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t+I MERfIAI, AlIVKRTLSER. I a~tsic u s'rcttot 3Orofr.o i0 xat 0ttr. .


: S. 11. N~iclicr)s~m_ -
DEALER IN CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, CAkPS, &c ;
.No. 1 Columbus Block,.
Dec 12 +Apalachicola,.,.F~a.


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A. G. Semmes,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
S- Office, aVb 2 Capt Simmon's .Building,
cor-. of Centre &, Commerce street's.
nov5 Apalaebicorla-, Fla.


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JaUE.',ttAH DAY. DANIEL .]. DAY.
:, J. Day & Co.,.
COMMISSION MERCHANTSS,
"No. 52 WaVbter street,"
Dec. 5 Apalachicola, Fa.
Qt] Also, Agents for the "-/=EtniaInsuranee Co,"
thae "' Protection Insurance Co." and the "Hart-
f.iiJ Tnl-.'t.inee'. Co." II ,rif,'r.J Conn.
P. W. Caileni,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
: .- MER C H-A NT.
Solicits a share of.Public Patronage.
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THE BLACK HORSE AND I
OK, W'H0 WAS TrILE HtERO OF SA
,t was the Sevenlh of Octob
!-toratio G-ate-s stood before
i~ng steadfastly upon the two
arrayed in 'order of battle. I
bracing day, mellow with (h(
Autumn ; the sky Was cloudless
ofihe woods scarce tinged wit
g?.hl ; the buckwheait,0on yonde
ed-into snowy ripeness.
li7 was a. calm clear- day, but
legions shook the gro~und.
b.nlsh shot thie glimmer/of the r
evmey hillside'blaze the sharpe
Flags were there, too, tossing i
-here the banner of the Siars-
JRed Corss go.nf~ilon.
Here in solid lines were arra
tinental soldiers, pausing on the
homely costume looking but pc
hie, when compared will) the1
let uniforms, rendening along
,'and over rhe distant fields. A
ing shirt of blue was but a ru
on ihe 19th of September, scarn
ago, on these very hills, it taug
coated Briton a severe lesson o
and humility.
Here, then, on the nrorni'ng
ful xd;ty., which was to decline
America, whether Gates should
Burgoyne, or Burgoyne lay do
at the feet of Gates, here at th
tent stood the American Gener
tenance manifesting a deep anx
Now he ga-zed upon the gilt
orBurgoyne, as it shone over y
and now his eye roved over
men in hunting shirts, with ri
hands. +te remembered ttre 'cc
fgth, when B3enedict Arnold, "a
certain bold riflemen, carried th
all ihe glitter of British arms;
*percha n-ce--'al ear" seized hirf,
of October might be a dark day
was not there. They had qua
hold and Gates, about some mas
ta'ry 'c'o'urtese',y; the 'former was
commission; the latter eomm
and now would have to win gi
s'el-f with his ow bands-.
Gar-es was sad and t'houghltf
the array 'of his uniform he stood
tent, watching the evolutions of
but all a't'o'ti-ce a smoke arose
shook tlhe ground, a chorius'61
groans yelled along the darkened
play of death was begun. Th[(b


1[, defiance on hi~s'brow. Look! He draws
his sword--the sharp blade quivers in the:
UIS RIDER: a~r. He poi'ntsi 10 (he battle, and lo.! he is
tmrAooG!" gone--gone through yonder clouds--while
er, 1777. his shout echoes over the field's.
! his tent gaz- Wherever rhe fightt is :thick~est-, Ihrough
*armies now the intervals of battle smoke and 'can'nri
t was a clear glare, you may see riding madly forward,.
e richness of that strange soldier, mounted on bis steed,'
ss tlhe foliage black as death.
th p~urpl'e and Look at him, as w~i-th.tlis .farce read with
;r fields, fiost- B~ritishtblood, he va'ves his sword, and shout
to tlhe legions. -Now you see him fighting
t the .tread of in that cannon's glare, t-he next moment he
Fiom ever-y is away off yond'er, le,litog tile forlorn hope
rifle barrel, on up. thee steep cliff..
ened bayonet. J's it not a nmagniticen't sight..to See t'ha't
in the breeze; rralireless sohldie'r, and that nole. Blaeok'
--yonder thie Steed, dashing Jike a ietiecir tlhrough ~tle
long columns of battle?"
yed the Con- And all the while Maj. Arrmntrong, "spufr-
eiranrms, their ring his steed to tlhe tunicst, pursues him,
oorandhum- but in vain. He shouts to him, but the
blaze of scar- warrior cann-ot :hear. He can se'e the Black
yonder hills H-orse', "through the lifted fold of battle.
h, that hunt- smoke, now and then he hears the Rider's
de dress, yet shout--
ce two weeks Warren: Ho! Warren! Upon tthemt---
ht the scarlet charge!"'
if repentance Let us look for a moment through th'ges'
clouds of battle. Here, oVer *thi tMck
ofthis event- h]edge, bursts a band of American militia
the fate of nteq--Iheir rude farmer's coats stained wihh
d..flee bethre their blood--while, scattering heir arms by
wtiwrfri~s arms l!'e way, thoey flee before yonder company
e door of his of red-coat hirelings, who come rushing for-
ral, his coun- ward, their solid front of bayonets gleaming
;iety. in the battle light.
tering, array I" the "moment of their flight, a Black
yonder fields, Horse crashed over the field. The un-
those hardy known warrior reins his "te'ed back on his
|ifes i'n "rh'eir haunches, right in (h'e path of ('his broad
ontest "of the shouldered militia than.
t the bead of aNow, "ew <4 navance innothor otcp,
e day, before and I will shoot you to the heart!" shouts
Sand now-- the rider, extending a pistol in either hand.
that this 7th '" WVhat:! are you Anmericans---men-and fly
y, for Arnold before these British soldiers? Back and
arrelled, Ar- lace them once more--seize your arnma-
atter of mili- face the foe, or I myself will ride you down !,,
now without That appeal, uttered with deep, i'ndig'nant
anded.,lon'e tone, grid a face convulsed with passion, is
or~y~rhim- not without its effect-. The militia man
turns, seizes his gun; his comrades as if by"
fi'l, as in all one impulse, follow his example. They
ud before his form in solid order along the field, and si-
f the armies, lently load their pieces; they wait the onset
e-, a th'uhrtder of those British bayonets !
f shouts and "Reserve you+. fi'e' until y'ou ea'a loche
ed air.a The the point of their bayonets!" was the whis-


the battle clouds--with i' W^^'ioW^,
its lines of British cannon,R H6s. fe'elt li
ones. ,:i-;. "+'+..; .j : --
E'ven those bold riflemen/+ .hf" wri in
the wilderness wilh one 1en3 e ,Atnoid
who stoned ihe walis of Quetrec~i^Kh ihte
Ar'niold and Montgomery, on tht;old day'-
break of Deeemher lhir y-first,177/5? -fta
those men.of iron fell "Ia, ; .rrifie?! rit
sigbt. "; .;* -"*
-That cliff ?s ton sleep--ih.if deatb iff"tx,
certain. Theirof'ficera cannot p~nrihaadelho
to advance. Thejfnericans Irmfoslb.-b
field. Even Mor'n-hat Iron MarEinmf
Iron Men--leans on his rrtle, and -cteB -'-.-
of,the, field. + :.-. .-.,.'
. " B uit lo ok } -all is dismav ond horrorhere, cl~laTin dtt.,
comes the fil.,ch [-o'r~e andl-hi's..Rier--'7" -
T rrhat Rider ben's .from 'his tred -,. e6'
'ean see his phrenzi'ed face, now.-covered wifw
sweat, and d,us,, ,aol Mood. ,-I \a9t?
hand on that bohld rifleman's shiitler.. -
"*Corneon!" lie cries.': ""you will So.fstff
m enc o w + +" ... + '. ,
The rifleman knows that fa.e,. As lIhpnt^t
.ili'ving fire had been poured ito, hias.ei-ns,,
he gfrasps hi~s rifle, and -arts Ipardnb!.. I
ro'ek., r "; '. "' "
5.."Cme on !" eries tlhe +ider ,,Qy ,Iie
SBlack H-orse, 'tniruiug froum ,aohmer saced ac
to anoth'-r. "> Come :on! 'ytuiI wi~ot. Ta(
'me nOW!" "-", "+ ..
He speaks in that voice which thrill
their blood. "., '
11You were with me fn the Wilderness jf'
he cries to onhe : and you at Quebec ?"Ji-' "
shouts to another. "do yg.u remember ?
And :you at Montreal"------ .+ + ,
'"And TDu, tl~re o'n Lake .Champiain?
Yrou know me--you have known jerM Ion .g,'
Have I ever spokenito yonjn vam^ "J. speat.
t~o-_ ou. now--do you See ihai Rock? ,; Co'ml6..
XlA.d now look, and now 0, hol jo:br -ire
as that black steed, crashes Up lire slee^'
rock? Ah, that steed quivers--he tim'lrs-a-
he falls! No, no Still .n, still'Ul ti
rock, still on toward the foi-tre'ss! *. ".; "
Now Io'ok =again"-- -l .ri'd'er: 'o H -ns' li&f
Come on, men "of Qu'ebee, irhefe ]t
lead you will follow.P' ... ...:'
bold riflemen are oh ;tlr ,roek.)'. And V9
and onwardd, one. fierce ^o01Vbf 6afare, +-i~n':
that Wa~rrior -.hfis Blatk. Slee'd;. iadit
the yr'ea'd 'way', sw'eep'ed .th'e Men+'bf lW
Wildei'ness, lhe HereRospf-Quiele. .-' ; '.
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WOM, SYDNEY GREEN, M. D,
]Vy ay be found at his residence, corner of
Centre mad High streets, opposite the, Mansion


T lhomllas Preston,
COM-M[SStON MERCHANT A-ND.TOBACCO
+ INSPECTOR AND BROKER.
'No:. 28 Water st.:-Office second back room.
..D~ec. 2f>- Apalachlueola-,_Ffa..


+ ,"+' "M. B11. Bi/tt.'
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
,MERCHANT,
Dec 2ge Aplaac~hi.ela, Fa..


!Dr. A. W, Cliapm~an,
{ O~ffice oyer the Drug Store-of B: S. Hawvley,
(entrance on. Chestnut street.) .Residence at the
house lately oceti pied by D.I;. Baltz~ell.
: _January 10, 18.16. 2--if
W. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Offers his services to the public in either of the
Above capacities. .
He-will practice regularly in Franklin, Cal-
houu afid Jacltsoh Circuit Courts--and will, upon
a special retainer, act as Counsel, in any Court'
"of the Middle or Western Circuit. He will also,
argue cases in the -Court of Appeals at Tallahas-
*fsee, +the Session Of which, he will always be
present at, unless prevented by accident.
Apalachicola, September 8, 184G.


' -CO'MMISSION MERCHANTSS,'
"- Water street,
'Dec 12 Apalachicola, Fa
Bt W.^ood &.
COMMISSION AND" FORWARDING
.MiERC.HANTS,
No. 7, Columbus Row,
Norv.-~2S 1.S4G. Apalachicola, Fla.
W'/A.I. W. SlIMS. "WM. W. CHEEVER..
imIs & Cliec6Ver,;
: C0MMISSION MERCHANTS-, '*
"f-Offie, No. 6 Columbus Buildings,
dec-12' -, Apalachicola.,Fla.
56~ob!rts, Allen-& Co.,
DE.ALEI-;' IN HARDWARE AND SHIP
CHANDLERY, STEEL, NAILS, SPIKES
., AND CASTINGS, t
And manufacturers of [Tin, Iron, and Cop.
_, per Wares.


Bi. E. Owens,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
CL.AYTO, Barbour County, Alabama.
-April 29, 184G. 2--tf


"-. .Law,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Bainbridge, (Decatur Co.) Ga.
815- WHll attend punctually the Superior'Courts
of'the counties of' Early, Baker" and Decature of
the Soufth Westeirn, and of the county of Thomas
of the Southern Circuit. mray3

ATTORNEY AT LAWV,
ALBAN~Y, GA.
WILL practice in the several Courts of the
South.Weste'n Oirrcuit-, and Thomas arnd'
Stewa'I't coun'tiesi
Aug. 5, 1845. 31--ft
LUMBER INSPECT'OR.-"rhe unhdersigned
having 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 appertaining to said appo'in'tme'nt.
CORNELIUS GRADY.
March 22, 1845.


Dec 1.2


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15. F. Nourse, H. B. ,Storne, H. W. Brooks.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No..46 'Water street,
Dec 12. Apalachicola, Fia.
J, 1. Se. 3. M1. tHlil,
LACTORS &, COMMISSION- MERCHANTS,
.. No. 48 W ater street,


Dec i2


APALACHICOLA, FA.


Harper & Holmes,
cOMMISSION MERCHANTS,
also,
/gents .fw the.
SUN .MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
"l: of trie C.ity of J]Few Yorit,
No. 51 Water street, ."
Dec;! 1". Apalachicola, Fa.


LUMBER INSPECTOR-Having been ap-
pointed Inspector of Lumber for the County
of Franklin, the, undersigned otters his services
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CftA G E-SN'; .C.H. CoWTEtY.


hani twenties. -Now--irelings--shout yo~a ':
British battle cry if you can!":' '-*'-+ +
For look, as the battle smokeeclears -atly~
look (bere, in the. gate of -ie'h-for'trees+t
the Blaek Steedand hrais.ier. -, ,--,*'*('
Tha Steed falls dead, pitrc'ed *y.gdi'
hundred balls, but" there" his Rider *^a,9
.the Banner of lhe -Stars, there,--as, Ihf "'
British cry for quarter, he lifts- Up his ei atnd shouts aifar to Hotalto Xl~a~i,+-waklnft"?
yander in lhis tent ; he-.telis himrtlrat*-. ++' ;""
"'Saraloga is won!" + :: "- -,i
And look!. As that shout-goes" f;1ot
heaven, he fall's upon his ISie~e', wttn faili
leg shattered by a cannon hajl.'; ., i.+-. .
He lays there, on his dead Steed-; :btlfee
dling and .insensible, while his. hahU; &
over the neck of the gallant.fl-lr.b'rs^ ,,,H
grasps the Banner of tlhe Starja. i':I ... *';,' -' ^1
Who was the Rider of theBlaek H-ais..
Do you not guess his flame?. Th2.en.bendA
down and gaze upon that shnt~red~il:iA,
and you will see that it .hears the sctlsi i,
a former wound --a hidous wounbtd i5itfhust+
have been'. Now, do you not ue^.;tijl|
name? That wound was received atthe.Stor-
ruing of Quebec :. hai Rider 0oC the..Blai:,
Horse was BEI'EDICT Auno-N(.+ : .t;- -,
In this hour', while ihe sun was seliin+.
over the field of the Seve~nth of.Det':oil'ttr^
while the mi-ts -of ba~tl!e laiy piled uiihhav^,
clouds abo'e, the wal!s of the .ceon/iutye-..
fortress,--here, up t-he steep rbclt "eatti8
Major Armstron seeking for the: ani whoi'
" might db something *a .#: 9i"-' +: "
He found-him at las.dbut if-ias, iri.ioL
gate"f the Fotres, on= h body.of'tbe ,d'ea'd' t
steed; bleeding .frotm .his w bu n'9 :la l Be *1.
discovered the face of Benedict Arnold:, th,
victor of Behmus Heights.... :" [.:" -..
This was not the moment to TieHDer i-d
message of Gates. +No for thisRash .M,"ri-i ,
had won laurels for his brow', dcre',ted Bqr--.
goyne for'hira, resc-uedf ibe *rinn fr'om dis-
grace and defeat. He had tlone s0oneihing.
-- rash. ~ .. -. ,,**y ,+,
T'herfor, A'rmstrong', b ravj a~h'd~igeroosiH
as he wiasI bcht over" the " lifted him~ from amo~hg- the ""-.'i "f "ea-i
and bore him to a place .of repose,:-:, '.. :[
Would it be credited by {pe'rso.fs unaequid-o.
ted with our histor)=--',ouTd ilif fact whhtcj,,
I record witih. blushlesg ,nd sh~ame.+ for. the.i
petliness- of huhitan inajfue,, be ..bel~ieved, ;
unless supported by evide'c'e t-ha~t ca~ntolk,
lie .,? ,, ...* .. .+. ?'.I ..,.. ..
Gen. Gates,* in is. bulletinn 'pf'the,'battle,
did not *menition .ke ",ame :'Pf ..B EN eCT
ARNOLD; "=S --^ ..J r
Methinks, .even .now, 1 ge~lle tsia m+fe.oirh=
tic flying from the bfood~ly field. ot'U r-Canen- .
where an^ arny, was 'an'nihilhied:--hil b:ifetl
turning white as- snow, as he piursuesai" h .i .
terrible flight, without pt+ja, resl.ing" far
eighty mi~les--,methiniks I hi' him csl for;
another Arnold, .toiyii? ;Tnjt 3..A?-TLE, 4^.,
SAHA.TOGA WA2S WON = "" ", _.,, ",,
'*rAuHQB.'s .-.TE.--Thns incident. mBuppj&+c^ '
the strongest-evidence, may aftbrd' i.'reaP'f.sx .:
idea~of ilmat wounded ?ait'-es eeie<'! at;A eol ise id( f i .'
rank injustice and neglect. s hich' afl.*rwatds epd^,;
ed in the Treason of .Arn.:ld. "_ .. ;',1
SIt must be' c,:nfes.-:ed thut'the c~lar~et"or'Gd.es. "
gains as little gOloi 1"/O1"1 thls e'imlance,,ai*
from Iris. rumored connection, wii.llh..8,.abaliwhoi
conspired for the o erhrow ol \ Wa.-lmioi,; a *p .P&,- "
goyne spoke in the = -ihs "em "[ ''A'IMHS *-'A.
Ctouiage and milharv genius, ae' distpla-yed t.B lim ... '. s"
battle, =eand she? (igfit of Sept>, 19, .*'.flVslei'fltot.n *: *
soon afterwards ipri-sined Amnotd wiil> a s.,ttip.i- : -
epaule'tts and swa ord-k nots, whichh hi^ h d r'ecijupdi~.
from a French nobleman.") a. R el y nisa\'o~fl ., "s .
esteeniifor.the victor < f'Sflritt98a. "* '".. "-
*.. : *'f' ';
~ ~ ~ ,- r ''' '''*


........ -. i uii ,f ti .m,., "ciid t h' inc-[LlftcI], IjOw re-
gard the approach of the red coats in silence,
yet calmly and without a remor. The Bri-
tish came on-:-nearer and nearer yet--,you
cau see rhei'r eyes gtea'm, yo'tl ca'n count
, he butr-ons o'rit Iheir scar'le~t coat's They
seek to terrify the militia men with shouts;
bnt those plain farmers do not move an inch.
In one line--but to twenty men in. all--
they confront thirty sharp bayonets.
Tbe British advance--they are within two
tyard .
Now upon the rebels--charge your bay-
onets!" shouted the red coat 6ffieer.
They spring forward, with tlhe same
bound--look their bayonets almost touch
the muzzles of these rifles.
At Ibis moment the voice of the rider was
heard,
,"Now let them have it--fire:"
A sound is heard--a smoke is seteO--
twenty Britons arc down, some speechless
as stone. The remaining len start back--
but there is no time for surprise.
Club your rifles, and charge them
home !" shouts the Unknown, and the Black
horse springs forward, followed by the mi-
litiamen. Then a confused conflict--aery
of quarter!", -a vision of the twenty far-
mers grouped around the rider of the Black
horse, greeting hMm 'aith hearty cheers. .
Thus it was all the day long.
Wherever that Black Horse and fis- Ri-
der went, there followed victory. The sol-
di-ers in eVery part of (he field seeme,' to
know that Rider, for they hailed him with
shouts, they. obeyed his commands, they
rushed after him, over ,yonder cannon,
through yonder line of bayonets. LHis ap-
pearance in any quarter of the field was suc-
ceeded b.y a deslrerate onset, "a terrible
charge, or a struggle hand to hand with the
soldiers of Burgoyne.
Was this not a strange thing ? This nh-
known man, without a'command was obey-
ed by all the soldiers, as though they re-
cognized theirgeneral. They acknowledged
him for a Leader, wherever lhe rode; they
followed himn to death wherever he gave the
word; +
Now look for lhim again! -
On the summit of yonder hill, the Black
Horse stands erect on hi's haunches, his
fore legs pawiing tlhe air, while the rider
bends "over his neck and .looks toward the
clouded vwlley. The hat has fallen from
that rider's brow ; his face is covered with
sweat and blood ; his .right hand grasps that
battered sword. How impressive that stght,
as an occasional sungleam-lights the rider's
brow, or a 'red flash of battle light, bathes
his face, as i'n rays of blood "
At this moment, as the blaek steed rears
on the summit'of the hill, look yonder from
ihe opposite valley dashes.Major Armstrong,
in search of that uniknown i'ider,, who sees
Lhim corning, turns his horse's head.and dis-
appears with a laugh of scorn. Still the
gallant Major keeps on his way, in search of
this man, who excites the fears of .General
Gates--this brave rider, Who was abou q
do sordet/hing rash.", ,....
At last., towaad tho Settinag. 0f itie~rat,..the
crisis of.the conflict came. ,
That fortress yonder on Beha'mus Height,
was to be won or the American cause was lost;
T.hat fortress was to be gained,.'or Gates
was a dishonored man ; Burgoyne a trium-
phant General. -.
That fortress yonder-*-you can see it thr^1


the smoke of battle, while the sky was
clouded in leaden folds-, and the earth throb-
bed as with the pulsation of a mighty heart.
Suddenly Gates and his officers star-ted
with surprise. Along the gentle he-ighrt on:
which they stood, there came a Warrior on
a Black Horse, rushing toward the distant

battle. TIhere was something in the ap-
pearance of rhis Horse .and his Rider, to
strike them with surprise" The Hores was,
a noble animal; do you mark that ekpanse1
of chest, hose sl'ende'r ,et sinewy limbs,
that Wa'vin~g mane and tail? D3o "you mark
the head erect, those nos'.rils quivering, that
eye glaring with terrible light? Then~hs
color--the raven is not darker than his skin,
or majiden's cheek more glossy than his
spotless hide.
Look upon that gallant steed, and remem-
ber" the words of Job-
-Hast thou given thle horse strength 1. hats thou
clothed his neck with thunder .
Cans't thou make him afarid as a grasshopper!?
The glory of his nostrils is terrible !
He paweth in the valley, and rejoieeth in his
strength; he goeth on to meet the armed men.
He mocketh at fear and is not afrighted ; nei-
ther turneth he back from the wotd.
The quiver rattleth against hi'm,'the 'Il'tering'
spear and the shiehd.
He swalloweth the ground with fierceness and
rage ; neither b elieveth he that it, s tlhe sound of
the rrulipet.'
H-e saith among the trumpets, Ra ha! and he
stineirli+ the battle affhr off; the thunder of the
captains and the shouting.
But the Rider presented also a sight of
strange and peculiar interest; He .is a man
of muscular form with a dark brow gather-
ed in a frown, a darker ey. .shooting its
glance from beneath th~e projecting fore-
head. His lip is compressed--his cravat,.
unloosed, exposes lhe veins of his bared
.throat, now writhing like serpents. It is
plain that his spirit is with the distant battle,
for neither looking to the right or left, not
eveu casting a glance aside to Gates+ he
glares over his horse's head 'towards the
smoke of conflict,
No sword waves in his grasp, but while
the rein hangs on his horse'sneek^ his hands
rest by his side the fingers quivering with
ihe same agitation that blazes over lbis face.
Altogether it is a magnificent sight, that
warrior in the blue uniform on his Black
Horse, who moves along the sod at a brisk
wailk, his tail and maine tossing on the breeze.
And as the noble horse moves on, the sol-
dier speaks to him, and calls him by name,
and lays his right hand on his glossy neck.
Ho! WvARREN--forward !"
.Then the Black Horse--named after the
friend of the soldier, a friend w~ho now is
sleeping near Bunker Hill; where he fell--
darts forward, with one sudden bound, and is
gone like a flash towards [headistant battle..
This brief selene, this vision of the Horse
and his Rider, sltruck Gates with unfeigned-
chagriu, his officers with unmingled surpris-e.
...Armstrong!" shouted Gates, turning to
abrave man bv h is side, Pursue that man.
Tell "him it is'my command that he returns
from the field. Away! Do not loosena min-
ute, for he will do something rash if left to.
himself .. .
Arrostrorrg springs lo his steed, and while
tlhe: heaven above~, and the broad sweeps. of
woods and fields yonder, are 'darkened.
by. the stroke of conflict,- he pursues the
;iBlarek Horse and his Rider,. ..
But that .Rider looks over his shoulderr
.witlh a srnile of scorn On his lip, a scowl of


a.UTK.


reitcan jIvUL.ui InSaruncC t/o. OJ IiCew
-" CHAS. A. GR.EEN, Age-rt.
*Dee 5 No. 36 Water'stree't-.


Those. E. Gray,
MERCHANT TAILOR."
Chiesnut st. next door below Francis K~opman's.
W OULD respectfully inform the ciiesof
Apalachieola, that he has just received
from NeW? York a large and splendid assortment
of Cloths, Cassrmeres and Vestings, unsurpassed
in quality or cheaphess, consisting of every shade
and va~riety, whieh he is prepared to make up in
the nearest and most fashionable style, at the
cheapest possible rates. Thankful for the liberal
favors heretotbre bestowed upon him, he hopes
by faithful attention to his business, to merit a
continu~anee oT their patronage.
Apalachicola, Nov. 21, ,184<5.


-'-Etllwal'd McICully,
CO"',I M~q:IN MERCHANTS_ AND DEALERS
:IN DLiY G-OOD-S AND GROCERIE'S
SNo. 50 Water street.
Dec 5 Apalachicola, FI&.


Wtri., .(- POrt DE.\',Lfi.S IN GOODS AND COMMISSION
ME R CH-ANTS.
No. 4.1 Water Street,
Dec .i ) Apalaohicola-, F a..-


AUC TIoNE-ERAND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
No. 50 Water street
S .li."it*1 p'lr-i'nnap. AP..L .CHIC9OLA, F~a-
: aa3ss. 'FP. Farr or,
GENEIiA L i; [L_"ElVi r FOR WARDING ,%
COlMISSro N ME RCHANT.,
"+ : -N-o. 0 W ater Stree't.- .
.Dec 5 ,, A' palachitcola, Fla.


Fall Goods.
TRANCIS KOPMAN has just received hi
I'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, a1ll of which is oltered for
cash or city acceptance.
Apalachicola, Nov. 28. Chesnut st.


New Publicationis.
"IONFESSIONS OF A PRETTY WOMEN ;
\rRichelieu; Critchton; Ernilia Wyndham ;
Chevalier D'Harmantal;. Livontan Tal~es; The
Bush Ranger, &c., &c.,' just received and for
sale by H. F. ABELL,
Nov 21 Druggist.
Ir'oB amid Nails.
"I'IJ {^^.BARS Swede's Iron ; 200 "kegs
-B- iL^-~jrNails, assorted sizes, for sale by
'Dec 5 J. DAY & CO.
Coffee.
AI00 SACKS Rio Co01eee, jus t received and
..cw for sate by
.Dec~j.Sim-- J. DAY & CO.
o.! ,-.,.- H~ay.
12 0^ BAL.ES, for sale by
JL fJ, '- .,' D. B. WOOD & CO.
.-Dec: 5 +:,;";,;.: ;?> ..... ..... ,.7 Columbus Row.
'Noil'.'il' Etoi~nr of .Liverwort,-
EOR, C<.JI-.]li,.Cold, Asthma, Spltting of
:'',Blood,. and alH the affections of the 1-ungs
leading to Co.nsumption, warranted to be eompos-
ed ot' vegetable substances only, for saly by
aug11 J.C.. ALLEN.


I, D. Baii'ece,
+COM MISSION AND FORWARDIN-G
MERCHANT,
No. 7, Coluthbus Block,,
Sept. -1'.A, 1846. .. Apalaehic:ola-, Fa. i


EU'FAULA, ALA. .
,. EFE]RErrfiES :->* ,
JosIAH Br, ACKWEr.L &, Co. M., " r .T
L. IF.. SE~dAMAN &,.t.Co.. ('Nw}A
)J'oHN NOIRTON, jr.; "J
JOHN FRASERI &, Co., Charleston.
:C+..C. L.TR'rraoP & Co ., New Oreas
W~rARBE CRtOMWELLr, >^ .Cotimbus, Ga.
iA. K. AYER. oubs a
;E. J. H ar,,i\, Apalachicola. -


i T _INSEED OIL, boiled and raw, for sale by
[se~pt8] H. F. ABELL.


CHEA1 PUBLICATIONS, just received and
for sale by ,
Nov 21 -J. C. ALLEN,_


Wi indo w, Glass.
Kjf BOXES just received, 7 by 9, 8 by 1
^fJ10 by 12, 11 by 14., 11 by 16, and 121
18, for sale by [nov28] J. C. ALLEN.


0,


Hay.
: /^nBUNDLES, fur sale by
O.U .. B. S.HAWLEY.
Dec 5 '. 28 Water street.


-- Castor Oil.
1 f',C GALLONS in store and for sale by
/U.V, H. 'F.. ABELL,
Nov 28 +Druggist.,


:' + looits a nid Sh oes..
BOY0'S. and Men's Russet Brogans ;
_LJMen's sew'd and peg'd Kip Brogans ;"
Gents fine Calf'E.P,-.-i,,si;
Wm's peg'd and sew'd Shoes; Children's do. do.
s uper L adi'es K id a tad +M orocco $1,,-,+;
Supber, Ladies' coarse and fine Calf Boots.
A large and extensive assortment, just received
and for sale" by \VM. G: PORTER & CO: "
' D'ee 51+. ': "41 Water steet.
...... lover Seed. .. .+
A FEW pounds of large "Red Northern'Clover
Seed,,forsale by :-': H 17 .*.E
Aptl4 -+ ., H F.A E .,,
+ B~agg'iragaild 1ope.
rvf\ PC(S F, aL'-',,.'; 30 coils Rope, for sale by:
l. U '*..-.-': L.CKH.-RT & yOUNG,
"Nv ., ['1 '. ,"<;'- "W ater strtfetr "'


JUTreceived per brig Manhattan, from New
t York, a fine assortment of choice Liquors, Se-
gars, Tobacco, Soap, Candles, Starch, Domestics,
&.c. Also in st~ore, 30 barrels choice Wine arid
Cider Vinegar, which will be sold low ,
. EDWARD McCULLY,
Dec 5 50 Water street


Q^'[' BAGS Java. Coffee ; ,50. do. Rio do;
f.jlj 40 barrels Northe'rn Flour ;
,' ,4 pipes Madeira Wine ; ,
S. 25 boxes .Candles; 10,000 Regalia Segars.
-For sale by B. S. HAWLEY,
Dec 5 28'Water --tr,:,-K.?r


Garden Seeds, Growtlh of 1S46.
AN assortment o~t Garden Seeds, jnst received
and for sale by '" "" -
N,,v 8 S .- J. G. AULEN.
















































































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-XL~


-.,n ..LF.. ~ _.i~


MA:SACRE'OF THE NERTORI-AN CHRIS- "You appear, Monsieur," said he, to be
TI N.. ,, a person of consequence here; I fear I have
Another terrible massacre, it is stated in been most unceremoniously intruding upon
the Constantinople correspondence of the your time and patience. Surely you must
London Chronicle, has occurred among the be the Governor General."
Nestorians.' in a let ter o~f the 9th'of No- I have been happy to afford information
vember theseparticuillarS are given, Beder to a stranger; but you are mistaken in sup-
Khan-Bey, with a large body of -Kurds and posing me to be the Governor General."
various detlchnienls of troops under com- ,Why, then, do all persons whom we
onand of the.Beys of Hai,'karai andBBaoiri, meet salute you ?"
arched iniothle.!erritory of the Nestorians, Because I am their Emperor."
where, knowing that h, would meet. with The astonished foreigner, gratified with
small resistance, lie dividled his force into his adventure, paid his willing homage also.
v ar1io usj bi:il tl5l -.111 se nit tl ele l against th e
differeot Idstrim a ines.n The, rtyasins toe [From the Ind. Farmer and Gardner.]
-different Nestorian vilfages-. Tirty-six of LYLO NINCR
these villages were'utt-erly destroyed, the WHITE A D OM1 N
dwelling beine plundered and burnt, and The following observations in relation to
ilhe inliabitants, nlen, women and children, Indian corn meal were communicated to
), Ut to death ,by' every'species of torture the Journal of Commerce by a physician in
syhich cruelty could invent, the city of New York:
:jajppy, & s' Ihe co6rles t Yellow corn and white corn are not the
London paper. wsere-those who were shot, same in quality, although they are indenti-
ovpwlo (ell by the.swt;_rd, who had not. their cat in kind, anti may grow in the same field.
-bowels rippedl Qut of themi while living, or r1"ie nutritive qualities of the yellow corn
who; whe-e not impaled atidat the shouts surpasses ill it of the white, and that is a
anrid lat.ighter .'0f t.he murderers. Two of good reason why the common sense of the
tlhe bi-sops oC. thie N,.,,,iians; i-f not more, people, or their ordinary experience assigns
w.ore impail~e,' adu till sPi:,l' of-lhe piletsis. to ii a preference, independently of its mere
C hitdr4i, ft-- -ere. -. Iorn. from their -mothers .looks.
-some from-(heir .nrihvrs breasts, atid in. F Iheinvestigations, or vegetable chemis-
presence of' their IIIl, I .hr were obliged try have revealed to us many important and
screeching-,.".-to a Iook on,-' put il the most interesting facts. By the aid of ailysis, it
shocking manner to death. The mothers 1s been ascertainedd that butter, in a pure
afierwards were -3 ,.'rlhce:f: W 'ee th'n.s ta'.l sxte, is combined in all, or nearly all grapes,
Vf.the ^sloiria',ns It .j',s' ised i this. .as soeel, and grains. Out -f6ne hundred
Bcscre on-hue l cwasl ci. ,i.n.- I he mo't Weight of yellow indidan corn meal, for in-
tfxieniive .slatimrhter inn, |,'lcV' at a large since, a good chemist can extract from 8 to
Village, 6rtnw:nship, c.1le'l Bii, where Be- 10'poundsof butter. Out of the sameweight
der Khan BVy w-s |,i.i3 ef1, -tprosent. Here of'white India'r meal, six or eight per cent.
the two'Iiis'hoips w ere imipaled.-iad from this of butter can be made, thus proving it to be
place we're sent the three lihndred heads. ,ini hit proportion, s0 im)fch the less nutri-
(pickled) to th6..Pachao Moussoul. within us. Of the nutritious quality of Indian
the isttfting Yi-.'i;,', that if the Porte mea ny one can satisfy himself by attend-
prresumed ..o molest -the sender, he would ing to the usual process of cooking it.-
send tbC. 0n~iitrl'nopte,inslead, NestotCN n, When it is boiled thick, as in making mush,
.,,-kishl heads enough al make a pyramid. -if a crust adheres to the side of the vessel,
A council of -the Net6itus u!s-imme- t cooling, "it is apt to peal off, of itself, ow.
diately hehl,-and it-was determinJ,- that th1e ing to 'his fatty material in it.
whole people shoolI emigrate witliput an It has f"ur' hermoire l"een proved, that. the
hour's.delay to Peirsia, where a great nDun- butter obtained `'-om the cream 6. milk, ils
6eir'are al',-tiiiy settled on the Lake of Or- not animal secretion, but tnii. it previously
oo'iahli. Iq ,thii' li~.t flight, le;avig all existed in the pure and original state, in tile
Their propety b<-:l1i,,-, qmiany fell victims to. hay or food of the cow ; and a skilful chern-
~'--~1ri-eniociless 1erbcity olf their invaders who, ist can make more butter out of a hundred
in one intis inte howl vor, met "with ai severe weight of hay, than a cow can, as* the cow
repulse'. .One. doi-13s of' the'ennigrantiS, corn- t
S. ..... o teo- must appropriate a considerable share of it
nmnided by the' pltirhirchvwais attacked by. Cor the uses and necessities of her organiza-
the sUileirs of Bedt:r Khan Bey, and after tion. Give a cow a hundred pounds of hay,
an obsritiate ciiilivi, the-Nestorians gained and she will render back eight poundsofbut-
.. :vcor. -coy .7 .. ......_. ,_--_b- r,,- but an expert-chiemistca!m 'e ze t ,'-*
fore tie tiarled on his expedition, with all or thirteen pounds out of it.
iiae, s 'le1:n1t4ies ouf creede, before tho In the choice of the various articles of
~inn.ii, lhint hle would extermin:te the. food, to suit our taste on particular occa-
whole Nesuot sip.6 people; .an.l all ofwthen sions-to correspond to the multiplied emer-
who have not strength to reicl Persia will agencies of life=-t-lie adaptations of the mul-
cxperisnre he. f'll ,e1liz i .,rfhlis oath. tifarious sorts and qualities of food, display
SThis ruthless oi,'t. i- ;i,,'|I..I by the infinite wisdom and goodness. In sickness,
Chronicle's cmi'res|lnwdent to the act of the in health, in toil, while our means abound,
Turkish CAbin t," in deiposing Beder Khan and when they are scanty, 'we demand dif-
Bey, from, je.aloii;y olf hisr*power, and this, ferent kinds of food, and different varieties of
it was supposeJ, ihad be-o done by an ar-'t se g ind, to satisfy our real and ima-
a:u.ment wittti:he Nesioian Patiarch ginary wants. LOfthe grain stuffs, rice con-
thlen' at 31Mous-otil, wh'o liad' promised the rain th least fatty material, and Indian
aid of li.B N,.uoriiins ,n accomplishing this corn the most, and ranging between these
object, an,1 liere ttis.onsla-glht. wo extremes, we have wheat, oats. rye,
B'e," K-han Bey, on the Stll of October, barley, &c. all different, and yet all of them
,id ,Jl 4 -i n Pti.ra ,ercut with a Turkish .,......hi l (* 1,.. .. nnnli'e; to the resnective


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Some strange oiovelopriedi have .me
made in the Iowa Lcgslaur,
hus stated in the St. Louis kiej;ublican, On
he authority of letter from Iowa cile '
there the Legislhture holds its srsia'n: '- 71
On t!, 8t? Sihnsiant; immediate ely on the'e^.* '
ablishing of the He oe-.after dinner of-t-ha*
day, Alr. King, member from-nKeoffk i-n-..-
y, (a Whig. but representing p. Locov.q
loco county,) rose in his-"placi, ". d "s '4
eave to make a statement, wiuh, WA*
granted. He then informed the Riuqt"that
Mr. Marshall, a lawyer frbm Lee c c-ol^ :'-
had -been negotiating with hfim, from"thete-"
rond day of the session up in thamlime, in
vote for General Dodge for iheU. S./Senate;.
that his first offer was a suit of clothes-9A
$100 in cash, which was increasd, a ibe
held off for higher wages, to The promiseOf
a "* fat office" and as "1much money as he
wished." -- .
He stated also that- Marsitll told' him-,
-there were $6.000 there to Oecure Dadie's
election," and that on Tuesday, Mafhjdi
gave him fifteen dollars "to 'b4nd t-hetbar-
gain," which he (King) by the. advie.*-o" *
friends took. These are the leading "
When King took his seat, Clifton afrd Cold-
lee. Locofoeo "ciossoms, rise'ihnd slate
that thliy too. cold a tale unfold '? 4'the" *
ever interrogated. ."
The House at once raised a commitef.,
investigate the facts, and the serge-n2V-at--
arms took Mlarshatl into custody'.
To give Mr. King an excuse fot 46itii. ~
for Dodge, a set, of instructions 'were pru-
cured, directing him to vote for Democratic
Senators. Mr. King made allusion tfie ft%'
instructions; in his speech; said" that everl
man who signed them "1 voted against hi-;*
that he "received his instruofionsr .t; rlKtwo.
ballot box;" that he was "elected as-"'--
Whig," and should votewitti, ly arjty.7'

:. TfvE ,MATEL-AWD THE If t~lrcANT-r.-'T-
h regularities of the Nothlhtn Mail lrair k-_
come so great, as to be thil cause riot' 'on'l,
of serious annoyance, but also "of'leayy Iy
ses to Ihc- Mertclbants. W ^ha is, t -'Rre-.
niarkable., these jailures- -almost always oc.*
curt the'moment when foreign, adc"ictM a
expected. When thbeCdmbhi6's aeentmiu
came to h1ow last week, for instance, tl
news of the Mf'ii cotton reached bath Ma-
con p.qd, cpiubysin advance op.rf) eMail,
and the consequence was. .lia e or two
men in each city swept themarket 'd pock-
eted the profiAts. This isi*hqlly I "ieiuim
ble. The Charleston papers uther lbo
blame upon the Rail-Roads North.oft il-
mington ; we have generally charged in 004
on the Wilmingtoid boats, and our negh%"
bors at Coluriibus attribute It to Pome nO
management on the Central and- Macon_-Sf
Western Roads. The probability is that
we are allmis'taen, and that the w*Ul1eevid
could be remedied by a memokal to Can-
gress, praying that. the post-.Office Depart-
ment may be placed i the haudw of to"
genlleman of sagaeijy, foresight, md -tam*:
alized 'business views. ".Mr. Johron a .w
proved himselfso ulterly incompetent io thine
task, that it islabout time for Mr.P elk's
political friends'to move against, bhim -WIW
defence. He-Is penny-wise anid
igMooriot 9fd both the wants and wisht" Of
people, or hoth Iipe be is too w s 0(
their interests to be the retainer m lin
a free, Republicasn govefnmeir. Weda-
cervi,, Pfist thiat all ithcn of all partiCTniiaVl


Mur-eouli. wlich;,lhe deeated, with great
S l,,fiter. Elaiedt -w-ith Ihis successs, he
gaIavt vent to his vindictive. spirit upou the
ailn'3: defonceless'Nestorians, who, as we
have said above, with tlhe exception of those
%vko,.r;each:-PeIis)a,, wi-H- be; completely ex-
tet:minjite.(l. -Mar Shiinoun, thee Corner p'at-
ri;Jerhc,1isj.' %ai-l t0 'le in thle hands, of the
q,'ds,.. wlile :MT> .Jolianna, the present
pairi.nL-li, has prgobjbly succeeded in reach-
ing Peria.... .,
-Wes hvo no splce for !'u rthcr details el
thi most obarbarous extermination of an'
unoffend-ing peopJe ; an act of atrocity which
canryot-"surelv fail to draw down upon the
lheid ;6f the-perpetratots tlie most dire re-
tribution. .Several of thee firejgnenvoys at
the& Turkish Gabiner, says the Courier, it
whicl.'lfiesi,- |iaricul 11-3 are furnished, in-
cluding5 Mr. Well.slcy and M. de Bour-
qUe.ncy.,i-ihve set in v,-rystrong.notes upon
the saubjec, isistliif llthtil Beder Khany Bey
isa; mobster who ne'st' be crushed, -.d (the
P-oite-prof-sses'thle same senltirtents, This,
h-lowever, is more easily sAid than done; for
hIf e 104 force of 41.1. "11J nmfi at his com-
0n1 ifid, and is Virlid' -king of the whole,
no0'nlvin" tlempt should,' iand" we trust ere'this has
been, nade, aud that too with a force to en-
sure-su-teess.--'[N. Y. Gazelle.
.THE F"PEjorit NnIcHOL-..-Tlhe United
Service Jouiniil, for May, in a very interest-
ig. 'and h ludaiury art-ic]e o the Emperor of
KIt .i I gives the 6ill.,wing~anecqdote, among
ol tle rs, illuititilive of his chairacter and ha-
bits: .
He is,-fiequently met with on foot in the
str+eetW-,;*bs6tutelv alone, and the immediate
Cn cnia-t "in whichli he ien comes with his
s6jfects'olf'pvery d'e.lea-*ie is'sometimes the,
occa-,,ion of dr.,min 6- I nhis aff',biliry, and
proving ihe LInidne.-;s of his nature. The
eliquelte, on ,neetincg Ii6n, is, for men .to
uncover IIh, ,hea.d., ;id, women to curtesy.--
He .retutrns, fall' mutations, not excepting
those-of the meanest peasants.
'I..h, Ipeued once,'lia as he was thus
walking aloneI he came up Iith a French-
imTano uewlv arrived at St. Petersburg, who,
ignorant 'Of the reciprocal considerations
the'e (denmed due-from mr
smnoking his cigar. The Emperor, dressed
as- usual in his officer's cap and cloak, pas-
sedh him; and, bowing, said-
Sir, it is not pe~rmnitted to smoke in the
streets."
Why?" said the Frenchman.
."11t is hot considered polite to those who
wallk -,here also ; and therefore is forbid
*'J respect authority; I obey," said the
Frenu, hman. HIe threw away his cigar and
cohtinued walking by th- side of the sup-
po'sedtfficer,*and with French facility en-
, .l..j~iitro conversation, which he turned
c P upon Lhe country and the govetn-
inent ; the Enmperor giving much infdrma-
in, ..
1r H.&on found that many persons saluted
j s com pa1nion :
*i':',oU appear. Monsieur, to possess a
r.g-, 1 )cqt 4i 11,;ei: ;'p." said. he.
-.fTh,,it is a ^l;i,- said the Emperor.
Uhthiy wa-lk'ed ou, ihie Frenchman talking,
Vd I he .E nmperor. rep4ying-,
M'ore saliT aiioil;', ueaped heads, and
Jow reverencgs,j jij:d iIIC c riuitoiy of the
""l- ,? ruan j2e r1.


them.
The late accounts from Mexico produce
the impression that the Mexican Congress
will -not be disposed to accept any proposi-
tions of peace, and if Almonte should be
elected President, as is now thought, peace
will cease to be contemplated on either side.
Our government is making the most active
preparations for the prosecution of the war,
and it is well ascertained that a very large
majority of both Houses of Congress are in
favor of giving the Executive the most am-
ple means to bring the war to a speedy con-
clusion.
The question of the admission of slavery
into any territory to be permanently acquir-
ed by the United States, will not be passed
in such a way as to embarass auy of the
measures for carrying on the war-such as
the land bill and the bill for increasing the
army. It may and probably will be passed
when the bill appropriating two millions for
contingent expenses, connected with the
negotiation of a peace, shall come up. One
of the leaders of the democratic anti-slavery
war men has made an estimate of the pro-
bable vote of the House on this question,
and the result is such, as to throw much
doubt upon the passage of Wilmot's amend-
ment. At the close of the late session, af-
ter that amendment had been adopted by the
House, it was thought here that, if the
Senate tejefted the amendment, the House
would recede from it, Mr. J. Q. Adams, was
oppose to any provision which would em-
b-arrass the bill, thought it favor of the
restriction of slavery, at some future time,
when the question of corporating Mexican
territory into the Union should come up.
Though the question of slavery is atler-
nately to be made, yet it is not to be believed
that it will be so made as to embarrass the
Government in its efforts, either for war or
for peace.


Mlayor-ENJ. S. HAWLEY.
Councilnen-H. G. Guyon, A. Hancock,
I. F. Payson, Win. S. Green, M. M. Butt,
Daniel J. Day, E. B. Whitmarsh, J. L.
Wyman.
THE.RIVER.
By the arrival of several steamers yes-
terday from Columbu, we are gratified to
hear of a rise of four feet in the river at
that place, in contradistinction to the ever
repeated report of a fall of from one to six
inches, by every arrival for two months past.
We have every reason to expect an impulse
td business; indeed there is every induce-
ment for our friends in the country to give
our city a call-cotton is rapidly advancing
in price, our stores are literally stocked
with the greatest variety of goods, all of
which as our friends say are dog cheap'-
our city perfectly healthy, and there are a
thousand things to tickle the appetite of the
greatest gourmaud, or the fancy of the most
fastidious.
FIRE.
Our citizens were awakened on Thursday
night last, between the hours of 12 and 1,
by the cry of fire-a few left their warm
beds and rushed to the scene, and succeed-
ed in extinguishing 8 or 10 bales of cotton,
which were set on fire, no doubt, by sparks
from the steamer Peytona, which had only
a short time previously left port. We re-
gret exceedingly that it was so inclement as
to prevent a general turnout; they are ex-
cusable, very, as the thermometer at that
exact moment was only at 24 F. -


the memorial of between 200 and 300 citi-
zens engaged in Sugar planting in Louisi-
ana, complaining Of the tariff law'of 1846.
reducing te duties on Sugar and Molasse' ,
and asking that the duties levied under the d
tariff of 1842 be restored. It was referred to t
the Finance Committee. .
Ic
A GREAT PRINTING MACHINE.--The a
Brooklyn Eagle says: "the Messrs Dry- !
den, the celebrated English engineers, are
employed in the construction of a printing
machine for the London Times, to produce t
12,000 impression per hour, or the incon- s
ceivable number of upwards of three slheets
per second !" and the New York Sun thinks a
that a machine will be produced in thai
city, capable of printing between fifteen and '
twenty thousand copies an hour. e
The thing is impossible. 9
The annual crop of hay raised in the f
United Stats is estimated at 15,000,000 tons,
which at .$8 per ton, the average home value, t
is worth $120,000,000.
A VERY GOOD LAw.-A case is now pend- i
ing in Mississippi, in which an attempt is to a
be made to enforce the law of that State
which requires (hat a man-shall pay the c
debts of each individual whom he kills in a ;
duel. i
A ROYAL EDITOR.-The King of Bavaria t
is about to start a newspaper, which, rumor b
says, he is to edit'himself.' We can imagine
- the King sitting on the tlrotne, with an im-
mence pair of scissors in one hand, aidlthe
paste brush in the other, writing his Zeitung, ,
while the printer's devil is knocking at the
door of the palace calling for "copy."

ILLINOIS SENATOR.-Stephen A Doug-
lass, at present a member of Congress from
Illinois, has been elected by the Legislature
of that State as V. S. Senator, from 4th
March next, to fill the place now occupied
by the Hon. James Semple.

FROM IOWA.-The Whigs, have elected
all the officers of the House, in whieh the
three Independents hold .the balance of
power, as well as the joint vote of the Leg-
islature.

07 A slip from the Savannah Georgian
of the 27tb ult. states that on Saturday
morning, about half-past 4 o'clock, fire was
found in that city to proceed from some cot-
ton piled before the warehouse of Hamilton,
Hardeman & C'o., on the corner of Aber"-
corn and Bryan-streets, which was extip-
guished after 'burning six, and injuring
eleven bales. It was an incendiary attempt,
as the flames were found to proceed from
two different ,portions of the pile, ati the
cutrance ol' a cotton shed filled with ottorI,"


"WASHINGTON, Dec. 28.
The friends of Senator Barrow, of Loui- COLD.-Until within a few days past, our
sian, were shocked to hear that he isseri- winter has been delightfully mild and pleas-
ously ill in Baltimore. He went up to Bal- ant, southern winds have prevailed, temper-
timore on Thursday night, to meet Mr. ing our atmosphere even more delicious
Garret Davis, and prepared, as his friend, fo r
the hostile meeting, arrange betw Mr. than that of Cuba, but old Boreas rising in
Davis and Mr. Bailey, of Virginia. On hismajesty has come down upon us, "witb-
Saturday, it appears, Mr. Barrow was take Out fear or favor," and for two days past the
ill with billions c,.5','ic. He has been hourly I ,hiqlkest apparel 11as been in the greatest
I becomin- worse, At 1i o'clock, this morn- "
ing, the case was apparently desperate.- It demand.
is much hoped by all that the case will be By inspection of the Thermometric
less serious than has been supposed. Range," in another column, it will be seen
Col. Baker, of Illinois, is the lion of the that at 8 P. m. on Thursday last it was at
city. He is followed by curious crowds of 3 .-during that night it fell to 24,
friends, who want to know what he thinks 37 t i t f o
of the war and its prospects-how he got which we regret to learn, has been very de-
over his wound that he received in.the row structive to vegetation.
among the volunteers-what is to be done
next, &c. Col. Baker came here frotn the 07" The Pennsylvania volunteers left
seat of war on a military mission, not for Pittsburgh last week on five boats, charted
political purposes. He has been laboring y the Government at $4,000 each, to be
to obtain some assitance for the volunteers, landed in Ne Orleans. The Governorre-
who, as he represents, are suffering from
many privations. They are in want of ports to the President that the second regi-
clothing, and they were much embarrassed meant is now ready to march, and that the
by being obliged to pay very high prices fo` third is still more desirous to be moving to-
every thing they bought on the Rio Grande. yards the seat of war.
There are large stores of clothing in the
possession of the government, but the volun- EXPLOSIVE C6TTON.-The Board of Or-
teers have no way- to obtain any. They d a proposal for the
have slept and fought in the same clothes d e r t h p for t
ever since they entered the service. They use of Prof. SCIONBEziN's Guu-Cotton in
,..ut aid fr!om the government. They want. tho Britisb,,army.





or-lln- .~.. -TTYT- ~_ .I--.J~-C?~- "-t~El


By an extract of a Washington better div.,
ed 2W6 ulh., and publ'imed in the Chafla-
on Courier, we learftf that tbeSeeretaty *r f ..
he Treasury, has told lif t -imikte of
Ways and Mleai* that be qat have tlh
ax on Tea atnd Coffee, as it wflt be impow
9ibie Of get bhe loan on reasonable ternm*
without it. The Committee are .not. A-
posed to recommend the -tao, **I1- 111 .
of the result politically, as it is saidoi er.
as unpopular in the North and Wet Mto 4
Tea Tax of the -Revol utieD. o. 9i ;rn -"
writer adds: ..... ...... a
"We.dre. in aqwar which hwiHt(Jlt .
thews and sinews of the Uovernmie'ft. "rt -
expenses most be very considerWle, a"
the money. will be spent princially in it
foreign country. This drain of specie wilt
create a demand for the piecieow Witshe
and of course gold will be frequently im--
ported in the stead of goods; but gold paty
no duly at the Custom-House, and tius flS-
its importation reduces the revenge. hBey *'*.
sides, the transportation of -this goldis tV
heavy and adds to the expense'alreadw '
great. The New York bankers say i pli i "
citly that the loa of twenty-three miSwaftet :
cannot be mad -unless the specie A66 -
expunged. The Secrei!,..of tte TrKi-l. "
sury, has nal, however, tecommended" to, t -
and ii wilt-not-be done. -The war it Mefiiei r' **
is becoming a war of the peopl*.,and l-i'ei,-. ," ..i:
lure the.prediction that, it "). pf ... .
traced one, The mountain'passes and tt_"
deep ravines through which our army-6 .
pass, afford the Mexicans every adviana
both for defence and attack. The PreTi.* J *
dein insists upon sending in his projeeo a, s
Lieut. General, and Col. Benton is be .f "-
son designated for the, office. The' pf@IWJe
will meet with strenuous opposition, UK "
my own opinion i$ that it will. fail."' ...
i -e '- :
SIVAGG9D.-The splendid steamer Mon.
pion, on -her downward [rip, ww "aagg,."'''
near Rico's Bluff. on" Thursday night last.f'"'/.
After throwing off some 400 bales -eottoa/":'..
she was enabled to reach our* pa -tt,-: ,
about 700 bales--most if not all that was. "
thrown off will be saved. She is not mate "
really injured, but will on the contrary re--
sume her regular trips in a day or two. '>-'
070 A "Swiss paper" says tht'ibe btO
of a dahlia is an excellent substitute r,.r
Irish potatoe. A wag on hearing I ...
marked very sensibly, that "when Maimv
Antoinette. heard of the great'cryfor bread. **z
by the hungry millions of Paris,. aaI~rd: l .*
they did not eat cake." We are. de"lej.
of the opinion that a breakfait 'itthe~ltow.".
pump would be equally hs nourishing..1-,7..
*" o -. f
ey It is stated'that there willJbe very-.-.
impressive display in PhiladelhiW a B.06
reception of the remains of Lie-'Ufq tri-,-
rane, who fell jph dieil
expected.;, ,. ,' =."


From our earliest manhood to the pre-
sent, now something short of three hibfe to
and ten, we have been a most strenuous ad- t
advocate for the supremacy of the laws,,-t
and in consideration of the protection:which I
they afford, a just observance of them is t
imperative upon every good citizen, t
But there are anomalies in law as well as v
in physics, and where they are detected, the |
multitude are ever ready to eschew them, C
let them be ever so plain in the eyes of the a
framers. "The powers that be," in our
good tax-paying county, in their wisdom,
conceived of the immensity of a road being
opened between this city and. the bluff, the t
vast resources of that fertile spot, the trea-
sures that would be heaped in the lap of our
thriving city, over balanced all considera-
tions of policy-and, in the face of all oppo-
sition, caricatured as it was at the corners
of the streets, and the daily protests of our
citizens, they were summoned to appear,
armed an'd equipped as the law directs- 1
with axes. shovels, &c., to cut it through,
or pay over the lawful tender. Now, it is
useless to enter into a disquisition on the
merits of this road, but in this city, there
are hundreds who will wager five to one,
that ere two wagons pass over it, it will be
so overgrown with bushes, as to puzzle the
most practised eye to trace it through the
hammock. It may be beyond our compre-
hensibility to fathom the benefits of this
road to our city. but with the present lights
before us we would prefer to be in Andalusia
drinking goat's milk and dancing with the
peasant girls.
LAST NEWS FROM YUCATAN.-BV the
arrival of an exceedingly last sailing vessel,
at New Orleans, from this very happy coun-
try, we are again gratified to bear that the
Yucatanese Government have again thrown
",ff the yoke of the mother country, for the
twentieth Iime, arid the friends of the move-
ment nre very sanguine that this last con-
vulsive throw" will bethree weeks, if not a
month, binding.
L- The Editor of the Franco Ameri-
can (N. Y.) has seen a letter from the city
of Mexico, of date 17lh Novemiber, in which'
the writer affirms upon the result of the
recent elections in that country, that terms
of peace from this country will be.aken into
serious consideration by the Men-can Con-
gress. We are rather inclined to think
that it will be any. thing else but a ealm con-
sideration, if .the Hero of Lunly's Lane
should be heard knocking at the Palace for
admittance, backed by such a suit as harm-
recently paid their devoirs at the gates of
Monteiey, Metamoras arid Tampico.
THE SUGAIL PLANTERS.- On Monday in


[Correspondence of the Charleston Courier.] -encouragernent. They want reinforcements.
WASHINGTONr, Dec. 26. They are panting for distinction, and ready ,
It has been determined by theadminisira- to-shed their blood like water to conquer an
tion to propose to Gcnzress to raise ten honorable peace.
thousand troops, to be enlistcd for the whole Mr. Baker resumed his seat in the House.
term of the-war with Mexico-all the dffi^'tbis- morning, but previously tendered his E
cers to be appointed by the: Executive, and, resignation to take effect on the 15th Janua-
the troops to be subject to the articles of ry. It was generally understood that the
war. There are to be three additional Bri- Chairman of the Committee of the Whole
ga~lier Generals, and also a Major General, would give him the floor to day. A crowd
There are such objections to the mode was accordingly collected in the galleries.
of appointing officers of the volunteers, that Col. Baker's speech enchained the attention
it has been determined to call out no more of the House. He did not fail to impart
volunteers at present. It has been found much of his own enthusiasm to the whole
necessary that the government should have House.
theappointment of ihe officers forthe benefit His opinion is that a blow' for peace must
of the service, and particularly for the reason be struck at once--this winter. It will be
that, owing to tile mode of appointment, easier, he thinks, to take the city of Mexico,
there are now some volunteer regiments and there dictate terms of peace, before the
without field officers. 1st of next April, than it will ever be after-
There is now no doubt that there will be wards. All that we have done has been to
a proposition to create the office of Lieu- gain glory ; but we have done little to crip-
tenant General of the army, and that Mr. pie the foe ordiminish his resources. We
BENTON will be nominated for the office, have rather enabled him to concentrate his
It is supposed that the bill, though resisted, resources-to harmonize factions-to[ unite
will pass, and there is no doubt that Mr. the whole people in defence of the cOuntry.
Benton's nomination will be confirmed, No people, as a gentleman from S. C., (Mr.
should the office be created. Holmes,) had justly-said, at the late session,
There has been much talk here, for a day could be conquered, if true to themselves.
or two, about an expected duel between Mr. He believed that all classes, parties and in-
Davis, of Ky., and Mr. Bailey, of Virginia, terests in Mexico were united in defence of
growing ont of the altercation which they their country. We must strike some deci-
.had, in debate, on Wednesday last. Mr. sive blow-effectsome brilliant achievement
Davis supposed that M'r. Bailey intended-tt.x -to force them to conclude a peace.-
charge him- -with being an adocat? oof What we did we must do immediately-this
Mexico, and shaking his fist at Mr. Bailey, winter. A summercampaign would be des-
,'eplied that the goverment must not make tructive to our troops, and it would be cruel
t thai'false charge upon him. These wen, to expose them to it.
" the words as well as I can, recollect. Mr. The war was worth to us as all that it had
Bailey rejoined to the charge of falseho,.d, cost. because it had solved a problem of vast
and said that it was a lie. importance-the practicability of carrying
The next day, Monday Mr. Barrow, of on war without, t--s&Hrding army-and rely-
the Senale, called upon Mr. Bailey with a ing on volunteers. T"he troops who attack-
peremptory demand that Mr. Bailey should cd Monterey could do any thing.
meet him in Baltimore the next day. Mr. Mr. Baker 'proposed a joint resolution
Bailey asserted, and Mr. Siddon, of Virginia which had already received the sanction of
. was, it is said, to act as his second. But the the Secretary of War, to authorize the issue
affair took wind aud information was given of clothing to the volunteers. This was
a to the civil authorities. The Marshal sent immediately passed by acclamation.
e an officer to arrest Mr. Davis, who disputed Col. Baker is a staunch whig, and was at
s :'- thority While the officer was gone the late session an ultra Oregon man. He
' to consult wilth his chief, _r: Davis left his has recovered entirely from his severe

looeins and mouF/J means to -et t9 .3altonimore I woutiC.
I by the morning car, on Friday. Mr. Bailey Mr. ia, cv was alive at the last Telegra-
v was arrested, and held to bail, under the phic Report, 3 o'clock, in consequence of
t dnelact, in thesum ofeightthousahddollars. which several of his friends have gone up to
Mr. Barrow, asthe'friend of Mr. Davis, weut see him.
1o Baltimore last evening. Mr. Bailey is
. stillhere. There wassomedifficnity between itMM' Il AD U lH RTISERT
the t)arties at the last session. CO MME
WASHINGTON, Dec. 27. _D
f. Mr. Davis and Mr. Barrow had not re- AAI.AORICOI SATUBDAY, 9, 1847.
- .turned to ihl city this morning, but I pre- following gentlemen are authorized
sume they will return to night, for Mr. Sid- A g ts for lowg ge nt O E Aen.Tr and will
don, as the friend of Mr. Bailey, had sent a Agents for the CoMMERCIAL AIwTS^R ndwl
y message to Mr. Barrow to inform him ihat receive and receipt for subscriptions, or advertise-
, Mr. Bailey had been put under bonds to ments:--
keep the peace for twelve months. MEFSSTS. MASON & TUTTLE, 38 William Street,
% ; rd. embe fro Alaarna %New York.
.Mr. Hilliard. member from Alabama, is DAVID BRAVO, Esq., New Orleans.
f one of Mr. Bailey's securities. It is gene- W-4. W CHEEVER, Esq., Albany, Ga.
- rally believed that the matter is not at an Major.JAcK HARDMAN .Eufaula, Ala.
- end, and that it will be revived after the .-
n close of the session, if not before. Mr. 07- Our Charter Elections have just ter-
e Davis,'it is believed, will insist upon a fight, minated-the Whigs have again succeeded
, irregular, if not regular. It appears that in electing their whole ticket for Mavorand
n the parties have been pickeritng at each other
e for two or three years, and that, at the late Cho


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CSW Y/ML.- i nau nt aty1 l nature e) n, .
ITt is onl account of the fatty nature of In-d
dian corn meal that it is such a strange kind
of food, and that persons unaccustomed to
it cannot at first endure it. The nations
which feed chiefly on rice are not near so
robust as those which use Indian corn, as
the blacks of the south mostly do. Persons
unaccustomed to this kind of' food, thre-
fore, will dado best to commence with e
white Indian meal, in preference to the yel-
low, as it is not so rich ; and this preference
to the white over yellow has already oc-
curred in En.land, where the article is new.
There is only one nore observation which
I wish to make. As Indian corn meal con-
ains so much fat in it, kept too long, it is
liable to become rancid, and is ifhen mnore or
'less unfit for use. In the shipments made
,to the West Indies the meal is commonly
kilt) dried, to obviate as much as possible
this tendency to rancidity. For reasons
just detailed the white meal will keep rath-
er better; and from its being lighter and
milder, it is as tnuch preferred for use in
warm climates, *ts the yellow for similar in-
ducements, is in cold.
THE NEWSPAPER.-It is a great mistake
in female education to keep the young
lady's time and attention devoted to the
fashionable and polite literature of the day.
If you would qualify, her conversation, you
must give hersomething to talk about-give
her an acquaintance with this actual world,
and its transpiring events. Urge her to read
the newspapers,.and be familiar with the
present character and movements of our
race. History is of some importance ; but
the past world is dead, and we have nothing
to do with it. Ourtthoughts and our con-
cern should be for lhe present world,' to
knowv what it is, and to improve its condition.
L--he Ir have an intelligent opinion, and be
able to sustain intelligent conversation con-
cerning the mental, moral, political and
religious movements of our times. Let the
gilded annuals and poems on the center
table be kept covered with the weekly and
daily juornals. Or, if they, are left in the
bookstore, and the table is well supplied
with newspapers, her men-tal and moral char-
acter and her common sense will not suffer
on account of their absence. Let the whole
family-men, women and children-read
the newspapers. And if anybody has a fact
or a thought worth communicating, let him I
not try to make a big, sleepy book, bit speak
to the world th-,ugti-the newspapers. This
is tjhe way to make an intelligent, republican
and virtuous population.-Lowell Courier.
WRITING ON NEWSPAPERS.-A circular
has been issued by the Post-office Depart-
ment. directing deputy post-masters to
remove the wrappers from all transient,
newspapers, printed circulars, price currents
pamphlets andd magazines received at their
respective offices, andr if found to contain
any ,snuscript or memorandum of any kind,
either written or stmped, or any marks or
signs, exept the name and address of the
person to whom- it is directed, shall be
charged with letter postage, by weight; and
if the person to whom it is directed shall
refuse to pay such postage, the pot-master
is to send to' the office fr'om whence it came
and have the offender prosecuted for the
penalty of $5. The name of the sender
waitten or stamped on the newspaper sub-
jects hi'n to the same Fe.na!ty.


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[1847.
Apalachicola, Florida.-By BROWNE.
,at 29 42', Long,84 50' W
nation above the Sea, mean, 6 feet.

Day. Wind. !| C4
ay. 656968 SE SE S.
rday. 67171 7tO.ISW SW W.
day. 68 70 651INE. SE SE
day. -6871 7lS'SW. SW. NW. .25
idav. 60163.5-6N SW. Calm
tuesday. 580 63 41-NE SE. SE
rsday 5615( .3: NW. NW. NW
s -1st Clear, do., fog ; 2d. cirro stra-
3d. stratus, do., clear; 4th. cirro sira-
nimbus; 5rh. clear all day ; 6th. cirro
do., clear;. 7th. dark cirro stratus,
rain, clear. do.

)MMERCIAL.


U. S. MaIl Arran a,
THE Steamer AUGUSTA, D.
N McLean, Master, will eaftw
Apalachicola every T+*w & lo
Saturday, at 10 P. A ( d. -
Chattahoochee every Monday and-'jtTlslr 'it
12 M.. She will also make weekly trip o Bit= "
bridge and Port Jackson. Leave BainbrLida e +
Wednesday night. Leave Port Jacl=a r4Ht.
Sunday night.
Every attention will be paid to the mS
comfort of Passengers, and strict attention -611'
business confided to the Captain or Clerk of (W

For Liverpool. .
THE superior bark MERSEY, SWO
r take the bulk of 800 bal-e9 cotton for &V
AksSabove named port. 'For freight oply W'!
Jan 9 J. DAY & RCl O.-.
For LIS erpool -
E THE superior Coppead and. cbjW,
^^ fastened bark ALABA1MA, Merft,Bm-+
j^^&ter has more than half" httr crgo gtb&W,
oo board. For freight of remainder apply to
SCHAS. lloGERS. Co. .
Dol 6, 1846. C,
ForNew York.
: TVHE splendid fast sailing b 2g 'T-
AakBEE, Capt. *c'wrmark, wiIa ,
.igiSCdespatch for the above | ort. For filigmt -
or passage, apply to the master, or ', .:I
NOURSE, STONE &,. ..
Jan 9 46 1ae4 '=tree& ,
For Boit41m, to sail 150k ta-
_--t.. THE new bark J W Jt!LODJO rT,.
p Loring, master, will sail as above- VW.
iiiffreight on deck, or paffage, apply (0
D. B. WOOD & CO.
Jan 9 7 Colunt.ls Root ,.
For Boston. '
THE fast ailing ship
Packard, master, "will meet w i 6h -
apatchi, For treight on deck,'iA wce
apply to [jan2] D B WOOD& PCO-
For Boston. "
.' TH E packet bark C/,SP*AJ, ZLW
master, will s'ii on At& I" i4-.+ F&*
--g^deck freight or passage, apply_to ."
Jan 2 D B WOOD & CQ,


CANADIAN VE RIMIIFUGE.
The remedy to which we would call the atten-
tion of the public, is one which has proved suc*
cessful for a long time ; and it is universally ac-
I6nowledged by all who have tried it, to be FAR
SUPERIOR to any other medicine-ever employed
in diseases for which it is recommended. It not
onlv destroys WORMS AND INVIGORATES
TIHE WHOLE SYSTEM, but it dissolves and
carries offthe superabundant slime or mucus SO
PREVALENT IN THE STOMACH AND
BOWELS OF CHILDREN, more especially
those in bad health. The mucus forms the bed
or nest in which Worms produce their young,
and by removing it, it is impossible for worms to
remain in the body. It is harmless in its effects
on .the system, and the health of the patient is
always improved by its use, even when no worms
are discovered`.
The Canadian Vermifuge is only 25 cents a
bottle and is much more easily administered, than
other.
Prepared only by JOHN WINER & Co., 83
Maiden Lane, New York.
H. F. ABELL, Agent
Jan 9 for Apalachicola.
The Great Canadian Remedy.
WINE R'S PECTORAL SYRUP
OF HOREHOUND ELECAMPANE,
Unrivalled for the cure of Coughs, Colds, Asihma,
Spilting of Blood, Whooping Cough, Difficul-
ty of Breathing, Pleurisy, Consumption,
and all Diseases of the Lungs.
Bronchitis, a disease that js sweeping thou-
sands to a premature grave under the name of
Consumption,, can be cured by using this medi-
cine.
For several years past, this medicine has been
in use in Canada, where it has become universal-
ly known, and is considered the best medicine
in use for all pulmonary diseases. The great
success which has attended its use in that coun-
try, and the many truly wonderful cures which
have been effected by it, has induced the proprie-
tors to introduce it into the United States, con-
fident of its being the most safe and valuable re-
medy ever discovered, and adapted to all diseases
of'the lungs, when any of the functions do not
perform their natural or hasty action, exerting a
most grateful and soothing influence over the
functions of the whole system, diminishing ex-
citement when excessive, allaying irritation,
soreness and pain, and speedily imparting renew-
ed vigor and elasticity to the whole frame.
Prepared and sold, wholesale and retail, by
JOHN WINER & Co., 83 Maiden Lane, New
York, soie proprietor for the Uifed States.
H. F. ABELL, Agent
Jan 9 for Apalachicola.


COTTON STATEMENT. Last
year.
hand Sept. 1, 1846.1088 4
nt since 1st Sept.. 100
--988
past 3 days.......... 8,862
previously ....... 15,843
Total........--- 25693 25351
past 3 days....... ... 2,684
previously ........... 4,180
Total........- 6864 8604
nd on shipboard not cleared 18,829 16747


T


For Providence, B." .. .
._Efcv THE fine bark A VOLj-^ Da, Ivi, ,.
rQ ^ter, wilI have dispatch. For freight n
Am deck, or passage, apply to
Jan 2 CHAS ROGERS &CO.
For City Point, Va.
: "TE good coppered ship A..DRE W
S COTT, Emery, master, will have
lmmdiate despatch. For freight on declk
or passage, apply to
Jan 2 CHAS ROGERS & CO.


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~= II ii I


Wiftdow Gluat. -
5f" BOXES just received, 7 by 9, 8 by, 1%.
0 10 by f27, f11- by 14, 11 by 16, andi'll fiy
18, for sale by [noV28] J.-C. ALLEN..
Building Lois for Sale or to Afte o
SEVERAL Lots well situated in iffieW-etNlO
of the city. Apply to :
; NOURSE, STONE t CO.-: !!
Dec 12 .46 Water ste::-'

3Peor Sga y -*-;^;o. *,/
CASKS superior Bacon Sides,;
0 4 S houlderi -;,' .',
50 bbls Whiskey; 100 do. Flour ;. .:'"w
NOURSE, STONE & 00t.'-Y !'
Dec 26 46 Water tfefef.:-.
] ,r M ire, ....
A NEGRO WOMAN. ppplyat ffiwe.f +.
Dec 5 ;
Bagging and Rope^ -
nnPCS Retitucky Bagging;;,
100 100 coils Rope; < "*;"
4 bales Bagging Twine,-fop sAie ff '(V
WM. o fOR'IER &* &.
BDec 5' 41 Water stteef.
Q tIMIINECAWE.IE a an- A.MPHOMjarf
received. and fP. in a e by,- ........ ,?.
Nov 2t If. F.. .BE 9IgK BWi
~ .* *? .... .+ ----+ L i .,=Wt +
Salt. '. .......
-I 4/[['SACKS Liverpool on' hoai'k darft
10 0 Sarah .Sheaff,. for gale 11 ,.
Dec 5- J.'DAY & 00...
/OFFAT'S LIFE PIL t S AND 'PHOW43
.Ml B4T'FRS,. just Pe'ceiverfand'fop sale by
Nov 211 e. AfL .
ffmlga t. " :.':.`+-
~ K '' ++ "*' ^
'1'00 SACS afloat and in Oforie, for ke
;I D. B. WOODD&CO.
Dec 5 7 Columbus Row*-t
'W ISTAR'S and Swayne's Bal'sain 6f Wrildl
Cherry, just received and for sale by
Nov 28 1.: C. ALLMSW


Franklin Circutsit Court.
Roberts, Allen & Co. "
vs. Petition to Foreclose
F.bnezer Hoyt,-and ( Mortgage.
Wm. C. Lawrence, I
T'HE defendants are hereby notified of the in-
stitution of the above suit, by petition to fore-
close their certain mortgage deed, bearing date
the 15th day of October, 1845, of a certain sloop
called the Oregon," to secure the payment of
the sum of $500. And at the springterm of said
court, I will move for a judgment of foreclosure.
A. G. SEMMES, Att'y for Petitioner.
Apalachicola, Jan 2, 1847 50-2m.
Caution.
WHEREAS, a due bill for $1B25, was given
me on the 31st March, 1841, by Win. D.
Price, Deputy Collector for the 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 negotiating the
same. EPHRAIM ANDREWS.
Apalachicola, Dec 26, 1846 49-3t


unite in soliciting the disnfis'al'of the presetrt 1201
head of the Department, or ai least that the 'JANUARY.]
Southern metniT e s of Congress may take Kept in A
"masuresoto compel him to do his duty. L
.'' .[Savannah.Republican. Eleva

The-Dai y ; o-ntan ..ys: D
+" From the feeling at present predomin- rd
ant among tibe -mernbers of Congress, we 2 Satut
ta-te i~ti that the claims of our citizens 3 Sunc
on Mexico for -spoliafions, etc., will be 4 NMon
ussumedIandjpaid by our own government 5 Tuel
.. .6 We(d
at an eaIly day, on the grounds that the war -7 Thun
was generated in part, if hot entirely by the ERKS^,
refusal of Mexico to liquidate those claims, ins, do ; 3(
and lthat thli .Uaited States having recog- tus, clear, n
nized*t4he ndn-panyment of thetrn as a cause cumulus,
J of war, is b,)t-ndrinow to undertake their set- sprinkle of r
ttemecnt."' : "
The United States a ctally relinquished .0
and gave u;p the claims of our citizens upon
France, incunsitdera-tion of autd in payment COTTON.
f& aragreat riiatin;ail advantage; and when, had several
after 45 years delay, a bill is formally passed goes, a ris

.6y ConZ i iyto refund a small portion of put the rive
said claio,I Mr. Polk 'vetoes it. We also
*we h.t to wr" with, Great Britain, principally board no,
for the en rmoIs spoliations she committed the o perI
,on outr .11mmerce; but such a thing .as nrkothe a
,niakinC,_iiuLim for the amount upon our amounting
- town dlvern'nivw, was never int nated or aout 71)
-dreamt abou--every hody knows, that b
though tile relusal of Mexico to settle t-he.n a
'claims of ou.r citiv.ens was'"I loud -and juistm
Cause'of- p01 tin ti ye' itw k as not the cause' Inferior.
" of~ he-war,.or direcilr'' c'1.t 6r-cce,1 with-it.- Ord -Ordia
B utt even t".,was, it is r eall ns range claim l' M id im
In put ft"ardl ; thai, besidts-'iricurring tie Middling
expeisWjof the w ir. whichWill -be 50.000,- Fair....
000, .ilnd i h. be 100.000,000 ofdollars, that F trjojm
the' United St.ies, in anldirion, should pay for Liverp,
ilie debts of Me'.Cco. and particularly with and Boston
the examples a.3 regtsrd4' France and Eng- 13-16c'to
land, whiich we have quoted above and with
the former- p;irficularly, when the Govern-
sent bartered away the"claims of our citi- Stock on h
z,'ns (or ;a.giea.i benefit to:the whole nation. Bur
In tfin, inu- a peace with Mexico, it will- be
the duiy (f ilie Governinent to make her lieceived
provii'le for those cl{,i'ns; though in the 6"

trenivk orf |ace-with Great Britain, nothing Exported
uofti~e kinUA ws done. anti it never elicited "
either re,,park or complaint.--LN. 0. Balle-
in.' ..... On hand an


, Apalachicola Exchange.
.0 i THE subscriber informs his friends
s and the public in general, that lie has be-
come the Proprietor of this above well
knowtv house, and will be pleased to entertain
any of the travelling community that may favor
him with tbeir custom, and wil aleo actommo.
date resident blarderts. The bar will always be
supplied with genffine liquors of the choicest
quality. JOHN PATRIDGE.
Apalachicola, Nov. 14, 1846.


WINERY'S


M1larshall House.
HAVING taken the above estab-
lishment, (formerly Armistead's Ho-
tel) I am now having it neatly fitted
up, so that I may be able to make
all who call comfortable, and flatter
myself witO the hope, that those who call may
be induced to continue their patronage. The
Stage* all stop with me, and in the absence of
either of them, passengers who atop here will
meet with no detention,. as private conveyance
can be had by applications to me. The Eastern
Stage arrives on Mondays, Wed-esdays 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 returns- the
same day, at 8 o'clock, P. M. The Western
Stage arrives here in time to take the Eastern
line, and departs on Mondays'r Wednesdys- and
Saturday, at 8 o'clock, A. M. By thi& line,
passengers will take the Mail Boat at Chattahoo-
chie for Apalachirola on Mondays and Thursdays.
A. G. MARSHALL, Proprietor.
**Quincy, October 27, 1816. nov14 43--tf


-Since our report of Tuesday, we have
a arrivals from Columbus with full car-
e of some.four or five feet having again
er in good boating order. Our factor's
wv present a more ample supply, but still
ions are quite limited. Yesterday a por-
late receipts having been put upon the
more active business was done, the sales
g to some six hundred bales. To-day,
bales have changed hands. We make


in our quotations.
LIVERPOOL CLASSIFTCATION.
1847.
........ ......... .. none.
7 .................. a 8j
)g.... .. .. .. .... 9 a 9,
iddling -....... ......- a 9j
g Fair.......... .... .- a 99
........ ........... 9T a 10


18|6,
61[ a 61
61 a 7
71 a 7ji
7j a 7t
7 a 8j


LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT.
SHIPS.
Waverly, Smith, 539 tons, fm Mobile, waiting-
Master
Canton, Packard, 415 tons, for Boston, loading-
D B Wood Co.
Andrew Scott. Emery. 318 tons, for City Point,
Va, lo~dine--Chas RogerzG Co.
Harriet Rockwell, Gennish, 447 tons, fm Liver-
pool, waiting-Master.
BARQUES.


'For Rent,
i8^ THE, three fire proof Stores in the- Co-
;l;i lumbus Block, known as NosF. 7, 8 and
i1^9; they will be rented either separately or
together-possession given immediately. Apply
to [nov-21] D. B. WOOD & CO.


[rs.--We have heard of two engagements
ool since Tuesday at id. To New York
n no new engagements-masters refuse
the latter port.


Stores for Rent.
STORE No. 6, 'in Columbus Block,
lately occupied by Sims & Cheever, and
Store No. 2, Block C on Water st. Ap-
ply to NOURSE, STONE & CO.
Dec 2. 46 Water street.


Robert Watt, Johnson, 494 tons, fm Liverpool,
waiting-Master
J W Blodget, Loring, 188 tons, for Boston, load-
ing-D B Wood &- Co.
Avola, Davis, 309 tons, for Providence, load'ing-
C Rogers & Co. and Wood A Ballou.
Caspian, Bliveu. 321 tons, for Boston, loading-D
B Wood & Co.
John Brower, Hubbs, 310 tons, for Boston, load-
ing-D B Wood & Co.
Alabama. Merrilt, 347 tons, for Liverpool, load-
ing--Chn BRosprs & Co
Mersev, Coffin, 372 tons,Ifor Liverpool, loading-
J Day & Co.
Sarah Sheaff, Sands, 401, waiting-J Day & Co.
BRIGS.
Louisa Benton, Chester, 168 tons, for N Orleans,
loading-Nourse, Stone & Co.
Lawrence Copeland, Baker, 219 tons, from New
Orleans, waiting-Master.
Tybee, McCbrmaCk, 329'tons, for New York, with
despatch-Nourse. Stone & Co.


For Boston.
: THE fine bark JOAlI A R O WA'
j Hubbs, master, will sail on,.the 12th
Ak inst. For freight on deck, apply to
Jan 2 D B WOOD .& .


Dwelling for Rent.
A THE small Dwelling House lately oc-
cupied by Mr W A McKrnzie. luquire
of COURSE, STONE & CO.
Dec 26 46 Water street.
For Sale,
jC^ THE House on the comer of Chestnut
'and Live Oak streets, known as the
S Goldstein House." Apply to
Jan 2 GREEN & CONNERY.


A FEAT.:r--Not long since, some half
dozen of the .Omi-ims brought here in ihe
- ,,Poeisl' while engaged in clearing away
vbrolsh oil a farti on Bushrod Island, staled
a','enormous snake. As if app! ised of the
congo predilection forsnake meat, his snake-
s-hi p %vent uol: ait full speed for the covert of
; hi lihot-e. bu tthe eougoes, as determined
to hlive-him as he was to get away, raised a
dcafeniing yqll and started in chase, The
snake ra in the direction of the house, in
the vacitioy of which there was a large hug-
a nugl lull which Iad, been long abandoned
by its *builder. The .snake rea.ched this
moinud, and had succeeded- in getting one-
hall* i's length -in a hole in itsside, wvitt one
of the collegess t0 whose feet Itunger and
Shillye and de~sitre for. a1 delicious repast Jtad
give,, oi'ngs reached the place.
Q,,ck as lighliig the congo seized himn
bv tile tad and a severe Msrigglet ani trial of
s(rwtigth ensued, thie snake trying with all,
his. might to pull his person in and thfe coitti,
tryirgwitl.ual~l is 6ni..1ht to pivll 'he si-tke'.s
per-mn mit.- T'hey were pretty nearly bal-
ed-ced, .an,! the struggle would have lasted
som1e tnm,' had not a cutlass been broughlt
to the co!.)Itesl. '
Tlie sanke Lw;s despatche1l,..'and when
neirsa-real, was foundto be 14 feet lo6g. It
was of 44le.!/0a species. The mound which
he anempie.l "0o enter was afterwards'down,
aud=f-;R was l'ound. to contain 15,0 snake's
eas. rine~isuring one bushel and a half.-
The.y were without dtijbt, tlhe eggs of the
'ina.irlich t.i killed. We need not say
it was a high day for the cougoes. It was
indMetlUtolheTi,'afeast of fth things.-Liberia

Intclllgence froim the seat of war is up to
the) 24dil Dec.,-frotn Brasos. Gen. Tay-
Ior-was oD his march to Victoria, and Gen.
-Pater-son to Tamnpico, The last named
towti t.!i a narrikoi, of 900. men. It was re-
porteiiatu. .!elieved. that Santa, Anna was
.Aboutxto: make a .dash at Worth, who is
stijllatiS-altillo. To this effect. an express
lhad reached Gen. Pattcrson. The Mexi-
-cans are rising troops, (in spite of our" o-
cupying the country) on the Rio Grande.
At Ca,..irg", on the evening of the 16th, a
M.exicau Was:taken in the act of attempting
ito blow-up the powder magazine. Indeed
:,it wxuud seem that in every tanm within the
M'Iexican -Territory, we meet an uncompi'o-
mising foe; being welI thrashed, seems to
.Cxdspjeeate,. without.subduing lhemrn.
[Peasacola Gazetle, 2d inst.

GI-VE, A.IO AN'D COMFORT.-Mr. Davis, of
T[enttekty, i, the House of'Representatives
en-thetS21 i a(t., alluded to Mt. Polk's
cthlairge, a'oas against tie. Whigs, and
asked- .
Whl.iwas tWa easoa It was giving aid
A ildcomlbrt to the exa.exay. AndI had not
lha,_F/eeuti e bone thia ia admitting Santa
lnna io te 6ejt" of'Vea Cruz S uppogia,)
toiiwiildores C, enuir. Murt-1s, Perry, or
n 0"h"r naval eoimaandek lhad done this,
tQuld they not have bexea ar;4igrwd- and
iried fox tre-onI and, most justly .?Sup-
,pIsiog tliey had been 4oan it .eawfexreuce
a<.oxre~po~de ce wit h S anta An Ia wa uld
they Bot have peen dragg~id "1)efr' e be
House under Court,' partial orders ? u'n-[
qiue-atiorinly they would. Adu- this was'
precisely wfiatithe Executive had done., and
ba#,ould ao eseaVA froin 'the-didienwa in:
,a which he'wus in yoLed,' .

"'TMPRnOVKItEEN IN THE MAGNETIc TE.LE-"
,e4xH.--Tbe*PhiadeJplpJa Ledger learns'
tafiit Prot. Moase has invented a new -sys-i
ltern of mirkiag, oir printing, by eleetro-mag-
jrictiism, more siiipve th-an his ipreseW insrtu-
mlent. By his new'discovery lie&e -an take
,6e characters now used, or- the ieners of
the ;alphapet, with an expeditioa 'hitherto
Unaliained by himself or any other inventor.
The' greatest improvement Prot. MoRse
,canapossibly ma~k~e.i regard to the Tele-
graph, is to *get it eatire4ly out of the hands
f.o-such nteaas Amos KENDAHr,.
'X'A writer in the National Intelligencer
says, that'half the seamen in our ports are
foreigners.,
FPUiSD. GUILTY.--Roberts, whose- trml
ra., has been fo~ud guiJtyI, ; :'


EXPORTS OF COTTON FROM APALACHICOLA
Coaiminricing Ist Septembf-r, 1846--aud same
time in 1845.
| Past |Previ-|t I La-
W 'rrIT ER EXPORTED. J.3d.,vr- o slv. ITOT ALI .. .


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For Sale.
STHE House situated on Commerce,
between Forbes' street and the Florida
SPromenade, at present occupied by the
subscriber. The house is in good repair, free
from all Incumbrances, with a good yard and well
of water-it ik well calculated for a small family.
Attached to the premises is a good stable. For
terms, apply to
Jan-2 50-1m M. CARRIGAN.


Li.i verpoi ...........
i-.,tvre .......... .
.' iritt .... ... ; .-.;
Trieste........... ....
Geaoa .... .... "... ..
Other ports ...........
Total to For. Ports.
New York ..........
Boston. ... .... .....
Providence ........
Philadelphia .........
!reiltim.',,.-" ... .. ....
New Orleans .........
Other ports...........
Totdl Coastwise....
TOTAL--ALESr..


*fU .ti.t -> I ou y I >n a 0ason

...... ..... ..... ..1590
.. ... .. .. . ......
..... .. ... .... ......
....... ... .. ...2...
.. I...... 192 .. .192..4. 1 7
... .... 378...378 ......
...... ... 58 .588 ... 542
.... ...... ......... 772
........ 2192 ..2192 .-..677
...362 .. ...[.132
.-.28 -.4 i "-0 7'0 14
...... ..6W4.:.860-4


For NewwrlB eai8. '7
THE new and splendid bvig LO VI28
f eBE.XTOJV, Chester, mwrer, will kw *
immediate despatch Nlo the above pot0dr
For freight or passage, apply to the master, ttIto,
Jan 2 COURSE StTONE & ewO~
J. Flynn. : ..... <" -
(Late T. CLA RK.) +
BOOT AND SHOE MA-KEt ,. .
SCONTINUES to uarry on- thia'!6..r
lr ness it Apaliadtieoth, two doors blp-,'
*.IB,,^B low the City Hotel on Centre teet."
SHaving superior workmen, he .'iV
confidenit that ai who iay palronize hitatti+H'61
that they have called at tfie right shop. FW hc-
Calf Skin, Morocco,' and Patent Leather Bpel'
or Shoes made to order, of the latest and. molt ap".
..oEvQstvyle. He will also keep on hand a
and selected--'a99ortnei-rt" f Read&y Made-ult j .-
Shoes and Brogans. 'All endingn, &0., dovW
with neatness and promptitude, and- oni'tetn
that cannot fail to be recognis(d as in-kepping
with the competition in trade and the clcwne@6
of the tim ee r,
A palachicola, 0cfober 39. 0-'om '* *


EXCHANGE on New Orleans, for sale by
Jan 9 J. DAY & CO.
E XCHANGE on Boston, Providence, New
York and Baltitimore bought, and sight checks
on New York sold by
WI.LLIAM G. PORTER & CO.
Dec 5 Agents Bank of Brunvwick.


List of Letters
R EMAINING in the Post Office, atApalach:.-
cola, January 1, 18417:
Artist, any Daguerian Melondes, Joseph
Belzhooven, Daniel Montgomery, J J
Brown, G B 2 Marsh, Julia L
Brockenbrough, W H 2 McAllister, W J
Butts, E P' 4 Morton, L C
Babcock, J W 3 Noyes, Albion
Brown, Jane Ann Newell, John N
Bruce, Levice Ozanne E 5
Brown, James O'Donal, Mary
Barides, Anna Pierce, C B
Barrington, Sophronia E Peck, Wm 3
Chapman, Harriot Page, Wm
Campbel, Enos Porter, Ned, col'd boy
Clark, Thos Parker, James N
Couch, Henry Penn, Mary A
Corwin, Jas C Pow, John
Cammey, John N Ruse, J C 30
Carnochan, Mrs Rockwell, Amaa
Co'-iry, Mr Rivers, T H B & Co
Dickson, W D Robison, W
Dickinson, W C Scott, Thos
Davis, Rebecca Storer, David. W 3
SDavis, Thoa Stapler, Willord W
Demund, James H Sutton, L G 2
Duglas, Jane Stewart, Jas
Duzlas, Ezekiel Smith, Jag
Davenport, Silas Smith, Wm
Edgeworth, Wm Shirley, Mm M
Edmunds, Mary Smith, Samuel 2
Fagg, G W Skirkley, Robt
Foster, David Stephens, Calvin
Faust, Phillip Seeley, Samuel
Fely, J M Silvey, Jos
Fisher, Sarah Anrn Shaw, Robt G
Gilmore, Oliver' Sharpless, A 3
Griffin, G W Thorn, Jos
Goss,. Guy C Talbot, Ambrose
Graves, David S Tyler, Wm J
Girizza, Nicolo Tindal, Jackson
Hollingqui.st, L D 4 Vaughn, Henry J
Hancock, Chas Varner, J
Hanes, Samuel Valleau, Clerk Circuit
Hutchinson, John S 2 Court.
Hight, Micul Wood, Mrs H R
Humphries, Stephen Willson, C Sj
Huxley, Jeremiah Williarnson, Gorritt
Horn, Zachariah 2" Windham, Godfrey
Johnson, John H Willer, Fanny
Kerr, R CF Wing, Capt A
Kelley, Jos Wood, D
Lauderkin, Wmr N Wheaton, Capt Chas
Lamar, Sammnel, Willis, Byrd C
Lawrence, Chas Wiliams Austin
Louis, Jackson
CU- Persons calling for the above',letters, will
please say they are advertised.
JOSEPH S.. MAY, P. M.


T HE undersigned continue to make advances
on Cotton consigned lo their friends in Liver-
pool, Havre, Boston and New York.
D. B. WOOD & 70.
Dec 5 7 Columbus Row.


An Ordinance,
Amending an Ordinance, entitled "An Ordinance
Establishing and Regulating a .market for the
City of Apalachicola."
Be it ordained by the Mayor and Council,
That so much of an ordinance, entitled An
Ordinance establishing and regulating a Market
for LheJCjt -_oA2ial.acLoja," as permits said
market to be kept open on the Sabbf6at-h-', b6e-iee-'-e
by repealed. And that said market be allowed
to he kept open until 9 o'clock on each and. eve-
ry Saturday night
Passed Dec. 2.3d, 1846.
E, C. ROBERTS, Mayor,
W. VALLEAU, Clerk.


', PASSENGERS.
Per steamer Augusta-Doctor. Lang, Capt J
Douglas; Messrs J J Coachman, Thomas Preston,
-J Adkins and Anderson.
Per steamer Peyt6na--Messts Cone, Ozanne,
WVarnock, Mount, -A F,-ToR'eI-. -
Per steamer Mary A Moore--Mrs W 11 Young.
children and servants; Mrs McMehan, sister and
daughter; Mr Butts and lady; Mrs Turner, Mrs
Jordan, l)r 0 Battle; Messrs A Stow, Ls Fred E
Dugas, D K Dodge, B Saltar, E J Hardin.
Per steamer Viola-Messrs I M Wright and
-ervant, J H Demund, B F- Robinson, and S
Hutchinson
Per~teame. Eufaula-Maj J MclverDavis, Judge
Spann; Messrs S Sandiford, and Porter
Per steamer Champion-Messrs Wakefield, Ok-
ley and Griffin.
Per steamer Augusta-Mrs Page and servant;
Messrs Pmtnam, L Psiachi, Du Monte, D G Far-
mer, Bailey.
Per ste,tmer Albany-Messrs N P Foster, J T
Ruas, llughSpears, W Berry, Master Copeland.
RECEIPTS FROM THE INTERIOR.
Per steamer Augusta-15 bales cotton, 2 boxes
tobacco, 4 sacks groundpeas, to A N McKay; 12
bales cotton and 31 sacks corn to Lockhart .fc
Yon.ug; 7 bale* cotton to D G Raney; 11 boxes
tobacco to Thos Preston; 5 bales cotton and 1 box
totaeco to B S Hawley; 2 bales cotton to Jas F
Farrier.
Per steamer Boston-200 bales cotton to D B
Wood & Co; 103to Howard & Rutherford; 77 to
:.c; Fred RE, S:r.i: 40 to Hill, Dawson & Co; 6 to
Harper & Holmes.
1'-r stearner Peytona--505 bales cotton to Hill,
Dawson & Co; 224 to D B Wood & Co; 154 to Ls
Fred E Digrs; 150 to Chas Rogers & .Co; 28 to
Dodge & Pratt; 9 to order.
- Per steamer Mlary A Moore-686 bales cotton
to A N McKav; 257 to Lockhart &c Young; 9 to
Dodge & Pratt; 33 do and 11 sacks groundpeasto
Wylie & McKenzie.
Per steamer Viola-226 bales cotton to J J
Cohen; 200 to D B Wood & Co, 177 to Nourse,
Stone V. Co; 108 to Ls Fred E Dugas; 100 to Chas
Rogers & Cu; 75 to Harper H Holmes; 51 to A N
McKay: 35 to Wood & Ballou.
Per steamer Eufaula-244 bales cotton to A N
AcKay; 203 to Lockhart \. Young; 101 to Chas
R~ogers & Co; 69 to Wylie Vc McKenzie; 12 to B
S Hawley; 6 to Sims & Cheever; 80 do, I bale
hides and 1 box beeswax to Wm G Porter N Co
Per steamer Champion-201 bales cotton to D B
Wood & Co; 195 to Maclay & Kimbrough; 123 to
J Day & Go; 118 to Nourse, Stone (V, Co; 117 to
Harper & Holmes; 106 to A N McKay; 101 to Hill,
Dawson &-Go;.100 to Chas Rogers & Co; 48 to
Lockhart & Young.
Persteawntr G.)limbus-305 bales cotton to J J
Cohen; 196 to Maclay & Kimbrough; 158 to How-
ar _&. Rutherford; 100 to Chas Rogers & Co; 57
to Lockhart & Young; 50 to Hill, Dawson & Co
Per steamer.Lotus-186 bales cotton to M-clay
& Kimbrough; 154 to Nourse, Stone & Co; 153 to
Lockhart & Young; 111 to Ls Fred E Diigas; 90 to
Harper & -Holmes; 96 to A N McKay; 24 to B El-
iison & Co.
Per steamer Albany-486 bales cotton to D B
Wood & Co; 236 to Chas Rogers & Co; 113 to
Logkhart & Young; 68 to Maclay & Kimbrough;
57 to Nourse, Stone & Co.
Peprsteamer Notion-496 bales cotton to Chas
Rogern & Co; 212 to D B Wood & Co; III to Ls
Fred U Dugas; 103 to J Day & Co; 101 to Green &
Cauvoery- 43 to Maclay & Kimbrough; 29 to Lock-
hiart M. Young.
Per aearaer Augusta-71 bales cotton to Lock-
hart &e Young; 41 do and 13 boxes tobacco to Thos
P,'-e.ton; 12 baLes cotton and 7 boxes tobacco to A
N McKay; 3 boxes tobacco to B S Hawley; 1
bale cott(A ia D- 0G aney.


M. M. Butt.
WILL continue to transact a general FOR-
WARDING & COMMISSION BUSINESS
and solicits the pat-r'onage -oT-Tisgr-iends and tht
pa')lic. Dec 26 49-4t
NOTIDE-SAMUEL BENEZET is my du-
ly authorized Agent during my absence from
the State of Florida.
Dec 56 R. ROCKETT KERR.


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New Arrangement.

THE HOME JOURNAL FOR 1847.
THE JANUARY NUMBER.
WE regret (and we do not regret) to say that
we are undei the necessity of* breaking up the
present series, and commencing a NEw VOLUMF
of the HOME JOURNAL in January-tbe demand
for the first and second numbers having so far ex-
ceeded our calculations, that we can no longer
supply the new subscribers, who naturally wish
to commence with the beginning. Our kind
friends, who will have received five numbers of
the HOME JOURNAL, will submit willingly, we
hope, to the having two or three extra papers to
bind in with the VOLUME FOR 1847 ; and the
new arrangement will be a great convenience to
the distant subscribers, who had only heard ol
our present series after ils first numbers were ex-
hausted, and who now can fairly commence the
Volume with the JVew Year. We shall issue,
therefore, No. 1 ot our NEW VOLUME O'n the 2d
of January, and, thereafter, keep even pace with
Father Time's old-fashioned beginnings' and
endings.
The following are the only terms on which
the HOME JOURNAL is furnished to subscribers :
One copy for one year .......... $2 00
Three copies, to one address ...... 5 00
Invariably in Advance.
Such as wish to subscribe, and commence with
the JANUARY NUMiBEm, are requested to send
nt once to the Office ot Publication, No. 107
Fulton street.
Agents supply single copies, only.
GEO. P. MORRIS,
N. P. WILLIS,


An Ordinan'ee,
Providing a Watch for the City of Apalachicola,
Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and
Council oj the city of.dpalachicala, That from
and after this time, thereshal' bye appointed four
good and efficient men, who with the Marshal,
shall constitute a police for said cily.
Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That it shall
be the duty of said Police" to watch said city at
tight, from 9 o'clock till daylight, in such al-
ternation so to make the laborsofeach one equal.
See. 3. Be it further ordained, That said Po-
lice shall receive for such services, twenty-five
dollars for each and every month that said watch
shall perform said services.
Sec. 4. Be it further ordained, That notice
shall be giren and that application shall be re-
ceived by the Council for the election of said
watchmen in the same manner as for other city
officers appointed by said Council.
Sec. 5. Be it further ordained, That for neg-
lect of duty, or intemperance, any member of
said Police shall be hable to be discharged from
office by the Mayor, and to forfeit, not exceeding
onemonth's wages, at the discretion of the Mavor.
Sec. 6. Be it further ordained, That the'du-
ties of said Police shall be to apprehend all ne-
groes and vagrants that may be found in the
streets or other places during the time that said
Police is on duty, and perform any other duties
that may be prescribed by the Mayor, for the
quiet and safety of said city.
Passed Dec. 23d, 184'6i.
E. C. ROBERTS, Mayor,
W.. V.AurxV2, Clerk.
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.
Iror , Nails, &e.
0" TONS Swede Iron, assorted sizes;
20 100 kegs Nails, do..
4 casks Weeding Hoes, assorted qualities';
20 Blacksmith Steel Faced Anvils;
20 English and American Vises;
20 6" Bellows ;
12 dozen Spades and Sho-els;
10 Collins' Axes;
10 bxs Cotton and Woolen Cards;
1 ca-e R; ,%land's Cast Steel Mill Saws;
1000 lbs Cast and German Steel, for sale by
WM. G. PORTER & CO.
Dec 4 41 1rtr at r-,.


Nowill's Honey ofIAverw +-+^
TFOR, Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Spitting :.40
Blood, and all the affections of the-.R, am
leading to Consumption, warranted to be e.rmafm
ed of vegetable substances only, for salv y- I
augl IJ. C. ALL C.,,-;
C HEAP PUBLICAT1NS,-; jJst'received Ol2
"for sale by -
Nov 21 K. G. ALLS4IiN..L


Fine Boots and Brogans.
1 GCASES Gent's fine Calf Boots;
12^ 300 prs Brogans.
For sale at low prices, by' *)
Jan 9 F. KOPMAN.
Ladies' fine Kid and Walking
Shoes.
125 QPRS. Ladies' fine Kid Slippers;
125 150 prs. Walking Shoes;
100 colored and black Slippers.
For sale very low, by
Jan 9 F. KOPMAN,
Fine Fur and Silk flats.
1 0-'_ASES superior Fur and Silk Hats, which
12vare offered very low, by
Jan 2 .F. KOPMAN.


English Cambrics.
EXpected daily, per hark Magdala, 200 pcs.
fine English Cambrics, or Calicos, of* supe-
rior styles, which will be offered at the very
lowest prices, by
Jan 2 F. KOPMAN.
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


ALT-1000 sacks afloat andfor O ak -- **"''
S B W O O D & 6 +tt "; ...
Dec 12 Columbus os.
A N assortment of School. Bookgovjust 2weicil
and for sale by$ "
,Nov 21 V, *. -AU$Wc--
ANNUALS for 184.7; P-oems; Toy -BbILU &t', '
for sale by
Nov 21 J. C. AtLJM
Dr. Townsend's Sars su,*r1Ul6. ",
rpHIS invaluable and 'justly celibral *
T pound has just bWen received and for. "
Dec 26 J-.C. ALLtDruqOAL "
Uime, "- "* ,u ^<
f{ C.NSK$, best Trhomoi4atlf.tr^
Dec Up. woWUMAfcU
Dec 1o -...: Colnmlbus-l. : y


New Publications.
CONFE,,iSIONS OF A PRETTY WOMEN;
Richelieu-; Critchton; Emilia Wyndham;
Chevalier D'Harmantal; Livontan Tales; The
Bush Ranger, &c., &c., just received and for
sale by H. F. ABELL,
Nov 21 Druggist.


EXPORTS.
NEW YORK-Pership Floridian-1027 bales
cotton.
Per bark Eliza--710 'bales cotton.
Per brig Manhattan-586 bales cotton.
'FALL RIVEI,-Per brig Delaware-361 bales
cotton
BOSTON-Per brig WVellesby-378 bales cot-
ton.
PH)OVIDENCE-Per W4rak Trtoan-588 bales
cotton
NEW ORLEANS-Persehr PaJama-218 bales
cotton.
Per schr Hu-nter-164 bales cotton.

"REAM TARTAR, for sale by
C^ IepS H..F. ABELL.-


) Annuals for 1547.
T HE 1 Mother's Present," 1 Moss Rose," 1 May
Flower," -Christian Keepsake," Hyacinth.'
"Friendship's Offiering," "1Christmas Blossoms,"
Wordsworth's Poems," 1 Poetry of the Pas-
sions," 1Gems 7ro.rn American Poems," the
" Boquet of Flowers," Montgomery and Byron's
Poems'," 1. Poetry of the Heart," Elliott's Po-
ems," Christian Miniature," the 5 F6or4aGift,"
the '" Marriage Ring," the Casket of Jewels.,"
-Lbvest Thou Me," and the "1Flower Vase.,"
comprisea part of lhe above now oflered, for saie
by J. C. ALLEN.
Also, a large assortment of -S( hOl and Toy
Books, suitablhefor all the different ages of chil-
dren, + Dec 1,


Iron and Nails.
i! 0BARS Swede's Iron;200 kgs
10. 0 Nails, assorted sizes, for sale by
Dec 5 J. DAY & CO.
Idmwe. '
300 CASKS, just received and now landing
3 -00 front schr Geo Engs, for sate by
LOCKHART & YOUNG,
Nov. 14 ..... 53, Water street.


Oil Cloths and Carpets.
Q PCS Oil Cloth, 1 and 2 yards wide;
18O 3 pcs super Ingrain Carpeting;
3 Cotton "
2 Stair "
For sale by WM. G. PORTER &, CO.
Dec 5 41 Water street.


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M MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

PORT OF APALACHICOLA ....... January 9.
ARRIVED.
Jan 3-Bark J` W Blodget, Loring, fm Porto
Rico, to D B Wood & Co.
Jan 4-Ship Robert Watt, Jobnson, fm Liver-
pool.
Jan 6-BrigTybee, McCormack, fm New York,
to Nourse. Stone & Co. I
Jan 7-Schr Ontwa, Corsden, fin New Orleanr.
Jan 8-Sclir Santa R]osa, -- fm N Orleans
Steamer Augusta, McLean, fm Chattahoochee.
Steamer Marv A Moore, Moore, fm Columbus.
Steamer Eutula, Thompson, fm Eufaula.
Steamer Columbi, Stapler, fm Columbus.
Steamer Viola, Van Veghten, fm Columbus.
Steamer Bostoa, Morton, fin Colnrnbus.
Steamer Notion, McAllister, fm Columbus.
Steamer Champion, Cadwallader, fm Columbus.
Steamer Peytona, Greer, fm Columbus.
Steamer Albany. Griffin. fm Columbus.
Steamer Lotus, Allen, fm Columbus.
CLEARED.
Jan 2-Schr Panama, Forsvth, for N Orleans.
Brig Wellesby, Davis, for Boston, by D B
Wood & Co.
Bark Triton, Lure, for Providence, by T L
Milchel.
Jan 4-Schr Hunter, Trott, tor New Orleans, by
Chas Rogers & Co.-
Jan 7-Bark Eliza, Haynes, for New York, by
Dodge & Pratt.
Brig Manhattan, Johnson, for New York, by
Nourse, Stone. & Co.
Ship Floridian, Whitmore, for New York, by
Nourse, Stone & Cc.
Jan 7-Brig Delaware, Borden, for Fall River,
by Wood & Ballou.


For ent,
.BE THE Property on Centre st. known as
SS'i'the City Hotel. Apply to
.,iiS [nov21] D. B. WOOD & CO.


For Rent,
^HaTWO Front Offices, No. 36 Waterst.
_G &O Apply to
MIftL Jan. 9 GREEN & CONNERY.





























































































































































SALT--1000 sacks afloat and for sale by
D. B. WOOD & CR "
Dec 13 Colqmbus Row.


Refined Nitre and Alum.
- f\ KEGS eacb, just received and for sale by
IV hov48 If. F, ABELL


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AND
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They embrace the views of the three great
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Tory; the "Edinburgh Review," Whig; and the
Westminster," Radical. The "Foreign Quar-
terly" is purely literary, being devoted princi-
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Bagging and Rope.
100 CS Kentucky Bagging;
100' 100 coils Rope;
4. bales Bagging Twine, for sale by
WM. G PORTER & CO.
Dec 5 '41 Water street.


On Consignment.
0n BOXES Troy Soap;
O. 20 London Club ChamlAigne;
25 boxes Florida Leaf Tobacco;
For sale by B. S. HAWLEY,
Dec 5 28 Water street.


Blarak Books'and Siationcf.-"
rL EFERS.,-J-,ournr,-iai ,-rny okl<,7 & .- .. -
_. ..0' reams Foolscap and .Lrter Paper; .1'
0 (onc, n M memorandum M ook .i;
lShip a r, R,4 i o B ill? L ad i nhg ; .
Poooks (o rLetter Press:... -*^ r, ;." '
Btann'Iill-i0f"EXchahge and- etieck?,,- l,
Just received and*for sale by .... ......
March 1 .. H. A BELL L
pAINTS 'AND- O LS--56!egs No ''White"
Lead;' 200 gal-ls'Winter Lamp Oil; 300 naI 'h
Linseed Oil; 560bxs assorfitd IAss ; 500 IbsPiitl'
ty; 100 assorted Paint Brushes; -B-ct'Leaii?
Spanish Brown, Yellow Ochre, Green. PaiW,; ju6
received and for sale by- "; "...i .- a,| :; i
March 1 H.F. ABELL.
Painlts, OilsA &-c;, &IC. '" '
"UST received" per brig Alabama, from' New
J Y ork:. *. '. : ,. '. .';
80 kegs ground White Lead Ntd.l; *.-'! I
50 (-- do.-. do,-: do;,- 25 boxes. Glass assortedd sizes .:- ,-. ,^ -,d
50 Verdigrisgground in oij;;., -..
40 Paris Gren. do; ;, .^ ^ .,
20 doz. as'0C ried Paint Brushes' "" '
With every othed'aftiicfe usually 'employed -in
the painting:Business: For sale .by I
'' .. J.'T..-ALLEN, irugjij&t.1
Apalachiioola, Sepfto29"- : '' ; -- -; t
)on DOZ. Congress Spring'Water, ju"tIre-
-/U ceivedT-er brig Alabama-.nid.jfqy-qlee.by
S *gep tgg t J. C. ALLEN'... ,
Garden Seeds, Growth oKAAJ@,6
A N'assort"menit f Garden Seeds, just received"
j~jLandfo set,. ,-,;
Dec 1 ..:2 ""
C REAM TARTAR, for sale 6y.: ,.*,'
]se~ptS] Hi F, ABELI^.,


Salt.
11 SACKS afBat-and in store, for -sale byv
1100c D. B5 WOODl& CO.
.Dee 5 7 Columbus Row.





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State Tax Collector's Sale. |
B Y virtue of the power vested in me by law, I
shall expose for sale before the Court House
door in the county of Calhoun, on the first Mon-
day in July next, the following property situated
in the city of St. Joseph, or so much thereof, as
will pay the State and County Tax on the same
tor the year 1846 :
14 Lots unimproved valued at $50, purporting
,to belong to R C Allen's estate.
1 Lot unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to Robert Armstrong.
.1 Lot unimproved, valued at $-59, purporting
to belong to F G Arott.
3 Lots improved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to R Beveridge's estate.
4 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to A B Blackwell's estate.
1 Lot improved, valued at $200, purporting to
belong to George Clark.
,2 Lots improved, valued at $100, purportingto
belong to Wm Cromwell.
1 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to J N Copeland.
3 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to R K Call.
31 Lots unimproved, valued at $200, purporting
to belong to Wm P Craig.
3 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to W Colquit.
2 Lots unimproved, valued ut $50, purporting
to belong .to Colquit & Grant,
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 $53, purporting
to belong to John E.Davis.
2 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
' to belong to John Derrick.
20 Lots unimproved, valued at $100, purporting
to belong to John G Gamble.
8 Lots unimproved, valued at $10M., purporting
to belong to F G Gibson's estate.
2 Lots unimproved, valued ai .$50, purporting
to belong to E G Greenwood-
1 Lot improved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to James Goslin.
6.Lots unimproved, valued at $50, 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, purpoting
to belong to S K Hodges.
1 Lot unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to William Holland.
7 Lots unimpToved, valued at $50, -purporting
to belong to A K Hill.
1 Lot unimproved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to B S Hawyley.
1 Lot unimproved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to 1 B Inman.
2- Lots improved, ,alued at $50, ,purporting
to belong to G C S Johnson.
7 Lots improved, valued at $300, purporting to
belong to John 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 Kinne.y's estate,
Lot improved, valued at $200, purporting to
belong to J P Lockey.
I-Lot improved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to Doctor Lang.
1 Lot improved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to Abraham Low.
5 Lots unimproved, valued at,$50, purportiug
to belong to P Lathrop.
1 Lot improved, valued at $50, purporting to
belongto' C McEhran.,
9 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to Wm P Malone.
I Lot unimproved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to Thomas More.
I Lot improved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to Daniel Munn.
1 Lor unimproved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to J Ninnenger.
1 Lot improved, valued at 4{1!io_,pnrprting to
belong to Wm Patrick.
2 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to George Poe, jr.
2 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to Judge Pope.
1 Lot improved, Valued at $50, purporting to
; belong to Wm D Price.
2 Lots improved, valued at $100, purporting to
belong to Isaac Robinson.
2 Lots improved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to F A Ross.
3 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to A Ryan.
3 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to 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 Roberson & Everett.
2 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to Phineas Randall. -.
1 Lot improved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to George St Clair.
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, purpoiting
to belong to George Stewart.
1 Lot unimproved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to J Sweete.
i Lot unimproved, valued at 2lJO, purporting
to belong to Walter Thompson.
8 Lots improved, valued at $200, purporting to
belong to E J Wood's estate.
2 Lolls improved, valued at $200, purporting to
belong to Hez R Wood.
4 Lots improved, valued at $200, purporting to
belong to Carnot Woodruff.
1 Lot unimproved, valued at $.50, purporting to
belong to Charles Wilson.
2 Lots unimproved, valued at 50, purporting
to belong to J D Westcott.
8 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to P D Woodrnff.
1 Lot unimproved, valued at 50, purporting to
belong to William Wyat.


3 Lois 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, "'1811- 49-6m
HHDSSt. Croix Sugar;
-10J'20 do'Newv 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 L,-_.-d,-d Odil;
200 kegs-White Lead, No. 1, Extra and Pure.
For sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO.
Dee 5 41 Water street.
... ...-Cogress Spring Water
UST received per schr. LeRoy, and for sale by
March 21 J. C. ALLEN.


Dry Goods"
THE subscribers offer for sale a large and sea-
sonable stock of Dry Goods, consisting in
Fart of
Negro Kerseys and Linseys,
White and Red Flannels,
Plain and Fancy Jeans,
Double twilled Tweeds,
Super fancy Casameres, !"
Saper English and French Cloths, i
Whitney Blankets,10, 11 and 12 qrs.
Duffil Blankets, 8, 9 and 10 qrs. .
Denials, Kremlins and Cottonades,
Brown Shirting and Sheeting,
Cotton Osnaburgs, ,
Cdfton Drilling and Ticking,
Linen and Cotton Checks,
Irish Linen, Shirting and Sheeting,
Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting,
English, French and American Prints,
Extra super, plain and twilled Ginghams,
Super Cashmere d'Ecosse,
Extra super Muslin de Laine,
English, Scotch and American do.
Super Italian black and figured Silks,
Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs,
Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs,
English and American Cotton Hkfs,
Madras and Verona head.Hkfs,
Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose,
Super Marseilles and Worsted Vestings,
Cotton and Flax Thread,
Plain and fig'a Swiss and checked Muslins,
Jaconet and Cambric Muslins,
Needles, Pins, Tape, &c. &c.
Which have been selected with great care in
New York and Boston, from Importers andAgents
of Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates, and
are now offered at wholesale or retail on favorable
terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Dec. 5, 1816. 4t Water street.


S -"i., ''. .AV E O It I E S

CPN G ft E 91S OlAL GLOBE-


si6 .':N"^!', &t is 1 5 -"ion; through .the Joint
1A Li~t'i C,,n1, iaee <.l I',,?. two HoSuse's, having
au lVonz,,_,.t a 1,, -. ? b--..''iil]o.ii for the CoN-
c,ES .IO.'AtN (I L ..-_,13G .A. APPENDIX ; and the
Sona;e,'i r _'..|lit...n, ha ig directed the mode
.4 orp:eparii,,, tl,. roi H of i-ts proceedings, a-id
It I ,-- f ts
d "- aIR ri:eld tile S--.:ry .f the Senate to con-
tra.cOL_ lh.U .E-un1s. =,l, "Ilt iulating. that thefe-;.
'poris whe:i wriLten, wit a1u11 bhi ibi-:ct to the
S revi-sion; ofl! Ie -p,-.alk r_, the. CoM, -RL- x.-IO AI
G.tBE A A P P EXDN I; now offered tothepub-
i: -I( nothofly .a6 3 n ll i.ltl,.:iii.?, but as an official re-,
port iI..t Le pr,1.-,eelii,_', ,:I Congress, made under
lhei eve, and pi'blil.:,l n;,' :Ii 'i ,rirt ._f the body.
T he U.1-aer 1,'I ,eJ ., ;r, ,','i it t-i iliv 11-.-... of jour-
nalizing' l!ie pr.-,.:.?: .I ,.; 1 ,,f Congress, w which,
.' tlf,.^ ai-;.t .d i: t.. *,. |' :, i,.-:,.. w ith the aid and
1 IF e. I- '1." ?!1'-_u e .,-1 ,, .,' ,".,t -"Ss T heir publi-
l") *' ; can',)' \v i. [l ,'t :i i ] '' ,1, one that gave each
su',*p''ni ','.:, i '. H* .n re in both yr th:-s
_C iC, r, aI.-.:, l .,. i ,tl the debates ; C ,.,Iry
ii p,,rtian \,, ',.1; I',. in A il.,,bndix, including at
: Ifalfle gtli all l'r-. rL-\ :,.. speeches delivered
during .thes w ,,
he work, a-s it is I.,v to be conducted by
them, will he f.,,,i.l a m -.;r perfect political his-
Iory. Th- S&-iil.-r.. from the States and the Re-
preant-ati'.e!. ,,,nm every section of the Union
if h lfr '.vitl. trei r, i It., C ,..-cs a knowledge of
.... the -eIt ^ s 'it n,,.,ir,- and interests of their
several' c.,'1'titie .',.-. Public opinion and the
Spubli' inl..,m i.-,-,1, I, it exists among those they
r epruQ-n,- n re. t !.v.li.h 1 by them ; and in the;
cru,,ibl., Of" C,'.,, resr's t!he wisdom of our times is
br,.,:htl t., it-4 1, --r,"a,,id is there concentrated, in
:. ... d irecti, tr Ile ,l..I.tical _1,,, .,,,-., i of the w hole
".*" cop, try.' The ,,, i tiiu s++es i',,.it *,..: 7 through Con-
(6e. [l'.roin e\oi % ,i qaruter react upon the nation as
..- r-<. a-wvlhole,aiil all ,is.( n!''s''rcn' parts are made to
*ro,-it, e i C,:-..nr,,' ot i, pi. qi, lr'es cannot be'm ore
-. tis['ullv ,:rf pl,.,,]I I than in condensiing and agair
'-. sprea-lin[, al...- the-intelligence of* our free
c:-urirry 'eidi,', t.. iu:.h happy results through
" our ;al'no-t inir..'ul..-udy adjusted State and Na-
; ti,-,m l m 'in t ut ,,nti .
tinli n i.ditili.-.,. onirselves with'fhe Vlan of
.. -,' advancig the usefllness of' C..,',:-, by publish-
::. ;. ii,; fill :[ ,.] ir **afi-M -.r.i,, rr. and: having a large
int-33 t the C,)o-.vbfR-sSioqATL GLOBE AND AP-
pi.'l'rx.V i'id Aduring the last twelve years,
'* .,.A ln<-h ,.vould 1b impaired; in value to us and util-
.. i, it\ Jr to t | I.,i'-,l-.:'-if the work were discontinued,
,\e~h~ave a-doubl-e motive t, prompt us to extend
: It |Ir'..,,;''i ,1 -"ti,,v '.. t.-. W e 'are esolved, if
pI's'i',l-, to:, give'' ir 'permianence, and to hand it
5 ,lJ.?.\,rto i.,I,., ...... ;.1 -is a standard work., worthy of
lh,: I II [f il,,l ji,_.A, and improved. W e shall en-
t':.r t',., I .-, ir I ,I'iiv I -ndertakii)g without being dis-
Ir .i l -,r bI.i' :.n J b. .--,,y a ,-I,:i:,t, l ibors of
t+.) .-pre -. ; i., lli,.Io u i*I. ii 0?..j, A itall hope
t,:',.j .i~ i- t'li -" v _-r ir -, ,., ,1 1 j''t- ,\] .:. of the
qri, i-r, al p,,,,ii; ., xol t ,,,ii. 'i\'nit.l a'vi~ew
a ". i'|] .I halb(one or the other)
In a I te dirld.lice (.Al C ..I I-L ,..
.Thii I 'p...,r \% ll ii.,r hi afrected by our party
bias. \Ve b..:- ieve e yCon.n'.,.:rofCotgress will
be.ir wit,-,s that our'reports are full and fair.
-,,Ttii? C.,' ]e-s,,,.fl GLoba is made up of the
daily u:,,'u.e,-'dina:_ ,-,l Iiie-two H ouses of Con-
gr.v.s, ,a tl pirite-.J on = .i,rfi, double royal pa-
pier; witlh -,all l-V !lievier and nonpareil,) in
quirt) l.rwm. c-.:',i i iiiber containing sixteen
IN,,'il ,ql .'irt I ptv e-. Tli- s)ee tes of the naena-
beir, in tlis tir--t I'.t, are-condensed- the full
repart 1oV thia |iiri'r .,d speeehe1a being reserved
l. or. the. A lIpei> Ihs. A ll rI .-i.> I..ti.- n.O and
Qoth?i.- -)r,jL'eeed ;':, ,ir.-. i],,'i 111 th :- l :il ot" the
J"ur l -i, wt h 'if --" \ .- t i d nays on every -irgp.o-..
V.tq.n 1 l 4?-1ton. :- "
:_ TlIv. A p,.-n'h i. ,ri.l, u) of the President's
&n ul'M l,;I.- )-e, tli r.-ports of' the principal
okficer-_ of tile G.Oe.1r.1 ,... that accompany it, and
al-l aSpeeche?- ..,I inemi'r--r3of Congress, written.
(.. ,t oir rei i-,.I by thel ,i;.,lves. It is printed in
tt&.-'- _lI-llrm a th.? C >n{re-sial &lobe, And
q.iua lI makes.s ab.:,ut tlie same number of pages
dm'ijg a s,_ts?,-n.
b "6Jrii'n'z Ihe firsl nri-loh or six weeks of a sess-.
ii,'lihere is rio:ly ei.1r-w, business done than will
ln.uke 1w. ril:n')f_ :i 'v,--.?k -;)ne of the Congres-
sio.nl Gk.,)-' o ,il ,--in.: ,I f'i8 Appendix ; but dur-
in.-, Ilhe r.?m i,,,ler ,lI i -;ssion, there is usually
s,.;iB t;ri4-ittk?'r ,l'jr ix. .,. | nil7 ri '.i.."Jl of "each
tL-v '1. w'ee. nTit" ,,:Kt.sssion will be unusually
inter'etlnz.Z; ,...- e..r -e-wecalcula-we that the Con:
g'esi.3rn'3l 3 l.v*,.* G .v I 'Ippendix together will make.
near 15Q0ala-rgei quarto :pages, .printed in, small
r\ p1).- Ibrev : r and-, nonpareil. We furnish com-
;let,_? '[n,'l;\''_~ to r') .,' ,t the end of a session.
'WY- Inv.': .-,, fi and the Cooxgressional Globe and
App p,,ndix f., tl,.: last fiLteei sessions of Congress,
ni.id.'Uk-:, t-,Z..l'r-r fiflr een L I, .:I royal quarto vol-
umes, which Hv. 'il -. H.,unbound, for $41 ; or
1)^i.,rJ1., \:ith R.. -.; *,-, 'and corners, for s, o'..
Th'.,_e whi.., \.*,,t Hi- baek voliumes should apply
f~or i~l 'te ni rnin .=- I i .;.,? as :they are in dem and.
CDJ :.;."' .'- ,,i''.ri:.1 tor 3 t1 com plete sets during
tj^-.,vg' trt -._-_-,,,r.:. The p~rp~oeedi.ngs'.of" Con-
gresa.-lor tli'e: 1 r._f .iii-e years cannot be procured
(rull'."any n'i,,?r -. ,.irce-G'ale:.- & Seaton having
st,)fped p~riii~u- lhei-r.Register of" Debates iu
o \\r'e wvii e;r, d,:av~or .to print a su'iceie.9t number
of. surplus copies (.**,.%i~i;'i ail-that may be mis-
carried, or lost i-'it~he:-,mails; but subscribers
-shold beT.?rv paijitr- if, i to file their papers care-
fully, f.,r fearii [ijt W -' i.:,.ii .nut be-abie 'to sup-
ply''/ llthe* los~t pumbcr.-!.: ;. --
,> TERiM'S.
l.'.r o'l'e c.'"i';, "f-ti.1,, C.,.,-'i :i.',..i Globe. .$i 00
For one copy of li,.- _-\r'i-''l, i I;. .*. .. .. ..... 1 00
F ,or. ;'sv g-, ':'. --,l, : ,,f -j.= ',=:.,, ..,' | --i'r ,-,f-b-oth .. .5 00
The .money "may be remitted by mail- at our
lisI?. 'T lI,7 .-:ils-' a,,i I ,.: t .v..i,-t.: rem it is, to pay
[hle a'jn.,,ii,;t 1.', tli. .f": r ,,- ,' -r.-r w here you reside,
an't ta.:-; fr'om tLim-a r.- .: :.ii ',) according to the
follow~iu; f'ur.i :. *
** T P T 0 v r rC E -- 18 4
"R(,'*(i"--' dfroi-'i ./ G -- dollars -- cents,
.for-l._: GloW.1!:. from w'ic',I have deducted one
p1er e'^nl... ii.,i l ,"i ,rge.1 i,,,., I/', in my .,.','o,,,,!
.--^oth- the^ Gene,'a! Post 0 n,-.,, nwith the balance.


T'ep,.rnPf..,'ul4," ,,/" fV,' i city will pay
1tMa-biT;f.' ;ie.i' bi- B.'.! "" _&Riives, or to their order
oi the bar1(e of this ,'.,!,
Postsaster. "
The rulelso 6the C, ,.]i ,l "Post Office Depart-
ment 4atr"',iZe suchl receipts to be given, and
pMid where, when 'l. i lniiuit n..s rnot exceed $10.
Whren lt.exceeod $,t,,. it i, ]I..% r to remit .as much
as possible Jn b.ink notes, and the Postmaster's
receipt Jfor the' balance. The Postmaster's re-
ceipt should be sentdirecled to us, and not to
tl~e P,.,s in'i'rt'of, this city, as some !,,:-r:.-,i] rire
in tlie',atibi-' .rf doing .The money "h,,',lll be'
here,'by vhe 7Ith of Docember, at farthest, to pro-
cy-e.ill'"ii,]inbijr-. If rt here by that time,
we I'*n1y i,, b', al.). t.) ',n.iish the first numbers,
P,:opritt,:,r 'l -,v';:''-pr who copy this Pros-
p)e2':.fl;'!< ',,, ,-,,,l ,. ..; ? '-',!,y of-their paper con-
-:* taiian., it. m irked ir..'i,,d with a pen, to direct
our att.Eptioi t..st. -}lrll h i.:* their names entered
* on our boak. for one copy'of the Congressional
Globe afld-A-ppi\- ienii- during the ,Session.
Oir'1pr,:es -.'i-'iei" pape rs are so low that we
cannot afford to credit them out; therefore, no
persi3hnri-;e'l consume his time in writing for
thldeii (finl,?.j hi sh, firds t], ., n '* ,
^ '"' ', ...... "' J BLAIR & RIVES.
W A W." ', O..I.*15. 1 1 &1,
r-s= .. .. Liasie.

t3 jrU ".1 .... D. B. \\ ,.,:>il x _-,_.


A


Calhoun Circuit Court.
John F. 0. Thomas, )
vs. } Bill for Divorce.,
Marinda Thomas. )
TrHE 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 Ithait said defendant be required to ap-
pear and answer the bill of complaint, on the
first-Monday in March, 1841, and in the fault
thereof, the said- bill shall be .taken pro cofeso,
and that this oder 'be published 1n some news-
paper in this State for two month's before -the
day ordered for the said hearing.
GEO. W. MACREA,
Judge of Southern'Circqit, ,
P Presiding in the Western Circuit,.
(A true copy--Teste.)
H. W. ROWLEY, Clerk G. C. C. C.
Calhoun County, Dec. 21. dec28 HQ0:m


^^a that he is npw. rqcdff A *dditte-
<^ al supply, wh h*kI Ib:o f&
steel, ritlderd, his maiomtBm t .an n .H-, 1 4
and c complete. "Enguhs,' FahV-Qll,
American. Drugs; CQmmeh ;,J*1rfuW l,!r |
andDruggists. Gla ware, &c., &, g! M d
to P h y s ic ia n s "C o u nt ry "M r ch an f a "a nd.. f 3 LS ."
the most liberal term--all'" w hi?el7 W
pure and unadulterated. -',t id' f,. I
H. F: 'F.' "
Whdo lesal d'Real -D l'gf .i, I i
.' -; 45$W~t'ftor.t,.,.
Apailachicol?; Nov. 21, ,'-,,., -
.Drds 'and TWO'dictli -'"" T
THE subscriber has, ;68i *M *
e|3 onsranfly have,ofih~b a da mie6 li ,*j
------'- -asotmen "of' DWRG6 d 'MEDt'
H a CINES wnic6.bdwiftwarNttlw&A
| afnd, of the best qbity..I p gtq|
.Merrhankts and PlantotCT~l,-.find ft
to their advantageJt9 call, e ,-rmine a^,pice ;
"Goods, .befre purchasing elshere. "...at. '
N. B. Physician's prescripliobh- .f lift
care anddaccurafcy at any hour of'fiecv'_ hlkw.










TFOR (6e cure ofbDisepsaia"- or Idig@ t'BiJ',
ious and nervous Headch .C s
Diarrahoea, Gout- Rheumatism,- Gfvel,F1 ,
lency, &6.. ioir sale wholesale a l*6`etail, by 11 |
Dee, 12. J. C- ALLEIY,,Drgp -t.
Tarranfs Compound -,tftoet *
Cubebs anl Copavla.-. .,:- o.-f,
-^ Stands. unrivalled'for itw
efficacy; it perlbr~mn cow.
in a few days-no -cjfMn
menrt or restrictioq, in diet,.
ia necessary. It. will,,b,.
found invaluable, be-In'p"Aii
'pared wjlh' he 'grilul'
possible care, -upon *W'ell
tested principles, foundedf,
upon that important lar,
first established by the cel-
ebrated Dr.-Frdyci, iAz:
S' that axcombination ofisim.
ilar remedies would produce a more'etai,
speedy, and considerable effect, than nyrqquig _
lent dose of any single one.' In many case? t -:
disease is entirely prevented by its tjmeiy aB :S
cationf: Fcrsaleby '_'"Vi-"l
Dec 12 J. C. ALLEND'u^ .'*.-.'1.--
Balsam., wt Liveryroitj ,1
A REMEDY most; perfeft is aqid4 'ov'.te
-discovered 'in selt]ed Cohsim-pt'ipe, J.veT
Complaint, or; ariy of their incipi71 byjpt-6inp
166 the hrono-Thermal systera, by "ih'fe fi"
Doctor TAY-OR'S celebraWd medfd~i,- AIb
Genuine BALSAM OF Liv rA.oET, whiri hb b r
pares at 375 BOWERE/ This Plan of-reatment,
ttov espdose' hy seyrat emiaent phy~jliaqs-j4,
nar has been far long ,.tra/thle ecrm o I.1b1
Wnpa'rale61 4 -feess whiCh has, attended D4,1to,
Taylor's. medicine in _performing its wond la'tl
cures, which in many, vety, many ca, "..ave
been atlnost i'ncre'di'be,'blitthe'onclusie et pt
the Doctor can bring'foi'wad -are irresistibte','atA
we advise all who may have coughs or ;ifp
colds even, to use this perfect specific wiriwul
Sdetay. "Franklin sayt a small l-ak fwi ffifct
big ship." Therefore; cure your cough-Lbefort
yolar-tlngs are past cure. Fer sale I') .
J. CQ.ALLEN, Sole Ageni f r "
Apalachicoha..
CAUTION-The genuine Doctor TATa a
BA.SAL M OFr IVERWORT, "has orn'hIe bol A.
splendid-steel plate engraving;, fo preifn -"
tcrteits signedd by Gnrdony J. Leed,-;any- oteivi
vile. at)?angerous imitations, and th'e public ar6
cautions -.sot to purchase rp-deal in iris iti
protected by.;he U. S. Copy Right Laus.. *.,
March 21, 1846. l =ly- ,.. ... 7 '.
Tarrant's El'ervcsenf ; 9Se n "
S.o .- .*Aplerient. -* -. Ti
T EAILTWH*RENPEWED, and.:an-i*we~Ss~
HJ and healthful Condition of bodv lradDcfd
by the use vf TARRANT'S EFFERVESCENT
SELT.ZER.APERI.ENT.:.: i- ,: -. -.: .f
This preparation is. ,universally altedrile#!(o.,i
,the most poputa- remedy, of fbe present . fn
the prevehtion'and cure of Indigestion, Biovo
anei Liver !Complalnls, Nervous Weaakness,,Head"
alih e, H eaftl.urn, h abifui al'C 6 "stir en -es4 & C ..' .. ..
Traveller.s and residehis in %v-afm'cclimna1s U'i'
Aind it'a desimble articlet; if prevents Eny 'Acc"r-
mulation of bilejis potable; and the liiefhod.bf
preparation ts UntUally: c,,ehierit.,:i-if ii .M ftt
h aVe freq qent, .occa.siin_ for-geM!:iand^-tloai
purgative_;. hey UI1. 1ke, ,this',,apeffent JBIe-
ference to .any other. Sold wlholesrfe and Telailb
'*N v,'). 3. C. A LLENJ, D r~g. i~t, ., ;
.:. f)[BgS, McldKiines-Ac. ,, ."
A- LAROE(;, and fresh supply: cf Dryg, M~ediri
.1cines, ing articles -:-50 doz:Castor Oil, qts,"p(p%'ahl fir
pts', 5 bxs Houck's Panacea ; 10 "bxs '0lire Dil '
410 kegs Epscmn Salts ; 10 b'his Coldprras ; 10 lIbS
Gum Opium; 20 lbs Sutphate'Q~uinine; .'20 doz
London. Mustard ; Herbs of al1- kinds;-20 lb
Nutme-gs i 15" firs Stareh\ 20-bxs;-Imoan &'i'rtp ,
10 kegs Pearlash ; -2 gross Seidietz and. So'"
Powders ; 20 lbs Eng.1i~sh Calomel ; 20 'doz; Spl.
Turpentine, and.a~ge~eral assor m en t:f all w\\i^
ties in the Drug line, for Country Mezclg.ate^
Planters and Physicians. For sale by. L.- ,".
M arch r ... vH. F. ^ E L


Vallhoun Circuit Court. ..
IN OPEN COURT-DEcEMBER TERM, 1846.
In Chancery.
Elizabeth McBryde, )
vs, l Bill for Divorce.
William McBryde.
TT 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 Apri,
1847, and in At.JfaNlt thereof, the-ame shsal be
'taken pro confesso, ana 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&ut hern Circuit,
Presiding in the Western Circuit.
(A True Copy-Teste.)
H. W. ROWLEY, Clerk C. C. C. C.
Calhoun County, Dec. 21, 1846 dec26 49-3m

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G REEN & CONNERY, No. 36, Water street,
have just received and offer for sale
125 sacks Green Rio Coffeee, (new crop;)
100 barrels Northern and Western Flour;
200 Old Rectified Whiskey;
100 boxes while, pale and brown Soap;
5 hhds N. 0. Sugar; 5 do Muscovado do;
20 casks Bacon Sides and Shotders-;
5 Hams; ,
20 barrels Clarified Sugar;
IQ~boxes Loaf- .. do.
50 Sperm Candles;
20 barrels N E Rum.;
10 White's Baltimore Gin;
10 Domestic Brandy;
10 NO Molasses;
50 boxes English Dairy Cheese;
50 pieces Kentucky Bagging ;
30 coils Rope;
10 bales Alicant Mats;
80 bxsand hlf-bxs (new crop,) -Mal. Raiiins;,
10 Lemons;
75 Manufactured Tobacco;
25 cases assorted Pickles;
30 barrels Mackerel, Nos 2 and 3 ;
20 haltfbbls do do';
20 boxes assorted Syrups;
20 chests and boxes Gunpowder and Hy-
son Teas;
10 chests and boxes Powchong Teas;
2 half pipes Old Cognac Brandy;
10 baskets 'IHeidsieck" 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.


N OTICE.-Six months after date, I wilI apply
to the Hon. Probate Court of Franklin
County, for a final discharge from the adminis-
tration of the estate of John C. Perkins, late of
said county, deceased.
JAS. M. SHACKELFORD, Adm'r.
Apalachicola, Nov. 21, 1846. 44-firn


NOTICE-=All persons having claims against
Joseph Foster, late of Franklin county, de-
ceased, are requested-to present tlie same duly
authenticated, within the time prescribed bylaw,
or this notice will be plead in bar of their reco-
very, and all persons indebted to said estate, are
'requested to make immediate payment.
WILLIAM FOSTER, Adm'r.
Apalachicola, Nov. 21, 1846. 44-2m
Administrator's Notice.
SIX months after the publication of this notice,
I shall apply to the Court of Probates of
Franklin County, Florida, for letters of dismis-
sion from the estate of David C.- olb, 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.
OyHN GILL sH6, iTER, Adm'r.
August 11, 1846, 31-6m ..
OTICE,-Six months after public ion of
"this notice, application will be made to-the
Hon. Judge of bProates for. Jackson county, for
a final settlement of the administration of the
estate of William Bryan, deceased, late of said
county. ELIJAIi BRYAN,
June 30,1846. 2 M ....."Administrator.


PRINTS ONLY.
NEW FALL STYLES,
At the extensive Establishment of
LiEE & BJREWSTER,
44 CEDAR STREET, N. YORK,
Where are concentrated nearly all the NEW
STYLES of PRINTED CALICOS which have
been produced in this country, or imported for the
fall trade, and are offered for sale for CASH OR
APPROVED CREDIT at
Prices Greatly Pediiuced
Within the last few days.
{CI- Purchasers are guaranteed the prices-and
allowances made for a given period.
0:3- Catalogues (renewed and corrected daily)
-regulating the prices-are placed in the hands
of buyers, and sent with goods ordered.
New Yirk, August, 1846.


F RANCIS KOPMAN has for sale:
English and American Prints;
Bombazine and Silk Alpaca;
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 Handkerchlies;
,Hosiery-of every doacrip'tiuu ,
Straw Bonnets and Woolen Hoods;
Kid Slippers and Walking Shoes;
Colored and Black Gaiter Boots;
Calf and Kip Brogans;
Calf, Seat 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.
A-)alachicola, Dec. 5, 1846.


State Tax Collector's Sale.
NOTICE is hereby given, that six months af-
ter date, I will expose to sale at public out-
cry, opposte the CourE Hoduse door in the city o6,
Apalachieola, the following property, to wit :-
Lots Nos. 9 and 12, block El, in the city of
Apalachicola, property belonging- to Calhoun &
Bass.
Lot No. 1, block J, in the city of Apalachieola,
property belonging to H. A. Norris.
Lots. Nos. 6 and 7, block C2, in the city of
Apalachicola, property belonging to Jacob Har-
vey.
To be sold for taxes of 1845, and the charges
th it have accrued thereon.
JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff,
and ex-Officio State Tax Collecfor.
Apalachicola, Sept. 22, 1846. "97-drn

State and County Tax Collectors_
Sale.
BY virtue of the power vested in me by law,
six months after date'I shall expose for sale
before the Court Hoiues, in the city of Apalt.ch-
icola, Franklin County, the following deseibiM
property, belonging to the Apalacfiicola Land
Company, or so much thereof as will pay the
State and County Taxes due thereon for the year
1 8 4 6 : .
Wharf Lots Nos 7, 8, 9-100 feet each.
Lots 6 and 7 in.Block-17.
Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, in Block 18..
Lots 4, 7, 8, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17,!18, in Block E2;.
Lots 6, 7, 13, 14, in Block F2-.
Lot 3 in Block D?.
Lots 4, 7, 8, in BlockA."
Lots 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, in Block 4.
Lots 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 in Block 8.
Lots I to 10y in Block 19.
Lots 1, 2, 03, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, in Block 24
Lots 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, in; Block 2G.
Lots 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, in Block 45.
L6ts 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, in Block 46.
Lots 1 to 10, in Block 54.
Lots 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, in Block 35.
Lots 2 to 10, in Block 34.
Lots 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, in Block 188.
Lots 2 to 19, in Block J1.
Lots 1 to 20, in Block L1.
Lots 1, 5, 7, 8, 9 in Block 9.
JOHN LUCAS,, Sheriff,_
and ex-Officio Tax Collector Franklin Co.
Apalachirola, Nov. 21,1846. .4-13m.
Tobacco;
Qr'HALF boxes Manufactured .", W L Roane"
S7 Brand.
44 half boxes Manufactured '1W Price" Brand.
39 do. ,
28 .... W Barlow" -
48 22 lb. boxes ,. "IJ W Morgan" "
1-2 lb Lumps.
5 boxes Manufactured ,J"W Morgan" Brand
Premium.
5 boxes '" "cNapo-
leon's" Brand "Magnolia."
5 boxes Manufactured Napo-
leon's" Brand "Strawbery."
50 20 lb boxes Manufactured "Napo-
leon's" Brand ",Magnolia."
9 boxes Manufactured Morford"`' 16nev Dew
10 Crates Crockery; 10,000 Florida Segars.
30 doz Negro Caps; 60 d-oz Hoes, assorted."
Ingrain Carpeting, Cotton Cards, Trace Chains.
.For sale low to close consignments, by
LOCKHART-& YOUNG,
Nov. 14 33 Water'street.
OFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND PHOENIX
ML_ BITTERS, just received and for sale by
Nov 28 H. F.ABELL, Druggist.
TOLGER'S Olosaonian, or All Healing Balsam,
i' for Consumption, Asthma, Coughs, Liver
Complaint, and all Adiseases -of the'throat and
lungs, for sale by
April 11 H. F. ABELL.
Flavouring- waters, .
AN assortment just received, and for sale by -
A Nov 29 J. C, ALLE.N, Druggist.


S'. Stevenson & Co.
,No. 45 Water and Jo. 2 Chestnut sts.
Are now opening their Fall stock of Staple
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c., which they
offer for sale low for cash or city acceptance.
Apalachicola, Oct- 24, 1846.
Removed by Fire.
THE subscriber has taken the store corner of
Chesnut and Commerce streets, where he
will be happy to see his friends and the public
generally. I will receive by the ship Floridian
now due at this port, an assortment of Drugs,
Medicines, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, and Patent
Medicines. J. C. ALLEN,
Oct. 24 Druggist.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
T HE. Copartnership heretofore existing under
the name and style of WOOD & CO.," is
dissolved by limitation. H. R. WOOD,
P. W. CULLEN.
Apalachlcola, Sept. 21, 1846. 37-5t

H. R. .WOOD,
ill continue the Auction and Commission
WBusiness as usual under the firm of WOOD
&CO
At Private Sale.
SUPERIOR WHITE WINE AND CIDER
VINEGAR.
0n BBLS. best White Wine Vinegar,
20 10 do. do. Cider do.
by WOOD & Co,
Oct. 31. 4t 2 Columbus Building.
White Lead.
5000~ LBS, a superior article, just re-
0 0 ceived and for sale by
Nov 21 H. F. ABELL, Druggist.
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. &e.
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.


A CARD.
N SEYMOUR takes this method of inform-
ing the citizens of Apalachicola and lis
vicinity that he has removed down on the corner
of Water ard Centre streets, and feeling tbank-
ful for the patronage heretofore extended to him,
be 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.
Muslins, India Book.
do. Swiss, Luce and Colored.
Edgings, Lisle, Cap and Thread.
Shawls, Damask Silk.
do. Marino.
do.. Plaid Wool.
Kid, Lace and Siik 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.
Apalachieola, Nov. 14, 1846.
Building Lots for Sale or to Rent.
SEVERAL Lots well situated in different parts
of the city. Apply to
NO.URSE, STONE & CO.
Dec 12 46 Water street.


For Sale,
0n CASKS superior Bacon Sides;
30 4 c cc c Shoulders;
50 bbls Whiskey; 100 do. Flour;'
NOURSE, STONE & CO.
Dec 26 46 Water street.
For Hire,
A NEGRO WOMAN. Apply at this office.
Dec 5


ANNUALS for 1847; Poems; Toy Books, &c.,
for sale by
Nov 21 J. C. ALLEN
Salt.
1 "0" SACKS Liverpool on board bark
V V USarah Sheaff, for sale by
Dec 5 J. DAY & CO.


M OFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND PHOENIX
BITTERS, just received and for sale by
Nov 21 J. C. ALLEN.
]Lime.
300 CASKS, just received and now landing
300'from schr Geo Enas, for sale by
LOCKHART & YOUNG,
Nov. -14. 53 Water street.


UININE, CALOMEL and CAMPHOR, just
received and for sale by
Nov 21 H. F. ABELL, 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.


PEASE'S Clarified Essence of Hoarhound
SCandy-a fresh supply just received and& for
sale.by H : ". F. ABELL,
Nov 21 Druggist.
Lamp Oil.
W INTER STRAINED, a very superior ar-
ticle, just received and for sale by
Nov 28 H, F. ABELL, Druggist,


WTISTAR'S'and S.. ..-I.s Balsam of Wild
Cherry, just received and for sale by
Nov 28 J. C. ALLEN.


r.--To-w Isie-|l-l '% Sarsp' ri'iIll.s.
THIS invaluihle aqi,. ,ui-tlc e,-lLraitt com-
p. I,, nIlha- ilitbeen r .-,:; ved and for sale by
-e) : ',. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist,




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"OTrP ThirJ Story r i't7"ir lug; steadfastly upon the two armies now this intervals of battle of Quebec, with this
no.-ir.n-rc-i: anJ CUf-ta-it : I I -II. JI. Butt. Dr. A. TV. CIZ:11mnn, :arrayed in order of battle. It was a clear glare, smoke and cannon Arnold and Montgomery on that cold day

p.Pg -- I I I FORWARDING AND: COMMISSIONMERCHANT {;rj- Office over the Drug Store of B. S. hawley, biacing; clay mellow with I the richness (,f,I I that I strange you may soldier see riding: madly on" forward, I break of Decrmher ihiriy-first, 1775 even
mounted
TE1MS.&citrTI31Ilr'e: (entrance on Chestnut street.) 'Residence at the Autumn ; I the sky was cloudless the folia r f black as death.; his steed, those men of iron fl"lIlJad. terrified at the
\ : : : DPP S:: Aplncliicol.1. Fa. ho'ue !lately occupied[ by Dr. lialtzcll. of the woods si g hr.
i" aivanre: or $j 5') if ) '' scarce tinned with purple and I Look! at him, as with his ( "
it(: paid January .Ice read with Thai
S. Iff. IN'icIiersoii 1MO. 2-tfW. gold: ; the buckwheat British cliff i is (too steep-ihiar death i i. too
thereafter. on yonder fields frosted blood he
,-Y.ithi! or el 0 J if pud waves his sword and shout:
"l : ZATO subscription taken for a 1 less DEALER IN CLOTHING, HOOTS, SHOES, G. Itf. Davis! ; into snowy ripeness. I to the legions. IW cannot persuade them

.' :noaths-and S:! will\! invariably b I I HATS, CAPS, &c. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, It was a calm clear day, but the trend of that I cannon, you !see l him fighting I lo advanrc. Tie! Amerii-an,, hate Tost tlUt1if"ld.
Iin s glare the
: willow $ 1\ 1 Columbus mock next moment he I Even Morgan that
:btt j'riod. NJ pi;)T :> legions shook the I Iron Man among
Offers services to the Fiom
J ill an-MM;M are paid, unless at the _Dc 12 ApalachIicul33 Fa.Chirles public in cither of the bush shot the ground. every is away ofTyonder, leading mime forlorn hope ]Iron Men-leans" on his rifle, and despairs
above of
glimmer
<-'NIn i tor. I I capacities. ; the rifle barrel, on up the slcrp! chiT of the
.tDVIIT14',!-:'I;'r-Olc; : pare 1 t : I Rogers: John ;Munn. Eugene W. Rogers. lie will practice regularly in Franklin Cal- CAc.ry hillside !blaze the sharpened bayonet. Js it not a magnificent si ht..to that field.
see But
look Vonder! In this
or \\fit) will 'i-1 in! grt
"'"'\r fr thr Sr<1, and fifty Co: ,it.; COMMISSION; I MERChANTS, a special retainer, act as Counsel: in any Court here the banner of the Stars: -yonder the Steed, dashing like a all i is dismay and horror. lir '. clashing on,

'tine:1t: inol ?rtioi.rotifn Water street, of the Middle or Western Circuit. He wi13Iso! Kfd Corss gonfalon. long;: rolumns of battle ?rnetecr through the comes the Black! Horse and his Kitlrr.Tirtt .

.' "vho alv-rfi: s br te _Dec 12 Apalachicola, Fa argue: cases in the Court Appeal* at Tallahassee Here in solid lines were arrayed the Continental And all the while : Rider beniU from his steed! ; yon
<:ount will !bmith ; b-it; ill :a 1\- --- -- -- .- ---- the sessions of which! he will always: be soldiers Maj. Armstrong, spurring can see his phrenzi11 Hicr now co'eredith

,./tjictly nirtii-ni: ; to their ow:i I>. B. Wood & Co., present at, un'os' prevented by accident. homely pausing on their arms i their i his steed to the utiiioot pursues him, sweat, and cll1s?. and l.luoil. He lays his

'a' aU hll! alwrtisrnjut* S'lt in COMMISSION) FOnWARDIGlIEnCIIAXTS. ApalaehiroK' : Septembers; 1S4C.. tile when costume I looking i !but t poor and hum I but in vain. He shouts to him. but the hand on that bold rifleman' shoulder.
charged at t'j tirnl I r.ite. compared with the blaze of scar- j warrior cannot her.r. He
a; :? I can sec the Black "
::J* AH! l Mil aj.' rti tIH'lts \-0. 7, Columbus Row, U. E. Owens, let unifoims reddening: ; along; yonder hills I [Horse, through the lifted folds of battle "Come now .! "on he cries : "!Jou will not f.-ifme

'If I : :t ,';":'l!. !\"\'. 2==-;, iS 1';. Anil-ichicoh, Fla.WM. ATTORNEY: AT LAW pud! over the distant field?. A ii, i that hunt I smoke now and then he hears the Rider's The rifleman knows that ( though
f 3il! will; b char sd shirt of .Irr. As ;
*: five IM :? ; : -- ------- ---- l.1.1"TOnaruour County, Alabama. ing blue was but a rude dres?, shout-
yet
fir W. SIMS. '\'.. living fire had. been poured! into hit veins,
I in ('3'I.li.hI'! j o'5-c.: : W. CHECVER.Sisns on the lath
: September "Warren
April 20! l'lf!. 2-tf scarce two weeks Ho Warren Upon them he
; (53;:: Ml :i1''rtN-ft tfoA a ; !; A C wc'\'cr. ago, on these very hills, it taught the scarlet charge!" grasps his rifle, and starts towards>> he
I |h> a" "n.' 1'11.-1 I with thv; cis'i! or A. 1 Scutnics rock.
COMMISSION: I ;MERCI II .ANTS, coated Briton a severe l lesson; of Let us look for
I tt) h.'I" 1001.1'11"1.t (:O- 0Iice: No. (C Columbus! Buildings: ATTORNEY AT L A 'W. humility.line repentanceand I clouds of battle. a moment through; these "Come on cries the Rider! of the

-- t'pcl-2 Apalachicola. Fia.1)b'ItS. c::;- Office, J\,",>. 2 dipt. Siinnwn's then Here, over this (thick Black! [horse. Inrtiin mini one sacred face
"
Building, the
iJil-C; ? .t on morning this c\cnt- hedge, bursts a band of
t |I American militia : to t nnoiliT. Come !
j 3il. I ror. of Centre &:, Comtnercesireet. ful on !JOUViII not fail
Allen .\; Co., tliy, which declinu
was to the fate of j men! -their rude farmer's
=-- : -. -:.-= -- -- =.:.. .::. DEALER" I IN HARDWARE AND J SHIP nO\-:> Apalarhiroh, Fla.ATTORNEY America, whether Gates should I their blood coats stained with me now !I"
flee before while
f.. !)I :CI :u.t t: '-0 a CHANDLERY.: STEEL: N ML5", SPIKES LJurcoyne: j t he scattering their arms by He speaks in that< voice which thrills
or (
I ; :; Law Ijurgoyne l.iy down his arms j way they flee before
yonder their blood.:
.tOMMISlO': I I ( a'd F O !l W AND CASTINGS, at the feet of Gates I company ( .
of
In-real the door of his red-coat
MERCHANTS! And Hdnufacturcrs of! Tin, Iron, and Copper AT LAW tent stood the American General ward hirelings. who come rushing for- 1"u were with me in the Wilderness! J '* ,
his iheir solid
:-.J. .V:; T.ier? $ IVares. Jbinbridge, (Decatur Co.) Ga. countenance front of bayonets gleamin"; he cries: to one : and! you at Quebec ?" lip
manifesting in the
a deep battle
nov2I I .\ : ? Dc n Apalachirob. FP.U. ::;- Will attend punrhinlly the Siiperinrourt Now he } anxiety. light. shouts. :o ;another "do >ou remember ?**
gazed the In the
:
upon glittering:; moment of their ) "
ALW'La, WM A. :\ t F. Nour->, H. n. rtoneII.. W. Crooks (.f the counties!,; of Karly, IJakT and Decatnreof Ilnrgoxne, as it bhone over yonder fields array, Horse crashed the flight, a Black And Jou at :Monmrah-\ ._
theS'iulh Wp.itf'I"nJ.11I1 of the Thomas I over field. The un -a' And rot tl4r: ; on Lake Champlain:
\\"J'ii it ;u { X3-n"Sc: Stone & Co. county arid now his roved those known
; of the Southern Circuit. nm3 eye over hardy warrior reins his steed back on his You know menu have known me long I

COMMISSION: I :\1 E He II COMMISSION: MERChANTS, men in hunting shirts, with rifles in their I haunches: right i in the path of this broad Have I ever !spoken' to yon in vain? I speak
'J.t.l Water street, John Uilho- hand, lie remembered! ] the contest of the shouldered militia
No. 10 Water street", man. to you now-do! you see lhat Rock.? C nl'e'
S .1. t. I--I I '. \,) ; Per 1 12 Analnchirola, Fla. ATTORNEY AT LAW lfrh! ? when Henedict Arnold, at the head of :\ow, coward advance nnotbpr cicp, on !"

I U. Diifi'th ALBANY G.\ certain bold riflemen, carried the day before and I will shoot you to the heart !" shouts And '
now look, and hold breath
J. II. iV J. now your
II.
Hull f
AUCTIONNir.IMlSSION, ) l !\ WILL practice in the several l Court of the all\ the glitter of JJritish arms ; and now- the rider extending a pistol in either hand. as that black steed crashes the

AND GEXEIIAL AGI-: :FACTORS & COMMISSION: MERCHANTS, .\\' Circuit and Thomas I and! perchance fear seized him, that this 7lhof "What.! are you Americans-wen-and fly rock? Ah, that steed! up he .ileeii.
quivers-
*
fJI"\: .: !.. No. 13 Water street, St wIlt: counties! October might be a dark day, for Arnoldwas before these British soldiers ? Back and hefalN No no Still still totter -
Cotton b 'Iht on (iulr.Refers An?. r>, J ISlo. 31 there. face on, up 'tb"rock.
$3-c : n..C' 12 ApAr.AcmcoL\ -tf not They had quarrelled, Arnold them once more-seize still
--- .- your arms- on toward the fortress !
tl) -- -- --- -- and uatcs, about some matter of military face the foe, or I will ride "
myself down Now look
> Ilarpcr & The"un I JOu again-his rider Inrns hf
11. F. HOLDF.V. Holmes INSPECTOR I1'd
N.:-w 0rJcan LUMBER rs courtesey ; the former was now without That appeal, altered with deep, indignant i (.IC-
DL-VI.VP,
:
G.
J
) COMMISSION appointed Inspector of Lumber
MERCHANTS
\VvuX :MsKexziu for t the of a commission) ; the latter commanded aloncand tones, and a face convulsed with passion, is Come men of where t
\f.i4r.I J also, County Franklin, ofler Ills services to on. Quebec,
.J. S. IIt'r__'1tI".;,) ", 3S. I Jlgenti fur' Ihe the public in that capacity, and will attend to all now would have to win glory for him not without its eflfcct. The miiitia man lead you will follow !"

&: 1. SC11i1fcl' SUN :MUTUAL I INSURANCE. COMPANY, duties appertaining tosaid appointment. reiI'with his own hands. turns, seizes his gun ; his comrades if by- But that cry is necdfes Already the

WIIt < \Lf.: .\\1) RETAIL of t.rU City ", J\"eic York, CORNELIUS UKADY. Gates was sad and thoughtful, as in all one impulse, follow his example. They bold riflemen are on the rock. And urf

't ?. _- lid i 1'Oj1'Wat cr street, March 22. 1SJ5. the array of his uniform he stood before his form in solid order along the field, and si- and onward fierce
,:. l'.t.rUe alu T' Ilt I')U ,> to jli.lt t ____ one bolt of battle, with
r<1't'U'" Ir a.. 1 ",:IIP : l.rt', DfC 12: Apalachicola, Fa. : i_ t tent, watching the evolutions of !she armies, h lently load their pieces ; they wait the onset that Warrror on his BInrk Steed, !leading .
No. I I'J Water street, LUMBER IX-PECTOH.-IIa\"in been ap h but aI| at once smoke ofthose British
: C. A. GRKSX. ti arose, a tlvmrder bayonets."Reserve the dread '
C. H. COXXERY. Inspector of Lumber for the way, swerped the Men of ibc
:\ .. County
." t II. _._- -- -- Crrocii cV Conner', of Franklin the undersigned offers( his servicesto shook the ground, a chorus of shouts and your fire until you' 'ca'o touch Wilderness the Heroes of Quebec.

P. Davenport, COM :Mi 1 S.S I lOX M E R C H A NTS the public in that capacity, and will attcr.d to groans yelled along the darkened air. The t the point of their bayonets !" was the whispered Now pour your fires. British cannon

"" :tInDIXIXD :\ No. SO, Watc-r. .street.A all duties__ .appertaining. to said appointment. !play. of. death was begun. _TJiejwoJla.gf: (I.Uln' I.t.n.Jfft"j\l..sm! 'K"e'Ir. tfBw regard a"ha twenties. iYow-hirelings-shout your
... I -- -- ---
: f-
<1.n. T1 -. the fiiioke of while the \ the approach of the red in silence British battle if
MP.RCi :\T'r L'clicaii .Mutual Insurance Cn. o"Atcork.. -- ------- -- --- -- --- battle sky was coats cry you can !

N'*. ->J W o1er.ct C11AS A. GREEN', Aer!. Thos. E. ( ray, clouded in leaden folds and the earth throbbed \et calmly and without a tremor. The Briish For look, as the battle smoke clears :away

.\ Vc ." No. 3-j Water street. MT'.lhC'hl\Ni'1 T A 1 Lon. as with the pulsation of a mighty heart. t came on-"nearer and nearer yet-you l look there in the gate of the fortress! for

(:;- Lir1: 1 .*J.-v 's in id.- on -- ._- Chesnut at. ntxt door br.low Pranc'l Jpzazi's. Suddenly Gales and his officers started can see their eyes glea'in. yo'u can count the Black Steed and his Rider*

f-to n,v "1'I ii'i* in S'cvk 0 l lean, Edward JlcCnU}', "\TOULD respectfully infi.rrn the citr/err* ('fii'al.cliicola with surprise. Along the gentle height on t he buttons on their scarlet coats. They That Steed falls: dead pierced by :ad

Livrii.nl. .\ \ ;-iK( N :MERCHANT: AND DEALER \ T tat! he ha just received which they stood there came Warrior on s;eck to terrify the militia men with shouts ; hundred balls, but there his Rider ware

_: IN; DRY C.UOUS AND (;CERIhS, from :';\'''." Y"I' k a lire: ail !1J..n.lld| l a':s;<'rtriiMitof a i i Black Ilotse I I rushing toward the distant jut those plain farmers do not move an inch. the Banner of the Stars! there-as the

SI. F.' AJicII, No. :5') Water street.D. Cloths Ca>3imeres and VcstingS unsurpassedin I b)atte.! There was something; in the ap- In one line-but lo twenty men in nil-- British cry for quarter he lifts up his voice;
\ .. '
n:.iU. ; 'om R :1' \ ., ."
BCVWI; i.v l D'tj: ;>. :! ;F2.n.\K: 'r Apalichicon; Fft.Viir. and quality orcheapnes,Inch: lie?, CTisitIuZ; of every shade peaiance of lhU Horse and his Rider, to t hey confront thirty sharp bayonets. and shouts afar in Horiliu t Gates waiting

OIL, (-;L \> ', :'-., & % <.. Porter & Co. the variety neate-t, and most! hioiiahlp ispr" pired& to!style mae,! nt up the ill stiikc them with surprise' The Units was The British &llh'ance-thcy arc within two yander in his tent ; he tells him that-

.&.141-\ ':; "It"rolt! -..mitlmuf I DEALERS IN: r.OOn COMMISSION: cheapest possible rates. Thankful for the liberaltavois a noble auirnal ; do you mark\ that expanse: yard?. "Saratoga is icon!
C of C'I -< ir. heretofore bestowed upon him i be hopes chest vet sinewy upon -charge; your bayonets : goes ufi to

:\' riiI_II t .\'i-ti 41 Water Street. !It y fjitlihil! attention! to hi:* Inij-incss: ; ;, to merit acontn'i'iree that waving mane and tail ? Do you maik !" shouted the red coat officer. heaven he falls npon his tfedvith hi

' II. D. ?>::rl ?'.;,.4"I- pee Apalaohicola- rf their }iatro.n2 <>. the head: erect those nos'rils quivering, that; They: spring forward! with the same l leg shattered by a cannon bull.He .

X). i C.il-jjabJs --' : Jouim S. Untttinson, Apalachicola: o21, _11'.). eye gulling; with I terrible light 1 Then his b lound-!look their bayonets almost touch lays there on his dead Steed bleeding

ALCTIOEEH 1 AND COMMISSIONMERChANT ::' n Gootic.FRANCIS color! -the iaen is not daiker: ( than his skin! the muzzles of these rifles. and insensible, while his hand, Iahver
!l.-. CI'l'i.. ltc
-.- __ ___.u o__ _: KOl'MAN ha: .-; jut received hi* or maiden's check more glossy than his At this moment t voice of the rider was o the neck of ihe gallant Horse; still

J5c .)j-i ups :,:r( No. :5iJ Water t street. Fall:! (;J-xids, :;n.l 1 desrts a call from spoilers hidf. heard; grasps the Banner of the Stars

I COM I I11 I < fOXt: I E HC S .hi ritS plf1"lInai': :; APAKVCHICOL.A. his friends and cuct"mers and as to prices.: ; j K- I Look upon !tiK.t: :gallant steed r.nJ rem em- Now let them have it-fire;" Who was the Rider of the Black Hbisei i

X ,. 15V.tter -:' tier-"*!Tr .! leaves them to be the judircs ; bis stork! rompn her the! words of Job- A sound is ht'ard-a smoke is seen- Do you not guess his namel Then bend
" )"K! .J: \ :,..:.."' ; .! :tc. F. Farrior, a general l suitmcnt, all of which is ofll-rcd!; fur Britons are down down and that shattered Iimft-
;: Iia thou: : twenty some speechless gaze upon
-- ------ -------- rsENlR.J: I iicEiviN: [ [ (;, FORWARDING[ : ,t :::t s'v' te iiors;( strength hats thou
" Ls.. r j'ld. C. n:1::: CO.LtCS.:10X11ICll.i> : : ca-h or ritApa1arhirola.,\' aee1'ce.; cli'h"f! hi-, m.-ci! witli\:: thunflpr, !! as stone. The remaining ten start back- and you will see that it bears the scares of

lv ... C 1'i5 K: .*. V ,1 C ij V! \11 ; No. W Water strfc't Nov. 2?. Che"nnt <:f.CONFESSIONS Cm-'t. thou: Isk.!: him afand as a grasshopper"! : but there is no time for s rprise.H a former wound -a hidous! wound it must
J.cj) Ar.ltacl1cClla: Fla.Jiun The clr.ry: of hs) nfUil, terrible Club! rifles them have bren. do
;MKRCilNT, :!NesPITh) ca1io-:: j.; lie p-twcih in lh" v.iiU-v, and rejoiceth in hiss your and charge Now. yon not guess his
N2 C lu'nVn m"r! cc-* j IIAH DAY. DAMEL J. DAY. ; OF A PRETTY: WOMEN ; ;rOIJlh; ; he -oeth on to meet the sinned men. home !" shouts the Unknown, and iheBIack name? That wound was received ihe.Storming

. __n. 1.t"I-I, .-\ VRichelieu! ; Cntclit'n ; Imiht'YlidholTn ; I I lie nmckpth at f.ir :;nr! 11 not affrighted ; nei- h horse springs forward followed by the militia / Quebec : that Rider of the Black
.J. Day & Ca., Chevalier l/ilarmtntal Li\onia.i th" turneth h*" back! from tb- -wrrd.
At.'j-sr J) > ; Tales; The r h men. Then a confused conflict-aery Hoise was BENEDICT ARNOLD.In .
iiE. !
\ COM :M I ::; 510 I N M E I RC: II A NTS, Bush Ranger, &c., (;c.. jut received: and for Tin quiver ratl-tii! dgain him the glittering of "quarter!"-vision of the twenty farmers this hour, while the sun was selling

- DOil-jR & Pratt No. 52 Water street, sale KV II. F. AIJELL: FjH--ir lie aid i-wallowcth time: f-bieiil.!the ground with fierceness and m grouped around the rider of the Black over the field! of the Seventh of October
( XOl:!
J.. 'Pixjst C MIN; ZION : IVc 5 Ap-ihcliicola: Ffc ->. ---- 1)ruist. M-.JP ; neither belie\etb\ he that it is the sound of horse, greeting him with hearly cheers. while ihe mists of batie; lay piled in heavy

Y .. :;'; Water! StT.'el, ; ( ;- \l';:), :\ >:it.- for th'' -"Elm In",nrariCf Co." Iron 1 I-Itrumpet.. Thus it was all the day long. clouds! above the wal's;! of the conquered
; N'tut 12 Auh.- he ** I'r< trctui.i; I'utlraue' "o." and the "Hart-I andjil(j. H.. faith among the: trumprt, ]:a ha !laud he Wherever
that Black Horse and his Rider fi rtre here the k cainfe
s -
ro
;
_. ford Insurance Co." HartfnrJ Conn. 1100 n.HS"'edp's' :; Iron ; 200 kepsNjils ;::; smeleth! the battle alljr ctf; the thunder of thecal'tun up steep
'Iii fl. St.; ;Taylor; ) ', : assorted size,., for' sale L>v !> and the thouting.i went, there followed victory. The soldiers Major Armstrong seeking:; for the man who

COMMISSION'I I \ \ 0' ,.' ) It I'. "V. Cullen, Dec5; J. BAY & CO. Dot the Rider presented also! a sight of in every part of the field"sccme1! to in I slit to something rat1i !"*

MERCHANT.f ., AUCTIONEER AND: j COMMISSIONMERCHANT. _CoflVe. I strange: neil jieculi.ir; I mildest. lie is a man know that Rider, for they hailed him with lie found him at Ir.sr. but it was fn th'e

"p : lof shouts, they obeyed his commands, they gale of the fotress on the body of the dead
form ith dark [brow
muscular 1
N-J. 22 '.\' SACK? Rio c..e.,('ejttEt received and L v. a gaihered -
ur .1.f Solicits a sh'trc! of Pulihc Paifunn 400 i in frov. il.irkrr( shooting its rushed after him, ocr yonder cannon, steed!, bleeding: ; from .his wound, that hediscovered
*2pt- ]Jy \ for :sale' hy a n. a eye
:ti : .
._ Ort21 AP\LVCIIICOLI":, FA. line ol His the face of Benedict Arnord
the
through:
'- yonder bayonets.: ,
appearance -
Dec : from bcmath the fore
;; ; : : : J. DAY l: CO.ALH glance projecting
PI i'-li--pI .
11.: I. I>. IIgeC, N.I : '. -- --- head.! His lip is clmprc-sed-his cravat in any quarter of the field was succeeded Victor of Behmus Hei::h's.'
"' I'r.Q: \J.o: \.n. uur \fI. n}: ,.. :1) the veins of his bared by a desperate onset, a terriblecharge I This was:; not the moment to deliver ihe
lit COMMISSION AND FORWARDING :< unloosed exposes :
fir
Day GO JtH.l IJO'JJN. 5IOF.S| ( \ -I 'T' "alc by
or a !struggle hand to hand with the Gates. No fur this Rash Man
i-.3 like. It i i.. message
Cf.onilXG: &' MERCHANT I I D. n.; WOOD !. co. I throat notwrithing seipents.
nil Ch.'. tn'tt.Stri'ct. \ No. 7, Columbus: Block Dec) "7 Colun.bus, Row. plain thai his spirit is with the distant battle I s-.ihliers of lluroJue. h had! won laurels for his brow, defeated Bur-

H-, K.f.---, : S'1t.. n" t...t'A: (' fa, a. for neither looking to the right or left, not \\'as this not a strange thing ? This unknown gnyne for him. rescued the army from disgrace
S ()t'JIJ, IVowill's Honey of Iji'eruorl. aside to Gates he man. without a command was obeyed and defeatlie had done something
even casting a glance ,
\V ltttl 4 c Co.:, Stair tV Co., FOR, Coughs; CIldAthllla, Spittiri.( of I his hoise'a head towards the: by all the soldiers, as though they re- -rush.

. .. UCT10XEKRS.: ; AND C 0 AUCTION t COMMISSION: MERCHANTS, and ail:I l t the aflecltoiis of the Lung s smoke glaies over : conni7.l'tlLheirfneral.!: They acknowledgedhim Therfor, Armstrong:; brave and :generousas
conflict.No .
MERCHANTS: AND GENERAL AGENTS : of
leading; to Consumption, warranttd to ba compos
for Leader wherexer he rode he brnt the wounded
oter
a was
NJ. 2 Col'm'jus' nuidi1! Et.-\VL.\: AZ.A.MLST ed vegetable substances only, for saly- by swoid waves in his grasp but while ; they ; man
.'O "1. :!i. .. RrFERECrS : angll "J. C. ALLF.N.T : the rein Inns': on his horse'sneck- his hands, ; followed him to death wherever he gave the h lifted} him from among; the heaps of dealt

: DEAN & Wyi.rs..Jc'I.tfl \ his side! the with word. and bore him to a place of repose.
rest bv fingers: quivering
A. :\. .TicKay<<: HLCKWEM. ii Co. I ..... :, INSEEI!) OIL I (boiled and raw. for sal I:> by the s.fme that ;blazes his face. Now look for him again: Would it be cr'llitetllJprr-uns unacquin-
v. ". agitation over
J-J
I I COMMISSION: :Xo. }l: F. R C LF.. SI.t1tN &. Co. J f* **es oi" I [<;p't"H.[ f' AI5ELL"; Altogether' it is a macnificenl sight i that; On the summit of iomler hill, the Black ted with our history-would ih* fact which

.t I.i' S-'jit J1.JM1.; .JI) Water Arnb.t'ii street! ; JOHN NORTON, jr. J JJOHV (HEAP peBLlCATlOju"t, received and warrior' in the blue uniform on his Black horse stands erect on his haunches his; I record with blushes! and shame for the

1 __ -- F'RAMFTt &. Co, Chaileston.; _.) for sale bvNov [Horse, who moves along the sod at a brisk! fore legs pawing the air while the rider pettiness of human nature, be believed

Pc' T. II. Austin .V; C. C. Lvmmp & Co :New Orlean! 21. .1. ALLEN.. tail and the breeze bends over his neck and looks toward the unless supported by evidence that cannotlie
his t
WARREN CROMWKM., > walk, : in me tossing on
'II COMMISSION: 1 E It ell A. K. AVER. ) Columbw, Ga. Window 4ass.K.f And IS the noble horse moves on, the soldier clouded} valley. The[ hat has fallen from I ?

I.! No. 4-1 Water Street, E. J. II.-\.Rmv', Apabchicola.Hay. \ BOXES just received 1 by 0, S by 10, speaks to him and calls him by name, that iider's brow ; his face is covered with Gen. (Gates* in ],is lulletin flfie Latll .

TI /- Oct. 21 g JU It) by !_, 11 by II I, 11 by 1C, and 1-2 byIS and lays his:; right hand on his glossy! neck sweat and blood ; his right: hand {grasps that did not mention the 'name (J BENEDICT

Coolte & for :sale by [nov'JS: ] J. C. ALLF.N. llo WARRKN-forward battered sword. How impressive that sght! ARNOLD !

e BUNDLES, for sale by Then the Black Horse-named] after the as an occasional sun leam lights the ri l'r's Methinks, even now, 1 see tIle same horn.:

l\f -COMMISSION .\ 60 1) S. HAWLEY. Castor Oil. friend of the soldier, a friend who now i is brow, or a red flash of I battle light, batheshis tio flying from the bloody field of C 1mllt'n-
Xo. 13, St. Ch-jri : 1 f\f\ GALLONSinstoreanti for sale: by face in of blood where annihilated his
was htir
; as rays an army :
20tff'r street. Hill where he fell
Neft'-Orleana Dee .:5 1UU II. F'. A15ELL, sleeping near Bunker ; -
. -- -- -- darts forwardvithonesndden bound], and 1 is: At this moment as the black steed rears turning white as snow, as he pursues his!
Nov 2"5 Druggist. '
tatw :5. COOSE.: : Hoots and Shoes.BOY'S << he summit of the hill look
(r!, N. like a Hash( towards the distant battle. on ( yonder from terrible flight, without nuCR resting for
Rmsot Brosrans gone
: and1eu'fo s'-w'd' : 1 and 1)'J Kip Brogans; ; JUST received per brig Manhattan, from New This brief scienc, this vis-ion of the [Horse;, the opposi'.ev.illey: dashes Major Armstrong, eighty miles.-methinks! 1 hear him call for

J. C. Allen, Ger.ts fine :Calf Bio an-; a tine sorlment: of choice Liquors, Serars and his Rder.: struck Gates with unfeignedchagrin in search of that unknown rider, who sees another Arnold. to WIN THIS BATTLE, AS

D' \Vh'll"s.le| and Reidil 1>- ; Wm'-,' J>e;.(d and wx\M Shoe; ; Children's (do. do. Tobacco, Soap, Candle. Starch, Domestic Wine! *, his officers with unmingled surprise. him coming, turns his horse's bend and disappears SR.TOGAs AVON !
rtUvs. &c. Also in store, flu' barrelchoiec and
'a MEDiCINES. :;, : Ladies' Kid and Morocco !Shoes ; '.'Armstrong !" shouted Gates, turning loa with a laugh of scorn. Still the m -
GLASS "" ." Super Cider Vinegar which will he sold low. Arnion's XOTE. This incident supported by
}"',\ :'II'. & and fine Calf n lJts. : gallant Major;. keeps on his in search of ,
Ladies coarse his side Pursue that I'! way
31,0. Sup.-r: EDWARD :McCULLY, brave man by marTell this the strongest e'iJence.i may afford( the rendersom
ti. '" "IU'rnl axxortmfnl A tare; and extensive assortment just receivedand Dec :r :50'aterj) >!trcet.Q him it i is my commanti; that h. returns man, who excites the fears of GeneralGatesthis idea of mat wounded self esteem that sens* of

n o-:-,, BLAXKS, ST A TlI) for sale by WM. G PORTER & CO. from the field. r\waDo! not loose a minute I- brave rider, who was about tq L rank injnstipe and neglect, which eft.'rwafda ended -
hJ- corot( Chcsnut !c Commerce Dee 5 -11 Water street. A BAGS Java com! ; 5U do. Rio do ; do simcthilrash to do something; rash." in the Treason cf Arnold.It .
for he will if left
-IJe C 4 [' OU10 barrels Northern Flour ; At last, towaad the setting lhesun, the mut be nfeeeed that the chr.cer of Cafes
'- .. Clover Seed. 4 1'He'! Madt> raVine; himself gains na little glory! from this circumstance, 8.
--id.- 1".tCro 15. S. hawley, FEW pounds of large Red Northern Clover 25: boxes Candles ; 10'JUO Regalia St>;,ut: Armstrong springs to his steed and while crisis of the conflict came. from hi? rumored connection with th Cabal who

AND COMMISSION A Seed, for sale by For sale by B. S. IIAWLEY, the heaven above and the broad sweeps c if That fortress yonder on Behmus Height r, conspired for the overthrow of W8*bi ?tol1 Itari
. hI .. No. :2S Water street, H. F. ABEL. Dec 5; W.ifer street. be the American goyne spoke in the highest terms of A'Doli's
_De c oJ April i 23 woods and fields yonder, me darkenedby was to won or cause was lost. courage and military genius, a? displayed: in this

: Garden Seeds Growth of IS.J.6.AN the smoke of conflict he pursues the: That fortress was to be gained, or Gates battle, nnd ih? fight of Sej-pr. IS. \WshiDgton

d' ... eAvcpy Jones Bagging and Bopc.rA Garden :Seeds received Black [Horse and his Rider. was a dishonored man ; Burgoyne a triumphant I- soon afterwards presented Arnold with a ...t ofepuuletts
G""O' -..,, 5 4 PCS Rairsin30: () coil-!* Rope, for =ale by assortment ot jnst looks his shoulder General and sworJ-knot.(which he h uj rec t**d
Rider
; COMMI.SSIO.V But that over (
: I ; and for sale
I I ... LOCKHART YOUNG: by from a French nobleman.! ) as a tesl m nial ol Scsesteem .
9 l L)-.C >.>. o.uVctttretret't.(. .' 33' Water street, I Nov 23 J. C. ALLEN. with a smile of scorn on his lip, a scowl ofl! That fortress yonder-you can see it thro: .1 for the victor i f Saratoga. .
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M\ :.\Cnl: Till: XKSTOKIAX* rilKlSTIAXS. ,I You appear.; Monsieur i ," said i;l I lie, lo be I [Correspondence of the Charleston Courier.:] encouragement. They want reinforcements.( From our earliest manhood to the prc- I By: an I ; t racii-a Washington letter (I..

: a person of equeucclicrc ; 1 fear I have; WASHINGTON: ;: Dec. 26. They arc panting for distinction, and ready sent now something short of three 'store 26th uli., and published. in the Charleston
Another terrible l massacre: it i"u staled] in been most unceremoniously intruding upon It has been determined by the acJmini lrt-: 10 shed their blood like water to conquer an I tel -
and ten, we have been most strenuous ad- j Courier h-arh that the
of the : we Secretary of
the Constantinople correspondence must tion raise honorable .
your time and patience. :Surely:; you to propose lo Congress to ten per.ce.1r.
London Chronicle, has occurred among the be the Governor General." thousand] troops to be enlisted for thewhole Baker resumed hisseatin the House advocate for the supremacy of the laws, rand f the Treasury has told the Committee of

Nestorians. In a letter of the 9th) of No-I I have been happy to afford information term of ihe war with Mexico-all the offi morning, but previously tendered his ; in consideration] of the protection which i Ways and Means that he must hate the

1 veinber these particulars are given, Heder to a stranger; but yon are mistaken in supposing cers to be appointed by the Executive, und resignation to take effect on the 15th Janua they afford, a just observance of them is I tax on Tea and Coffee, it will be impossible
Khan Bey! with a large body of Kurds and me to be the Governor General." the troops to be subject lo the articles of ry. It was generally understood that theChairman a
various detachments) of troops, under command I I \VIt)', then, do all persons whom we war. There are lo be three additional Bri- of the Committee 01 the Whole imperative upon every good citizen. to get ihe lo.a on reasonable terms

: of the Hey of Haiikarai and Bavlri: meet salute yon !1" ga.lier Generals, and also a Major General. \nuhlive him the floor (to day. A crowd But there are anomalies in law as well as without it. The Committee are cot disposed

- marched: ) into the territory of the Nestorians, I Because: \ I 1:1111 their Emperor." There are such objections to the mode ly collected in the galleries.Col. in physics, and where they are detected, the to recommend the tax, being afraid

where, knowing that li>* would meet with The astonished foreigner, ,gratified: with appointing officers of the volunteers, thatit Baker's speech enchained: the attention multitude are ever ready to eschew them, of the result politically, as it is said to hems
small resistance t he divided his force: into his adventure. paid his willing homage also. has been determined to call! out no move of the [House. He did not fi lo impart let them be ever so plain in the of the
il in the North and
eyes
unpopular Weat
various: bands: and] sent them against; the i'I volunteers at present. It has been found much of his own enthusiasm the whole : as the
different Nestorian villages. Thirty-six i of 1 [From the Ind. Fanner and Gardner.] necessary thai the government should have [House. framers. The powers that be," in our I Tea Tar of the Revolution. The same

these villages were ullcily destroyed, the 1C111'1'1:1: w YKLLOW);mAr: INDIAN CORN I the appointment of the officers for the benefit His opinion is that a blow for peace must good tax-paying county, in their wisdom, writer adds:

dwellings being plundered and burnt, and! The following observations in relation toI I of the service, and particularlyforthereason be struck" at once--this winter. It will be conceived of the immensity of a road being .We are in a war which will try the

the inhabitants, men, women md children, I I Indian corn meal were communicated to I that, owing to the mode of appointment, easier he thinks lo lake thecityof Mexico, opened between this city wand the bluff; the thews and sinews of the Government. The

l ut to death by every species of torture I! the Journal of! Commerce by a physician in} there are now some volunteer regiments and there dictate terms of peace, before the vast resources of that fertile spot the trea- expenses must be very considerable, and
tvhieh cruelty could invent. the city of New York : without field officers. 1st of next April, than it will ever be after lit money will be spent principally in
', the' correspondent of Then i doubt that there will be wards. have done has been sures that would be heaped in the lap of our i
Happy, & ; thl'l I Yellow\! corn and white corn are not the\ ; is: now no All that we lo foreign country. This drain of specie will:'
London: pare, ,v 'ie those who were same in quality, although-they are indenti-! a proposition to create the office of Lieutenant gain glory ; but we have: done little to cripple thriving city, over balanced all considerations create_i demand for the precious metals

or who fell by the "w"d, who I had; ] not their ; cal in "kind, and may grow in the same field. General of the army, and thai Mr. the fie diminish his resources. We of policy-and, in the face of all oppo- and of course gold be frequently) imported
bowels] ripped mil of the*" while living, or The intuitive l qualities of the yellow corn HKNTON' will be nominated for the office have rather enabled him to concentrate his sition caricatured it at the in the stead wi goods ; but gold
implied :lInir' t the shouts It is supposed that the bill, though resisted, resources-to harmonize factions-to unite as was corers payr
who were not : surpasses ill it of the white, and that i is a no duty ai the Custom-House, and thus ((
mid h laughter IIf ihe murderers., Two of : good reason why the common sense of the will pass, and there is no doubt that Mr the whole people in defence of the country.No of the streets, and the daily protests of our its importation reduces ihe revenue. Besides a;

the bishops of Nest.irians. if not more, I people, or their ordinary experience assigns Henton's nomination) will be confirmed, people, a a gentleman from S. C., (Mr. citizens, they were summoned to appear, the transportation of this gold] is veil

wore mipaVedami several l of I he prints.Children I to it a preference, independently of its merelooks. should\ the office be created. Holmes.) had justly said, at the late session, armed and! equipped as the law directs- heavy; and adds (to the already sil
',were torn (arum their mother, :: There has been much talk here, for a dayor ] could be conquered, if true to themselves. The New York expense bankers explicitly
with axes. shovels. &c., to cut it through, great.
some from their mothers'" breasts, :and in I II Fhe investigations, vegetable chcmis two, about an expected duel belwen Mr. He believed that all classes, parties and interests that ihe loan of twenty-three say millions5
.,110Hre obliged Davis of and Mr. of Virginia, in Mexico united in defence of or pay over the lawful tender. Now, it is
I presence of their mm hers, \ : : try have revealed! to us many important and Ky., Bailey, were cannot be made unless the specie clause be
screeching' to l
shocking manner to death. The mother ; has been ilsccitaincd that butter, in a pure had, in debate, Wednesday) last. Mr.i blow-effect some brilliant achievementto merits of this road, but in Ibis city, there has not, however, recommended this-
afterwards were sacrificed.; Jruice thousand: combined in all all Davis supposed that Mr. Bailey intended In force them to conclude a peace. ,
slate, is or nearly grapes, i are hundreds who will wager five lo one, and it \"i not be done. The war in Mexico-
<>f the Jtcslbrians; h err prridtcd in his masicre *- seed!* and gram*. Out of one hundredweight charge him with being an advocate of What we did we must do immediately-this is becoming a war of the people' and I
on the lowest t ccllr-alafion. The 1 mo-textensive'slaughter of yellow I Indian< corn! meal], for instance Mexico, and shaking his fist at Mr. Bailey. winter. A summer campaign would be des- that ere two wagons pass over it, it will be ihe prediction that it will be venture

took place at a large a good( chemist 1 can extract fiom 8 to replied that the govcrmenl must not ma; e tructive lo our troops, and it would be cruel so overgrown with bushes, as to pn//le the .) one. The mountain passes and I protricte. hit-

village, or township, carted' Bia, where Be- 10'ponnds: butter. Out of the sanie: weight that false charge upon him. The"e; wen lo expose them to it. most practised: rye to trace it through the deep ravines through which our mu,i

der Khan Bey! w.is iii.weft; present. IIcle: I' of white\ Indian/ meal, six or eight per cent the words as well as I can recollect. Mr' The war was worth to us as all that it had hammock. may be beyond our coinprehcnsibility ) : pass, afford the Mexicans every army advantage. \

the two bishops were impaled: !, :1i,1 I from this of butter can be made, thus proving it to be Bailt')' rejoined to the charge of falscho. t cost because it hat solved a problem of vast lo I fathom the benefits of this .both fu defence and attack.; The Presi-
I
place wire sent the three Imndieri heads in that piopoition, so much the less iniirilions. and said. that it was a lie. importance- practicability of carrying den insists upon sending in his of
(pickled) to ihe Pasha of Moussonl. with : OI'the nutritious quality of Indian I The next day, :Monday Mr. Barrow, of on war without a Hnding, army-and relying road to our city, but with the present lights Lieut. General and Col. Benton projecj is the; a'I

the insulting me.saie.; that if the Porte meal,wy one can: satisfy himself\ by attending the Senate, called upon Mr. Bailey with a on volunteers. The troops who attacked before us we would prefer to be in Andalusia I I son designated for the office. The project lir.

presumed to moleM the!! sender, !he would lo the usual process: of cooking it.- peremptory demand that i\lr. Bailey should Monterey could do any thing. drinking" ot's milk and dancing with the ; will meet with strenuous opposition, and
send to toConstantiuop; !'*, instead) I of Nestorian, When; it is !boiled thick, as in making mush, meet him in Baltimore the next day. Mr Mr. Baker proposed a joint resolution girls. i my own opinion is that it will fail."
peasant
Ts'kish: heads enough i ii l id ma'e! a pyramid. if a crust :adheres lo the side of ihe vessel, Bailey assented, and Mr. Siddon of Virginiawas which had already received ll-e sanction of

council or the >Vlori; Itl< Wimmediately ou cooling, it is apt to peal olV; of itself, ow- it is said, (10 act as his second. But the the Secretary of War, to authorize the issue LAST NKWS; FROM YUCATAN. .-Hy the SNAGGED.The splendid steamer Cfiam.
deternuntJ ih it the material in it. affair took wind and] information was given of clothing! to the volunteers. This wasimmediately her downward
pion,
held, and it W.IS I! in" to "is.fatly arrival of an exceedingly last failing vessel on trip, was snagged
to the civil authoiities. The Marshal sent acclamation.
whole people should emigrate: without nuhour's It has lurtlicimote!. risen proved, tint the passed by near Rico's Bluff
0' 111111", 'IS an officer to arrest Mr. Davis, who di putad Col. Baker" is a staunch whig, and was at at New Orleans, from (his very happy country on Thursday night last.
delay to Peisia, where! a great cumber obtaincii f'iui* the cream !
I butter : l't iv'hority. While the officer the lute session ultra He hear that the After throwing off some 400 bales] cotton ,
already; sestle.'l on the Lako; of Or- it previouslyexisted : : : was gone an Oregon man. we are again ,gratified: to ,
are not animal secretion, but tn oamiah. In their ha: "ty flight: leaving: ;all/ in the pure: and, original state[; in (he -.-I again; port <
their property bi-biirl.. many fl.tI'ictilll to hay or food of the cow ; and a skilful chem logiugs and toiir.d!1 means lo get to lahluo..e I \OUth. Off tie! yoke of time mother country for the | about 700 bales-most if not all that was !

the' merciless ferocity of their invadersv5io, ist can make more butter out of a hundredweight by the morning car, on Fiiday. Mr. Baileywas Mr. tvanCw wag alive at the last Telegraphic twentieth lime and the of the movement thrown off will be saved. She is not materially J
in one insttnre however: met with a scvirierepulse' of hay, lhanacoxv can, as the cow arrested, and held to bail, under the Report, 3 o'c'ock in consequence of friends injured, but will on the
One corps of the emigrants: commanded must atc a considerable; share of it duel act, thesum of eight thousand dollars. which several of his friends have gone up (I I are very sanguine that ihis *last convulsive contrary rt- ,
: by the patri.lrth.-w.l: attacked; by for the appropl uses and necessities of her organization I Mr. Barrow, as I he friend of Mr. Davis wentto see him.COMMERCIALJBjfBRTjSEB. throw" will be three weeks" if not ume her regular trips in a day or two. ;;

the. soldiers of Beder Khan lieu, and after Baltimore last evening. Mr. Bailey is i
hundred of
( Give, a cow a pounds hay, month, binding. A "Swiss that the
an obstinate) conflict, tie, :\"Si1! LUIS :gained:;I and she will lender back eight pounds of but- still here. There was some difficulty between a paper" says bulb

the victory.! !IJ..,'I.-r. !M:*.... ?*ry s'voie, be- ter, but an esprit chemist:: can,! i:2e!:: t\\''cv! : the .narties at (the last session.W.tstuNGTJSs. i i I fcf* The Editor of the Franco American of i is an excellent substitute for the

(ore be. started on his expedition, with all or thirteen pounds out of it. r D
the solemnities of his creed: !, before two In the choice of the various articles of : Ir. Davis and Mr. Barrow had] not returned APt.LPClCOL SATURDAY, JAN. 9, 1847.Cri of Mexico, of date 17lh November in which very sensibly, that ""hrn Maria

5 mount; <, that lie would cMcrmhntc: the food l, to suit our taste on particular occasions to the city this morning but I pre- ----- -- -- --- -- -------------- -- -- ihe writer -.ffirms. upon the result of the Anif-inBlie heard of the great cry for bread
whole Nestorian allt 1 all of them Th following are authorized
people gentlemen
; -to correspond to the multiplied emergencies sume they will return to night, for Mr. Sid l- b\ the millions of Paris asked
who have; not Sti'elgthi to reach IVrsia: will of life-the adaptations( of the mtiltifaii don, :is the friend of Mr. Bailey, had sent a Agents for t tin CO\m.ltcJ\: : vKtinsERand wil! recent elections in that country, that terms hungry wlll
the full icalizitinn: of his oiilh.This receive receipt foriubicriptions, or advertisements trill into they did not eat rake. We ale
experience this
of food : country bcjakcn decidedly
<,us sorts and qualities displayinfinite message to Mr. Barrow to inform him ihat: lnr of peace from
ruthless! onset i is ascribed\ by the wisdom and) goodness. [In sickness Mr. Bailey: had been put under bonds to :- serious consideration by tie JWfTictiri Congress. of the opinion that a breakfast at the town ]

Chronicle's correspondent to the act of the in health\ in toil, while our means abound, keep ihe peace for twelve months. New MKSSK-:York.. MASON & TCTTLE, 3 William Street \\'e are rather inclined. to think pump would be equally as nourishing. x
Tmkish. Cabinet in deposing; Beder Khan; demand different Mr.] [Hilliard. member from Alabama is -- ---
and
when they Ire scanty, we ; Es/ New Orleans.W.M .
Bey, from jealousy of his p-);ter, and this and different varieties of of :Mr. securities. i Divin HRAVO, that it will be. any thing else but i calm consideration ** is stated that there
"kinds of food, one Bailey's I generally t W CIFVFR. lv'q., Albany, fla. ft/ I will be :very ?
it was supposed, had bccMi done by an arrangement the same kind, to satisfy our real and imaginary believed that I ho twitter is not at an Major JACK lARDIA:. Eufaulu, Ala. if the Elero of LmJ'IJs Lane impressive display in Philadelphia on the
with he :,estuii.ttt: Patnarch. wants. Of the grain stuffs, rice con end, and that it will he revived after the ---- -- -- -- -- --- ---- ---- .should be heard knocking at for
then at Mous-onl; who! hid promised the lains the least fatty material, and Indian close of the session, if not before. Mr.Divis'it (J/*** Our Charter Elections have just ter admittance Lacked by such a,suit as have reception of the remains of Lieut. Cothrane. .

aid of the N. object, and hence hits unslan;!ht. have wheat if not regular. It that recently paid
oats irregular
two extremes, we rye appears electing their whole ticket for Mayor and expected.
Beder Khan Bey. on ihe Sth of October, ha.l&c.: all different, and yet all of themvMtMnAf the panics have been pickering at each other :Monteiey, Mctanv.M.t.d! Tampico.THK .

U wJUJuutLua pji :iiciiicut; with!.. a Tuikish ; J'I:ivft .m..IIJitsLw.J!' .respectiv: i : two, or three years, and. that at the late Councimen.! The names of those elected in Some strange developments have been
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PLASTERS.-On Monday
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Mon"soul which he defeated. with ..,til I. lu.lo.ltlnlhJ. Sue AH ;
coon \
great It i i.. on: account: of thef.itty nature( ]Indian them. : '. IhwLJYCouncilltll. me senate, 1'1. Juno uu ur I.---__.-J. made in the Iowa Legislature which are
slaughter. Elated with this scccess, hegave meal. that it is such kind The late thus stated in the St. Louis
corn a strange accounts from Mexico producethe and 300 citizens on
memorial of 200 R'lubial.
G. the
A. Hancock
: vent lo his vindictive;' spiiit upon theilurj Giioo, bttw'en
of food, and that unaccustomed impression that the Mexican the of
letter from
persons Congresswill authority a Iowa ciit
: st tleft'uceesscstorians] who, as we f. F. P.IStIVm.. S. Green, M. Butt engaged in Sugar planting in Louisiana ",
it cannot: at firM l endure it. The nations not be disposed to : 1
accept propositions where the i
have. said above, with tire cxcfptiiiii of those any law of 1646. Legislature holds its session:
Daniel J. E. B. Whitmarsh J. L. of the tariff
which lerdchiefly on lice are not near so of peace, and if Almonte should be Day, complaining, -
who reach Peisia. will! be On tick 8ih instant
completely ex- the
on r'-
iiibust as those; which Use Indian corn as elected President, as is now thought, peace Wyman. reducing the duties on Sugar' and Molasse.-, immediately
tetminatcd.] ,1IarShim.mm.tlietitsuer: lablishing of the
patriarch the blacks; of the south mostly do. Persons will cease to be contemplated on either side. that the duties levied under the fI P dinner of that
i is said to be in the hands! of the TIE HI VEIL ill asking day Mr. King from Keokuk county .
I unaccustomed to this "kind of food, I licit-- Our government is making the most active
]Kurds, while Mir Jolianna; the present fume I will do best to commence: with the preparations for the prosecution of the war By the arrival of see; al steamers yes- tariff of 1642 be restored. It was referred lo (i Whig but representing a Loco-

patriarch' has probably: succeeded in teaching : white Indian meal, in preference to the yellow and it is well ascertained that a very large terday from Columbus, we are gratified to the Finance Committee. loco county) rose in his place and aslrd ,
Persii.We leave lo male
: -- -- ---- a statement, which
it is not so rich and this puieieticcto of both Houses of hear of rise the was
as ; majority Congress are in a of four feet in river at .
haUJ space for !fjithcr: I details: ol tin A GRKAT PRINTING M \ .- The granted. He then informed the House that
white over yellow\ has already; occurred favor of giving the Executive: the most nmple that in contradistinction tile
this most b.itbarons extermination of anunDllViiding in England, where the :article, is new.Thete means to bring the war to a speedy con- place to ever Brooklyn" Eagle says : .Ihe Messrs Dn- Mr. Marshal, a lanytr, from Lee couo' ,
{ ; people ; an act of'itroctly which repeated report of a f.1 of from one to six had: negotiating with him, from llietr
is only one more ob.ervation whichI iol.I (ileu the celebrated English engineers; are
surely! fail draw down the I cu roiid day of the' session to that lime
cannot lo upon inches, by arrival for two months up lovote
I wish make. As Indian al every past.
to
coin m contains ) in the construction of
of printing
'l'heqJmcstion the admission of employed
heads of the pcrpetratots the most dire ic- I slavery : for General Doc e for I U. S. Senate:
tribulion. :Several: of the .foreign envos at : so much fat in it, Icptloo long it is into (any territory)' lo be permanently acquired We have every reason to expect an impulse machine for the London Times to Produce that his first was : tt of clothe and
ier liable! to become rancid!, and is then wore or by the United States, will not be passedin to business: indeed there is every inducement $100 in cash which
the Turkish" Cabinet, s-ays the Coat in less unfit for In the shipments made 12,000 impression per hour or ihe inconceivable was increased, as he
r ,..hicl. 'tllesl. particulars are furnished, including to the West use.Indies the meal )is commonly such a way as to embaiass any of the for our tends in the country to give number of upwards. of three sheets held off for higher wages, to the promise ofa
Mr. and :M. de BourqueDcy measmes for carrying on the war-sue.h: as .fiu office" and as "much he
Well'-sley call is as
our city a -cotton advancing
; kiln dried, to obviate as much as possible the land and the bill for increasing the rapidly per second !" and the New York Sun thinks wished." money

the subject, have, insisting sent in very that strong Better notes Khan upon Bey this tendency, lo rancidity. For reasons army. hi may and probably will be passed in price, our stores are literally stocked" that a machine. will be produced in thai He stated also that toM him ;
just detailed tli white meal will\ keep rather with the of : larsh:1 '
the of all
bill Iwo millions for variety goods,
Wlll'l appropriating greatest "lln-re
fifteen and SC.OOO
between
who '"d the of were
it a monster must be crushed, : better and from its lighter and city, capable printing secure Dodge's
being
; : contingent expenses, connected with the which as our friends 'are dog cheap'- election," and thai
Porte profcsie* the srcn-j: n'iinienli: This, < miller, it is as: much preferred for use in negotiation of shall One say twenty thousand copies an hour. on TUtscln', llrh.!
however is i more ea..ilv s lid than done ; for the for similar inducements a peace come up. our city perfectly: healthy, and there are a The is gave: him. fifteen dollars "10 bind -
climates :15 yellow thing impossible.The
of the leaders
warm : of the democratic antislaverywar "
|1ft' Iras< a fnice of! .1(1.Ut)0( )' auf'HI/ his command is in cold. thousand things to tickle the( appetite of the cain, which he (King) by the advice of
men has made estimate of the
an
', and It: viruml ktnz of the whole probable annual of hay raised in the friends look. These are the leading facts.
the of the
vote of the [House on this question, greatest gourmand, or fancy most crop When
King took his seat, Clifton and Coo-
inoutitifig dia'iict.' Xcveilhcrless the attempt TIn NEWSPAPKR. is mistake
: a ;
; great United Slats is estimated at 15,000,000 tons,
mud the result is such, as to throw much fastidious. "
,F should, and wu HIM ere this has in female education to keep the }'ounglad"s Ict. Locofoco |>ossoms, rose and staled
doubt the Wilmot's amend which at 88 ton, the home value,
upon passage per average that they too could "a tale unfold whenever
been made, and that too with a force lo ensure time and attenion: devoted to thefashionable F111 E
succI'ss.-L.Y[ V. (latctte. and polite literature of the day. ment. At the close of the late session, sifter Our citizens were awakened on Thursday is worth 120000000. interrogated.
that had been the
amendment adopted by 'fhe House at once raised a committee to
would her
If conversation
THE EMPEROR; NICHOI.IS.-The United must you give her qualify something to talk: :about-, give you House, it was thought here thai, if the night last, between the hours of 12 and 1, A VERT GOOD LAw-A case is now pending investigate ihe fads, and ihe sergeant-al .

Service Journal, for May, in a wry interesting her an acquaintance; with this actual world. Senate iejeted] the amendment, the House by the cry of fire-a few left their warm in Mississippi, in which an attc rcpt is to arms look Marshall into custodv.To .

; and laudatory article on the Emperor of and its transpiring events. Urge herto read would recede (from it, Mr. J. Q. Adams was beds and rushed ((the scene, and succeeded be mlle to enforce the law of that Stale give Mr. King an excuse* for rolin r.*

ItusM'a, :Divest: he fulluw anecdote; : among\ he newspapers' arid be famitier with thepresent oppose lo any provision which would embarrass in extinguishing 8 or 10 bales of cotton, which that a man shall the for Dodue} a set of instructions were pn-
others, illustrative yf his ch.raclcr; and ha- character. and movements of our the bill, thought in favor of the requires pay cured, directing: him to vote for Democratic
bits: race. History is of some importance ; but restriction of slavery)', at some future lime, which were set on fire, no doubt, by sparks debts of each individual whom he Kills in a Senators. Mr. King made allusion to these

He is fiequonlly met with on foot in the the past world is dead, and we have nothing when the question of Corp orating Mexican from the steamer Peytona, which had onlya duel. instructions in his speech ; said (that even .

street, Hb olulely. alone, and: the immediate to do with it. Our thoughts and our concern territory into the Union should come up. I short lime previously left port. We regret ---- -- --- man who signed them I "voted against him;"
contact in which lie then conies with his should be for the present world, to Though the question of slavery is atler- exceedingly that it was so inclement as A ROYAL EDITOR.-The Kins of Bavaria that; he "received his instructions at time

subjects of reedy degree, i i.< sometimes ihe know what it is, and lo improve its condition.Let nately to be made, yet it i is not to be believed is about to start a newspaper, which rumor b-illot box ;" that he was "elected as a
to a turnout they are excusable
occasion of drawing forth his :Ili|}'.lbiliy, and her have an intelligent opinion, and be !, that it will be so made as to embarrass theGovernment prevent general ; says, he is to toedithimself. 'Ve can imagine Whig," iud should vote with bis patty.
in its efforts either for as the thermometer at that
the kindte of his. nature. The war or very
proving : able (to sustain intelligent conversation concerning
the King on the throne, with an im-
etiquette, on meeting; dim, is, fur men to the mental, moral, political and for peace. exact moment was only at 24 F. silting TUE MAIL AND THE MERCHANTS.-Th r.iiregulariiiesoftbe ,
ilncover the head, and women to cnriesy.He .- religious: movements of our times. Let the WASHING"ox, Dec 23. tnence pair scissors in one hand and the Northern Mail have be1come
'fhe friends of Senator of Loui- COLD.-Until within a few days past, our brush in the other, writing his Zeitung,
Barrow
return all sjlnlations, nol excepting gilled: annuals and poems on ihe center paste so great, as to be the cause not only j
those, of the meatiest; 'ucasanls. table be "kept coverd) with the weekly and sian, were shocked (10 hear that he is seriously winter has been delightfully mid and pleasant while (he printer's devil is knocking at the serious annoyance, but also of henry Ia-

It happened once, that: as he was thus daily juornals. Or, if they arc left in the ill in Baltimore.; He went up to Baltimore southern winds have prevailed, tempering door of the palace calling for "copy." ses to the Merchants. What is most re-7"

tvalhing 81Q11('. hu came up with a Frenchman bookstore:: and the table is well supplied on Thursday night, to meet Mr. our atmosphere even more delicious -- markable. these failures almost always oc-
newly aimed at .St. Petersburg:: who with newspapers, her mental and moral character Garret Davis, and prepared, as his friend, forth ILLINOIS SENATOR.-Stephen A Doug- cur lt the moment when foreign advices art
than that of Cuba but old Boreas rising in
ignorant: of the reciprocal! considerations: and her common sense ill not sufferon hostile meeting, arrange between Mr. lass member of from expected. When the Cambria's accoacif
there 'Jee.mcd due from mm to man, was account of their absence. Let the wholef.llnilymen Davis and Mr. Bailey, of Virginia. On his majesty has comedown upon us, "without at present a Congress came to hand last week, for instance, tb.

smoking/ his cigar The Krnperor, dressedas women and chil.Jrco-read i Saturday, it appearesl1r. Barrow was tttkeu fear or favor," and for two days past the Illinois, has been elected by the Legislatureof news of the rise in cotton reached both Macon -

usual: in his officer's! cap and) cloak: passed the newspapers. And if anybody has; a factor ill with billions chs'.ic.!: : He has been hourly .I thickest apparel has been t in the greatest that State as U. S. Senator, from 4th and cplumbus -advance of the MaHfand

him, and, bowing; !said- a thought worth commantcaling, let Ilim becoming worse \t( u ocioctIhis morn March next, to fill the place now occupiedby the consequence was that one or 1W.

Sir it is not permitted] to smoke in the not try lo make a big.sleepy book, I l-ut; speakto ing, the clseas apparently desperate. It demand. the Hon. James Semple. men in each city swept 1 t the market and pock '

streets.>> the wot)Id thsug'n the newspapers. This is much hoped by all hal I I the case will be By inspection of the Thermomelric eted (he profits. This is whollyInexcatt* :

." 1Vhy1" said the Frenchman.: is lh,! way to make" an intelligent: republican less serious than has been supposed. Range," in another column, it will be seen FROM have electedall hI! The Charleston paper throw ibi 74
It is not considered polite to those who and) virtuous population.) -Lowell Courier. Col. Baker, of Illinois, is the lion of the that at 8 p. M. on Thursday last it was at IowA.TheVhils blame upon the Ruil-Roads Nor of Wd'
walk] there also ; and therefore is forbid city. He is followed by curious crowds of the officers of the House, in which the mington ; we have generally, charged in up
Jen.11 WRITING ON NEWSPAPERS. circularhas friends, who want to know what he thinks 37 F.-during that night it fell to 24, three Independents hold the balance of on the Wilmington and our orilb|

,* I respect authority ; I obey," said the been i issued by the Post-office Department of the war and its prospects-how he got which we regret to learn, has been very destructive power, as well as the joint vote of the Leg bors at Columbus attribute It to some mt' j

Frenchman. .He threw away his cigar;; and directing deputy post-masters to over his wound that he received') in the row to vegetation. islature.] management on the Central and Macon i j
continued walking: by the side of the supposed remove the wrappers from .all transient, among the volunteers-what is to be done Western Roads. The probability is tbajj

officer, and with French facility; en- newspapers, printed circulars price currents. next, &c. Col. Baker came Ire from the Q/1": 'The Pennsylvania volunteers left we are al mistaken and that the whole eiaj
ihe Savannah
from
inred into conversation, which: he turned pamphlets and magazines received at their seat of war on a military not for Pittsburgh last week on five boats, charted O A slip Georgian could remedied by a memorial loCo |

r chiefly upon the country and] the govein- respective offices and if found lo contain political purposes. He has been laboring by the Government at $4,000 each, to be of 27th. nil. elates tint on Saturday gress, praying that the Post-Office Depr:..

anent ; the Emperor giving; much inlbrmaion. any manuscript or memorandum of any kind, to obtain some asstlance for the volunteers, landed in New Orleans. The Governor morning, about half: past 4 o'clock, fire was ment may be placed in the hands

i / either written or stmped, or any marks or who, as he represents, are suffering from reports found in that city to proceed from some cotton gentleman of sagacity foresight, and lbe
IK soon found that many persons saintedcompanion. signs, except (the name and address of the many privations. They are in want of to the President that the second regiment before the warehouse of Hamilton: alized business view Mr. Johnson J '.
J}J3 ; person to whom it is directed, shall be clothing, and they were much embarrassed is now ready to march, and that the piled proved himselfso utterly} incompetent 10.! "

I "You appear Monsieur, lo possess itIrge charged with teller postage, by weight; and by being obliged to pay very high prices foi third is still more desirous to be moving towards Hardeman & ( 0., ou the corner of Aber- task, that it ia about time for Mr. Pol

I acqua'iqlaucesaid he. if the person to whom it is directed shall every thing they bought on the Rio Grande. the seat of war. corn and Bryan-si reels, which was extinguished political friends to move against him i8 1 1'

,That is a /Jcl," said the Emperor. refuse to pay such postage, the pot-master There are large stores of clothing in the after six, and injuring defence. He Is penny.!ise and profouDd ll

4 {U'hey'alhll OUt thin Frenchman talking, is to send! to the office from whence it came possession of the government, but the volunteers EXPLOSIVE CTTorfhe Board of Or- eleven bales.' burini was an incendiary attempt, ignorant of both the wants and wishes oC
and have the offender prosecuted for he( have no to obtain They I otherwise be is
any.
?aptJthe j Kmperor; replying| ) way people, or to rglrltl.their
and of $S. The of the sender have and in the clothesever dinance has rejected the proposal for the as the fame were found to proceed from
flforc salutation: uncapped>>I heads, penalty name slept fought same interests to be the ofofct'
the subjects since entered the service. use of Prof. SCHO.NBEIN'S Guti-Colton in two different portions of the ''the ,
'low reverences, ;ai&cdibe;;; .cuijosii; of the waitien stamped on newspaper, they They pile, at a free Republican government.
.fflrJuyer. hi'.n: I'J the siiie; : fctirtl'v-' Iraut aid i from thegovernmcut. They want the Btihb llY, ccl"IDet of a cotton ihul filled with cotlon." ccrcly trust that all men of all (patties lare

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4 ,,_- : inii1; ':1loflheprH'nt.! rlrn3t tO "Jl'J E: IKigiUittii i. flNER'S Apalachicola Exchange. ------- ,-
the( [1947.Kept U. S. Mail Arrangement.
JANTAKY.
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I It III or al t letst: THE subscriber informs his friends THE Steamer AUGUSTA D.1J..I'ai.'i .
;Ul orllt I peVlrtIut'nt.of Con"rrss iny 1skeo1uel in ApaKichicoIa. Florida.! By BROWNE. and Ihe public in general. that he has be- N. McLean, Master, will learn,

II Il"l11hrrl 1 11'110 .0 clo hut (I ItIl,. Lal 29 42', Limstf84 50' XV I PlTOF APALACLflCOLA..Janu.try9.' come the Proprietor of this above well :Apalachicola every Ttfesday atd .

iIlUres to C I ISa rtl 1flejab1ican. _Elevation above the Sea, mean, 6 feet. nn'ED. known house, and will be pleased to entertain "Saturday! at 10 P. M. Leave
AI any of the travelling community that favor Chattahoochee
II II ? Jan 3 H. rk J W may every Monday and Thursday at
Blodgct Loring fm Porto him
D'Z t-ounw Sa"s- Ddte I Ddr. II\\ II \Vind. II Rico. to D Wood Ac Co. with their custom, and! will afco accommodate 12 M. She will also make weekly trip to Bainbridge .

The ein! at presciit predommKr ) u'l Fri-dar. -5a9tE: SE s. I Jan 4-Ship Robert Watt, Johnson fm Liver resident boarder The bar will always be and Port Jackson Leave Bainbfidg every
( with ;
supplied
nll Jt e genuine liquors of the choicest
pool.Jan. i Wednesday night. Leave Port Jacksod
hers of Congress, wet 2 otlnrdny. 167 71 ;'lSV): SW \V. eferjf
'o Ilualily. JOHN PATRIDGE.
th| I
(? BrigTyhee.. McCormack fm New York Sunday night.
""" 3 t3N1: SE SE ,
StJrid.4y.
; ". the( claim* of our citizens : jfi$17t1 to NnurMSione & Co. Apalachicola, Nov. 14, IS 1C
that be I 4 'IlInddY -j671 7l SW. sw. NW .2.1 ; Every attention! will be paid to the rafrty and
will ;
ell. lcO fr( f'polilt; iOIl1. (-tc., 5 TOtIdy. 606Ji N SW. Calm .an 7-SchrOntwa, Corsden, fm New Orleanr. comfort of Passergers. and strict attention to any

MfV an"I paid by our own o"f'rnm'ntuml'11 I 6 \ 6& XE :m.: SE 8-Pcbr Santa Rosa, -, (fin X Orleans marshal House. business confided 'to the Captain or Clerk of the"Boot.

n afJ trllutHI that the Wi'f; 7 \\"l'dt1IOJ'IY'Irl I1.nW, SW. SwI Sieamer AUUII. McLean fm Chaitahooctiee.Meaoi.'rMary CANADIAN VKItltHFUGE. HAVING taken the above establishment Dec. 213. l"S4C.JanU .-
u.n. 0 I A Moore] Moore fin Columbus. !- Armisfead' Hotel .
( 1 bv.heMVtiro .I (formerly -
In Iratcd) in part: if not entirely ., I: r.'I.JtK"l..t Clear, do., fog ; 21. cirro Steamer Enf.iul", Thompson, fm Enfanla. The remedy to which we would call the alfen- Ffl; ) I am now having it neatly fitted For Liverpool.
4 those: claim, do. 4th. cirro tolra.\ Steamer Col'imbu- lion of the publil'. is one which has proved sue"ccsshil
liquate : do clear \ fm Cofumbns.
: 1 to tu ; 3d stratus ; Stapler, Iii up, so that I be able lo makeall TilE bark .MERSEY
I superior
ItlS"1 0'I'I United .S..1'lt'S hav.ns. rrcoz- '. It)'-, clear nimbus ; 5rh. clear all day ; 6ili Steamer Viola V t Veghien. fin Columbus. for a long time ; and' it i is universally ac- may -'- -
who call take
,J ;; Jt f'rllnf ,hi''' :IS a cause tumulus do clear ; 7ih. dark cirro ttratus, I I"l'nl..l Steamer m.IOi. Morton fin Colnmbn ouleiifcd by all who hates frkd it, robe FAR comfortable, and flatter the bulk of 600 bales cotton for the'above

jed the I nOIl.pl. III their 1 set11fll. le of ram, clear do. I i Steamer Notion, McAllister fm Culnmhls.I SUPERIOR lo any other medicine ever employed mysell withthe hope, that those who call may named port. For freight apply t'
10 uulerlilkC he induced to continue their The J. DAY
& CO.-
bufl1 tIOW Steamer Champion patronage.
is CadwHllader.fm Columbus. In diseasestVr which it is recommended. It not
Wilr. -- -I I Steamer Peviona, Gi err, fm Columbus. only destroys WORMS AND INVIGORATES Stage all stop( with me, and in the absence of For Lh erpool.' ,
t' relinquishedTlavcnp'he 1 COMMERCIAL.I Steumer Albany niffin. fm Columbus. either of them, who here will
.
anally passengers Mop
States THE WHOLE SYSTEM TilE
J I Steamer but il dissolves and superior Copper'd and copper
Lotus Allen fm Columbus. meet with detention
no ,
of our ciuzciu.$ upon I as private conveyancecan
claims carries off the slime fastened bark ..iL.fB.'lolU.f.lIeriUmuter
I superabundant or mucus SO
,
I in I consideration( of and in payment'ranSe ; :I Since our report;:, of:;Tuesday j; we have CLEARED. PREVALENT IN THE STOMACH AND Stage be arrives had by application torn?. The Eastern ,.?, has more than half her cargo goitOf "

.It 1iII'I..' II .1.h'rnta"C' ; < iml wllc") : had Stvt'ral! arrivals from Columbus with full cargoes Jin 2-SchrPanami. Fomth. for N Orleans. BOWELS OF CHILDREN, more especially at 7 o'clock on Mondays, A. M., Wednesdays and departs and Mondays Fridays board. For freight of remainder apply! to

I f vrarfdelnv, a bill j is formally passed I '.i a lisP of some four or five feet having again Brig Welletby, Davis, for Boston, by D B those in bad health. The mucus forms the bed %%Wednf''da and Fridays at S o'clock on P. :11_ CHAS. kOGEIIS. & Co.De .
It'r : small of Wood A: Co. or nest in which Worms produce their ic.16.
'In- n'funda; portion !i the river in good boating order. Our fdewr'srnard young M. The Northern Sra
I i put after -
t departs
*'* I it. We. also 1 1 I T.atk: Triton, Lure, for Providence, by T L and by removing it, it is impossible for worms to. immediately For New York -
dk vetoes but still the arrival of
l' supply the Ea.stern
> 'I r. ( |I L now present a more ample the and return the
; remain in body. It is harmless in its etlectson
1jcIln'
Great Britain, pnmipallyii 11li'chll Schr same day, at S o'clock, P. M. The Western THE splfiidul fast sailing brie T} .
with j i tlie operations are tillite limited. Yesterday a por- tunf'r. Trott.tor New Orleans, by the system, and the health of the isabvasimprOVe(1
ent torlllolis spoliations she comm.ttodir"r ; lion of the! late having been upon theinkrt i i Cb.is Rogers patient Stage arrives here in time to lake the Eastern ,nEE Capt. McCfrmack, Will! : have
put
\ ;Commerce, ; but Mich a thing liS'j' receipts active business was done, the sales! j Jan 7-Bark Eliza, Haynes, for New York, by discovered. by its use, even when no worms line, and departs on Mondays Wednesdays at.d .despatch for the above | ott. For freightor
are
a more I
naLintfitI4itU Inl Ac Pi art. Saturdays, at 8 o'clock A. M. By this line, passage, apply to the master, or to
our
for the amount upon, amounting to some t-ix hundred bales. To-day, iiili.uiRn. Johnson, for Xew York by The Canadian Vermifuge is only 2: cents a L Lbottl passengers will take the Mail Boat at Cliattahiw- "NOURSE, STONE & co.
was never In"alellnrn bands. We. makeno Nourse. Stone & Co. and is much more easily administered, thanoth..r. Jan 0
rnnlCIII
about 700) bales have changed chie for Apalachk'ola) on Monday and Thursdays.A. 46 W.f n
about-. -very body kto, 9, I lhatuch'hf I change in quotations. Ship Floridian, Whitmore, for New York, by G. MARSHALL
rt"m rrlnsalof Mexico to sf'lIle the our Nourse, Stone Ac Cc. Prepared only by JOHN WINER & Co., 53 October Proprietor. For BoMtfn, to sail 15lh lust,

10. e 1 dillensViiS! a loud anJ jusl LU'ERroOL. CLASSIFICATION.1817. IS 16. -Jan 7-Brig Delaware B orden, for Fall !i\er. Maiden Lane, New York. Quinry, ISI IK. MVI3tf -'- -- TilE new bark J W BLOD GET,

[li.ims' "f our It was not the I cause; Inferior... ... .... none.. by Wood. Ballou.. II. F. ABELL, Agent For Item, .Loring, master, will sail as above Fcr

.: te: U|I' C., ''11111.lIlIt'1f'1 eonnectf.1- ) rih it.hi .- ,. Ordinary. .. .. ... ....- a &% 61 a 6i --u_ _' __ Jan 9 Apalachicola._ THE Property on Centre st. known asthe -freight on deckor pito-rage, apply to
u'ar ." Middling... .. ... ... 9a9J 6| a 7 LIST OF VESSELS IX PORT. The ;;; City| Hotel. ApHyfo D. B. WOOD & CO.

: even.ifit wa*, II' r.cilly ntrangf claim, '. Gt"nd Middling .. .. .- a 9l 7J a 7Middling SHIPS. Great Canadian Remedy.WINER'S [nov21] D. B. WOOD & co. I Jan f> 7 Colun.bus Row"
Iri'1r1 tha'' b -Rids) incnrrinsi ihei Fir.- a 9j 7? a 7j PECTORAL SYRUP I

pnt r uf tII.; ,ur, willch) will tic .r,0.000.. '.I Fair .. ... .. ... .9Ia1U 7$ a 84 Wavertv, Smith, 539 tons, fin Mobil, waiting OF HOREHOUND ELECAMPANE.) For Rent, For Boston.

llt"'d lOll.OOO.OUUuf) cI lI.lr", lliai FRBiolirs.Ve have heard of two engagements Master Packard! Unrivalled for the cure of Cough, Colds Asthma, THE three fire proot Stores in the Co- -;-!.. TilE fast sailing: ship C4'vTo':
be Canton 415 tons for Boston t"m1.o11
i / loading-
-/V. Spitting of Plood, Whooping Cough, Difficulty ; [j InnllJlJ3 Block, known as Nos 7, 5 and Packard, master, will meet withpatch des
J .".IitCS, in oI..Idilion, should riaof > for Lin'rpolllt.ince Tuesday at $d. To Xew York I) B Wood V Co. of Br..alhingPeuri, [
: will I
[j IIIle' y Consumption, ; they be rented either Fr dck
he separately or 'freight
on ,
Andrew Scot! Emery. or
313 tons City Point.Vi. pa.qgf"aplJi ,
for
wiih I
Mtxtcv cllill l parlicolaily: ) and Ho.-ton no new enaeInentb-maters refuse and all Diseases of the Lungs. together-
iI. ({,1.ts In' 11-rha"] 1? .r" V: Co possession given immediately. Apply } to Uar,2 DR WOOD & CO.
asre-rfnU I France: and IngIntl. 1 3.16c.inthe latter < ( Bronchitis! a disease that is sweeping thousanils to nov21 .
lit. csaiHiil'-s' port. Harriet Genni, 447 ton, fm Liver. [ ] D. B. WOOD k CO. - -
1."winch\ welnve. qiioled above and \\ i ilhiief.riuiT I ---_ ., HockWtI. i -Master.BARQUF.S.. to a premature grave under the name of f For Boston.
,
,rtuCtJlaI' .V. when 1 lie I (Jovernnrt COTTON siTATEMEXT. Last Consumption, can be cured by using this medi Stores for- -Rotif- ---- THE packet bark l". SPLf. Bliy.n,

p ih) rhirns (f onr ritiisfora year. .t ine. STORE No. 6, in Columbus Block, master, will Mil on tile ItA" ins'. Fv
I banned I aay the whole I I Stock on l11n.1 SPI'I. 1. IdtG.( 13() 4 Robert ""al. Johnson, 491 tons, fm Liverpool, I For several years past, this medicine has beenn .lately occupied by Sims & Cheever, and deck freight or passage apply to

K,-/I ftieal benelil to iMlion. Bur II since 1st Sfj.t. 100 waiting I -Master I i Use in Canada, where it has become universaly Store No. 2, Block C on Wafer st. Jan2 D B WOOD CO.
with Mexico.it will heiiieiluiyol" J Blodff.'t, Lorinjj, tons for Boston load- Apply -
IOI\.rn apcarf -933ileceived \ 1s l known, and is considered the bet medicine '
12 make her 3 days... ..8.8C2 in? B Wood Co. to NOURSE, STONE & CO.
to I past -l in
ilie (:II.t'rnmen' i use for all pulmonary disease The For Boston.
I -S Avola l > 309 tons, for Providrnc greatuccess Dec 25 46 Water street.
.. .. 13,643 11'li ?-
Ilad'I
nrofj/, I for. those rl-i-ns% iliiiiiRii 1 in theLvr Ilr "ou"l[)Total .. .- 23C9D 25351S604 C Roser- Co. and Wood !c Ballou 5 which has attended its use in that coun- ..t.EtTHEtIne bark JOJW 1JllofV&R.

)ptMce wilhtiieal ,Britain noihiostifdie 1 lixporn-d pJ"I.3 days ... .2.KS4previously 'aspia'' >. !11",". 221 tons, for Boston, loading-D 1 ry, and the many truly wonderful euro which Dwelling Rent. Hubb master will sail on Ihe 12th

I ki uJ *.* (ll ne. and It never dirilcdritbtr "' ... ... 4.180 B \ Ar Co. have been efii-cted; by it, has induced the proprie- THE small Dwelling House lately' occupied inst. For freight on deck, apply to

,f or complaint., [jv. (). Bulletin. Jrotdl.----! Gsr. ohn Brower, Hnlbs. :310 tons, for Boston, loading t ors to introduce it into the United States, confident bvMr W MrKn7ie.. Inquire I __Jan 2 D B WOOD & CO.
)) rem.uk D B Wood As Co. : t of of
its being the most safe and valuable remedy NOURSE, STONE & CO.

____ OH hand and on s1iitubnrdnoicIeared 18.S16747 Alih-tini. M rritt, 37 ton*, for Liverpool, load ever discovered, and adapted to all diseases Dec 2tj' 46 Water street. For Providence R. I.
hCh'; ,* !H{czt"r ..: Co THE fine bark _JIVOLA Davis miser -
of the !lungs when any of the functions do net -I-t.-'
------
A Ft.u.-No'' long since, some half Jersev, rnfin.:2 Ion:; for Li\'rpoolloading- For Sale ? will; have despatch. For freight on
EXPORTS or COTTON FROM AFALACHICOLAa.iiio.ciuj J perform their natural or ha"ty action, exerting a ,
., of ,be (:cullOFl1eS bronchi. hie i in ihf Isi Idlt and DiV TilE House deck, or passage, apply to
,| .l'II rvptemhT, )- same most grateful and snothing influence over the on the corner of Chestnut

,. J'ns Ji" w''de' enj-it-.l: in clearing awaylirusli _ _ I!time,- in 1S45.ER _ S.tal:ht'at :Sands: 401, waiting J Day A; Co. unctions t tl3nlGs. of the whole system, diminishing excitement 'in fiii;;; and Live Oak streets known as the Jan 2 CHAS ROGERS & CO.
Bn.hnul Island sfaieilan -=------------- "
I ou a farm 'HI P.lst IPrexi- s 1.4-I when excessive, allaying irritation, -_ Goldstein House. Apply For Vu.

C n'1I"U"/lOi; iMk*. A S if$ app ised( of ihepreihl I Will F.Xr:RTED. I (1Li ., oU81}','TOTAL//I Louisa Benton, Chester,Stone 153 tons& Co.for X Or:>an!, ifirenessand pain, arid speedily imparting renewed Jan -i GREEN & CO l'F.RY. THE City good coIl Point| i end ship JIJCDREW

cofllo; ?Clio: (for-nake% .meathis Mi.iUe- v-ri'.,.,. .. .. .. .. .1:911) Lawrence In.lding-Xomt CopelamJ, 1'aker, 219 tons, from Xew vigor and elasticity to I the whole frame. For Sale. SCOTT, Emery, master, will have

"eat oil"ai! full 1 op| -cd J lor I the 1 c .ven ofi ::1 I.'rt .. .. .. . Orlpan", waiting-Marter Prepared and sold, wholesale and retail, bv THE ..mmdiate despatch. Fcr rrc'gM on dtcJf
House
i slip;bousf. but the con:oes. .!i 'It'l rmttll'd '\1"1.: . .. ..... T}bife, McCormack. 329ions, for New York, with JOHN WINER & Co., S3 Maiden Lane New ;: between Forbes situated on Commerce, or passage, apply to
In ( .
and
JlIt street the Fiorida
ire-te .... ... ... York soie for the
Uni'ed States.
.
desp.itch-Nour.eSrone Co. proprietor
tn ht\'c ban as he was to st w.iy. ral..t..1\ ;.-DOITi.il. .. ... ... .. \__ ___ -._-- II. F. ABELL Promonade, at present occupied by the Jan 2 CHAS ROGERS & CO.

dealeinugycll; a"d) Mailed in C'1.S.C, The 'hlll.rll"rl i ,.. ... ... .... on New Orleans un, for sale by .J 119 Apalachicola., Agent subscriber. The hon-e i is in good repair, free For New Orleans.
the 'li-ciiou of the( I house, in EXCHANGE f from Incumbranceu with
IIIAke i ran tn i tn For. Ports. ...IJ9t1I ) J. DAY CO. anod yard and well .c--. THE new and splendid biig LOUISA

jJP| vafinnv of wh'u-.h! : i here w.is a lar :e ((1112- Xew York..., ..... **-I** .*>..._ .lIr!!'."..4571li"'l & List of Letters of ,,'ater- i* well calculated for a small family. BEJVTO.Y, Chest ci,ma'er, will have

n bihiU: nich bad been long abandoned t .. ..... ...1.. ... .::37S..378', "'' EXCHANGE i on Boston, Providence, New REMAINING I in the IW Office, Apalach.: Attached to the premises is a good stable. For in.nn-diate despatch to? the above port.

,. ProId..I1. .. ,. ..... ightcheck 1 1547 term-, apply to
htf ii* builder. The snake r1L
itiIUfl4:; and had( succeeded in getting onehtI !'I"t.d..l: ... ... '>n New York Artist any Uasjuerian Melondes, Joseph Ja.-2: *'-lm M. CARRIGAN. Jan 2 ISQUftSE. STONE fc CO.
( ,1'1'"! 'hia..I..t'.I.' . .. .772 WILLIAM G. PORTER & CO. IMzhooven Daniel Montgomery, J J -- -
; I us length) in a hole in i iisside, W.It n une New .. .! ;' .2192. .677 Dec Agents Hank of Brnn wick.T Brown, G B 2 Marsh, Julia L For Rent, J. Flynn,

nf the roiijoM to whose |et hunger ami Oilier po'rta... .. ...\\\\\W\\"! \ \ \ .. .. .\.\ .132r : Urockenbrough, W II 2 McAllisttr, W J ;'! TWO Front OlSces, No. 30 Water st. (Late T. CLARK.)

blll'1" .IId .I tt4li" f"r1 dflicimis rejji.st hiil;
J'rrc ,.Il4' .!al.hetJ the plJ'c, TOTAL-"*r.E".\! .-.-.".I.-I.. .1.TfiSTl'.TSoUlPASSENGERS. on Cotton consigned 'o their friends in LiverPool J W 3 Noyes, Albion : :'ft J. 9 GREEN & CONNERY CONTINUES to on this bust

Quick as ti:htntna 1 he Congo 1'izf'l.hin: .-- h _____ lan( Boston and New York. Brown, Jane .-nnil' \"t'1I, John N An Ordinance, ness m Apahchicr.Ia carry, two doers below -

I liv, tsie M l and :i seven; Mrus I le ilnlilnal I ofMr.Mitii D. B. WOOf&. CO. Bruce, Levice Ozanne E 5 Amending an Ordinance, entitled "An Ordinance tk the City Hotel on Centre street.

eus.ird, the snake iryinj* with all Per Eteam-r A'igu-ta-Doctor Lang, Cart J D.(: 7 \ Row. Brown, Jamps O'Dor.al.rv. Kr-tabh.ebmg: and[ H..guldting) a marker for the Having sftpt'rior'rkmen, he i.

his nnjlit l lul jmll his jieison in and) i thrronzutiz 1 io'ielas: MfrsJ J COadIUl41! ThulU I" Preston, Butt. Raridts, Anna Pierce, C BfarringtnnSophronia City: -\ptilachicola.." confniciil ttvat if 11 who may patn-nize him will finrf

\ \ "tilt .II!! his iiult', to pull I tie 1Il1.t" ". .1 Ad"ina and And"r a..t FORWARDING That
a gaeioral much of
; iut. They were It.ilaMCfi Meaner l'rilona-MCMrS Cone, OU1nf''aru.c W tl Chapman; I HarriotCampb1 P.IIt'11 so an ordinance entitled -\n Calf Skin, Morocco, and Patent Leather Bootsor
l p rsill pretiy nearly .\ !., '.Jo-3nt, A F l.ocKlcy.Meamer I &COMMISSION BUSINESS !, Euos Porter, Ned, col'd boy Ordinance establishing and regulating a Markel t Shoe made to order of the latest and mot
..wll/! /'" Mrnccle wout'l h.ive l.iiled l'.r ::]try.lonrf'Tr \\ H Young. ui.1 solicits the patronage of his friends and tht Clark, Thoa Parker, James N for the City /If Apalachicola," a'J permits said I st\Ie. He will also I hand approved

some ntjii' hid not a cull.i been bronchi '!h Hren an 1 ...n.anlh" McMelnn si.Mer dud :ji.ic.; Dec-JO .1-J Couch, I Ht-nry Penn, Mary A market III he kel,1 U.t':1 ii, H'e Sabbath be hereby and selected assortment of keep Ready on Made a Booti large,.

lu ilie -oitcsi.: l'IItt'rIr' Butts and Iddy: Mrs I Turner, Mrs Corwin, Jas C Pow, John repealed. And that said market be allowed I
l brian; I irC i>itile: M"'rs'A Slow Ls Fred E -SAMUEL IJENEZET is du- Shoes and Brogans. All mending, &c., done
my be
Tilt: ; Mtike w is cI..tdlc.l.! anti when DiiRa., I IJ K DmliII SIltdr E J llardin., NOTIDE. Agent during my abencefromn Cammey, John N Ruse, J C 3; to kept f.pen until 'J o'clock on each and every with neatness and promptitude, and on tennr

tiie-tsureil.' ".
wns of ibf Ron *\\i> Clt" '. The iiui und which ervant J 11 D(mund, U II Uobin-on, and S Der 'o R. "1O'KTT KERR Co irv. Mr Rivers, T H B & Co Passed Dec. 2-ld, 1S4C. with the competition in trade and the cksenew

he .meinpie J 10 enter w.Ji aflerwaiai'i ,t duvii j il,itcliinsonPer.teame Dick. n, W D RubisonV E. C. ROBERTS Mayer.W. ofthe times

; n UMS IKIUM! to contain 150 slIa1\' r.'JflulatajJ; Mc1vr D.n is,Judjuiui II C\ Arrangement.THE Dickinson W C Sellll, Thos VALLEAU, Cl r!. Apalachicpfci October 3f. 41-(m
; MsrsS Sa'idifurd. and I'.iri'r Davis Rebecca Storer, David W 3 -
e.:*. mej:unns t I (I1".1",1 I and a half.-- l'.r tmvr Champion: -Messrs Wakefield! Okiv An Ordinance IVowiH's of
: I1O31E JOURNAL, FOR 1817. lavi#, ThosDemund Stapler, XVilIord W Honey Llverwoflr1"OR
Th.'I're' wiUioot ilmilit.) the t'g.i of tin. arid UuiFin.IVr i THE JANUARY NUMBER. James II Sutton, L G 2 Providing Section Watch for the City of Apalachtcola! Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Spitting of
IiIa b winch was l.illt'll.Ve need not sin : \' stf-unr-r Ai2'i: "ia-Mr* Pnt and servant: Jane 1. Be it ordained by the Jfat/or and Blood, and all the affections or the
Dujlas Stewart Jas
WE and do jMBgfIpadins
that ,
\l" -rs I''itnani, L P iachi, Du Monte, D G Furuir regret ( we not regret) to SJ) Council oj the city of.ipala hi ola, That (rom
w.i a huh ii-ty lor the cioe., Itinl'iM WiI' 0'i.rlas, Ezekiel Smith Jis to Crrisumption warranted to be
134 iley. we are u.'i.lei I be necessity of breaking tie? and) after Ihis time, there shall be four rompoa

: toiliein .4 fcastoff.il thing*.Liberia Per b'.llr -lhany-I/srs X P Foster. J T present series and cornrne'icing; a NEW VOL.UMK Davenport, SilasRdgeworfh Smith, Wm good and efficient men, who with appointed the Marshal, ed vegetable substances only. for sa1" bY'

Ihr.zd.1Iite1t.Zfnce! Uu:, liu;hSjK'ars, W Berry, Master Copland.KHCEIPTS nf the HOME JOURNAL in J.ui.u-irv-the demand Wm Shirley, Mm M shall constitute a police for' slid city. augll J. C. ALLEN.

for the first and second numbers having so 'Jar exceeded EdmundMary Srjifii, Samuel 2
Sec. 2. Be it further ordained.; That it shall PUBLICATIONS, just received and*
frmii I the seat of war i is up to I FIIOM TiE IXTEKIOK.IVrii our IOtUI1ti.I., that we can no 1onersupply FaG WFoster Skirkley, Roht be the duty of said Police to watch said city at CHEAP by

the J4ili! I I''C.. from I r.a.1s. (;ten. T..y -uii'T, A'l;tHia-15 1 bil -s cotton, 2 bo.xe.! the new subscribers who naturally wi/li David Stephens' ; Calvin night from 9 o'clock till daylight, in such alternation Nov 21 J. C. A'LX..

111-\;> flu his unrcli Victoria, and) Geni'jtlrr ?hacco, 4.s.ickgrnuindje.i1| to A. McKay; 12 lo ctiniinc-nre with the be inuinjj. Our kind'ric'c. Faust, Phillip Sf-oley, Samuel so to make the labors each one equal. .
The 1.1.,1 !>.tle c(iiiin an i :>1 sack's c rn Lorkhart. V ., who will have received five riornbf .>f Fely, J1 Silvey, JosSliaw" Sec. 3. Be further ordained : WindouGlass..
. !;oi: to Tampiro. l nanieiit That said Po
"I:: 7 li-iles ("I.n to I n (; lianey 11 hnxestobacco HOME JOURNAL, willingly, we Fiher, Sarah Ann Robt G lice shall receive for such BOXES just received. 7 by 9, 8 by 10;
wil.ubmit
I lull services
> arri ,'
< tvii ;M ; >on o! 9UO; men. It wat repurteJaul toThos Pre-lon 5 bales cotton and 1 box twenty-five o
; IW ) to the havitiii or fo Gilniore Oliver SharpIt :", A JGrdHn. U ID Ii% 12 I'l H and
2 bales ; l paj.ers dollars for each and every month that said watch; by 11 by 16, 12 by
believed tint Santa 10 llawley cotton to Jas F
Anm ni.i4tJOUt : tUU'ICCI Tumor. t: ; ::11. in with the VOLUME FOR 1517 ; and the G W Thorn Jos shall perform said service IS, for sale by [nov25] J. C. ALLEN.
10 UMke a d.ish at Worth) who i i- ( ; C Talbot Ambrose
will be convenience 0 ', Guy ,
new
arrangement a .
I'er steamer bales cotton lo D H great t. SecI. Be it further aine That notice
still ;at Saltillo. To ihis elTecl an exprc*:I Wood \('o: 1310 rMlol-2 low.ttd .\l liutherfoid; 111 tl 11p distant/ subscribers, who had only It.ur ol firn'e: ;, David S T>l lr, Win JTmdal shall be gien and that application shall be received Building Lots for Sale or to IleaCr
had rearhed Gen. Patterson. The Mexicans Frrd I : alter first GJrlZZ3, Oi.I'1 Jackson Q EVI.RAL Lois! well Mlu.tcd in
1.to Hii. U.WII.' Co; 6 to our ;present scries ifs numbrser ex- !by the Council for the election of said differentparfi*
are r.ii.in:: troops (in spite of our ocCupying IlariHT & Holmes. !''taosted, and who nlw can Olmfurr.thl' lIollin iiu-i, L DHaricock -1 Vaughn, henry J watchmen in the s.iifie manner ?s 'Ii r t.thcr city L) of the city. APPlY to

the country) on the Ilio Grande. rr .-''II'r j'-tuufla-5)3) bales cotton to Hill, I'olumc with the .\\a, MVe shall issue I ChaVarner, JValleau officers appointed by said Council. NOURSE, STONE &CO.

i, At Caour, on the rrenin:; of the lUth ;a I t.tws.Ii E ,'1)ig.is Co; 224 150 to to I 1) U vV.iod .'Co; 151 23 to L- thercibtc. Nuu.< 1 ot J our NfW'OLVIE on Ited: I Hanos, Samuel Clerk CircuitI1itchin'n Sec. .*} Be further ordained, That for neg Dec 12 40: Water street.-
Rogers
Frt"r ; (hoS o\COj to and thereafter I John S 2 Court.
of January, keep even pace wit) lect of
Mexican was taken in the act of attcinpiinp r Dodge fc Pratt; 9 to order. dnty, or intemperance, any member of
['dl her Ti tile's oM-fashioncd Illicit, MiculHumphries Wnmltrs 11 R :For Sale
Aiorp (&G bales beginnings arid said Police shall be liable to be i .
to blow the JVr discharged from
powder ma'zinc. Indeeili I I I"allr1'n' -
up colol :
to A X \d\IY: 2to Lockhartoln(,'; 9 tOtoJ ending6. Stephen Willson, C S, office by the Mayor, and to forfeit, not exceeding E:, o CASKS superior Bacon Sides
wouldmil that
iuevcrv within the
man u I Huxley, JepemiahH'rn Williamson, GorrlttWiridharo U .J" "
I) !:;. \ Pral; 33doatid 1 sacks groundpeasto one month's wages at t the discretion of the Mayor Shoulders;:
Mexican I.'rriitiiry we m'-e.t an tincouipio \\"I.\. McK'-nzie. The following are the only terms or> which ,Zachariab 2 Godfrey Sec. G Beit further ordained That the duties 50 bbls Whiskey 100 do. Flour;

1flIitlZ f.' ; bcins wll t thrashedseems tll I Ienrate I.r I"'amf'r Viola-22(5 bales cottun to J J the IOU; JOURNAL is furnished! to subscribers : J"hllm| John H Wilier, Fanny of said Police shall be to NOURSE, STONE & C&
all
without! ouiiduiti: them. ".h-I; 2.10 lo D Wood A: Co; 177 n> Xoirstouc "-, 0:1t: copy for out- year. . .'j'J IMThi ) Kerr, R C Wing, Capt A and vagrants that apprehend be found in the negroes Dec 2t" 4'j' Water .streef.-
V Co; II S to Ls Fred S Du;as; KM) to Cha- -e CunjeQ! t-> o/eaddr'0..5 00 Kt-lley I JosLandtrkin Wood, D may -
[Pcttuc Gazette. 2 IGIVLN in&t. % Afreets or other
._ !! ;rsA;
-- ; ;35 lo \\'Cod.Uil'ou.I'T Such as %- ., ", arid commence with Lamar Samuel Willis, Byrd C on duty, and perform any other duties A NEGRO WOMAN. *pply at flu'soffice..-
AID AxnCoMK.>RT.-Mr. D ivis, 01 6ranH.'r Eufo.I.1-21 halea! cotton to A X the JANUARY NUMBER are reque-ted to send Lawrence, Ch33Yiliaws Austin ., that may be prescribed by the Mayor, for the .J:1Dee5
Ivrutucky.( tn ihn House of Representative, xlrKciy: 2fl( 'to J..ch.tt \Voting; 101 to Clu quiet and safety of said city. -
II to the Otiice ol Publication No.
1U7ulon Jackson
mice Louis
!l 2"rsAc Co > McKenzie 12 tc I Passed Dec. Bagging and Kopc
on tie -i-2:1: iu"i., alluded lo Mi. 1'olk"rlurc ,- ; ; 23d, 1S4S
: slreet.Agents Persons calling for the above letters will
S Ilanley; 6 to Suns Sc ChlM do, 1 Ii L- CC3- E. C. 1CfPCS Kn.lUL-fcy Bagging;
of lircaiot. aainst the Whips, and I tiiha..d 1 box beeswax Porter -V: Co supply single copies, only. pleasesuy they are adverti-ed. W. VA-LLEAL Clrrk.Holiday. ROBERTS, Mayor 1\J\J 100 coils Rope;

IIl.eI1- Per t.awr Cliatiipion-201 bales.! cotton toD B GEO. P. MORRIS, JOSEPH S. MAY, P. M. -1 bales Baling Twine-fof sale by

44 \\'hAt wanressoii! It was giving aid I Wool J A: Co. W! :to MacUy A: Knnbrongli; 12iJi II N. WILLIS, Gifts. \V C G SORTER & CO.Dec .

.lill,1 cumfort to the And had not I II .1 Day fc Ci>; 1H to Xour.. Stone ,' Co; 117 InI ---- -- --- Franklin Circuit Court. VERY beautilul assortment of Card Cases 5 41 Water street.
c-ceujy. A
Eifcutire. bone thi a.Iioiltig .Sanla I I irpur 'Iu/w! ,; lUG I. X McKay; 101 to I Ml. Fine Boots and Broals. R'bertsAUerifcCo. Cases Visiting Cards 'If Various forms and '
lu I
huua Dawr-ori .V ; ) to CIJd liogers A: Co; 43 U.Lockbart CASES Gent's fine Calf HIHt,j Petition to Foreclose colors Tablets, Soveniers, Extract of a Thousand UlSKiECALMlEf. ar.ACAMPHOR,jwf

\ou",1tirf'ii IQ iketityoVeri Cruz Supposing A; Y."U 12 300 | Brogans. : r'; ., "H vs.Hot, and } Mortgage. Flowers Patchouly, Vanilla, and other received and fur n\e by .
P-rt-a C I bales J frl rare
n r specimens
CCI/JUPJ. MonJs. Perr or IllnIH-1' colollo. iNov 21 H. F. A BELL DrfPsr ", .
wtIiur ) Cohen; IJKi to Kuobrougli; For at low prices, by iC.: Lawrence. of Perfumery Gold and Silver Pencils,. ,

"i "at euoiuiao'lej- done ihis. aH N C IJuth rford; 100 ti. Cha Kogers & Co; 57 Jan F. KOPMAN.Ladies' ,. T..defendants: are hereby notified of the in- and many other fancy articles of Jewelry, designed Salt.
ul.J l the) not hae bceu arraigiwJ and I Hill: Co stitution of the above suit foreclose for
to fckharl. mUt10 Dawson Ai by p-ftition to expressly presents. For sale by"W
fffSACKS board bark
iriel) far IJe.cn4 ;.ind most justly Su|,- tl"dm"r Lotus-1W baIls Cotton to M car fine Kid andValking: :' their certain mortr.Ige deed, bearing date Vet J. C. ALLEN. 1 UUU Sarah Sheaff Liverpool fur sale ty

1)Ql Ul; t1e3? IlIi.2 ltttl (uunil in ccufejveucetli t Kim'tro-jgh: 154- 1.1 Xonrs-, .Stone V: Co; Shoes. 'I t thl' ljlh day ol October, IS 15, of a certain sloop '
1.OehtIartoiiii; 111 to Fred E leigas: 90iiUdrper ) 1 PRS. Ladies fine Kid Slippers Iron, Nails Ac.Cf Dec 5 J. DAY & CO.
4t.Jd c rrf' p".t1 IIIe ,- Sanla AIIIM. w uidpcen I ; L- 1" : ; called(! the Oregon, to secure the payment of -
& }J"lmli; M A McKay; 24 to 11 El- -J 100' Walking Sl.oe: \ TONS Swede Iron, assorted sizes
they *pt h.n e 1.re the prs. ; the "imof S J'.K). And at the spring term ofsml ; i LIFE PILLS AND PHffiNIX
dragged l\10Ffo'AT'S
:iiMin A: Co. KJO( colnre.l ;and,j black &\J !0.'i tve-is Nails, do.
Slippers. of receive*
House iiinlcr'juentiiiriably 1S6 court, I will move for a .judgment foreclosure.A. just an* for sale by
Coon balfs
Martial ordrrc' ? IVr steamer Albany- cotton to D BVojd
unny 4 casks Weeding Hoes
would. And Ihit't ". Ac Co: 236 10 Chas lingers: & Co; 113 10I.oekha" For sale very low, by G. SR.MMES, Att'y for Petitioner. aborted qualities; Nov 21 1. C. ALLEN*
they -
Blacksmith
A: young; 63 to Maclay & KitnbroughNOUNe ; Jan 9 .. F. KOP IAX, Apalachicola, J..n 2, IS 17 50-2m. 20 Steel Faced Anvil; -
prrclI whlIlhe Executive --- ( Salt.SACKS .
2'
had )
(lone, and I 57 Sione A: Co. English and American Vises ;
,
, li. cou'ln: < t escape from the dUeiuina inwuich I IVrIfatner fo Notjon-196! bales cotton to Chas I Fine Fur and Silk Hats. Caution. 20 Bellows; 1100 : afloat and in store, for sale 6f

< he was iovolved. Ka?"r. & Co: 212 lo 1' Wood Ac Co; 111 lo Ls; 1 O '.'ASES superior Fur and Silk Hats, which a tJue bill for $U', was given 12 dozen Spades and Shovel; D. B. WOOD & CO.

FiE" < Da***; 103 to J Div V Co; 101 lo (;reen & JL/O are offered very low, by WHEREAS 31st March, 1S41 by Win. D. 10 Collins Axes; Dec 5 7 Columbus Row,

IMPROVKMKX: IN Tilt MAGNKTIC TKVK- Cu-iu-ryt 43 to Maciay As Kiinbroush; 2 to J4n2 F. KOPMAN. Price, Deputy Collector for the Port of St. Joseph 10 bxs Cotton and Woolen Cards ; "TITISTAR'S and Balsam of Wild

.'t.'PII.-l'be'' hij.ideljhia) Lnlztrern\ nan V.rteainer Young.VtT Ansjusta-71 bales cotton to Lock- English s.EXpl.'ctl'd for public services, and said due bill having 1 caR >.land's Cast Steel Mill Saws; V V Cherry just received SVayne's and for sale Ly

.that Proto MORKK has invented a nrw <5j'f- huI"I: : 41 d<) and 13 boxes tobacco 10 Thos daily, per bark Magdala, 200 )pcs. been lost or mislaid, this is to caution any and all 1000 Ibs Cast and German Steel, for sale by Nov 28 J.C..ALW-a d
%\
}
icniof iiii.rkiig. i.c prt+i..c. by electro-w P t ton; 12 bala/ cotton and 7 boxes tulacco to A : Cambrics, or Calicos, of superior persons against rcci-ivin or necociatinji the \. G. PORTER & CO..

letigm, nioreMiujfle ,IMN! ln$ in.tru- V .McKay '< tobacco lo B S Hawley; 1 L styles, which will be offered at the verb same. EPIIRAIM ANDREWS. Dec 4 41 Viw cr' "" SALT-1CMW sacks afloat and for safe by .

IncH?. By hi' nw discovery present he cn inakr: bale coUcni.to J
toe Jan 3 F. KOPMAN. / Dec 12 Colombo* Row.
characters now ued. or the leuers of f X1'O1TS. --. Annuals for IS I'2'. OF A PRETTY WOMEN ; -
the alpbapei with The Steam \ s Richelieu ; Crilchton; Emilia Wyndham ; assortment of School Books just fecemil
ui i-xpediuvii hitlj.-rto : YJl.K-1er1tp Floridian-1027 bal Hydraulic Cotton \ Present, Moss Rose, "May AN ,
1 TilE Chevalier D'Hannantal; Livonian Tales The for sale by,
Doaitaitiftdby liim The greatest improvement' Prof. MOUSE Per bark Kliza-710 bales! cotton. 7 Columbus Block, is now prepared to I ."' Cii rist tl"as l.lossoms," Bush Ranger, &c., &c., just received and for Nov 21 i. C. ALLEN*
NO
sale
.Jo pos ibly tm\if.\ in regard in the Televraph Per bri; Manbatian. % bales cotton.361 bales Cotton fur Storagl>at reasonable rates, Wordsworth's Pot m!," Poetry of the Passions I42l by II. F. ABELL, A NNUALS for 1847; Poems; TOT Boob, .".,
FALL. IWEK.-Per l brig Delaware I and will for vessels "Gt'msroUl American Poems the :._ Druggist. -
i is io :ei it entirely out of ihe bands; be ready to compress by Tuesday x\. for sale by
"' uchmeo.s cuIt.n next. J. S HUTCHINSON. t'nt. 'IIupl) of Flowers" Mnntgomerj' and Bvron's Iron Nov 2J
and
Nails. J.
AMOS KKM>\... BOTOl't.'r br.t WelJeAy-378 bales cot- C. AILtNDiTowuseiitj's
Apalachicola, Dec. 1'2, 1816. 47-tf Poem ," Poetry of the Heart Elliott"'s Poems BARS Swede's Iron 200 ke I
;
A writer i-Jbe a'iouleUigf'ttcrr Io.PlO.JeXCE.I? fcafk Triton-533 bales i ," Christian Miniature," the FloralGitt," 1100 Nails, assorted sizes, for sale by Sarsap ttlla.
; lr Oil Cloths and Carpets. the :1arriagc Ring," the 't Casket of Jewels," TillS invaluable and justly celebrated coo-
sa Dec 5$
". J. DAY & CO.
) that half the' teaijieu .jn ouf lorhl arr clou\V AX8-Plr6ehr Pauma2lSbaleaculan. 1O PCS Oil Cloth, 1 and 2 yards wide; "Lovest Thou M"," and (he Flower Vase" has just been received and for sale by

foreignersFOL'cD OIL J.O 3 pea super Ingrain Carpeting; comprise a part of the above now ofleredt! for sale lame. Dec 2i5 J C. ALLEN DrugW.LI.iue. _

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GUILTT.: -Kobens, whose trhl _. __. ..h.__ ,- 2 Stair Also a large assortment of S hool and Toy from schr Goo Engs for sale by CASKS best Tftomaaton for Ale by

Ur; robbery has been going on at Sparta TARTAR, for sale by For sale by WM. G. PORTER &, CO. Books, suitable all the different ages of children. LOCKHART i YOUNG 500 t), JI. WOOD & CtXCohmbi

va-; haj U-cu fouud guitv, J CREAM] It ] IJ. F. \DELL: Dec 3 11 Water. street.._--. Del # NQ\'. 11 ; 1 Water strecf. Dec 1 nO\".


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; 'NE\V OF SEltlES run BY.Htile\ ittu' (Tax i f t.be power Collector's\..?ted in mn Sale.by law, I I I FORM I ( P E l-IOlIU-fLs.1: THE snb.ecribe.id Dry offer Goods.for sale a large and sea- 1Ltj- [ ?NottCf. Dl'n:-- DlefHeincs FRESH ARRIVAL: -(1

CONGRESSJONlGLOBE! \ :ull e.x.ii.sfi. t r sale bel.ne the Couit: I Unusad I Jla lc stock of Dry Goods, consisting in -- -- -- I'aLni ,


ANn day in July next, the following: properly situated : Negro Kerseys and Linseys John F. O. Thomas, TilE lersigned! returh) ,, to
TIic ,
jj1;. IT 11 J in the city of St. Joseph, or so much thereof, aswill Ijoiitloii Quarterly Kevic\v, White Flannels,, vg. S Bill for Divorce. to his friends and the pnLIic I41t

pay the State and County Tax on the same The EdiRbur"1 Rcvjc,, Plain anllt'd Fancy Marinda Thomas. ) liberal patronage, and bpjSfa; <
CONCJRESS at its list; sion, through lh Quarterly
ton I the year iS Ij! : Double twilled *, T cornpUinant has leave to file snpplemcn- now receiving jr
Library Committee of I!he tw) I llnnes, having L-.ts "') The Westminster Review \ tal bill which al! supply, which addott ..'
11 u.1iml'ru't1'alncd at !: > purporting Super Casamcres, was done. It appearing to |to )hir
aiitlion/.cJ a large subscript: Kin for the CONGRESSIONAL to belong to li I C Allen's estate. ANDULACn.'VOOD'S Super fancy English: and French ClothS the satisfaction of the Court, that the defendant stock, renders hn assortment unn nali.-,f

GJ.onE11 APPENDIX ; and the 1 Lot uni! mpr\'C'i.) ( valued at :")U, purportingto EDINBURGIIMAG.ZINE. Whitney Blankets, 10, 11 and 12 resides out of the Western Circuit of Florida: II and complete. English, French GerDlat, *
had, directed the mode qrs. I t
Senate, by resolution; ; is ordered That said American Drugs Cosmetics
belong! to Robert Armstrong. Dnim Band 10 defendant be required to appear ; ; J't'rf'JlnfrJ'r'
ol preparing the! leiioits of its proceedings' ail I Lot unimproved, valued at3'J, purportingto Bantes.8. and Cotlonadcs qrs.Deni0i and answer the bill of complaint on the and Druggists Glass ware, &c-, tic ,
authorized the Secretary of tie! Senate t>> con The above Periodicals are reprinted in NewYork first Monday in March to Physicians, Country are
belong to F (J Arott. Brown Shirting and 1S17& and in the fault Merchants ar.d
tract tvith the unJersiged stipulating, that t Ihere- immediately on their arrival by the DrilUhsteamers Sheeting, the t n.ost liberal othj1
3 Lots impl'o'l.J'a1l'd al/ $ 0, purporting to Cotton' t thereof, the said hi shall be taken pro terms-all of which lc\t
)OrS when: written out shill! lio Mibjct to the belong! to U Ucvcridjje's .'.Iat& in a beautiful clear type, on fine whitepaper Cotton Osnaburg"and and that I bra ( ( bl published 'in some conft newspaper !- pure and
Drilling
revision of the speakers, the COV RIS:IOVAI. and arc faithful copies of the oriinahBLACKWOOD'S Ticking unlduU'ratcd.II.
1 Lots uuimproved, valued at 8-0, purporting Linen and Cotton Checks in this State for two months before the F. AREIL.:
GLOBE: AND APPKNUIX: i is i now ofilirri to tile pub! MAGAZINE: being an exact facsimile -
to belong In A 15 Hlackwell's estate. Irish and day ordered for the said henrir.g.GEO. Wholesale and Retail Dro L
lic, not-only as an authentic, but .:s an official report Lot valued : of I the Edinburgh, cd itioii. Iinrn. Shirting Sheeting, ( "
atJ'JJ to
1 improved, purporting W. MACREA; Waten;
of the proceedings ot: CmrcH, made under The fame of t these Peri Colon Shirting and Sheeting,
wide-spread splendid
Cl.nk. Apalachicol Nov.
?
I belong I to o George English l aid American Judge of Circuit, 21|, latp.rnfr .
the and published by authority ot the body. renders] it needless to much in their Prints, Suther ?
eye 2:! Lotsiinpitived): valtud at S'100, purportingtobelong f"lic31 sjy Extra and Presiding in Circuit.
The undemgneJ ori'inited: the node of j.\irmlizing : to Win Crom\ell.1J pra ise.. As literary organs: they stand! far in advance super Cashmere, plain d'Ecosse twilled Ginghams, (A true copy Teste.) Wester and JIdictnr.

the I pr {vi I igs of Coigre: >s, which J Lots tiiiimprovcd valued at $:0, purporting) of any works of a similar !t.nir.p; now published Super I'\lri t Muslin de Lame, II. W. Rowr.r.Y, Clerk C. C. C. C. THE: subscriber ha", and

Mhm adopted: i* l t'l t:* )I' .t-ted! ; with the aid and to belong to J Copeland. while the political complexion; ot'each is : super Calhoun County, DPC. 21. dec26 3-2m constantly! have.on hard.a, ,Tn.ta3frtment

under the super.-! :: .; ('nigic**. Their publication :It Lots uniIllP.vctl.alilctl at $?30, purporting I marked by a dignity, candor and forbearance notolen English, Scotch an.1mc'rican. do.. '- II of DRUGS; and Jit.
the irt I that ears found in works of Super Italian; black and figured Silks Ca'112o1211 Circuit Commit. CINES, which ..
wa* ri only: on? give to belong lo II K Call a party: character. he wilt\' rr .
successive sei; in evr,.' mM-'iie in :Si-ilb brandies :r.l Lots unimproved, valued at $i.200) purporting They embrace the views of the three great Back Silk Cravats and fancy Ikf, IN OPEN COURT-DKCEWBER. TERM, IS t ilL and of the best quality Ccs'a'

of Con.rre.-3; a burl iZ i all I lh:.' di'lute*; every !to belong' to Win P Crai parties in England-Whis, Tory, and Radical."Ulackwood" .- Super English: and Pongee Ikf, 7/1 Chunctry. Merchants and PI:infers"will frl
;
'important *oU) ,; and Appendix, including' at 3 Lots; unimproved: ; valued at ">0, purportingto ( and t the" London QI.lrlfry" areTory Engli.-haml American Cotton 1l:, Elizabeth. McCr)de. ) t to their advantage, to call, (. ;IIr.irc; a.*Ariei

full length all the reused speeches di-livcnd belong to W Coljuit. ; the Edinburgh Review'' Whig; the Madras and Verona head Hkfs, \:, > Bill for( Divorce. : Goods, before purchasing f'l!>*\here.
Lidics' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-iose! William McBrjde.T N. B.
tlicse. \V Radical. The ) Phjfrician's
during ioii.' J Lots unimproved valued ut $M, purportingto (:.minster. Foreign Quarterly" rrescnptmriS p. : Care
The work it i is Jo be conducted t is Super' Marseilles and Worsted Vesting, appearing I lo thc satisfaction ff c and 'Jh.
a* '10." by belong to Colquit & (;r.lllt. purely literary being devoted principally : I the Court accuracy at any I.cur cubed! '

them will' bj f."ui.l: a mist perfect political his 2 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting to criticisms on: foreign Continental Works. Cot ton and Flav' Thread that the defendant William McDnde, resides J. C. AT. b

tory. The Senators Irlm Ihf Slate* and the Representatives lo belong to Win 15 Duv.ill. The: prires of the RK-PRINTS are l less than Plain and .l Swiss and checked Muslins, out of the State Florida : It i H ordered, that Ihe 1\lrei,21 Crr. Centre ard Ccniu.t 'i; j

Irom ov, ry section of the Union .3" Lois unimproved; valued at $3'), purportingto one.tbirtl of the foreign copies, and whit they i Jacont-l( and Cambric Muslins said defendant be required to appear and answer ----------- -.----.--- .- ___ _
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bringvith then: IITI' C ingress: : a knowledge ot| b. lon (to 1) W Dubois.J are equally well got up, they aflord alt I Pins Tape &c. &c. t Ihe bill in this case, on the first Monday in Af1ri.
;
the feeling) ssnt: moitand interests nf their Lot tage to the American over the EngUih: reader. Which have been selected with great care in 1S17, and in .ind u:1impl'etl.'alllell at 5), purporting New York and Boston, from Importers and t taken confesso and it i is
several co1Ittieei,4. Pu'ilic opinion' t the to beloi: to John 1] Davi TERMS.PAYMHXT Agentsof pro farther ordered that
public inform ititvi, ;;< i it ovi-N among those I}i they I :2 Lot4 u:1in d Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates, and t this notice be published in some newspaper in n .
: pro'J.11I1t at :0 purporting
represent, are f'1I1."lIt.1! t by then! ; and in the to John J rrick. $ r TO BE L\nF\IHACF. are now oflcrcd at wholesale or tctail on favorable t this State for the space rf throe: months.GEO. -

crucible of C')ngrr-s fie: wi.d 'n of our limes i, L belong i to" For any one of t the four Reviews.$3, :;) >!-< unimproved, valued at 1 ) i
purporting
brought lo its l ted, ;rid,! is t Ire c wpc-ilratpd' ? in I ti !)2lom: t to John' (G (; mflLle.tflOO, ior any two do. 5,0.> -D?-c-:-S-,--l l91-- II(;. ----41--Water- strect._ Judge of u'firri' Circuit, & S
the 1I"\'la.I of tin* ulsulecou'itry. r any f three, do. 7f/):) -- Presiding in the Western
directing p-iliticil : : Citcuit.
b L>:N iMimpr! .>vcd, valued at 1lO), purportfngto No. 3-3, Water street
For four ol I the Reviews 9fJ() GREEN &C07'XFRY. A
True
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Tlio I nnp'iU.-s: thn giic i i'Ir.i.i I. Congress b.'lori lo F G Glh vll'S e-tate. :1 i : j'Ht offer for sale ( Copy-Teste.)

from every'i\ .iilor roii't ti,
whole and all it, (Mnj: "> i<>nt p t:t N uro uud: to I lo belong' to 1 K G Grc. l1\\lrd. For Backwood the four Re- W( ) harrel Northern and) Western Flour ; Calhoun County. Dec. 21, )ISir derf .1 ID-Hm and ncrrrin head: che. (,

move in c- J')erJtl.n. Th pr. s- rvuiot :b more. 1 Lot I improved! :, valued atOU, parpoiling I to .v'ic\s, 10/)0) 200; Old Rectified Whiskey ; i Diarrhoea, Gout, Rhcnmali, Grarej ji
usefully employe 1 t J'i' n i II c iwl-vum.i a'id I a:111 CLUBBING. : l lency, &c. For sale wholesale rthi't
belong to .lames (;ostin. 100 bovcs while, pale and) brown Soap ; Irnmfliflratorj' Nottrs( ,. ard ,
s; reaaing abr'nd the iilelig3: H ce of our Ireecountry G L'lts uaimpw'cil.'alueJ: at . lending to sih h 'ili' ren'.ts t through I I I will be ent to one address on of the regilar
casks
Ii) hd'JI;i to Robert Gamble.; payment Bacon Sides and oulders i
our almost tniraculiiu-ly adjI1'J Slate and National subscription for three-the fourth ; "TOTICE.-Six months; after d"t"I willapi-ly;- I coniponn; i Kxfra ;
2 Lois
valued copy Hams 1
improved, at SlOG purporting to
institution4.Having : ; __'N to the Hon. Prohafc Court of Franklin Ciicbs and Clvia.
being sratis.
belong to Cd\ard IIardiii'ecttc.. 20 barrels Clarified
iiJfltji.1: ) .nr. 'hv.I with: I'SP pi in ofadvmcit1' :I 2 1.015 t unimpro\cd, valued at $;30, purpoting {! Remittances and communications musf be 10 boxes Loaf Suar do ; County for a final. discharge from (the adir.inis- Stands unrivalled for(

I the uvtHl"i <44 of l'onrn- "j! 1-y I : j'u'jli>-!hi i I to belong: t to S K Hodges.I ma(in all cases without expense lo the publish. .30 Sperm Candles;; said(tration of the ("tate of John C. Perkins, late of ,j. ffTicacy ; it ftrtitn ,

.; full' and iiniri. i.it rl'ttrt.'l.t. !having a 1 irg<; i Lot uninpro'cdaltlcd at S-10, purpoiting prs-The loriner may always be done through a I 20 barrels N E Rum ; county, d.Tcasrd.JAS.. in a fm d.v'-norncnt coam:

inisjof the Cos.m -"I1.. GI.OHK AND APPENDIX to belong William Holland. Pn t.'na-ter t by hanling: him the amount to beJpmited 10 White- Baltimore Gin JI. SHACKELFORD r. I or r ..triPHfnn in.

issued during: tie!' I hst I'dC.lr! 7 Lots U'litnproved) valued atD: purpoifinsjto taking his receipt and forwarding the 10 Domestic Brandy; ; Apalachief'li, :,(.\ 21 i JsliJ.; .ti-'irn! '; !ces-Mry.. It wilt

which would IK- in'ItlJ"'II.tIlu: : tl' n* :nnJ uJil-!, receipt by mail Post-paid or the All found inralnaM*,
'' belong 1 to A K Hill. ; money may 10 N 0 Mola" es ; NOTICE- persons having; claims against t %' \\l
ity to the public if I the workere: d 1:s, ituried:, 1 Lot '1lilTpro'cd'alned, ( at !$;J, purporting to be enclosed in a l letter, Post-PaiJ. directed tot .30) boxes English Dairy Cheese ; [ Foster, late Franklin, county, d.,- 11ar4(1! '.S ,itt, the gr.pnsihIe .
we haa d. aMe; ni->:ive IT prompt u< I to e\t kndit t the publishers. ceased carp,
b.lony; to ]H S h1a\\Ie)'. 30 i pieces< Kentucky Ragging ; are requested to present the ame dil' I1 ( upI1
Jhroujh a iic\v I.rLre are re-snlvcd, i Ifl'Si' 1 Lot lnwlpro'ed.'ah1l'J at i$y J, purporting to N. H.-The l'osiz.gc on all these Periodicals 30 coils 1 Rope; authenticated, within I he tune prescribed! bylaw), ;. fesrtd principle, 1in.,

ltt''to'e; it permanence, : awl] tll lia'id it i t belong t-j 11 B Inrnan. is reduced by (Ihe late( Post-Otlice law to about't 10 I bales Alicant Mats\ ; or this n-'tire will be plnad in bar of their recovery upon that} important Lit

down t<) ucce Lots a ,
2 lI1imrTO'recl'alu.'d; at $j.), p-irpoiting, very impotant f/J bxs and hlf.bxs (new crop) Mai. Raisins;; persons: indebted to said estate, are
; 11 iiut ai i.d and iir.pmvtd.V I
;4nn; oar new iderldkin ;ithnut being distracted 7 Lots improved, valued "t :$'J'), pHrparfing fo *?* In nil the principal cUo awl tntcnst'loiigbaut 73: Manufactured. TGbacco ; WILLIAM: FOSTER, Adm'r. .. ._d.we.- that a Ceiniiuili.'n j ; l ol n 'Jhar

cr burdw-scd: by any: associate li'iorsofthepre I ( John Jenkin-'rsfafe. Ifi* (ji1 Stifles ? th b-ejung! to !; 1.r i cases assorted Pickles; 0\ 21, IS 10. -J-2m! !!
anl thus 1J"H ; --- speedy, and considerable eflect!
-s > I I'1\'leicd. iall hope flail-I1j, tz1 than
; ,
3 Lois unimproved valued at !$1U':), purportingto or lflfrri0iWUtirafiol; ron I :30' barrels Nos 2 and 3 ary eqw
toma\a, lln newcries a I"t..jt t ; in advance of the belong to Seaborn Jones. thr ciliof ..Yt''/>- V("! periodicals will: betlcticr'rctl SO l b MJcktre. do' ; Aditiiiiistrntor's TVotire. --I j I lent dose of any single on*.' In tr.acas. |
former in ail of .' Uila.'ih a'vievv ; months after the I disease is entirely prevented t hits
points i.x< ; 1 Lt t unimproved valued at $'j'), purpoiting to FREE OF POSTAGF. 2')) boxes assorted Syrups ; SIX pnbhiratirncftIu r.r-icr} tinieiv 5cation. lj '

to accomplish this we
in attendance L'o.i; .re-s. 1 Lot improved, valued at jy-V.), purporting tobclmg June 13. 21-Om 1 12 Fulton St., New-York.: son Teas ; Hy Franklin County FlonYn, f'.r letter of dismis j Dee 12_J. C. ALLEN, DrugzL.Jils .
The reports will not h? affi-rfiil by our pirfy: lOn from the etatc of David C. Kolb
to J deceased J.ivervortT2
Kiimneysetate.L J chests and boxes Powcliong Teas : ::i of
lias. \\ bulieve! member .>f Con. will 1 ; as Administrator and all
ii evef ; rcs
1 PRIXTS persons interested I in REMEDY
t improved, valued ut2)3: purporting to oiy.NEVFAT4L half pipes Old Cognac Brandy : most perfect is said
: A now fot
; sai1
bear witness Iliat lull! and t.ur. estate
are
"jr reports are hereby notified to file
belong to J 1 Lockcy. I baskets ''Heidsieck" exceptions' discovered in settled
The Co-i icssional (Ilobj) i is In Idc of the STYLES ] Champagne; iran> they have in the Consnrrpticn, Limr-
; uji 1 Lot improved, valued at $:0. purporting 'to :: rj i kcs Nails I assorted sizes* manner and form required Complaint, or any of their incipient
HDIKCS At the extensive Smrkr
hily proceedings ol tie two of Congress Establishment of
belong to Doctor Lang. 2:;; bbfs Pilot and Navy Bread bylaw.JOHN fTne Chrono-Thermal s shrn, Lv the
anl printed on <8i,>eifue? : dtl'I .le royjj paper 1 Lot improved, valued at $:0, purporting to LEE \ BREWSTER 3 tierces new Rice; ; GILL SHORTER, Adm'r. | Doctor TAYLOR'S cellared mt'dipJM >
with small type; \''n.-vier a"tlnnilpJr'il,) i in August II, lSii';, 31-Gm tb
Abraham! Genuine
BALSAM
belong L'nv.
20 and
form mtdiniu : 41 CEDAR STREET N. YORK kegs quarters new Bnckwheat ; --- ------ --- -- or LivKnwoRT.nliicl'keii) ..
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caci tri-nuer s\tecn
quarto : 5 r.ff N uniml'r'l'cd'aluetI( at $30, purporliug .. 2u'( ) bushels) Norther OatsApalachicola months : pares at 375 BOWERY. This Plan if
Where after trcslE.w
royal qllut t ta'.s.eTiu 04;h.'ch! e< nt' ike iuea- are concentrated nearly all the NOTICE.-SiX' puhlim inn t.f ,
to belong to P I/ithrop. S l of PRINTED lEW Dec. 5IS4). will be mare! to the I fto\v csponsc-d by several eminent phjsiciar?,i,, '
hers in this lirrt far.n, uu' CIIIII: 'a'I'tl-Ihe: full[ rn.r CALICOS which _ _
1 Lot improve.!, valued at $:10, purporting to ----- Hon. Jud e of Probates fur Jackson arH has been:; for a long time, lie secret rf
report of the pre.ur-d; ", eecK-4! bem roervvd I produced in this country or imported for the KOPMAN has ( sale county, f r I tit
belong to C .:\I Ehran. FRANCIS or : final settlement linpaTaHeled! sv/dccss which ha
a
'tor the Appen lix. All res,'lutiin!, m'>tio-!: =, and fall l tr.de. and are ofl'ret! for sale for OR and American Prints of the administration of the ? attended D.ct
9 Lots unimproved: valued at $>0, purporting C.\Sl ; estate William Taylor's medicine in performing its
APPROVED Bryan deceased late woitj' rfi.
other prjceediajs; are ,ive-i ill the fonn of the Bombazine and Silk (II' said
to belong to Win P Malnne.i Alpaca; cures, which in ,
Journals wi h liu : :iJ ; on Prices 77. DraJ Etc county. ELIJAH BRYAN many vv many cases, hstr
1 OrciIy ,
yeas )1y every important ; 'jcel and colored Cambrics
Lot nnitaprnvcd, "al1w at $30, purporting I to ; June ,10, I'll, 2>Gm Administrator. been s lmn !lion. Within the
qU belong to Thomas More. last fC s. Bleached and Drown Domestics; the Doctor can bring forward
The Appendix:; is 1 mile ui ol the President's t;:;' Purchasers are guarantee the Negro and I. are irresistible, are
prices and Kerseys Blankets
1 Lot) imi'rUJ], valued at :j30, purporting to I ; we advise all who may have ctnghs
AnnIJ.11lc'.1: e, tlie: re.jjort4 of I he principal? allowance made for a given Bed Ticks and State Tax Collector' Sale. I rr siirpk
Linsey colds
be-long to DjnidllInil.! : period. Woolscys; even, to use this prrfecf jftcific
lDcers: ; of theUinvr.i.iifnt; tlut accompany it, and (;Catalogues:: (renewed and corrected daih Apron Checks and Flannels }: is henbv ( withtt
1 Lor '
) that six
ul1impr'II'alllcd at $::;O, purporting p ; NOTICE given, months af-I I dday. I-ranklm says a sc.aJl leak will '.nk,
all sj>eeches ot ineriib'-r-, ',f C' njre-4, writtenout belong to J Nir.nenger. -restating the price*-are placed in thc hand :Linen and Cambric Handkerchiefs; I will expre to ale at puWie! out big ship." Therefore, cure fresh

or revised by theJl;eh'l'S. It is i printed in I 1 Lot improved valued at $100, purporting fo t of bnyer, ;, and) sent with goods ordered. I Hosiery of every description; cry, opposite: 'the Court llDi .e deer in Ihe city <.f j war lungs are past cure. fV r your ale l.y befw
the sin: ,furm a J the C.>: i"iul Olobc and New Y rlc Is Straw
; "< belong to Wm Patrick. 'August !11j Bonnets and Woolen Hoods; Apataehlcfl1.l, the following [proper; to wit- J. C. ALLEN, Stie.pent fcr

usually makes about the same number of pages 2 Lofs: unimproved valued at $jO, purporting Kid Slippers and Walking Shoes ; Lots 1\'s. 9 and 12, block El, in the city ol .

during a session.During to belong to George Poe, j jr. .J. Stevenson & Co. Colored and Black Gaiter Boots ; Apalachicola, property belonging to Calhoun & CAUTION-The get.uire A Apatachicida.dir T.Tio', '
: the Slrsl moth cr six we ks of a session 2 Lots J"o.13 11'attr Calf and Kip Brogans: Ba s.
uniml'rm'ed.'al1Jed at #30, purporlin J\"o. 2? Chestnut st. ; IAUM OF LIVERWORT, ha
there is rarely I m-we. Iruness: d ne I ban will lo g ant Calf:; Seal Skin, Kip and! Water Proof Boots Lot No. I, block, in the of rn the t't'et!
belong to Judge Pope. Are now opening their stock! of ; cjty! Apalachicola! I. splendid: steel plnfp! ensTravinr, tn ,? rgir.
rrrriT
in.ikc 1 IWo numbers a wc, 'c- me of I the! C'Hii ressioml 1 Lot improved, valued at Y'> Dry Boot Fal Staple Fine Silk and Fur Jlts; property belonging to II. J"\.l\/rri I'I Icrfei'ts signed Gnrdon
$ I. purporting I to Goods, Shoes, ., &.c., which I the' by J. Lcdi, any clfcem
Globe and
: one of Jijj I Appendix! ; but dur 1 /belong to Wm D Price. filler; for s ile low for cash or city A fine assortment Ready Made) Clothing, Lots. NITS fi and 7, block C2, in the! "itIt: I vile ard: dangerous imitations, or.d: Ue public ,

in< I the remai-ider for ol a s..i il!, t thv-re. i- iisiiallvsu.'Gcient 2 Lots im;>r'ived, \.Inrllt $100, purporting to I Apalachicola- 21 t 1,1 1 : natter twi or tli e riu.nb.T5 of 1 each 1: A alaehcola; Drc. 0, --- -
belong) Ui I every w ec. The lu'.t t s..ss-n will b. c'tus-iilly 2 L-its improved, valued at $30 J. purpoiting to Removed It y F ic. A CARD.: To he ohl for taxes of IS 13, and tf.c( chargi I March 21. JS41'; 12-h' i\\s.
interesting! ; IhereJurswral.-uU'e I Jh.it the! CongrasiionaUilobfau -subscriber t thit have accrued thcrrrn. --
has --
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b.-loiig; to A I H: the ---
<.ss. I"re! : --------
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t.CI SEYMOUR --
: I .*.:>,!'',rhx to 'other will make: TIE crrnc-r o N I takes this. method: of infcrm- I 'rarnu't-i .rel"'f'SCCllt S -
'iZr :
3 Lots u';ujr.j.roved, valued at $30, purporting and: Commerce sfrrc's' : where II ing the citizens of JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff: (
iuarlJ' lar .s quirt! i pu-*, !'innli-d n smill I It b ']lo.g; \to .\ HYJII. will he happ; } to Sec lt. frion! a:1l l tlic public Seneralv. icinitv lint he has rcmoicd Apalachicola tl, and us a'd) ex-Olf.cn ?tae; Tax Ccllt-rtor. ., 1!";'t>Ilf.
the
typo; -brevier a'.1 n-i-i/sr 'IJ.V, furnis'i complete 3 Lots mj1rl\I, v.ilue-1 at $3 _>I. purporting : : I v..ill I receive by t th.j ship: Fl<.ndiar.: (Jt f Water; and Cci're street.and: ,\ n on corner Apahchicr.ia Sept. 2'!, IS |ii C;. 1 -ljm; !I II..n.TIt RENEWED, and l an !"n'Tnlrd
InJjx<;* t-i bit:. ;t I':j.' !;.jj of aVe =,''-:::. 1 'In--! ; feeling thank I ; Condition ,
at tin -- f '
bai\
now I -
to to Win ort -- r> r.rfll
belong iv.lett. nn -- Ir
) | a: rlmnntf; t Drugs) ful l lor tiie -- --- --
:
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\ have 11.11"\1 1 th 'tvi: r,'; i'I.1:i Gl< 3 Lois :m EI'lERV :'
: Coizsify Tax
unimproved; valued! at $30, purporting Che.al;) ,, Paints; and he solicits: a renewal !. Collectors
Patent
.. Oi by
for the I same, to
t-t! : ofFering
Appendix; I n c "I i ; > is 'rf C.::igressntakinz ; ) Sp.r7.ETrEIUF.XT..
Jo b.'l'Mgtn: ; (Giatit.; < j"JW3. J- ;
Heegi'i", Colrpnt cc \ ALLEN': ae.
you a neat and select
Stock
of
tosthcr llileiTi I I. l very GOODS, consisting j This
.tre Ny.1 volumes
qudfto prcpr.rrton H
1 Lt tinimjirovcd, valued at :J to Oct.1 J rf the nr.ivcrsaliy: allowed fob i
$3 purporting Druggist: vp trd in
: in part as follows BYirte prer me by law
which: : I
will -n
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1 J'J.d the
we s iur t
i.l1I I ll J most
; or j popular r.f the
rcrnrfly
belong to R'jberson! fit
& KvciHt. Cloths and s after date: I shall J'reer.t day,
bound, with Ti'iisij: hick*. t'1d l corners, (lir> $:'j.:; Dissolution: of COt'. w '..hilt. Cassimeres.i various styles. exru'e Jor iale !I t the freientii: and of
2 Lois before the cure IP.dICstLfl
Biho
unimproved: valued at $5), purporting Cotrt: I hones: in the ,
Those who want: the: hick I vi.iirn hoi! M1E I,: Copjrlr.rr-ship: hcr"t..fn'i.t Fancy Pritf, do. do.Alapaca nly r4 f ApalaPhicola nt 1 .
J i I Lix C
> : < a.iply; to belong: (10 Phincas Ri.id.ill. ] under i Franklin County, the following a r n.plair.s: '\rrcr.mis Weakne-s. ,lIeat.I .
for them imnmiuTel: !, t: i ill the nurie and s\lc| cf \\*OOiJ Lusfrc ; do. Figured. dt''*cnbetl ache
'\ a; :t'\- ar dmainl.Co.i 1 Lit ; & CO., i i" lTertm.urn habitual/ Cr tivere .
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valued &or.
improved( at ,: ), purporting to dissolved I Silks, (Grcde; property, bflngirig the Apahchipoh Land ,"
: Rjnc.do.
; ress s' ) crih..IIr l :a t j il Ca44e -4s .1.Jring. by limitation. I II. R. 1OOfl. I Trnvcllcrand residents: in .
bel-jng to (Joorge St Cldir.I Company, op !o much' ( I thereof ns will Trm chrr-afrs: wi -.
the
ho two t44t scs-i'iiis.! Tha proSveJiR 4 ot Congress P. W. :lontcII. pay 1 I find it
CULLEN. desirable
Lot improved! (} valued at $.j(), purrol(lug to do.: Slate and County Taxes dne thereon I for I tie a arlirle : it prevents ary senj
for the list Apalachicola, 21 year
111.1yeirs fm.ol iu procured Sept. l.Ii) :'J7-Ot mulatien (.f bile, i is
bc'l
;>ng to R :.M Stewart's: e-I tltc. Fancy Cashmere ISM I' : portable, ar-d the rrelhrdefprepantion ] .

Jroin any other s I'1r"tk.* &. Sjatmi Jia\m; : Lai I 11:11Il'rO\'IJ.: (] valued at >'IOj[( purporting to do. Marino Robes/ Wharf Lot* Nos 7, S, 9-100 feet each. rs ur.Csually. nver.ienf. CbiliSw '
do.
stopped }printing tiicir H.-;i>U r of Debates ii: U. R.OOD l have fretjtrent: cccr.sion
belong
IS:We;. will endeavor to 1 Lot u-nmproved, valued at S30, purpoiting Will; : 1 continue: the Auction aril Commission Muslins, r India Book.do. Lots 2, 3, 4, 3, 0, 7, S, !ti, in Block J IS. purgatives; 'If' will lake; tl.in cptnei.t in fit- .
print: a si.Tiicnt ntn Hr to belong to George; Slcwart. as usual under the firm o( WOOD Lots .1 7 S 13: fVrpnce any otherS..Id \\ !Li letvle and retail
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of surplus ci%pi<>s to "I1iiY) all tint: inn i Ie wi.carrie.f H- &CO do. Swiss:, Luce and Colored. 1 1, 15, If;, 17, IS,in Blurk E2. Nov J. bf Wi.
!, or lost in the nml; .b-t sii I''flh r'ioutti 1 Lot u-iimproved: valued at $")-J, purporting -- -- -- -- --- -- --- Edgings, Li-h, Cap and Thread. Lots fi, 7, 13, 11 1, in Block F:. > C. ALLEN enlist.i &(. .

b very piilic.ihrt !tile their 1.01" to J .S'Accte.I ,Al .Private Si. Shawls),, Damask Si Ik. Lot 3 in Block 1)2. D"U5, ?Ict3h-ies.

fully fr fear Hut i\v s iud! lut bi able pip.rc.ir to 'C- Int ii'umprove-1, valued at j<2'JO: purporting SITKKIOI! WHITEVINE AND CIDER do. M.nino.do. Lots 4, 7, 5., in Block J. A LA KG: E and) fresh supply cf I' Duizs, Mcdi.;

ply tIll the 1-M 1I1jn r. Mip- belong! Waller Tliompso'i.; Vr NEG.\ U. Phid Wool. Lots 2, 3, .t, 0, 7, <*, 0, in Block: I. cities, &:. consisting in part of the f..I11'1\1'

i ::::... 1 Lots jn-i1)i; '{\- -d, valued! I at *2Ji), purporlin'( to n HRLS. be.-t White Wine Vinegar, Kid, Lace and Silk GloveTuskanGip -*. LOIS I, 3, rt;, -:0 in Clock: S. I I i mug articles :-W di'/ Cantor Oil, qt.f ra, and LrI'

For oe copy of I the CIi..r-.4.i4Iaa1. GI., p.: .fl 1 Of J b.'lo.igloKJ: : 1: \\/1,(':!lalc. : ';; U I 10! do. do. Cider do. [ 'ey Bonnets, latest fashion. Lots 1 to III, in Block 10. I t<; ."> bx 9 Hr.uck's Panacea ; 10 b\-s Oh,e Oil, .

For me cnp' .f I he. A p;1i 2't 1.1 I ijj( :! I.'It: ,imIi"r.evei: ;; at $JUO: purporting to h) WOOD: t.: Co, I ihbjis: : in all I vari'tics.Br.mn Lots J. 2, G, (i, 7, S, 0, 10, in Block 21. I inkers i Epsrm Salt : 1".I! Co-rrras ; H) Ib*

b.-1-.ig to I HiR Wo>xl.I Oct. :31. It 2 C.dtinhti1iiildin : ; Shirting. Lots: -1,5 G, 7, SO, 1''), in Block ::. Gum O"iiit, !, ; CO l Ib- '' For six i cnpiesof eJI II"J or ;part of t b"ith. .; Q<.) .1 I I Lots ; : : 7-S, t-1 t and 31. Sulphate Oj') :; nr ; ,
improved, valud at .7.200, ]urporlinj> to --- -- ---- ---- ---- -- Blenched cb. 7- Lots 3. 'I, 3, (6 I, 7, in Block 13. London- M'Mard; Herbs rf all! '
Iii. miney tn 'y be r.,:nttt'd: by mail at ", :--l.-t-J{ i 1, i 11-J.I ; kird-- -" I II* I
li i.*iC. Ths 1 j>ife:t l'll 1 !hc..t way to remit H, to our bcl'mg to ClrwtVO trt: .- \.rbite :.(':::. Blankets, G-l 1 and ptv I Lot U'l r'\'ld, tallied J i LI5-J: a -ujierior; article Lots 1 to in', in Block i 10 t IVarlash
the aII\JIJ:1t ti the PII.tauf"rj'rt! von reside= lj purpoilingto OOO i : jtNt re- Ingrain and Cotton Carpeting. :3 1. kpg< ; C grrs-s Seidlttz al..dl ,
Iphr to Ci.arles: Wilsin. "J cened for sale Lots t 1 2, 3:: r, 7 0 PfuiJer CO Ibs l!
and take' from him a receipt, according to the : : ; .t by Carpet Bigs.: ) -In Block 32. ; English Calcrr.rl! : 2O !.z fh .

ol1o\Vin tuna : I r"ti tmirnpioved; valued at $30, lJtortin'pI Nov-- -Jl-I -- I H. I'. AHELL,. nr'I: i..t. Hats, and! Caps :l sl\lcr. Lets 2 to 10, in Block' 31. I I Turpentine, pnd a !orerIIq'r!1n1 1 r,r A\\ arti* '
--
lobelongtoJ I I : I n Wesjcoli. --- --- ---- Boots Lots G(;, 7, s\ 0, 1U) in clo-s in the "
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P.."r OKKICK, -, 1 J' 1 RJL2k and Shoes.Clothing Block 1SS. Drrc: Imp, f t. r ( < IlrICJt'hl.tl;!
S Lot,ustimpiovcd:: valued at S30, looiiS, Flue Lots:2 to 10, in Flock I I !Planttrs
"JlfcetvrJfroM; .1 ft dollars rents puiporlin"to \\'i'iiu; of all kinds. .11. : and rll\-?il',m- I\r s4'! ry

for the (lltibc, from t/i'n'ct; /nice ,/todlldf'llon; belong; : to P Woodruli; : GENERAL Paper, Ac. AKo, a neat little a';r>rfmcnt of Jewelry and Lots 1 to 20, in Block LI. 1 \rJrdli. 11. F. .CELL.
cent. 1 1 Lot uaimIO'I'abed; nt 5), purporting to A ;assortment of Stationery, eon- mmy other articles too Lots 1.i. 7, S, fj in Block 0. iilak -- .
numerous
an r'iary.-l in to mention.
per imf n/y a.roiinliclth belong to William %Vvat. si:li'ig i (it l-'of'Ucap arid Loiter Hooks aazd Siaraoncr.IDGEl )'.
the llfiicnil l'Jfi-". I/?!/// the balance. I lineal Pal.j o! t the Call and( examine for yourselves.N. JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff. ::
3 LoN quality lIme Jnunials L'p kv &c-
1-:' mjl'o\.I; valur-d! at $:1.) purporlin' ; and White'C ( ) ex- and cx-Oi'ficio Tax Collector Franklin Ll PIT }
The I'oslaiT.trruf ll'tJHiifrfun C -.
city trill pay! to .' V Willnms. I tra fine Q'lallo aid Packet; Po-l also SEYMOUR. < 50 reams Foolscap and Letter I'aj-tr;
I 1-caufiful Apalachicola Nov.
/ ; a A
thai balance la Malr fy n.l..t.., or to Uitir ordiron Lots ortment of French palciol., Nov. 11, IS 10.' 21, IS ::13. 4 1-Cm Cotton \It'mnranchm r.f..k
improved, valued at Letter --- ;
l,3JO( purporting to Paper, Pens &c. --
the back of t'tit l":ct'_pt.cc belong to John I D Gray. .Ju,t received per brig Alabama and for sale by Unildiu Lots for Sale or to Rent. '1'ob:a( CO. Shin ant! River Pills I. dir; ; l
Pa si mist IT."p ISAAC Oct. 17 J. C. Lots i QrV HALF boxes Manufactured BnooJvs for Letter i'ress. -
well
JACKSON Sheriff ALLEN.: SEVERAL situated in different W L Roane"
The rules of th" parts
G-ncial
P'I..t O.TIrc Dr> : - -- & t Blank( Bills
: I .
paiJraent and ex-oflicio Tax Collector. -- -- -- I Apply toNOURSE Brand.II f'f 1 Exeharxp art! Check; ,
authorize surh: receipts lo be I given; and December: < l U'-; Jn-Gm AN a ortmenf of School Books! just received 1 half boxes Manufactured ,: W Jut icccived and for sale: by J

paid here when the amount thoi 1 not (\<-eed $1 I II a -- -- --21.- _ _ _ for sale by Dec 12 STONE, & CO. :39 Price" Brand. March 1 '11 F. AREI.L

When it exceeds JrilO, it is best to remit as much; 10 HMDS St. Croix Sugar; Nov 21 1 J. C. ALLEN. lr Water street. 2S" do. _

a* possible in batik notes, awl t Ih? PtKi Istc r'" !dj New Oileins Sugar, to arrive; for For Sale -IS 22 Ib boxes 'isBarlow"; PAI"TS"D OILS-50 kegs No 1 White

receipt for the lulnce. Thn Postmaster's; re- J I) J sacks Rio Coll30! ; .00 do Java ; ANNUALS IS 17 ; Poems ; Toy Hooks, &c., CASKS Bacon 1-2 Ib Lump J Morgan" Winter Lamp Oil ; CO) gall
by Of superior Sides
ccipl should be ss'i.t directed to Wi. rid lw/lo .1 fINS Aromatic Tobacco; Nov 21 tJ\J) .1"f ; 5 boxes Manufactured J Linseed Oil ; 50 bxs averted, Glass ; 500 Ibs Fut ,
W
the Postmaster of this city, as some persons are :i Mnfi'd do. Hrown's and Labby's! ; -----------J.--C.. -ALLEN- 5i bbls Whiskey 100 do.Shoulders; Premium. Morgan" Brand ty ; lou assorted Paint Bru
in the habit of d'ing.: Tin money sltlllld! he y:: c Sperm Candles; ;,0 bxs brownSoap:; Salt. t NOURSE; Flour ; r boxes Spanish Brown, Yellow! Ochre, Green Paint,just

here by the 7th of D< (Jn'I'r, :at farthest, to procure )l'j' :, Ings Shot; 30 kegs Powder; 1 000 I SACKS Liverpool on hoard; bark: Dec 2G STONE-1G Water& CO. leon's" Brand "Magnolia." Napo received and for sale by 1

all th: number: I If not !I'I1/ that time I i 2')). Ibs: Lead ; .1 cables Linseed Oil; Sarah'iieair, for s sale by __ street. :5 boxes Manufactured March 1_H. F. AEF.LL. "

we IDlY not be able to furnish t lh! <> first ritimnbe r. 2'J l kegs White Lead. No. 1, Extra and Pure. D.c5 J. DAY&CO.MOFFAT'S For Hire, leon's" Brand "Strawbery." Napo Paints, Oils, Ac., Ac. \
Proprietors of newspaper* who I this! i Pjospecfm For sale by WM. G. PORTKK & CO. NEUO WOMAN.
50
this
ropy A Apply at office. 20 Ib boxes Manufactured .' received per brig Alabama Ircm Xetf
LIFE JUST J
PILLS
and' send u< o-ie: coj>y of their paper containing Dec 5 41 Water street.Spring 1 AND PIKEMX( : : Per : Xapoleon's" :
,_ Brand "l\Ia noIia.
it marked ----- -- just received and for ile4by ,
around with a pen to direct: CtUII.CS .Nov 21 Ii.z1ii; ; and 9 boxes Manufactured Morford SO kegs ground White Lead No. 1
Water J. C. ALLE.V. ; ISopc. I Hone Dew ;
our alllJuhon; to it, shall have (their names entpredon ) ; 10 Crates iO"
do
received PCS Kentucky: Bagging Crockery; lOIX Florida do io Extra:
Sqars30
our bojJci for one copy) of I the Congressional JUST per schr. LeRoy, and for sale by 100 ; doz 25; boxes
Glass
100 Negro
coils
Globe and Appendix 21 J. C. ALLK.V.Fresli J.III Rope ; Caps; flu) doz I Hoes a sortf'd' asserted sizes:
for the,.during the session.Oar 300 CASKS!, just received and) now landing .1 bales Bagging i Tine, for sale by Ingrain Carpeting, Cotton Cards Trace Chains. 50 Verdizris ground in oil ;
price
p.tpf arc MO( low that we Herbs. from schr Geo Ents, for pale byLOCK11.Ri' WM. G PORTER & CO. For sale low to close consignments, by 10 Paris Green do;
cannot attord to credit
: them '
our t Ihorpforp
: 20 doz.
need, consu-nr his linu writing no S \rE. Thyrnc Summer Savory Sweet Mar. & VOtING, Dc_: -It Water_ street. LOCKHART & YOUNG, assorted Paint Brushes
person 1:1 for, With
Nov. It 1 NoJ
them unless he vends the money. j j'lrll. Cit p. Honescl I mi ehound, Wormwood :53 Wafpr street. QUININE( CALOMEL and CAMPHOR,just t -- :: L I 53 Water street.MOFFAT'S the painting every business.other article usually employed in

BLAIR & HIlV.uHlo.H'IIS. &c., just received and for sale by Salt. and for sale by LIFE PILLS AND For sale by
PHffiNIX( J. C.
\ Oetalur 1.;, 11" '10. Nov 2S J. C. ALLEN. 1 1 A A SACKS afloat and in !store for ale by i\ov2l I_H. F. ABELL. Druggist. S, just received and for sale by Apalachicola, Sept 20 ALLEN, Druggist.

-- 11UU D. I B.! WOOD! &, CO. Nov 2S II. I;.
TT! ..Lhnf i CUiificd Consignment. ABELL, Druggist.
( Essence of Hoarhound 01 -
; I FLASK'S Dee 7 Columbus Row.1TISTAR'S 911 DOZ. Congress Spring Water, just received -
500' CASKS best Thomasfon: for sale by fresh supply just received) and for; OA S Troy Soap ; FOLGER'S Olosannian, or All Healing JJalsim- ,'I..J
I). IJ. WOOD & CO.Columbus sale OU 20 London Club per brig Alabama and f..r sale by
by JI. F. AHULL. and Swayne's IJaNam of Wild Champaigne ; Asthma t Coughs, Liver Sept 30 J. C. ALLEN

Dec 12 Kmv.I Nov 21 Druggist.Laiiip V Cherry just t received and fo!:de by 23 boxes Florida Leaf Tobacco; Complaint and all diseases of the throat and:
>r. TownsciKl's Sarsaparilia. -------- -- ---- ------ Nov 29 J.C.ALLEN.SALT1000 For sale by B. S. hAWLEY 1 lungs, for sale by Garden Seeds, Gm'ojjiof1S1G.

Oi. r Dec 3 2S Water street. April II A N assortment of Garden Seeds, just received
invaluable aril justly celebrated ; F-
com- STRAINED 2L ABELL.Flavouring .
superior ar and
THIS WINTER very sacks afloat and for sale by XJL for sale by
.' has just been received and fur sale by lice, received and for sale by Kefinctl Nitre and Alum. Dee 12
D. B.
; l-cW J. C. ALLKX; Druggist Nov 2. BELL, Dec 13 WOOD & CR 1 A KEGS cach, just received and for sale by assortment :ttCI'S. H. F. ABF..LL._

I. l' Ilggit. Columbus Row. l\J nov: S H. F. ABELL AN 2:) jint J.received C. ALLE.N and: for Druggist"sale by CREAM TARTAR, for sale by

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