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LIBERTAS, CONSTITUTION, ET NOSTRA PATRIA.

VOLUME IV.] APALACHICOLA, SATUDRAY, OCTOBER 31, 184


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W. A. & P. C. Ailn,
CO.M.vMISSION MERCHANTS,
Oifice, No. 4 Columbus Buildings,
Nov. 1, 1845. Apalachicola, Fa.
P4 I-lobart,
MANUF % CTURER AND DEALER IN
-lBINI.I FURNITURE.
IC7- No. 44 Water street-Up stairs,
novl6 Apalachicola, Fla.


If. E. Owens,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
CLAYTON, Baibonr County, Alabama.
April 29, 1846. 2-tf
A. G. Semames,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
03- Office, Alo. 2 Capt. Simmon's Building,
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets.
nov5 Apalachicoh, Fla.


PATRICK HENRY.


Cooke & Horne,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 13, St. Charles Strecl,
New-Orleans.
ANDREW S. COOKF. Amos HORi .
feb S.


- ~ 11l` PP


Charles Rogers John Munn. Eugene Y -Rogeri.
Chlas. RHogers t% Co.,
CO .v'AI SS3fON' MERCHANTS,
Water street,
.',ril 7, tr. Apalachicola, Fi.
.. S. jDa~eaip art,
0 AR A IR N G'A NL C0U 0 M M I S. St O'N
IMJ E it. C II A N T ,
'' No. 50 WVater-.'reet,
-palachicola, Fa.
:7 LiBwral Ailva'cee m,.de on consignments
t q, 'r. fiend. in, New O-lteans, New York or
tLi\,erpool. ^April, 1846.
S'. F. AIbcil,
:[,-I.)LE:-i.-V,S A.'D Rar]lATI,,
I3A.LEk IN J.-i.3T-, MEX)CtNE.-:.3, PAINTS,
O'iL3, G L kA.3, &c., &c.
-,Ala-=-'\ gN3e ivel a-i3otment of Statinery.
.1 ;-,ir. of khetdit 'lt and W after streets,
A',)ril tLL A-alachicola, Fa.


ILS. Fredl. E. a1IIs,s,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION
M E R C H A NT,
No. 2 Columbus Block,
"D-c-i6, 1845. '':Apalachicola, Fa.
Harlbeir.& i9lolNileS,
>30MMISSION MERCHANT-S,
-.- _:. <.: ;also,
AgentSf..r the
SUN MUTUAkL- INliiJRiANCE COMPANY,
o-. of the City of -Vewo York,
No. .51 Water street,
Nov 1, 19 15. Apalachicola, F.
liard .Ilct'illy,
uo.VtISSIO; MFl-ttlI.AL\I_ AND DEALER
IN DIY GOJD. AND GROCERIES,
No. 9 Columbus Block,


..at m. G. PPorter & Co.
DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION
MERCA-IANTS.
No. 41 Water Street.
Nov 29 Apalaohicola, Fa.
Win. T. Wood,
COMMISSION NIE GLCf-ANT,
No. 42 Water street,
Nov 29. Apalaehicia, Fa
..iLP-a-- r D nI-::. l'1 'I 7_- t r.
Dodge & Pratt9
SilH '-N"-; & COMMISSION MERC- *.1:* "'.
No. 40 Water Street,
Nov. 2"2 Apalachic,)'HL, iF'a.
**. ; .,'.S C. Alleni,
W-lM.,I.' ,I-- Ir.1 Retail Dealer in
"DR-UGS,. .nif-,lNE_, PAINTS, OILS,
,., GLASS, BtRS-IES, &c., &c.
.. also,
;' ; i ; w-ge'nera7 a sbotment of
13OOKS, BLANKS, STATIONERY, &c,, &c.
'' cor. of Centre & Commerce. streets,
nov5 .'"pIl- "-'.ihchicola, Fla.
1D. Bm Wood & Co.,
a&ENERAL COMMISSION MRCHANTS,
; ..... -... N' 29YW ater street.
Nov.,l;l_'I .... -1Apal-chicola, Fla'.
Axy4.WYw'.LE ;. Wm. A. McKENzii:.
Wylie-K HIMcKenzie,
COMMISSION- MERCHANTS,
IV.). 42 Water street,
S~pt.,1, 184I5. palachicola, Fa


Public Notice
S hereby given that atiplication will be made
to the Genieral Assembly of the State of Flori-
da, at the next session 'thereof, to amend the se-
v,-r'l Iarkt- f ifhe Legislative Council of the Terri-
i.r ri Fli.ritj, viz: "An act toamend an act, en-
,titled an act to Incorporate the City of Apalachi-
cola," approved 2d February, 1838 ; "1An act to
amend an act, entitled .an act to Incorporate the
City of Apalachicola," approved 2d March, 1841;
" An act to amen-dan, act Incorporating the City
of Apalachicola," approved 15th March, 1844"
" An act to establish and organize a' Mayor's
Court for the: City of Apalachicola," approved
l5th March, 1844.
Apalachicola, Augnst 18, 1816. 32 3m,
Sans Souci
A DI>IIC HOUSE.
T HE subscriber will in future sell liquor at
1 ONE DIME PER GLASS.
R E. RAIMOND.
September 21, 184P. 37-11t


A. vei',# & Jolies,
GR OC E R| 5& GC0 VI IISSION' MERCHANTS,
.-.-: :' No .31 W ater street. ; -
fec.l. ,; '-Apalachicola. Fa
SW~~t"t Ki~libr.-i.nh,' : H.-B. Kimbrough.
Will .I. R4 iK. 1 'OM;rli- & Co.i,
0 OM-Mt I-SS; IO N & -F 0 R W A R D I N G
*. MERCHANTS.
Office, No.' 25-Water street'-Up stairs,
; .... Apalachicola, Fla.
.l:Lib,:.rj advances on cottonm-consigned to
l th..ir friends in'.New. York, BoSton, Liverpool or
C. Hs-re. -"' .. Nov, 4, 1845.


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[NUMBER 44,;'
spring mut still be oppressed and perseu- THE ROTHSCHtLDS AND OTHERS ;ON
Ted. But, may it please your worships, 'CHANGE. .. :
permit me to'inquire once more for what The two great days on 'Change aie itiuoe.
these men -,re about to be tried 7 This pa- day and Friday, and then the fullfforce of
per says for preaching the Gospel of the Son the mercantile interest are in attendnic., a
of God to Adam's fallen race!' And hi the operations wThiCh regulate the foreign
tones ofthunder, he exclaimed, W hat law eChanges r on thes oc aio n e c
have they violated' while the third time in On these days the Messrs. ltotehildsrriv
a slow, dignified manner, he lifted his ees on hange about alf-past three or a quar
to heaven, and waved the indictment round ter to four o'clock, and lake contracts far
his head. The court and aiudlience were bills on foreign places fromIor with other
now wrought up to the most intense pitch exchange brokers, ithe bilfs beoitg gon tb
ofeiiim-ent. The face oflthe Prosecuting payment for goods shippdd to all qua8tei'of
Attorney was pallid and ghastly, and heap- the continent. These bills are qurchasod
per,1 red uncoe sr ious thlat his wholm f- ,-me was- or- i sohe tto Tii! l l l e ifie 9'e.
a-ginit:t wvi:h itairm ; while the Judge, in a render neeefi-y-; and hmnde a fail or rise in
treinuious voice. ,pll an end to the scene, the exchanges 'n the various points, as2tfie
now becoming excesively painful. by the sac o abundanete if-ooper ma.happ eb
nu thlorisrivcitecy oior. ab u nd e "- may happen6
uihoittive.eclaio, 'Sheriffdisecharge to preponderate. When a scarcity exieS,
those en.'and few takers are to be found, the rates'of
(From the New Orleans Delta.]. exchange fall; when there is an abundance
GEEroAm thEARNEwY e ADDRESS TO TEthe competition of purchase cases an ad,
(3E2N1*IIAt KEARNEY'S ADDRESS TO T HtE V n e
SANTA FEIANS. vance. *r.
The following hias been furnished to us Tore Rothschilds are the greatest opns .
as the address of Gen. Kearney lo The peo- mrs in on reign bills, their connexions on tsa r
pie of Santa Fe, on taking possession, in eonginentabsorbing, we should say, by farhi
the name of the United States. of that in- largest amount of paper so offered. It has
beresting portion of New eexico. Al- "ben stated that their dealings in thefor-
though we have received it "in advance of eign exchanges exceed an amount ofd100, -
our contemporaries," yet we will not vouch 000 per week. Since the death of 'rhe
for its authenticity. Of its truthfulness Farther. the sons have carried on the bosi-
they will, however, form their own opinion. ness with great success. They are three
Here, therefore, it is:- in number, and usually attend the 'Change
Yoluow-skins, greasers, o:- whaleer you together; always two of them, if not three,
call yourselves-Mexicans you have ceased are at their accustomed place. The Baron
to be from the moment I entered Santa Fe, Rothschild, the eldest, appeals to be nearly
now hearken to my words. I have taken forty years of age; the oiler- two brothers
possession of the whole of New Mexico. seems between thirty and thirly-eieht.-
At half-past 12 o'clock to-day the whole of Once having seen the father, there is no
your Department had the honor to become mistaking the sons; the same peculiarity of
a portion of the glorious Union which fights Hebrew visage and heaviness of phVysiognoI,
under thle stars and stripes. You are now my--the same rotundity of person-the
citizens of the United States, and must be- same apparent aptitude for business-marke
have yourselves accordingly. You must the family, their race, and dealing.
lay aside your wide trowsers and sew up the It is9 understood that they are, in all res-
seams and cut off the bell buttons, put tails pects, able representatives of the firm they
to your roundabouts, cut off your musta- manage. In their business habits, there
chois, doff your slouched sombreros, and m"ay perhaps be a little more show of
dress up in decent American homespun, "proud imperiousness" than wascustomary
with good wool hats. and pui on clean, hon- with their father, and this may arise from
est, yankee faces. You must stop drinking their consciousness of wealth. The father
yourvillainous pulka and get drunk, if drunk was in great part, the constructor of his own
you will get, on good Monongahela whis- fortune, and therefore, had not imbibed the
key. pirej udlice of persons- born with overflooding
Now, 1, Brigadier General S. W. Kear- riches; which is precisely the reverse of the
ney, am your Governor-Armijo is nowhere. vase with the sons. We have heard this
If I catch him I shall hang him, and all slated of them in some quarters, but there
who follow him;, as trailors to the Uniedl may be no solid foundation for theassertion,
States. And I warn you against giving anM envy may have raised the rumor for the
himn any aid or countenance, gratification of a certain pique.
-' You are a greasy, slippery set ofscamps; The wealth of the house is very great. It
but I am wide amaye, an-d T-yo-u try any of-wo.rM, indeed, be indincreet to-venlnre an
your sneaking, stealing, swindling, double- estimate. The loans that the partners are
dealing on me, or any of my men, I will concerned in, the dividends they pay as the
lick you itio flinders, and pitch your con- extent of interest they have jn almost every
temptible town into the Rio Granile. money operation on foot on the Continent,m
Now go about your business, and walk are a few of the items illustrative of. heir.
a chalk line. But stop. Give three cheers immense resources. Their father made ae.
to thle United States. (The cheers were considerable portion of his wealth by his
given with vigor.) And now Fhow your de- speculation in the public securities; but his
cency and salute your Governor, Brigadier sons, it is said, do not transact a tithe oftfhe*
General S. W. Kearney." s:tme description of business. Thev: almostt-
The salute w;ias given witli great enthusi- wholly confine themselves to the more legi:
asm. We cordially join in it-Hurra! for timate operation of foreign bankers, and0
Governor Brigadier General S. Wi. Kear- perhaps, are the safer in the long run foriut
ney, against the whole world Mr. Rothschild himself, notwiihstahdiago
the extreme success of his dealing in: thiaR
THE ELOqUENCE OF JUVENILiTr.-A respect, was once or twice within ao ace of-:
Fouith of July orator, we are told, thus seeing his fortune shattered by thern.- *:
holds forth iu relation to the destination of However bad appearances might occasion-
the volunteers to Mexico: ally be, and however much he Feared iti
result of his ventures in consequence,,, a;
As the Empress Catharine, Lhe most en- change in circumstances always l.4cjity res.,-
terprising Princess of all the Czars and Cza- cued him at the moment when there seetDfi',
rinas, from Peter the Great down to Nich- to be other than the dismal prospectr-.f:a
olas, that ever held the sceptre of Russia, heavyloss before his eyes. : His ons appear;
erected a pillar on the boundary between less inclined to follow his example -,wVdr.
her donmiunions and Turkey, and inscribed though they are now turning their a.ntmipfr
oni its front these significant words--, This to foreign railyay shares, i t;is.more,d4q
is the wayto Constantinople." So will the should think, from the attraction of.tlgi.1'
volunteer blizon on his banner-,, This is Repeal, and perhaps throw it back.foir haV.:
the way to the Haills of thle Montezumas." a century. But.at thesameime-, Iewilly..
As he stands gazing on the Orange groves that if the whole of the people of Ireland awe
;and bright valleys of the sunny South, and unanimous in their demand for the repeal ay,
feels the breeze, freighted with the odors of the Union, and if England,. in reply to-that
pomegranates and citrons, and figs, blowing demand, should.proceed to extremities, and
on his face, and lifting his weather beaten endeavor by force to put down the express .
locks, he will take one "last, long, linger- sion of public opinion--I say in that case
ing look" towards the home of his child- resistance would not only be lawful but ne-.
hood, and then exclaim, in the language of cessary. I told Mtr. Macauley, when he
that bymn which was taught him in infancy talked to me of resorting to arms to put
at his pious mother's knee: down the expression of public opinion iff
On Bravo's stormy banks r* stand, Ireland-I said I could tell him that th:
And cast a wishful eye, people ot Ireland had arms Too. (Trem;,- :
Where my possessions lie." dous cheering, and cries of "Ay, aid we.:
An sl~nj Iii ac ould use "tl~em !") 1 said thiat if the Egg..
And suiliig his actions to his word, he lish people Were determined; to iiat to tfEt:-i
will bound forwvard on "his niission--swim- "
ming rivers, (ldahing through swnmpa, scud- re-s0"' to no axepmen!, but to reswitothe^
ding over |laip, chmberin up mountains, use of the yo'net for the puirposeof crush,-
le aping from 'raa ;, c r,^ an d never ahaiing bl e t athe E n li h people w o l c"hls o--y s p s i
nor resting till he stands on the Halls ofthe lta he^S11PpewodCOTof.
Montezumas, waiving the silat so;,gled ban- the worst in the str-uggle,. Ai~d nvV.gm---r
ner over the natives below him, sends np a vocte of e ace,1I who hiave noee n g.l my lfe ariad-^
shout of victory so loud and shrill as almost ut ee ry h n to losce- w bo ae socialr evulsiaiB .:
to awake from his sleep of centuries, old ...yh'gt os yasoilr~usel
Monlezuma himself. or' struggle of the kind ha~e alhuded t^
because 1 cannot subscribe to that tes.4Iu'


CIST, it a recent number of his paper, a*inrraignedasa rebel chief. (Loud cheers^
gives the following examples of modern and laughter.) And. the men who.are tiol
syntax: prepared to pronounce that Washingtcn;..;
A New Orleans editor, recording the ca- C(*tminted a sin against his: God-byhibei"a,-,
reer of a mad dog, says,-" We are arieved ,ing Amc'riv., these are arraigned-dls fellow i
to say that the rabid animal, before if could (ionspirators o(e mini(. --',
be killed, severely bit D r. H art and several 1_o TH .E,-- .
other dogs." CURE FO0f THE TOOTHA E Take *'a,
"For sale. an excellent young horse- piece of sheet zin c about, .he'si lve'of r. fo r../}
would suit any timid lady or gentleman, a1quarter o f a dolar, ph het of.slveri
with a long silver tail."" a qua rteror a dollarw phte e. fnem " n to nl ,..
A N. York paper,'announcing the wreck- the defi toh-n an .,cnn ilg p ,,
ing of a vessel near the Narrows, Says :- pai `willbe tootehs' i b ew-.ic .h ^ '.
"The only passengers were T. B. N than, a" silve srone' a. a .v :t ,
who owned three-fourths of the cargo and andS'lvera *'n^ a' g"van'c batte-i, ,
the Captain's wife." produce or; (he nerves ot 0le 10i thsu-iefflo!,
The editors of a Western paper observe: efectrity to establish a current. aj.d ^W^,
" The poem we publish in this week's Her- (Penty relieve the pain. .
aid was'written by an esteemed friend--now T best way t0 .. l w *.'tr
many years in the grave, for his own amuse- Thoep hst way to 1e aetlong wilb he v".
ment." to keep them well loved a)4 th-r1 lime_- 3gSBa
man can never be'satisfied lnlbes ,e i-iV
"This is our opening day," as the oyster loved half to death. I{ep.]er-mo.H$h:rstop, ,'.
sellers said on the 1st of September." ped with kisses, and she cannot scold,


130rtrp.
THE SMILE OF HER I LOVE.
BY FRED. ORRSSTER.
Oh denr is the morn when the bending thorn
Shakes off the pearly dew ;
Where the waters shout as the d&y peeps out.
And gleams from his home of blue;
Where the tear-drops Flept that the night had wept,
When the star flashed bright above;
But dearer far than Aurora's car
Is-the smile of tier I love.
Oh dear is the night when the moon streams bright
O'er the heaven's deep wvelles:-: sea ;
When the stars looked down frcm ihe blue they
crown.
SIn-the pomp of majesty ;
While the wind-hitrp breathes 'mid tihe dwy leaves
A lay for the oibs above;
But dearer far than the moon or star
Is-the smile of her I love.
SONNET.
BY Lady! I had dream in early youth-
A dream of love. A wild and merry boy,
I loved to roam and taste of' every joy
Around my father's cot-in very truth
One sunny day, while rambling 'mong the flowers,
I lay me down, and sleep's oblivious powers
Come o'er me, and 1 dreamed. A being fair
As the bright ones of Heaven stood by me-
Robed in tile purest white ; while her dark hair,
And soft hlue eye, in blissful harmony,
Combined so much of loveliness and grace,
That my young happy heart saw its first love!
I asked the fair one's name--her dwelling place-
"Virtue," was the reply, "my home is heaven
abov6!"


Cor. Water and Chestnut streets,
April 4 Apalachicola, Fa.


WM. SYDNEY GREEN, M. D.
OU- May be found at his residence, corner of
Centre and High streets, opposite the Mansion
House. Nov S.


W. 0. A. DAVIS, Editor.


kfi e, Third Story Baltzell's Buildings, corner of
.Commerce and Chestnut streets.
TERMS.
,q'L;CRIPT'tIOiIA.-Three Dollars per annum,
1|1iid in a$vjn,;eTor $3 50 if paid within six
*n.).At'!), or qtl 09 if paid thereafter.
T4'.. nierintion taken for a less term than six
firoaths-aad $2 will invariably be charged for
1 tI, it_'ri.d. No paper will be discontinued until
.Al 1, r .? r r'?, i are paid, unless at the option, of tlkL
p r o g r i' ore ... .
Aay-ca?,'83i t ,nirs.--On e sqttare, (t-wetlve 1 .n e -:
t)r less) wilti ietanerted at the rate of One Djl-
lafor th,f fir-, and Fifty Cents for every subse-
quent'insertion. .
To those who advertise by the year a liberal
discount will be made; but alladvertisements not
slrh'-'tlv.,rr.fini.r Mto their own- business, as well
an 3-al tI ,alL .I,'"senrn'en't4seontfin bythem, will
bd''charlyd at th, ,i,:i il rates.
-^ -.All legal advertisementsrmust be paid for
in advance.. ; .
:- i-'F;ve Dollars will b-e chiir'gd ffr announc-
ing: e.lndidit.,? lr office.
1UO., Al advertisernmits fr om a di-t.ance must
be accompanied with the cash, or city reference,
to inruir? insertion.


J. II. & J. 111[. Hllui,
FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 48 Wator street,
Nov. 1, 1S45. APALACHICOL., FA.
David G. Raney,, -
... )IOMISSI ON 'FOIRWA R DIN G ME R IIANT,
'AND DEALER 1N GOODS,
4No.- 4 Water street.
t4'4o.v S: 51 Apalachicola, Fa.


Dr. A. W. Chapman,
0j Office over the Drug Store of B. S. Hawley,
(entrance on Chestnut street.) Residence at the
house lately occupied by Dr. Baltzell.
Jamary 10, 18,46. 2-tf


J. Law,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Bainbridge, (Decatur Co.) Ga.
00- Will attend punctually Ihe SnperiorCourts
of the counties of Early, Baker and Decatnre of
the South Western, and of' the county of Thornas
of the Southern Circuit. Inay3


Lockhiart & Young,
COMMISSION and FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
No. 53 Water street,
nov3O Apalachicola, Fla.
Wtm. W. SIMb. WM. W. CHEEVER.
Stains & Cheever,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
tjU- Odice, No. 6 Columbus Buildings,
decl4 Apalachicola, Fla.


John Bilbo,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ALBANY, GA.
W ILL practice in the several Courts of the
South Western Circuit, and Thomas and
Stewait counties
Aug. 5, 1845. 31-tf


Any thing connected with the 'forest
born Demosthenes' will be read with pecu-
liar pleasure by his countrymen. The fol-
low-ing, which we find in one of our ex-
changes, may be new to some of our readers:
It appears that soon after Henry's noted
case of Tobacco and Preserves,' as it was
sometimes called, he heard of a case of op-
pression for conscience sake. The English
Church, having been established by law in
Viroinia, became, as all such establishments
are wonl to do, exceedingly intolerant to-
wards other sects. In prosecution of this
system of conversion. thiee Baptist clergy-
mrn had been indicted at Fredericksburgfor
preaching the Gospel of the Son of God,
contrary to the statute. Henry, hearing of
ihis. rode some forty or fifty milesto volun-
teer his services in defence of the oppressed.
He eulered the court, being unknown to all
present save lhe bench and the bar, while
the clerk was reading the indiciinenl. He
sat within the bhir until the reading was fin-
ished,, nnd the King's Attorney had conclu-
ded some remarks in support of the prose-
cution, when he rose, reached out his hand
for the paper. and without more ceremonyny ,
proceeded with the following speech:
'I ay it please your worships; I think I
heard read by the prosecutor, as I entere-1
this house, the paper I now hold in my hand.
lf1 I have rightly understood, the King's A t-
torney of the colony has framed an indict-
mient for the purpose of arraigning and pun-
ishing by imprisonment three inoffensive pet-
sons at the har of this court, for a crime of
great! magnitude-as disturbers of the peace.
May it please the court, what did 1 hear
read ? Did I hear it distinctly, or was it
a mistake of my own? Did I hear an ex-
pression, as if a crime, that these men whom
your worships are about to try for misde-
meanor, are charged with-wh'at ?' and con-
tinuing in a low, solemn, heavy tone,
'preaching the Gospel of the Son of God!'
Pausing amidst the most profound silence
and breathless astonishment, he slowly
waived the paper three times around his
head, then raising his hands and eyes to
heaven, wilh a peculiar and impressive ener-.
gy, he exclaimed. 'IGreat God!' The ex-
clamation-the burst of feeliftg from the au-
dience, were overpowering. Mr. Henry
resumed :
SMlay it please your worships : In a day
like this, when truth is about to burst her
fetters-when mankind are about to be
aroused to claim their natural and inaliena-
ble rights-when iheyoke of oppression that
has reached the wilderness of America, and
the unnatural alli:ince of ecclesiastical and
civil power, are about to be dissevered-ai
such a period, when liberty-liberty of con-
science-is about to wake from herslumber-
ings. and inquire into the reason of such
charges as I find exhibited here to day in
ihis indictment!' Another fearful pause,
while the speaker cast his sharp, piercing
eyes alternately on flie court and the prison-
ers, and resumed-- If I am not de-ceived),
according to the contents of the paper I
now hold in my land, these men arc accused
of preaching the Gospel of the Son of God!
Great God!' Another long pause, while he
again waved the indictment round his head,
and a deeper impression was made on the
auditory. Resuming his speech: 'May it
please your worships-there are periods in
Ihe history of man, when corruption and-de-
pravity have so long debased the human
character, tiat man sinks under the weight
of the oppressor's hand-becomes his ser-
vile, abject slave; he licks the hand that
smites him; he bows in passive obedience
to the mandates of the despot ; and in this
state of servility he receives his fetters of per-
petual bondage. But may it please your
worships, such a day has passed away.--
From that period when ourfathers left their
land of nativity for settlement in these Ame-
rican wilds-for liberty-for civil and reli-
gious liberty-for liberty of conscience to
worship their Creator according to their
own conceptions of Heaven's revealed will-
from the moment they placed their feet on
the American continent, and, in the deeply
imbedded forest, sought an asylum from
persecution and tyranny-from that moment
despotism was crushed--the fetters of dark-
,ness were broke, and Hleaven decreed that
man should be free to worship God accord-
ing to the Bible. Were it not for this, in
vain were their sttfferings and bloodshed to
subjugate this New World, if we, their off-1


Stale TaX Collector's Sale.
N OFICE is hereby given, that six inonihs al-
ter date, I will expose to sale at public out
cry, opposite the Court House door in the (ifly vf
Apalachicola, the following property, to wit:-
Lots Nos. 9 and 1-2, block El, in the city ol
Apalachicola, properly belonging to Calhoun &
Bass.
Lot No. 1, block J, in the city of Apalachicola,
property belonging to H. A. Norris.
Lots. Nos. 6 and 7, block C2, in the city ol
Apalachicola, property belonging to Jacob tfar-
vey.
. To be sold for taxes of 1845, and the chargt-s
that have accrued thereon
JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff.
ai:d ex- )(ii'cio --tmte Tax Collector
Apalac`ic. la, Sept. 22, 1846. 37-6m


Jr.S. F. ali'ior,
GENERAL RECEIVING.- FORWARDING (V
COMMIfSSION ME -CHANT,
No. 9 Golumtbus Block,
Snov9 Apalachicola, Fla.
Roberts, Alien & Co.,
MANUFACTURERS IN TIN, IRON, COPPER,
B RAS S, &c.
ALSO, DEALERS TN
Ilardw.irt!, Stove-, f3rita.mia and Japaned Wares,
Iron, 4teel, Nai, S;ike%3, Grate Bars,
Su,ir Kofttles and Alills, and other
Cist'ings; Shi.p (nh1i:idlery, &c.
Oct. 2,3, IS "15, A.PAL.NCHICOLA, Fa
HS. Taylor,
C 0 %, ,I S SI 0 N A NI F0 RW A R D I NG
M E It IA NT,
N. 3c WTter-street,
s.?.pt" 1v Apalachicola.
-V O0) Al,;,--JRB;--The undersigned
% .Q.i^ i r b r.-.m : !,;W:;J af.a trr f of ,,nd
for Frax klini Cor';tv, ;riFf-;. ;;i, aervicee |r, ti-e
public in thit cap, cty, ad \will telid to ;li
duties appertaining tossaid 'App,'.im,.&rt. plu i'- R
be Aund at the cor. of Comini>'.ce ,d '.,^'n st',Ut
Streets.
March 28 JAMSJ.; GTB.SON.
[ UfPIF. INSPECTOR.-The ,indersipled
T )A tovin;; heyio n'wi;)i;ed TInspector of Lumber
,:a; ihe Couitv ,AV rwa'] in, hffors his s"'vices to
'he pimbtei in that c'jpcioay, ;nd will attend lo all
ri:iu. pertaininginig tossiid appointment.
CORNELIUS GRADY.
March 2T2 1$45.


41.-. *Il, D. Dartden-
No'. 2 Coiumbus Buildings,
13ac. 20, 1S 15. Apalachicola, Fa.
t'>., F. N.? ., 1:1. B. Stone, II. W Brooks
olarisao Stolle &. Co.
c0 .. '- I 3 3 N PI E C H-A N 'S,
No. 46 Water street,
*^ t' A .)atachicola, iia.
'..i..s aj'i -COM, 01 SN, ON MERS-_( 41. LN- T,
.* N ;:4JW aiter street- U,>-'; ;'
D 1c. 1, 9S .3. 15Apati:c;.;>i, y[.
JgetuN.Ulit DAY. DA:liiL J. DAY.
,. 5iy & CD.
C' 01M M 1 o I s L 'V1 .,C: NT
{;0 .I .; L( N o. 7, 52 .W ; t t '* '_",
Dec..6; : "-^:: ...e:.,. :
acl-, .Vi3o, Agents for the eEin.i i.'... ,'"..
tht "' Protection if'l.3,arnca Co." and 1th1 "" ar-
." Hili-tford Conn.


PRINTS ONLY.
NEW FALL STYLES,
At the extensive Establishmer,et of
LEE & BREWSTER,
44 CE.J \R 1-;TREF.T, N. YORK,
Where are cwicc-,rmrd 'noaarlv all tihe NEW
STYLE' of PRINTED CALICOS which tLave
been produced in this country, or imported firllhc
!all Irade, and are oli(,wd lor sjle lor CAShi i 01
APPROVED CREDIT at
Prices Greatly Rediced
Wilhin the last few days.
Purchasers are guaranteed the prices-and
alliwan'es made liir a given period.
(0- Catalogues (renewed and corrected dail)
-regulating the I.rices-are placed in the hands
of buyers, and sent with goods ordered.
New Y rk, August, 1846.
Hard Pine Tintber Wainted.
T HE subscriber will co!itract f,,r 40,000 cubic
feet long leaf, fine grain Georgia Yelloik
Pine Timber, hewn square 12 inches and upward,
clear of sap, the larger and longer the better-
none less than 20 feet long-to be delivered at
Apalachicola by or before 1st May next-cash
on delivery. Persons wishing to contract for (he
whole or a part can do so, by applying by mail or
otherwise to J. F. POTTS, Esq., at Apalachicola.
DAVID GODDARD.
August 11, 1846. 31-tf
(3 The Albany (Ga.) Patriot and Courier
will give the above four insertions and send ac-
counts to this office.
Philadelphia Seed Store,
OF MORE THAN FORTY YEARS STANDING.
THE subscriber continues to keep constantly
on hand
CLOVER, TIMOTHY,
ORCHARD, HERD,
AND OTHER
GRASS SEEDS;
Together with a full and complete assortment of
finest quality fresh
GARDEN SEEDS.
Raised from selected plants of best varieties.
Also, prime quality fresh LUCERNE SEED,
a superior article.
JOSEPH P. H. COATES,
No. 49 Market street, Philadelphia.
September 8, 1846. S5-.
"OLGER'S Olosaonian, or All Healing Balsam,
JL for Consumption, Asthma, Coughs, Liver
Complaint, and all diseases of the throat and
lungs, for sale by
April 11 H. F. ABELL.


L UMB.-2Q [ I, NqPECTOR.--[Having been ap-
.Oinited [IsPector of' Lumber tr the County
of' Frlnkli"i, the undcrsioned offers his services
to the public in that capacity, and will attend to
all duties appertaining to said appointment.
April 1S, 1846. BENJ. LUCAS.
Diry Goods.
T IE subscribers ofl'r for sale a large and sea-
sonable stock of Dry Goods, consisting in
Part of
Negro Kerseys and Linseys,
White and Red Flannels,
Plain and Fancy Jeans,
Double twilled Tweeds,
Super fancy Casameres,
Super E-iglish and French Cloths,
Whitney Blankets, 10, 11 and 12 qrs.
Duffil Blankets, 8, 9 and 10 qrs.
Deni,s, Kremlins and Cottonades,
Brown Shirting and Sheeting,
Cotton Osnaburgs,
Cotton Drilling and Ticking,
Linen and Cotton Chfccks,
Irish Linen, Shir, ng and -'heeting,
Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting,
English, French and American Prints,
Extra super, plain and twilled Ginghams,
Super Cashmere d'Ecosse,
Extra super Muslin de Laine,
E oi-lIs ., Scotch and American do.
Su_;er Italian blackand figured Silks,
PBlack Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs,
''-per English and Pongee Silk Hkfs,
:t glish and American Cotton Hkfs,
adrasa and Verona head Hkfs,
L idies Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose,
S; ei-r Virseilles and Worsted Vestings,
Colbtn" a.,nd Flax Thread,
Plain i-nd fig'd Swiss and checked Muslins,
Jaconet an,,d Cambric Muslinis,
Needle, Pii~s, T[ape, &c. &c.
Whir'i iave been selected with great care in
New York and Boston, from Importers and Agents
of Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates, and
are now offered at whole3-le or etail on favorable
terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov. 29, 1845. 41 Water street.


Nov 29


Apalachicola, Fa.


OQ POZ. Congress Spring Water, just re-
^>W } ceived per brig Alabama and for sale by
Sept 29 J. C. ALLEN.


LINSEED OIL, boiled and raw, for sale by
[septS] H- F. A BELL


JUST received per brig Morea, from N. York,
50 kegs-Nos. 1 and 2 Lead; 100 gals. boiled
Linseed Oil; 500 lbs. Putty; 20 boxes 8 by 10
and 10 by 12 Glass ; 20 doz. pints Congress Spring
Water; 100 lbs fresh Ta'marins; Gum and Orget
Syrups, for sale by
May 16. 1H. F. ABELL.
P liuts, Oils, &C., &c.
UST received per brig Alabama, from New
Y 'Y o k :0
80 kegs ground White Lead No. 1;
50 do do do Extra:
25 boxes Glass assorted sizes:
50 Verdigris ground in oil;
40 Paris Green do ;
20 doz. assorted Paint Brushes
With every other article usually employed in
the painting business For sale by .
J. C. ALLEN, Druggist.
Apalachicola, Sept 29


Antonio Mifoura,
.UNCH at all hours and OYSTERS in every
style, HOT COFFEE and CAKES, Fa'rn-
ilies supplied with OYSTERS and FISH, frc'sh
and salt;; OYSTERS Pickled and. by the barrel.
Apalachicola, Sept 29, 1846. 38-3t


REAM TARTAR, for sale by
]IseptS] H. F. ABELL.


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~auosns~cial


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PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY EY B. S. ,.
S. L W Y At A N. FACTOR AND COHawley,
A, J. I<. W ]K JM A N1 FACTOR ATND r'OM~MTRRI~NI MEFr'TA1XVT


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[From the New Orleans Picayune.]
Terrific Gale In The Gulf.
:Wreck of U. S. brig Perry-Loss of Reve-
nue Curt,," M ,,i-T--7oial Destruction of
Key V/es!-Filj Lives Lost--Immense
Destruction of Property.
The schooner Sarah Churchrnan. Capt.
'Baymore, from Philadelphia. via Key West,i
rfor Brazos Santiago, arrived at the N. E.
Pass on Wednesday morning, the 21st, and
landed Com. Sloat and son from the Pacific,
'and Lieut. Win. C. Pease, of the Revenue
'Service, bearer of despatches to Washing-1
Iotn.' They came up to twon last evening
,on the towboat Jeffersoa. To Lieut. Pease
we, ,.are indebted for tie details of a terrible
aigle in the Gul,t'-of a fury unexampled, and'
from which we mu-9trnor'expect to hear all'
'the dep.lor'able effects in many weeks. We
,wil begin with the gale as it was felt at
;Kev lr e,5t.
The gale commented blowing from N. E.
"ile murriing of tirei].th inst. By 1 o'clock
blew a perfect hurricane, The tide rose
rapidly and the storm raged with incredible
,violence until near midnight, when it aclated.
.'On the I1ih it blew a moderate gale anad
gradually sub-tided. Every dwelling house,
'save five"or six, at Key West was, destroyed
:or unroofed. The Custom House was
blown down,, the Marine Hospital unrooTea,-"
-and it is-supposed Gdvernment property des-
,aroyed to' the amount of $300,,000. Fifty,
.,wliauwes.disappeared, and the Sal tWorks,
::nrc r egtrryefl. The 73. S. DBnnac-k-s were,
.injured, but suffered ..less than any other
buildingsg. MAany families were turned out
Ihouseless, but the U. S. Quartermaster
'C .ame promptly to their assistance.
The loss of life is great. Ma'ny were
ilrowned and many k'llled by ,falling build-
Ifngs. Key West hight-house and dwelling
atached are e-tirely gone. The spot where
they stood is covered by a white sand-beach.
For1i:.:#? souls perished in these buildings.
Sand Key light-house is gone-totally
.disappeared with the buildings connected
with it. The occupants too have perished.
The Light ship in the N. W. passage
dragged her moorings and went ,to sea, but
she was recovered and ,retu-roed to her,
position. T- he agent *&f ,the *underwriters
was doing every trlng 'in his power to save
property. Very great danger islo be ap-
prehended firot the loss of the light.-hotuses
to vessels from Eu.rxtpe and the North,.
bound to the Gulf". We must refer to the
list below far thle-injury done to shipping,
frnishelld to us 'by Lieint. ,Pease. The loss
.Fthe cutter MAo-rris is described to us in a
letter from an officer on board. NV-e give
the substance in atuother column.
.he JU.-S. brig Perry was ia 'the -same
gale or tornado, driven -with resistless
violence before the wind., but was finally run
ashoye cafer-all hole 4.f saving her was-gone,
and in all probability will be saved.
All the lives on !ndian Key and Key Va-
cas are saved, and it is hoped all rhe crews of
the wrecking vessels.
.The captain of t the cutter Morris saved,
the-.prod LLce, the cargo of one schooner, and
distributed it, through the MYethodist minis-
ter, to those. in need of the necessaries of
,,life,..
We are compelled to om.it manry particu-
lars in, regard to the gale *Crom the,preocc.u
patron of our columns. -
List of Vessels zh'eak-ed at Key West during'
the Hurmcsare (f the llth inst.
.: S. ig Perry, Blake, from Havana,
for Charlesiorn, with Com. Sloat on board
frdmi the Pacific, ashore near Sombrero
,Shoal, ianside of -,the reef, both masts gone,
anchorsi gtns; &c., thrown overboard.-
iThi6 vesselsi-es tin 11 feet of waiter and may
Ye got off; ail ii'hands -saved. U. S.- revenue'
.cutter Morris, Walden, ashore about 'taree
miles from nKey West, 4 two and a half feet
o(a water, with loss of both masts, anchors,
chains, guns, bulwarks, &c., and one mile
from the channel; probably a total loss.
Brig Colorado, of Boston (probably) dis-
masted, ashore, but has been got off; vessel
tight, but much injured by coming in con.
tact with another vessel; it is uncertain what
will be dane wi,-h her. Schooner Com-.
Kearney, ashore in two feet of water. Schr.
Guy. Bennett, Warfiled, dismasted, dis-
charging-, she will be condemned. H3. W.
S afford, from New York "Tor B3razos Santi-
ago, came mi a wref'k, being dismasted in
the gale; She will probably be condemned.
Brig Metamnora, from New York for St.
Marks, dismasted, high and dry, with part
of the cargo thrown overboard. Brig Was-
kalaw, froln New York for Cedar Keys, left
before the gale care on. Schooner Cathe-
r'ile: H. Bacon, ashore near the breakers,-
w~ti the loss of both her'mfasts, anchors
,tc,; she anchored with one of Gen. Tylor's
.c,'t-whetaSd; sh-e got ,off'by assistance o'f thKe
crew f cutter Morais, arid came into the
harbor, decks ripped up and otherwise much"
*damaged. Schooner Adeiia Waldlon, of
ttistlo, R. I., with a cargo of potatoes,
:ashore in three feet of warier; has thrown
}\Qar cargo o-verboard and may be gotten off.
!Brig G~en. Wilson, from New York, ashore
ain three fdee o-f wat-er with loss of for-top-


mast; she may be gotteh-off, but it is doubt-
ful.. Brig Napoleon,' Libby, of Boston,
eight days from Havana, botlVnasts gone;
the -vessel has since been condemned and
sold for $200. Bark Francis Wauls, Perk-
ins, from Havana for New York, fore and
,maiin masts gone; the captain paid $500 to
;a wreckekrfor piloting him into Key West;
he-had his shoulder dislocated" but was in a
(fair. aw "-t.,o recover. Pilot boat Louisa
,sunk *in trhe harbor, Pilot boat Lafayette
,-su-k in the harbor; all'bands 1ost-two
\bodies -wea',e picked ,up by the cutter
Morris.
The- brig Exelhange, Dyer, from Port-
land fom Havana, dismasted; ,lost mate over-
I board during the gale; ashore on. the reef,
--and since sold foxrS550. Warsaw, of'Char-
leston, Crowell, bound to Toulon; mast cut
..away on shore at Malaoumbe Key ; lost-all.
thaaids saved. Brig Commissry, of Bristol,
R,.-'I., ashore at Boca "Chica; lost-all
Iands agved; both masts cut aw.ay before
going ashore. 'Brig Falcomer, Bragin,
ffroml Portland for. Havana; dismasted and
sir.ce'sbtd for -about $500Q7vessel and cargo.
:;:SPnish- brig Sidcedero,-Baraton, from
'Barcelona, ashore at Key Vaiccas; vessel lost
thiit cargo saved" Schooner St. Denis, from
"Newport. R. I., came. in dismasted, and has
.since been sold to an riagn of the N: York
.underwriters foTj-4 lighter. Schooner Em-
ma;i Essenbe-qy;''fr Nassau, with loss of
'bot-hrimasts"Wiq(d rudder. Spanish schooner
Vii4tA'Nenv.1,, from Nuevitas, vessel and
.Awfernty.'lis3Jo tU'.including a woman and


6arbo, arid some'vessel, cotton loaded and
not yet heard :from, must have been in the
hurricane and suffered fi'om its'violence. A
schooner with a new lantern (or Tortugas
light-house, is lost with her cargo-.-a'll'
hands saved. The white water now ex-
tendes sixty or seventy miles to the south-
ward of Tortugas.
The Government will lose by the loss of
the brig Perry, revenue cutter Morris, iwo
light-house, fortifications, Custom House,
and Hospital, not far from $200,000
Many vessels, doubtless, will get ashore
from the fact of Sand Key light house being
gone. Dead bodies are occasionally dug
ofut -from under t'he ruins, and no one can
tell how many there are remain. Asfaras
ascertained, fifty persons have lost "tliei'r
lives, and it is singular that so few are dead
and injured, when we remember that the air
was full of ,boards,"timber, Slate, &c., and
buildings falling in every direction. Stone
could not withstand the gale, and all seem-
ed to be going to destruction. Many per-
sons escaped in boats, and held on to trees,
*e'xpec'tmg every moment to be washed
away., The scene was awful in the ex-
treme.
[From the Richmond Times.]
MR. WILMOT AND SLAVERY.
We find published in the Washinglton
Union a series of resolutions, adopted un-
animously by a large Democratic Conven-
tion assembled in Bradford country, where
Mr. Wilmot resides. In these there is one
expressly applauding him for .his resolution
against slavery in California. We were
somewhat surprised that a journal which
hai inveighed so bitterly against the Wlhig
Cobvent-iou of MassR'e-rrser,, could publish
sate :a resoltriio-n without spending along'
with it the expression of its very particular
censure. But the Union saysnota word:
about it. This resolution against the etren-
sion of slavery was very probably proposed
by Mr. Wilmot in order to mitigate the po-
pular censure which he feared, doubtless,
for his vote on the Tariff. His frierrds alre,
thereflre, making the most ,of it. But his
Democratic opponent in evidently endeavor-
ing to take the wind out of his sails, as we
find the Montrose Advocate (a paper sus-
taining White, his antagonist) appealing to
Pennsylvanians to rally around their rights,
'' regardless of Southern influence or home
dictation. We refer to the whole matter as
another commentary on the text that the
Northern Democrats are the "peculiar al-
lies of the South."
The following is the resolution adopted
by the Democrats of Bradford, to wbich
we Tefer:
"1 -Resolved, That the course of the Hon.
David Wilmot, in Congress, harmonizing
the professions uniformly made by him be-
fore the people, receives our cordial appro-
val. His views on the Oregon question, so
nearly confirmed in its final adjustment; his
vote against the squandering harbor bill,
loaded down with log-rolling provisions f'or
every member's creek or petty lake wharf; 'his
advocacy of a moderation of tariff burdens,
and his motion to preclude slavery from the
territory to be acquired in California, would
meI it the grateful encomium of a re-elec-
tion, even if the sterling and welltried de-
mocracy of the man--not looking one w-ay
and rowing another, 'but with face to tlie
bow, boldly ,fronting the battles and the
breeze-did not more certainly assure us
that hiscourse is always onward in the cause
of progress and humanity."
GEN. JACKSON AND CAPT. FATIO.-An
-exchange paper i'elates the following of
General Jackson and Captain Fatio, late of
the Revenue Service: "The Captain Fa-
tio, who was lately dismissed from the ser-
vice as Commander of the Revenue Cutter
Woodbury, in consequence of putting into
port to avoid a gale of wind, he having a
government agent on board, charged with
important despatches for Vera Cruz, is the
same person who obtained office from Gen.
Jackson in a rather singular manner. Hav-
ing been dismissed from service by JoRhn
Quincy Adams, he laid his complaint be-
fore the new President immediately upon
Iris accession to power. .The Gene~ral, as
he alleges, promised to reinstate him, but
put him off from day to day, until at last,
incensed by tthe untiring importunities of
ihae little Captain, the old hero sprang to his
feet, and swore by the Eternal,! if he did
not desist, he would throw him out of the
,window! The words were likely to be fol-
lowed by the, action, when Fatio, distending
hfimserf to his *tmost proportions, exclaim-
ed,"':Try it, you d--d old tyrant,,.and I'll
run you through!' The General was so
much astonished at the. fellow's coolness
and courage, that he sat down and wrote
out his commission at once."
SENSIBLE GIrtL.--A young lady says that
"they may talk as much as they please about
the virtues of the galvanic ring, but, for
her part, she believes that (he wedding ring
is the most potent cure for all young ladies.


;


Full returns have not been received from
all the counties-and until they are, and
official announcement is made of the result,
we shall not publish any further statement
of the vote.
Sufficient is k.iown to show that Mr.
CABELL is elected by not less than 100 ma-
jority. Of the state of parties in the Le-
gislature, we cannot speak definitely. It is
probable the De-noi.rats have a majority in
both branches, but it is very small--the
Whigs having gained largely. Next year
the Whigs will have a large majority as the
vote for Congress shows the State to be de-
cidedly Whig-and as the Whig cause is
daily gaining in strength everywhere, there
can be no doubt but that in this State it
will for the future be triumphant.

Another Victory!
PENNSYLVANIA FOR AMERICAN
INDUSTRY!
ALL HAIL TO THE IRON AND COAL
STATE! She has elected a WHIG LEaGIs-
LATURE-17 Whig m-emblers of Congress-
a GAIN o'f EIGHT-antd the Whig Canal
Commissioner by a majority of 10,000 in
the whole State!
Aaad yet Aniother.
WELL DONE FOR THE BUCKEYE STATE!
OHIO IS WHIG!! Returns frorm 67
counties shew a majority of 2,206 for Bebb,
the Whig candidate for Governor-15 coun-
ties to be heard from, which in 1844 gave a
Whig majority for Governor of 2,170 votes.
The Legislature will be Whig on joint
ballot.
The returns for CON(GRESS shew a WHIG
GAIN OF F- uu MEMBERS.

COLUMBUS.
We are truly sorry for the calamity which
has befallen Columbus-and we regret that
our poverty a'nd the occurrence of a similar
calamity in our own city, prevents onr feel-
ing sorry in the way that John Ratndolph
did for the man who lost his horse-'-putting
his hand in his pocket he gave the.'man (for
whom everyone expressed great sorrow but
did nothing tio assist) twenty dollars, saying,
"I feel seTrry twenty dollars," and turning
to the buvstanders-- low. much do you
feel sorry: gBentleiaen ?"-but as we are not
quite broke-we are willing to feel sorry,
a la mode de John Randolph,,to the.extent
of a V, if any of our citizens will start.a
subscription. .We know%. our-fbUis-^re.poor,
and cannot give much--:-bt (lhe widow's-
mile was beloved. Let us ,cast our bread
on the waters, and after many day. it w iH
return'to us."


OUR RIVERS.
The Chattahoochee and Flint Rivers still "
continue low-the former is navigable for -, 4-
light boats to Eufaula, and the latter to
Bainbridge. We greatly fear that a riso
will not take place for some time to come#
which cannot but prove a serious injury to
our trade. "
RANK AND FILE OF P'HV ARMY. -
Aftere t'he battles of the 8t-h anda 9th of
May, we urged- the-propriety of rewarding
instances of gallantry among the Rank and
File of the Regular Army, by commissions
assubahierns-predicting tliesuccesspost~ch
promotions in encouraging the inen to*da-
ring feats of bravery, and inducing young
men of respectability to enlist.
We again ijVoke- ihis re'wa'rd for 'our gn[- .
lant soldiers who so "nobly bore, themselves:
in the conflict at Monterey-no nrere emptyz
vote of thanks, or paltry sum of dolls av* ,'
cents in the shape p 'extra pay. .siouftl be'
considered a sufficient reward to rlhe Im lest
who charged un to the mouths oath'.?
Mexican cannon which lined their barriicadea
The country expects its brave. s.oldiersjtd, beo
rewarded in a misannercomensujrte w.ifh'tbhiri
valorous deeds-and in a manner likely to,4
stimulate them again to renew their .eoura-
geous conduct when occasionoffers._1Ifw#.
hope ro-'ee6-fe--ank a4 d .;Fle ekarging to.
"the cannon's mouth,"' we -must offer tke-.
honorable distinctions of Rank, as the re-.
ward of gallantry. -
Some idea maybe forn-eAop the stpae of:
things in the Army, and of the murderous;
carelessness of the War Departments* from.
the following paragraph from -a letter'rbm
Adj't Forsyth. He says : .- *"
SEPTEMBER 16.
I NA our sick atMala.a*ors8 y,erday^
It makes ohe's heart bEeedj l wiliiess tlbe;,
sufferings of these poor fellows... ITn camp,'
.,ou must know, few of the coo.vepjeneet,'
considered necessary to the ilt-at homeueaa -
be had. A.man get~s;cik and be is' carried
to the Hospitol -hi ai lfis 'J hnret7"-iid hi&.
knapsack-. -_Bed and beddiogitbere aye'nanu,.
and as the country is e, atirely destitute of-
lumber, bedsteads are not to be iad.. 'A
blanket and,.- e ground is xhjrpfobTe t te,-
pouch tpiin w eh- the- Volunteer- lies sick,_q
;and dies]'If h d'6oes not recover.- If he dies
the safie' blanket forms his winding hfliti'
and coffin-"-ipl.k is not ot. he bhad.- The.
Quarter-.Mast-er at Car'tyg2ol.mBtta-
swert o'an aptilicutibkn fraa coffinlchat every.
foot of plank, ajdp every old guim box that
was to be'ftinad- had beem worked up: ,Wt
"-the puiliose, and that all the money in,. ,i-h
department would not command a coffi(4.'. ', ;.
1f the men ,i-bo sit in Was i ng o'n'a ,ajl .
direct, (or rather tis-direct) the affairs of


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[From the Philadelphia North American.]
THE VERDICT OF PENNSYLVANIA.
The voice of Pennsylvania is, and should
be potential in -the politics of the nation ;
for upon national issues she has seldom been
wrong, and never in-a minority. She has
ever marshalled the-country the way that it
was going. Her fidelity to the true inter-
ests of the nation in every extremity drew
from Mr. Clay, in 1815, the splendid eulo-
gium which first characterized her as tile
Keystone of the Union--a title often since
adopted by those who calumniated the pa-
triot from whom they stole it. Such a re-
sult in such a State cannot be without its
influence beyond its borders. Congress will
pause in its ruthless career of extravagance,
ambition and wrong; or, should madness
rule the hour, will incur a deeper rebuke.
The administration, whose coui;'. is the
frenzy of the coward, and upon whose nerves
every adverse influence vibrates with aguish
potency, will hurry into the 54 and 49 poli-
cy. Unstable in every thing, it will seek to
conciliate and compromise. That day has
,passed.
The Whigs have offered the country the
broad issue of protection-nothing more'nor
less; and they will compromise upon noth-
ing that leaves a principle unasserted or an
interest unsuslained. Let this be under-
stood now and forever. The friend of the
Tariff, while they are willing to correct any
defects which may exist in the Tariff of '42,
will surrender all rather than submit to a
sacrifice of'the principle of protection.-
They expect nothing from the present ad-
ministration nor from those who control it;
and should ihe effort be made, by a rebuked
and condemned faction to buy them off,
they will meet it with the contempt which
it deserves.
The"causes which have sundered the ad-
amantine bonds of Party in Pennsylvania,
must produce like results with her neighbor
sisters; and the revolution will be accelera-
ted or ascertained by her example. Thus
does the courage of patriotism spread its
achievements not only over tlhe ground
which it occupies, but to that which, catch-
ing its inspiration, emulahtes its labors and
triumphs. New York and Ohio will stand
shoulder to shoulder with Pennsylvania.-
Mr. Polk must needs hurry his Mexican
States into the Union, or be content to urge
his energetic imbecilit-ies up.on a country
which Ias proclaimed its-co-Ttempt for tlhem
and him.
But there is one view off the result of ctie
Pennsylvania -elections worthy of especial
mention. It is the verdict of their native
'Slate upon George M. Dallas and James
Buchaina.n. They have been formally placed
upon trial-they have been judged by a ju-
ry ofthe vicinage; and what istthe result?
In doing j-ust'ice tlo Pennsylvania we have,
at all times, endeavored to abstain from do-
ing injustice t'o those by whom she has been
wro-nged, and even -fromn appealing to the
truth in -an uncharitable spirit. Iuthe same
anxious dtiere to a-void every expression
which, glancing from the public issue, may
inflict a personal wound, do we now refer to
wh-at have become the facts of history-facts
which time will keep and truth will charac-
terize, even if we be silent. The nomina-
tion of Mr. Dallas to the Presidency was
originally a trick. Free Trade claimed the
first office,,but its open assertion rendered
defeat inevitable; a compromise was neces-
sary. The present -administration has been
from its ir-ception, a policy of compromises
-not in 1he moderate spirit which finds
truth and safety in a niedium co-ur-se, but i'n
that gambling -pol'icy whieh sets extremes
ag-ainst eaclh -otber, and prefers the more
profitable. le was nominated as the Tariff
candidate of a Tariff State. Who could
doubt his fidelity ? On the score of grati-
tude, the State could claim his devotion to
the last gasp. Her patronage to his family
had prepared his porridge and rocked his
cradle; had watched over his youth, sus-
tained his manhood, lifted him to office, and
elevated him to the power-to betray. If
pledges were not as false as dicer's oaths, he
gave her enough to lull suspicion ; if opin-
ions long cherished and ever repeated were
a guarantee, she ,had ,them. She could not
and did not believe that men, whom she
had considered honorable, had one con-
science at home and another at Washing-
ton; nor that any hopes of" future advance-
ment could induce George M. Dallas, her
petted favourire*--"perhaps petted the more
that he had never rendered her a service--
to betray himself and her. She thought
that the expe-ctatiion ,of a mission under a
future President, was inefficient to separate
him from a cause to which ,he was welded
strongly as Arnohd to thie revolution. She
was mistaken and so was he. He underra-
led P~ennsylvania. He would have bitten
off the tongue tbat spoke the word which de-
solates Pennsylvauia before he had uttered
,it, had he done justice to Peunsylvania by
an anticipation of her just and patriotic re-
sen tmenl, Hbe dared to regard her people
;>s serfs upon whose stupid endurance any
experiment was safe. He has stood his tri-
al before his country, and is convicted.--


There is no plea which his County Court
practice can imagine, in abatement. The
issue has been fair, the judgment is final.
Mr. Buchanan has the advantage of not
having voted. It is a craven and false pro-
tection. The State knows his heart upon
the issue, by the beating of the pulses which
it governs. He could have stayed the de-
solating policy of the Administration; but
in this, as in previous trials, he dared not
be himself. He sank James Buchanan in-
to the slave ofmasters whorn James Bucha-
nan despised-and obeyed. He knew it was
falselood, treachery, wrong and ruin-for
there is no clearer mnind-but baser natures
overruled him, and he too betrayed those
whose fondest aspiration clung around his
name. The Son of Pennsylvania"s political
Morning fell; and those who most admired
most despise-him. tHe too has been tried,
His own words are his accusers; all the past
testifies against him; he has been found
guilty by tho solemn verdict of that peoplE
which has, at every crisis of his political
life manifested more fidelity to him than h(
has to himself or to his State.
In the solemn trial all the advantages
have been with the accused. The wand o
official power dropped gold along the pati
of its retainers. The press, led by the samE
influence, charged suddenly as the foalower,
of Ulysses under the spell, and followed, E
clamorous herd, the path marked out for it
All were active, confident, full of money
prodigal of promises, with the confidence(
inspired by Pennsylvania's uniform patience


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........ .NEW STEAM BOATS.
COMMERCI L ADVERTISER. We leaan ffrm the Albany papers that a
APAT A OL.A, SATURDAY, OOT. 31, 1846. new Boat was lately launched on. the Ftla
River above Aany, and is on her way to
O.j- The following gentlemen are authorized ibis city, to take in her machinery. This
Agents for the COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER and will .
Agetsfo th Cram~zxLA~z~ns~aan wllboat is owned by Mr. #Vitts, and is de.
receive and receipt for subscriptions, or advertise-
ments:- signed to run on the Flint River.
MESSRS. MASON & TUTTLE, 38 William Street, Another boat is nearly cumplated onthe
New York. Flint, which, is also intended to navigate
DAVD BRAVO, Esq., New Orleans.
WM. W. CHERVER, Esq., Albany, Ga. that River, so that with these two new boats,
Xajor JACK HARDMAN, Eufaula, Ala. and the fine steamer Albany, Capl. GRIP-

0' The Rev. Mr. GAY, Rector of Trin- FiN, (new last season,) which we noiiceenow
ity Chureih, has returned to the city, and lying at our wharf, our friendsi.r'South
Divine Service was performed lat Sunday Western Georgia, will be well suppliid.fw h
in that church, transportation 'for their crops. We hopZ
It makes one feel something like being in they and our mnerchanrts will drive a proJ,
a Christian land to hear the sound of the table trade, together. .. ,
"church going bell" once more-albeit we On paying a vsit to our friend Griffiin,
are not among the most devout of mankind, of the Albany, we were much pleased, as
ycd, from habits ofearly youth, we are sen- well as surprised, with the beauiifat Cabin
sibly led to wish to see the Supreme Being of tis fine boar- r1 wojkmanship &ad
worshiped in his Temple-and we regret beauty of design, it is not surpassed by a4.
the'necessity which we know -has existed for of the Western built Cabins. It is richly .
the absence of the clergymen Of the two painted, t he inside in imitation of curled,
maple, and is fitted up with roomy and ,-7"
churches established here, and the conse- e nient Stte roomy a prs
quent cessation of all clerical functions, venient Staterooms. 'We wish a proslpbet.
We'trust tha; next summer may find the season to tile Albany and all the rest agi
We tust ha ext umme mayfindtheRiver craft, not forgetting our fries*l' -fAN
R everend C lergy resident am o ngst us. V En crack b oat o fe A j a.
VE-GHTEN, and his crack boat thef..ta, r
07 We have been requested to ca t (he STEAM BOAT OFF1CEA .. *" "
attention of the Contractor on the route We learn from'the Colbm& ?,
from Bainbridge to Chattahoochee, to the the Pilots and Engineers e linbo ''
rude and unaccommodating behavior of the Ing between Columbus aa~lt is ci'y, iave"
driver, who drives into Chattahoochee, to- entered into an associitw fothe reg4-
wwards the passengers. nation of wages, &c. soW" ha9e1b; Ie- e
Some gentletnen, who came on from Ma- informed by some of lhe Engineh fat
con to Chattahoochee in the stage, desired they design applying- &" an acto i otrapo
the driver to set them down at the hotel at rate them as a soeis rith powertfft*
the steamboat landing-this he refused to blish rules and regoitWolts eglculatit to' en-
do, but stopped at a tavern on the bill, a sure a'proper performance ofthedutiesof
mile from the landing, and took out the their calling, and with power to'examihe
horses from the stage and left the passen- and license persibg found qualified fo act as
gers to walk down the hill and get a con- Engineers on steam -boats plying on our
veyance for their baggage. Rivers. A similar society exists in Mobile,
We hope the contractor will correct this chartered by the State of Alabama, a -me
-evil-it it continues he may expect to-find have no doubt batlit the oVbeetS'woIts
*ourtcitizens avoiding his line and'seeking formation, if well carried out, cannot fail to
another conveyance. be productive of good, and will help to pru-
e ust atte owners of th vide greater security to life and property.

property lately destroyed by fire in our citv, We shall be pleased to render any ai in
will devote the sums received by them from our power to carry out the above design,.'
the Insurance offices to the re-construction THE CROP.
of the buildings. The accounts from Ore up- coamw1y .*m -
The interest paid on theAeost of the build- firm the previous sta~eneats o'a sbortd-tfp,
ings and value o'" the lots, is greater, we though, as a tma'lteir ,of to "-e, the extent
date say, than ca-n be obtained in any other of the injury cannot'be estimated Niih any
'way in which the same amount of capital degree of certainty-much depends on the
can be so safely employed. stale of the weather during the balance of
The stores destroyed will be much need- Ihe season-an early frost, storms, fain, &c.
ed-and unlessthe owners of the lots build may do more injury, whilst a late frost and
upon them, the groundltself will be utterly pleasant weather may enablecthe famers to
unproductive and incapable of being turned make up somewhat for- the-testrnictibn oC-
into money at any reasonable rate-i-here casioned by the-eaterpilihrand worm. The
being no capital here to invest in improving receipts at- ibis place may not fall off so
leased property, much as is expected, as'i a nmhc larger
quantity is esinnated to have been planted
TRE ELECTION. 'this year.


how could they doubt the result? Their
fault has been that they have insulted the
democratic yeomanry of Pennsylvania by
the belief that wrong heaped upon wrong,
contumely added to contumely, could not
arouse her to resentment. Let them srudy
the record of their own trial, and determine
whether they can again ctaimn in Pennsyl-
vania recognition as men whose trusts have
been fulfilled, whose faiths vindicated.
Where do these statesmen now stand'!
In the estimation of those who purchased
them. they must be worthless, for they do
not bring the consideration agreed upon.-
Before the country, their only claims to re-
putation and influence a're founded upon
their power at hiome. That 'is gone, and
what is left? Their name a hissing at home
can scarcely demand reverence elsewhere ;
;ind ingratitude and treachery are but weak
claims to trust, confidence or honor with
any party or any people. But there is a
view of this question that we approrch relue-
tantly. How is this result in relation to
thenmselves-as honorable men ? The issue
was broad. It alleged that they were guilty
of making a false pledge of their personal
honor upon the Tariff question in order to
obhtai'n office. Such was the indictment
tried by the Pennsylvania people. It was
not merely faith as statesmen, but honor as
men, that was lighted. The plighted pro-
mise was trampled upon. The nation ex-
claimed against a treachery so unparalleled;
but the parties demanded, with confidence,
a trial by their own State: that State has,
by a vote which tears all party bonds asun-
(lder, convicted them. They are condemned
and senten-ced by a people. They should,
but will not, resign. They have not the
power wnich they promised to the Presi-
dent. They have reputation fur honor and
truthfulness in no corner of our common
land. They are worthless to those who
have used them; and their plain duty is to
vow to the decision of an outraged commu-
nity. But the spirit which induced the
wrong, will prompt a clinging adherence to
its reward. And perhaps it is better. Such
a course should be consistent in all its charp
acteristics to the last ; it will then be valua-
ble, it' for no other purpose to point the
moral of history.
WHIGS BY JER.KS.
There is a class-we 'hope not a large
one-of intelligent and capable citizens, who
are prone to believe that the country is on
the road to ruin, and who are utterly amaz-
ed that -it can submit to be so badly govern-
ed. They -never seem to consider that mis-
government is -he rule in human affairs, and
wise and just government the exception,
and whenever our National concerns take a
wrong shear, they are tempted to despair of
the Republic and predict, if not almost wel-
come, a despotism. It astonishes them, to
see that other classes so tamely acquiesce
in, and even sustain, outrages on the pub-
lic weal which threaten the whole land wiih
disaster. When the fit is on them--which
is oftenest when the projects of the destruc-
tive party have resulted in some pecuniary
collapse-Whigs of this class will lash them-
selves into a fury of opposition--will ride,
run, work, harangue, remonstrate, spend
money, and do every thing they know how
to, in behalf of -t4e-Whig candidates and
cause. A few months pass, the clouds lifts
a little ; the Banks discount more or the ne-
cessities for loans are less, and though the
1princip)les on which parties are at issue are
unchang'ed-rhough the doctrines of the
Lo-co-focos are exactly the same and their
tendencies the same as before-yet these
tempestuous Whigs have subsided into a
perfect Dead Sea of apathy. They are out
of all conceit with Politics-have lost all
faith in any Party or Parly measures--they
don't belong to any party or care for any-
they mean to stick to their business and let
Politics alone hereafter. Ifthey are coaxed
to vote at all, it is to rid themselves of the
importunity of two or three of the other
sort of Whigs, who do not guage their Po-
litics by a pocket-barometer, but, having
adopted the principles of Washington, Ma-
dison, Clay and Webster as those which
will best promote the welfare and trueglo-
ry of our country, work right on for them,
rain or shine, whether the Executive is la-
boring to corrupt t'he trading class with pet
Banks or to crush them with Sub-Treasu-
ries. Very often a Whig who is not worth
a hundred dollars and cannot earn eight
dollars a week has to make two or three
journeys to the office or the store of anoth-
er Whig worth Mis thousands, who was all
a blaze with parriotsism last year, and at last
can barely induce him to vote.
All this is very deplorable, in a country
where iuteiligence is so necessary and ought
to be so influential as in a Democracy like
ours. Our Whigs by Jerks do not allow
themselves to exert that influence in politi-
cal affairs to which their personal chanracters
and general capacity justly entitle them.--
The many, who see them engaged in Poli-
tics only o q e in tln'ee or four years, con-
clude thait'they dip into them as they might
into Stocks, to make a spec, or avoid a sac-


- rifice. Hence their very earnestness makes
t no impression, and their intermittent exer-
tions answer very little purpose.
Why shall there not be a Reform in this?
Why should not this class, fot their own
sakes and the country's, aect and vote as
Whigs in those years when there is no issue
in which, and no leading candidate for whom
they feel a direct and special interest, as
t weli as in the opposite case? True, a man
t is not expected to feel as intense an interest,
to make as arduous exertions, in an election
for State Officers only as in that of a Presi-
3 dent. But every citizen owes it to his coun-
r try at least to vote in every regular annual
3 election, as especially whenja Congress is
' to be chosen, which will necessarily have
3 Peace or War, the Tariff, Finances, Pub-
lic Lands, and all the great interests of the
Country in its hands. Depend on it, he
who votes only when he feels some special
t incitement to do so, divests himself of his
I proper influence and weight in those con-
e tests when lie would gladly be felt and re-
I spected. To vote, when it costs less than
e, an hour to do so, is i ery little to do twice a
year toward the maintenan-ce of Public Or-
s der and National Irosperity. Why will
f' any Whig neglect it ?-Tribune.
e; DISQUALIFICATION -OF CLERGYMEN.--
s The Convention of the State of New Yotk
a to amend their Constitution, by a laige vote
has struck out the clause in the present
, Constitution, -excluding Ministers of--the
e Gospel from holding any Military or Civil
: office in that State.


child-one man saved by U. S. brig Perry.
Schooner 'Sarah Churchman rode out the
gale on the'Bahama Banks in company with
the ship Adeline, with fifty passengers on
board, bound to New Orleans. Ship Eben
Preble, of Boston, is ashore on the N. W.
Bank,'jhigh and dry, and cannot 'be got off.
Frenchship La Reunion, Ardison, ashore
on'fhe reef; part,6f cargo saved. Most of"
the vessels engaged in wrecking lost, or
have sustained injury-; only one-is now en-
gaged in the business. The Eliza Catha-
rine is ashore at Key Vaccas, in a man's
garden; and one of the brigs ashore is one
hundred yards above highwater mark. Fonr
or five vessels. are in this vicinity, bottom u-tp,
and one up the reef that we know of,'vessel
coppered, and no doubt all hands lost.-
.About twenty-ane vessels -ashore on the
reef; all their cargoes of no -value, 'being
daamrage .d; among them, and not mentioned
before, is :the bark Iris, DUillngham, from
New Orleans for New York. All the ware-
housesare either blown down or unroofed;
the streets -of Key West are full of lumber,
and not six out of six hundred houses but
what are either unroofed or blown down.-
The current ran six miles an hour through
the town of Key West. The light-houses
at this place and Sand Key are washed away,
_and-not a vestige of them to be seen.
The brig Peconick, which cleared from
New York for Key West, and subsequently
pu.t into Charleston with loss of topmast,
has arrived-here dismasted. ,Itmwas reported
that a Portland brig, the Eliza, was coming
down, but it has turned out to be the Peco-
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MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
PORT OF APALACHICOLA...... October bl.

AR RIVED.
Oct. 28--Brig Atchafalaya, Parker, fm Boston.
Oct. 30-Bark Sarah Sheafl, Sands, fm Liver-
pool, to J Day & Co.
In a gale of wind on the 9th of Sept. Nicholas
Van Appin fell from thie fore yard of the Sarah
Sheuff and was instatgLy killed.
In lat. 36, ton. 38, spoke ship Atlantic, 150 days
from Maratean, bound to Havre-erew sick with
scurvy-supplied them with provisions. Also,. in
lat. 26, Ion. 79, spoke ship Colelius, 43daysforom
Antwerp, with passengers, bound to GalVeston-
Steamer Augusta, McLean, I'm Chattahoobliee.
Steamer Albany, Griffin, fin Bainbridge.


To Let-
THE BRICK BAKERY in rea 60 6:
53 Water, fronting on Commefc it .
Apply to
J.. A. zITCHEL;
Oct 24 4l-4t 36 Water stret.
For Kent,
THE large, new and' coiitnodiout
DWELLING HOUSE, pleasantly litba-
ted on the corner of Leslie and flight .;
opposite the residence of Capt. Behj. im'en:
The Houise is well finished. For particum efor
quire of CORNELIUS GRADY.
September t"51 846; 36-4t'


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i Ar~ile.
owS a ;rTHE Housd ahd Lot '6 'the c. r Market and Broad streets, with Gai-d
containing Peac, Orange, ig Tept,'z.
and occupied by Mrs.. Elizabeth B. WmaMj
will be sold low for cash, For terns, aplylj.
Oct. 24, 1846. T. T. ROAR:.


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For Reblt
M THE very desirable Residence, coer
of Centre and Market streets: Fo par-
ticulars, apply to
R. H. GOODLETTI Agent.
September 8, 1846.
FPor salle.
jaBTHFE DWELLING HOUSE AND LOT
.ui| ttaied on the corner of Cherry and High
HIL86street, Apalachicola# and known as 4.Ibt
No 10, Block 4, bn map of said ti t. Thli
dwelling House is very cohvenienitly constractedf
and is one of the most desirable locations for reei,
dence in the city. Apply to T. L. Mrrclt-A;i
Esq., Apalachicola, or to
RICHARD CATLIN,
August 11, 1846. 31-2m Pensacola.
J, Steventobt & ,N.o 46 Water afd .j Chestnut sik
Are now opening their, Fall stock of Staplf
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c., which they
offer for sale low for cash or city acceptance.
' Apalachicola, Oct- 24, 1846.


A. N. 1VlcKay,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 40 Water street,
Sept 21, 1846. Apalachicola, Florid&.
t.. Id. Austin & U-6.)
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 45 Water Street,


Oct.; 24.


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Disolution of Copartnership.
HE Copartnership heretofore existing under
T the name and style of WOOD & 9O.," is
dissolved by limitation. H. R. WOOD,
P. W. CULLEN,
Apalachicola, Sept. 21.- 1S46. 37-6t
H. i. WOOD#t ... .
W" ill continue the Atction and Coinmisib*fi
Business as teual under the firm of WOOD',
& GO
Auction and Commission Busla
ness in Eufaula, Alabama.
ALL persons who consign goods to our House
to be sold at Auction or Private Sale, wilt
please be explicit in their instructions given, tet
prevent any misunderstanding in making sales.
Our commissions are 5 cents on all sales and n"
charge for storage, and we will feel thankful for-
a share of patronage this winter from the Mer-
chants of Apalachicola, and will remain their'
vety ohenient servant* STARR & COi
September a 5i,1846-6-3tf .Etifahla AIA l .
Copartnership.
HE subscribers respectfully inform their
fiends and the public that they have taken,
intli partnership Mr. EUGENE W. RoGERs.
CHARLES ROGERS & Carr


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Blank Books, Fine lwrifti
JPaper, S .a
A' GENERAL assortment of Stationery, con-'-'
sisting of Foolscap and Letter'aper of the v
finest quality ; Blue and White wOve (ruled) ex=7*
-Ira fine Quarto and Packet Post; also a beautiful
assortment of Fencvh Letter Paper-, Pens, &c..
Just received per'bi-g Alabama andifdrsaie-by
. Oct. 17 c. ALLN.
! Congress Spring W wteg:
,TUST received per sehr. LeRy, and fir sai6 byy
March 21., J.: C.,AU.^--


.this Mexican War, do not find a day of
:bitter'retribution, the American people will
,have lost all feelings of humanity and jus-
r"*' tice.--[ Sdv. Rep.
-* :[From the Baltimore American.]
THE %WHIGS OF MASSACHUSETTS.
The efforts which have been so studious-
| "y. made to confound the Whigs of Mas-
* ^'sachusetts with a sect of political abolition-
ists in tlit State may now be given up, if
j tho.-e ho make them are willing to be go-
-vertied by a sense of propriety and a know-
i lodge of Iact. The sterling good sense of
" the Whig-s of Massachusetts is .as far re-
N"^noved fro-m indulgence in fanatical abstrac-
tions as the general intellectual freedom in
that State is-prolific of individual eccentri-
'cities. The prevalence of mental cultiva-
tion, which produces an aggregate of in-
telligence throughout the community as a
\ -<41ole, may be expected to develop many
off-shoots of randomn growth-but the main
body of the tret is not to be grafted upon
;the accidental sprout. We quote the fol-
lowing from the Boston Daily Advertiser:
The comments of the Southern press
'upon the action of the.late Convention-
S- those of the Democratic, as well as the
.... hi |urees--show the danger into which
Yo-uns Mass.,chusetts" had well nigh led
us. The Democrats declare that we are all
jyr Abolitliouisis. of such stamp as to be ready
.tL dissolve ithe Union to achieve our imme-
," ". J nlsl:" while the Whigs are obliged to
'cotvei-' the' et-dri's of somet members of the
Convention, by showing the upright, able
and sound position of the atvajoiity. Noth-
ing can be clearer than that in the eyes of
the Southern Whigs, a movement has been
-made here, which if successful, would have
, cut off all those in this State, who wished
Sunder the existing Constitutiat of the
"United States "to establish justice, insure
domestic tranquility, provide for the corn-
i monlldefence, promote the general welfare,
-and secure the blessings of liberty to our-
selvpes -and our posterity," from any influ-
ence in the public counsels, or any sympa-
thy with ano pairt of tie Union which differs
S-trorn us on one particular question.
The' general bearing and final action of
-the Convention relieves us from this fatal
,ostracism. The resolutions of the Con-
vention itself, the tone of most of its spea-
kers. and that impressive closing appeal of
Mr. Webster,-so received and so felt,-
calling upon all to act for their country and
through the Constitution,-show that the
W' Whiil< of Massachusetts are still Whigs
i-l' the Union. Th,-v are not so selfish as
o toact for Massarchusetts alone, but they are
wise enough to know thai Massachusetts is
-made what she is by being a part of our
common.0'ou onlrV.
Notwithstaoding the seeds of dissension
which oj)ponents are carefully planting and
.watering, w6 can now say to our frieeds in
_other. States as ;.s r ; here, that the Whigs
of this State are united upon broad national
-. principles which cannot be -shakeri"Uy local
^or temporary agitations. Such agitations
Nihave time and again given advantage to
S heir opponents; (hey have never been
.'sought 'for by "them. The friends of con-
stitutional ri-hi-i, liberty, and progress in
-4his Commoriwealhh are always the strong-
est party, because the people are.intelligent,
.iand education general. When this ceases
} ta be, the case, Massachusetts men may
".cease to take pride in their name, but until
iAtdoes, the friends of good government
here, will rally under a national standard.

THE W UHIG .AND THE ABOLITIONISTS.
T he II ,.i.'. i-,,-,jii,, 1_'a n is attempting to
revive the old 11111-Pi6,ng of the identity of the
Whigs of the North-wit-h the Abolitionists;
;Ad, to bolster u.p its charge, quotes the
itroL-eedings of the late Whig Convention
tFaieuil Hall. That the Whigs or the
*North are opposed to slavery and would
gladly see it abolished we shall not pretend
to deny. That is not less true thau that the
Locuotcbebd'of tie. North are in precisely the
same~f:ttea.:oi. Btut thtat the Whig-s tdesi,'n
to "throw- themselves into the. arms of the
S Abolilioni:l.s,'-' properly so called, we have
seen no proof, and we think it wilt puzzle
*the ,Union lo give any-evidence, of i~t that
'will niot eoni ict its own party at the North of"
till anie ,-,t;nce,
Th,:; events of 1844 have too recently
ttani .ii'iied 0 ',be-either forgotten or misre-
liresi-niKJ. Th,-ii what was the position of
:ilie \-'hi]. |irty--not of the :North, b nt of
the /_',,;..'? They were found arrayed -un-
i: der Il le 1i.1iilner of a man who was regarded
'-.,.. aS .so fliriuil >ble an enemy of'Abolition that
L" he :.i?-iiie'l io Mr. Polk t~he whole vote of
^. t h A hltj i,,ini party. T heir form er candi-
/-.(L.. date lor tili Presidency- Ja. G. Birney--was,
by his o] u lesire, p missed by, and the whole
,- .party, by his advice, and with him at their
.--.-" tiesa, archedhd into the Loeofoeo camp,
'*'"" .a ni d iiJ goo 'l se rvice for M r. P olk. D id
::" thl Richlmond Enquirer, then conducted by


tle present editor of the Union, refuse the
-! alliancee ? Did it propose to drum them
.:L.' {+~ali .1f thle camp with the rouge's march ?
A'. ot ;,t all. If it did not chuckle over the
''" a aceession ID his party, it certainly did not
S'*:" /rel'use lo p,'fit by the Strength brought to it
i ', (y the Ab jlitionisis.... W ith this fact, such
'" recent occurrence, it is.not uncharitable to
t:r'- believe that the Union's anxiety about the.
.[ alliance of the. Northern Whigs with the
~'--" Abolitionsts arises in a fear that its own
'i'.; party will lose their support. It may, how-
47 y ever, be easy on -this head, for the Whig
?;y- liariv will never i nse ;iii i~s.:ue which will
*;:':. alti'ac to their side the Aboiitionists.
L [Petersburg Intelligencer.

^'9.'.. "AIRLY DONE o PROWS-V,' The venerable
O. ,offici:al a, Aj^ashington has-had many sharp
r.. rubs.from tlie wicked Whig. editors of the
couinlry, bill we thiok the M 'eeeiet is one he
_.',-: -" has just receiyed from, the N:,:hlville II'D,'
if. The venerable had undertaker to cnirsole
bis poliiical kindred with .one of his Ox-


rather higher prices. States and Canadiar
free, upon a fair demand, brought 35s. and
the former under bond, 31s. 6d. to 32s. pet
bbl. Indian Corn is attracting more atten-
tion at an advance in price. Several houses
of capital have bought Flour in bond freely
at 42s., and Wheat at equal prices, acting,
it is rumored, on the supposition that the
pressure of want in Ireland and Scotland
will induce the Government to open the
ports free of all duties. Free Flour has not
realized so high rates, the latest prices be-
ing: Western Canal 34s. 6d., other brands
33s. 6d. to 34s. Indian Corn being scarce,
had reached 50s., but is selling now at 46s.,
and Indian Meal, which was held at 26s.,
has receded to 23s.
PROVISION MARKET, OCT. 3.-Beef does
not demand the ready sale it did a month
since. Pork is in small supply and the de-
mand not so active as anticipated.
The whoie of the Government contract
was taken on the 24th nlt.-18,000 tierces
at an average of ;7 3s. and 7d. Butter
scarce. Ifsshipped in proper order would
pay well, as Irish Butter had advanced from
96s; to 100s. Lard in barrels bring 41s. to
43s., while kegs for domestic Use, would
bring 45s. to 48s.
DEATH Ok THE LATE ENGLISH MINIS-
TER.-The Hon. Henry Stephen Fox, late
envoy extraordinary and minister plenipo-
tentiary of her Britanic Majesty, to the
United States, died in the city of Washing-
ton on Tuesday, in the 56th year of his
age, after a long ind painful illness. The
Union says :
The Hon. Henry Stephen Fox was born

in 1791; and was the son of Gen; Henry
Edward Fox, the first Lord Holland. He
was thus the nephew of the celebrated
Charles James Fox, and cousin of the late
amiable and enlightened Lord Holland.
We may add, moreover, that through one
of his female ancestors, he inb-erits the blood
of merry king Charles II, and consequently
of Henry IV,
In his younger days, Mr. Fox was well
known in the beaun monde of London, as one
of a coterie of elegant, gay, and witty gen-
tlemeu of high birth, among whom Were
Lord Byron, Lord Kinnaird, and others
more or less celebrated in their time, whose
deeds and sayings are recorded by Moore
in his life of Byron.
After the general peace in j816, le vis-
ited the continent, and by remaining too
long in Rome, he contracted the malaria
fever, which brought him to the verge of
the grave, and produced an effect most de-
leterious upon his constitution. He then
entered the diplomatic career, in which his
advance was rapid, in consequence of his
talents, as well as through the influence of
his hoble political connexions. He was the
first minister plenipotentiary of Great Bri-
tain to Bueno Ayres, friom which he was
transferred in the same .capacity to Rio de
Janeiro, and thence to this government in
1836. Of the talents displayed in his cor-
respondence on many delicate and difficult
questions of international law, of his uni-
form courtesy, of the amenity of his man-
ners in society, it is unnecessary for us to
speak. They are all attested by those who
have been placed in a situation to observe
him.

The following is an extract from the speech
of Smith O'Brien, addressed to his con-
stituents in justification of his holding opin-
ions in opposition to the ultra peace princi-
ples recently urged by Mr. O'Connell. We
copy it for the complimentary allusion to
the father of his country :
This is the difference which has appeared
inifthe Repeal Association. The members
of the Repeal Association were called upon
to declare that there were-no circumstances,
that there was no position of any kind, or at
any time whatsoever, in which they could
be placed, when it would be advisable to
recover freedom by arms; and there was a
certain portion of the Repeal Association
who said they would not subscribe to that
pledge. (Loud cheers.) They said, and
1lsay it with them, that it was not their in-
tention to invite their countrymen to settle
the question by an appeal to arms. (" Hear,
hear!" and cheers.) For my part, I have
always endeavored to impress on the people,
whenever I have addressed them, that such
an appeal to arms would be disastrous to
position a& bankers, than a desire, on their
part, to join in the present speculation.
The business of the Rothschild Brothers
is carried on in palatial counting-houses in
St, Swithin~s Lane, King William street,
and the establishment consists of between
thirty and forty clerks. On entering .the
place you at once perceivethe activity of the
several departments, and are impressed with
the notion, that, after all, the amount of
wealth concentrated in the fitrm is turned
over with extreme facility, considering the
perfect freedom with which the depen~daints
of these great capitalists go about their
duties. But the difference is this, we arei


not in the sanctum sanctorum, where calcu la-
tions are made, where the brain is at work,
devising schemes for the future increase of.
wealth, and where instructions are given for
perfecting those weighty operations for which
the house is so famous; or else we might
be able to describe a little of the labor and
a little of the energy required in giving the
first impulse for working-out these transac-
tions. Sealed "doors are here, and prying
curiosity dare not look in.
The Rothschilds are decidedly the great-
est people on 'Change. In buisness they,
are attentive, and, securing the best aid of
the :friends and advisers of their father, go on
in a smooth and properous course. Out of
business they are men of pleasure,, indulging
in the luxuries of life and countenancing
the sports of-the field.

THE RIGHT SPIRIT.-The following, ta-
ken from the Richmond Whig, is written in
the true spirit of Southern feeling:
The Boston Daily 'Whig is kind enough
to inform us that we may live to learn that
the discardal of abolitionists "is but a poor
way to, preserve the whig party in the free
States." It assures us that -there are too
many tobethrown off." On the other hand,
we tell that paper'tha.t a coalition with thfe
abolitionists will be the signal for the disso-
ution of the whig party in ".the' Southern
States; for decidedly as the whigs of the
South may be opposed to locofocoisin, they


will not for an instant hesitate when they
are compelled to choose between co-opera-
tion with that party, ot an alliance with a
band of fanatics and disunionists. Whig
principles are dear to them, but Southern
rights are infinitely dearer; and if victory is
only to be achieved by a coalition with Bir-
ney and his crew, they will unhesitatingly
prefer defeat to tie ignominy of such an. as-
sociation.
CANADA.-There is something like the
glimmering of the light of distant annexa-
tion-the indistinct rumbling of its thun-
der-in the following paragraph, quoted
from an English paper:
England has placed her North Americati
Colonies on the same footing with the U.
S. in the home markets. The power has
been given to colonhda .legislation iv modify
or repeal duties imposed arid enattmehts
made by the Imperial Parliament. And,
sooner or laler, the free navigation of the St.
Lawrence must be conceded. We say
must, because the first step of ,ithdrawing
all protective consideration from tht colo-
nies, as integral portions of the epie-e, is
only the prelude of what will inevitably fol-
low. We may be thought alarmists; but
it is, nevertheless, our honest conviction
that the tendency of these new political
movements will be to force, by the irresisti-
ble pressure ef necessity, this Province into
so close and beneficial a contexion with the
United States, that ere long :t general com-
munity of mercantile intercourse, and, by
consequence, of social fellowship Will be es-
tablished, and a thorough amalgamation of
mutual interests be perfected; so that at
last it will be difficult, if not impossible, to
define the position of Canada.

A PROFANE SWEARER NoNYtbils'i-In
Schoharie county there lilies a man whose
addiction to profanity in such that his name
has become a byword and a reproach; but
by some internal thermometer he so gradu-
ates his oaths as tm make them apply to the
peculiar case in hand; the greater the mis-
hap or cause for anger, the stronger and
more frequent his adjurations. His busi-
ness is that of a gatherer of ashes, which he
collects in small quantities and transports in
an Ox-cart. Upon a recent occasion, having
by, dint or great labor succeeded in filling his
vehicle, he started for the asheryf which
stands, upon the brow of a steep hill; and it
was not until lie t-eached the door that he
noticed, winding its tortuous course down
the long declivity, a line of white ashes,
while something short of a peck remained in
the cart. The dwellets by the way-side
and they that tarried there" bad assembled
in great force, expecting an unusual ana-
themal display. Turning however to the
crowd the unfortunate man heaved a sigh,
and simply remarked- "Neighbors it's no
use; I can't do justice to the subject.-
Knickerbocker.
CoMiMERCJE.--Long life to Commerce!-
My soul expands at the. sight of its life.
What has not commerce done from the be-
ginning of the would for the embellishment
of life, or promoting the friendly intercourse
of countries and nations, or for the refine-
ment of manners? It has always given me
the most heartfelt delight that the wisest and
most humnane of the lawgivers of antiquity
(Solon) was a merchant. "By trade," says
one of his biographers, by wisdom and
music was'qtis soul fashioned." Long life
to commerce! What lives not through
it? Which is all fresh life, in reality, but
trade, exchange, gift for gift! In love, in
friendship, in the great life of the people,
in the quiet family circle, everywhere,
where I see happiness and prosperity, see I
also trade. Nay, what is the whole earth,
if not a coloaiy from the mother country of
Heavein! and whose well-being and happy
condition depend upon free export and im-
port! The simile might be still carried
out, yet, Thou, Good Giver above, pardon
us that we have ventured upon it!-[Fred-
rika Bremer.
[For the Commercial Advertiser.
A SOLDIER'S APPEAL.
We'll conquer peace with Mexico "'


the Union's hope for the speedy restoration
of Democratic ascendancy must be founded
on a confident expectation that the aboli-
tionists will turn to their former alliance
with the Democrats. The venerable is
fairly caught in his own trap.-[N. York
Spectator.
[From the Baltimore American.]
[BY TELEGRAPH.]
Fifteen Days later from Europe.
ARRIVAL OF THE CALEDONIA.
The Steamer Great Britain ashore on the Irish
Coast-Her Passengers all safely landed-
Marriage of the Queen of Spain-Advance
in Cotton-Flour, Grain and Produe Mar-
ket buoyant.
NEW YORK, OCT. 21, 10. P. M.
The Steamer Caledonia, Capt. Lott, ar-
rived at Boston at a quarter past eleven
o'clock last night, bringing Liverpool dates
to the 4th inst.
The steamer Great Britain, Cdpt. Hos-
ken, left Liverpool on the 22d ult., for New


Francis Kopman,


WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
DRY GOODS. BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, AND
CLOTHING, &c.
octl Chestnut-Street, Apalachicola, Fla..


/


H. I. WOOD.


1


Wood & Co
AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
No. 2 Columbu Building,
Oct. 31. Apalachicola


York, with ONE HUNDRED AfD EIGHTY-


FIVE PASSENGERS, and on the same night,
she WENT ASHORE at Rathmullin, in Dun-
drum Bay, Coast of ire!and. The passen-
gers were all safely latided. At the latest
accounts she hadt not been got off. Her
cargo had been discharged; The particu-
lars of this disaster will be found annexed.
The surgeoin of the Great Britain was the
first who landed, with the Mail Bags, with
which he proceeded to Liverpool Via Bel-
fast :-they were brought on to the United
States by tho Cunaid steamer Caledonia,
Capt. Lott. In the course of the following
day, Wednesday, the 23d, a large number
of the passengers proceeded to Warren
Point, others to Downpatrick, with the in-
tention of returning to Liverpool, a larger
number proceeded to the latter place where
the scene of Thursday, the 24th, morning,
presented one that the people of that lit~e
Irish,village never before witnessed. Four
horse coaches, and some dozen jaunting
cars, loaded with passengers, proceeded at
the sane time to Belfast, to take passage by
the steamer Windsor, which sailed on that
day for LiVerpoal. Amongst these passen-
gers were the distinguished Danseuses Vien-
noises, forty-eight ih number.
During the day the steamer Prince of
Wales Went round from Belfast to render
the Great Britain assistance it was tried at
high water to pull her off, and, found to be
impossible. She therefore returned to Bel-
fast, taking forty of the little fairies and
their guardians to that city, on their way
back to Liverpool.
A leiterdated Dundrum Bay, October Ud,
contains the following :
"The Great.Britain remains in nearly the
same state as when you left. She is making
a little more water;- the pumps were work-
;',, nearly all day yesterday. They have
got (he cargo out, and are now discharging
the coals on the beach. There are two
steam vessels here. Should Monday be
fine they will try to take her off at high tide.
I hear this evening that the Newry steamer
is to be here on Monday with two others,
to try if they can move her."
The Royal marriage in Spain forms the
most prominent point of discussion in the
Europe-11 journals. The London Times'
and Morning Chronicle protest in strong
terms against the Montpensier union with
ihe Infanta of Spain. The European Times
says that the English Government seems
disposed to do all that it can to avert this
end. '
In Ireland every means are b,.ing taken to
find the people employment, which is equiv-
alent to finding them with food elsewhere;
nevertheless the-e have Lcen some famine
riots in various parts of Ireland..
There had been large sales of Cotton, and
prices, if any thing, were a'shade higher.
The market for all kinds of produce contin-
ued buoyant, and at rapidly advancing rates.
Wilmer and Smith caution their rrierids
in this country against wvild speculation, as
(lie money and enterprise of England will
find and bring food from every corner of the
earth if necessary.
The news from the Continent is not im-
portant.
INDIA AND CHINA.-The news by The
extraordinary Express, in anticipation of
the Overland Mail, was published by the
morning papers on Tuesday. The intelli-
gence is of little importance. A Variety of
reports are in cii'culation respecting the un-
settled affairs on the northwest frontier.
The Siekhs, it is said, are determined to
re-organize their Army, but several otfthe
Hill tribes ,ire already so dissatisfied that it
is expected tht ihiey will refuse to submit.
Under these circumstances, Mahar Rajah's
government has remained already at Lahore
for a longer period than that originally fixed
by the Governor General. Our intelligence
from China speaks of the preparations ma-
king for the evacuation of Chusan.
LATER FROMI ]NDA.--Despatches front
Bombay, to August 27, have been received
by Extraordinary Express via Trieste.--
Ths Seikll Government was in a tottering
state. The British Authoritieswere in an-
ticipation of a revolt, and were busy, prepa-
ring for the emergency, for the purpose of
suppressing it.'
THE MARKETS.
,LIVERP~ooL COTTON/ M/ARKET, ,SEPTo
26,-- The sales of the w;eek are 72,810 bales
---28,000 of which were American taken on
speculation;. _Notwithstanding, the heavy
buying the advance in prices hardly amoun-
t'ed to d per lb. -
7" OCTPnBER 1st.-The sales since Friday
'are 35,000 bales-15,000 on speculation.-*
No material alteration in prices, but the
market has become dull since the rebeipt of
last advises from the Uinited States by the
Britannia.


OCTOBER 3d.-Sales'7000-of which 3000
were on speculation. No change in prices. '
"The market closed steady. "
LIVER'POOL CORN MARKET, OCT. 3.-,
4Pric'es continue t advance. From thel8tth
molil the 25tbhult., there was an active trade,
in Wheat and Flour. Ato'urnmarketof'yes-
terdae the sales of old Wheat were exten-
sive. Irish Flourb.iifig scarce, would bring


Join S. Hutchinson,
,AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
Solicits patronage. APALACHICOLA, Fa.


Apa!achlcola. Fa.


Pi. W Cullen;


AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
Solicits a share ofPublic .Patronage.
Oct 24 APALACHICOLA, FA.
I. D. Bugbee,
W ILL cwimue the Commission and Forward-
ing Business at the old stand, No. 7, Co-
lumbus Buildings, where he will attend prompt-
ly and faithfully to any business entrusted to his
care.


Removed by ftr6i
HE stbgeriber has taken the store corbel of
Chesnut and Commerce streets, where he
will be happy to see his friends and the public
generally. I will receive by the ship Floridian
now due at this port, an assortment of Drugp,
Medicines, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, and Patent
Medicines. J. C. ALLENi
Oct. 24 Druggist.


ApalaChicola, Sept. 15, 1846.


36-5t


M USLINS, F1annels, Checksi kimaey Wooleof
M FIaids and bohegan Stripes, Sil Warp
Alapaca Lustre, Blankets, Bed Tickj,< Plaid Lina
ensf, Hdkte. a-ni Hosietyj and the choicest lot of
Prints, both English And American that cil bie
found in the market, hive just been received 63r,
ectober.6; .. .. FRANCIS. KOPMAN.


I. D. Buglieef
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANT,
No; 7, Columbus Block,
Sept. 15i 1846. Apalachicola,. Fa.


At Private Sale.
SUPERIOR WHITE WINE AND CIDER
VINEGAR.
20 UBLS. best White Wine Vinegar;
0 10 do. do. Cider do.
by WOOD & Co,
Oct. 31. 4t 2 Columbus Building.,


Notices
W ANTED at the Apalathriofa Aisena&
Chattahoochee, three enlisted Laborert
The pay and allowances will be nine dollared
month, with rations and clothing. The term of
enlistment is for five years. None but steady
sober men will be taken. Applications to be
made to the Com'dg Officer at the Arsenal *t
Chattahoochee. Otobdr 1.


Franklin Circuit Court.
Wisner, Gale & Co. )
vs. / Fi Fa.
Duicida Bull, Adm r of R. B.
BIll, deceased. J
B Y ,irtue of the foregoing ft. fa. I ha1 4 levied
on, and will expose to sale at public outcry,
opposite the Court House door in the city of Ap-
alachicolai in said county, two Billiard Tables,
within the usual hours of sale, on the first Mon-
day in December next. Property pointed out by
Plaintiff"d Attorney. and sold to satisfy said fi. fa.
JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff F. C.
Apalachicola, Oct. 31, 1846. 42ts
Sheriff's Sale.
BY virtue of a writ of fieri facias, issued from
the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court for
the county of Franklin, Western Chcuit of Flor.
ida, wherein Holbrook, Nelson & Co. are plain-
tiffs, and George F. Baltzell is defendant, I have
levied upon, and will expose for sale, before the
Court House door in the city of Apalachicola,
on Monday, the 7th day of December next, with-
in the usual hours of sale, the following described
property, to wit : The one undivided half of Lots
number one and twenty in Block FtI and the ihm,
provements thereon, in the said city of Apalach-
iola. Levied upon as the property of said de-
fendant, and to be sold to satisfy said writ.,
JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff F. C.
Apalachicola, Oct. 31,'1840. 49ts


J. Fiynin,
(Late T. CLJIRK.)
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER!
Ott. CONTINUES to carry on this busi-
y,,. I ness in Apalachicola, two or three
Osm doors below the City Hotel on Centre
st. Having superior workmen, he is
confident that all who may patronize him will find
that they have called at the right shop. French
Calf Skin, Morocco, and Patent Leather Boots
or Shoes made to order, of the latest and most ap-
proved style. He will also keep on hand a large
and selected assortment of Ready Made Boots,
Shoes and Brogans. All -mending, &c., done
with neatness and promptitude, and on terms
tlhat cannot fail to be recognized as in keeping
with the competition in trade and the closeness
of the times.
Apalachicola, October 31. 42-6m


April 7, 1849.


List of Letters
EMAINING in the Post Office at Apalchi-
cola, October 1, 1846.
Adams, John 3 Leslie, J C
Andrews, Ephraim Meals & Crawfobd I
Albee, Isaac Muller, George
Baker, Nathan MeRea, John
Baker, William Merryman, Capt S :
Butts, E P 3 McGrieven, Geo
Brown, G B 3 McBride, Elizabeth *,
Baltzell & McBride Miller, BenjminW-
Butler, Col Samson H Nittbn, Uiial
Conner, L Bernard Nichols, Elaxert
Colby, Capt E G Orriss, John
Cunningham Johrt Piece, Rev Jas-L,.
Clapp, James Pow, John
Cullum, Wm E Percy, Abr'm C
Curthbutson, Ralph S Ridley, Susan
Dent, Ame Rowlet, Daniel
Demarel, W S Rawson, Middleton Vf*
Dickinson, Rev Chas S Rowley, H V
Forsyth & Simpson Robinson, W f;
Grice, David Robinson, Jnio A
Griffin, G W Ryan,-Mihael
Gow,. John. G Rogers;-r't*homai
Guin,. Providewce" Sts6,J.I!* 3 1Z
HIart, Rev A B? SteWard< John -- "
Head', Jas M Snit h,-James E -
Honeye1ft, ,]as A Shiaw,- obt G 4 -. -
Hayden, H M Sttibbs, J" E %.
Hoyt, Ebenezer Shaw, T M
Hodges, Mrs Anne Sherman, Benj N 3'
Jenkins & Pettis Thomas, William
Lahor, G Taylor, John S
Leslie, John Tayloy, capt Sam'n k
Williams, Jas-M
Qr Persons calling for the above letters, wili"
please say they are advrtised.
JOSEPH S. M'AY, P.'MA. -


o T.
'Ho! all ye discontented throng,
Who dare not brave our Country's foe,
Know that if Heav'n our lives prolong,
We'll conquer peace with Mexico.
Ir.
Your arguments of right and wrong,"
We've left behind us long ago--
Your jeers fall harmless on the strong,
Who conquer peace with Mexico.
Ill.
The red war gleams along the land-
Our Country leans upon our arms-
And shall we raise no vengeful hand
To guard-protect-defend her charms!
IV.
March on-march on, my countrymen-
Fronm war's alarms your homes release-
Pursue your victories-and then
Let love and friendship bring you peace,
V.
We plant the standard of the free,
And peace is following in our train-
Can nations more unhappy be,
Where fieedom, light, and knowledge reign .
VI.
Remoter nations, great arid brave,
Behold your deeds with searching eye
And shall you scorn a glorious grave,
When love and-honor bid you die 1
.VII.


Five Hundred Dollars Rewvalrd.
W" E, the Mayor pro. tern. and members of
the City Council present, hereby offer a re-
ward of FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS for in-
formation that will lead to the apprehension and
conviction of the vile Incendiary or Incendiaries,
who destroyed the property of our citizens by
fire, on the morning of the 16th instant.-
WM. SYDNEY GREEN,
Mayor Pro. Tean.
M. M. BUTT,
WILLIAM PECK,
A. HANCOCK,
WMVI. VALLEAU, Clerk.
Apalachiicola, Oct. 24, 18406 41-3t


To Arrive.
nnHE ship Floridian with an assortment of
-L Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Paints, Oils,
D e 8tsff, Patent and Botanical Medicines,'
BLank iooks, Stationery, &c., &c., for
J. C. ALLEN,
Oct. 24 Cor Commerce and Chesnut-sts.


Per brig Alabama.
FRANCIS KOPMAN has received the latest
and best assortment of Hats ever openedht'-
this. city--Beavers, Moleskin,Silk and Fur, of the *
finest q(alaity and most fashionable styles, parti-,
cufarly th"e Palo Alto's' and ',Resaca d, &I"
Palma's." He has also an almost ifidnite variety, *
of Cloth, Velvet and Oil Silk pa, for men and,',
boys, and of every aut and fasti -the 11 Rough"
and Ready,"" Texas Star," ~ Tjon," 1 Navy"
and Ole Bull," comprise onl,- fiw of the.'.-
He has just opened a beautiful Y -' y of Ladie4''
Bonlets, consisting: of Leghon, ence, Straw,.
EnglisL. Raid, TarIton' u B, 'Bfr Twist,,a ..
of the newest andSmost fasfionable,4-hapes.
October 6.


W. G. M. Davis,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
0flMrs his services to the public in either of the
above capacities.
He will practice regularly in Franklin, Cal-
houn and Jackson Circuit Courts-and will, upon
a special retainer, act as Counsel, -in any Court
of the Middle or Western Circuit. He will also,
argue cases in the Court of Appeals at Tallahas-
see, the sessions of which, he will always be
present at, unless prevented by accident.
Apalachicola, September 8, 1846.
Expiration of Copartnership,
NOTICE is hereby given that the Copartiecr
ship existing under ihe firm of BUGBEE &
HOWARD, expired by limitation on the 7th
inst. Parties having unsettled accounts with said
firm, are requested to present the same forbad-
justment to I. D- BTUGBEE.
Apalachicola, Sept. 15, 18467" 36-5t?


Still onward march', my countrymen,
Nor with the boasting foe delay-
Think of your noble sires-and then
Of Alto-Palma-Monterey.
OCTOBER 28, 1846.


c mirt llU ln is l .l.d l al t tl ll ei r ecenIC t L VV lill
#pihll s in IMainie and New Ha mlniphire are
,,to n pli l \lll, as elfecieI onDiy by a junction
f tlle Wl-ig?-a nudJ aboliioni,,; and that
-..they will bW.-c'hily temporary. Whereupon
itbt shrewd L&ashivillian pu-a .it to him':
Ai;t,, if (lie 'boliiionists thus hold the baI-
gdknir'e of power in those states, the former
TeFeated triumphs of the Union's party
'.there mui ihage'bven caused by a junction
41' Ifhe Dr. ,.,:rats a,qd abolitionists, and that


G.


Died,
At Fredericksburg, Va., on the 1st inst., Col.
BYRD C. WILLIS, aged 65 years.
Col. Willis was well known in this State where
he resided formerly. His death will be deeply
regretted by his friends and relations, with whom
we sincerely sympathize.


PASSENGERS.
Per steamer Augusta-Charles A Green, Lady
and servant; Mrs C 1-1 Connery; Messrs J M Mc-
Kinney,'T Preston, E M Skipper, J Patridge, J
R, Fortune, J W Moses, Peter Hobart.
RECEIPTS FROM THE INTERIOR.
Per steamer Augusta-13 boxes tobacco and I
lot lumber to B S Hawley.


Nowill's Honey of Liverwort,
FOR, Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Spitting of
Blood, and all the affections of the Lungs
leading to; Consumption, warranted to be compos-
ed of vegetable substances only, for salv by
...ang11.. ... 'J.,. C.' ALLEN.









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-I~1IIBk-P~B~IBI~3FI*Yzearrsl~


tominfaftcatorac Not(cro.


RKANT,
mrA

COROIAL. ELIXIR

"IU RKEY RHUBARB."


OR the cure of Dispepsia or Indigestion, 'Bli.
ious and nervous Headache, Constipation,
Diarrahcea, Gout, Rheumatism, .Gravel, Flatu-
lency, &c. For sale wholesale and retail, bv
Nov 5. J. C- ALLEN, Druggist.
Tarrant's Conmpound Extraeqpxf
Cabebs and Copavia.
Staiids unrivalled for ito
efficacy; it performs a cure
in : few days-no confine,
Sa/ ^E> ^Sfemen't or restriction in diet,
is necessary. It will be
found invaluable, being pro,
pared with tile re st
possible care, upon well
tested principles, f4uM-*
upon that important law,
first established by hbe cT1.
ebrated Dr. Fordyo~e.
..( hat a cembinatfo L#M .
ilar remedies would produce a more65 /in
speedy, and considerable effect;:lnban' lat
lent dose of any single one.' Inao~hyBe-fe
disease is entirely prevented by its timely ,pp/lc&.
tion. For sale by p,,
Nov 5. 3. C. ALLENV, DruIggist, &c.
Balat O 6f ltIeriWort.
A REMEDY moet perfect is said now ta4be
discovered in settled Consumption, Liver
Complaint, or any of their incipient svmptoms,
on the Chrono-Thermal system, by the use of
Doctor TAYLOR'S celebrated medicine,'.the
Genuine BALSAM OF LIVERWORT, which he Ore-
pares at 375 BOWERY. This plan of tirattht,
now espoused by several eminent physicians, Is,
and has been for a long time, the secret 6 the
unparalleled success which has attended Doetor .
Taylor's medicine in performing its wonderful
cures, which in many, very many cases, have
been almost incredible, but the conclusive ptor-fs
the Doctor can bring forward are irresistible, and
we advise all who may have coughs or simple
colds even, to use this perfect specific wilhwnt
delay. Franklin says a small leak will sink a
big ship." Therefore, cure your coughs bWfore
your lungs are past cure. For sale by -
J. C. ALLEN, Sole Agent for
Apatacbicola.
CAUTION-The genuine Doctor TA^Wi~i's
BALSAM OF LIVERWORT, has on the bWtle-a
splendid steel plate engraving, to prevent coun-
terfeits signed by Gurdon J. Leeds, any other is
vile and dangerous imitations, and the public Are
cautioned not to purchase or de-al in it, as iA is
protected by the U. S. Copy-Right Laws.
March 21. 3846. 12-4y
Warrant's Effervescent Seltzer
Aperient.
H EALTH RENEWED, and an inviyr.-it-1
and. healthful cbr)diti(n of body r,.;
by the ilie of TA'R RANT'S El"TERVF^ '.-':**
SELTZER APERIENT.
This preparation is universally ailrk,- : t i,"
the most popular remedy of the prese. c \v, far
the prevention and cure of Ifdigesti, .r ;4ij and Liver Complaints, NervougW'fak,:(?s. I-e-
ache, Heartiurn, habitual Cosf'enes% &.e.
Traveller.m and residents in warm ch-maeg ii iii
find it a desirable article; it prevents arnv accu-
mhulation of bile, is portable, and the racthcfonf
preparation is unusually c-nvenient. Chi'irdc
have frequent occasion for gentle and con-iing
purgatives; ihey will take this aperient -im
ference to any other. Sold wholesale and retailf
Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist, &c.

DR, FEUCHTWANGERt'
Scolicotoxicon, or k, Poisoeu for
Insects.*- .-,!
JUST received per brig Pioneer, which w.i1^
properly applied, immediately extermiu .
Rats, Mice, Cockroaches, Fleas, Mosquitoes; &c.
&c Also, Fly Paper, for the destruction of.' ,
for sale by J. C. ALLEN-'
June 6
Drugs, M medicines, A',
A LARGE and fresh supply of Drugs, Medi.,
cines, &c. consisting in part of the fillow-
ing articles:-50 doz Castor Oil,. qts, pt, and 4lf
pts: 5 bxs Houck's Panacea,; 10 bxs 0}i\e Dig-
40 kegs Epsom Salts; 10 bbls Copperas; 10 1Ks
Gum Opium; 20 lbs Sulphate Quinine; 20 dilz
London Mustard_; Herbs -of all kinds; 20 obs
Nutmegs; 15 bxs Starch ; 20 .bxs Lemon Syrup
10 kegs Pearlash ; 2 gross Seidletz and Soda
:Powders; 20 lbs English Calomel; 20 doz Spta
Turpentine, and a general assorthqnent of all arti-
cles in the Drug line, for Covinfry KIerchanttf,
Planters and Physicians. For sale by,
March I H. F. ABELL.


NOTICE-Six months after date I will apply
to the Probate Court of Franklin County,
for a final discharge from the administration and
office of executor of the estate of David Rich-
ardson, deceased.


In the Circuit Court for the Coun-
ty of Jackson.
WESTERN CIRCUIT.
IN CHANCERY.
Tobias Lewis, 1
vs.' Bill for divorce.
Martha Lewis,
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court,
that Martha Lewis, the de endant in the above
suit, resides beyond the limits of the State, and
in (he State of North Carolina; R is ordered,
That the said Murtha Lewis do appear and plead
to, or answer the bill filed in this cause, on or be-
fore the fourth Monday of November next, or that
the same be taken as confessed: Provided, That
a copy of this order be published once a week,
for three months previous to the day aforesaid, in
the Commercial Advertiser, published at Apa-
lachicola. GEO. S. HAWKINS,
Judge of the Western Circuit.
Augnst 21, 1816. aug25 33-3m.


WlLTrIAMa. V,r,LEA, Clerk.
Apalachicola, August 18, ISt6.


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Franklin Circuit Court.
FRANKLIN COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Benjamin M. Griffin, )
vs. Foreclosure of Mortgage.
James Y Smith.
THE defendant and all others are hereby noti-
fied that the petition to foreclose a mortgage
of the defendant on his interest in the steam boat
Albany, has this day been filed in the office of
the Clerik of said Court, and that judgment will
be prayed for at'the next fall term of said Court.
A. G. SEMMES,
June 11, 1816. 24-4m Att'y for .Pertioner..


Cabinet Work Shio. pe' '*.
BTHE subscriber is now& in readiness
to manufacture nerv, :r rea*0a 1 #li,-!1
i Furniture, with promptness anddd.
eRptch, and solicits flei paqonage pof hi old tpayM.
my) customers and ,ppes by sriit attention.
cbrders to gaij'.some ew ones. ,
i : .y ,:TETER-HOBABT,,
63- Shop'4n Nhi4 A sti y of Brick BuildigK, cori-
ner Chestnut and Water .Si11 No009.
Iron, Nails, &e., -
TpHE subscribers have on hand- and for: aie,.
_ wholesale and'retail, low ,fo '-Cashbt r -
20 tons assorted Iron ; 50 kegs assoyted Nai9,. ., /
50 kegs Spikes, Wrought and- ut,. .?,<.
Sheet and BoilerIron,, .,' ,1 -,: "
follow Ware, a general assortment, \ .
Sugarnan C01dren K-ttle,, : ; ,
Cook and.ParlorSto0es, Sad Irohs,' '1 ;, -
'Blacksmith's Tools, Hadwkare, *' ': ^,'\
Britannia and Jappand IWav'&s;,Bftas Abdirb i T
Pirp; Dogs,,Shovels -and Tolg,6') -**- *".,L- .*
Iftoo and Thimbles, BlocksiPiaip Boxes, ".A ;
Marlin Spun Yarn, Manilla, arid-LHeip Cardagek.
Ancbrs, Pitch, Oakum, Tar, Coal Tar, ]goli. ",,.,
Turpentine, Speinm and Linseed Oil, : ,. |
Paints and Brushes, Rigging and Ptiinp.i lhr'.i
.atts, Pumpsaid Buckets, ...
Tin and Sheet Iron Wire.: '," .. "'. .
Ma-rch 14 R.OBERT, A L ,,I U. ; ^


.. ]hunmber,
J"UST received 50,000, feet Yellow Pine Lum-
ber, assorted qualities. Also, on hand 50,000
feet White Pin., assorted from-1 to 2 inch, which
,will be sold law for the cash, by
PETER HOBART.
No Lumtber will be delivered from the yard,
after this daite unless paid for, or a written order
from 'a responsible person. March 28
Flavoring Waters,
Na:sortment ju-tt received, and for sale by
Nov 29' ..C. ALLE.N, Druggist.


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[From the Louisville Morning Courier.]
SCIENTIFIC.
.'il 'ri'RATe CENTRE OF T11E UNIVERSE DISCOVERED.
When we "first sawthis starling announce-'
merit in the Cincinnati tl-as, of k.ist Thurs-
day, we supposed it had been discovered
that the Queen e'ty is the centre of the
4iniverse- But, on examining a little fur-
t her,-we perceived that our first impression
was incorrect. Professor Mitchell, the ef-
..ficient director of the Cincinnati Observa-
n3tory,-in a communication to the Atlas, states
that he has received, by the hist steamer
from- England, two numbers of a journal
published it Altona. These papers are al-
most exclusively taken up with an article
byDr. Maedler, director of the Dorpat Ob-
s-ervatory, in which lie announces that he
has.discovered the great central sun or -star
-.round v'hvich our solar system, together
itl-thlye wlih'le universe of stars, revolves.
Priofessor Mitchell says:
This discovery, the result of manv yeais
of incessant toil and research, has been de-
*d.uced by a train of reasoning and an exam-
ination of ficts scarcely to be surpassed in
the annals of science.
Guided by the researches of the elder
Herschel as to the figure 6f tite stratum of
stars to wfinch opir-su, abhelongs, Dr. Maed-
blerv as v-A'irst approximation, locates his
a^cy.
: But as'the milky way divides the sphere
o'-the heavens into two ivequal pirts, he
'. arg.ues that the centre must be searched for
in the smiller of the two parts.
Again, it has been shown that our sun is
nroarer the southern than t.,i northern side
of the milky way, and henee-we must expect
to find the greatt cq"iil'i not o;nly iu the smal-
ler of" the heavens, but-also in the northern
part -of th'.i smaller portion.
Another appro i,,i.iiivii to its position is
obtained by the learned author'of this re-
m:akable paper fromn an examination of'the
sun's motionvithrough space, and lie reasons
That. the point in the heavens towards which
:tlBe entire solar system is urging its way, is
,-.f'he pole of a great circle, within which the
1.7-circle about which the sun is revolving must
be p1lace6d,.
This subject has been ably discussed by
Argelander and by Otho Struve, and the
point in question has been ascertained to a
very, clos-e approxim:-tion. If froin this
p>i nt,' dEtermined by Argelander, (which is
'the co-nsitellattion Hercules,) as a pole, we
describe a gr-eit circle, it intersects the
constellation Perseus. By using tlat point
determined by Otho Stiruve, we find this
circle cutting tlhe milky way nearer to the
,consst.e!i; iion Taru u.- s.
,11Hvlig m(nade thi': rooigil approximmition to
th ie gr-anJ centre, 1r prosecutess the re-
search by inans of iihe.proper motion oflbe
-:fixed s'tairs, and,-acfier many iriials of differ-
te ent stars, -a length finids a point which satis-
fies all tlie conditions yet presented by ob-
_seryation.
Th:, disco-very announces in the follow-
u:i 1 ,n,%uage:
,. :'^*therefore pronounce the Plei:ides to
be the cGenw-'r group of that mass of fixp-d
stars timi6ted by the stritunm co,posing ifw
milky waty-,-n i) d A4-^^J"G ie as `'i'e .!i~ i! i4
star of this .t ..ip, .viiich, amnong
  • combines, t}i gre;itest probability of being
    the" 1rue ]central sun."
    By' a tr;iin of rcilsoning which I shall not
    attemlt_ to explain, he finds thie probable
    pa'raPIVax o'f tIis great central star to be six
    tiht i',,.ilrh of oone second of aie, and its
    'disst'ance to'be thirty fbur millions of times
    tthe distance of the sun, or so remote that
    light, with a :velocity of. twelve millions of
    .T.pi les .par minute, requires a period of five
    .lfUnqred an(d thirty-seven years to pass from
    .the-great centre to our sun.
    As a -first rough approximation he de-
    duces the period of revolution of our sun,
    with all its train of planets, satellites and
    comets about the grand centre, to be eigh-
    t-e,, millions two hundred thousand years.
    .'The ascending node of the orbit is (1840)
    5t) 236, degrees, 58 minutes of longitude, and
    the su-nr will reach tOils point A, D. .155,500,
    or in about one hundred and fifty-two thou-
    sandii six h',i,,l,',:.l' :!;, sixty.years.
    A I~ these ih umlers} are given as first rough
    alpproxiiiiations. The author of this won-
    d~erful tliet-ry throws it befo re the world,
    nd: deecu's-s that he will yield it on condi-
    tion that\-.one:'.single sl~ar cani be found, by
    any astronomer, within 20 or 25 degrees of
    hIs great centre, !n which a well determined
    motion_ towards thle no~rth exists. Hi' theory
    ntidicrMs th-at the tpr01er: motion of all stars
    situated m~ust ,Ibe- towards the south.L Such
    is a brief outline of the wonderful facts
    announced by Dr. Meadler. T~he entire
    "paper, will be translated and published in
    (lhe Siderial Messenger.
    COMP.I.,MENT TO MVASSACHJSETTS.--The
    Iton. WV:'ddy Thompson, of South Caroli-
    u i,-1 ,i.' :'Minister tO Mvexico, io his recently
    (nthlislred Work, entitled Je-collections of
    MIexicoy pays the fo-llowing 'distinguished
    eomnptit~nl to :'M[assachtlselts : :
    '"M.exico was colonized just one hundred
    " years before 5iassa.'ehas.etts. Her first set-
    - tiers ;,:-,re tlie nobl'est: 'sirits of Spain in her


    A i.i.g,11,i n age, the epoch of Cervantes, Cor-
    re, Piztrr".- C'lurmbus, Gonzalvade Cor-
    ':dova, Cardinal Zimenea, and the great and
    poor Isabella.. ".MLassachusetts was settled by
    the poor Pilgrims of Plymouth, who carried
    wittl them notl-ing but their own hardy vir-
    rues and indomitable energy. Mexico, with,
    a rich soil adapted-to, the production of eve-
    ry thing which, gro(wsw out of the eartl, and
    possessing: every metal used by man-Mas-
    acli'isd'i-, with a sterile soil and ungenial
    ciimn e, and,.1no, siagg]'.e article. for exporta-
    tioim.'nitt.ice anid ro'ck-,ow have tiiese bles-
    smg's,.prol'usely given by Providence, been
    ,% improved on the one hand and obstacles
    over.:o ne on the other? What is now.,the
    respeil\,? c, lil,-i 0O4' the t'wo countries ?
    ,In p''rl'iif ci.live- ldii t i r'y, wlde,-s pread-d dilffus o n
    of' knI,)>Ie Ige. pmuljlic insti~tutiofis of'. eve-ry:
    ki,,.. 2e,n.-,al h.lppine.-. atad c,niiinurIv in-.
    crl'4.illn. pco)lperilN ; rn- letters, arts, ni,)rals,
    re Iie n o i, n,. every tlhin'g wlbicthi-rati~es a, peo-
    ()le.g"reat, the-re is not in tleh .worhtisacli a
    C,_ii n.,'i : .- i, ias M ,ss:nehl.,ctt.. T here
    she is !-I'6dotk at he ..:. M .,,xi.:,..r! '. '
    T-R-i-, .vmity.w-i dijrecqi q to0be p irticil irlV
    c IInn ,,ris ,-," tfreati,,g with- t4he-least appeart-
    anGTrj-,..,:let nihose who have lately -met'
    with. Ill]Sl'oi'i unes and are su.rik in life. Suc 4i.
    persons ax;e,.a:pt to ihink themselves'slihlited'-
    wlji .such, thing, is intended. Their
    irfiad.s,'. ihg alrs V sore, feel the least ruib"
    vey v v.. \ild who would: be so cruel
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    2 ltal 2ottcr .

    Frarillimi Circuit Court.
    John W. Babcock,)
    vs. > December Term, 18,16.
    Joseph B. Brown. j
    T-O JOSEPH B. BROWN, SIR:-
    You will please take notice that I have insti-
    tuted suit, returnable to the next December Term
    of Franklin Circuit Court, in the Western Circuit
    of the State of Florida to be holden at the Court
    House, in the city of Apalachicola, on the se-
    cond Monday in December next, upon a certain
    mortgage executed by you, dated the first day of
    July, one thousand eight hundred and forty, in
    and upon the followirig described real estate, ly-
    ing and being in said city of Apalachicola, to
    wit: Lot Number Two (2) in Block Number
    Sixteen, together with the Dwelling House there-
    on situated, all the premises thereto belonging ;
    which said mortgage was given to secure the
    payment of three Promissory Notes of the follow-
    ing style and description: one dated on the first
    da4y of July, 1S10, (or the sum of $ 135 2.25, pay-
    able to John W. Babcock, or his order, with in-
    terest, on the first day of May, 1811; one of like
    date and description, and for a like sum, payablel
    with interest, on the first day of October, 1I;l ; ,
    and lastly, one dated on the said first div 'vf Ju!,.,
    IS 10, for the sum of .135 25, payable to Jh i 1W.
    Babcock, or his order, with interest, on the first
    day of May, 18412; all of which sums make up
    the full sum of 81365 77, with interest at eight
    per centum per annum, until the said Notes are
    promised to be paid. And that I will make ap-
    plication to said Court at said Term, that you
    and all persons claiming, or to claim by, through,
    or under you, may be for ever foreclosed and
    barred of, and from you or their rights or equity
    of redemption in the said mortgaged property.
    JOHN W. BABCOCK.
    By his Atornev,
    WM. G. M. DAVIS.
    Apalachicola, August 11, 1846. 31-4m
    In Chaneery.
    FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT.
    Benjamin Eilison, Guardian of Mar-
    garet E!la, Elizabeth and David
    1). Churchill, infant children of
    David D. Churchill, deceased.


    In the Western Circuit, Florida.
    FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT.
    John W. Babcock, ]
    vs. /
    James A. Aborn, Admin- In Chancery.
    istrator of Latham Bab-|
    cock, deceased, et. als. J
    IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, by
    Affidavit filed that Hilliard Babcock, and
    Georae Babcock, defendants in the above Bill,
    reside beyond the limits of the State of Florida,
    to wit: in the State of Rhode Island-and that
    Lewis Curtis and Joseph Delafield, Trustees of
    the Apalachicola Land Company, also, defen-
    dants to said Bill, reside beyond the limits of
    the State of Florida, to wit : in the State of New
    York. It is ordered that publication be made
    once a week for the space of fourt months in the
    Commercial Adverliser, a newspaper published
    in this Circuit, requiring said defendants to ap
    pear and answer the Cotmnlainant's Bill, other-
    wise the same will be taken pro-confesso against
    them.
    WM. G. M. DAVIS,
    (Te.;te.) Solicitor for Complainrnt.
    WILLIAM VALLEAU, Clerk.
    Apalachicola, Aug. 18, 1816. 32-4m.
    Jackson Circuit Court.
    SPRING TERM, 1846.
    The Farmers' Bank of Virginia, "
    Compl't.
    vs. In Chancery.
    Thomas M. White, Adni'r, &c. j
    et. al. Defendants. J
    IT appearing to the Court by affidavit, that
    Robert W. Williams, one of the defendants,
    resides beyond the limits of the State of Florida,
    to wit, in the State of Virginia. It is therefore
    ordered that said defendant appear and answer the
    said complainant's bill of complaint, within four
    months from the date of tne first publication of
    this order, otherwise the said complainant's bill
    of complaint shall be taken as against the said
    Robert W. Williams as and for confessed, accor-
    ding to the form of the Statute in such case made
    and provided. It is further ordered, That a copy
    of this order be published in some newspaper
    printed and published once a week for four months.
    Dated this eight day of May, A. D. 1846.
    THO. DOUGLAS, Judge.
    A true extract from the minutes of the Court.
    NATHAN S. WATSON, Clerk.
    C. 11. DUPONT, Counsel and
    Solicitor for Compl't.
    May 8, 18-16. may30 22-4m


    Administrator's Notice.
    FRANKLIN COUNTY-FLORODA.
    A L persons indebted to the estate of Samuel
    / mpson, deceased, late of this county,
    may expect legal steps taken to obtain payment.
    And all persons having demands against said es-
    tate will present them without delay. For that
    all debt and demands of whatever nature against
    said estate which shall not be exhibited within
    two years, shall forever afterward be barred.
    THOS. ORMAN, Adm'r de bonis non,
    Of the estate of Samuel Simpson, dec'd.
    Apalachicola, July 28, 1846. 29-2m


    Administrator's Notice.
    SIX months after the publication of this notice,
    I shall apply" to the Court of Probates of
    Franklin County, Florida, for letter of dismis-
    sion from the estate of David C. Kolb, deceased,
    as Administrator, and all persons interested in
    said. estate are hereby notified to file exceptions,
    if any they have, in the manner and form re-
    quired by law.
    JOHN GILL SHORTER, Adrn'r.
    August 11, 18.16, 31-6m


    N OTICE,-Six monlha after public* ion of
    this3 notice, application will be made to the
    Hon. Jud-e of Probates for Jackson county, for
    a final settlement of the administration of the
    estate of William Brvan, deceased, late of said
    county. ELIJAH BRYAN,
    June 30, 18-16. 25-6m Administrator.
    NOTICE-Six months after date, I will apply
    to (ihe lon. Probate Court of Franklin
    county, for a final discharge from the administra-
    tion of the estate of Amory Rogers, deceased.
    B. T. CARO, Adm'r.
    BENJ. ELLISON, Agent.
    Apalachicola, April 4, 1846. 14-6m


    NOTICE-After six month's publication of
    this notice, I shall apply to the Judge of
    Probate, for Franklin county, to be discharged,
    from the administration of the estate of Oliver
    C. Raymond, late of said county, deceased.
    BEN. F. NOURSE,
    March 28, 1846. Adm'r. de bonis non.


    SCross Bill.


    VS.


    Alphonse Loubat, and lhe Southern
    Life Insurance and Trust Com-
    pany.
    T" appearing to the satisfaction of the Court,
    From affidavit made and Iled, that the Southern
    Life Insurance and Trust Company, one of the
    defendants to the above bill, is located in the
    Territory of Florida, to wit, in Leon Contny, and
    that there is not any officer or director of said
    Institution within this Judicial District, or where
    service can be made. It is therefore ordered,
    that the said Southern Life Insurance and Trust
    Company answer the said bill of complaint or
    the same will be taken pro confesso against it,
    and that this order be published in some news-
    paper published in the city of Apalachicola,
    once a week for four months.
    THOMAS DOUGLASS,
    (Teste.) Judge.


    E. B. WHITMARSH.
    8-6m


    Feb 21.1816.


    Franklin Circuit Court.
    IN CHANCERY.
    Mary Ann Rouen,)
    vs. > Bill for Divorce.
    John Rouen. )
    IT appearing from the affidavit of the Solicitor
    of the complainant, that the defendant, John
    Rouen, resides beyond the limits of the State of
    Florida. It is ordered that publication be made
    in the Commercial Advertiser oneeaweek for the
    space of four months, of the institution of this
    suit, requiring him to appear and answer to the
    said billon or before the first day of October next,
    or the same will be taken as confessed against
    him, and such further order made in the premises
    as to the Court may seem proper.
    (A Copy-Teste.)
    WM. VALLEAU, Clerk.
    May 16, 1816. 20-4m
    AT CHAMBERS, MARCH 28, 18,16.
    Circuit Court Franklin County.
    Hezekiah Nash, }
    vs. Petition to foreclose mort-
    Sidney R. Ford and gage.
    Elizabeth A. Ford.
    W" HEREAS, a petition has been this day filed
    in the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court of
    Franklin County, to foreclose mortgage of certain
    household furniture, made and executed in Deca-
    tur county, Georgia, on the 28th day of August,
    181.1; and it appearing to the satisfaction of the
    Court, by the affidavit of the petitioner, that the
    defendants Sidney R. Ford and Elizabeth A. Ford
    reside beyond the limits of the Slate of Florida :
    It is ordered that said defendants do appear and
    file their objections, if they have any, within 15
    days before the first day of the ensuing fall term
    of this Court, otherwise said petition shall be
    taken pro cont'esso; provided that due publica-
    tion of this order be made in the Commercial
    Advertiser of Apalachicola, once a week for two
    months, successively. (A Copy-Teste.)
    WM. VALLEAU, Clerk.
    April 1S, 1816. 16-2m


    WILLIAIM VALLEAL, Clerk.
    Apalachicola, Auwust 18, 18-16.


    32.4m


    Ill Chancery.
    FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT.
    Henry G. Guyon, Bill for Injunction executon
    vs. of Trust and Relief.
    James C. Boote.
    T appearing to tile satisfaction of the Court,
    by affidavit filed in this cause, that James C.
    Boote, one of the defendants, resides beyond the
    limits of the State of Florida, but within the
    United States, to wit, in the State of Louisiana.
    It is ordered, that publication be made once a
    week for four months in the Commercial Adver-
    tiser, a newspaper published in the city of Apa-
    lachicola, requiring the said James C. Biote to
    appear and answer the said bill of complaint or
    the same will be taken pro confesso against him.
    THOMAS DOUGLASS,
    (Tete.) Judge.


    Notice.
    BV virtue of a decree rendered at the Sprinz
    l'erm, 1846, ol Franklin Circuit Court, in
    the .',se of John Pavne vs. Benjamin Ellison.
    Administrator, &c. of David D. Churchill, and
    Guardian, ad tl tum, of the intent heirs of !aid
    Churchill, will be sold on the first Monday in
    November next, at public auction, in front of (he
    Exchange, in the city of Apalachicola, the lnl-
    lowing real property,.to wit: three eighths (3-8)
    part of Lot Nos. six and thirteen (6 and 13) in
    Block B, front range, in the plot of said city,
    with the buildings thereon ; also, all the right,
    title and interest of the late David D. Churchill
    in and to three sixteenths (3-16) of the wharl
    in front of said city of Apalachicola, generally
    known as Long Wharf," together with all the
    improvements appendant or appurtenants thereto
    Terms cash.
    CARAWAY SMITH,
    Master in Chancery.
    Apalachicola, Sept. 15, 1846. 36-l1n
    State Tax Collector's Sale.
    B"Y virtue of the power vested in me by law,
    I shall expose for sale, before the Court
    House door in the county of Calhoun, on the first
    Monday in November next, the following pro-
    perty, or so much thereof as will pay the State
    tax due on the same for the year 1845:-The S
    ,W I section 33, township 3, range 1, joining the
    town of Iola on the west, and the Apalachicola
    River on the east, purporting to belong to H. V.
    Snell. Alo, W 1, S E J section 14, township 1,
    range 8, N and W; N E I section 23, township 1,
    range 8, N and W; fractional section 21, ditto
    36, ditto 35, purporting to belong to Thomas M.
    Bush, joining the lands of Mrs. Thomas and the
    Apalachicola River. Also, 40 acres land purport-
    ing to belong to James Hudson, joining James
    Nail's land and the Armona, No. not known.
    Also, 86 acres land, purporting to belong to P. Mc-
    Cormick, joining Sarah Nall's and the Armona,
    No. not known. Also, the land, purporting to
    belong to (he Apalachicola Land Company, lying
    in the county of Calhoun, bounded east by'Ihe
    Apalachicola River, and west by Old River,
    known as Bird's Island, and part of Forbes' Pur-
    chase. ISAAC JACKSON, Sheriff
    and ex-officio Tax Collector, Calhoun Co.
    May 30, 1846. 23-6m


    32-4m


    In the Westera Circuit of Flori" a
    FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT.
    Raphael J. Moses, Administrator, &c.
    of John Lock, deceased, I
    VS.
    James A. Aborn, Administrator, &c. /
    of Latham Babcock, deceased. j
    1T appearing to the satisfaction of the Court,
    that one of' the defendants in the above suit,
    to wit, Hiltiard Babcock, resides beyond the lim-
    its of the State of Florida, in parts unknown to
    the complainant. It is ordered, that said defend-
    ant do appear and ans.-"er to said bill of com-
    plaint by the first Monday in December, 1S46,
    otherwise the same will be taken pro confesso,
    provided, that publication of this order be made
    in some piiblic paper printed in this Circuit once
    a week for four months.
    THOMAS DOUGLASS,
    (Teste.) Jud-c.
    WILLIA3M VALLEAU, Cleri.
    Apalachicola, August 18, 1846. 32-4m
    John W. Babcock, ? Assumpsitsur. Atta,-hmient.
    vs. Sum sworn to $319 25. Da-
    Wm. H. Kelton, mages ,$2000 00.
    THE defendant and all others interested, are
    hereby notified of the institution of the
    above suit, commenced by attachment, issued
    out of the County Court of Franklin County, in
    the late Territory, now State.of Florida, return-
    able to the May Term 1814-and that said suit
    has been by operation of law transferred to the
    Circuit Court of said County, in the Western Cir-
    cuit, and that a declaration hath been filed in
    said cause and they are hereby, required to appear
    and plead to the sarn; o.) i ,r' beforee the December
    Term next, ol s_,id Cire .;. court, or judgement
    by default will be given against them
    WM. G. M. DAVIS,
    Attorney for Plaintiff.
    Aapalaclhicola, Auay. 18, 1846. 32-3m
    -In the Circuit Court of the Wes-
    tern Circuit.
    STATE OF FLORIDA, JACKSON COUNTY.
    Benjamin Wynns and Caroline'
    W. \Vynns his wife, late Caro-
    line Watson, Administrators
    of James Watson, deceased,
    Complainants.
    Vs.
    Walter Robinson and Alien 11.
    Bush, Executors of Jacob Ro-
    binson, deceased; Richard 11 In G
    Long; Samuel Stephens She- / In Ghnery.
    riffoof Jackson Gounty and as
    such, Ex-Officio Administrator
    of Jacob A. Blackwell, de-
    ceased and Wilie P. Clark, 2
    deceased; Alien H. Bush, in
    his own right ; William. Nick-
    els, Jonathan Davis and Jesse
    Coe, Defendants.
    T appearing to the satisfaction of the Judge,
    by the Affidavit of the Complainant, Benja-
    mirn Wynns, filed herein that one of the said de-
    defendants, to wit: Jonathan Davisis a non-resi-
    dent of the State of F lorida, but 'resides in the
    State of Georgia.
    : It is ordered, that the said Defendant, Jona-
    than Davis, do appear and answer said Com-
    plainant's Bill, within three months, or the same
    shalh be taken as confessed as to him : Provided,
    that due publication be made of this Order in
    some newspaper printed in this Circuit, once a
    week for three months successively.
    THOSE, DOUGLAS, Judge.
    STEPHENS &'BAKER,
    Complainant's Solicitors.
    NATHAN S. WATSON, Clerk,
    By S. BRYAN, Deputy Clerk.
    Marianna, Aug 5, 18'16. augl8 32-3m


    AT CHAMfIERS; MARCH 16, 1816.
    Franklin Circuit Court.
    IN H'- A NICRlDV


    I. i 1l.l t- A -IN, "I. ^1 .X .
    Alphonse Loubat,
    Vs.
    George W. Harrison and Maraga-
    ret Emma Harrison, his wife,
    David G. Raney and Harriet F.
    Raney, his wife; Joseph Hud-
    son, Alexander McAlpin and
    Ogden Haggerty, Assignees of Bill to fore-
    Laverty, Cutter & Co.; James close mort-
    Bogart and John N. Ifawthorn, gage on lots
    constituting the firm of Bogart Nos. 9 and
    & Hawthorn; David Maitland, t 12 in block
    David S. Kennedy, Henry La- El, in the
    verty, James S. Branden and city of Ap-
    Hamilton Murray, constituting alachicola.
    the firm of Branden & Murray ;
    Crumby and -- Dra-
    per, constituting the firm of
    Crumby & Draper; -- Wil-
    son and Gale, visible
    partners of the firm of Wilson,
    Gale & Co. and James Brown.
    T appearing to the satisfaction of the Court,
    that the above named defendants do not reside
    within the State of Florida, but within the
    United States; It is therefore ordered, that pub-
    lication be made in the Commercial Advertiser,
    once a week, for the space of four months, of the
    institution of said suit, requiring them- to appear
    and answer to the said bill of foreclosure on or
    before the expiration of that time, or said bill
    will be taken as confessed against them and such
    further order given in the premises as to the
    Court. may seem meet.
    (A Copy-Testc.)
    WILLIAM VALLEAU, Clerk.
    March 20, 1846-12-4m


    Blank Books and Stationery.
    L EDGERS, Journals, Day Books, &c.:
    50 reams Foolscap and Letter(Paipcr,
    Cott6n Memorandum Books; : .
    Ship and River Bills Ladinig;
    Boooks for.Letter Press.
    Blank Bills -of Exchan'ge~anr Ch cks, I
    JUAt.iceived.and for sale-sa -=r-----
    Ma~rcll 'H F. ABELL. '


    Q


    State Tax Collector's Sale.
    FIRST MONDAY IN DECEMBER, 1846.
    BY virtue of the power vested in me by4aw, F-
    shall expose for sale before the Court House
    door, in the town of Marianna, Jackson county,
    Florida, on the first Monday in December next,
    the following property, or go much thereof as will
    pay the State and County Taxes due thereon for
    the year 1845 :
    320 acres 2d rate land-Nos. not known-pur-
    porting to belong to Coonell & Mills.
    80 acres of 3d rate land belonging to John
    Davis.
    120 acres of 3d rate land belonging to the estate
    of Levin Brown, and adjoining the 16th section
    at Brown's Ferry.
    320 acres of2d rate land belonging to the estate
    of William Banks.
    327 acres of 1st rate land belonging to David
    Gertman.
    320 acres of 2d rate land belonging to Mal-
    chomb Gi'christ. ..
    1.60 acres of 2nd rate land belonging to Henry
    Hannan. ..
    80 acres of 2d rate land belonging to James
    M ontfort. ; : -
    80 acres of 2d rate land belonging to Washingr
    ton Mayo. .
    160 acres of'2d rate land belonging to Henry
    &-Dudly Peoples. ,
    40 acres of 3d rate laijd, belonging to Wiley
    Stewart, : : "
    80 acres of 3d r-ate fla;nd belonging to G. G.
    Windham.
    160 acres of 1st rate Jlandl.'belofging to John
    H. Wilson,
    SAMUEL STEVENS, Sheriff apd-: *
    ex-officio Tax Collector Jackson County,
    Pec JO .T.'T 'iy -k, Deputy.
    Marianna, June L 1,/49.43 24-t8


    P-AINTS AND OILS-50 kegs No. 1 Whit
    Lead; 200 galls Winter Lamp Oif; 30d garts'
    Linseed Oil; 50 bxs assorted Glass; 500 Ibs Pu1-
    !y; 100 assorted Paint Brushes;, BlaqI L'eid,
    Spanish Brown, Yellow Oehre,-Green Piifity-ist
    received and For sale by .
    March 1 H. ,F. ABELL. >-


    Jackson Circuit Counrt.,
    Hugh Spear% ".
    0 pPetition for Foreclosure of
    Robert W."Hals ed. Mortgage..
    T HE defendant will take notice that at the
    _1 Fall Term, 1.846, of the Circuit Court,. for
    Jackson County, I will apply to the said Court
    for a judgment of foreclosure, of a certain mort-
    gage executed by him to the plaintiff, on the 1st
    of January 1845,-on two slaves named Allen and
    Beny. A. H. BUSH,,
    Attorney for Petitioner,
    Marianna, July 13,'1846. 28-4m.


    Coa ltress Spring Water
    JU' received per schr. LeRoy, and for sale by
    J Ma'rc ) 21 J. C. ALLEN.

    Nowill's Honey of Liverwort,
    F.R, Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Spitting of
    _' Blood, and all-the affections of the: Lungs
    leading to Consumption, warranted to be compos-
    ed of v'..g,:tabl.i substances only, for saly by
    " aug1I J. C. ALLEN.


    Clover Seed.
    A FEW pounds of large Red Northern Clovor
    Seed, for sale by. I-
    April 4 H. F. ABEL.


    AMARINDS(:Martihique,) ,fO6 sale by
    [septS)] ;, H. F. ABELL.


    Re gal Notices.


    Drugs and Meediei c ,
    i THE subscriber has, and. will
    constantly have, on hand, a compdele
    assortment of DRUGS and MEDI.
    CINES, which be will warrant ptwe
    and of the best quality. Country
    Merchants and Planters will find it
    to their advantage to call, examine and price his
    .Goods, before purchasing elsewhere.
    N. B.' Physician's prescription put up with
    care and accuracy at any hour of thedai or night.
    J. C. ALLEN, ,
    March 21 Cor. Centre and Commercest4.


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    General Note: "Libertas, Constituto, Et Nostra Patria."
    General Note: Editors: H.H. Meals, W.W.B. Crawford, <1845>.
    General Note: Publishers: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge, 1843; Dominge & Bosworth, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge & Co., 1843; Dominge, Bosworth & Wyman, 1844; R.A. Dominge & J.L. Wyman, 1844-1845; J.F. Bosworth & J.L. Wyman, <1845>; Wyman & Wilson, <1850>; J.L. Wyman, <1853-1856>.
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    VOLUME IV.] APALACHICOLA, SATUDRAY, OCTOBER 31, 1846 : :

    .. JA._ [NUMBER 42
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    ; !JroitFJ1J lOTtii( WotCccs.I I! tJortr I spring' must still he oppressed and persecu1- IHE r" J
    KOTHSCillLUS
    ----- --- -- trd. AND fl'hf..HS O.V
    : : But may i it! please your worships} ,

    ? \V I. SYDNEY GREEN M. D Tilt: :SMILE OF HER I LOVE. permit me lo'inquire once more for what The two 'CHANGE.

    DY FRED. rosnKSTF.il. these men arc about to be tried 1 This great days 'Chnrtgr are Toes-
    ", C0 May be found at his residence, corner ol Oh dent" is the morn when the bending thorn says for preaching the paper day and Friday nod then the full force of
    of
    Gospel the Son
    : Centre and High streets, opposite the Mansion ihe
    Fa. Shakes oil' the dew mercantile interest
    peuily ; of God to Adam's are in attendance, ai
    l fallen
    lIou p. Nov 9. Wher the waters: shout ill d race !l' And in tilt
    as !? iy peeps out, operations which the
    ; l !! And J cleamsfiom lnc, hon: of blue ; tones thunder, he exclaimed, !What: law exchanges regulate foreign
    ; Dr. A. W. Chapman, Where the: tear-dropslrpt! Hut the night had wept, havf they violated?' while the third time faa are on these occasions concluded.
    On these
    ; : !\ CC/-( Office over the Drugstore of B. S. Hawley, Wlieu the! ,..1.11'- ii,:,hed bright above. ; slow, dignified manner he lifted his days the Messrs. Rothcliilds :arrive
    :
    :::
    eyes
    : (entrance on Chestnut street) Residence at the But dfair'"T far than Aurtiru'a; car to heaven, and waved the indictment round on 'change about 1ta1P past three or a quar

    J ; : : : .-... FA. house! lately occupied by Dr. Baltzell. h-Hie subs! cl her I lo\e. his head. The court and) audience were ter to four o'clock, and lake contracts for

    I !I + 1 { J-rrurv 10, IS 10. 2-tf Oh dear is the night when f ihe morn strepmsbrisi i i "':\\ wrought: up to ihe most intense pilchof bills on foreign places from or with other
    : I ---- OVr the heel en's derp; vv.iveiessea; ; ; exc'unicn The face of the i exchange brokers, the bills being given in
    !! : : ; CHANT II. E. Owens, When the fctars looked dos II fixm) the blue: icy; tt'OtneY' Prosecuting: payment for goods shipped to all of
    and quarters
    was pallid |
    .!\ ': : 1 : I I' ATTORNEY AT LAW crown. j ghastly, and heap-1 the] continent. These bills are
    + In the of w' :II l ",1 t U !nCt7r'rr()tr9111at hi? who I If! frame purchasedor
    1! majesty was
    '! : < < CL.t1ITON,133lb ,' Alabama. pomp ; sold, RS the
    I : ; 1' 1 tr County, While the wiiid-htrpbreathes 'and the:: dewy }leaves j I Hrrijfc'I:: ; VVIMmn: ; while! llie Judge inn requirements of rile operator
    I 1 : : : Fa. \pril29, IS)1C. 2-tf A lay lor the olbs above ; s,. (Ht'wUluilS'CP, put au end lo the scene, render neereary; and hence a fall or rue in
    But dearer far than the moon or star! the exchanges on the rations! points the
    A. G. Resumes 1<;-the smile of tier I love. now becoming exces-ively! I painful. by the ns
    ) 1 i ; N T S, scarcity or abundance of
    paper
    :)flllJoritaliH tied:!!':- ion, Sheriff may happen
    t : ATTORNEY: AT LAW.JCJ SONNET. I those oleo* discharge to preponderate. When} a scarcity exist?,

    ; 1 :-, Fa. { Office, J\o. 2 Capt. FUmmon's Building, I, and few takers are te he found the rates of
    BY f4E0. TE fcHELDEN.
    : ror. of Centre & Commerce streets.nov5 ': [From the exchange fall when there i is
    New Orleans ;
    : Fla. Lady 1 had dream in early\ youth I Delia.] an abundance,
    :; I ..crr IN ,_ Apalarhirnh, A dicani cf love. A wild and merry boy : GEXUtAL KKAKXEY'S: ADDRESS TO THE the competition of purchase causes an atl-

    1 I I I: :. J. Law, I loved to roam and taste of every j joy I SANTA FEIANS.j : vnncc. '

    ; : Around my father's cot-in very truth j The following has been furnished) to The Rothschilds are the .
    Fin. ATTORNEY AT LAW Ol.e lIany: duy while rambling 'rnong the flowers, us greatest opcirt 1 !
    : 1
    t | as tile address of Gen. tars in foreign hill, their
    I I l down and ollivious Kearney to the people connexions on the
    Biinbridge: (Decatur Co.) Ga. I lay me sleep's powers
    (;; : Come ()'r inv, and 1 dre.tiued. A \being fair of Santa Fe, on taking possession, in I continent absorbing, we should say,by far the
    ;(: : : l R D I N Q jj-! Will attend |iunetnnllv Ihe Superior Courts As the bright ones cf Heaven stood by mellobed the name of the United Stairs: of that interesting I l largest amount of paper so offered. It 'baa:
    of the crftintirs of Kjrly Balr und Decatnieof: the : white while her dark hair
    m purest been
    : l : ; portion of New Mexico. Although I stated that their dealings in the
    : the South Western and of the of And soft foreign -
    :;:{ t county Thcrnasof blue eye, in bh.-siul harmony
    t the Southern 'irrnit. mayH J Combined so much of loveliness; and grace, we have received it "in advance of exchaneesr-r.cpednn amount of aC100,-
    ; Fla. Tint mv young happy l?'.ut t-aw H&iirs-t love our rontcnlpol'arics"yet we" will not vouch : 000 per week. Since the death' of the

    :HEF.yER. Joint Bilbo, I asked the fair one's mime-her dwelling pl..ct'- for its authenticity. Of its truthfulness fat Ihpr. the sons have* carried on the" business

    ? ATTORNEY AT LAW Yiriue," was" the reply, "my home is heaven they will however form their own opinion. with great success. They are three
    above!
    : I : N T S ALBANY, GA. Here therefore, it is :- in number and usually attend the "Change
    ,
    practice in the several Courts of the -----_::::: -- ----------- "
    :{ ; I ; : f : WILL IOIIOtr:-skins. greasers, or u-hativer you tocether; always two of them if not three,
    Western Circuit and Thomas and N I1ctra11t0Um.
    Fla. Stew'att counties call yourselves Mexicans you have ceased;, are at their accustomed place. The Baron

    --- to be from the moment I entered Santa Fe Rothschild ihe eldest, appeals to brj
    [ l AU;. :5, 1S-15. 31-tf PATRICK IlEXIl Y. nearly
    t \stA-. now hearken to my words. I have taken forty years of age ; the otht'r'O brothers
    I. i : Any thing connected with the 'forest possession of the whole of New Mexico.At I seems between thirty and ihiriy-eighf.
    State Tax Collector's Sale. born Demosthenes' will\ be rend with
    : peculiar half 12 o'clock : Once the
    past to-day the whole of having seen father, there is
    ) rICE is hereby given, (that six timniht alter pleasure by his countrymen. The following { no
    N your Department: had the honor to becomea mistaking the sons! ; tilt same peculiarity+ of
    date, will expose to sale at ,public outcry which we find in one of our exchanges -
    ; ; llosar. portion of the glorious!' Union which fights Hebrew visage find heaviness of physiognomy
    opposite the! Court IIonc door in tin curt < f
    !: he new to sonic of our readers :
    may under the the
    stars and stripes. You are same rotundity of the
    now
    Apalachicola, the following properly; to wit :- person-
    It that after
    Lots Nos. 0 and 12, block El, in the city of appears soon Henry's' noted citizens of the United States and must behave I same apparent aptitude for business-mark

    ; ) I ; )! .\ Apaliichicola! : propeilv! t belonging to Calhoun, : case of t Tobacco and Preserves as it was yourselves accordingly. You must ihe family heir) race, and dealing.'

    : : : Ba..-?. sometimes called, he heard of a case of oppression lay aside your wide trowscrs and sew up the It is understood that they are, in all respects

    ," Lot No. 1 block, in the city of Apalachicola, for conscience sake. The English seams and cut off the hell buttons, put tails able representatives of the firm

    } \la, Fla. propeitbelonging;! : to H. A. Nmris. rhurch' :: having been established by law in to your roundabouts cut nfl'your mll*la- manape. In their business habit: ? there they

    Lots Nos. G and 7, Mock C'2, jn the city (:.1 f fAlai.HIa' Virginia, became, as all such: establishments choir, doff slouched perhaps' be little
    ., your sombreros and may a more show of
    : ; : ; |:; < 1.1, pool| crty belonging .1.1[' b 1i.-r- are wont to do, exceedingly intolerant 10- dress np in decent American homespun proud imperiousness" was
    ,
    customary
    f : :i !: vev. I \virds other ects. In prosecution of thussyartn with good wool hats and clean honest : with their father and this
    : put on may arise from
    'I'l h. ".l.J for t.ivcs of IS.JJI) t IL"' rh.1r.rt -
    of conveision. thiee
    1 ; that hare'-cruedthrrroo t Baptist clergym yankee !faces. You must 1 stop drinkiut their consciousness of wcilih. The father

    i : : :I :t : + !! Wans, JOHN( LUCAS Shenfii?; had been indicted at FredencksburgforpiC'iching \ ; your wlll:1111OUS1)ililts and ;get drunk drunk I was in great part, the constructor of his own
    i ; h ;! ; JJarn + the Gospel! 01'the Son of God, will i fortune and
    therefore had
    a cI lex- -.do' ; tilt Tax Colli'rtnrp. Jon get on good Monongahela whiskey. not imbibed the'
    : 1 ; !:(' \ ..ho1 ir 1 1.;, 'v'j.t.; 22, 1810. 3i-tcu; contrary: to the statute. Henry I }hearing of I prejudice of persons born with overflooding

    ; i ; : : : '. -- this rode some forty or fifty miles to volunteer Now; 1. Brigadier; General S. W. Kearney riches ; which is precisely the reverse of iheiase
    j : >i. *. l'a Pftl 'i'S OL-::-< hi.. s; )lviCC4 ill defence of lit,'oppleat' 'd. Go\'prnor-A with the sons.Ve
    nm i is have
    :: !j your I mijo nowhere.If heard this
    i : : ; : N E W FALL S'1'VLES (lie emceed the court, being unknown in all I i catch him 1 shall hang him and ail : stated of them in some quarters, but there

    I 1 At tin- extisiv: E.otalh.: l; : r .1 r1 t piesent save ihe bench and the bar while who follow him as traitors to the United! i may be no solid foundation for the assertion,
    ; : XG
    ;J ; px I n ;
    i the clerk was rescuing the indictment. I He)
    I : LEIS tV IS SC K AV S T E SI Stales. And I warn you against; giving anclenvy may have raised the rumor for the
    ; ; sat within the bar until the reading seas fiuUhed. -
    him any aid or countenance. J gratification of a certain pique.
    ; "' t, 44 t E.'' \.l:: 'iRF.KT! ; r\. YlRKVlitn : and the King's Attorney had concluded
    ;;; :
    t "
    You The
    J wealth of the house
    are a of is
    greasy slippery set Itwould
    ; ;' !\. \ -. 'h all!I t t5ic, NEITLEv \', scamps ; very great.
    lIe rtr: +r.t'd : < some remarks in support of the prosecution but I '
    I am wide awake, and if of indeed be indiscreet to
    -- ;; : ti! PR ;; rED!: t':\LIeo wl.u-t!: i-tnvbeen when he rose( reached out his hand l you try any venture an
    i 1 stealing estimate. The loans that the
    sneaking
    your double
    : : '' ? : -.llcr rnec: I produced in t!. scr'utltr' > I'r Imp"I'Ic'r! rtlic!, for the and without swindling partners are
    ''' ', C.t p.iper.: more Ceremony, dealing on me, or any of my taco, I will I concerned in, the dividends they a* the
    I
    : I "I l ,' .d .1111'/11.0. .lid are o'i'-ifM' c ; ;i-ir lclor ': pa}
    proceeded with the following speech : lick you into flinders and extent of interest they have in almost
    i ; ; '"'('-' t. t"l' APPROVED CREDIT pitch your con !' every
    I 1 i 'rt"ld 1., '.Ii i i Prices Greatly Rc(liiccVitIiin {) '.'1 ay il i i please\ your worships ; I think I temptible town into the Rio Grande. money operation on fool on the Continent

    ( : <1 ; t f. : ,.s \ the 1SI ftw ia\s. heard) read h}' the prosecutor, as I ent ere-I Now go about l your business and walk are a few of the items illnstrativrof; their;

    : t :: I ::1} "' '.,'..1 ,Ilt \f- Purchasers are titl Jraalc; 'd I lite prices-and this house, the paper I now hold in my hand a chalk line. Bui stop. Give three cheersto immense resources. Their father made

    : all"\'aI'f': made lor a ;Hen period.fjr If I have rightly I understood, the King's Attorney the United States. (The cheers were considerable portion of his wealth by hia

    : : ; : '.Tn :0\. \ C.ital'yussrenewed" ;: :, ] and corrected daily! ) of the colony has framed an indictment given; with vigor.) And now show your decency speculation in the public securities; but his

    I : : : -rl'uljI1I'; ;g the i rices-aie placed' } in the hat.d for the purpose of arraigning and pun- and salute Governor. sons, it is said do not
    transact tithe
    your BrigadierGeneral a of the
    Ft l: ( : : I'Iterin. d l lI f buyi., and' sent with tjoi-ds ordered.
    } ishina by imprisonment three inoffensive "
    pet S. \V. Kearney.The slme description of business.
    ; f.nn.bei, They almost
    I I I o
    i
    ; New Y rk
    Aucn-t t. 1510.
    t+ sons at the bar of this court, for a crime of
    : : 'r\'irt's t salute was given with great enthusi wholly confine themselves to tile mote legitimate i-

    I81.: : ; : i ud to all 1 11(1 .-hl(' Timber TLu1cI. great magnitude, -as disturbers of the peace. m.Ve cordially join in it-Hurra for opera'ion of foreign barkers, and,

    ; l : '; T HE subscriber will co-itrjct, for; .1UUOO( ) ruble May it please the court, what did 1 hearI' Governor Brigadier General S. W. Kearney perhaps. are the safer in the long inn for it.
    i : : : ( GR.1nY. feet long leaf, fine :zr.tm Ge'Tfii.i Y.-II.\\ (>: ; ? Did I hear it distinctly, or was i ia it against the whole world Mr. Rothschild him>elf. notwithstanding:

    ; Pine Timber, hewn square 12 inches ami upward, mistake of my own' ? Did 1 f hear an ex the" extreme success of his dealing in this ,

    ; i clear of sap the larger and longer the better- pression as if :a crime, that these men whomyour Tin ELOQUENCE OF JUVESILITF.: AFouith respect, was once or twice within of
    an
    : bi-eii ai'- none less than t20 feet long-to be delivi'red at'I.. ace
    { : worships about to for misdemeanor
    arc
    f >l : I" the (''ounly" Apalachicola by or I before 1st t May next-cash I' : try of July orator, we are told, thusholds seeing his fortune shattered by them.
    ? with what ? nnd
    :
    are charged -
    continuing However
    bad
    ;&: : ; hirviccs on delivery. Persons: wi,hin<;; to contract for the+ forth in relation to the destination of appearances might occasion
    i ; .ill!end] t to whole or a part can dust, by applying by mall or in a l low, solemn heavy lone( ally be, and however much be feared the
    the
    ] ; otherwi to J. F. POTTS, Esq, at Apalachicola. t preaching, the Gospel of the Son ol God !' volunteers to Mexico : result of his ventures in consequence a

    :: ; LUCAS. DAVID GODD.\nD. Pausing; amidst+ the most profound silence As the Empress Catharine the most enterprising change in circumstances always luckily rescued *

    ; August 11 1810. 31-tf and breathless astonishment, he slow I y Princess of all! tin Czars and Czarinas him at the moment when there seemed

    : 1 J- The Albany (Ga.) Patriot and Cuiriir i wais\'rllhe paper: three limes around his from Peter the Great down to Nicholas to be other than the dismal of
    : ( ; .{ : !!! 1 (' and sea' : > will uivethe; above four insertions and send ac- head, tin n raising his hands and eyes to that ever held the sceptic of Russia, ht'aloss before bise\es. His prospect sons a
    i i:1
    : appear
    : : tlllrr count* t this oflice1'itiladcilhia.
    > heaven, uiiha peculiar and impressive energy erected a pillar on the boundary bf'lween.. less inclined to follow his example ; mid

    1 :; Seed Store, he exclaimed. Great God!' The exclamation her dominions, and Turkey, and l inscribedon I though they are now turnitii!: their attention

    : : OF MURK THAN FORTY YEARS STAxnl\G.T : -the burst of feeling from the audience its front these significant;; words" This lo foreign railway shares, it is i more, uei'

    liE subscriber. continues to keep constant!}' were overpowering. Mr. Henry is the way to Constantinople." So will the should think from the attraction of "ibeir

    (I : : :I: r <>n haul, resumed : volunteer hl-izou on his banner'This i is Repeal and perhaps throw it back; for half.

    1 CLOVER, TIMOTHY, May it please your worships : In a day-: the way In the Halls of the Montezumas. a century. But at the same time. 1 will say, '

    I : t ) ORCHARD, IIIRD, like this when ruth( is about to burst her As he stands gazing on the Orange groves that if the whole of the people of Ireland arc

    ; : ); !I I 'Irs. AND OTIirU fellers-when mankind are about to bc and bright valleys of the J sunny South, and unanimous in their demand for be repeal of

    GRASS SEEDS; aroused lo claim their natural and inalienable feels the breeze, freighted with the odors of the Union, and if England, in reply to that
    : :
    : Together finest with fresh a full l ar.d complete assortment of rights-when I ihe yoke of oppression that pomegranates and citrons, and figs: blowing demand should proceed to extremities, and

    : qualify GARDEN SEEDS. has reached the wilderness of America, and on his face and lifting his weather beaten endeavor by force: to put down the expression

    : I : Raised from selected plants of best varieties. the unnatural. allhncc, of ecclesiastical and locks he will take one "last, long:: lingering : of public opinion-I say in that case

    ) Also, prime quality fresh LUCERNE SEED), civil power are about to he dissevered ai look towards the home of his childhood resistance would not only be lawful but ne

    ) : a superior article. such a period!, when liberty-liberty of con and then exclaim in the l language< of cessary. I told Mr. Macauley, when bc

    ::: : JOSEPH P. II. COATES, t'ncr-is iibout lo wake from herslumberings. hat( hymn which was taught him in infancy talked to me of resorting to arms to put

    : : : ;, No. 49 Market street, Philadelphia. and\ inquire into the reason' of such ai his pious mother's knee : down the expression of public opinion in
    :-'aii--s:' :Sej.'emberS: ) IS.10. 35BtTV'GLGER'S : charges I find exhibited here i in I '.
    I+ : I as to day On Bravos stormy banks I stand, Ireland-I said I could tell him that the
    ----- ibis indictment:] !' Another fearful And cast, a wii-hfiil Ireland
    :: : OIo aonian, or All Healing Balsam) pats! eye people of had arms! too. (Treinen* .
    R JL; while the speaker rant his share! 1 picrcms To wonder fair and J happy land. dous cheering and cries of and
    : : ;;; . : : \ and all diseases ol the throat a end eyes alternately on (tinc' and flu prisoners !I could use them ') 1 said that if the Eng
    A":i jsi ri 5i: :;!) ; his actions: to his word, he
    .! :! :: :!, lungs tilr sale by and resultlf'd-1f I am not deceive; d.! !lush people were determined 10 listen to 110
    will bout' f"i lsarl bs
    ) ; on : sion--swim-
    '
    i t .Aprilll| H. F. ABELL. according to the contents of the paper, I reason, to no argument but to resort to the
    i now hold in !hand these ming riveis, .la.! hinc, tin! "igh, swamp*, scudding
    accused
    men
    11 my are use of the bayonet r for the purposeof crush,
    i OG. I'onures': Water !
    : Spring just
    ) )0 re- of the over ;i'1-.iir!; ;:, ':!Hr.ni!:: t1J1l11ountains,
    ; preaching I of the Son of ;
    God I
    r cc'ived per brig Alabama and J for sole 1 by Gospel ; I fium .. ing the people of ,ibis country. it was possible
    hose leaping cia.1; 'r : : :and
    Great j. never haltingnor
    God
    I I Sept -'Q? J. C. ALLEN. Another lone! pause, while he that the English' people would come off
    \ tings, insiiiig till hesta'n.U: the Halls of iI he
    t : again waved the indictment round his head I, | the worst in the struggle.. And l now,
    !I I OIL, boiled and raw, for sale} by and Montezumas, waving the star; LINSEED a deeper made the
    impression was on I, who bare been all life all-
    ,
    ia an
    I Muslins, ( ] I M i I'\ HELL over the natives: below him sends my
    r ; :; !i I auditory. Resuming:: his speech : May 'it cp vacate of peace-I who have nothing to gain
    received brig Morea, from N. York, please there shout victory so loud and shrill as almost
    : JUST per your worships are periods in but everything to lose by a sociallevulsioo
    kegs Nos. 1 and 2 Lead ; 100 gals. boiled the of when to awake from his sleep of centuries, old
    ; i I rtat care in history man corruption depravity or struggle' of the kind I Irate alluded to;
    \S; j : : :; 1 and Agents Linseed Oil ; .000 Ibs. Fully; 20 boxes S by 10 have so long debased the human JMonlczuma himself. because I cannot subscribe to that test, I
    ( and Glass 20 doz
    10 12 putts
    by
    Congress
    Spring
    : : 5 rates, and ; character thai sinks under the "
    man weight aw arraigned\ as a rebel chief. (Loud cheers! .
    CIT iu number of his
    ) favorable} Water ; 100 Ibs fresh Tamaru.s; Gum and Orget a recent paper:
    in of the
    oppressor's hand-becomes his servile and laughter.) And the who cot
    & Co. Syrups, for sale by gives the following examples of modern men are
    : street. May 10. t H. F. ABELL. abject slave ; he licks the hand tint 1 syntax : prepared( J 10 pronounce that Washington .
    :, _
    p ( :: smites him ; he bows in passive obedienceto A New Orleans editor recording the career : cnmmttied! a' sin against.. his God.by liberating .

    ; P-tints, Oils, &c., &c. the mandates of the despot ; and in this of a mad dog. : ,_t. We lire crievedto A'n('i m ;, ihesf" arc arraigned ris fellow
    I : be made received brig Alabama, from New state he receives says
    per servility his fellers of
    t of Flori JUST k : perpetual sty that the rabid ;animal,! before i i' could cocspiratot.N:; = oti mire -'

    1 >nd the se bondage. But may it please your be killed severely bit Dr. Hart and several
    80 kegs ground White Lead N(1. 1 ; :
    CURE TOOTIU
    worships, such a day has passed mvay.- FORTHK : tE.- -Take'a. ,1
    the Terri
    other
    .
    ; 50 do do do Extra dogs
    : From that piece of sheet zinc about the size
    when ourfathers of
    left four
    period their a
    ; <
    an act, en !
    ; ( 25: boxes Glass assorted sizes : For sale, an excellent young horse-
    , land of settlement in these Iaf: and a of silver
    Apalachi nativity American pence penny piece -
    '
    't 50 Verdigris ground in oil; would suit any timid lady or gentleman, say
    "An act ta 40 Paris Green do ; wilds-for liberiy-for civil and religious with a t011g'si('CeT tail." a quarter of a dollar place them,, together,...

    the 20 doz. assorted Paint Brushes ; liberty-for liberty of conscience to A N. York 'announcing the wrecking I and bold them between cJ contiguous; >> to .-

    1811 ; With every other article u ually employedthe in worship their Creator according to their of a vessel paper.near' the Narrows, :_ the defective tooth-in a few minutes the r r

    : the City painting business For sale by own conceptions of Heaven's reveledviJI; 'The T. B. Nathan says pain will be gone, as if by magic i ." Theziucand

    h, 1844 ; J. C. ALLEN Druggist from the moment they placed their feet on only passengers were silver artin! a* a galvanic; battery wUl,
    the
    a Mayor's who owned three-fourtlis of cargo and ;;
    ," approved Apalachicola, Sept 29Antonio the American continent and, in the deeply the Captain's wife." produce m (henerves ot the to<-tb luBideg_ ,\! :

    Uloura, imbedded forest, sought =an asylum from The editors of a Western paper observe : electricity to establish a current and consequently -.d

    ( .I !} 323m. LUNCH at all hours: and OYSTERS in every persecution and tyranny-from that moment The poem we publish in this week's Herald relieve the pain. ,
    1 HOT COFFEE.and CAKES, Families despotism was crushed-the fetters of darkness \vruten esteemed friend ,
    was by an -nowmany >
    supplied with OYSTERS and FISH, frrsh were broken and Heaven decreed that in the his The best way to get along with.vometrlato
    grar'for own amuse-
    liquor at and salt ; OYSTERS Pickled and by the barrel. man should he free worship God according ment."years keep themwell! loved, ;ill rite time. .:\Vb: <

    l I Apalachicola Sept 29! 1S46. 38-3t to the Bible. Were it not for this mf man can never he: .satisfied: 1.nl.p..;&.6Jte) ,i is. '.1 ..

    [. CREAM 'TARTAR for sale by vain were their sufferings and bloodshed to T 1is is our opening:: day" as the oyster: loved half tn death.. Keep :her.niontb'stopped .- :

    I ': ] eptS} i}. F. ABEL! subjugate this New World, if we, their off- sellers said on the 1st of September.1 with kisses, and she cannot ScoJ.! ,




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    S 'i- -!From----. -the-New Orleans- Picayune.] ==---- child-i- :one-man- -saved: i ii by; : U. S.: brig Perry. [From the Philadelphia North American.] how could they doubt the result ? Their IC COMMERCIAL U ADVERTISER. NEW STEAM: BOATS'"

    Tcrriflic Gale III The Gulf. Schooner Sarah Churchman rode out the"alft THE VEUDICT OF PENNSYLVANIA. ault has: been that they have insulted the We learn fro'm the Albany papers

    on the ahama Banks in company: with The voice Pennsylvania is, and shouldbe democratic l yeomanry of Pennsylvania by new Boat was lately launched tLa
    Wackof U. S. brig Perry-Loss of Revenue APALACH1COLA, SATURDAY, OCT. 31, 184& on the
    Cutter Morris Total Destruction of the ship Adeline, with fifty passengers onboard potential in the politics of the nation ; t the belief that wrong heaped upon wrong, River above Albany, and is

    Immense bound to New Orleans. Ship Eben for upon national issues she has seldom been contumely added to contumely, could not (jjTh following gentlemen- are authorized OQ ber1'his h
    West Lines Lvst- t city, to take in her
    -Fifty
    Key : Treble, of Boston, ashore on the N. 'V.Bank. wrong, and never inn minority. She has arouse her to resentment. Let them study Agents for the COMMERCIAL: ADVERTISER,and will machinery iv

    Destruction of Properly.The )1i h and dry, ana cannot be got off. ever marshalled the.country the way that it the record of their own trial and determine receive and receipt subscriptions, or advertisements boat is owned by Mr. Bolts, anj"is

    schooner Sarah Churchman. Capt. French ship La Reunion, Ardison, ashore was going. Her fidelity to the true interests whether they can again claim in Pennsylvania :- signed to run on the Flint River. ,

    Baymore, from Philadelphia via Key \Vcst, snved. Most of of the I as men whose trusts have
    reef recognition
    oirt'hc
    ; part-o'f cargo nation in every extremity drew MESSRS. MASO.X!' <& TirrrLE, William Street, I Another boat is nearly
    for Brazos Santiago::; arrived) at the N. F.. he vessels engaged; in wrecking lost, or from Mr. Clay, in 1815, the splendid culogium been fulfilled, whose faiths vindicated. New York. Flint which completed o
    is
    Pass Wednesday) morning. the 21st! and have sustained injury ; only one is now engel which first characterized! her as the \Vhcre (10 these statesmen now stand DAVID KRAVO, Esq., New Orleans. also intended to i Dati-.

    landed Com. Sloat and son from the Pacific,1 ga in the business. The Eliza: Catharine Keystone( of the Union-a title often since I In the estimation of those who purchased \'lIV; Cnr.EVEK, Et: =(J", Albany, Ha. that River, so that with these two ne1t

    and Lieut. Win. C. Pease, of the Revenue Vaccas in them they must be worthless for do Major JACK HARDMAX: :- Kufaula, Ala. I and the fine
    is ashore at Key a man'sgarden adopted by m those who calumniated patriot they ._: steamer Albany, CapY
    Service, bearer of despatches to Washing and one of t the brigs ashore is one from whom stole it. Such not bring'ihe consideration agreed upon.- I| last GIIJ,
    ; they a result ::=" 'file Rev. Mr. GAY Rector of'rninty FIN: (new season,) whicft) nofi"c
    (tl: Vf
    'ton. They came up to twon last: evening hundred yards above highwatcr mark. Fonr : in such a State cannot bc, without its h Before the country! their only claims! to reputation "

    on the towboat Jefferson. T6 Lieut. Pease or five vessels are in this vicinity, bottom up, : i influence beyond its borders. Congressvill;; and influence are founded upon m Church, has returned to the city, and :[ lying at onr wharf our friends fn"AAM o" !

    : 'vc arc indebted for the details of a terrible and! one up (the reef that we know of, vessel pause in its ruthless career of extravagance, t their I power at home. That: : is gone, and Divine Service was performed last. Sunday I J \'estertm Georgia, uill be weIl5UI'Iitd"r;:

    gale in the Gulf of a fury unexampled:$ and what is left Their name a hissing at home for
    coppered, and no doubt, all hands lost.- ambition and wrong ; or, should madness in m that chuich.. I transportation[ their crops Wf'h
    from which we must/not expect to hear all About vessels ashore the rule the can, scarcely demand reverence elsewhere I)
    twenty-one on hour, will incur a deeper rebuke.Thn ; It makes feel like being in I i they and our merchants; will
    one something drive
    the deplorable effects in iiitiny weeks.Ve reef all their iof value } ;awl ingi atitude and treachery arc but weak :
    ; cargoes no beingmaged administrafion; : whose coti is the I table; trade p
    will with) the gale as it was felrt a Christian land to hear the sound of the together
    begin da them and mentioned claims to trust, confidence or honor with
    : ; among not frenzy of the coward, and( upon whose nerves:
    :Key Writ. I before, is the bark Iris, Oimn ham, fromNcw every adverse influence vibrates with aguish any parry or any people.) ,! But there is a church going bell once more-albeit we !j I On paying a visit to our ('if'rlll, G{.l

    The gale commenced blowing from N. E. Orleans for New 1"orlAll the warc- potency, will hurry into the ot and 49! poli view of this question I that we appiorch' reluc- are not amnns; the most devout of mankind}, j j f I of the Albany, we w 're murl 1)leau"i,

    Hie morning; of the hilt inst. By 1 o'clock housesare either blown down or unroofed Unstable in it will seek to tantly. How is this result in relation to well as surprised f, with I 'I .II
    ; cy. every thing, y'f.f iV'iin! hi'bit-j; of early youth, we are sensibly j f r beaniiftrf
    The tide
    hurricane.
    \ blew a perfect rose the streets of Key West am full of lumber, conciliate and compromise. That day has themselves honorable men ? The issue this fine boat. In L'of .

    rapidly and the storm raged with incredible and) not six out of six hundred houses but ,,.!assed. was broad. It alleged that they were guiltyof led to wish to see the Supreme Being! ; wokinhp\: ; \III:

    -violence until near midnight when it abated. false of t their I worshiped in his 'feml'le-and beauty of design, if is mt J> .
    what are either unroofed or blown down.e .- The'higs have offered the country the. making a pledge: personal we regret urp lss d bi.,
    'On the l2tli! it blew a moderate :gale and! honor the Tariff question in order to the of the Western built CaLms
    Th current ran six miles an hour through broad issue rtf protection-nothing more nor upon ] I necessity which we know has existed for Jr\ isrit

    gradually subsided. Every dwelling house, the town of JeyVesr.. The light-huu es less ; and they will compromise upon nothing obtain; o'lTice. Such was the indictment. the absence of the clergymen of the two painted on the inside in imitation or

    save five or six, at Key West was destroyed at this place and Sand Key are washed away, that leaves a principle unassertcd or an tried by the Pennsylvania people. It was. churches established maple, and is fitted with roomya'nvenient cUr''
    here and the
    up
    : unroofed. The Custom House[ consequent -
    or was notm."If.lith( but honor
    statesmen
    and of as as ..
    not a vestige them to be sfen. interest unsustained. Let this be understood .
    blown down, the Marine Hospital unroofed, The brig Peconick, which cleared from now and\ forever. The friends of the men, (that was !plighted., The plighted promise cessation of all clerical functions. Staterooms.; \Ve \\'i ism! i a pros

    and it is supposed! Government property destroyed New York for Key West, and subsequentlyput Tariff, while they are willing to correct any was trampled upon. The nation exclaimed We trust that next summer may find the season to the Albany and all the rest or"
    the of
    8300.000.: "Fifty
    to amount
    into Charleston with loss of topmast. defects which may exist iu; the Tariff uf ',12, :against a treachery so unparalleled ; Reverend Clergy resident amongst us. River craft, not forgetting our ftiecd
    "wharves and the Salt Works TAl
    disappeared, has arrived here dismasted.It but the panics I : demanded( with confidence,
    was reported will surrender all rather than submit", to a;i VEGHTEN: and his crack boat
    the
    arc le tI&yCi. The U. S. Barracks were a l t trial their State that State !has f itj,
    that Portland by own : ,
    the Eliza
    a brig, was coming !sacrifice of the of
    : principle proleetioll.- '
    have
    -injured), but suffered less than other o:7.Ve:: ; been requested( to can the "
    any down, but it has turned out to be the Peco They expect nothing from I the present' administration 1 by a votevhich (tears all party( bonds: asunder STEAM BOAT OFF1CEflVe .
    'buildings. Many; families were turned out attention of the
    nick. Some cotton has drifted into the) ; nor from t those \vlu control it ;, convicted them. They aie condemned Contractor on the route \ learn from the Columbus

    houseless, but theU.. S. Quartermaster harbor, and some vessel, cotton loaded and
    tame promptly to their assistance. not yet heard from, must have been in the and condemned faction to buy them off, but will not, resign. They have not the: rude and unaccommodating! behavior of the Engineers engaged: iu_
    The loss of life is grea Many were powcrvnich they promised to the Presi- ing between Columbus: and this
    hurricane and suffered from its'violence. A they will meet it with the contempt which: driver who drives into til" br
    ,
    (drowned and killed by falling build- Chattahoochee, towards
    many : dent. have far honor and entered into
    schooner with a new lantern for Port uga 3 it deserves. They reputation; : an association for the

    ings. Key \Vest tight-huuse and dwelling light-house, is lost with her cargo-:all I rrlie 'causes which have sundered the adamantine truthfulness in no corner of our common the passengers. lation of wages: c.Ve have np.
    :a'tachcd ?rc entirely! gone. The spot where land. They worthless those who Some gentlemen! who from alto
    h hands saved. The white water now e.tendes \- bonds of Party in Pennsylvania, are to came on Macon informed

    they stood is covered by a white sand-beach. sixty or seventy miles to the southward must produce like results with her neighbor. have used them ; and their plain duty is to to Chattahoochee in the stage, desired by some of the Engineers fa
    Fourteen souls ,perished in these buildings.Sand vow to i he decision of they design applying for an
    of Tortugas. sisters ; and the revolution will be accelerated an outraged commu: the driver to set them down at the hotel at act to iotar*
    Key light-house is gone-totally The Government will lose by the loss of or ascertained by her example. Thus flit)'. But the spirit which induced the rate I hem as a society, with power

    disappeared with the buildings connected I I the brig Perry, revenue cutter Morris, two I IIJght does the courage of patriotism" spread its; wrong, will prompt a c1il1 adherence to the steamboat landing--this he refused to blish rules and regulations calculated l e
    with it. The occupants too have perished.) its reward. And it is better. do, but stopped) at a tavern the hill) t
    I -hous(', fortifications( Custom House, :achievements not only over the ground I perhaps Sucha I on a

    The Light shij> in the N. W. passageI and Hospital, not far from $200,000 which it occupies, but to I that: which, catching I course should be consistent in all its characteristics mile from the landing, and took out the sure a proper performance of the dalits

    dragged her moorings and wet t .to sea, but: Many vessels, doubtless, will get ashore I its inspiration, emulates its labors and I : ( to the last ; it will then be valuable horses from the stage and left the their calling, and with power to uunit:
    she'tlS recovered and returned her
    to from the fact of Sand Key lighthouse being triumphs. New York and Ohio will stand I if" for no other purpose to point the passen- and license persons found) qualified Ioact
    The -of underwriters to walk down the hill! and
    position. gers *
    ngent moral gel a conveyance
    of
    gone. Dead bodies are occasionally dug; shoulder to shoulder with Pennsylvania.Mr. .- history. Engineers on steam boats
    was doing; every thing in his power to save I oproperty. ut from under tTie ruins, and no one can:m Polk must needs hurry his Mexican for their baggage. plying OQ ot
    Rivers.
    I WHIGS; BV JERKS.[ A
    Vrry great dancer::!: is to be similar society exists in
    apprehended : tell how there As far States \Ve the Jloty
    many are remaing. as into the Union or be content to hope contractor! will correct this
    from the loss of the urge There is a class-we hope
    not chartered
    light-houses a large by the State of
    ascertained, have lost their his Alabam).
    filly imbecilit-irs ;,
    to vessels from }Europe and} the North persons energetic upon' a country one-of intelligent and capable: citizens, who; 'evil-if it continues he may expect to find iI'ItI"
    lives, and it i is singular that so few are dead I which has proclaimed its' for them have no doubt but tint: the oljeetsofi
    bound( to the Gulf. We must refer to the contempt I are prone to believe that the country is on I our'citizens avoiding his line and seeking
    and injured, when we remember that the air and him. formation if
    list below for the injury done to shipping, tin road: to ruin, and who arc utterly amazed another well carried out, cannot fail>
    was full of boards, timber, slate, &:c., and I But there is conveyance.fl
    furnished to us by Lieut. Pease The"loss one view of the result of the that it can submit to be so badly govern I be productive. of nml.--. nnl__n__ vu n... ."A'. '' '_ _
    -
    buildings falling in direction. Stone Pennsylvaniaeleclions ".11111 pQo
    ; of ( !
    every
    worthy I
    or the cutter Morris is described to us In aWe I especia ed. They never seem to consider that misgovernment vide
    could not withstand) the gale, and all seemed mention. It is t the verdict of their native :?:1" We 'trust= that the owners of the greater security!! to life and property, j
    letter from an officer on board give is :the rule in human affairs, and "We shall
    the snbst.iwc in! another t column. to be going to destruction. Many persons Slate upon George M. Dallas and James wise and just government" the exception, properly lately destroyed by fire in our city, be pleased to render any aid2our

    The U. S. 1'iig Perry Wi as in the 'Same escaped in boats, and held on to t necs, Buchanan. They have been formally placer I an(1 whenever our National concerns take a will devote the sums received by them from power to carry: out the above design.
    eTcpnc'tiiiff moment to be washed I trial have
    gale or totitaiic) ;, driven with resistless every upon -they been judged by a jury wrong shear, they are tempted to despair of the Insurance offices the -------"
    iIW:1'rhe. scene was awful in the ext of the and what to reconstructionof TIlE CROP.
    I vicinage is the
    ; result ??
    violence before the wind, but was finally run the Republic and( predict, if not almost welcome The
    t tr emne. In the buildings. accounts from '
    nshnrc after ill hojicof saving her was gone, doing justice to Pennsylvania we have, a despotism. It astonishes them, to ttrpup country f, _

    and in all probability will be 5a 'efl. [From the Richmond Time!' ] at all times, endeavored to abstain from doing sec that other classes so tamely acquiescein The interest paid on t the cost of the 'build firm the previous statements ofa short tt J,

    All the lives on Indian: K'-y :md Key Va- 1ILVlI.)10T AND SLAVER injustice to those by whom she has been and even sustain, outrages on the public ings and value of the lots, re greater, we though, as a matter -of course' the extn

    cas: MC saved, and it is hoped ail the crews of \Ve find published in the Washington truth wronged in ., and uncharitable even from appealing to the I weal which threaten the whole land with dale say, than can be obtained in any other of the injury cannot be estimated! with
    a
    the tvrecking ,'esscl$. Union :\ scries of resolutions, adopted unanimously an spirit. In the same: I disaster. When the fit is on them--which ;
    anxious desire to avoid( every expression:t is way in which the same amount of capital degree of certaintymuch depends!: oa/ t&
    oftcnest
    The captain of't t the cutter Morris saved by a large Democratic Convention when the projects of the destructive -

    this!. produce the car!!:) of one schooner and i assembled in Bradford country, where: which, glancing from the public issue, may party have resulted in some pecuniary can be so safely employed. stale of the weather during the balance i ,

    (list Iii)UI ed it. through Methodist minister M Wilmot resides. In these there is onc inflict a personal wound, do we now refer t to collapse Whigs of this class will lash themselves The stores destroyed will be much need- the season-an early frost, storm ,.raiD,&
    what
    have
    to those in need of the necessaries of expressly applauding him for his resolution which; time become will the facts of history-facts into a fury of opposition--will ride, ed-and unless! the owners of the lots build may do more injury.whilst a late frost ai
    I life.I in California. We keep and truth will chnracterize run, work,
    against slavery harangue, remonstrate
    ,
    were spend
    even if we be silent. The nomina upon thorn( the ground itself will be utterly pleasant: weather may enable the f.mtnI
    We are compelled to omit many paiticu- somewhat surprised that a journal which money, and do every thing! they know how
    I' hrs iu regard:; to the gale from the preoccu had! inveighed so bitterly against the Whig lion of Mr. Dallas to the Presidency was: : to, in behalf of the Whig candidates and unproductive and incapable of being turned make up somewhat for the destruction.

    pation of our columns.:: I Convention Massachusetts, could publish originally first trick. Free Trade claimed the m cause. A few months pass, the clouds lifts into money at any reasonable rate-there; casioned by thc'cat
    List of fessels lereckcd at Key West during such a resolution without sending along defeat office'inevitable, but its open assertion rendered I ;a little ; the Banks discount more or the necessities being no capital here to invest in improving receipts at This place may not off 1.

    the Hurricane of/ Ike( 11th inst. with it the expression of its very particular The ; a administration compromise was notessary. for loans arc less, and though IhcIJ11nClIJc letlse 'Orone. \ .- much as is expected, as a much(11 brf
    : has leer "
    present ,
    censure. _But. the Union says not a wordabout <; on which parlies; are at issue areunchanged
    U. S. brig: Perry, Blake, from Havana, !rum its is
    inception, a policy of compromises : qnnnliiy c to have been
    it. This resolution
    against the extension : -though the doctrines of the timatct plants
    for Charleston with Com. Sloat
    board
    on -not in. the moderate spirit which finds TilE ELECTION. t this
    of slavery was very probably proposedby ) Loco-focos are exactly the same and their year.
    from the Pacific ashore
    near Sombrero ruth anil safety in a medium but in Full returns have been
    \lr. Wilmot in order to the course, t tendencies the before not received from
    mitigate same; as thesetell1pC'sluons
    Shoal, inside! ef the reef both popular yet
    masts hat RIVERA.
    ,
    gone which he feared doubtless gambling -policy: which sets extremes t have all the counties-and until Otlt
    censure Whigs subsided into a they are, and :
    anchors, &c., thrown overboard.-
    The vessels'Kesnn gnns' ; '11 feel of warier and for his vote on the Tariff. His friends fire, against each. lie other, and prefers the more perfect Dead Sea apathy. They are out official annoucemeut is made of the result, The Chattahoochee and.Flint. niwu

    may t therefore, making the most 'Of it. But his p was nominated as the Tariff of all conceit with continue low the
    Politics-have lost all i is navigable fc
    be off all l hands snved. U. 'S. shall hJmc
    got ; revenue candidate: of a Tariff State. Who could we not publish any further staiement!
    cutter Morris, WaldcR, ashore about Three Democratic opponent in evidently endeavoring doubt his fidelity 1 On the faith in any Party: or Parly measures-they : of the vote.Sufficient. l light! boats to Kufaula. and the lalterkBui
    of
    i to take the wind of his score grati- don't
    miles from K'CyVest, hi two and a half feet out sails, as we t ude, the State could claim his belong to any party or care for any- ub ridge. We greatly fear that aw
    devotion
    o( water, with loss of both masts, anchors find the Montrose Advocate (a paper sustaining to they mean to stick to their business and let is known to show that :Mr.
    he last will
    (Her not take
    White, his antagonist gasp. patronage to his family Politics alone hereafter. If coaxedto CABELL is elected place for some time bray
    chains, guns, bulwarks, &c., and one mile ) appealing to h lad his they are : by not less than 100 ma-

    from the channel ; probably a total loss. 'Pennsylvanians to rally around their rights, cradle prepared had watched porridge over his anti rocked his vote at all, it is to rid themselves of the j onity. Of the state of parties in the Le- which cannot but prove a serious injorjk

    Brig Colorado, of Boston ( dismasted regardless of Southern influence or home ; youth sustained importunity of two or three of the other our trad?.
    probably) dictation. We/reler his manhood, lifted him to office,anti gislature, we cannot speak definitely. It is
    ashore, but has been off vessel to the whole matter as sort Whigs, who do not guage their Po-
    tight, but much injured) by coming got ;in con- another commentary on the text lint the ilevated him to the power-to betray. If litirs: by a pocket-barometer, but, having probable the Democrats have a majority in RANK A:1 FILE OF THE ASMt

    tact with another vessel; it is uncertain what Northern Democrats are the "peculiar allies pledges her were not as false as dicer's oaths, he adopted the principles Washington, :Madison both branches, but it is very small-the Are the battles of the. 6th and ftktf

    will be dono with her. Schooner Com. l of the South." i gave ons long enough cherished to and lull suspicion ; if opin- Clay and Webster as those which Whigs having gained largely. Next year May, we urged the propriety of reward!*

    Kearney, ashore in two feet of The following is the resolution adopted ever repeated were will best promote; the welfare and] true glory : i instances
    water. Schr. the Whigs will have gallantry the Rank
    guarantee, she had them. She could] a large majority as the among
    the not
    Democrats of
    by of Bradford u
    to our work
    for
    Gov. Bennett, Warfilc.d!, dismasted discharging wThcha country, right on them,
    nd did not believe that men, whom she vote for Congress shows the State File of ihe Regular comraissioaasstibalterns
    she will be condemned. H. W. we refer: H had rain or shine, whether the Executive is laboring to be de Army. by

    Safford, from New York for -Brazos Santi- Resolved, That the course of the lIon. considered home honorable, had one conscience to corrupt the trading class with pet cidedly Whig-and as the Whig cause is -predicting tle: success of jod

    ago, came in a wrecfc being dismasted! in DavidVilmot, in Congress, harmonizing t ton at that ;nd another Washing- Banks or to crush them with Sub-Treasu daily gaining in strength everywhere, there promotions in encouraging the men to i .
    ; nor hopes of future advancement
    -'- the she will the professions uniformly made 5)y him before any ries. Very often Whig who is not worth :
    ) gale; probably be condemned. be doubt ring feats of
    the could induce George M. Dallas, her can no but that in this State it bravery, inducing JOB?
    receives hundred i'lnt
    Brig Metamora, from New York for people, our cordial appro a dollars and cannot earn eight
    St.
    val. His'views the petted! favourite-perhaps[ petted the more dollars will for the future be triumphant. men respectability to enlist.:
    Marks, dismasted, high and dry, with on Oregon question, so a week has to make two or three
    t of the cargo thrown overboard. Brig Was-part' nearly, confirmed in its final adjustment ; his t that he had never rendered her a service journeys to the office or the store of another \V c again invoke this reward fur onr :

    ... from New York for Cedar Keys, left vote against the squandering harbor bill, that t to betray the himself and her. She t thought;; \Vltig worth his thousands, who was alla Another Victory lant soldiers who so nobly bore thtffr'!

    before the gale came on. Schooner Catherine l loaded down with lug.rulling provisions' for t future President expectation, was of inefficient a mission under a blaze with patriotism; I last year, and :it last PENNSYLVANIA FOR AMEllICAllUSTny :\ in i the i-orulirt at MOnllre-no merrempi'!

    U. Bacon ashore near the breakers every mnember'screekorpettyiakewhuif; his to separate can barely induce him to vote. I : ) !
    of moderation him h from( a cause to which he welded vote thanks: o It pltiy! sum of! i
    advocacy was ;
    a of tariff burdens All\ this is dolan
    with the loss of both her musts, anchors very deplorable, in a country ALL HAIL
    and his motion. to preclude the. !strongly: as Arnold to the revolution. She \vhcr- ,. :: TO THE IKON AND COAL cents Inn t : > of '
    cat-wUeelfi: ; she got offiy assitance of the territory to be acquired in California, would t ted was mistaken and so was he. He i ::, f'rra- I tl) be -'> uilluential! ; as in a Democracy like STT1She! has elected: aiiio" Lna"-: !j considered a sufficient reward to the h

    merit the grateful encomium of a reelection Pennsylvania. He would have foiiai.oif I ours. Our Jerks do LATURE-17 Whig members of
    t
    crew t>f cutter Morris, and crime into the the Whigs by not allow Congress who charged! tin to the inouilw cii
    that i i
    the
    if the tongue spoke word which desolates
    h.rbordecks; ripped up and otherwisc muchdamaged. even sterling and welltried democracy themselves to exert that influence in political a GAIN of E'GlI'l'-and the Whig Canal I
    i Mexican
    of the Pennsylvania before he had J cannon which lined t
    man-not looking uttered affairs >
    one to which their he'llmlc
    Schooner Adeii.i Waldon of way imers1ital dl,1flcters;
    Commissioner I
    and rowing another, but with face i it, had he done justice to Pennsylvania by and by a majority of 10,000 in I I The its
    brave
    to
    Bristol! It. I., with a cargo of potatoes, thei general capacity justly entitle then..- country expects ( :otJierU, ,
    bow, boldly fronting the battles and the an anticipation of her just and patriotic reentimient. The time whole Slate i i *
    ashore in three feet of warier; has thrown : s He many, who see them engaged iu Politics j jAiKl rewaidcd in a manner comensuraiewkh'rt
    dared
    :her cargo overboard and may be gotten ofT. breeze-did not more certainly assure us: as serfs whose to regard: her people only once in three or four years, conclude yet Another valorous deeds and in a manner lidJ'! '
    that'his
    upon stupid cnduiance
    t
    course is always onward in the cause any that they into I
    dip them
    Brig;: Gen. Wilson, from New York ashore as they might: WELL
    experiment : DOJ'OR TIII: BUCKEYE STATE stimulate them cow
    of progress and humanity.1'GK.N. was safe. He has stood his trial into Stocks : again [to renew 'besr :
    inthree feet of water, with loss of for-top- to make a spec, or avoid a sac
    before his country, and is convicted. : OHIO IS WHIG Returns from G7 conduct when offers
    rifice. occasion t
    Hence
    3 their
    !geous I
    she be makes
    mast; intiy gotten off( but it is doubt- There is very earnestness .
    ful. Brig Napoleon, Libby I of Boston, JACKSON AND CAPT. FATIO.-An I ; no plea which his County Court t no impression, and their intermittent exer: counties shew a majority of 2,20G for Debb, hope to see the Rant and, File! chrgmg I
    practice
    exchange paper relates the following of I I can imagine, in abatement. The -
    eight days from Havana, both masts gone ; General Jackson and Captain Fatio, late of issue has been fair the judgment is final. tions answer very little purpose. the Whig candidate for Governor-15 coun the cannon's mouth," we must ulf I
    I. the vessel has since been condemned and \Vhy shall there not be a Reform in this ? ties to be heard from t
    thii
    Mr. Buchanan which in honorable
    the t Revenue Service : "The Captain Fa. has the :advantage of not L should 1844 gave a distinctions of Rank a
    t sold for $-200. Bark .Francis Walls, Perk- Why not this class, for their own:
    tio, who was lately dismissed from the ser having voted. It is a craven and false pro sakes and (the Whig majority for Governor of 2.170 votes. ward gallantry.
    ins, from Havana for New York, fore and) ( country's, act and vote as
    tection.
    The .
    vice as Commander of the Revenue State knows his The
    Cutter heart :
    Legislature --- -
    'main masts the $}00 upon I Whigs in those years; when there is no i. will be Whig on joint *
    sue
    gone; captain paid ; tot the issue
    IL the Some slat'
    Woodbury, in consequence of putting into by beating of the pulses which I i in which: and idea ma be formed of the
    candidate
    .a wrecker for piloting him into \Vest no leading for whom )
    Key ;
    t : to avoid a gale of wind he it governs. He could have staved raunlef""'
    port having the desolating in
    a feel things the and of the
    direct
    they Army
    t, he-had! his shoulder dislocated, but was in a of the a and special interest, as The returns for CONGRESS shew
    WHIG
    government agent on board, charged with policy Administration ; but I: well I as i in the 1 carelessness War Department
    ifair True
    of the
    Pilot opposite
    way 10 recover. boat Louisa case a man I
    in this GAIN
    important despatches for Vera Cruz, is the as in previous! trials, he dared not is OF FOUR MEMBERS.COLUMBUS..
    -eunkiiti die harbor. Pilot not expected to feel intense interest lettelfo1
    boat an the
    Lafayettesunk same person who obtained office from Gen. be himself. lie sank James Buchanan into following paragraph; from a
    ,
    make
    in the harbor to as arduous exertions inn
    : all hands lost-two election
    ; Jackson in a rather singular manner. Having the slave of masters whom James Buchanan for State Officers ;. Adj't Forsyth. He :
    bodies were picked: up by the cutter only as in that of a Presi : says
    ; 'Morris. been dismissed from service by John despised-and obeyed. He knew it was dent. But every citizen owes it to his We are truly sorry for the calamity which SUTE1BEll.&
    country
    Quincy Adams, he laid his falsehood, treachery, and i."I
    before
    The,brig Exchange, Dyer, from Port- the new President immediately complaint there is no clearer mind wrong-but baser ruin-for: at least to vote in every regular annual I hits befallen Columbus-and we regret that tee our sick atMalauwres! 1

    land for Havana, dismasted; lost mate overboard his accession to The General upon overruled him and he too betrayed natures those election, as especially w hen a Congress i is our poverty and the occurrence of a similar I one's heart bleed to wl *
    during the gale ashore the reef power. as to be chosen, which will have sufferings of these fellows., I
    ; on. necessarily : in C
    whose fondest calamity poor
    he our
    alleges, promised to reinstate him but aspiration clung around his own city: feeling I-
    prevents our
    Peace, or War the Tariff
    and Finances must know CODnDI
    since sold) for $550. Warsaw, of Char- The Pub you few of the
    put him off from day to day, until at last, name. Son of Pennsylvania's political I : sorry in the' that
    lic Lands John
    and all the way considered hfl'
    leston Crowell interests Randolph ill c
    t bound to Toulon ; mast cutaway incensed the Morning fell and those who great of the .I necessary to the at '
    on shore at Matacumbe Key ; lost-all by untiring importunities of most despis&him.; most admired Country in its hands. Depend on it, hewho did for the man who lost his horse-pulling be had. A man gets sick and be a eyj
    the little 11
    Captain, the old hero to his $ too has: been tried. *
    t hands saved. Brig Commissry, of Bristol, sprang His words votes only when he feels some special I his hand in his pocket lie the for to the Hospital with his ,blanket;
    his (
    feet, and swore 'by the Eternal'if I he did 1 own are accusers ; all the garc man
    R.- I. ashore past incitement to do so, divests himself I knapsack. Bed there art
    at Boca Chica ; lost-all testifies of his whom and bedding ijj
    against him he one
    not desist he would throw him has been every expressed
    4 out of the ; found 1 influence great sorrow but
    'Viands saved ; both masts cut away before window The words were likely to be lot guilty by till solemn verdict of that people! tests proper when he would and weight in those con did nothing ashore. Falcomer gladly be felt and saying, lumber, bedsteads to be
    going Brig are not
    k Bragin, which has re
    lowed at crisis of
    by theaction, when Fatio, ; every his political'Hfe I feel
    distending
    rfrom.Po.rtland. for Havana ; dismasted! and himself manifested spected. To vote, when it costs less than sorry twenty dollars," and turning blanket and. the ground i is the! or.
    to his utmost more fidelity to him than he
    g .fiince sold for about $500-vessel; and cargo. Try it, d)-proportions d old exclaimed and I'lI has to himself to his State. ; :an hour to do so, is ery little to do twice I to the .b'uystanders: -" how: much do you couch upon which- the Volunteer h _

    ii ,' Sidcedero Baraton from you tyrant year toward ,the maintenance of Public Or feel dies,:if be does 1 l.f
    Spanish
    brig run you through The General was so: In the solemn trial all the advantages tier and National sorry gentlemen ?"-but fts we are not ant not recover *

    M-' 'Barcelona, ashore at Key Vaccas; vessel lost much astonished nt the fellow's coolnessand have been with the accused. The wand 3i 3n f | Prosperity. \Vhy will. I quite broke-we are willing 'to same' blanket forms his y0dmflgand J
    any Whig feel'
    abut : saved. Schooner St. Denis, from neglect \\\l-\ Tnbune. sorry, c is not lo be
    cargo courage, that he sat down and wrote official power dropped gold along the path _ _ a la 7nole'le John. fn-pt.-ok' ba.
    I li. I. in dismasted and !has Randolph, to the extent Quar'ie .tol( i
    L ij [Newport. came out his commission :at once." of its retainers. The press, led by the same DISQUALIFICATION Carjuargo
    1 1 since been sold to an agent of the N. York influence, charged suddenly as the followers: The Convention OP CLEJtGY m-i.- of a V, if any of our citizens will start.a swer ioan'applicaVion for a coflia thstrr

    I I underwriters for a lighter. Schooner Emma SENSIBLE GIRL.-A young lady says that of Ulysses under the spell, and followed, a. to amend their Constitution of.the.State of New'You rk" subscriptiou. We know 9urfolk are.poor, foot of plank, aod every old gun box U P t

    I ig Esftenbray, for Nassau: with loss of they may talk as much as they please about clamorous herd, the path marked out for it. has struck out the clause! by a laige.vote and cannot give"muchbut Vie widow's'. was to be found had been worked"""

    'S t both masts and rudder. Spanish schooner the virtues of the galvanic: ring, but, for All were active, confident, full of money, Constitution in the present mile was beloved. Let : the purpose, and that all the inoi ,
    Villa Neuvii from Nuevitas vessel and her she believes that the excluding: Ministers of :the t us "cast our breadon department-would not command a CO' ,
    \ l. part, ( wedding ring prodigal of promises, with the confidenc Gospel from the

    I'' /wenty' lives lost', including a woman andN ] is the most potent cure for all young ladies inspired by Pennsylvania's uniform patience: office in! that holding State. any Military. or :Civil.. return waters", and after many dayit'yi( 11 themen- ; wbo sit in sbiDgt0direct "'

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    us. !
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    ; hope for the speedy restorationof rather :::2-
    .11
    higher
    prices. States and Canadian
    ne1cajte will for instant -
    hesitate
    not an when
    rttributiol1, the American people' .willhave Democratic ascendancy mast be foundedon free, upon a fair demand, brought: 35s. and r are compelled to choose between they iLllLftTTELiJcEeE.PORT For Sale.; .
    a confident
    r 1 and expectation that the abolitionists the former under bond co-Gyra THE House and Lot on the o'f
    all feelings of humanity jus- will 31s. Gd. to 32s. per (tion with that party, ot an alliance with a ctrnr
    turn JIM Market
    lO to their former alliance bbl. Indian and Broad streets with
    Jj' with the Democrats. Corn is attracting more attention band of fanatics and disunionists. Whig OF APALACHICOLA.. ....October U. I. {containing Peach Garden'
    [Sar. The venerable is at an advance in price. Several houses Orange, Fig Trees, &c.
    ticr.- principles are dear to them, but Southern owned and .,
    fairly caught in his occupied by Mr Elizabeth B. Ioan'
    American. own trap.-l1V.[ York of have ,
    ] capital
    the BaltiUlor bought Flour in bond freely Alt(IUYED. will be
    rights sold
    [From Spectator. are infinitely dearer; and victory is low for cash Fer terms,apply J .
    -rnt: WI1lG5 OF 1.\55.\CIIrSETT5. at 42s., and! \Vheat at equal prices. acting, only to be achieved by a coalition with Bir- Oct. 2S -Brig Atchafdlaya! Parker fm Bo ton. Oct. 24,1846. T. T. ROA&

    The efforts"hich have been so studiously From the Baltimore American.] it is rumored, on the supposition that the hey and his crew, they will unhesitatinglyprefer Oct.. to CO J-Day Bark&Co.Sarah Suean Sands, fm Liverpool To Lct,

    to coufounJ the Whigs of Masf [BY TELEGRAPH.] pressure induce of want in Ireland and Scotlandwill defeat to the ignominy of such an as- In a gale of wind on the 9th of Sept. Nicholas THE BRICK BAKERY in real of fco'

    : made the Government to open the( sociation.t fan Appin fell From the fore IJJJI53;;; Water
    sect )oiiticai aboiitiontu Fifteen Days later from Europe. yard of the :Sarah: fronting on Commerce" fffwf.
    ! WLLI1 a ports free of all duties. Free Flour has not Shraffand was instantly killed. II JJ Apply to

    !I c that Slate tfl"y now bC given UP, if ARRIVAL OF THE CALEDONIA.Tkf realized so high rates, the latest prices be CANADA.--There is something like the In lat. 36, Ion. 33, spoke ship Atlantic 150 days i J. A. MITCHEL;

    I i js"J ID them J arc willing to be go- Fteanifr Great Britain ashore on the Irish ing : Western C.maI3-ts. Gd., other brands from Maratean, bound to Havre- tew sick with I Oct 24 Il-4t 36 Water
    of street.
    male glimmering the light of distant __
    .bo -supplied them .
    Coad-Htr all annexation curvy with provisions. Also, in
    tbo Panstngtra safely Ian d'd- :33s. Gd.
    of propriety :ind a know- $ to 34s. Indian Corn being scarce, the l I.tt. 2G, Ion. 79, spoke ship Colelius, 43daysfrom For
    by a senSe Marriage of the Queen of Spain-Advance had reached indistinct rumbling of its thunder Kent,
    eruea
    50s., but is Antwerp, with
    selling now at 46s., passengers, bound to GalVrstoo. TilE
    Tlr) sterling good sense of in Cotton-Flovr, Grain and Prodite .%1ar- -in the Steamer large, new and eommodion
    and
    (act. Indian following Auguala McLean
    |lod&e 'of Jut Meal, which was held at 2Cs., paragraph, quoted fin Chattahoochee. DWELLING HOUSE
    ? buoyant.XEV ,
    Of Massachusetts is as far re- has receded from Steamer Albany Griffin, fm Bainbridge. pleasanHv situated -
    to 23s.: an English : the
    ,'11ig paper on corner of Leslie and High its
    tbe YORK ,
    OCT. 21 P. :\
    Jfroni ioJuteenee in fanatical abstracthe The Steamer Caledonia 10i r. PROVISION MARKET, OCT. 3.-Beef does England has placed her North American Francis Kopiuun opposite the residence*of Capt. Benj. ,Ellison:
    : Capt. Lou, arrived not demand the sale did The House is well finished.
    general. intellectual freedom in ready it a month Colonies on the same footing with the U. For particular en
    3' at Boston at since. Pork is in small WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN quire of CORNELIUS
    UOD5 a
    of individual eccentritblt quarter past eleven ; supply and the demand S. in the home markets. The power has DRY GOODS. BOOTS, GRADY.
    is prolific SHOES HATS AND September 15 1S46.
    ,
    ,
    tbl15131e o'clock last not so active 33.4tFor
    as been
    anticipated.The
    night,
    of mental cultiva- bringing Liverpool datesto given to colonr.nislation to modify CLOTHING, &.c.

    The prevalence the 4th inst. whole of the Government contract or repeal duties imposed arid enactments oct! Ce! tn1tt-Street, Apalacbicola, Fla.. Rent

    nhtch produces an aggregate of inTrence The Great was taken on the 24th( nit.-18,000 tiercesat made by the Inlperial Parliament. And, H. K. WOOD. THE very desirable Residence' corner
    steamer
    Britain '
    throughout the community as a Cipt.; IJos- an average of i"7 3s. and 7d. Butter sooner or later, the free navigation of the St. Wood VAUCTIONEERS Co ;JJM;; Centre and Market.. streets. For par.ltlticulars -

    ken, left Liverpool on the 2M ult. scarce. If apply toIL ..
    Vie expected lo develop for New shipped in proper order would Lawrence must be conceded. We ( AND COMMISSION .
    be .
    many say
    York, with ONE HUNDRED ASD JtGII1'l"-1 pay well, as Irish Butter had advanced from must, because the first step of withdrawing MERCHANTS H. GOODLETT Agent:

    Ysbootsof! random! Sroiitli-but the main 96s. to lOOSe Lard in barrels 41s. all No. 2 Columbus Building, September S, 1S4G. _
    FIVE J>A SJGIRS, and on the same night bring to protective consideration from the colonies -

    body of the tree: IS not 1r hc grafted upon' she WENT ASHORE at Rathmullin 43s., while kegs for domestic use, would as integral portions of the empire, is Oct. -31. Apalachicola For snSc.

    accidental tOtIt. \Ve quote the fol- in Dun- bring 45s. to 48s. only the prelude of what will inevitably (oh- Joust S. Hutcliiiison, 4 ? THE DWELLING HOUSE AND LOT

    the : drum Bay, Coast Ireland.! The passengers low.Ve be AUCTIONEER AND 1iii; !sitiialetl on the corner of Cherry and High
    4.JdraliseT thought alarmists butit COMMISSION
    may
    Doston
    Daily
    :
    IIe ;
    DEATH LATE H
    1QjngIrOfl or THE ENGLISH MINIS -.streets, Apalachicola and knouR t
    all as .L>
    were safely labded. At the latest is, nevertheless, our honest conviction MERCHANT,
    of the Southern press No IU, Block 4, bn reap of said city.) Thfe:
    The comments : TER.-The Hon. Henry Stephen Fox late that the Solicits patronage. APALACHICOLA Fa.
    nr.tJon! of the late Convention- accounts she had not been got ofT. Her tendency of these new political dwelling House is very conveniently constructed

    ptJD the of the Democratic as well as the cargo had been discharged The particulars envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary movements will be: to force, by the irresistible A. N. McKay, and is one of the most desirable locations for resi _

    Ibase of her Britanic pressure necessity, this Province intoso ; dence in the city. Apply to T. L. Mrrckitt
    the COMMISSION
    ,, -show the dinper: into which of this disaster will he found annexed. Majesty, to MERCHANT, ;
    Wbig tlre close and beneficial Esq., to .
    connexiou Apalachicola
    with
    a the or
    lass lclJuSl'IIS" had well nigh led United States, died in the city of Vashington No. -10 Water street,
    ..roun The surgeon of iheGreat Britain the United States, that RICHARD. CATLIN
    declare that was ere long a general community Sept 21, IS 16. Apalachicola. Florid..
    115. The Democrats we are allAbo1itiO1lS first who landed, with the Mail Bags, with on Tuesday, in the 56th year of his of mercantile intercourse, and, by : August 11, 1846.31-2m_ Pensacola.:
    of surh ; to be I
    !
    'otarnp.as ready T. II. Austin
    t age, after a long and painful illness. The consequence, of f social fellowship will be & i .)
    which he established J.
    Steven oii
    dissolfe he Union to achieve our nninc- proceeded to Liverpool via Belfast COMMISSION & Co;
    t Union and a thorough amalgamation of MERCHANTS,
    iaetrkis; while ilie Whigs are obliged tocOfuthe :-they were brought on to the United says : mutual interests be perfected so that No. 43 Water Street J\"o. 45; Water arid aV'. 3 Chestnut ,ij.
    at
    The Hon. ;
    efforts of.srnne member of the States Henry Stephen Fox was born Oct. 2-1. Are now opening their Fall stock of
    the
    by Cunatd) steamer Caledonia in last it will be difficult, if not impossible, to -. Apalachicola. Fa.P. Staplf
    the upright able 1791 ; and was the son of Gen. Dry Goods, Boots Shoes
    Contention, hy.sho"in Henry Hats, &c., which they
    define the
    Capt. Lott. In of Canada.A .
    the course of the following Edward Fox the first position Wt Culleii offer for sale
    ! aDd! EOUDJ position) of. the.majority.. ISothI0 : Lord Holland. He ; low for cash or city acceptance.
    : day, Wednesday, the 23d l was thus the of AUCTIONEER AND Apalachicola, Oct- 24 1846.
    i can: be clearer: man inai HI uie eyes 01 a Mrjre number nephew the celebrated Pn.OF.-\XI SWI-ARER Nncpt.tcuninSchoharie COMMISSION __
    : ..
    ,Southern Whips a movement has beenaudeliwe. of the passengers proceeded to Warren Charles James Fox.- 3m1--- (-'ntun--.-;'... ni. rlu.u.:.. .I"t....". - ----- MERCK ANT. '
    amiable and county there lives a man whose Solicils a share of Public Removed by Flrfes .
    which successful), would haveeBioffalHli"1 enlightened Lord Holland. Patronage.
    Point, others to Downpatrick, with the intention \Ve add addiction' to profanity in such that his name Oct 21 APALACHICOLA, FA. THE subscriber has taken the store corner of
    in tlm 8Ia.It., \'ho'hlled may moreover, that through one
    b has become a byword and reproach but and Commerce streets where he
    returning to Liverpool :a:
    a larger of his female ;
    nndcr! !die' fM-mu Const It U fiCin of the ancestors, he inherits the blood I. D. Bugbee, will be happy to see his friend and the
    by thermometer
    some internal he public
    Cmtwl Sta'es; "i f'! establish justice insure i number proceeded the latter place where of merry King Charles II, and consequently ales his oaths to make them so gradu-the WILL continue the Commission and Forward. generally. I will receive by the ship Floridiannow
    as
    domes' <" iranquiliu. provide fur the common the scene of Thursday, the 24th, morning, of Henry IV. apply to I Business at the old stand, No. 7, Co. due at this port, an assortment of Drugs
    peculiar in hand the
    case the mis- l lumbus
    deleuce. niom'ote) the cenrrnl welfare( presented one that the people of that iUtte In his younger ays1r.. Fox was well ; greater Buildings, where he will attend prompt. Medicines, Chemicals, Paint, Oil.! and Patent
    l
    and secure Ilil' l.kin's uf> liberty to our- ( known in the beau monde of London, as one hap or cause for anger, the stronger and ly and faithfully to any business entrusted to his I Medicines. J. C. ALLEN
    Irish village never before witnessed. Four more frequent his adjurations. His busi- care.
    Oct.
    24
    of a coterie of
    .
    : from elegant and Druggist.
    influ- ,
    ami ,
    lfl irr our !noMenty. any horse coaches, and dozen of gay witty gentlemen ness is that of a gatherer of ashes, which he ApalachicolaSept. 15, 1S40. 3C5tCOMMISSION --
    I eiicf en 'the ,white' -oojvfl or) any !sympain some jaunting high birth, among whom were collects in small and in MUSLINS.i Flannels, Checks, Famey Woofer
    quantities I. D.
    i! ; .iihau
    o< on on% jnrTiP: ubr l: qnrMion.TV the same time to Belfast, to take passage: by more or less celebrated in their time, whose' by dint olgreit labor a recent succeeded in having his AND FORWARDING Alapaca Lustre Blankets, Bed Ticks Plaid Linens'

    : "PO' '" ,I iip'irii2 and final; action oft the : deeds and sayings are recorded by Moore I filling MERCHANT Hdkfsand Hosiery, and the choicest lot at-

    ! -t,- ro'\viiTi I : : )ri'iifvcs; ( tis from this! f.ital SlelmerPind, which sailed on that i i in his life of Byron. vehicle, he started for the ashery$ which No.. 7, Columbus Block, Prints, both: English and American that csn be'found

    , ",1fu'.m! Tliw I rcMilutions( if the I Cmirfitiion day) for Livcrpo.il. Amongst these passengers i After (the general peace in 1815, he vis- stands upon the brow of a steep hill ; and it Sept. J 15, IS 10. Apalachicoh Fa. in the market, hive just seen received by

    , itself t die lone <.f most of its -spe- were the distinguished! Danseuses Vien- i ited the continent, and by remaining too was noticed not. until lie reached the door that he At Prii'atc Sale* CVtober &. FRANCIS KOPMAN.. _

    ,: kr.. .mil ,hal< iinpre<*ii.> rlo: ...inz; appeal of noises, forty-eight in number. l long in Home, he contracted the malaria the winding its tortuous course down SUPERIOR WHITE WINE AND CIDER Notice
    fever which t long declivity, a line of white ashes, VINEGAR. at the Apalachicbfa Arsena)\-
    , Mr. \\'eh1ei.- -i) received and so felt.callmc .- brought him to the of WANTED
    During; the day the Prince verge!: while somethig short of FBLS. best White Wine
    ; steamer of the .a peck remained in 20 Vinegar; three enlisted Laborer*.
    i dl:' 'III up" ;' :u i r-tr country an 10 do. do. Cider
    Wales went round] from Belfast to render leterious the cart.h The dwellers by the waysideand do. The pay and allowances will be nine doh1argmonth 2?.
    t th'!: O>n iiiuiion,-show that t the upon his constitution. He then
    : that by WOOD & Co with rations and The
    they tatried there" bad assembledin clothing. term of
    .f snrhuscti* stillVhi the Great Britain assistance it was tried entered the diplomatic in which Oct. 31.It
    \VIn5 < aie ; at career his great force, expecting an unusual 2 Columbus Buildintr. .. enlistment is for five years. None but steady
    anathema -
    rf tilt I'nion. Tbfy are not so selfish as high water to pull her off, and found to be advance was rapid, in consequence of his display. Turning however the Franklin sober men will be taken. Applications to bi
    Circuit
    ti.. tift( l(\'ir Mjsrli4se1t3; alone, but I hey are impossible.! She therefore returned to Belfast talents, as well as thrpugh the influence of crowd the unfortunate man heaved to Wisner, Gale & Co. Court. made to the Com'dg Officer at tbe Arsenal at
    )
    a sigh, |
    .,K" enoujli: ntK-inw: : thaI; )J""to:1chusc.us: ism i : his noble political connexions. He was the Chatlahoochee. __ October_J.
    and
    taking forty of the little fairies and simply remarked : Neighbors it's no vs.: LFLFa.
    !ie "h.it:' she i is by being :a of first minister plenipotentiary of Great Britain Dulcida
    )jwrt our use ; I can't do justice to the Bull, Adm'r of R. B. f Dissolution of Copartnership.
    subject.Kn
    their guardians; to that city, on their to Bueno from -
    mmoN" cour4try.jtflthlCtIXtZ' way Ayres, which he was ickt rb'jckcr. Bull, deceased. J Copartnership heretofore existing tinder
    THE
    ; ): the seed* of dimensionhtfhopponents ] I back: to Liverpool.A transferred in the same capacity to Rio dc BY virtue of the foregoing fie fa. I have levied, name and style of WOOD t CO.," is

    ;!; :i ne catefuU I Iy )planting I and I letter dated] Dundrum Bay, October 2d. Janeiro, and thence to this government in CfHhtRCfLong life to Commerce-! ; and will expose to sale at public outcry dissolved by limitation. H. R. WOOD.

    IIAll'mre, cnn now say to our frieed; inr I : contains the 1836. Of the talents displayed in his cor- My soul expands at the sight of its )life. opposite the Court House door in the city of Apalachicola P. W. CULL &r

    , I S' 1t'< as well as here, that the Whign !'* i following : respondence on many delicate and difficult What h.is not commerce done from the beginning in said county, two Billiard Tables: Apalachicola, Sept. 21. 1S46. 375tH.

    ', < Si.ue are united upon broad national; "The Great Britain remains in nearly the questious of international law, of his uniform of the would for the embellishment within in December the usual hours of sale, on the first Mon;
    , : day
    ,: '.ijiles' which cannot be shaken by local I : same: state as when you left. :She is making' courtesy, of the amenity of his manners of life, or promoting the friendly intercourse Plaintifl Attorney.next.and Property sold pointed out by R. WOOD, "
    I little to satisfy said fi. fa. continue the
    :i more water the Auction and Commission"Biiness
    : j. !<',ii'ioMrtc'Mtions.' ;\:: Such 1 ; !gitatiun< ; ; pumps \veiewoik- in society, ifr is unnecessary for us to countries and nations, or for the refinement JOHN LUCAS
    Sheriff C. as usual under the firm WOOD
    \' !urne auij a,;aiu given sdvautace t to: : ing nearly all day yesterday.) They have speak. They are all attested by those who of'manners? It has always given me Apalachicola, Oct. 31, 1816. 42tsSheriff's &CO

    I} oi:>pnts ; I ihcy hr.vc never -been I :. sot the cargo out, and are now discharging have been placed iu a situation( (to observe the most heartfelt delight that the wisest and

    , 1I11ht:: :ir liy them. The frimds of con the coals on the beach. There arc- two him. most humane of the lawgivers of Sale. Auction and Commission Business -
    ". I steam vessels here. Should antiquity By'irtuc of a writ of fieri facias, issued from in Eufaula
    , tt .t r..1.l riplu<. hbetiy, and progress in I : Monday be (Solon) was a merchant. By trade," Office of Alabama.
    the
    "IIII1IIIUWeilhh( ate be sold at Auction Private
    I henr this or Sale will!
    : 'I'"t. because t liic l : evening that the Newry steamer r of Smith O'Brien, addressed his music was"his wherein ,
    people| arc intelligent, i to con soul fashioned. Long life holbrook Nelson &, Co. are plain please be explicit in their instructions

    1,1! Linlmti ;:''If'ral.; Wiicn I this ceases I II is to bc- here on Monday 1 with" two others, stituents( ( in justification of his holding opinions to commerce What lives not through; tiffs, and George F. Baltzell is defendant, I have prevent any misunderstanding in making given sales. ter
    if .
    I J"' i 1:1':! CH>C, M.i !achnsetis men may to try they} can move her. in opposition to the ultra itVhich is all fresh life, in reality, but levied upon, and will expose for sale, before the Our commissions are :5 cents on all sales and no'

    r..;f toi I."e pn.I.] in their until The Royal marriage in Spain forms the peace principles trade Court House door in the city Apalachicola for
    name, but l exchange, gift for gift In love, in I charge storage, and we will feel thankful fora
    die most prominent point) of discussion in the; recently I urged by Mr. O'Connell.Ve on Monday, the 7th day of December with
    J'de.! Irienrls) of pood( povcrntnentnllv friendship, in the great life of the next, share of patronage this! winter from the Merchants -

    I !'. .tJl ; tinIer a natiuxal!; st.mdard. Europe journals. The London Times copy it .for the complimentary allusion to in the quiet family; circle, everywhere people, in the usual hours of sale, the following described I of Apalachicola and will remain their
    rind property, to wit : The one undivided half of Lots
    Chronicle obenient
    Jlorning in STARR
    very servants. Ic CO
    protest strong the father of his where I ;.
    ;. "'Hi>i:, AXU THE terms against the Montpcnsinr) union with} country : see happiness and prosperity, see I 1[ number one and twenty in Block Flj and the improvements September 15, 1846-36-lf Ebfaalaj Alt;
    AHOLITIONISTSItll : ihe Infanta This is the. difference which has appeared I also trade. Nay, what is the whole earth, thereon, in the said city of Apalach- -
    I The
    \\ ithhglon; rnion is ntiempting i to: that the Spain.; European Timesays in'the Repeal Association. The members i if not a colony from the mother country ol I icola. Levied upon as the property of said defendant -: Copartnership.

    Ir Uetheold hitmbng of the identity of tltehlsol >! English Government seems of the Repeal Association were called Heaven and whose well-being and happy and to be sold to satiny' said writ. THE subscribers respectfully]) inform their

    ''he North with the Abolitionists ; disposed to do all that it can to avert. tin to declare that there were no circumstances upon, conditibn depend upon free export and im JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff F. C. and the public that they have taken

    .
    ? to bolster its 'rhe' simire be Apalachicola, Oct. 31,.1810. .42t3J into partnership Mr. EUGENE W. ROGER
    up charge; ; quotes the In that there was no position of kind, or at port might still carried 1
    [ !!d'ns' : of the late Ireland every means nre bing taken to: any out Thou CHARLES ROGERS & Co.-
    ; : Wliis Convention find the any time whatsoever, in which they could I yet, Good Giver above, pardonus ; Flynn, April 7 iS4"6.
    Kaneuil [Hall.! people employment) which is equivalent that Late T. _.._
    That the \Vhies of the be placed, uben it would be advisable to we have ventured upon it !-[Fredrika ( CLARK.) _
    : nh:. opposed II ) and to finding them with food elsewhere; Brcmer. BOOT AND SHOE MAKER !
    ) slavery \votil Li nevertheless there have recover freedom bv arms : and there was a List of Letters

    ,'tllein.""") been aboli-ned!, we shall- not pretend riots in various of Ireland.been some famine certain portion of the Repeal Association CONTINUES to carry on this business REMAINING in the Post Office at Apalachi- -

    Thai is: net loss true than that the parts who said they would not subscribe to that [For the Commercial Advertiser.A Apalachicola, two or three J, 1846.

    JLUO: ''Softhc North :are in precisely the There had been large sales of Cotton, and pledge. (Loud cheers. said and. SOLDIER'S APPEAL. i iI doors below the City Hotel on Centrest. Adams, JohnAndrews 3 Leslie J C

    f'-w' rate-ory. Bur that the design prices I if any thing: ware a shade higher. I ) They Having superior workmen, he is Ephraim Meals &. Crawford !
    Whigs it with I
    I "throw themselves! into the The market for all kinds of produce contin say them, that it was not their intention \V c'll conquer peace with Mexico *' confident that all who may patronize him will find Albee Isaac Muller, George

    toliionjq; <." arms of the ucdlHIUJant, and at rapidly advancing rates. to invite their countrymen to settle t that they have called at the right shop French Baker, Nathan McRea JohnMerryman

    *i no propei Iv so called we have \ and Smith caution their friends tViltner question by an appeal to arms. (" Hear, .' i. Calf Skin, Morocco, and Patent Leather Bootsor Baker William Capt S :

    'l i&ion proof, and *'e think it will pur.x.le: i in this country against wild speculation, hear !1" and cheers.) For my )part, I have IIo! all ye discontented throng Shoes made to order, of the latest and most approved Butts, E P 3 McGrieven, Geo

    I""i", out to jive any evidence of it that the and enterprise of England will as always endeavored to impress on the people, Who dare not brave our Country's foe, style. He will also keep on hand a large Brown, G B 3 McBride, Elizabeth *.

    convict its own party at the North of find money and food whenever I have addressed them, that suchan Know that if Ileav'n our lives. prolong, and selected assortment of Ready Made Boots, Baltzell & McBride Miller Ben nin-
    f aaie offence, bring from every corner of the Shoes and Brogans. All &c. done
    mending Butler, Col Samson H Nixon Uriah"
    earth if appeal to arms& would! be disastrous] : to We'll conquer peace withlexico.. .
    l "1errnts of 1644 have too necessary. bankers with neatness and promptitude, and on terms Conner, L Bernard Nichols, Elaxef
    recently position 35 than desire
    r j 'jtredo!! LE' either The news from the Continent is not im a on their rr. that cannot fail to be lecognised as in keeping Colby, Capt EG Orriss, JohnCunningham.
    forgotten or inisrcr to in the
    'f'nl.' Then what the h portant. part join present speculation. Your arguments of /right/ and wrong," with the competition in trade and the clc ness I John Pierce, Rev Jay L .

    rI'I!' '',"! was position ofl.r INDIA AND: CHINA.-The news! by the The business of the Rothschild Brothers We've left behind us long ago- of the times. Clapp, James Pow, John

    .lI'* .' )They[>-""< Jf found he Xortii, but of extraordinary Express, in anticipation of: i is carried on in palatial counting-houses in Your jeers fall harmless on the strong, Apalachicola, October 31. 42-6m Cullum, \Vm E Percy, Abr'm CCurtbbutson

    ''Ht e! bait1l?r of a were who! arrayed tin- t the Overland; Mail, was published by the St. Swithin's Lane, IingVilliam street, Who conquer peace withIexicoJ Five Hundred Dollars Rctvdrd.. : Ralph S Ridley, Susan
    man VH* regarded and the establishment
    consists of between Dent, Ame Rowlet, Daniel
    q lIllIrnllJaLle< ': morning papers on Tuesday. The intelli- T17"E[ the Mayor pro. tern. and members of r
    an; of Abolition that in.
    enemy t thirty and forty clerks. On the V Demarel, W S Raw-son Middleton D'
    r *1"1'ureJ to \ :;enc' is of little importance. A variety of r entering T the City Council present, hereby offer
    ir. Polk The red a reward
    gleams
    !
    the whole vole of place you at once perceivethe activity of the war along the land- of FIVE Dickinson, Rev Chas S Rowley H AY
    Itolition in circulation, the HUNDRED DOLLARS for information
    rcpoits are respecting unsettled
    Their OUr Country leans & Robinson W L
    Forsyth Simpson ,
    party. former candi- several and upon our arms-
    departments, are impressed with that will lead to the
    orthel alF.iirs the northwest frontier apprehension and I
    J resulency--J. G. Uirney-was on : f.p notion that And shall we raise no vengeful hand Grice, David Robinson, Jno ARyanMichael
    after conviction of
    all the
    the vile
    amount of Incendiary or Incendiaries
    ,
    The
    Siekhs it i is said determined .
    Griffin W
    G IfRogersThomas
    : are to. ,
    lrlrnilcsirc'!! Iiiisetl': !II-". and the whole re-organi/.e their but several of the: .I wealth concentrated in the firm is turned To guard-protect-defend her charms 1! who destroyed the property of our citizens by P Gow John G
    Army,
    J
    nisadvico, and with him at their with t fire, on the morning! of the 16th instant
    ad. nlarcbcJ into (Hill tribes ;are Already; so dissatisfied that i it i ii over extreme facility, considering the IV. WM. Guin, Providence Ruse, J CSteward 3':
    j the Lncofoco camp i perfect freedom with which the dependantsof March on-march on, my countrymen- SYDNEY GREEN, Hart, Rev A It JohnSmithJames
    Jgoo'Jsm.re 11 f-xpecied! ih-.r i icy! will refuse to submit. .)
    fc'cumund' for1 .r. Polk. Did t 1',iiJc-r three circumstances Mahar Rajah'sgovernment these great capitalists go about their From war's alarms your homes release Malior Pro. Tein. Head, Jas M E .
    Entire; then conducted : duties. But the Pursue M. M. BUTT, Honevcuft, Jas AHayd'en Robt G ..
    e present editor by has remained already at Lahore .difference is this, we are your victories: -and then WILLIAM Shaw1 .
    of the lT' ion, refuse the not in the PECK H M StubbsJ E
    .. sanctum.sanctorum where Let love
    calculations and
    t..n i friendship bring .
    ;:e Did, it for a longer; period than that originally fixed you peace.v. A. HANCOCK, Hoyt, Ebenezer T M
    Shaw
    {DI f propose to drum them are made, where the brain is at work, WM. VALLEAU, Clerk. .
    l tIle the Governor General. .
    Our
    by
    camp: with the march ? intelligencefrom Hodges, Mrs Anne Sherman, Benj) N 2 :
    rouge's devising.schemes for the future
    it .11. If it did not chuckle over the China speaks of the preparations making wealth and where instructions increase of We plant the standard of the free Apalachicola: Oct. 24, 1846.4l3t Jenkins & Pettis Thomas, William
    ,
    !iSlfjfi to Ilii parl\'. it did for the evacuation of Chusan. are given for And peace is following in our train- To Arrive. Labor, G Taylor John S

    use '10 profit by hc certainly not LATER: FROM INDIA.-Despatches from perfecting those weighty openions for which Can. nations more unhappy bt", THE ship Floridian with an assortment of f Leslie, John Taylor. Capt Sam' Ii
    strength brought to it t the house is famous
    the 27 have been received; so ; or else we mightbe Where fieedom Medicines, Chemicals Paints Williams Jas M
    AbuLtiquj5t. Bombay, to August I light, and knowledge reign 1 Oils I
    \Vith tuis fact, such I by Extraordinary Express via Trieste.- able to describe a little of the labor anda Dye Stuff, Patent and Botanical Medicines, (::r Persons calling for the above letters, will"

    tt/CUrrcnce'! at the it IS not uncharitable to Ths Seikh Government was in a tottering; little of the energy required in giving the VI. Blank Books, Stationery, &c., &c., for please say they are cdvrtised.
    Union's "nxiet about the first Remoter nations( great and brave, JOSEPH S. '
    ace or the ) state. The British Authorities were in anticipation impulse for working out these transac- J. C. ALLEN, MAY. P. l\t.k
    litJonlts Northern \Vhigs with the tions. Seahd |doors are here, and prying Behold your deeds: with searching eye ; Oct. 2-1 Cor Commerce and Chesnut-sts. Per
    arises of a revolt, and were busy preparing brig Alabama.
    in And bhall
    a fear that its curiosity dare look in. you scorn a glorious grave,
    y will lose their own I for the emergency. for the purpose of not W. G. If I. Davis, FRANCIS KOPMAN has received the I largest
    When love
    support. It how The llothschilds the andjionor bid you die 1!
    I, be may : suppressing it. are decidedly great ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, assortment of Hats ever opened

    .y "Ill easy 0n this head, for the Whig est people on 'Change. In buisness they VII. Offers his services to the public in either of the this BeaversMoleskinSilk and Furof the .'

    ltfl their ne.ver make an issue which wil I THE MARKETS. are attentive, and, securing the best aid ofthe Still onward mardi, my countrymen, above capacities. r finest quality and most fahional styles, pri--
    side the LIVERPOOL: COTTON MARKET, SEPT. I cularly the Palo
    Abolitionists. friends and advisers< The of the week bales He will practice regularly in Franklin, Calhoun Palma's." He has also
    sales
    [Petersburg Intelligencer.BBO"'K. 26.- are 72,810 j in a smooth and properous course. Out ofbusinesstbey Think of your noble sires-and theft I and Jackson an almo infinite variety:
    Circuit Courts-and will
    o&OOO of which were American taken on upona of Cloth, Velvet and Oil Caps, for men and ;.
    ,
    rlLY ;; are men pleasure indulging Of'Alto-Palma special retainer, act Counsel I in Court Sik
    DO -Monterey. as any t boys, and cut and *' .
    .-Thc venerable speculation. notwithstanding the heavybuying : in the luxuries of life and I of the Middle o enr alithe Rough"and
    allt \Vashlngt00 countenancing OCTOBER 28, 18-16. G. or Western Circuit. He will also, Ready, ," Navy..
    from the has bad many sharp i the advance in prices hardly amoun the sports of the field. argue cases in the Court of Appeals at Tallahassee and Ole Bull,TexaStr comprise R. of 3.: "

    try, but wicked" \\Yhig editors of the zcdtodperlb. Died the sessions of which he will always be He has just opened a beautiful variety fe the .' .
    W
    J.t ( think the keenest is OUR b ; OCTPBER Ist.-The sales since Fridiare ty THE RIGHT SPIRIT.-The following, taken At' present at, unless prevented by accident. consisting Leghorn, oLdie.Bonnets. ,Str ., .
    reCeived
    frorn the lllhvme.! 1'Iiig: 35,000 bales-15,000 on speculation. Fredericksburg Va., on the 1st inst., Col. Apalachicola, September 8, 1846.Exphatlon English Braid,Tarlfon, Mash's,Fee ;
    ,
    BYRD C.
    tOtrahle; bad :: from the Richmond Whig, is written fri i Wujjs, aged 65 years. & .
    pq1Utcal undertaken to console No material alteration in prices, but tnS Col. Willis of Copartnership. of the newest and most fashionable shapes. .
    was well Known in this State wherebe
    edra Lilldred with one of his ex- market has become dull since the rebeipt of the true spirit of Southern feeling : 'resided' NOTICE is hereby given that the Copartner October 6.Blank.
    His death
    formerly.
    &, U/a-nce' lbat 'he recent Whig last advices from the United States I by the The Boston Daily Whig' is kind enoughto I regretted by his friends and will be deeply, under the firm of BUGBEE( & B0ofts<, :
    IaiDe
    rn(1r!,b1 and New Hampshire are Britannia. inform us that we may .live.to learn that relations with whom I HOWARD' expired by ]limitation on the 7th Paper FJne"WrBI ,
    ( .
    e we sincerely
    Whip' a* effected only by a junction OCTOBER 3d.-Sales,000-of which 3000 tbe discardal of abolitionists "is but.a poor sympathize. inst. Parties having unsettled accounts with said GENERAL 4c Stationery, consisting -

    aDd abolitionists anj that in to the in the free firm, are requested to present the same for'ad- A of and J!
    till werc on speculation. No change prices. way preserve "whig party i PASSENGERS. justment to I. D. BUGBEE. Foolscap Leter"Papr of the

    iiired ,only temporary. Whereupon The market closed steady. States." It assures ti i.that, there are toomanjjo.be finest quality ; Blue and \ ) ex- -
    rip Per fteamcr: Apalacbicola, Sept. 15, 1816. 38. r
    Augusta-Charles A Green
    3.a8i-Hliai1' I p l lie- Lady fine Quarto and Packet Post ; also a beautiful
    other hand
    if tbe. puts it> lo him LIVERPOOL CORH MARKET OCT. 3.- thrownofiV"On I and servant; Mrs U 11 Connery Messrs J M Mc- 'tr
    ; ,
    of POe abolitionists thus hold the bal .Prices continue t ''advance. From, theISt]I we tell that paper.tbat coalition with th'e Kinney,' T Preston E M Skipper, Patridge, J No will's Honey of Liverwort, : assortment of French Letter Paper, Pens, 4tc. '

    qed in those states the fcrraer, until! 'the 25tb nit., tb' r&jv .anVciiveJradein abolitionists willbe: tbe signal for' the'dissolution R Fortune, J W Moses, Peter 'Hobart. FOR, Coughs, Colds, Asthma Spitting of f ..Just received per brfg Alabama and for sale br

    InUl\Irrumphs of the Unions party 'Wheat and Flour. ,At our marteiof yes? of the whig party inihe'Soutberr I and all the affections of the Longs _, Oc. 17 J.; C. ALLEN. .

    e D"If.% fte 'encaused by a junction terdae the sales of old Wheat were exten States; for decidedly as the whigs of the RECEIPTS FROM THE INTERIOR. leading to Consumption, warranted to be composed Congres Sprint Water
    ? >:rat, Per steamer Augu.sta-13 boxes tobacco and 1 of vegetable substances only, for saly by lUST
    schr.
    aud) per LeRoy, and for sale by.
    abolitionists, and that sive. I Irish Flour being scarce, would bring South may be opposed to locofocoism, they lot lumber Illl S Uawlr anSH J.,_ C. ALLEN. ; March.21. J. C. ALLEN--


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    (From ihe Louisville Morning Courier.] I TH CHEAPEST MAGAZINE IN 1Lcga( Not CriJ. iltJi11 NotfCttJ.; 1rn1fnf tr(, tor1Jt_'Notftt Drugs TilE and MedI: .

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    (,.E.T cr>TKE OF THE UNIVERSE DISCOVERED. THE WORLD Franklin Circuit Court. In the Western Circuit, Florida. Administrator's Notice. constantly have,on hand', aJI4

    When we first saw.this sterling announcement -- John W. Babcock, ) FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT. FRANKLIN COUNTY-FLORIDA. assortment CINES ol" DRCGS atmj

    in the Cincinnati Atlas, of last Thursday TWO VOLUMES PER ANNUM vs. V December Term, IS 16. John W. Babcock, ]1 A L persons indebted to the estate of Samuel and of,the which best he will'

    supposed it had been discovered FOil FIFTY CENTS EACH. Joseph B. Brown. S vs. I mpsion, deceased!, late of this county, Merchants and GUalit C

    thai the Queen City is the centre of the 1'0 JOSEPH B. BROWN, SIR :- James A. Aborn, AdminIn Chancery. may expect legal steps taken to obtain payment. to their advantage lo call Planter?! Vfl
    But little further PROSPECTUS OF You will! )please take notice that I have instituted istrator of Latham Bab- j And all persons having demands against said estate Goods, before examin andiD M
    universe on examining a J purchasing elsewhert Ptu
    The Talisman, and IllnstrateilO suit, returnable to the next December Termof cock, deceased, el. alsoIT } will present them without delay. For that I N. B. Physician's
    we perceived lint our first impression Fellows' Magazine. !I Franklin Circuit Court, in the Western Circuitof apeaiingto the satisfaction of the Court, by all debt and demands of whatever nature againstsaid and prescription
    was iucorr ct. lrofe$ Mitchell, the efficient I the State Florida to he holden at the Court Affidavit filed that Hilliard Babcock, and estate which shall not be exhibited within care accuracy at any hour of the,, '.

    director of the Cincinnati Observatory in THE the uijrlcrsiqurd city, of PhiUlplphi.i proposes: !! to mw publish literary hereafter and Home, in. the city of Apalachicola, on the second George Babcock, defendants in the above Bill, two years, shall forever afterward be barred. March 21 Cor. Cenlre J. c. ALl'

    in a communication; to the Atlas, states miscclkneous p-riodic.il, under the above title, to I :Monday in December next, upon a certain reside beyond the. limits of the Slate of Florida, THOS. ORMAN, Adm'rde honis non, and COIn ,

    that he has; received, by i iho last sti'amcr be ,1t vnt11 to tha s'iblinie ami 'hallowed principles I mortgage executed by you, dated the first day of to wit : in the State of Rhode Island-and that Of the estate ol Samuel Simpson, dcc'd.

    from England I two numbers of a journal of the Independent Order of Odd Fellow. The I July, one thousand eight hundred and forty, in Lewis Curtis and Joseph) Delafield, Trustees of Apalachicola July 23, 18<). 20-2m A .

    published at Altonu. These papers arc almost )- want of an organ at this point IMS lot ben felt i and upon the following described real estate, ly- (the Apalachicola Land Company, also, defendants Administrator's Notice.
    tAcu with by the numerous body to whose hi lll'st iutcreM jog and beins* i in j>iid city of Apalachicolj, to to said Hill, reside beyotmd the limits of
    article
    exclusively up an devoted. months after the
    the 1"lblicl1illl''ill'b f. thfllll The i wit: Lot Number Two (2)) in Block Number the State of Flonda, to wit : in the State of New SIX publicaticnofhis notice,
    by Dr. l\heJI r, director of the Djrp.it Observatory !Itl"ved princit's;:! (f our order'which are the shall apply to the Court of Probates of
    Sixteen, together with the Dwelling House thereon York. It is ordered that publication be made
    in which he announces that he cardnulinne. < of th? Clin.-t'Mn liinn-will I Franklin! County, Florida for )letter( ? of dismission -
    I II
    nifalterin ( and zeal : situated' all the premises thereto belonging ; once! week lor (the spirt: of tour months in (IheCommeroi.il -
    l hQ ndvocited with fidelity I from the estate of David C. Kolb deceased
    bas discovered the great- central sun or star The social and fri.n.Hy 1'1,1 ti mon? which rxi -l. which slid mortgage was given to secure the : Advert iser, a newspaper publishedin Administrator all V k M l lIfOR
    and lm
    nrouud which our solar systor.i, together demand at our hands eorre.-pondinq duties ind I payment "f three Promissory Notes of the following thin Circuit, requiring said defendants to appear as persons interested insaid -

    with the whole universe of stars, revolves. obligations ; they co'V-Untly) C III nion us (to I style and description: one dltt on ihe first t I and answer the Complainant's! Hill, other estate! are hereby iwtitled to file exceptions: .
    exerci Hencv lence and Clurily-Tempr.ince I, of of 135 :25 the will Be taken if an> they have, in Ihe manner and! %'rm required :! the cure of Disqsja, <)r ,
    Professor Mitchell says : diy July, IS 10, for the sum $ payable wise ume pro-confesso against :d;-r
    This discovery, the result of nUll'eals, and Fidelity-FaiKNDMiti', Lovi AND TuuniThese .- to John W. Babcock, or his order, with interest I I I bylaw. 1. IMZ* and I nervous H le;.d If'bf'. C c: '.M
    them.'V .
    tin'Urlied] virtiie and excellencies, JOHN GILL SHOPTERJIl'r. larra h f :. Jour. IlhuirriTi
    ; the first ) of IS I It I of like I. G. :M DAVIS, "n Gr'
    on day May, ; one ,
    and research has .
    toil been deduced 1 "
    of incessant: will) I b. the of I the t'dp'Jhllcalion I For f
    it object 11 IS :SO Cl-Gm sale "
    n'y.c. \\.I.t.- ,
    by a train of reasoning and an examination : t) inc-ilcate piiuury iipoa; the mind-i jlropo ana date and description, and for a like sum, )payiM" : Te-ite.) Solicitor for Complainant.WILLIAM ;1 _August__'__ ._____ __ Nov 5. J. ;' s.,. ,"drtr...,t1.

    of lids to be surpassed in h?.IH"; "' it* readers In us p tI.'S. th;' 0",1.1' will with interest, on t the first day of 1 October, 1-- VALLEAU, Clerk. "VTOTIC'E,-Siv months after public! Ton (.f _; ft',. J ., ,
    lha annals of science.scarcely ever had their great objects :nd, isiteresi.-f l liiht'ully aul: lastly, one dated on the siid first diy - advocated and zalonly supportedVhiIe its J H10, for the sum ot ft 135: 2.) payjbl.tnJ"h ; \V. II -Jackson--Circuit- --- -C-
    Guided by the reaeaichcs of the elder:. conductor. will. nv':t i carefully abstain t from t.i-ill those Bibcock, or his order, with interest, on the first SPRING nIUI: 1S1G. a final sNtlriner.f of the cf'riiinistrnfion: : of' ?th.. .
    Ucrschc as to the lizimol the stratum ot snt"ct3: WHICH produce ansjry ano vinicui ut'iutatioris day of !Sl'Jullof which. stuns make 't"1ILd
    May, ; up The Farmer? Bank of Virginia, ) estate of William Brvan. (Vct-a-sod, Intt: r.f said ----i. ..;-' r ''
    ,
    stars to which our sun belongs, Dr. Maeil- he will ever l b? fo-jnd rl'a.ly to defend the full sum of-4l3tJ3; 77, with interest at eight ELIJAH BRYAN I I 'forr- ,.
    i the iti-tn-ition to wh ch it is his pleasure i.nd Coin j''i't. 1 county. I .7J; "1. !:\"
    ler ns u first approvinntion), locates his privilege to belong, from all the tinjnt. attacks per centum per annum, until the said Notes arc vs. \ In Chancery. June 3TI, IQ it.:;. 2j-m: Adinini-. :',r. I :: ?A\ rncr.r or -no
    'I promised to bo paid. And that I will make -- -- ------- ------ --- -- --- rcsflclile! J
    somewhere -- -
    grand} centre near the Milky of !its ivposers; this will ev>r be done in the application Thomas M. White, Adiu'r, &c. j jct. u I\'Ci.lrv.
    ; to said Court at said Term, that you -Six months after[ dak-, 1 will apply fj' It
    I Wty.lint! spirit of kindness and charity al. Defendants. J NOTICE J \ found J
    The: OdJ IlIows'l.m.zine, will contain a and all persom claiming, or to claim by, through, ( IIoii. Probate C. urt ' as the milky divides the sphere appcari'ic to the Court by affidavit, that I .
    .
    way I p.reoI suth
    ,
    ?reat variety of interesting and ufful in utter, such or under you, may be for ever foreclosed and IT county, for a final discharge i from the administration (lie
    of the luMvetis into Robert w Williams, one of the defendants, I
    ; two inequal i pirts, he as moral tales, poetry, essays, tee-: and it will! en- birred of, and from you or their rights or equity of the estate of Amory Rogers, deceased I \ 4 j pIS:5lble limits of the of Florida
    that the centre must be searched for f Old resides beyond IIL- State i (It'fted
    argues dcavor to disseminate the true' principles of redemption in the said morticed: property. B. T. CARD, Adm'r.! t prnlCllI1 ," (
    in the untile( r of tin* two parts. Fellowship! with energy and zeal : no pains or expense JOHN %V. BABCOCK. to wit, in the State of Virginia. It is therefore BENJ. ELLISON, Agent.Apalachicola \" upon that Ill po

    Again, it has bee. shown that: our sun is will be spired to nuke it worthy of ihrpttrouae By his Atorney, orclm-il thai said defendant appear: and answer the \pril, Iblfi. 11. m _. .- first estabtisIn..t by lit
    not only of the members of the Order, said complainant's hill of complaint: within four ehratrd Dr.S .
    nearer, the southern i than t m northern side W.M.I G. M. DAVIS. t.'Id,
    but of the reading public generally Contributions months from the r ito of tiic' Gut publication ofthis t hilt a
    six
    After month'
    of clmLint
    of th* milky and I hence we must secured from of the.thlt l t Apalachicola! August 11, 1316. .111mCaasicory. NOTICE- publication
    way expect have already been in my t order, otherwise the s rid complainant's bill i ', shall apply to the Judge of Bar remedies would jiroduce a lnere.1
    to tiiii! the ure.it; centre not only in the smaller 'IIS in the country, and numerous others have
    iI In nf complaint shall[ be (taken as against the said Probate, for Franklin to be diVharccd speedy, and considerable effect, than
    of the heavens, hut also in the northern bejlished i\'n us leave and adorned to hope with that the our productionsof passes will he Pill-lr- \NKLIN CIRCUIT COURT. Robert W. Williams as and for> confessed, according from the administration county of the c3tat of OliverC. lent dose ot" any I single one.' Infant alt

    part of this smaller portion. gifted minds. The conductor will endeavor to Benjamin BUison: Guardian ol ?\hrir'trt't )) to the form of the Statute in such case made Raymond, late of said count, deceased. disease is entirely prevented l r'y its tlrnt

    Another approximation; to its position is make it all its most sanguine friends could possibly Eh; l Elizabeth and David and provided.: It is further ordered, That a copy. BEN. F. NOURSE, t ion. For sale b y .

    obtained by the learned author of this rein tl.-tre. 1)I Chur-'iill' itifant; children of of this order be published tn some newspaper March 28, IS It). Adm'r. de bOll i.. non. Nov i>. J. C. ALLEN, Driij4

    irk- 'bc! paper from an cxaillinltion: of i the The Ladies] will ever, we trust, find it a welcome D-uiil 1) Churchill, dcccl d. printed and published once a week for four months. -_. nCalsatQ or ,
    compinion in the parlour ur boudoir Xo vs. V Crow Bill. Dated this eight day of May, A. D. 1S4G.THO. :-Six months after date I will apply Literon.
    smi's: motion through space, and ln riMsons article will ever find a pi ice in its piea which Alphonse Loubtt, :in/l the Southern I DOUGLAS, Judge.A NOTICE Probate Court of Franklin County, A REMEDY rmolt perfect u sarf ?,,

    tint tht! paint in the heaven towardsvh. can tend, in the remotest decree, to raise a blush Life Insurance and Trust Com true extract from the minutes of the Court. for a final discharge from the administration and discovered in settled I Consumption ]
    the entire solar is i its is i up.>n the check of th? most fastidious. Complaint, or any of their
    system
    ur.iug way fine white pany. NATHAN WATSON CI rk. office of executor of the estate of David Richardson inciiueu) ton
    It will )b published monthly, on paper: the Chrono-Thermal '
    the poll) of a great c-ircle. within which the with entire new type. It will be embellished with appeirins to the satisfaction of the Court, C. II. DUPONT, Counsel and deceased. Doctor TAYLOR'S sjsttin, by it.

    circle about which the sun is revolving must i .MUravings and beautiful illustrations of important from affidavit made and filed, that the Southern 1 Solicitor for Compl't. E. B. '\ IITMARSIt.t'cb Genuine BALSAM celebrated Dediti

    bf. p..ictj'l.) .'!ices and events, bth in ancient and modern Life Insinnnce and Trust Company, o'ie of the I May 8, IS Jo'. ll1a '3t ''- 1m 21.1816. 8-m or Ln'F.n\\'oRT\\Lit.
    Tins subject has brit ably discussed byAr hi.Ioralld will be ail*rded to subscribers ut the defendants) In 1 the abovv bill I, i is located in) the. .. pares at 375 BOWER This plan tiffrrfl't
    '11l'HII'lIy low price of One Dollar! per annum, Territory of Florida, to witin Leon County, and Franklin Circuit Court. -- - - -- ---- now espoused by several eminent rhuii
    elinl-M' and hGrit, Strtive
    and! the
    ) 111 the Circuit
    : ; ,) IV Ihl>- I ill advance It will contain an equal' that t there i'u not any officer or director of said IN CHANCERY. Court for the County and has been for a long lime, !.! .'.? f'fi$
    point in qucsi; : : li.i> been ctiMiued to ;i of other similar periodicals! and of Jackson.WESTERN
    am! iu' u in liter to Institution i within( I t this Judicial District or whcic Mary Ann Rouen, ) unparalleled success which has attended ,
    very cb.t.: 'IIJJr.xilllti'Ju.i: I I I If I I Irom I f this vr u.vui i nstii PRICL: The members of th" order service can be made. It is therefore, ordered, vs. > Bill for Divorce. CIRCUIT. Taylor's medicine in ptrfrrining Us .
    ii -I 1 MiTtniiK-d l Ar elainlcr, ire very e.imssilv and respectfully requested to I.v which in
    t' Lit, lIy : (which is i IsC their I b'-t exertions to obtain subscribers! in that the said Southern Life Insurance and Trust John Rouen. ) CHANCERY. cure, laI1Yry nianv rl ;
    tliij i:.)n ii!t'II i uioii i I Hercules I ) as a pole, \V(> Uijir r-s.i-ctive n."igliborhoods! and Lodges Company answer the said bill of complaint or IT appearing from the affidavit of the Solicitor Tobia Lewh, been almo-t incredible, taut tie: r Nldt1sitt,

    dS'-riie! .1 _r"> it c-in-1-. it i um'is.'cis; the l'ii're, will ix. two volumesiif' tIt'! work published the same will be taken pro cotife, () against it, of the complainant, that the defendant, John *:01. V Ijjll for dlfN' t". the Doctor can bring forward art Irrtslotlij,

    t.jTi iSj'i '", r'n.j PMSu.: 'ilv" usm-i' :. that point ..i'-ii year t-iv I months to th volnnn ind that I his) order be published! in some newspaper Rouen, resides beyond the limit of the State of Martha Le\\i, ) we advise all who inay have cr..nd.s" t

    -3*ii: Mmii'd i"ir.-1 l" iin, : .. vi c p'.es! of Volume 1 for the i iSr.-t .-)months ; once a week (for four months. in Commercial Advertiser once a week for the: Letvis, the de'endaiit in the ab.csnir delay. Franklin says a .email it-akrS: .
    < :: iM" -Ji.lkywiy wMrcr to the
    nuii.I.'.iRS tw.'atrIhrl'p"omt': : and: forrwirv THOMAS DOUGLASS, space of four months, of the institution of this fisides beend the limits f.f{ the State, and I big ship." TlitrrfiTP cure >,."r ( .
    'H.'" i '."...fl 1 r.1 i : IN I n )I..t.\{:, rit'ty copies of the tir-t volnm-1! in lluState. lU
    of
    ., ((1't.-I e.) Judge. suit, re<|iiiririg,him to appear and answer to the | Noilh( Carolina ; It is ordered your I lungs are past cure. 1r "ale hy
    H (\'" -i>.t d.% Lt t i o I '!>'>rovim: iti.m! : to .viii !! M r.It -inlo J-iviucing toe price to tcmrycrr before That the said Mui tha Lewis do J. C.LLF.
    WILLIAM VAT.LEATT, Clerk. said billon or I the first day of (October next, appear and pleadto :, pr re .'mr1r"lIt.t.kc
    t'1e g1'; ::ii j :t' .It. *1. prusec all'i the icsaarch :1'.1'. < w'n .if-f'r: it cri s-ib-cribe! for hth01- Apjlachicnh) August IS, IS 10. 32-1 mIn or the same will he taken as confessed against answer the bill filed in I this cause, on or before \ ;

    l b. m '*!.+4 u' jjj"* f lt"I'r; ')'ion of f iljf .1; -, t f-ti! t'i': .;.' ir, bv t'or-v irJmg double! the him, and such further order made in the promises: the fourth Monday November next or that CAL'TIO-The t r.ull.c 1)of".Jr TAT

    jGxeSt! .r$, ..IJ..ait] $ m"I iv = "1.11.! 'If .!!j'}'' Ill '11-! '.:- ; .) T-i': pi ice is unexampled Chancery.FRANKLIN as to the Court may seem proper the same be taken as confessed : Prc\id<*
    eat stars, wi leiritit! I fi'ids ;.),nit vim-! -,ntjs .N- : .I''i in-! ,_y .u' i. '"'. '/1' j'jlications.v $. G. Bill CIRCUIT COURT. (A Copy-Teste.) a copy of this order be published once a week, "plendid steel plate cnsrmmg tolerfeits I rm :.
    t'j all! the c'n.L'iarj ., l l.r"= .1f"I! bydiscovery 01- i !r--"j j ;b .!I i'ect.t: to the editor P.I.ij ; Henry Guyon, )V of for Inju-.ction executon WM. VALLEAU, Clerk. for three mouths previous to the day aforesaid,m signed Gurdon J. I.l"Itil;
    .'' .' O ;ij] it tu: new Uook tflore of the vs. Trust and Relief.: the Commercial Advertiser lie and :
    published \ dangerous imitati'
    '. \rvaiio1.jrFiii James C. Boote. May Ii:);, IS 16. 20-tin at Apa, i j> .J j rt
    Jrtad -'I eretiry, l I M) FKow.llall: Xurth Sixth j lachicola. cautioned
    GEO. S.
    HAWKINS not to purchase
    smou-ievs in thf')llnvpronounce ) -:r..t't, ui.l: at .\*J. ll'J Ciw"lnll1lrpf'l.t.TI1ROPHILUS appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, CHAMBERS or doi
    IT MARCH 23, l1iJ6. Judge of the Western Circuit. protected h> the r. S. Copy R tt.lI.lf.3.
    FIriK. ,
    ic i by affidavit filed in this that James C.
    1.UI: u4 : cause, .
    Circuit Court Franklin County. August 21, 1113.! aug2.>G3-3rn. March 21. 1845. 1'Mv
    .
    Plli."l'ti. I.t I"I'}
    ,. : : : > v Hoote, one of the defendants resides the
    1 tleore: the t'1.( 1 1*-* to -- -- ------ beyond I Hezekiah Nash, >

    :, 11p' 1*1Hrii'w; : ; 1)[ iv tin-. ,.f ii i < I l of the State of Florida, but within the vs. 5 I'ctit'00' to foreclose inort- Notice. TarraiitVs ircrvcscent StiAperient.

    _ :!a i-ivc-l! hh.' 't;'.- .t'.:. :.on' .-, j ii i iOI11 V J pjwiODiuLs.RKPUIJLICATION \ S United States, to wit, in the State of Louisiana. Sidney R. Ford and > gage. B V viiiue of a decree rendered at the Sprin .

    tUdk7, w.,y, nid;,! AUyc-ic. : :as ihc i !Itvi 1 t.1I| It is ordered, that publication be made once a Elizabeth A. I F'erd.TUFIt1S \ itim, 1S1G, "t( Franklin Circuit Court, in I HEALTH RENEWED, :ar.l a! t-_
    week for four in
    months the Commercial Adver- :
    -r 'fit!:" f J.\j.\ .. II. 1:11": i1,. d. Ohir-, : OF a petition has been this day filed the ''.HP of John Payne vs. Benjamin Ellison. CIf\dHi'.n! i'l !!>.!*
    user, a newspaper; published;; in the city of Apa. V in the Clerk's office of the Administrator, &c. of David D. Churchill I by the vte vf TRT'S EFI
    ( .)::1:',: i: C. pr"h.IIJilit) of ieiu: 5'iie L;> .i .J)1I ifeii.trt rly ftevicw, achieoli, requiring the said James CBoote to Circuit Court of : and F.IIVI
    [ .. '' I Franklin County, to foreclose moitgagc of certain Guardian, ad lilym, of the infant heir of -an!I SELTZER APERIENT.
    T:;? li-: o i: .d j s.in. I Tii E.liul)11-! ,'jc, appear and answer Ihc said bill of complaint or
    household furniture, made and executed in Deca. j Churchill, will be sold oti the first Monday i This preparation is nn \:.lIv .11(!< ..
    f'a '.nil of riMsonin, ,) which I iiill; I1nl1 IC PDI'cii.pl; tiBitrtcrJy Review, lie same will be taken pro confesso against him. I'
    tur county. Georgia, on the 28th day of August, November nest, at publicfluction, in 'front oj'lln the moiit popular lemcdy of the ;ire'
    on''JM.U; I U explain i I), he Ii.d.1 r ill. probabli: 1'JIC %Vestsiiitistcr IJcvic\v, THOMAS: DOUGLASS, I in Ihe
    and it of Exchange, the
    1SJJ I; appearing to the satisfaction theCotnt cit% of Apalachicola, the lol-( preventiin and cure of Indir'and )
    )Inr\lIJ'\ nf this great central star to he six ifho'isan ANDRL.tCKWOOD'S WILLIAM(T Me.ViM.n.vf) Clerk. Judge. by the affidavit i t of t the petitioner i t (that I the lowing real property wit ; three eighths (J-&) Liver C'llcII'Iaihliln.uf Weak .

    : ; ) Iths of'iiiie second of aie, and, its I E II\BUICGII .\Ap-iliclncoli ,ust bI'-ILi. 3'3-lm defendants Sidney R. Ford and Elizabeth .\. Ford part of Lot Nos. six and thirteen ((6 and 13)) in achf, HtTirti urn, habitual Coslivtnf.i'(

    (tistIIC'' to lie t tlihty: four millions I of times I .' JI.GAZI E. reside beyond! t tho limits 1 1 of t the Slate of Florida : Block B, front range, in the plot of said city,, Traveller* and residents in warm tl ir 4

    th>. d'Mance: of ihe MIJ: or so remote that Tile above Periodicals aiv reprinted in New- In Hie Western Circuit of riori 11. It i is ordered: that aid defendants do appear and with the buildings thereon ; alio, all (Ihe right} find it a J'VirabJe article} ; it I'rtttht!,aI.. ;

    lisht with a velocity of twelve millions of York, immediately on tlwir arrival by the British FIL\ KLLN CIRCUIT COURT. file their objections if they have any, within 15 title and interest of the late David I). Churchill I fJiubticn: of bile, M pcrlable, ant (lie n.

    miles ]JI)ur iniunte, requires period! of five .te.itners, in a beautiful clear type, on fine white Raphael J. Mo*tially ci'iivei.iert.. f

    .hiiirJrm;: 11! an 1 thirty-seven, years to pass; from : u:>er, and are taitniul copies of the originals of f John Lock, deceased, I of this Court, otherwise siid petition shall betaken in front of said city of Apalachicola, generally have frojtent: OCC.iSibti 'for gentle ard c.

    t;, r 'll centre to our sun. BL.\.CKWOOD' MAGAZINE being an exact lac vs. pro confksso; provided I that due publica- known as Long WhaiI," together with all (lh purgatives; 'hey will tike: flit apericttifereumee
    % simile of the Edinburgh edition. James A. Ab rn, AdminiaLrutor! tc- j iou of this order be made in the Commercial. improvements ap'pendant or appurtenants> t thereto to any" 01 her. Sold \I.Ios.s1eanIrtl.

    iliices Asa firt rou 4l h approximation: he de- The wide-spread fame of I these splendid Peri- of Latham Bibcock, d ce:ted. J j jimitd Advertiser of Apalachicola, once a week for two I Terms cash. Nov 5. J C- ALLEN, Drczi.t.i ,

    the period of revolution of our sun, dicals renders it needless to say much in their IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, months, successively. (A Copy-Teste.) CARAWAY SMITH,

    with all)I its train I of planets, satellites anti praise. As literiry organs, they stand 'far in advance that one ot the defendmtu in the above suit, WM. VALLEAU, Clerk. Master in Chancerv.Apahchicola DR. FEUCHTWANGER

    comets about the giand centre, to be eighteen of any works of a similar stamp now published to wit, Hilliard Babrock, resides" beyond the limits April IS, 1 IS_!ii 1:?;. ___ lb'3m"XT : Sept.. 13, 1916. 3ilin. 8colicotoxicoii 01PoisolU
    --
    : millions( two hundred thousand! years. while the political complexion of each is of the State of Florid, in parts unknown to : c i f A M f;EKsT M ARCH 113, I"-'W. State Tax -Collector's- -- --- -

    The as.-endini) ; node of the orbit is ((1810)) in irked by a dignity, candor and forbearance not the complainant. It i is ordered, that said defend : Franklin Circuit Court.IN Sale, Insects.
    in J36 degrees, 53 minutes nf longitude, and olten fixr.id: in worki of a party character. ant do appear and ;ana.*'or (to said bill of complaint i CHANCERY. BY virtue of the power vested in me by law,, JUST received per brig Pioneer, wL ch:
    I shall for sale, before the CourtHouse .
    the sun reach this point A, L). 15.3,500, They embrace the views of the three great by the first Monday in D. celTlbcr. 1S1G, Alphonse Loubat, expose I applitd, iiMr.ediaMy ttr'!
    \\il otherwise door in (lie county Cilhoun, on the first t Rats, Mice, Cockroaches, llII! xinilKJ
    parties in I same will l be taken confess
    ,
    or in o-ie hundred and thou- England-Whig, Tory, and Radic.L.Backwood pro
    vs.
    .t1'1'1 ft-twu [ and I the London) provided, that publication of this order be madein [ 1 Mondiyin November next, (Ihe following property &c Also Fly Paper, for the destruction
    Quarterly W.
    .In.l 1 six tinndrudaud) a IeTOI't. George Harrison and Margaret ""
    : sixty much thereof will for
    sale
    years. or so as pay the State by J. C. /\
    some p-iblic printed' in this Circuit
    /\1 ttit.c numbers, are given as (first rl hppr.Xijl.tlions. \Vestinimter, ; t'lu" Edinburgh," Uidical.Review The, Whi-' .; and t the week (lor lour paper lnonth3.J oncea Emma Harrison his wife tax due on the same for the year 1 IS.13:-The SW ; June 6-
    The author of this Foreign Quarterly David G. Raney and Harriet F. section S3 3 1
    township the
    ) won- THOMAS J lange joining
    i is DOUGLASS
    ------- -- purely literary, devoted '
    lerfnl being principally Raney, his wife; Joseph Hudson town of lola west and the D..lIgs IVIcdiciiies, df.
    tli ory it before the world, Trte. on the Apalaclucoli
    rlro'w criticisms ( ) "
    : to on foreign Continental Works. Jud LARGE
    and declars will WILLIAM Alexander McAlpin and River on the east, purporting to belong to H. V. A and fresh supply cf Dmj
    : yield it The VALLE.YT ClcrK.
    on of ,
    II the
    nl
    r tllt CO/1cj. prices -PRl 1"$ are less than cines .
    Ogden Haggerty, of Bill &c. consisting in uftlx
    Assignees
    to foreclose Snell. W part
    Alo, | SEt section 11, 1
    | township
    tion! I thai: one single star lie one-third of the Apalachicola, August IS, lSIt3.33.4inJohn ,
    ca-i
    by foreign copies, and while
    --- JUI, (theyare -- ----- Laverty, Cutter & Co.; James mortgage range 8, N and W; N E } section:23, township I, trig articles :-50 doz CaMor Oil, qt pK-?
    4, ally: :trdUi'iier, within -JO or :J3 decrees of: eiually well not up, they afford all t the advantage W. Babcock } A< umpsit ur. Attachment. Bogart and John N. Hawthorn, on lots rangeS, N and W; fractional section 21, ditto pts; 5 bx. Houck's Panacea ; 10 his Otiu.

    his rc.lr centre, in which a well determinednntion to the .'lmericall'N the English reader. vs. V Sum sworn to $'Jlt) 25. Da- constituting the firm of Bogart Nos. 9 and 3G, ditto :35, purporting to belong to Thomas M. .10 kegs Epsom Salts ; 10 bbls Copptn*;

    towards /iorf'icxUts.' Hi theory TERMS.PAYMENT Wm. II. Kelton, ) magel $ OUO 00. & Hawthorn ; David Maitl.ind\ 12 in block Bush, joining the lands of Mrs. Thomas and the: Gum Opium; 20 Ibs Sulphate Qninire;'

    indicates tInt the ;proper in.ition of all stars TO BE MADE IN ADVANCE. THE defendant and all others interested, are David S. Kennedy, Henry LaEI, in the Apalachicola: River. Also, -10 acres land purport- London Mustard Herbs of all kin&;

    ilU-le'l 1 must be towards the soui/t. Such t'or any one of the four Re\'iews.:.i1uJU( annum. notified of the institution: ( of (rile verty, James S. Dranden and city of Apalachicola. in? to belong to James Hudson, joining James Nutmegs; 15 lix: Starch ; 20 bx<. LeW.' &
    per
    is a brief iuitI brie of i the wounderful, facts For any two, do. 5,0:) I above suit, commenced by attachment issued Hamilton Murray, eorutituting Nil!"* land and the Armona, No- not known. 10 kegs PearlasL ; 2 gross Sri lldz ari.

    announce.1 by Dr. J eadler. The entire For any three, do. 7.00 out.of the County Court of Franklin County, in the firm of Br '> '

    ;paper; will be ; and in For all four ol the Reviews, 8,00 'c the late Territory, now Slate.of Florida, return- Crumby and -- Dra'i joining Sarah Nail's and (the Armona, Turpentine and a geiural aorfretnf ci a.
    the Sidcrial Messenger.t.an.J.lteL pnblhet I for Hlaek wood's Magazine, 3,0'J)' 4' able to the May Term IS J 11-and that said biiit per, constituting the No. not known. Also, the land, purporting o des in tIe; Drug line for Ctiitr' :> MiR-f

    FIr HUck\Vi aad the four Reviews has bi-en by operation of law transferred to the Crumby & Draper ; Wilson belong the Apalachicola Land Crmptrivlicm.; Planters :and PJ.\' ician F'J: -ii' I'J .
    Circuit Court of said County, in the We terti Circuit and Gale, visible f in the: <*unty if Calhoun, bounded east MartS! I l'H.. F At!'
    COMPLIMENT TO MA !UCn J 1'TT3.The 10,00 : by the _ _ _ _ _
    and
    that declaration of the firm of ;
    CLU 3ING. a hath been filed in )partners Wilson, I Apaiachvula( River, andtst L>y Olfl River, -
    I I
    \VaddyThompson, nf South Caroli said cau- and they arc !1Irr.hrC'Jllired to appear Gale & Co. and James Brown. J I j I know} as- 'rJ's! Wind, and pitti F"..rbeur I Slunk Books ni4lMiliocf.!

    in, I.IteluHstcr, to Mexico, in his recently Four copies of any or all ot I the above works; and plead to I the s 1" i c 'ore the December IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, j ch:1c. ISAAC JACKSON, Sheriff J ELGEUS, J.'urn.ls, 1) .\ Cr-. ..v &>

    jMiMisbf.,1 war:", uijtiiicd .Recollections ofMe.ic. will be sent to one address on payment of the regular Term next, o; v' ..uurt, or judgementbv that te:: above named defendants not reside i :and ex-oiSrio Tax Collector, Calhcxin Co. J 53 reams FooNran -. ..i."If'? ac:.

    .>," pays the following distinguishedcvnplitiisiu I bein gratis.subscription for thit-e-the fourth copy default will be given a aiiM! tJiemWM. : within the State of Florida, but within the May 30, 1S40. 235ri Cotton ) (:,)'rsf',i'jri !t; '." :

    : : to Massachusetts : : G. M DAVIS, United States; It is therefore ordered, that publication Ship and Rvr F. .- l-ichrg;
    "MexicorrtS colonized just one hundred I (icj-: Remittances and cain nut:\i Cat loris must be Attorney for Plaint: be made in the Commercial Advertiser, Scale Tax: CoSiector's Sale. L'coaks: tor Lfl-r>! I'ress.

    _"e."s before Massachusetts. Her first set ers.made-The in all former cases without rn.. always expense be done to the publish, Aapalaclucol.1. ,. 1', ISlb. 3'2-3m..: once a week, for t the space of four months, of the I. FIRST MONDAY IN DECEMBER, ISiG. .Ela1kBn 'f Ilx: .. ., p.c.
    y --- --- -
    -
    through a -- -- --- --- --- institution of said uit, requiring them to appear virtue :l the power \ested in me by law, I Just icccived ard ir "j'.i 1 Lv
    tlors were the noblest! sPirits of Spain in her Post-ma- by liniJin{ him the amount to be In the Circuit Court of Hie Western and answer to the slid bill of foreclosure on or .1 BY shall poie for: sale before the Court i louse March 1 l' .* ABE!:
    Augustin age, 1119 < )p.icli of Cervantes, Car remitted, liking his reeeipt and firvvardmj the Circuit. _
    the door
    before expiration of that time or said bill in the town of Marsamu, Jackson 11
    tes, Pizirro, Columbus Gon7.alv.ide receipt by mail, Post-paid : or the money"'may STATE OF county AND OILS' -50 kegs Xo t
    Cordova FLORID
    JACKSON
    COUNTY.: will br taken as con 'e. ed against (them and such Florida, on the first Monday in December next, PAINTS: d
    : Cardinal; ) Zimenes, and the great and I ba enclosed in a letter, Post-Paul, directed to I Benjamin Wynn and Caroline] further order given in the premises as to the the following properly,or so much thereof a* \\ill : JO galls Winter J.amp Oi3 01I!;
    [Isabella. Massachusetts the publishers. %v. Wynn his wife, late Court the Lirs.- Oi! : 50 bxs asserted ( ass;
    poor was settled by may: s-t-m meet. pay State and County Taxes due thereon t for I
    N. B.-The Postage on all I these Periodicalis line Watson, .A ly ; 100 ;aborted P.tint 15ruslic-lj Buck
    I
    the poor Pilgrims of Plymouth, who carried I caro-I (A Copy- l>stc.) the year 1815 :
    reduced by the late Post-Office law, to about of James Watson Spanish Brown, Yellow Ochre, Green
    ,
    WILLIAM! 320 2d
    with them nothing but their own hardy virtues VALLEAU, Clerk. acres rate land-Nos. not known-purporting
    one third the former ratrs making! a very important .. Complainants. I IVt. March 20 received and for sale by
    IS 1 6
    and indomitable Mexico -12-1 m to belong to Coonell & Mills. 4jlL:
    energy. with):I saving in the rxpc-ne t'. mail subscribers. March 1 H. F.
    ii rich soil adapted to the production of In all tht Franklin SO? acres of 3d rate land belonging to John
    every 11 principal cities and towns Walter Robinson and Allen II. Circuit Court. Davis. Cabinet Work SIiop.
    thing which out of the earth and I tJiauafhoitt the United States to which Bash FRANKLIN( COUNTY FLORIDA.
    grows there i. (m Executors of J--tcob Rlinoi ->- 120 acres of 3d rate land belonging to the estate THE subscriber is new jie.
    possessing every metal; used by man-Massachusetts direct Rail-Road or IVater communication from p : il-ceasod! ; Richard II Benjamin! Gri.Tn! ) of Levin Brown, and the or tel"
    I 16th to manufacture
    adjoining ,
    section new
    with sterile soil and un!enial I the city i of /Yew- York, these periodicals will bt L-nS ; S.in.i.l. L fje, ,,lu: ns Shef In Chancery. vs. V Foreclosure of Mortgage: at Brown's Ferry. a* 1*| Furniture with prvmpth

    dim tie, and no single) article fur exportation delioi-'red FREE OF POSTAGE. rill',t' J.0'k! ")n C.'ii.fy! and as .lamps Y Smith. > 320 acres of 2d rate land belonging to the estateof patch, and solicits the patronage of hiS oW.

    ; but ice aol 1 rock-how have these blessings LEONARD, SCOTT, &, Co., PnnlifiPM' gui'lj' ':x.Otti'jO Admi'jiitrrt'or: !, THE defendant and all others are hereby noti William Banks. in?) Customers, and hopes by stric s8'' .
    June 13. 2l-Gm I 112 Fnlr-n t.. V.....v .I, oil! Jacob A. Blacluvell, de- that the petition to foreclose mortgageof
    profusely given by Providence! been the defendant his 327 acres of 1st rate land: belonging to David orders to gain some nconet
    interest
    P'MIAI :nl 1 Wilie P. Clark, on in the steam boat Gertman. PETER ao-

    fJverr.o.ne improved on on the the other one 1Vllat hand and is obstacles now the JUST; received liinnbcr.50,0JU( feet Yellow Pine Lnm dlc tin own'ail dlhm rihtVilliuu II. Bush, 'the Albany Clerk, has of this said day Court been, and filed.that in judgment the office will of L r chomb 320 acres of 2d rate land belonging to .Ma I- (OJ- Shop in third story of Brick BuIW
    \
    respective condition of the two countries ? assorted qualities. Also, on hand 0,00r !I., Joriatlra-i) Davis and inJ be prayed. for at the next fall term of said Court. Gilchrist. ncr Chestnut and Water sts.

    In productive.industry, wide-spread diffusion I feet \Vhite Pine.assarted from f to 2 inch, which Co., Delendmfs. A. G. SEMMES, Hannan.160 acres of 2nd rate land belonging to Henry ,
    Iron &e
    - knowlelge.. )public insiituli-ins of every will be sold low. for' the cash, byPETER HOBART. IT appe..riUI to the satisfaction of the Judge:, June 11, IS 16. 21-lm Att'y for'Pertioner.. 80 acres of 2d rate land belonging to James subscribers,have Nails on ,hand aad "

    kind), general happiness and continually in- N<> Lumber will be delivered from the yard. by the Am.-t wit of the Complainant- Benja Jackson Circuit. Court. Mont fort. THE and retail, low for C3Sl"

    cretin : prosperity ; in 'letters, arts, in.irals. after this t (1 at. unless paid for, or written ordofron r mi.Wynnf, fil"d herein that one of'the said de-: Hughjpears, I I SO acres of 2d rate land belonging to Washing 20 tons assorted Iron ; 50 kegs assort ,
    defendant, to wit: Jonathan( LDavi3is a non-resi i- Petition for Foreclosure of F ,
    ton 50
    religion ; ilr every thing which makes a people a respoasibleparson. March 23 Mayo. kegs Spike, Wrought and Cut,
    : great there i is not m the world such a --.-- dent of (the S'ate of Florida, but resides- in the Robert 'V./ Halsted. ) Mortgage. i ito acres ,of 2d rate land belonging to Henry Sheet and Boiler Iron

    Cornlllnf.tveUhIassilchnwu.I, ; t(.. 'flier'- Flavouring Waters.tf.'aMriin $tate It i is of Gellr ia. THE defendant' will take notice that at the i & Dudly Peoples. Hollow Ware, a general assortment,

    sin; i iil! look nt her! and Mexico"riy A )t jut rsrcived, and for'sale hy .. Davi ordered, do, that (the and said Defendant said, Jonathan Com.plainartt' Term, 181G of the Circuit Court for: 40 acres: of 3d rate land, belonging to Wiley! Sugar and Coldren Kettles,

    Nov 2f J. C. ALLE.N, Drussist.J ._ appear answer Jackson County, I will apply.to.the- said Court Stewart. Cook and Parlor Stoves, Sad Irons,

    .n t1t tI will, direct; : n* to ,be particularlys Congress Spring Waterr hah bp taken Bill, within three months, or the same for a judgment of foreclosure, of a certain mortgage 80 acres of 3d rate land belonging to G. G.Windha'm. Blacksmith's Tools, Hardware,
    i as confessed as to him : Provided, .
    cL1 I il of t.t i ..IIII''Hh i tjie least !;r r received schr. and for sale b that due of executed by him to the plaintiff on the 1st) Britannia and Jappand Wares Brass
    appearince > per LeRoy V publication be made this Order in I
    of January 18.15.on two elaves'named 160 acres of 1st rate land. Fire Dogs, Shovels and
    ,
    f Allen and I belonging to John Tongs
    : .neglect I nu)s Who have lately fliCi: Marc? 21 J.. C. ALLEN.NowiU's some newspaper printed in this Circuit, once a I I H. Wilson. Hooks and Thimbles Pump Bc
    Beny. A. H. BUSH. Blocks

    with foriuneaij.l :
    ansunk' in life. Such week for three months sivelv.
    fucce
    # -, Attorney for Petitioner. SAMUEL STEVENS Sheriff and Marlin Spun Yarn Manilla andIlePC
    )pe/isons are apt to think tlieimelvus'slighted. Honey of Liverwort, THOS. DOUGLAS, Judge. MariannaJuly 13. '1846, .28-4io. ex-officio Tax Collector Jackson County. Anchors, Pitch, Oakum, Tar Coal Tat'I'

    when no .such tiling is intended. 'FJiejtzzt2rILls.'lt : I FJ'l Cou'h*, Colds Asthma, Spittini; of I SrEPHKNs &, BAKER Per JOH '. ..MYRICK Turpentine, Sperm and Linseed Oil)
    Deputy.
    ) and aIr 1 he affections the Lun oI Comphinant'a Solicitors. Clover Seed. ttt
    feel the least Marianna June Paints and Pump
    and
    zfl:; aln'-iily 'ore rub 1184(5.: !( 24-ts Brashes Ringing
    leading to Consumption, warranted to' ba compos NATHAN S. WATSON, Clerk of .
    ,
    large.Red Northern lover Malts
    \1 $ JrfrV. \0,1$ who would be so cruel A.FEV.pounds Pumps and Buckets
    : .
    ed vt-gelabla substances only for saly by By S. BRYAN, Deputy Clerk. -
    n'JJ by. I I '( fartini ue,) for sale by Tin and Sheet Iron W re.
    a/Hcteii/ ? -- TAMARINDS
    99 to_. -- augU' J. C. ALLEN. hriann3, Aug 5, 191(3.( anglS :3-3m April .1 II. F. 1, &
    ;.Ja'.A-: .-.., .!' .- \ gr. '. .. ADJUL. I H..F. ABELL. March: 1 4 ROBERTS, -rJ .

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