S St ate Bights an Southern Interests.-Measures before en..
OL. L .PENSACOLA, FLORIDA OCTOBER 6, 1847. N. 14.
TO THE PATRONS
We are in treaty to purchased 1
former Editor and Proprietor
that Paper will cease and deter
October next, another shee
auspices; and if industry, per
aire to please will aught aid in
rally acceptable and valuable,
not to disappoint the most s
friends, and of those persons w
W 0 ~ -
THEY. WHO HAVE '-SOWN THE
WIND, MUST REAP THE
Why the Publisher and. Prorie-
tor" of the Pensacold Gazette should
have allowed such a virulent andun-
dignified notice of this journal to find
admittance into the editorial columns
of his paper;. we are at a loss to
imagine.-Surely, a 'gentleman-of' his
unencumbered and. clearly percep--
tive intellect, ought to .ha&e known.
better.-But, perhaps, the head and
front'" of our offending is-.-WE ARE
IN HIS WAY. While,' we-: ,may-
(ouritsh, less coppers nay jingle in his:
)ocket; but of our acquisition" to,
1-the community" of Pnesacola it is:
f6t them, not an interested individual,
to judge. We are filly aware that for
years (Whig and NEUTRAL") the-
,.cuniary salvation of the- GOaitte de'
peinded upon "the perquisites" from
a, Democratic Government-and: its
very existence' EVEN NOW as a
press, hangs upon the bounty extended
to it,by officers of that Government..
With regard to our size, we wonder
what kind of an appearance the te
zette would' present divested of six ov
seven columns offead advertisements,.
which refer to goods, &c., long since-
lkposed of-all of which are placed.
tre to delude the unsuspecting into
It belief that it was in an amazingly
perous- condition. We will wager
or old shoes,. that the profits of: the
whole of the standing advertisements,
as far i:s he (the Publisher) is con-
cerned, would not pay for hisgrocery
We .thank the Great Author and
Disposer of our being, that- he has
-given us a spirit ofself-independence
which will not quail before power,
oppression or persecution-and which
bas never yet broken the bread of
ileneas, or scorned to earn an honest
0ivelihood-in preference to an easy
dependence, in far country, on rela-
tions and friends. In this we did: but our
duty. An4 if those poor witlings w.ho
Wtve affected to sneer at us,, anony,
ms liy, had known the pride we felt mi
it, they would have spared themselves
the little fruitless trouble it gave them,
SfoTo hose, if there- are such; who
Malig and oppose us, wepronounce
out bitterest curse-it is FO RGIVE-_
A4ESS. We have no other return to
V KIt is of no use. We gan't be- neu-
ttl. We have trie4 bard, but the
t 'mti impoaible. The ,Proprietor
t*Gaetto is Whig, the .ditor is
W- tbhe communitv is Wlhig, and
te mi be Whig" (a)
(*)4 6 Gosdo gaci, May.5 IS(.
31' THE LIYE OAK. AACKNOWLEDGMENTS. THE RIGHT WAY" TODO IT;
F THE LIVE OAK.We tender to the New Orleans The following Resolution was- in-
lielS--- Picazyune, and Delta, our sincere produced by Mr. T. F. HalJiday, and
thanks for their kind and generous fa- adopted unanimously, at the Whig;
the interest and good-will of the vors. Convention lately held int Ocala, Ma-
Srion cQunty, in this, State:
of, THE LIVE OAK-if so, INCIDENTS, OF LIFE;. ITS CIR- Resolved, That the establishment of:
nine from and after the 19th of CUMSTANCES AND REALI- a Printing Press in this place-shouldi
t issued under a new name and TIES.i be a matter of congratulation to our
We intend, in, a series of numbers fellow-citizens generally, as it furn-
severance, and, an earnest de- of our new issue, giving, under the dishes a means of .diffusing correct
rendering the issue more gen- above title, the lights and shadows" intelligence, a medium of advertising
re de ing in the life of a Journeyman Printer, in to business men, furnishes facilities to.
, we hope in those particulars two hemisphires. It will be the Bio- the officers of this and the adjoining:
sanguine expectations of our graohy of one whose life, from thu counties, in the transaction ofthe pub-
ho may be predisposed to favor cra l,, has been a varied scene of lie- business, gives information to en-
clodd and tempest; of toil, o(f surtow, terprising men, at a distance of the
and of suffering-a Register of joys,! resources, of this county,. andt is- in.
rOHN D. O'CONNELL. blighted in the bud; of hopes, which many other respects calculated to
put forth their leaves,. as in the balmy promote the prosperity of;this part of
S- ---. hour of Spring, and feels themselvesI the State. We, therefore,.recommend-
make for injury than that "-sufferance chilled by the blast of Winter--a to the citizens of Marionr and' the ad-.
is the badge" of all that class-t whom Book, in which, wrote he with: the ink 'joining counties, the Ocala Argus for
we belong-the poor and! the friendi- of a DRAco or- the pen ot a J O', both their patronage an& support.
less. MVay they never feel what they would be inadequate to- express the The above' Resolution proves that
inflict--may they neverbe strangers miseries which have weighed him- the good people of Marion county
in a strange land," weighed: down by; dbwn. properly appreciate the- value of a.
difficulties and distress-without friend -- --i Press ; and the course- which the have'
or kindred; and in, the prosecution of OU D 'adopted to sustain it, shows that they
an honest livelihood have, to breast We have already on hand a number a.re Iperally pursuing the right way to
an opposition as, causeless as it is un- of interesting p pers; among them- vince it.
merited, are--" On the Right of Instruction," ,
If we fail in our present undertaklt- by Th mas-Jefferson-Henry-Clay' TE FLORIDA. DEMOCRAT.
ing-if the voice of the press under, Snooks; "On Gynocracy," by a.
our control is destined to be sup. Deuterogamist; On BustieR," by We understand "the sturdy sup-
presssed, we shall, of course, yield Ellen; and a deeply-thrilling sketch porter, of Democratic rights" is now
with. resignation to the decrees ,f of o 'An Editor Going to Bed Supper under te editorial control of Blendon
sPr-vid ence;. less," by one of the Fraternity. Van d un, Ese.i A RABID WoI(.
r0vidence.. j Van BEaun, Esq.*-A RABID WH.I(G-
THE PRESS. TO We cungratulate the Democrats oni
-Nb one, thing- an afford stronger Lengthy political-articles are rarely, the acquisition of a man of his known'
proof of the- growing prosperity of a if ever, read; Brevity is the soul ofalent and ability
place, than the encouragement which wit." tae and a.lt
is bestowed upon: THE. PRESS-it M).-T OA- r
nos tonlygives li and aImationSto- MONUMENT TO A PRINTER. ESCAMBIA COUNTY.
th e-bosiness of the Planter, the Mer- The South Caolinian, published at Democracy is dead--"dead as a
chant andthe Mechanic; but itis also Columbia, S. C., thus hon-rably no -door nail"-in these diggins. The
& most efficient, auxiliary to the arts twice a late member of the Palmetto Whi2s had only two Democratic can.-
andy sciences generally-indeed, the Regiment: ididates to whip-and they g.ot it..
Press is so intimately allied with eey "Among the deaths in the-Palmet- The following is the result :.
institution, that a liberal' support of t to Regiment we notice, with extreme Representative-Quigles.
is te surest evidence-of their advance- regret, the name of SHADRACK Sheriff--Collins.
meint; for so closely are their inter. WICGGINS, one- of the two belonging. Assessor and Collector-Nicholson.
ests blended, that whatever improves to Ca~tain DeSaussure's company, This is, truly,.the Gibraltar ofWhig-
or iures- the- condition of the one,. who were killed upon. the field ofgery.
equaly improves orinjures the condi- battle.. Hewas a porter by trade,
tion of theother." andserved his apprenticeship in the -D E D
The above paragraph we clip from South' Carolinian office, where he-
the Newport [Fla.] Gazette for the ork at the tune of his volunteering. his residence in this vicinity
attentive consideration of those into Hlis was a noble and generous nature, the his esidhinthis vdieni
whose hands thid sheet may cheancet and though he had, like all of us, his the night of Thrsay, the23dofep-
fall, faults, they were redeemed by many member, a1'clock,Dr. PETO
----------- estimable qualities, which endeared TUNSTALL, in the 52d: year of his,
TO THE PATRONS OF TTHEi him to those who know him most in. age.
LIVE OAK." timately. We learn, with pleasure,. Dr. Tunstall was a native of Spott--
Those who have paid. for a year's that the craft propose paying him a sylvania County, Virginia. He re-
subscription (or for less time), will be Isuitable tribute, by erecting a monu- ceived the principal part of his educa-
served with our new issue to the expi- rment to his memory." tion in East Tennessee. He was for
ration of the time subscribed for; and' This is honorable to the profession, ten: years Surgeon of the U. S. Arse-
those who are.still in arrearage, we soc and a tribute deservedly-earned- by a nal at Mount Vernon, Ala.. For the
licit to come to our support.If they db noble-minded, warm-hearted, and pat- last eighteen months he has resided
not think they will receive the worth riotiCyouthi in this city and vicinity.. By nature
of their mrioney, of course they will Peace to his memory May the he possessed fine- talents : his mind,
withhold their patronage.. flowers of the wild woods forever de- too, was well-cultivated and stored
------------ coratehis resting-place; and the birds with a large, amount of valuable infor-
AID. .. of the same, sing a requium to his ration. His attainments as a physi-
wee are-in, hopes of securing the' ashes cian were allowed, by gentlemen of
services (im the editorial and: mecha- -- his own profession, to be ofabhigh or-
nical department) of a gentleman,
who. is at present most laudably en-
gaged as a Cadmusian; teaching the
( young, ideas. how to shoot"-not
marbles nor rifles-but Noah Webster
andA all his- discendants, from big A,
little a, to, izzard. ,
Ourf reign tad domestic exchange:
mut bear with our barrenness for
awhile.-Ere long, We-hope our paper:
Will be filled with local and-domesti0a
accurrnce,'-worth finding a place in
their columns. -
'^ -The Hon. Thomas Corwih, of
the Senate of the United States, re-
cently addressed the people of CaPr
thage, Ohio, in a speech of two hours,
inr opposition to the war with Mexico.
I say, Jack, can you spell potatoes-
with only one letter.
No-n-either can you.
Now, I reckon I can.'"
Lt,us have it then,
Well, we will put one o--put two-
o'4put three o's-put four o's-put
five o'-s,-put six o's*-put seven o'a--
PT stIe oATW,
der". His feelings were ihose of are-
fined, cultivated gentleman-: hisheart
was generous to a high degree: he-
was-ever willing to share-his last dol-
lar with a friend* or with the leor.
Many of the latter, in this city, on ae-
count of important medical services-
gratuitously rendered, have reason to
bles the day that: he ever fixed his re-
sltr te among u ._
His death is deeply felt by an ami-
able companion, who devotielyJ ved
-and admired hitn; and by a numtr-
-ous circle i friends anT acqtaint--
aces.- --cmnt nicatod.1