Florida Democrat and mechanic's and workingman's advocate (Pensacola, Fla.)

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Florida Democrat and mechanic's and workingman's advocate (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Florida Democrat and mechanic's and workingman's advocate (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Florida Democrat, and mechanic's & workingman's advocate
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Florida Democrat
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Pensacola Fla.
J. & D. Jordan, Junr.
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v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56 cm.


newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )


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Publishers: James & Dillon Jordan, Jr., <1848>; Philip E. Lavallet, <1849>; A. Marzoni, <1851-1856>.
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Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 44 (July 13, 1848).
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Latest issue consulted: Vol. 11, no. 46 (Nov. 13, 1856).
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lereir -'If Florid.
|TqHURI&AS. The iSite nf Flerida,.by
T ad 'Act of the General As subnl'y
iPPtnved Ja.'ii.Lry 6 ith, 1848, entitled
` An A-e te entire, and settle the bodnda-
ry betwe'eate States of Florida and Ala-
*tama," hath tatified and confirmed the
ifgreemont ata'de between the respective
Cmrninisioners of the said States, in re-
frence to amid boundary: A4d whereus-
the said agreement, by the said Commis,
sferirt, hath been ratified hy the Sitate of,
Alabama. the evidence whereof is filed,
In the office of the Secretaay of Stale of
thek Stats of Florida :
MOSzLV,. G,-'ernor of the Stalte of Flori-
da, ia pursuance and by virtue of the
third section of the \ct of the General
Assembly of thin State afres id, do pro-
elaimn the line agreed uipoi by the Cominis-
vinnersiaForesaid and defined by the, said
Act, approved Janutry 61h, 184S, to be
the boundary bmitwen the St*ies aforesaid
tnd that it shall be liencolorth deemed and
takan by all the: authoritqeo and people, of.
.this State Is-the true and only boundary
limie between the Staies of Flerida and
Alabama, to wit: The line commencing
$a the ChaitthoochieiRirer, a place
Know s Irwin's Mills," and runnio
West to the Perdido. marked throughout
by blazes on the irees. and also also by.
mounds of e'rih thrown upon the :ine, at
4*st'nce of 6ne mile inure, or less, from
"t_ other, aTnid c,,mmonly known as the
M-.ud l,mit,'" or Ellicot's Line'",
ted by these maines distinguished frora
snotherlino above, running irre uilarlyat
different di.taaceR (not exceeding one and
a kalf niles) from the M-,und L.ine,"
uad mark,,d by blazzs only and known
-. the Uippr Line," or '" Coffee's Line "
In tpstilnoty wharof. I have here-
tit s,. inmyv handI anti caused the
e ,.. (ireat suil of the State to be al-
ixed. Done at the Capilol, II
the city of Talhihassee. this
26th da y of O. 't 4. D, 1.349.
W. D MOSEILY, Gwe'nor.
Zi. I. MAXWSLL. Secretary of Stale.
liemil'ber 9, 1828. 10 4t
J'All paper&rin the State will publish'
4 iiaes
FROPR1AT'i'IN for tLh service of tile Piuosi
(i6ce Dpaelnrtmenit lor the year ending
he 30tih Jti une, 1849," authori,.es the
ratiaportatioi, of the nmail ly the Charles-
too. Key West, anid Havana line, "el by
oetr steamers, to such other plcees on
t.. a coasL of Florida aA the Poet Maisier
(-Je"' neral iwiy dec-i praeticablt" and expe
deail," and appropritias therelbr..tie sUIIn
et *5,0,1t1. To enAble said law to be put
tatu operation.
,Proposals fIr carrying the mails of the
halted Statos from the Ist of February
1849. to te 30ih June, 1851, inclusive
will hbe received at the Contract OfficV ol
tie Post Office Departieni, in the cia'
af Wmihington, until 9, a. m., of tihe '25ht
*diy of Dr-cember. 1848. (to tbe decided
tie naxt dv,) ,a 'he routes and iii the
mnsielr and time he Iein specified, viz:
No. 3539. From St. Augustine, by
.laiyrua, Indian -liver, Sian iLucte, Jupi
rer. Miami, Key Largo, tndidnt Key
Key Vrsc, Charlotte H'irhor. Savatsota
Tunipa, Cedar Keys, St .Mlarks, Apa
tachiutota, St Joseph's, ani St. Andrew's
o Pensjcola, twice a oathh anrid back,
la bteaiiboatlt.
Sep.irdte proposals for seBcltoB of the
frlive routes a.& folio vs will be considered,
' From St. Augustine to Key West.
Frurn Pcnsacola to Apalachucola.
From Apalachicola to Tainpi.
From" Tn'mp4 to Key West, supplying
--ia each case the iitternediate points.
Proposal' for weekly service oB the
,above routtsor s'ctioa.i of routes, will i!
se be considered.
EBach proposal should be aeeompanied
-.bye. cuar:intee, signed by one or m6re
fponisible persons, in the following man-
etr rig : ,
"The undersigned gtuarantv
that ,if hi. bid for errying the
wnail from to be ac
cep.ted hy the Post Master General, shall

.tak'q into an obliatimn prior to the
.lr$ iey of Fe.b'uiry kext, with
SioodId sufficient sureties, LO perform the
e'jip proposed."
'. Thi'sihKoud be accompanied by the cer-
tldia'te6bl-a Post M.later, or other eq'iiv-
alent t6siriony, th'. the guarantors are
S an of property, and able to make good
their guarantee
S. The prop(osal should be ent to tie de
\ e '"* ieat sehlti, endorsed *-Proposals for
; No. 3,539, in Florida and address
S' 'd to the irst assistant Poiaemaster Gene
Tr Por the 'prohibition of bids resulting
r *-.irh ~oMibietation, and the terms and cbn
S" tions-r on whi'it 'he contract is to be
S !adrl, se4 the last annual advertisement .
'" -*"*'4 .. J-O.H NON. Postmaster General
...' td e tgeps" eet, Wuahington.
P; .-- ,aacela, Oct. 5ih 1848-5-3m

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a, Oc.
g O't N'.'.- .iT- fl,,ork,, upon, the
i .** Q|^e& ^^^~ hild-Minth.
.'*^ ..eisselboff M. U.,'lale QfPjAris

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,...,ln... ola, Flor..i..... l l...da January, 18 1 ..849 .
Tol 4; '4, Pensacola, Florida January, 18 2849,

subjects of the highest importance to mar-
ried persons., or those contemplating mnr
riage. it will be found of special value
to those whose me.ins: health, or other
cireiumstances do not pertnlt them to in-
crease the number ot t hair farmly, with
out great incotvsniance, aufferitig, or
perhaps risk of lie's. A method of avoid
ing these troubles and dangers at will
(recently discovered br a e lOhrated
Frenehi phviciarl) is fully communicated
in this work, so thdt anv person may avail
himself of it at onece. The means cost
comparatively hothing, and are within the
reach of all. The process is new, safe,
iufalhibip, convenient, simple, and cannot
injure the health of' ti-e most delicate.-
Now dtes it curtail matri:monial privileges
in the least.
Copies of this work will 2be sent. in a
close envelope, at a single letter postage.
10t any part o'f tile IJuitpd States lor $1
sent po-t paid, to Dr. R. AI. \Veiselhot!
Box 0271 New York City. Copyright
secured. No Buokscllers allowed to sell
this work.
Pensacola 14, L64S.3.

ONEE ofi the most remarkable instances
J of the success which attends well
applied energy and perseverance, is ex-
hibited in the case of Dr. DAVID JAYNE,
ol Philadelphia, with wlhoe advertise-
hnets the rea-lers of thie Register are
fnimiliar. Ttue DicLtor, after spending
rany.v years of his lile in practice, and a
eareiul invt.tiwation ofl the origin and
ehaiacteroelf d .eases, applied himself to
'hu preparation of remedies, and thie ex-
cellence ef hi.4 compounds is attested by
ine graletul thanks of thousands, who
have proved the beneliti (if his skill and
zcieiiufic knowled-e. His are nerit mere
quack nostrunis but Ipreparations result-
ing from lung and careful- study, and as
l1ity scive, in an eminent degree, the
o,,d purposes for which they -were in
tended. succe-s has followed the proprie-
tor's enterprise and labors. His stabiish-
ment is now one, of ,the largest in the
United States, and beside's furnish ng
every city, lowi, and township in the
country with his invaluable medicines,
he ships, annually, immense. quantities
t foreign lnds. .- '.-- '
In the proseetition of his plans for
bringing his ,pecifics to t he notice of the
whole of ieoplf, Dr. JAYNEB has issue
a Family Ahlinanie, containtig eertifi-
cites and testimonials of the highest
character We see it satcd in the Ger-
iin t1own Telegraph, that,." last year, one
rinloai of thie Almaancs ere published
for I S48, anid all distributed. This year,
ilia dein.ind ifor ;849 ie so great, that two
power presses, drive by steam, are run-
ning day annd night, with a double set 'of
hamis, alid are unable to meet the demands
ot the public for the Almaniacs.Indeed,
\leasra. STAYTELY & M'CALLA, wh "do
the rreas wvrk, have found it necessary,
t'i meeL the wants of the publisher, to ob-
tain a tAird power press Two millions
a1t" a half copies will be required for
1849, conusuining f'rota twelve to fifteen
Lhousind reams of paper, and iact'rring
tn e.p,-nso, at the very s'mrall rate of two
cents each copy, antd we cannot see how
they canl be firnimihed at so low a price-.
ol fif.y Ihosiain.'l dollars! This is w-on-
derlul, exhibitimm, as it" does, one of-'the
msit remarkable instancesfiof enterprise
tiri record.
But it must, be reme0imbered that this
lhrge sum, which is a fortune of itself, is
entirely given away-the whole two mil-
lions amid a half of Almanacs are. gra-
tuiliusly given t e merchants, storekeep-
era, families and individuals, with a view
to their general gratuitous distribution
throughout lhe United Startes.
T['he position of Dr. JAYNIB is an ell-
viable ose achieved by Lis oown unaided
energy, industry, and ent,-rprise-draw-
ing largely from t'an extensive ,knowledge
ol medical jurispridettce-and He now
o-,tarilis at the head of the discoveries .' of
mnedicines bfor 'the million," which ha.v
not only been pronounced to be noequalled
as reniedi-s, for lhe diseases set
apart by the proprietor, &cc., but destined
to confer upon this family incalcu-
lahle beitefits in the forni of ,restored
health, and prolonged existence.-No'-
rislewn Register. : .

J. 0. SMITH,
Druggist Pensaeola.

cagh-oae fourth in 6 months-one fourth in 12
mr>ninh and one fourth in 18 months, with inter-
tst and the paymnentissecured on the property.
More precise information will be given by the
libecriher to am.y persons enquirini, either by
letter or personially.I
E Mobile Register publish ones a week for
3 months.
Pensaeola, Sept. 18, 1848-4-3m

FOR SAL ]g''
The NEUTRAL, PRESS of thisBCity.-
The 'I'ipe-s ar noW, and the Press a superior one.
It will be @,ld ui very moderate terms, and in its
purchase a fine bargain oan. be had, Apply to
the proprietor.. JOS Q.U[GLW3.
Peneac*j, July 13 1849.

Only 50 ets. per copy.-3 copies for l1,
A new -dition of this important Matri.
monial Companion, has just been issued,
under the editorial sepervision of R. .i.
WEISSELH6FF, M. D., late of Paris.
Pirolfessor of' Midwifery, and autlihor of (he
celebrated work or Gestation and Child-
Birth," which hashad such an extensive
sale in Europe and America. .
This edition is a vast improvement
upul-, MauiIceau's old work, which was
chiefly designed to inducethe. reader to
purchase MN. M. Desomeaux's-Powders
and. Instrument, to prevent an undesired
increas- of lamily, at an expense of $10
-and his Portuguese Female Pil'ls at
$5 per box. In this edition, there is no
part of the original French work with
held. The whole secret of .1. M. Deso-
meaux's instrument and' method is iullv
revealed and described, and the recipe of
Desoineaux's Portuguese Female Pills is
given entire in plain English terms, so
that the purchaser will a,.tually get
. t *1 : * + .T ,
Every person, wlo.-hao1s been deceived
by the trick of, Mauriceau's work shonl.d
purchase this, and thas escape the extor-
tion which he attempts to practice. After
leadingg this edition, any ooe may avail
himself of Desomeax's invention, at once
without a do)l;r of expense, in any village
in the Unitied States.. All the secrets of
Manricean, Desomneaux and Geissner
as here fully revealed. There is no other
edition worth purchasing.'
Single copies of the Married Woman's
Private Medical Companion, will be sent
by mail, in a ciose envelope, to any part
of the United States for 50 cenfits, post
paid, to Dr. x. x. WEISSELHOFF,
Box 2710, New York City, or THREE
paid letters will be taken from the Post
Office. No agen's whatever, are em
plored& to sell this NEW EDITION,
which can only be obtained by sending
as above Publication Office, 258 Broad-.
way. N Y. City..


A dew-and beautiful edition of this cel-
brated work, on the subject of GE-T'A-
'M. Weisselhoff.' D, late of Paris, has
just been issued-in New York. It is a
work which should be in the hands of
every MAN and, WOMAN who 'has
incurred, or intends to incur, the respon
-sibilities of the Marriagm state. It will
be found of special value to those whose
'mens, health or other circumstances,'do
not permit them to increase the number
of their family, without great inconveni-
ence, siufifering, or perhaps risk ef life.-
A method of avoiding these troubles and
dan'grs at will, (recently.
a celebrated French Physician) is fully
communicated in this work.' The means
of prevr'ntion, eoat' comparatively noth-
ing and are within the reach of all. The
process is new, safe, infallible, convenient
simple, and cannot injure the health of

'the most delicate.-& Noi dos it curtail
Pbl -Sale of Mill Properly. 'matrimonial privileges in the least.
T HE-- auhmeriber, as Trustee of Joynet-r & no, deception of humbuggery
Vauiighan, will offer for sale in the city oh of any kind about this work.' It is pre-
Pentacola, on the first Monday in Janaary next,! cisely vhat its title indicates& scientific
the' valuable Mill properly laeiy belongirg to -- ation, c. tai i.. information of
said firm- The Mit litulated 40 miles north of public,
Pensacola,'captains two saws and isbuilIt n the great value to married people, or those
very beat style ahd has been running only one contlemplating marriage,; expressed in
wear. k he stream of water is boldWand never plain la,;guage wiich all an inhaadertand
railing, and ihe country iii the vMnity nm heavily ', w s i i e ean
..'' - / '" .L" Thne ''e s -11d oi, and the lleans
tim.roed. There are 80 acres.a longing tu the e whole .. s .
track andany desirable quantity of land maybe ol acenomplishing the'objects of the work
entered at Goveranment pricees-adijacent to the Mill fully and faithfullyy giv-en-, so '*that the.
tract. leader may aail himself of- it once, with-
At the' aime time, will be suld a urobY 9 -
Oxen,maOrtx, imptenmimnts, SLc., Jongmgg lo o out purchaing any ine~iicn, :i~utrtmenm,
mill. -' h for other article, fuom lahe author",- The
Tei4-030&W ofeetef & aea P1,41" ISB< Mow ef'ratciWon wiloe i i recu,iefd

may also be relied upon, without I
di-appointment or injury.
Beware of a cntch penny fraud
this work, at 25 cents,; which ': is
decoy, to promote the sale of Mauiri
or Desomeaux's instrument at $1
ihe same object that the work itsc
tends tobe written, the real secret
original work being with notes add
his own hand, tean obtain it only by
irg directly to him, is he employs
genti whatever, and never sells the
ati wholesale-thefore no Book
Pedhar, Poastmster or Bookselle
pu,tibly furnish the genuine work.
ware, therefore, ofralse copies ain
stations, which may not only be wort
but dangerous I All infringements
copyright are promptly prosecuted
cheats will only sell abiidged oral
copies. This is the only original anc
work-no other can'be genuine. 'I
sand of copies have been sent by mail
perfect safety.
Copies of this work will be sent)
close envelope, at single letter postal
any, part of the United States for $1
Post paid, to
Box 2710, New York Ci

SI, 1849.
8 to 20 Splendid Weod etgray
each Month!i I!
Tn B unrivalled Family Magazine
versally ,acknowledged by the Pre
ihe best American Periodical public
offers at the commencemevt of the 3
ume unusual inducemlents tu subser
/Is features hereafter will be entire
nie ican, including,
A series o i' Engravings, from ltie ]
iigs of our beat atits. including
Gtgnoux, Durand, Edmonadsa and o
is in- vigorous preparatioun,and the
pencil ofr iew uninimittble
is now actively engaged in eariehing
deit with his ;
Portraits? of the, Public Men of Ame
Tie PORTRAITS 0O Diftewul
.AMERICAN DivIxSs will be continue
every No., as heretofore, with lifi
sketches of their lives slad miaist
Each No. will b filled with
and will embrace everything Amu
Instrueltive, and Readablb now in pro
in the world.
As a Family magazine, ihe Edi
coiifident that sno rivalry can affe
uppositioti lessen its value aid worth
ho offt re it to the world as, in tone,
acter, literary merit, and illustrative
The Model Magazine!!
No family in the liqad can afford
without Hfldern in its circle ; fur
suci1 a periodicle can be obtained one
for the .trifle o; '
who will not wish to subscribe .
SThe great feature of Holden is;
while being peculiarly American in
meant and feeling, it gathers and embi
all 'the beauties of the French, En
and American Periodicals, while disi
ing.their follies and views. A combine
of the Encylopedia, the Gazetteer
Quarterly Review,and the Weekly IN
paper, it is yet separate anid distinct
all, Juit possessing enough of their vat
qu0ilfications~tocomnmenid itself to. e
reader. : ,
See what thb Press says of Hob
So "TThe Editor's tale is very
and smusing-in some respects eqi
thai of the Kuickerbocker."-N. Y. E
Septemberis anmexcellent number:
literary coiktents are varied and intbrei
the sketches of liing American Poet
Divines cafinnot fail of giving. theu w
very popular character. The Editor's
is lively and piquant, and the book no
copious and candlid. We undisiand
circulation of this Magazine isIrapidi
sreasinhg.-Horace Greely,of hahe .
Tribtfne. ... .
September number of this work has
received, and to simply may that ithis l
unable publication would not he d41i
ti'e te ilts meintra' ^I ia ti.B '.fc'?

-I-" -C __~~_ _I~II Ip'''

glish them. But this evening, in consequence YORK.- Maria' Kloster, the woime who'
card. of my father's absence, [feel unusually was so severely wouided in the affray at
nation lonesoame, and if we were not bordering the coiner ofHeiy ard Walnut street;
Sthe on the superstitious. I might reason as you NDi oirk, on Friday last, has 8o far're,
46ws. bhae,' and say, I consentito your, slaying; covered a-to make a cliar statement of
from fwor similar feelings have been mine fre the affair, aiid wil probably get weh.; The
tr 0 i A'" "- ... ';" "
ious you 'arrived, from what cause. I cannot Globe, of Tuesday, aays.:
Overy imagine.' I "She aays that Geiger eaCme into the
The evening passed delightfully away; room occupied by Marks and herself, about
den: my young hostess'was intelligent and eleven o'clock on-,riday morning, and
Y rich lovely ; the hours flow so quick that on after turning the key in the door, said to
ual ts looking AiRmy watyb,h I was 'surprised to her--"s.Maria, are you'married to thi4mai'
evan. find that it was eleven o'clock. She replied "No, but t)lt she ioon expec-
This was the signal of retiring; and by ted to be so !" Uponi this bi pulled out
LI for twelve every inmate of the house was two dirks, and handing on to marks, cried
The probably asleep, except myself. I could out, "Take tlis and defend your wminm"
tisting not sleep,-strange visions floated' adrosi He then caught her .round the waist, and
s and my brain, and Ilay twistingg and turning stabbed her twice, when she fell to the
orIs a on the, bed, in all the agony of sleepless floor, and falited. through loss of blood,
table suspense. Theclock struck One" its last but not before she heard the casbiin of
otices v'ibratiing sound hai, scarcely died away, the two dirks against e,ch other. From,
' the when the openin, oC a shutter, and the that time htf memory fidled her and she.,
yin' raising of a sas&* ih one of the low*r a-r.recollects nothing further. 8se was, for
S.Y. apartments convinced me some ionrii wits the fist' time informed yesterday ,.of-the
-Tetiterink the house. A noite followed as death ofoeiger andf uarke. hhad'
-The oX person jumping fron the winow.'.lt effect upon her. Maria : a arlh"ar'
ben s'to ihi floor, $n' then followed the &H ibore than ordinary attractiona"
Sval-., end almost nbiseleis step ofone sawe ;' sa. 1 '.
jus ithe istaitr way. At Washington. land Warrenls s toWtl'
a I slept in ithe ioomn, adjoining, th lo inteiO a107-and,108,-. r
'' .. ', ,c> ,',u l "'-. ,' : '; ,* '. t

""jrli ^ *'- rt^ ... -- ' "' "' ^ -- "B'
oecupiei by the iaW ; -Innr
tli *he staircasi-te "e ,'aiA mtob -
I H / ;f 'Perv elow'e-rd outiOU. 1 hadfet
A my pMstol, and'slippp4 on piM t ftyc@ ea
,' determined to watih or liitf totftight i.
... T\"r: f A' "n+i" .."+: +:': monresseemingrly tyslTuteto yttse piaos igykl

1A ) D vO "H A I the sound ot'steps stopped-f ly
SAtheTn foEllwf d one as of' tplyMitWiV
to0thoekey-hole and a'low bltg bi.
Number 20. vin, .edme thA vilFain-was Iistil..r. 1
B__B___B______B_______________B_ stood Iotdooslesk, the pistol firinlbi4hia.
N6"..."'r'nusclie moved nor a Dory Vi
rear of zines, and must soOn assume its place at slack.ned. for I felt as if heaven bad l
the head oftheliterary Press.-Deiocrat, lected me oat as the fastrumnpti W fQe1
THIS Blooitsburry, N- Y. its purpose,
HOLDN' o DOLiiLAR A oAziwrB-The T'he person now SlowIv passed o0, Ana
I upon August No. of this sterling journal is now I as cautiously mpproebed the dda of'
only a upon'our table. Ing lancing over its con- bed chamber.
ceau's tents we are forcibly struck at the sper- Inow went 'by instinct, or raiherb
10, for or arrangement of every thing appertain- the rqnvevainc of sound ; for as lo'da .
If pre. ing to Literature andArt. The articles heard his hnnd ?rasp the latch ofwteo o,
o my are all of a high order-for surpassing any mine seized op the other--a deep'sileute
ed by thing that appears .in Girahamrn's," or followed this movPm,.ent .it me4 .... *a-
send- "Godey's Lady's Book." The typography he heard the sound and xwaitcdhe #
no A- of the NJ. before uts, is most excellent, tition ; it came not-all w ls:. i ell- !i
work vieing in whiteness of paper and clear- have considered it the ,of e hba ow',
Agent, ness and distinctness of type,, with ary noise. I heard the do `6a Ioty'.t
r can 2sibnilar. work published ,in the United also opened mite, :and t i cB
.Be- States,-Republican, Jackson Tinn.. I stepped in..t- heei'-
A imi- HOLDEN'S -DOLLA,. AOAZIN Is the glimpse of a tail man enterifi'twe ligbtliz
bless. most interestiag.pnrduetioi, of popular lit- chamber of the young lady.
of the erature. that we kno0W. The price. as its I softly stepped alhmg rhe ntrv. and ap,
Sand, name implies, is but one dollar a .'ear preached the chamber; through the hifgi
lterer and we recommend everybody to subrcribe opened door I glanced my eves into eti
I true,. or it-Advertiser, Lowell,.Mass. room. No object was vriible sate tl
rho^, We believe there is no oiher periodi. curtained bpd, wi:hin who" sheek Ia).
I witd cal publis-hedin America that contains 'an the intended victim tin a midnight a asamw,
much choice reading matter, and such and he, gracious heaven I a NEtRO I ft
ia 61 excelleotengravings,for so little, rMoney." at that moment a tall, fieree-lookiag bla
e, t -Star, Houson, Texas. man approached the bed, and never w-r4
, sKrt Over three thousand, five hundred aim- Othelio and Desdemani. h ore naturally
ilar notices have been received, but these represented--at least that particular eene
must suffice. ofthe immortal bard's conception.
it, The object f the Editor has been te I was now all suspense; my heat ste'1e4
give a Three Dollar magazine for one into my throat almost to su*acation, il
S third price, and a glance at Holden's "will eves to crackinIg. a I made a,
Show the result. Now, he only asks the the room. I'_
TI 1 support of the community, and in return- The black Tirflainl h ruwhlessslt drna.
S11 will give improvements as tihey are -de- ged part of the coveriniT off the bede, wht
jARY manned. the sound of my foot caused kb 1to tu.
Now is the time to subscribe, as those ie started. ani, thus eonfronte., *e atc]
S sending first will receive the first impres- gazing on each other' a feu .1cede
Flag sons of the engravings. The No' caln his eyes shot fire--fury was. pictdS
be furnished from Jaly 1848, if wished by his eourntinanee. He made'a ring to-
si.sib~scribern-tlrat Makclmnin rd
uni sbribert a otk coPmenceing wards me.'and the next momam *,,gl
s as the previous volume. torpnir on the flor.
isned, TERMS FOR 1849--(I[N ADVANCE.) The of the pilol aroused the fatr
d Vol 1 copy, On. Year, $1 00 steoper.;he started intheaedauidea
ibers. 5 copies, .4 QOan angel of the white clouds eitefrfi
Y A 20 coper, 15,60 from her downy. bed t t orup t
PREMIUM.. ski-s. Jt
Postmasters, or others, ,sending 20' The first thing that presented 'belffp
names and 15 dollars will receive Vbl. her vie*, was myself standing ear h'eit.
IL. of Holden's Magazine, haad onray With a'pistol in my hand.
H1ES. bound in muslin and gilt edged, 'Oh do not murder me I-take all-.yoka
Paint- Address (post-pIaid.)' cannot-will not kill me, air V'
Cole, CHARLES ;W. HOLDEN. Tr sprvants now rushed in-1il wtO
tkers, 109 Nassau street, N.; Y. explained. The'wrebh tariad d t do
aiie .. .. -........ -- ...... be-t vagabond, supposedd to 'be i rTinawa
Th. Midaight Assasin. sla, fro" Virginia.' I had the Pidvidaa
-. u. a tia opporttnity'ofresciiing 6ne from il."
| Hal- I was on m t way to P -- Li th falq worst of fate, who in after y-eani. .le'
Hl *aonmy way in6alNmehusbnd4eld Irlatd
of ,18-: it was towards the cold evenings me huoand and related io our childac
rlherh rt MiTerMt O'suo8CUes faioi h i iik
ricaa. in the first fall month, when i v horse o aid ape mtheboldaltatt
si8 stopped suddenly before a respectable o
ed i house, about four miles fromnN.-. ,. M.STIRoUS,--- e .ar from- c
h -ke There was something strhge iaid re- Springfield (Maaseh'tu ts)0t RRepublien,
try.- markable in this action of ny horse, nor d-at..abut. thre. weeks. a n i"iviual-,
would hemovea stepin spite of all my calling himself "D.. l-hber "U iiig it
exertions to move him on. charge a young and beautiful femrl, .ap
I determined to gra.ifv this whim, and pareitly in ft-eble, heath, arrived at NortK
at the same time a strange presentiment Adams in the nighutrainuof cars, procred
which camea over me--a kind of super- a hack, and went in the-Oight'o his 6umw
natural feeling indescribable, seemed to in Willianatowa. On there way 'to ..
rTH mr e to enter Having knocked, and li e formed driver
-t, laprstw, n Srequested to be conducted to the'lady or she came thr. from Alby. and ,at h_
rsi::g, gentleman of the houte, I was'ushered ihto parents lived -out West '! h was richly'
>grss a neat sitting room, where. sat a beautiful dressed and her whole bearing beapkt
gi1. of about 20 years of age. She r^ie polished breeding. She remained at l
itor is at my entrance, ard seemed a little sur- house scarcely sen byany one save
ect, or pricedd at the appearance of a perfect strain-,,Doctor." and bys wie- h o tudi
',a'nd *^ ^ W ""^er.-Dotr-n 'is wife,; who .uwdioasl
char- e ." ,. .... concealed her name and parentage. QA-
char- iai a few words I related to her the Sunday last ... diedin gre. t distrees...
beau- Strange conduct of. my horse, and' his 'refusing to give theolasat clusts her his,.
stubborn opposition to my mind. am1 tory, perso0nswhu forced their Way"to hej
not,. observed. supersrztious, nor inlined bedside. The affair producedgeat ex-
'TU- o the side of the metaphysicial doctrines citement in Williamamown, a*d iat eo.
of those who support them; but the mertem examination, wa. made It we
to be strange unaccounatable feeling that crept the opinion that she died of quici coiisurn.
when over me i n'attempting to pass your hbuse, tion.- A cor"n-r's- -ry i i"r"e-tiga
I year induced me to aolicit lodging for rthe the master .
nih. ,n ., ,, !t waa supposed by sonine that this waw
We are not;' she replied, well guarded, the .long lost daughter of str RayM.arsh of
t,s true; but i.this part of the coutty Butfalo N. T.;,bt: he aiu we have little to fear from robbers, lor we having received a ietteifiom her, showing
that, have never heard of any being near us; that she is alive and well. *
senti- we are eurrourded 1V good neighbors, ,
bodies and I flatter myself we are at peace Uibh THE LATE $1.OODY APrRAY 1N N1,


Ia .J ,

Sudf fxkTAatpcr ,'on board oj an dead, o0 fright i mass&f nA gled afIi 's# % OI NV 1 libN9-RS)- ,Fb
r t epmer=-.fvefty-two. 'Lives ost. and dea, a s'cldacle enough to 0ip,al ...ic iqL.lntelligei..p.eIonyis a I er
tti gsht reports reached the i44-est LIrt.' Mi,, *omen,. and lr* lom 3arker, oTt'e\$ Orjeaa, sie
I,pqil,.oa,iT'rribLe loss of lire .which clitidcen 'wre uJJled togetlhr, black aeliat notable as i po iticiaf and fiaicier,
Wctci,'ed,on.board or th din steamer l.oi 1e,11eed with suzti ta u n, disioned by con- to an office seeking friend, fromin which
:,0F i.yg p' -between Sligo and this vulsions, bruis-dd. anid, bleeding (funm ithe ,ve make the Following extract in iHe tiiupe
L....'l o.shthe. ir, accounis were desperate bru.lte fi xis.tIenee whlie h that it may be useful to such ofourreaders
trqaieIv, incorrect aid t(orrible, vet prceded Lle.4e .lnut th.hti exhiusied ri- as are anxiuis to engage in the servicee
wt L ,., truth became ku)own, it was lure resigned ithea trie. After some lim of the~r cuttry ,
qkohnjl4...ihe lss Iof life had be,% rath- Wi living were separated traoim the dead, 1 our heat chance of success *.-ill he
or u~detstated ; while, though .aqie!ual sad it was then found that their lalt-r a- n vour miends immediately preparing a
B.etir.had beencominnitted, tihe details of iouite0lI !p nterly oie-lihll o'l the e.iaire pet.on representing your pdrtliular quali-
hftel'qr'latioi, were ...i, t whit the les mber. icatn for the office, Wlithul ainy rele-r-
rro" ~_" and di.tresn.. than th ".f uta&Ilin Juhui-tt)ie appears at length t,) enhe io ur political views or tih ptrerait
fot r t-rtd story first tra.saiilt..( hst',u be-n awaire tirj he had be- incurnbnt. I1f they shlmild lilunk atl Ip) I-
lTe first report Avas. that the paseni oine a niai actor in sc'e ift ,t' ntinle muSt y n;,cssary lor ap|llykig tor a i thi'.-4
.etrs had been piuudlerrd b' a t'ang f rob- l'irible caliatii. But, he 'As uuncertamii not vacant,' they can say, 'presumiTg -he
.era., whl.rit oa board al-rob ,:ne eml. 'What to do. He put h's steaimer aito J ktet. yio weie'rich in inqtevLa. 4ht Litih Fovli, but it nas I'elve hours be principle of rot ii,,rn in office, &,:., v;c
,q ws, that .the porer clm f'Upas- lore he couidt mak.nil his mid to0 a*.- olhiug aluetit your havi,.y suppc ,iteIl I? l
rkpb a atlatt .ked- a.e .ritraer,. d .,ha u qu -,V ,-r,. .clio,, o i ,. Tash, r, your pnr-rtv. ut
og,--a tisned nir'erd -i ilisuy b-rvuucina a i
i el.lir r h il e purinlja o ,f g.'ttmi their Let.L it ahoud le suposed that the ebove yaur conneculuin '%ith a newIp'fr. ; Ic;
tn,.yvr th l tail i atm -me t, are incot.rree'.- extract ,ilgltt conv'ty but an imnpresiui, ill i these niaiers hbe staject ul curihdeuiral
l. ,I' ckttckluIg I'act remaidis.. hit. oi rrttiVt, aiutdi t ht rru r ailt ctuitfudoni. laue fOlutiuelU.ication by your l'nii-nd; let I it.
,i1w Vh. yy week-, a dreadlul at- i- how 11 l ilt? ai t11i0 l ofl the ,t,er 1)..iioii he si.b 'ciib-d by as many t 'repec
3't-ff1'oni b, ,ard lhe f teanlitf-r ag cabin described \ hen eii:ered ua l .,a1- 'ale merclhaniits nis.posbible, and pI` -ni,-d
I4 tl.ha tl4Ir.. ,r...a~d frilm Slun day l uin inirg by the M, yor anid nitgi- )i. the Presidi-nt by tlhe Stcretuiy ef the
Tr. su s om a le fttd
't,, Is h i \1',y.. .Wap1w t., .. seu ,iv tiaues ot L'-Wr'4 : "1rIasura as ,ooa as lie shall, be alal vuilt ,
yrsonas,.inw, women.nd -cliildr~n luhi- i 1 eati.e on ielitilg lihe stetrag, let 1Li be a dtrinfi-d ducunmeut, ihti cuuld
TatoLi their l'i'.-3 by 'sufi-naii, ia I the sit:-amier w\., jeit hap. as a% lul bie sent toi thfe Sri-ite a li' hey ,hoimld it q'ire
.,!lpeas t t about fi r o'clock on spe.d.ble as cuiald be wiia'.-Ad ..'Sere' uilti)rnmation belore they pads o th ll noini.
tu.. _' ti,- ; of *I "csnber. the l 0..d d l buuit-n Ilel, wuoflirl, and cli. I l .,dtitll."
'LIP,.0 % l t~l~t lqI 1. of '1 1 -tie ". ther t p "
rpo'aboa L arluuiderv rIt hp harbor o del at" ", P "e ii "ii "r.iitii telv, "i er t-a .C A
,l I .,''hTre. vfre b,.mr,l her three ethr, lour deep, jil pn.btIutig r Lie 'h u' ru p A
: bl .gA r sse te rs, a nu im b.r oft ,sheep ap 'e "' ra 'ace ut p ri.* w ila' ,h d dt .J Ju -. . 0..
a lqj u a ^,iaru a ,iieue huirdred and ti o ao S ,ni l stC ; al ury tall ')' iiiier),>, la Janaryr o8 18 i9.
Yly eftw r,-vtts l'hat.ves+-.lw'aiero'i,,1 tlea c ,ered a :h Itlife b,uou at la ch h*
er to rl port, 'at ',.h t i ,e 01,u a y Ofgu lied It omi tne iMlouLh d e a n h n e, or ha,
4 J ., u t '.'p J.r v l l e .p a l+. iie,, ,r s Idil d t ,, l-l u mtao l t h e W o t nu td it, il i ct e d b y tlO it. I a tit r ti .h p h t r e t uft' u c x 1 t t ,
^ un.b).cirda; pct'a o A. m n. ., tr., t, -I. f.ilpil g of aail-bi. udid brogues, a, ad h t. e.. the 'uiignd n tJah,,n
.yd .rnighfltA iilu' v i I:ue ,-an e oO, a rid'' Iihue Ifa,,atC 0 a1t-, t. lou s t, lits -tru I tA ol tiht'e "" "huttlo:i beI.em,.crat is ttOls dtv
at last bI 1wtth s' n-wi',h vtnltuue,, th.,t tot t htpe'. Of f I,'a bat too evndrut tis lk -.oived b) the inr tnsfer of the officeC t:
atli. ^jft jL1,L, vic Yl'lee, .,iIo i\ w,*^^"^ Qds ^ ^ bil Lou- evidel., Id d> L 0
j 1 : Ih o r c e a t i s l d e lh m d , a ll a cL ,,Lt- 1 D s d u e t h e u fl i c r, ,
owshA jiy ltnexrnilit, air ;,nth,'r toward tat atrugt, the. utta d au l a d
/W'l o,;.# k ti, Siturudlv' mornl'.!, the I I vri' e thutitu.S, inoil ,tOf efat :i, tnut'.Lr lwh ur, Str f tu"; b:ciptiboa.. aderItaII
.a<,,;ko.weriuc.l .Jr-J ot l ,ycppt rh- s,-a- Ua- Its. s'td c-v a ti e icati h1Iu neaCat, ,it[h or jb 'to% I will be i)Ad tt Dillon Jur ,an
m Tn. 'he ste't'gn, piss'nrrer. p0r- er' linii)s. Jur
hapsp4e buidi'rfd, ni.d. .fiIv. in number, \i.r t ie nt.ithing more Lto add.O ,hi "IL J DH, Junr
wre cyrpwded lulp lt otI .c#b* n-iptn bll h l., iL'u tragic, t.ile, t al e 1n1ttat uile core. __ --
'tOljtf.n,^d child+','n. ail ,+re driven be- iat(s J- ) tivj l,,uitd Alex.\ander .il,,hi.i- OURl CITY AND ITS BAY,
,* ,,, ', 4.i t; we y., hU 'c.iit d St-vera l iiuuiet, C ut., ti iiii d H ,i,+i t-s, li, ) 'i.. lUtn the enirl,'ice olof the Aniericau
pywhisw %sho f4i-,d them, 3"11 N.",,111 4[L"., .,i, cund ,, L rr "" itn'rr'ion ldder -. L utert Cl .,Ity ,i n u slaurter, aa t r-s were iltationed at Fort St. MNicha
., 4;, s r,.,e',iy e d thc..uJ, ti'. h. uweve-r, nroanv' 'a e it liti ,tru, tt-,t Ih ,h i'
't!" 'miar s, a h-o tpositi n, -th iliti,. b ih, ui i a ,,,iti.:r. Uli 1 tl iiiruii U ni*t, co iduc ,iur the firsi old" Fort in tihe rear of ihe
lr'oremrii r;.nts 'a r- tr t~,tditn d. id',i tii,,, l tLi, e uai.-r riel't.r-i uvii board lhirugho-t t..It','the remnianlls of whtch ate now plainly
,q rjtq w r'y!,l.->kpLs A a,4ie. I.Ire-e,,bian.a acoin- illit uiiiiap)* Liin S Ctioitl. iiitnraible.) i he f6ri tile of Ameiit.'eii
urlrciitrl~lIte r-tlhan-ePal~iyn 1.-el hang Ci NFut Rrix TH'A FFtLIC lID -5LR-. Cdvaliy entered thlie town at the west side
"'? "- *ftl- w- ThEN aaf-atbsia4!
,'Cl..a t'.w' on-h re a ih-.t Th li > 11 t.nt at c.,>,a, n bett,-r tti of the Fort, anrid were fired upon by the
..q *Pppice,vas e.'4tahl tvl* .,,lI act e mo.a.r.o it, su itert .,s IotLiiiln gttiea r, for wincha
aunua bit lrp:asny G,5 n h:Sanad wt rape shot, the oait
lihg ubntal. rlor r d fis~er- ,hhre .n-wereee God iade our' '.'u-s,;'ilt.. to rccll,, ouanr r;llthM r; hot h
r.. I .hwn ,v dr. d, d. -iilit of betl sexes pMiuieS, Lltiat 10 iO ilidCr cuiloiOi to a e iai- .lailige resultinig fiani his atIa ck, was tlse
tdolrod, .w gulbesr, hidt-c~iiii,,at,d\., l,
;1-4i4. ge adi-airitiatel, il ) ,euul. Aid what gr.ltr r-nitaur ca, i]ll|ng el tLieutenanil Flutrihev' ourke
old and thiL< vutl,.ng thi ulbL-t a ld thie we un ve, i.laia that .ve stio d iu: j a t ,,aia l ft t itnuriitg -his leg, that aiinputatiun-
.ickly. tl),.adljilt and., lle iriatit 'Mean- 'our bitotlu'.', wiho 'it liii mseat hath aiv y a p t i
while'the-4'. a a aiir ig hb.-h in, the ueio i, r; an& ru id b uit, a t)C Ces ary. O thisocction the
VpIa ipt.. q thti ihe '%aaYes rpatetlv Cal,,lLiIOt hi6 ') iiilC- real asto lay his e,,t- Aninrican Flag was nit hoieled at P'nl
4rokjr ,aovey the tie amer .,T'he.n it 'as tulat .d c lSc lugeHihit--.l. l f t ,at ihy iin1, ue .-aciila. 'hlie British were drienii on
.nj.iroHigh lhee i fgfen oftlho.Be a.hoa ere ,iuuid be tlun.vd will,. v. at'rnts board of their vnehs, ai- d nea iy all tilhe
.i zipb.. e .h,.l ,"n lives of-the p,.,ple on ald ina- c 11 wenwar) sojl Ito,lih.ztU fior iu h I
S.,yp,,L, uperurn l -l ar.nnpprv coit, ve-ant ,,; t' f tuhin olie p.icai(o> i lt ladi-ans that were in the vicinity made
kbu~u1aw'iuet i'ai-trvC1 aid t' tt ~a' and 't idht, iilie Pt'I c ethait I -p ycrosw.IalIg.te -B-';alter
e-yakai.ppii'p'd hIceh eItd o., a Latals- littl, eI a .illaiin th Lie Aur c, atd i tard e ,a e by rs aing he Ba alter
. ,Arn the .IJ 'fkq of' which, I ofs. O,. o tine urdt. ul ihinius,. -s conlur\ aii d ju\. ,*ich Gen. Jackson look utip his Line (,
4. bevire iII tre- nl orQious person of Cual- n,, b 'iW i, Ure1k outl It kIhe piisuu oh mrch.
-, ,,'tta Thiae cuanpaijlio0, inue al, aportur- h, arw ,t ,i "be d i or al stghs at;. teti licasacla i, 5000 feet in- length from
1Yv whicih-tiipe fr"-<-ahi, n it-c'vivt',, veiitila aiidu little m iati in L it)l a u"ar
fri ,vas chinacc, and aver tha, Qit likap-1n10 11,ad r eLmeiit thi. is glary to ith Lot to Lot i or one Iiile and tweifty leet
wh'',i,.ill dti' as'pleat ot" .airp:'ulir p vua ai;d emihIfyiinth fit fur the bUngit- and 3,00 feet wi'de froin Lot to Lot 5 6
xx~L.1i~ fhlidnuitat between t:talm.BtS
S hi.' s,?'sa, ..abl ut fhihia e n -t a .l|el. Ial 6. hAve I ateln tine siia .,I a mile, and loill feet. Thne co pf-rate
PTiPwv arnd Sarurdiv. Tie h.-tilt proved i,-, ie ro:--in e.vith, wih ., bd ,ii, Irom Glv.s sprin rin
'ii ~1 ba f1 rihu onn' ua'wo m'aIIcIo'irn ~wmd au nMndanniis ate frnt ni (lvtns spr irag -l- fna1llig
'fti be,-bftlv sich as common ?seruop wo01.11up isth th intai t l dean, aild the rwic
-u-.1-l everv one %a. i,,idahle The diz.coider brraih of, the nuorl ; aid ih'n ihei No1 itEas Lt the Bnvou 'exar, which
-:.ewt in'd ixualnais of sea-sickne-ss -%%re 'aat.s bralek Irpn their enclusuit.-,, ;and Il triess ahioul t ao miles from lhen mouth
uI'tI" "sonn for"1otn it. the a- nr'adurable ui lt lat joy,' and ruan ili u.,iul cllu,,n.i ls, ul' said Bayou on the Bay. The dis.
sen.4l'tohis of Uffaocdtivn. Effvro s t we'-e ,au d i,, fti-t., du ri.d,e again from their lt:ni t ,ani from E1ast to Velt is atcut fi'
It,1 0 r.> (>'lSc a %%dv out of the coiifine- gratts II walls, aio d d ,ctiwil a whilee il lihe The i n r i Lbo_ ,
tri r-n.; they' were foOnult Io be ctaigiliig ale i ',j, i, ta d a v miles. 'l e cit boundary beig about
"hoilrl were rats ed to attract a't eniol; tell t,,hdIS wiir oc'raurei will upen ithe I-'2 ,niles west ol Galves usp ring, where
th#ey care drowated in ihe roerine iII-,n,, suwk el hier uew rtireshment, beceiae it ternainates at lhe BJvru Chico (or lit
,fr 'twews6rni. And then. according to ihe u|elu! to in>iekinid, and asiag pi',a-_" to tier it- Bivou.) The line then pas-ses through
8"l^,xiu,. It ih,.i few surMivors, ensued ;tetic o is ttl. h.ait af a olnrw I' ew low- about 10) yards South of the
'a nl'CCI'-,.' sucbh as sets the ilflgination tu| maca ulder tlhe ubiOcourse. at a ; ie a a k
,f nivi-in ihe ntost' morbid at defi.ece.- curuioaltr ; hi' bteudk Iroaai iie di spiir, Oaks.
.Truhe atfnieidrov.e bravely til-notgh the ofa ,j'ac, and ,he I'-tt-ra acad chuita ol The population al Pensacola at this
ierl,,e., wtnt!i those wha directed hir cniow ; he thee, anod he feels his tnme ,.neisiss o1' about *800 suls.
rmii'tt ,g wh'clan unfileromtal af thde dich (jud n ; ,o rio 'be conilanotLed ; .aied -alefox lor tnain< str.i) is 78 feel
fr#iy t'eh nlipflealerl-leand diath which (,,d ,p|.ase.- with anto inUic hiena below d r h a ng
tfl'Ai ragnnt in her very i-urails. o auch a in the ti,,likgimug .gs oel twie rou the B nd t r o
T''lTho irnmplinut a'd b,'atmiig sound' with- reltt'vad 'atldowa, ol stupporLed orphdlS. ul tO 69 feet at the Northern extremity.
"in Itih cahirt were reaaderedJ iaiatidble by r-jicmng, and cutnlttrid, aid thaukl'ul [TO Be CMTINJUED.I
+ -^t -t'hrobhui,,u of the pistonra -and rh. pel b s.-Jt riauy '1 a'lta.
khrieksacid ;io'sn of ithe siaflerers nii lv ., -----J-____ 'l i.
to" dsno "ta C+HARliTy.--Is aay, nan -Ii'alli-mn into diwl-
.sied awa~y t;-ittt1'tie gtae lwrtirl
Net until thuh ga'l., the ',s he' a'e graoe tctiaiiy dutih-tni^ downa i,,- uead, k1 To outir Fellow.Cratlman the Editor and
-*f the ura-cldy whil'h., had been eeac abasted-ti.ed taut of" cou;tefaauie. lpartak- Proprietor, of the Pensacola Gazette.

q,1' under t iil tet.: O ut oi't, .eaie htic ing aP his haa ne. Is- any m an disap poiui In ail oar undertakin s in w which :ncer.
dred and ti!? psssegers who had been ed aI lr ho|es or eiidea.vuas .. i.h.rnlty est or happiness is involved, we natural-
,-rIayet uovn tha cunipaaton ladder a lew crteth ant, alas has af it wore itself t Ive seek the aid and countenance uf others
haurn d'rr sev.tly-two -meren IainId 10 le'amed,o ls'a?, carit l-uctid wsad lyai especially 0( those whinse experience has
ltt^ ;r'se!:M. addwye t^ 'it- or^A ~ ,qk.,. cntr y ..P,,, aknt ,.aly,
ole chmldrs.aen,'Uands wivei, slaans ad oIghglth, it tainteih anId rgaI ,,asllnh vtawith made acquainted with the perils and pen-
'utothers. were. heaped about the ~oon at haiua.. Is :aimy' apaca. pinched with hard. plesities that are concealed in ott path.-

the ,abiain i disrda.r, sone with thiitr avat chariy. ii t canImuot succonr, We therefore nat'urallv expected a cheer.
clothes torn lhot,, their backs in tatter. wil condol. Do.h ,11 news a e char- I fighour the Gazette"
saome with heir hanid.e and aces lacerated, _y doti hear t with an unwil iag ear anlig wrd from our m-ighor the "Gazette
aimeiththeir fu-ture trdden iunto a a sad hear;, althioujh mnot particularly or it least one of conmnendation, as the
muufnimv y the iron-To-l "brouges'" oft concerned in it. 1the sight ul a wreck many Ihours we have toiled with him, 'has
i h.eir 'llow-uuiferrrs ;' here. a father Lat-spa, ala field spread with careasese, 4 invested him with a knowledge of our
ltckd In abe arms of his daughter ; here, a county deoil.ted, tl' houses burnt -nd capacity as a Fellow.-Crafisman." But
>umter.clinta ,no the. corpse of her broth- clies ruled, and a the like calamities
".r, their cnurfateINs black aud difi iored incideaut to ntauikuad, t outd touch the certainly he -cannot'complain of our dint
"-ns tlocebowelatf ny maman; but the very report appointment at not receiving from him, the
-tth -. 'O' f- them wuuld ;alfect trie heart ul charity, usual and customary saluiittion which the
..'lhe foJllop'vminis a d.scriptiiiba .i. the --Dr. Isaac Birroi. courtesy and etequsite of the Graft. gene-
fircene which met thile eyeoftlihe mait: when T'RY i r.-'lT'lie mre a mian works the rally gives to oce when he becomes a
a silerage passtpiig.rv who- had, ati la"l ltss tire ie i will ltavc to grumble about member there( f. We have not the vanita-
.red Is way oh, ,ornaiuucitaei to him hardI lines,
ha'trrbe irih tlp.-iuip rCU..s IN THi -E o. t o suppose for a moment, that 'e have
tt I'henrpate iua^ a lntln- ecam alarjaaed, PLT I N TrB FRMENCM CaON' r..
., "Themate iu.AiiJily bieeae alared, 'ss.'- -ite Hoiin Jourid'l state that qialit;es, attainirents or capacities, that
-.pqobtaionin a, lamiterq, wrni lnown tol twa of the inembens JfAh Freieh Asse:')- would call fortk audition, from tile
'render a.anc.... ,.incb,' -h eryer, waus' 'y, having becurn~& twhar excited in a. ...Gzete." -wu"htteingyoung o'erselvea,,
the lout, e aie;u' i Lhi '..iI the .cbin. ,,that debate.'a fisticullt ensted, in which the d i ie g wishes of a v....aa
lihfi', ,.,utlae~ly xuta,,uLot.of one comnatian'itaihl the nose ot
.P nP-slopobt aaa,.,', .. .W0,AA.her sufferi:.ed soue." him to animate us in our outset upon
eirg-iil-tAig4/qubpapqI r iAce pays, a eiaii irpn-ptt h ugdo
-xbiagtiig t.,y Aleiesyd a.a l.tbp. faRe"l -ra,, pays, au delin a.c'mtlihe ano t he rugged road that leads to fame and
Sbti,,f0o.letly,,qea.mY a,d.r free,..o,, cupylng,:.not a uy.the imnpor. property. This expectation was [also
"SOqff,.mtn, real ,p:ture qtnhe"- Jeatures u of r own eonsiitutiqn, be -;r ..xp e. c-- a ...... al ... so h
.. .",', '. :- e rity Tis wasiua~eptg~gtdq
catlstropho exhitbit-. -itsll, ;p, r. .y,uyr omitin,-ihn, ..riki.>yg lbahi it qfsone of P pd by the dictated our .n head
ilheapu,(hehlivipg, the dying, -ni "the ourC onogesiiaictor. .' nd the ciotions of lour own. heart, had

ar4ng ,,s whb aneter repine at .the
icea-t o Ithe* nqj rejfoize in t .ir
mitsforiunes. We never indulge in that
disciiteut produced by contrast of situa-

tions, bu't are happy when %Is9 see others
happy. Therefore we assure our '.Fel.
lo-'v-Craafisana'" of the Gazelle" lhat'
let our success be good or ill, we -ish
goud lorruui- l smile upon his and the
lasi.i el" elervy brother in the cause, and
that lie must construe these remarks o
Vi Us, as iin evijenc, of the high estimate
wv pl'lae- upon the goud wishes of a veteran
| i l<; hlisllt'l1.

T'he Vilmot ProvisT.
'The rmiis slaltnty truth is now forced
imol oi O elefltelion, that this ''Proviso'' is
it, beengilat-d ti pupi any Bill that may
pass ;he pi iseint Ltongoas, organiibing a
2';iinieli in oub r inewty f 'aci'ircad 'PTr-
iLoriIes.- It is sttrtling to beholl such at
etl'ljL oll the part ufoigotrv anu- fainaticims n
It v'lamoile our S.Cri'd Cilu stitution, allti ih-
'.olt e i, rut, ilha lair la'ric l'fotu r govern-
ir -,'i. 'l'h., article of our consiitutaon
ah li,' iuiainIIs auiloriily to Congress in
ril''i.ant-c.a to T -rritories, maia fstl'.ly re
t rictLI tha' it Ilhonmiy to the "Prropenty" ol
ihe g' a nniiiti, aiid leaves it tI) Ihe pero-
pIle occupying the 'Teriaories to deter-
rtilnc: for tthclni-i'aI'vps as to the nature and
irucrture of their C'ivl 'and domestic irnsi
tutious, taking care lhat they be in slltrici
coil'oruaicv to tile cun-tiluilot, of the Uni-
Itd Staics. Inldependeut olihe proviimns
tai the Coar-. tiilitu'i which deny tuo Con
gress, ilhe might I / legislate iln rfferance to
alavernv lip ouur nieawvy acquiredd Ternritories.
t1 ihe gioss anid 1ipable injustice of such
mn alit lpt'. Ti l-te .Territorias were at"
quired bv the jleiiul blood and treasure of
the citizens ol this Rep'btic, and ther-fore
the citizen's of every section, should be al-
lowed to 1arliciiile in the eij.,iyrnen i '
them Why should the Ilate holder ol

hlie South be e\clu.led; No coustitiuional

or sanisfactorv icason c'ainr be as-tgoed.
[he fanatics and bh;guts of ihe Northand
East, hata. the cards stockedI upon us of
the Situlhi alreadv,'by the Missou.ii Coni-
promise. Norih of the line fix.d by this
Compromise is perpetual freedom and
sich may b -lie case South of i:., if the
Free Sihilas sand Abulittoniun should
constitute a majority of the population
when ihe rime arrive fair admni.sm1n ilul
thlie Ui1ion. But we feel ceaihdeni, that
this attempt of -'Fanatacismrn" to degrade
the Solth, and to vioalie and sacrifice
th-ir C led in the Senate. And ifa Bill to organ-
isea govtrninieni in our New TerrinriFs
be nut passed this session, we are equal-
ly comfidentthat sholud it pass the next
C'oiinzress with the Wilnimot Proviao en-
graetcd upon it. it will recit-e its dealh at
the hands of President Zachary Taylor.
The Whigs and Democrats olthe8So u'h
'te are happy to discern constiuie a "unit
on this question' and iocbly star.i up hatul-
den to shoulder in defence of our rights.

We notice that the Florldlan"'

a ind

the Southern Journal," two democra-
tic Papers at Tallahassee, have beco-ne
incorporated under tho title of the Flo.
ridian & Journal" under the charge of
Mtssrs Maxwell & //Hilion. The high
reptnitatin of. those gentlemen, give assu-
rance that this Paper will be conducted
with great ability, and will -doubtless be
one of the most interesting in the State.
We welcome them into the brotherhood
and w;sh th-m success.

The Legislature of Kentucky has a-
dopted a joint resolution inviting Gen.
Taylor to visit Frankfort as the guest of
the Stale, and by unanimous vote included
Gen. Wm. 0. Butler, in the inviiatian as
a testimonial for his "distinguished eer-
vices," and "the great confidence which
Ketaucky feels in him as a gentlemne
and a soldier."

'TI i. lbhariher havi'io' purchased this

Of 19eful i ifo'rfloil.'nlitalBnltile ej
l.'cizns and ..toris, i fe embol
de9 to ercufitch'er itemr-'elyi| !or vic-1
tory upon hIis own industry amd applicai
tiib,-and he JinduLgence of a generous
and forbearing, public.. HI has not the
v.aity to asserti'at he will bring to. .Je
managMeniit of this Paper, superiority of
tajenli, but will make bold to say, r4t .hbe
wi"I dovole io it a'l liii, tpte and'iexpe-
rience as a practical Primter. In the" Edi-
tori d Departmenit lie will be favored vwiih
lie assistance of gentleiheni who oucupy
a prouineait pcositiun tfor talents. He is
a native of Peins.iucola, and has thus launch,
edh liis i'tle "Baqi" upon the tempes
tuaus sea ol li'-s oUSIrnies-8" ii the- midt
of th'e as.ociaies aif his early and halcyon
days of boyvliad. Hie theinu'ore resona-
bly and aiatiralkl indiililgs the pleasing

Torchliahi,'.N't'" t" .T 'A"Inor'
shorriA 4t41i'r ep~iW?'1ihtuwould
not be ", h *'x' tbv purchase
a'Jbme anh B,.aafd rbetang nttl|
bhemu"ifn wqjA4u1ld. feel, fedlvt4lUy
lbhat'lthe"a*$inqe eade to the pepplV.'l'
thqm? in4e h tmguoh q, ;Qi n, ,"pyjhiAr!v
ipldgw ti kd,+ptace.l, ',tiytt.,^ft0r
cha.rc^ ,, which ,t4 ,bh jqmov9,4
on' way onfly. .'They .qld p-
tA ts ..a t..iAre H e y a,I .. .. ... ., .f s,-
And, i ri,.wef" ,.se t-olnfl...W&, htp t-len .i' ouodlhd.hatfjni4y
*a b i&red'.bociLb n w.hig-_ (,t; ihqt h)
who havea-,ojad ftar Gon. JTaylor".; ,(Ra.
der -imfilai aindcedentia. Are 'they, ti ,
t'o wash their' lands in his b.1(od?--"p.
easy (tien)y'woutd be the hea.4 tha warai
the crown!" "
?- "" at"- '
A STAR LINGO OtiRA(-,.-=J-rA, l-2irC tus
head the Piladelphid Spiriit f thejimps
ha- anm arlmcle cominencing thus-. .


leopc. that h-ere, in h ia own native laid" Oiie ul the basest attempts we have ever
he will have extended to huni, Lte hand known lto injure anddrstiny a worthy ahd
hlihlily rtapectalile lady hasjtst 'cohe to
,f generous and clihcering Irien ship. Be- our rknot ledge, ls having irecntlY odccUr-
ing a "-.Mechanic' bv choice and puirsuit, red in the city ot B,'-siun. A certain-Dr.
'SNraiLsir, a l-lut,gaiiail by blffh aild'edta-
hn feels ;is'Jr,., his .iiinest and mod.- r ,
S LIItt, a Volen i'tier i l AerA ti-ca anda htkr
elate a-piratitfia ltfr su.:cess in this under- Rpublicain inas'uuiitons, is niow' Aertgtd
taking will mnieel with a generous response i1'a schiu,,l. as a te ir, i Bt,'l',isu'd
in the bo_,tn aofevery brother mniechanic street, i-i'hat cty. Sevur.l m'tvuvhseaj
I liutlelt his wif, anid daiaht,-r iin Phiaittl-
The claim ns jo thie 4eciaiiic and work-i phia, auid WI'l lt to Europe, ;whit. 'ffihdig
Ing mnan" 'ill ever fitd in ihis Paper. (as 'hiu tihonaIarehital principles aia dlicoait,
they have h. r 'tofore done')la bold, rdt nm he retulired to this c)uiilry':' .He.-bnt ipu
l 4aedi1ite' to BstdiiS hi, retVme'i'li rteuves
and-fear!ess advocate. One that will di- a tea ch',-r o "l'arnio es, aitd, in cpi.>paT -
i-egard the frowns of wealth and the insr,.' y of a 'Mu PI l'&fl-ody, whi 'reside'At
lrm'e ,,f ofli,-e, whet they orn. resorted to N,). 13 Weal htreel, he fnrwot or hegledci.
~ ~ ~ E osend lor 'Ins It-gaily *wedde-d, wilil. q
in, suppression of he de'mandA o trth, tsend lo'l"is legallv ',eldd' wii.
Wd hout fkhlia'atihg'te an.iirativeftatehr,
merit and justice. As Pe4isscola se-emnis iuffice it 1a0, l.iht hIe ind'ean atRrSitelMA.--
dt-smiied fram present indications. sloil lo0 or A\!ass leab;ndy i imnde it lur hain-'-wspir-
become, a great Commercial Pepot by' at away ils ch ildi rim s- mi-her. It
-.!J i heda and'"th'# uotin 'r itiea" Wenlt Oi l nto
the aid of /Iailio;1ls, whereby ianay p)ea1 Bo- un. -, st-i aspplJd of; r cIti-negi,
sip reaidin, at a di-.tance may b 'conicf ajd bind galce 'atrlnlin ai-.'t',r- landing to
dentifi.d wtith its pro.iperi'y the -Fi.,rida a'tres her a a mtia"' .;1 haeymissed thir
e s k i pa-Y ; ai'dl li liI cull iiji waCti',i Wilthl his
Delnierat" shall keea) tie ri lal rn Inrnnal, Miss Fbedy, r.-sbrte to the irost
prouipllV ad iser of all nuiatera of a lu i.-vile in'eanisaud 'iaii:r xo',it 'e:xpaSe Itls
ness eatuire, which m'ay' be inter lir or' have her by force put riu thelosauvAsy-
..t t. "i ." g lin. m Sh'e,- oiawe'er, aid g k'r, lutsltnn
bene'ficial to teit. tlenoigh to elude their m,.,ihia itmin, a,,d
PHILIP E. LAVALLE''. hir leads jt'inPhiladr-ltahia have iaken
S uiea,'s 10o 'l'H.B'jusrute di~n'_ ,ti~r.

GovRNER NlMETCALF, who i's no% i0
ihe U. S Senalti, dy Executive appo)inl
it-nt, ii, fill thiP acafta:y caused b '-lie a-
,.-ctiounola rit. ( 's Guverner cl
Kentucky. has been confirmed "in ith.i'
>ldce by ti.e Iegfilatlire now in session.
The terin expires on the 4thli of March
Ine xt
The el ctinn for thi hell tarm has itoi
come un. Mr- LIUy crrdially desirreit.
and his friends a4'ail hiim there, but the
T'aylonrile are olai med, and some of thpei
speak out pretty plainly, that Mr. Clay's
presence in public lile again will be very
unpalatable tol th- new power: of thi whail
paity. The Lbuiseville Courier opos-es
\Mr. Clay in the rollowirag phraRses in
which tlie honeyed conmplinient% il'y dis
guise th bi'tlternss of lhe feeling:
"Niw, while wave yeild ao nlie in our
admnir.itat, of Mr. Clay's abilities and
.alent-. wve are not 'of those whio biliev-
thiatl the whelae!s ofgoverunient minust stup
unaiss he is called i, to hiulp to greae-
ihem We do int believe that tlie
services of MI. Clav are very paittirilarly
aceded at this line, and wve d
iot believe the .couriry desires to see him
again dragged ioin the political arena.--
Most assuredly his true friends in Ken
tucey do not wish to see him placed in
llhis-p.usitioi. Moironver, Ifis pretty gern
rally believed that Mr. Clay's return to
the Seaaate would revive 'political animu-
sitirs, renew party lines, ad incre-ise
p.irty spirit, which it was hoped the e'c-
itlla w Gen. ''avlor would greatly allat,
Sinot eiiarelv remillove. 'The ineinbers ol
the General "Assemiibly have a w'eighty di-'
ly deoiying upon them. and ihty should
consider inatters b(tFre they) act.

.GOLLISION.-Ou Wednesdlay night the
sweanmboats Allenr Glover and Forest M&n-
arch Cane iln cllision in turnitag at a shirt
plint im the Alabitmia river, bout ten ntilhs
above mobile. I'he former t'as going up
and the latter coming down. The Glover
,ustainel qnite a serious danuage. She
was struck tin th6 larbuard, bow,.and wa?
cut dowu below '.he wal'er's edgeo. By
the great-st exertion of the officers she
was. saved from sinking, anud arrived il
mobile about niue o'clock on the night l
the accident. A.t oAne line she had three
feet water in the hold. The monarch sus-
tained only a trifling damage.

" Press" solts a coninuaaion of the ISH MODI 01 SH-rEP-STALINo -A
fellow namod Terence NMcantis, havin g
liberal pironage it has heretofore enjoy- been arrested or sheep-stealing, wrote
ed, and the encouragement of the reading :he followiag t a friend : As w.wished
public generally. He is fully advised of to have some mutton' with our tlurnps for
the difcultiesand perplexities tat from supper, we went to 'Squire Carroll, who
had more sheep tban- his naybors. They
time to time assail the, Proprietor of a vere, very wild, and the pasture very
Newspaper, in his career. But bsing large, and we were obliged to take a new
prompted to 4his adventure not only by wvay to entice them by'force to come near
a desir to e n honest suppo for us-and as this may be of.some service
a esir ect an ones uppor for ou to no, [ think it ray duotyto,ilI
himself, and those whlt have you of it. pat Dbughan and me'-,appel
upon him, for assistance, but also by a de- outelves up in hay, and as the sheep
sire to cont-ibute to'the extent of has hum- carame round to ate it we cut their throatsd
ble abiliiesto the interest and entertai-e but a Sarch being matde, five hind quar-
bt the Is n emnii I tens belonging to tio of 'em was found in
meat of the publi,- by l th'd.-leJatiop mylcabbin.t .

, D IaE IKN AND Ai Su]aWRi.--A AFa-
b&.-b- ttaviiri~l 1 ahti, ',v.'rrtor'a, t'k-ni
- + ''9 t 4 -} il ~
i,, 0 ii to'-br! ltrm It Ithi1! 'ell lnm., i >d "of
ti-i. 'The rist wi s tanoli riiisd off bit
liaert were, 9piatl t'il t ,uult ilot go, 'thi-y
Wele ul blood.
It was i cth t;iable icar" the per oftfis
secetarv. THe pii tn look -blhrlti e nf ise
firil Ilreuaih of lir tol move i 'hriln lUrtie ___.
o.T -

"T lo art right" atJ !ii 1A Itd "I' iAM
a bad ne'ghbur.
"I tear thee e ti" repldd the pen, 1I pr'
more powerful l ha:'ti lmu "art; butt i luvs
tot thy s 'ci 'tv ?
"1 e xtemm'lnmle." ill- wlrd.
"Aind I perpetu.ite."'anuiwered the pea;
'"wtrer were thy vTcioreie if I i'fcarde P
them nlt? "Evenit wh'etlhou '.hsei'ahalp
une day h,.--i, the lake of blifvlhii.'"
ble iiirnit-r oft states in, this enterpiise
have b)eei dip,).ie'i ,f, adri I is to betuoi.
i, inced iminediatl-k, withte ultiMwat"
idt a of eitndlng tihe tt-erminus tn VYira
CIO'LER&.-A H-lamrburg brig, the A-
pollo, air.ied iin Vera Ciuz the 22d ulti-
nmo, a pasaeiitn lgriA i0g died on board; of
lthe Cholera. Althhl't.2h thie'uMexian uCon-
sui at Haainbuir, in hter health bill, slotd
ihait th. diseast was not conta,1i1,us''ahe
wvai put iii q'iarantin aimall the Biird of
Health was consulted 'T'hi latter body
expr,-ssed an spintioi, that, prpvidid the
C'huleja was n,( coed'laions, the irdfrict
Thiuild be wittf'drawd,' ffon the' Apollo;
Aad no other vessels coming Irvrn port'
where ihe Choler exi.itd should betub-
jectto quarantine. ...: .

GLN. BUTLER.-The following eompli
juentary resolution, and others suplmre-
t-try to it, passed the Ilius e.of ,eprelUn-
idivesbi Kentucky9 unanimuAns^yoartbe
4th inst.:
resolved, That fur the distinguished.
services of our leillow. ciizn, Mijotdl3'en-
,ral Win. ()'[utfer. and as tebtliiionial
irthereof, and .of th'e great confidence tihat
Keutucky feelL tiwarde him as ajentlo.
imauii and a soldier, itia' he is ;in'mvlt to
vibtit the c4ftitql qf Kentuicky. and lMet.
Lis late conipaniona.iz-arins, Major Gene-
(al Zachary Taylur, Prtesident lect, on
his evpeoied visit.'r f l

Colonel ChaTles Oaklhy, fouimefly toan,
Commissioner ol the btale of lllinQo.Oied
at his reaideice iW Tramot. 11 .. he
lst iiisc... III hc
Mr. Sarhuel Lover is giving e enmrg
enrtertaiNmentfi ar"'Loudon. (r.A of bis
subjects is the election of General-Tap-
lar. ., .


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*eani Ltuiber.
av gteafW',GMti[ Hanrer, Cozzen< New
'Orle'ns Lutnmir Pktivon & Aveiy. '
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L iuhber-y .is-., ,
Schr. Sahh, *Ber-drord, New Urlea&ns by

Gore,'nor of FloridI.
WTHEREAS, It has been made known
lit me by the S;itrlff ol Alai'iiji
County, in ll iri Si ate, InIA Wi hi in-iu H.
Waisoni, alias James Black. who was
imprisoned ,n a ctiarre uil the mur-ler of
William -'Gibbons, late tlof said C.'uumy,
hia r-s.pes- frmnn cusiody, aild is a fugi-
ftir fiorii ljStict, :" '
Noiv iK.%I1W E, ifiat [. ,tLLIAtM [)
M iOSPLY, i i-mvern-ir Itf Fjl'iia, hby ir-
lue-o;', the atitirimv vestefid ill i-11 bv I-'iw.
do htrebv ',I,-rr a r, war -. ol T'' \Vi -I I N-
)DRID ')DOLJ.LARS (, r thei apreliei
.ioa ofsai lid ,-rr 'itte tia ii tls dell.eilyv to
the cttuldv of ithe sheriffff -of either Du
val or Alec hil.. Cimlint-, in this Sm ilp.
M.emnni-rdidu fa--, illilan ki. \Witsoa,
ali.,s Jaipd-,.b:iwcJc,.is a",tlnt it e fIet, el hi.
ilichs ligh ,' i'.','lld, r, but. -'ti, ll biilt. v ,
recl.,. l'ltauw" C~iai|)>;et iiom. l>!a kl, han
blutali, .1ai-i ri t n is bi-i'vet-fr '5 arid 3)
v,- r.'r iI *,, u I l i-is t'i u in.tks'ol a 01 l
ahot w uiol. on i lIn-1 siii'0,d..r.
S(i'i, ',i (,i,,,r niy l.tilml andltif grtlai
tafiliA S zai ar" tlh (Jpi'it .'iT Ti llith
t_ w.,-w le, IIt1 t iYr- Si hl d .-y '.lJ iuti'ry, A. D.,
J t,9-. .
,,W !,LAN.1 D.. .'MiOSFL F. '.
." IUyl tiit; Q ov,.v' ,_r~ :' .(-,oi,. +;'I i!',oruha.
A. L" M x \-' r L. Secrteri a if 'aSt'le.
w I.i-ii ,'l I' i.tld A rgus, 3,ickson
Svillu Nc ws. Fl,riuji iLe|tillu lc.iln, hl ridl.i
Whig,.F ilorlla Dimiio.c., c-oil eopy four
Jnier, ly 1 s'49-2>

'0 FOR' Q.1-. IE.
.1.1j.IY.'J MULATTO .'-WOIAN, a
-- ... ; 0ol Coo., \,'!C.|tierr 91d Iron,-r.
.. ,. .l -' A llul toI
A J.
N.'Tro 'Voi:i;vi to) Hii-e,
kV l o. ', 8Va,,ic aid lroadr En.

... C, P. KNAPP.
Jfaan r i8, .H9 q .

Ht1OELE Barrel Guns. A line abvortirnrit,
f I'nr -.t by
.' 'C P. KNAPP.
-.hnuary 18, i',4
"' To-tfiac'o.
j{" } Pi) BO)X aS' a, le- tsands. at whol,'Bil or
t reiadl, at *'-ry low pui-',o Furr isae to,
S. _. P.KNAPP.
3.,,iuir\' I", l1 '3

%T9 1I. .--- II tli ,' i ho ar-' al>nint Innt len'.,
iN I'.- t.',ilii'nir.., woil.J 'dj well to ciall at nh -
a,'iir- nf I-'. P't'l i wti-,n' tih,- s iai e
.Coiat, I'ailsiand Vr foul! lir &3: Jan. 1P 1i8-U .
*<" -, -'
w f INiL N a. i- i .ine''i.B i.) n S. irils. Alo GI ,L:J
-, J ,Mant., tlin,'is WVoiol anid ,uotlon Uniid-r-
rirts ali'J Oi)'a .iers, .Vlll.n an .i_'uttnmli U-'ose-
tvf I ,,tl' a-;iOi trfeni, tor sale b'r
C. P KNAPP., 049 .

. ,', Cin!sis;-i m e..t.
*bi' h R' L "lnh 'a1iln.,r-,'i'iela in 'hiakey, IN do'
4UR-BfnOr i,-'1 y d.l .Aal.e:,d ni, w,, M.'h will bi ald a,.Nri,
Oli" an ptic- Y .y .b

*m9i lanrlIai 18j, 1(149

B quaity" fuirpr F"'.uii
"".J "" + 1 ,, P. K v.PP
.' 'r-, A>.- - .: E -
;,tg +,-; ^ '...."- ... N 'O 111 C .
r f,. E"iAbh3'6i1wl? hjitnqr obain-d tellers f
L? Adidifrtifiatio'it' un ihe. eaiteut ol PErEti
i' ] tt~ :if ^ 'eli 't yv i-' i.-t' all uii.,'e in-
"debted I siAd 1,sitaie, wu pay Ilhe i smile, and
St i-sl hiatinlT (ilclais a ainstl Esl-i'E4, li,-pi'c-
"'gatfli theIii wi Iliii'ia iiUi+ma .p-rr -rib:d by'lat%, or
alS'-ia Wc Il t ','pie.i "eJ In bar of theti recov-
" e,, Bi~ -an.+.,.: l.,J, ,ivl,-4^
It P. -'t** N'l I. .
t ''. .. C .
-ie. week afler d iLer I, wil apply to the Hon.
iJ' u'e uil(,or'qhe Cuurt ol Pr-,b it., lIr
tlie.GUou'at" ut ELs 'at6iia I.w Liters of Adlqinistra-
' ., ^ -.,I.... '-- ';'rO.Y NS.

Decei ts!,' j~'O- 18 IV

A ,. G E;A JARG4lN... -
A .^;q& er offers fr sale
** hms Kh'e1 & ,lit buildinis at ihe
WI1 t6f 'e ^iNa.v Yird. tihev are
w, w iruqted on -one.of ihe.
Iror .L^ ^ ie k.Lot No. 15') ne..
-,..iiuaB W 'Wt fluii' ibo rliA ', the fir-ji & tne on
,4t6,.ory.- For, ltrris apply to..

." ." ..,,4 ,"O .the% preiliii r.
.'; ..4 3, *._ +-*...A -..

- ~ = '' .- -



'. S. R. .Biker; 2, Thonmit Brigh'ta, W?" !G.
Sarkuse, G.lel Brrwn, :E.n lina0.Bodwe-d, lr.
Baughiey, J. iT. !ru~vn, Lieit. Bfdf1'hrd. s f ,

Martin Connor, G. .1. Cldfrlk, C. Dorth C,;lbv,
.Thrwnau C.llhns,, L. T.,Mavor Cook, Dati,_l
Cushiian, WV. C- Cleveland, Mr. Qlai-e, 4.
.I. C'nlemian; -2, Mr. Crriery, C. i Cann,;,n,
Geore Cie-i I,. P:rck '-r ,nIIIh'I,, N. WVin. l'hain-
io)n,C aipt. Eij.ti C(iadt'wick. Si rnrl _rnr.ti ker; -2.
Cotninanding Oficer *2 Draguun', Win. .S
Thremas DenIler, [Iev. J. N'. Dunn, Ste-
plhei Drliihdi. "i'hjnas Daver, G. Dean, Mar-
gret Danigetnff.ld.
Capt. Dilp, Eldredle, Vin. F. Early, Capt.
Siai'l (-' E! 6le.'
( F
Jnhlin Fiati.errald, Jam,-s Fazpat rick, Moi'w
sieur Fraaicr..qie, lvtiiJ J. Filsa.


Gral, Capt G.-,.di,..; -2, omn-1
H e rl vy _.t '.- .'., ri hi t--.' le., i! aid
Ti .othyli Grn.eileaf, Ril)i-rt (Iillends.

.1 G(re ii,.


*'Philip t-lonwrd, C:il.I .lmpli Hwntyr-, ,1 J..
I-asle,; D,,er. \'. E hill, F. A. H .i Ii,
Mnls rracls [hlur.llrie-, S,'ih Hana,,i,_, MAid Juhlm DI-iiL... Leui Hiller, Edtward
Harrisonl, J Ileriy, *Anthiny Hel-iir.
-'harie'a Jaivi,, Dr. R. W. Jeffry. ', onh. D.
i.-' rdun, A hired J.nm a, Chiarlits Jucelin, i-'ter
T Kilpatnck.
J. B Lanikin; -. ".ob.-r B. Longle? MoIoes
i Lavvetl, Juaniaes l.i.I l .i.
Juhn T rinrplc Thliomas McMahorr. John
MIullihrn, J.0"h!i Mni.l-, X, in. Moioll, Jo'iln
Nit Naumlilon; 1, Janm: D Manley, Ilet h a, \ i ,lll-tiN P i,,.dl- .Seburn gatri ,iii J,,hn
,tlrntil.f/, Athrr. Miclihll, -',pt -i,01id Mc-
Deilriil-, L. Anilioiy \antanian John ;:,eul,
Auusttl- C. C '.arlur.
J M Newvell, J ilhi Nickodll.
Caltierinii C. 'e. I,i etienrv O'Biien; 2, Mr.
I )|i!,lniini, *,' Josipli .) Lauglilin, J iiiea L's-
Joilhi U'NedI.
Pr. Piiimin, MnNl.r- Aan Fhidipq, Lit-ut. Tlolin
PcrLn:r, J.mnifs PuLer.
Mil1 ir 'l, Z. L. RntiilT,-R iciard Hichard
Saim'l J. Si- lv J.sp'i, -ie l; 0, VWi'hliin H
J:- tait, A-i Sitl,_. Juln ti-ll ,rd, C'haris .
.nilrid.L, Mr. Santenuio, Cpt Juhn Sleper,
Finid, C. .SettSel.

Tlinli,,s 'i Trnbull, Edwrrdd G. Thonpson,
[ ni'rR ipi Jirlii-s ''tuyv. iSarali Tahlor,
n'rn dilik IA. I l'-ln,.Paas MNlrd Edward: "i'
'atmill. I.imry 1 iinrrip)orn, ,\rclulas Ti 'h.mipson,
1V.. luH. Um

(Capt J Tanhnrn, Patuiiick Vaughon, God-
fey Vonlferrn.

L.ucv Vowinlrnw, "?. Capt Franiictn A. VWind r-
ri.. Wiui-', D_. P. i 'er-k-, Capt Jis-plhi B.,
\\t'.,(! rlnl, Jinri.s 'liillaill, W illidiln" VI Niolu,
ut'rie \ Wil',jii, tMrs CFAlrnilAii A.. WVindei, Jq nhn,
M "ut-,lte. .
f. Ptir-rons calNiin Ior any irtihe ihDi''e
[p,,irs wl[W lI'ASe Sly they arc advver-
l'- -.J,, 1


-January 11 I'19

( E %' SERIiES. "

IW IWk~cflgr OW OKV40r %14449 tfWnvpflat
i "| ;arItltetpeteh a i'a't! Iler.ti* hIwnay r iieve
J '11 luW ir-nihh f -ny .ft tihatve a ti-ces;, i n .
Oruaneitalt work tiill be done at griatlt"l'e,
-]'..- "M'alv&tab tops'- niend.Fd inuthd

ing dieases. i''JIai l APPR( NIr,-__--Alit
-Tallahassef-JuI!v 6th, 184.1t. i D L.
CK W.-D.iL ON, P. i ( {iar" t i ?%3W~W MIreAN W

To eve-rv in-'w Subicritr, eniclo
wlro D)otLL AR- (/Rs/,ii.' 'aip id) [or
iili-cqi;,iiptio andm i evo'ry old Sil
rei-ie~imrA his" 1 subi-cripiiiol tin .//*a
,i ii si:rd arv T ei l u fi v t'er i i.-
aliin n'Ilern.itcd ifi our columP, or
TA.YLul'CS PamIhlet Catdtglgue.

(.)IIn Copv of i ie Conlinent and one
ii'ti.-; 1,Idit-s' NNatiotal N\la iiftale
[ilulili rl it I'' DIlia ri] lor
-nic 0,' the C'.,mlinni aim l olii-
ft 'an i l i'lhe olhjw ll i ThlIre
D ,I Ia, I.-" .nli- izi nrs5-v\iz : i'od-
ev'z," .r v\" I,ly l.ih'ah.-ti n'.? M a-
-azine. udi: Black lo,)L"ss Matia
z i I,;' , t ,
One tii p ) ofti!ie 'C. tillineai inil ;Ii.V
o'Ile i1i the frllo,_ uit," E n-cislh
P PrvieiVs. [ -lDlii-lh'l ,l ai Tihree
Dollars]'viz: ThI' Edinburrgjh,
,oiid 'iii'lo l Q '_, Iitv fl u, W es nin tler
&zN, tth Briikhi R-vievs,. ,
Two copy oft ih_ Cini aiidtat and ariy
. i-liu o tlif rFpi rt : ,
Orre ropy I llth ir Cirtneii .nd arni
'two. l" thle Reviews [published
- at F;'',; D,-/I rs ]. ,' ;! ;
ne coriv o ," li. (Coilineriit ith
anV otieff ol the' ThA'fe Di!.tr
a ,;azine anLd amy one f,f the
T e\.ie , h L
|T\o C'r-oi'neiws a ur any d wo 6fthe
I plrblishei
Doliors o:, ,5
T'lir-i-- Ctntine1lts ail anTy oneof
thbRe v- '; ') .
FiamrContiu'ehtis ar ny -it it,(
F-,evit,'owst, iy ,iy one (f h,e
'hree (Jbniirefits and three ofthe
-. "vu' i [ puitshed at ,Sevcn
D mm/)//i7;ij, ', -' ,, .. .> .
'w,- CoI;lIIet.it4 anil ihe F6ur Re
.views [ I tblishfd at Eighl Dol
lars I ', ,
Four 'CiIililill s and two Re-.'ie-%s
Seve C (Ciirtinaeiais and the FPur
- Reviews ,- ,. ',,
FPI'V Ctloi'irre",ts with ilie.Fbur Re
'iews an i,%wo-ml0 [Bl1ublished
* at 'f/ D ,l,',i\r, -, ,
VTI' Ri-atit'.i.,.i (in "aft cais
aid) rmay be, m-Ide at 'our risik,
the cash is enclosed anIl cnlitlLd in ]
of 4a.Prl-i l ,sII r. I

ed ubjScrib'es wlw 'i ^l\e ndi
d their papers duirtm some weet
are informed that owrng to the su's
of its publication f'or tha timne,- 4o
i i6ed. rT. ifs iiIformatiouis QIt\,e
kr to satisfy the nirnerous.intquirie
hav-byeehn ;ddresed to us by letter
time of'sinbscription will of coars.
teindd so far a to provide
: ,, I by', i'fi f:-: Ur m+pu~ s
ciJ-ipiaIl b b-8 ilur 0o publisi
part-of, the fd'riner proprietor,

Spbc.irei: Nrt5MneRi' -We sen
cilnt-ni iaiibr.',of the Contithentt'th
to persons who are not Subscribei
hil- tiihat,-sh'ould lhey be pleased
ch .ictpr of our paper, thJy wil1.i.
us their narncs as Subscribers,

,-- Subscribers who are in
al'Ireq,;eslel to' ron'i't lhe amou
wit h. n in' dfT.', as 'w % wisii to c
iumsiapdipg debts tO t'e paper as
*possible. ... ; .

We wish tO employ 1(
I ra vliin l erti s. NligL' nneed p
ca'n>ntltrty'h saiitl.tory rel
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-- -I.res-s PoIk'/ P ) .' :
First N iumi)er iuit, Sturdav, Juily 8, 134-. 3 E'i'ToRs *WElTERTM CosTiNiNI,

T jLtW.'ir_.-.-n cneTiNE, T, oill.,.e condnte i
lip,). .a lni' rli'tn inl1t Iri .n .ll:i Af'any J uL rinal
-.nuth of Ner-'Y.,rki. li will bh ts,.-liirivi-lv de-
vincd to Ltlertriare and n i r.ner.lI lnlclhn!eiteei .re -
,wnetam, a- sitric.u.ii-utr.lity upoiin all poiitCldl"ind
(-tfiiri.ini 'ill tn' ._ri5..
It wv.,ll b. mainly d.-vteild to lb't re-prirrtin,
Iriii the b''l Tit i ini nm calga ill inl',ii-'hli article
as 'n1v br i.lreieaitel merit. 'lue p-r-od:ical hI'
-r iir'e oil mur,,se is abLinda-it ani va'inabl,'; sizl
Ilinerd a1 hl i at _rqjtl eipen.e .id i\" the aid of
the chiel'ftrlaerifli? lda\. The rt;priblin-aiin.
a a clh-ap r.iate, of those artlclesi% a li could 'rioqt
othertie' I.0e rea 1, ex.:eptL a the AppenI e ofim-
poriinj -.eteral ostllv niagazne's u nd joyurnaiLs,
cannori nt it ie aci'ptal'I,' o thli.- 1nbli.
'*Tne West'rn i-,mtnfinent will. vontaim' original
conlriblin'i'n tisii'-s the editorial notices and
criticis.-lns. which wCill i'ivais mhke a part 01 itls
ontents Tuie e Jit.irs liae iimde urranienents,
whwh will, thlivy iltita, alyay.-s enue so nunch
oi-iinal i..tlr as should entitle thelijournal to,
I hev till, moreover, carafuly attend to thie-
Neivs Dep-rinient ol liieir paper. Folefgn and
Dioinrestic intelliLence-pohtiieal, liierary and sel-
ntlntific--diawn Iirn tIhie inmost authentic apurce,
will ba always. iiund in their'" journal. One aml
Iha edllors oi hlie papei will devote his exclusive
attenlitin to those selr-etions which are designed,
in a great part, to i onttibule to its ritrest.
Thie ediltors tf'rhe \We.tern C,)onrent appeal
to.lhei.r Sou'likrn fiicinds for support in Ithi-u n-
drtaking. Aihhiuenh, ini tne opinion that n'o in-
leresa cohld be nik.-erve.l by devotmin its ccliiinls
to political discussion, they have determnuiied'(o
keep the journal altooflroin sutch topic; *ye'i,
rieverLhele.,s, as ctizeits: aad iniative pft. a-.t-it uh-
ern State, seeking to6'slablish a Family News-
paper, thev ti-el jusitIed in relying lor support
> ilde kindred leelhins and common sympathies
or1) people of the South.
. ..' .. -. .

*a F.r. ""- TERMS.
"-*"'+ ,J .... whichh basa 2 a Ye.arpayable invarlabl.y in advaice.
?+J.tmttI pi^ir ', .Three Copies foi one year, or .
3 Mr 'd bm q pphieaktion to One Copy tfr three years, ,., 5 .00
^-l^'i^ Lr JJDR'AN' ,, 8,ven Copiua,., ,.-,, 1 ] 0 00
,. ^ ite -..., :+ Tweive "@. ,.-,, ,,,',,,, ia3
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SUNpdid le'tircs A wit reeiv

,- In the first iWQ, number of thr
New Series, a material error crept unper-
c.-i vO ipto thc PROSPE.CTUJS.,. ;
the Tfl'^lits,i" yelevoqilVars was print-
i d -ithe 'charge fu. steven. copies., ins.eati
,,I Ten, Dollars. Someofthe PTospec't-
tr'*s ipfit-('e sr-paraiely contaitied the samF
- rrllr. '* '* ** :' *. .. :.

".L 1[ S T -0 IFA"''NT8'
LIS T ''. Awis o
,{;- M,'. H~EN TM. LElw s Of.Moftgomiry;+
Alabamra, is our Geuert l Travelling Agent for the
A!Ikdaina and Tenaessee. ..- ,

c? Messrs. R.4MoRR13S,0Co ,of Black Hawh'
Missisippi,, are authorised Agents of this paper.
v il le 'f~ y .; .. ':+ ..
JIJOHN-P- Wll..HT, Lynehburg, Va.-
R. G. BErLL, Liberty, i -



square of 10 lines, I riine .$ 00
S do 3 times .- .'1' 00
; o I: :; 1. onth n' 25
d,'i 31 itr')uths 3. :. ,00
S-' ,,do 6 month ...00
S: i ; ":' 3 *1 year,. . 8- 00

Ad'vertisenenrtSf tw.o 0or i'oire square,

insert-d at the same, rates Y.;:' ...
A fair discount allowed orf' adrertis-
e m ,- n i s f o r th e y e a t L i i' s e t
Business Cards of six lies itisertid,
Sanrid paper served to the aivo'rtiser one
SyeDr, foy 6 5
SBill lfor adveruising p.vahil8 itN.rlvance.
..xce.p whln spe.i~Jil.reemei'ts arp. madi;
and all advertisements nbt,,aerflse di-
red ,t i ijnjW -ir foxbid't tthe above iates.
C i< :: ;

,'r-'nrs expriI.-aic -, 'If , ,rtis- s 1 he m ayt be
able to render entire sntislficiin to those
who maa fai,'liiii with their. -patronagre
Office in Ihe !R~orm. adjoining the office.
,*f the Florida Democrat.
'August 17, 1848-49-ff- '

L ii L 0 0 D.
The high anld b vied celebrity which these re-ominent
Medicines have acquired for theii invariable efficacy in all
the dLse-ses which ldiey profes to cire, has rendered the
usual practice of puffing not ouly unnecessary, but .unwor-
thy of'them. They are known by their fruits; their good
works testify for them, and th-s thrive not by the faith, of
the credulous. .1 s h .

In the south and west, where theee disease 'prevail, they will
be found Invaluable. Planters, famimers, and others, Who once
use theseMedicines. will never afierwards be wilhuul th.-m.
CONSUtMPTION. Used with grlat success in thui duetse.
D)1BP BPSlA&. No piraoh with thei distiuesing die-
ease, should delay using these medicines immediately. -.
FIFEVER and AGUE. ForthiS'scourge'ofthewle'
ibn counlrry these medicines wilt be found a safe'speedy, and
certain remedy.- Oither nmetdicines leave the syatein subjlct to a
return of the diseasi-a cure by these dedlicinee is pertnianet.
"T IT E ,. .
Never-fails to eradicate entiely all the effiets of Mercury inri-
niely sooner than-the mnoat powedulpireparation of Sarsatiarilla.
P'13L: 1IiES The -T6rigrnal proprieilto of thse'amedicines
was cured- of Pile. of 35 year .standing bj te use of these Life
Medicines alone. ,,
FAINS in the head, side, back, limbs, joints and organs.
It V4 AL T1 i SAl AT I S 1. Those afflicted with ttll;
terrible ilidease, will he sure of relief by the Life Medicines.
RUSH of BI.OODi to the HEAD, SCUR'Iy.
*orot forms, ULCERS, of every descrtipion
f, W 0 1 2 M, S oo all kinds, are eflectually expelled lhy
1 lhie Medicinee Parents wilrdo welltto admninisler them when-
ever their existence is suspected. Relief wilU be certain. -
And thus remove all disease fron tie system.,
S'A sliRle (tril will lace the L I F, PIL S antf
.P Hi(E NI X'B I TFTE R S'be ond the reach o9eompe-
,Lilion iu thei estimation of every patient.
',The genuine tf these medicines are now put up in white
Wrappers aud labels, tgethlier with a pamphlet, called
itJ~offat's Good Samari(an," containing the directions, ce,,
on which is a drawing ofBroadway from Wall rt'net to 'our
Oflicee by which strange visithig the city tcan very eat\y
hii4 U9. The wrappers i 'd Saniaritas, ar, oipyrigited'
. thete(ore thole who procure ihem'i hilh wlite wralppr- can
be atiured that they are geauiue. ie careCl, and do inot.
huy those with liyilelotw reppers; but ilr you do, be satifieil
RIt they come-direct from us, or doit touch them. ;
17,- Prepared aid sold by .
35 Broadway. corner.of Anttny street, New Yor.
SForSal.. b 5&- l iOtO..
Ds t Ja.AD 1,HN, B10.SNA1A. t
SPeitsacola Aiogusr, 10 1843. -

... .. MEDICAL.,NOTICE ..'
"1["S:+'WILSOI a rid VA-" WYOK, (late
"i. Professor ofi Silrrery in the Frafikihi NIe-
licl Ctllehge of'-Phil:lIphia,)'hc;e rrmed si co-
"pasrili'rSi, kiill'r till- rraetli 'n- MKf i PI F' E. and
SURi YEilY, and I'.)r I e'lNSTRUCTION'OF
: Patients frqm a diutance,- an' be weill ar-mom-
modii-ed, and on reasonable teinms, einher ar th,
Vtoidels br Privatfe 'BoAordino Hie'qi oli n' PcitI,.
Oand can receive fromn the Si.,scrinbr. sir h Medi-
cal anid Suaaical atteiitio' ta' itheit dases Ilay
reqi~ire. -.*'.*'* -
A linnited number of OPFICE'STUDENTS
wti!l b' 'ricemived, who ".'ifr be snpphied with
"'oqk-, Piates, Aintoinie'al.,' arid other Prepar-.
in i- ill he regaflarlX examinicrd in the pro.
gress of their salu.lie, according--to the mniil-
-pursated& i- tho? large ,Nur-(hen:-,ci.ties,-.wil be
laat.'ht.lo i:o.:piind and dispense M ed eirles, an.I
will h ini ir-Lied in ILhe. mijqor: -Ea- rv dav
dulie- ol..lhie SUr!eaioi --leeldinig,. -,ULippii,,-
Bandaui,,-ig, '- ,., i<. i +
Perrr'ips mn Privateli QMece in any:Ai'neriahi'
cilyv All afl'ird a grealtr variety olf ew ant' ap.
prot-d reme"'dies' or present ,inre practical ta-
ciltipt tor studentiia. "
In eonn,.tii6 wilh Ithi-j.departmaent it mi9 abe
proper o.*ai& .ial a .pqa.. a8 possible. *v j. -
fitarjr,,' f,,,i rec"pti'l ofboth"'Mdcii-'>.

PSR IE RLDR.i'CE lJ TO t 3:: 1
FOR TI E t:". LiC 1EQ .SlEC R DiR-.lD E .\E.
v--3' We challenreany iv dicine bufori
ihe public t% corip:tre in 'TAS'. &r CtR'rT-
AlNT'r of ,CUE? with -
S-, DR.D A.'. A'.(-.J,'. AN'.
V We. are authorizd:d toorefer t"
nuitibers of fahe filsi PNi'vsiciiis,-Jl th,'
South and West (ourticul.irly in. lj obi;,
ahd New-Orlean's) who air" u-'ting iti>'
piefereinoe to any. other niediciie. '*"
- V3 It is now put up, ii LARGEO-
bottles and in neaier.-lyle thai, any nied
,cine of the kind befor'i tlie"pu.bic.' .
I11 'It is made ofFRESH DRUCG
just received irom t-he impatrte.r andt-WAR-
iANTED riot to naisentip, or in, a'ny-,Way,
>.nconvediencr the phtieit. ; .
itZr See envelope arourid ]'lch hNitli.
\.ith-directions, &r., with desc.i pilot and
directions to CURE GLEETSTICTT
TURES. &c. n ;
,: Pr'p';rtd and orby E.'D,.,O
LE 1AN 106 DAUPHII'iSr. ;tEEW, Mr.filt,'
and for sale by O. 0. SM'F-tH. ole Agent
Pens.M-ola ilv G-43 if. ,'

West Florida Collegiate Inslitui&t
H'rH Trustees have the pleasaueof,-announe
TL ing ihat'i tev-huve sci-lred the -'eri.-ea o"t'
i ,Ir. .WM T. WALH4TALL as Principal i-
bhis Institution .
Mr. WaltisaIl's emninieriit qiili.fleiafflan arc ,
SellI known to the Trusteec and thery unres.arved-
(v recoommend ihis school as de serv'ig the con"-
-Idene and patronage of thIe puliic.. -
-. President -ofthe Board of Tin-tees .
Peibfa'cola, Aoril -27, Id8 --r351 f- -
.M.. F DVl DMgN.Ti;T-l'lEit .E
Constitution bf the.Stat e of lori-.'
Pr.'n'sed, atid if grrc r, to by the th rd Gen '
eral Assembly q e'.mj. cl16 tit atIon o\
ikte- -rezi Genera-I A.-femb!ilt' \'---t 91
AN- ACT to amend thie I 2-h Clt;i:,e or thie ,rjih
Articleof the Ctnsiitntion of tlii S.late" ro I
that theiJ, Ay>sat the.CircuitCuurls-bidii,! old
onthei-rpffies foi- ther nof ighi.t yarsieer.i
o Pdurin de.hoid behavior-, T
SEcTIoN h' Be ati'enatcted, bly the Pnnait' anl
.House nof- Represenlti es ote the Ste f Fli,.ri-
Iain General'Asd;fIrmbiy <-onivctne'd, T a lia iii
l2th4Chliuse oftihe 5tf Article ol thV 'mnift.itro
if this e Stare be-so- artiended w't t 10d ten'o iqti ron -
viz : ..That at tni ehpirntlianl oh lhe Poft leirm-
it ofrn-p of t '' `vdId .ofithe Cir.uit Couris, rtsiii
1rte-exception herein-iftur ui-initionf.l,, ihe ludpt
of tha Stprh e GoCurt,,andiiJ the Jitda uf ithe i
CircsitCourt, shall be elected a ni, a atrm of
-iTht years. and ph1al hnold ibeir uede fr tbh-il,
:term, unle- s eitoniterremio)v. d uf "dir the pro, s'is
iOnsgmate in I>bis Coniptitp ionn '.r th1 a itinoival
of Ji(iges by add.eaas or i'inpearclne .. i' j pird fc.r
firfil'asshlnt ofduhy,~r or ilier r(aura re Ciase,.
whichli hnll not be s nillirri'nt aornild itlnairanUjpch.e
mieitt-the Governoi sitll iemnVe a "y o ftlein, I
on there foddress of twoi thir ifl of tihe Gitperal A-.
Ietrblv'. Provide, however, Thium the. Uust-
or causes shitll be slated t it-nfitlh in such ad.
aresi and entered Oa the Jhournn l' o'eao i f-IHouise'
And- idsed, further, '1Tbat the cauie or can .
sIt shall be'r noticed tothe Judge do intended toi
he re-nirved, aid be shall be adiitittd to a t, dr-
ing iJaahiry wi, defehc, -ire a'i vote fr ch
removal shall pas S: anid in such caei the t.aie p
shall be takenlby agr aid nauV' ano entered 6n1
the Jiu mnitia ol ea( i -l. ouise reop, ectlv ly -

orIbaG- 11 iiinnt cliaurg, d." ''ui
"*,SEC -i n Beif, I tliere ri; i | T3 the J ib s -
.firstuppoite- under I ii'ainined C lunRliluin, i
Alhall si-uhivided h) lot 1fuip tour 'classes, 'rhu.-
first class shalllhoil hi- or Iheir office or offices
toir the term o r itwo' venr., the ecollord ifar the.
term Q( ,four years, th.e tlird, f(ir the termi ot six,
years, thbe fouririm fmrtbe te O'f .ei;02ht yeait.s'
Pih*ssed the 'Seatloe by die Conltiluonal m-- -
jority; December Q2;3 1847. Passed the Houis
f (epresefitatlveq, by thi Cotidliitlonal ma4or-
ity, January 6, l18S.]
SAll F-lonilda paper will ubiallish provided not
more thani 20 is chi-rgrd. .
SA?,nl 11, l l- ^ .
% TOTICE i, hereliv given ,that six llopltial. atar
S this d y, ni i-111i pre-'rt inm acoylifnltyah i
voucher" as the Adr.iitrator of .Truiai"i JrJ .
si'if), 'acaserl, to the'-hnulirable J ifige ni. 'm"Ir
-bmr the corinly oll pamnbiai, Loft *chi l>^iBO,.
ask Lobe dischargo'id. -
,AMBrRUIB JONES, AdmiaiArater.
PehS IuMnJ~ -2 4--^-A-6,. -

n.. 2 T. ..'v ,, i .P" Ou- 1 .iivinf. lrm
ihe L.? ib **<* jit tr li jir'linta v rv l


IENT,' nact mariner a,- 'r. Arust 3 in.
', ld. Order' from tlip-rcountrv will ,be punctuall).t.t- ,i j LM
t',fideil t,.,'when' leflt at Ihio riflerii.. LA "N1l m ALM
j u n e S "' V L f H ,U "P U I V II g, g" fi 't: e ct'i

.u 1"' ^* '1 l i h s n if ,n-I "'ih ~ ii n .... l q B ^^ 'f l
-" 'r ''urli.

tl)War .s 1 w I_ the l above rpl l; rdi',;r( tip ap. <, l i" le I iel,.,I l, i, ,J ac, r -ti, (.) I ,..o hlyn .e- -_
., ro t_ c. i i a [ ,f 1.. 01 Fil 4ii.ii ii' irr .f 1 ii. e
P1 luli s- .i of h 1 ,-,r 1 i it- ; i ci l lin i t ill ra sI ii' OlItA.lyl,1,r .e,. i i !lr
a!l n n il illrhti ,jSrtte. O cir is r n bl ahl i r1 i, a ,..t d l N ti tit'h i the.r*i
ii.,ult 2 1 'eal i r,,ld can ro v: r, v w .' tis r )ng,,qd4pj ,p.'r, hqe.. 'ainu*iI4o- l"n-

m nliilllii i-in f. all aJd ol thJit kiid loia, Vr, lnlr ii fln,i ,bi tmuiird,
DELP[-ilNE .!(-RUIAN. in hi,,.,,s.,, -.
II h

aPind c .,la (ki I r i> i I t Si .. AT' *II oFI% --i I J, ASF II, Wi.>
I the 1 -',. trI. M l ; Id dl.-Ver .o lir ah! -r i- le ntinijVJ n rtal-
Sii inR iiim lil'!!, an[i o n tlle llie;an 'ah-:i r in vlseini. .
P :R :!- ALr- \Nnr irh R [I K pii.rrv li(,us.- 1H.i' eriur. f .ivaianl-,
pir Ifi : ii',.ciili r -.niili.r ,r the ailr r rrlinon w il -,, ... e ,v,1I li e of i ll,.s -_ Aliio l ie ''a .- -it
4 00 L Pr01hr, Ale a,, ilplsr, liora l.est ni anl .;. i_'. ,,ita, t',ir ^ii4 rs rno" re'i.r c Ihi d lst i sib ion.
11rr- ic Phil,,d alih lai, N Y ..irk. rn.,ii; -l-, ,il'-w',, i ha t i- i r p ibl l&h i al ie L "'b ) Ai''
'I.-I i n . I' ," ILLI t.I s, ar,.I. I ,,rdrr L .ilt t Ilain v
LII q t) d andtiaer umlcir Lt thtliirieotdht1-4 real

r l''- -id. i r -, a n "lli -n i' a"itr- an t in l ii h U i.iu,.,t .,il-i al r ,,i r Fii-h Airuiih a. nIax, tuL
+ ll lii J lr a t a i, ; l 'i l'uin r i c s r- --i. l,,rt i lhr[ t ll a i i p l e i li_-. ,V|u B
Wi t Ill". w. Yor P Ul N. i ;i,'-rlW.N.pIANh A 'D .-T,_'- T' oK l t -ci t,,
A h. .tL' !,,r nr their I hiiai ea l as el.-n\s-ibl-,
A n ,r {OCOLA.T E--5 1.ox'o wee, t iid-,,ole c nt,. ,:i| lie-iii.plird tL.ilA i tuLr w-.-l 1
S U j j received andl for tale dy ..-- ,a mandy copDie' a8 r id ii a'r d el l uliesdl
S r C-(. P. KN&I'P.., '. fy ip~- S te ill. d-m -- m~dI~t
-- < [. "' P***^ $"I p .'.ip v ,tb;ei(. t l i',r iri lris c -io.i, el r i. lahy. ialtSo
5 5 00 i -, r Iivithde a nl le Snitl ii iic- i t, r i it ld a C' ,y ot" lll-ir
i ._P.OFrIC.--Dirint'. ifyabsence. fro ,, BUSiNELS CAteD," ,t ich i1ll be' prille,,
Y I .Otl- l ns:teo0at N0 r GEORG1E VW and placed ori the (.,iO r ohMl'ih' Ahlanaiaca sriii
0" 8 0 \cCA Y willact a tiv"agent. iensa o iA ilN D ctaergI. -. l
0 + '* N' '* H TN G E N I.P They are also all ness ar\
.... o x p q w e e "io l t ex' 1

S, e dire, i.,- Ilot the A-ii..i,dGm bh.illd be l rwa
4 0 r~ aridt ded thoi em. By law Iit.'y calinot be seAlt ui-
; P,- less th postage is first paii4 en ti-enpihciras' -
" 6- i0 DOC'TORU Ti*. D. SPOT.5WOOD. Orders (post paid;) directed to DR. D
R0 ENPECTFULLY.render his profess iAYNE,, PhiladelpliaP, willeea:,iith pr'nirp-
S :+... _I~trLial servi Les to hie ci,iz-i of Pen attenon.AMLIS 'an .b,'" he M -
7 ,i a laandhad vicinity, NtheiseveORal depart N,- Gratis ofJ. ( oMtI theil. e '- :ma i /.
.i e rnents6of his profession, h.i"in had s n_ 'DeceOb. 7ti, l8aso 8 .ra .II -:' .
'Toil Or~omt deersib(posth 1848 eced .o D1.E

T0/ .. PUBLIC. .
C.:j 1 ,,ive bAn v is+'i,. pis, o,,r DYSPEP SIA
L.IVE1 0l -:Oi PLj ll CIP'NS'I'P.4TI('oN it.
the il'l W EL.7andi ( ENFP. P Al ["EB-1IT.y fr
hniir', ,a'r"i or .,'iqn e prewou 'h.*eciitc h ""
*-1 ; anly-appi( i\e bhd. li ,i.d. I _uf r.d from a-
ontniied hrjiire-s in or abt ijil i .Ap Livtlr F ati !ea),;et, ,ifficill' v i .l-a|ii g t n '
n1Yv BWtLS_ .were (.poniipat, (0 ih i- ",itok
tent that I could y,.i an PV 'atiiaoi "n uni al' tti "
kit.ij'v'iieu D T4 vl'.cjW[4T vi^' we
kll,,r da'e~ D ...
::.nii| l' 4 Ip lit .flu liehn dj'i' ,cj t ai juraii .

xh:ini|fd aid I rrpdraedr hlrn"; I I kketlellen.-
'u thrinrihe lime ,)liuy ,zl,,,-a 'hr"iv lhad ihe i-.
indiane vidha tire-., it larger rnn'ettr 6f i-t firal
Ph)tlrians of tfli-Snillhi M \d V% el (40 ttl h n,n r-
r"Ric'6aniit beha il I was di*'l#-jedr a_ ill
r'ah.;all p,1i-.nnilnn- ny dtoe -a 'hopelom
I.n;, In+ (.nerq't, etAi'B 1 i lt.i indylb 0em
"'!h(idl6; ,,fi .& i.' er, arid ih fih, a 'mi "'1I '
iinderlt+ .i. l i *'.. ,- u' a vter'v y r. sit iFrp4.- 1
hiad given iiputblh de.;pa:r, aa ny diseqis l had h ta -
fl-d not ,ialy prmi',h,'l mren.l hut aJl the n, L'
rirll rofiWlhe'.dwv hkrl faril ded. fe eewf .
tOLE.',A;,i-N "A",.I I )Y,P.p iCA jND
TlNICl E:I 'TEl i ,dv','6c.neuded e&,
r'*rnler ies,,rt I,1 tiv hiiii. T col' niiM he i rvin
rltrini oh ihr'e':3ii De<- ilinter itiA-,' ahitij ltf.e ]I
fWh iiuLedthe'ilnid boille, ruy. bggel,.reg.iW r
t1 irregidh an l r i sI mi fnle4 VJ'..appelie il1-
nroveo, irt fiud Lhm.l I now eat irli'adreee 'wit

a r-
. H P, r ~ y ., ,n pl .l l 'c h n i ig e ft "a im 9 '* a -l t ll ^ d i nL -
/),eeaMe'rtlbifl~ ,i iai} .4lrf iid .iUwih, lIavtjlt.&fl ni. A. 4 4"ve. tyuH.L di nv ,M
eallh.!iId lrqtllh o i-c'i,,;nl ] p-,ll,llii-
.il i,,,,, a,,dj ..pp, ,,.,,,,,,,,,. F..-, ,-'(i' ,fiff i ,a riB, '" '
,i, f/',.e. rf h,,.h'dn,,, ;'f'i, ,tlh, iii,,,,p" r+ iB ,
tlrnf i S a if-,w leaf ,11 mxiit. <-. l s. ia ,
F'i-: HEIlEIlil'K VNOLD. :.-. i .
. blawA7's Office Mobi4 Feb. 8, 1848.
Pels,,1tfl iappei) 't;d.t ifh te lie, tlhe i. titli ,
sig-ked, l"I-Vdf'Ml,'qVAuibofi s'vl lestifiei ;
O va (t lh e' O b ve :rlh i AM PT',R ilf 1h ri ," .'C." air i 'slio "
-liallv aid s t. -_3tFIre n.
F, R g f W[JNOLIk
Att4i;J. W.'' IHILDEFtS, Mayeri
Stt-V|rlpared tnimi sdn,.A w-hvsale- ,tld.
r ih1bjE;. "D, CtLbE.MMAM'; (tn oUJa.
P.ltPritee,) Noi .JG ..Ddiiph ir st.'.-Mobi
: u 't'fle --1 .. '. ., '
Fo, ,,a +v ..... .-, r; ^ p,s~ ~ H .;'' +
... Drug.i., PenHol.
'.M1reh 15.-'184'8F. in
.". ... t ~ .
COLD JVEILRL ,f,. ..,, -;
PnE sul.jIcriher h ehlave cnchliilimll '!* pin4lA k*l
aft ininier in Peiisr,.',la, invi- tna'-diia
t,14 gentlriiini, lo ciiuie and in1peji 'hralr*'ptri-,
ient cafOold Je.wll- rv" a, Mr.'-Girdner atore op
PIlaP')l rlret-'. Wrtnliutnl idcijrnirf t toiih1t t t ay ':
"oTplTnmern--ujon ,ia own 'imalo to ilhe seleclioq) .
i l'e'elb cunfidiiq, whvy.M'ill tId tihe brilliant *ar
hitlcrang chhri;ns- ,tlhr'rnl'/irrlistlaihle, especially .
Ahen a,<'ciaBhd withI hnp. ?nilierinw mmtlurl'Vonm
with'wbicl-f'nalui' tai'endrioed her fair dautig " A. ITGHg ..A
p .,t, l,, Juty q;] Ilt8-4J3-3a '. *-' -

A T[he pillic are reipectfullly ini"rf '
tI.M 1haL,.le Jenks Hotel, ina Pendei-la.
b ^it. Iww opeh for thd i&eoiak0dWllon of
vgS!'il iiLlers and re'o.iar boarder, .TFPhe-
hIi'Lle hllt riegi thorotaglily fttedAn ~ r~ at. i
gf1i^tifrjil le'i ar'daed hlJlake.cj C,9eniant aDa; & "
'flgii L to 1iiiid 'wlI4uavo tle hou" -i't i ir
me.?-.. ... ;: .D.tE.ZNK tI .:.
$" f *' *l i i i i J,' I ,
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*: *.:. ..* .. '. ^ .^ -^ L-I:..

k*if it&P N. NtWfi, <6 lo
,, NK'RV YwBB. .!?ep'-O-f
,!,.:^, r _- ,..' i^. 'tr eTrf lt[^ ; tif!.'h+,
w b h a hb x ,,I fr. ,A. '1%' CoIlerlln l'.Itll' "
n^.Tii n^Tonr~c Bil^ ^ ^!^-
thi 17litil q3114, d '' ai NN I Or,-nA.^V'
uI'rni-rl_ ld lni m iiaifterrif, a r .s ol Iheir rni al
,,^-,I. e l |(,1e^ l ,.,ile~! to himn (h ba fh, t tt.rn','Te'filtpi,.fA'f1 r t!i;l"d .
e'riutii d 'id thi' ,, i % hr- 'ma _enAhle'&14t'4, 'v- 1 'll,
rolls chp ical ilet- buit f n' h'ri': i g
psm.alv find in n.y prarii od TFn, ,i y
'b'a I ii verv,:,t hiate e m r iL h i[tv',-tf t ,i<^lr
,q,' i fh.,r:in fir tii- di., a..- l r u f 'iih i we
I I-0.trillillelA .], 'parlic,.farf% iln yTT 'p` p irFP NS1.
,EA tl!.F.I ES rlE r i lu! |c 1 t r & A C Y to', I. -
1*ALE C4-MPLl^1,T-!, cs are nece-ar',. V rv -i rt'll 'l
S .1. H : ii E L f^^ ^ 'e ,V
F,)rt.eilvy Cheir1'is iorHe" ul",, la of
r'li hia- ac' :- ,' *, ,. .
,AI,. filhe InilloI>,;r,2' fr-rli 'R. F- P!
R,. a .nd -iruner.i. Mo
:" i' 'MOBILK,,NOv t, lX47
Dear 3nir,-l have .been u-ing Pr- 'A. W,-
(e% er -fin-, yomu c meienci d fhe inru'friul-ire 9V
fthein) in iii. la;nrl), and I mnusl sa Ithat I have
tofund ithrn ore ia4 the hnest frimi's I evr'r usetd-
I %as ir.,ulhed 'iiil a mr,-iiijueJ heada8c4 Ci. oJasd '
.ey imui-edialeyi n-fi-veltn. 'IhVy e tgp.ilorI- t
h1. imSliuilihau n-U1i sl. teIn' g fr erahly,.rB]ieve d.
tia, i-iinn-diatily', and I find thiem ,a Ifano .eZ-
., llent ie+,ilrd f,, r uoi in it ny chlldreiL. Ip1
tlu ii, I PHO;lld ihai al whie lie XBrj h Is
.Aiedcui,1e, they are ;laI,, a. i1 irtf'e tasfte. ".'-.tir
c. R L ROEERT E,..W1 GIh k.
Also, Ih 1. i i Liig -ium [His Honor th-i.Pav
..rt tl".\ ~lr, ,l.. "- "
SMAYOR'C OFIcc, Nh.-1il, No1 1. .
d Ju hereb ttril'y ila1l, li.a ti- ed, during ihe
'd-l sunirnPri 11," ci. KslP n ii lq"t i Br gi w-/,
-'eveirai b4ates l C,.LF.MAP'S TNjc piTTIrlfis, ol4
I,. ,-rPialy -beifiited :.Y th',ir use. AofB,| 3 WR I
lur. tlie srouMAic thfy are not0 itnipas.I.j in na
opinion by any '1it,.jc itw Il iif.t o .it ,
4 l i Mmvor n,'lhe l'it if .." ,
In adilion to [ihe a!n,.t ie ,irild -reew.
r',eapd thninm as,,TmIr>Nc, ii Aa iie arid Feti.r, aa^
,the levi'r uf ithei m!,il. ;- eni jniw*,
1'yvphut-, Scqrlet, Ship. J"ilaiid Ho';ipaj0. eetel.
They Canl iaketUinlnv snd .&id,#sijial(mj6,
,ein .it iLg r.L L- ,,tA i n4DLB '1 _tP Bkp, ..'@
C,'NTAIOltr A )San oa *, ..i4 c!/iu iiiLl i
'OIN T it ar -E -*, -. .
'if up iN qan b.rni tl n r'.:l name 0 t6.
ntelihlt ii iiin a,m) rtit.-Fd ,la;(Qb, oij ,Oi(Ortyitlll.
Pri>c One .D)llsr'per e l ri S t Uil T
"PMpttpu.- rd:Sold by ('L '.-
No, 106 Dapthiir. S reels M ohilv, .^d a^PP.'-+
, N. Qrlean,. Also fl'orSalJe'bi -J
.-.MITH, Sole A.-nt Pe,:i,.ola.
Prt-'ia,.--la. 3.1':" ia^^i^S ?s

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Le .wneM.s ,
A 4; t$l) ONP' tae4 .-ufllT, NETwaEi.'
Off. AWM 1 900 WS A Is'


Sr, 1 DnsA At I i smed every 'Thursday
S mI1 g ie--Terms of Slbacrtption l4 per anpum
Wbilbl in advan or within the first six month-
Sct sAid until the end of six months or
J nk paid lintil tlh end of tjie year. No asub-
ein taken for less thah. year payment will
tdi'mported in advance. ." ..
66 will he charged far annoouaing each candid
d ue for office.
All Legal Advertisumet must be paid for in

S.ertismCntBr inserted at the rate el one dol-
Stoe*,orv ten lines (or less,) for the first, and
y see for every cuatilnuous subsequent inser-
The privilege of annual advertisers is limited in
S ir own im mediate business; and all advertise
t. s farth benefit of other persons, as well
S*lalea ad.vertinseintsm n"Rauction sales sent in by
ntkin, must be paid uit the usual rates.
Our advertising friends will oblige u by hand-
in their Advertt-einents on ''uesday or earlier
N* the week, otherwise they will lie over until the
S' *r eding week,
.rElery subscription for less than one year to be
idiarged at the rate of St for six nonthio in ad-
Aldjobs to be paid taor in deliveryand all adver-
'tments in advan,.-, sanilos the advertiser has
St.,open aucoint with the office.


.'' NE'suber'ihcber r,'sp-i'Ciillv infurmIs hIs Iirnds
n ad the public ",nersllv, that be has taken
nd thorn'uhly rep-uririd and refited the enmaimno- and dtlelig!ilttllv lo.-aled hi;useat tlhe Eastern
op ot'the MNark-l sqti.tre, 1a 1t is city for the mac-
minodatin nOf Bnasrdlrs, trninatent or perma-
Snetit. The locati.,n of ihims hon'oe issuch as to
rconirnend It1tu the f.ivfr ct' all who wish to en-
4 ty Ihoe Gull'breeze and sea bhhinug-
a is Table will alwav he lurnisbed with the
i'tiefst the mnarltet affiirds.
His bar will always' vsbe supplied with Wines
'a. nd Liquors ofthe beit quality.
Alrached to t1w house is a first rate Ten Pin-
A"ivl'oi'te autnsemneit of all who desire to
S ior in' ith a call.
'ft,'Vrs of the fist quality will st all times be
iNOpI at thigh hose.
SMn. 19, 1847-20if T. CRANE.
S-'** .- ..


f'f e subscriber has resumed his business and cow
oetcpies the building on Palehiox street nex
SWthe ale-,t the" Floinda Democrat." He it
p' reparmd t li tiines,. to furnish'rqfre.hments.s
Vflthe hdb~klar ials & served up in the bebt
mannerandw slitort notlic. Oysters oflhebest
- ,ulity coriuta'tly un hand and served up in
24obh ways as nay be required by viiiters His
h tseare ncwl 'and neatly finedup or the ac-
,NmqrodtCoa and conulort ef customers
,-PnswacoloN v.SW 1848 -1w.
5T ----

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*tvwj*s4 corner ,fJ Pa1.btfo 4 and Gov-
meajaent streets, Pensrrcola.
R [jf g cum-onstantly'on hand a complete, genu.
ir i- tnrtd"ftesh asstnitment of DRUGS and
4 PIEDICINES-'&e., on the most reasonable
.;, V'imilies supplied with Medicine, and Physi-
n'prp.4'c'1611s carefully cn-nmanded and de-
f'" \ -, a-.It *,.'lttght or day. '

Sr ,RL;NWKS, V.ido.a and Carpet Bags.-A fine
I asaurtiauat na hand and for sale.


Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla.
This Extract is put up iii quart btllt,'a; it is
six times chrap-r. pleasanter, and warranted mti-
periir to any soud. It cures diseases without
Svoiniting. purging, sickening ar debilitating the
lThel great beauty and mnpeiioritv at' this Sar
Ssaparilla over all other rnmediine is,`w while it erad-
icates diseases, it inwigorates the body. Il is one
n'the very best Fall and Winter Medicines ever
known; it not only purifies the whole sysiein and-
strenuthens the person, but it creates new, pure
and rich blood; a puwer pOsses-ed by no other
Medicine. AntI in ihi, i:s the grand secret ot
its woniderlulh success. It has pertortned within
the past two years, more than 35.Oil0 curas4 of
severe casps ot disease: nI Iast '30,000 of those
were considered incurabla.
More tbhdt 300O cancs of Chronic Rheu-
2,000 cases of Dyspepsia;
4.000 ease. of' tneral Debility aind
want of Energy; '---
7,000 cases of the Ediffterent enTmale
2,000 cases of Scrofula;
1.500 oases of Liver Complnint;
2.500 cases of Disease of the Kidney,
and Dropyv; ,
8,000 cases of Consuinptio-n;
And thousands of cases of diseases orthe blood.
viz: Ulcers, Ery.)ipela', Salt Rh'-um, Pimples on
the Face, &-., &c, togeiliher wih numerous ca-
ses of .Sick eHacLd.tche, Pain inthe side and chest,
Spinal AiTei tins. &e., &c.
'This, we are aware,. nust appear incredible,
butwe have letters from Phyaicians and car
Agen ta frorniall parts of the United Statews, infqr.
minn yus ofo'xtriordinary cures. R. Van Bus-
kirk, E-q., one of the inmost respectlablo Druggist.
in New Ark, N. J informs us that he can refer
tiijom'-re than 150 cases in that place alone.-
There are thousand's of casesin the City of New
York, which we will r0fer to with pleasure and
teimeni ol character. It'isthe.beat medicine irw
the prever,4ive ol'disease known,. It undoubtedly
saved the lives ofnbrethan -
As it removed the cause of disease, and prepared
Ihem the suiminier season. It has never been
known to injure in the lease the most delicate
This Ss-aparilla is used with most perfect
succos in r,,itirnatic compla-ints, however se*
vere or chronic. The astonishing cures it has
performed are indled wonderful. Other reme-
dies sometimes ive temporary reliet,.this entirely
eradicates it from the system,, even when the
limbs and bones are dreadfully swollen. .
. i H-re Mr. Seth Terry, one of the ol-
dest.and most respectable La-vyers iii Hartford,
Conn. The following is an extract ofa letter re-
ceived from him '
[ bir. .Townsend--I have used one bottle of
your SarsapariJla, and find it is excellent in its
effects upon a Chronic Rheumatic pain to whm
I am subject, from an in iury occasioned several i
years ag.,, in a public stage. Please send me
twobottlestothecareofSeymore. I have con-
versed with.lwo ofour principal physicians", and
recommencedyour Sarparilla. *-

._ artfordl, March 12, 1I45.

.. Cleanse and S'ren,2then.' Consumption. can be
1 B3K4.. basat Chenang Ptatoe.s. FuJ eared. Bronchitis, Consumption, ILivercom-
.,tLY sale by- E.DE, LA RUA plaints, Catarre, Qoughs, Asthma, Spittinc
wrs '2; of Blood, Soreness in the Che-t, qecti.-
Fluinh, Nighi Sweats, Difficult 'or Profuse Ex
FRESH BEEF. pecloration, Pain int the Side, &c, have been
JE *f- .- -sr.signed having received the and can have been cured.
RT'e.itf'fr stupplitf- the lJ 1. Sqita- Dr. fownsend-tbear Sir: Neaily twenty
S_ .1' with fresh Beef, ake- years ago I took a violent cold, which settled on
ah h p on t bl t...i uefy lungs, and affected meseverely, indeed finally,
." ineti r inforinin the public th become a constant haclking cough, but not sAt
S'(q has take. 4sltall in the market where severely as to prevent me from attettding to me
will be c'f-eIlV found hle best Beef the business. Within the last few years it increas-
waill bee c .qx -
:--.t t- atpics ..out the ad on mnie gradtiallv. At last I became redueed-
untr a ds, and at p ( suit I beathed wih difficult., and raised with my
.&ue. F"riles will be supplies inofth caugli much bad matter, and for the last nine
r qiarteiv h reasonable terms. He mornihfs previAlis to using your Sarsaparila had
S1to rei-,eiv .ashar e of-he public pa- regular sweats; indeed, my friends and myself
Look t fr sal o. 2- supposed that I wouid die with theConrumption;
..oage. tfoo ouor stai N, ID. hut 1 have the happiness to intbform you that, to.
JOHN HENT. my stirprise, a'"ter uoing three boltles of your Sar-
July 7-tIf. saparll4a, I'fiud my health restored. It relieved
me gradually, and I am now anjoving much bet.'
ter health titan I have before in 26 years. I had,
SC. P,.K"aspp, .almost entirely loat my anpelile, which is ,also
A N't w op ei- _u- returned. You are at Liberlyto publish this
'K.juet. repi;yo Hddsnwoein h.rytopb L
la "udl. rced ad .w oewith my name in the papers if Fyou choose. J
Iar W...... 0 ent of Mv tittle uirl who were three years older had a'
ry Goads, a's .'jI, Ctothin gBooia, very bad cough the whole of that Wir.ter. We i
S.. .. a1-t., 4'- 4*_ .-.. became veryfnuch alarmed on her account.-
Shoes 1"' --. While usitug the medielne. I gave her some of g
Ever offered for alh: tt tbis n.'rket, wT it, 'hd It soon ,ntirely relieved her,. as well as
sihaf int.ends'disposing of at V-ry low,prices. nyself, pnd she is we'll ino*, and hearty as any
.2C" 29 '7f" .n d I -.evf" saw. 'She was alsO. full of little i
... *- blotches -:it took them away and her skin is t
wTI('E. smtnooth and are now, and I am satisfied she 're-
iOtvE-R & Va..GHAN having by dceeit,'vered her health from using your excellent 1
t.. ....a l>. ilte ,ivr ,' ', r eerLtin nronpert vin trt ii medicine. -

$r. payment ol th! .redilorm, nouce is hereby
j*ven to all perpmo- raving claims against the
tivd'dolattherstip, m- present n same, Yroperlv,
nithenticated' to 'e itibscriber within three
,., oontks lfromu this uoe. C'edtilora present:ng
. f*hr demands within that timt' are preferred to
f ,, otWSacola, Jlu'y 2lath' lm48.-44--3m.

444 Bowery.

' You have pale complexions, dull eyes blotches
on the face,, rough skin, and are '" out ofsperii.
use a bottle or two of Dr. Townsend's Snirppaip.
rilla. It L ill cleanse ynur blond, Teii.ove. tho'
freckela i,4 blotches, and give you anitoitiun,
spaLrhnt rihe spirits, and bratinuilu, cbi-
.Xwei': i -av.f,--- .I---.

.. ... 1011 o' i.ami rlm" 01 il are ot mnm ense value to
Law Notice. unmarried ladies.
t..frlo. *nahshrihcer Is'v. entered into tnpartner-
S-r-, sh;p in herra,-it;e for the Cel- GREAT rEMALE MEMICINE, -
,'Iirl, CoijhttelloVz IZ neambla, Sta. ]Roma.
P uN uti-o itti Va, honaib Florida ; and toea Dr. Townsend's Srrsapatilla is a sOvereinri
'at'. tyottirattoni iFlorida;mardthe and speedy care for Incipient Consuinptiorn,
tone.euayoon in Alabama. *t, eorrth orit -uqt
.... DILLON JORD.N Sen'r. Ped or difficult: :MIenstralioq, Inconoiene : uf
'if 'AS. M. LANDRU.A. Uri'ne, oriEvotinltaty.dischaie thereof; s.J ftor
a1.Ietrif T *7, 1.8. the general ,Prostfalibi ofthe Systpm, no Pat-
a,.:':. ---....,__ __ 'er whethrtheresu9i-of the inherent case, or
,;. J-A Ll,'W E D PLAST ER.PAR iS. produted by i.rregufarfLyillnesu ni accident.
Vi 00 CYodGINi *1 (C) of Rp Jltelphia cnn- Nothing can 'bu- T'Zb surprising than its in.
"' '~~- timloe 'to-,rid'fa'ttre qloned Plaste' vigoration affects on the humane frame. Per-
''''i.mtt' i Ptn Le- fi-t' "taQUity"th.t can .be' saoins, all weakness and lassitude, from taking it,
".11,I'l'ati the p'!.' t6. vf *l% SZ',l-3 ,cul".gJ o,'ice become robust and'ful[ of energy upn.der
4, h .perhnlrrt irreYY Puit up, in ert'lep*"', a. influience. *w iminedidtely counteracts-the
S. on.tifl.Alsi St.r.otypeP" *'.rreteeness of the feaui fraese, which ii the
e 4: 4 a; rAer at SO. 'Cen |its fl l4reiat cause orbaenel'o
'"***iretc j' f ;, John (jvloliigbtt ksir A|at a.s < pplicatsi a nature, tot.exhbint ern6qfe.,if:aresk
irv-. 4 -'' perfarmned, but we cal auare thekaflicted. tlbr

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This Extract ol' Sarsaparilla has been express-
ly prepared in reference to female complainis.-
No female who r.asii.ed to sappon bshe is ap-
proaching that cutirtesi period, tlie turn af lile',"
should neulecl to take it as it is a certain pie-
v-ntaiiveo for any of the numerous and horribi
diseases to which Ifemalea are aublscl at this
time of'life. This period may be delayed sevwr-
al years bvy using his medicine. Nor" is it leos
valuable fior those approaclnirt, womiithoaod, as is
I" calculated to asset nature, quickening the
hl,,o I anl invigorating the a5.stem. Indeed, thiq
hliJiicin 1is invaliiablo fur ll tliedwseasys to thichi
woman ate suhject.
It brakes the wh..l a system, renews perma-
neatly ihf natural en,'rgi,--1'y reniviar the
inipurities of the body-not Eo far stirtulating thp
system or to prodece a subsequent relaxation
which is the case ot' ni.,si mr.dicines taken fur
finale weakness and disease.

This Certificate conclusively prove'; that this
Sarsaparilla haIms perfect control over the most ob-
stinate disease of the blo-d. Three persascc;-
ed in one house 'A unprtermied.
DR. TOewwsaD-Dear Sir. I have thbpleas-
ure to inform, you that three of my childrenn have
been cured of the Scotfuhla'bv the use of ypor ax-
cellent medicine. They. wers afflicted very se-
verely with bad aores ; have taken only four bot-
tles ; it took them away, for which I fed myself
underdeep obhlo.tins".
Yours, respstfulily,
ISAAC W CRANE, 108 Wooster-st
New York,, March 1, 1847.' -

borrnxos or PTsIcrAwcs.,
Dr. Townsend is lmest daily receiving or-
ders from Physiciaas in different parts of the Un-
This is to certify that we the undersigned,
Physicians of Alabirnima, have in numerous cases
preserioed Di. 'Tn4,risendd' Sarsiaarilla, and be-
lieve it tb beAnt of thi msoit r'alablo prepare.
tions in the market.
-. J., WISON, M. D,
.. .B.-BRIG8, M. D-
Albatny, April 1, 1846, ,

"e qrOns Debility.
New YoIrk, MLarch 27, ,1847. '
Capt G. W. McLean, one of the United
3,taies Marine Corps' and rpe:nber olthe New
Jersey Legislature; has. kindly sent us the fol-
lowing certificate. It tells its o*n story.
S. Rakway. Jun 25,' 1847..
A year',sinc.eI was taken,witl the Influenza,
and my whole system left ,ir, a debilitated state.
I was induced io try.Dr. Townsend'as- Spsapa
rli, anird aiftel taking two Or three boltlesa,' I
was very reJietedo and.attyibpte it entirely
t, the sd, s arsrapilla. I have cohtihued asking
itand fin&that I mnprpyve every day. I believe it
saved mj life,- and wulud not be without it under
any consideration. .
-- ".W.McLEAN.

Dr. Townsend's 9SArsapsrilla is no less slucetei
ful in hearing ihia distressing complaint, than fo
diseases of the Blo'od, Dyspeptia, Rheuiimatism
and Nerio-Ai Debility Read the i following.-
'DR. TbwrtArD D-ear Sir--Tbe efiecto
your Sarsaparillaare truly wonderful. 'Fof-thbe
la bt six or eight years a-past, I' have been subject
to-several atlaek, ofotho tortures of that rpin.
plaint, and ha.d despaired of eyer finding rIelle
except in desth I'have the pleasure to inform
yqp there is yet a.balm in Gilead.* I hav
-Ased two bottles of your 8Sarsaparilla, and- feel
no remains of my old complaint. I send you
this for publication, andaany1rsoa you may re-
fer, I wsuld be hangy to inform of the
benefit' I .have your hands.
Vo'ura, truly.:
SJOHN HALL, 49 Fulton st.;'
JTly. 6, 1846.

Nertois ebility. '
Ne-is york, March 27, 1837
: 't- Toitssnn -lf h-ave been afflicteid4note
or feiisf'oi 3 year$. with a dreadf'l sinking in the
chdst4 ,iddrress n the head, losof.appetite,
pain in the limbs, and :generalW debility, .brought
ofa no dbebt by the continual heat and cold to
which I anin' in my business as a dyer
l,havw 'taken nther medicines, soo numerous to
mention, .but which little or no success. I was
'nduced by what I ,saw in thepaper. to try a bot-
Ie of your Sasaparifla, front which I found
treat relief.' 1 have since taken pse'ral mIpre
bott'es, and I 'can unhesitatingly say it ie the'tst
medicine I haveever taken-the pain in my heart
's gone, and 1 feel quite a different man altqgeth-
irshi6e I have taken your Sarsap 'rilLa ,hay*.
now a better appetite tnen ever' I had. AMy
wviCe has taken it with the sa" 'beneficial ieaultes
I would recommend it as a family medicine gen.
rally, and 1 feel convinced that if so used there
vould not be all, the sickness there is, and eon-
u-quenily nrt so many Doclors bills; for which
t restores appetite, at alao gives to the stomach
iand bowps bheii regular ione, it keeps the blood
h'a health state, so 0ha disease is not likely
p, attack the syslemi. And to all those who are-
tdt'in.a healthy state,. 1 say try Dr. Towusend'S
#rna palnlla.
Paincipal Office, 126 Fulton street, Sun Bull-
ing, a. T Redding & Co', 8 state street, Bos-
on-Dvott *4 Sons 132 Noth 2d street, Phil..
delphia-S. S. Hapce Druggist, Baltimore-;-
'. M. Coheu, Charleston-Wright. & Co., 151
'hartes street N. 0..- 105 South Pearl street,
Libana-and by all.thtrprincipal Druggists, aind
Iterchant generally throughoutt the United
Shares, West Indies and the Canadas.
Forsale by I.,'J. 0. SMITH-
Pensacola, Feb. 2; 1849. ,




T HE subscriber having made an arrangement
witlrtwo gentlemen in the city of Washfag.
ton fortlheacivo prosecution, in connexion with
himself,lit claims upon the Government, which
may be committed 'to his change, respectfully
tende't hjs services asla Generat Agent for that
purpose,:to alt parsons, interested iniuch claims.
2"7,4 t46- Al34
4.*s charges will *I4' ts tbe yent oh
h a feo of ten an e ,,oiih' Gevr
sgie ande ttber iidefBtel epsin.



,WevjW aGe wiore a mfi*where bSa m wu1-ect'
ahidren, after in#nga lofew bottle sltf is isvalpa-
ble modiaieu, have beean blvWd with healthy
Dr" T'ownssen'-fy wiWe bing greatly di.s-
trossed by weakness and General Debility, and
suffering eoasinualy by pain aad a sensatloo .f
bearing down, failing of lhe women, arid with
their d:flctultiBv. and having known ases where
your sdjcina has fSe cited great curej, and also
hearing ii reeommend-d for such cases as I have
described, I o.-tained a bottle ol'your xEtract of
Sarapanrila, and followed the directions vyn
gave., In a short period it tomoved her corm-
plaints, an I restored her health. Being graletul
fir the benefits she received, I take pleasure in
thus acknowledging it, and reeominmerding it to
the publmi.
SCor. Grand and Lydias t.
Albany Aug. 17, 1814.

HAIR TONIC-Dr. Javne's Hait
TInic has not merely excitrd great attention, and
been extensivrly nusd in Philadelpiria, but here,
and tthreughool the Union generally. WA expect
that F)meil fthe Philadelphmi editors have timed
the ion'e and become dandyfied, they speak so
warmly nf it. I' holds a higli, and, we believe,
deserved repntittion -N. Y. Morn. AlAs.
Very tree, mr. AlhiIs, many of eour editors have
used this valuable nair Tonic, and therefore speak
knowingly when they counmead it to public no-
ti,-e, and we say no &entlemnan or lady alwiuld be
Oith,.a- 1i; and ir Yvour hair be thin,'harsh, and
nnh,.altliv, or is falling off, you have but to apply
the Hair Tnie, and it i again restored to health
and lihautr; if you are so Onobrtnnale as have a
bald head, a few inmnths' ose .f thibis valuable
tonic, will, without doubt, restore to you that val.
uahle cstering-i-g. hair.-Alexander's Mos"een-

'nr sale by
nil 2-28

J. 0. SUITn.



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ANDS Sarsapaparilla; do Salt Rheum Reme
k dy; do Roman Eye Balsam; do Clove Ano-
dyne, for toothache.
Di. Brfandreth's Vegetabje Universal Pills.
Sc8rpa's Acoustic Oil for' Deafnesa.'
Fahnetstock's Vermifuge; do ,Opedeldoc ;. do
Gogh Balam. '
Dr. Jaynis' Expectorant; do Hair Tonic; do
Carminative Balsam; do Ameriican Hair Dye; do
Alternative; do Sanatin Plls.
Lee's Anti-billious'Pilla.
Swaim's Panacea.
Wistar's' Balsam Wild Cherry. '
Dr. Jackson's Pile Embrocaidon, for sale by
S J. 0. SMITI,
Nov 19-12 'Agent for proprietors.

Commission 4-. Shipping Mekehantt
Galveston Texas.
117ILL receive n consignment, hUMBER,
WV which he will, sell at wholesale and retail,
all business inirupted to me will meet prompr
attention. My whrirf being Large and conve-
nient, vessels drawing 19 feet ca' discharge with
dispatch. '
Oct. 13, 1847-

llSo l Doz. LinenBosom SHIRTS, just
j received-some of which are of the very
finest quality and will be sold very low, by

A LL peronsearer hereby notified tiftt I will
A. proseente'any or all who may hqgbuilty of
cutting timberon a certain tract of IaTn. in the
county of Eseambia, containing two hundred and
forty arpens, aboutsevon miles N. E. from the
ellty of Pelasseolaibetween Point GCordaer 'of
Gabaron's, or Devil's Point, one ilr's distant
from 'the letter, lowpids the South, bounded
North bylapd granted" Mariamq, ovifay, South
and Weslt "by vacant%' lahd; arj "'as1 by the
BaT of Pensateokl. .-,-.. ;;
1o* "I r-.. ..' '

'I C

BA,'' -
:JATN E' HAR TOrIlC.--.i
commend to the atlentin oof thsae deire
of restoring their bair or improving its businIy,
ihis slegAtt preparation. We hear it every whe
highly spoken of, and especially by all who ha
made use ef it, am greatly efficacious in stimuli
irtg the growth of thc hair, and preventing a
curingm nany affcetionaof thbe skin Its virtue
are amply and saficiently proved.--a. '.. Son.

SA.\1--I, a plesaoiit. certain, safe and ef
fe'.-lual remedy fr dysenrawy, diarrhea or Ioos-
ness, cholera mnrbiis, summer complaint, cholic,
gripingt pains, sour salomacnh, sick and nervous
Shradachie, heartburn, wsterbrash, pain or sick-
nes_ of ll,e stomach. vorisg, ,pilling uc o
food ofier eating, and also whore'it passes through
the bo.tY unchanged, want ol appetite,.restles?
ness and inability to sleep, wjid in thb stomach
and boWeils, hysterics, cramp, nervous tremors
and twitching, sea sickness, faint wings, minelan-
choly and lowness of spirits, firetting and civmng
of infants, and for ball bowel aiections and "ner-
vous diseases. ,,
'This is one of the most efficient; pleasant and
.safe eomnposit':ons ever offered to the public fIor
the cute of the various derangements of the sio-
mach and bowels, and the ONLY. article woithv ot
the least confidencee for curing cholera infanium
,or summer complaint; and in all the above dis-
eases it really acts like a charm;.
All peraorns are requested to try ii, for witfiout
exception, it is one of the most valuable family
medicines over yet discovered. 'iundceds, na'y
thousands, of certificates have b'pen received
from physicians, clergymen, and families of the
first respectability, beae ri ,g the strongest t em into-
ny in its favor, too numerous to publish.

CHICAGO, Il., March 27, 1845.
Dr.Jayne--Dear sir; You ask me what proof,
1 mee: with of the efficacy of your Carminative
I can anfely sav'lhdt 1; never proscribed a medi-
cinte for bowel complaints that has given me sn
much satisfaction, and my patinls so speedy and
perfect relief as this. IVhenever introduced in-
to a family, it becomes a standing retredy for
those ailments, and is called fitr again and again,
which think a pretty good proof of its efficacy
and usefulness. In the summer complaint on
children it has frequently appeared to snatch the
ittle victims, as it were, froin the grave. "It
saved the life of ryi child1 and of such and suih
a child," 1 have repeatedly herrd said. In dysen-
teric afiectinns of adults, I have time and again
seen it act like a charm, and give permanent re-
lief inma few hours, f maysay in a few minutes.
In fine it is a valuable medicine, and no family
should be without it. Respectfully,
I A f. L. I'NAPA, M. D.,
Professor of mateiia iWedica in the Laporte ,Uni-
versity, Indiana.
Forsale-y: J. 0. SM;TH,
march 12-28 Pensacola.

DfRUGS, 5edieines, Chemicals, &c-The
,- subscribers have just received from New
York a large supply of genuine Drugs and Med
icines, embracing almost every article in that line
Family Medicines and Physician's prescription,
put tip with care and neatness.
Nov 18-12 J. 0, SMITH.

PAINTS, Oils, Glass, Varnish, Turpentine,
4c. For sale by ,.
dec 2-14tf J. 0. SMITH.

, Colds, &c.-So many people are afflicted
with these common every day disorders, that we
deem it our duty to point our readers to a simple
remedy, which we have tried and found effica-
cious. Jiyne's Expectorant is a very valuable
syrnp which we have lately used with good ef-
ect in stopping a cough, and loosening and
breaking tip a cold. It is a very agreeable medi-
:mine. This recommendation is not a bought puff,
bit entirely voluntary;, and we feel that we can
hardly do a greater favor to our readers ir these
lays of cheating, than to recommend them as
well tried, efficient remedies, especially those wo
have used'ourselves. DANL. HENSHAW,
Editor of the Lynn Record, Mass.
For sale b) J. 0. SziT, *,
'2-28 Pensacola. i















The high and evied i4clebrity which thee pre-epaisen; MeilelglmxiaRe_ qairud fcr obf'
invariable eficacy i al tthe, diseee which they profes to nre, aku rysodegao4A *l 's
praetuce of peffia; not oply uauecewoitry, at worthy of them[. Tlhey sr p-.' "
their fruits; their -sd wwkls rteifv tyhfor em, t id they theyrive -b I l*ay l ', "'
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thee dises.h. $ evTil, t htol chaos t perousa. *Try tho ho j of -m of a yea f bp
ot bond lnrafalabi4. Players, xaitlbd, Zd te here- ttb fAho t-M"
'Farme.n, ad* otripnw wko oa.- Jh-t@*eseVt(a Ieaspdsjmd. i g"o .
ue ithees MedicAiM wil neverM OEMN&,I", -3 21LIT?. | Pans ji the headj si tb
afterward bp without them. Cold.. i.hob 1 bpoets, saft si-a ~ -
Bdious CAo4cand Scress Lee- 1. I R *,0 T
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tq The Geraimi efthes medictas a ow pt u* ltawitewsppon sstJgit j b
:" toistt's Good himaritan," eoutainhig the dWSrtlen, i., oa vbk'.rk"BR|) rTleiy
'stret oseow OB by wsie struagers hitlg the c c Vit 0op vr ouelittJ
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i Dry Gooda &o e Plafox "rest, bqmne.
Unternmet an& nlptcadeatia strei. .
W WALKER ANDIiSON, Atttal 1 Law,
Office on GoVenawent strut..

DtJLJONZJORDAN, Attorney at Law. O'e0
us PaRafox stromp. '.
B F. UAFEEAsetiMhefi abdCrie
Merchant. Palafom.sfreet".
Tr B. JERRISON, Dry Goode and Qfheery
*I Merchant, corner of 'Pglafox 'and (overn-
n ienil trees.

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K EYSER A McYOY, Dry Goods Merchants
and general Shipping Agents, corner of
)alafox and Government streets.
p J. GARDINER, Tailor, Comyis' tRow,
0 SMITH, Daqler in Drngs, Mvdicines,
Paintl Oift, Books, Stationery, &e., erner
.fPalaiox aid Gkvernieaot streets.

I F. INGRAHAM, Comissuion Metchant,
T PalalrnX5tlat.
(I P. KINAPP, Deeler in Dry Gndv., Gc"cc-.
C-.' ris, Boots,S'hoeol&c., Palatx street..-'
ONZALEZ & GOMEZ, Billiaid Balon,
.Palaf treet. .
[J Groceries, &c., Governmoet st.reet.
0S. QUAIGLES, Ship and Family StireoPtorl
Sao a street.
NI ERICAN GROTTO and ReiftitrgRoom,
lA by'lahayntte Robertson, Pala&otstreet.
Ci11Y R E C ES S, by P. Conway, PahifM
C/ street.
["JAN.S10N HOUSE, D. Saint, Proprietor,
MZaragoza at met.
SENKS HOTEL, corner of Paiale ind Re-'
niana street.
[ WINKLE. Pensacela Bakehv, Intendon-
L i* ti alreel, West of Baylen st
(1 WI\TERS, Bowlipg Salopn-&--- e
k Hous.', Palafox street, betweo Govern-
nent and Inlenridehittia ste
I FARINAS,Coflee Hops, Pelafox street,,
between Ba)len and Front ats
M P.i De RIOBOO, J3ustice of the Peace'of.'
Sfi, cin the City Hall!
Ni CRUPPER.,Justice of the Peacebfficee n
_.l the City Hall
A H BUNYAN, Hoese, Sign and Ornamen-
A tal Painter, Palallox street.
J McALLISTER, Boot and She@ Manufar-
Sturer, Palafox street.
J KRETZ, Tailor, Palaf.x tsrtet, opposite
Sthe public square.
ENRY A. NUNES, Dealer in Gioceries,
&c., Government street.
LEWI nDUNN, Barber and Hair Dreser,
_Balsrox street.
SDAVIDSON, Atcliion-r & rommisison
I-- Merchant, West. Gatoe ot the Navy Yard,
I V. h. DITMAR, Cabinet MNaker & Under-
to iakk'r, corner of Palafox and Ruwsina st.
J HONACKER, Grocery s$ore & Porter
i_ House, corner of Baylun and Zaragouza sta
F HONAC'KER, Bull's HeFoad House, on the
K Beech, between PalatCx and Raylen Mss

'HARLES A. TWUKD, Attorney at a,.,w
C Milton, Florida
t. RA-SH, Druggist, Milton, F'. keep.-rn.
atantly n band a cboieo supply of Medi-
ci nes
S N. AMOS, Dry Goods, Grecries, &c,
L. Million. Florid.
-EN M HASMIL.TON, (Mb .House, Miltes,



"hu Ive ,
t3&y are among thplle! pert;
T: '' ,':" ,,V:.feel em, laered rBfi. ltlgwllf'*,^ ^i^.
t< m eenell 01 terorediscll
~0sietena l;asWd1 IVuch
e4 llan4if'jsoiet k..nRe ,, ,n
"UReceive, mr, my sincere opaliplacb, o.
the Mnarance off ti MOet dimti^um^ ceQas" -&
ratrn. in "OUKRtW *
"Mle,.srg. ~ O, k*& "DAGoUriY.n -
~Teelimouy *AfSehik a ufreP this, 404.. J
greit discovereolftBir Dapuerreotype.. arl ki.
self, lurniehei *od6oIftP *idehci 'qf, the mper*,
'rity of the pieturesaeeuiqlo thi' above gal
Th isallery coritamin, ai'S 'rtmebi. r irisrt, -
erel hbifared perfectly :t4-le .t'asiniet'Am
icap- etaPtepmien, and other d iaritnu d, Iami '
ter;, gmong nhiclh rnly be' aenc iqu'*rble like
n"siea from life. or the fbllowi6g MtfOba, all 'i
whonm have deceased' within' the, pIiufBer-yar.
thua ihrAxrg the irnportafice a*dA iOeraiigno
teresl i.sunuk a eellectii. -
Andrew Jaceksee, *tJenlemnZIp4iia
Joseph Story, [LU. fl. 1I Krafiw nt,_ 3'? U'
prenieCqTnrt, '. '" Hvr-is I
Smith Thomrpson, do Dani B Taf13 Nsd em
HOn.i. l.C.'Ratee n. r Sw$, M.-
SaL. sa!titll, a- do Kenneai. sr a r
AH iEverett, do. C("wrarinea
T ri e sW .o i lWer '.a 4 fi' l e .
Hs Gilmer, *a, JH&CC-6CD%.' 1.
".Wm.Tl'avlur do "f Ai r -ow L1
ho .1B Da'son, L 46bh C F.n ll ue
Nyloun, eoMn. ',t1llwl!'h Ky
S'Mlfolertl, I... e-Cpnaj,
".. JolL Ke.r, Md. eHr nota n "".
7" Wit 8' 'ton,.Al: Ij.d Edwarrds, Ct.
Capi W AbMuirhe, R xht* .* Popsm '" jr
'Exs Go. Wrign, t V. tjJ* Wkn.tningit..a
Col T Crss, us A. ,'. O Jon H'lm, Ill.I
edw.ard-Dye-, DO Gb lor gI* ,
Ex-Gov. Fairfield, Je.' '. -.,. .'
Also, severdi copniee,;*t,.i,;..nrj.,1t. p
eminent wiavidaB|. ". ''- ', '
.4t.nCnpies can p fluraintihc treq 44 s**l| Pa
gierreotype, by the own pre m,., and are pnA ,
ally equal, tnd *i.. nvpeiaa .2 k the /saji M

,preewotue, -* -
NEW ORALiAN.S' q YPK FD"Pf I 40 riaters
No. 17 Canal SrceeLRote, fl'srne the Gno
House. "

H H H 'E tfl es p l t ~aiY,
.- l ithliArf and-P.Are, i, thi ha ih@ItaS.. ;
li-heAg cornpllteand extrnrew l'-YPX FOIUR.
DEKYin hsiaftiy.t .
THE BOK LETTER cf this fcur.dary a w '
evil toorder, l'y rorknon of loJi *Zpehrena%
and as n6 expfnn.ui wag qpare$ to I.
haimdsPm.nctfaee." andA4o0erfeet them in-rr 'a
rcsptc, the seOtsn is rcntltred think it sill he
foond the bsandrlnm lt ia-g-be Unitd Staies. ,
Asio very' hawisomdn aa6ormincl' ,.af Rlower ,
Comhinstiua Boarders. r.Ad JOB LXq TEp of
tlhlaseti sIylve, to.l,,ch Ite' alittnnon .0 Prl. j
lers solicite;l, e efare # AI
article inandfaernredarttiis i' VCd*f4,h*'h1 h
t'aitatienal erffial, rI AB 116p1 e *11 tr''pltH
"i'acturvdl. at the NIArih ; and as' tley id '"'1if .. f.
n"ihd at New V tk prices the .primppirlor
this new -enterprise trsia te poet witk dus"ee.
ti.t ragemc ni. j
'ii sub,-riheriam ale AgeP re :ntf e o#* .i 4
Napier, Washliignwt ;qd smi6 'rRE. E *61k
which together ejt.W Elsine. ('ae-5 ('rpoiar .1
Stickl, Fu.nitnre, -(t$a .*e,, PnttiL -og-fan
-.cra, including every lulicle iu ktr Pminiiag
hniame, kept eonntimay to .hand at mqoeraw.
rates .'
I:Th'he propritta V!f q Riepaim who, wi
puldish this advetiisemuia llx minorbe, e* *enr
L pa.r oinlthis,Foundnay, swtrekly Will b'he paid far.
thei advertliadnt by ,p.Tchaing j tin.. th -
aiweant .oadtealiiinax bill in Tpa.
1 14. H. 1REEN, 17.C'anal Ftrei Row
.'Ploposttui the Cu1<>tha'us.<
Froprietor *i Ne*'irpaport who kaw publish.
ed Ihoadvi rtsemri-ni or.k'ax.a.Co.l wit lopea i
suspend and inrert the above.
Mar+i 8. M.!8.. is
Nati.. :.
tJHDE sutscriber br-j- to stlain bet he is propt.
1 i to mp.S'htureBLANK BOOK Scf .c '
cry ecription, and to Rw IRnd O!dl Books, P .
pha snd .. .Oie, at ninderate price and i t '
most workman-like mnianar. \
Mobile, Dec. 20,1847. ,. H. 3ROOtSL

White W eins ibe r,
, fl0 Casks and Barrulo iht re, 50 pw
"JI 7 tent lean ihas.ths ,sial price, fori sale i
jan 6 :" P. Ea*..A

On Consiguse-t
A ND will' be sold at-New York cost, :
1 full jeweledt Hunting CaseGold Watch,
S 1 English Lever, full, jeweledk m do by
Y .J Tobias, ,
2 doa. ass'd siae. Gold Pencil Case, .
2 dliz. Gold Pena, best quality,
2 doz. ass'd palterpaGold Pint,
S'dot. Fine Gold Sunde, "
6, pair Colt'a Revolvine Piatols,
3 Fiee Double Barrel Gun;,
Together with a splendid assortment cf.Pocket
Cutlery. [jan 261] P. KNAPP.



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