemnify said Barnet & Sandi- falsehood had been circulated, they have had no
ford for monies paid by them in discharge of debts medium through 'which they might look for a
due by said steamboat amounting to (about) two correcticri ; and deeming also that the contest
thousand dollars, bid fairm to be well contested on both sides, and
SHORTER & BROTHER, that fair and general, discussion will be accepta-
Attorneys for Barnet & Sanditord. ble to the peoplee we-thrust upon a generous pub-
Eufaula, Aug. 12, 1848. 31-5t li-, and particul-rly Ihe Democracy of this State,
.o.t -xtao r ", TIE STAR OF THnE WEST," asking their gener-
MIost Extraordinary Work ous support. t ,
THE the Editorial charge of a committee to be ap-
MARRIED WOMAN'S pointed by the Democracy of Franklin County,
PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION. ,I.' will give a synopsis of the last General As-
sembly of this State, and a review of the acts of
Y DR. A. M. MAURICEAU, its most prominent members. It will: be isplued
PROFESSOR OF DISEASES OF WOMEN. at the price of Seventy-five Cents for a single
Sixth Edition 18mo pp. 250. Price $1. copy; three copies for Two Dollars ; seven co-
TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND COPIES SOLD pies for Four Dollars; ten copies tor Five Dollars';
IN THREE MONTHS! and any number over the above at the same rates.
Years of suffering, of physical and mental an- '. Persnns receiving this Prospectus aill
please procure subscribers, and receipt tor us, and
guish to many an affectionate wife, and pecuniary return the same addressed to
difficulties to the husband, might have been R. J. FLOYD & Co.,
spared by a timely possession of this work. July 6, 1848. Apalachicola, Fa.
It is intended especially for the- married, or .Notice., .
those contemplating marriage, as it discloses im- (O APT. BENJ. HOWARD is my authorized
porfaThrn _.&.bhich should be k-own to them Agent during mry absence from the State.
pr-ticularl y. be-t------ e JOHN W. .BABCOCK.
paiculy. ---_Apalachicola, June 1,'1848.
Truly, knowledge is power. It i's health, p-a
happiness, affluence. -- '"
-C'IOL. WM. H. HUGHES is my A'an-ing
The revelations contained in its pages have a S -
pages C my absence from. the State.
proved a blessing to thousands, as the innumer- 1 : HENRY G. GUYON.
able letters received by the author will attest. Apalachicola, May 25, 1848.
iHere, also, every female-the wife, the mother, BENEZET is my authorized Agent during
.the one either budding into womanhood, or the k. my absence from the State.
one in the decline-of- years in whom nature con JOHN PARTRIDGE.
templates an important change-can discover the Apalachicola, July 8, 1848.
causes, symptoms, and the most efficient remedies 1) W. CULLEN is my autthorized Agent dn-
and most certain mode of cure, in every corn- .L ring my absence from the State. ,
- M. P. ELLI. "
plaint to which her sex is subject. P E hi, un 10.
_. ,*, Apalachicola, June 16,1848.
On the receipt ot Qne Dollar, the Married p
Woman's Private Medical Companion" will be S. BENEZET is miny duly authorized Agent
sent (mailed free) to any part of the United kJ during my absence from the State.
3 R. C. KERR.
States. A.ll1 letters must be addressed, post-paid, June 12, 1848. 22-3t
to Dr. A. M. Mauriceau, Box 1-214, New York
City. Publishing Office,l129Liberty-street,New Boot and l Shoe Making.
t York. May 4, 16-f. THE subscribers have entered into partner-
Yorshy-y 4,itte above I- -ins, adr neiut

A !C,' H tJ tIt ii. vuitpr, to ,aPinI. Iini ,.- 1',,v, c)q q


Nolice. I
A LL persons having claims against the estate
of Joshua Stevenson, deceased, are required
to present the same within the time prescribed
by law, or else they will lie barredof recovery.
T. H AUSTIN, Administrator.
Apalachicola, July 29, 1848. 28-2m

Bay Water.
FT NCHE'S Double Distilled Bay Water, for
12 sale by
July 17 H. F. ABELL.

W H VTTEMORE'S Concentrated Vegetable
S Syrup, a sure and effectual remedy for
DiarrhT i and Bowel complaint, for sale by
July !5 H. F. ABELL.


VerBifiuge, ....
7 INER'S Canadian Vermifuge, for sale by
Yv !e, L7 H F ABELL

Drugs, Medicsnes & Chemicals.
A FRESH supply of Drugs, Medicines and
Chemicals, now landing from bark Reform,
d f'r sale by
Nov I1 1 J. C ALLEN


L shipin ,tre above bu-ines-, and i eI-eeflully
solicit, a, shafe. of public .,.i All vork
done by them will be neat'aid /i.ri he, au;d their
charges in conformity with the' tightness of the
times. A. KLAIRMAN,
July I 3t P. C. KELLY.

D R. BLAKE'S celebrated Aromatic Bitters,
just received, and for saie by
July 8 H FABELL.
Congress Water.
JUST received fish, and for sale by .
JJuly 8 H F ABELL..
R: Pain Killer.
ERRY DAVIS'S Pain Killer, for sale by
July 8 H F ABELL.
A SPLENDID article of Ground Mustard, in
tin boxes, for sale by
April27" H F ABELL.
Gold Pens. ... I
A FEW of W-odward & Brother's superior
Gold Pens, just received and for sale by-,
October 21. J C. ALLEN

TRACE CHAINS, Spades, Locks, assorted, Claret Wine.
Wagonand Cart Boxes, Drawing Knives and DOZ. superior Table Claret, received per
Irpns, &c. &c. for sadle low by ehr. Monterey, and; -or sale by
Nov 11 E. McCULLY,50 Water st. May 18 E. McCULLY, 50 Water st.
Bagging and Rope, Bacon, Feour,,Sugar, Coffee and
TOR sale by E, McCHITLLY, Salt,
F Nov 11 50 Wter st. A LWAYS on hand, and for sale low by
" EEP-Mess and Prime, A Dec 23 E McCULLY.
Pork-Do do
Bread-Navy and Pilot, for salehy y wayn & W1 ista"r's :
Dec 30 B ELLISON & Co. COMPOUND Syrnp of Wild( Cherry,just re-
ceived and tor sale by
Bailey's Tonic Mixture. Feb17 H F ABELL.
rHIS is a valuable cornumound fluid extract ol
1 Cinchona and Rubra, a vegetable flebrifuge New Orloansl Sulgar'.
for the cure of Fever and Ague. Sold by HHDS.. prime N. 0. Sugar, receiver per schr
June 12 H. F. ABELL. wiontery, and t, r sale by .
May 18 E McCTLLY, 50 Water st.
JATS and Caps by the case low for cash by M
B. ELLISON & CO. .ASTILE Soap for sale by
Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut st. G Feb 24 H F ABELL.

Oil Cloths and Carpets.
1' PCS Oil Cloth, 1 and 2 yards.wide;
1 3 pcs super Ingrain Carpeting;
2 Stair "
10 Tufted Rugs,
For sale by WM. G. PORTER CO.
Dec 30 41 Water street.
S N'LE and double, lor sale by
.lilv 17 J. C. ALLEN.
G eics e Flour, Gosihen Butter,
A Da sweri i article ot CHEESE, for sale
)'i E. McCULLY,
N, 1 i50 Water st.
S OTCH, Snuff, in bladder, for sale by
July 15 I. I'. ABELL.

1M ADE on shipments of Cotton to Liverpool,
.V Havre, New York and Boston, by
Dec 16 D. R. WOOl) & CO.

Hlydr static Ink Fountain.
A FEW Hvdrostatic Ink Fountains, Pen Racks,
,Sand Bxs, Paper Folders, Stamps, Seals,
Paper Clasps, Weights, &c. for sale by I
Nov 18 J C ALLEN
3r OZ. Sulp. Qui. ine, just received and for
April 27 H F, ABELL,

5O HHDS fl- Iri.-.. .:' tierces Florida,
B for sale by B. ELLC, 1r, & CO.
ec 30 Co Water and Chestnut stt.


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VIEW2 Alternate
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JPEGs JPEG_Viewer()
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INT1 Interface
UFDC UFDC_Interface_Loader