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SYDNEY GREEN, M. D.
y be found at his residence, cornel- of
d High streets, opposite Whe Mansion
Nov S.


Waittoint EfectfasR.

;-Loclikhart & Young,
COMMISSION and FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
N o. 53 Watei" street,
nov21 .._ Apalachicola, Fla


When across the infant features
Trembles the faint dawn of mind ;
When the heart looks from the windows
Of the eyes that were so blind ;
When the incoherent murmurs
Syllabele each swaddled thought,
To ih fond Oar of affection
With a boundless promise fraught,
Kindling great hopes for to-morrow
From ithat dull uncertain ray,
As by glimmering of the twilight
Is foreshown the perfect day-
It is well we cannot see
What the end shall be.
When the boy upon the threshold
Of his all-comprising home
Parts aside the arm maternal
That enlocks him ere he roam ;
When the canvas of his vessel
Flutters to thle favoring gales,
Years of solitary exile
Hid behind its sunny sails;
When his pulses beat with ardor,
And his sinews stretch for toil,
And a hundred bold emprises
Lure him to that eastern soil-
It is well we cannot see
What the end shall be.
When the youth beside the maiden
Looks into her credulous eyes;
When the heart upon the surface
Shines too happy to be wise ;
He by speeches less than gestures
Hintetlh what her hopes expound,
Laying out the waste hereafter
Like enchanted garden ground d ;
HIe may palter-so do many:
She may suffer-so do all;
Both may yet, world-disappointedl
This lost hour of love recall-
It is well we cannot see
What the end shall be.
When the altar of religion,
Greets the eatpectant bridal pair:
When the vow that lasts till dying
Virbrates oni the sacred air:
When man's lavish protestations
Doubt of after-change defy,
Comforting the frailer spirit
Bound his servitor for ay ;
When beneath love's silver moonbeams
Many rocks in shadow sleep
Undiscovered till possession
Shows the dangers of the deep-
It is well we cannot see
What the end shall be.
Whatsoever is beginning
That is wrought by human skill.
Every daring emanation
Of the mind's ambitious will;
Every first impulse of passion,
Gush of love, or twinge of hate;
Every launch upon the waters,
Wide horizoned by our fate:
Every venture in the chances
Of life's sad, oft desperate game,
Whatsoever be our motive,
Whatsoever be our aim-
It is well we cannot see
What the end shall be.
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Francis iKopman,


ik. N. 1lcKay,
SCO-MMISS [ON MERCHANT,
Nb. 40 Water street,
Sept 21, 1816 Apalachicola, Florid-.


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TV] APALACHICOLA,


!come. The eyes of the world were directed
to France, and few men even knew that
such a place as Ealswinton Loch existed.
A few years afterwards, h stranger from
America, Fulton by name,....a ttil and slen-
der, but well-formed man," happened to be
in Paris while Napoleon was meditating his
invasion of England ; and it is said that the
Ai'leican offered to build vessels which
would carry the invading Frenchmen over
to Sussex from Boulogne. He was allowed
to make experiments, which did not suc-
ceed. The Boulogne army never crossed
the English Channel, but marched into the
heart of Ehirope, to fight and gain the bat-
tles of Austerlitz and Jena. Fulton, how-
ever, crossed the Channel, and obtained
from Symington, on the Fourth and Clyde
Canal, an explanation of his mode of pro-
pelling vessels. He then returned to his
home in the new world; and while Napo-
leon was issuing his notorious Berlin de-
cree, the first steamboat of Fuulton was
navigating the Hudson. In 1811, when the
"Grand army" of France was preparing to
invade Russia, the first British steamboat
was launched near Glasgow by Henry Bell;
and while the old power of the sword was
expiring in convulsions amid the Russian
snows, the new power of steam was trying
its youthful strength on the waters of the
Clyde. The agents of civilization "have
their exits and their entrances, and each
one in its turn plays many parts."
Since that time the progress of steam-
navigation has been swift and sure. It has
had the freest and fullest scope; for it has
been fostered and pi'romoted by a rapidly-
growing intercourse between all the nations
of the earth, and has been neither checked
nor stayed by the evil spirit bof war. in
1815, three steamers belonged to England,
and in twenty years that number was in-
creased to three hundred and foriy-four.
The Red Sea was navigated by steamers,
bearing the Indian mails, in 1834; in 1838,
the Atlantic was crossed for the first time
by steam; in 1840, the line of mail stea-
mers between England and America com-
menced to run; and in 1842, the steamer
Forth, bearing the mails, departed for the
first time from Southampton for the West
Indies.
Raili'vay travelling, which is one of the
most important influences of the present
day, is even younger than steam-navigation.
During the last century several tramways
were constructed, but they were all short
lines, generally in the neighborhood of coal-
works, wrought by horses, and used only
ror the conveyance of minerals. The idea
of using the power of steam to propel car-
riages *as suggested by many scientific
meu. Symington constructed a model of a
steam-carriage, which he exhibited in Edin-
burgh about the time that he was engaged
in the experiment that led to the construe-
tion of steam-ships. But nothing of a prac-
tical or public kind was done until the year
1804, when Mr. Trevithiek constructed a
locomotive, which was thade to run on a
railway at Merthyr Tydvil, in Wales. *In
the same year Napoleon was invested with
the imperial crown. It was not, however,
fill a quarter of a century had passel away
that locomotives were extensively used on
iailways. The line between Liverpool and
Manchester, the first of importance, was
opened on the 15th of September, 1830.-
The affairs of the world presented an ap-
pearance on that day very different from
that which they wore when Trevitiek tried
his locomotive in the principality of Wales.
The Emperor of France had lost his crown
and his empire, and had been lying for nine
years in a quiet grave in a solitary island of
the sea; the elder family of the Bourbons,
who had succeeded him, had been deposed
in the "three days" of 1830; and Louis
Philippe, once a schoolmaster, had been
crowned king of the French. The reign of
railways and that of the present French king
commenced together, and both have been
highly instrumental in preserving the peace
of Europe.
The railway system may be said to be
only now emerging from a state of infancy,
and acquiring some definite form and char-
acter. The line between London a~nd
Birmingham, and by it to Liverpool, Man-
chester, and Preston, was fully opened in
1838; London and York were joined in
1839, and the communication was extended
to Newcastle in 1843; London and Bristol
were connected in 1841; Manchester was
connected with Leeds in 1839; Dublin with
Kingston in 1824, and with Drolieda in
1843; Glasgow with Ayr in 1839 with
Greenock in 1841, and with Edinburgh in
1842; Dundee with Arbroath in 1840; and
Edinburgh with Berwick-upon-Tweed in
1846. The influence of railways, therefore,
only commenced in the second quarter of
this century; and though we have seen
thfir influence productive already of many
changes, yet it may be fairly excepted that
greater changes are yet to come-changes
which shall carry society nearer and nearer
to peace and order, and cause wars and
tumults to exist only in the phases of past
history.
The electric telegraph, which has already


Seffected what ten years ago would have been
r ridiculed as impossible, was patented only in
/1837, and was not introduced on railways
until a few years after that time.
SIGNs.-It is a good sign to see a man enter
your sanctum with a friendly greeting-
Here's two dollars to pay for my paper.'
t It is a bad sign to bear a man say he is too
poor to take a paper-and ten to one he
Carries home ajug of brandy that cost him
; a dollar.
It is a good sign to see the color of health
n in a man's face.
S It is a bad sign to see it all concentrated
d in his nose.
It is a good sign for a man to advertise it
d the newspaper.
:I i ,I ba d sign for the sheriff to advertise<
for him.


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WM.
Gr- May
Centre an
I-House.


isiu ss io director,

S. M1. Nickerson,
LER IN CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, CAPS, &c.
No. 1 Columbus Block,
c 12 Apalachicola,. F-a.
les Rogers John Munn. Eugene W. Rogers.
Chas. Rogers &,Co'.'
COMMISSION r1E1C HANTS,
Water street,
e 12 Apilachicola, Fa.


Irofrssional Notices.


[From the N. O. Picayune.]
A MEXICAN JOAN OF ARC.
The well known Army correspondent, of
tri^NY. Spirit of the"Times, "G. de L."
rv oallsows in relation to a female Wh'
figured in the ttilW of Monterey:
"It is state atnd generally believed hait
a company o fc= s was commanded by 4'
woman. Her namerfs Dos Amades. SeiZed'.
with a patriotic spirit, she unsexed heridlf.
and dressed in a full suit of a captain' f
lancers; she desired to be led against I (
foe; and swore that she would never yield
until the 'Northern barbarians" wer6'dAWei
from her natal land, or until sleo had stid
the lasf drop of blood in defence of her'da--
tive country. Previous to our attack, slif'
was paraded before the troops, and greatly
excited and augmented their courage. She'
harangued them and desired to be posted
at the spot where the first shot should'aU,'
and where the thickest of the battle should
wage. It is reported that on the 21st sh.
led the charge of lancers which proved fatal
to some of our command-among the niiu-
ber the lamented Field. There's an exam-
ple of heroism worthy the days of old! IC
has remained for Mexico to produce a se-
cond Joan of Arc, but not like her, suc-,
cessful. I would have given a great death
to have seen her ladyship."
The adventures of this girl, who ,a; said,
ito be the daughter of a former Governor of
Nueva Leon, were the common talk at
Monterey a few days after the battle. It
was said that, fatigued and ivorn out by bet'
exertions, she knocked at the window of a'
house in the Calle de Morelos on the night
of the 23d September, not knowing that
sbioe of Hay's Texans had picked their way
into the very room. The lady of th, house,'
who was an intimate friend of the girl,
quietly told her this circufistance, when she
rehmounted her horse and rode towardathe"
Grand Plazi. The suspension of hbifilities
on the following thmorning induced her to
doff her uniform and return to her family,-
and after that we heard no farther of her
movements. Should some Mexican writer
recount the exploits of this Maid of Mon-
terey, for'there is little doubt she was fore-
most in many of the fights, they might
throw in the shade the feats of the cele:
brated Maid of Saragossa.

ArN ATTOrNhJEY'S LETTER TO HIS Iis`-
TRESS.-My Dear Charmer.-The circuit if'
now at an end, and the judges and lawyers
are on their return hbme; but no felon sen-
tenced at the assizes for transportation could
have been in a more wretched plight thad*
your humble sertvant for I can safely make
affidavit that eabh day thai I b6bh6old not
your lovely face is to ihe a dieshbn. Cupitd,-
the tipstaff, has served me with an attach-,
ment from your bright eyes, more dreadful
than a green wax process ; he has taken my
heart into custody and will not accept of bail.-
Unless you allow of my plea 1 frIMust be non-
suited in a cause I have set miy heart on,
Why will ybou, while I Pine ii hopes of df
speedy rejoinder, hang me up, term after'
term, by fri-ivilous delays, which tend only to"
gain time ? .
Filed my bill as of last Michaelmas terni,
on the morrow of All Souls,. in'h pes ere"
this to have joined issue with you. It is
now fifteen days to Easter-day, and, by'your..
demurring, I amn as far from bringing my
cause to hearing as before I commenced my
suit. You still delay giving in your answer,
which is absolutely against the practice of
all tho courts. 1 would willingly quit tl;e
fattest client there to attend your business,-
would you but listent to a reference; and
should you prefer, an attendance at your
chamber to those of a master in chancery.
I stand in great need of an able counsel'
to move my suit while I am absent; that sly
slut, Dolly, your chambermaid, has taken
my fee, yet I fear betrays My cause; she i4
ever preferring some cross-bill, which pro-'
tracts matters, and yet I do not sue informa.
pauperis, being ready and willing to infeof"
you in a good jointure; and to this I will'
bind myself, my heirs, executors, administra2
tors and assigns, by a deed, in which yoti
shall nominate trustees.
To save expense, my clerk shall engris"
it, and it shall be perused by your own law.
yer, it being left as a quere, how vastly prO-
ferable the title of afeme covert is to that
of a spinster; but you shall answer shor't'l
to all my interlolocutory interrogotories.-
If I could but once obtain a leading order
to try my title, by even a jury of your own
friends, I am certain I should obtain a
verdict in my favor and recover costs against
.you ; for I have a good action Vr" attendance
and loss of time, though, uxpon the posteda'
I do not think I could find in my heart to
,issue a ca. sa. against you, or put into any
court but that of Hymen.
You have equity in your own breasta,'nd
from thence 1 hope forrelier; decree but for.
me, and the day of cssoign shall be that of
your own nuptials, and the eve of the lasting
felicity of, dear creature, your bumble sup-'
plicant, and faithful orator, &c.
T. SPmUcAUsi.


ONE FAULT.-He who will turn away ae
friend for one fault, is ai ranger to the best!
feelings of the human heart. Wio has not
erred, at least once in his fife? If tha
fault were not overlooked, to what depths'
of infamy would not thousands h;ive decen-
ded? We know not the peculiar and press-
ing temptations to which another may be
exposed. He may have fought manfully
for months against the sin, and still kept
the secret locked in his bosom. At last he
was overcome. In a moment he yielded.,--
He would give worlds to recall the act.---
He has mourned over it in secret, and
repented in dust and ashes. Shall we for-
Ss;ake him ? Earth and heaven-justice and
thumanity-philanthropy and religon-cry
out :" Forgive him!" He who will not
forgive, must possess the heart of a demon.
e Surely, the love of God is not in him.
[Portland Bulletin.


imrttrg.


WHAT SHALL BE THE END OF TH
THINGS 1
When another life is added
To the heading turbid mass:
"Wbien another breath of being
Stains creation's tarnished glass;
When the first cry weak and piteous,
IHleralds long-enduring pain,;
And a soul from non-existence
,Springs, that ne'er can die again ;
Wfihn the mother's passionate welcome
Sorrowlike bursts forthli in tears,
And the sire's rattilation
Prophesies o future years-
it is well we cannot see
What the end shall be.


:ESE


Di. A. W. Chapman,
0jL Otfice over the Drug Store of B. S. Hawley,
(entrance on Chestnut street.) Residence at the
house lately occupied by Dr. Baltzell.
January 10, 1846. 2-tf
V. W lM. Davis,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Offers his services to the public in either of the
above capacities.
He will practice regularly in Frafiklin, Cal-
houn and JacksonCircuit 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 ot which, he will always be
present at, unless prevented by accident.
Apalachicola, September 8, 1S-46.
H. E. Owens,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
CLAYTroN, Barbour County, Alabama.
April 29, 184G. 2-tf


D. B.; Wood & Ci4l
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,,
No, 7; CblthibiUs Row,
Nov. 29, 1846. Apalachicola; Fla.
\VWt. W. SIs-s. tM-. W. CHEEVER.
Sims & Cheever,
'COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WC- Office, No. 6 Columbus Buildings,
decl2 Apalachicola, Fla.


Roberts, Allen & Co.,
DEALERS IN HARDWARE AND SHIP
CHIANDLERY, STEEL, NAILS, SPIKES
AND CASTINGS,
And Mlanufacturers of Tin, Iron, and Cop-
per Wares.
Dec 12 Apalachicola, Fa.


A. G. SeInmes,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
g(- Office, Ao. 2 Capt. Simmnon's Building,
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets.
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.


B. F. Nourse, H. B. Stone, H. W. Brooks.
Nourse, Stone & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 46 Water street,
Dec 12 Apalachicola, Fla.


J. Law,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Bainbridge, (Decatur Co.) Ga.
o- Will attend punctually the Superior Courts
of' the counties of Early, Baker and Decature of'
the South Western, and of the county of Thomas
of the Southern Circuit. imaV3


J. II. S J. m1. Hull,
FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 48 Water street,


ALVA WYLIE, WiM. A. McKENZIE.
Wylie & MlcKenzie,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 42 Water strhico,, F-
Se~t, 1, 1S46, Apalachicola, Fa.


Dec 12


APALACHICOLA, FA


Harper & Holmes,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
also,
Jlgents for the
SUN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
of the City of J.Vew York,
No. 51 Water street,
Dec 12 Apalachicola, Fa.


John Bilbo,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ALBANY, GA.
WILL practice in the several Courts of the
South.Western Circuit, and Thomas and
Stewait counties
Aug. 5,1845. 31-tf
UMBER INSPECTOR.--The tindersigned
Shaving been appointed Inspector of Lumber
for the County of Franklin, offers his services to
the public in that capacity, and will attend to all
duties apnnpertaihini tosaid appnnointment.


D. Danforth,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
AND GENERAL AGENT,
| 'EUFAULA, ALA.
W- ( Cotton bought on order.
SRefers to
B. F. HoxLDEN, New Orleans.
J-. G. DuWLrAP,
1 essars WLIEK & Mc-KENZIEz, Apalachicola.
q. .. lurc ,irrsov,
S. & J. Schiffer.
Wi-t1s'LE_.LE AND RE FrAIL GROCER,
&"j- Partieular attention paid to putting up family,
Steamboat and ship stores.
o No. 49 Water street,
N o.0,. l. Apaltchicola, Fla.
S. Davenport,
SFORWARUING AND COMMISSION
,j MERCHANT
No. 50 Water-street,
Apalachicola, Fa:.
i (,1 Liberal Advances mrnde on consignments
'- to my rindss in New Oi-leans, New York or
Liv. erpool. April, 1846.
ft/ H. F. Abelil,
W'H)LESALE AND RETAIL,
DEALER IN DRU -S, MEDICINES, PAINTS,
i.OILS, GLASS, &c., &c.
Alio-A. genera[ assortment of Statinery.'
Cor. of Chestnut and Water streets,
S Anril t11 Apalachicola, Fa.
^ T" H. D. Darden,
No. 2 Columbus Buildings,
Dec. 20, 1815. Apalachicola, Fa.
Besajinin Salter,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 43 Water street-Up stairs,
Dec. 1, 1815. Apalachicola, Fla.
Ls. Fred. E. Dugas,
S FACTOR AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
No. 2 Columbus Block,
D Dc 6, 1815. Apalachicola, Fa.
S ALBEiRT DODGE. CHARLES PRATT.
Dodge & Pratt,
S HItPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
T No. 40 Water Street,
Nov. 22 Apalachicola, Fa.
; H. Taylor,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANT,
No. 22 Water-street,
S ept2 ly Apalachicola.


C. A. GREE. C. H. CONNERY.
Green & Conncry,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 38, Water stFeet.
APA!AcdCLA.; 7A.k.
Pelican Mutual Insurance Co. of New York.
CHAS. A. GREEN, Agent.
Dec 5 No. 36 Water street.
Edward McCully,
COMMISSION MERCHANT AND DEALER
IN DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
No. 50 Water street.
Dec 5 Apalachicola, Fa.


CORNELIUS GRADY.
March 2-2, 1S45.
UMBER INSPECTOR.-Having been ap-
pointed Inspector of Lumber for the County
of Franklin, the undersigned offers his services
to the public in that capacity, and will attend to
all duties appertaining to said appointment.
April 19, 1S46. BENJ. LUCAS.
Thos. E. Gray,
MERCHANT TAILOR.
CheSAiut st. next door below Francis IKopman's.
WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of
Apalachicola, that he has just received
from New York a-large and splendid assortment
of Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, unsurpassed
in quality or cheapness, consisting of every shade
and variety, which he is prepared to make up in
the neatest and most fashionable style, at the
cheapest possible rates. Thankful for the liberal
favors heretofore bestowed upon him, he hopes
by faithful attention to his business, to merit a
continuance of their patronage.
Apalachicola, NoV. 21, IS4J.
rail Goods.
RANCIS KOPMAN has just received his
supply of Fall Goods, and desires a call from
his friends and customers, and as to prices, he
leaves them to be the judges; his stock comprises
a general assortment, all of which is offered for
cash or city acceptance.
Apalachicola, Nov. 28. Chesnut st.


InVm. G. Porter & Co.
DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
No. 41 Water Street.
Dec 5 Apalaohicola, Fa.
Join S. Hutchinson,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
No. 50 Watr street.
Solicits patronage. APALACHT-ICOLA, Fai.
Jas. F. Farrior,
GENERAL RECEIVING, FORWARDING &
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 50 Water street.
Dee 5 Apalachtcola) Fla.
JERE.\IIAl DAY. DANIEL J. DAY.
J. Day & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 52 Water street,
Dec 5 Apalachicola, Fa.
W- Also, Agents for the Etna Insurance Co."
the" Protection Insurance Co. and the Hart-
ford Insurance Co." Hartford Conn.
P. W. Cullen,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
Solicits a share of Public Patronage.
Oct 24 APALACHICOLA, FA.
I. D. Bugbee,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANT,
No. 7, Columbus Block,
Sept. 15, 1846. Apalachicola, Fa.


(ggg{(lagigg* s

[From Chiamber's (Edinburgh) Journal.]
YOUTH OF MODERN INFLUENCES.
The intelligence of the battle of Water-
loo had reached England only a few days,
wheu an event occurred, so apparently tri-
fling, as almost, amid the universal rej.oic-
ing. to escape notice. This was the appear-
ance, for the first time (28th June, 1815,) of
a steam-ship on the river Mersey. The
vessel was built at Glasgow, and was intend-
ed to ply between Liverpool and Runcorn,
a small port about eighteen miles up the
river in the direction of Manchester. War
had just marched out with military honors
on Waterloo when this solitary steamer, the
pioneer of peace, arrived with little pomp
or honor in the Mersey. Exactly thirty
years after this, the waters of the same river
presented a sight which no man who saw
the little Glasgow steamer paddle into it in
1815, would, in his wildest and most san-
guine hopes, have predicted. On the 25th
of July, 1845, the Great Britain, the largest
steamer now afloat, departed from Liverpool
on her first voyage across the Atlantic.-
Thirty years before, a river voyage of thir-
ty miles in a steattier had been considered
a wondrous feat; now a sea voyage of three
thousand is looked upon as a thing of
course. One small steamer was then a sur-
prising instance of human skill; now crowds
of such vessels, large and small, on the
Mersey, have become matters of every day
observation, and their absence would be a
greater wonder than their presence.
Though it was not till 1815, thatsteamers
were first introduced on the Mersey, yet
they had, a few years before, been employed
in America and on the Clyde. Not one,
however, was brought into public use before
the beginning of this century. In the year
1788, while the notables of France were
assembled at Versailles, and that nation was
on the threshold of its world-famed revolu-
tion, a revolution of a different kind, and
destined to be more lasting and beneficial,
was in preparation on a small piece of water
called Dalswiuton Loch.n the pleasure-
ground of a gentleman in the south of Scot-
land. Three gentlemen,* one of them
named Symington, were there and then try-
ing to propel a pleasure boat by means of a
steam-ergine. They succeeeded; but the
birth day of their invention had not yet

Mr. Miller, of Dalswynton, who had experi-
mented in a boat with hand driven paddles
James Taylor, the preceptor of Mr. Miller's sons
who had suggested the application of the stean
engine to this kind of navigation;- Syming
ton, a mechanist, who was called in to make an(
apply the engine, and who, about the same time
w's experimenting upon a stunam-carriage fo
common roads. Syiri.ngtorn seems to have ha
the principal merit in keeping thie project alive
till it was taken up by Bell and Fulton.


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Nov 21 Druggist.
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SPCS Kentucky Bagging;
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Dec 5 41 Water street.


Blank Books, Fine Writing
Paper, &c.
A GENERAL assortment of Stationery, con-
sisting of Foolscap and Letter Paper of the
finest quality ; Blue and White wove (ruled) ex-
tra fine Quarto and Packet Post ; also a beautiful
assortment of French Letter Paper, Pens. &c.
Just received per brig Alabama and for sale by
Oct. 17 J. C. ALLEN.
N assortment of School Books, just received
and for sale by
Nov 21 J. C. ALLEN.


Iron, Nails# Ac.
0 TONS Swede Iron, assorted sizes;
2 100 kegs Nails, do.
4 casks Weeding Hoes, assorted qualities;
20 Blacksmith Steel Faced Anvils;
20 English and American Vises;
20 ,' Bellows;
12 dozen Spades and Shovels;
10 Collins' Axes;
10 bxs Cotton and Woolen Cards;
1 case Rowland's Cast Steel Mill Saws;
1000 lbs Cast and German, Steel, for sale by
WM. G. PORTER & CO.
Dec 4 41 Water street.
On Coonsignment.
8T" BOXES Troy Soap;
80 20 London Club Champaigne
25 boxes Florida Leaf Tobacco;,
For sale by B. S. HAWLEY,
Dec 5 28 Water street.


WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, AND
CLOTHING, &c.
octl Chestnut-Street, Apalachicola, Fla..
11. R. WooD.
Wood & Co.
AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
-No. 2 Columbus BUil.lin.,
Oct.. 31. Apalachicola,


Boots and Shoes.
BOY'S and Men's Russet Brogans;
Men's sew'd and peg'd Kip Brogans ;
-Gents fine Calf Brogans ;
Wm's peg'd and sew'd Shoes; Children's do. do.
Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes;
Super Ladies' coarse and fine Calf Boots.
A large and extensive assortment, just received
and for sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO.
Dec 5 41 Water street.


T. H. Austin & Co.,
COM MI SS IO N ME R CIf ANT 8


Refined Nitre and Alum.
SKEGS each, just received and for sale by
1 nov28 H. F. ABELL


0 HHDS St. Croix Sugar;
20 do New Orleans Sugar, to arrive;
100 sacks Rio Coffee; 50 do Java;
40 bxs Aromatic Tobacco;
50 Mnft'd do. Brown's and Labby's;
20 Sperm Candles; 50 bxs brown Soap;
100 bags Shot; 50 kegs Powder;
2000 lbs Lead; 4 casks Linseed Oil;
200 kegsWhite Lead, No. 1, Extra and Pure.
For sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO.
Dec 5 41 Water street.


OFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND PHOENIX
BITTERS, just received and for sale by
Nov 28 H. F. ABELL, Druggist.


[ *No. 4' Water Street, "
Ocit. 24. Apalachicola, Fa.
Cooke a Horne,
F '.COMMISS ON MERCHANTS,
|l .No. 13,, t. Charles Streel,
"New-Orleans,
AxADttRw S. Co0Km. Amos HoRN.
'feb 8.
J. C. Allen,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS,
GLASS, BRUSHES, &c., &-c.
also,
.4Jl general assortment of
BOOKS, BLANKS, STATIONERY, &c., &c.
D ecor. of Chesnut & Commerce streets,
Dec 4 Apalachicola, Fla.
i' B. $S. Hawley,
F ACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
\ .... No. 28 Water street,
.:. JDec 5 Apalachicola, Fa.
Avexy & Jones,
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
,e No. 43 Wasrter street.
,. Dee 5. Apalachicola, Fa.


Iron and Nails.
1BARS Swede's Iron; 200 kegs
1Nails, assorted sizes, for sale by
Dec 5 J, DAY & CO.


Salt.
000 f SACKS Liverpool on board bark
1000 Sarah Sheaff, for sale by
Dec 5 J. DAY & CO.
OFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND PHOENIX
BITTERS, just received and for sale by
Nov 21 J.C. ALLEN.
Lime.
300i CASKS, just received and now landing
UU from schr Geo Engs, for sale by
LOCKHART & YOUNG,
Nov. 14 53 Water street.
REAM TARTAR, fr sale by
1septS] H. IF' YBELL.


Window Glass.
SBOXES just received, 7 by 9, 8 by 10,
50 10 by 12, 11 by 14, 11 by 16, and 12 by
18, for sale by [nov28] J. C. ALLEN.
Castor Oil.
100 GALLONSinstoreand for sale by
100 H. F. ABELL,
Nov 28 Druggist.
Fresh Herbs.
SAGE, Thyme, Summer Savory, Sweet Mar-
joram, Catnep, Boneset, Horehound, Worm-
wood, &c., just received and for sale by
Nov 28 J. C. ALLEN.


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S [6tre'slbndericde of thse Charleston Courier.]
WASHIGt.roN, Doe. 12.
"'Trhe Report of the Secretary of the Trea-
"ury is conwiidered here as a very able doe-
linient. It is a successful vindication of
fihe doctrines of free trade. After inquiry
'-among vety high Tariff friends in Congress,
"I do not fiAnd that any serious effort is in
*contemplation to obtain modifications of the
'new Tariff at this session. The cry ofI re-
'storation falls dead.* In the next Con-
gress it may be revived.
The Sub-Treasury has already been pnt
in operation here. The Secretary of the
Senate has.had a vault b'uilt in his office,
and an iron safe within the vault, where he
kee-ps gold wherewith to pay the mileage of
Senators; Twenty thousand dollars he has
" ;lie.ilv paid out in this way. The Spea-
-4ker of the house gives certificates to mem-
bers of the sum due to them, and they ddw
gold from the Treasury, or obtain drarre at
(he brokers. S -
The Senate is to, ballot fo-?their Standing
Committees on Monday.' I1learn that great
ehanges'are to be made in their organiza-
tion. The whigs and the Cailhoun men
-; ave something to say in this matter. Mr.
Calhoun would be the favorite candidate for
."''" Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Re-
'ation-3, but he declines the service. Mr.
1Benion will not be thle candidate of the ma-
jority. It is currently rumored that' Judge
Butler, of S. C., will be chosen; butthere
..,vi.I be an effort to elect 'tr. Sevier.
r here is much reason to believe that we
'^shall-have a speedy peave with Mexico,--
7The correspondence between Mr. Bucha-
nan and Mr. Rejon, strongly indicates a
disposition, on the part of this government,
to conclude a treaty of peace on fair terms.
The rejoinder of Mr. Bu<;Chanin to Mr. Re-
jon, treats Mexico as a sort o~f spoiled child,
and soothes its pettish anger, though at the
same time holds up the rod. It is believed
that the negotiation will be assCnied to by
t-the Mexican Congress, and that to over-
.come Mexican pride, our, Government will
,offer to pay that Government some two mil-
dions, besides assuming al-I indemnities, it
:-compensation for the territory which we
shall take. It is!tlie settled opinion, in this
-country, that we must have the Californias,
as well as the boundary of the Rio Grande
to its source.
t .Commodore Stewart, as I learn, is not
to take command of the Gulf squadron.-
His advice has been taken on the-su-iject,
and adopted; but Conmmodore Conner will
be retained in the command aided by Corn-
rmodore Perry. There is no doubt, that
should the war unfortunately continue, an
attack will be -wide on the Castle of San
Juan d'Ulloa. Every preparation h milking
: for this purpose.
.It is believed here that Mr. King, of Ala-
.bama, late Minister to France, will come
back to the Seriate. It is supposed that
Mr. Bagby will take some Foreign Mission,
and that his place will be filled by Mr. King.
WAS[IING:rON, Dec. 13.
The anticipations as to Santa Anna's
movements have been verified. He has re-
4turned to the city of Mexico with a view to
secure his own interests, which appear to'
be hazarded amid contending factions. It
is understood that Herrera will probably be
-chosen as President. It was that- chief
who put down Santa Anna and caused his
banishment. ShoulJ he be restored to
power, Santa Annha will be in danger of
-meeting. the fate of Iturbide. Hcrrera,
:should he become President, will, it is
supposed, faver peace with the United
.."States, as he has done heretofore. The
*"Constituent Congress by declaring their
preference for Herrera, will, by the same
act, 'declare for peace.
You are aware that, some years ago, an
effort was made to revolutionize some of the'
northern provinces of Mexico, viz : Tatnau-'
lipas, New Leon, Durango, Clnhualhua and
Couhuila. Gen. Arista was supposed to
be concerned in it, and was not far f{rom'
losing his life in consequence of it. A

Mexican agent has been here for some
weeks, and has endeavored to procure his
recognition as the agent of these States.--
This gentleman is represented to me as a
very respectable and intelligent man. It
was reported that he proposed the annexa-
.tion oft-he provinces to the United States :
i'btt:i am informed that this was not his pur-
ijio~se-; fthat he proposed merely tlhat the Uni-
iteCI: States should guarantee the indepen-
,tlenee of the above metrtioned five States-
they having previously dec'lared aniI sus-
tained their independence. Under present
circumstances, the United States Govern-
meat could not recognize ibis agent, nor
entertain his proposition. The, agent will
leave this city on his return home to-morrow.
I mentioned, in my letter, hast night, that
Mr. Sevier might be the Chairnaan of tie.
Committee of Foreign Aff~airs of the Senate.
I1am uow positively informed that thie Se-
natorial democratic caucus have agreed t0
choose Mr. Sevier. lan also enabled to
state positively, that it order to make a va-
cant seat in the Senate for Mr. William R.


'-. King, late Minister to France, Mr. Bagby,
now Senator from Alabama, will be appoin-
ted as Minister to France.
WASIIi.NGTON, Dec- 14.
The House was not long in session t.o-
-day- ---Mr. Ew-wdien of Ala. announcing the
-decease of Mr. McConnell, member of the
lffouse from Alabama, and paid an eloquent
tribute to his memory. The House then
,adjourned.
The proposition of Mr. G. Davis, of Ky.
to call for certain information fromn the
President, embracing the instructions given
by him to our commanders, &c. will coine
up to-morrow for further discussion, Mr.
King, of Ga. having the floor. The Presi-
dent, I learn, is not averse to furnishing all
the information required.
Mr, Badger, Senator elected fronm North
Carolina, to fill the place occasioned by the
resignation of Mr. Haywood, appeared and
was qualified.
Mr. Crittenden's proposition to increase
,the pay of' the non-commissioned officers
and soldiers of the regulars and volunteers,
and to grant certificates of' merit to those
who may be distinguished by services, came
\up in the shape of a positive instruction to
the Committee on Military Affairs, to bring
in a bill in conformity with the proposition.
Mr. Westcott opposed it as the first step
towards creating a sort of military nobility.
Mr. Benton moved a different project, as
an amendment, which was agreed to. Mr.
Benton proposes to give increased pay to
those who serve till the end of the war, to
gllow prize money in some cases, to the


and whose hope does not encourage them
to expect much for the next few years.
Considering the number of begging reso-
lutions passed mery session by our State
Legislature, it would seem 'Athat the motto
of Let us alone" is very inappropriate to
a people who are so foad 'of 'calling on
Hercules, instead of putting their shoulders
to the wheel.
CONGRE,.
This body at the 'last accounts had'n6t
yet got fairly under weigh--most of'tihe
business transacted was of a preparatory
nature.
Garrett Davis, of Ky., led off the ball
with a motion to hIrave information as to who
authorized Viceroys Stockton and Kearney
to set up for themselves in California, and
annex that country. Perhaps Senator Yu-
lee, who is some pumpAkins at annexation,
had a hand in the matter;-a certain news-
paper a while back recommended the Sena-
tor for a seat in the Cabinet, and the Presi-
dent may have given him charge of the De-
partment whence Commodore Stockton got
his commission of Commander-in-Chief
of the Navy and Army of the United States
in California," as he styles himself. Whilst
Garrett Davis is making his researches into
the hidden mysteries of the reign of King
Polk, it would be well for him to inquire by
what sort of process Commodore Stockton of
the Navy created Lieut. Col. Freernont of
.Engineers a Major in the Army!! for it
seems he did so.
A unischievious notion got into the head
of Mr. Rathbun, of N. Y., Dem., to insti-
tute an inquiry which is -likely to disturb
the -peace of Sir Robert Walker. The
New York member wants to know how
many secret service men are employed in
the New York Custom House. It seems a
number are so employed at large salaries,
beside the stealing, which said employees
are laboring under a mental hallucination
,on the subject of the next Presidency,
which manifests itself to the great dislike of
Mr. Rathbun, and others of the Old Hun-
kers, in a decided preference for Sir Robert
himself-and we suppose the object of Mr.
R.'s inquiry is to see whether the Govern-
ment will not grant the officers alluded to
permission to retire to private life. Sir
Robert's friends tried hard to dodge the in-
quiry, but the resolution was passed by a
large majority, which is sufficiently indica-
tive that the Hous'e thinks it wil not hurt
to watch the Seciretary.

The brig Clarion, of Norfolk, Va., ar-
rived at this port on Thursday last in dis-
tress, in charge of the second mate, with
,only three hands, ;one of whom was sick-
the .crew were short of provisions and near-
ly exhausted with over labor in working and
pumping the vessel.
The Clarion sailed -from Bonaire, in the
Caribbean s-ea, about the 1st Nov., loaded
with sdit-on 'the 10th ult. she got ashore


DANIEl, WEBSTER.
Some two months since this great man
made a speech in Faneuil Hall, which
was reported for the newspapers. A mis-
take crept into the report, which made Mr.
Webster, when alluding to the Mexican
War, appear to have used language in his
speech derogatory to the American charac-
ter. The passage referred to was promptly
corrected by the Boston papers, but not be-
fore the error had been published and com-
mented on by various newspapers. Within
a couple of weeks this same erroneous re-
port'of Mr. Webster's speech "has appeared
in a newspaper virlh ithe design of injuring
the fair fame of the statesman to whom the
remarks were erroneously imputed. We
must attribute the publication of rh-e pas-
sage at this late day, after the general add
almost universal knowledge of the error
which first produced it in print, to gross
and wilful ignorance, or a disposition to
malign the reputation of a great man by
false statements. There is scarcely an in-
dividnal who reads the current news of the
day but has seen the correction of lte er-
roneous report of Mr. Webster's speech.
We give to-d-.y an extract from that gen-
tleman's Philadelphia speech, from which
it may be seen what his true sentiments are
on the subject of the War, and our duties
in relation to it. At dhe same time we ex-
tract from the Boston Times, a Democratic
paper, a withering rebuke to an assailant of
Mr. Webster, which would well 'aplpy to
any other cowardly assailant elsewhere th:n
in Boston.
LEGISLATURE.
The last accounts from Tallahassee re-
present the Legislative bodies assembled
there as having done but little business of
'importance so far.
The biennial sessions bill, the one years
residence bill will no doubt become laws.
A bill to pay the Grand and Petit Juries
one dollar per dien, by the State, has passed
the Senate. It would have been much bet-
ter to have provided for ,paying the Petii
Juries so much for each verdict, to be taxed
in the bill of costs-or paid 'by the 'llaintff
at the time the Jury are sworn.
The election for Judge of the Southern
Circuit was to have taken place on Wedn-
esday-candidates as plenty as blackberries
in summer-one or two of whom would
not be reckoned gpod County Court lawyers
in some States.
STEAM SlIVP SOUTIIELRN'ElR.
We hear that the owners of this fine ves-'
sel refused 4S10,000 for her from the Gov-
enment. She cost $110,000. Several of
our citizens have made the passage from
New York to Charleston in the Southerner,
and some of them were on board of her at
sea in the great October gale. They all
join in commending her qualities as a sea!
boat. She is said to be very staunch built
and has a fine, powerful engine. The cabin,
is spend-idly fitted up, but is not sufficiently
commod-ious--the owners sacrificed the
comfort of the passengers, to too great a de-
sire to make money by crowding a l.irge
number together-the aft'angernents for
which purpose contract the space allotted,
to any single individual. i
STEAMBOAT -DISASTEr--LOSS OF MAIL.
The steamer Vanderbilt, going from
Charleston lo Wilmington, was thrown
down on her beam ends and lost everything
off her decks. By cutting away her mast
and throwing over all .the top-hamhper that
could be gotten Ti'd ol, she was righftetl and
arrived safe in po't. The mail car how'eve-,
with all the southern mails fronmChar leston,'
was lost. ALL nHA.DS SAVED !
We do hope that this aceid'ent will serve
as' a warning to~deter persons taking pas-
sage-in t~heCharleston and Wilmington boats,
they are totally unfit forsea navigation. We
have seen the most experienced and daunt-
less seamen--men who had braved fearlessly
the severest gal'es on board sailing vessels,
quail with apprehension, whilst making the
passage from Charleston or Wilmington, on
board one of the cock-boats now in use on
that route.

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE.
We have not been able to publish thre


President's Message for want of room in
our columns-occupied as they are with
more interesting matter. If any of our
readers regret this fact, and they can get a
late file of the Union, they can all -find inr
the Editorials of that paper, on the subject
of the Mexican War, about two-thi."ds oi'
the matter of which the Message is com-
posed.

Should any one thereafter feel in-
clined to doubt the constitutionality of
President Polk's aets, in respect to War
making, he will do well, ere he expresses
his opinion, to beware of the United States
Marshal, who may be after him with sharp
stick, For giving "1 aid and comfort" to the
enemy, Some Dogberry will be found to
ex.laim, its flat burglary," when a citizen
of the freest country on the globe dares to
ask the President for his authority-to
make war.

MR. CLAY IN THE SENATE.-The "Was-
hington correspondent of the Philadelphia
North American states that letters have
been received at Washington, from respon-
sible sources in Kentucky, intimating the
-probability of Mr, Clay's election to the


on the Colorado Reef,
The captain, Win. N.


-west end of Cuba.
Babcock, expecting


the vessel 'wo618l be a total loss, "Took his
wife, *ehe chief mate. a-nd several of the
crew, in the brig's'boa't and went on shore,
which was 'barely visible from the vessel-
promising to send aid to those on board.-
There was a schooner lying at anchor at a
distance, 'fo'm which relie'fwas expected to!
be obtained. During the -nightl the wind
shifted and blew strong off" shore, when those
on board the brig, backed her topsails, and
she got afloat. The brig lay to, during the
night and next day, awaiting the return of
the captain, when no boat appearing, the
second 'mate made sail and bore away for a
port in the Gulf, and on the 23d, off this
place, were boarded and brought in by the
Pilots, who found the brig ashoreon :a bank,
and those 'on board, unable to 'work her.
The captain carried off the brig's papers
and everything in the cabin. The Collector
has taken charge of the vessel and cargo,
and will ptoceed to sell the latter at once-
the leaky condition of the brig rendering
it necessary that the salt should be taken
out dof her. The brig is said to be owned by
the captain and a Mr. Doyle of Norfolk.

COMMITTEES IN CONGRESS.
Mr. Vice President Dallas has been some-
what shorn of his power by his Democratic
friends in the Senate., who voted to choose
the Committees by ballot-not liking to
trust Mr. Dallas with that power-they
keep him only to give the casting voe.-
Truly, the people, seeing the want of confi-
dence the Democratic leaders manifest to-
wards each other, will begin to think the
Whigs are right when they tell them that
intrigue and corruption, for office sake, is
at the bottom of all the proffcssed patriotism
of the largest liberty party.
The Honorable David Yulee has been
placed at the head of the Committee on
Private Land Claims, as the gentleman has
tmade a snng sum by advocating claims of
all sorts and kinds against the Government,
and as he has been, and still is for ought
we know, interested as principal or attorney
in large land claims in Florida, the selection
may be a good one. Sed quore ?
0-7 Levy stock seems to be getting be-
low par in this State. The House of Re-
presentatives have passed a law to change
the name of Levy County to Wacasassa!
An amendment proposing to substitute Yu-
lee for Wacasassa was voted down. Sic
transit, cS'c.


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vacancy in the U. S. Senate, to acear Ybyjif
Moorehead's relirimnent, who declines to b'e
a candidate.
NEW YORK FLOUR TRADir,--The s.ck
of all kinds of Western Ficur atr"prwetz In "
the city of New York, does notexceeed";-
000 barrels, 100,000 of which have alrady
been sold for shipment, and. are goiqg
on board. The balanco 300,000 barrels,
put against 550,000 barrels, the stock 61n
hand at the corresponding period -of last
year, leaves a deficiency in ithi Aock.ofDe-`
cember 1846, compared with Ptflt of 184,-
of 250,000, and this, deficiency l_'.not likely
to be made up, as the River navigation 4s
probably closed for the season-.-
)LARG.EST CITY IN THE WoRILD.-41h14fe
is a city in the interior of China, calledSan
Tchou, which has a population- of --five
millions witlfn its 'walls, and ten millions:
within a radius of four letg'ues around. W,
Hedde, a French missio'nay who h .isiitea
it, gives authority for tbe' mesirt e '!-en tw` It; is
the greatest silk market in'C hirff .. -'.
M R ST ES MARKS rT-THE VOL-
UNTEERS. '"'
We copy the following remarks from Ar..
Webster's late speech at Philadelphia.i-11-
reported in the U. S. Gazette:- "_);"'
Gentlemen-nevertheless, war is upinjfs.
Armies are in the field-navies are upo t"e
sea. We believe that the Gover'nment
ought immediately, in any honorable aPd
satisfactory tnanner, bring that war Io A-
conclusion, if possible. We believe, t~ajt
every reasonable effort should be made'id i
put an end to ihis war. But while the war-
lhstgL--H-hile soldiers art on the land, and,
seamen on the sea, upholding the flag-ofie-*'h
country, you feel, an'hd I feel, arid-eeVei, :
American feels, that tlhey must be str6ccored /'-
and sustained--(thuniders of applause'),-..
They bear the commission of this Govern-
ment. They are under its order and c.on- *
trol. Their duty is obedience .t superior
command. They are engaged on a foreign
service. They have done honor to -ttr
country to which they belong.
I am behind no man in ascribing praise
and honor to Gen. Taylor and all his forces;,
(great applause) and I am behind no man,.
and perhaps forward of most men, in i!he
respect and admiration which I feel for the-
good conduct of the volunteers who h've-
entered the field. (Great applause.)_ We-:
know no period in ourhisiory-there is notIh-
ing in our annals-which shows superior
gallantry on the part of raw recruits, take' "
suddenly from the pursuits of civil life andit_
put into the military service. Where 'van'
we look for such steadiness, coolness, bra,
very, and modesty, as in those voluztites.
(Geat applausee.' The most distiinogushed
incident in the history of our cohdrily-of
the good condtrct of militia-of new raised
leries from amnongst the people, is perhap$
that of the battle of Bunker 'Hil. -The.
gentlenta'n who sits by me, though no9t' of
years to bear arms, was of year-s to look -on
and see others there. (Great applatie),:/ I.
might go further, and say that af-B aker
Hill the newly raised levies and recri'its
sheltered themselves behind some tempo-
rary defences, but at Monterey t-fre voFal- '
leers assailed:a fortified city... (Cheers.)_
At a-ny rate, gentlemen, whatever we may
think of tde originn of the occasion which
called them there, it is gratifying 'to see
what we can do through the agency of mili-
tary power whenever. the exigencies of the
country may require. We do show, wilh-
out the expense or the danger of large
standing armies, there is military spirit
enough, intelligence enough, p ersever.nfv
and patience and submission to discl 'ine-
enough, amongst the young men 'of the-
country, to uphold our stars and slripts-
whenever the government may order them
to be unfurled. (Great applause.)
[From the Portland (Mle.) Advertiset..]
DIRECT TAXES.--ItOW TO RAISE
MONEY. '
The Journal of Commerce--or itis-Wash-
ington correspondent-has been repairing
the public mind for Mr. Polk's probable sug-2
gestion to lax tea and coffee, attd some other
free,articles, to raise funds for the war.--
Probably something of ihat kind will be
heard o'fsoon. It is quite likely, that~nodis5
linct recommendation of the kind will appear
in the Message or in Sir Robert's report
The matter will be slurred over in those
documents, but the Executive WiJJ .make its
appli'calion for more taxes, in a'"back-stairs.
way, through the committees of Congr.ess,.
This is the way it was managed in.;*Mr.-
Woo'dbury's time. _.'"-=,
The suggestions of tihe Journal -:of Corn-: .
merce, upon this head,; which are mnost!ik- *'
ing, are found in the following paragr'hpb,. '
from one of their WVashington letters.
As to present means, the, Presidentl viil!
inform Congress that m;.asures-have. been.


taken to put in marLet a very large an-d_
valuable and very aJ5eabse portion 0,-'-'
public domain, -le 'will in my opinion, alSo
recommend h'ne measures which vou-sug-'-
gest, and "Mich the crisis ca! rtor-to witle
the im'njosing of duties oiln tea, and coffee,
also upon spices, and some o0her artie!
dot the produce ofthiscounlry. ByjheseS;
measures means will be provided .(y" t-h'6
payment of the interest on Ihe national
debt, in addition to ordinary expenses of the.
government.- An immediate, resort fo-direct
taxation will thus be rendercKunne'cess1W.-
The present Democratic House of R' .epid-
sentatives will be relieved rqin the odium oft,
direct taxation, AND IT Wi},L f-ALL UPO N.
THE WHIG HOUSE OF THE TItRTIETH CON-.?
GRESS. It must be noticed that, even iftheo.
provisional measures of the approaching se-,-
sion be inadequate to the purposes above
stated, still it will be argued th' t if the r
continue, and additional measures be re-.
quisite, an extra session of Congress may, b4
called. Thus the whigs WILL HAVE TO
TAKE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE MEASURE'
OF DIRECT TAXATION. '_ ...
Expressing our thanks,-as-we pas$, to-thia
writer, for conceding that the WV s' w ll
be A MAJORITY of the HoUsE:i. the next
Congress, we are surprised, at the idle haste,
with which he leaps to his conclusion that
the Whigs can employ no adequate measure
of revenue but direct taat-ion. This is non- ;
sense. Locofocoism mgiht note able to do
aly better than that, but in fact, lor that


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army as well 'A's the navy, and to make an
adequate provisibn for the widows and chil-
dren of those who may be killed or die in
the service. Some project of this sort
ought to be and will be adopted-both par-
ties bein- in favor of it. Mr. Benton re-
marked that we ought to avail ourselves of
the present popularity of the army to do it
justice.
The value of public stores, munitions,
&e. taken hy our troops at Monterey, has
been stated at half a million of dollars.
Thare seems to be no reason why some
prize money should not be paid to the troops
out of these spoils.
Mr. Crittenden presented a memorial from
Gener-al Leslie Coombs, of Ky., claiming
payment from the United States of certain
bonds of the State of Texas, held by him,
anti amounting to sixty-n'ine thousand dol-
lars. He shews that the receipts of the
customs were pledged by Texas for the pay-;
ment of this and other debts, and as those
receipts were transferred to the United
States, he claims that the United States
should fulfil the contract. Other creditors
of Texas have determined to put in their
claims, in like manner. The lands of Texas
offer an ample fund as the means of paying
all the debts contracted by that State, prior
to its annexation. The State Legislature
of Texas will, as 1 learn,. offer some pro-
position to the General Government in re-
lation to these lands and the debts.
The Senate elected by ballot, the Chair-
men of the several Standing Committees,
viz-On Foreign Affairs, Mr. Sevier: Fi-
nance, Mr. Lewis; Commerce, M'r.Dix';
Manufactures, Mr. Dickinson ; Agriculture,
Mr. Sturgeon ; Military Affairs, Mr. Ben-
ton ; Naval Affairs, Mr. Fairfield ; Militia,
Mr. Atchison.; Public Lands, MYr. Breeze;
Private Land Claims, Mr. Yulee; Indian
Affairs, Mr. Bagby ; Claims, Mr. Penny-
backer; Revolutionary Claims, Mr. Ser-
ple; Judiciary, Mr. Ashley; Post Office
and Post Roads, Mr. Niles; Pernsions,
Mr. Johnson, of La.; District of Colum-
bia, Mr. Cameron; Patents, Mr. Colquett;
Retrenchment, Mr. Turnry; Public Build-
ings, Mr. Bright; Contingent Expenses,
Mr. Speight; Territories, Mr. Westcott;
Joint Committee on the Library, Mr.
Pearce, Mr. Lewis, Mr. Chalmers. The
other members of the Committees were ap-
pointed by resolution, on motion of Mr.
Mangum, they having been arranged by
mutual agreement between the parties in
the Senate. Mr. Calhoun and Mr. Allen,
were excused, at their own request from
serving on any Committee.
The Standing Committees of the House
were announced. There is no essential
change in them.
The Standing Committees of the House
were announced. There ,is no essential
chang-e in them.
A new kind of gunpowder, called Eagle
Powder, invented by a person in New York,
has been sent here with strong recommen-
dations from many militia Generals and
Colonels, &c. Capt. Mordecai tried it on
Saturday, and found ,from three'discdharges,
that is explosive force was less than that of
ordinary gunpowder; o;n the fourth dis-
charge, the mttsk-et was burst from the igni-
tion of the powder, while the charge was
being rammed down. Capt. Mordecai was
slightly wounded in the leg by a piece of the
barrel, and his assistant had his thumb
blown off. <
FROM SANTA FE.
The Western Muissouri papers are in re-i
ceipt of dates from -Sanla Fe to the 21st of
October. Among the communications pub-
lished is one from Col. Donniphan, of the
Missouri mounted volunteers. It appears
his march for Chihualua has b-een -delayed
by an order from Gen. Kearney't-o postpone
his departure until the Eutawa and Navajo
Indians-were compelled to submit to terms.
A permanent treaty had been made with tihe
Ettaws, arid the regiment was on the eve
of starting .for t-he Navajo country.
The Mormonsl eft on the 20th under the
command @'f Ca,pt. Cook, of the 1st Dra-
goons, for California, they will'only proceed
to Sat, Diego and await further orders, and
perhaps transportation by water.
Col. Donniphan and other writers an't rct-'
pate a dernh cf provisions the coming win-
ter in Santa Fe, as the provision trains on
the road had broken down, and the supply
in the country was inadequate to the wants
.of the people, and such of the army as
would 're-main.
Col. Donniphan says: "Col. Price and
all his regiment, with the separate, battalion,
will remain here this winter. .in-day, John
P. CampbelI, Esq,, of Springfield, arrived
here, aud brings our" first positive informa-
tion, that 1000 infantry are on their march
for this point, and that our provision trains
are all breaking down, and giving out, and
that but few of them can reach here this
winter. If this be the case, starvation will
be the inevitable consequence. No pro-
visions can be had hiere. Campbell brought
out some beef cattle which are a few days
from here. We have not ten days' provi-
sions on hand."


These difficulties are increased by the
want of specie to purchase provisions with,
the Paymaster's Department having nothing
but Treasury notes.
A BENEVo0.ENT DESIGr-.-An exchange
paper, speaking of Mr. Astor, the wealthiest
man in the United Sta-tes, says lie designs
establishing an institution for the advance-
rnent of honest and deserving men, by sup-
plying them with capital., varying from one
to five thousand dollars, wherewith to com-
mence life and forward themselves in their
respective callings. Attached to this insti-
tution will be a board of gentlemen, whose
duty it will be to examine and report on the
character, talents, age and claims of each
applicant for a portion of the donor's boun-
ty, and in ease they report satisfactorily, the
money will be forthcoming ton personal se-
curity, and given for an unlimited period of
time, without interest. It .is a very com-
mon thing to attribute an intention to a
wealthy man which never entered into his
mind. But Mr. Astor has shown a liberal
spirit, and the report of his benevoletit pro-
ject has probably some foundation. Such
an institution would no doubt be very bene-
ficial, managed, without favor, by judicious
persons. Franklin had such a project in
view, and provided for lending small sums
to young and industrious mechanics, with-
out capital. If his means had been as ex-
tensive -as Astor's, his free and benevolent
spirit would have carried his intention into
execution on the most liberal scale.


COMMERCIAL 40VERTISER.
APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, DEC. 25, 1846.

{ij- The following gentlemen are authorized
Agents for the Co:MMiiEiCIAL ADvERTir-Ert.,and will
receive and receipt for subscriptions, or advertise-
ments:-
M'[ESSSRS. MASON &., TUTTLE, 3S William Street,
New York.
DAVID BRAVO, Esq., New Orleans.
WVm. W. CIIPFVEr, Esq., Albany', Ga.
Major JACK 11ARDr.11A.N, Eufaula, Ali.

THar LONDON QUARTERLY A-ND WEST-
MINSTER RENIEWS for the last quarter of
1846, have reached us, filled as usual with
a variety of articles, the perusal of which
will well repaylthe student, and furnish
amusement as well as instruction.
Of all the many periodicals which now
find their wy through tlie land, none are
more deserving of the reading man's atten-
tion, than the Reviews and Blackwood's
Magazine, which by the enterprise of Messrs.
LEONARD SCOTT & Co., are re-published
in this country at the low price of $!10 for
the whole, or $3 each.
SOUTHERN LITERARY MESSENGER.-
This estimable Southern work is again re-
commended :to the'patronage of onr readers.
We should'be glad to'find'that the Messen-
ger receives that support in our State to
which its position as a Southern Periodical
and its intrinsic excellence and worth en-
title it..
GRAHAM'S MAGAZINE.-The number for
January care to us by last mail, and on
opening its pages we were delighted with a
most magnificent engraving by SARTAIN,
from a paint-ing by HORACE VERNET, and we
were most especially interested by the peru-
sal of the first part of a nautical tale by
COOPER, written for GrAham. This is the
very best of all the Periodicals of the day.
Its pages contain something solid, they
are not filled with lack-a-daisical nonsense
by Mrs. Josephine Christina Alexind Gid-
dypate.

DIRECT TAXES.
When the Whig papers predicted Direct
Taxation as the natural result of an expen-
sive war and a reduced Tariff, with its ne-
cessary attendant-a reduced revenue--the
Democratic papers, and especially those
which are ultra Free Trade, openly avowed
the policy of Direct Taxation to supply
any deficiency in the revenue from Customs
and sales of Public Lands, and asserted its
propriety. The Whigs met them on that
,issue arid the question so raised had its in-
'fluence upon the Fall ,elections. This in-
fluence was felt to be injurious to +the De-
mocratic Party and the necessity of aban-
doning the project of Direct Taxation was
at once felt, acknowledged, and resolved
upon, by those politicians who readily adopt
themselves'to circumstances, and a're ever
ready to foirsnke any one principle for the
preservation of the .great seven, (five loaves
and tico fishes.)
To return to t'he'Tariff,'f 1842, with'mo-
difications, was not to'be 'thought of--yet,
something must be done to meet the extra-
.ordinary expenses of the war-Treasury
Notes are at a 'discount--snd theyy ,must
raise the wirrd in some way.
Th~e wily disciples of the asmt.e Mfairtin,
and the sage Levi, remembered ,ho'w the
debt which had been left by them in 1840,
as a legacy to the Whigs-and which was
'by the Whigs paid off--had, "by means of
of their plausible falsehoods, been used as
capital! to electioneer against the WVhigs--
whom they charged with increasing the
public -expenditures--which increase was
caused by the effort of the Whigs to sustain
the Nation's credit. What succeededlonce
may succeed :again. They foreseea Whig
majority in the next Congress--so they re-
solve that instead of 'Direct Taxation, 'which
would bring them into odium with the Peo-
ple-instead of increasing the duties, wbich
would brmngthem into contempt--they are
resolved to borrow money and leave pay-
ment to the Whigs. They trust that the
Peo~ple if not called on to pay'up now, wil,
not. care 'much about the future, and that if
the Whigs, when they come into power,
acting with their usual regard to honesty
and 'national faith, levy taxes to pay the


debt, these same smooth-tongued gentry,
will make capital for themselves out of the
occurrence which they have been the pri-
ma'y creators of. We trust that the Whigs
in Congress will resist every attempt to cre-
ate a National Debt. We desire to leave
no such legacies to 'our children-if we of
the present generation incur a debt, let the
means of payment which we now enjoy the
possession of, be applied to its discharge-
it can be done by a tariff on imports, in the
judicious arrangement of the details of which
encouragement can be given to American
Industry of every kind.

LET US ALONE."
This sentiment of the Lyons weavers,
which the Calhoun Democracy succeeded
in getting adopted as the tnotto of Florida,
intending thereby to have it understood that
the State is opposed to protecting Ameri-
can Industy, has been returned to the wea-
vers aforesaid, of whom it was borrowed,
and "in lieu thereof" the legend, "WE
TRUST IN GOD," has been chosen. Folks
do say, that considerable opposition was
evinced to so doing by certain of the Dem-
locrats, who think they have no great cause
tu be thankful just now for any great favors,





Apalachicola Exchange.
THE subscriber informs his friend
and the public in general, that lie has bf
come the Proprietor of this above we1I
known house, and will be pleased to ehtertaifn
any of the traveling community that may favor
iim with their'custom, and will also accommo.
date resident boarders. The bar will always, b4
supplied with genuine liquors of the choice
quality. JOHN PATRIDGE.i
Apalachicola, Nov. 14, 1846.


Line.
^ f CASKS best Thomaston, for sale by
500 D. B. WOOD & CO.
Dec 12 Columbus Row.


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For New York.
a.:' THE fast sailing ship FLOKLDLYX,.*
J Wniittnore; master, having Most bf he-
s cargo engaged, will have immediate des-:
patch. For freight or passage, apply to the mas
ter, or to NOURSE, STONE & CO.
Dee 26 46 Water street. =,
Stores for Rent.
A STORE No. 6, in Columbus Block,
lately occupied by Sims & Chieeveri and"
Stoae No. ,, Block C on Water st. Ap-
ply to NOURSE, STONE& CO.
Dec 25 46 Water street..
Dwelling for Rent.
U THE small Dwelling House lately oc-
cupied by Mr W A McKenzie. Itiquire
Fl of NOURSE, STONE & CO.
Dec 26 46 Water street.


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ALT--100IU sacks afloat and for sale by
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I:f Vry-reasoi ihe people will (urn Locofoco-
i^-. Nfi:out -f d1-r's, so a3s (o avO1i. any such

g;. ..nece-sity, The Whii-3 came into power 1iu
.- -1.34 1, whenhIbe revenue ol' tile -overnment:
--.:='. ^ s.-bu eleven or twelve IiijllionS nl'dollars,,
&,l~ its Credtit good for nothintl. Did Iheyj
:!- n "lilpU report to) direct taxation,? By jto
.- fnlean,+. .-They hi.i,. Just line elnou ll bIelore
t-'am:.--tieir power .was stolen fromI ih-n, to pass a
7 { .* 'ii l K i. N u u l a w E b v w []i c> h ;ilr w i th
I e'-. -% iler -.ie .t a ,n ,' ,,'iw.lo ,e I.,-,,..liit i",the
: . p _pe-ople, they raised thin re,-,nlle, IlU tree
7.-'7;i-7 eai'-i to "27 or -3 ,,,illiojns.
T-, A iil. na thiu li, are ino -- con ;idlerin..- Ihat
:*,g? U3a+ wickeil ain1d needlless w,ir, is life clief
;.-" "ause of our1 now,, heavy e penu.lituie and
.^ i:-- -t elllui o d ebt, and co ns-;id erl'n aj 1l.i1 th e
.y ':J o arn a l o:ft' ,.,ini':- .i is ;i p ip e r h wh i lin ik es
;' *.- m uch account of 11- rli i ,'-,~'n ch,iracier, I nd
!7 .' its if g rd -J I'm ill, B etlh, %%e w o nm ler it d id
P- not I.hink of" Hllim v,?ry si:nple, but co-npre-
A. mhensive and potent rule in [l6 \Vr'if, by
*.." -.1vhieli el t could lie obnI'in ,I I ioni o'Ir )pre-
.... -- -sent eniiburra-;mentz. W\e ilthink tlhe \W lligs
..., .-- -" W 'll lha.re un,'~ l ''ulln-n tv ill 1 illN iin', it. W e
:, 'hope they %ill s.lV it M r. Pulk, !lii ltr his
:/%: ;.-:'_ h'' a ll l eiul' f -- ,' li o the w ,I', ;in. ;ill ils
`I n icl, e,.-- EA E' t., do
'- '.. -* ._ ewtt(\ %..i^. I. ,] .//." It' il y %%illl bring
";.."..' .1iinrtI') ob'y Ili it rIle, lheic w ill lie no need
-" )l d direct i.i l. lOn !
-~~ _' [Prj,.in il;, o i.' l. K n l'licjn ]
3.. :' "' M \,,...', 1:e,.' ,1-46.
M Es sR I':, :--I aln l.iil In see you
--iakintg t-he Ch il.-siun 13;nKl, Iy tile horns--
; -- tile), are sprerlin" I'l ni-elvf? a le r. too
:'.': last. I w .n1t. N,.i l,1 l+',:>i ill iniind ili ti the
i.'_a.. nm:a) ers" I tl a T nkl of ('1i 111e 1 0:o are
H -ii,.1 M oi l, ] T-)h.:'i '.l i, .r ,iead l _-" ,I,,,ad-
.-'. 'fully opp~o-e'." l ,ij lh,-? [ 'inl l,, ,, llh,- ,_hltiie-
-'-" ]';';, '.* SS l : iic. c i.l-l, nI t thltl0 : o1 if i; ,i .i l]n .1 .i ilo n -
.'-." 31 e' l' ], that I, l l' I I ir l 1,.'. r hIt" I x'1 _' S late
... ill lll' .. I Iii oin I h ll p .: i .f 'i- ,! til :' n 'l t ,1"l lo -
-C I-C tln b r I- ,--li i:i v..,.ll .n .. ;, I',,',,,- the

--R. "/hls. N ,, It.).1 t ,, ",'i ,",t. u :' ,-'i h Rse
^. '. il -" le I i"-1 III li'"' '! ,-r'" i, lili il,"1 wi th~
);I .b; litk :-i Cf ( -it l-. I,1 .- I i ... I % i 11
'" their pre'.l.iin .' \W e- li, I ilih_-i Io,.-.iting
"". ,' nelCi'. ill Fl.,i l.I, (,-.l..-i I, A1.1lj iiol and
"" L ,ti~iO l i, 1 i-ily w i IIu ai n ',thie.l ll.t con-
.'t': '' t i. s7 ';,, l -i 1 if !lih,-i, il-king
.... I -'. (he cOnl ee it ,,' ihli ,1an Sio. ,'.l,.r<, and
S, ; 1". w il"iw llni liccii-e I'r n i..h, ii "r :.i !". l ure.
: 9 ,' hlv il r.v ;i i' iri; iin tit il i i.|i,li 0 o 1' tile
hi- .lle "P erii'-y, .i i 'i Si,1,i I S.'. B,. it !,, by
-* " enl.l lll # iia, ;iill e Il i.l Oir!". ifii )IS to-
m '* w ai'>s, .;IIu l o i Ill ti,ill'. T I --,.'.- 1 ir I M o-
I': ** leV-- e ) i r,i' s. if i> -" .' t ,<'li' il t i r i n g
'- .. t-l n wIr \ v it) rl,- %I,:,, c ii C l h,"at liags
: ... wwll it ll',:,l iv li I I.'t,. d-, ,,i .... L; Ii II'yo u
.;'- "= % ierp 1 ."it(']l I l .'. i i li ,.'.,.,c, ili ,-,' ri'e ..o in g
":- '. 1"il ;lie /,.'71."'10 ,. .' i t i. "" h ,i ii w a rd
"* -!' .'* i:!r ,il." T in, r ii H ii', ~y I, ,1 I ples
leIiv 10 to S l nj .',.:i.. 1' //" ... .,-* I it" from
"y .'- : |ioni', a. 'hl V.s i ,, '',r,:,? ir, I .i r-, i.I, i the
": :. pJrfi ._e.-... / /. .r: .'t.. /, ',. ,:." ;i' i 1 ,n ,lv s I,,,-.. ,..le to
e .- .: th e l r \'lw l 'iil 1 l .. I l i c y :, r uo i ,, r l o f lh e
: ". .-/ M ;a / '" I ll | i h ,, v g; ,- '.1 1 i l i ',: c a -n .n ,I h a t e
S (- ]-th.e 0".t'S" ( so 1 NIll, Ih-:1I Ilh,'v elli ii is far
f1ro.n lioinle s n 5 ,I l ,.,.i d.l di,,-_ l --I car-
,. rv it;
". .N o."%, genllemoIi i, :1a (: 1'1 "r_1in I protest
against hlleir olel' if ioln-; it ilit S.i_'al,-; let
liihem do -is they %%ill in Floridla, Al.ibama
'and I iihna." 1:11 ;n en!Jll]i ol' >i democrat
**. l6to believe Ihiit our Gold. and S, imw:r i, just a
c"* shadle better tlhan their li.p(*r. And our
"Banks cmn furnkli .Is %%ph a.; imnm good
~.~-... Y Bnnks noles I-1 our c.'OUmmnerce deal Inds,
eq i I an l if we ale I urIl;ilied i lh um re llian is
,"-' 'really needed, it lra.Is to ) u i ars.; and
S-"' -" whenI we w int -p-,:ie, Ili-iV rc cOulpelled to
'' : stLIpply us %iii 1h1 ll t;11 t o,:, r n:nI s require.
"'= I inltendl lo low 1li.ll Plnl, of' hi.iliesion up
t' '--: Salt R iver. I inlellt o 1 "6 ,.'11 o0111 hl'- oper-
.a = lions, and I.iv ilieonm bI- "."re tilhe public.
.'hlis ,h'lloer.int B iikiur_" %%on.( do, even
for tile W liii-,. I all) t eo nlI.1 Democrat
to winik atll iheir ciemilin^ ; vacuunu of the
Hards," and filling it will thl ir "- Softs."
You are gouil \\rhis, it i- Irtle, btll too
holieil 1l10 IO plublilh Ihle prote-i 1lf;i i.iMon
-, Pure." _E.It)lM (_:[,\T.,
".1 LOSS O-F TIll: CH~tI.II.q,-,l-N MAIL.
*_-'. An cxta 'roiu tlhe -iri.-e rlf I lie \Vilildngton

?'.'" C hronicle, ,',ii ,l..d F ivl ,\', t'ie:r. l~ih, 12
o'clock A. 31." nt, iiM -y- thie fIh',lu"ir,'_ intel-
ligence o1" tlle I,:,-s (:1lilte "l lif,!.. il'tle Mails
inade uI) at I:'li.ir]t-.ii,:,n, !,n \V ,:dInic "*" T he -.leanirer t ;,l.n lilii ( ',-,Ii'. .'':Yith,
wliilei lefti ler v,?:l-.in.,.\ I',,r t_'hlr cston,
hut "ilw i -ihtl |'io ei rl ,'-i ln v I,, l rilher than
-across tlhe Uni'it I~ii-, Ii i |ii't relli'0t?,el wihh
S. -Ihle slei l'inlel" '\ .,uJ.ii:iljili in 1iw F rom
i"C -a p t. P o r le r, el" Ii l1. \ \ < d 'ilji,' li, w re le a rn
-.- he I'tillowiitg |iariiculars.
,_. "The V calii,? 1-111 ol' Chl.nlrl linn at her
iusuall honur on \Vedne.tl.iv, ab,-,I.lt .3 P. M.
At A l1), o11" Geor2,llown, ille3 \viinI "hieh
-1had beeu blowiil.- lfi-r s'niiie liiiir- iin heavy
ll ut s ls s e t i t oe ,i I' tir io lU S !. : ,l e Ir o ni t h le
Ea-$t, aiccnnpanledl \" nt il l i*m l-aiu. AI about
11 lIhe steamer w _ lihr,.l.m ii Ul,,n her beaim


`'." "-ends. Alter :a %% hlel, lie ri'died, not having
-" been essenthi-llv d:imii~e,.l. AI "-1 on Thurs-
-" -day niorniimu; shie %as .,_'raii il'r,' n oil her
beam euds, lier ruddler iIIII"1 ,'ilpi t:.Ik both
wheel houses ne irlv dviluli-lie ll, the mail
'f'' '- aparlmnelit broken ipin, :ii.i ;ill 'lie M ails
: from the S,,ilh l) t ,,iin in :il i r'l t:s'lI on togc-
Aher with [lie Ch' iile.in M a:il, s% lepl into
n the ocean. 'tle In.iln nlnst \;'[as c:lt ;.%ay-
the- ihesteamer ri'"hitedJ a1.-i,111in in a1 shllot tiMe,
q and not hainug had 1 er" ia:'.hachiuery injured,
'proceeded on her ;iN, ilth- %%ild Conluuing
"--.""Io blow irellneiulou-'qy a., it did, ttniil about
": 1.2o'clock oil Tmhurl'ay.
:- "yIJ3y great skill aud juJ'nleUlt Capt.
Polter worked lhe ,ira, almiin for forty
% -- iniles, broniilit her i|) lo Ihe in-ain bar,
thieuce shie w is t(o,, ej !,; town liv' th' 1."tor. The po-pr,. h, w \eie (n board
.'; itestow the %er'\ lhiile-.i ti ui nitlnii; on the
'*- : ".. V anl'lerlilh, :is a1.;!. on the in .n.i-elireut ol
-'. "'?C iain Pelter, lIhe ii,.':" .ih F' r Iw, in th'v
*awful Ce ntliLt iilti ilie eleliif:iil<.'
'..-i; "- .Judze Butler, U S. Siin li" ir--no .'oulh
";" "* ", Carolinl, wri.; a )>i-,fsne' v on boat'd ilie Van-
..". ., .' '*itlfrbilt,-- [C7;'h. / ,,t-./> E r,;'7.',.1' .V( .H


SINGtULA.r, Wl Lt.-Dudl 'u Pic, Aman,who
> died about a U1Olith aq'2, w";,s ine of the
wealthiest and Umo tl d.biii'iiS-lic-,J merchatlts
of Salein,.M ass. Thie C1 iIll", ." hIs estate
is estimated at *$l,00,iin, 51 which was dis-
tributed by Il s %%ill ar hlollow,,:-Th' suln
,.bfz.$100,000 w.,Is g 'c-r in tru1 t t'> each of
his six cJii Hdreu, li' ii 11" III,.p-It. wouldd
keep theul out ,fl Lhe 1,o.01 1l1o0.11; P lo each
.of his se rnanit; lie hl<'t ilie sum of .M 5..'), to the
church of whichli ho,--.is a mulenil)-r tlepew
which he 1ha1d oci.lpieI fort lh.,ii a (eIVn tUry
and tihe bail~ince of lii, prop.iiN, ,.,zl.t about
,M' |0.10,l k-.i lie ? 'ivc.-;, intIo ]!t'. iiiill,'di.lle i N eosi


-'** -


session of his'chi Ihat he grandlarthedrof this merchant was
one of the wealthiet men-of Salem, while
his farther wag o'ne of the very poorest,
and lived the life of a decayed gentleman.
NIthingf, thereiore, would seem the best
capital for a young man to begin life with.

WHAT SHALL WE DO TO SAVE IEXICO ?--
This appears to be the great momentous
,question that now agitates the English
press. How shall we stop republican rapa-
city, cry the London editors? The Britan-
nia ascribes our progress to Mexican cow-
ardice, aind says that we are only fighting
against beggars, peasants, robbers and In-
dians. The London spectator thinks that
England had better drop the Spanish mar-
riage question, and unite with France in
forming a gigantic monarchy that would in-
clude Mexico and all the Northe'rn part of
South America, over which, as Emperor,
might be placed the Prince de Joinville
This the Spectator thinks would secure a
solid Southern. boundary to the United
States--" that huge moving bog in political
geography." The Spectator is almost in a
rage. M'exi'co must be tranquillized and
herstrengih consolidated by good govern-.
ment, or she is lost." The United States
aire bent on seizing the whole Mexican ter-
ri tory. "It is high tithe that we in England
should take into serious consideration what
can be done to save th'e miserable and im-
potent republic of Mexico from extinction
as an independent nation." The "Britannia
rests some hopes on SANTA ANNA. If
SANTA ANNA." says the editor, "deserves
the hunderdth part of the reputation which
he brings with him, and avails himself eol'he
ample means of, his country, he will have
Gen. TAYLOR on prison rations in Mexico
in a month, and tihe heroes of Washington
right glad to scamper across moor and
mountain until they wrap their se irs in the
relmnanfs of thir flag" !! The Britannia
goes on to suggest what Mexico might do:
"If every tenth man in Mexico were turned
into a soldier, no power on earth could make
an impression upon Mexico." The Eng-
lish editor advises Mexi'co to commission
privateers, and takes as deep an interest in
the war as any enemy to the United States
could possibly take. The "huge moving
bog" would seem to be really a grievous
annoyance to English pride, and her inter-
meddling propensity. She frets and fumes
at the idea of American power, and unable
or afraidl to attack ns openly, resorts to the
cowardly means of secretly advising and
directing the movements of our enemies.
N. 0. Evening _Mercury.

A ,"miscreant editor" in this city stig-
rm, tizes the noble volunteers who are now
fighting the battles of' their country, as "a
band ofrobbers and murderers." Thesame
"miscreant" charges by cowaidly i'nn'uendo
that Daniel Webster wvas drunk When he
recently made a speech to the volunteers at
Philadelphia. What a pity it is that the
volunteers who he defiaines, could not have
the privalige of shooting this "miscreant"
as a traitor to his country.-[Boston Times.

DEEPEST SOUNDING YET.-It is mentioned
in a recent number of the Savannah Repub-
lican that Lieut. Bache, of the U. S. sur-
veying brig Geo. Washington, whose loss at
sea has been so much deplored, succeeded,
after repeated attempts, in aseertair, ng at
one point the depth of the Gulf* Stream.
The length of line out was 1200 fatholns,
or about one mile and a third. This is
probably nearly three-fourths of a mile dee-
per than plummet ever sounded before.
The soundings of Cap. Scoresby, and all
others, so far as we know, fall far short ol
this prodigious depth., Generally (adds the
Republican) th'e soundings for the coast
-survey extend to the'edge of the Gulf Stream,
arld the water as might be expected, always
deepens where this trem'e6Jous current rolls
alorg.- .[Mobile Advr
"&I would ask your honor," said a frothy
pettifogger, in one of our courts, "I would
'ask your honor, I say, if there are not pre-
_sumptions of law--presumptions of law,]
s say your honor?" To be sure there are,'
said the judge, "and in your person a pre.
sumption of law stands now before me."

EAnTIILY TRIFLEs.--Nothing appeals tc
Ime m'fofe extravagant th~an the folly and
madness of'that mia -'who 'can trifle with
considerations on whieh hils eternal interests
d'eptend. ,He tmus't soon quit his hold ol
peet things; he tnust soon euter anothiei
r world" the grand question, therefore is.
does anything present itself like a footing in
tlhe abyss before him ? Can a floating atom
adhere to any thing like substance ? 1 see
one ground of hope on which [ can venture,
tLike the dove, therefore, which "went tn
arid fr'o, but found no rest for her foot til!
r she 'e'turhed 't0 tie ark,"' so after trying
"other means, ofrest, T am reduced fromi
necessity to flee to thaft only rest and refuge
set before me in the gospel.-Cecil.


Stale "T x Collector's Sale.
B"YY v ilue of thIie power vested in me by law, I
shall expose for sale before the Court Hiuse
door in the county of Calhoun, on the first Mon-
day in July next, (he following properly situated
in (lhe cily of St. Joseph, or so much thereof, as
will pay the State and County Tax on the same
for 1le yearr 154 :
11 Lots unimproved valued at $50, purporting
to belong to R C Allen's estate.
1 Lot unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belon- to Robert Armstrong.
1 Lot" unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to F G Arott.
3 Lots improved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to R Beveridge's estate.
4 Lots unlmp'roved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to A B Blackwell's estate.
1 Lot improved, Valued at 600, pnrporting to
belong to George Clark.
2 Lots improved, valued at $100, purporilngto
belong to Wm Cromwell.
11 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purpbi-ting
to belong to J N Copeland.
3 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, Fi'r'portling
to belong to R K Call.
3l Lots unimproved, valued at $200, purporting
to belong to Win P Craig.
3 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong lo W .Colquit.
2 Lots unimproved, valued ut $50, purporting
to belong to Colquit & G'rant.-
2 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to Wm B Duvall.
3 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to D W Dubois.
2 Lots unimproved, valued at *50, purporting
to belong to John E Davis.
2 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to John Derrick.
20 Lois unimproved, valued at $1 00, purporting
to belong to John G Gal'ble..
'8 Lots unimproved, valued at $100, p1u'rportfng
to belong to F G Gibson's estate.
2 Lots unimproved, valued ai 0", purporting
to belong to E G Greenwood.
1 Lot improved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to James Goslin.
6 Lots unimproved, valued at $56, purporting
to belong to Robert Gamble.
2 Lots improved, valued at $100, purporting to
belong to Edward Hardin's estate.
2 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purpot'ing
to belong to S K Hodges.
1 Lot unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to William Holland.
7 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to A K Hill.
1 Lot unimproved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to B S Hawley.
I Lot unimproved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to 1I B Inman.
2 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to G C S Johnson.
7 Lots improved, valued at $300, purporting to
belong to Juhn Jenkins' estate.
3 Lots unimproved, valued at $100, purporting
to belong to Seaborn Jones.
1 Lot unimproved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to Jones & Bass.
1 Lot improved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to J Kinney's estate.
1 Lot improved, valued at $200, purporting to
belong to J P Lockey.
1 Lot improved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to Doctor Lang.
1 Lot improved, valued at $50, p"Urporting to
belong to Abraham Low.
5 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purportiug
to belong to P Lathrop.
1 L6t. improved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to C McEhran.
9 Lots unimproved, valued at $90, purporting
to belong to Wm P Malone.
1 Lot unimproved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to Thomas More.
1 Lot improved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to Daniel Munn.
1 Lor unimproved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to J Nipnenger.
1 Lot improved, valued at $100, purporting to
belong to Wm Patrick.
2 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to George Poe, j3r.'.
2 Lot u.ni n proved-, valued at $50; purporting
to belong to Judge Pope.
I Lotimproved, valued at $50, purporting to
belonigto Wmjm D Price.
2 Lots improved, valued at $100, purporting to
belong to IsaLac Robinson.
2 Lots improved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to F A Ross.
3 Lots unitiprioved',' vlued at $50, purporting
to belong to A Ryan.
3 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
t6 belong io Wm Rowlett.
3 Lots unimproved, valued, at $50,- purporting
to belong to Reegan; Colquit & Grant.,
1 Lot unimproved, valued at $50; purporting to
belong to Robeirson & Everett.
2 Lots unimproved, valued at $.50, purporting
to belong to Phineas Randall.
i Lot improved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to George St Glair.
1 Lot improved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to R M Stewart's estate.
Lots unimproved, valued at $100, purporting to
belong to Hamilton Smith. -_
1 Lot unimproved, valued at $50, pur'pbiting
to belong to George Stewart.
1 Lot unimproved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to J Sweeter
1 Lot Unimnprov'ed, valued at $72u0, purporting
to belong to Walter Thompson.
S Lots improved, valued at $".200, purpor'tinlg to
Belong to E J Wood'.s estate.
2 Lotts improved, valued at $2.00, puripor-ting to
belong to Hez R Wood.
4 Lots improved, valued at $200, purporting to
belong to Carnot Woodrutf.
1 Lot unimproved, valued at {$50, PUrporting to
belong to Charles Wilson.
2 Lols unimproved, valued at $.50, purporting
to belong to J D Westcott.
8 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to P D Woodruff.


1 Lot unimproved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to William Wyat.
3 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to R W Williams.
Lots improved, valued at $1,500, purporting to
belong to John D Gray.
ISAAC JACKSON, Sheriff
and ex-officio Tax Collector;
December 26, 1846- 49-6m


COTTON MARKET.
Cor'roNx.-A rise of some three feet in our river
has added about 10,000 bales to our receipts, ma-
king a total thus far this season of 14,919 bales, 1
against 17,399 same time last year. Most of the late
arrivals are for shipment, and this keeps onrMarket
barely stocked, and restricts the operations to a
very limited amount. At the date of our latest ad.
vices from Columbus', the river had fallen some
18 inches and was still fast receding. This cir-
cumstance in connection with tile absence of a
number of boats past due, renders it more than
probable that the rise was but temporary, and tlie
river again too low for boats to ran. The season
now however, is so far advanced that we may very
soon look for uninterrupted navigation.
The sales of cotton daring the past week amount
to about 1000 bales, at the following fig-ures:-
Middling 8-' ; Good Middling 8' a 9 ; Middling
Fair 94' ; Fair 9&c.
FREIGH'TS.-The only foreign engagement we
have heard of is a lot of 700 bales by the bark Ala-
bama atJd. To New York, masters readily ob-
tain 4'e. but refuse that rate to Boston and Provi-
dence.


PORT OF APALACIIICOLA .... December 26.

CLEARED.
Dec 12-Schr Nathan Hale, Bradley, for New
0 leans.
Dec 14--Schr Lncy Ann, Spear, for N Orleans.
Dec 15-Bark Weybooset, Harris, for New
York, by Dodge & Pratt.
Dec .31-Schr Elizabeth Carolinc, Blithen, for
St Marks.
Schr Elizabeth, Cliff, for New Orleans.
Schriir Ontwa, Corsden, lor New Orleans.
Dec 22-Schr Ann, lRogers, for New Orleans.
ARltR IVED.
Dec 12-Bark Triton, Lure, fm Providence.
Dec 14--BJirk Eliza, Htaynes, fin New York.
Schr Elizahelh, Clift, fin New York.
Dec 16-Bark Alabama, Merritt. frn Boston.
Dec 22-Schr Octavia, Shannon, fmn N Orleans.
Schr.Ontwa, Corsden. fmi New Orleans.
Dec 24--Brig Delaware, Borden, fmi Foil River.
Sleamer Augusta, McLean, fm Chattahoocltee.
Steamer Charleston, Freeman, fm Columbus.
Steamer Champion, Cadwallader, fin Colulnbus.
Steamer Peytona, Uieer, fm Columbus.
Steamed Emlily, ["lall, 'fin Columbus.
Steamer ColrmhbulsF Stapler, 'fm Columbus.
Steamer Viola, Van Veghten, fm Columbus.
Sieamer Mary A Moore, Moore, fro Columbus.
Steamer Bostoa, Morton, fin Columbus.
Steamer Notion, McAllister, fm Columbus.

LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT.
SHIPS.
Floridian, Whitmore, .100 tons, for New York,
loading--Nourse, Stone & Co.
Andrew Scott, Emery, 31S tons, waiting-Chas
Rtogers \c Co.
Harriet Rockwell, Gennish, 447 tons, fin Liver-
pool, waithig--Master.
BARQUES.
Alabama, Merritt, 347 tons, for Live'rpoo, load-
ing-Chas Rogers & Co
Eliza, Haynes. 279 tons, for New York, loading--
Dodge & Pratt.
Triton, Lure, 267 tons, from Providence, waiting
Master.
John Brower, IHubbs, 310 tons, fm Liverpool,
waiting-Master.
Mersey, Coffin, 372 tons, discharging-J Day
& Co.
Sarah Sheaff, Sands, 401, waiting-J Day & C6.
BRIGS.
Manhattan, Johnson, 247 tons, for New York,
with dispatch-Nourse, Stone & Co.
Wellsby, Davis, 210 tons, fm Key West, waiting
D B Wood & Co.
Delaware, Borden, 214 tons, fm Fall River, wait-
ing-Master.


Dec 26 40 Water street.*-
For NewV York.
'I'THE splendid fast sailingbrig .MJI"-':
^H.t TTdJA, Johnson, master, will have
3 dispatch. For Freight or Passage, apP-
ply to the maste or to
NOURSE, STONE & CO.
Dec 26 46 Watex street. -


COTTON STATEMENT.


Last
year.
4



17397

2S54


Stock on hand Sept. 1, 1846.1088
Burnt since 1st Sept.. 100
--983
Received past week ............ 6703
previously ....... .... 7253
Total......... --14949
Exported past week ............ 814
1 previously ............ 1713
Total ........-- 2527


On hand and on shipboard not cleared..12422 14573

EXPORTS OF COTTON FROM APALAOHICOLA
Commencing 16t Siepternber, 1816-and same
time in 1845.
'PasI Previ-T OTr La
WH-ITER EXPORTED. weekously., "Iseason


L iverpool ........ ... .......................
H avre .................. ................. ..
N antz ................ ...... ...... ...... ......
T rieste ............... ...... ...... ... .. .. ......
G enoa ............. .. ...... ...... ...... ......
O their ports ........... ...... ...... ...... ......
Total to For. Ports. ...... ....... ...... ......
New York ........... ...... .. 1022 ..1022 ..2698
B oston ............... .. ... ...... ...... ......
Providence ... ...... ............ ...... ......
P hiladelphia ......... ... ..................
B altim ore ............ ...... ...... ...... ......
New Orleans ......... ... 814...691 ..1503 ...166
O therports ........... ...... ...... ...... ......
Total Coastwise.... .. ""171-3 .2527 .28G4
TOTAL--BALES. .... ...... .-527 ..2864


11. 1I. Butt.
WILL continue to transact a gaeneral FOR-
WARDING & COMMISSION BUSINESS
andsolicits the patronage of his friends and the
public. Dec 26 49-4t
N OTIDE-SAMUEL BENEZET is my du-
ly authorized Agent during my absence from
the State of Florida.
Dec ,6 R. CROCKETT KERR.


RECEIPTS FROM THLe INTERIOR.
Per steamer Akgusta-10 bales cotton and 10
boxes tobacco to Lockhart V Young; 8 bales cot-
ton aria 8 boxes tobacco to Thos Preston; 18 bales
cot'ton and I box tobacco to D G Raney; 5 bales
cotton to J F Farrior; 1 box tobacco to B S
Hawley.
Per steamer Peytona-225 bales cotton to A N
McKay; 115 to Lockhart & Young; 100 to D B
Wood & Co; 10() to Hill, Dawson & Co; 99 to
Wood Rnllo,.- ?t to IHarper & Holmes; 25 to
Wm nG Porter & Co.
Per steamer Boston-300 bales cotton to 1) B
Wood & Co; 211 to A N McKay; 100 to T L
Mitchell.
Per steamer Notion-300 bales cotton to Chas
Rogers Co; 194 to Maelay & Kimbrough.
Per steamer Lotus-156 bales cotton to Charles
Rogers & Co.
Per steamer Champion-100 bales cotton to
Nourse, Stone & Co; 56 to Hill, Dawson & Co;
55 to Ls Fred E Dugas; 59 to Dodge & Pratt; 24
to Wm G Porter & Co; 38 to Harper & Holmes;
19 to Lockhart \- Young.
Per steamer Augusta-116 bales cotton and 12
boxes tobacco; 16 bales cotton and 12 boxes to-
bacco to Thos Preston; 4 bales cotton and 4 boxes
tobacco to B S Hawley; 1 do to D G Baney.
Per steamer Charleston-479 bales cotton to
Maclay & Kimbrough; 100 to Chas Rogers & Co;
91 to Hill, Dawson & Co; 75 to Lockhart &
Young; 61 to J Day & Co.
Per steamer Columbus-546 bales cotton'to Ma-
clay & Kimbrough; 124 to Harper & Holmes; 100
to Chas Rogers -V Co; 25 to Nourse, Ston'e &
Co; 104 to order.
Per steamer Emily-400 bales cotton to D B3
Wood & Co; 300 to Harper & Holmes; 100 to T
L Mitchel; 101 to Hill, Dawson & Co; 101 to
Nourse, Stone & Co.
Per steamner Mary A Moore-976 bales cotton
and 4 boxes beeswax; 72 bales cotton to Lockhart
& Young.
Per steamer Viola-400 bales cotton to D B
Wood Co; 202 to Wood & Ballou; 34 to Hill,
Dawson & Co; 98 to Nourse, Stone & Co; 15 to
B Ellison & Co; 13 to order.
Per steamer Augusta-16 bales cotton and 4
boxes tobacco to Wm G Porter f, Co; 12 bales
cotton to D G Raney; 8 do and 27 boxes tobacco
to Thos Preston; 2 do to J F Farrior; 2 to Wy-
lie &_McKenzie; 9 to order.
Per steamerPeytona-472 bales cotton and 29
bales yarn and domestics to Hill, Dawson & Co;
20') bales cotton to D B Wood. & Co; 184 to
Wood & Ballou; 91 to Ls Fr'd E Dugas; 9 to
A N McKay; 22 to Harper & Holmes; 3 to Lock-
hart & Young.
Per steamer Champion-212 bales cotton to
Harper & Holmes; 123 to Chas Rogers & Co;
100 to D BIWood & Co; 90 to Lockhart & Young;
72 to Maclay & Kimbrough; 51 to Ls Fred E
Dugas; 48 to Dodge & Pratt; 41 to Wm G Porter
& Co; 3S to Wood & Ballou; 36 to J Day & Co;
20 to A N McKay.
Per steamer Notion-488 bales cotton to D B
Wood & Co; 200 to Chas Rogers & Co; 98 to B
Ellison & Co; 53 to Green & Connery; 58 to
Lockhart & Young; 10 to Nourse, Stone & Co;
11 to Wood & Ballou.
Per steamer Augusta-59 bales cotton and 3
boxes tobacco to Lockhart & Young; 22 bales
cotton to D G Raneiy; I box tobacco to Thomas
Preston; 14 sacks groundpeas to J F Farrior.
EXPORTS.
NEW YORK-Per bark Weybosset-353 bales
cotton, 211 boxes tobacco, 109 logs cedar, 6000
staves, 12 bxs mdze.
NEW ORIEANS-Per schr Lucy Ann-200
balescotton, 14 bxs tobacco, 14 tes rice.
Per schr Nathan Hale-226 bales cotton, 9 bxs
tobacco, 7 pkgs mdze.
Per schr Elizabeth-442 bales cotton, 16 bxs to-
bacco, 2 hhds bacon.
Per schr" Ontwa-70 bales cotton, 200 bales os-
naburgs, 32 bales cotton yarns
ST. MARKS-Per schr Elisabeth Caroline-
200 sacks salt.


E XCHANGE on Boston, Providence, New
York and Baltimore bought, and sight checks
on New York sold by
WILLIAM G. PORTER & CO.
Dee 5 Agents Bank of Brunswick.


Marshall House.
HAVING taken the abov e Qlab'
__gS||K lishment, (formerly Armistead's Hr-
tel) I am now having it neatly tined
up, so that I may be able to make
all who call comfortable, and flatter- -
myself with the hope, that those ywho call may
be Induced to continue ther Fpatronage. -fhe'
Stages all stop with me, in in the absence
either of them, passengers who stop here will
meet with no detention, as private conveyance
can be had by application to me. The Eastern
Stage arrives on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri-
days, at 7 o'clock, A. M., and departs on Mon-
days, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 8 o'clock, P.
M. The Northern Stage departs immediately af-
ter the arrival of the Eastern, and re'rt s the"
same day, at 8 o'clock, P. M. The -Iestern"
Stage arrives here in time to take the Eastern"
line, and departs on Mondays, Wednesdays antf"
Saturday, at 8 o'clock, A. M. By this line',-
passengers will take the Mail Boat at Chatta-oo,
chie for Apalachicola on Mondayps and Thursdays. "
A. G. MARSHALL, Proprietor.:
IF. quincy, October 27, 1846. nov l4 43-tf
To Let,
|B THE second floor wi t h two fiffy,0flicet-"
g [ of Store No. 50, Water street. Enquirer
.B"a on the premises of
Dee 5 EDWARD McCULLY.
For Rent,
THE Property on Centre st. ktobw ft, si
lil;i'the City Hotel. Apply to -
_ffl~j [nov21] D. B. WOOD,&, CO. "+.
For Rent, '
THE three fire proof Stores in the Co."
B lumbus Block, known as Nos..-7, 8 and-:
itl 9; they will be rented either separately or,
together-possession given immediately. I-Aply
to [nov21] D. B. WOOD & CO
For Rent,
THE Dwelling House situated on the'
corner of Cherry'and High sireett. Thai
IHouse is new and well finished Wit' o nood "
pitched; spring well, with force pump--Will be .
rented low to a good tenant. For particjulirs.ap.-
ply' to the COLUMBUS EXCHANGE.
Dec 12 47-1t*
J. Flinn,
(L,ite T. C .. .Y .

BOOT AND SHOE MAKER" R`
etbt. CONTINUES to carry on. this b.u:-
hness in Apalachicola, two doors, be-
^ alow the City Hotel on Centre ,treet.;.
Having superior workmen, he .'.i&
confident that all who may-pafronize him willfitid'
that they have called at Ihe right 5hop. FrnlcY.'
Calf Skin, Morocco, and Patent Leather Bgots
or Shoes made to order, of the latest and- nos.t;ap- "
proved style. He will also keep on hand pa'larg
and selected assortment of' Ready Made B6ot';!'
Shoes and Brogans. All mending, &c.,,'doi!B'"
with neatness and promptitude, and& on tc-r-mv
that cannot fail to be recognised as in 'kdepinI
with the competition in trade and the 6l,'sinesa'
of the times.
Apalachicola, October 31:. 426m ,- -~-
Sa lt. *^ .*-*-.
1 SACKS afloat 1d for.-ate byy-.
1100 1D. B. WOOD & CO.' ,
Dec 5 7 Columbust 'w...
TUST received per brig Manhattan, from New'e'
J York, a fine assortment. of choice Liquor."-Se-
ga1, Tobacco, Soap, Candles, Starch, Dorrestics,-,
&e. Also in store, 30 barrels choice Wiine and"
Cider Vinegar, which will be sold 1w. .,
EDWARD .MCUt,4LY,
Dec 5 -50 Waterstireet.
30 BAGS Java Coffee; 50,do. Rio do";'
0 40 barrels Northern Flour -
4 pipes Madeira Wjne,
25 boxes Candles; 10.000 Regalia Segarsi"
For sale by B. S. HAWLEY,,
Dec 5 28 Water street. -.
Hay. .:+
f~\BUNDLES, for sale by :/ '
6 0B. S. HAWLE-Y. (;,
Dec 5 28 Water'sttreect.
Blagging. and Rope.- ,.'
ryr[l PCS Bagging; 30 coils Rope.s for sae by -
/0 LOCKHART' & YOU-NG, .
Nov.. 14 53 Wafer street.;`.-
NNUALS for 1847; Poen's;,. Toy Books, &c.,'
for sale by ., : '
Nov 21 -J, C. ALLEN,-..^
Po Ao ,S Clarlfied -Essence' of Hoarhourd
Candy-a fresh supply ijst received and fo'r
sa-, by H. 1F A-RELL, -
Nov2,1 Druigyist -; "


THE undersigned continue to make advances
on Cotton consigned to their friends in Liver7-
pool, Havre, Boston and New York.
D. B.- WOOD & CO.
Dec 5 "' "Columbus RoIV.


Calhoun Circuit Court.
John F. 0. Thomas, )
vs. Bill for Divorce.
Marinda Thomas. i
THE complainant has leave to file supplemen-
tal bill which was done. It appearing to
the satisfaction of the Court, that the defendant
resides out of the Western Circuit of Florida: It
is ordered that said defendant be required to ap-
pear and answer the bill of complaint, on the
first Monday in March, 18-17, "and in the fault
thereof, the said bill shall be taken pro confesso,
and 'that this order be published in some news-
paper in this State for two months before the
day ordered for the said hearing.
GEO. W. MACREA,
Judge of Southern Circuit,
Presiding in the Western Circuit.
(A true copy-Teste.)
11. W. ROWLEY, Clerk C. C. C. C.
Calhonn County, Dec. 21. dec26 49-2m


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Callhoun Circuit Court.
IN OPEN COUR'r-I)ECEMBER TERM) 18-16.
in Chancery.
Elizabeth McBryde,
vs, Bill for Divorce.
William McBryde.
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court
that the defendant William McBryde, resides
out ofthe State of Florida: It is ordered, that the
said defendant be required to appear and answer
the bill in this case, on the first Monday in April,
1S47, and in default thereof, the same shall be
taken pro confess, and it is further ordered that
this notice be published in some newspaper in
this State for the space of three months.
GEO. W. MACREA,
Judge of S,.uthern Circuit,
Presiding in the Western Circit.
'(A True Copy-Teste) ,
H. W. ROWLE,, Clerk C. C. C. C.
Calhoun County, Dec. 21,-18.16 dec2G 49-3m


Caution.
WHEREAS, a due bill for 81-25, was given
me on the 31st March, 1841, by Wrn. D.
Price, Deputy Collector for tlie Port of St. Jo-
seph, for public services, and said due bill having
been lost or mislaid, this is to caution any and all
persons against receiving or negociatina, the
same. EPHRAIM ANDREWS.
Apalachicola, Dec 26, 1846 49-3t


Annuals for 1847.
T HE 1 Mother's Present," 1 Moss Rose," 1 May
JFlower,"" Christian Keepsake,"" Hyacinth,"
,Friendship's Offering," "1Christinas Blossoms,"
" Wordsworth's Poems," Poetry of the Pas-
sions," Gems irom American Poems," the
" Boquet of Flowers," Montgomery and Byron's
Poems," Poetry of the Heart," Elliott's Po-
ems," Christian Miniature," the "Floral Gift,"
the "Marriage Ring," the Casket of Jewels,"
',Lovest Thou Me," and the Flower Vase."
comprise a part of the above now oflered, for sale
by J. C. ALLEN.
Also, a large assortment of School and Toy
Books, suitable for all the different ages of chil-
dren. Dee 26


PASSENGERS.
Per steamer Augusta-Judge G. S, Hawkins;
Messrs Thomas H Hagner, Josiah. H 'Gravy; A
Lewis, J Griffith, W '. Pope, 'G U Beickwith,
S W Beckwith, J W..l..,i,.l
Per steamer Peytona-Wm Moun1t, lady, 3 chil-
drel and servant; Miss Brown, Mrs Wingot, Mr
Wagnor.
Per steamer Boston-Mrs Floyd, Miss Young;
Judge Carmack, Major Hardin, Col Mills; Messrs
Cookei Ballard, A 1 Bush, H R Taylor, J N
Cummings; Sharp, G S King, Samuel Stephens,
Rawls.
Per steamer Champion-Miss Emma and& Mary
Rogers; Mr Charles Rogers.
Per steamer Augusta-Rev J L Gay; Messrs
Nelson Hawley, Geo T Berger, W'J Robinson,
F It Ely, Chas H Austin, John G Roulhac, S
J Flemming, John C Taylor, Francis Arnow, S
S Stone; Master G B Austin.
Persteamer Charleston-Mrs Chas Rogers, child
and servan-t; Messrs W S Nell, John Lloyd
Per steamer Columbus-M'essrs Irwin Williams
and Henry Foster.
Per steamer Emily-S Cassi-n, lady and 2 chil-
dren- J Day and lady; Messrs G W Ross, N J
Deblois, Mfrlikin, T Finnee, J J Bylandt'.
Per steamer Mary A Moore-Messrs J M Blud-
worth, H L Jordan, Geo W Read, Appling, Fort
and Banks. I --1
Per steamer Augurta--Messrs John Milligan,
Robert'Farley, Wm S Gunn, Wm Walea.
Per steamerViola-Capt P T Schley, ladyand
son; Messrs Jackson and son, Wm. T Wood, E
M Skipper.
Per steamer Peytona-MaJ -1H E ,Chitty, Capt
J B Appling; Messrs Phil Pratt, Watson.
Per steamer Champion-Mrs Reynolds, Miss
Hawes, Mr Garrett
Per steamer Augusta-Mrs Elizabeth Grouson
and son; Miss Emily Wooten, Miss Ellen Woo-
ten; Capt B Ellison, CaptN HayAen, Dr A Crane;
Messrs J W-Wooten, E F Davis. I-f G Guyon, R
Q Wooteirp J Davi.


Thomnas Preston,
COMMISSION MERCHANT AND TOBACCO
INSPECTOR AND BROKER.
No. 28 Water st.-Office second back room.
Dec 26 Apalachicola, Fa.


holiday Gifts.
A VERY beautiful assortment of Card Cases,
Cases, Visiting Cards of Various forms and
colors, Tablets, Soveniers, Extract of a Thousand
Flowers, Patchouly, Vanilla, and other rare spe-
cimens of Perfumery, Gold and Silver Pencils,
and many other fancy articles of Jewelry, de-
signed expressly for presents. For sale by
Dec 26 J. C. ALLEN.


The Hydraulic Steam Cotton
Press.
N O. 7 Columbus Block, is now prepared to
receive Cotton for Storage at reasonable rates,
and will be ready to compress for vessels by Tues-
day next. J. S. HUTCHINSON, Agent.
Apalachicola, Dec. 12, 1846. 47-tf


I. MT%. Butt.
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
Dec 2g, Aplaachicola, Fa.
Starr & Co.,
AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND GENERAL AGENTS,
EUFAULA, ALA.
REFERENCES:
MUST, DEAN & WYLES, ")
JOSIAiHr BLACKWELL & CO. N York.
L. F1 SEAMAN & Co. ?
JOHN NORTON, jr. j
JOHN FRASER & Co., Charleston.
C. C. LATHROP & Co New Orleans,
WARREN CROMWELL, C Columbus, Ga.
A. K. AYERI A
E. J. HARDIN, Apalachicola.


Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla.
T HIS invaluable and Justly celebrated com-
pound has just been received and for sale by
Dec 26 J. C. ALLEN, Druggist.
Building Lots for Sale or to Rent.
SEVERAL Lots well situated in different parts
of the city. Apply to
NOURSE, STONE & CO.
Dec 12 46 Water street.


Garden Seeds, Growth of IS46.
AN assortment of Garden Seeds, just received
and for sale by
Dee 12 H; F. ABELL.


Oil Cloths and Carpets.
18 PCS Oil Cloth, I and 2 yards wide;
Jt_ 3 pcs super Ingrain Carpeting;
3 Cotton "
2 Stair "
For sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO.
Dec 5 41 Water street.
INSEED OIL and TURPENTINE, just re-
ceived and for sale by
N-v 21 H. F. ABELL, Druggi'st.


For Sale,
0 CASKS superior Bacon Sides;
04 cc c Shoulders;
50 bbis Whiskey; 100 do. Flour;
NOURSE, STONE & CO.
Dec 23 46 Water street.


For Hire,
A NEGRO WOMAN. Apply at this office.
Dec 5


COMMERCIAL. iMAiiIE INTELLIGENCE.


UO. S. Mail Xr~~~eU
.Batee .T~r He^ ot A~fWA i
fi~hjiN A ceB -(atr Twf0We
lli[i^ iApaladhicca"every Titekd%9 ad
Sa,turday, 4t Il0 P, M-'., LaWe ,
Chattahoochee every Monday -and Thura&y i-,
12 M. She -ill at,, ;t ,le wveelktyaj0p Bain-
bridge and P,ort Jackson. Leave Bainptrd' eTery
Sunday night Leavre Port Jackson every Weedn-
esday night. ., ,, .i -
Every attention will Be,pafd to lhe s&ityetkilt
comfort of Pa.aergers, and strict ptIpcitiq6o' to tI.
business confided to the Captain or Clerk,. Athe
Boat. Dec. 2,O184}.


For La :.=-, 'THE superior Copper'd and geopp.r
fastened bark dL#BA.M4l, Meritt, .w,
igsisoiter', hs .more than half..her-cArgDgCin
on board. Fo1 freight of remainder .apply,t,
CHAS. ROGERS. & C0.
Dec. 2(, 1S46. ..


For Yer*-. /.-
THE fast sailing p.acketearkXLIZ^A
^j^^Haynes, master, will ay.e quick Ai'i-
A&patah. For freight oat ot0i b&a&6e' wtfoi
or passage, apply to .<*
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ifmliiTHE underrladi ~ tw^^
to his rriendt afd`
liberal ]patron% la raAaE
that hi is now.e" rf'4cAvi A
al supply,"which ad"e to'bis 0
stock, renders hia atsisrlment tl r .,4rfd
and complete. English, Freym ,;.Oafl) l
Americ.n Drugs; Cosmetics d 1 rfumleel
and Druggists Glass ware, & .., lift
to Physicians, Country Mere! .t s and 4flfew
tlhe moit liberal rerms-all ofwhich be
p'ure and unadulterated. :- "-
H. FA ,L; .;
Wholesale and Retail Druggiaf; .
45 Water street I
. .Apalachicol%, Nov. 21, 1846. ..%.
Drugs and JMledicines. -
J THE subscriber has, -and&'^jj
.01MM& constantly have, on hand,acom le
assortment of' DRUGS .and M
CINES, which be will warran~iti
11L and of' the best quality. Coun`!t*
Me'ctiarits and Planters mwilr-Amdj
to their advantage~io lall, 1eamine and .lijpehi
'Good.-, befoYe pUTch'aIsiiTg'eTsewhere. -.
N. B. Pihsicran's prescriptious put up w'\I
care and accuracy at any hour of lhedavpr.p
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Dry Goods.
HE subscribers offer for sale a large and sea
sonable stock of Dry Goods, consisting i
part of
Negro Kerseys and Linsey%,
White and Red Flannels,
Plain and Fancy Jeans,
Double twilled Tweeds,
Super fancy Casameres,
Super English and French Cloths,
Whitney Blankets, 10, 11 and 12 qrs.
Duffil Blankets, 8, 9 and 10 qrs.
Denims, Kremlins and Cottonades,
Brown Shirting and Sheeting,
Cotton Osnaburgs,
Cotton Drilling and Ticking,
Linen and Cotton Checks,
Ifrsh Linen, Shirting and Sheeting,
leached Cotton Shirting and S'hteeting,
English, French "and American Pri~nts,
tExtra super, plain and twilled Ginghams,
Super Cashmere d'Ecosse,
Extra super Muslin de Laine,
English, Scotch and American do.
Super Italian black and figured Silks,
Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfb,
Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs,
English and American Cotton Hkfs,
Madras and Verona head Hkfs, .
Ladies' Cot-ton Hose and Gents Hf-hose,
Super Marseihles and Worsted Vestings,,
Cotton and Flax Thread,
Plain and fig'd Swiss and checked Muslins,
Jaconet and Cambric Muslins,
Needles, Pins, Tape, &c. &c.,
Which have been selectedwith great care in
New York and Boston, from Importers and Agents
of Manufacturdi8, at the lowest market rates, and
are now oTfel'ed at wholesale or retail on favorabTN
terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Dec. 5, 1846. 41 Water street.


NOTICE.-Six months after date, I will apply
Noto the Hlon. Probate Court of Franklin
t0outy, for a jial discharge from the adminis-
tration of tlia estate of Juhn C. Perkins, late of
said county, deceased.
JAS. M. SHACKELFORD, Adm'r.
Apalachicola, Nov. :21, 1-5-16. 4.11-Gn
N-OTICE--All persons havinm claims agairbt
Joseph Foloster, iate ul Franklin coujil,, d .-
ceased, are reqiiesleJ to present "the same duly
authenticated, within 'the'tine prescribed by law,
or this notice "i'll be plead in bar oflheir reco-
very, and all persons indebted to said estate, are
requested to make immediate payment.
WILLIAM FOSTER, Adm'r.
Apalachicola, Nov. :21, 1S46. .---2nm
AdmAinistratoi.,s Notice.
SIX months after the publication of this notice,
I shall apply to the Court of Probates ol
Franklin County, Fl,,rmia. for hl-ltere 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, Admn'r.
August 11, 1,346, 31- 1 i
OTICE,-Six monilhs alter publica ion of
this notice, application will be made to the
Hon. Judge of Probates lur Jackson counlv, for
a final settlement (,f the adln.inisfration (: ie
estate of \W illiam Biy.r-. il-reased, late ,.,1 said
county. ELIJAH BRYAN,
June 30, 1513. 25-)-m Adminiislr-ilr.r.


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State Tax Collectors Salle.
NOTICE is here/i, given, that six monflis af-
ter date, I ,ill expose to sale at public out-
' cry, opposite Ihe Ciit House duor in the ull1 11f'
Apalachicola, thee 11,llowirn, pipirt), to %11 :-
Lots Nos. 0 and 1-2, block El, in the citv ol
Apalachicola, properly belonging to Calhioun &
Bass.
Lot No. 1, block J, in tlie city o(f Apalachicola,
property belonging to H. A. Norrs.
Lots. Nos. 1 and 7, bl.ack C-2, in the citv ol
Apalachici..la, proper-ty be.longing lu Jacoh ]!at-
vey.
To be sold for taxes of 1S1.3, and [lie charges
ihat have accrued therern.
JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff;
awl ex-Officio Stle Tax Co:llector.
ApalachicUla, Sept. *;'22 ISll6. 37-6jin

State af Sale.
BY virtue of [lie p,_,wtr vested inl me by law,
six mo, thls allt.r dale I s;hall ex i,.:,-e Icr s-fle
before the C,,i F-lotie.', ii Ie cII v t.1 Ar,1Vl.,ch-
icola, Franklin County, the lullowi'n described
property, belungir.g to the Apalachicola Land
Company, or so much theieol as will pay the
State and County Taxes due thereun fur Ihe year
1846:
Wharf Lots Nos 7, S, 9--1,,, feet each.
Lots 6 and 7 in Bl,,ck 17.
Lots 2, 3, 4, .5, 6, 7, ;, --I, in Clock IS.
Lots 4, 7, 5, 13, 14, 1.3, 113, 17, IS, in Block E'?.
Lots 6, 7, 13, 14, in Block F:2.
Lot 3 in Block D)2.
Lots 4, S,,.>, in Blnck I.
Lots 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, S, 0, in Block 1.
Lots 4, 5, -5, 7, .S InI Bi,,chk S.
Lots 1 to 10, in Block 19.
L ots 1 2 3 1,, 7 Q. o 1i ,, i2 1l.,e .
Lots 4, r, ,'. ; -., 6,
L.-LO d, .1, 5, 6, 7, in Block 3.
Lots 3, 4, 5, ,6, 7, in El.)ek It;.
Lots 1 to 11.1, in lI',lck 5-!.
Lots 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, S, 9, 10, in Block "12.
Lots 2 to 10, in Block 3.1.
Lots 6, 7, S, 9, I, in 1llIck ISS.
Lots 2 to Ili, In Block Jl.
Lots 1 tr, 2.), in Block LI.
Lots 1, 5, 7, S, in 1l`-irk 9.
JOHN LU-.S, Sheriif.
and ex-Ulfic.i Tax C.,llel,,'|r Fiaanklm Co.
Apalachicola, Nuv. 91. I` 111. 4-l-tim
Stale of Florida.
FRANKLIN COUNTY.
To each and cvery person or persons int'crst,,d
herein ;
OTICE is hereby given, Mhat the under-
signed, who repres-eils 1he nterc-,t in fhi,
estate of Samuel Sirrp-ion, de-ceased, late tlfthi:
county, most posilively prfe-is a .rain-st ai jnd
all deviations from, and violalions cfllie original
understanding and conditions t-,t" Ihe contract,,
made and entered into geni.r~illv, between the
Apalachicla Land Compainy and purchasers of
Lots fronting on Water street aT d extendir,ng back
to Commerce street, in the cilv of Apaldchic,la :
And most especially, does he''prolest against an.%
deviation from, r.r violation of the contract and
conditions of purchase ,.,' Lot two, in Block E.
fronting on WVafer .lret, and on lhic h ;t-jrd-!-
brick building N,,. 3:3, b,l..nginz to said Eslate.
It being here alleg-d and charge,-d, that in Ihce
fulfillment of the conditions ol purchasIe (.f said
Lot two, we were to build a particular de.,r,:p-
tion of brick bulding--haviinga upn eac,, s,,_
party w alls, ar.d h:it ,.,n ]I, [lhr,,_. .,,l|.,I,,,, s.,11i
lot two, should be built and Crectda'Mbiickbuild-
ing of like furin arnd duiine i.n at;o ,:,ur biildJ ..
on lot two, and that said building so to he erkc-
ted, should pay to us the cost and expense rof one
half of the said party wall, b.i ui so built and erec-
ted. And therefore, the said undersigned will -
claim from the Apalachicola Lind Company, as
well as from each and every person r.r persons, r
who have, or may occupy and use said Lot three 4
in Block E, fronting on Water street, the pia\- (
ments due to said E.tate for amouis expended
in building one hall" of'said party wall, and the
interest on said amount.
.Ind furthermore, the undersigned prolests ^
against the erection of a Steam Engine or Cotton
Press, or other buildidg erected, or about to be c
erected on said Block E-if the said Engine,
Cotton Press, or other building, shall be dee-med
to be more h:zard,.ius ihan was by said original
understanding and condiliunsof contract intended,
and shall, in any way, cause an increase of the
rates of insurance upon said bni'k building, be.
lon~gingto said e fijte, ( shall in any way leisen
or impair its ,'aliue rwr advantages I.fur rent.
THOS. ORMAN, Adm'r de h.,nisrnon,
Of the estate of Samuel Simpson, d&c'd.
Apalachico.l., Nuv. -27, I j5-..;t
"T'obacco. '1
QfiHALF buoxs .Manufacture-d W L Roane" J
,,7/ Brand. L
144 half boxe- Manufactured \W P ice" Badt
39 '" do. S.t;
> "W Barlow" r(
48 22 Ib. boxes ,, J W Mor,an" ,,
1-2 lb Lump~s.
5 boxes Marufactured ,. J W Morgaut" Brand
Premium. '"
5 boxes "< .. N1japo-
leon's" Brand, "Magnol ia."
5 boxes' Manulactured ,, Nap~o-
leon's Brand .*Stra\ berv.,
50 20 Ib boxes Manufactured" ,, "Napo-
leon's Brand.Mag~nolha."'
boxes Manufactured ,,Mrod" oe e
0 Crates Crockery; l0,oni: Fiori~la Segars
;0 doz Negro Caps 01.1doz Hoe-;, atoed" l
_lIngrain Carp:eting, Cothton (.ards, Trac Chains.
:or sale low tu close c'nniiinme-nls. by
LOCK HART & YOULNG, if
Nov. 14 5-3 Water street.
xardeni Seeds, Growth of 181i6.
AN assortm-iit ,., Garden Sued(,, JinsI recc.ived
and tor sate b\y A
Nov 28 J. C. ALLEN.


W ISTAR"S and Ska'ynrh's Bal-aiu, ..,I Wi-l
Cherry, it-st receivc-d and I'or sale by
Nov-'.? J. C. ALLEN.


REEN & CONNERY-i No. 36, Water street,
have just received and offer for sale
125 sacks Green Rio Coflfee, (new crop;)
100 barrels Northern and Western Flour-,
200 Old Rectified Whiskey;
100 boxes while, pale aind brown Soap;
s 5 hhds N. 0. Sugar; 5 do Muscovado do;
20 casks Bacon Sides and Shoulders,
y 5 Hams;
20 barrels Clarified S'ugar
e 10 boxes Loaf do;
- 50 Sperm Candles;
a 20 barrels N E Rum;,
e 10 White's Baltimore Gin,
ie 10 Domiestic Brandlv;
y 10 N 0 Molasses;'
o 50 boxes English Dairy Cheese;
50 pieces Kentucky Bagging;
Is 30 coils i', Rope;
t 10 bales Alicant Mats;
80 bxsand hlf-bxs (ne'w crop) Mal. Raisins;
10 Lem'ons;
s 75 Manufactured Tobacco;
a 2.5 cases assorted Pickles;
? 30 barrels Mackerel, Nos 2 and ;
20 hallbbls do do;
20 boxes assorted Syrups;
20 chests and boxes Gunpowder and Hy-
son Teas;
10 chests and boxes PowIhon Teas;
2 half pipes Old Cognac Brandy;
10 baskets ,'Heidsieck" Champagne;
50 kegs Nails, assorted sizes;
25 bbls Pilot and Navy Bread ;
3 tierces new Rice;
20 kegs and quarters new Bnckwheat;
200 bushels Norther Oats.
Apalachicola, Dec. 5, 1846.
FRANCIS KOPMAN has for sale:
I) English and American Prints;
.Bombazine and Silk A.,,aud;
Drad Ete and colored Cambrics;
Bleached and Brown Domestics;
Negro Kerseys and Blankets ;
Bed Ticks and Linsey Woolseys
Apron Checks and Flannels ;
Linen and Cambric Handkerchiefs;
Hosiery of every description ;
Straw Bonnets and Woolen Hoods;
Kid Slippers and Walking Shoes;
Colored and Black Gaiter Boots ;
Calf and Kip Brogans;
Calf, Seal Skin, Kip and Water Proof Boots;
Fine Silk and Fur Hats;
A fine assortment of Ready Made Clothing,
And a large variety of Fancy Goods.
Apalachicola, Dec. 5, 18-16.
A CARD.
N SEYMOUR takes this method of inform-
ing the citizens of Apalachicola and fis
vicinity that he has removed down on the corner
of Water and Centre streets, and feeling thank-
ful for the patronage heretofore extended to him,
he solicits a renewal of the same, by offering to
yon a very neat and select Stock of GOODS, con-
sisting in part as follows:
Cloths and Cassimeres, various styles.
Fancy Prints, do. do.
Alapaca Lustre; do. Figured.
Silks, Grode Ryne.
do. Montella.
do. Satin Striped.
Fancy Cashmere Robes.
do. Marino do.
do. Delaine do.
MIuslins, India Book.
do. Swiss, Luce and Colored.
Edgings, Lisle, Cap and Thread.
Shawls, Damask Silk.
do. Marino.
do. Plaid Wool.
Kid, Lace and Silk Gloves.
Tuskan Gipsey Bonnets, latest fashion.
Ribbons in all varieties.
Brown Shirting, 7-8, 4-4 and 3-4.
Bleached do. 7-8, 3-4, 4-4, 10-4, 11-4.
Blankets, 6-4 and 8-4.
Ingrain and Cotton Carpeting.
Carpet Bags.
Hats and Caps, all styles.
Boots and Shoes.
Clothing of all kinds.
Also, a neat-little assortment of Jewelry and
many other articles too numerous to mention.
Call and examine for yourselves.
N. SEYMOUR. r
Apalachicola, Nov. 14, 1846.
Coffee. C
A,0 SACKS Rio Coffbee, just received and
4nU for sale by
Dec5 J. DAY & CO.
Hay.
15 K BALES, for sale by
1~95J D. B. WOOD& CO.
Dec 5 7 Columbus Row.
Nowill's Honey of Liverwort, 2
"OR, Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Spitting of
_L Blood, and all the affections of the Lungs
leading to Consumption, warranted to be compos-
ed of vegetable substances only, for salv by
ug11 J. C. A-LLEN.
]FOLGER'S Olosaonian, or All Healing Balsam,
J-for Consumption, Asthma, Coughs, Liver
complaint, and all diseases of the throat andr
ungs, for sale by
April 11 H. F. ABELL.
LINSEED OIL, boiled and raw, for sale by 1
Csept8] H. F. ABELL. 3
<^" HEAP PUBLICATIONS, just received and 1;
kJ for sale by
Nov 21 J. e. ALLEN,
ANNUALS for 1847 ; Poems ; Toy Books, &c., (
-Lfor sale by
Nov 21 J. C. ALLEN. j
)EASE'S Clarified Essence of Hoarhound
- Candy--a fresh supply iust received and for I
ale by 'H. F. ABELL,
Nov 21 Druggfist.


"FOP> l.he cure ofrDispepsia or Indigestion, Bill- -^
-i-1 'l,,; and nervous Headcche, CofistipaliiQ*:
Diarrahoee, Gout, Rheumatism, Gravel, Ilatulgp
lencYv &c. For sale wholesale nnd retail, by"' ("
Dec..-IJ__C J. C.AALLEN, Druggia.g." |.
Tarrannl's Conmpound Extrait oC>^^
Ci'bbs idl Copavia, ;s..
St.amds unrivalled for it# efficacy; it peribrms a cure,:i^,
in a few *vdaw--no confilie;5W-
yment or fe'stricion'in -dill-,'-
is necessary. It waill" bs-
obund nval uable, being pre' |
i r. w pareduc a'rthe greater,|
possible care, upon welt",-,
tested porn.ciples, foandefs he
upon that important lav
firctn estabhished by, the' ii
ebiated Dr.. FoJdyrugie -Vi
I that a conmbination".. (fs q-
il:-.r ru.nb-dies would produce a moreerti;.
speedy, armd considerable effect, than any esquiva4W
lent dose of" any single one.' In many cases lthlge.
disease is entirely prevented by ,it time "ly' ll"-:'.Z;
cation ,. iVCi.Sal o by .. .e
[i-c 1'2 J. C. A L L EN,, 'D rulg ist...

Balsam of JLiverwor't.-. .,A X
A REMEDY most perfect is said now;to"be- 0
discovered in sellied Consumption,
C.,1tplairt, or any of their incipient sinp c..."&ii *
on the Chrno-Thermal system, by ihe uA6o P-'N i
Doctor TAYLOR'S celebrated medjiefi;-
GeFuie BALSAM oF LIV.ERWOIA F, h;,,E' '.oR T":'2 b
r al. a ar "' "e r a... --. *" c p M .-.
.. *h ;; E L pla"^~~ltr neanA.-
.. -lcused by eocr',l eminent physicifbansi rmi
and has bken for a hi.,ig time, Mhe ser'ctof tlie
U,,'-.:dalleled success whih -has attended bocto".:.
"fa l.or's medicine in performing ils ,o l ._A,:,'"'
urt which in maii,, vct many cases, ha, 'aa.
b.---Or .,hro,st incredible, but the col clulsiv,-pronh.ii
Ihe D.-clor an b;bing ei i.ad are irresistible, at^^^.
we advise ail who may hame coughs oar. sinMiplj
ouhilh ,,.nn to use ihis perfect sp)ecific WitlioytT0'".
,h.1.Y. "Franrlin says a small Icrak wil s'iil
bi-, slip." TI.erefnrf, cure y',oul" coughs befm&.'
I'uI liurgs are pist cure. For sale by ,''.-,, s,
J. C. ALLEN, Sole .Ageni for ; .t__
--,T --, ~palachiQ ola. ,
CAUTION-The genuine Doctor TAY.ior-I -!-" 5
BAL..o.% OF" LI.'ER\wORT, has u,1 the boll ea ..**.
sple.ndid -lc plate e tngra. ing, to prei ent ccumnr- .; :: "-c
,lefl'!te ssned bY Gurdon J. Leeds, any olher is-/f"'r
vile andde ngcr,',us imitations, and the public are,- '*: -*.
cautioned not to purchase or deal in it, -s il il r",-, .
[i-,?cled hby the U CoL Ti., La
.'- 3 Cpy Rig=ht Laws. r '" 4
_M ..rci, *;*I, /816-. 1-2-/,' .... .2

Tarraill's Effervescent .SellZe ,..
Aperient.
TEALTH RENEWED, and an invigpid
and healthful condition of' body .14.dSt '
b%- (he use o," TARRANT'S EFiERVESRV .8 -;
SELTZER APEI1FiNT. .. : .^
Fhis preparation is iiiiversally allowed to.be '-,
Ihe most popular icned*v of the present day, for". .-
[he preientinn and t c re of Indigeslion B, heo s...' ":
and Lier C..niplainls, ur.nus\ W'caknessHead-. o- :;-
.,Che, HeJrll urn, hzi'.I I dI COSlIvene?., &C. '
Tr,velltr- ar.d rcsideiiil jr, warni climals -will :
find ii a desirable aiticle; it pie\v,tils any accu- .-
mnula.ion ol bile, is portable, and tlhe method of-. '.'.'
Ir,-p,].,iilon is uni.sually cinieniert. Children, i"'
hav, fieeu-uent cccasiin for genlle and cooling'
.;:.ur,! tliies; ihey %%ill| ke this aperient in-Pre-. '
rnmwe,:e il ar.y t,oher. S,.ld % holesile and retail by '.S
Nf-v I.- J. C. ALLEN, Diuggist, &c. +
Dru-sS, Mediciles, &c. .
A LARGE and fresh supply of Drugs,,. Medi-. .
A cines, &c. consistitig in part of- the follow- ';^
,ng articles.:-5'.i doz Castor Oil, qls, ,pi and br 'r.;7k-
5, bxs Houck's Panacea; 10 bxs Olive Oil ---^'
A0 kegs Epsom Salts ;-10 bbis Coppias;- 10 lba".' I '',.f
iunro Opium; *20 Ibs Snlphnte Quinine; 20 doz ''."}
Londi,n Mustard; Hribs of all kinds; 20 Ibs --:- .* *
Nutmegs; 1.5bxs Starch; -20 b.xF Lfmon Syrup ;V -":'
W kegs Pearlafh; 2 gross Seidlelz and Soda- ": '-.
Powders; 20 Ibs English Calomel ; :20 doz Spts "--- *f
Turpentine, and a general assorlmn-nt of 0I ati--. '--"
rles in (he Drug line, for Country Merchants, .-
Planters and Phisiciatis. For i ml,-"lby T:". 1,' '
Alai-el I Ff. F. ABELE. :.<"
Blamlnk Books and Stationery.," "^
r EDGERS, Journals, Day Books, &c. ^^
LJ 50 reams Foolsca,, and Letlt Paper; ""-,-'_
Cotton Memorandum Books: -".'- ""
Ship anI Rver /;,ll-; Lading.; W ; '.
Book, lor Loilter Pitcss. -- : ^' f"
Blank Bils -,o Exclhidge and Ch .1 1,qS le ,e iv e d a n d f':.r sa le b y .. ..... -- i. -.
M 1''hl 'H. F. ABELL.' ." '-
UAINTS AND OILS--,_) kegs No I Whr6'",1
PLead; *2, ga]Js Winter Lamp Oil; 300 galsl. -_ '"-
.inseed Oil; 5, bx-? assorled Glass; 500 ibs Pul-. '- -">'
v; 1.0.1 assorted Paint Brushes; -Black Lead, .,; ^*.
parish Brown, Yellow Ochre, Green PaintU ]tusE, '* "
received and for sale by .... "
NYlarch I Ly11a""
ac H. F. A BELL. '+ a; *..^
Paints, Oils, &ec., &c.- -.:,
rU.ST'recei,'d per brigr Alabalma, fromiyn'S ;;
e ork : ^ ' -'"- --."
SOJ kegs ground While Lead No. 1; "*<^ :^,
50O do do do Extra: .;, '.'.'-*
25 brxes Glass assorted sizes: "" .-ia').':"-..
50) Verdigris ground in oil" !.... :"- % '3
-t,.J Paris Green .d,; :. -- :. .. -"^'"^y^
'-" doz. assorted Paint Brushes .:'Lg,:'-
W ith every other article .....all. .. emplo -e; ir?= "-.'.'<
ie painting business. For sale by ,.1:-';,'..
J C A L L E N D rug g ist +"' ++- 0 -.
Apalachicola, Sept 29 " ',:r."*.+i
y'I INLE, C.ALOMEL and CAMPHOR, just :. .',rg*^
-"g received and for sale b ..! *' ,:) : .^
Nov '21 H. F. A'BELL;-Dnsgist.-"77' .:'.7'..
F la v o alr an gf W ,' t e r s ', ;; -
l N 3.s o r l lnie nt j ns t re c e iv e d a n d 'f nr s a le h v : ..,'- *. -
N w N '2,:i j. c. A LLE.N Dru s,-ist'. '*^.
>nDOZ. Conre~ss Spring Water, jnst re-.: '*.--'
e .,.: red( per brig Ahubarna and for sale ..,-"- : by :, '.-^
S e p 9 4 C A ,L L E N ,. ? "


Notice
BY virtue of a decree rendered at the Sprii
Term, 1846, of Franklin Circuit Court,
the case of John Payne vs. Benjamin Elliso
Administrator, &c. of David D. Churchill, ar
Guardian, ad litum, of the infant heirs of sa
Churchill, will be sold on the first Monday
November next, at public auction, in front of tl
Exchange, in the city of Apalachicola, the lo
lowing real property, to wit: three eighths (3-4
part of Lot Nos. six and thirteen (6 and 13) i
Block B, front range, in the plot of -a're "u
with the buildings thereon; also, a1l the righ
t;:le and interest of the late David D. Church'
in and to three sixteenths (3-16) of the wha
in front of said city of Apalachicola, general]
known as Long Wharf," together with all th
improvements appendant or appurtenants theretb
Terms cash.
CARAWAY SMITH,
Master in Chancery.
Apalachicola, Sept. 1.5, 1846. 36-lin
@j- The above sale is postponed until the sy
cond Monday in December next.
Nov. 7, 1816.
PnINTS ONLY.
NEW FALL STYLES,
At the extensive Establishment of
ILE E & BRIEWSTE R,
44 CEDAR STREET, N. YORK,
Where are concentrated nearly all the NEV
STYLES of PRINTED CALICOS which hav
been produced in this country, or imported forth
fall Irade, and are offered for sale for CASH 01
APPROVED CREDIT at
Prices Greatly Reduced
Within the last few days.
Purchasers are guaranteed the prices--am
allowances made fbr a given period.
W- Catalogues (renewed and corrected daily
-regulating the prices-are placed in the hand:
Df buyers, and sent with goods ordered.
New Y(rk, August, 1846.
Auction and Conimission Busi-
ness in Etlfaiala, Alabamna.
LL persons who consign goods to our Hous(
Xto be sold at Auction or Private Sale, wil:
lease be explicit in their instructions given, t(
prevent any misunderstanding in making sales.
Our commissions are 5 cents on all sales and nc
charge for storage, and we will feel thankful for
share of patronage thi's winter from the Mer-
hants of Apalachicola, and will remain their
ery obenient servants: STARR & CO,
September 15, 1846-36-tf Eufaula, Ala.
J. Stevenson & Co.
N. 45 Water and .No. 2 Chestnut sts.
Are now opening their Fall stock of Staple
)ry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c., which they
&fr tor sale low for cash or city acceptance.
Apalachicola, Oct- 24, 1846.
Renloved by Fire.
pHE subscriber has taken the store corner of
L Chesnut and Commerce streets, where he
ill be happy to see his friends and the public
enerally. I will receive by the ship Floridian
owvdue at this port, an, assortment of Drugs,
[edicines, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, and Patent
medicines. J. C. ALLEN,
Oct. 2.-4 Dlu'.i-t.
Dissolutioil of Copartnershilp.
-HE Copartnership heretofore existing under
. the name and style of WOOD & CO.," is
ssolved by limitation. H. R. WOOD,
P. W. CULLEN.
Apalachicola, Sept. 21, 1846. 37-5t

It. R. WOOD,
ill continue the Auction and Commission
/ Business as usual under the firm of WOOD
CO
At Private Sale.
SUPERIOR WHITE WINE AND CIDER
VINEGAR.
)0 BBLS. best White Wine Vinegar,
10 do. do. Cider do.
by WOOD & Co,
Oct. 31. 4t 2 Columbus Building.
"Wiite Lead.
;000 ^LBS, a superior article, just re-
0 00 ceived and for sale by
Nov 21 H. F. ABELL, lri,-.i.
Lnamp Oil.
INTER STRAINED, a very superior ar-
Tticle, just received and for sale by
Noov 28 H. F. ABErLL, Druggist.


"POST OFFICE,-- ,184i
Received from .A B -- dollars -- cents,
fir the Globe, from whicz I have deducted one
per cent., and charged myself, in my account
with the General Post Office, with the balance.
The Postmaster of Washington city will pay
that balance to Blair S Rives, or to their order
on the-back of this receipt.
.-,-Postmaster."
-The rules of-theCGeneral Post Office Depart-
ment authorize such receipts to be given, and
paid here, when the amount does not exceed $10.
When it exceeds ,$10, it is best to remit as much
as possible in bank notes, and the Postmaster's
receipt for the balance. The Postmaster's re-
ceipt Should be sent directed to us, and not to
the Postmaster of this city, as some persons are
in the habit of doing. The money should be
here by the 7th of December, at farthest, to pro-
cure all the numbers. If not here by that time,
we may not be able to furnish the first numbers.
Proprietors of newspapers who copy this Pros-
pectus, and send us one copy of their paper con-
taining it, marked around with a pen, to direct
our attention to it, shall have their names entered
on our books for one copy of the Congressional
Globe and Appendix during the session.
Our prices for these papers are so low that we
cannot attord to credit them out; therefore, no
person need consume his time in writing for
them unless he sends the money.
BLAIR & RIVES.
WASHINGTON-, October 15, 1846.


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"uuit iujils io re uUiilis ai slUe. continued,
-according to [he Advertiser, for thirteen Clover Seed.
'hours, the rivals being a Frenchman and a A FEW pounds of' large Red Northern Clover
Kentuckian. The bystanders and judges I Seed, for sale by
-were sll talked to sleep, and when they April 4 H .F. ABEL.
waked up in tli, morning they found the on g -ate
renchan dadrandtheKen n ahis-e
F ren h ma de d an th K e tuck all -wh s' T UST received per schr. LeRoy, and for sale by
..,pering in his ear. J March 21 J. C. ALLEN.


O f all Irades, IllU' l'i- i,.,n, or (-;illni s-
know [l'none--I li.ie ,iolli cd a ,ie.it ill
"- ny-so poorlyv pai. I aw; piuldililers of nee
papers. l ;>ny j,.I.r.>ns of newsp'. ipers, el
erwise worth, pincLual 11n0n, ihink it I
unrighieous to let the |u.lji-;sh r wait y,'
after year for his diirs- .in,.t at l.,r, 1' lie
*compelled to pay, lhe dues it %ith a very b
grace.
Mr. Type imull have his money, 111
he ? W ell, it' lie inuil, lie u ust. 1 i.i'e I
a receipt: and, do you hear! stop th,: p.
#per! I have p:tlron :..i th it esl- bli-ime
'9ix years--there is no such thing as gr:a
tude in the world."
Another will tell you lie ncr tbsorih
for the paper.
"The boy has left it every itri ing, il
true, and as it was left. I did read it oc;
sionally--bu [ never ordered it."
There is another class of patrons, w'
never subscribe at all, but are O' ate;
friends of' the pi:iper, _a and (7 alwa
re.d.ilt, --i\ I ict, this is the class w]
may be- termied yourconstant readers."
Here, Sam- a5o over the way, with n
'compliments Lo Mr. Tompkins, and ask hi
tor the loan of Ins pltper--and, Sam, te
him, as lie never ro'-oli it before breakfa:
4'il thank him to let John brinm it over he
every rn)rning-it is a-i excellent paper
that Editor reallyv I,iiio'.v what he is about
1 beoin to link of'patronizing" himn iuy'elf
There yet rem tiiis to be, mentioned on
more class of' pitrii--,supporters'
should say ; I'm lhev ,/ t.; ;he support ai
stay of publishvi's. This class is composer
-or those who say-
Here, Mr. ('lerk -he so good as
place my name on your subscription list-
end write opposite to it, PAID i3 ADVANCE
IU lookiugover a list o'fsome thousand
yesterday, I saiv a hundred or two of th
class. Ifl had any goldentypes, their name
should literally appear in letters of gold.-
There are now Ifrom twelve toafifteen thou
sand dollars due tills office; anil I am con
Vinced the new pioprietors would willing[
sell all the debts lor five thousand It
thus witlh all newspapers-andwhy? Be
cause publishers are good nalred, an
ubmit to their own degradation in the seab
eltradesmen. Let itds state of things b
amended-*' relor'm it altogether." Adhet
strictly to the lerms of your papers-b-t
take the word of att ex)terienced m;an, yo
had better keep vour ink all!] paper lha
,furnish lheiii, anl your labor, fur noft/in<
You may get popiulariiy, but you will g(
no pork and cabb.ige for youlr dinner.

NOBS OF THE PRESS.
The difference between a Nob andc
Snob is as great ai that of a vegetable an
an animal. Indeed no two thi.uigs in natur
can Ile more unli, ; 'a parsnip and a pi
cushion; debt and credit, cold slau an
cold sleet, a canvass bick. duck and an old
gander-none of' these unlikes is more un
like flian a Snob and a Nob.
The Nob uf the Press, unlike the Snob
never wears borrowed feather,; if he can
not wear fine clothes of his own he neve
hesitates to appear in plain ones. The Nol
is always kind it) those whom he employs
and does not think himself privilege' to take
the credit of' heir labors to himself, because
lie pays then for it and receives the benefit
of it.
The Nob does not preach one doctrine
in public and practice another in private
he never calls ,im:res nor sueers at an ene
iny. whom lie does not attack.
There is one thing which the No)b shuns
as he would a f.ilsrhl.ip I--!,.* never gives an
opinion on a subject of which he is pro-
foundly ignorant, because he knows that
the wisest 111n the world ever saw would ap-
pear like an ass, if he attempted to tallk
Upon a subject of which he knows nothing;
this the Nob does--not from prudential mo.
tive, but because lie abhors deceitfulness
and Ialse appearances; he never slanders an
enemy, and when he unintentiouially ac-
cuses an opponent wrongly, confesses the
wrong the moment lie is told of it. But-the
Snob never does, for, as lie has no charity
for the mistakes ofl other people, lie hopes
for none lor his owu.
The liewspa;per. Nob Works harder and re-
ceives less pay lhan any other mnau who la-
bolsfor the good of the public. His whole
life is a succession of toil and sell'denial..--
He writes his party into power, and gains a
reputation for some Snob of a lawyer, who,
as soon as hie receives his ipilijlriinteut as a
Senator at W\ashington erris boasted into a
President's or Governor's chair, forgets the
hand! that helped him into office,, and be-
stows all the official gifts in his power Upon
Snobs like himself.
They manage these things better in
France: there the Nobs of the Press seize
upon the best offices of the nation as a mat-
ter of right, but here they modestly step
-aside and allow the consuls, eolllectors,
cl~fges, and amnbassadlors .to, be sf.l.cted,
from lle small lawyers of country villages.
The Nobs of the Press rule the country,
They direct public opinion, through their
agency they keep tup tihe national clharac-
ter ; they inlorm tlhe rest of ourf internal no-


licy; candidates for office depend upon them
jior support; no party can exist ithiit their
assistance, yel, when political rewards are
disposed of, the Nobs of the Press are for-
gotten, their pretensions are sneered ai, and
their services underrated. The Nobs of the
Press is, in fact, a magnanimous ass, who
allows every whipster to ride on .his back,
and is contented to receive kicks and curses
for his recompence, and while browsing on
.thistles imagines lie is happy, because he
has done all thegood lie can and has received
nothing for it.




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ADVEHTISKH I 33uJ- nrs .. ..' u" J.Lv.pra.ft:! 4 ; .
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SATURDAY rrJ. i j come. The eyes of the world L'
directed
rr.huutD: Ef'ERY : were [From the N. O. Picayune

L. wyIAN.v. DEALER IN S. CLOTHING ITI. Nickcrson, BOOTS, SHOES I. SYDNEY fiRE N, M. D.CG WHAT SHALL BE THE END OF THESE such to France a place, and as Ealswinton few men even Loch knew existed.that A MEXICAN JOAN OF ARC.figured ] .
The
HATS CAPS, &c. -- May be found at his residence, corner of f THINGS 7When A few years afterwards, t well known Army corrt'sponderii. o{
from
Editor.
G. 1fI. D.l VIS, No. 1 Columbus Block, Centre and High streets, opposite the 1\fansion To the another life is added America, FriHb'n l bjr mea stranger tall and slen- t.dL;;.- Y. Spirit.. ../- the Times. "0. de L; ?'
.
-
Pc 12 Apalachicula House. Nov heading turbid mass: der, but ( wrrsi4oil ws 10 relation to a female
who
Fa. 9.Di.
Story Balt7.1I'S: Raildin;;*, corner of When: another breath of being well.fo 'rncd man," happened to be in
1'ItirJ
oJ. r.dlmerc and Chestuut *:reets. Charles Rogers John l\funn. Eugene \V. Rogers. ;'. A. \v. Chapman, When Stains the creation's tarnished glass; iii Paris while Napoleon was meditating his It is state thekatlrofMonterey. ntJ. :
first
ClIas. Rogers &.Co;; CCr: Office over the Drugstore of B. S. Heralds cry weak and piteous, invasion of England ; and it is said that the a or:..ift&rts generally believed that
T .I :MS., Hawley, loug-en uring pain i ; American offered company was commanded by i4
S IC&lrnQsl.-Thr ee Dollars per annum, COMMISSION MEltCHANTS, (entrance on Chestnut street.) Residence at the And a soul from non-existence to build vessels which woman. Her names Dos Amades.
.< .Jr1:1'f': -or S3 ,53' if paidif ; within six Water street, house lately occupied by Dr. Baltzell. Springs, that ne'er can die again ; would carry the invading Frenchmen over a patriotic Seiie4'with
she
in Dee 12 January 10 When the to Sussex from spirit unsexed herself< !,fpai.1 03 i paid thereafter. Ap 1achicola, Fa IS 16. 2If.Wi mother's passionate welcome Boulogne. He was allowed and dressed in full '
:itbJ: or i. for less term than Sorrowjike bursts forth in tears, to make experiments which a suit ofa captain pt1
: taken a suai did I
Dot
Is, Stc (*'wil, !! invariably! be charged for I D. B; Wood &:; Co;; : O. ii:. Davis And the sire's gralulallon! ceed. The Boulogne suc- lancers; she desired to be led against the,

:rlat-ad-od, So p.1t*' will be discontinued until COMMISSION AND FORWARDING ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Prophesies of It future is years- .. the English Channel, but army never crossed foe ; anti swore that she would never yield i l
marched
: well into the
cannot
i/11Ttarae/ pe! p.lId, UJlless! at the option of the MERCHANTS Offers his services to the public in either of the What the we end shall be.see bear of Europe, to fight and gain the bat- until the her Northern barbarians" were ri1'from
natal :
No. 7; CbltSnabus above capacities.He lies land or until she had shirt]
: of
Row Austerlitz
.
ljIr1rtor.DftITl One t twelve lines I When and Jena. Fulton
t1ol vme, ( Nov. 29 IS-IG. across the infant features how- the lasf drop of blood
in
will defence
Apaldchicola Fla practice regularly in Franklin Calhoun ever, crossed of her na
1n4.'rtPd at the rate of One Dol- ; Trembles the faint dawn of mind the Channel and obtained tive
Pr e44l .4llbe a:1J: fifty Cents for every subseadvertise WM. W. SIMS. WM. W. CHEEVER. I and Jackson Circuit Courts-and will, upona When the heart looks from the windows from Symington, on the Fourth and country. Previous lo our attack Ke"}
!r l fJ'( the irA!: special retainer, act as Counsel, in any Court Of the eyes that were so blind Canal an Clyde was paraded: before the troops and greatly
.!ntitIertit.rth bv the a liberaloati11 Sims & Clicevcr, of the Middle Western Circuit. He will also, When the incoherent murmurs ; explanation of his mode of propelling excited and augmented their courage. She _
year vessels.
\\ 10 COMMISSION MERCHANTS argue cases in the Court SylUbele each swaddlrd He then returned to his iiaraqgued them
Appeals at Tallahassee thought, and des'rred be
ill vertiserapnt to
!il' be made; but not {;;::j- Office, No. G Columbus Buildings, the sessions ot which he will be To the fond r'ar of affection home in the new world; and while.Napo rhe-8pO where the posted'at '
__. their business.; well always first hot should )'r1
to own as With
lU.-.m I .1init:: decJ2 Afa1adli. ---n__. .16Roberts n.__ present at.. unless prevented by accident. ; i; a boundless promise fraught, leon was issuing his notorious Berlin decree and where the thickest of the /
seat them will Kindling hoOt's battle
in oy great for to.n1ti1Tnur should
u L at ajvertirnnt the tt!ual ritc .. Allen V: Co., Apalachicola, September S, I Mo"; From that dull uncertain ry--: the first steamhnat- ---------- nf-. ... fI"hnn......uu _........ wa2e. It- is-- .rponrrfOll- .....-.. .h... .. "nn.. 'I....... n1_ _. _1.._
be Ch1' must i DEALERS IX: HARDWARE As by glimmering of the navigating the Hudson. In 1811, when the led &3' .uo
t!ie1! aer1ienent! Be paid forwill AND SHIP II. E. Owens, twilight "Grand the charge of lancers which proved! fata
fr."r'. s CHANDLERY: STEEL, NAILS, SPIKES Is foreshown the perfect day- army" of France was preparing to to some of our
II adn bs fur AND CASTINGS ATTORNEY AT LAW It is well we cannot see invade Russia, the first British command-among the num-
D.tllrl charged announc- steamboatwas ber the lamented
, ei&dtd" fire for: And Manufacturers of! Tin, Iron, and Copper CLAYTON, Bar boar County, Alabama. What the end shall be. launched near Glasgow by Henry Bell ; pie of heroism Field.the There's an exam

11 AU .office.frirn a distance must ]Vares. April 29, ISJG. 2-tf When the boy upon the threshold nnd while the old power of the sword was has worthy days of old! If
:, Of his remained for Mexico
the cash, or city reference, Dec 12 all-comprising home expiring in convulsions to produce a second -
\IIC ac am'llJleJ'ith: Apalachicob, Fa. A. G. Scmnics, Parts aside the arm maternal amid the Russian Joan of Arc but not like her
suc
Q imurtnxrtioa. B. F. Nourse, H. B. :Stone, H. W. Brooks. ATTORNEY AT LAW. That enlocks him ere he roam j snows its the new power of steam was trying cessful. I: would have given a great deaf
When youthful
Nonrsc Stone co-: Office, J"o.2 the canvas of his vessel strength on the waters of the to have seen her "
- V:; Co. Capt. Simmon's ladyship.
Building, Flutters ,
to the The .
Clyde.
favoring
gales of
,
DU5int rJ Director? ':or. Centre & agents civilization. have The adventures
Commerce
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, streets. Years of solitary exile their exits and their of this girl, who wai said
==-=-- -- -=-- No. 40 Water street, no\c Apalachicola, Fla. Hid behind its sunny sails; one in its entrances, and each to be the daughter of a former Governor of
turn "
Lockliart & ronn Dec 12 When his pulses beat with ardor, plays many parts. Nueva Leon were the common talk
rcoX: ISSIOX an-1 FORWARDING Analachicola. Fla. J.ATTORNEY. Law, And his sinews stretch for toil, Since that time the progress of steam- Monterey a few days after the battl at If
MERCHANTS, J. II. & J. ITI. And a hundred bold emprises navigation has been swift and
< Hill, AT LAW sure. It has was said that
fatigued and
Lure him that worn her'exertion
i\o. 5a; Water Apalacliicola street, FACTORS & COMMISSION: MERCHANTS, Cambridge, (Decatur Co.) Ga. to It is well eastern we soil-cannot see had been the fostered freest and fullest scope ; for it has .". she knocked at the window out by of a1

JIiI\1I No.J3 Wafer street, : err Will attend punctually the Superior Courts. What the end shall be. and promoted by a rapidly- house in the Calle de JMorelos on the nighf

11.U.WILlE, W\I. A. .MCKEXZIE. Dpc 12 Ap.\L, CHICOL.-\, FA I of the counties of Early, Baker and Decatnre of When the youth beside the maiden growing the earth intercourse and between all the nationsof of the 23d September not. knowing that

Wylic JIcJeuzic, the South \Vesternanrl. of- the_ i'nnv nfThnr"_. ..", Looks into her credulous eves; has been neither chetkednor some of Hay's Texan: had picked their
Harper & Holmes, of the Southern Circuit. nn'J rnav.3 uvu.u"" When the heart upon the surface stayed by the evil spirit 6F trar. in into the very room. The hid of the way' _
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Shines too happy to be wise 1813, three steamers belonged house
COMMISSION
;
No.4J\VaterstrccJ MERCHANTS, lIe to England, who was an intimate friend of the
( ;
John BhlboATTORNEY by speeches less than gestures and in twenty that girl
1) also, Ilmteth what her years number was increased quetly told her this circumstance
S e?:t..l t5 Apalachicola, Fa. hopes expound, to three when she
.Izrnts for the AT LAW hundred and
Laying out the waste hereafter forty-four. remounted her horse and
D. DulforUIrCTIOS [, SUN MUTUAL: INSURANCE COMPANY: ALBANY, GA. Like enchanted garden: ground; The Red Sea: was navigated by steamers, Grand Plaza. Tbe rode toward .lhe;

;\ AND COM DIISSIO MERCHANT, of the City of .''C'W York, WILL practice in the several Courts of the lIe may palter! -so do many: bearing the Indian mails in 1834 ; in 1838 the suspension of hdJtilities
on
AND GENERAL AGENT, No. 51 Water street, .\Vestern Circuit, aud Thomas and; She may suffer: -so' do all ; the Atlantic was crossed for the first following morning induced her fo
EUF..Ut.AL..\. Dec 12 Apalachicola Fa. Slewait counties Both may yet, world-disappointed} by steam in lime doff her uniform and return to her family
This lost hour of love recall ; 1840 the line of rmil steamers and after that
heard
order. we
w Cjtton boa.jlit on C. A. GHEK.V. C. H. CONNER: Aug. 5, IS-15. 31-tf between no farther of her
England and
It is well we cannot America
Refers to see com movements. Should some Mexican
Green & Co mi cry, ---- -------- -- What the end shall menced to and in writer
be. run ; 1842, the
F. HoLBCJf: J New Orleans COMMISSION T UMBER LNSpECTOR.-.The undersigned I steamer recount the exploits of this Maid of Mon
MERCHANTS Forth
G. Dr.vur, ) No 3'3, Water street.Ar.uACJtlC. JLl having been appointed Inspector of Lumber When the altar of religion first bearing the mails, departed for the terey, for'there is little doubt she was foremost -
"e \fn.u: & MckE.vzin. ) Apahchlcola. L1 rA. ibr the County of Franklin, otters( his services lithe .1 Greets the expectant bridal pair: time from Southampton for the West l in many of .time fights, they might!
; When the vow that lasts till Indies.
.-& Hcrcmxsov, S Pelican Jl'ltuallllsurancc Co. of New York public in that capacity: and will attend to all I' Virbrates on the sg ti' d air dying: brow[ in the shade the feats of the cele:

S. A J. ScIiiflTer. CHAS. A. GREEN, Agent. duties appertainin to said appointment. When man's lavish protestations Railway travelling, which is one of the brated Maid of Saragossa.

ilUttULEs'U: RETAIL GROCER Dec 5 No. 3d Water street. CORNELIUS GRADY. Doubt of aftf'r-change defy, most important influences of the present
-- March 2-2. 1515.T ). Comforting the frailer spirit day, is even than A'S
}-tfucnlurattention paid to putting up family younger steam-navigation. ATTORNEY'S LETTER TO HIS Mi.--
stfi-nhoit; and ship stores. Edward ITIcCtilly, Bound his servitor for ay; During the'last
A'o.-il Woiterstreef, UMBER IXSPECTOR.-Ifa\-ing been anJLJpointed When beneath love's silver moonbeams .____ ___.L___ _. century. several tramways__ TRESS.-J.l1y Dfar Charmtr.-The- -- --'T-__il e. .14'_
COMMISSION MERCHANT AND DEALER Inspector of Lumber for the nClt: CUDSlrUClea, uui all now at end
Countyof Many rocks in shadow sleep they were short an and thl"\ judges and
lawyer
--Mu-- An
!$. Davenport, No. 50 Water street. to the public in that capacity, and will attend tall ) Shows the dangers of the deep- works, wrought by horses, and used only tenced at the assizes for transportation could

ARDIN'G AND COMMISSIONMERChANTs Dec 5 Apalachicola, Fa. duties appertaining to said appointment. It is well we cannot see for the (conveyance of minerals. The idea have been in a more wretched .
plight than
What the end shall be.
13, IS40. BENJ. LUCAS. of
Viu. G. Porter & Co. _April-- --- --_-. -- .- -- -.--_ using the power of steam to propel carriages your humble servant ; for I can safely make '
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is
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No. :5J' W o1ter-gtreet, DEALERS IX GOODS AND COMMISSION TJios. E. Gray, That is wrought beginning by human skill. was suggested by many scientific affidavit that each day thai I behold not

Apalachicola, F MERCHANTS.{ MERCHANT TAILOR. Every daring emanation meu. Symington constructed a model of a your lovely (ace is to me a dies non. Cupitf
No. 41 Water Street Chesnut Of the mind's ambitious will steam-carriage, which he exhibited in Edinburgh the[ tipstaff has served with
j tjLibjfil AJ Dec !r Apalaohirola Fa. Every first impulse! of h about the time that
he
from
:; ment
passion was engaged your bright more
ovnenjj in New O.lcan New York eye dreadful
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or respectfully inform the citizens cf Gut! cf love
WOULD or of hate in the
l''''p'
II. F. Abvll AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSIONMERCHANT from New York a-large and splendid assortment t Wide horizoned by our fate: steam-ships. But nothing of a prac- beart into custodyand will not accept of&oi/J; -
% of Cloths, Cassirneres and Vesting i unsurpassedin Every venture in the chances tical or public kind was done until the year Unless you allow of my plea I must be non- .

:\LEai.vow WIL'tI\LJ; : ;s,:MSDICIXKS.MO !UruL, No. ;30 Water street. quality or cheapness, consisting every shade' Of lif -s sad, oft desperate game, Id04, when Mr. Trevitbiek constructed a i. suited in.a i cause I have $et my heart on.

OILS, GLASS: &r., &.c., PAINTS, S.lit"it patronage. APAL\\CHICOL, F- and variety, which he prepared to make up in Whatsoever Whatsoever be be our our motive aim-, locomotive, which was made to run on. a. WJhy will ybti while I pine i in hopes of a?
the neatest and most fashionabfe style, at the railway at Merthyr in Wales.
Tydvil, In speedy rejoinder *
AI411eaer.ll hang me
assjitmnt of Stat inery.- Jas. F. Farrior It is well we cannot see up, term aflalenn
C'ir.of Chestnut and Water streets, GENERAL RECEIVING. FORWARDING, fc cheapest favors heretofore possible: bestowed rates. Thankful for the ]liberal I What the end shall be. the same year Napoleon was invested withthe byfrivilous delays, which tend only to
him he
\111'1111 I AmUchicola, Fa. CUMM1SSION: ; MERCHANT, by faithful attention to his upon hopes imperial crown. It was not., hnwevpr.- -. -... gain time ? ,
business S
II. D. Darden No. 50 Water strret. continuance of their pat ronae. to merit a 1Q sttUanrOUFJ. till a quarter of a century had passed away Ifiled my lilt as of last Jliclicslmas term ..

Dec 5 Apalachicola! Fla. Apalachicola Nov. 21, 1S4G. ----- -'- -- that locomotives were extensively used on on the morrow of All Souls in hOpes ere
Xo. 2 Columbus Buildms, [From Chamber's railways. The line between this to have
:fall (Edinburgh) Journal.] Liverpool and joined issue with you. It is
!:2itiSl.l.:; Apalchic Fa. JERBJIIAII DAY. DANIEL J. DAY. KOPMAN Goods.has YOUTH OF MODERN INFLUENCES.The Manchester, the first of importance, was now fifteen days to Easter-day, and, by
I J. Day & Co., FRANCIS j just received his opened on the 15th September, 1S30. demurring, I am far from your
Benjamin SaUer, Fall Goods, and desires a call from intelligence of the battle of Water as bringing my
COMMISSION[ COMMISSION MERCHANTS, his friends loo had reached The affairs of the world presented cause 'hearing as before I
MERCHANT, and customers, and as to ptice he England only a few, days, an appearance commenced my
i X.. 41 Witer No. 52 Water street leaves them to be the when on that day different from suit. You still
h. street-Up;! stair.l3 -, judges; his stock comprises an event occurred so apparently tri very delay giving in your answer
J-
Ls. Frcil.- E. (;::3-: AI.l ;o, Agents for the "JEtni Insurance Co... cah or City acceptance to escape notice. This was the appearance his locomotive in the principality of Wales. all ibo courtsI would willingly quit the

i FACTOR AND COMMISSION Dn-a"i:;. ihe **In Protection"ntarue Co.Insurance" Hartford Co.Conn." and the "Hartford t. Apalachicola Nov. 2S. Chesnut st. (for the first time ((23ih! June, 1815.) ofa The Emperor France had lost his crown attest client there to attend your business-

MERCHANT IVcw Publications. steam-ship on the river Mersey. The and his empire, and had been lying for nine would you but listent to a lefercncc; and

No. 2 Colunba* Block, I'. "V. Ciillcu, ftONFE-SSIONS OF A PRETTY WOMEN ; vessel was built at Glasgow, and was intended years in a quiet grave in a solitary island of should you prefer, an attendance at youi'clLamber

) 6,1*Jj. A'jalachicola, Fa. AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSIONMERCHANT. : V / Richelicu ; Critchton; Emilia Wyndham ; to ply between Liverpool and Runcorn, the, sea- ;. the elder. family- -of the Bourbons, to tbose of a mGslf.r---.-. -in- I'_.t._-n1'1I"t1'. "...',.:"I' _
\uar DoDac. Chevalier D'Hartnantal; Livoman Tales; The a small port about eighteen miles up the i WHO nan succeeded mm, nau oeen ueposeu I:i stand in great need of an able couiselto '

CIIAKLES PRATF. Siilicil' a share of Public Patron!!,. Bush Ranger, &c., &c., just received and! for river hi the direction of Ianchester.Vm in the three days' of 1830 ; and Louis move my suit while I am absent; that sly

:? Dodge & Pratt, Oct 21 APALACHICOLA. sale by II. F. ABELL, had just marched out with military honors Philippe once a schoolmaster bad been slut, Dolly, your chambermaid has taken

| PIX; t COMMISSION MERCHANTS, I. Bugbce, Nov 21 Druggi5't.i \Vaterloo when this solitary steamer. the crowned king- of the French. The- re'tsrn- -- nf-- mj'fce, yet I fear betrays my cause; she f1

So. 4U Water Street, I COMMISSION AND FORWARDINGMERCHANT Bagging and Rope. pioneer of peace, arrived with little pomp, railways and that of the present French king ever preferring some cross.bill, which protracts -"

Gv.22;! Apalachicola, Fa. 100 1 PCS Kentucky Bagging; Or honor in the Mersey. Exactly thirty commenced together, and both have been matters, and yet I do not sue to forma.laufcris .

II. IL No. 7, Columbus Block, 100 coils Rope; years after this, the waters oldie same river highly instrumental in preserving the peaceof p being ready and willing to infcoff

MISSION! Taylor, Sept. 15, IS4C/ Apalachicola, Fa. 4 bales Bagging Twine for sale by presented a sight which no man who saw Europe you? in a" good jointure; and to this I wilt

} AND I'flflWA1flTNC----- -- _n ____ _______ ______ WM. G PORTER & CO. t the little Glasgow steamer paddle into it in; The railway system may be said to be b rind myself my heirs, executors, administrators :':

MERCHANT, Blank Books, Fine Writing Dec 5 41 Water street. 1315, would, in his wildest and most sanguine only now emerging from a state of infancy, and assigns, by a dud in which youfshall
No. 22: Water-street Iron, Nails Ac. and acquiring some definite form and nominate trustees.
ptllv Paper, dec.A hopes,. have predicted. On the 25th I char-
Apalachicola. GENERAL assortment! of Stationery, con- ')0 TONS Swede Iron, assorted sizes ; of July, 1845, the Great Britain, the largest acter. The line between London and To save expense, my clerk shall dbgfoWc

Frauds Kopman, sisting of Foolscap and Letter Paper of the ;'-& 100 kens Nails, do. steamer now afloat, departed from Liverpoolon I Birmingham, and by it to Liverpool, Manchester and it shall be perused by your own lawyer

r 1rRoLtl1Lt AND RETAIL DEALER IJV finest quality ; Blue and White wove (ruled) extra 4 casks Blacksmith Weeding Hoes, assorted qualities; her first voyage across the Atlantic.- and Preston was fully opened in y it being left as a quere, how vastly pre-'
20 Steel
GOODS. BOOTS. SHOES, HATS, AND fine Quarto and Packet Post ; also a beautiful 20 English Faced and American Anvils; Vises Thirty years before, a river voyage of thirty 1338; London and York were joined in erable the title of feme covert is to tha't

) CLOTHING &-c. assortment of French Letter Paper Pens. &c. 20 Bellows ; miles in a steatner had been considered i 1839, and the communication was extended of a spinster; but you shall answer shortly

l Cbestnnt.Street.Apalachicola. Fla.. Jut Oct.received 17 per brig Alabama J and. C.for ALLEN.sale by 12 dozen Spades and Shovels; ; a wondrous feat ; now a sea voyage of three to Newcastle in 1843 ; London and Bristol to all my interlolocutory inttnogotorits....:,

D. __ 10 Collins' Axes; thousand is looked upon as a thing of: were connected in 1841 ; Manchester was I[f I could but once obtain a leading order

CTIO Wood d; Co. .1 A N assortment of School Books, just received 10 bxs Cotton and Woolen Cards; course. One small steamer was then a surprising connected with Leeds in 1839 ; Dublin with to try my title, by even a jury of your own
EERS
AND COMMISSION and (or sale by 1 case Rowland's Cast Steel Mill Saws; instance of human skill now crowds Kingston in 1824 and with Droheda in f ,- I am certain I should obtain a

A o.2 MERCHANTS Columbus -Nov 2 1_J. C. ALLEN. 1000 lbs Cast and Gorman Steel for sale by of such vessels, large and small; on the 1843 ; Glasgow with Ayr in 1839 with verdict in my favor and recovef costs agaibs't i

31. BuHdinj, Boots and Shoes. WM. G. PORTER & CO. Mersey, have become matters of every day: Greenock in 1841, and with Edinburgh in you 7= for I have a good action for attendanceand

i'' Apalachicola BOPS and Men's Russet Brogans; Dec 4 41 Water street. observation, and their absence would be a 1642 ; Dundee with Arbroath in 1840 ; and I I loss of time. though. upon the pO$ ci.

"MISSION LY. 'icikayj, sew'd and peg'd Kip Brogans ; On Consignment. greater wonder than their presence. Edinburgh with Berwick-upon-Tweed inI I I do not think I could find in my heart to

No. MERCHANT Gents fine Calf Brogans ; 80 BOXES Troy Soap ; Though it was not till 1815, that steamers 1846. The influence of railways, therefore, issue i a ca. sa. against you, or put into any
40 Water street S Vm':! peg'd and sew'd Shoes Children's do. do. I commenced in the but that of
'PI 21.IS IG. ; 20 London Club Champaignc j were first introduced on the Mersey only second quarter of I court flymen.
Apalachicola'Austin Florid.. Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes 23: boxes Florida Leaf yet this and I You have
; Tobacco: I they had a few years before, been century; though we have seen I equity in your own breastVsiim
T. U. Super Ladies' coarse and fine Calf Boots.A For sale by B. S. HA-WLEY employed their influence from thence 1
furrelief
& Co., large and extensive i in America and on the Clyde. Not one, productive already of many hope" ; decree but for
C01HISSIO MERCHANTS' for sale by WM. G.assortment PORTER just& CO.receivedand Dec 5 2S Water street. however, was brought into public use before changes, yet it may be fairly excepted thai me, and the day of cssoign shall be that of ,

No., .c: Water Street, Dec :5: 41 Water street. Refined Nitre and Alum. the beginning of this century. In the year greater changes are yet to come-changes your own nuptials, and the eve of the lasting'

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COO 10 HHDSSt. Croix Sugar; nov29 H. F. ABELLMOFFAT'S at Versailles, and that nation peace and order, and cause wars and I and faithful orator, &c.
% e a Home 20 do New Orleans Sugar, to arrive was I
; t tumults exist in the T.8PLITCA.m. '
CO\Uf1SS: 100 sacks Rio Coflee; 50 do Java; LIFE PILLS AND PHOZNIX on the threshold of its world-famed revolution only phases of past L
.
o.u MERCHANTS, 40 bxs Aromatic Tobacco; just received and for sale by a revolution of a different kind, and I history.The ONE F.\ULT.-He who will turn

Xew-QrleWll, Charles Street, 50 Mnft'd do. Brown's and Labby's; Nov 25 H. F. ABELL, Druggist. destined to be more lasting and beneficial, electric telegraph, which has already r friend for one fault, is a Stranger to the away best a| ;

,1Ir'S, CO3IE. 20 Sperm Candles; 50 bxa brown Soap; Iron and Nails. was in preparation on a small piece of water: : effected what ten years ago would have been I feelings of the human heart. .Wno has qot

AMos Hosx.L JOO bags Shot; 50 kegs Powder; Tl -| A A BARS Swede's Iron ; 200 kegs called Dalswinton Loch. rn the pleasure: ; .ridiculed as impossible, was patented only in I erred at least once in his life 1 If thai?

2000 lbs Lead ; 4 casks Linseed Oil; JL JL VfJ Nails, assorted sizes for sale by ground ofa gentleman in the south of Scot 1837. and was not introduced on railwaysuntil fault were not overlooked, to what depths'

L Z.: C. Allen, 200 kegs White Lead, No.,Extra and Pure. Dec5 J.. DAY & CO. l land. Three gentlemen one of them. a few years_after that time. of infamy would not thousands have decen-
For sale G. PORTER &
bcr t ''fwd Retail Dealer in Dec 5 byV.U. 41 Water CO.street. named Symington were there and then trying SIGNS.-It is a good sign to see a man enter dedVe know not the peculiar aud pressing

[ W4.s 1, Bllirf' PAINTS, OILS, Salt. l to propel a pleasure boat by means of a your sanctum with a friendly greeting- i temptations to which another may be
,&c..&c. Window Glass. 1000 SACKS Liverpool board bark: steam-engine. They succeeded ; but the Here's two dollars to pay for my paper.' exposed. He may have fought
1110, f f\ BOXES just received 7 9 8 10 Sarah Sheafl, for sale by manfully,
by by ,
-f birth day of their iuvention had It is a bad to bear he is for months the
r. tneraI not sign a man too against sin and still .
OU Dec yet"Mr. say kept
:5 J- .
BAY .
10 by 12, 11 by 14, 11 by 1C, and 12 by CO.MOFFAT'S
BL'\XKS.STATIOSERY to take a he the l locked
poor paper-and ten to one secret in his bosom. At last
&e. &e. sale nov2S J. C. ALLEN. e
IS, for by [ ]
i & Commerce street. LIFE[ PILLS AND PHOZNIX: Millerof Dalswynfon, who had experimented carries home jug of brandy that cost hima : was overcome. In a moment he ,ieJded._ ,d
Apalachicola, Fla. Castor Oil. just received and for sale by in a boat with hand driven paddles i; dollar. He would give worlds to recall the t t

8. s. Hawley, 1 A A GALLONS in store and for sale by Nov 21 J. C. ALLEN. James Taylor, the preceptor of Mr. Miller's sons, It is a good sign to see the color of health He has mourned over it in secret act, and- :,.
AND I H. F. ABELL who had suggested the application of the steam
,
COMMISSION Isvg in
MERCHANT Lune. a man's face. repented in dust and ashes. Shall
No. engine to this kind we for-j
SWterstret, Nov- 28 Druggist. 300 CASKS, just received and now landing ton,a mechanist, who navigation was called: ; in-to make Syming-and:l It is a bad sign to see it concentrated. sake him ? Earth and heaven-justice and! ,
--- ApacbkoFahicoIaFa. Fresh Herbs. from schr Geo Engs for sale by in his nose. humanity-
the philanthropy and
apply engine and who, about the same time, religon-cryn.;
"':;B.s A.er.r& & Jones, SAGE, Thyme, Summer Savory, Sweet Mar. LOCKHART YOUNG, w s experimenting upon a steam-carriage: : ; for (It is a good sign for a mnn to advertise in out! : Forgive him He who will,DQ"a

$COA-UU:3SIO MERCIIAXTS, Catnep, Boneset, Horehound, Worm NoJ4 53 Water street, common roads. Symington seems to have; hat the newspaper. forgive, must possess the heart of a demon 4,

l o. \Vtestreet.., I wood, &c., just received- and for sale by C!KBAM TARTAR, tirsjle: : by the principal merit m keeping the.project; alive, ft is i :i b. I .
Apalachicola, F a. Nov 2S J. cAL )JcptSJ, .H f .vBELL.' hUH \w:> Liken up by Bell l
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C6frej+l)ondentfe: of th! Clurleston Guuricr.V. .] army as well ';'s the navy, and to make nn 'CO MERTISEB.' and whose hope docs not encourage them V 1)AXIEI4'E B5TrR. j I vacancy in the U. S.Se pate-'io',:: -
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\ .\"" in:>(orov.: Duc. 12. adequate provision for the widows and chil- to expect much for the next few years. Some two months since this great man I Dl oo r e heafl's relirmem, who t' .Cqr'I

'" lire Report of the Secretary of the Trea- dren of those who may be killed or die in ....-- the number of begging resolutions made a speech in Paneuil Hall, which, a candidate.YORK. etr9t, 4Ntav

fury i* cuinidered here a* a very able (doc I the service. Some project of this sort :APALACH1COLA, SATURDAY, DEC. 25, 1846.z Considering State was reported for the newspapers. A mis

ument. It is a successful vindication of: ought to be and will be adopted-both parties passed every session by our take into the report, which made Mr. .: FLOUR TRa ::.
the doctrines} of free trade. After inquiry : bcin in favor of it. Mr. Benton, remarked (;(J- Ths following gentlemen are authorized Legislature, it ,would 'seer" 'that the mottoof crept F of all kinds of Western

'nmons very Inch 'l'
"1 do not find that any serious effort is in I the present popularity of the army to do it receive and receipt! for subscriptions or advertisements people who arc so fault 'of 'calling on \Var, appear lo have used language in his i| 000 city barrels York, doe ootei!>.

contemplation to obtain modifications of the jus'.ice. :- speech derogatory to the American clmr 1c- ii i 100,000 ofwhicb haft *

r new Tariff at this ses ioti. The cry of re'toration" The value: of public stores, munitions, MEs R*. MA=OJ & Ttr'f'fLE,38 Will mm Street, Hercules, instead of putting their shoulders ter. The referred was promptly been sold for shipment, and
passage ,
falls dead.: In the next Congress &c. taken hy our at Monterey, has New York. to the wheel. I board. ;art
troops on The
DAVID BRAVO, K:"<\.t New Orleans. _ corrected by the Boston papers, but not before balance, 300.000 iJ
been staled half million dollars.
it revived. ( at a of .
maybe 'VI.V.
CHEKVEK, Ksq., Albany; Ga. L.: put against 5oO,000
The Sub-Treasury has already been put Thare seems to he no reason! why someprizr. Major JAClt HARDMAN, Eufaula, Ala. CO\GRE' the error had been published and commented barrels, the
ltoc\
of the should be the ---- ----- -- ,- This body at the last accounts had'not various Within hand at the
in operation here. The Secretary; money not paid to troopsout -- ------- --- -- --" -- on by newspapers. corresponding period ,

Senate: has had a vault built in his office, of these spoils.DIr. TUB LONDON QUARTERLY _DVEST- |yet got fairly under weigh most of ,he a couple of weeks this same erroneous re- I year, leaves a deficiency the ,t0cC:!

and an iron safe within the vault, where he Crittcnden presented a memorial from MINSTER. RENIEWS for the last quarter of i iISW business transacted was of a preparatory .of Mr. Webster's speech "has appearedin comber 184G, compared P with (
keeps gold wherewith to pay the mileage of General Leslie Coombs, of Ky., chiming; port of ihw,of 1'
have reached us, filled as usual with nature. 250,000, and ibis
the <<
1vifh design injuring deficiency
Senators. Twenty thousand; dollars ho has payment from the United States of certain a newspaper !, m

already paid: out in this way. The Spea- bonds! of the State of Texas, held by him, a variety of articles, the perusal of which Garrett Davis, of Ky., led off the ball the fair. fame of the statesman to whom the i to be made up, as the River Dati o.

fcer of the house gives certificates to members and amounting to sixty-ritne thousand dol- will well repay the student, and furnish with a motion to have information as to who remarks were erroneously imputed. : probably closed for the season. 13tI

,; 1 1e of the sum due to them, and they djjiw lars. He shews that: the receipts of t the amusement as well as instruction. authorized Viceroys Stockton and] Kearneyto must attribute the publication of rhe ve'l I _

gold from the Treasury, or obtain drafts! at customs were pledged by Texas for the pay, Of all the periodicals which now set up for themselves in California, and the i LARGEST CITY is' TOE 'VOltD. '
N many after
the brokers. ( ment of this and other debts, and as those sage at this late day, generalnridalmost is a city in the interior of
Ii find {their .wrty through the land, none are annex that country. Perhaps Senator Yu- of the Cltio a, !(
!: The Senate to I ballot for. their Standing receipts were transferred to the FnitedState"s universal knowledge error Tchou, which} has .a/If.

Committees on Monday. I learn that great he claims that the United States more deserving of the reading man's attention lee, who is some pumpkins at annexation, which first produced it in print, to gross millions within a popuh hog tlf

changes are to be made in their organization. should fulfil the contract. Other creditorsof than 'the Reviews and Blackwood's had a hand in the matter;-a certain newspaper and wilful ignorance, or a disposition to its wall, and teD .*

The whigs and) the Calhoun men Texas have determined to put in their Magazine, which by the enterprise Messrs. a while back ,recommended the Sena- within a radius of four fea gu/tiroaai
have something lo sayin this matter. Mr. claims, in like manner.rfhe lands Texas malign the reputation of a great man by H edge, a French mission 1
LEONARD SCOTT & Co. for seat in the Cabinet, and the Presi- 1Rhoha
tor a
are re-published
Calhoun would) be the favorite c-indidatefot offer an ample fund as the means of paying false. statements. There is scarcely an individual it, gives authority for the >si

Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Relations all the ilebts! contracted by that State, prior in this country at the low price of $10 for dent may have given him charge of the Department who reads the current news of the he silk 'Itf1b'tnc. .

but he declines I the service. Mr. to its annexation. The Slate Legislature the whole, or $3 each. whence Commodore Stockton got day but hits seen the correction of the erroneous greatest market in 'C rcr.:

Benton will not be the candidate of the ma- of Texas will, as 1 learn, offer some pro SOUTHERN LITERARY: MESSENGER.: his commission of CommanderinChiefof of 1 lr. Webster's MJl.WLBSTE'S REMARKSUNTEEBS.: p-
It rumnied that' position to the General Government in relation report speech. 1ntto'1
jority. is currently Judge This estimable Southern work is the Navy and Army of the United States : .
Butler, of S. C., will be chosen ; but there to these lauds and the debts. again recommended We give today an extract from that gen- We the
'will be an effort to elect :Mr. Sevier. The Senate elected by ballot, the Chair- ) ,to the 'patronage of onr readers. in California," as he styles himself. Whilst tleman's Philadelphia speech, from whichit copy folloiving remark 3 frorA)J JWebster's

There is much reason to believe that we men of the several Standing Committees, We should'be] glad to !find 'that the. Messenger Garrett Davis is making his researches into be seen what his true sentiments arc .I late speech at PJ'i1i1dtlp'

'hall have a spce.ly peace with :Mexico. viz-On (Foreign Affa'us, Mr. Sevier : Finance receives that support in our Stale to the hidden mysteries of the reign of King may the of the War and our duties reported in the U. S. Gazette:_
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subject
on
.Thc' correspondence between Mr. Buchanan Mr. Lewis; Commerce, Mr. "Dix-; which its position nsa-a Southern Periodicaland Polk, it would be well for him to inquire by Gentlemen. nevertheless, Wariso
Manufactures Dickinson in relation to it. At the saute time we extract -
and Mr. llejon, stronly indicates a ; Agriculture, Armies are In the field-navi,
of Commodore Stockton:
what of
disposition, on the pail: of this government, Mr. Sturgeon ; Military Affairs, Mr. Benton its intrinsic excellence and worth entitle ort process from the Boston Times, a Democratic sea. We believe that the are Uo r

to conclude a treaty of peace on fair terms. ; Naval Affairs, Mr. )Fairfield ; Militia, it. the Navy created Lieut. Col. Freemont of paper, a withering rebuke to an assailant oft ought immediately, in any 1lOnorabe. v

The rejoinder of Mr. liiiuli.itr.in to )1 r. Re- ;Mr. Atchison.; Public 'Lands, Mr. Breeze ; GRAHAM'S: l\Ir\G\ZI; .-The number for Engineers 'a Major in the Army !! for i Mr. Webster, which would well 'pPfy to satisfactory- manner brins-! that !
treats Mexico sort o1 f spoiled child Private Land Claims, Mr. Yulee; Indian onclusion! war fc
jon, S.1 January came to us by last mail, and on seems he did so. if posible. We belief .
and soothes its pettish aimer: though 1 at the Affairs, 11 r. Baggy ; Claims, Mr. Penny- any other cowardly: assailant elsewhere thanin every reasonable effort liouM *
A mischievious notion into the head *
same time holds up ih'* rod. It is believed backer ; Revolutionary Claims, Mr. Sem- opening its pages we were delighted with a got Boston. put an md 1 to this war. But be B&L

that the negotiation will be assented to by pie; Judiciary, Mr. Ashley ; Post Office most magnificent engraving by SARTAIN, of Mr. Ralhbun, of 1\. Y., Dem., to institute --- -" -_ ..,- lists'-while soldiers are on the whue .

the Mexican Congress; and that to overcome and Post Roads, !Mr. Niles ; Pennsions, ] from painting by HORACE VERNET, and we an inquiry which is likely to disturb LEGISLATURE.: seamen on the sea. uphoGlio.! h II(

Mexican pride, our Government n ill Mr. Johnson) of La. ; District of Columbia .I were most especially interested by the peru- the peace of Sir Robert Walker. The The last accounts from Tallahassee represent country, you feel nnd' I foil thefJa"lf, aef J

offer to pay that Government some two mil- Mr. Cameron; Patents, Mr.1 Colquett ; the Legislative bodies assembled American feels, that
New York member
sal of the first part of a nautical tale by wants to know how they must hilt
ilions besides all indemnities Retrenchment, Mr. 'furm Public Buildings -
assuming; in y ; and sustained--(thunders
here done but liule business of of
compensation: for the territory which we i Mr. Bright ; Contingent Expenses, COOPER, written for Graham. This is the many secret service men are employed in as having They bt-ar the conini>siou of arpb

f shall take. It is'ihe settled opinion, in this :31r. Speight ; Territories, Mr. Westcott ; very best of nil the Periodicals of the day. the New York Custom House. It seems a 'importance so far. menr. They are under its order IbisG

country, that we must have the C.ilifornias, Joint Committee on the Library, Mr. Its pages contain something solid, they number are so employed at. large salaries, The biennial sessions bill, the one years trol. Their duty is: obedience and .
ns well as the boundary of the Rio Grandeto Pearce, Mr. Lewis, Mr. Chalmers. The residence bill will no doubt become laws. to rrcunltnand.
beside the which said They)
are not filled with lack-a-daisical nonsense : stealings, employees are engaged: : on a (0
other members of the Committees
Commodore its source. Stewart, as I learn, is not by resolution, on motion were of Mr.appointed by Mrs. Josephine Christina Alczina Giddy I are laboring under a mental hallucination A bill to pay the Grand and Petit uriesone service. to'I 1 which hry have done honor tol

to take command of the Gulf squadron. Mangum, they having been arranged by iUII'iECT on the subject of the next Presidency, dollar per diem by the Slate, has passed country I am behind uo they man belong.in

His advice has been taken on the-subject, mutual agreement between the parties rn which manifests itself to the great dislike of he Senate. It would have been much bet- and honor to Gen. :1 rribia'p:
Taylor and
and but Coimnnc! -- Conner will the Senate. tiL. Calhoun and Mr. Allen, : TAXES. all -M1
adopted ; :< have for
the
Mr. Rathbun, and others of the Old Hunkers ter to provided paying Peril (great applause! ) and I am behind
) the command aided. Com were excused, at their own fromsen.in no ?
be retained in ; by request When the Whig predicted Direct and
papers in decided Juries so much for each verdict, to be taxed perhaps forward of
modore Perry. There is no doubt, that on any Committee.The a preference for Sir Robert most men, j it
should the war unfortunately' continue/ an Standing Committees of the House Taxation as the natural result of an expen- himself, and we suppose the object of Mr. in the bill of costs-or paid 'by the plaintffnt respect and admiration which I fetlfc\

attack will be mule on the Castle of San were announced. There is no essential sive war and a reduced Tariff, with its necessary .fl.:'s inquiry is to see whether the Government the time the Jury are sworn. entered good couduct the field.of( the volunteers who b

Juan d'Ulloa. Every preparation i it m \ ,ing change in them. attendant-a reduced rc\'enue--the nil! not grant the officers alluded to The election for Judge of the Southern I know no period !in our(Great ;.ppr, use.j)
history
for this The Standing: Committees of the House Democratic ---therei,,
and :
purpose. 'those
papers especially Circuit was to have: taken Wednesday in,! in our annals! which
permission to retire to private life. Sir place on shows
Jt is believed hero that :Mr. King, of Alabama I. were announced. There is no essential 1 which ultra Free "rra supegallantry
late Minister to France, will come change in them.A :ire e, openly avowed RobC'rt's friends tried hard to dodge the inquiry -candidates as plenty as blackberriesin on the part of raw recruits

back to the Senate.( It i is supposed that ..1 new kind of gunpowder., called Eagle the policy of Direct Taxation to supply but the resolution was passed by a summer-one' or two of whom would suddenly into the from the pursuits: of ciiU&

Mr. Baggy will take some Foreign ,; Powder, invented by a person in New York, any deficiency in the revenue from Customs! large majority, which is sufficiently indica- not be reckoned seal County Court lawyers we put look for such military service. When*
V and that his place will he filled by :Mr. King. has been sent here with strong recommen and sales of Public Lands, and asserted'its steadiness, coolnessk
ive that the House in; some States. and
dations from militia Generals and thinks it will not hurt very modesty, as in chose role
1V.t'11INcroN Doc. 13. many
Colonels &c. propriety. TheVhigs met them on that to watch the -- --- (Great a tppause.) The most iD'UI
Capt. Mordecai tried it on Secretary.The Slll'P tsOfJTIflSUX'EK. L
The anticipations :IS to Santa Anna's STEAM ::: :::
and found from three issue and the question so raised !had its influence incident in the history of our
Saturday, disehargcs couwrv
,
movements have been verified. He has returned We hear that the owners of this fine vessel the
the of Mexico with view that is explosive force was less than .that of '( upon the Fall ,elections. This influence brig Clarion, of Norfolk, Va., arrived good conduct of mil'uhi new ra'
to city to refused ?1SO,000 for her from the Gov- l levies from ,
ordinary gunpowder; on the fourth discharge felt be at this} amongst the people(" i pert!,
secure his own interests:: which appear to was to injurious to the De- port on Thursday last in dis- that
the musket was burst from the enment. She cost 110000. Several of t of the battle of Hunker HilL!{ I Igentleman
be hazarded amid faction It ignition mocratic t ress in of the
contending Party and the necessity of abandoning charge second mate, with who
is understood that Herrrra will be of the powder, while the charge was our citizens have made the passage from sits' by me, though M
probably being: rammed iown. Capt. Mordecai was the project of Direct Taxaiion was only three hands, one of whom was sick- years to bear :arms: was of years t to loot
chosen as President. ItVa!! that chief New York to Charleston in the Southerner,
who down Santa Anna and caused his slightly wounded in ihe leg by a piece of the at once felt, acknowledged, and resolved the-crew were short of provisions and nearly and see others there. (Great applaos}
put and some of ,them were on board of her at
banishment. ShoulJ he be restored to barrel, and his assistant had his thumb upon, by those politicians who readily adopt exhausted with over labor in working and might go further, and say that alB
in the October all I Hill the raised
blown off. sea great gale. They newly levies and re
power, Santa: Anna will be in danger of themselves 'to circumstances, and are ever pumping the vessel. i sheltered themselves
join in commending her qualities:: ;as a sea behind ome t tf
the fate of Itiubide. Ilerrera .
.meeting FROM: SANTA Fl:. 'ready ''to forsake any one principle for the The Clarion sailed from Bonaire, in the I rary defences, but at Monterey the ._
should he become President i will, it is boat. She is said to be very staunch built !
I I faver with the United The Westeru Missouri papers arc in receipt ; preservation of the great seven, (five loaves Caribbean sea, about the 1st Nov., loaded leers assailed a fortified city. (Cbtta
supposed, ; and has fine
peace a powerful engine. The cabinis
of dates from Santa Fe to the 21st of At ;: rate,
tmy whairm
gentlemen,
with
States, as he has done heretofore. The and two fishes.) srflt! -on the 10th ult. ,she got ashoreon te
October. Among the communications pub spendidly fitted up, but is not sufficiently think of tlie origin of the ocnslooicalled :
'Constituent Congress by declaring their To return to the Tariff( 'of 1842, w 'modifications the Colorado Reef, west end of Cuba.
lished is from Col.
one Donniphan of the commodious--the owners sacrificed the I them there, it is gratifying n
preference for Hrrrcra, will, by the tame Missouri mounted volunteers. It appearshis was not tube' 'thought of= -yet, The captain, Win. N. Babcock, expectingthe what we can do through the agencyofi
comfort of the
act, declare for passengers, to too great a de
peace. march for Chihuahua has been ''cJcJa"ed d something must be done to meet the extraordinary vessel 'wou'lil be a total 10'55took liis tary power whenever the exigencies]
You are aware that, some years ago, an sire to make money by crowding a large
effort was made to revolutionize some of the by an order from Gen. Kearney postpone ] expenses of the war-Treasury wife, the chief mate. and several of the country may require. We do show.c
his departure until the EUIHWH and Navajo number together-the arrangements for out the the
northern provinces Mexico, viz : Tamau- Notes are at a 'discount.;tfrrd( they 'must crew, in the brig's'boat and went on shore, expense or daogrr effr
Indians were compelled to submit to terms.A which purpose contract the space allotte] standing armies, there j is military.
lipas, New Leon, Durango, Chihuahua and had been ,made with the raise the wind in some 'way.Tire which was "barely visible from the vessel- enough,
permanent treaty intelligence
Couhuila. Gen. Arista to any single individual.] enough !>rand
was supposed to Eutaws, and] the regiment was on the eve wily disciples of the astute Martin, promising to send] aid to those on board.- : patience and submission to disc
be concerned] in it and far from
was not
I losing his life in consequence of it. A : of starting for the Navajo country. and] the sage Levi, remembered how thee There was a schooner lying at anchor at a STEAMBOAT DISASTER-LOSS OF MAIL enough, amongst the young mm of

Mexican agent has been here for some I The Mormons left on the 20th under th debt which had been left by them in 1840. distance, "(o'm "which relief<1s expected to: The steamer Vanderbilt, going from country, to uphold our stars aril E
command C l.pt. Cook, of the 1st Dins whenever the ordcrfc
weeks, and has endeavored] to hi as a to the be obtained.] During the the Charleston Wilmington thrown government may
procure goons, for California; they will'only proceed legacy Whigs-and which was I night 'wind was to be unfurled. (Great applause.)

This recognition as the agent of these Slates.; to San Diego and await further orders, and by theVlugs paid off-had, 'by means of shifted and"blew strong off'shorevvhcnthose down on her beam ends] and lost everything ---

respectable gentleman is and represented intelligent to man.me as It avery perhaps transportation by water. of their plausible falsehoods: been used as on board the brig, backed her topsails, and off her decks. By cutting away her mast [From the Portland (.Me.) AJvnlm.)

was reported that he proposed the annexation Col. Donniphan and other writers anticipate i- capital to electioneer against the Whigs she got afloat. The brig lay to, during the and throwing over all the top-hamper that t DIRECT TAXES.MONEV.--HOW TO 111
Berth cf the
a win
of the provinces to the United States : ter in Santa Fu, provisions as the provision coming(rains on whom they charged with increasing the night and next day, awaiting the return of could be gotten trd of, she was righted and The Journal of! Couln+ ,: -oritsTiington

'but I informed that this was not his pur-I the road) had broken down, and the supply public expenditures-which increase wag i the captain, when no boat appearing, the arrived safe: in port. '.fhemail car however, correspondent been prtp

;pose tied ;States tint he should proposed:merely the that the U Ii- in the country was inadequate to the want caused byiihe effort of the Whigs to sustains I I second 'male made sail and bore away for a with all the southern mails fromCharleston, the public mind for Mr. Polk's probables

guarantee imlependcnce of the people, and such of the a the Nation's in the Gulf and lost. ALL gestionto tax tea and coffee, a ml some*
of the above mcttliont'd live States army credit.Vhat succeeded once port on the 03d, off this was HANDS SAVED !
would remain. freo.anicles, to raise funds for the I-
y they having: previously' declared and! place boarded and We do hope that this accident will
sustained Col. Donniphan says : Col. Price and may succeedagain. They foresee Whig were brought in by the serve Probably something of that I kind wi

circumstances their independence., the United Slates Under Govern present t all his regiment, with the separate battalion, majority in the next C-ongress--so they resolve Pilots, who found the brig ashore on a bank, as1 a warning to deter persons taking pas heard of soon. Iris quite likely.tnatailinct

anent could this will i remain hero this wiuier. '1'o-day, JohnP. that instead of Direct Taxation, which and those on board, unable to 'work her. sagein theCharleston Wilmington boats, recommendation of the kind wiT

entertain his not proposition.recognize; The ,agent agent, will nor t; Campbell, Esq. of Springfield, arrivedhere would bring them into odium with the People The cal twin carried off the brig's papers they are totally unfit forsea navigation. We in tire Message; or in Sir Robert's
and first The matter will be slurred] ia
over
brings our
leave this: city on his return home to-morrow. that loon infantry are positive on their information march -instead of increasing the duties, which and everything in the cabin. The Collector have seen the most experienced and dauntless documents, but the Executive will tort

I mentioned, in my letter, last night, that would them into has taken charge of the vessel and seamen--men who had braved !
Mr. Scvier might be the Chairman of ti for this point, and that our provision trains bring contempt-they are targo, fearlesslythe application for more taxes, in a bad*

Committee of Foreign Affairs( of file Senate.I are all breaking down, and giving out, and resolved to borrow money and leave pay- and will proceed to sell the latter at once- severest gales on board sailing vessels, way, through the committees of Con?

am now positively;informed that the Senatorial that but few of them can reach here this ment to the Whigs. They trust{ that the the leaky cond.tion; of the brig rendering quail with apprehension, whilst making the This is the way it was managed isWoodbury's

democratic caucus have agreed) t to be winter.the inevitable If (this be the case, starvation No will People, if not callled] on to pay'up now, will it necessary that the salt should be taken passage from Charleston Wilmington, onboard The suggestions time. of the Journal''fJ.

choose Mr. Sevier. I am aKo enabled lo can be had here.consequence.Campbell brougln provisions not care much ;about the future, and that i if out 'of her. The brig is said to be owned by one of the cock-boats now in use on merce, upon this head, which are
state positively, that in order to make; a vacant out some !beef cattle which are a few claysfrom the Whigs, when they come into power, the captain and] a Mr. Doyle of Norfolk. that route. are found in the following pnf
seat in the Senate for :Mr. William R.
King, late Minister to France Mr. Baggy, here. We have not ten days' provisions i- acting with their usual regard to lionesiy from one of their Washington letter!
on hand." COMMITTEES: IN CONGRESS. PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. As to the jPreiitfe
now Senator from Alabama, will be and national faith, levy taxes to the present means,
appointed
These difficulties are increased by tlmwant c pay .I Mr. Vice President Dallas has been some- \Ve have not been able to publish tire inform Congress that measures: hart11

as Minister to France. of specie to purchase provisions with, debt, these same smooth-tongued gentry, i what shorn of his power [by his Democratic President's Message for want of rootn i in taken to put in market a very bra
WASHINGTON, Dec, 11. the Pay master's Department having will make capital for themselves out of the valuable and *
nothing very saleable: poriioo
friends in the Senate (
who voted to choose our columns-occupied as they are with
The House in session
was not long to-
but
Treasurv; notes. occurrence which they have been the primary public domain. lie 'cilliamyopiWaar
.day. Mr. Bowden of Ala. announcing the the Committees by ballot-not liking to more interesting matter. If any of ou recommend time which J al

p' .decease of Mr. McConnell, member of the, A tNEVOLY.N'1' DESIGN.-An exchange creators of. We trust that tireVhigs trust Mr.i Dallas with that power-they readers: regret this fact, and they can get a gest, and which measures ihe crisis: call J' -n/

:House from Alabama, and )paid an eloquent paper, speaking of Mr. Astor, the wealthiestman in Congress will resist every attempt to create him the leifao1! *
the late
keep only to give casting rote.- file of the Union, they can all find i in imposing of duties on
itributc to his memory. The House[ then in the United States, says he designs a National Debt. We desire to leave also a It
Adjourned. establishing an institution for the advancement Truly, the people, seeing the want of confidence the Editorials of that paper, on the subject ]:I upon spices, and< no such legacies to our children-if we of dot the produce of this couDlr). ty1J
) The proposition of Mr. G. Davis, of Ivy. of honest and deserving men, hy supplying the Democratic leaders manifest towards of the Mexican War, about two-thitds r I *"
I the incur measures will be proviJeu
j
generation debt the means
to call for certain information from the them with capital, from present u let each other the
i varying one will begin to think the matter of which the Message- is of the interest ibe1 .
com on
payment
,
President the instructions to five thousand dollars, wherewith to means of payment which we now enjoy the
embracing given i commence Whigs arc right when they tell them that posed. debt, in addition to ordinary expend
by him to our commanders, &c. will come life and forward themselves in their possession of, be applied to its discharge- ta
intrigue and corruption, for office sake, is .- Au immediate resort J-
for further discussion Mr. respective callings. Attached to this institution
up to-morrow it can be done by a tariff f>n imports in the taxation
,
orShould will thus be rcmleri*
at the bottom of all the profl'essed : any one hereafter feel i inclined ,uDrE
King, of Ga. having the floor. The Presi will be a board of gentlemen, whose patriotism :
judicious of the details The Democratic ( _
of which
dent, I learn, is not averse to furnishing all I duty it will be to examine and report on the arrangament of the "largest liberty" party. to doubt the constitutionality of seniatives present will be relieved [1I4 intbe( : ':
the information character, talents, and claims of each encouragement can be given to AmericanIndustry President Polk's r
required. age The Honorable David Yulee has been nets, in respect to War direct taxation WJ1-L r,
Mr. Senator elected from NortCarolina h applicant for a portion of the donor's bounty off'every kind. AND IT \
Badger;:; the head making, he will do
placed at of the Committee on well, ere he expresseshis THE WHIG House or Tilt TUI&tIIT
t to fill the place occasioned by the and in case they report satisfactorily, the -
t Private Land Claims, ns the gentleman has opinion, to beware of the United States GRF.SS. It must be noticed that,.,nt!
be
of and will forthcoming US "
resignation Mr. Haywood, appeared money personal security LET ALONE. 1C ,.
vas qualified.Mr. and! given for an unlimited period of This sentiment of the Lyons weavers, made a snng sum by advocating claims ol Marshal, who may be after him mthasharp sion provisional be measures of the the apprc 1statedstill

Crittcndcn's proposition to increase time, without interest. It is a very common which the Calhoun Democracy succeeded all sorts and kinds against (the Government, stick, for giving aid and comfort" to theenemy. :: inadequate it will be arguEd to : ,,purl'o.seJtbt I JtI

hc pay of the non-commissioned officcrssnd thing to attribute an intention to a and as he has been and still is for Some 'tioual 1quisite
which entered) into his in getting adopted; the motto of Florida, oughtwe Dogberry will be found to continue, and add<< ] measure
never
soldiers of the regulars and volunteers, wealthy man
and to grant certificates of merit to those mind But Mr. Astor has shown a liberal iatendl nl,*t hereby to have it understood that know, interested as principal or attorney exclaim, "its flat burglary," when a citizenof an extra session OfCODgr I sri

who may be distinguished;:; by services, came spirit, and the report of his benevolent project the State is opposed to protecting American in large land claims in Florida, the selectionmtly the freest country on the globe dares to called. Thus the whigs WILL
TAKE THE or,1'
up in the shape of a positive instruction to has probably some foundation. Suchan Industy, has been returned to the wea be a good one. Sod quire ask the President for his authority-to 0} DIRECT RESPONSIBILITY

the Committee on Military Affairs/ to bring institution would) no doubt be' very beneficial make war. TAXATION. .
: without favor vcrs aforesaid, of whom it was borrowed, or:: Levy stock seems to be Expressing-our thanks,as we
in a bill in conformity with the proposition. managed, by judicious getting below 1k>t

.I Mr. Westcott opposed it as the first step l persons. Franklin had such a project in' and in t lieu thereof" the legend, "WE par in this State. The House of Representatives MR. 'LAY IN TIlE SE \TE.-The Washington be writer, for conceding of,the that HOUSE tlie ', t

towards of view and provided for lending; small sumsto IN GOD," has been chosen. Folks MAJORITY tojJIe
creating;:; a sort military nobility TRUST have passed a law to changes correspondent of the PhiladelphiaNorth Congress we are surprised tbe
I Mr. Benton moved different{ and industrious mechanics, without ,
a project, as }'oUll do that considerable
oppositicn was gpQClns
say name of Levy County Wacasassa !t American states that letters with which he leaps to his
an amendment, which was agreed) to. Mr. capital. If his means had been as extensive have:
evinced to so doing by certain of the Democrats An amendment the Whigs can no a
Benton proposes to give increased pay to as Astor's, his free and benevolent proposing to substitute Yu- been received Washington, from responsible employ! ltequT** i

4 /hose who serve till the end] of the war, to spirit would have carried his intention into who think they have no great cause lec for Wacusassa.. was' voted. down.. SI sources in Kentucky, intimating the of revenue Locofocoism but,direct to not be1*"

in to the execution on the most liberal scale. to be thankful just now for favors, transit, .c. sense. might ((01
,..110'" prize money j some cases, any great probability of Mr. Clay's election to the, t any better than that, .t.n (act,
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f ::1o* 80 came into power in one of the weahhietthen of Salem, while expose for sale before the Court H ,use } N. M Lea futt. will lewmApalachicolr

tece5tY 1 The \\Vhi* of the urernment his farther was o'fte of the 'very poorest, MARKET. l PORT,. OF..; A1. >'ALACIICOLA.:.December 2fi. door in the county of Calhoun, on the first Monday k'- emy Tuesday aD

l.be-l! revenue tweIcea1illI0 ? of dollars and lived the life of a decayed ; or : I in the city of St. Joseph, or so much thereof, as C ha tlahoochee every 1 and
bIdIt' othln ". Dht 'tJuw JNoWiiwnr, therefore, would seem the best has added about 10,003 bales to our receipts, CLEARED. 1y1.
f'ood for ma-t Dec 12-Schr Nathan Hale for New will pay the State atd County Tax on the same She silt ais Brake weekly _
-'J5.Jt .radit tll direct taxation: I ? By no capital for a young man to begin life with. king a lotrtl thins far this season of 14,919 ?, I Ia.uo3t 0,leans.Dec Bradley, for t the year 1S-1G: 121. and Port Jackson. Leave Bainttfrcge every

tin! re.'fbey had just time cllongh% beBrCas 17,393 same time last year. Most of the late 1J-Schr Lucy Ann, Spear, for N Orleans. 11 Lots unimproved- valued at $50. purportingto Sunday niJt Leave Poit Jack o erery Wednesday .

'-e2:1J. stll 1 ien from them I to pass a WHAT SHALL WE DO TO SAVE MEXICO ?.- arrivals are for shipment,and ihis keeps ourMarket Dec 15-Uark Weybooset, Harris, for New belong to I C Allen's estate.' > o s. .

,tbeir' p3cet laIc, 1I.y which, 11nng' with This appears to be the great momentous barely: stocked, and restricts the operations to avery York Dec:, :31 by-Dodge Schr Elizabeth& Pratt. Caroline Blithen for 1 Lot unimproved valued at $50, purportingto E.er atentIoni be( paid lo the falely aftl

J : : Tni welcOIHE" bencrns to the question that now agitates the English limited .amount. At the date of our Idlest advices :st Marks. bel on; Robert Armstrong. and strict atfiaHao 10 I'

tli tber&relt aU raiscJ J the revenue, in three press. :How shall we stop repubican! l'apa- from Columbus, the river had fallen 'some Schr Elizabeth, Chft, for New Orleans. 1 Lot unimprove valued at $.30, purportingto bUineS confided to the Captain or Clerk.fff.

peo,1e: !they millions. city, cry the London editors ? The Britannia 18 inches and was still fast receding. This cir- Schr OntwaCorsden, lor New Orleans. 1' Arott. Coat. '__Dee 36', 1843.
11 or 2:3 Dec 22-Schr Ann for valued at oO, purporting to
New
that Rogers, Orleans. : rot improved
to now-considering ascribes For JLitcrpOof .
fearS are our progress to Mexican cow- cnnislance in connectIon with the absence of a to R estate. I"

J },II' 'Jf .id needless 1 war, is I the chief ardice and says that we are only fighting number of boats pat due, renders it more than All RIVED. 1 Lots belong tir.Tmproved Beveridge's, valued at $30, purporting THE superior Copper'd and copper
Dec 12-Hark Triton fm Providence. bark JILJJJLIMA Meritt.mav
> 'cked noW heavy expenditure and against beggars, peasants, robbers and In- probable that the rise was but temporary, and the Dec H-.n.lrk Eliza Lure, fm to belong 'to A B : estate. L fastene ,
our Haynes, New York. Back\\cn.s than half. her
aose of tlebt and .considcrins tl I III'n" lat the dians. The London spectator thinks that river again too low for boats to ran. The season c1 Ehzilu'ih, Clifi, fm New York. 1 Lot improved-, $20 pnrportfng! to on board. For, !freight more of r cargo gpjng

1ft I ( ,rcf< I s a paper which I makesirreligious England had better drop the Spanish marriage : now however, is so far advanced that we may very -Hark Alabama, Merrill fm Boston. belong to George Clark. iamder'.ppb.. '..

oIo.r ( J 0 f character 1 and question, and unite with France in soon look for uninterrupted navigation. Dec 22-Schr Octavia, Shannon fm N Orleans. 2 Lot improved, valuod at Slo purporting Dec. 26, .. -
account Schr.Onrwa, Corsden. im New Orleans. Wm 1916. _
did
it belong to
"u 0b for ili' Bible, we wonder forming a gigantic monarchy that would in- The sales of cotton daring the fast week amountto Dec 24-Brig Delaware, Borden, fin F Uiver.
.arJ hut l 1J Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purportingto For VorK. *- .
11S think of that very Si: ll'le. compre- dude Mexico and all the Northern part of about IOO( bales, at the following: figures:- Steamer Augusta, McLean, fm CktI belong to J N Copeland. THE fast Net packeUbark.ELIZJHaynes ? ;

not an potent rule I.n holy \Vrit, I b) South America, over which, as Emperor, Middling S3 ; Good Middling S! a 9j MiddlingFair Steamer Charleston, Freeman, fm Columbus. :: Lots unimproved, valued at $50, pii'fp'ortlng marerit quick:de.patah. .-
ife Steamer Champion, Cadwallader fin Columbus. aye
hen obriined from onr presrt3t might be placed the Prince de Joinvillc b'afaf
rr.licf! coo W he 9| ; Fair 9c. Steamer Peytona, Ulcer, fm Columbus. to belong to R K Call. frci3h cotton
.llicb \Vc think thc \ .'$ This the Spectator thinks would secure a FREIGHTS.-The only foreign engagement we Steamei Emily, Hall, fin Columbus. :3l Lotsunirproved, valuft at $200, purporting "k passage, apply to .-

tJ11 no SV itt Plying it. \\7ei1opetheY solid Southern boundary to the United have heardofisalot ef 700 bales by ihe bark Alabama Steamer Col"mhls Sfapler, fm Columbus. to belong to Writ Craig DODGE & PRAT, _
11 hare Polk during his Stales" Steamer Viola Van Veghten fm Columbus. 3 Lots Dee 2G 4D .
will wv 10 Mr. that huge moving bog in political at'4d. To New York, masters readily obtain : unimproved, valued at $30, purporting -
and! all its < Sieamer Mary A Moore, Moore, fm Columbus. to belong to W .Colquit. .
to the war. geography. The Spectator is almost in arate. but to Boston and Provi Fo. Ncv'YO.'k.. 7
lerm--as $c. ref.se that rats Steamer Boston, Morton, fm Columbus. "
hllf Lets *
j3'i wlcketlness.-C, EAS"} to doEr .* Mexico be 2 unimproved, valued ut $50, purportingto THE '
must tranquillized and dence. Steamer Notion, McAllister, fm Columbus. PU-ndid fast sailing brig & -
"iunl tech." If they will bring her strength consolidated belong to Colquit & Gtant, HATTJ1J\\ Johnson, hue
1,1 tic; by good governInent -. -- 2 Lots masteri
--- --
---- ---- -- 'at purporting
; ft'lTn obey that: ruh', thelc will hc no ncd or she is lost." The United States COTTON ST A TElEXT. : Lost LIST OF VESSELS IX POllT.SHIPS. to unimplclurt $50. ; dispatch. For Freight Pgf apply : _

}I tit taxatiOl1, are bent on seizing the whole Mexican [Cr- }'ear. S :3 Lots unimproved, Duval.$50, purporting : to the mate or toNOURSE

Dr direct ritory. It is high time that we in England Stack on hndSelt.l, 18t.l0' 4 Floridian, Whitmore, too ton, for New York, to belong to D W Dubois. Dec_ 26. STONE fc CO. ._
KepuMican ] ] 4G Watea street.
r [rrrnm thr Saannah should take into serious' consideration what : 983llccived loading:Nour e, Stone i5i Co. 2 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purportingto .

MACOV, Dec. 3, 1S4G. : can be done to save th'e miserable and impotent past wefk.. ... .-..(7.3 Andrew lingers Scot, : Emery Co. 318 tons, waiting. -Chas belong to John E Davis. For New York .

j5 : ). :-1 am glad to see you republic of Mexico from extinction rrevioulv ... ... . Harriet Rockwell}I, Gennish, 417 tons, fm Liver- 2 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting : THE fast sailing ship FLORlUN.:

? S'cS! o IJaiiU by the horns- as an independent nation." The Britanniarests .Total.- 17337 1)001'altlg:Master.RQUES.. to belong to John Derrick. ( (Wnitmore; master, having

|tl ? ? lintSiemselvea I 1 a Icttle too Exported pa t ... .. .. B \ 20 Lots unimproved, valued at $100, purporting --- cargo engasied, will have immediate 'bn

thtyarc fil'rell hpnr in mind that: thecnanlW1 some hopes on SASTA AN A.ulf H ) ... .... Alabama, Merrill, 347 ton, for LUerp'ool, I load to belong G ., patch. For freight or passage, apply to the mater
fast. I II1t: ytlu to of rilllleslon! are SANTA Ass's the editor, "deservesthe TOI.1. .. .- 2327 233-1 ing-Chas Rogers & Co 8 Lots unimproved, valued at <100, purportfngto or to NOURSE, STONE & CO.

: of t'lf' Banl; hunderdth part of the reputation whichhe Eliza, Haynes 279 ton, for New York, loading belong to F G Gibson's e,tale. Dec 26 46 Water slreeJ. .

.1I3rtl!i Mnn-! 1)tn1ortS.: and weic ilic.nlUII6J: blinds with him, and avails himself of the 0:hand nnd on llpboafJ nol ccar d.212 1373 Dodge It Prat.Triton 2 Lots. unimproved, valued al $.' (rr purporting

posl'J, H the Batik If the :l ample means of his country, he will have -_.- Lure, ton, from Providence, waiting to belong to E G Greenwood. Stores for Kent.
fullo of toI'rttirg a nonbttI. EXPORT OF COTTON APALACICOLA Matter. 1 Lot improved, valued at $50, 5 to sSTORE No. G, in Columbus Block'
1 zit I.lhiJk Gcn. TAYLOR rations Mexico: purporting
5ia1es. cnll1J on prison John Brnwer Ilubbs 310 fm
same ,
Slate Commencing 1t September IS16aud tons, Liverpool, belong to James Goslin. I Ji lately occupied by Sims & Cheever, ancT
Iron 111'1)0 every
h.IJ Illi paw in month \Otltlie heroes in 18-15. Master.
a Washington time waiting- !
.tl1 Lots al \ Store No.??, Block C on Water st. Apply
5t'sell the! liht of InC"lIU Coffin 372 G unimproved, valued $50, purporting
Mersey, tons
( discharging Day
l'uillnIt:1t P light and ----
10 tile glad to scamper across moor Past Previ- La'" to belong to Robert Gamble. toDec NOURSE, STONE& co.
a'h Sat.: tc't.rJ/lt the \ / I to Co. ,
; I !"neb- iI! < mountain until they wrap their sc Irs in the WITlEI FJPOTtTED.. wcek onsly.rorAI season Sarah Sands, 401, waiting-J Day & "6. 2 Lots improved, valued at $l60, purporting' to 23 46 Water street. '

w'' ."!xf. 1'tcreliJnnging Mate remnants of th"ir flag" The Britannia L1verpool ... .... ... ... ... ... . .. Sheaf -BRIGS. Lelong to Edward Hardin's estate. -

(gtoiw bo* docs the prarlit.'Cofthpe| goes on to suggest what Mexico might do : IIavre....... .... . ... .. .. ... Manhattan, Johnson, 217 tons, for New York, 2 Lots unimproved, valued at $ ', purposing Duclliiis for Rent. .
wit Ii. . . ..... ,0 THE small Dwelling House =
nlif > : compare Nantz. with Nour e, Stone & Co. lately occupied
Clnrl "flJn !manners "If in Mexico turned tispatch- to to S K
.
tcnta belong
every man were Hodges. .
.... .. .. .. Mr
"' Triete. \Vt fm by W A McKenzie.
;their; 1IrcII'hit; ; ;.: ; .' We lui'l I mem locating into a soldier$ no poweron earth could make I genoa ....... .. .... Uhy D,B \Vood, & Co.tons, KeyVest, waiting 1 Lot unimproved, valued at $0, purportingto .i3 i :I or NOURSE, STONE & CO.Inquire .

agenCIeS in lI..U.1.1! Georgia, Alabinn: and :an impression upon Mexico." The English Other ports. ..... -.. . Delaware, Borden, 214 tons, fm Fall River, waiting belong to William Dec 26 46 Water street.

L mi IIH: n"t! lIly willltliu asVlll3 the consent editor advises Mexico to commission Total to For. Ports. -Master. 7 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting

of <1V' M (It.< Jilt even without asking privateers, and takes as deep an interest in Nv 'T ot". .. ... -. ... .10');-) .10'). '.2695Boston. --- ---. -..- 1 Lot to belong to A K valued IIill. Apalachicola Exchange.

the coaxal[ Lt'I I ih 'ir own Stockeolders, and the war as any enemy to the United States .... . ..... . ... ... .. HI. 1?!. Buff. unimproved, at $50, purporting to THE subscriber informs his friends
(liff'ivr! (inun tin'ir own LcgiDulvibfv I.J:1tl1re. could take. The Providence .. ; ..... . continue to transact a gaeneral FOR- belong to B S Hawley. and the public in general. that he has.ta*,
ffjtiiaai l possibly huge moving .. WILL 1 Lot unimproved, valued at $ purporting to 1_ come the Proprietor of this !
of the ,0
ircrliiu ill' the' steps Phi.\delphia.. .. G COMMISSION BUSINESSand a ove wea
: it<- bog" would seem to be really a grievous . .. & belong to B Inman.
UniiP.I .Si.Ucs Batik! B.tlil1ore. solicits the of his I known house, and will bfe pleased to tnterfafrV
: by friends and the
:
1a,Pi'Mn" \U.inn' annoyance to English piide and her intermeddling .... ... patronage 2 Lots unimproved, valued at $.50, purporting any of the travelling community that

tnIJf""" ;;:i e\t"'aihn: tli'-ir operations to- propensity. She frets and fumes OrherpIrts... .... .. public. Dec 20 -19-4t to belong to G C S Johnson. bim with then 'custom, and will also may layor

\farll: allt: nn t dl l ( ulf.! Ti.e.c. Hard ::[ .it the idea of American power, and unableor Total Coatwise.. ... TOTlIE-SAMUEL BENEZET is my duI 7 Lots improved, valued at $300, purporting to date resident boarders. The bar will always accommo be

nevon DitCt.lt.' tmv bcMSc'ii often wrucHustbeir afraid to attack us openly, resorts to the TOTAL-tUI.ES.....,. ..... .2j27 .2:6.1 N ly authorized Agent during my absence from belong to John Jenkins' estate. supplied with genuine liquors of the choicest
IHV 10 the |J>cjf, with carpet l ha-il'FI cowardly means of secretly advising and awta tanS (the State of Florida. : Lots unimproved, valued at $100, purporting quality. JOHN PATRIDGE.

i: st ilk1 1 wn'a t'iciroicfi; notes. I But; if youeiMocitc1i dnecimg the movements of our enemies. --- == Dec CG R CROCKETT KERR. to belong to Seaborn Jones. Apalachicola, Nov. 14, 1910- _
RECEIPTS 1 I TERIOn.Per _
1 Lot valued to
at $50, purporting
Iilc F1O TIE unimproved
I iliP'H:I witm! >/ t hey are iV.
'.- I'ctthat is hOlUt'w.\rd Evening Mercury. steamer An u cotton and 10 EXCHANGE on Boston, Providence, New belong to Jones & Bass. Marshall House. -

.JIP -iii" / boxes !ob.\co tl' Loekhaa& Young; _8 hales col- : ti more bought, and sight checkson 1 Lot improved, valued at $30, purporting to HAVING taken the above eslabt
\!
I ll.n I 41 l piinciplesihem
i) I.
bowJ: Their n'y tOi und 8 boxes to Thus Preston; IS bdes New York sold byWILLIAM belong to J Kinney's estate.
A miscreant editor" in this city stig- /i& lishment,
(formerly Armisread's Ho"
/their IS far front1jciiv 1 box tobacco D G 5 bales
to
cotton
lead 10 >on.lmg pllper Raney; G. PORTER & CO. 1 Lot to
the m-tizes I the [noble volunteers who are now 3t1 J F Farrioi 1 box tobacco to B S improved, valued at $200, purporting 'F: : 1L tel) I am now having it neatly fitted
-bi-v mi :force it, auJ to return I I CttJ ; Dec 5 Agents Bank of Biuiwuck. to J P
a* belong Lockey. uiIiE that I
so be able
fighting the battles of their country, as "a Hawley. ; up may to make
procr.rJs Iii'' rt'if! a5 quickly as pos iblc to band robbers and murderers." The same Per steamer Peytona-225 hales cotton to A N 1 Lot improved, valued at $50, purporting to .-zt1. all who call comfortable, and flatter

iier! :; wn vault They are so loud of the "miscreant" innuendo McKay; 115 lo Lockhart & Young;: 100 to I) B i rrIE undersigned continue to make advances belong to Doctor, Lang. myself with the,hope,. that those who call nay
"hard," lul ilvygrtall: t liiey can, and halo charges by cowaidly Wood & Co; lOa to Hill, Dawon: & Co; 99 to Colon consigned to their friends in Liver 1 Lot improved, valued at $.50, purporting to be in'duced to continue therparonage. .:The'

tile "siso/"" lMiIy: that tlH')' send ii as far that EanielVettster was drunk: when he Wood V: TCnllo"t: to Harper <5c Holmes; 25 to pool, Have, Boston and New York.D. belong to Abraham Low. Stages all stop with me; and in the absence of
recently maae a speech to the volunteers at \Vm G Porter & Co. B.. WOOD & CO. Lots
I II ul-iload and Scigc can cnrTJflt. : unimproved, valued at $50, purporting either of them, passengers who stop here will
from home as Philulclphh.Vhat a pity it is that the Per t-teamer liobtou-"00 bales cotton to I) B Dec 3 7 Columbus Ro\,'. to belong to P Lathrop. meet with no detention as private

I volunteers who he defames, could not have )Wood &. Co; 211 to A N McKay: 100 to T L Calhoun Court. 1 'tot.; imp.roved3Iu d at $30, purporting to can be had by application to me. The conveyance Eastern
Now gentlemen, a! :a Scorsian protest
the pnvalige o( shooting this miscreant Mitchell.Per Circui belong to C McEhran. Stage arrives on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
in this State let Notion-300 bales cotton to Chas I John F. 0. Thomas, -
a :tn>t tiieT operations ; as a traitor to his country.-[Boston Times. Rose & Co; 194 Maclay & Kimbrough.Per I Bill for Di 9 Lots unimproved, valued at $. O purportingto at 7 o'clock, A. M., and departs on Mon.
>
Hem do as they will in Florida, Alabamaan steamer Lolus-156' bales cotton to Charles .. Marinda vs.Thomas. S vcree. belon- --- (lo__ Wm q ___ _P _Malone..____n__ days, Wednesday and Fridays, at S o'clock, P.

to bliere that our Gold( and Silva is just a DKKPEST SOUNDING YET.-Itis mentionedin Per steamer Champion-100 bales cotton to T lIE complainant has leave to file supplemental belong to Thomas More. the arrival of the Eastern, and reufjjs? _the

shade better than their paper. And our a recent number of the Savannah Republican Nourse, Stone & Co; 56 to Hill, Dawson & Co; bill which was done. It appearing to 1 Lot improved, valued at $50, purporting to same day, at S o'clock, P. M. The Western*
satisfaction of tile Court that the defendant
Banks can furnish us with as many good that Lieut. Bache, of the U. S. sur- 55 to Ls Fred E Dugas; 53 to Dodge &Pratt; 24to the belong to Daniel JMunn. Stage arrives here in time to take the Eastern
of the Western Circuit of Florida
Wm G Porter Co 38 Holmes resides out :
Geo. whose loss ; to Harper ; I 1 Lor unimproved, valued at $50, purporting to line, and departs
on Mondays,
Bauls notes as onr commerce demands, veying brig IVashinglon, at 19 to Lockharl I' Young. is ordered that said defendant be required to appear Wednesdays ana'Saturdays

ami( if we are famished with more than is sea has been so much deplored, succeeded, PerstPimer Augusta-116 bales cotton and 12 and answer the bill of complaint, on the belong to J Nir.nenger. at 8 o'clock, A. M. By this line;
Lot
really needed it leads to unsoundness; and after repeated attempts! in ascertaining! at boxes tobacco; li( bales cotton and 12 boxes tobacco first Monday in March, IS.17, and in the fault 1 impro'ed'alued at $100, purporting to passengers will take the Mail Boat at Chaltahoo- .
to Wm Patrick.
belong chie for
to Thn Preston 4 bales cotton and 4boxes Apalachirola on Mondays and
the of the Gulf blream. ; ; the said bill shall be taken confesso Thursdays.
one : thereof, ,
to point depth pro
when we want specie, they are compelled
tobacco to B S Hawley ; 1 do to D G Haney. 2 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting A. G. MARSHALL, Proprietor:
supply u$ with all that' our wants require. The length of line out was 1200 fathoms, Per steamer CIi.trle.ton-479. bales cotton to and 1hat t this order be published in some news- to belong to George Poe, 3 jri ., If Cjuincy October 27, 1840. novU 43-tf .
this State for months before the
I intl'nJ] to row that Hank; of Charleston up or about tine mile and a third. This is Maclay &Kimbrough; 100) to Chas Rogers & Co; paper in two 2 Lots unimproved, valued at $oO; purporting

Salt River. I intend to ferret out her operations ;probably nearly ihree-fourihsof a mile deeper 91 to Daw-on te Co; 75 to L'ckhar & diy ordered for the said hearing. to Belong to Judge Pope. To Let,

and them before the public. than plummet ever' sounded before. Young; 61 to J Day & Co. GEO.V.. MACRKA-; 1 Lot.J proved, valued] at $30, purporting to THE second floor with two fit .officniii -'
. lay Per steamer Colurnhus-511 bales cotton Ma Judge of Southern Circuit, belong Wm D,Price. : ;;; of Store No :50, Water street: Eziquie'
, This "rin, rant Hanking" wont do, even The soundings of Cap. Scoresby, and all caKimbrough; 12to Harper Holmes'; 10 Presiding in the Western Circuit.A on the premises of .
2 Lots valued at to
. for the Willis. I am too good a Democrat others, so far as we know, fall far short of P &Co; 2 to Noure, Stone & ( true copy-Teste.) belong improved to Isaac, .Robinson.$100, purporting Dee 5 EDWARD McCULLY.

to willk at their creating a vacuum of the this prodigious depth. Generally (adds the Co 104-to order. H. \V. ROWLEY, Clerk C. C. C. C.
valued
Lots to
. 2 improved at $50, purporting
Per steamer hales cotton to D B For
the soundings for the coast II Emily-0 Calhoun Dec. 21. dec26 49-2m Rent,
Republican) ,
"HarJs, and filling it with their Softs. County
Woon.\: Pn? & Holmes. to T belong to F A Ross. THE *
: You are good Whigs, it is true but too survey extend to the'edge of the Gulf Stream, L Mitchel;'101 30 to Hill, -Dawson- & -Co 10; 101 lo Calliouii Circuit Court.IN 3 Lots unimproved; vdlded" at $30, purportingto t, iii the City Property Hotel. Apply on Centre to st. ktlowft_ ii

t honest not to publish the protest 1 of a Simon and the water, as might be expected, always Nourse, Stone & Co. OPEN COURT-DECEMBER TERM, 1810. belong to A Ryan. ,'d. -I, [nov21] D. B. WOOD

Pure." D )lOCIlA'l\ deepens where this trem'c Juus current rolls Per steamer Mary A Moore-97fi( bales colon '. In Chancery. : Lots unimproved, valued at $:0, purporting t CO. -
Adv. and 4 boxes beeswax; 72 bales cotton to Elizabeth to Win Rowlett. For Rent
aloVig.--[Mobile iJc McBryde, ) belong to ,
Per Young.steamer bales to D B vs, > Bill for Divorce. 3 Lots unimproved, valued at $ O- purporting ra THE three fire proof Stores in the Columbus "

: LOSS OF TIII CHARLESTON MAIL.: "I would ask your honor," said a frothy' Wood to Co; 212 Yiota-40& colon; to Hill, William McBryde. ) I to belong to Reegan"; Colquit & Grant. L1, .iii Block, known as Nos.. 7, 8 and

An exta from the office of Wilmington\ pettifogger, in ono of our courts, would Dawson & Co; 98 to Nourse, Stone & Co; 15 to IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court 1 Lot unimproved, valued at $30; purporting to L .9; they will be rented either separately or'

Chronicle B Ellison & Co; 13 to order. I that the '.McBryde, resides belong toRoberson & Everett. together-possession given immediately. Applr'to
dated Friday, Dec. 18th, 12! ask honor, 1 if there are not defcnd3ntViiar
your say presumptions Per steamer AI ""Ha-1 bales cotton and 4 out of the I ordered, that Ihe 2 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting to [nov21] D, B. WOOD & CQ. ,

t o'clock A. :M." conveys the following intelligence of law-presumptions of law, I boxes tobacco to \ ,\Co; 12 bales said: defendant be required appear and answer to belong to Phineas Randall. I -.

of the loss of the whole of the Mails say your honor ?" To be sure there are," cotton to D G Haney; 8 do and boxes tobacco the bill in this case, on the first Monday in April, 1 Lot improved, valued at $30, purporting to For Rent, '
said] the "and in a to Thos Proton; 2 do to J F Farrior; 2 to Wy- dtlault THE Dwelling House'situated orV fhe '
judge, your person presumption IS 17, and in thereof, the same shall betaken belong to George St Clair.
made up 31 Charleston, on Wednesday last. of law stands now before me." lie & McKenzie; 9 to order. bales and pro confess, and it is further ordered that .1 Lot improved, valued at $:0, purporting to ,:::1 ;iii;; corner Cherry and High street The"
Per cotton 29
; steamer 1ytona-472 w.11'
. "The simmer: Gladiator; Capt. Smith hales y. rn and domestics to Hill, Uawon & Co; this notice be published in some newspaper in belong to R J\i Stewart's estate. .. House is new and well finished wilh eood '
kitched
winch left her jcstrrd.iv for Charleston 20) bales cotton to D B Wood & Co; 181 to this State for the space of I three month Lots unimproved d, valued at $100, purporting to spring well, with force pumpwilI be'
EARThLY TIUFus.-Nolhing to rented '
I low
but without proceeding farther than appears \Vood & Ballon: 91 to Ls Fred E Duffd ; "9 loA GEO. \V. MACREA, belong Hamilton Smith* to a good tenant. For.particulars.an-

across the nniu bar. has jiitt any returned with me iriore extravagant than) the folly and N McKay; 22 to Harper Holmes; 3 to Lbck- Judge of St.ut hem Circuit, 1 Lot unimproved, valued at $50, purpbiting" ply to the COLUMBUS* EXCHANGE.
madness of that ,man" who can trifle with hart & Young Dec 12 47-a .
the Presiding in I the Western Circuit.A to belong to George Stewart. ._.'_
sicarmer Vanderbilt in tow. From #
s Capt. Porter considerations on which his eternal ihteiestsdepend. Per steamer Champion-212 bales cotton to (: Tine Copy-Te=te.) 1 Lot unimproved, valued at $30, purporting to J'; Flyiiu,
of the Vatdci but learn Ilolmrs 123 Chas & Co
we lie must soon quit his hold of Harper te ; to Rogers ; II W. Clerk C. C. C. C. belong to J Late; '
the following to D BJWood fc Co; 90 to Lockhart & Young; ROWLEY.. ,S.\ee.te { T. CL./IRK.j.; ....
I The V. particulars. present tilings ; he must soon enter another 72)to Maclay & K5mhrough51; to Ls Fred E Calhoun County, Pep. 21i91 dec20 40-3m) 1 Lot unimproved, valued at $2uO, purporting BOOT AND SHOE MAKER !

camp out df Charleston at her world : the grand question therefore is, Duias; 43 to Dodge & Pratt; 41 to Wm G Porter Cant lo to belong to Walter Thompson. CONTINUES to "
usual a this bus '
s hour Wednesday, about 31. M. does itself like a footing in & Co; 38 to Wood & Ballou; 36 to J Day & Co; S Lots improved, valued at $200$ purporting to ''a ness in carry. on :-
anything j two
present Apalachicola
At 10, off! the a due bill for $123, was given \ I doors be"f..lowtheCity -
Georgetown, wind which 20 to A N McKay. WHEREAS Belong E J Wood's estate. ., ,
T the before him ? Can a floating atom > Hotel
Win. D. on.Centr
abyss 31st March 1S41 street
,
had been blowing for time in heavy Per steamer Notion 433 bales cotton to D B by 2 VMs improved, valued at purporting to
. some adhere to thing like substance ? 1 see Collector for the Port of St. Jo- $0 E Having superior workmen be ,
Price ,
gusts, set into the any Wood & Co; 200 to Chas Rogers & Co; 93 to Ii Deputy belong to Hez R Wood. M
furious
from
.r East a gale one ground of hope on which I can venture. Ellison & Co; 53 to Green fc Connery; 58 toLockhart seph,for public services, and said due bill having 4 Lots valued at to confident that all who may patronize him will find
improved, $200, purporting
accompanied; with some tain. At about Like the dove, therefore, which went to fc Young; 10 to Nourse, Stone & Co; been lost or mislaid, this is to caution any and all CJarnct that they have called at the right shop. French*
Utile steamer wj: $ thrown her beam I to Wood & Ballou. the belong to 'Voodruf. Calf Skin, Morocc", and Patent Leather *
upon receiving negociating XJ'qotJ.or .
I. for her foot till 1 against or
and fro, but found no rest persons
1 Lot
'tnd!. Alter ulnlc she not Per steamer Augusta-59 bales cotton 3 EPIIKAIM ANDREWS. unimproved, $50, purporting to I Shoes made to order, of the latest nd most *
,
righted having ant
same. -
she returned 'to the ark, so after trying Charles Wilson. < approved
boxes tobacco to Lockhart te Young 22 belong to i '
; He
wen will
: : Dec 49-3t style. also keep on hand a'laVgu
essentially damaged. At 2 on Thurs- other means of rest I am reduced from cotton! to D G Raney; 1 box tobacco to ThomasPreston Apalachicola, 26,18,1 2 Lots unimproved, valued at $30, purporting. and selected assortment of Ready Made 'Boots *

beam jmorniiiu; she was again I thrown on her necessity to flee to that only rest and refugeset ; 1 sacks groundpeas to J F Farrior.. Annuals for 11T.. to belong to J D Westcott. Shoes and Brogans. All mending &c. done?

wheel ends, her rudder much crippled, Loth before me in the gopel.Cccil.PASSENGERS. T HE Mother's Present," Moss Rose," "May I S Lots unimproved, valued at $30, purporting with neatness and promptitude, and firms''
houses nearly demolished, the mail EXPORT: Flower,"" Christian Keepsake,"" Hyacinth," to belong to P D Woodruff. on
I that cannot fail to be
'Pertinent _. --- --- ---: NEW YORK-Per bark \Vty oser-353 bales "Christmas Blossoms recognised as.in keeping i
broken md all ihe Mails --- --- Friendship's 1 Lot unimproved, valued at $50, purporting to
I from open cotton, 211 boxes tobacco, 109 logs cedar 6000 'Ofhic1g with the competition in trade and the cl.'s.ned:
of the Passions
the South "Wor Poetry to William
taken in ;it Charleston togc- staves. 12 bxs mdzt belong YVyat. of the times. '
tber with Per steamer Augusta-Judge CS ifcwkins; ," "Gems from American Poems," the 3 Lots valued at .
the ChsrlestonIail, swept into NEW OUfeEANS-Per schr Lucy Ann-200( unimproved $50, purporting. Apalachicola, October :31. 42-Gm .
tbe> ocean. The Messrs Thomas II Ilasner, Jonah IJ Gray A bales colton. 14 bxs tobacco 14 tcs rice. I U Boquet Flowers," Montgomery and Byron's to belong to R W Williams. __

l the steamer main mast was cut away- Lewis, J Griffith W J Pope, C U BecUwith, Per schr Nathan ILale-226 bales cotton, 9 bxs Poems," Poetry of the Heart," Elliott's Poems Lots improued, valued at $1,5 purporting to Salt. .. a _.'-

aDd righted again in a short time, S W) Beckwith J Wahblcinu.l Mount 3 children tobacco,7 pkgs mdze. ," Christian Miniature," the Floral Gif" belong to John D Gray. .1 1 A A SACKS afloat and in storefor.p. sale by
not lady,
t hiuing had her machinery injured, l steamer and ytona-1m Miss BrOwn, Mrs VVingot, Mr Per schr Elizabeth--442 bales cotton, 16 bxs tobacco the "Marriage Ring' ," the Casket of ," ISAAC JACKSON, Sheriff 11UU 1. B. WOOD & CO;. .
"led servant hhds
on her the wind continuing 2 bcoo.l'erschr.Ontwa70. 'Flower Vase."
way \\8nor. "Lovesl Thou Me, and the and ex-officio Tax Collector. Dec 5 7 Columbua Row..

tOIqj' tremendously as it did, until about Per steamer Boston-Mrs Floyd, Miss Young; naburgs 32. bales bales cotton, 2 bales os- comprise a part of the above now offered,for sale December 20, ISlti-( 4- m
clock Hardin, Col Mills Messrs colon yarns J. C. ALLEN. received per brig Manhattan from New
ii 011 Thursday. Judge Carmack, Major ; ST. M AUKS- schr Elisabelh Caroline by. Lime.X JUST
"13y great skill and Capt. Cooke Ballard, A II Bush, 11 U Taylor, J N 200 sacks i-all. Also, a large assortment of School Toy a fine assortment.of_ choice Liquors, Se-

POttEr worked the Sicamei judgmeutt for CummIngs, Sharp, G S King, Samuel Stephens, Books, suitable all the different ages ant chil OUU A A CASKS bet Thomaston, for sale by garS, Tobacco,Soap, Candles,:Starch Dorr wtics.
I along forty -- -- - ------ D. B. WOOD & CO. Also in
mile Hawls, dren. Dec 20 &: store, 30 barrels, choice.Wine and'
bronght her up to the main bar, Per steamer Champion-Miss. Emma and Mary Thomas :Pa-cstoii, Dec 12' Columbus Row. Cider Vinegar, which will be sold,low. _
.thence*he w:is towed the Gladia- Rogers Mr Charles Rogers. COMMISSION MERCHANT AND TOBACCO Holiday Gifts. f ?
I, to town by ; ALT--1UUO' sacks afloat and for sale by EDWARD McCULLY.-
'I tor. The passengers who were on board Per steamer Augusta-Rev J L Gay; Messrs INSPECTOR AND BROKER. VERY beautiful assortment of Card Cases, S D. B. WOOD & CR Dec 5 50 WatcfstreetlBAGS .
p J Robinson A .
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second
,to" the Nelson Hawley, Ged No. 23 Water st.-Office back room.
Cases Cards of Various
the Visiting forms and
ery highest encomiums on Roulhac S Dec 12 Columbus Row.
H Austin John G Java
EIChas : Coffee
V F R .
Dec 20 Apalachicola- 50.do. Rio dd
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aD erbi1t as also of FlemmW C Francis Arnow, S colors, Tablets, Soveniers,Extract of a Thousand 30 ;
1 'c j ; on the management J John Taylor, The Hydraulic Steam Cotton : 40 barrels Northern Flour;
4 JrlJl I11'uuer. the officer and crew, in th.*? S Stone; Master C B Austin.PerstcamerCharleston :Jtl. II. Butt.FORWARDING Flowers, Patchouly, Vanilla, and other rare spe- Press. 4 pipes Madeira Wjne _
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3wfuI 1 -Mrs Chas Roger,child AND COMMISSION cimens of Perfumery, Geld and Silver Pencils, ,
conflilt
with the elements." \V S Nell, John and other articles of de- 7 Columbus Block, is now prepared: to 25 boxes Candles; 10,000.Reg liaSegars..;
Judge> awl tervant; :Messrs Lloyd MERCHANT many fancy Jewelry, NO. '
% Carohj03 Uuiler, U. S. Seneionfrom South Per steamer Columbus-Messrs Irwin. YViHiams Fa. sigj.:ed expressly for presents. For sale by Cotton for Storage at reasonable rates, For sale by B. S. HAWLEY :
Dec
. wac a passenger on board the VanEvening and Henry Foster. 2g Aplaachicola Dec 2( J. C. ALLEN. and will be ready to compress for vessels by Tues Bee 5_ 28 Water street.'
de r alt.-{CII.tlTrstfJTt[ Acirs.Dudley Per aleamer Emily-S Cass lady and 2 children Sta.'r Ac CO., ( day next. J. S. HUTCHINSON, Agent. "

; J Pay and lady: Messrs GV Ross, N J AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Dr. Townsciul's Sarsnparillu. Apalachicola, Dec. 12, 1816. 47-tf flay. -''
el. r. MiUikin T Finnee. J J Bylandi. AND GENERAL AGENTS : BUNDLES, for,sale by Jjl,
Deblois, invaluable and justly celebrated com- 60 : "
Garden Seeds Growth of 1846.
ltGULM\\ J M Blud- THIS ,
Messrs B. g.
Moore
Pickman.whoeal. A .
Mary EUFAULA, ALA.REFERENCES HAWLEY/
died Per rtpamrr has just been received and for sale by .'
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1.about- month ago was one of the worth, 11 L Jordan, Geo W Read, Applmg- Fort : Dec 20 J. C. ALLEN Druggist. A assortment Garden Seeds, just receivedand Dec r> Water'atreef..
( __ _t1 for sale by
OlSalein J ,tand Mass.most The distinguisheil merchants and Per Bankg.J feamer Augusta-Messrs John Milhgan., JOSZAH MUST, DEAN BLACKWELL& WYI.ES& Co., "j I .Builrting Lots for Sale or to Rent. Dec 12 H. F. ABELL. Baggl i Jd'Iiope. : J.
value of his estate Wm Wale
I S tfunn, New York. PCS Bagging 30 coifs for
estimated Jit Robert'Farley.Vm P T Schh'y, lady and Ln. SEAMAN Co. > Lots well situated in different parts Oil Cloths and Carpets. 70' ; Rope saJe. bj
61.200,000, which was tliI *- Per F.eamerriolaC) pt & j SEVERAL LOC IIART &:YOUNG
tributd by his will as sum son Messrs Jackson and sort Wm T Wood,.EMpr'E.rmer JOHN NORTON, jr. J ciy. Apply toNOURSE PCS Oil Cloth 1 and 2 yards wide; ; Nov.. 14 Water '' .
of fu1toVs'r.lle. ; 18 53 street,'
JOHN FRASER & Co., STONE & CO. ', .. .
I Chart stol Ingrain Carpeting;
OOoo.was pcs super
fcach "
i 611 Chlldrc"given in trust to of l'eytonfl-Maj E Chitty Capt C. C. LATHUOP & Co Orleans, Dec 12 40 Water street. : u Cotton U A NNUALS for 1847; Poems; Toy Books kc.

keen which he hoped would Mt'fsrs Phillrat, Wmat5on.Vtr WARREN CROMWELL, > .tL for sale ..
them B Applin; Miss Columbus Ga. 2 Stair c by f"
For Sale. '
t of out (If| the poor house ; !o each Champion-lrs Reynolds, A. K. AVER. Nov 21 .
hit. stpai1ler 5 CASKS For sale byV.I..G.. PORTER&CO. :.J, C. 4Su.EN.. '
s tb 7fanit8 tlefllhe sum of S15; to the Uawes.l\1r 3arrettl'er Grouson'' E. J.. HARDINApalachicola.. 30 superior Bacon Sides; Dec 5 street.T -
nsta-trl Elizabeth i *
steamer Au "Shoulder; A.rClarati d -nce: oH Hoarhound
llC
I .hicb h C had Was a member the Pcw and son Miss Emily \Vootpn, Miss Ellen '\100- For Hire, 00 bbls Whiskey; 100 do. Flour ; INSEED OIL amt TURPENTINE, just re, P Candy-a fresh supply! J j just received and for

it alld tb :':; occupied for half a century ; ten; Capl B Ellison, Capl N lIoy1n.G Dr A Crane U; NEGRO WOMAN.. Apply at this office. _. NOURSE_ ,, STONE & CO. I ceived and for ale by .- .al by IL F. .\JIEL .'.

SQo3ooo1)( Cccjf? llls. property, only! about Mt'fsrs J \V Woolen, E f Davip U Guyon, A. DecO : Dec 2-3 *h '4'3' Water street.b. Nuv 21 H.: F. ABELL, Druggist..' Nov 21 _. Dni!?>5r.thrp ?
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4 .\ :11j i' .'following I extract from an C GLOBE -- THE stock of Dry Goods, consisting in TVTOTICE.-Six months after date, I will; apply Pfuber" .

**.Ij. ) .: ND- :REPUBLICATION OF"The part' of o. .IN .to the ,IIon. Probate Court of .Franklin
'
bd4Dt $; *ralethciory' \\)10 had determined Negro Kerseys and Linseys, County, for a final discharge from thadrnacII.trati :, friends and tb

: : \ for some more agrceatojlcnvcMiSHiJpod rPJPl LBIDg London, (Quarterly' Review* White and R Flannels) n ofjho estate of John C. Perkins, late,.ofsaid [ .patroMge,and '
..,' ----- The Edinburgh Review, I u, now r bl t
Plain and Fancy Jeans, county, deceased. .
J.b1if..tK..tt yjcattQ. u": Wc'erc. inclined! to sny: CNJnm3: at its last session: : through; the Joint The Foreign Quarterly Review, Double twilled Tweeds, .JAS. M. SHACKELFORD, Adm'r. i ly, WhIC I cei'ing.a a

0ttielhiu.'lir i of)i carrolarryg'owl but it is Library Committee: of the two Houses, having The Westminster Review ., ;
ray authorized a br e subscription for the CONGRESSIONAL : ,. Super fancy Casamerca, Apalachicola, Nov. 2iyl84C. 4 l-Gm En artmnt un
;; eftSugh: as il'ls: ; without note or GLOBE A.VD APPENDIX; and the ANDBiACIIWOOD'S Super English and French Cloths, OTlC&Atl persons having' claims against aj l9h.treh. 'Ce 7".

make! resolution dircctcd'thc mode EDINBURGHMAGAZINE. Whitney Blankets, 10, 11 and l2qrs. Joseph }Foster late of Franklin county, deceased. ; ,
Senate ,
comment.!, Will some of our patrons by : having and 10 : a \ s ware, &e irun: i
Duffil Blankets S 9 J )
I qrs. :
.. of preparing the re;>:>its of its proceedings} and are requested to present! ,the same duly to Physicians, Country .
Cottonadcs
and ,
?application authorized the Secretary of the Senate- contract The bovc Periodicals are reprinted in New- Denims, Kremlins authenticated, within"the time prescribed law, the most liberal Kmu-all cf !
*a* Of all 'trades, professions' or callings, J with the undersized, stipulating thai the reports i York immediately on their arrival by the British Brown Shirting and Sheeting. or this notice will"be plead,in .bar their!. 'reco- pure and unadulterated. ( 'ae.Apalachicob o,

know of none.:-I have followed a great many : when written out shall he subject .to the steamers, in. a beautiful clear: type, on line white Cotton Osnaburgs and!:, very, and all persons indebted to"said estate, are ,H. ,

-so poorly' paidas publishers of news- revision of the speakers, the CONGRESSIONAL: paper, and are faithful-copies of the originalsBLACSWOOD'S Cotton LSnen and Drilling Cotton Checks Ticking, requested to. make immediate payment. Wholesale and F.cABt.
otherwise GLOBE AND APPENDIX i is now offered to the pub WILLIAM FOSTER, AdmV.
of
: MAGAZINE exact lac-
papers. Many patrons newspapers being an and Sheeting, 4
worthy, punctual men, think it not lic, not only as an authentic, but as.an olGcial report simile:of the Edinburgh edition. "Bleached Irish>Linen Cotton, Shirting Shirtingand Sheeting, Apalachicola Nov. 21, 1S4&: 4.J2mAdniinisu'ator's Nov. 21, 1916. \ae Ht:

:'unrighteous to let the publisher it year of the proceeding of Congress, made tinder 'the \wide-spread;; fame of t these splendid Periodicals !- Fren -and American Prrhts, Notice
: English, Drugs and
the eye, and'published by authority of the body. rend ri it needless to much in their I months after the publication of this notice-,
after year for his dues-and at last, if he is : say; Extra super, plain and twilled Ginghams, SIX 1edlclneTHE
bad The undersigned originated the mode of jour- praise. As literary organs, they stand lar in advance d'Ecosse shall apply to the Court of Probates of '
he dues it with Cashmere ,
compelled to a very SJnper
pay ni lizing; the ;proceedings of Congress, which, of anyworks of a similar stamp now published Extra Muslin de Lame, j Franklin County, Florida: for letters of dismission conslant1hae.onhand',a
&-race. thus adopted, i is to be perfected with t th e aid and while the political complexion of each is super and American do. from the estate of David C. Kolb, deceased, g assotmfnt DRUGS

1\r. Type must have his money, must under the supervision ot COn 'Tes3. Their publication marked by a dignity, candor and forbearance not English Italian, Scotch black and figured Silks, as Administrator, and all persons interested in CINE which be will. I
he 7Vel! if he must he must. Jive mea was the first and only one that each Super be best
gave often found in works of a party character. Black Silk Cravats and fancy: Hkfe, said estate are hereby notified to file exceptions, quality, r.-
Mer f an't9
receipt: and, do you hear slop the paper successive step in every measure in both branches They embrace the views of the three great and Pongee Silk Hkfs, if any they have, In the manner and form required their and Planters
I have patronized that establishment) of Congress; a brief of all the debates; every parties in England-WhigTory-, and Radical. English Super English and American Cotton Hkfs, 'Goodsbefore to a'dvantagelo tall, exanuce: u.i"
important \'otean; an Appendix, including at Blackwood '' and the London bylaw.JOHN : pur'ch'asing els< here.r"
Six years-there is no such thing as grati- Quarterly are Madras and Verona head Hkfs, GILL SHORTER, Adm'r.August N. B. '
full length all the revised speeches delivered Tory 'the Edinburgh Review," Whig and the 11 31-Cm Physician's s prescriptions'CM( I
tude iu the world. ; ; Ladres' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose, 184G. and Pt '
during the session. Westminster," Radical. The Foreign Quayerly care accuracy at any hour of|th* *1
Another will tell you he ncvsr' subscribedfor The work, as it is now to be conducted by t is purely literary, being devoted principally Super Riarseilles Thread and Worsted Vestings-, NOTICE,-Six months alter publica ion of '0 ',, f'. A dr:*il

the paper. them, will be found a most perfect politi al his to criticisms: on foreign Continental' Works. Cotton and Flax application will lJ made to thelon. March 21 _Cora Centre and
"The boy has left it every morning, it is to ty. The Senators from the States and the Representatives The prices of the RE-PRINTS are less than Plain and fig'd Swiss and checked Muslins, Judge of Probates for Jackson county, for T tcin

true, and as it was left, I did read it occa from every section of the Union one-third of the foreign copies, and while theyare Jaconet and Cambric Muslins, settlement of the administration of the

sionally-but I never ordered it.:' I.bring with them: into Congress a knowledge of equally well got up, they afford nil I he advantage Needles, Pins, Tape selected, &c. .&c.with. in estate of William Bryan, deceased, late t-f t said a

There is another class of patrons, who the feelings, sentiments; and interests of their to the American over.the English reader. Which have been great care county. ELIJAH BRYAN, '
several constituencies. Public! opinion and the New York and Boston,from Importersand Agentsof June 30, IS 16; 25-Gm Administrator. : A
subscribe all hut t'e.llfriends
;ire (tJ' !
never : TERMS. Manufactured' at the lowest market rates, andre I
public: information, a; it exists among those they {'- _. __ __ __
of the and fl'Ut
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papert$ waysr a now &ffe oed at wholesale ortetailonfavtSrabfcterms I
: are embodied by them ; and in the PAYMENT: TO BE MADE IN: ADVANCE. ,
read it-lJ)-in (act, this i is the class; who by WM. G. PO&TER & Co. State Tax Collector's Sale.
crucible of Congress the wisdom of oar times i is For any oneof the fourReviews,$3,00 per annum.
.may be termed "your constant readers." brought to its let- and is there concentrated in For any two, do. SQJ; Dec. 5, 1810. 41 Water street. NOTICE is hereby given, that six months af- D

*. Here, Sam :go; over the way; with "my directing the political movements of the whole I For any three, do. 7,00( & ONN RY., No. 36, Water street I will expose to sale at public outcry -

'compliments to Mr. Toupkin: : atnl ask him country. The impulses thus given through Congress For all four of the Reviews, S,00 *C GREEN just received and offer for sale opposite the Court House door in the city of FOR the cure Dispcpsia cr Ii.digetion.i

for the loan of his p..pcr-au.I!, Sam, tell from every q-urter react upon the nation as For Blackwood's Magazine, 3,00 rt 123: ; sacks Green Rio Cofleee, (new crop;) Apalchicol the following property, to Wlt- and nervous headache, Constite >

him, as he never reads it before breakfast, a whole, and all its comp ncn't parts are" made: to For Blackwood and the four Reviews lOU( : barrels Northern and Western Flour; No. and 12, bloc El, in the city of Diarrahcea, Gout Rheumatism, Grattlt 't f

{'II thank him to let John brin.! it over here move in co- )peratilln. The press cannot be more 10,00 200 Old Rectified Whiskey ; Apalachicola, properly belonging to Calhoun &, l lenry. &c For sale wholesale end retailor

every mrning-it: is a-i excellent paper usefully employed! than in condensing and\ again CLUBBING. 100 boxes while, pale and brown Soap; Bass.Lot nee 12 J. C: ALLEN, D'al'l'alt's
No. 1 block J in the of
that,Editor really knows what; he is about- spreading; abroad the intelligence of f our free Four copies of any or all of the above workswill 6{ hhds N. 0. Sugar: ; 5 do l\f\1 covado do; belonging, to, II. A.ciy .Apalachicola, !
country, tending to such happy results through be sent to one address on payment of,the regular 20 casks Bacon Sides and Shoulders; property I COlnpOllt
begin to think patrimizinf ; him myself. our almost miraculously adjusted State and National for three-the fourth 5 ,' Hams Lots. Nos. G and 7, block C2, in the city ofApalachicola I ;Extrt
subscription
: copy ;
There yet remains te be mentioned one institutions. property belonging 'to Jacob iLrvey. Stands
Clarified unrivalled
being gratis. I. 20 barrels Sugar;; q
more class of Iatruns-"supportcrs"; ) I Having: i identified ourselves with the plan of rr( ;.Remittances and communications must be 10 boxes Loaf do ; fcacH it perror,
should say ; for they arc :hl support and( advancing the usefulness of Congress by publishing made in all cases without expense to the publish- 50 Sperm Candles; To be sold for taxes of IS 13, and the charges 1 a d:'*v no *
This class is i full and impartial reports, and having a large that t have accrued thereon. merit or rcstriclioa': Z
stay publishers. composed: ers.-The former may always be done through a 20 barrels N E Rum; ,
t>T those who s-tY-: mass of the CONGRESSIONAL: GLOBE AND APPENDIX Post-master by handing: him the amount to be 10 White's Baltimore ; JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff is Dces'lrJ. It wi

.Here, Mr. Clerk! -he so good as to issued during the last twelve years remitted, taking his receipt and forwarding the 10 Domestic Branidv; and ex-Officio State Tax Collector. found mvaluable.banja!

place my name on your subscription: list- which would be impaired: in value to us and utility receipt by \n3\l: \ Post-paid ; or the money may 10 *, N 0 Molasses ;" Apalachicola, Sept. 22, 181a. 37-Gm pared with the pf

and write opposite to it, PAID is AOVSCIIn :." i to the public if the work were discontinued, be enclosed; in a letter, Post-Paid, directed to 50 boxes English Dairy Cheese ; possible care, 'open
we have a double motive to prompt us to extendit I. the publishers.N. 50 pieces Kentucky Bagging ; State and County Tax CollectorsSale. tte principles, fa.I
lookingovcr a list of some thousands: i seri s.Ve are resolved, i if I t that
through a new B.-The Postage on all these Periodicalsis 30 coils u Rope ; upon : mjportantWl
yesterday, I saw a bundled or two of this possible; to give it permanence; and to hand it t t i reduced by the late Post-Office law, In about 10 bales Alicant Mats; BY virtue of the power vested in me by law, 4 ., '# first establihedbt

class. If I had any golden types, their names down to suc essors rs a standard work, worthy of: one third fanner rates, making a very important 80 bxsand hlf.bxs (new crop) Mal. Raisins; months alter dale I shall expose for sale S ebratid Dr. Fordyt thf

should literally appear in tellers of gold.-. being; maintained and improved. We shall enter :. saving in the expense to mail subscribers. 10 '* Lemons; before the Court Houe, in the cily of Apalachicola _? ._ that ;Combination of t I Inar

There are now from licclce {fifteen thousand upon our new undertaking! without being distracted %, *" In all the principal cities and towns 7;) Manufactured Tobacco: ; Franklin County, the following described remedies would produce a more t

dollars due this office ; and lam convinced or burdened by any associate labors of thovghout the United States to which there is a 23; cases assorted Pickles; property, belonging to the Apalachicola Land speedy, and considerable effect, than anem* ,

the new proprietors would willingly the press ; and, thus unencumbered, shall'hope direct Rail-Road or Water communication from :30( barrels Mackerel, Nos 2 and 3 ; Company, or so much thereof as will pay the l lent dose of any single one.' In many curife}
to make the new series a step in advance of the State and County Taxes due thereon for the disease is entirely prevented by its I
sell all the debts for five thousand; It is the city of oN.cw-YfrJ.tlw.fle periodicals will be 20 half bbls do do ; year
former in all points cf execution. With view cation. Fcr sale by 'illDee
IS 1C :
delivered FREE OF POSTAGE. j 20 boxes assorted Syrups
thus with all np.wspapcri-ancJ why ? Because ;
to accomplish this, we shall be (one or the other)) Wharf Lots Nos 7, S, each. 12 J. C. Drqga.
publishers are :goo.l: nut: n red, and in i attendance LEONARD, SCOTT, & Co., Publishers, 20 J chests and boxes Gunpowder :and Hy Q-lO fee 'LLE. '
on Congress. Lots 6 and 7 in
June 13. Fulton St. New-York. -
21-Om 112 son Teas Bock Balsam of
; tivertvort
submit to their own degradation in the. scale The reports will not be affected by our partybias. ) Lots 2 3 5 in ,
10 J chests and boxes Powchon Teas 4, 8, t 9, Block IS. REMEDY most
perfect is
-tradesmen.. Let this state of things be We believe member of Congress will Notice. ; A said towtiU
every 2 half pipes Old Cognac Lots 4,7,8, 13,1-1,15,10, 17,IS,in Block E2. discovered in settled
Brandy
amended" reform it ithJ ether." Adhere bear witness that our reports are full and fair. BY virtue of a decree rendered at the Spring 10 baskets ''Heidsieck" ; Lots G, 7,13,14, in Block F2. :: Complaint, of their Consnmption, b
or
the The Congressional' Globe is made of the IS 16, of Franklin Circuit Court, in Champagne ; Lot any incipient :
strictly to terms of your papers; -for, up :50:;! kegs Nails, assorted sizes 3 in Block D2. on the Chrono-Thermal Ilp
; system by
take the word of an experience.) : man; you daily proceedings: of the two Houses of Congress the case of John Payne vs. Benjamin Ellison. 25 bbls Pilot and Navy Bread Lots 4, 7,8, in Block 1. Doctor TAYLOR'S celebrated
and printed on superfine double royal paper Administrator, &c. of David D. Churchill, andGuardian ; cGenuine cdii ,
had better keep your ink an.! than 3 tierces Rice Lots 2, 3,4,6,7,8,0. in .1. BALSAM C
;paper with small brevier and! nonpareil,) in ad'/ititm, of the infant heirs of said new ; Bock OF LILEItWORTWLI.LI i .
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type
Lots 4, 5, G, 7,8 in Block .
furnish them and "labor! ; ; 20 kegs and B nek wheat
'oar J'ir uniting. quarters new arcs at37.-PC'.7ERir
) ; r 'Jhffpliu
quarto form, each number containing sixteen Churchill, will be sold on the first Monday in Lots 1 to in 19. : : ; :

You may get popularity( but you will get royal quarto page*. The speeches of tho members November next, at public auction in front of the Apalachicola 200 bushels Norther Dec. 5 Oat IS?10.. Lots 1, 2,1, 6, 7 Bock, i iO, in Block 21.! I I now -accused by several eminent., pi.ln 1

no pork and cabbage for your dinner. in this first form, are condcnsed-the full I Exchange: in the city of Apalachicola the tnl- ---.- Lots 4,5, C -, < n <. t and has been for a Ion? tiir.e, tl.estcrerrffcj!
JM'k'ti,
report of the prepar'd speoche* being reserved I lowing real property, to wit : three eighths ((3-b) I IRANCIS KOPMAN has for sale: I S ,, JvIU unparalleled success which has attended
NOBS OF Til 12 I'll ESS.:: I f for the Appendix. All resolution, motions anther I part of Lot Nos. six and thirteen ((0 and 13)) in _U English and American Prints; L-.t; 4, 5, 6, 7, in Block 43.. Talcr's medicine in performing its I

The difference between a Nub and a o proceedings: are given in the form of the Block B, front range, in the plot of 0>v.i; ciiy, I Bombazine: and! Silk Alpaca! ; ; Lots Lots 3.4,5,6 to 10, in, 7 Block, 8, in 54.Clock IG, cures, which in many, roy many wr. ,

Journals, wi h the yeas and nays on every important with the buildings thereon! : ; also, all the right;, Drad Etc been almost incredible, but tl.e ctrdusifethe ;
Snob is that of and and colored Cambrics pwi
as as vegetable Lots 1
great ; 1,2, 3: 6, 7, S, 9, 10, in Block 32.
Doctor
question.The title; and interest of the late David D. Chnrchill Bleached t can bring forward] are
and
Brown Domestics
an animal. Indeed no two things! in nature ; Lots 2 to in Block 31. rcisti.a
Appendix is made up of the President'sAnnual in and to three sixteenths of the wharf 1 we advise ail who hate
can be more unlike ; a' parsnip: ,11.1! a pincushion Message the ((3-lG Negro Kerseys and Blankets; Lots G, 7, 0, 10, in Block 1SS. may ( fr !
of the ldeven
reports principalofficers I in front of said city Apalachicola, generally Bed Ticks and Linsey (> to use this perfect specific w.kt
Woolseys Lots
debt and credit cold hlau and ; to 19, in Block Jl.
; of the Government that it, and: known : iltlay. 'Franklin small
accompany as LbngVharf, together with all theimprovements Apron Checks and Flannels says a leik wiulib
cold sleet, a canvass b ul duck and an old all speeches of members of Congress, writtenout appendant appurtenants t thereto Linen and Cambric Handkerchiefs; Lot 1 to 20, in Block Ll I bi ship." Therefore, cure jr.ur cccgb.lefc|

gander-none of these nnlikes is more un- or revised by themselves. It is printed in Terms cash. Hosiery of description ; Lot 1,5,7, 8, & in !J. your lungs are past cure. For sale by ,

like than a Snob and a Nob. the same form as the Congressional Globe, and CARAWAY SMITH: Straw Bonnets every and Woolen Hoods; and ex-Officio JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff J. C. ALLEN, Sole Agent fa
; Tax Collector Franklin Co.
The Nob of the Press, unlike! the Snob usually makes about the same number of pages Mvter in.Chancery. Kid Slippers and Walking Shoes ; Apalachicola, Nov. 21,1S1G. 44-Gm A'alachicth

never wears borrowed feather* ; if he can: during; a session. Apahchicola, Sept. 15, 1810. 30-1m Colored and Black Gaiter Boots ; CAUTION-The genuine Doctor Tmsn
h not wear fine clothes of his own IIR never During the first month or six weeks of a,session ;- (%&:: The above sale i is postponed until the second Cdlf and Kip Brogans; State of Florida. BALSAM ov LIVERWORT, has en the bdiii

a hesitates to appearin plain ClIIC The Nob,' I there is rarely more business done than will Monday in December next. Calf; Seal Skin, Kip and Water Proof Boots; FRANKLIN COUNTY. splendid steel plate engraving, t tf> preventcwterfeits
make two numbers a week! -one of the Congressional Nov. 7, IS 1C. Fine Silk t signed by Gurdon J. Leeds',
S and Fur Hats To each and eijsn
is kind those whom ; person or interested any
: always to heemploys, every persons
Globe and one of the but during vile
Appendix ; A fine dangerous imitations, and the
assortment of Ready Made herein f-obfc
and does not think himself privilege'! to take i the remainder of session there i is Clothing, j
; a : usually PRINTS ONLY. And cautioned not to or deal icit aii
purchase ,
a large variety of Fancy Goods. is .
the credit of their labors to himself, because sufficient matter for two or thee numbers of eicl I: NOTICE hereby given, that the under-, protected hy the U. S. Copy Laws.
NEW FALL STYLES Apalachicola, Dec. 5, IS 16. who the interest in' Right
I represents the
he pays them fur it and receives the benefit every week. The next session will be unusually March 21. 1840. 12-lyr
At the extensive Establishment estate of Samuel Simpson, deceased, late cf this
of interesting ; therefore,we calculate; that the Congressional of A CARD. -

** it.The Nob does not preach: one doctrine Globe and Appendix together will make LEE &= BRKWSTER N SEYMOUR takes this method of informing all county deviations, most positively from, and violations protests against of any and I Tarrant's Effervescent Ser
: near 13'J'j; largo quarto pages, printed in small] ti3! citizens of Apalachicola and lis the original Aperient. .
in and
public practice another in private 44 CEDAR STREET N. YORK understanding and conditions
; of the contracts
type-brevier and nonpareil. We furnish com vicinity that he has removed down on the cornerof TTEALTH RENEWED, and anA intifef
he never calls names: nor sneers:; at an enemy Where arc concentrated nearly all the NEW made and entered into generally, between J.
plete Indexes to both at the end! of a session. Water and Centre streets, and feeling thankful thE : and healthful condition of
whom he does not attack. We have on hand the Congressional Globs and I STYLES of PRINTED CALICOS which have i for the patronage heretofore extended to him, Apalachicola Land Company and purchasers of F by. use of LoY'Jt
There is one thing which time X
as he would a falsehood.-lie never gives an making together fifteen large royal quarto volumes : fall I irade, and are offered for sale fur CASH OR yon a very neat and select Stock GOODS, consisting And Commerce street,' in the city Apalachicola : This APEHFKT.universally allowed tfli.

opinion on a subject of which he is profoundly which we will sell, unbound, for $IJ ; or APPROVED CREDIT at in part as follows: deviation most especial), does,he protest against any; the most popular remedy] of the resentdayk

ignorant, because he knows that bound, with Russia backs and corners, for $:))1):;. Prices Greatly Reduced Cloths and Cassimcres, various sf>les. conditions frm of violation of the contract and I the prevention and cure of Imhges-tiuijJMi t

the wisest man the world ever saw would appear Those who want the back volumes should apply Within the last few days. Fancy Prints, do. do. fronting Water purchase of Lot two, in Block F and Liver Complaints, Nt-rvois Weakr.essB

like an ass, if he attempted to talk for them immediately, as they are in demand. OC/ Purchasers are guaranteed the prices-and Alapaca Lustre ; do. Figured. brick building on No.street 3G and on which ; ache, Hearttur habitual Ccstiieces*;&&
Congress; subscribed for 311 complete sets during allowances made for a given period. Silks, Grode Rync. belonging to said Estabt Traveller.- and residents in warm clhr.al _
a subject of which he knows I here
upon nothing ; the two last sessions. The proceedings of Con:: CO- Catalogues (renewed and corrected daily)) do.Iontella.. being alleged and charged, that in the find if a desirable article ; it an*
this the Nob does: -not from prudential motive gress for the last: nine years cannot be procured regulating the prices-are placed in the hands do. Satin Striped. fulfillment of the conditions of purchase of said I mulation of bile, is portable, prUt'It amy metbcfc

but because he abhors deceitfulnesa from any other source-Gales &, Seaton having of buyers, and sent with goods:: ordered. Fancy Cashmere Robes. Lot two, we were to build a particular descrip. preparation is unusually convenierf.

and false appearances; he never slanders an stopped printing their Register of Debates: i in New Y rk, August, IS 10. do. Marino do. ton of brick buidmg-ha..ing upon each sid have frequent occasion for gentle and Ci

enemy, and when he unintentionally accuses !II [ iM I ,| ,f do. Delaine do. party walls, on adjoining said I purgatives; I hey take this aprrientinp t!*

., : an opponent wrongly, confesses the 1S37.We will endeavor to print a sufficient number Auction and: Commission Business Muslins, India Book. lot i two of like, should form be built and erected a brick build- ferenceto anv wj. Sold w holt sjje and retail p?

L wrong the moment he is told of it. Hut the of surplus copies to supply all that may be miscarried ; in Eufaula, Alabama. d IC). Swiss, Luce and Colored. ing lot arid dimensions' as our building; Nov 5, J. C. ALLEN. Druggist &c

Snob never does, for, as he ha:; no charity or lost in the mails; but subscribersshould ALL persons who consign goods to our House Edgings; Lisle Cap and Thread. on ted, should two, and that said building so to be erec
k for the mistakes of other he be very particular to file their pipers care be sold at Auction or Private Sale, will Shawls, Damask Silk. pay to us the cot an expense of one D.olgs Medicines, &c.
people
hopesfor fully, for fear lint we should not be able to please be explicit in their instructions given, tn: do. Mati no. half of the said party wall,by us so built and erec A fresh supply C DrgJ
fur his supply
none own. ted. And therefore, the said cines, &c. consisting in
.- all the lost numbers. prevent any misunderstanding in making sales. do. Plaid Wool. undersigned will part
r The newspaperNub works harder anti receives TERMS. Our commissions are ;5 cents on all sales and no Kid, Lace and Silk Gloves. claim from the Apalachicola Land Company, as ing i articles :-50 doz Caster Oil, qte, pf?,ttW d

I less pay than any other man who labors I- For' one copy of the Congressional Globe. .l 00 charge for storage, and we will feel thankful fora : Tuskan Gipsey Bonnets, latest fashion. well a from each and every person or persons, pts; 5 bxs Houck's Panacea' ; 1 bxs OliTiCi10 ,
for the good of the public. His whole share of this Ribbons in who have, or may: occupy and use said Lot three kegs Epsom Salts f 10 bbls ;J10&
all .
winter from varieties.
patronage; the
1 For one copy of the Appendix .. . .:'l oo) :: Merchants in Block E Gum COr.em fc
life is a succession of toil and self-denial.- For six copies of either, or part of both. '* 00) of Apalachicola, and will remain their Brown Shirting, 7-8, 4-4 and 3-,!. due fronting on Water street, the payments London Opium; 20 lbsSuptiate! i 20. &
said Mustard
to Estate
He writes his into and very obenient servants. STARR & CO Bleached do. for amounts expended ; Herbs of al kin 2
(party power, gains a The be remitted 7-8,3-4,4--1, 10-4, 11-1.
reputation for some Snob of a lawyer, who.as lisk.i The money safest: may and best way to remit by mail is, to at pay our -September-- _15_, 1810--------tf-- Eiifaula, Ala. Blankets and, 6-4 and 8-4. i interest in building on said one amount.half of said party wall, and the Nutmeg Pearlash 15 bxs Starch; 2 gross; 20 Seiiiletz! Sr 1

soon as he receives his appointment a the amount to tho Postmaster where you reside,. j J. Stevenson fc:; Co. Ingrain Carpet Bags.Cotton Carpeting. .nd furthermore, the undersigned protests Powders; 20 Ibs Eglsh Calomel ; 20 doz !
Senator Washington or i is boasted into a and take from him a receipt, according to the the erection of Steam Turpentine, and cf
a assorlrctnt
Engine Cotton
J45 Water and JVb. 2 Chestnut sis. Hats and Caps, all styles. or a,
President's or Governor's chair, forgets the following form : Are Boots l and Shoes. Press, or other buildidg erected, or about to be des in the Drug line, for Country lerU
hand that helped him into office, and bestows cc POST OFFICE, -,181 now opening their Fall stock of Staple erected on said Block E-if the said Planters and Physicians. For

all the official gifts iu his power upon Received from A B dollars cents' offer Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c., which they' Also Clothing, a neat of little all kinds. Cotton Press, or other building, shall be Engine deemed, March 1 H.alt'1 Fo A.,,.
Snobs like himself. for the Globe, from which I have deducted one for sale low forcash, or city acceptance. assortment of Jewelry and I to be more hazardous than _
cent., and charged myself in Apalachicola, Oct 21, 181 16. many other articles too numerous to mention. was by said original Blank Books and
per account
my .. understanding and StaloncrJ
They these better I in Call and examine conditions contract intended,
things --- -- for
manage
yourselves. Journals ,
with the General Post Office, with the balance.' and shall! in LEDE Day .e
France: there the Nobs of the Press seize The Postmaster of Washington city will ? Removed by Fire. N. SEYMOUR.. rates of insurance any way, cause an increase of the Foolscap and Letter raper,

npon the best offices of the nation as a matter L. that balance to Blair Sf Rives, or to their ordiron Pall rp JL subscriber has taken the store corner of Apalachicola, Nov. 14, 1816.Coffee. -_ longing to said estate upon said brick building, be Cotton Memorandum Books ;

of right, but here they modestly step the back of this receipt. Che nut and Commerce streets, where hewill t or impair its value or shall in any way lessen Ship and River Bills* Lading ;
be or for
aside and allow the cc happy to! see his friends and the public advantages rent. Books for Letter Press.
consuls 'Postmaster.
colllectors
A A/l SACKS Rio THOS.
Coffeee,just received and ORMAN, Adm'r de boris
generally. 1 will receive by the non,
Floridian t Bills
chjirges, and ambassadors to' be selected The rules of the .General Post. Office Department now due at this port, an assortment ship of \\J i .\ for sale by Of the estate of Samuel Simpson dec'd. Bank of Exchange and ChecU,.
I, and for sale
from the small lawyers of country villages. authorize such receipts to be given, and( Medicines! Chemicals, Paints Oils, and Drugs Patent Dec 5 _J. DAY & CO. Apalachicola, Nov. 27, 18-6. 45-51 March t by H. }'. B :
The Nobs paid here, when the amount does not exceed > E
of the Press rule the country, $10.' Medicines. J. C. ALLEN .'
flay.I
they direct their i When it exceeds $10, it is best to remit as muchas Oct. 21 tI Tob ace o. AND OILS SO NoW
public opinion, through; DriigisL i ) BALES, for sale by HALF boxes Manufactured PAINTS kegs
possible in bank notes, and the Postmaster's 1' 27 "WLRoane"Brand. 3Wtr\\
agency they keep up the national character for the balance. The Postmaster's Dissolution of .'U D. B. WOOD& CO. 20 Jls"Vinter Lamp Oil;
; they inform the rest of our internal policy I- receipt receipt Copartnership. Dec 5 7 Columbus Row.NowiII's 41 boxes Manufactured ,! Linseed ; Glass ; 51)0)
should be sent directed to and ) hal W Brand.
us, not to THE Copartnership heretofore existing under Prce" ty; 100 assorted Paint L'Spanish
candidates Brhesnat
for office 39
; depend them "
upon the Postmaster! of this city, as name and of "
some persons a rein style WOOD & CO., I is Honey Liverwort, Brown, Yellow Ochre, Green Pat,
(support; no party can exist without their the habit of doing. The money should 1 be dissolved by limitation. H. R. WOOD, Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Spitting of:( 2R" "W Barlow" received and for sale by

assistance, yet, when political rewards arc here by the 7th of December, at farthest, to pro. P. W. CULLEN. FOR and all the affections of the Lungs 48 22 lb. boxe" J W Morgan" March 1 H. ]F. ,A
disposed of, the Nobs of the Press arc forgotten cure all ths numbers. If not here I.by that time, Apalachicola Sept. 21, IS 1C. 37-5t leading to Consumption warranted to be 1-2 lb Lumps. B,

: their pretentious are sneered at, and we raiy not be able to furnish the first numbers.Proprietors of vegetable substances only for saly composed by 5 boxes Premium.Manufactured "JV Morgan" Brand Paints, Oils, &c., 4c .

their services underrated. The Nobs of the of newspapers who copy this Prospectus II.: R. WOOD, augll J. C. ALLEN.TT'OLGER'S boxes JUST received per brig Alabama, frm Z' !

Press is, in fact, a magnanimous ass, who and send us one copy of their paper containing Will continue the A'uction and I Commission : Napoleon's" I- :
allows whipster to ride his back it, marked around with a pen, to directour as usual under tho firm of WOOD Olosaonian,or All Healing Balsam, Brand "Magnolia." 80 ke ground White Lead No. 1;
every on attention to it, shall have their names enteredon &CO JD for .Consumption, Asthma, Coughs, Liver 5 boxes Manufactured Nape 0 do do do Extra
and is contented to receive kicks and curses our books for one copy of the Congressional Complaint, and all diseases of the throat and leon's" "Strawbery." boxes'Glass assorted sizes:

for his recompence, and while browsing on Globe and Appendix: during the session. At Private Sale. lungs, for sale by 50 20 lb boxes Manufactured ,f Nape 5:Verdigris ground in oil;

.thistles imagines he is happy, because he Our prices for these papers are so low that we SUPERIOR WHITE, WINE AND CIDER April 11_H. F. ABELL. leon's" Brand Magnolia." Paris Green do; ..

has done all the good he can and has received cannot afford to credit them out; therefore, no VINEGAR. 9 boxes Manufactured Morford Honey Dew 20 doz. assorted Paint Brushes
nothing for it. person need consume his time in writing fur Qry. BBLS. best White Wine Vinegar, LINSEED OIL boiled and raw, for sale by 10 Crates Croker; 10,000 Florida Segaw- With every other article usually *

them unless he sends the money.. / \J 10 do. do. Cider do. ] H. F. ABELL. 30 doz Ne Caps; 60 doz Hoes, assorted.' the painting business. For sale by tlPfj

BLAIR & RIVES. by WOOD & Co, / tHEAP PUBLICATIONS, just received and; Ingrain Carpeting, Cotton Cards,Trace Chains. J. C. ALLEN, Drugg*
A match'
talking lately came off at New WASHINGTON, October 15, 184G. Oct. 31. 4t 2 Columbus Building. \J for sale by For sale low to close consignments, by Apalachicola, Sept 29 :. .
Orleans, for/ire dollars a side. It continued, Nov 21 LOCKHART & YOUNG cA1Fno .
J. C. ALLEN ( CALOMEL and
,
: .according .to the Advertiser, for thirteen Clover Seed. White Lead. .. __Nov.: 14 53 Water street. QUININE. and for sale by ,

.;:: hours, the rivals being a Frenchman and a A FEW pounds of large Red Northern Clover tJ\J\J\J KfCfLBS\ ceived} a and superior for sale: article by just re- ANNUALS by for 18.7; Poems; Toy Books, &C., Garden Seeds Growth of 1846. -. Nov 21_, H. F. ABEL n
Kentuckian. ?The bystanders and Seed, fur sale by -
"' judges Nov 21 H. F. ABELL Druggist.Lamp ; Nov 21 J. C. ALLEN. AN assortment of Garden Seeds, jnst received Flavouring Waters.N '
ApriU II. F. ADEL.Congress .
were sll" talked to sleep, and when they for sale by assortment just received, and salfc W
'.f waked up in the' morning they found the Spring; Water Oil. TEASE'S Clarified Essence of Hoarhound Nov 2. J. C. ALLEN. A Nov 29 J.- C. ALLE.N fo Dr
STRAINED, a very superior ar- JL Candy-a fresh supply just received and for .
fFrenchman dead and the Kentuckian wins- WINTER L
and
; JUST received per schr. LeRoy, and for sale 1 by received and for sale by sale by H. F. ABELL, WISTAK'S Swayne's Balsam ol Wild Ofk DOZ. Congress' Spring Wafer, JU I

.; 'i't',;..,. pering in., his,- ear.: .. ai .. J J. C. ALLEN.. I Nov 23 ," ,H, F. A ELLI Druggist.w !, .. Nov 2i. Druggist.! ,: Nov 23 rr., jnst received- and J.for C.sale ALLEN.by .Sept U 29 ceived i per brig. .Alabama' J. and C. _for L, 1',

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