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ThtI.liMid beauty, charmed me first-
I I reathed a lover's vow-
But little thudugt to find the friend
Whose strenglh sustains me now: '
I deeibfd thee made for summer skies-
Bt inthe. stormy sea,
Deselrted by all other friends,
De.ft love, I turn to, thee -
Should e'er some keener sorrowthrow,
A shadow o'er my mind-
And should I thoughtless breathe to thee
One word that is-unkihd-
Forgive it love ;-thy-mile will set
My better feeling free,
And with a look of boundless love
I still shall turn to thee!

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VoithO l .:- nd-".132 VilP! in r'r'vhi bI.JO be charged for
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COMMISSION MERCHANT AND DEALER
"OT D iR::GOODS' AN]) GR-OCERIES,
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*.Et)iEALERS;IENT GOODS AND C.OMMISSSION :
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AU:CT-'IONEER AND:COMMISSION
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S. '..No* 50 Waiei street.
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No. 23.Wa.ter' st.--- tOffie .second, back -room.
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Centre an9 -High4 streets, oppositethe Mansion
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Six years I have lived amnng the world there is none SO ill-mf--i ."
r havitig solemnly declared forte. Talk of donkiesL (Iq ,.11 4 |iJll'l
of any irensnnable design bed of roses in cornparimowr'-,lul fll
)try, he lid his hand upon forte Makers, ye Iarve mnnilIl,5
ied out with the most entire How many nnforiona tehe .te "
self-possession, "Aim true? merts have ye sentlf imH hn'WarlM tei|!
'Fire!" only4w:be .abusedanif ti-hm 'BwK|S
the N. 0. Picayune.] I parish apprentices Veil-, e hl 04 l <
ING AN ALDERMAN. soime Uyisye in t hse WO'lve Yf, bno M Sl.
rtling'interest has beenrelat- s i t h ers: B n.y hrml illi
rring in Mobile, ,which casis deostr nohed s..'ow ,1ma'ny iar.tiwsw 4W
y abductions ihat we have ar Ho, m"^y ear,cin^ .|w
,you spilt:? Hop,-marlylinsleiljitli
completely into the shade-- ads.r -o y P<. ^lh y
alleled case of atrocity has drive r) n ro in'th eir. b orn*e .t l .lrwl "
rice M r, P aris P riam that you ,dr:,, !T ......? -- ? r,-_ 1W
+T-r.... -Jneigid ihd .b + ,+ "1$hbt'hav" y4I, &ai6..ntw-
sw .ee t ,s hum i p rs?., H o w iaw ,oy i4" .'
rout the arms of her aixiosw ay
'husband ; but w e trust thai "caused to 1aliv rfo ols f the rri"t.m i !, "._
not -b e so fata l in its afte ir ma ny l sovt sb e h, ?-.e
-was that unfortunate event. fit s? How many, mly r'iad s ofst. kin .e
ern origin, punishable with yot kept from liding 4rned 1 Trell r"%*PJW
eeahlng of a child-; then how ye carvers I of wood and seint ofll ".
nous an offence should the Be tter ye had n eler been born. Yos.i l "
hnt be considered-a father seucr yt a ne bees and Yonsbp
athe ra of a ci y'. S uc h a r ea 'ae ^ "plu e t am o tgt .us nd o hea m ns vi ilk
)erpetrated in onrt ister city Jerp elated from ge neration to g et era p + ,
e of the -Solons was abduct-.. How easy, it is to 6"me o" imv .
;ence of his peers--forcibly sore subject? 7 Tie. truth Ais, JI 1so, a
phamer that he graced, and who knows it, I hate amatenr music..ad "
,xercising his immnunitiesas- am'at, er tiusieians. -1 souki hav re '018rae
.t is said that (he wretch who" punishable-, by fine and, imprisol~ae*% .
this outrageous preceedingny oto to pay a ge f. prisof he*-I:
ceded agaiust for peijy lar- could -ni.t play w ell '.. I k no w 1 oa -.lh l' s
ad his victim been a co un- the popular side.. I knomw1,/al n dt" w* t,-
I have been prosecuted 4or tbe P0?"!?id f eel" y eB .rfo I v
i uimuroua ground,; and I feel roy pO$1iof!.- li@~
'not a rush., I will brave aty a j ..
tthe municipal governors-T ut'1"'^ ^'i-powasp
of ~lei]3t~e:gleer~s.like this. -I could die',corpeni if J .-epold
of M mobile are ea ly equal- make tdls-ecareles, h eattlesa soi 1e ldWn
litici, tbe democrats Ito- elecals* ^
fling majority on joint bal- could esig r^ny.hethS8 .-~emwi l i^
in i .n that lace is govern- co closure if n moire,-t ahan on fiddl .-
ar ny feeling isocarried to :' know. were "hoked, witlh their"w .u "
J a m a. .ot e v e n e r n s t i c k s L am n o ', S t o i c. A e l t v qr '. J l
man without first taking the of~ ks an amat u muscia rwlei-^ t leirp d *IV
certain the political-bias of o naaer"^ *'*fy.
;ases have even been know TAKING A HT.; '.Su B'i1
whig would not lie quiet in The Boston Cjironoftpe aetlmn'cenem .-".
e le happened lo-have been vel vie s,' of. hell': i "
-mocralic urdertaker, and Asforeternapls.ment we
) the story. go.so far as to say .thataial is aiNi *Rf at
meeting of0 the municipal the question. 'Puoi'[ncpt, 'iu'tdl p .+
ike p.are 'on the 26th nit ritual, a& well a ,tral. is, a /ocs 8-
)f electing a city marshal, 'CoyerY,/and in&)cates;iital torte.slr'^-
vious efforts having result- to return to ias true eondii ion. As 4I116
-n ties, and both sides being there is misery, it denoies-pl.liat fh e' !hfilt
e in the breach rather than ofi"snoilolst.'u
little. On Christmas Day, an er e ylhal -a
espnt incumbent was struck' state whony dvoid of s'ufferin-", all it ,re *
t the absence of one of tAe i.n tba:4 -. .eiglit,
".--., .. ..iti al. a r n th -'- .-' d' eIgl ,r .n .'i '
uletai~ed political natred their condition:'they musl be.' iwhoMwl* +
DaV-e'" ,7' Tg'rproe o tv bb -" and live i evil' wlib-lte same saifi.f- a- *
t, at all events wouldn't' w, r Jhe'+': HLTI is nor aIiiffe' a
~ .I .. rethe" ar..' ef! is no I"a ri 1 t'met~a
He accodin ly found be a state. o'fipunihraent. .'' ,"
and introduced hint to a + + -
es.," thinking t --run hin KiDNESs.--Howsweelis fi'e'rememtbr-
ut he "couldn't come it," ancp of a kitd +act.f As we. r est ,e equr
)f our correspoudent, and p'll or rise in 'morn'g', gives.US
suceum,, himself to the delight. We -a-ve,' pcrf e7 ..v ..l
)f suction possessed by the to a "or an a" we ha-e made ,e .ox, a
ruined Dot~to-be outdone, heart rejo.icee;we' .ha.4e drie.d'lhe'orip.-n's
gained some.nyw, recruits, rear. Swe-et. 0 bow sweet 'ilie _lliWt 4 .
continual '-going ,in for T -e"e is a luxury -in reipmaembA gd'-
T h e r r s l u u r y -I n r e e o b e r i 0 g a A l i r d :
'unlil even the alderman- ,act. -A storm careers' ab,"o'ur liepias' all
ire is ever weak. and -ihe is blacli as midi-hst, !iui tIh sufl.ne.fp-'m -
give in to, odds-finally our bosom;,ltiie',iarmth s-'elt ihfer. 3"';he
oJnes," although not de- kind act iJ... ih n -
kidac eoieetti iheWnarl, and givd I hde-
inotive powers? eight inex'pressible, "l 'will now 1t0
.t invited him- home with W'.o will np.,he V WhQ ..'WillvI
fa Christmas dinner, and visi'tibos" whoarleai 1-1d'in6boV or6nuid --
epied. Wi.ne flowed free To. spend la Jhou"' a "nopg ij'e ..V. ;
important :.effect ; but at d-istrssed' ...
introduced a large portion .Is worlh.a ,hoandPa
e pudding, and this com- In pomp and ac--'Tis Prtsexi 'o "tive a"'-
aldernian.-off his legs, and .. ." ..
filled his head with all THI-YEAR 1.8447.--The .rew: cfvl t"tA '
The, parties eventiMtlly has just cometin.is"remAkltbld,- r 'co rAl --
ie hospitable board, when peculiariies which may bet eo.sne'ediiri-'
sed to his friend !a short' no'us by' the supers hiou. "Ai ,e a
ry, to improve.his health papersttmhs'them ul)in thehlfwingu&fifcr :
ews of. municipal affairs. "'The year begins wilh -Frray"imd '-nds
d a .carriage being, prcUr-' with F~ridly-.i-.ihal very in luck'yiray."-r
air.started. The motion 4th ofJhly dcom6esonSunday--vey)ri'fSky.
asa trifle O toomuch for For lhe-firflihme in the recorleertird Il
)on in a peuhliarly sound oldest inhabilan,4 here will befrilfW4liwooll
ley awoke, the sun w; fthisyeai-ifrithgmont h of F'ebihry-rblfrfy
-int0 the'' am~iage, which: motith.- ObrT~ni~ionnl pu'lniicff'dh' ((eij i
aind'itn'loophg out of- he .dn Su:nda'y,.-the. th 'of.lyareti--i'AWRicky
covered, to their exceeding day. Therewill be'ho ee-tpsp visible-lrtthe ,
at:, broad fields and" green--;year--unluelky for llie sj, r-gdzerj'^ftjit as -*
rick :houses and s:moking afn offset1 for 'the "wt1it, an lA-j~irft be1
pon inquiry learin'ed lhat blest'wiih twio',full rifoons;. ffnfl'W(S _'%ill
miles ffom" Mo bi[(e:- Tlie a like nhmber--this will I,e l'1y,'h-I ';"|jif
iis' way, as ltie "aldeirhan :I:ei-hapstiht'9owi.glt eribujih ovpr -tlie -
.eit~her i nteniionally or -fealtures+.8f tlhe ye~ir to "overcome _1 "-evil--.,
t'1 0b o c lo c k 'o di tlh e m b rri- p i'o ,n o s lic~ad b n '. ... -*11 +:. *^
Ttfl lectton day,-when + the ..:,'*. -- i**' :... ". i",'" "- .
parties were to meet each THE .*PPt (_,tr,. \. e fnid t|lfee1w--
l airay," there w as one L of 'tng in tll~e'TxB,, tun P ost' .'. ^ ,^ ._"s ,'
he democratic 'party and Ay, shlers-hapflpV 1rl; we knKt''ber- -
uce from ho'me--lost, h-ke fresh looks -andl'buoyant 'spirh-s'.' "!l i
tt'e iwood." "Jeames," and day out, she ha'-j'soiifeihing r@''(wfl,l+
0s'pl'e"the: alde'mah: with she talkes hohil of i~ork as iFshe,4gJ oto f,r
It there Wag '"no0 sort of to dirty he'r hanS1-"or s nl'liff'Pj~i^Such
river' could '" take 'era in" girls we-love',a(B~tsppert, WiByllM,t
use be broudght'th'em out them, in a'palaice or ,r h'oveh' "'svilras-pifa
. drliver W;as1 i~mlfidiately ant and alw6s kind, tihe4 ,.iev'ti'lul&H.iftihr-
"ordered to" hare's" itirs: nose's efbrevoi', lrace or ?.'Hl,lty.* 'yuil1lihid-
and drive to iowhn'^b'u'l. te y-our bacfc'.'"- Tlhey "bhare 'iirtfnore tl.':al ,igenj
ie f'remark'inig; rn+ hat pe- and 'be',ter' emp ment. Wha'i are fltrt
delie'ate matbnerth'at/none and bustle-bound girl. im comtrarisonl w'h f


i drivers possess, that he these T Gidod "or -nnohing,huv.;lA.ddak 'at,
entleman '" continentally and that-is-rather disgusting.,.- Givefti [ihe
at -they 6 had siept4in the" ibdustriiou,, and'hapn1 p .` irhUJi ,U ,,vrean Got
arid hs-tea'm hadhIt'bhad who warslkps fashionable! ald PWtle-iupqe. .
wasn't ap g in -to go ud min- tons.. .- ;'.' ,i(u "
rs p t -o p e ri y i f M o b i 0 w a s Id. .. . i.i .. j ,
's 'Jslhnd into the baigain.- We saw %v newspap.ex boy a-efu.Ajv' km-
some timeihetdiver's ob- 431g every ^femalelthat comes ,in, jowrway, :
ome,".'iid th e worthy i al" -s he was selling hi:i papym's, flJ ns.jMlrket
arriveljust'iti't sime- to s(reet. yeAler~ry ..nj.ocjng., ti e c <..i i f.t-.
.W a-ifip-r, 3%.,hig. e ni ow. asked himgw hat,-h- dlti(i for. ;,;W. ," '-
)[1lV 'c noll0anti, .lhat ite :said'ibe inlinerant. i"nder,. bff lieWiAd! t "
iei'd 'c6':derli eve -.fib." this: you~rpad:;in ilv papei*,jlbq*,cotjl)B Iwhd -hei
d'd'%ihde rethtciion, thav dji..caered. to be ox.4losive tivdAq go
'afaeifcegtd th rver!,':: '-, bihiridw.owm an O wi\}A*.',-

ie.B o ston P o-/ st s s : k A ll .,N rw M o-TIV, .M --. -,. "' _M y ? h =, : : "
Ior.llhe .p.ijoi neo n l Oi sau--qln 1. of 6aW 1mill, 4vhi l'i tTa t!,^ th
, Gs o-Bfi d enc e,<, .-* of i ,. c,', ;. ". +
. '' .'.' i ; _,' ; ," ; 'i li :; 1"**"-,4!7 *- .- WL} {rtlti'.:f W 'l ,'W k i '+% %';". .;:.-:
^ "*'** '- *: + *' +" *(- *'*" +. ,+ l .. < i' jy ~.-.... -. ; .,t i JI W i!^,'++ :" Z + i:;


TURN TO -THEE IN TIME .OF
]BY T. H. BAY'LE Y.
I turn to thee in time of need,
I A never turn in vain:
I see ihy fond and fearless smile,
And'hop6 revive again. ,
It gives mejstwngt4mto struggle on,
What.e'er t And if again miy courage fals,
Again I tarn'too thee.-


Dr. A. W. Cliapman,
Office over the Drug Store of B. S. Hawley,
(entrance.onrCGhestnjut street) Residence at the
house.-lately 9ccupie,,d by Dx. Baltzell.
January 170, 184"6. 2-tf
W.G. Davis, ,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Offers ho services to the public in either of the
above capacities..
He~wil practice regularly in Franklin, Cal-
rhodxra nd 4a,4son.Cirncuit Courts--?nd will, upon'
iftsp'-iak-r.etaineor act as Counsel, in any Court
of the M-iddLe.or Western Circuit. He will also,
argt,1 clsws in the. Court of Appeals at Tallahas-
see,.;ti, sessions of which, he .will always be
present at,. unless prevented by accident.
Apalac'hic'ola, September 8, 1846.


At. at. Btit*
PO"RWAR DbING'dAND COM MISS oN
. *!'": a MERCHANT, 1 .. :
-Dec i eAplaachicola, Fa.


-the ban(dg2e, say
that for twenty-1
bullet t" Afte
his innocence
against his count
his heart and cri
fearlessness and,;
France forever !
[From t
ABDUCTJ.
A story of star
.ed to us-as occur
all evlraordinat
ever heard of;:ce
Such an unpara
not occurred sit
renowned, youof
slautwd Marda me
atipgKwecian, fir
ard affeftiotate
the- resuf.will
conseqttencesyas.
A crime 6'1 mod
severity, is the stu
much more heir
stealing of a pare
--one of -the fa
crime has been p
of Mobile. One
ed from the pres
taken from the-c
prevented from e
an Alderman. It
was a principal in
can only be proc
ceny ; whereas h
eilman, he could
grand larceny.
.-It appears that
of the good city (
ly divided in pol
ever, having a tri
lot. A& everythi
ed by politics, p,
great extent; and
ploy a washerwor
precaution to asc
her husban-. C
where a defunct
his grave because
buried by a ;de
vice versa--but to
* An adjourned t
boards was to ta
for the purpose 6
twenty-seven pre
ed in twenty-seve
detern-vined-to die
yield one jot or t
a friend of the prc
with the idea. tlha
aldermen, who e
tor his tYt.eHtd-:-,
cial to his interest
set him back any
his friend's foe.
series of tpnddie
off the track.;" bt
in .the language o
was compelled to
superior power s o
alderman.. Deter
however, lie ob~ta
who kept .np a
drinks all round,"
for humnan, natu
strongest mtrst .
yielded .to "1Dick)
prived of*,his:lool
"Jearnes" nex.
him,:to partake of
the. a.ldermtn 'ace(
iy, yet wi li no
ength his host it
of brandy into, h
peltely took the a
at the same time
sorts -of .images.
withdrew from. th
'Jeames" propose
ride in the country
and extend his vi
lie consented, an(
id, the preciQus p
of the vehicle wa
khem, and were so
leep. Wben th
lhini ng'p~leasatntly:
'as mitionless;' a
,ind6o,, tliey +disci
;reat astonishmen
rees inist'ead o~f br
; himneys, and ut
rhey, w er" thirty i
[river had ,Iost h
afterwards 'said,
n.pIutrpose, and a
rig of" the eventft
wo gireat Jliolitie'a!
)ithe'r' "'in 'marshal
he bhlwarIks0 of: 't
liis friediclata distai
,t the. tw.6babes in

he 'r'efleet ion t!ha
lurry,'f'o~r the dr
n no time,''' beca
nnbfi t~ime. The'
umnmfioned,'" an~d


wr~ses fbrthwith a
"ereinpiorily-refus
culiafly civil and d
6ut cab and liaek
r, would see the g
d -dfir'st!' tha
carriage all night,
e'er W k ; hIR ,e W,
ure .1iis employer
,ui Ihed, arid Piritb'
After thep Lapse of s
ttnmacy was over
reim roanand fri66ndI
be olo ljI'te- ]Daive
iecti.w gf *'T; c'o
spuire and his 1fri
Wiufilune' occialifo
lo) i'loi,;hc, can be"
Thb '-efrt6,' of il
that f.saeessaiy t
**:tie h- a b'e ,kfusi,
' ++ :- t i;. -' .. -


< S.J \M7, Nickcr'soii +.
DEALER t rN CLOTHING,-'BO0TrS, SHOES,
S....' HAXTS, CAPS" &C, ':. *.'
,,No,-. 1 Coliumbos Block, .
D-c 12 -Apalachicola, "Fa.
,Charlies-Roger.3 John Munn. Eugie'neW. Rogers.
A\ -,Clas; Ro-'es 4% Co.,
C M-M SSvTO;f--'rE itC -4AN TS,
:, .:- .> : --. W ater street,.i -
-,dekp 12 rApalachicola, Fa


I ;" I D-,B., lWrood. A Co.,
COMMISSION. AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS ,
No. 7, Columbus Row'
NIov."+2'8l$S46. Apalachiicola, fla.


H. E. Owens,
ATTORNEY AkT"I"-A W,
CLAYTrd61 Barbonr County, Alabama.
April 29, 1816. 2-


S WM. W. CHEEVIER.


-tf


Simmns .Cheever,
CO.MMiSSION MEIRCHMA.N.TS,
(to- O'li'e, No. 6 Columbus Buil'dings,
dec-12' Apatachicola, Fila.
Robertis, Alle & Co., -
-DEALERS 'tN HARD4kRE AND SHIP.
C"HANLERY, STEELTNAILS, SPIKES
AND CAS'I'ING.S, ,
And 3[ t,.itcturers of Tin, Iron, and' Cop-
S-,.+ .- _per Wares.,
Dac 1:2 Apalaphicola, Fa.
.. F. Nourse, H. B. Stone, I-. W. Brooks.
Nourse, Stone & Co.,
C O -MYlISS I-[ ON MERCHANTSS,-
S -No..46 Water street,
Dec. 1-2 "" Apalachicola, Fla.


[From the Christian Review.]
LAST DAYS OF EMINENT MEN.
Many persons have a great desire for pos-
thumous fame;- and the character of their
hist days is moulded by this passion.-
They are anxious that, after-they have be-
come insensible to the voice of human cen-
sure or.human applause, their names should
still be boniored among men.. Moved by this
principle,several literary men have risen.from
iheir death-bed to destroy their manuscripts.
Colardeau, when at the point of death, -as-
if animated by an honora-ble action, dragged
himself along, .and with trembling hands
seized his papers, and consumed them in
one sacrifice." Another, an English'writer.
of great sensitiveness, who had promisefto
leave his labors to .posterity, changed his
purpose at the approach oQ'death ; and bav-
ing ordered. his: manuscripts to be brought
to him- "he raised his feeble hands by an
effort of firm resolve, burnt his papers, and
smiled as the greedy Vulcan licked up eve-
ry page. The tisk exhausted his remaining
strength, and he soon afterwards expired.".
They judged' that undiscriminating fri,nd-
ship might publish that which; being unfin-
ished, would do them no honor. The op-
posite of -this oc'eurred in the case of the
spruce young divine, who was one day found
copying his journal of frames and feel-
ings," in a fair hand, that on his demise it
might be ready for the printer. When
Erostratus, who set fire to the temple of
Di'ana at Ephesus, was examined by torture
respecting his motive, he affirmed that "-his
only object was to gain a name among pos-
terity." Mr., Everett, in his e~xquisiie
ijiece--"Dirge of AlNric the, Visigoth,"
represents tlhe barbarian c-hieftain as autici-
paiing tHe feelings with which his name
would be r-ecalled by the nation whose capi-
tal- he had plundered;
And'11oman hearts shall long be sick,
Before'the name of Alaric."
It is interesting to observe with what pow-
er some master-principle of the soul often,
seems to survive all others-exhibiting the
"ruling 'passion strong in death."- "He
who has 'but a moment remaining," says
ihe aut hor af the paper -cited at the head oQf
this article '"is re-leased from tlee .common
motives for dissimulation'; and time that
lays hi's hand on every thing else, destroying
beamty, uihdlerstanding, health, and*wasting
rlfe-power of life, spires the ruling passion,
which is Connected with the soul itself.'-
That pas'.jodi
,".- I- sticks to our last sand, r
Consistent in our frolics and .our sins ;
Here honest-natu~re en~ds as'she begins."
Many 1triking instances might be-adduced
in illusiration of this principle. -Almost in-
numerablo are the persons, whose. ruling '
characteristic, having survived, the wreck :
and decay'of nature,, has given proof of its
power even to the last.- Sometimes ,in tihe
tranquility of unclouded reason, -sometimes A
in the incoherent ravings of delirium,.,ex- 't
pressions fall1from the lips o(, the dylag, in "
harmony wilh the chief impulses of their-
life. The mental constitution has.,a key-
note whoseechioes are heard in death; ;cer- .
tain sounds have been ever ree-urring;.to the ^
ear ; and while the harp is breathing its la- '
test-symphonies, those sounds still-linger, in ,
expiring cadence. A-,seleetion. .of cases 1
mnighttbe d~rawni from almost -every-depart- (
ment of hutiian-Oe. Napoleon died iu the '
rnidst of &'violent -tempest. ":The, fifth of.
May,?".says Sir Walter Scott, "came amid t
wind nnd rain. Napoleon's passing spirit
was-deliriously'engaged'in a strife more ter- !
rible than tha't of, the elements around.-_
The words tete.d'armee, thelast- which es-:,,
caped his lips:,;intimated that Mis thoughts.
-were watching the current of a heavy fight, .lf
Alexander Adam, the grammarian, imagiri- i
ed himself'in: that solemn hour, at 40his old .
*roployinjent of-1keellitig school. Whejathe; !
mists of, approaaching death gathered around i
Ihro, he took behir shadows For the coming
of evening after a short winter's afternoon: ;-
ond, as if dismissing his class, said aloud.,
'"ft grows dark ;' boys,'you may go." Sir.. (
William'Pitt, who flourished in. the- trou-
)16!us times' of England'srhistory, 'died- ex-,'
aing,*'" 0,: -my 'coubn-tryp"'- ,Tie' last <
wv01ds 0f Q-Iuincey', aoi mafec .by: 'as k itdreds .f
,piri-t, werie,+ O', 0hat I1 might live +to rle-n:-.
der my coy'.ntry brie last ,.service;"- Law-;*-
:e'nee passed 'inlo another :world during the
l~eat of a naval engagement-<-as illoe lond ,*'
flowed profu'sety from his? WOu~nds, ;eX'cl~arm,
ng, "Don't give 1hp the'shilp." : The'dea'i, '
)t' Marsha~l Ney'w'rf~s thle death oi':a iir^ench^-
niai~aind a soldier. : 'Whbef thl'e aid *of' gp~ri est. :
was oliereI hi~m, he declinedd the' offer.- ^I +
deed a0"piiesr," -said he, '*to tea)cb-e' eho-w
to d'ie ; I have l~earnt, it i the iSchool! of batI- .
tIe." He'.was' Shot in the., garden wdf Lu x-
embours i .and wheiny an atl-emst, *wasi'ma~de t-.\
to blindfold lhiin, he in~iii.u:,nllv tore :vay:~ ,


A. G. Semmes,
ATTORNEY AT'LAAW.
01- Office, XA'o. 2 Capt.- Simmoi's Building,
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets.
nov5 Apalachicmla, Fla.


,J. LLaw,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Bainbridge, (Decatur Co.) Ga.
Wiil attend punctually the'SuperiorCourts
of the counties of Early, Baker and Decatnre of
the Sodth Western-, and of the county of Thomas
of the Southern Circuit. rnav3
John Bilbo,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, .
ALBANY, GA.
W "ILL practice in the several Courts of the
South-Western Circuit, and Thomas and-
Ste wait counties
Aug. 5,1,845. 31-tf
L UMBER INSPECTOR.-The undersigned
'having been appointed Inspector of Lumber
for th-e County of Franklin, offers his services to.
the public in that capacity, and will attend to all
duties appertaining to said appointment.
-CORNELIUS GRADY.
March'22.1 S4 5. :,


.. .. r .-II., & J. I. uil,
ACTSS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
I. l.No. 48 Wator street,


Ai'LACHICOLA, FA


+' I~ajrper & BIolines,
COMMISSIONN MERCHANTS,
: also,
: 'Jlsentst for Ahe
SUN MUTUAL. INSURANCE COMPANY,
- ,,- .Of t/e City of ye T Yo'le,
No. 51'Wtter street,
Dec 1-2 ; Apatachicol-a, Fa.


.UMBER INSPECTOR.-Having been' ap-
J_.upoi~nted Inspector -of Lumber for the County
of-Franklin, the *undersigned offers his services
to the public'in that capacity,'and will attend to
all duties appertaining to said appointment. j
April 113, 1846. BENJ. LUCAS.-
ThOs; E. Gray,
MERCHANT TAILOR.
Chesnut st. next door below Francis Ifopman's.
W OULD respectfully inform the citizens of
Apalachicola, tnat he has Jiust received
fifrom New York large and splendid assortment
of Cloths, Cassimeres and' Vestings, unsurpassed
in quality or cheapness, consisting of every shade
and variety, which he is prepared to make up in
the neatest and most fashionable style, pit the
cheapest possible rates. Thankful for the liberal
favors heretofore bestowed upon him, he hopes
by faithful atfe'ntion" to his business, to mierit a
continuance of their patronage.
.Apalachicola, Nov. 21,,.1846.
Fall Goods.
T RANCIS KOPMAN has, just received, his
supply of Fall Goods, and desires a call from
his friends and customers, and as t-o prices, he
leaves them to be the judges; his stoeckcomprises
a general assortment, allof which is offered for
cash or city acceptance. ,/ .
Apalachicola, Nov. 28.. Chesnut st.
** ;: ': -- -+ H ay..-,
"I 9 KBALES, for sale by
25. D: B. WOOD '& CO.
SDc'5 < ....7 Colunmbus!Row.


G. A Giii, .r .... C- H CONNERY.
Green;- & ..a SC-QM M..1.S S I X, N MWEIR C H A N T S,
No. 30, Water.street.
APA-L.A-cHICOLA, PA.
P-elilcwn- Mulmal Isurance CGo. f New York.
GHAS. A. GREEN, Agent.
Dec 5 Nn. 36 Water street. '


Jias. F. Farrior,
..; 'l-.l;.\I [RE'CEIVlNGF6R`W'ARDING (
COMMISSION MERCHANT, .
No. 50 Water street.
"Deca5 ApalalnicoliAFla. ;


+JERFMIAii DAY. A Y
'J' + T S,,'' '" *" : .*
: COMiaS'Ol ME CELHA DATS
,* '1 t ; *: N~o. 52 WVciter street; ..
Dec 5 -* ..... .. Apalachicola, Fa.
'" '-(@.-k Also, Agents.fortlhe lEtnafInsurarnee Co."
the .'Prote.tion Insnlrance Co." aind tli6eHart-
" 0rd Ink mrahce C6." Har-tford Conn. : > I I r.


Castor Oil.
t G GALLONS in store and for sale by
100 .14. F. ABELL,
-cNov 28 Druggist.


tUST rec-eived ner brig Manhattan, from New
I York-, a fine assortment of choice Liquors, Se-
gars, Tobacco, Soap, Candles,.Starch, Domestics,
&c; Also in store," 30 barrels choice Wine and
Cider Vinegar,'which will be sold low.
1 EDWARD McCULLY,
Dee 5 5" 50 Wat'r street.


-* L P.-W. MC,!i," "***
AUCTIONEER AAND -COMMISSION
- "" M E E RC,t ANT. .,: *
So'lilcs a share o.f Public Patronage.
Oct. 2 "APALkACHICOLA', FA.


C0?,l MA'SSION AND VOPWA'RDING-
'MERCHANT,- t
-1"1 *** '-No. Columbus- Btoclf :
Sqpt. 'f 1R46. -Apalachicoli, Fa.


3 BAGS Java Coffbe ; 50 do. Rio do;
0 .40 barrels Nsort~hern Flour;',
-, .- 4 pipes Madeira Wine;
-25- boxes Candles "'1N060 Regalia Segars.
F~r'sale byp :. B.;S.,HAWLEY,
Dee S. 28; Water street.
SPw uP blications.
ONFESSIONS OF A PRETTY'WOMEN;
.,_ Richelieu;' Critchton; Emilia Wyndharh;
(hevalier, D'Harmantal;- Livoman- Tales;, The'
Bush Ranger, &c., ic., just received and or
sale by ... H-. F. ABELL', 1
Nov 21 Druggist.


< *"+'':; lSlarr &'. C. o. 9 J
AUCTI.r N," ] -,. OOM I-S'SION -.M.R'-IANTS,
AND GENLI-iAL A'-ENT :,
:'-, **--; '. : ^ : :-,EUJ uLA ALA. ;
R1 rFURENCFS : i ..
MUST, DEAN. I % \'\ Lr., "
L. F. SEAMAIV- .Ce./{ ew OA.
47) Ii N :N ORTON, ITr *o:; .
JOHN Fi'SER. Co., Charleston.
C. C. LA'rHRoP &.Co, NeW-Or.leanis,,- : "
WARRtN CROMWELLCCIowu, ) s Ga :
A .;, A Y. '- C olm mbus, G a.
A X.'.ER ,
1 IJ J A }";t"I:t[] i ] .


S'Iron'and TNails.
1 BAR- Iron; 200 -kegs
1.001:J Nailq, assorted sizes, for sale, by
Dec 5-. J-. DAY.& CO.'


.. .. .... ii-n ae :
^0- CASKS. int received and now landing

O..V.7 frotmsl'r (-,,-,: Engs, for sale by
LOCKHART & YOUNG,
No0v. 14 5' 3 Vater street.
Nowill's Honey of Liverwort,
.FOR,+ Cogs, 'Cclds, Asthmn Spitting of
Blood, and, alLi; the .affections of-the Lungs
leading to..Consumption, warranted to be compos-
ed of veget;alelsubs'tances 6nly, 'for salv by'
-" ugfl -J. C.-ALLEN.
CHEAP PUBLICATIONS, just received and
-C f 6 r s a l e,, b y -* ,
S Npgy 21. ,1 ; : ...... J C.. ALLEN,
W indow. qlass.-
-f\ BOXES it,' ,,,:ei,?ed, 7 by 9, 8 by 10,
50 v+ 1O 1-, forsale, [nov8] J C.-ALLEN.-

Building Lots for Sale or to Rent.
S E%'ERANL Lots wvcvl situated i~n different parts
0 0'thIe ciF'y. Apply to
.. +" 4' "NORSE, STONE & CO. "
*Dec'12 -'. 46. Water.street. '


-, Hay. "
lf BUNDLES,Tfor' saF.e by .
i. *:"'3. S.S HAWLEY. '
""De 3 ^ -;* '28 W ater,-! re'et.


+-, B..... S tools a i Sioes. ++ *"'. ;j
,:T">OY:'Sfaind Men.'s Russet.Bprgans ; 1 .
lD Mer,'s sew'd and ieg'd Kipbrhogans,;
G e n ts i ,i,'_. C aiC Pl ro .a ij, ; '* -
'\\V un';i'?'d and se?\'> Shoes; ?Children's do. do.
SOy er Lidii-;'Ki]d and 3 ':,t',o ',-> Shcr-!,c "
Super Ladies' coarse and fine-Calf Boots.
- Alarge and extensive a.-,)rtiiiit, just received
and.,-,rs:*'le by 'W"M.G PORTER&"CO. '
Dec :5 : '41'Water str'et.


,1:" : ; IDover -Seed., ,,rr "
7yA,->F:EW p,.,,iuds of large Red; Nortitern Clover
.2 a. S, f:d ...r sile by I' :1
A pril,-I H 1 F AB E L. "


+ Bagging andi RIope. ,
,/yft PCS Bagging; 30 coils Rope, for sale ly'
7t0', ; :A R T LO(,KHA R &. YOUNG,+ -
*--s ov; *(. .* ..^ ;.. ..5 ,W ter, stree't-.


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LIEUT-COL_ B A 6ENOYLVAKA
VOLU112RS,
A pretty incident it iKt",d in SM
ltbeig(Pa.) Ameriia^ W1 ni 6-
ired aI i h prrentai ,onii rief ored itbA.
61; # eck,0of tt It Re:Wt of Post-
rvanf Voltmteers.. T itt'fmber ofC*L
in a clergyman, and ceoeeqeatl Ito a
-ih of sar; yeYt, whef-rW wilf-t--
r aid, he gave hi@ So to her, crow4ed
ith a good man's blessing ani sod l
th a father's trh I
O,,of o. -.. pech 0 .. ..

This sword has been band. "to.'.BB-
eathed, which menns for me;, Itil.hb The
me or trouble, (bere i'mno-lse. for a "eab-
rd, This token.of affection bat reached
y heart without 'wounding If,-.N has
enetrated to the centre, and "hiered
oodles +vicory. I will take.-it with Hfie*
od use it. If I should fall in batik, I witf
II pressing it temy breast, and if it retarsis
itbont rf%,`-yoq may fmd iti *saamed whh
y blood; but~ not -with, my ditth .--'
Xere/Co Black, obsering hii Tenerab1W
th rat his side, paused, and, reachtW46at.
ii and, the old man stepped forward ami
fe Colonel remarked,) hertis'mY. wrdini74
7.-. (Tremendous cheering a gsytt7t enu-
ation,) Icannot speak "frtSfie.; L u al;
w. m., Vve gone to school t=Jy.ou "
played with you-quarrelled 'it t -d
)ved vou the better;. 'Wbe~(_ tin .
Wy tent be pitched on tbe" pgjttl
sest, whr.e.eetbe sun sends" his a B"dws to
lay in summer;o o*suwgi-to" sleep-!1 y .the
aves of the Southern sea, ihaeketrp' rteb.ir
evels at midnight; or ant involved in the
hunders of war at St. Juan de Ul.ua, or/t
, the memory of this day and ita kindaeM
vili visit mie, sweet as the wa s h o" a
keeping child on tlie-chiek-of leepiug
other. I pray that our separ, ti :14'-d"
lay not beoafiual and eternal-farvwvet,;y -
OMME1lCRIAL MARINE OF TCiE UNITED"
STATES.
FRAICKYFORT-ON-THR-MAINY ~VfitV, &6
"DE'AR SIR,-I will now" proceed to show
ou tfle amount Of commercial tonnage"
wned by the states of EuErbpe and the:
Jniied States of America at the preseot.-
have derived the statements fro0i the Oen--
t ls an)d Other rePsenilatives of- the differ-
.int countries, and in most instatheslhey
nay be regarded as entirely avhleiaic:
'NATION. AMOUNT Or TONNAge.-
Great Briiaii.....:....:;;3,000.()0
Fratice..................,90,000
Sweden and Norway ...... 480,00W
Holland ........ ,..W...... 3ZO0.
Prussia................2,000"
Austria............. V2|08-00'
Two Slcilies ........... ."?Af000*-
Sardinia.... ........... 170,000-
Denmark ..........o...,,. ;155,008
Greebe .. .... -148,000
Turte-y ..........,.. ,. 180,000,
-"Portl~gai..... '-.. ,... .. 8 -,
S pain ......;........ =:... ..80.000
Bremen....t............ "60,000
Hamburg...............57,9500'
Hanov er arid Oldenburg.... .57,000
Russia+. ... .;. :. i.... . ;51000
Ionian Islands.........7... 49,000'
:; Mecklenburg -SelveremB,*?46,000
Roman :States.............. 39,000
Tuscany.......... ;.o, .."25,00.0,
Belghim ...,..... .... ,..,. ;. ,,-,. .2 0
Luces.........o............20004,?
U. States of Americao.,/2 0,00,',

Total.......:.:...734,000
Of which thke'citizes of Ahe United States
as is seen, own well hi;gh to thrie-eighlhs.
LITERAar BL.UNKEBS.--"Bcity,"'sad a,
earned lady To her dingy Abagail, "go for
some spirits for the lampii and tell Mr. Mix-
un that the last he.sent was so very weak
hat it only served to make the dark0WS st-7
ble." .Yes," replied Bety.'and away she-
ran with*'ihe message whicb thi s e|eered
as follows'--" Missis says, thefles 'spterits-
you sent wan't good for Botiuad'rd it only
served to make the datkies miserable, it wasa'
so w e a k it w a s ,' i ,, / '; -*? *
City Council Proecedimg,


Called mnleeting. Present ]Seimmmmi S. H~awley,
Mayor, Councilmen, Messrs. B~utt, Whitimarh,
Wyinan,' pfysoja Green, Hanicock 'arid Day.
The minutes0t" the last meeting were read byr
the Cterk,' whereupon:Mr. Day starled tha.jl was:
the opinion Of tbe City Attorney .that no officer
could be elected by the 3oun~cil unless he ob--
tained a majority ol Ihe votes of th Ctepnecitein ;
he therefore moved, seconded b~y Mr. GIreen, to.
amend ,he-roinutes of the last meeting by stri--
king out tte'name of James WV. Ga^Aod as Har--
bor Masterand Benrjamin. Luca. and David[ Ad--
Idars as c~tr Watchmen', they'having received.
but four votes each--moltion adopted., Thruosi ae.er~toe tl~y
'Therepnsi ae .er~trop wreub-
teClerk, aod the minute* as amended e-


approved" *f ., ; '.:.' ,1 -- w i7 ..
Mr. Day moed, seconded by MT. P r'% (nhat
the Council' ptWeed' .ttw 0 &election of Hr'bor,
Master .and two -ity WalgtiaSB-adopted;,,and;
on counting the ballots X.barkeh J. Sheppardfwas.:
on" the louhth ballot, declared elected Harbor
Master, he having received five votes,; ad on.
balloitng-' for Watchmen Wwately, David Ad-..
kips was-.o6 thelourth ball r dealpred elected, he
having received five votes,nd, 1o&as.Tj Roan,
having also received five votes on The fourth bal-o
lot, was'declaret duly elected. '
+Thlie mayorr presented communications from
Janiie L^rber and Wm. F^sIerresigning their
bffices asr^seeond and filth' Eng-neer "of the Fire
Department, which were.readby the Clerk, and,
on motion of Nr. Day, duly seconded Wwre re-_
('eived. Whereupon Mr. Da -rnoved, seconded|
1)V Mr., IBuIt, that the Iiff roceed to elect,
Engineers ro 1i saidC iandieS--adopted; and,.
on couakkng $he balnotes nch C. Roberts- having
received" sevenvotes Wv declared duly elected
second5lgin W,, and JI G. Ruan haYvig re-
ceved soven-vbtes was declared duly elcod fifth,
EngineeiT of rh4 Fire Department. .. .
Mr. Iree iA oved,' seconded by Mr. Day,
.that tbD---ouncil proceed1d t -eleat- Assessors for'
the year 1847-.advpteiid'whereupon Mr. Butt
moved, seconded'- baP..'Wyman, that there be
three A.sessorikJkcted, which .motion was lost.
And tbesrepon, on counting the b@4ot- 6 P.
Ellis aeWm. 4Hone .havyi ng .rvcei.ed seven votes
eacha^rBe declared duly elected.' .
Mr: Green.,.&.i the [jp-pftfl Committee, sta-
jed that ,r5e1 tj.Comln '?&thoriged e {.Com-
mittee'to reader such c' 'o Mrs. tLoui, a"
pauper,,as would enable Ier' 'to reach her-bowe.
and reported that the Comnittee were _^.l"
tiation frKa, passage I'or.-)W-"_w would
-theTresM.ry forihe'anmunt Deedud, I .. ,k'<.- '
On motion the Counci tthen -adjurined."
8 S. s.AW-EY, Afyo.
W3. VALLSAV, Clerk.


SHORT GOVERNORS' MESSAGES.-The I
message of Governor Young, of New York,
Dvers but two columns and a third of the -Pi
ewYork Tribune. Governor Sbantk, ofrP
ennsylvania, has presented the LAegiorturft n C
message which makes but threi cfeimns .-s
nd 3 half of the Philadelphia BLedger.-
be message of Governor Temple, Ao the t..
title State of Delaware, on the other hand, r
overs nearly seven columns of the Wil- .
,ington Journal. wit
The contract for the public priming to re]
congress has beeu given to Messrs. Crosby An
; Van Benthuysen of the AJany Argus.
'hey were the lowest of .he twelve. bid-
ers, and their sel,-ctlilB' may be regarded ba
is the first step towards the removal of The m3
ead-quarters of the Albany clique to pe
Washington. The nomination of. Silas bh
Wright for the Presidency will follow, of fa;I
ourse. wi
0:7' W. R. Myers, of Hoyt memory, has M'
recently been divorced from his wife, Vir- fa I
,inia, by the Va. Legislature,, hi
FLOODS IN OHIo.-By telegraphic dits-
latch, received in Pittsburg, at the office o9 sa
he American, they lear that there his been ki
ustained a damage o f from one to two mil- .P1
ions of dollars in the Miami Valley, by the m
Overflow of continued rains in the Great,
Miami, White, Sciota and Cryahoga rivers, pl
w
07,0 The Hon. Isaac Pennybacker, Sen- re
ator from Va., died in Washington on the ti
tlth inst. .tw
05s* Mr. Ficklin, in his speech against s
Gen. Taylor, spoke something about Fed- n
eralism and blue lights-,when Mr. Shenck
of Ohio, playfully asked if he referred to
those lights by the aid of which Mr. Polk
rilotted Santa Anna into the harbor of Vera
Cruz! The IHinuois General was silent, but Y
the House had a hearty laugh. I
APPOINTMENT BY Gov. MosELEY.--The I

Legislature having adjourned without mak- e
ing the appointment of Judge for the South- n
ern Circuit, the Governor, on Monday last,
re-appointed HOn. GEORGE W. MACAE to -
the the office. We think this a most judi-
cious appointment, and the only-one which
should have been made, under the circum-
stances. Judge M,, we learn, has been
highly acceptable in the Western Circu i,
where he last presided, and is highly es-
teemed as an upright, honest man, and of
good legal abilities; the greatest requisites
for an acceptable Judge.--[Floridian..

Public IMeeting.
At a large and highly respectable meet-
ing of the citizens of Apalachicola. held
on-the 16th inst., his Ho~nor the Mayor,
B. S. HAWLEY, was called to the Chair,
and N. CRUGER, Esq. requested to act as
Secretary.
Col. A. G. SEMMES, in few but very ap-
propriate words, explained the object of
the meeting: to take into consideration the
propriety of celebrating the 22d of Feb-
ruary, on which occasion he hoped all the
citizens would unite in doing due honor to
the natal day of the Father of his Country, I
and that party feelings would be stilled and s
business cares laid aside for the moment; t
he closed his remarks by moving that a
committee of 16 be appointed by the Chair, r
who should recommend an orator and rea- a
der for that day, which resolution was 2
adopted. "
The Chair then appointed the commit- '
tee, who, after a few minutes of consulta-
tion, reported through their chairman, 'Col.
A. G. Sumacs, that they had selected for
Reader, J. ,CAAWAit SMITH, Esq., and for
Orator, L. W. SPRATT, Esq.
Mr. J.H. Hull moved ,that a committee
of arrangements be appointed, and! by an I
amendment of Col. Wen. A. Kain, the ap-
appointment of said committee was given to
the Chair. The Chair accordingly named
the following gentlemen"
J. H. Hull, -.M.P. E~lis,
N. J. Deblois, "W. W. Sims,
D. J..Day, ; A. G. S emmes,.
I M, Wright+ "W. T. Wood,.


W.A..Kaii_, J. C. Allen's.'
On motion of W. T. Wood, t.her Chair
,was added to the-committee. "
Mr. J. C. Allen moved the publication of'
the foregoing resolutions, .
The lneetiug then "adjourned on a motion
made by Mr. W. W. Sims..
B. S. HAWLEY, Chairtn.
N.. CRUGFR, Sec'y. -

FEDERAL RELATIONS.-A member of the
Iowa Legislature'was highly indignant at
the Speaker.of the House when he announ-
ced him a member of the committee on
--"Federal Relations." Look" lierel+Mr.
Speaker," said he none of youF tricks tip-
on travelers. You need'nt think that, be-
cause I-am a new- number, you can run
your rigs upon me. I am not as green as
you suppose. Go to thunder with 'your
federal relations !. I bave'nt one of them in
the world-and would'nt.own him ifl had."

AN ALARMING THREKAT.--A clergyman
being prohibited from preaching; because
he wasa non-con-formist, said toitfie judges:,
'The treatment, which I -have- received
fromyou will probably cost -the lives of
more than a thousand persons.' 9 i
He was instantly arrested on account of,
this alarming threat, +and an explanation ,
demanded. *f: +
'Nothing is more plain,' said he; 'in'de-
priving me of a parish, you leave me no.
other resource than to become a physician.


nearly the same as has been returned in
previous trials, and should serve as an effect-
ual rebuke to the culpable carlessnes of the
government functionaries, through which,
alone, the whole difficulty has resulted. In
this respect the developments of the trial
amazed every body who heard it. Begin-
ning with a mass of blunders which at the
first showed a balance against the defendant
of nearly $60,000, the government, under
successive revisions and readjustments co-
vering the space of about twenty years, has
reduced this balance by vouchers "mislaid
and accidentally found," &c., to about
$5,000, and successive trials by jury have
placed the boot on the other foot.-[Tal-
lahassee Sentinel.


{From he National Intelligencer.]
+ : -"^.-' W HAT NEXT .....
If any juidgiin'nllay be safely' pronoun-
red npun the incidents of the last three'days,
lthe Executive of the United States has en-
tirely lost Uke Confidence of, thte popular-
branch of Congress; not that of the- party
opposed to the Ad,,inisiration, which it
cdovt-M .ardlv be supposed to have posses-
sed, but to the partly to which itself belongs.
-l, -a extent does the dhistrust.of Exe-
cutive txpecommendauo'ns prevail, that it
seemisnrArdiv possible that any one of them
". shflWs i~e d". .... -
-Y .(S9&rdaV 'was marked in the House of
,Repie'sesitatives by an occurrence more
.tli'rec.tiy "disrespectful to a distinctand, ex-
nt^-ess,,t'cdnmmnJlatinnl of the President
w.rei'ference (o the conduct of. thr Mexican
-wfV-rv'thx even .the vote ol" Satuiday against
.4.ffl%proposed\Var Tex;is. or the proposition
-if 'Mondayi frnnm Democratic quarter, for
*.Mmisind "of. Peace.
""iOh Monday the President1-hadi, in aspe-
!$,^'lNessae, .recoiiiiiieii(ledi, among other
'tlrings-, the addl ion to the Army of a Gene-
'.ra-I Officer (a Lieutenant-General) to serve
!udrfing the war, to command althe forces
,of every description eni.a%.ed in- it; and the
"'Message was referred to the Committee on
1ikt-arv Affairs in eich House, Inmnedi-
"''Iately on the oplening of" the seating of the
"Htiuse o0' Repr'eenianives ves.-iday morn-
'"i'levthe Chairmnan Oif the Mifltit~y( Coinmnil-
-'.eeof iat House. (Mr. H-jralson) siaved,

n ide'r "inslruiction. I'rini his comniittee,
.,(consistng ol' six penileinen of the Demo-
-',crac party and three \Whigs,) that the
;..conmnitee be dissclh:r ,'-l I'rom the furitr
ocoiisidletatinn of so ,in,,1.i of said Message
'.ag recommends ilie aiih,,tiization of the a()-
jibii.itenie -of L ie,,ten aiit-(G eneral+ and that
.-it be ordered ,s lie oil Ilie 1.,ble; aud, wilh-
% rot t..wojd-eof-debai,, it was ordered, willi-
..'.Out an audible dissenting voice, to lie en the
'_ tab.'e !.= ,
". -What is to he -done' next, we have no
'"idea. How should- we, after what has oc-
'u rred since the first- d~ay- of this new year?
,",' -lieSecrelarv of the Treasury officially
"'U ecla'res to'ihe Chancellor of the Exche-
qtiter (as Jolh [-andolph used to terin the
'^(Lh';irainan of the Co,'inintee of Ways and
: eIn;,5s) lldat, without the imnposition, of
d ,lutieson two-certain fi-ec art; il'ls, he- can-
T not possibly obtain by loan :any money to
c'.irry on thc Government. T1he House of
A tenresentatives, boing a iipriz.-I by the Exe-
"c ulve' rin cif this commiunic-.tion bv tlhe
+ Secretary, declared, oil the nextL day of its
meeting. by a vote of more than two to
one. 11"I it will liy no such taxes!
"The President and; the government paper
'simultaneously uirge upon 'Congress the
vigorous |Iresecutlin of" the War, arld one
41[ tite most infltunti.al innmebers ofthe party
whirilh elkcied the President I'orthwith pre-
S, enfits'a ,notion to appropriate money to de-
: (fliray tlhe expense fo," proposed negotiation
"''fr Peace, and cones iltiin one vote of
-. c irving itl!
T hirtlly. The P,'eslent rec-imends, a(
.his leading measure fur giving thegreatesm
possible efficiency to ilie Aruiy in the.war,
'n. the e'stablishlnent of (lne ofice of Lieuten-
'.anL-General, (or perhai|s 1Fie.e Marshal)-
th"nd the veiyv uexri.y Ihlie ,O^B. o'_l tzetu-e,
peutatives (list-h11Y., q i Is c,,,1 itnIII from fur-
,; ;. lier care ulI he project. and nailsit, like "
bad dollar, to 111e couiiler!
-W ha t'll next \I'lI,) can tell ?

V'-" l ADMINISTRATION is ait this moinent
"in, a position of painful ehni1;rrassmei I.-
*: "' !Vo n,.ed i lie house'of its friends it can-
rnot iurn to its ,,;i-r esa except for justice
Ind iliht is probably What it nIost dreads.
: ;^ The refusal to lay duties on tea and cof-
P fee, last S ilnrdaY, and tlhe de ided,riejection,
nil Tueid.aY of ihIe President's request for
t'lie appoinliiient of a Lieute'nant General
While iliev inlitnrite a total alienation of the
iijorily tl" Ihe []oui,'? fr"m Mr. Polk, ma)
be suip|osed ;ilo to imply a determination
/. ." o nthe part of Con,,ross to'tetnnitnate, the
M "Mexican war speedily, ifliot by a treaty
S theu, by a discoutinuannceoaggressive oper.
+' 7, rio rn+ '/
+. + III is nct to be disaiise,.l, further, that '
.. :' mew eleinent of combination is exhibitin;E
:'," : .. .; itselff in-thec prpttl 11 branch o4" the Nationsa
*i :' .Legislature. whiichi isdjesfined to exercise
;; ..+ '.potential influence in conltroliing the (utu r-t
-;P -.orgipnlzati ":,- .,House on W~ilmot's proviso hiast.-session
"',and. thle vole on Mr. Pr-sion Kin.,sresolu.
S .riiou some days agq. ill denote slhe. natur<
*Ql Ilhe new bosis of a-sociaiiott .nid actiot
.t0 whieicl we refer. Thie im|)ression evident
.< ).ly..|trevais +triton. llhe iNor'lhert +,pporteri
., .*,ofttlle A d iii istlrn iion, ilian.is to say a m~oni^
:. llhe relc'esemliriwes i, m the iionsl;x e~lol(in
,, States, thiat die war wnuh Mexico was 'pro
.v.ov kediand p~reci|itialed, a,d'~ l i; t is aov
proqsecutedl, I'or lleic |ur-pose maiin~ly of ag
+ ;g.r.unylizimag tlle Sotiilh and strengtheuinjt
; ,So~uthetn institutions; an~d tlhe deierininatiot
...ijsbecotnint; equally ev,,dent on the part o
":those relp'esentativs. to pult 111 end to th<
,war, Bh.LcJ:,-!i as lbec,'iiie one of conquest
alnd wjithit to fecd also t'he twrritorial extend.


tion of shivery. __ -.
.. .Ti' soine such issue as Oh' f.sl come
: -." ; so%* or later, has ivent obvious lonm; since
"-Ftftf it t reason, as for oitier reasons, i
frip, y (niy be Met wi,[b camlio-ure. The Geniu
; ..,,. fNatioouli.(, is over usall.
J," J.'t is Jesohed ),o eripinae aggressive
i e ..prrarij' ]'sI .Against Mexico, I lie' policy o
W I willi ng our trooik-to some line which
.., ,e s o, I,,r' ii, -r li),wards M exic,
..may bl. "adopted, so that a defesive attitud,
".0 ,a pay be maintained unuil a, treaty of pacific
.. lalio.n mnd boundaries is arranl,,ed.
.[Baltimore American.

ALARIMI, SPREAD O(F CONSCIENCE.-
+ in architect o(' this city who was applied t(
i = i lr lIe dsiens, SKe.j of a new chtlrch, re
L l : usedd to UIdJrta.KeW lhk business, because
the building wa@ likely to be consecrated to
Unitarian religion, to whieh hle was conci:
-'I'-:entiously opposed., This -beats those ten
.'?,.'der hearted abolitionists Who refuse 'p eat
!' --sugar because it is the product 'of slav.
l a' b labor. But we havte -a ,Iriend tvlioae ourme
S', ". refuses to w~sh the bahy of mnoxrnings, isiaas
,muc-h' as 'she is eon'need that the Bibjit
does not snAction the; principle of ini'na
S *baptismn'. The man who broke Lord nos-
se's telescope, 'OBm t ihe ground that it' was
: wicked to pry into the secret things of Rea-
sa en, has ,his fellow in a merchant wel are
ir t: ncqtfifi~ed with, a furious Protestant, who
discharged a carman for (he reason that hi,
cart was marked 666-the number of the
J.asts in reye.Jations,,-,-[Yanee Dqode,,_.,


[Correspondence of the Baltimore Americanl,]
WASHING'r if, Jan. A.
The great event of the day has been the
summary defeat of the President's recom-
,mendation to appoint a General Officer to
take command of,.the military forces of the
country during the war with Mexico. The
message was acted upon by the Military
Committee this morning, and of the nine
members o~f the Committee, only one was
in favor of sustaining the recommendations
of the President! This is as cruel a rebuff
to Mr. Polk, who asked for power to make
the appointment, as to Col.-Benton, who
expected the office. The action of the
Committee was acquiesced in unanimously
by the House of Representatives, and the
yeas and nays were not called for to save the
feelings of the Executive.

[Correspondence of the Charleston Courier.]
WASHINGTON, Jan. 10.
There is to be a rally to-morrow in the
House, in favor of Mr. Rathbun's substitute
for the Army Bill, providing for volunteers
instead of regulars. The substitute,-though
carried in Committee of the Whole, was
lost in the House by a majority of one vote.
A reconsideration will. be moved, but will
not, in my opinion, succeed. -There is a
growing disposition in the House to sustain
the Executive in all the measu_.r,,recom-
,neudedtfor carrying on the war.+ Recent
intelligence from Mexico goes to Istrength-
en that disposition. It is now found 'that
there is no prospect of securing peace, or
even an amicable negotiation, that Mexico
is resolved upon a continuaneef..the war.
Though the intelligence received last night
of Sant-i Anna's advance towards Saltillo ii
not confirmed by official account, yet it ii
credited here. Congress must do one o
two things-withdraw the troops and arres
-the war, or furnish means for its vigoronE
prasecution. The latter is the course deter
mined upon. The next thing-to be consi
dered is, whether Congress shall take int<
their own hands the management of the wa
or commit it to the Executive. The forme
course is impracticable and absurd, and
moreover, the Presidennt must, after all
Lnder the Conttitution, carry into execution
the laws, whatever they may be. The Pre
I sident is responsible Cor carrying on theiwar
He will be held to strict account for th
war and its result. Therefore, it is argue(
that the President should be furnished witl
such means for prosecuting the war, as he
upon his responsibility, and upon his ful
knowledge of the circumstances, as derive(
from officers in command, deem necessary
This argument will prevail.
The bill to raisethe ten thousand regula
troops will, in my opinion, pass; and it wil
be followed soon by a bill to authorize th
appointmentof a Lieutenant General. Th
President deems this office necessary, i
order to prevent any difficulty which ma
arise- between Generals Scott and Taylor a
f to the command. He desires it, also, fo
the purpose ot"putting at the head of al
tnovemenis in Mexico some person who ha
his entire confidence and who may be will
Lt g to carry out his general views, unde
' such instructions as will leave to the office
much discretion, and event the necessity
of a frequent appeal to the Government fo
r"(nstroctions. ;-Be desirea -it, also, because
in' his'opinion, his views cannot be carrie
out by a< mere soldier however gallant an
skilful he may be in his profession, for di
plomatic and civil powers are to be veste
in this officer.
The great argument against the oreatio
+of tiis office is that it seems to be propose
for the purpose of shifting all responsibility
' for the conduct of the war from the Pres
dent-to some -other person-perhaps Mi
Benton. If that were to be the result, th
' project would and slou!d be universally
scouted,, as it was when first talked of.-
' But it cannot be so. -On the'contrary, th
E President is to be made more directly re,
ponsible for the conduct ofthe war, through
this confidential Lieutenant, who is tore
present his views and policy in the field.
The general outcry in the House again;
the appointment of Mr. Benton, may pr<
vent him from accepting the office, thougl
aas I learn, the Senate is in favor of the o
g rice and ofrhe man."
I I repeat, that the+House will agree to thi
aLieutenant Generalship before the session
Closes. The House has been undecided
Upon tihe question. The proposition w;
"*' yesterday carried, in Committee of th
" Whole, by teller, 84 to 64. But after M
"'Ra~thbuq's substitute was adopted, the prt
} .position'+was-twice rejected. The lard bil
Share to carre up im the Senate to-morrow.
g "WASHINGTON, JAN. 11.
g The Senate a~ppea~rs to be wound-up f(
- action, Its solemnnsilence will be soon br<
,v' ken away, for nearly half the session h;
- passed away and we have heard little froi
g them. "They must soon unmuzzle the
n wisdom.'"
f Mir. Allen offered a d'eciaratory resolutic
e +to ihe effect that with a view +to secure
, speedy peace, an additional volunteer fon


- is necessary; that the war with' Mexico b
_,prosecuted- with iacereaszd-energy; that th
, Public Domain be set aside and pledged t
secure the payment!of the .principal and ir
t terest of the public debt, contracted on a(
s count of the war; and to provide'pensiot
for the families of those who may be wound
e ed or (all in the war; and that the Commi
i' tees on Finance and Military Affairs be ir
b structedto bring in a bill in conformity wit
0, these views.
e The resolution lies over, and will ulh
- mately lead to a great debate on all thest
subjects.
I Mr. Dix,from the Committe on Militar
Affairs, reported a bill to provide for the at
_ pointment of a Lieut. General, to con
o mand the army to the United States.
- This bill was made the order of the da
e for Wednesday next.
o Mr. Dix, from the same Committee, rc
- ported a bill to increase the military estal
. lishmehtof the, United States and fur othl
[ purposes.
e This bill differs somewhat from that
the House.. Has newer feature on: on
Regiment of Dragoons, ni6e of Infantry
a appointment of an additional Major to eac
t Regiment, to be taken from the Captain
of the Army ; an additional General, wit
s rank and pay equal to a Lieut. Col. of C2
valry; twoAssistant Adjutaut Genterals wit
e rank and pay as Capt. of Cavalry ; two Dc
puty Paymaster Genera-Is; many clerks fu
s the same to be taken from civil -life; add
s tional Paymasters, not exceeding one t
each Regiment, t9 be appoi+tCd if peee,


-<.*


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EUFAULA BRASS BAi.---Owr city has
just been honored by a visit of'7his Band.
The impressions they have left behind are '
of the most favorable character, as.gentle-
men of intelligence, and as nature per-
formers certainly more accomplished than
any band we have ever seen. During their
stay they favored us with two concerts, one
at the Town Hall, which, we regret to say,
was a very indifferent place-last night ano-
ther at the Mansion House, a room better
adapted, and where the audience had an op-
portunity of witnessing all they could ac-
complish, which-was a masterly effort. The
programme was large and consisted of the
favorite fashionable airs of the day ; we
were particularly pleased with No. 1 Quar-
tette Club." four Flutes; Strike a Light,"
Band; "-No. 4 Quartette Club," four Flutes;
" Mary Moore Quick Step," and Stars
of the Summer's Night;" with all, we were
pleased to see the audience so large, which
was composed of the elite and fashion of our
city.

07 In a recent decision of Judge Low-
rie in the District Court of Pittsburg, a ver-
dict o( $1500 were rendered to Mr. Scant-
lin, for injuries sustained by his wife, by
the explosion of the boilers of the steamer
Cutter. The decision of Judge L. were to
the effect that carriers of persons are an-
swerable only for injuries arising from their
negligence or want skill It was in evidence
in this case that the boilers of the Cutter
were old, having been in use on two boats
for five or six years before they were placed
on board the Cutter. Hence the verdict
for the plaintiffs.
Q^" At Pittsburg, Jan. 11tb, the ther-
mometer fell to.19--fell 33 in 8 hours-
talk of changeable weather in the South
after this.
070 The express which passed through
St. Louis a few days sinceto Gen. Kear-
ney, in California, it appears contained or-
ders for him to quit Santa- Fe with all the
available forces and to join Gen. Taylor.
The co-operation of these two Generals will
no doubt render the office of Lieut. General
entirely superflous.
,O,1 A Charleston letter writer says:-
The Hon. I. Q. Adams is recovering from
thb paralytic stroke which took him down
some short time since, and is extremely
anxious to each Washington, where it is
supposed he intends to deliver his farewell
address."
CARRIER PIGEONS.--Two splendid car-
rier pigeons flew on board the ship Clarissa.
Perkins, bound to New Orleans, Dec. 10,
in lat. 45 181 N., 171 55> W.--terra firma
distant 700 miles; they were easily secured,
and have been carried to N. 0. where they
are now in possession of a gentleman of that
I city.


SThe steamer Penobscot, a Boston
and Bangor packet, while laying at East
Boston, took fire, aud was consuimed-loss
40,000, no' insurance. / :++ -
O- ItA"is stated-hat*-frem-S to250de-
serters are now in the city. of New York
from the several regiments that; have been
equipped and sent out of that port.-


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M-F' Miss Demier whom :we all recollect
as second dancer to Madame Augusta, has
recently fallen in with a rich uncle in Lou-
isiana, at whose request she has "left the
turmoil of the green room for the 'ease
and elegance of private life.

Washington letter writers state, (ail-
frbm high quarters of course,) that Si
Robert is preparing' a scheme, by which
from three to four millions dollars will he
raised to meet the deficiency in the McKay
Tariff of '47. This functionary finding that
the million are not to ,be chouced out of
their tea and coffee, adroitly proposes a tax
"on plate"' jewelry, watches, &c., alias, rob-
bing Peter to pay Paul.
GROWTH 6F WASHINGTON, D. C.--The
growth' of the Capital of the. U. S. has
within the twelve, months past exceeded any
other year in the "'memory of the oldest
inhabitant." There were built within. the
past year 208 dwellings-86 brick-122
woodeo, making a total 6f 5,725.


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APATACMOOLA, SATURDAY, TANT. 23, 1647.


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sary ; all this force to be disbanded at thc
end of the war.
Mr. Atchison, of Mo. Was elected Presi-
dent pro tempore of the Senate without op-
position, and took the chair, the Vice Pre-
sident being absent.
The House passed the bill to raise ten
thousand regular troops, with one amend-
ment-providing that the troops-should be
disbanded at the close of the war.
The Oregon bill was debated. This bill
establishes a territorial government over
Oregon. There is a provision in it exclud-
ing slavery from the territory.
There was much debate on the, subject
of the elective franchise as provided for in
this bill. The two Native American repre-
sentatives, Mr. Campbell, of New York, and
Mr. Levin, of Philadelphia opposed the
provision that gives every one a right to vote,
and renders every one eligible to office.
But it was explained that there were per-
sons in Oregon, fixed as it were, to the
soil, who had given every evidence of a
common interest with all others in the wel-
i fare of the community, who were not
3 citizens, and because there was no establish-
ed authority in Oregon that could admit
I these persons to citizenship. k .
A A statement made by-your New Orleans
i correspondent, as to matters relative to the
- Ad-de-camp of General Scott, has been re-
t published here, and several letters have
- been shown to me corroborating it.
t The abolition paper of this city is slated
r to have 11,000 subscribers at two dollars
3 each. It was boasted that they would start
. with fifty thousand.
t The printing of Congress, under a law of
s the late session, is to be given out upon con-
s tract to the lowest bidder. The proposals
f were to be decided upon on Staurday.-
t There were numerous competitors for it. I
s learn that the lowest bid is put in by the
- Albany Argus concern-something like
- one fifth of the price allowed by the act of
o 1819. Mr. Isaac Hill, formerly Postmaster
r General, claims that his is the lowest and
r most favorable bid.
1, The matter is important in a political
1, point of view. Hereafter, the press in the
u city is to be divorced from the Government.
,- It must depend upon the people and not
r. upon Government patronage. r .

d THE OLD FEDERALISTS.
d The Richmond Wthig, in noticing the
i, December number of the American Review,
II has the subjoined comments on an article
upon a work recently published, entitled
-.Memoirs of the Administration of Wash-
ir ington and John Adams; Edited from the
II papers of Oliver Wolcott, Secretary of the
e Treasury, by George Gibbs:"
c In all the sentiments' of this article we do
not concur'; but no one can peruse it without
'y being satisfied that the old Federaltparty,
)r which, since the Administration of Mr
,r Monroe, has been extinct, (at least by tha
appellation) was most harshly judged by its
- triumphant opponents, and has been subjec-
ted to most unjust and unmerited imputa
lr tions. Theattempt recently made, in" high
Y quarters," to revive political names no looger
' significant of the principles and systems ou
)r of which they originally sprung, imparts
e, fresh interest to this effort, too long postpone
d ed, to vindicata the reputation of some o
j- the purest patriots and wisest statesmen
- however mistaken they may have been in
some of the opinins they held and avowed
to which this nation has given birth-men
- who with all their latitudinarian notions o
d constitutional construction, as well as witl
-y the still more objectionable opinions of ;
few of them in reference to the necessity o
ea stronger central government than that pro
vided for by the constitution, never, in thei
y boldest suggestions, dreamed of investing
~ the Federal Executive with a lithe of the
a- power which a Democratic president, affec
s- ting to be rigidly scrupulous in the inter
pretation ofthe charter from which he de
rives ali his authority, does not hesitate ti
exercise! It would be well if some of those
stwho repeat, like well-taught parrots, phrase
e-the meaning of which they as little compare
,._' b~end, would study the early history of par
lies in the United States, and learn from i
how (ar the powers now actually exerted b,
ethe Federal Executive transcend in scopi
,n and magnitude all that the old Federalist
dever claimed as belonging to lhe combined
as action of all the departments of the Federa
teGovernment I If Alexander Hamilton am
John Adams, the most ultra, in this respect
o- of the great party of which they were thn
Leaders, could rise from their graves, the
would be startled to see how far their ob
noxious theories halve been transcended b;
or the daily practice of the President, whos
o- friends nevertheless still apply the name
as which those theories rendered unpopular l
m the party that is striving to check their hoi
fir +and daring usurpations, and to- re-establisl
the Republican principles of which Jame
n Madison was trhe most distinguished expo
a nent +and champion. It is to be hope
;e +however, thait the great body of the peopi


be are not os "ineffably.st'upid" as; the resort
ie to so transparent. an artifice jutifieS us i
to supposing its authors believe them to be
n- They are sagacious enough not io confound
c- names with things--and to transfer th
ns odium.of an unpo-pular epithet to a part
d- which is struggling to avert the .establish.
t- meant of principles, by themen who cunning
n-' ly alpply it to them, as much more obnoa
th ious and dangerous than those; the advocacy
of which overthrew the federalists, as th
i- principles asserted by the federalists were
es more objectionable than the opposite yiew
entertained by their Republican cotempc
ry raries.-
n- UNITED STATES vs. R. K. CALL.-Th
U. S. District Court for Florida, now i
iy session in this city, has been occupied fiv
days in the third or fourth trial of this im
e- portant cause. The matter was committee
b- to the jury last night, who returned To
er a verdict that the said defendant is nc
indebted to the said plaintiff; but the sai
of plaintff is justly indebted to the said defend
ie ant in the suum of $8,463 37." Thejury-
'; all men of high character and most of their
;h skillful accountants-was undoubtedly on
's. of the most competent that-could have bee
th selected for the trial of a cause of this na
a- ture, involving a mass of complicated ac
h counts, extending over a series of year
e- and embracing, as we understand, upward
ur of 3000 items. The investigation was mos,
i- patient, elaborate and impartial, and is high
to ly honorable to the learned and accomplish
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!', Groceries and Ship Stores.
R IO COFFEE, Java do, St. Domingo do,
Northern Flour, Western do; N O. Sugar,
St. Croix do, Porto Rico do, Young Hyson Tea,
Hysond'o Powchongdo, Souchong do, Goshen
Butter, Cheese, Lard, Bacon Hams, Sides, Shoul-
ders, Molasses, Whiskey, Mess and Prime Beef,
Mess and Prime Pork, Mackerel, Shad, Salmofi;
Herring, Sounds and Tongues, Cod Fish Tongues,
Pepper, Spices, Catsups, Pepper Sauce, Olives,
Qapers, Pickles, Soap,, Starch, Tobacco, Navy
Bread, Pilot do, Crackers, Vinegar, Dried Fruits,
Beans, Salt, Raisens. Macaroni, Vermacelli, Ar-
rbw Root, Corn, Oats, Buckwheat, Mustard, Rice,
For sale by B. ELL1SON & CO.
SJan 23 24 Water street.


XCHANGE on New Orleans, for sale by
Jan 9, J. DAY & CO.


E XCHANGE on Boston, Providence, New
York and Baltimore bought, and sight checks
on New York sold by
WILLIAM G. PORTER & CO.
Dee 5 Agents Bank of Brunswick.
THE undersigned continue to make advances,
T on Cotton consigned to their friends in Liver-
pool, Havre, Boston and New York.
D. B. WOOD & CO.
Dec 5 'Columbus-Row.


UST received per schooner Elizabeth from
New Orleans:
20 bble Flour; i5 do. Whiskey;;
2 bbis Monongahela do; 5 kegs Lard;
5 Mess. Pork; 5. do. FamAly Beef
For sale by. EDWARD:McCULLY,
Jan 16. 501 Water street.


..3700


' Liverpool .." .... ....
Il- dvre.. ** *' *
*"; Nan14.- ...*
Triesle...... .... *
.GPIIo.t ... .... .- .....
Oiher sports ....... ...
Total to For. Po-rts.
New York...........
- B 'Boston. ............ ...
P : r:, Providence .......-.
;-;: Philadelphia,.... ,. ,
Baltiim ore ...........
New Orleans......,.. .
Other porlts..........,
".' Toutl Coastwise....


...........1 4
...... ......

...... ..129.
..33-0* ..


^ 3259
./ .:.....362
.T,+, ,999


- Salt. .


...... .. 3700
. .3345 .559f
..1735.,..768
..1263 ...13-45
.'...'.. .A221
..32M .. 1091
... 362. ..132
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..99941 .1-3848


Amnerican Billiard+ Boom.
M/R. PETRY respectfully informs his friends
and the public, that his splendid 'and
unique Billiard Saloon is now open for the re-
ception of visitors; he has spared-no expense in
fitting up the tables, ornamenting the, room and'
supplying his bar with the most superb articles
Of Liquors, Wines, &c. and respectfully request
his friends and the public to give him a call.
03- No charge for the Game of Billiards.
-Aplachicpra, Jan. 16,1847. ,--3m


N OTICE.-All persons having claims against
-N Mary Thomas, late of Calhoun county, de-
ceased, ave requested to present the same duly
authenticated within the time prescribed by law,
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.
LUKE LOTT, Executor.
Ochesee, Jan. 18; 1847. jan23 2-2m


BOOTS, Shoes, and Brogans, by the case;
Women's Shoes anti Buskins;
X Mer's, Boys and Youth's Brogans;
"fine sew'd Brogans;
Men's pegged 'Boots; ,
-t". fine sewed-Boots;.. -** -.- '
Russet Brogans. For sale by ,
.: B. ELLISON & CO.,",,
Jan 23 24 Water street.
SHEETINGS, Shirtings and Prints, by the
bale and case, low for cash, by
B. ELLISON & CO.
Jan a23 24 Water street.


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: E. J. Hardin, "
FACTOR AND COMM VISION MEACH=ANT,-
I. qE- Office, No. 6 Columbus Buildings,
Jan 16 -^Apalachicola, Fa.


TOTAL- ALStu .s ........ ...


S .T'-LiO&sacksi ailba nq"for-aleb by
3)D. BRNOOD,& CHM
Dec V2 '-' olurbus P.


* -+ " P" '''E PF Jan -"'t - p lc loa v--" ".'> aA.. ,
Pf -eramer Aususta-muisss'Beaman, Miss Kil- Jan 16 -Apalachicola, Fa.
'bee, NM"q Bry.n, Msss Clarke, Rev TJ. Bowen; Roberts, Allen & Co.,
SMessrsE Bryan. I L.G Bdker and son. B G At- DEALERS IN HARDWARE AND SHIP
"::demlm, J MN Barrpi l.Tho LislUlon, W Littleton, -CHANDLERY, IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
Mfitel Loll, IV E Robinson, Peter Hobart, S J SPIKES, AND CASTINGS,
AFuers-TeamsPe )venar--ed. rsS L Solomon,H And Manufacturers of Tin, Iron, and Cop-
'K'*Hill, E T Beall% R V Clark. CG R Burk. per Wares.
Per steamerAlbany-Dr C G M Prime, Dr S Dec 12 Apalachicola, Fa.
Parsons, Mr A E McKinlev. : .
Per sieamer Lotus--Dr De(.Fraffinried, Mr E Wx. W. Sims. WM. W. CREEVER.
,.:. Jonies, Jr Slut s C l7heeer,
'" P-ei amer Apa'lachic ola-Mr SMatthews.
Per Stm r Mary A Moore-Dr C W -Snow C 0 M MIS SI 0 N MERCHANTS,
1 and I.VM1.% Mr C Thomas and Lady; Mrs J M OffCe No. 24 Water street.
Mooretjbild and servant; Mrs Dingle. Mrs McCall. dec12 Apalachicola, Fla.
.;; ..Dr H khdrl, C.pt E B Fuller; Messis W H e & Lawson,
Jn lc.DBTopoAFK-dll r-IMPORTERS, MERCHANTS, ANT) COMNIS-
grast, H.Herring, IN M "Bellisinte, H Srrickland, I 2 SION AGENTS,
.-Tbos Locke, R-C Chisholm, R L Edmonds, Mas- Jan 23 BAINBRIDGE, GE;ORGIA."
-uersHaight and Roberts. A W. T. WOOD. E.B.BALLoU.
P Per steamer Boston-M'tessrs John C Ruse and W. T.W OOD.E & .tB.all B,= "
JisflLarls..
' Per seamerEnily-Mrs Spencer, Mrs Rivers, COMMMISSION MERCHANTS,
..... Mrs McCraw, Miss -Persons, Miss Shrives, Miss Office No. 42 Water street ,Up stairs.
.-, Rivers, Miss Cowles, Miss Cutbeih; Rev Mr Me- Jan 16 *- Apalachicola, Va.
Cropp; Messrs I D Bugbee, JB Brooks, T H B ,
-Rivers, J 1-1 Watls, JohnsonJasMcnivre, Hook, Edward McClllly,
Tallmann, J F Keener, Culbeth, Bliss, Frasier. A TX rr1 M ti Ti
Per-steamer Peytona--Judge Spooner; Messrs A. UC .f t L /N .1 Hl EL' ,
"' W Ridgell, Phillips, McIlnon, Kitler.- Office No. 50, Water street,
..... Per steamer Augusta-Dr Monroe, Messrs T Jan 16- Apalachicola, Fa.
-., :Lawson, J R ghe,...ld. J R Lines, A A Gibbs., __ ,- -
i % .......ll M. Bu.ntt.
T. o m-l-l- -A-rnp-r -rn ... A ... XTILL continue to transactsa general FOR-
OTICE-SAMUEL BENEZEr.-is my .. --- COMMISSION N BUSINESS
X .ly authorized A.gent during my absencefrom [ /WARt,. -m N n1C !N B*SIN the
the:State of" Florida. I *. "and solicits the patronage of _s-e -
D .. R. CROCKUTT KURR. publicd .. Dec.2 49-4t


White Pine Lumber t]Pr Sale..'
f 0-0 FEET Whte Pine Lumber,
20,0,r./0.0 just received' pe schooner
Hunter,' frota Bath. Maine. .
Jan ta CHAS. ROGERS & CO.


Assessor's Notice. I
rIITHE undersigned Assessor. of Taxes will attend
.Lat the house of John Partridge on I he 3d, 4th
and 5th days of February next, to receive the re-
turns of taxable property of the citizens of Frank-
lin county ; all'lists of returns, must be sworn to
or double taxed. PETER HOBART,
Assessor of the Revenue,
for State of Florida, County of Franklin.
Apalachicola, Jan 23, 1847. 2-2t


AN assort ,nent of Schod&4 hs8,' just re(eei
and for sale by I '
NoIv2t J. C. ALL_,..
+ NAt1ALS for 1847 i. Pa.lns; "Toy eooks, &e.,,
- for, 'al'eg- y *' +i "
N1v 2J1., ,J J. C. ALLENK


CREAM TARTAR, for sale by
]septsl H. F. ABELL.


ATS and Caps by the case low for cash by
B. ELLISON & CO.


Fine Boots and Brogans.
2 CASES Gent's fine Calf Boots;,.
300 prs Brogans.
For sale at low prices, by
-Jan 9 F. KOPMAN.


PLOUG ? No. 10 and 16, at Manufacturer's
prices, byU4 B. ELLISON & CO.
Jan 23 24 Water street.


Dr. Townsend s^Sai-mparilltk.
T HIS invaluable and, justly celiaisted. corn,
pound has just been teceive-dind ,fr sale bw
Dec 26 J. C. ALLEN,,W'_gei
Lim e .... ',' '.
Ki CASKS best '1'horqastovi, fr @4P- by,
UU D. B. WOOD:&i MQ.
Dec 12 C1pl vMbu0 Jw -


Salt.
1g OOO SACKS Liverpool, cargo of Bri-
000 f tish ship Jessie, for sale by
Jan 23 J DAY & CO..'


UGAR PANS at Manufacturer's prices, by
S B. ELLISON & CO.
Jan 23 24 Water street.


Ladies' fine Kid and Walking
Shoes.
125 0 PRS. Ladies' fine Kid Slippers;,
125 150 prs. 4 Walking 'Shoes;,
100 colored and black Slippers.
For sale very low, by,
Jan 9 F. KOPMAN,


Salt.
"g ^\00 SACKS, cargo of British 'bark
0 0.0L^V V CoVenanter, for sale afloat, by
Jan 23 J DAY & CO.
For Sale,
5f' BBLS. Whiskey; 50 do. Molasses;
0U 50 Flour; 25 bags Rio Coffee, now
landing from schr. Elizabeth, and for sale, low
for cash, by .'
Jan 23 NOURSE, STONE & CO. -
Dry Goods.
'RILLINGS, Tickings, Cotton Osnaburgs,
Linseys, Kerseys, Jeans, Flannels, Blan-
kets,' Tweeds, Shirtings), Sheetings, Checks,
Ginghams, Calicoes, Delanes, Hosiery, &c. &c.
For alj .bY R. ELLISON & CO.
tJan,23, 23 Wte; strlet.


Lehigh Coal.
a30 TONS, for sale byEN
0Vjan23 ROBERTS, A.LLEN & CO.,


SUGAR Kettles, Mills and Cauldrons, a large
assortment, most approved patterns, for sale by
Jan 23 ROBERTS, ALLEN & CO.


Fine Fur and Silk Hats.
1 2 CASES superior Fur and Silk Hats, which
/.w are offered very low, by
Jan 2 F. KOPMA.


Platform Scales.
2 1200 lbs. Platform Scales;
2 1600 lbs. do.
2 1600 lb. Beams, complete for cotton weigh-
ing- For sale by.
Jan 23 ROBERTS, ALLEN & CO.


P"EASE'S Clarified Essence of -Hoarbound
Candy-a fresh supply just -received and for
sale by H. F. ABELLe
Nov 21- Druggist.


Oju clotns a p a
8PCS Oil Cloth, i aad 2:yaxds wJida.
3 pua sqper lngrain.CArVpetiAg ,,
3, Cotton '
21 Stair '1 ...
.For, sale ey. WMl. G P ._TER'&,CO)
-Dec,5; 41; g


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Lamp Oi1.
W" INTER STRAINED, a very suxp)eri title, just rcqee,. and for.soleby -b
Noy. 8 '...-. + P .... A Fw," .


Cider.
00 BBLS, Sweet Cider, landing from brig
20,J R. CG Fisher. For sale by,.
i~ ~~~N 5aT HUS,(STNE 40C.


23 Wote; stet, Jg an


For Liverp4il : *" ,
.^-^ THE aperior bark .MER'-*fV, ".
/aii 'take the bulk of 800 W e cotlw0tor tbI
_*TIabove named port. For freight _pply l46
Jan 9 J..bAyA ..


For New Yo k, w iti bd te d.
21&. THE, new bri E'L. ^WSL'TO.,
^^Rowe, master. IorfreT.of'ale
n aCotton,* or p a apPly to, .
jah 23 40- WOtW reel.


For Bent,
.SG THE Property on Centre st. known as
|;;; the City Hotel. Apply to
_iL ;[novqil. D. B'. WOOD & CO.


Stores for Rent.
M STORE No. 6, in Columbus Block,
l; lately occupied by Sims & Cheever, and
StorerNo. 2, Block C on Water st. _Ap-
ply to 1NOURSE, STONE & CO.
Dec 25 46 Water street.


Dwelling for Bent.
a. THE smalLDwelling House lately oc-
cupied by MrAWT A McKenzie. luquire
of NOURSE, STONE & CO.
Dec 26 46 Water street.


For Sale,
Ad:!6 THE House on the cornet of Chestnut
and Live Oak streets, known as the
"Goldstein House." Apply to
Jan 2 GREEN & CONNERY.


For Boston, wilth d spa1h.
.f-is. THE superior fast sailing ship WJ/-
tVEBRL, Smith, master, wIf sail as
Ak above. For passage, apply to _
Jan 23 D B WOOD1 -CO.


For Bent,
TWO" Front Offices, No. 36 Water st.
Apply to
Jan. 9 GREEN & CONNERY
Ornamental Trees,, Shrubs, &e.
STHE undersigned has just received
from the Nursery of Winters & Co.,
L. I., a choice lot of Fruit and Orna-
mental Trees, Shrubs and Plants,
among which will be found Carnations, Tulips,
Honey Suckles, Roses, Altheas, Dahlia's, Hya-
cynths, Paeonies, Figs, Vines, &c &c. All ,of
which are to be sold at invoice prices.
H. F. ABELL,-
Jan-16 Corner Chestnut and Water sts.


For Boston. -
*C THBE fine bark JOZN':]BRO WER,
^^g^Hubbs, master, will sail on the 12,th
Aksinst. For freight on deck, apply to
Jan 2 D B .WOOQD&4COtL


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l L]L .ISa'ah Sheaff, for saleb : *
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fg~* N. MCL"ao, Made~r, wfl laws
Jgffltt. patfthHeela every nir-
Saturdayj -it 10 P. W.. Leu -
Chattahoochee every Monday w f atVA
12 M. She will also make weey t ito
bridge and Port Jackson. Leale bi ey-
Wed!;= ay mght. Lei ae Pet fsftMV itn.
Sunday night. r *
Every attention wilf Wr paid to Jth e'y
comfort or PasMsngers; d ( t;C* aNotf r ^-
.business confided to tb* Captin or Cit e of Il
Boat. e,"%49W- "
or Liver+oo .. -,. .,
^f^ THE superior coppt-nwfA.lM-lqpB.
_AA fastened srsip -HA/RiI jB -A r-

WELL, Oanish, master-y hah.a l how.
cargo on board and engaged, wiHI k" a totduie
despatch, For passage onlv. appixtn Cap-
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Apalachieola Exchange.
, THE subscriber informs his friends
and the public in general, that he has be-
come the Proprietor of this above ell
own house, and will be pleased to entertain
y of the travelling community that may favor
m with their custom, and will also accommo-
e resident boarders. The bar will always be
Replied with genuine liquors of the choicet
ality. I"JOHN PATRIDGE,
Apalachicola, Nov. 14, 1846.


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Marshall House.
HAVING taken the above estab-
S 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 with the hope, that those who call may
be induced to continue their patronage., The
Stages all stop with me, and in the absence of
either of them, passengers who stop here will
meet with no detention, as private conveyance
can be had by application to me. The Eastern
Stage arrives on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri-
days, at 7 o'clock, A. M., and departs on Mon-
days, Wednesdays and Fridays,,at 8 o'clock, P.
M; The Northern Stage departs immediately af-
ter the arrival of the Eastern, and 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, Wednesdays and
Saturday, at 8 o'clock, A. M. By this line,
passengers will take the Mail Boat at Chattahoo-
chie foi Apalachieola on Mondays and Thursdays.
A. G. MARSHALL, Proprietor.
Quinc'y, October 27, 1846. nov14 43-tf


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,/4[ y9 n t. gi s o N eiw-:Y brk recently
gave.aN^leEt'Ti,db4 uiilionroeHENR
GB*T. ..A W Hetf guest' present, were
M~ajor.GGeneral aines, and the -Hon. Mil-
lirdFillmore. Gen. Gainesdisclaimed he-
ing"'abiy party man. but spoke of Henry
Ct, *John1"C. Calhoun, and Peter B.-Por-
0 0i'New York, as the pillars of the'*ar
ni 1812. Nu war, he said. could be carried
0it., hy a party, and it w;as his wish to see the
chivalry of all parties united. General Tay-
tor he knew well, -and ho, had accomplished:
wonders, in the lace of the ahnost insupera-
ble difficulties. Hd never had had under
him,'at any one time, men enough to
maintain eflectunllylsuch'a war as he was
carrying-on, and the consequence had been,
thalhi~forces were in peirpetual' jeopardy,
Tronvhelich heir extraordinary valor alone
had rescued them. '

'The total lenth of railway now actually
--onstructed and-in operation in the United
"Stalts, amounts to a little over 5000 miles
` of'which 500 consist in short lines connec-
ted with coal companies and -private es-
tablishments, leaving :4500 miles of swift
+ steam cotiveyance In the construction of
rail roads, -and the electric telegraph, the
United Stotes arefar advance of Europe in
4prqlportion to IOlulation. .
'" .. :, r
--TrE:,BLUEBELLES OF AMEitcA.-There
"ake several newspapers and periodicals -in
--S country under the editorial, charge Wol
.OJfiel.-nd since the explosive -nature, bf
**, -'i i-as% boehn remnolistr.aledt,, it may be
.^,aidl thjat every Lily controls a lMaga-
- zi ft.-.1[tidy.


JANUARY.] [I47.
Kept in Apalachicola, Florild.--nV BnOwNE.
A, -- Lat 29' 42', Long. 841 50 1W.
v"A^E,-.ely0tion above the Sea, mean, 6 feet.

h.l. e Day. |+ .\ \\_l W ind. II
-15 Frid,,v' 5-!% 5 )624-S2 .s V. 6 W .
14; Satu'rhity. 7V) 74 ,>; \V. \V W .
17 Sund y. 056 31 NE. NE. NE. .50
-18"3 .onday.' 611 7.) j4 --L. S E. W .25
19 TO esda\v. 71 741`-> ', "- \ W S. .03
"20 .%redot--djy. .,'. 72 6i6 S W W .
21 Thu-.-tiv 52149 42iiNW. N\V. NW.
: .. K c :M.\rK-.--l.')ih c-ir, CiinlllU 't Cuirlll~l, cuimulo.
"SirT.li -" Illil i e im ul-ils, cle ir, lrdfii; 1701 coni j-
I i-"' "ll i ?,ril -. U ln i -, _,)iu. atioi K '-1 ; l.4il 1 rdjuS
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S VO, M M-ERCI AL.

'CoTrON -\Ve have no rnateiial change to no-
"ttfei-in=urmarket since Tuesday. Yesterday let
tere'- were-received from Columbus; advising o
ourday's later accounts -from Liverpool, by a
'- Ship arrived at Savannah., Report says that the
Liverpool market was Id. higher and prices still
"lendmng upwards These accounts are not consid
'.eped sufficiently telable to base operations upon
.'.atlhhongh. factors are d&n.ihiling advanced rates
; which buyers are unwilling to concede, preferring
Nwwd it'dlie 4th A6 '-'due.. We nidke no change in our quotations, til
,] principal sdleasinee Tuesday being at quotations
(.,.. LIVERPOOl. C1-IASFTCA"rIo0N.
'-'- : ;'"- 1847. 1 16.


For New rorL "
STHE regular i.acket bark AqGD.f-
L ./!, Dodge, Masti r. F or Ireig h! or pas-
g^--age, apply to .
DODGE & PRAlTT;
Jan 22 40 Water r teel..


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Bagging and Rope.
\f"n PCS Kentucky Bagging;
1L0 100. coils Rope; .... .
4 bales Bagging-Twine, for sale by.
WM. G PORTER & CO.
Dec 5 41 Water street.


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(Late T. Ca ). ..
BOOT AND;SHOE-MAKER!
CONTINUES to carri on f ,iousi-.,.
I[] ness in Apalachicola, two do. be-
-kWoo low the City Hotel on* Ce0eM kitreet.
( Having superior workmen, bf is-.
confident that All who m'ay palronize him9 wil find.
that they have called at' the right sop. liPench
Calf Skin, Morocco, andPaient Leallter Boots.
or Shoes made to oyder, of the-1test *mdl4 iot ap_.
proved-style. He will also keep- ea..Aahd a large,:
and selected.assotmonni of Zeady-.. lM4de 'Boots,_.
Shoes and Bsogpns. All iben~ngj. -&c., done-..
with neaine-s and& poomppil-t-d and, oti terms.,
that cannot fail to be ieeognlse,-as in keeping..
with the competition in tradt and the eloai-neas,
.of the times;..--= ",-^ '* -. .
' Apalachicola, October31. -4i2-6m' '
QUININENE, CALOMEL and.CAMPHOR, just,;
, received and forsale by ..
Nov .21 H. F.A AB lbf9LTDructizt.


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- IOFIFAr.^& F-E PlLLS;AliD'.PmtftWX.
1 BlTT, ust receive and for. sale by

Nov 21 ->- J.C. ALLEN:
WrTSTAR'S'.iand Swayne's Balsam ol Wildi
.C herry,'just meceived-and tbr sale- by
Nov6 2..., J.iC4A..-EN,


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0O. 7 Columbus. Block, is v .ptpanedl tbf
. receive CoGon. taoF Stofag.M f t. i ra tm,
and will be ready ro cempkt v ti, .Ttmoo.
dav next. J.' S. -HJUT-CfNS0?I ;" O es
ApalachTcola, Dec. 1V, ml .' "47-Af-


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BENJAMIN ELLISON. WILLIAM A. WOOD.
B.-Ellison & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND DEALERS IN
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE,
TIN WARE, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
CAPS, CROCKERYSHIP
CHANDLERY, &c.
24 Water street.
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DENTISTRY.
D"tR. S. PARSONS respectfully announces to
he citizens of Apalachicolai that he is pre.
pared to perform ini the best possible manner,
all the various operations pertaining to his pro-
fession. Artificial Teeth of every description,
Artificial Palates, Obturators, &c., &c., inserted
on Ihe most scientific principles and warranted to
please,
Persons wish ing to avail themselves of his ser-
vices will find him at Mrs. Wood's boarding house,
between the hours of 10 A. M. and 5 P. M.'
Ladies attended at their residence when re-
quested.
Apalachicola, Jan. 23, 1847. 2-3t


RECEIPTS FROM THE INTERIOR. | ARTICLES. D.
Per steamer Augusta-96 bales cotton to T H BAGGING, Kentucky,......... yd
Austin & Co; 8 to Win G Porter & Co; 13 to A Dundee, ..........yd
N McKhy; 8 do, 19 boxes tobacco and 1 lot hides Peanut ............ yd
to Thus Preston; 12 bales cotton and 12 boxes to- BALE ROPE, Kentucky,..... lb
bacco to hock hart & Young; 6 do to Barnard Ellis; Northern...... lb
3 to JCarnoghan; 21 bales cotton to order. r ,. .. KT Manlla, ........Ib
Per steamer Peytona-617 bales cotton to BREA, BREAD, Navy,...'..........cwt
Dawson & Go; 264 to A N McKay; 100 to D B I Pilot,.............. cwl
Wood & Go; 93 to Ls Fred E Dugas; 25 to Wm G COFFEE, Riod,................ [b
Porter & Cc; 24-to Nourse, Stone &G Co; 13 to Havana,......... .... lb
Harper & Holmes; 37 to Sims & Cheever. Java. ................. lb
Per steamer Columbus-206 bales cotton to J 3 CANDLES, Sperm, ............ lb
Cohen; 166 to Chas Rogers & Co; 155 to Howard 'CORDAGE, Manilla.,........... lb
& RuftheHford; 140to- Maclay & Kimbrough; 100 Hemp ............. lb
to Harper & Holmes; 75 to Hill, Dawson & Co; Tarred ........... lb
26 to Wylie+& McKenzie. CIDER, Northern ............. bbl
Per steamer Viola-300 bales cotton to D B DOMESTIC GOODS-
Wood & Co; 150 to J J Cohen; 119 to Hill, Daw- Brown Shirtings,....yd
son & Co; 101 to I D Bugbee; 100 to Harper & Cc"Sheetings,.... yd
Holmes; 93 to Lockhart &5 Young; 59 to Charles Tickings,............yd,
Rogers & Co. Cottonades,......... yd
I Per steamer Albany-257 bales cotton to Lock- Calico Prints,....... yd
hart 5z Young; 200 to D B Wood & Co; 132 to A Kentucky Jeans,.... yd
N McKay; 129 to Ghas Rogers & Go; 99 to John J DUCK, Russia,................ yd
Cohen; 28 to Wm G Porter & Co; 19 to Wylie &; DYES, Logw'd, Campeachy,. .ton
McKenzie. t. Domingo,.tou
Per steamer Lotus-300 bales cotton to D B Fustic,................ ,-ton
Wood& Co; 151 to John J Cohen; 126 to Harper Indi go*........... lb
& Holmes; 91 to I D Bugbee; 79 Maclay ,V Ktm- FLOUR, Nortern,...........bbl
brough; 62 to Nourse, Stone & Co; 28 to Lockhart Western,............Ibbl 5
& Young; 18 to Wm G Porter& Co, 14 to Dodge FISH, Cod,. ................. box '
&;Pratt; 5 to order. Mackerel, No. 1,....... bbl
Per steamer Apalachicola-400 bales cotton'to No. 2,.......bbl 6
D B Wood & 'o; 2014 Chas Rogers & Co; 73 to No. 3, ....... bl
Sims & Cheever; 48 to Harper & Holmes; 39 to HERRING,.................. box
I D Bugbee. FRUIT, Almonds,.............lb
Pei steamer-M A Moore-866 bales cotton to A N Raisins,............. box 2
McKay; 142 do and 20 sacks corn to Lockhart & Prunes,............... lb
Young; 41 bales cotton to Dodge & Pratt; 1 to Currants,............. lb
Harper & Holmes. Figs,....'.......... drum
Per steamer Boston-289 bales cotton to J J Lemons, ............ box
Cohen: 200 to D B Wood & Co; 117 to C Rogers FURS, Otter, ...................
& Co;385 to Harper & Holmes; 52 to Lockhart & FEATHERS,_................... b
Y oung;"I8 to" Howard & Rutherford. .-GRAIN, Oats,.............. bush
Persteamer Charleston-412 bales cotton to Ma; Corn,.............. bush
clay & Kimbropgh; 249 to Hill, Dawson &C Go; GLASS,. ..................... box
67 to Howard & Rutherford; 42 to Harper & HAYDE..... ............. *.....cwt
Holmes; 36 to J J Cohen. HIDES, Green ............... b
Per steamer Emily-253 bales cotton to Lock- Dry, country,...... .... lb
hart & Young; 201 to A N McKay; 200 to D B IRON, English,................. lb
Wood & Co; 104 to Wylie & McKenzie; 102 to J Swedes,................ lb
J Cohen; 99 to Charles Rogers & Co; 94 to Hill, Hoop,................... lb
Dawsoi S Co; ,102 to I D Bug-bee; 38 to Dodge & Sheet,.......... ........ lb
Pratt; 7 to WnC G Porter & Co. Nail Rods,- ..............
Per steamer Albany--138 bales cotton to Ls Casting. American, l ....Ib
Fred E Dugas; 15 to A N McKay; 8 to Wylie & LUMBER- "
McKenzie. +. Boards, White Pine,...... M
Persteamer Peytona--381 bales cotton to A N Yellow ......1M
McKay; 202 to Maclay &Kimbrough; 164 to Lock- Staves .. ................ M
hart .V Young; 103 to Harper & Holmes 45 to White Oak Heads, .......M '
SWm G 'Porter & Co; 55 to Wylie & McKenzie;- 9 "6 Heading...... M
5 19 to Sims & Cheever; 18 to Hill, Dawson & Co; LEAD,-Bar, ................... lb
3 16 to J Day & Co. 3 Sheet, .................. lb
Per steamer Augusta-101 bales cotton to Lock- LIE ........................ bbl
hart & Young; 15 to Howaid & Ruthertord; 16 MOLASSES, N.O....... .. .gal
to A N McKay; 63 to order; 19 do and 4 boxes NAVAL STORES, Pitch,....bbl
1 tobacco to Thos Preston; 3 do to B S HIawley. Oakum. bale
Per barge HawKeye, fim Marianna-108 bales Rosin,...bbl
1 cotton to J Day & Go; 20 to Wm G Parter & Co. T.egar,.... bbl
Per box, f'm Albany-163 bales cotton to Sims NAILS, ..................... keg
& Cheever; 30 to Wylie & McKeuzie; 11 to J H OILS, Linseed ................ gal
J 5' ~ l.Olive, ................ bottle
Sperm .................. gal
-- Lard,...................gal
EXPO ri-TS, Tanners'.................gal
PROVIDENCE-Per bark Avola-705 bales Castor,. ................gal
cotton. PROVISIONS, Pork, Mess,...bbl
BO.6TON-Per bark Caspian-927 bales cotton. 4 M.O....bbl
, Prime,..bbl
a MARIP'I T L I E C Bacon Hams,, avssd ..... -... ..Ibb
e IN INTELLIGENCE. Sides ............ lb
it' Shoulders,........ lb
t, PORT OF APALACHICOLA.-..... January 23. LARD, ....................lIb
B BUTTER, ...b.............. Ib
'ARRIVED. CHEESE,.. ................. lb
Jan 18-Ship Jessie, Oliver, fin Liverpool, to J PEANUTS,. ................. bush
g" Day y Jan 20-Bark Covenanter, Patterson, fm Liver- 1SGE Cassia,. .................lb
e pool, to J Day &.Co. .C-S, Cassia II
BrigR C Fisher, Conklin, fm New York, to G er, Tootle ........... ll-
. Dodge gr Pralt. around, ......Ib
Steamer Augusta, McLean, fm Chattahooehee. Nutmegrs ....... ..lIb
S te a mn f rr B o s t o n M o r to n fi n C o lu m b u s P e np e r . . .Ib
Steamet Emily, fHall, fm Columbus. SUGAR N Orleans" ........... Ib
Steamer Charleston, Freeman, fm Columbus. S. Croi. ..... ""
Steamer Apalachicola, Wheaton, fin Columbus. Loaf ..................
Steamer Mary A Moore, Moore, fm Cloumbus. i" .,
Steam er Colum bus, Stapler, fm Colum bus. C'oarser b ush
S team er V iola, V an V eghten. fm C olum bus. ST E LF Ca.s t .' "*................ t,
Steamer Peytona, Greer, fm Columbus. Ger man,............. ; ;cwt
i Steamer Albany, Griffin, f'm C'olumbus. SOAP ......................... lb
' Steamer Lotus,. Allen, fai Columbus. SPIIUT,'S Brandy."Conac,,"...."gal
ie ---Gin, Holland, ......glal
W CLEARED. American,.....-gal
g Jan 18-Bart Caspian, Bliven, for Boston, by D_ Rum, N. E ......... gal
B Wood & Co. Whiskey, Rect ....gal
Jan 19-Bark Avola, Davis, for Providence, by -Alcohol,......:. ....gal
C Rooers & Co. and Wood & Ballou. SKINS, Bear,....................
Deer, .............. .....
SLIST OF VESSELS IN PORT. SHOT, all sizes,. lb
SHPS TOBACCO,..................... lb
~TEA, Young Hyson,. .... ......1Ib
Jessie, Oliver, 679 tonsfm Liverpool, waiting- Souchon, ...... .
J Day & Co. TIN .............. .. '.......
Waverly, Smith, 539.tons, for Boston, loading- TWINE, Baling,. ....... .... ...Ib
DB Wood& Co. Seine, ............b
Canton, Packard, 415 tons, for Boston, loading- WINES, Maderiae............ gal
D .B W.ood&C o Champagne.'........ doz


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PRINTS ONLY.
SPRING STYLES, 1847.
LEE & BREWSTER,
44 CEDAR STREET, N. YORK,
Beg leave to inform Dealers in Dry Goods, that
they have received, and are now exhibiting, at
the Warehouse exclusively for Printed Calicoes,
300 CASES
Comprising all the
New Spring Styles,
Of British, French and American Manufacture;
which, in addition to their usual stock, renders
their assortment one of the most beautiful and
attractive in the city; and having just been pur-
chased for
CASH AND SHORT CREDIT,
Are offered by the piece or package on the same
terms, at and below manufacturer's prices.
Catalogues of prices (corrected daily,) are
placed in the hands of buyers.
Purchasers will inform themselves of the state
of the market, and be well repaid for an ekamina
tion, even if they do not purchase. ." .
L. & B. have peculiar advantages for executing
orders for Prints, which are respectfully solcited.
LEE & BREWSTER,
January 9, 1847. 44 Cedar Street.


100 a
675 a 700
573 a 600
250 a 450
a 12 00
600 a 700 t
500 a 600 .
100 a.
275 a 300
20 a 25
16 a IS8
700 a

75 a
624 a 65
250 a 300
100 a 125
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6 a
44 a 5
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1200 a
5 a 6
10 a 12
115 a
30 a 33
200 a 250
400 a 500
150 a 200
225 a 300
450 a 500
90 a 125
1.25 a 150
112 a 150
80 a 90
1 175 a 200
11250 a 13 50
11150 a 12 00
11100 a 1150
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9 a 12j
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b 51 a 6
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b 14 a 16
b 8 a
b 10 a 11
b 13 a 15
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h 624 a 75
t 1800 a 25 00
t 12 00 a 15 00
b 5 a 7
1 250 a 350
i 150 a 175
1 40 a 42
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1 22 a 24
1 624 a 75
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b 5 a 64
b 121 a 75
b 45 a 100
b 40 a 50
b 18 a 20
b 40 a 50
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For Lisfr.poojf-.+,, .,,.+:
.-^ THE suifrr- Copper:d am coppw
afsened bark AL- AMA, J& .Ss B ,iter~has m ore than bair f r' trioffu
on board. .or freight 'of maind-r apply tip.
CHASE. ROGER, & Co.,


Dec. 26, 1846.


For New York, with despatch.
^. THE regular packet brig BA*CCd
ygaC' FISHER, Conklin, ma -*r. FIr
*Si^ it'reight or passage, apply to ..
DOIanG& PatRA
Jan 23 44) Watwr treel&


In Jackson Circuit Court.
SPRING TERM, 1847,
Etheldred Philips,)
vs. Attachment for $120 00.
Richard Tripp. )
THE defendant and all others interested, will
.Ltake notice of the institution of this suit by
Attachment, returnable to the next term of the
Circuit Court for Jackson county, and appear
and plead to the declaration filed in said cause.
; A. H. BUSH, Plf's Att'y.
Marianna, Jan. 14, 1847. jan23 2-3m


For New York. 7
._- THE splendid fast sailing bri]ig TT-
S BEE, Capt. McCormackv wil have-
& dispatch for the above port.. Forfreight
or passage, apply- t! the master, or to,. ..
NURSE, 'STONE & CO.
Jan 9 46 Wat pajreer.


Sheriff's Sale.
Benj. M. Griffin,)
Vs. S Fi. fa. Franklin Circuit Court.
Jas. Y. Smith.
NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue of the
fi. fa. founded upon a Judgment of Foreclo-
sure, I will expose for sale at public outcry in
the city of Apalachicola, on the first Monday in
March, next, all the right, title and interest of the
defendant in and to a certain steam boat called
the "Albany," her tackle, apparel and furni-
ture. JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff,
By BENJ. LUCAS, Deputy.
Apalachicola, Jan. 23, 1846. 2-5t


For Sale.
= THE House situated on Commerce,
between Forbes' street and the Fiorida
1 Promonade, 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 ij well calculated for a small family.
Attached to the premises is a good stable. For
terms, apply to
Janl 2 50-1m M. CARRIGAN.


For Boston' .
THE fast sailing- snip TOJV ,
A k Packard, master, will meet wilh des-
.mabwpatch, For Ireight on deck,+oi passage,
apply to [jar,2] "D B WOOD & CO


Notice.
BY-an order of the Hon. Probate of Calhoun
county, Florida, will be sold in the town of
Quincey, Gadsden county, on Monday, the 22nd
of February next, the following negroe, viz:
Tom, Mary, Melissa, Cloah, Miles and Sally,
belonging to the estate uf Jonathan Thomas, de-
ceased, and sold for the purpose of division, of
which the heirs will take due notice. Terms
cash. LUKE LOTT.
Ochese, Jan. 13, 1847. jan23 2-1m


For ProvideneW;-
_ THE brig LA1WBJ wk CQPO.JS-
lS3SSL.r D t Baker, master, wflt. meet with;
despatch. For-deck freight.r passage,,
apply to [janl6] D. B- -W, _k .& CO.


For Baltimore.
't THE good bark SARAH &HEAFF,
;kglkSands, master, her entire cargo, under
ABSSdeck, going on board. Fov.deck freight.
or passage, apply ". : -* "
Jan 23 CHAS. RO -& COP


B. EiHsor & Co., 94 Water street.
SHIP CHANDLERY.
M" ANILLA and Hemp Cordage of all. sizes,
Hambroline, Wormline, Marline, Spun-
yarn, Oakum, Sperm Oil, Fall do, Whale do, Olive
do, Linseed do, Raw do, Boiled do, Sptrits Tur-
pentine, Paints, Window Glass, Putty, White
Lead, Red do, Yellow Ochre, Chrome Green,
Emerald do, Imperial do, Chrome Yellow, Ver-
digris, LithArage, Sulphur, Bright Varnish, Copal
do, Tar, Rosin, Pitch, Turpentine, Coal, Paint
Brushes, Varnish do, Tar do, Scrub do. Clamp do,
Lamp Black, Chalk, Whiting, Russia Duck. Eng-
lish do, Cotton do, Heavy Ravens do, Light do,
White, Blue and Red Bunting, Nails, Copper do,
do Tacks, Ship Spikes, Boat do, Brads, Screws,
Jack Screws, Anchors, Handspikes, Capstain
Bars, Oars, Blocks, Shives, Jib Hanks, Hand
Pumps, Deck Buckets, Cedar do, Deck Brooms,
Corn do, Caulking Mallets, Sarving do, Axes, Axe
Helves, Hooks and Thimbles, Box Hooks, Bale do,
Can do. Cotton do, Boat do, Fish do, Caulking
Irons, Making Irons, Marline Spikes, Ship Scra-
pers, Bung Dippers. Cook's Ladles. Tormentors,
Dividers, Compasses, Sail Needles, Sail Twine,
Seine do, Sewing do, Palms, Rigging Leather,
Pump do, Shovels, Hammers, Hatchets. Chisels,
Atugurs, Planes, Handsaws, Gimblets. Handsaw
Files, Rat Tail do, Iron Squares, Cupboard Locks,
Stock do, Hooks and Staples, Hinges, Padlocks,
Wood Saws, Pendant Haulyards, Hand Lines,
Deep Sea do, Log do, Fish do, Hand Leads, Deep
Sea do, Sheet do, Bar do, Funnels, Lanthorns,
Chalk Lines, Pitch'Pots, Log Books, Cargo do,
Belaying Pins, Tin Ware, Crockery, Carpenter's
Tools,'Sampson Posts, &c., &c.
IApalachicola, Jan. 23, 1847.


3 'Inferior................. ..none.
Ordinary to Good _rdinardy.,8^ a 9
M iddling........ ..... .....9 a 94
, G od-MiJ, iiid ...... ....... 9 a 9a
r Nilddling r..... .... .. .. .9j'a 91
;. Fair....... ....- ........- a 10
'" 0 Good Fair.............. a 104


^-) T g c o ppejed sligJiVt.r r'-
pSOOTT,'Emery, master; wilt ave.
:Bs3immdiate-despatch.- For freight on deckc
or passage, apply to A. -. "
Jan 2 CHASE ROf.ES. & ,CO.


.- F-,-,rs.-Since our. last report an engagement
; has-been made for Liverpool at 11-16d and one
<^ for+.Bahi~more'and Boston each at 7-8c. To New
f< Orledns$2 perb ale isthe rate vessels now loading
.are getting.
'''' *'" I ITTalTA *T/MONS


Refined Nitre and Alum.
1 f\ KEGS each, just received and for sale by
10 nov28 H. F. ABELL


English Cambries.
E"Xpected daily, per bark Magdala, 200 pcs.
fine English Cambrics, or Ca-licos, of supe-
rior styles, which will be offered at the very
low .,t prices, by
Jan 2 F. KOPMAN.


For New Orlemam, "
,.- THE new and splendid biig LOUISAl
gBEJV'TOJV*, Chester, masferwill have-
A& ,nimediate dispatch I p Ine- aboite portU
For freight or passage, apply to -the maleie, or to
Jan 2 NOURSE; STONE & CO.


QUOTATIONS:


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'".To


Liverp, oli...... .. ....... I -16J.
New York... ....................7-8c.
Boslon ......... .. .................7.8e.
Providence........ .... ... -.... 7-8c.
Bdliimorf-.... .... ..... ....... .7-8c
New Orleans....... ......... .-2 per bale.


LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT.
SHIPS.
Jessie, Oliver, 679 tons, fm Liverpool, waiting-
J Day & Co.
Wa-verly, Smith, 539 tons, for Boston, loading-
D B Wood & Co.
Canton', Packard, 415 tons, for Boston, loading-
- D B Wood & Co.
Andrew Scott, Emery, 318 tons, for City Point,
Va, loading-Chas Rogers & Co.
Harriet Rockwell, Garrish, 447 tons, for Liver.
pool, loading-Sims & Cheever.
Constellation, Flirner, 276 tons, for Genoa, load-
ing--Ls Fred E Dugas.
BARQUES.
Magdala, Dodge, 298 tons, for New York, load-
ing-Dodge & Pratt.
Robert Witt,,Johnson, 494 tons, fm Liverpool,
waiting-M-aster. ,
-John Brower, Hubbs. 310 tons, ,for Boston, load-
ing--D B Wood & Co. -
Alabama, Merritt, 347 tons, for -Liverpool, load-
ing-Chas Rogers & Co.
Mersey, Coffin, 372 tons,.for Liverpool, loadiig-
J Day&L Co. _
Sarah Sheaff, Sands, 401 tons, for Baltimore, load-
ing--Chas Rogers & Co.
Covenanter, Patterson, 612 tons, fm IAverpool,
waiting-J Day & Co.
BRIGS.
Lawrence Copeland, Baker, 219 tons, for Provi-
dence, loading-D B Wood & Co.
Tybee, McCormack, 329 tons, for New York, with
despatch-Nourse, Stone & Co.
E L Walton, Rowe, 195 tons, for New-York, load-
ing-Dodge & Pratt.
R C Fisher, Conklin, 122 tons, for New York,
I Iloading-Dodge & Pratt.
Clarion, --- fm Bonaire, discharging-Chas
Rogers)& Co.


N o'IcE--All persons having claims against
Silas M. Mercer, late of Jackson county,
deceased., are requested to present the same du-
ly authenticated, within the time prescribed by
law, or this notice will be plead in bar of their
recovery, and alit persons indebted to said estate,
are requested to make immedtale payment.
JOSHUA MERCER, Adm'r.
Jackson County, Jan. 3, 1846. ianl6 l-2m


+'..Le^- COTTON STATEMENT.
ock on h1ind-Sept. 1,1946.1093
-y<- Burnt since l6l Sept.. 100
: +'"' ,, ....*: -.,.-..-' i-- 983
j ~" -lceived past 3 days ............ 5,392
,. "revibusly ......... 36,743
STotal.........-- 43123
Exiotsed past 3 days&..-..;..... '.--
-, is previously. ...........9,994
STotal:... ...-- 9994
) + + -Onhhnmd and o n (lpbard not cleared.-33129


Last
year.
4



37190

13848
23342


Prints! Prints.!!
T'HE subscriber has just receved, per bark
Magdala, from New York, 200 pieces sope-
rior English Cambric Prints, tor sale at lower
prices than ever before'offered, at wholesale or
retail, by
Jan 16 FRANCIS KOPMAN.


- EXPORTSS Or COTTON FROM, APALACHICOLA
,- -;, Coinellciig- lst September, 1846-aud' same
"' lime in 1845.
n rxtow r r-e- lou -1-.
.' iH 3 daysEously. 1 i "season








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Flavouring: Waters.
N assortment just.received, and for sale hv
Nov,29 / J. C. ALLENDr(iig]st.


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For,-'Sabe8, -
3 CASKS Supericr Bacon Sides%;
0.V 4 .. c. c, Shoulders'
50 bbls Whiskey; 100 do. Flour;
-; : ... NOURSE, STONE & CO. -
D- Dec- 26 .46 Water street.


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thaf m'ay be pre?,ri? I bv M I,,', fo "theI
quiet'la i 3:ir>?tv" of s1,d cirN.
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.: ' i E) N, ;Z Q Mayor.
W V .A H;^A" U, ('l..,'; ; '* ,.. .
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tLlple.';i.x C(* ^rc) _,,' Sale.

N b.TFX'Ei-3 |T-;,'given, thit six montha-
I ?r >i Ite. [ wirl r,*pQs. t0.s-ILe at public out-
cr ', o,0);)-,iiet1? ['1e C ,u-l;-II ,.i .I d )ri qn the. e.i- y of
Ap-o a.l,j .: ,lai, ti l,,ll.:,winog property, to,gt.:-
L I.m; N..,.. l' 1-, -bloc ;E l, ina 1t-'Cit bOl
April i'wli,.ol i, rl),. -. ly .belonging Lo Calhoun &
Ld-t'-N..,. l..--bl,,, .1,-in the city of Apalachicola,
pI;^..?,;jl i li.h .iu ,, _, F, .\ A ,rris. .. .
1. -t; N,,s. ;- "t l ,, block C2 in hi e 'city of
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B.'" B Y, virtl; ol' the p) .-. -I- I .,: I r".'.
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c. -on l' lNV,"nr -1 In- in"i' ] 'I 'T ? ,. 1.vil pay t he
ata le i i .:',i It t l '\ _i l i,? t i ; ,h ',.r ul .'- vdir
L il 1: I' '.t --I
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4,, .. .....5.r 1 I 1. l_ J, I f.7, S,-, Block ....
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S 'Lol-s. t., *, J. ,>3, 7., 1 l.,-,n ;Block 21.,
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f: .-'' I.,.its .". 1; ,,, ,,, 7 I.,11 .Bl ..vk 4^ .- +-.,-.L
Lots 3, 1.f ', r, i,-', rl' wk J43.- .... ;.
"1.I6ots -'l I i ii.,-3. N ,k .- I.. 1 -"k 4 '-
Jols I, 2, 3, 11. ;., -., '. I0, In B; l .' 33. "
I .ts Ln r^ l.,);in'Bl.,:k ";!. +-+ .
[,,its 6, It, o, i n. in HI.,,* I 3S. --.-. "
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....'. ..... JJ,1N LUCAS. ';z .
....... 'and ex-O .fi :i.i T a ', ., .l_. .r "" ,i,';,, ('..
S, A p i' hi,-,_l'), N ov. 1. 1 \. I J I.:. I ,..
Tob.ir C C.
1.' HALF, b i M mii..I i., r :--1" W L Roate"
,, I .lDrand. J'.-
27 Brand.and
'44 li., 'b.oxes M iiu 'l,,-lred *:W P .. ..rAnd."
,39 ,< i-I,. ",
4.li "2 .1 b b~xes .. ..* J \\V';'l...,-'vi" ", .
1-9 lb Liim ;p .' ..
5 boxes Mariu'eture-d .1 \W .f:,f-:\, i 'Brand
'..Premlum. / .
5 bwoxg .., '" '" > )" '"Napo.-
leou's" Brand M ,..,,n.liLi." ;;
5 bix.,?s .M aiiiil'.ctur,:'d .'" L''.^.lO:-
i..leor,'s "' Brand ""Str.),\ [:,.:.r ,.",.
5.0,-2.) Ib. ba-xes MjIa u)'.ictired ;, ' ."Napo-
leon's"' Brand "*M ] ,,li.,i." -..,; ..
9 boxe M iiu'.ciu,'e,_ M ,,11.11.I "' 1-obies Dew
--- IO (.'rate-i C-ro,'ke,'y, ] 'l,)'.O Fr,:,ri'li Sugars.
'- :; 3iJ doz Nesro C'aps;; g.)id *.z [-loes;.,v",i-'..rt,.,l."
Ingair,ii Carpjetin_',. ;-'.,tt,,r.'.Cards,. Tr.r.',:- *-',, ,irs."
:.For sale low to cl,"n.e i?.!-,,,,_ nents, by. :"
.Lg IOCrr'I'I, Y,:OUNG,;
.* .- "N v., 1..1 .".) W l,:l.r .l',;.. .
Blank JBooke iiaii S._l:lioat'r}'.
T .^EB&E-R, J'ournats,- Day. Books, &e.
J:J ii-5l reams F,:,,l+al, jn.t Le'ter I'ai,.r!; "
+Cotloni iM~n'.rani~hivn B' ,.-'.:-: ; :' "
Ship aj ,.I Rlv. Bn ll- L d.hn_.; .- ,
o,),,.)k. l,_,r L,?I.:-J' ['r', --.,
^,v,." -' Bianik Bill; n,: E ,,' ,,.- ,' :: .. *.J C he,:k, L
Just ee,_' ii L'ed ani. l''r sd,:.- b',


March-1 [H F _\iF.;...
P :DA I N rS AN O\ 1. --.0 'kegs No I Whhite
Lead; f :] ,; ,lls II ,-; r L-imp) O'il; .I -i) .a ,I1s
l~iu'-eed'Oil ; -'3'ybr :,,-.-,rt,:,J Glass ;.-500 [bs i'ut-
'tv; 10) a13,orted P.aint Bru-h6s; ; Blak- Lead-,
A(,.; Spanish Birown, Y,?,.,. O.chre, Gi e..,, Paint,just
rec'lved .-,nd fr sale lhv ;
..*^*.^l:a-ch.+l i..: *' "'.H. F.: ABELL[.
IPaintr, OiBh;. &{-., &ce.
.. r- ST ti._ et,'ed .|ier bri_. A l:,i n,. i, li.,.-n .' cw
*"- :.V. 3 rk : : ,' .
S .'I kesground \ lihIr.-, L,-id No. 1;
ct t- 54; 1(I, do ih. Exria:
2.5') b-)xe (i: G lais a .,s-iti ,.l .,:-7 :
-* 51 \'.er.dI ''Ii ,r,_n, nd In .I, ;
":40 Pari-k..Green do; -
W1) dozv. n3,sorted Ra)j t BP'sl,,s
... W ith eve 'v,'t"'i"r nrd,-l. u-, Il e I I;'.... ,,l 111
theIn pointing'biiiirs F l.r sIl,- b "
.... """* J. C LLEN, D ,,-;-i sr. "
,. '-" ---Apalachiiol- Se. t "p.'-
Dri''^^ ''0''1'"OmI. o C, 3,,ires ,I, l:' ", 1ust -re--
,,, ce.i ed p'e r br'g \AlIIb.,iin.a nd 1,.r sil,_ by\'
'- epft "t- ? ,1. C. -ILLEN. "
S .-"..i-ade.) .Seedts, Growlh af I1<.
:.....A N~as-oroment l'Gard' Seeds, ,j.i-l iccvied
and lor ?ale byv
.-.-ZDec 2 --". F F..-ABELL.
: ..- .. _O* o i~o6tsinsHl~enlt ...
.'O BOXES 'Trov; Soap; =
OkU' "2i L~or, d,,' CIlu. Cham~mipnne ;
.25) bW xes Flrarid LeA l.T,_,j..-I,:!?,);
-, Fpr-3albv 'B. S. HAWLEY.
;_ '. D ec+.)'.-' ""..' "-2 fer .-h'pet. .
I NSEED OIL, b,,ilid aiid rjaw, f'rs.,le hy
Si [.'] P1 AF.B4LL.


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stcf, Mfe ,o8tr5 h^ n^.tll,:)M,L>
f~tI ^lbehl pufatragpj;i-ted rpt -~y
Ia that'e isn no*.i iitf4&a j
S' "2-aUPpOy. wt^ e^ang
'stock, -tpyde b.9 -a7r"W~fW
and- eomplefl.. En rll, Nf C., American Drug sL, 0Vie;;" s,'; FY IJ
and,+Drwogists G las s ar^e'ai.,' 4.fc.. tfrN_
tpoPhysician', C Un inb t**h~oI^
the most Unber i s- ^M^,ns
pure'aildittnrdtffterat -... "' :" ..:' _*,?!.,, Aw
*. ", *i.,.Hm. Aig ri,.>ft.*
p< nlW01 lesakeflti.dlidtB,,
ApabwchicalaNa 21./8 rf w


/ .Statlp Tax CAleror's Sale. .
,^-u.h *,," ,.r,,i:- p,,-.w6r. vested in me by law, I
'.'-^i'l.*, ** -iale',b'ator( thn oUltj ua f
d )r nr'th-e cout'iy 0f' Oalhoail, on the first Mon-
.1,'I', r. jol) I r-' t, the,-f1 lbowing'pri.,pent -sita!ted
"n t"; ? I Ictv ,-1, Si Joiffeph, or-so much thereof, as
wvill P:, "fti..SS.jte arid Courtty Tax-otnt.he same
Il i']Lhe veir" 1 1*'' : : .- *"" L
,14 U -t-1it^uimproved'valu.?d at $50, purporting:
to belong to R C Alfen'8 estate.
lA Lot u dinpr.-je, -valh.ed .at, $50, purporting
to belong to Robert. Armstrod'g. "
i Lot-'iinirm ved, v~aledddat $.50, purpojrting
,to bielong.to.F 'G A rolt'. -" .:" -.--
3 Lots'imp)roved, v lUd'4zat $530, purpor-inri -to
.belong to R.Be6,ei.idge's estate. ".. -'
4 .Lots tunimproved,'valued at $50, p-urporting
to belong toA.B BIackw ell's estate.
1.Lot improved,: valul-d, at $200, purporting to
belong tGo.George'Clark.
2 L,,t iiti,'.i.jietvalued at $100, purporting t6
2 b. Wm:-:, t,:, \Vi Croonwell.
1- L., unirmproved, +v$l5ed'at $'0, purporting
.*.to belon to J N C',p:.l.ai,l,
3 t"Lots uni-i -o I-lprovec ;, J.l. $ at.50, purporting
to belong tCo- 'K'Callt.
SiL Lots.uni mpro-d',,'Yalued'a,$-200, purporting
to-belong toWinm'P. Craig. !
3 Lot's 1,1"i, r,n ) A.,]; Valud, at"'$50, purporting
to'b ..L I,- t ) \V C o lq u tt .'
2,-Lots..uniimproved',"vl.,l,, ut $50, purporting.
to b'elorig to Col'quit'& Grant.
.2 Lots unimproved;,.yalued 'at $56, purporting:
to belon' to Wm'3B'Duvall.
3 Lots unimproved, valued at $53, purporting
to belong, to DUW Dubois. .
2 Lots i~~i.;,r,:,'L,t" alued- at $5, purporting
'"-to b Cl.,-,g l) J.)it-, E 'Davis. '- "
2 Lots unimproved', Valaed it '50, purporting
-to*o`bAln`g t6 J;0h' Derrick. '"
2-jLol? ,,mi`in`prved, valhnd atSt03, purporting
to/ -,: !, ,, l t.*> .l:.', ' l i* G i (;. 'r l ,_': .--
8 Lots u,'itnproved,"v-alued at 91.00, purpoftfng-
to o ":,1.- .1 t6 F: t 'Gibson's estate. -
2 L 4s 'f,,i',l., r 1. w valued ai $50", purporting
to- bAlo'g to E G O_r,eqwgrl.
1 Lot i mproved, vi l,.I It :.IJ,_, purporting to
b,.l :; I, t._, Jam.es.Gqslin. ..
.. L')ts u r.rnproved,..v.a.lued atA.,50, purporting
t abelung to r,..;_+.tl". ,,,r ',)l .? "
2 Lots inproved,*valued at $100, purporting to
'b'on: to Edward Hardin's estate. "
2 Lotss unimproved, valued-at $.50, purpoting
to belong- to S K- -odges.
t Lot un itmn roved,. valued -at $50, purporting
to b-.long to William Holland. .
7 Lots uiiip:)roved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong'toA K Hill.
1 Lot unimprovedy valued at $50, purporting td,
belong to B S- HFawley."
I Lot rinmproved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to.I B Inman.
"2 Lots unimproved,, valued at q50, purporting
; to belon-g to G C S Johnson.
7 Lots improved, valued at. $300, purporting to
belong to John Jenldns' estate.
3 Lots-unimproved, valued at $100, purporting
to belong to Seaborn Jones.
1 Lotunimproved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong- to J.:, i. s Bass.
1 Lat'improved, ,valued- ai .50, purporting to
belong to J Kinney's estate. "*.
1 Lot .improved, valued at $2JO, purporting to
:" bel'0hgto J P Lo.key.
.- L.'w, in:,r.,,'..".1.- -valuaed at $50,-purporting to
belong to Doctor Lang. i .>- .. '.-,
S1 Lolt improvedd" valued at $50,-purporting to,
f '. belong to Abraham Low..
5 t o.fs Li ,i *', **v.], valued at -.', purpirltLig
S tb b l..,.;.-' L, L '. .. 1 --,---.. .
.1 Lot inoroved,'.'. ,I IJ at $50, purporting to
.. .. I:.1.,:l to C M cEhran. "
9- Lots''un improved, valued t '$350, purporting
,to belong"to WrhP 'tal'one.
L::l ;i:,i[i.i, l, alu-dat,$50, purporting to'
"':]'". 'L )'-' i',.,,r,:,_ M ore., J-. ,
1. Loti:B);r-po;ei, vat, it T,-,_ i. purporting to
belong to Daniel Munn. ;
-J _[-,;_r,'- ,,,,,,..'..* 1 _-ju d v A at $.50, 'purorting to
1',. L.,'n 1 ,:1 J N 1': r, .-nger..
I -Lot-improved,_valueid at $10), purporting to
belo.ig to; Wm.Patrick.
2J^I~s. (O ",t r r,,. I. 1, valued...at 50, .purportingo
to..belong to George Poe, jr.
-2.Lots u-improved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to Judge Pope..
1 LoL'imnp;qed-,jyaiiuqdaat- ,f5), purporting to
belong toW.mD Pri-co."
2 Lots m.mrwoed,, valued at $100,, purporting to
_:,belong to -Isaac- Robinson. :
2 Lots improved, valued at $50, purporting to
b.-]..._. t,. F A Ross.
3 Lots uniimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong-to A' Ryan.
3 Lots-dniTmproved; valued`at'$50,, purporting
to belong to WrR.Rowlett.
3 Lots unimprove'd, valued at $50, purporting
to-b-[,g.n_7tr 1i egan, Colquit'&: Grant.
1 Lot *i' ,r,.,,.,>,, valued ar _=;Y, purporting to
belong (oRoberson f.e E\ erett. -"
*:2 Lots*unimp~roved,'valued at $.50, purporting
*'-. to belong to Phineas Randall.
1 Lot im proved, valued at $-50, purporting to*
beldn-gtb0"Gewbge St :Clai'r. f .
i Lot i-rn proved, valued at $50, purporting, to
". 'belong-toR RM Ste'c'art's :estate. -''
Lots unimnproved,: valued ait" $100, purporting to
-' belong to Htamilton Smith',
1 Lot unimproved, valued at $.50, purporting
'tob belng'to George Stewart.- "
1 L:.( ,,,)inrui>:-d. valued at $.50, purporting t0
belong to J Sweete. : .
1 Lot unimproved, valued at .f2 ",\, purporting
_t.:.1?: I...,' to W alter Thompson.
8 Lots-improved, 'valued at .200, purporting -to
',belong (o E J .Wood's estate. .,-
.2 Lotts improved, valued at $.200, purporting to-
b,.lf., ._ toHez RWood.
-'-Lots-irn pr6oved', 'waliu~ei at "h09. purporting, to
': belong to Carnot Woodruff: ".: "*
*l: Lot U~nimpro~ved, -1e,! i-it j.A.')ii,; prprortino" to
6elorng (oCh~trles \Vili.:,ni.
2 -Lofs'unimpt-oved, -valued' at $50, purporting
*"to belong to J D" Westcott. .
'8 Lots unimprov-ed, valued. at" $.50, purporting
to-belon. t.., 1' ]) \\V.:,,:,Jr,', i: : "


1. Lot. unimproved, I lue, l :at $50,-purporting to7
- .-- belong to William Wyat. _-'* '
3 Lois ','r,,v.:-d ii',,ntil a .,1 urportino"
.,to b-elong to R \V l-i, -"i?.
Lots imp',.u-d. )\ liled .t p.l,.,,,), purnorting to
J belong to John D Gr).'. '" -
ISAAC. JACKSON, Sher.iff
....... and ex-officio Tax Collector.
DeceiMer 20 lV 49-61m"


Dry Goods.
T HE subscribers offer for sale a large and sea.,
-:'sonable stock of Dry Goods,, consisting in
p a r t o f .,*. '
Negro Kerseys and Linseys,j
White and Red Flannels,
Plain and Fancy Jeans
DoUbl twilled Tweeds, *
Super fancy Casam'eres, -
Super English and French Cloths,
Whitney Blankets, 10, 11 and 12 qrs.
Duffil Blankets, 8, 9 and 10 qrs.
Denims, Kremlins.and Cottonades,
Brown Shirti-ng and Sheeting,
Cotton Osnaburgs,
Cotton 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 Lairie,
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'd Swiss and checked Muslins,
,/ Jaconet and Cambric Muslins,
Needles, Pins, .Tape,. &c. &c.
Which have been selected with great care in
New York arid Boston.-from Importers and Agents
of Manufacturers, at t-he lowest market rates, and
are now offered at wholesale or ;etailon favorable
terms by WM. G. PORTER,'& Co.-
Dec. 5, 1846. 41 Water street.
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 white, pale and brown Soap;
5 hhds N. 0. -Sugar; 5do Muscovadodo;
20 casks Bacon Sides and Shoulders;
5 Hams;
20 barrels Clarified Sugar;
10 boxes Loaf do;
50 Sperm Candles;
20 barrels N E Rum;
10 White's Baltimore Gin;
10 Domestic Brandy;
10 N 0 Molasses3;
50 boxes English Dairy Cheese;
50 pieces Kentucky Bagging ;-
30 coils Rope;
10 .bales Alicant Mats; -
80 bxsand hlf.bxs (new crop) Mal. Raisins;,
10 Lemons;
75 Manufactured Tobacco;
25 cases assorted Pickles';
30 barrels Macker'el, Nos 2 and 3 ;
20-halt bbls do do;
20 boxes assorted Syrups;
20 1 chests and boxes Gunpowder and Hy-
son Teas;
10 4 chests and boxes Powchong Teas;
2 half pipes Old Cognac Brandy;
10 baskets 'Heidsieck" Champagne;
50 kegs Nails, assorted sizes;
25 bbls Pilot and Navy Bread ;
3 tierces new Rice;
20 kegs and quarters new Bnckwheat;
200 bushels Norther Oats.
Apalachicola, Dec. 5, 1S46.


Callioun Ciftit-Court. *"
Jo h n.F .,'0 T hom as ... : ;
vs, *-}Bill for Divorce," ..';..,
Marina. Thomas. 3 :,-. -
T 'rlE complainant, hatsleave to, file supplemne-
tal bilt which was dbn'e.' It appearing-taT
the satisfaction of the-Court, thaf thgdeteranf
resides out of the Western Circuit of Florida: It
is ordered that said defendant be required to ap'-"
pear and answer. the bill of complaint, on .tbe=
first Monday in. March, 1847, and in ,he faul;
thereof, the said Oill shall be.taken pro confesso,
and that this order be published in some news-
paper in this State for' two months before the
day ordered for the said hearing."* *
S' GEO. W. MAC9IEA,
Judge of Southern Circuit" ..
Presiding in the Western Cir.euit.
(A'frue copy-Teste.) --
H. W. RoWLEY,- Clerk C. C; C. C.
Calhoun Cou-nty,"Dec. 21 dec2&0-49-2m


- -1


Calhdun Circuit Court.
IN OPE'N COURT-DEcEMBi3R TkR'3T, 1846.
< In Chancery. .
Elizabeth McBryde, ) ; ;.
vs, Bill for Divorce:.
William McBryde. ).
IT appearing to the satisfnetion of the Court
that the defendant William McBryde, resides
out of the State of Florida: It is ordered, that Ihe
said defendant ber'equired to appear and answer
the bill in this case, on the first Monday in April,
1847, and in default thereof,t ;thesaie' shall -be
taken pro confesso, and it is further ordereAjdthat
this notice be published in some newspaper in
this State for the space of Ihree months. -
GEO. W. MACREA,-
Judge of S,.uthern Circnit,
Presiding in the Western Circuit...
(A True Copy-Teste.) '
I H. W. RoWLEY, Glerk C. C. iC. C..
Calhoun County. Dee, 21, 1846 dec26 4,9-3m


._ ,. :-_-, V *,w+-- ff.W--r:.:
ious and. nervous, R c ei pa
"Miarahma, Gout, Rheumatism, Grf"
lency, &c, "For sale yrtlesale qr i
.. .. .. id r. el i
Dec 12. .-1 J. ..A .JEN Dn "_l -.
TArrartlts .... Ciicefesa'idol C Z.oi a ,
<' :iadds unyr..allea
-Pffi,'acy; it perp'orawKa'are
Jip-.u few dv-;-fio, coof-ne
rent or restrictiom, ipdiet,
As. necessary.. It vqo be
fbund invaluablo,'beuigpre-
pei.pd wilgh "ie' grtate '
1x'ssible cSre, isporimwell
tested pnnciples,.,fognaed
npon (hat inipcltint. low,
*fiTt established b/h ebrated Dr. Pordye, Z :
-that a ombination lfim-+
i'i:)r rciineis wwug-d 'nprM e"She *meW n iutin,
speed v, .anIl c6npiSgrble keN-ctj then ani eqnv-
leni dose-of'any sfmngle one.' N fi) many eases the
disease is entirely 'p-revented Iy its tiB~e~y a|pli-
c.;itn)n. F cf sale by -. ,
Dec 12 C':AL.LE- DNA"-. .,


In Chancery-=Franklin Cirfnit
Court.
Mary Farington, by her next "
friendHezekahi"R. Wood, ......
vs. ?. 6r Divorce.
William E. Farrington. J
IN this cause it appearing to the Court, by affi-
davitof Complainant duly made, that the de-
fendant William E. Farrington resides in. the
United States.but without the State of Florida:
It is therefore ordered that publication- be made
according to law, for threemonths in some news-
paper published within -this Circuit, direct ing the
said defendant to appear at the Spring Term ct"
the Circuit Court, 1d.be holden in the cn.mviy of
Franklin, and answer the"said Bill ,c) the :-'.te
maybe taken as confessed against hi:n.
GEO. W. MACREA, Jude.


A Copy.
W. VALLEAU, Clerk.
December 31, 1846. janIG l-3m


Franklin Circuit Court.
Roberts, Alien & Co.
vs. "rPetition to Foreclose
Ebenezer Hoyt, and J Mrtgage.
Wm. C. Lawrence.'
T HE defendants are hereby notified of the in-
stitution of the above suit, by petition to fore-.
close'their certain mortgage deed, bearing dte
the 15th day of October, 1845, of a certain sloop
called the Oregon," to secure the payment of
-the sum of $500. And.Hiat at tWi-e next spring
term of said court, I will more for a judgment o6
foreclosure. '


.. ..WfijKERS;s^~.-,h


New Arrangemenit.
THE HOME JOURNAL FOR 1847.
THE JANUARY NUMBER.
WE regret (and We do not regret) to say that
we are under the' necessity' of breaking up the
presentseries, and commencing a NEW VOLUME
o.f theH6OME JoUR-N.AL in January-the 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
friendd,, vwho wil4thavei-eceived five numbers of
the HOME JOURNA.L, will submit willingly, we
hope, to the having two or three extra papers to
bind in with the VOLUIME FOR 1847; and, the
n?'ze arrangement will be a great convenience to
the distant subscribers, who had only beard of
our present series after its firsg numbers were ex-
hausted, and who now can fairly commence the
Voluume with the A'cuw Fear;. We shall issue,
therefore, No. I of our NEW VOLUME on the 2d
of January, and, thereafter, keep even pace with
Father Time's old-fashioned- beginnings" -and
endi.ngs. "
'The followirng are the only terms. on which
the-HoMIE JOURNAL is furnished to subscribers:,
One copy for one year......... $2 00
Three copies, to one address..... .5. 00
z. Invariably in advance.
Such as wish to subscribe, and commence with
.the JANUARY NUMBER, are requested -to send
at once to the Office, of Publication, No. 107
Folton street.
Agents supply single.copies,,'only.
GEO. P. MORRIS, "
N. P. WILLIS,


F-RANCIS KOPMANb 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 Handkerchiefs.
Hosiery of every description ; "
Siraw Bonnets and Woolen Hoods;
Kid Slippers and Walking Shoes;
Colored and Black. Gaiter Boots;
Cal f and Kip. Brogans;. ,
Calf, Seal.Skin, Kip and. Water Proof Boots;
Fine Silk,and Fur Hats;
A fine assortment of Ready Made Clothing,
And'a large-variety of Fancy Goods..
Apaachicola, Dec. 5, 1846.


A. GSEMMlES,Att'yvfor Pei.tioner. .-
Apalachic6ahJan 2, 18'17 50-.2m, ,


NTOTICE,.Six monfhsafer date, I wi aplyh
to the HO..Probaiit Court qf.Franiklin,
County, for ta final .discharge froi i.e -aduiinis-'
tration of tfie estate of John -C. Perkins, late of
said county, ndeceapd. '.
'JAS. M."SHACKELFORtD, Adr;'r.
Apalachicola, Nov:. 2, 18t-G. 4-i-6m


* The r,0'cdy nlow-dh we.wo(uld call i4&j4!l.en-"
lil'n I~l'llK;'pb~ie. is. otne- which hitwt strc'" -
-.es.i'. lor .a !r~ng time; and'Ttt tmiiirprw ly ae- '-"
4km.,i lI,,xcd "by ill who hnve.lricd-it, fo-.W FAR.
k-UP-FR lop Il aiin oI r;ir'th'cdi clii %erI' .-layed
in dib-'a.. P ,r wvh'l it ii r,'m(rnt6'hdkV1' it
on-,v de,-:.i,- ORMS' AoT. INWo fGA0 rs
"JTH.1? ^,T E *SYSTFM,"lnt ir!, and
ar'ri os fin thi osiippral)iirdan+'(4imp ^)r hnactl O "
PREVALENT '1N .THE, -SaOMAG.rNIS '
BOWELS OF CHILDREN, more..-ff a\\y
thoqe in bad health. 9linqe mucus form, il be.l
;erc 't in which Worms produce t.lejr,.,yoang,.
-and hy removing g )t..tt oi ,mp.s.,1t'' w{rms to
-t&nain- in.thebody, tt..,is har'niqle.. .enert
on t-he .systlem,.'a t .the. hea-l h o(.'li. B(tient is -
il~wa,,s r, ro~ved.by "itsuse, evlenwhlga nyorms "%
'r dsitpp. *--'* ^ i t,' w-^ y"' *
Th'eCanadria'' -Vermifuge ifonly 25 rptls -a.
"bottle and 'is 4mdii tyicore WIiadministledr, tbht -
ot'her. -- -
Preparrd opdo '^^>y'dH NV <.
Maiden L.nel vNetwr oil. "'" '"-! "' *'" .
t't -:". H.F.: ADELL, Agp^ .
J.,n 9' a *a.
.. __ *" .. *
T U-e Gre'a I Can a d ,talAp&4 y,4"y.
-w it, tels- PErcToR'Af Sttup .
C OF-tIOlREP.(_OTND ELECAMPANE.
,Xnlivalled 1'ir ilh,ecure oCCougli,'GodfS A.lan? ,
i;ir ii ,f Io o ,'W lh'o o bi%_W ;1 '" ;ff %;1 "-
3. Jy pt BreBhin., Pleurisy, Consumption,
.nd'a'll'lHseasds'o d ihHiLengli+;,'X. .
Prricnifis, .a di-(eas-elha .is-awe*Aping thou-
sand.. to- a_-premature grae under the name .of "
Consurptroil, ( an be cued by usTn-g'-fTa-medi- ;
cine "* -' .^ : ,"
For severall years past, -his medji.-c.lo-V been
in u~e in Conado, where.it has bec~une piylgrsal- '.
IN Iiow r,, and ? considered the. besltaivi icine-..
in ,,e Ifor all HIulmona-n"-dispas9e9."'"'fiegreat "-
suece?:s \\ hIch ti'Hs altOtided-it rise i WfWkoun-
Irv. and -1he many 1rul,"tyodrider'f61urbdM# hich
hIa% eL been -I Pdct .d" b; if,'ha i?duee f't'befiroprie-"_
tnr.o ion'rtdu.e it ipio Ihe. UniWd'.Slater. con- =
fildr-hl of".jts being the most.sat'e-;and iraluae re-
-11Ad .' e $r discovered, end ad..)tM:teH'W'HNeU
o,.he 'ungz. ,,%hen any ofl'" th'e fmirnefibnf not
00tl'i Ol tilUpr natural o Ar li4ity aiot'i' in%:a
most gratjitl, an.d .nbloinh ir1. ntnA^. mhe

,oirieness Wh'd Vain, 'and speed ilyWri gfO, .
'ed vj.nr andea)s"'? fv e._ .Me.ryr Tr-e-w ,
,'reparedI andf llelW',:4olesate-n fJ
^ *o r -olit p~rt,;Fi; tdr -,f l lr# I ,i+,ie ^ ? '
11 I N N "t. r .TAT-B ia .1' "


N OTICE-All persons having claims against
Joseph Foster*, 'Iate of Franklin-co.rily, -
ceased, are requested to present .the-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, Adu'r. .
Apalachicola, Nov. 21, 1846. 4. ,1 4-2rrl


A CARD.
N SEYMOUR takes thismethod of- inform-
ing the citizens of Apalachicola .and -is
vicinity that he has removed ddwn on the, corner
of Water and Centre streets, and feeling thank-
ful for the patronage heretofore extended to him,
he solicits a renewal of the same, by offering to
-yona: ve~ry3-eat--and-select Stock ofGO.ODSrcon6-'
sisting in part as follows:
Cloths and, 1assimeres;. various styles.
Fancy Prints, do. do .
Alapaca Lustre; do. Figured.
Silks, Grode Ryne. "
do. Morftella ~
do. Satin Striped.
Fancy Cashmere Robes.
do. -Marino do.
do. -Delaine do.
Muslins, India Book. ... .
'do, Swiss, Luce and Colored. -I
Edgings,, Lisle, Cap and Thread.
Sliawls, Damask Silk. .'
do. M arino. +
do. Plaid Wool.
Kid, Laceand Silk.Gloves.
Tdska~n Gipsey Bonnets, latest fashion.,
Ribbons in.all varieties..-... -
Brown:Shirting./, 7-8,- 4-4 and 3-4.
Bleached do. 7-8, a-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 aud+
many other articles tob.numerous to mention.
Call and examine for yourselves.
.. .N-+ SEYMOUR.
.' Apalachicola, Nov.' 14, 1846..


AdministratorBs NoMice.-
S IX months after the publication-of thus.notjce,,
I shall appiy to, lh Cora. of. Probates olf.
Franklin County, .Florida. :.for leU-err of 0smnis-
sion from the estate of David C. Kolb, deceased,
as Administrator.4 and -all.lpersons interested in
said estate are heirehy notified- to -file, exceplion.,
if any they havr,'in -the mann'er 'and storm re-
quired bylaw. '
jOflHN ILL SHORTER, Adm'r.
August li, 1846., 31-6m' .-.


.- PRINTS ONLY.'
NEW FALL STYLES,
At the extensive Establishment of
IEE & B.REWSTE,
44 CEDAR STREET, N. YORK,
Where are concentrated nearly all the. NEW
STYLE of-PRIN.TED 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 Rednced'
Within the last few days.
Purchasers are guaranteed the-prices--and
allowances made for a given period.
,D-j- Catalogues (renewed and corrected daily)
-regula'ting the prices-are placed in the hands
of buyers, and sent with goods ordered.
New Yr rk,-August, 1846. .


- OFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND P E I(ZNIX
S .BITTERS, ju:t rece- ed'"a ndl(ir sale by
Nov 28 H H. F:.ABLL, DrHgti ,(:
F OLGER'S Olosaonian, or AllI-ealinng B .i-J m.
for Consdmption, Asthma, Coughs, .iv.rr
Complaint, and all diseases ot the'. throat and
lungs, for sale. by .
April 11. .-1. F. ABE[.L.


.White -Lead.-;
]r7n\ LBS, ..a superior article, just .re-'-
5000Jf ceived'apdfor 'aile by ...
Nov 21.; -..H. OABELL, Druc-.i-t. .1
Blank B6 okis,,.Fl ni WiritiINg
Paper, &ce .- '
GA@-NE.RA.]-flstBfm.t..oi".Staliooery, cni-
1 sisting-of Fuooscap and Letter Paper of ri'
finest qujalifV'" Bluf- anh Wgffitevwove'(r.rnl.d) *ex-
era fine Quart and a.Packet, Post; ilso: ilbewiuti.hi.l
assortmhent of Frendh Letter Paper;: Pens &c.
-Just received per brig Alabama and For saI bv .
Oet;^7lT-" +'-' + -, : :.-+.;,:lC. ALLEN...


J. Stevenson & Co.
JVo.4.5 Water and JVo. 2 Chestnut sts.
Are now opening their Fall stock.oj Staple
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c., which they
offer for sale low for cash or city acceptance.
, Apalachicola, Oct- 24,.1846. .
"' ] getoved -by Fire. "
T HE subscriber has taken the store corner of
1- 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, Patins, Oils and Patent
Medicines. : J. C. ALLEN,
Oct. 24 Dru- ist.


Tarrant's. ]Farerveseent -S-eltzer
** "' periet. *
H EALTH .AENEWED,-'and an invigorated-
,and healthful. cnditioni of body pr-oduced
by the use of TARNANT'S "EFFERVESCENT
SELTZER A PERCENT. ..' "
Th i:I pr6epairation ,,is univers'ally allowed to be
the n<-1 t 1-'11,lljr remedy of the present day, fnr-
the. prevention and cre of Indigestion, Bilious
and Liver Complaints, Nervous Weakness, Head-
ache, Heartburn, habitual Costivenes, &c. ,
Travellers and residents in warm climates will
find it a desirable articlee. it/preyentfs any accu-
mulati0n of b.ile, Iis portable,1 anat -h'e jmthod of
preparation is unusually convenient. Children
have frequent occasion for gentle and' cooling
purgatives; ihey. will take .this- aperient in pre-
ference to any other- S(,],] wh,-,sl'iteand retail by
* Nov5. J. C.ALLEN. Dmruist, &c.


SlHoliday Gifls-, "
A VERY-beautit:ul .essortiment of Card Caso!s,
Cases,,, Vi.itir g Cardso Va rius ,*'o, ,s -id
colors,'Tablets, Soveniers, Extract f6a Tl'iouli'd
,Flowers, PafchoUly, Vanilla, indqtherxrjre ar"e-
cimens of+Perfumery, Gold and Silver" Penc"l-,
.and.many.-,other fancy articles -of, .Jmelry, de-
signed expressed y for pKesents.. _For sale bvy
, Dec -"." 'J" "--^. p. ALLEN.


Jdan 1


f1n HHD0 St. 'Cr ox Sugar; :". .
JLl 20' do' New leans Sugar, to arrive"
,*-:. -10,0: ac kis:', io /C off e, e ;: 5 do 9"a va ; '
40 'bxs Ar6matic Tobacco";
50 ". Mnft'd tdo. 'Brown's and Labby's-;.
20 Sperm'Candles; 50-bxs brown Soap;
1 :100 bags Shot; 50 kegs Powder; .
" ., 2000 111.5 L-_ U,, -1 "risk Linseed Oil;
*" 2001 ; Vliie L.,], N,,, 1,;Ext'r^ind Pure.
For sal.,y- v \'rM. G. PORTER & CO.
:-Dee 5 +-' '- "- ] : -^ W .,iter street. "
* --. = Congress;. Sl'iln-', Water
TUST received per.,s~cltir;-LeRoy- and; for sale by
.-*"'M~arch 21 J. G. ALLEN.


"ArG'E'TlI\'iii., Sinnmwr Savor v, Sweet Mar-
I.I ,j.r.,m. OCatnep,R Bonedet, -Iorehounid,-Worm-'
\,,-,.,,I,-.', i., ,,st received and for sale by
SNov-28 .J, .- :."; J...C. ALLEN.
tR^ASE'S, C-'ifi,-d E-^n,.e ol" H.C!..rli:,iI
L.CCandy--2a fresh supply just received and for
sale by H. F.ABELL, *
Nov 21 ,-.:.. .c .i Druggist.
-L-amp(| Oil,
WS[NTEn RTIAINED, a' very 'sup.ri~or ar-
A. ticelZ just received and for sale by 1,
Nov ?1 H, F. ABELL, Druggist.


Annuials for 1847.
T HE .. Mother's Present," .-Moss-Rose," "May,
J. Flower,"" Christian Keepsake,"" 1Hyapinth,'
P"Friendshiip'sOfferi-ng," "Christmas Blossoms,"
,Wordsworth's Poems," Poetry of the 'Pas-
sidons," _i"Gems from, American, Poems,' -the
"Boquet of Flowers,"4* Mont-omery an&^Byron's
Poems," 11 Poetry of the Hearrt," 11 Elliott's Po-
ems," Christian Miniature," the ,IFl,,:al i;ni."
the Mae-riag- Ring,",-the-O, Casket of Jewels,"
" Lovest Thou Me," and, the "'Flower Vase."
comprise a part of the above row v r, Ired, for sale
by J. C. ALLEN.
"Also, Q-large assortment of, School ;and' Toy
"Books,, suitable for all"-the different ages of ichil-
"dren, ." Dec 2f6


,Iro i,.l, ailsiJ &c.
Q "TONS Swede 'Iron, assorted: size s;
20U'00 kes Nail, : db.o' ,
4 casks \'ee3ing"fIor,-,'i..oi;ted ualiliez;'
20 Blackarmith Steej.,Fotee(d Anvils ;
'2.0 .- t .English and America~ise.i;'1
20Q Belows;
12 dobzen.Spades.and Shovel";" '
.,. 10 U""^.61Ains ,:Axe,; .
10 bxs Catt6n and \.1\,1:.len Card-; '
:, 1 case Rowland's Caq'f'Steel Miil'Saw';
'1000 ibs Cast andGerman Steel., for 1'I'ae bY
^--, +, ,W^,,G..P.OBTER & Co. '
D 'c4,'. '.. ^,7 .,\ ,. 4.1 ,Water s,'eet.


Drugs,. MIelicines, &c,.
A LARGER an-dfieslrsupply of Drugs, Medi-
ceies,. &" consistingyin part-or? the follow-.
ing article::-O,50 doz Castor Oil, qts,' pt6, and hf
pts -5- bxs -Houck's Panacea`;-101 bxs Olive Oil;
40 kegs Epsom Salts; 10 buls Copperas.; 10 lbs
G um, Opium; 20"Ibs-Sulphate Qui-.ame; 20 doz

London Mustard l+- Herbs of all kinds; 20 lbs
Nutmegs; 15 bxs Starch; 2QG bxs-Lemonsnyrup;-
10 kegs' Pearlash ;.-2 gross Seidfetz -anrd Soda'
Powders; 20Ibs English. Calomel,; 20.doz ,Spts
Turpentine, and a general assortment of all art4-
cles.-in the.Drug line, for Country Merchantss,
iPlantersi-aid-Physicians. For sale by
Ma,.c, .. H.. F. A BELL. "


"' *J" '' Coff'e. ". '
A /lt SACtKS' Rio, Cofleee, lust received and
AD: _.'. i:_sale. by .. '"?^T
Dec 5, ,_ J. DAY & CO, "
Garden Seeds, Growtth ,6f- lS46.
AN"a--or+tm.nt ol Garden Seeds, -jnst recc-i'vd
' IL &r d -for sale /by .. ... '- '"
Nov. .l -- :+' J.0. ALLEN. ,


SACKS afloatcand-_i-n stor ,Afr2 sale by
'. ':, ".D. B. WOOD & CO.,
7 Coumbuis Row,


~ae~af 1~4seic~s; ~ .


FO7 EIIN PERIODICAt -L,
REP:UBLICATION OF
TheL onion Quarlerly. Review,
The Edianb rgh IReview,
The Foreign quarterly Review,
The Westminster Rteview,
"" AND"
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The above Periodicals are reprinted in New-.
York, immediately on their arrival.by the British
steamers, in a beautiful dear type, on fine white
paper, and are faithful: copies' o0f:fi originals-
,BLACKWOOD'S. MAGA:ZIN being an exact fac-
simile-of the-Edinburgh edition. -
The wide-spread Tfame'of fhese splendid Peri-
odicals renders it needless to say -much in their
praise. As literary organs, they stand far in ad-
vance of any works of a similar stamp now pub-
lished, while the political complexion of each is
marked by a dignity, candor and forbearance not
often found in works-of a party character.
They embrace, the views of the three great
parties in Englandt-Whig,,.Tory, and Radical.-
Blackwood and the London Quarterly are
Tory; the "Edinburgh Review," Whig; and the
,1 Westminster," Radical. The _"dForeign Quar-
terly" is purely literary, being devoted princi-
pally to criticisms, on foreign Continental Works.
The prices of the. R:E-PiINTS are- less than
one-third of the foreign, copies, and while they
are equally well got up, they affiord all theadvan-
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" For all four ot the Reviews, 8,00 "
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For Blackwaod and the four Re. -
views, 10,00 "
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.June 13. 21-6m 112 Fulton St., New-York


r i2__ .d vo
THE ^b*N'rbW. -i^ dmm"
|Bfttconstantly have./MT&ir --xI. l0 1
,. aagrtment-of'.MGSand Alta-
"+SS. .C WSF_, tvhich'he~wlTwawrw
,^and,'-ftt-aef best qalttys.i > !J g
. ri' -: MerchahtOAhnal Planters wilJA .
to their advantage !iell, examine. dilejl
Goods, before purcchasing lseu'lf. N ,
care and accuricy at an _rf..._lfab'o t
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( \ -- -- -- - - ._ I I that for I have lived
the ;
( - -- - -- - twentysixenrs among 1 world there i is none so ihl-tied! as a piano

.(,,|KI:', K> KRT: \Tl'n IL\1" TV I 'I'hoiiit' I-I'c''iton. ijiDAhi) ( DPPV, MI\\ H.) i THIN: TO TIJEI ix TIMI: OF NEED I Inv bullet-I ?I" After having; solemnly declared; I forte. Talk of donkies! they have hwtj it

I". IV 1 :1 AX.IV. ('OMMISSIN II'B ril.\NT :\ NliTORACCOINXpKCTOU '. II. PAYLEY. I his innocence ol' auv irrn J. (C- May w f"tind at !lk: rei'1ence corner of{ ; his lie I; laid, his hand
I11'0n'
I ( AND UROKSIR.N ( 1 turn to ihee in time! of need, I country forte Makerse have mnrli to answer lots

*:. :U. DAVIS, Eililoi.Viil '. -> Water: st.-UJlio): si-cond! hark room.Per Cotitre and lliih, tn'(';-, pppoitc) the 1':0.Mantnnl ., A. ravr, turn iii vain : i his heart; and! cried out with the most mine How Inn nnfortunare( defrnrrIrsn in lruineois -

I ."; Ap-al; irhiei-. 1'a. h1)fl. I' <' ii.\ fend and tV.irls* 5inilr! i f'Mrlessnrss' and .ell-po<".".ion. Aim true ; Iraippe' sent funh into the vtide world
of -- ------ -- --- ------- And hop* re\i yes a 'i in. I
:1 j 11 ",. T ,I'-'.J srv ail r.t'tHI's Ch'Miinta. !"!linzcorner;j p ris.! :'l. :!sRAVAUDINi ril1. >r. A. '\'. Chapman, It uive? UKttrenrtii to -i rugle on, Trance forever Fire !" or.iy ir> he ;abti rd and thumped worse than

<',nI'l\o n'"> ,- I; AN!D COMMISSIONMKUCIIANT (vj-Oifre overt I lie I llniiSturo) 01 l B. S. Hauk-y, What eVr the t-tnfe may l litAnd [Frem-tlif. X.: O. I'lPayim.-;;:: '.] pa"-!! apjime Iii ICI sf! Verily. )e hne: m.dAsom

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Again 1 thee.
turn too
1..RIf'rt"Thrt't' n.ll1-uoo per :lnl1\lm.\ )eeJ: _Aptaachirt-la l-'a. lionlalch I occnpii'd by Dr. l.ilt/.cl! i noisy itM ourselves, but yon are the cause nfnoif

: ,'\'nIf, *1 :'j lf Inid within SIX -- Jatinary"l\! !i.( 2-If Thy ;Jinii beauty charmed me firs-t- A story of startling interest has been rClat'1 in ;others. I How I man* (heads haveyou
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I' s. Aicltorsou.DIALIR to in )
r11J Jf. -- -- --- us as occurring Mobile which
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if thereafter I IrtMtlicd a Ioersovlint Jt'-1 Tn"'cl l I I How eardrum have
it r1'
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IN (:1.01'111BO( all
adductions I
tl.Hn that have
little! extiaordmary :
fir b>- t-rm ix: tlionst to tnd the friend we .
ttken
'" a < .pilr I How pious
. "/1 .11111 i2 will! i.ri.thh. t h" eh-irs,'d torT 11\T:, CAPS, &c. [ : AND fuUXSKLLOIl AT LAW, \\ lio-' sr.rigth =ii'|nin' III" now: ever heard of I completely into the I dmaile.I .- you many mm Inteyou

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? -/.tr" iu'iJ, ii nkS at the option of ltKiC" Ur 1-2 .Apalaeliicola Ta. above rapacities. liiit; in Ih.- s-lorin -I'a. occnried I from their homes ? I low mniiv lixrtyou
: : I Illot since fil r. Pans Priam. t that
-- --- -- -- De.rted by all oilier! friend*, I I ilriven in distrartion!i ? How in*
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the rite of Oi< *. a l.ixCinr.ting t
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'r.t, .Ii.
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tin of admiring lovers have into
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Irit U' lv rti-,1'lwnt.i I I1' loie you
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f. Ii in'cidtnt.
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.1':1 ----- --- -- ( I is the rl'.JII| of child then how
-till .h.dlltlrll( to Uiee severity > : a ; ;
,.. I ; of wood I aid of metal !
'H1 r'd raivcr spinners
Z.o J1 I *" )i t-nllL\\T I':. O\\'IIioi.
t b' fir I _._ _. i miich more heuous: otfence should
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i of'a'
i stealing be roiividenil$ lam
I ,'1'" Nir. 2.. 1-1-t AJMJ I'-lucola. ThU lit 3 cell an co us.Troni patent a pi i:ur among us. and the sin"f it
j : -- ('I.. VYTO v, Bai b'nr C..ntv: Alabama.! ol the fathers 1' ci jI,'. Such
.j'I: > ifv;!H h > r\.ir!-l 1 fir annnunc- -- --- -- __ n ___ I one : ('t a a have (';ul..etllhf' n.others to commit will IKperpptuaied
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't,1 .1' Ir ,'5'''. ii. \V. SIM- I"M.V C1c1vLn.t Arrl-2'.M-l'V: 'J-IfA. ; C.ri'ne has (prrpemted in our sister city :
t 1': I[:[ the Chnsl.an.! ; llevitw ] ; from generation lo generation.
.--. v/ i vi* ol n 'it* f"\*n a di,tiir<> miKf Shuo %: Chcc "t ol Mobile. One m'I I ilu- Solons wa- "lIlu't-1
4J. !t'UEUC', ..\:T DAYS OF EMIXIJXT MtX.Many l I How t'a"'y it is to become loquacious on a
." ," ,"' If" f withth-: 'i. <>r city refor.-nce, COM M J I N > J o SI f.!: il CHANT S, ed from t the I I'I'I.I'IIC Ilf hipeers-lorciblv

I" l 1',< .-.. t..- ':'1 .. I {5j: O'lkv, Xd. It Coliitiiitus iJiiiMin.'s", ATTOUXF.Y AT I.\ W. : ) ; persons have a cn-at desire (for poihumnus ?- I taken, from th. chamber t that he graced. arid i sore Mltjrci.! The truth i is. I rare not

_- -.__ -_--. _. ___._:70'i3 d"! i!'* .Apalacbicold Ila. (C XOficr, *VJ C'iift. iitimon'; linililin, fame ; ;and the character of their pitveriled. I'rom \erci-tng his immunities I i who knows it. I hatp arnatPiir music and!
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1r.11 -- r.r. of Centre X ConitiitieMeiX.nov'i ;: iiiiiiitm-r itiusiciar.s. I would: have it madepunihahl '
1 list da\s is moulded this ,
.ni:1'j; : iL'tt.1.tn ; 1I Ezi'c'i! ;; Allen* A Co., \srhiNiha Fla. by pas.iun.- | an Ahlernin.: : It I is sai-1 that ll.e wrele.h who
: I fine anti for
I : I: ? by imprisonment,
I! i te r: "LKiii.N. l t1.RI I I.HI.! : ANt:) SUIP: Thrj are anxious that alter they have become :< wa-jH principal; : in t tins outrageous piecenhtig
: : ;.n\ in in the hearing of others lID
one play "
CIAN./MKY: 1-.1'.1.-: : \IL>, SIIKKSAXi : j incn>iblu i to t the voice of human censure I I be. ,
AVamsvr.. JI J. I.au, can ot.ly ptf.cecded iigsiinst for peitv lar- I
could! well i know I
I MI play am not on
M M I > 1 It> v .. i i' n tn.. .\ I u n > N <: ) ( .SI i ,ixtJ {;<, A \TTOnXEY I.\W or human applause, their names should I i (.t'IIV ; wherehad! his I victim been a councilmni ,
I. i .1 I i E: i 1 r ti i \ \ rs.IV .-J,,,, Miimt'i'-titrfrs/ t!y f Till Iron and Copper -t1(ill be honoied amonjs men. Moved bvlhitprinciple.several I I ), lie could havelcin pro-etulrd for I (he pnpuLir! M-ie.i I know I ;;ifl on dangerous

S \. -I ; \' 11.1' .trO"'. IFI/rtA. Iliin ,ii-i:;', (I)ee.iti'; Co.) Cia. liteuny men have rUenfiom !|: Around!, and I feel my position. I carr
gi.ind larceny.Jt ;
\ .JA.1' '. !: F n i .'hcL-h: ; Fa. ffiWill attend inii'l'i.illvlhe.S': I |'crioi Cnuils ihcir death-bed: : tojestro\ their mat.uscripis.Colardcaii ; not a I ush 1 will brare ai.y man in a taiie
___ :: __ _____ __ __. __ ____ I apprms that I the municipal gnvcrncisof
n u of I the r--.i'itiC''it\ t F.niy: Bik:'r atd 1 Decalitre olt when at I he of death I lil.! : this. i could die runtenl if 1 tonld
,\. .\1\.I./! 15. 11.1 I \\. .Hroo1lin" :, point! "asby ihe: gonrl CH\ ol >Iobtfe are -
it : F. \. -!"", II.I I Stone: ho South \ \' {ifinand the coiinly: (Tiirafia- I reaiiy tqtiidh make I ihcscrap-less, l-taitU-ss.sniillrsscrr:'-;
ifaiiiir ed honorable clr.icdhmiiis
;'( action
: an
\ '! ;' & ITrtHi'ji/.i :;. ::; : SIJC t CD., o!! t Ihe Si'iti'-rn, Ci cuit. lOt\:1 t ( If abnsr, and with trettiblin hands I,| I. divided I in politics, the democrats, )howi I lures 'i qutvf-rings have made me quiver. I
h.vng: a t inflaig b.il-,
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-- -- ------------ e\'r. majority on joint
,; 1. :.tl V M :SttC HANTS. C11SSIONMERCh1.1'S'w.tl&rstreet: I 1 lould it-sign III'' brcaih with I ca'tnness andcnmpottif
I and consumed
sei/.cd !iis i them
01111 !:Hhn i in
pipers
i| I.It. As i e\ei\thng: III th.it, jil ice IS -
\ I. L \Vit.f :001'. ft. )f. I' \ govcrnj if n.oic than one fiddler that I
AMlic'li,11. Fi ) A T'IV It N EY AT LAW tllle sacrifilI'! : Another an Krrjish waiterofjlien' i j ed by po'ities, pariv' feeling) i'i carrud f to ai fiddle
chok II with their
', : nvl I AiMlaC.nrolj. Fit. Know were < own
: __ ; i : sen-itivene! "s, \\ Ito had jr./llli..lln
: '--- --- -.-- ---- -- ------ -- --- -.---- ..LH.\O' (;.. i :cat extent; ; and a in,in \t td; not even emI -
). ) w.u-i-i; Micks, i am no Stoiz..i j n Ii ft ,1. II. t\- J. .12. huH, T T.1.;! ]l'-inrice} in le::: "neril CoiirN c-f the leave I 1 his labu.s ;to posterity c'haned his I .loya w.i; >iurwcjmit without fir.t tal.ilgthe t
i : \r\ :, : II' 1\1.\11,..10"m'.clL\ 'f, \ I i nt an amateur musician with temper.TAKIM. .
\ the of death and! IjavmH
: and Thoinaend
S -uth Wj 'cru Ciii-iut nt I aporoarh: ;; : -
purpose the bia of
a-eeitam t I
I 1)1 hill to .
.\\11) (; ; .':i{ \I" AIFNT, /AC rUi'>: *i CDIISIOX1Int.: ) : L" T3. piec ;political I ---- -
j Sievviit: c. -.tc" ord-red) his manuscripts; to be brought tier hu b'i.d. Ca-t have (been !ktow
I: Oli'1..,. X 1 b \\.iI'r street i ; Sill : A HOT SUEJM.T COOLLT.
.' j i. \II. :1. Ixir t 31-tfTUMnr.ll to him., "lie raised his feeble hands; by anefi'oit win defunct whig would lie ini I
',YI:'! \1 .r4 'r.I I re a not quiet The jloston Clirottolyi't' advances these no-
.\Ar.v.Ai-in.vj.A. -- -- -- -. ---- -- ---- ,.- --- I
1ij 1. \ --- ---- -- --- nf li-II ._solve I burnt his : and I
I i ': r. t.. i t r papery i i I Irs: giave because; happei.i m lo have been vJ:lvie-.is oi hell :
: ; : I IX.PECT': H -The undersirned .
, :; F. H-i.'r.'. J N.vV'.M O(1.an4.1 Ual'il I' ,, : oi.t., : )>cn appnitiicd; 1 in-iertrr; i.l Lumber: smiled r s the reedy Vulcan; licked ui| e\ e. :; !buried by a democratic undertaker, and I "Afor eternal punishment, we will jn. t

, ; 4;. :! I" .-. ) ." C 0 M 11- :::1! O X M11C 1 ILL'1 ; T S, tV-r I the C111nto f Frinkhn nlihhi- .
\ 'j ....-, ,\ \ ....: ..\ ,.7 7.tf. ) \: ii 1 ,ctiic.lla.ii4 } ;fc!;.; 1. t the public' in t hat caparily, and will I atttuti t lo ali t .::!t fl, and) heoon afterwards cx pi n'd. I An adjourned me-ting ol lie mntniici .al I I the (ll1!' lill1. Puni"hnici'T, in thin;* spi-

I_ >. ti j -4-: v, __jS. :_"att !;,?' tv" thlic lPpertailling! tu ..I i' ..1"1'I.i1l:1.I"lIt.COH'.LWS: Th'-v! judged that undi
\ ..V i. Sii\rr. SUX M'T'JAl.; I tNL1NYE C'IP_\:; r, ; : (! Ghi\)V. : [> ns'' ht publish! that whieh. ben: :: unfn-: I I for the purpo (it elvting: a city 1I1II'-h.lI. I I I aiJ; iutcat!: ; s a vital! force struggling

.v i )'/: \\.": .\v; j urAiLf. .. (.'.) ".1t -"I.. df! I.? t Ct.j"il: rod.: Mareh2I'MBFJ;?. 1'I5.I i'!heel, wnitlil, do them t no lllH lJr. The oj>- | 1\\lIt- -I'Hn previous t !iurf hi.vhig; restit j!t 10 ret ii rim tr. its IL tIC rontliuon. As long a_

L' ,' .:) 1 .' III I ;.. ,,'jtt: uj "jinny.e. X'. :i \\'jtcrhC tr.'t. -- ----- -- posit itf this! occurred in '..1 he cage of the | t d in t weittv-Sf veit ties rind both sides being tin;, i i. i it denote that the subject
; re ini-ery, *
at?1' .I I .' i'l 1 i. !;;' ,..HV :? J '\iMUciiie.vl3. P.I. !:; 1 ,pCTn-If\'in: : hcen ap- rlitittf who tR"dalound i i
,\'.1',T'U.--t, I viiiitfd I liH ot Lumberr t the Count spruce yitin.. was; i[ termined lo lie i; :u the breaeli! rather ihaii j of'U( is not h>>i. Jf itieie !li.' >1Il'h1 tiling as
44 --l i >etur vFritikJn I
i'j: !it.rN.: C: 11-CoN.Nr.nv.rouj .: | ('1'jn uhis journal ot fr.nnt-s; and! teeliriz. !! or t tinOn! ( Chrt-tmas I. he that isr
\ : A 11 jir'tli.; Fli.i rill't the urul! .r'o.dl1ir.: : hit tr ){> > yield one jot Day an eternal! hell we may sure
- -------- li & Comerv r ___ .. _. .:.. in a faIr: !ham!, that on hi? demivn It! I!
-. I"t ::11' I"lillle 1.; : in .1.i '111 iMii.tci.y. iu.1 HIll::11 .IMI-IHI.1 10 ,I a Inn.jII: the pre"tul nicuuL ul[_was stiucUwith : _..laI'd.c.h'._ ..__!_ dtvci'5! -uJTerir:_?.. all who are
! ; : i ,1\ :I t'r:. C O :M M i S S I O. S1 M It C 11 .\ X T S' all iitir; :>;,.-rtainiiig ?u -sJd i 1 anlwi'li1INII.1'11 miuht he read; } fur the printer. When i the 111\ ., that the iil.:eucc ot oi.e ol the I |I Ii ; ii that >tutc find I neliuli anilimot pain in

.1J :' I : .; tI : v ; A X .) c o )DlI s s 10 xj No. :; ;, \\.iti.T--tre<-t. : I", isf.;. JJHXJ. Ll'CAS. Knistrs'tti: who set I fire to 1 the temple of i a'dermei! vvliu cnteilaineil i political hatred! liieir cordirion : thrj, mnt.t: !lit' wholly! tvil

:\j i K: .; '. tIr \PtcflC1I.A: F.\ ---- -. --- --- Diana :u KpheMisws: exam.ned: t l.\' TI,rtuicresp 'tor ll!> triend ]):i> f,"' linzht! prove tcntfj- ;m,1 I live i.i evil uii'i: ihe; .ml" 'i-f.lclior a*

V .. *j i ttM'T-lreet, I'c1'z4 .11lfl"llll. "ra"cr" ; .: |EEN:Co,AViit.( \; 1(' YUSl.. 'l'hu"'i 5], Ciray, ; 'i-tiriu his motive he atTumed: that lis: I I cial to Iris i.te c-l.: at all fkcnis .'wouldn't we breathe! the ;,ir. I Hell! i- not nml. cannot

:.IJtb: hlC'lb. Ta. :,..t' .1 Lkl.JA.\X... ':.; \Vsttrtrett.iii ; ::.ir.i: cn \ \ r TAI 1 LOK.( I onlv, ohjtct :ris to pain. a nani"; amon, pustentv. I'' -et him bad au\.' I lit-I at:cut tlnt1. found : he a slate ot plltli ImlC'n':'
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. "-'*- 1. 'i .-it \ i-' 11" '. 111 d.i i3 C"I"I"m" lt' (' .twit %/. nt-xt "..lOrw.'ol"fI'i.'f f'jl1JI1(1t's ." )Ir. I Jlveieii: in his ex-junite 1 1111; Inetid's lot wd! uitiodnttd him to ai I!

:". 'I"I" 'I. N..i'u.t".1"1'. E .I.I'a n! : I1iHy, 1.1 JVJLI) re"Ttf.lh; i- !f. nn t t.o!: riti/j-m ..t.t1'011 I'itcc.--''Dune of Alaric: the Visigoth." I .-erieof "lutlJIt ,." thinkitis to EU U him ]: I"I} I:
T.\ A.nl.l..j';. C'jl\ < "i' _\tInl.TlIIITLEI:!: : ) ;!: \ :\ flii.- 'la 1 t".if 1 J'e! lia, |-i-f nnvivid represents the hnibarinn chieltain a> anticipatitic !. oit the irack; ;" I but he ciiii tdn't come it,"' mce tit'i kiial sitll! As we re,t on our

I': !J' i r.o.nx, I ." \11) ( ; j H'iH-; !; :.-, :nun: N.-XV Y' i il i; a i.II'.i1 and: spl'-ndjiJ; iI"rll.111; I ; the feelings, with which IIK name in the language of oudtnt. and !!
t U r. A it; :'n, "t,f C'i'-tlis: C.;-- :. t-rt- ;s'ul! Vf-fiiiu-. !, IIn..uri'J.d1II1j'l.dil ; oui conesj\ I'illuor rise in the: inuriiinj;. it gives us
No. .?,( U'ju-r: streit.I I would he recalhvl I I t the nit; IIItt whose the1!
; by cajn- was ioinieil l d to succumb himself to i 'Jltli! denl
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ieliclit.Vehae
: I R [ l'l'rfollhf'll.
n. (
"T \ ; t '.i : : nr '." tpn! "t>-!, (''ii.tILZ! nVv( ry );"id. j
\ ; ,I :J'l'l: : l P1NT-. )*(' .b .\;' .I.J'i""II!, I r.iWn. tul: he had piundrn..dIIJ ; : luvveisi of Miction j'0tS(1; h the ] luit uride the widow
\ :: : { ----- -- :!.d vanityvhirh he i i& prepircil; t') III11' in i I superior [' ) to a poor man ; we e :

. I\! ,, ,.., :{.. -\\\ len; be iek:: aldclI1l; n. L'tttrtnii.evl but to be out Oll', heart rejoice; we have dried the orphan*

A." '- \ /'I..rtl I t i J-IHIIu'ltilf. ."I.Jt'H'f: :'. ) i > I :O- Jlll IJUMMI.- lU I'iu'qw-; t '..-il)ie rutfs. Th.IIIIIIIIIN! : the hbfrril"ivi'i IVf t ire the ntine of Abnc" hoivevci hu oLtiiincd. some new recruits, : tear. .S\ eet. O how.t'rt the thouchl !

I ,- .: ("I' I..t dl.t! '\'r-Tr..t., : 1 i li'. =1':. l' '- lici..lui-'H' i),.,!u'.vd irxiti him he hope- It i is irjlcrestiu; to observe with whnl power who kept tI>{' ;i eontinuul "foin in for I There is n luxury in rcniciiiLerin: a kind

\ ,'-I, \ -.1 J .,--t-I.. -F.--. N,.. 1 11 1 \Vater Mn-et. !v I'.iithliil t attt-iitioii I to Ih" liii"1'ic>", tu merit t a I sfni.e i master-principle of 1 the soul I often diink alt rot.inl." utitil ten ihe alllUlllittJI' act A -turin career above our Iieadsnll!
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!).;. 'i Apal.Kihicol.i; ; Fa..SaTsri rQnli'l'\.Inf"i rf their n:,!roiair: survive all I others-exhibiting! the v.c.k md mimeriitiesr
J u. t. !.. :IC:2, .____ seems t to huiiuriti iiaturu i b ever i m, black a. iiiiJiii;. ht. hut the sunshine is i in

N" -.' t.' .II)::.!' i. tlIltlm .. -. S. :!nt :lin"'ion. -"-\ml.cbic..LI.-.-- -- -XIII--:- I, I 1"lj.! --- I. rim lii2 passion; stionj;; in death." I He I' :! miis-t ;;ive in 10 odds-liiinhy: J'. oi'r hosotn ; ihe uai.j.lli is felt! ihrre. The
who Isat: but; a moment remaining' sa\s; yielded lo Dicl.x JUhe ,'' iilhioLigii not dei etli
heait ami Ie-
kind lie zi
T. .. : ', \'tthl"i. .,h. Fa. .\-tCT10-i: : K .\NI) C O .MM 1.S S I UMKKCHANT Fall (> oo "- I 1 Kol'.MA.N', j-j-t rerciwdts\ \ the autlioi af'the p-iper cited at the head itI i privetl of his locotimol lye [(oweis. jI j light inc. ple""il"t'111) will not be kind !

I .; ij.iii : .: ;If'1 N(,. -i'i U'dlT stret I. ; Full (;it,<.'-, : nJ d&.Aiu-< a ('.,Il from I this arlid i I h:', "is leased! from I the eomnummniiu's :I "Jeairus" next invited! him home with Who will! not be ..cooilVh< will noi
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i')1 t. 'I : > < I ,) :V \1". : .I Ic4t'T, I S; ;'' -it. t- i'r I i !!(. ,\P"I.'C''ittroK\. Pa. us tru-tids! and f u-t> i.n. r-, ad:; a* tit ]'rif,,<. heejesvth fur dissimulation' ; ; and time that him b paityl I e of a Chiisimas) i dinner, and xUit i those uhoaie afilictetl I :: in LI.I\ or mind !
.,: : '.\' .;..1.--, I '' iirA'M..lVU : --, __ ___ ______n ___ ___ he the i lt" his eUedp.lroyingbeauty Jle'lDe flowed free i '
; t 'Hi t' I j'i ; sod: ; 'ftmi'ri;' I': lay his hand on eveiy thing I |j i the alderman aCCl' To spend an hour 1II.OIl; lime poor and

)- -i. -- ---- --- -"-'M. 'llM .! a oi. F. rarrior i a gi'ii.ral a-suitment t a tll of whrrh: i i (.f tfued l.rcali IIlIoIt'r'lwdillt.III'.IIII.I) arid wasting I !1Y' ytt with no inip./r'.aut ell'ect ; but at i ii ilensih I iistrs-ed!i ,

(; :;\1 CL\L I IKCRIVIV: : ;. rtll1 l: liIX' ; ,r. 'ir cityarceptar.ee.Apa'achifdia ; the ruling pa-ssinn,
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I".. ('ri. 2 U.I-t.; the power of life. fjnres i his host introduce; a large portion !l.* worth; a then-t!nII !i'.OS1i .

. r' \ I'I: \ '; i! .' 4J1 11 1 j1 : r: 'j'.JIIII'IEII'II.T 1 X'>. ."),)' i\\;'dttr .:tr.-.'l. -- Nov. u". -- -Chrsnut- t.I f.- which i is .connected with the soul itsclf.1 .- of brandy into I die puddina. and this compeltely | In poni a1.l1'dC-5 ,>rtnt 0 'he I,,st.**

tilt: I CHAN r.X took the alderman off his --.-- --- -
n"' t .\$III(whw"I'. l1a. : Hsiy. Tint 1 pn>;lOn t legs, ;111111 j
(.i1"o'.u" lUo'., -- - ----- --- ---- '.. het sand Tin: Yr.\ii 15-17.-The new ,( I. v ] \.:>, fr siU-by: jtic!;! to our at the same; t.me tilled his head with nil

H >;, i j. :",. A.MI S-tiiroi.! Vjt.s J.1: : .n.\u J).'Y. 1"IIt. J. IJ..f. .\\. ]__ :0- 1). JJ.'WOODfc CO. CoiiM'-tent in our frolics and our fins ; "1 MiMs of ima cs. The patties; eventually ;) has just rcme in is remaknMe tor seivnlpeculintit'MS
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-\!t.- .: 71T7-r! r.. CH \!tI. ." Pit-*rrjo Diy & Co., I I D..I" ."> 7 Cnlnir.hiK Hnw.I lit're lioneri nature tnda a: she bqIC" withdrew I fiom; I the hospitable! board v,hf'i i which mny be con.Meretl omi-

n.1- iV Pratt: cc \1 MI :.Z : 1 IOX M II ChANTS; I Ci'.loa; 01!. :Many sit ikinu instances mi;hl be adduced] I "Jcamt.s" proposed to his fricn I a short ;I nous by the supers iiiou An exchangfl
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: Xo. :1 \\'altIrt..,.r, CALLONS tort.n.l f.r !1. .:?. :; ; \ c 'M!\!JS: ,ION MIICHNTNv 100 III : l.yII. arc the persons who-e rulina 10Th."I'af, heji'ns! with and end
Friday
II-j' : .\plhchit'lIiJ.! FJ. 1. F. A15FI.L, I and extend his viewof municipal jilFiiirs.: : |
N". I \\it fOr free1: characteristic; ha'in survived the wrec-k wiTh! Friiav-lhi11; \ unlock* dav.-The
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N.v 2. i ? and
lrngi He I coiiMM.ied! .
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155- .\Uo. .\'ll."l: :)rti! '1it'i.tlisiTriiccC: i. a carriage being procurI -
>v .' .' Ajuu-iti.-iti.t, r i-a.ll. IW": !PI' ,t"I"'"f..t i I't.';ri; "- Co." and! i.j.: I Jdt-! I ;and i decayof natuie, I ll ls given proof of its''I I! the precious: pair stareil.: : The motion j jol i -Idi m of July cnuiesou S undny-very unlucky.For .

iwril 1u'it.u": ...*' !H4r'f..rd I Jonn. TITST[ TPCf! \'t'i per bus: Manhattan, !rurn Ntw I iinuiriti I'v .n. in.. .ihe.- .last., -Sometimes- --- ill thercisonsOtnetimfleS -_ ihe. vehicle. was a trifle. Ion much. for :j: I the first time in t the recoilcelion of the
n. Taylor, '- --- k tine ch Sea. I I
-- --- I a asrtniet! vl 'oLI'jll'.I", uncloudid : *
'f" .1\11.:1: ; :\ \ % I n l'OR\\\.ltJI\r> ; I I). '. Ilcn --, TiJjjtro, S '.i p, (Jj.ditSlarrh: ]]tne>'ie".1 trarujuility ;of delirium, ex- :them, and were soon in a pecuiiniiy: : sound oiesr! inhabitant, there will be no full moon
I in' I the incoherent ravines | s'ltinilJ this ear inllw i month of Febuniy-unltickv
".'. .\Ii'I in sfl. .'{" Is.irri'irhojre Wine: : Ieep. When t Ihpawoke., the sun w.
:.1 E''IU. II AN T, .\ Uc TIt ) NKI: n AXD COMMISSION
ti the of the II Ii&:=.
I ,. j M 1 t: I 1II \ N T. Lld Vincsar, v.hirb will f-snld[ I'm. pnssionfall I rom lips inj : g p'casntiJjy! i into the cnrriage.!: wliich mooT!?. Our t:: ti"nal; I political day begins
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X > \V *t.T- tr I ot their .
1 1111'.110'llh; : the chief impulses 'Ia! the 4li of March unlucky
: riDWAKD McCL'LLY murioie.-s! and in out 0" ihe nilu :
> J /tIr PaL was loo\ng
e. V .\11 t.t)1.! >: / <: a /.t1'-c D ." i \Vitr < t t. life. 1'he mtMiUil constitution; has a keynote I Thrre[ will he: nn prhrsr risible in the
cL -- --- (J.t : I .\I'\f.\'I1-\. r&. _'r ___ irn t window: thry: discovered; to th* ir exceeding il.iv.
Fr.iiii-is; .i.oIHnau, ----- I! whose f chocs arc heard; in death ; cr-\\ astonishment broad fields ar.d I \eir-unlucky? for the star-pazers. JJut a*
OAfJJ 1\1(;" JoI\'a LJCiu! ; I do. 1 ItI'H(1)! : great green
'".T t'.r-Af.- \\tit RKTA1I. KAI.H IV i. n. rsi'iH'o -I'.i 1;) UiireN :ol'tu,1'nl'lour! I ; i lain sounds have been ever recurring to the I trees instead of brick houses ami smoking !1\11; offset for the wholelaiui; ry i is lo be

r\; i.I i us., Hi f ;) )1'.;. ,sjluKS II.TSD : COM MISSION AND F ( ) IiV A R D I NG I pije.Madcin i Win.2o ,- ; ear ; and while the i harp is breathing its la- chirn:1C'JUJ upon inquiry learned that !! ble-t with two full mo.ons. nitd March with

(1.1'I1iNt;. ,. M : Hell ANT hoves Candle.ln; ( ;;) Hf-alin Se!ars. lost symphonies. those sounds still linger in I they were thirty vtilcs 'from Mobile.! The 'I ii'ii'a I.ke r.llnh..r-Ihis will be lucky and willicthap
-1' ( .h.n.Yl"I..t."af' ,ir..la. 11.i.: Nn. 7 (Jotuuibus P.I'iclc of
selection
cn esimht the dark
Fur sue by U.S. HAWLEY, expiiing cid'nceA; driver had] lost his as the alderman I ; -* iii: 0 -V liulit) rnouah over

11 It i\ '. -Sept.. .::! -I-.-,, -l I.- Ji'i.: Ap.i.ii'meol; .., Fa. D..c. -'i Water -'ieet. ;; be drawn from almost very department afterwards said!, either way intent tonally' or i iHI (fl'alnJ'l" nf th"ear_ to (\'trtme: all tvil

Wo oil A Co. of human life. Napoleon died in the : !! Rost'natiun.'
Stair A Co. the
and at HI o'clock! on morning pro
\ I' 1' : xr.u! : < ,\ s n TOMI \01 IS S 10\ rV<'\v Publications.COXFKSSIOXS "The fifth, ( purpose) .
AFCTIOV v COMMISSIONniriiAXT.( ) <. midst! of a violent tenipot. '!] \'lItfHll'I'ction day when the
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: I: urn ANTS AND tJixii\L: Am'TEn'.u'I.:, : UK! A PRETTYVOMCN ; May," says Sir Walter Scott, came amid t ; to meet each \ THE IlArrr (iir.f..--\\'" find! live rolftnvI -
N"; I. (2.ifl': ''J" B'.1I1d inc. ..\, A,. \. ; (' : ( : I 1-lirulia Wvinlluin! ; 1\\0 gicat pol'ICilll':1r1ies' were '
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f:. '::1 -\"aLtf'hilla : Chevalier 1/il.iriii.iiit.il! ; Li"laJlI1'"I.s; ; ; The wind I and rain.; Napoleon's passing spirit other "in imrshal: CllraIlierc I was one of I I tnj: i ill I the iot*iii / ../ :
n.r'nNCI :
-- .":\\. .tic Kay, -- MCST, TrkN t U'vj.i-, ) lu! ,h nm"I '-c., icc.. ju-t t received and lor was deliriously: engaged in a strife rnoie ter-j I! I the bulwarks of the democratic !party, and I I I i :Ay. ?!ie j i:1 Inj'p: ; .uttl : we know ?iy her
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j Jo. PJ. r.i.i. X Co. ( ,. &..ile hv H. I F. ALl.LL.Nue : rible t than that;. of the elements am ii ad.--- j his friend at a dista'ice: Irom home: -losr, like fresh looks ;nd I buoyant j.prils. 1)ofIn.
c: "i M M I s 'd] o X :[ n IS CHANT, i.\u \CKVT \ .,.o 4or.t.. : the lat which I .
d'armcc es-1 I do and'
I X .. \V..frMt.rt I.. r. L.7.* : \'A..V &, Lo. j( 11 1 Irii.rzit.I Till'orrl tcte I lie two babes; I in I ihe! wood." "Jcames. I and d.i\ (ut. &he has nieilun to ,

.' 1 I ;i.> i-J .\'Ilh, : ::li .I.l:1., n\; JOHN '.OIi,1'U'\t, jr. j J. "'on and rVaill'A ". raped; his lips, intimated that his thoughts' j eudtavoicd! to console the alderman wall :; she take hold of work a> if she did not IV; r

t.'I' -. .-- --- ,- -- ---- JUMN 1'ft A-R: & To Cti,: !II.n.! :[* Svi,l..'" I J''ron ; 200) keg* wen; watching the current of a heavy tight. I the reflection i liar t here was no sort of I I todnlv her hands, or Slit h'-r apron. Suchcirls

u. .'lti:2 Jt Co., C. C. 1. un 'i' iV C-t New Oi lean", 1100 Nails, joited sixes, for sue IvI' Alexander! :Adam the grammarian: imagin-j hurrv." for the driver could take 'cm in i we love and respect, \\her her we meet

\lJ -= < !10X MK1ICIIANTS. U-AHKKN CKOMWM., ). (..I.11m.III". (.... D.-r..1. DAY & CO. ed himself, in that .solemn hour at his old! j I in no lime'' because lie brought them out I them, in a palace or a liovel. Always pleasant -
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\". .Jj Water Street ; K. Aviit.E. : J -- employment of keeping school. \rhelilhe in i no time.I The dri'crao': i il1lmcciiatt'h'sUlllll1onl"d I and always kind they never turn up their
; J. IlAunix, Apaljebiri.la.UUNDLns :.lEn(.. around II
,1 death gatheicd 1.lIJller'ou behind
of his before face
.t1IC4I.rI)14.; I 1 Fa.t mists approaching; and ordered to lr-irnrss noses your or
QO JC..\SKjl"1:: '" r-vi\ed and now landing him, he t tuok their shadows; for the coming hors.es forthwith and drive to town ; hut he \ oumr h:1c1 They }have: more good sense
V Home Ov7 hoiri s.'hr. C-o F.nJ, far <.ile hvHM.1"
fr'T.
d".i t
Har.GO afternoon: I
T / \. II I1 .... *-/M...< of evening after a short winter's peremptorily refused lemarking in that pe- ;and better employment.; What are flirts
J.'J'I"'l.' hl 1111..1.\t ,
>iUi3-tX M KUCHA! NTH for sjle; by "
if his chs: said and bu-ile-bound in with
and, as dismissing that girls comparison
\'terstret4.. civil and delicate manner none
culiarlv
Nov. 1.1 1 I
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\O. 1: lurltiStrc'
ti .J/''#. Dee ." 2' Water stiee. ------- It grows d'uk ; lio\s, you may go.. but (cab and hack drivers possess, that he I these ? iood for uoihin: but to look at,
: -Orleans ) of Liverwort Pill whurl1olrishetl in the troublous I and that is rather Jive the
William disgusting.
ill's
--- -- -- -- ----- ---- Vow Efioncy I would! see the gentleman! continentally us

tI'J ?. (' )!Ki;:. AMOS Hnnv. EJtiols ami .Shoes.BOY'S FOR, C-jushs l'fldA, "'thinn, Snittinij!) ')t times of EII hmJ's history died exclaiming d-d first !" that: they had slept in the I industrious and happy cirl. and we care not

-- ----.-- --- I and Men'- RussISro,. ans ; >il, aid all I he af1l.: 'ion c.f the L'lnui "O, my country !" The la-i ; :all night ami his team; hadi/t had I II who worships fashionable and idle simple-

" .1. C. Allen, \" :.>vv'l anl: ) pi-;."il Kip Hrngan" ; l leading! to (Ci'iiSiunpl'on; \varrai.fed t lo bi> cni posed voids of Quincev, animated by a kindred e'er canine wink he wasn't a goin" to goand injure I f ions.

.s'III,; ....1t. fl'J] !n..lail U '.II"r ;0 (;.'iit. fin-: (V.f flrgai: ; f-f vegetable s'j'jiUnces onlv, !l.'r: ilv hv spirit wcre.u O t hat I might i live t to render .I a ; if Mobile: was

ff IJU"' -, MKUK'IN'ES.. PAINTS, nIT'. U'tn's {lejrM! nid! .,-w'I S'joes; ChilJren'ddo. 1o.S3er aiih1_'J. C. ALLP.N. one last service. Law- his employers properly \Ve saw a newspaper boy cniefully shunning -
---- roun'ry 1 Islanu! into the bargain.
( ; I. and MOP Shoes my ruined and I'mto's
v-s Kid ;
iron
rtins: : i \ c.c. I..uhe
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al-o Snp.-r; .: ..' e'i..r.e and: fine Calf H' .ts. C IKXP: rFULICATlONS{ ju-t recchcd; ant lence passed i into another world during the After the lapse of some lime the drivers obstinacy every female that comes in his way,
for !aa hv of naval engagement the blood al- as he was selling his along Market
.7 ynitnt tirtntfut ('f A large a.al; extensive assortment j'l-t received heat a was overcome, and the worthy papers
1, '' -. ''' \' Nov Qi 1 I'J.. C. ALLF.NVimlov from'his wounds exclaim mornin One of his fellows
\ TATIONKUY, :1''c.. andl"ri1c bW1. G l'OTITl.n.CO.: flowed profusely dci oman; ami friend arrived just in time-to street yesterday
r." -it '!-i"siiut & Coniinrrr trps:, the The death, ked him what he'' 11 it for. "Why,"
1 ,. !Dee 5 \Vaterstreet. \ (1iss. inDIII1't give tip% [ ship.! be too I lite Dave ."Walker, whig, had been a>
1:14. '
Ap.tI.eIiirOh. __ S of Im'halt'; was: the death of a Frenchman that the sail: the intinerant vender! of news "did nt
--- Seed.A : BOXES |iM nreived. 7 by 0, by in ) elected The onlv consolation;

rvr" H. S. lluxvlcyXO Clover ot Red Not them Clover .>0 H\) by 1_, 11 by H, 11 by"10, and I I2 bIb "\ :and a soldier. When the aid of a prie-'t "smiire and] his friend can derive from this you read in the papers thai cotton had been

I;! \ COnflSoIOIEHCJIT..p .f\ Flp.mads Srvd for sale: bypnll Urge formic: by ['novA] J. C. ALLFX.BuiItIiic was offered him he declined the otter. ul uufoitune occunencc is the reflection thai discovered to be explosive. 1 ilareot go

No. 2*> Water street, said he. "lo I teach me how '* behind with bustle on."
II. r. Am:!. need no'prifst: L1acan be aitarzcd1o1c driver a woman
Apalacbicoh Fa. I ols for Sale or to Kent, 7,0 _
.._ i__ ; to die ; I have learnt it in the school of bat
---- u.ii ;iii* and Etopc.l IVEIl.L Lots well situated in different [urt:I tle." He was shot in the garden of Luxembourg The editor of the JJoston l'oslsa\'s : All NEw MOTIVE PcnR.Aml..ee: has

"'i.".:' I ;i: .\very A' Jouo MIJRCIIAXTSNo. ", PCS: lJ.;iins ; 30 "' >iU R"!"'. for sale by of the ei y. Apply t.iNOiRE and when an attempt was made that i in IIf'Cf'sarfur the erijo>inetii t>f s-ui-; put up a i'W mill which is riven! l lay th,,
MCfniMISSIOX ,, 0 !? : STONE & co. ;
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[From he National Intelligencer' ] [Correspondence of the Baltimore American ] sary ; all this force to !lie, disbanded at the nearly) the same as has been returned in SHORT GOVKRNORS': AIISSAOrsThe: 1 LIEUT-COL.: I5LACK{ iTSXXSYL' -'
WHAT NEXT WASHINGS!! Jan. 5. endThe of the VULUNTLLRS.1JIl
war. previous trials and should effect-
serve as: an message of Governor Young, of New York,
If any judgment may be safely pronoun great event of the day has been the Mr. Atchison, of Mo. was elected Presi- ual rebuke to the culpable carlessncss the A pretty incident i is mentioned in

cal upon the incidents of!the I last three days, summary defeat of the President's recomden I pro tcmpore of the Senate without opposition government functionaries, through which, I' covers but two columns and a third of the 'itlsburg (Pa.) American, as ,IL

the Executive of the United States has entirely mendation to appoint a General Officer to and took the chair, ihe Vice President alone, the whole difficulty has resulted. In New York Tribune. Governor Shunk, of curred having a

lost the confidence of the (popular take command of the military forces of the : being absent. this respect the developments of the trial Pennsylvania, has presented the Legislature at ihe presentation of a sword |0T

branch of Con ress ; not that of the parly country during ihe war with Mexico. The j I The House passed the bill lo raise ten amazed every body who heard it. Beginning a message which makes but three columns) Co I. Black, of the 1st Regiment of pensylVania 1

opposed to the Admin'mration! which it message was acted upon by the Military j thousand regular; troops, with one amend- with a mass of blunders which at the. Volunteers. The father off*
could hardly: be supposed lo have possessed Committee this morning, and of the nine ment-providing that the troops should be first showed a balance against the defendant and : half of the Philadelphia Ledger. 3. is a clergyman, and ;!

!, but to ihe party lo which itself belongs.To members of the Committee only one was I disbanded at the close of the war. of nearly $GOOOO, the government, under The message of Governor Temple, of the of war when consequently,not,

such an extent does the distrust of Exe in favor of sustaining the recommendations I The Oregon bill was debated. This bill successive revisions and readjustments covering little Stale of Delaware, on the outer (hand, man ; yet, his country talk

cutive recommendations prevail, that it of the President This is as cruel a rebuff' ,' establishes; a territorial government over the space of about twenty years, has covers nearly seven columns of the Wilmington for aid, he gave his son to her erowo

seems hardly possible that; any one of I hem in :Mr. Polk, who asked for power to make Orepon.There is a provision in it excluding reduced this balance by vouchers"mislaid Journal. with a good man's blessing and biPti:

should succeed. the appointment' as lu Col. Benton, who : slavery from the lerritory. and accidentally found," &c., to about with a father's tears. The ::

Yesterday was mal ked in ihe House!! of expected the office. The{ action of the There was much debate on the subjectof S5,000, and successive trials by jury have The contract for ihe public : of Col. B.'s following h Ib
Representatives' by an occuirence a more Committee was acquiesced in unanimously the elective franchise as provided for i inIhis placed the boot on the other fool.-[Tallahassee priming to I port speech, ,as given i iAmerican iQ IL t

directly disrespectful lo a distinct and ex- by the House of Representatives, and the bill. The Iwo Native American repre.entatives Sentinel. Congress has been given to Messrs. Crosby :-

express! recommendation III'the President yeas and nays were not ('aJledlur to save the Mr.] Campbell New York, and I -_ __ Van Benlhuysen of the Albany Argus. This sword has been handed) lornen

in reference lo the conduct of the ;Mexicanwar ft'clings of the Executive. Mr. Levin, of Philadelphia opposed the 1 n ocT hey were the lowest of soine twelve,bidders sluallet, which means for me, that ion I I

than'en the'ot, .Satuiday: againstthe : --------- provision that gives every one a right to vote, COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. and their sel .ction be regarded ne trouble, there is no use for a seal
proposed \VarTe\as.; or the proposition [Correspondence of the Charleston Conner.] and renders every one eligible to office. may bard.' This token of affection has reacht

on Monday, from a Democratic quarter, for WASHINGTON: : Jan. 10. Jut it was explained that there were per --APALACHICOLA- SATURDAY, JAN. 33,-1647.CC as the first step lowartls the removal of the my heart without wounding it. ]Jj j h,.

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On Monday the President had, in :a special h House, in favor of Mr. Rathbun's substitute soil, who had given every evidence of a /- The following gentlemen are authtrizedA W The nomination of Sills; bloodless victory. I will take it with n,

Message, recommended, among; other for the Army Bill, providing fur volunteers common interest with all others in ihe )vet- gents for the COMMERCIAL: ADVERTISER, will I Wright for ihe Presidency will follow, of and use it. I I should fal in battle, I I.
instead of re ulars. The substitute though fIre of the who fall pressing to ., and if it elu//
thing!:!; the addition to the Army of a General ; community, were nol receive and receipt[ subscriptions, or advertisements course. my
Officer (a Lieulenant-ieneral) lo serve carried in Committee of the Whole, was citizens, and because there was no establish :- without me, you may find it stained .:;:

during the war, lo command all the forcesof lost in the House by a majority of one vote. ed authority in Oregon that could admit 11FSSRS.1IASOY: &; TUTTLE, 38 William Street, f /" W. R. Myers, of Hoyt memory, has I my blood, but not with my dishonor.-

every description! encased in il ; and the A reconsideration( will be moved, but will these persons to citizenship. New York.DAVID recently been divorced from his wile Virginia ((Here Message was referred to the Committee on not, in my opinion, succeed. There is a A statement made by your New Orleans BRAVO, Es':' ;., New Orleans. father at his side, paused, and, reaching

Military Affairs in each House. I Immediately ) growing disposition in the House to sustainthe correspondent, as to matters relative to the Major"VV.M.V.: JACK. CHEEVER HARDMA.V, Ksq.; Albany, Ga. by the Va. Legislature. his hand, ihe old man stepped forwards;

on the opening of the selling of the I:xcdUive in all the measures recommended Ad-de-camp of General Scott, has been republished ---.------- ----: -__-:_,-Hufaula.-_-_-_-Ala._- --___-_ FLOODS IN OHIO.-By telegraphic doss the Colonel remarked,) pert t1 my undtnc
for( carrying on the Recent here and u ter. (Tremendous'
House of Repiescutaiivesesterday; morning war. several letters have : cheering and great
the Chairman: flf the Militaty Commit intelligence from :Mexico goes to strengthen been !shown to me corroborating it. ECFAULA BRASS BAND.-Our city ha patch, received in Piitsburg, at the office ol( nation) I cannot speak further You set a

tee of that House (Plr. HaraUon: ) moved, that disposition. ]It is now found licit: The abolition paper of ibis cily i is slated just been honored by a visit of this Band. the .American, they learn that (here has been know me. I've gone lo school \it '} JOI.

under instructn! < from his rnmmiitee, there is no prospect of securing peace, or to have 11.000 subscribers at iwo dollars The impressions they have left behind are sustained a damage of from one to two mil- played with you-quarrelled with a.

(consisting of six gentlemen/ ol the Democratic even' an amicable negotiation, that !Mexico each. It was boasted that they would start t of the most favorable chancier, as gentlemen lions of dollars in ihe Miami Valley, by the loved you the belter. \\herevf ,.h _ur

paiiy and) tluee.. Whins: ) that the ;is resolved) upon continuance of the war. with fifty thousand. of intelligence and overflow of my tell he pitched on pia ns ut?' t6.
as continued
amatnre
rains in the
committee be discharged) lYmn the furtherconsideration Though the intelligence received last night;; The printing of Congress, under a law of performers Great West, where the sun sends his shadows I

of sn m.irh of siid ;Message.as ; ; *of Sanri Anna's m'lvanre towards Sallillo is the late session, is to be given out upon contract : certainly more accomplished (Iran Miami, White, Sciola and Cryahoga rivers play in summer; or sung to sleep bj t I..

.. recommends the amhuii/.atioti; 1'f the appointmenl not confirmed by official account, yet it is lo the lowest bidder. The proposals: any band we hare ever seen. During iheir waves of he Southern sea, I hat keep the

*If Lieutcnant-Ceneiai(; nod that.. credited heie. Congress must do one of were to be decided upon on ranrda- stay they favored us with I two concerts, one O7 The Hon. Isaac Pennj backer.: Sen- revels ;.t midnight ; or am involved in (iii

it be ordered to lie on ihe lallt! ; and, without Iwo things-withdraw the troops and arrest There were numerous Competitors for it. I at the Town Hall, which, we lo ator from Va., died! Washington on ihe thunders t of war at St. J uan de Ullua, ore
:* word! of debate, it rr./s ordered, without the war: or furnish means for its vigorous learn (hat the lowe bid i is put in by the regret say llth inst. il. the memory of this day and its\ku+dna
prasectuinn.: The latter is the determined was a very indifferent place-lasl nighl aria will visit mt', sweet as the br\
an audible dissenting voice, I.... lie vn lie course Albany Argus cncrrn-90melhio; like warm nth 61
tal'e! ti Iu,n. The next thing to be consi- one fifth of the price allowed by the act of {iher at the :Mansion House, a room heft er Mr. I Ficklin in his speech again t sleeping child' on lie cheek of asfrfiumother. '

What is to be done III'XI'e' have no tiered i is, whether Congress shall take into 1819. !Mr. Isaac Hill, formerly Post mast er adapted, and where the audience) had an opportunity (Gen. Taylor about Federalism I pray our separalioji rO-1
idea. How should \H', after what h.is occurred their own hands the management of the war General, claims thai his is ihe lowest and witnessing all they could accomplish slol..e SUIf'llillg may not be. a final and eternal \'{ .
since the first d.iof this ? or commit it to the Kxecutivc. The formercourse most favorable bid. and blue lights-when Mr. Shenek -- --

The Secretary the Tte.ismy new officially tear is impracticable' : : and absurd, and, The matter is important in a political; l ; which was a masterly effort. The of Ohio, playfully asked he ref erre I fo COMMERCIAL l ; MAUIN'E STATES.. UI' TiE rXJ';

declares to llie Cluneelloi' of the E\ehe- mnicovir, the I'residcnnl must, after all 1, point of view. Hereafter, ihe press in the& pro ram"'e" was large and consisted of ihe thos lighs by !the aid i .)Ir. Fnlkpilolted \ 20.RSiR

finer (as John Randolph used! to term the under the ConMituliou, carry into execution city i is to be divorced from the Government.t farorite fashionable; airs of the day ; we .Sun/a Anna into(11C/cl the harbor. I'cra D.'.'IFlr'-'J.IU:, .v .IS
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tf \ will now
Chairman; of the (Committee; of \Vajs and 1 the laws, wh.ilever they may be. The President It must depend upon ihe people and notupon were particularly pleased with No. 1 proceed to sh
is fur Oua rCruz The Illinois General silent but you ;amount of commercial
rf"pnnsible carrying on the war. Government was lie
lool
Means that without i the i
I of patronage.
) imposition "
He tclte Club, four Flutes ; Strikes Light," 1\\ by the states of Europe: and'
will be
duties on two certain+ ;+ fn.,' aiticles.: he can held to strict account for the the House had a hearty laugh. I n I
obtain KMII. war and its result. Therefore, it is argued TilE OLD FEDERALISTS: Band ; "No. 4 Quartette Club," four Flutes; L'niifd States of America at the j p'r*
not possibly by lo
all.mlIlrJ that the l'residenlshuulJ be furnished with The Richmond Whig, in noticing t ihe} ;Moore II"\I ,Irivt-tlhe statement* from thus
carry on ihe (;o\'l'rnmrili. The House ultepresentativcs f Mary Quick Step, and Stars ApPol\'n"T BY Gov. MOSKLKV-! : -The
| die Executive such means for I prosecuting, the war, as he, December number of the American Renew little Summer's Mils and other representatives of the (lift
being : ,
appri/.ed: by his ( ; with all we were Legislature having!! adjourned without making nit countries, and in must instant f.,
t tv:
upon responsibility and! his full I
of this upon has
communication
hlite the
Secretary organ, ,It.clan's.oll the next day _of i\\& knowledge of the circumstances, as derived subjoined comments on an articleupon pleased lo see the audience so large, which J the :appointment of Judge fu I the Southern ) 111.1} be regarded: as entiielv ;uitbe, tie:

meeting; by a vole of mote than two tunc. o from officers in command, deem necessary.. I a work recently published, entitled: was composed of the elite and fashion of our Circuit, the GU\ror. on :Mom'wy' last, :\TI" AMOUNT Of TO.V1JGI

Ihat it will !lay no such taxes I This argument will prevail. Memoirs ol the Administration of Washington l city. re-appointed Hon. ChORGl. :\\ICR.-r Great; Britain......3,100.000

The President and the government paper The bill lo raise ihe len thousand regulartroops ; and. John Adams ; Edited from t the)| -" -_ ,. the the office. We think this most 1 judicious i' Fiaiice. .590.000

simultaneously urge: upon Congress the will in my opinion, pass ; and it will I papers of Oliver Wolcott, Secretary! oft the): (05s): In a recent decision of Judge Low-' I "e"t'l, and Norway.4-0.000
be followed bill appointment and the only one which Holland.. .. ............
vigorous pteM'culion III! the U'nr, and one soon by a to authorize the Tieasury, by George Gibbs rie in ihe District Court of Pittsburg, a verdict .3,001
of the most Intl tit'tni.tl membeis/ of the appointment of a Lieutenant General. The : of 1500 rendered should have been mlle, under the circus Prussia.225,00"<

which elected) I the President, lorihuith/ party Piesidetil d" ems this office necessary, in ]In all, ,the sentiments of this article we do were lo Mr. ScantIf stances. Judge M., we learn, has been Austria .. .. ..............I0.I.UU

motion to presents order lo prevent any difficulty which not concur'; but no one can peruse it withoutbeing for injuries sustained by his wife, by Two.Sicilits.._......... )
a ( appropriate; money lo de may highly acceptable in the Western Circuit, .20dOOt
fray the expense i for a proposed IH'IIliatiof.1.! arise between Generals Scott and Taylor: aslo satisfied l that the old Federal party>, the explesion of the boilers of the erwhere Sardinia .............170 000
the which, since ihe Administration of1r.; he last presided, and is highly es-: Denmark .......
for Peace, and comes ihiti; one vote of command. He desires it, also, for Culler. The decision of Judge L. were 10 + ..155,000
carrying; it (he purpose of putting at the head of all 1 ;Momoe, has been extinct, (at least by that the effect. tint earners of seemed as an+ upright honest man, and of I' (.Ireere .II S.I//100'

Thirdly. The President,, recommends, as movements Mexico; some person who has appellation) was most harshly judged by i its persons are answerable good legal abilities ; the greatest 1 requisitesPnnlic Turkey. O.IOO
hi- entire confidence and who be will triumphant opponents, and has been subjecicd only for injuries arising from their Portugal /
)his may for J Fluridiun. /
leading;: measure for giving the :& *! al ilcceptable u< greatc i in";; lo carry out his general views, under to most unjust and unmerited imputations. ,- negligence or want skill. It was in evidencein Spain i .HO.OOO
the
possible efficiency t to in the
the establishment of the office Army of I/icnien-war, such instrui lions as will leave to the officer( The attempt recently made, in" high this case that the boilers of tint Culler hrt.nteu............ ........60.001)

much discretion, and t the quarters," lo revive political names no longer old IICCIhI Hamburg............. ..57.,500I
:1111.General, (nrpeihaps Field Maishal; pevent necessity were having been in use on two boa is
nnd the '! the louse( )- (If a I fnqneiit appeal lo the Governmellilur"ISII significant;; of the principles and systems oul At a large and highly respecable meeting I I- Hanover and Oldenburg.....37.000Id
next
vciy : ; ;i'ay i I S committee! of front K+-|"further IPseutalivesdise.hargesii ucl iUlls. He desires it, also, because, of which they originally sprung, imparts! for t five or six years before they were placedon of the citizens of Apalaehicola, he Russia ..... ... ....... ......).UvOIonian

care uI'tie project and nails it, like a ill his opinion, his view; cannot be carripclIJlII fresh interest to this effort, too long postponed board the Culler. Hence the verdict on the 16th inst., his Honor the Mayor, Islands.-0.00

bad<< dollar, to the conulri. by a mere soldier however gallant and) to vindicaia the reputation of some of for the plainlifiV. B. S. HAWLEY, was called to ihe Chair :Mecklenburg Schweren.. .-6.0(1+

What: next Who can tellIN skilful he may be in his profession, fur diplomatic ihe purest patriots and wisest! statesmen, t Roman States .. .. .39000
: and civil powers arc to be vested however mistaken, they may have bee in (O)/*' At Pittsburg; Jan. llth, the thermometer and N. CRUGER, Esq. requested to act as Tuscany ..... 25.000
.
'TIIK ADMINISTRATION; i is at. this i in this officer. some of the opinons they held and avowed fell to 19-fell 33 in 8 hours- Secretary. Belgium.. ..... ..... :.IOU)
moment: I t The to which this nation has: given birth-men Luces................. .. .2IM.OO
yin ihe
great argument Creationof Col. G. SEat in few but
of against A.
a position painful emliaria; ""men"Woutried :.- talk of changeable weather in the South ils: very appropriate I
i his office is that it who with all their lalitudin.irian notions of U. States of Alllerie.. .:,4i t,000
be
in he seems In
: hou of proposed
< iis fijends
e it cannot ; i- ;after this. words, explained the object i of t
for the of all constitutional construction, as well as with i --
itsadvrrxaiics purpose shifting .
turn to
for responsibility
except' justice, cur tin lire still more objectionable opinotis of ihe meeting : to lake into consideration ihe Total I. .. .. .......8.;
'and thai is probably! what it most dreads. conduct of the war fiom, the President i i- 'a orThe::: which passed through 3-.00
The refusal to lay duties on t-i and; cuf.rel' to some other IfOrson-pe..haps :1I13euton. r. few' ofll..m. in reference to the necessity of St. Louis express few since Geo. Kearney {propriety of celebrating the 22d of February Of wIlier the citizens the lilld 5,.

last S iturday., and ih"* ,II'I illt-elr'j ction', !If that were lo be the result, the stronger central goverment than lhat pro i ; day to on which occasion he hoped :\1 the as is seen, owr, \elnih to ihree-rijhuLITKRARY '

cm Tuesday of the.. President's tequesl for' project would and, !should! be universally) vided for by the constitution never, in their in California, it appears contained orders citizens would unite in doing) due honor to
the scouted, as it when first boldest suggestions, dreamed of investing for him Fe with all iheavailable "n"II ."
appointment: ul'a Lienteu.-int( General; I' : was talked of.- to quit Santa : : BL\DErS.- } s-
the natal of the Father of his
while i I ilipy I i intimate i a total; alien.iiion i of II I I II'I I But it cannot be 'o. On the contrary, t the the Federal= Executive with a lithe ol the forces and to join Gen. Taylor. day Country learned laity to her ding Abagail.Mj: 1

majority of ihe Hou( .- from ;Mr.I Polk, President is to be made more directly res- power which a Democratic president, a Heeling The and that party feelings would be Milled and some spirits for the lamps,and tell Mr. 1
may of these Generals will
co-operation two
be supposed also to imply a determination l'ul..ihlc. : for the conduct ufthe war; through to be rigidly scrupulous in the interpretation business cares laid aside for the moment ; um th.it chit last he sent was so very .

on the pact of Consr>>s lo terminate the+' this confidential Lieutenant, who is to re- I oft lie charter from which he derives no doubt render the office of Lieut. General! he his remarks by moving tint i that it only seret lo make the ,Ja.Jnf. : 1

Mexican pi esenl his views and policy in the t field. all his authority, does not hesitate lo entirely cost't Ihle:' Beity. and away f
wr; speedily, if not It superfou5.
:a t Chair
) treaty committee of 16 be appointed by ihe ; 'l'ltie,1
exercise It would be
then by discontinuance of: The general outcry in ihe [House! againstthe I well if some ol II JOsewhu --- -- ----- ran with the which she Jrlnasfollows l
aggressive; >> oner- repeat, like well-tanlht { ( 7** A Charleston {ester writer who should an orator and reader
nioll. appointment of Mr. Benton, may pre- ; parrolsphrasesIhe says :- reeommt'ut :-" :Missis says, ale law sp

lIt is net lo be disguised,l, further, that anew vent him from accepting the office, though! j meaning of which they as little comprehend The Hon. I. Q. Adams i is recovering from for that day, which resolution was you sent want good for and I .'?

clement of combination is exhibitingtilself as I learn, the Senate is in favor of the of-, would study the early history of I,:'rthe paralytic stroke" which took him down adopted. served lo make \the\ darkies mibtralU, 4
five and 1 of the lies in the United States, and learn from *'
<< weak it
in the man. ,
so was.
branch
popul-ir : III'the ;ali"naloILegislature. .how lar the bit some short lime since, and is extremely' The Chair ihen appointed ihe committee
which is destined! I repeat, that the (House will agree to ihe (powers now actually exerted
to exercise
a Lieutenant before ihe Federal Executive transcend in anxious lo leach Washington, where it issupposed who, after a few minutes of consultation City Council Proceedings
:;.potenI iII inllnence in contrellm the 'future Generalship the essiu"cICls ( scope
The and magnitude all thai the old F Federalistsm he intends deliver his their chairman Col.A. 'l. CHAMBER.
'organization of paties. The vote of t the{ s. House has been undecided to farewell reported ihiough COUNCIL .

I 1 House on Wiluiul's proviso lastsession. ,, upon I the 'Iuesl ion. The proposition was claimed as belonging to the cOlllhinedaClion accJr'ss." G. Semmes, that they had selected for FRIDAY EVE.M.NG, Jan. 15, lS7 .
:.and yesterday arried in of all the departments of ihe Federal I Called Present Benjamin S. Ifs )
the vote on Mr. Preston Iviii2' resolu"lion : Committee of ihe meeting.
!! -; Reader J. CARAWAY SMITH, Eq., and fur
Whole teller Government If Alexander Hamilton and! M.ivur Councilman, Me ?r liutrVhrt3 :1;
some days will denote tlrri by 84 to GBut& after 1r. CARRIER PIEo .-Two splendid carrier ; ; #
ago.
of the new basis of association and nature action'to Kathhun's substitute was adopted, the proposition John Adams, (he most ultra, in this re>pect, flew board the Clarissa. Orator, L.V.. SPKATT, Es!q.Mr. \'ran, PJOH Green, Hancuck and I
pigeons on '
t'--' which} we refer. The was twice rejected. The {land bills ol'tire great party of which they were thclealers ship J. H. (111 moved that .committee The minutes of Ihe last mttlerl' 1
impression evident l- could Perkins! bound to New Orleans, Dec. 10 the Clerk whereupon. Day ,t31td that
rise from ,
their .
(
to in the ,
ly.prevails\ eimong; the Northern ,; are come up Senate to-morrow. graves they of arrangements be appointed, and by an the that no :
tofithc! AdminUtu'iion iippuiiers would be startled lo see how (far their obnoxious in (lat. 45 18' N., 17 55' W.--terra firmaby' opinion o1tl1 CItytl.wtY ,
ihatis to eay: among; WASHINGTONJAN.. 11. theories have been transcended amendment of Col. Win. A. Kain, lie a 1 I" could! he the Council uul'"
the represctilnuiesfiom the sli\eliuMing; ) ; The Senate distant 700 miles ; they were easily secured, rafted a ol llhe of the Cocnf
be
appears to wound up for the daily practice of the President! whoso appointment of said committee was given to majority vle .
Stales, thai the war with :Mexico was: provoked action. Its holeinn silence will be soon( broken and have been carried 'lo N. O. where theyare he therefore moved seconded by )Jr. Grc.unend .
friends nevertheless still the Chair. The Chair, named
rife
and apply names accordingly I the last inettiRS t'' .
the of
t
precipitated, and 11,;(( it is i ucprosecuted )IW away, fur nearly half the session has; which those theories rendered now i in possession of a gentleman of that minutes '' .
unpopular lo the James W. <
for ihe of following gentlemen : king out thenametf Gall'r.
purpose mainly passed and have heard] little
aggrainli'rig we from
away Ihe party lint is striving to check their I hold, city. br M.i tcrami Luca
Benjamin ;r
: the South and strengthening them. J. H. Hull, 31. P. Ellis, 1u
They
must unmuzzle
soon their "
.Southern and daring usurpations and lo reestablishthe i kin as City Watchmen, they having: r
institutions and determinationiis wisdom." Republican principles of which James &:?" The steamer Penobscot, a Boston N. J. Debloisv.. ,V. Sims but flit votes each-motion 3tlplt.

ribose becoming; equally evident on the part of ;Mr. Allen offered a declaratory resolulion Madison was the most distinguished exponent and Bangor packet, while laying at East D. J. Day, A. G. Semmes Thereupon said names were slrlan II .
repicsenlativs to put an end to I the I to the effect that '
with a e view to securest I the Clerk, and the nunutta- iuerde
a
and
,%var.; which has become one of champion. It i is (10 be hoped, Boston, took fire, and was consumed loss 1 31. Wright, W. T. Wood,
'
eonqur.aud speedy peace, an additional volunteer forceis : however, tint the body of the aprro .d. \:
wiibit. to end also the territorial extension necessary ; that the war wilh Mexico be great people 40,000, no insllrance.o W. A. Kain, J. C. Allen Mr.1 Da* mooed)?seconded by Mr. Pa}J;

of flavery.Thai : prosecuted with increased energy ; that (ii: lo are so not transparent os "ineffably an stupid"artifice justifies as the resort in On motion of \V. T. Wood, the Chair the Council proceed' to the election! 1.1'.Ish'r > j |

soifce such issue as this must mine, Public Domain be set aside and pledged leo us ( It is staled that from 2 to 250 de- and two City Watchmen-adupW'
supposing its authors believe them lo I be. was added to the committee. J. Sbrp+
Charles
the ballots,
.sooner or later has been ( ,
obvious Ioluti ':
long .since. secure the payment of the principal and interest They are sagacious enough not to( confound i ;ire now in the city of New York ,, elected t
4'or tint reason. :i.. fur other ic.isons, it of ihe seters Mr. J. C. Allen moved the publication of r> the Kmrth ballot, declared
public debt, contracted on account names with things--and lo transfer the from thp several regiments that have been Master he received five 'otest.
be the having
met with resolutions. *
may The foregoing
Genius of the
COlulJCHure. and
war; to provide pensions odium ol'an unpopular epithet to a pa rjr equipped and sent out that b.tl I uting Watchmen si'arately. In
I of
Nationality may which is struggling to avert the establishment adjourned on a km was on the fourth ballot ,
J.C it ;js soleci It rnninalc: aggressivecraiions t : i or fall in the war and that ihe Committees Jl and ThornasTr
; principles, by the men who cunning- : :*: Miss Demier made by 3Ir. W. W. Sims. ha\'in received live votes, j,
OL/: whom all
'1Ji ; jgainU: Mexico, the policy: of on Finance: and :Military Affairs be instructed li it to them much we recollect having also received five votes on Ibe fla c
ly apply as more obnoxious j B. S. HAWLEY .
withdrawing our troops to some line which to bring in a bill in conformity with and dangerous than hose he as second dancer to Madame Augusta has Chai'n.N. tot, was declared. duly eleclcd. .'- ,
(
( advocacy;I
'
shall be fixed as our frontier towards exicumay these views.The of which overthrew the federalists the; recently fallen in with a rich uncle in Louisiana ( CRUOER set y. The M-ayoc presented Commumclo
as
be adopted, so thai a defensive attitudemay Janwr* L. Barber and \Vm. Fosttr.resl lofficw
resolution lies over, and will ultimately i principles asserted by the federalists were I at whose, request she has "left the filth !
second and Engineers tfPJ
be maintained until a treaty: of pacifipation lead to debate all FEDERAL a;
a theses
great on RELATIONS. member of the Clr
and boundaries is more i objectionable than Ihe opposite views turmoil of the green room" for the ease Department which were read by Ihe
arranged.: subjects.Mr. Iowa
entertained by their Republican cutemJ'D' Legislature was highly indignant at on motion of Mr. Day. duly secondedreived.
ii [Haitimure i American.ALAHMISO Dix, from the Commute on Military rIrics. and elegance of private life. ihe Speaker-of the House when he announced Whereupon Mr. Day moved,,

I : -- Affairs; reported a bill lo provide for the appointment him a member of the committee on by : lr. Cult that the Ccjhcil prucee'1'!

k : $I>RKAI: > OF COXSCIKXCB.'An ; : .- of a Lieut. General, to command UMTKD: STATES: vs. R. J K. C.LL.TheU. Washington lelter writers stale, (al h Federal Relations." "Look here, : Engineer to, fill[ said Cmc -- Prr t.

i architect of this| city wlto was applied to the army to the United Slates. S. District Court for Florida, now in f/om high quarters of course,) that Speaker. said he none of your tricks up\I. oa counting the ballot,\*>; Kob*

for the d sJ; n*, &c., of anew chits+;h, refused This bill was made the order of the day:i' session in this city, has been occupied t five Robert is preparing: a scheme, by which You need'nt think that, received seven votes \vd i declared dil,{.r'

declared duly
r I building wa< likely to be consecrated to Mr. Dix, from the same Committee reported cause. The matter was committed your rigs upon me. I am not as green i as ceved seven votes wa .
t raised lo meet the in the Engineer of the Fire DeI+artmel+t
I \, Unitarian religion. lo which he was con ci-: a e bill In increase the mililaryeslab- lo ihe jury last night, who returned for deficiency McKay you suppose. Go to thunder with your Mr. Green moved, seconded by )

entiously opposed. This beau those lender lishment of the. United Stales and fur olher} a verdict that the said defendant is nol Tariff of'47. This functionary finding that federal relations I have'nt one of them in that the Council proceed to elect .*

hearted abolitionists. who refuse lo cat purposese indebted lo the said plaintiff;; but the. said the million are not to be chouced out of the world-and \oul 'nt own him if I had." the year 1317-adopled ; whereupon y

sugar because it is ihe product oC l.ive, This bill differs somewhat from that of plainlff( is justly indebted to ihe said defendant their tea all coffee, adroitly moved seconded by Mr. Wyman, that
labor. Uut have friend. whose the House. Has feature in ihe of propses a tax motion'
i we a our te newer on : one sum $8,463 37. 'l'hejurJ- three Assessow which
refuses wash the of of nine of all of on plate, jewelry, watches, &c., alias, robbing AN ALARMING THREAT.-A clergyman i1ctld. the b IM o
to baby mornings, inasmuch Regiment Dragoons, Infantry ; men high character and most of them being from because And thereupon counting "
as she is convinced that the 13iii le appointment of an additional Major to each skillful accountants-was undoubtedly one Pt'ler to pay [Paul.: he prohibited fornristsaid preaching, Ellis s and Wm. lone having reeate J1 .
was non-con-
to
does not sanction the principle of infant Regiment, to be laken from ihe Captain'sof of ihe most competent that could have been i i thejud es: each were duly L

baptism. The' man who broke Lord Ro 8- I he Army ; an additional General, withT'Ink selected for the trial of a cause of this na-; GROWTH OF WASHINGTON, D. C.-The from'The treatment which I have rt'Ccivecl) Mr. Green from the Hospital
ke's telescope on the ground that itVa!! arHIl'ay equal to a Lieut. Col. of Cavalry lure, involving a mass of complicated accounts growth of the Capital of the U. S. has more you than will a thousand probably cost *the lives of ted that to the render late Council such assistance hadauthorrtnittee o 11a:!

I wicked 10 pry into the secret things) of Heaven ; two Assistant Adjutant Generals with I extending over a series of years within the twelve months past exceeded any He was instantly arrested persons.. pauper w would enable her to reach
on of
t. has his fellow in a merchant we arejicquainted rank and pay as Capt. of Cavalry ; iwo Deputy and embracing, as we understand, upwards olher year in the "memory of the oldest this alarming threat, and an account; and that the Committee wer i
f : wilh, a furious Prole'tantvh.o Paymaster Generals; many clerks for I o[ 3000 ilems. The investigation wasmost demanded. explanation repOtle passage for her awl woud,

l; discharged a cannon: for the reason that 1 1t hist the samo to be taken from civil -life; additional j patient, elaborate and impartial, and is highly | inhabitant. There were built within the 'Nothing i is the Trtasnry for the amount nced WOn -

:lrt was +marked I t CGG-ihe number of the Paymasters, not exceeding one lo honorable to the learned and accomplished past year 208 dwellings-86 brick122wooden of more plain, said leave'he ; in de- minion the Counci then 3dlru"1
i priving
CIiIS; in revelations.( Yankee Doodlf.l each Regiment, to be appointed; if neees- ( Judge, who presided The verdict is I making a total of 5,725. other resource me a than parish, you me no HAWI.EV.
to become
I physician.: W't. VALL1tIC, Clerk. :r
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9" \vin' M of.\ev recently DNTIS TRY. Apalachicola Exchange. U. S. Mull Arrangement.THE .
Tlie. young MI i" i honor "f "K-NRT Per steamer -\ugu.la-9G bales cotton to T II BAUGTeiittiky..d IL a 12 TR-. PARSONS I, THE subscriber informs his friends Steamer D.
spleJiti \\\hi. ,Au-iin A:: Co S to Win G Porter Ac Co 13 to A 1/undee. .... ..yd 16 a 17 respectfully announces to AtGUSA. \
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and in become
a the that he has r1c;: :: N.
gave: "present were Peanut .... ... \J the citizens of that he i is public McLean, latfr. 1
.%* the guests I X :McKay.; do, 19 boxes tobacco and 1 lot hides! yd a 13 Apalchicola. prepared t genera. well wile\e 0
CtUV S.I(5! aine.. and I the I II on. .'1'1'; to Thos Preston; 12 bales cotton and 12 boxes tobacco BALE ROPE Kentucky. ... Ib 5 a 61 to perform possible manner the above R .-- ',Apaachict! !a e'n

I ien., Gaines disclaimed be- !! to hotkliartAc: Youn!;;6do to Uarnnrd Ellis:: ; I Northern. .... Ib ay the various operations? pertaining to his pro- known)ioUse, and wilL b pleased to entertainany i Saturra\ at M. Leave

iarJ\'llIntre. of Henry .J to J Carnoghan; 21 bales cotton to order. Man'lla,......Ib a fession. Artificial Teeth of every description of the travelling community that may favor Chattahoochee every Monday and Thursday at I
an' prfV: man but spoke PoriV"Ti 1'er steamer \'II"d-617>> bale cotton to Hill! BREAD Navy..... .... .cwt 5a 6 Artificial Palates Obturators. &.C., &c., insertedon him with their custom and will also accoinmoddte 12 M. She will also,make weekly trips to Bainbridge -

ing hhn C. Calhoun' and Peter B. I,[).twon As Co: 264 to A N McKay; 100 to D B Pilot..... ... .. ....cvvl 6 a the most scientific and warranted resident boarders.. The bar will always be and Port Jackson. LeveBaiibiidgeevety

Cld York as the pillar of the war !' Wood .S. Co; 9.lio Ls Fred E Dusas; ; 2., to Wm G COFFEE, Rio. ...... .......In 8l a 9 plea e" principles to supplied with genuine liquors of the choicest Wednesday Leave Poit Jarfcson

tar o1N'e\V he said could be carried I''j:Porter; Co; 2-1 to Nour, Stone .\:: Co; 13 to I Havana..... ... ....11 a108 Persons quality. JOHN PATRIDGE. Sunday n nigh.. ereij .
1iI.. war the I I Harder Holmes- to Sim-; : Cheever. | Java,....... .... 13 wishing to avail themselves! of his! services -
:
in I
inti his wish I to see I Apalachicola Nov 14 1S1G Every be
H.* it was Per steamer Columbus-2 )Hi bales cotton to J J CANILESSperm..lb will find him at Airs. Wood's boarding house atenton.i paid to the nftlj' and
0-trVof ; united. General I T-y- Howard between the hours o/lO A. M. and 3 P. M. comfort rs. andyfrict artrhtron .
all I i Cohen; 166 toChas RoRersAc Co; 135; to COItDAUEManiIIa..lb 1 I 12i1 Marshall House. ( any
chiwlrj0' JJ0| [ ;; ,| I he iad accoinp1isI"d0derS I', A: Rutheiford; Ill) to M.lClaKllnbrollgh; 100 Hemp.... ... .Ib a 12t Ladies attended at their residence when requested. HAVING taken ,., above business confided to the Captain or Clerk of thu'Bat.

lor of Ihe| ..I most insnpera-, to Harper A; llolnv73 to Hill, Dawson:: A: Co; I' Tarred.... .... ...lh 1 a 12i e establishment D g t9.
ill the face I had I 1 hid I under J :!" :26 to Wylie A; McKenzie. I CIDER, Northern..... .... ....bbl 6 0 aDO.lETJC Apalachicola, Jan. 23. IS \\1 2-3t: :: (formerly Armistead's Hotel ( _
We dillicu1t t's. I1 never I Per bales to D B GOODS ': ) I am now having it neatly filled For Liverpool

at anyone lime. men! enouIi! I io i \\.old SIt'.IIUt'r01.13.Cli to C.hen. ; 119 colon to HIl. Dawson Brown Shirting?.....d 5 a 7 a PRINTS ONLY.SRINGSTYLES :; up so that I may be able to make TiF.superior (coppered arrd copperfa .

him 1rectUtIlJ: such.a' war ;'i.he| was Ac Co; 101 to I D Hubee; 100 to r 3holmes : Sheeting .....yd 8i a 10 all who call comfortable; and flatter ship| HARRIET ROCK.

maintain c itnJ the consequence had been I Icarryin I ; 93. to Loclvhart \Young: 3J to CharlesHO Ticking ... .... .... .yc l a .16 1847. myself with the hope that t.iose: who call .mav H'ELLr Ganish master, having alt he

;; Oil were in perpetual jcop-rdv, ,I crs Nc Co. Colonades... ... ....yc 1 a 22 LEE &: BKEWSTER be induced to continue their patronage. The cargo on board and engaged \ill have lu.tnrdiat.!

that ces alone' Per steamer Albinv-257 bile cotton to Lock- Prints..d a 2 44 CEDAR Stages stop with me, and in the absence of despatch For cr.lv. apply to Ifce
valor STREET N. YORK. al pa.agc Cap-
.....
wlicli extraordinary 23
132 A Jeans a
'heir hart -\r Younsr; 200 to D B Wood Ar Co; : to Kentucky ::. yc 5 either them, here will tain.or rjanir. SIMS ..
from wno ]
rescued' them. X :McKay; 12<*to Chas Rogers As Co: 91) to John J DUCK Russia..d 18 a 2 Beg leave to inform Dealers in Dry Goods that meet with no detention passengers stop &CHEE1
had Cohen; 23 to Win (Porter:: Co; 19 to Wylie As DYES Ihc/ have received, and are now at as private conveyance For Liverpool.THE .
ehibitinf. be had
can by application to The Eastern
:)i St. Domingo.toi the Warehouse me.
The total: len-th: of railway now actually. I IStates McKenzie.Per steamer Lotu*-300 bales cotton to D B FuiIic....... ... ...ton txcrite1'for Prnted $, Stage arrives on Mondays, WeJnesdays and Fri lake superior bark .J f'R'lr. cars

instructed and in oj.eration in the Un.te.l Wood As Co 131 to John J Cohen; 126 to Harper I IAc Indizo .... .... ....Ib' 100 a days at 7 o'clock, A. M., and departs on Mondays the bulk of SOU bale Cfr.n tc-r Ihe

amoun.s. to.1 little over 500'J' miles ; Holme,; 91 to I D Hugbee; 79. Maclay A; Kim- FLOUR, Northern. ....... ...bbl'Western 6 i5 a 70 / Comprising all theNew Wednesdays and Fridays!, at S o'clock. P. .above named port. Fir freight apply IdJ

:;f'lfich500 consist in short lines connec- j brouh;
', and pfivate es- As Yeunq; IS to Win G Plrtt'r.Co; 14 to Dodge :j FISH, Cod. .... ........ ....box 250 a 450 Of British,. French and American the arrival of the and immediately returns the ForI4iu7eipooI.- V
: ,ej with coal companies & 5 order. [ No. 1.... ....bbl u which in addition .IIaliatluT Estern.
to I 120 to their usual
: THE
ackcre
miles of swift Pral; same day at S The fc. cr'd and
4500 511p-rior "p|
: We"ter *
ablishments, leaving Meatn .\ bales cotton to X o. 2..... .bbl 600 a 0 their o'cok. l. coppr
( of the beautiful
.I.tchictla-.Jlt one most and fastened
In the construction of 1) B Wood Ar e,( Rogers Ar Co; 73 to I No. :3...... .bbl 500( a 6 attractive aiSot.tmelt Stage arrives here to the Eastern bark AL.lB.iMA, M If ntl.mas.ter -

steam conveyance anti the electric tele raJlh. the Sims A; Cheever; 48 to Harper Ac Holmes; 39 to HERRING.. .... .... ......box 100 a in thecity; and having just been purchased line and departs on Mondays, Wednesdays and has more I hal hal h.r cargo
r.1I1,| ro-ads. of ill i I D Bugbee. 1 I FRUIT Almonds .... ......Ib forCASH Saturday at S o'clock, A. M. By this line, on board. For freight of f aptll tCHAS. oing

United\ Stotes are far advance Europe Per He.lmrrIA Moore-866 bales cotton to A NMcKay Raisins.. .... .... ....box 275 a 300 II AND SHORT CREDIT, passengers will take the Mail Boat at Chattahoo- ROGERS Co. I.

jjiroportioti, to population. 112 doaud 2j .cktcor to Lockhart & Prunes ..... .... .... Ib 20 a 25; Are ottered by the piece or package on the\ same chie for Apalachirola on Mondays and Thursdays.A. Dec. 21 is t<>. &
;
Young 41 hIllS cotton:to Dodge Ac Pratt; 1 Currants.. .... .... .... Ib 16 a IS terms, at and below manufacturer's prices. G. MARSHALL
BtCKliKLLKS; OF AmRlc.-There ; .. .... .... .drum Proprietor. rorXcw York, with despatch
THE H,trper Ac Holmes. Figs, Catalogues of prices (corrected daily) are Quincy October 27, 1916. -I3-tf
several newspapers; and periodicals in 1 Per st'-am;; T Iton-2S9 biles cotton to J SCh.n Lemons. .... ... ...box 70 a placed in the hands of buyers. -c-i'-. THE new brig 1 L ll'ALTO\\

are under the editorial charge ol : 2( to 15 Wood Ac Co: 117 to C Ro "r.* I FURS Otter.... ....... .... ... Purchasers will inform themselves of the state For Kent, Rose, master r or freight ol 2J bales.
I} country ) } FEATHERS .. .... .... .. ..IbGRAIN THE Centre Cotton .
ofhas Ac l'oj to !c Holmes 32 to LockhartI Ac of the Property on st. known -- or passage apply to
.J. ies. and mce the explore nature .1 I: \ ( ; 18 1.rlfr KutherlordI ; I Oats... ....... ...bush 7.; a market :and be wel repaid for an examination ;;-; the City Hotel.pply to a DODGE
been demonstratc'l, it may bej ; Corn .. ... ....liu-h 63 even if they do purchase- PRAT.
i Mn I PerVieamer Chayle'ton--112b.tiescotton to Ma; a :L [nov21] D. B. WOOD CO Jr 2 40 \
said that every lady controls a -r Ll'int.fJdy. clay" Kunbrou 219 to Hill, D.iw.-on & Co; GLASS. .... .... ...... ....box 250 1 300 L. &. U. have peculiar advantages for executing & : -, .-

I.urj"j ; (7 to Howard ;1 Rutherford; 42 to Harper Ac HAY....... .... ....... ...cwt 100 a 1233J orders for Print, which are respectfully !ol l .ited. Stores for Kent. For IVe\v York, wish despatch

: [ Holmes; 36 to J .1 Cohen. I' HIDES: Greet,. ... ... ... ....IbDry 3a LEE &BREWSTER STORE No. 6, in Columbus .c-r.-. THE regular packet brig REBECCAFISIlEll.
Per Emllr-2j bales cotton to Lock- country,.. .... ....Ib 6 a4ia JaJvmy, B .7. 41 Cedar SI eet. Bok. .
.2 1 ,;) L.'::'; J .h. ..:; I 1 hart As steamer 201 fo A X ) to D IRON, Engli-h,.... .... .... ....Ib 5 .1 .: lately occupied by Sims &. alli 2jC. Conklin. ta"tt. 1 I
; Y.II;: 1 ,Store No. 2, Block C Water freight or apply toDOLGF.PRATIV
.Ic2011 on st. -- pjssjse
JAM'AKV] [l3li.1t'Jlt Wood As To 101 to U'vhe Ac ; 102 to Swedes... ..... ...Ib 5 a 5 In Jackson Ci'cut Court. Apply -
; .... .... .... 8 I to NOURSE, STONE& CO.
Florida.-lv Br.ow.vi .I Cohen 99 to Charle-Tliosers Go; 94 to Hill, Hoop. a SPRING 17.
in Ajialarhicola. ; .
Co Iir2 I D X 33 to.Dodje Ac Sheet... .... .... .... ...111 8 a 10Nail Etheldred Dt c 2: 40 Water street.Dwclliuig' Jan23 41) Watrr .tre "
i O.I to Uusbec
Philips
Lat 2DJ! .t! Lon?. lw ;.30') W. I Do\ \ ; J ; Rods. .... .......lb 6ia 74 ) -
Pratt 7 ( Porter A Co.
,' lllevation above the rea, mean o') feet. I I Per; Meamer to \\1 Alh.uIth.lle:: cotton to I>sI Ca5ing.\Ulrican..1)! 4. a 6ltIlm Richard vs. > Attachment for f 1 120: 00. for Kent. For Xe"ork..

= -- Fred K: DJJ 1 to A N MoKav S to Wylie AcMeKf : Tripp. ) THE small Dwelling House lately occupied -, .tTHE rigular I acket bark MAGDAD :
; ::: :::: -.::: ::1 II 5M I n/.ie.. ; : ; White Pine..M rPHE defendant. and all others intererfed will Ia; by Mr W McKenzie. Iuiiuire LI D.- Matt r. Fir freight or pas.sage -
1- I \ \\.Hlt! .
lhte I 11.1 r.__ r.4\1 I t. \ __ .__ _II-=;- L I 1 Per"te.ini'r it'vtOn-31 biles cotton t<) A N Yellow .... a 10 00) JL take notice of the institution of this suit by I of BOURSE:, STONE CO. a1 plv: to

i 15; ,Frllf"y.- :j"li",: "'! ,:2 :'1'L: : i :, McKay; 2J2: to .I\I.IY.: Kimbrougli; Kilto L.c': Staves. ....... ... .. .. :1170 j\ tachment, returnable to the next I term of the.. Jec 2''i 40 Wafer&street.For DODGE&PRATT.
Iii ;:,.IIUrJ.lr. 7'71'' ;;i ikV. w w h:irt \ Youn ; ( I H..r.\tr ,\ llolm'1: 4: to White.. Oak. head'.M! 1200 a Circuit Court for Jackson county. and appear Jan ?! stre.t.
17 ..SuiH.y.H (i,,:); ;ij xi JXI: : NI I:. :a: : \Vm 11 Co; 55 to \\'ylie..JcKtnzle; Heading....M arid plead to the declaration in said cause. Sale, --- Jh'r

!I \Vloiidav.; ,fil:;., J ':S1.1: :si I; \v. !, .;23i 19! to :'lli I"n'r,\lh\ n'r; 13 to Hill, Davvaou As Co; LEAD, Bar, .. .... ... ..Ib 5 a. ( I A. H. It Plfls Att'y. THE Hou- on the corner of Chestnut i For eIorl,.
:'W. W. i 03i t! Sheet...... ... ... .. 10 a BtSI. 4 THE! sainnj; bri TVtIMEE
19! (l'&ie-div. ,71,7, : loft i ) J Div /o.j : .11 1 and Live ; 1..1
Jan. :
i Marianna 1J ;;; Oak streets known the
,
: \\....d.d.IS'2: 1" ::, v \\ j, Per steamer Au -j-ta-101 biles, cotton to Lock- LIME ... ... .. .. .... .... 115 a : 1'.1. 2-3m 1)11 1 .Golditein as ?? Cant. McC< !
: ''iv\v I .; : MOLASSES N. O. ... .... al 30 33 H'Uit.pply to lcM afchr
NVw
!! Th"r"i\' :! J'-'* ;'liut.V. r.ul: to Howard \ llulhcrtord ; 16 a 'Sheriff's Sale. > the above [>i'rf. freight
-. to A NIcK.iy: 63 to order; do and 4 boxedtolucco :.\T.TORE. Pitch....bbl 200( a 2 50 Benj. M. Joll 4 GREEN & CONNF.RY. cr passage apply ti> the nia>fr, cr toNOLRSE
; 'ir. ctiniul cuni'ili 1UlIIlIlo < Gritting
t IJi'MWh: -I'uli < > 3-00
I : Odlrn. balf 400) a
,,, 1'tli to Thli Prt.tou; 3 do to B :Hawley. V Fi fa. Franklin Circuit Court. For Sale. SI ONE &. CO.
| rt.! -train rum; i-
"':it I=-. IKM" i"iMrii ir, ; ; P btr.e 1m ) bales ] osin.hbl! 150 200 \ Jan .
; 1114, ...ir.IIIIIa"I': r.iniM'ltioil-: ; l 1.lh sir.itu-, i cjHini<.r 10 J.I) Idwkt'Yt..: III") I latanna-IU, Co. Tar..... .bbl 225 1 a 30f) Jas.. Y. Smith. ) THE House situated on Commerce 0 }; Wterstrer.

I h.l" < -.r- 1 191.' '"'"" llj! -. tltI' l''Lr: ; 2.ti) : cirro cu- i Per l>->\. iy ; : ; t li\\'III il. eot'on' : to\>'ims NAILS. ....... .... .... ....kt'1 450) I 500 \.TO1CE n hereby given[ that. by virtue of the =='-; between Forbes': street and the Florida For Jtostou, tvilli dcspatcli.

I r III'I""i-. -tl'I-; :-I-' tii null.:?, 5-trai'i-' cli.irCOMMERCIAL.. Ar Chfever;\llllr-J1 Wyle: \.McKeuzie, ; 11 to J OILS, Lin-eed. .... .... .... !II a I 2 I" ii. fa. founded upon a Judgment of Foreclosure Promonail. at present occupied by the THE suj cri .r f j>t !!11. sii! ('.-.

---- V J M Hill. I alive...... .... ....bottle 12 a 15 I w i expo for sale at public outcry in 5uhcnb\r. is in good repair free VERLY Sn.ittmatsr. sal u
! ... .... .... WIl
; Sperm, ..gal a the city Apalachicola on the first Monday in from all Incumbrance. with a good yard and well _- "bove. For apply .
Lard .... .... I 90 pa'sage
I 1 $. ..gal tO a Maichnext, all the title and interest of the of water-it i i- calculated Jan 23 |H WOOD CO.
IIII right for a small familv. J
wel &
.-. ----- -- T.t n n e rl'. .... ...ga' I
-- -- We hive- t.tI rhan'to notice PU\'W"C:: ; h.nkol.iO. : bales Ca!'tor.. ....'. .... ... .ga 17 A defendant in and to a certain steam boat called Attached to premises is a good stable. For For Boston.cr. .
ittilel ; : 20
<"otro> no "
I cI'''!' pnO\.II Pok. Mess.bb 12 ;) ) a : thelban. her tackle, apparel and furui- terms apply to .. last j-uilinj; ship CA\'TO.\\
our market Mnce TUl'.J..y. Yesterday l'- 13( )>TONper bark r bales I ture. JOHN Sheriff Jfi2 ; THE
( in I, opl'n-927 colon. M. 0....hhl 1150) a 12 00 LUCAS /J-lm M. CARRIGAN. Pd master, will meet with despatch -
try were received fiom C'olumbu advt-in? t.l Prime..hbll 00) al 30) By BEN. LUCAS, Deputy. For Rent ( For freight on deck cr

later unt,. from I.IH'rpoClItv l a ndconIhm*, .... .... 8 a 91. Apalachicoln, Jan. 23, passage
foiirdav's \cc "D
tbt the : ,MiRISE\ IXTELLIfiEXCB.POUT I I C canvassed, .Ib ii a 12 111.:1 di9 TWO 1rmt Othfto.. 30 Water st. apply in [ral| 2] I WOOD &COFor
"
tohip Clrri\'eJ lt -\'dnuah. nl'l'ort !lit}! Side*.. .. .... ....H" 64 a 7 'N otiee. ItTi; ;-pply to lio&toii.

Liverpool; market was jd. higher and prices ?!tiil Shoulders.. .... .Ib 5 a 6 an order of the Hon. Probate of Calhoun Jan f'REFX: &CONNER THE fine bark JO//.V BROIl'ER.

tending upwards Th.e;; accounts are not c'>n..id- in Al'ALAC11ICOLA..j.inu421.. : : L\nn ....... ... ... ....I IbBLTTEK 10 a BY Florida, will be sold in the town of Oriiamciital Trees Shrubs Hubbs, master will, sail. on the
I; u- ... .... .... Ac. 12l
b : .It 20 2J: Gadsden : the 22nd .
:
t'rl"d ,,1i.it'otly ieli.ilik to t'e o.H"rdliLllls upon I Ojitnce county on Monday inst. Fur freight on deck, apply
: .AUKIVLU.: CHEESE ... .... .... .... 8 a 9 of THE undersigned has just received tO
factors are cl'nunJin; advanced rates, Felruaf' next, the following negroes, viz: Jan 2 D B WOOD &. CO.
nltliimgh Por. 'n Ks.. ... ... .... ....bbl 3 50
\ a
Jan H Jessie from the
which buyer* are utiw'illia: ; to concede prefrrin:; DivV Co-Ship Oliver fin Li\elool. to J PEAXUTS...... ... .... ...bush/ 55a fry. :fel'a. Cloah, Miles and Saly. L. L choice Nursery lot of Winters ic Co., For Providence.
i a Fruit and Ornamental
. .. belonging Ihf ; Jonathan -
M wait the 4h (ItS January accounts now nearly! Jdii 2.)-T.ark fm Liverpool RICE. .. ... .. IbSPICKS 61 a .. 1.TIlE brig COPEL'D
CO\'l'nanlr. p.lersou. Cassia.. .... ... ....Ib. asi'icis cea"ed. and sold for the purpose of di'isiln. of Trees Shrubs and Plantamong ;, LHVRE..CE
45
J .
due. We nuke: no chitue in our tJ'ltJtwn the I 15n, to I K.C 1 D.iv \ : CIvts.. .... .... ....11 3t a 5 which the heirs will take due notice. Terms which will be found Carnation, Tulips nak r. master meet with

principal; sales since Tuesday being; at quotation-. Docile!A: Pratt.FI.htr. Coaklin! fm New York to Ginger root. ... ....II a cash. LUKE LOTT. Honey Suckles Roses:, AUheas,, Dahlia's, Hvacjntln lespatch. For deck! freight or pa3.p.

... .... ..1L 11 Figs, Vines & appiv to [janlO] D. B. .
Un1I'IIL Cl.\.I..WA(' Siram-r I A nii.t.i, fm Chattahoochee.Steamer ground a 121 Ochcse. Jan. 13, 1517. jan'32-lr Paenil's. .c &c.Ir C WOOl&
iSIT. IlG.< 1 BOSIOH. .\:JcT.an. Xutml.I|| 212 a 250) -- which are to be sold at invoice prices.H.
fi Columbus.Steimei .... .... ..... 16 B. Ellison A Co., 24 Water street. For Baltimore.
.. 5 ;3 : Lmily; I Columbus 1epP'r. I IJ. F. ABELL THE
1 nf. r f)!.... .none. a f4'dlOdfpOCi..odllrJlno1ry. j 1.1 11 8 a SHIP CHANDLERY.MANILLA good bark SAR.UI SHE.1Ft\
:Steamer fm 5UG.\I X.Orlt'dn.1 Jan l''. Corner Chestnut and Water sN.
:
) l a J> >i a 3; Ch.rh Fr..tI..n. Columbus. 10 a 11 and of all S.tds. master, her entire cargo, under

\\ddllO ... ... .. .... ....9d9 H G H <>; :1.ulrrp.II'ldlicold.. \Vh.aton.. fm [!''Jlbu, 1.Cri.I... ... .... .... ... 13: a 15 Hemp Cordage Marline sizes Bajii. and Kopc.Cf (deck K'ii\\% onboard. For deck freight
f.J 1tJ.l:1U7.! : .... .... .!', .1 !.; G'! a Iii Sieaiii'rMary Ionrt. .Ioor. fm CI/lllU". Liverpool. ..... ..sack I 1 2.5 Wormlint. Spun- ?
St" iin"*r C iinnf| !>ii SALT 124 I ,Oakum,Sperm Oil, Fall! do. do, Olive: \ \ \ PCS Kentucky ;-lasrinrg: ; or passage, apply
="!tJdjlll; :cir.'J .1 .1 6F'411 d 7 I < < :tatIer( fi CCIUII"J Coarser. .... .... ....Iu4 h 62 a 75 yarn \\.hal. JAJU .
.... .... .. ... .. ... .- a In 7'.. a7i. Meani'-r I. Viola Van Yeghtt-n. fm Columbus.M STEEL, Cast... .. .... .... ...cvvi IS 00 a 25 O( do, hi&seed. do, Kaw' do. loih.d do,'Spirits Tur- lou. coils Rope; Jan 23 CII\S. ROGERS &ca
M P'-vtona (;Iieer, pentirPaints, \\ [ Whitt 1 bales Bagging Twin0. ( T sale bv
7 fi :; }
aid() | !
< d E3r.- } 7j a C"lulll .. .... .
Ilote. German 1200 15 00
an' :t.al"rb.HY.! Ulfn. tin .. ( ". cwi, a Lead. lied do, 1,10' Ochre, Chrome Green. \)!:G PORTER & CO.: For City Point, Va.
FmI.u P..-Since our I lo>t reju-rt nE5inent .trteam. T Lotu-, .\Il'I, fi Ccluinbua.CLLARED. ). O.\P..I. 5 a 7 Emerald do, I Imperial, Chrome Y Yellow Verdigris Dec 41 Wat >rtrfft.Refined THEgudcprertdhiDREn..
230
_
'1.13 been inaJe fur Liverpool at 1I-1GJ and one Pltlr nrtJ I 35 I.iIh4rde, Sulphur. Bright Varnish, COal! -- SCOTT, Emery', 4av 8
.
Gin .. malu.'il
Holland
al 150
.
a 'itrc
and Alum.
for Uilttmorc and I* u... u..b. 1.0 .a ._ .. "... _'.. A. '...l, ,....I. A,. ('I,.,... A KE ; received and for sale by
Cr1". ns <2jierbi'.e. isthe rate vee1now" lo.idin; ; Jan Wood IS-Ar Btn Co.; C.Illan.lh\tu. for Boston by DB Rum Wln-kt-y, N Kect..qa ga'!: :1 a I 40 24 I.I.Lamp.Black% aiiuii, Cl.lk.'hitn nv/j .uv..u?, Russia uv.Duck.'Kiiiip Enshsh uif.. 10 I.OV2S. eac.i, Just H. F. ABELL or Jan passage 2 apply to CHAS ROGERS CO.

-'- &
do -
do -
are 5"iting.To do, \ Light .
Jan 1B.k01.1.! DavU, for Pr\'idence, l b\. Alcohol.sal 624 a 75
Red
and Nail dodo
White Blue Bunting, Copper English Ca.lbl'ies.EXpected .
(L' O r.TI(} ": For New
:
C Roers As Co. and Wood Ballou.LIST SKINS 50
;; Orleans
Liverpool\ .... .... .... .... .... ...11-lfil./ : -"- --. 8 a o 20 Tacks, Ship plke.Boat do, Brads,, Screws: daily per hark Masdala; 2OD pcs. THE new and splendid brig LOUISA

1.u N'wurk.. .. .... .... .... .... ..7c.. < ShOT, 5 fi i12i Jack Screws. Anchors, Hand-pike Captdil h Cambrics, or Calicos, "J !'i; e- .E.V2'0V Chester, matcr" have _
To I'lotin .... .... .._ .... .. .... ....7 > *. OF.E:5) ILS ix POUT.KHIPS. .\ I 75 Bars Oars, Blocks Shi\'ei. Jib l.nks. rior stIes,, which will be offered at the very umtdiate. h the \11
'1'roviJi'iiee.... .... .... ........ ....7. e.To TEA, 45 d a 1 (X) Pump-, Deck Buckets Cedar do. )( *. low -t -.'neeby despalfh r pott.
Kaltimor-.... .... .... ._ ..- ... .7-3c Jostle.. Oliver, 079 tons, fm Liverpool, waiting \Bear..1 40 Corn do, Caulking Mallets, Sarxmedo, Axes,AxrHelves Jan 2 F. KOP For nei,ht or passaireapplv to the ma>tci, er ?9

To New Orleans! ... .... .... ...$2: j-r bale. J D\Co.Vaveriv. TIN.. .. I 5 ,Houk:and ThimblesBox Hook, Bale do. fS.NOTICEAl Jan 2 NOUJISE. STONE &CO-
\ 'llh, 539: tons, for o"ton.loading- Can do. Cotton do, Boat do, 11"h" do, Caulking
. ---- --- -- - -- < TWINE !l 18 a 20;) persons having claims aain-
--- '
:Marline Sera
Wood Ac Co. Irons, Making Irons, Ship J. Flyiin
CO1TON T.\TI: l ; T. I.ot-t C l. Packard. 415 tons, for Boston loading- WINES 40 a 5 p>rs. Bung Dippers, Cook's Ladles Tormentors. I late of Jdckson county (Late 7' L'L.iRK.,
100 )
year. 8 Sail Sail Twine. ttcesed. : requested to present the same du-
H Woo.l .t Co. I Di\'idei. Compasses tl'dlt's.
St ,ck on hiudSv'-1, 1MJ.1)3(, 4 ) 00 16 00BKNJAMIN Palms ly within the time by BOOT AND SHOE MAKER: _
Andrew >cott, Emery 31S tons for City Point .: 8 Seine do, Sewing do. Rigging Lt'athtr. aUlhenticatE. prescribed -
r.jmt "s-lllCe 1st .-St1. 111'!) \ d. hatIiiigChai |H ogrs .\; Co. --- Pump do. Shovel, Hammers, Hatchet Chisels. or notice will be plead in bar ot then CO TIXLE carry on this bus -.

-9i.eceied "' Harriet Ifockwell, ( ;ari h. 447 tons, for Liverpool : Ki.uws. WILLIAM A. WOOD. Augur Planes, Handsaws, Gimblet:?. Handsaw, recovery, and alll persons indebted to said estate, i ne-s I .Apalachicola Iwo dHoN be-
: .. pi-t 3 Jot\,... .... ....5.39.: loading-:Suns Ac Cheet'r.COII"Idl.ttu. B. EliOI & Co., Files, Hat Tail do, Iron Square, Cupboard Locks are requested to make immediate pavment. I JIw the City hotel! or Centre street.

ptevioaslv! .. ... .3i ,743: Flitner. 276 tou-s. tor Genoa; loading C O :M M J S : E R CIIA N T ?, f ock do, Hooks and Staples! Ilngl's. Padlocks JOSHUA Adm'r. Having supenorn.rkmfn., he i,.

-r..t..I.-.... .... 43121: 3719) -Ls. Fred L Dugas.B .ANt DEM.ERS IN Wood Saws, Pendant } Lines Jackson County Jan. 3,lJERCER.>. l-2m confident that all who may patronize him will find
: 3 daprcvioui.lv Hand
lxj"ltrl"d pat \'S. DRY HOODS.; UES. I Deep Sea do, Log do. Fish do, Leads, Vtt.p]
.. .... .... ... m. \KQULS. } Rn\\\UE. that they have called at the right shop. French
do
llN \V.\iK BOOTS HATS Sea do, sheet do, Bar Funnels Lanthorn,
SHOES.
M.dati Dodge 29S for New York loading '
"Total ... .... .- 9.491On J: oj'5 ,-Doil-, Ar Pratt.ton, CAPS, CHOCKKllV, SHIPCHANDLERY I i/halk Lines, Pitch I'ots Lo? Books Cargo do.Belaying Prints! Prints! Calf Skin Morocco, and Pa'erit! Leather Boots

I l Johnson, 491 tons, fm Liverpool, &c. Pin, Tin Ware, Crockery C.rlenhI'1 THE subscriber has jmt rece\'e. per bark or Shoes rmde to,'iiler,of the blest af d mo-t approved -
<< lund ad on >hip!,oard not cleared 331211: 2Ul'2 I I BotJ.r \\.11. : 'r. 21 Water btreet. Tools Sampson Post, &c '&c. from Xew'ork., piee superior stvle. He will also keep en hand a large.

John Br..wtr\\'dlla-\II, s.! :310 tons for Boston, loading Jan 2 Apalachicola Fa. .Apiilachicola Jan. ZJ. 1S47. English Cambric Prints lor sale at lower and selected assortment of* Ready Made Cols.

EXPORTS OF COTTON: FROM APALACHICOLA -1) Wood Ac Co. prices than ever before offered, at wholesale or Shoes arid Brians. All &.C., done

Commencing I-I Sej't"Miilr.. Islli: -and ..tlIIC Alalnnia,, Merriit, :317 tons for load XCHANGEon New Orleans for sale by Groceries and Ship Stores. retail bvJanlG wilh neatness and ;menong., on terms

time III 1l:). lu-ha. Borers .\Co. Livl'rlool. f Jan 9 J. DAY &CO. 1) 10 COFFEF Java do, St. Domingo do, FRANCIS KOPMAN. that cannot fail. to be itcosnistd ain keEpin

------ rv.ItIrrri.t\ i T i LaT Mersey, Coilin: :372 fur Li\'f'rpool.loadlog- Boston Providence New It Norther Flolr. Western do; N 0 Sugar, : with the competition in Inde and the cle.seness.of .
i% III 1IE1. K\ror nn. !: tI4vloulv.1.Irr | \} .| I'41 T A '|"'.a"nn j I D.&v&C". EXCHANGE o and St. Croix do, Porto Rico do, Young Hyson Tea, JUST received per schooner Elizabeth from the times. .

Niol .... .... ....1.' ***..1.* **** .... ,:701) S.traI Sii1 for Baltimore, loading New York sold bvWILLA bUh. sight checks Hyson do. Povvchong do, Souchong do, Goshen Orleans: Apaachiob, Octobfr3l.: 42-<5m
.
H.IVP-..... .... .-.. ...1.. .... ':.. .... '. ...'j'I. .... -Chai, lIo 'rA: Co.Covenantor on Buttr. Cheese, LarJ1 acofla05. Sidts. Shoul 20 bbh Flour; 15 do. Whiskey;
i Nnti....... .... .". .....;. "".!1' ."" .i. ... P.iiter-oii. 612 tons:, fn:: l..t'rpol. : G. PORTER & CO. ders. lola ; \\'hiKe\ Prime Beef 2 bbs} Monon< ahEl do; 5.keg' Lard ; UININE, CALOMEL ar.d CAMPHOR,just

! 1n."t......... .... .....1.',......'..... .. ..!,,. .... waning-J Day & Co. Dec. o Bank of BmnsvMck. Mesa and Prime Pork Shad Salmon 5 Mess. ; :do. Family Beef received and for sale bviov
-- -- -- -
j.110.\ .... ....... ..!i......,. .... ... ,' .... UK I ". continue to make advances Herring, Sounds and Tongues, Cod Fi Tongues For sale by EDWARD- McCULLY, 21 H. F. ABEL' !., .t.Q .
Oilier ....... .... I .. Lawrence Copi-laml Baker. 219 tons, for Proxidiiff THE undersigned Pepper, Spices, Catsups Pepper Sauce Olives, Jan 16 50 Water street. ._ !
! |iorta! ::.:.:.:.:..: :.:.:.:.:.:j'::": : : :: .lf.IIII'i 1 B Wood As Co. Cotton consigned to their friends in Liverpool Capers, Pickles, Soap[ Starch Tobacco, Navy .-
Salt.
: Total to For. Por!-.:!. .... .... ,77777..37! b:e. Mi-Corma, 329 tons, for New York,with Havre, Boston and New York.D. Bread Pilot do, Cracker\"tle'ar. Dried Fruits, American Billiard Room. t beard

Nvv Yorlv..... ....i.:::::'. .'ttl't: '. .:tH:)'. ..3.VI1I d""Pdtchour"l' Stone; & Co. B. WOOD & CO. Beans, Salt, Raisns. V t'rmdceli. Arrow ; PETRY respectfully informs his friends JL\J\J\J fffSACKS Liverpool on bark

I I..i<>toi. .......... ....1." ... .'..17i", .I735.., '. ..7B4Pr'viJ.nc E Walton, Kovve, 195 tons, forXevv York, loadiiigDodg Dec 5 7 Columbus Row.NOTICE. Root Corn Oats, Buckwheat, MR. the public, that his splendid and Sarah SheafF for sale by

1 ... .. ... ... .129.") .I.-,....I'...134.5lu1arIIp1iia Ac Pratt. Fof tale by B. ELLteOX Ac CO Billiard Saloon is for the Dec ; J.DAY&CO.. ,.
.... .....1.1 ".. ..I .... ""." .I.' ... R C Fi-her Conklin, 122 tons, for Xew York .-All persons having; claims against Jari23 21 Water ctreet. unique n xv open reception OFFA PS LIFE AND P1KENIX
I.....1'.... .. .... '. ....;.. ... .. {. .1221 loading-Dodge !c Pratt. late of Calhoun county deceased of visitors; he has spared no expense in M : PILL
N.w Orl.ans. ..... ..1... .' .:tl-.II, .3'.1J ..1flH Clarion, --, fm Bonaire, discharging-Chas are requested to present the same duly BOOTS. Shoes' and Brogans, by the case; fitting up the tables ornamenting the room and lTfER.just ci\ed and for sale b*
i I ItoRer-JV: : Co. Shoes and Burkina:: ; supplying his bar \\ith the most superb- Nov J C. ALLEN.
<)Iher1ors.! ... .... [ 3fi2 .3 authenticated within the time law .
: .:.:.::..: ::: prescribe by and Yout h's Brogan. of ice. and
Tout CoatwJ .. . .. .Tii'! .9?! JI ..10148TOTAL -- or this notice will be plead in recovery el's. Boys ; Li'Jlrs. Wines respecttully requesthis 'TIST.1'Sanid Svvavne's Balsam ol Wild
.1. u" fine
sew'dBrogans and the public him a call. \
; togive
-nu.K-s. --1--1-... .... E. .J. Ilardin, and al persons indebted to said estate, are Men's :Boots; CCJ": No charge for the Game Billiards. { I Cht'rry.just ?ecei\ed-and for sale byNov
FACTOR AND COMMISSION: requested make immediate pEgc >* J. C. -LLES.
pajment.
--- lmnCHAXT. Boots; Jan. 1C, Ib47. l-3m
No. Columbus LUKE Executor. fnpsewed tpalachicofa. .
PASSEXGLRS. {(j OJice ( ngs, LOT Russet Brogans. For ,sale by -
Pefvamr Au .I..ta-'h" B"dman.Ii: !- Kil- Jan J AI.II..chicola.| Fa. Oche ep, Jan. IS IS 17. jan23 2-2m B. ELLISON & CO., White Pine Lumber For Sale. SAL-'MiX'sack.aiioat and frrateby

h..e, :MV Bryan, MCl.rke.1 Rev T J Bowen; Roberts, Allen & Co., Assessor's Notice. Jan 23 21 Water street. 90 000 FEET White Pine Lumber D. B. WOOD & CRColumbus

MessrslIBrvan.: J f. ("r lUkT and son. B U Al- DP..\LF.RS IN HARDWARE AND SHIP just received per schooner Dec 1'2 Row.k .
flernun. J :M Barrett.Tlios Llttl..ton.V, TIE undersigned Assessor of Taxes will attend QIIEE1'INGS, Shirtings and Prints by the Hunter" from. Bath, Maine.
CHANDLERY IRON STEEL
:MitHiel 14n", \\* i; P.tinsori, Peter l.ittlt'ron'l I SPIKES, AND NAILS house ot John Partridge on the 3d, 4th I.) bale and case low for cash by Jan 16 CHAS. ROGERS CO. 1 N assortment of School! Pooks, just reocwtili:
CASTINGS
Andrew?, Jes.<" iVnnard.) and 5th days of February next to receive the returns B. ELLISON[ & CO. & .1 and for sale bv

Pry strampr IVvtona-Mes!'r; S L Solomon II And Manufacturers of Tin Iron, and Copper of taxable property of the citizens of Franklin Jan 23 21 Water street. REAM TARTAR for sale by _Nov_21 __ J.._C. .ALLEX._
K ii1I, E T I Beall. It \V Clark. C It Iturk Wares. all be C u -
county ; lists of returns mint sworn to ]eptS] H. F. ABELL. for Poems Cooks
Per ete4tnerAW4nVIr C G M Prune, Dr S Dec 12 Apalachicola, Fa. or double taxed. HOBART and Cap by the case I low !for cash by ANNUALS b 17; ; Toy ic.fc
Parsons: .\ I 11 lcKirll..;'. .-- --- A PEER the Revenue HATS B. ELLISON CO. Fine Boots and Brogaus. by
Per Meamrr Lotus-L> Defraffinricd: Ks W.I. W. SUI! War. W. CHEEVER. & CASES Gent's fine Calf Boots*f N v 21 J. C. ALLEN
for State of of Franklin. 19
Jon ..Tl'eryamer Florida County No. 10 and 16, at Manufacturer's 300( prs Brogans.For -
.\loi1dchicula1rIatlhpw: ;;. Sims & Cliccvcr, Apalachicola, Jan 23.1922t- ILOUGIIS. B. ELLISON CO. sale at low prices by Dr. Towiisciid's Sal'sUIJnl'ilu.
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Per COMMISSION I MERChANTS, rriHIS invaluable and .
lampr< Mary A :\Ioorf'-r CV Snow Jan 23 21 street. Jan F. KOPMAN. fdebr
and !t1> Mr C Thomas anrf Lady: :Mrs J1: Office No. 21 Water street Salt. JL pound has just been received and for sale by;.

Monre'4id and Dr II K'>ckhart, Ci4i1t E B .Fv-Uw; Mes-MS W II ship Jessie, for sale by SUGAR p. ELLISON &CO. Shoes. -
Bell & Lawson .
Cr JUG Black.: J) B TiionjpSMC, A F Kendall Pender- IMPORTERS, MERCHANTS, AND co.nns Jan 23 12 5 PRS. Ladies' fine Kid Slippers; K. f\f\ CASKS bet fom.aston. for 'de by .

Rran, 11 Herring, I :M Beliime! II Srrickland SIOX AGENTS: Salt. Lehigh Coal. 150 prs. Walking Shoes; tUU D. & CO.

.Tbos Locke It C
and Roberts T \Voori. i E.: B. BALLOUWood 1 000 Covenanter for sale afloat,by 30 jan>3 ROBERTS ALLEN &CO.. For sale very by
Per steamer; Boston-:Messrs John C Ruse and V JDAY&.CO. Jan F. KOPMAN, The Hydraulic Steam Cotton
Ballon, Jan 23 !
Jai:Marks.
: Mills and Cauldrons a large Press.NO. .
Perteamer F.nllly-\lrs: Spencer( Mrs Rivers, c COMM: IS Water S J 0 M KltC: H ANT S, For Sale, SLGARKettles, t approved patternsftir sale by Fine Fur and Silk Hats. 7 Columblg Block, is row p to*
Mrs :McCraw Miss I Persons Mi I ii'S =:;Shrives Mis.* Olc Xo. streI.-tp stairs. do. :: CASES Fur and Silk Hats, which jald'
Rivers Jan Fa. firrk BBLS. Whiskey ; 50 Mohsses; Jan 23 ROBERTS. ALLEN & CO. 1 superior Cotton l for Storage at rea rtt..
MisCowlef<, Miss Cutbeth Rev Mr Me- (
Cropp Messrs I D Bugbee J B ; TUB OU 50 Flour; 25 bags Rio Coffee, now are offered very low by and will be ready to compress for vessels by Tuesday .

llixers J I H '\.atrl. Johnson, JasMcIntyre.:Brooks Hook Edward IttcCully, landing from schr Elizabeth, and for sale, low Platform Scales. Jan 2 F. KOP IAN.PEASES I next. J. S. IUTCIHNSON. Agent,

Tallman J F Keener Cutbeth Bliss Frasier. for cash by o 1200( lbi. Platform Scales ; Clarified Essence of Hoarhound Apalachicola: Dec. 1&-1. "

Per steanrr Peytona- Ilde SK oner; Messrs: AUCTIONEER Jan 23 NOURSE STONE &CO. ;2 1600 Ibs.c do. a fresh supply just received and for -

W J Rid't'll.!! PhilliplcInlon.: Kitler. Office No. 50, Water street, ---Dry-Goods. 2 1600 lb. Beams complete. for cotton weigh- sale by H. F. ABELL, Clotbs and Carpets.

Per steamer Angusta-Dr Monroe, :11'.qu TLawaon. Jan 16 Apalachicola, Fa. in?. For sale by 18Oil OilCloth, 1 and'2 yarda vude;

:: J R SheS-Id: J R Lines A A Gibbs.NOT1CESAMUELBENEETjs DRILLINGS, Tickings Jeans, Cotton Flannels Osnaburgs Blankets -, Jan23 ROBERTS, ALLEN &CO. ._Nov 21 __ ___ Drug:! t $ super Ingrain Carpeting;;
1.M.Hu1t. Kerseys
TILL continue to transact a gaeneral FOR- Tweeds, Shirtings, Sheetings Checks, Cider. Lamp Oil. 3. Colon 6 _
:. &, BBLS. Sweet Cider, landing from brig STRAINED a very superior ar- Stair II
my u -- BUSINESS Ginghams Calicoes, Delanes Hosiery c. WINTER
J. Agent during my abscncefrom VVARul.u r-_- COMMISSION.. ..1.Qnhl the For sale by ELLISON CO. &l 90 R C. Fisher For sale t rec.eive4 and for sale by For sale by.WM' G. PORTF.RVUCOi
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the Stale of Florida. I, and solicits the patronage of his irieiu..- & t 23 NOURSE, STONE & CO. Nov 25 U. F.. Druggist. Dec 5. .. -U.Watcr... >*treeX_

Dee 59 .R. CROCKETT. KERR. I pubhV. "*-' DcC 2 4 I Jan 23 53 Water strict. Jan. .., ..' .. \ '. ABEL.. 'a: .A

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A si (OrIinnc f11e ( )Ber21 LI('. I 1 1ii Dry ( oodS. 7LrirL Xotfcrs.Calliouia FRJISH ARRIVAL OFDrji

I'i-i h Mr '', 1''i : .:' \ T> Y .I :j't.n- ,' vvrviel in mt* by li\v, I pjir* subscriber* oiler fi-v s.di* a large nnd sea- *., Hfedirincs, Pniuts Oil

: j .L ) .. -. i ., r ''i .1. suable tock of Dry Good; *, consisting in Circuit Court. IJo-Stnfr:, 1'orfnmery, Ar. '

(4fJ, U tuirf .'v <>,' }<> i'f !' >' '* l''i' 4 ''i I tl I 8.- l '. t'j o l tty } thanki
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iI alt T ( .al1fl -, t Jj.MJ4.ll :. ,; .MS I f..reTi'ie.it li ;; 1.1 J-iiy 11vt i I tv! (f.1l'i i.\i i ijj ;property: sit ia'eJ.! i Jie Lou :loi iimi'toi'Iy Kcvicxv, Negro Kerseys and Linseys,] vs. > Bill for DivMcc.Mjrinda to his friends and the public lortbfj

gI iJ mJi, w'n mth rtis Mtrsul, ri'liii citv' of Sr. ,To-;>'i, or >o much thereof, as 'F h(' 11i3IuriL licvicxv White and Red Flannels, Thomas. Es4 Iibrral patronage, and bet-9f to inf6n; fr
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>'l ill l co ltitue: a pill.--I '-iid city.Se will I i piy the Snt< aid: County Tax on the sine: Plain and Fancy Jean*, has leave that he i in now receiving an aijjjti ,
'Iie complainant to fiK ,
2.: liH funTIT nr.l.it'.lt Tint; it s'l ill forjthe; vcar I' I II : ) 1eviCtY, Double twilled Tweeds, THE bill which was done. It s.uppkmen.to al ?'i;>ply, which added to his forir.t"i r

In thed'iU-: slid J\iIie.< to watch slid city s.tiiigat I M I LM inimnroved; valued at $ > \ purporting TZioVrstiitiuslcr llcviciv, Super fancy Caameres, t.he satisfaction of the Court that thedi-fondanf appearing; ) i stock, renders hn assortment unusually I ?

fronii o'clock till dijlij'it, it sici! al- to I b'lung loll( C All.viN estate.l IRL.tCJWOO1YS Super Eogli.sh and French Cloths, of the Wetern ; and coj.-ijd.-tp. ErKlt>b, French Gfrtrian
esiiU'fs
out C'ircut rl I Florida It
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Ic-fiaticn si t ti> :nirie la'uivo! ei-.i' ojeopil.S l L-'t unimproved, valued at oj, purporting E DJNRURIIIM Whitney Blankets, in), I 11 1 and P2qrs.Dufiil i ordered (that said defendant be > A Jrs's ; Cosmctic ; Pertssmery amvriean
tr Cia.
c. ."i R" it furl'i"for I lur-J, Tint siulPoIicsnl t> \\A n ; t,) R 'jcrt A rn: *t rou.I : A t I ? I NE. Blankets, S, 0 and 10 cjrs. 3 ear and answer the bill of complaint required, on ap-the and Dnu'gt4 G;ls; ware, .e., &c are ; ,

reeivt for si-h S.TVI.V*, iw.'if.-tivc I I Lt uiiuiinveJ. val J at $T ), pur.ortin; Denims Kremlins and Cottonadcs p; n
to Pli sici.ns: ; Ctunfry Merchants ard,
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Tin; in
abov' P.'rindic'ils anroprintod in Ncvintdi.iteIv irsl Monday Marchi1s17;, and in fhe% fault other,
tl lhr< for 01:!i ml: every in nth: tint s tii witvhshillprfirn t'') Ii 1Ei4 ti.) F G Ar.>!r.T Urnwn Shirt ; and Sheeting, t the most ItScral ferms-all of which he r
"ik! : 0:1: their arrival 1)} llic) British t[hereof, the said bill shall he taken proconfesso, warrant
ii J srvc.s.; Lttim.iMV.j.J 1 valuj-1 at .C''i), purporU.ig tolong Cotton Osnnbunrs *
; and unadulterated. -
s Ji.MjK-r<, in ;i loantilul clo.ir: typo, on !fine xvhite and I that I this order In-published i in tome newspaper pure
S.I.. Jl': it fnrt'tfr arJihi-J, Tint mli) R Bjvvri. .. e's estate. Cotton' Drilling and Ticking; II. I*.
).r>or, a-id are faithful cn;>i.'< ot' I tlif nruimNJi I in this State fr two months l>eore! the ABEL,
phill b? sivai a'rl I tint ap.ilicati n slnll i 112 receive. 1 L Lsmiin-rnvJ. -.i1u1; lat S" purporting Linen and Cotton I' Checks, Wholesale and Retail Dnc
cxwonu'MVGAZI.NK lifting! an exact lJC- day ordered for the said l.enring. isf15
.! i1 W th C I'nrd lor; th elf'tii of sudvitchnJT 1 1 b1.iijI.: A B BhiAvll! e-fatc. Irish Linen, Shir'ing aid Sheeting,
ijsnkl; l I lite I.kli ib'jrIi id.tjoii.Tho (;lo.v.: :MACREA: : Water atre'tf.
\ : i ii t'lff rn? inrrur as fir otasr city 1 L thn.>rjxvl, val'i-.lat $1>)) \ pnrpottm.; t t3 P.lenched Cotton Shirting and Sheet in Apalachicob, Xov. 21 1SI' .
wide-spread I f.i'ne of 1 these1 s1n'nliiI! l IVri- Jnd.ce of Sotith'-rn Circuit I >
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olivr* aniii'ifi-1: bvsiid C r.i eil.Sic. E.1 l n!; to G >r... Chrk. ; Enslih! French and American Print*, : -
oJiralrouler: it nooilU-5 tii' < much j ii: I theirpraisa. PreMffmg in I the Western Circuit.
z'n-ilftrt'i-r 0\li'n.l, TiuMor nojct :2 I.t t* i im irov d, valn.nl at $t inJ, pirpor'.ingtob. : .iy Extra: super, plain and twilled Ginghams, : flru.s and lUcilicinrs.
A< liter or i'ij, I they .Maud far in ad- A true Tcste.)
I iry ( copy- n
1 of d-ijy or i i-il 'n I'ru.v, any mraVr oi .l..1:111Vui: I Cromwell.1J : S'ipcr Cashmere d'Ecoe, THE 1 s'lb-cnbfr) has'
vTice nf a'iv wurk* r.j .a <:mi.ir| lar.p no\v .ub- I II. W. ROWI.KY: Cl'-ik' C. C. C. C. and Wi Jj)
,. ji.l PoliP s'nll b li.iM t b* d.scb 1: irg.'d fronJi I Lt* u"ii: -\-nvi3, valnetl: at 51, parportin.; | Extra s-ipcr Mu-lin de Lame, constantly f.ave.on handa
1 lih.1! win: !.' I tinpolitiral c-unpU'xion of each i-< Calhonn Conntv. Drc. 21 de v by the M ivor; ail I i f ir'>;", t e\r(?>diaz t.i !i. 'i.; t ) 1 C.i 1.11i.: Eo lih, Scotch and American do. a :' rtrnent of DRUGS) ; and
i m.irkf.1 b : .1 dignity, CUK; } T and I f irb-'araru-c! : nut MFD|
Mn m vitu* wno*. at 1 tj! di-T-ti n oftli: M 1 iv.ir.S ;: I.oisHiujDrnvl; vdu d at ,f-l>, purpnrlingto !t.-"i I'm ,1 1 in xvork of a party char.irter. 5'.j;> Itlim(: black and figured Silks (' ir nil Court.I.v ? CIXE5*, w I.ich l.-e \\'ill warrant rHj

c. C R' it fttrd'T a-It >t './, T.nt th"d'i1iisof bel..i:i.; t.i I R K Cdi. Black Silk Cravats and fancy Ilkf*, 4 ?- ?r.of\ the brst quality.
Tiiev en!>rae t tic!) views of I lie threo cr atpartuM OPEN COLT.T-DrrKiinEK: 1LRM3 1 1'P. Cnnnttf
U Police s'nll' b i > --id all 31;i Lot* uizrr tv.1! vjlnd at 20.% pivortingto Silk
s t. a' 'rtI i n ; Super English and Pongee I Hkls: Merc !.hanf! r.n-1 Planters will
in J'igl: l iid-\Vliiz: Tt and lladical. lu dniitctri/. fjnj j
ry
aiil I lint 1 fa'tiJ ts--! b-lm t I.i Wui P Cnu. ; English! Cotton llkf to tl.eir ilVdIitjC '
jjroas -3Zrrt4 tmv in ; '' and American :*, :: to rail; examine and Ju'i
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Ulack-.void :rvl: I !lii? Lon 1 m Q'nrlrily' ate Elizabeth MclJryde.Sv !j-rice
streets or other pi ise; d'irm Ihe lin that *> 3 Lots uiinirjved, vduM; at $5 i, pirportinjUb : a'si'Uhe Iadrs.* and Verona head I Ilkf*, Good; *, l-el *ie purrha-irg elthcre.X. .
Torv tie"riinriri! 11 :vio\v, XVisi: ; : I *, > Iliil; for Divorce.
Piilicj is i on duty, a 11 per-tnrn; aiv other d.i1t l I.I to W Col'init. ; L'idles' (Cotton HCKC) and Gents IIf-hoe, B.1: Piijs-ieiar/s prescription* r-fit
VvV tinin thatmiybi l prinb l bv ih. .Mrjr: lor tlieqiict : :C Lits u uir;>iveJ], v.iled nt S"> \1 iv.irporfingto -1 Super M.ireilU'* and Worsted Vest i ng. ) care ad accuracy at any Lour of thedax
rl! I i tu'I d.n'otod
t t. > ijmrely I l.ionry, 'i i principally appealing to I tl.e s.ilifaction rf the Court rr t'Hl
an 1 *iffiy of slid c.t. : L b ;1 1 14 to Col j'lit &, Grant. ( M l I ton and Flax Tin end, IT J. C. ?
Contini'iuil Work- that the ALLEN
to criticism* on I 1'ircrzn defendant William Mcl'.rjde, reside
Passed D. c.J !. 1 1'1 J ;. 2 L ls 1: u iiuiM.-ovod, valued at $1.1, pirporlinito Plain and ilg'd Swis and checked Muslins, March 2! Crr C 'nfro ar.d
Tho j-ru-ci: tit! t !be 1 UK-VIUNTS are les* than out of the State of Fl:'rid.i : It I I i* i-rdorrd, that i the Crmmercesir.J&XS5y&i.
i : C. Myr. bcUti.r to Win 1 B Davjll.T. Jaconet and Cambric Muslins 2 -
n onetbi of tho f.irii>n copies, and \\hile Ibv said defendant be required t I', as.sr and answer }
W. YAH* \. : L'>t- 'ij-r.ive.l valued at $5) purporting: Pins
: u' jM !rAm : Needles Tape, &.c. &.c.
are < j'i div wi-ll 1 cot up; tlvy afi;nd all I lie ailvanag. t the bill in I lii* Case, on', I lie first Istrstt.sv in April, | .'
t.i b J rig to t D I W I D.i') )is. Which Invc been selected with in
_tn () : I .i t I.> tiic! .luitrf! uvei tie: J.jli.si, reader. treat care 1M7 I l a r.d i in d L f.mlt t thereof I the san.c shall I be j |f& if
:2 L-M* u tnirov!: ; ?.l, valued at .>)), purporting i iI Xi-w York nnd( Boston, from Import ere and Agent* j?
niiq; ji tri'n"', fi'iiH "An O.diamcity t taken pio confesso, ar.d it i i- furthf r "rdf-red I Lat I Ithi '
1 i I bI vi/to Jo'm! i E: Divi*.
of Mj-rifjctiirers; nt the lowest market rate*, arid 'r af-ilr
) ) a 4 L z i' L : L t LI t ; I notice be publifl.cd! in sow in j 4
(* of Atil; ic'.n: 't! I.I i." 0 L"Nuiiii;>rjvpJ, val-i.'d at o.1, purporlin.; : ? r.V'flNT TO flE M.1V T .kDVA' C. are now otli-red at hole'sile or -etail on favorable I this Slate f I.r the spactt.f I !Lre.- :ioith: nnvuper! ...; i- \ '

; it (.r.ItJrj f r' .t7ir n Crr'7. t t b l.injf to Jo'rti Dcr.iolf. I For any ii'if the four Review .;-"?.' > p'* sn.v.ini. t terms by WM. G. PORTER fc Co. (; io.v.. MACUKA.Jd : : \ Jr3 3
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TJit; si rai-'i of !.n orl.'mf ("i'it-! \uOrJi 2 ) L '. iniiii ir.ived, vaind at $10 ', p-irpnrtin.; ;: For anv t-.vo, do. .1.01 I __D.-c.'r._ 1 lsij.| .1 if 1 Water street. : ert S-utifni ( \ &%3saA
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t'ie ti'>!ihi-: .- i i i- i'i'mja M I irt t ii > ig to Jfi'in REEX fc COX.XERY; Xo. .] ,, Water street.i1lt.e tlv.WvJfr i t .:<''tit. *
L', "itirivd f vil-iel I *- i* \xr 9
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fir IhuC'i'y ib1 Mh-ii i !. y r.ui" *4idn ; 1 For all tour ol I I the Review*, >.'W 4t G .\ Trse Co
j'i.1 t received and olli-r f sale! ( ;>\ Te tc.)
ir"t t.i 1, k-i1 i i 11 J % ib'iitii, b > hivht t-> 1 li !1n.; j'i F ti n ( *t Jle.J 1 For ]]Ij"kw > id'* Ma.T/.ine: i ?,4)J> >: <>r *
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ri.iatij|. Aii t'li* "J I -i .' ', .' i ''.v-1 Lt* 2-I11r; >vo 1, ..1hR4i i--">;>, p-irjjorti'jg! j I For JJlackw'J'od and the four Rc- 1:21.) sick* Gieen; Rio Cofli-ee, (new crop ;) ROWI.H Clerk C. C. C. C. FOR: tl.e cr f f Dipri-sin rr Ir.dierstion, EiI-1
1 IHM t barrel* Nrt hem and Wtsteiii I Flour Calhr.un: (;5.u.v. I) c. -j| | -r oVrjo; .rn !
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I.) h ki *t: : nit t Z L I I I CV- i viI_ x.*, 10,00 : :pat ion,
1 SituJay zzif.t 1 I.-)t iTi;>rived, vain -.1 at f"J, purp'/iting' (tahi' CL.TTflflIX( 2!u' > '' Old Rectified Whikey ; I! ( :I31tet'---VrtJ!: ( rziT t);-.rs' .i MI. < : ''. P'.ir-' ':fsfi.; (Craiel.; Hatn.

I'4.J l) -*. M, I IL ru to Jane# ''iiifl ] (JO) bovs wltile, pale nnd brown Soap ; CaIl1. !> !:.';. &>r. FTiit> u ( l .ii > ii.: (| r. tail], bv
Ftnr c'tpie* rf any or all of 1 fie! above wmlcwiP ?; hhd X. O. Suir.ir .ido Mucovadodj I L'U
0 L it* u-u-uifVc'l 1 v.ilnol at p3) i u ; ; J- C. ALLEX
,:_ i ;::nTMty.r.. ; purport; Mrv' FiTMi F by }hi Dnigjrjt.Tnrrnui' .
f'-n.
b" -if t > one ad 1iv on pavmsi.t ot I Die rc- I ; > r next 1 --- .
I,, n.., t.i U.'jcrt ( 2'i) cask* Iicon Side" and! Shoulder* ; '-- -'-' ------- -----------.t---
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rLI.-. l rzs 2 L !- I im irjvvJ, val.ud: at , purporting to14 unlar nSi 'ripli'iti fur I three-the font I h ci.pyy o ll.irn* ; friend I Kwkiah R. \V--I, j I II f Dvnrce| I "* Cmiipotimt'f Exirat-0 .

; t '_, t e h to Ed.var.l I II irdu's: er-t.ite.t l) 'iTv .rrLIi. 2.'J: Inrrcl* Cl.irificd Siunr ; ( zz; :.'? ::i :: t'ovia.i'i ,

'\TOriCE is JJ.T j:; .v u tJ: i' srv ;;a i UH yf. :2 Lt* u inn:prove.!, val-seJ t S"iJ 1, p-irpoti'ig) ) -mitta-ice( without* arid Cifl1mufliC.Ii1)nIrP14 hem I'J I boxes Loaf; do ; V.'iiliain tl.Hcat-se E. Farri.-gt il : t to j J tl.p C urt z'-r.- ;, :! .-,_ t'siriaILcj 44114'
idt* in all cn is ex1.'i..P!) to the ptihliahrr ;Til t I' appi.rir z < I-y .
i' t'h.! ;: .* K llodjos. ) Sprnn Cantilc-s IX : : 'i' .r'i
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due will --i1 rnre
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: ]IVIt t.1.
Complainant trade tfc.vf! f ft- i'fendant I ,
The duly ,
< tormor in iv always be done thn>u !h a barrel J- *- .
X ,
1 L t v.-l val-ied at $:-"l O> 2) 1 E Rurn r -' i .1 i. .- v in, r'.istn.r.
;
WHn >
crj.% oi, ;) iit the C sit 11 'j j J r i-t l'i -it\ "4" i : parpwliog.t / j
t I William E.: Farrin
Pnit-ni-'i-l.-r lnnling him I the fon residii
j by i
: I riiX'.I l to I I.e 10 Vhite IhiltimoreGin ; .c j /.t :
*. 1' a J.uiyj) i iVdlwn: Upland. ; r i p. i: i'ti .55 30 siid
,\p.iljrh:; lj, t'i IU vv. > j ;Try, in w t : |i ivnitted! I liking his roceiit; I and f n-waidinjr I the 10) United States hi t without:l I the State f,t Fl'ncnIt e. .. ..
; L-,t* n 'v. H, valued at J purportingtth ) D.nnestirllrardy ; r. s''r It
LsN.w.! y and J-J, WoF.I, Vi ?! fit .! i3zflr .f' > ,
e ? i is Iht-ri-f r.rd! r"I 1 ,. ; .
lr.tftn. A K 1 Hill. ri" ';;) by mail, IVist-paid! ; or I tl'.r> monev nay JO N ( f Mr l. "* ; ': ,pnMication it- I--J ; t, ; I r'I iriVali.i.li heiag1r.
:1 Ii '
: Ir3.iy :* C.flii iL. he en"o4-d! in L'tK-r ricc< r'lst.r; t' IT.V, f fr f thrrminth! j .
a Pcst-Paiil, dnccieJ to ) b"\vs EizlIi in s''r 't'; s- t t.-: ,.,
1 L >t 'i ;.:.r >v,' i. valued af 3 >, p-irporting M o Dairy (;'hc-f-c ; s-I titts the
the pu'ilj-hci-4. '' paper p'ibli-hrd witn! : thiCiu'} ; ; sflt, ilir. < r : I Isnid ,
X li .1 t lh Isv. > > !nieces Kentucky ;ILnrging: ; .re, "ill.nt
it i. IWivk.T. i J. 41s f Ipiei
:X. HTio: \far on all I the1 Perir\\ \ :iJO ceil r1. !in'l.srst t to a;'lear at the Spnr r 'it i ;,i tin'the I -. : ittit
L' d. v.d'u-d "i ) t tob Jliipe
1 <1 n-irif-- at purporting ; i'rsscipl. fundp4
;*. 1.1.IZiif 1i JJ. A. X ; > ;
11rsI: r. s. is 11.d ; .. I Ciiruit Court to he I.Idr'. I '
r by tio lite Pii-t-0Tice; l.iw, f.i ; !) bales Alicnif ;'t- i- r. ; v < I f \ '
1.. '14 X t a J 7, i lil-i-k t'V i: L.Jtir f" H 3J iirnan.1 : : 10 ( Shts! ; : ; t'itt rtaet bw,
.% : t1 i1J' 2 fulfil uiInIirt't.1.: valued at tt'" >, purporting: Hue thirJ f'lt'furiiicr r'j b\-3nd ht-bxs!! (new crop) Mai. Rai-ins;; Franklin, eud: ?!'I rJc'F1y t ; 1 ) 1ILrT,1e I ant sivj-i I i-i hr. rnn\ be taken -s-i-d -t hr .. .' '%ct k'd .
to !i.\ 1 &z tta G C S Johnon.. t evn n*? I to irii; M I *'. )*: ? -<-. I ) / Lftani- as ru a m ; .. :, '- Pr. } trilsre ,iztI1

u'd *,* !:! oft ( '. *>rit -ip-tl rt'f> an'l tn rn 7"i:; I\tof.sniIr.d\! Tobacco ci; :. >. w. MAI I-.LA. Jt-: ,
d f. r J-i\ s of l i.F .JH! Vc v'* 7; Lots jir>rtv.-d. rti< at t y'3'j, purporting I.1).i.rig tol ; A C.iv. I' ; rnbia'Iin

Th.1 hiit aeiii.Ji1ir.n..TEIX. l |t. J'ij'i! .r-n'.xins' e-tat a mrr certain,

S'4 I1 : Lots sunio-.ei; !, valued at $1') t, purporting: direct Tl'ii'-lio'i I < l/-n-ii.n'riifT'.i-i, t! d'i any KJI

a :d cv-O.Tri'1 Si .',c TaC..1!.Tt., r.pajciic -> !KV] ii' i < St> i'l'irn' .''Vie*. tiffiriTHE I cfif r>f \* /-- i it"V' .f f>crinlicanill/ if t 2 i half tibl* do do ; D.I (vrnli.-r :;l 1M lf. I jml I Irn | j jC'raisiilii L -.: i!1. "i' .' -! ..; .. -' In rnar.v ca.M < the

.\ ? Jj, 'v-jsl. .'-.', !' I'".. **7-<-':JSlate 1 Lt uri.r.i.vallied; at $** ), jnrportingtuh'l 1 ;;- (OF_ PXPAGE.LE'iX ) ; 12 t IueasrrIed! Svi sips : < 'ir Miit Cv iN tins iyJ. sj4i.

> u t i J n:3a.. Bas. I : \T\ SCOTT, C ... piMWlPr*. :2''J J chests and IJJ\L-S Gunpowder; and IhTI Koj..rl! *, Allen 4. Co.s. ) .' .

anil Coii : ;y T.-5T; Co1ez'1e LSe. 1 Lit: n.n\-.', vihi-l: at ..3 ', jviriorti-ii: I to JT-; -2f--; n 1 '2 F-iit-n S''., ?C--.v-Ynr'< < Ta* ; \ 'Petition t'> F. r.I -e : : C. 'M.LF.X ) .

!>t-l "i.z t.i J Ki'no': ** --t.il'3 -. 10) J chests nnd Inxv-s Powchon Tea ; Fbc'ies-'r Ifo'.f, aid f r-Iort '.g". ---- -

"TY virt iof t'p| \vr v. *< l IT i ..* b.: 1 -v, L-: ::.:/.- > -. .5, v.jl-jc.1 a 'J U, purporting toieoito ?;e.i. A i'l'a II' C II! C5i t.Tfiiiioin,7orii.AL :2! half pipe* OK! I'o ZC: Rrandy ; Win. C. i-t" ren-e. J I ;-2irs

J 10) bisket '' Ileidsicck"I r "E i drfend ,-
.1) zu i1 i' itr e I e ;r : 1'a Chainpngnc ; ints are Iirr-'jy r.ofifkd t f t.r i .- -

lIeS'.rc th* C i'irt II I ve in t'i cjty 1 AM! i -1sFrjiklm 1 Lit imnrav.-i: I I)1t1S1. :.tI) ht.:4 :';aiI. fl'trfptI size-s ; sttfi''!'>n rf t'e' :>h"ve s-nt, !iiy !pt tfk! >'i t., t- i-v-
: b.lo-.gto i) irii'jl.ir Till; .I.VNL'VKY stIR}: 2 bhls II .1 and Uread .lvt.n! > their :
ieaIEL, i'o'ia'j.l-i $ < ; ..M.U <5J--1 t -i ip < > X.ivy ; ( certain rnnrt..r*!'* d.-
Igi flii 1) 1 ul 1 I4'I t HUMI Vi-J, vi'r,5.'i at 3, purporting I tob.l Vi'i: rc r.-J ( :id WP dj i.ot Ktvt) to '.i\ t.i]; / :'i: I tierce* ;new Rice : tbe loth day "lOcfobrr, I 1-l">, ot v cerf.tiu si- ; j .
; ) _
r.1.e1y, I 1 t tC4)fl :
iuv, or s ,:i2-"j tlivif: .! :'I: Mi.; I Ii Abrah-jin L .w. we" .nv lid! I Hi iicce;; :(ty <.f br.'sUin! "t> II t 2? i k'Z4 and ijtiarter; new Inck".s; beat ; called tie! Oi'n," to s *curth > p" -,. T i it

Stale aid C.i nv Tax d ie :,...-r.* .:; :-.r inl.il : 5 L'it.! ; u-uiir.( v: j, vJnd at $*.* !, purprti1. (::-1.. I)f:.the', ':it sivrii'-;, and Cfirj.iaenriti a ?.TW %.j\7}: Ubihe' !* Xort her Oat -t te!: *'itr. f>i ffs.n.( And that at Jhc rt-vt ; '' .4.

7.) t i LxlLr.p. (> IIi'u}: JorftN vi. i'i J Jim! :try-tlie, d.nui'"i 'I i"iiirr.I.i. I.c. i, I ter.n ot said couif, I '.. ill r: .ve I'-r s jv.iL ;:. .1: i ".

i Lot i a: : /-."], di-d al f S*), purport5 I to t'te titsl a'u! ? ,,; i.srnb.r.havinj, .i tar iij'cdfd \- rtclottrp.> I *' '. -
iV1i.trt 4 --1 : i f *!, .'K-j.j. onr cjl"ni t ti .-]-, I t'j.it \ve rj-i no I'IflZel [ R.\NCiS KOPMAX Ins for sale :
\\1irM G
: A. SEM.MF.S.: Atfy frItt': I
(; aii 7 in J 1'iC.! 1 7.L I -r
Engli'1 and Amencan Prints _
I L.u14 .i, v.il.1: at $ V). pllr4)Oltfl: iijtl\; : I he iit.v .- --. i IKIwti! ii.atuially; \\ ilito ; Ap.il.ichirola. Jan '2, 1M7 :"V---n. 4 7 4.' _
t 3, 3. 4. .,, H, T, X '.', i in Ul-ir'; i -. :' 15'iiribt'/.iitc and Sill I I ; J
: .Alpaca
1 ( t'.i
.r't'niuftj.'tf % : ;
.
O'ir
t3 be: ;>'z i 'Vm i IITV*. pi.ii.is. kind ,'- -----'--
J.n.1. 1,7, S, i'S, i 11, 15, i i, 17, ., :.! !]Li'!: Iv.. Iriendboviil; have Drad E'f and colored (Jar.iricsHIached :
j- 1 I.-rt u *-i'if.v--d vj''id ? I tobil T.-ivVil five rnrnirs! if ; "
a : purjifrtir
I.n N < 7 1't 1 1 iii iliir | > ; tratavrj FJ. t
j t the j M.JMI: JO-IJVAI, vilsibinit I;! ar.d; IIro-\n Dometics :
IMS to !:iTflire.. \ : V.1: IIfl.ZV! \v,
I..t :; : nick in 1 L4 iti 1lt4iv.:1.: VdS id at S'VJ, purporting t-i li"! .s to I tirj i invii: _' I l-.voor I t'lr.iextra pup<-rI"t X gpi I\er-\ and Blankets ; V A A A S A % V'EIMI1'LliE.i .
;
l/it* 1, 7, -, n i5 i 't 1. !, i'u t j Djniei .Mun'i. bind in viirii jif! > Voi.r-i ?: ron liJ7 l ; ad: tl.cnri" ) Uec; 'l'ickand Litt.eyVot',1es ; \ /nci: :.- :rt'.s. '..* ;:.': dji.-iw.i; : :. ... 'I it..' (ft wi-.tl.Vi i : w. iilJ rail the 311t1'.

him e, 3, 4, 7, ?, o, j-i ::;.. -\ j.Jtls j. Ai-ron Chech and I 2'lannvN 1 > tn tl.a Hi-n. Pi ..Jure f .. *
:
: i "i ,
.* 1 Lor u u.M.ij-.nv 1. valued at S"J, purporting t tlE:1'JL to ffra: 'ni'tif will br* a threat C(,rivnuncf I to i ; ot r.i % i |j : : i ; : -! i"i > wh 'li, lias proved iTr

1, S. 7, < 1:1 t'J1 c'; Nhotsl ( .1 NirLri2r. the distant; -'rj- Tib .r-*, who! Irid onlv li.- .u'l ofoir I.inon: and (.'.ur.hric Handkerchief! *; Ciiunly, for a (tii'.l i tIt--fiar f'rtu'i (tie UIIMI| :>.-Strotion rt-- .' r \\r i': rro : 1PJ} if i 14 nniver'aJ.T/ :

Jn 1.1,11 IHo-k: D. 1 L it imirovH, I., vd K-d! at 'UJJ, j-'ii-portnu tob'lon prr ent s-i: s afl.-r; it- fir:< numbers were efi"i".1"l \- I I los.eiy of every d 'scription[ ; of the est.te et J.ih.n: CPtrki'i:*, I sfe <''I | !.'!",' i .'
]1i1* !, 2,3, 4;, 7, >, IV, I ii ni'iJL : to \::n P.ii/.ck. ( a''l v.'hn now r.in fairly fiwrn'nc* lit*" Straw Ioi'k and Woolen I lord- ; s..ij ct'Un'y, n-ce.-!. j I I"'l vl; l> ;.: ,. : I -' :- < i. '.. r rrri; l-.yc-d

Ja'4 1, 3, ti, 7. !l. I'*, i i' JJ! irjc j. 2: LI!* '), purpcrti.icr I'vlu niliritJi t.r >Ynu Vtm.V sh.ill[ i<-i Kid Siippors arid Walking Shoes ; JO. :-Ai- sLC; "Ur* ,!**!"**tJuL/y .*-a T:" *r. .* : .:.-i f r .vLru ft i- i o.ir :: !. d It nt: *?

Lit 3, 1, r, f" '7, 1:1: Bl' '< 11. t-i bfi i-j! to G P.-e. jr. tfK-rcfuir, Xo. 1 ot our M\V VOL.L'MK on the -ilof Col-Ted and !M.ck Gaiter; Boot* ; .*\ {-. i, N.".v. -2t I Js. | -.. -r.iUciiCul t-t :a> |! . '.\-irL': ;!.>* -.xr: > IXVUIORATJS
1-rts ;J, >. i, <', **, i > tti ck 4 1.IxiUl rg .
2 L !s u U11'f_ iv.-i. v-.l-iJ 4iH>j>, purporting f Jjnuary, and: t thereafter! keep even pace with I C.ilfand Kii; I I'.i; >:MIJ: ; : : : f rr.-ni., fn" u (!!s-.ivf aid

Im Fi I, iilthrk'tl.L I i i A-tE;_ ,I .1 : : Father Time's: ol nhionvd btuiunin $ an<.l.lending. Call, Seal Skin, Kip and Water Proof Boots TtTiCi-' Per*' n h.-. :;,,' ci! tnTT | : '' t ..rf: ,f.Mii4ii! -lirn.* rr r nrjjSO(
:s 1, 2I: <;, 7. '. I L, in IJi >rk ;} >, i. Fnsfr. i.ife *
J'epi '
i ot'Fruiki'n
% J Lt inpr'r.d, valued at3! <', pnrjKHliiig I to Fin J Silk ar.d: FurlLt 1 ; : r"rnf fceacd -- prrv. J'\'F i': rtF: ::1t'M. ( It tD:

IflI! 2 ti J'$, in 1H4J4' b.'l v4toVin: D I-ri--o. A fi'icas-nitmcnt I of Ready Mad? Cl..tl.inr, ;are rjij'iesffd to prcnt tlic sai'n* sii'-y ; '/\V..i. I. (Cll'.l.l Frt.'X.: : n< re i ; rrul!

4:;, t S, 9, Us, i ii !HL >ek !--i.I4t1s2tu 2! l.-it: jrt,<-Vtfi, v &ihl at .f-'lo), p'jrpoifin iu I The (following are the only lna on whir-b And a I lir.t vam Iv of F.'n-cy (jocds.A authc'-.ticateJ, w itliin! the tune prvs-.Tiht-d: ?.-. i'.v : : ,. .* I : jis5 TI.l ( i.nrt:: : t f. rr.-* M'P bttlj .4

lU.i.i HI > :; .i t. ig l i 1-r B : i ; the lIf I >MK J H-RV\I. i ; firniied! to su'i'rnbors : pal ichicfh, Drc. r>, l jf s;. or I Iis: m.fice will be ; 1 1d in i baroflftir ra j ,Li ft- > j-i r !L''l'I W.-: ; ji-'duct" rl.inOHP, ;:.

Lot-i l.i i ), i.i JJJ'i-li: : IJ.J One c sv; fr one very, ar.d all 'c..:* i.idli'e J t- siri
y.-.ir.f:2 nj jes itJo.: ; atre'jiioMcd | --'j 'i'i. it jJ'? (I.i' rmsfn
\ r <
2 L-.t* i I-jt: i -'td, ; .l-i-d at : ::j"J I I toh.liti : nis \\
ls 1, 3, 7, s, :> i in 1..j B!'(-'- : > purporting Tlirc c > >ifs, to opa-drt! A < UI). t > r'.ike: it-itr.i di.i'r-! '. '
? t. F: .\ R -*. | -<.5 D'j ; ; si'QIX ; ,' -nt. ; r.-i -,: : .- :try.. !.' r< barn--! in itftffrf +

). .IL'A! < :r'ri. : 3 L-t* u ',iirrv.-fi: |. valued at **" ', liin-iridf'fi/ ..Mrmrc.StHi \J SF.VMOFi; lkcs Itii ir.etlo'tl c.f infrmL vT.L.M: U' ) ''tCI. f -, I r' .- S--I.T' a'' d! tchealth! rl the patnf i it is ,*

an.l e-O.fli'i TJ.U vlrApiUchu purportiiij I' a-s \vi.h! to mtit.\cribt, a-d mrneicp! will: II iuih: l > citiz-ns; rf Apahchicnli and i is- .A ) 'i1. i : t .. ..f.w4l [ L.cn
tn blt'if i to A K tI t > II. r\ us* even no vrsi* *
-.st li X.u. > M fl. Ri Iii IV I that I i I.e !,us rerinvad dyn I
JK ;. the .1 A NC t i'\ Xi'MiiEii aiv rj-.jy-.ted 1 tr> ..pfdwt : (sri t the corer"t I 'l''rer.'d.
r; L't* ; ".*'"! val-i--d .tt
irsiMijir- al > 'J, W.it._ and Ctntre
r streets, and feclini thankful ,
o'jre tu the (Uifice ot : i
'rot) .! : r t'i bc'l'inz to \Vm Ro'vlett.fo Mret-t. Publication, Xo. I TI"Folton V l lr I the patron I.e heretMorc extended to htm, inont.'is!' a1'. rt.o! | iji.hc.-'i.; :i c!t't-{{ ;..,:;.- -. i t Crdi1! CTflIft1ZC I' flth C1714

') b,' II ALK! b i\f; s :M i 1utA1ur-I! '. \V T. IJ ... ;_" : Lt- : ? ;; vIi.: I at E.:? pnr'Jri; .z Ag sit- ) inI he s >icils a ronc.val <.I! t ttesaue! bv fifP-rin to >P I s.U' ,!! ap.-iy; t.. the C> i.rf: of Pi--; i.FranMin i. r>*;.'u3-.d much mcrceasily admi.iistered, tu!

I Jra'I. b1 t I 14 to R"eii'i: C'>ltiit &, ( ;rtit. : C'1)b' n ily.a you a very nat and select Stock of GOODS Cuni\ Ki-rio t f r t..it.r; 4.I! t: -i.--i i f **

4 1 Jt1bx. 1jrufcthr1 : Pdi4e' ikt'i L'tt r.jT.provedahrtl at"i puriorting I II)4'i' to I < ;io.:' r. MORRIS, : in part a* follow : conistiis s.ntrnra| the esf.ittnt' D.tvui C. I.1 l! d---e.--cdJ Pr -.:.r ,' .,,: Iv Tv JC'ilXVIXER i Co.. 43
: .
: un.2i (I : ( I > p. \VILI.IS, Ciuthsaul C'aasimcrcs, various st Ule*. a\dininitratr! nnd all I person. inter ->tt d rMI r-, I .Cit1i ti', N. .. 'V '!-.

'I vr a 2 L'lls u iiist..d; v.il'rij at I j ") i, jmrporting1o i'g'ti's: y Fancy I Prir.ts, (It). do. I estate are hereby r'-nilod: ( to file eifanx \ ,'I!; I H.: F. ACrr.I., Ai

Irs 22:! Ib baxes "JV.I ir'ir' !K112| : t tc P-H-.W; : Rindal) Tliry! have the : -' 0 fur aI.tt.I.ieI.i.
I.'i.t do. in t and
> X 1 F. \V F A T, L S T V I, E S Ahpac.i tre ; Figured. mariner tr n rejuired [ _,
1-2 Ib 1 L t i.j.pr/v -J, \.ili-d at -
I/trnji.* i ), purporting I tobjiMir Silks Grod; .? Kyrie. ( blaw.. .

5 boves JVJiriufacturcd *4 .1 IV Mur.tf' Ia 1 t'i G.Tirv St t (Clair. At the c-.trMisivo: lfalillitnent I : (.f do. M"ntelladi JOIIX! GILL SJit-RTEn. A.Im'r.. ( : ee; ( atau I'lUdy.stuI'.

Premium..r 1 I-A iifipr.iv.-d, \.thied tit V), purpoiting I tn LEE ct B n vy 4'rEJg Safin Striped. Au-n.sf 1 n 1 I Jsp;, Zl -n; ;{ :

boxes 'e 4 I- 1 II 1 1n:z I to I H M Stewart's:
1eoii" J'rand M i fe unimproved, valued at slO';[ ), purporting tobeljii I I -14 ( EI\i STRF.HT, x. VOK: J\I\ irino do.d >.cs.do. MA/ on'.vrs LIFE: PILI. AXI) PJHEMXJJriTEIlN ( i d ttr ; Cr f *i ( ( f ( ( ( .lits, Asrhtna!

: Mi''if.i'1urcd S. NJI(1- to I Hamilton Siiiith. \Vhoro nro ronr* !ilrarr.cl nr-irlv all I I tho XEW I '>. D.-Iaine do. ; JIM received and for s .t- by rr5jt r IhI.oia.thr.c.pirg ( ingh,. 1tjjt us- s!

leon's": IJran-1: Straw bry.." 1 L' t 'ruijir< ve !, v ihi-d at s-VJ, jnirpoiting SrVLr.N of I PKIXTKJ CAMi:05: win.I.HV} !, :Muslins i I India 15nok.do. Nov -2S II. F. ABELL, )r'-t. t? ct Ik"itnir*; : Pletirisy' (('onI1znl'tloLI, J Jcinc.
l! I she
Zf) 21 Ib bixcs Mannfacturi-d ** "Xtpo- tn belo'14 to (Jeor e Stewart.! h'-cn pr'idn"ed in I hi-; cir.trv. or imported f"rth I
Iejr.: Ir4nd) Maz-rilia." 1 IsA utiinipioviH; ], valued itiU; purporting I to fall; I ti K-, at.d arc oil'r I 1 t to'r sjlo J0r CASH I (ii I IAPPKOVJIUCUIIUIT iii Swiss Li-Ic l Luce and and Colored.Ed [ ( ; p. 4 (, .? ; orAll : ; :" rr"m'Trfis a dtff! that is swi-i-ping ticsan -
Cap Thread. ff t tConsun.toIkrarz
U
: to nr.iler the
> u preirial'Mr ra "c name
H bivas Manufdctur.'l M 1 r'il' "* I.cv.: Dow bi-lon/t.> .1 :>,\t--t. ( :.t.tU'lliiin ShauN* Uamak Silk for Consumption. Asthuu*, Coii bLiv.rl
be cu-d tLi ncds-
10 Crate* Crockery ; 1 :), J FioriliS utri 1 L'it u.improved( vjj'.ioil at A--2JO, purpciling i: Pricv' ; aUy ed (ICt1 do. Mirinn.do. Complaint, and all iWas ot the throat ar.duni ?v --g

31) d.MXerro (Japs ; G ) d i/ Jl ; )., a---.ort.xl." lobelo-ig fo.iltcr Thompson.: I lie l.- t few da\3. I'IUi.no1.( ; TT enle by

Ingrain Cjrieliij, C ttn i L'u.is, Tfd'vC.i un*. b L.jts! improved; valued: at 2 JJ, purpotting I1'r.g t'fjFiirrh: > >-rin" -n.mteed the prices-indallowanJo 1 Kid, Lice and Silk Glove Ai ril I Ii 1 II. F. AI-.ELT.. EAr -r-rprJ re.ir !pi-r, hi.-1 incfTicIr.e l uiiivtrsul I.a? beenmn'e
ta I'aT.xLv w'icr it lias t'ec'tzte
For sale 1 1)'I to clnp c > i-'j n Mit-i, fiv b I to E JVo<,..J'o>1ate. n ::d for a ii\t'ii p rirnl. i IJonneN -
Tti-kanGipey latest fashion.j I'lavoizriijy: Vatcrs.X iv {L..fl.", sr--l i* cpT'yifi-rwl! the !ie>t medicine1in
& V I %.. 3' )!. '.'\ r 2 Iv/itsiuipi .--.I, vjluslat i$2'J ), purport ing t tb u CjC- t-i! <:ir-s (ren.-Wfd and corri'ctr.d d I iih ) Jtibboii-i in nil varitfies.Unnvn ;
w --- assrtrt..t jut r.i-i-ixtd. a1firale! f<"- ,-fl it !nif iJ'-ipr-'C"1. 1 1 he great .
by
| mry
r. 11BluiTlt"I .Vj U'jtr *' /. -t. loir; J }I..r. II Wood. -u iilaliii: I I tie! j&ricc-a: e placed in I lie batd 4 Shirlmir!
of 7S11 and3-t. Nov 2) J. C. ALI.n.X Ir'T22sf.! sct-: < v' !.:ch !F-.a-* :.;Jffintd i!- r.-e infrv. t'at cvtlfl-
: .1 1 L t* i in proved, valued! .f'0':, purporting to li'iyer--, ami nt uitii <; )'>(ls crdeivd. Illched: d.v ,
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Rooks and Sfti :ifi'v.KDGKRS New 7'j-!, -1-1, 10-1, I 11-J. ;toi? ill! ** r*'.i'fv 'rnly vr.r.derfnl! ctirc which
YI rk, August, i" !l'-i. TJIrl-*. j t*._ t n.l w t vs :1t' j.et.
) i.Jr.I.-s! i.v I 15 .'>, 4.1TJ -. Ira U-H-T. 11 rfc-d t* it, ha* induced the !proprietor
L 1 Lolunimprovtil, valued at $.3 ), ]pllrpo, I ig I' Ingrain I and:; Ci.ttun ; 1' I'- I'Na' : ''','r'"r' Jirtu-le. }js-t re-
reatiu KoiNMji and filler: 1's.cr Carpeting. .) t'> :iT-ttj- ,> rf ir-fo i flip; I Frild St.t'Ct'fl; -
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belong I to C I4ireVi! I in. .1. s tV (0.: ,_J _J cetvtfd ail fir s-io bv I
Cotton M!< rn'n.2tLIt1n B ink* ; 2 Carpet JIt.n.:; : titpr t .'t' if* brine r'o! tm *t .:t fV m d valuable rt-

Ship a-iJ Iliv.-i J3i N Lwlri; ; LoH'trnmproved I .riL'to.J I),\\valued"estftt.ati."iU! purport inztoh"l .;;,. I ; I I ,itn aa'I ';,. C.c.1,,UI Hals: and (Cap*, all stylos.1'oof ,\ _- HIAlIKLL.! '_ Jr'sz.st.1HinK j I rr.' i!.. ever rticrvnd, ass.; a.fi'tttl i' all rfisoa***

153: 1'* Ir L-jtu-i Pi ( : S L' N valued Aninw opening ( li-ir F.dl sI t irk el Staple; ) ,* anti Shoes. IJook*;, S'f Vritinvr i iAGEXERAL o: ir.f !nri- uhon! i-uy r.f I the fnnctiir.s) d-i m.t
> ijjiimpi'ivfd, it t .- '
Jllauk 15.11s .' Kij .: aid Cljerk.e, to belong! I t'i P \Voodn:fI! > j, purpoitins !)r> ( ;o'd-!, I 15)ols, Shoes, I JIaf ..,c., which they Clothing ;il lI| kind L'je', &c. I II {.rtfctrn thi nat'irul :r hnsty actu-n excrtincanvM

Jii'.t t icceivcJ i and f>r siiu by 1 L t ollt-i! for sil'.1 luw (for c.isli, or city( ar'cI1.tice.! Al.o, a neat little 2sortment of Jewelry and of I grateful and! swtbirj: ir.tl'.ienre w' er the .
unimproved, valued :iI( t-'i'J a-sortment Stationery, con-
M.trh 1 H F.Aixrs .\BFU.: bi'lon:* to '.Villiam I Wyaf.I purposing to Apl irhicold! on- '_' !, J '. Hi.; many other and article examine* too numerous, to mentio'n.Call >cap at.d Letter Pipr of tb! | functitn's of the whole svstVm, dirr.imiinz! etcitrment -
for
:I Lts xalued'at yourselves. finest quality UIu;! aTil White rnl d [ wher fxcc-ssi'vc. abrr! ? irritation,
) AND oi.-: k4 x. t ii'iiinpnivd. c"ci* iiurpnrtin'' vI3vei1 by Fisx*. X. SEYMOUR. ; wt.ve ( ) t-\-
to belong to I R W tra fine Qmrtonnd' Packet Po-t aNo bevitilul j sor"ne.nd pain, and speedily imprtingrenewrd -
L.3i ; 2 1) tU' Vrr Iin Oil ViI1i4ir* rnilK: :ibscrii'-r! has ; a I'
Nov.
-: ; > taken liii' Iore corner of Apnl.K-hicola, 11 I, iS I'' I .
thewhrt frsrr.e.I
yd ficiffo
Ltf14.r.d OLI :, .. Lots iinpr.cji'd, valued at l-Vjrj' 1. assortment of French Letter Paver, Pens vrr: t-l>
: ; b4 :.H.rti.4 ; :;;st a, I'mI'aitits purporting to I'ho9nnt and Coin'nerce Onvl< where he cc.Ju .
belong! to .Ii-hn D I Grav. Tarraiii's -t received brz Alabama! and for I Prtr: : - tv ; 10J asorteJ l'.nnt Uni-lic-s; lurk LSjiajisi'i -' will I be happy to see j hidiendi and 1 the EiTervcscciit ScIlxcr per saf by
ISC .J\CKN public Oct. 17 J. C. ALLEX.A j JOIIX: U'lXKfl! [ f: Co., .1} hites'4iW! XI ew
.
Uwvvn, Vdl *vv Oihiv, nid oi'! s.- 'r'. rictor for the}: Fr.i'ei; fatcs,
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2CiVttI and lor sale l v : Ta.\ Cokclor.1)c.c.fli.i irr.v d.ie at I tins; poit I an aij rti'icnt t.f ] : RF.XKWKD, and nn invi-orate.1 I\
ruz. Holiday <2itt' II. F. A BELL1
Agent
r -2o l l'j-' 10flmI ,
-ti i ,
nr.n- : ;. M'-dicru-s: Choinii-jl, P iiht Oil condition r.f bodv
-, and Patent prfnlncod
VERY lu-auiui: : :ir>rtnit-ttt of C.trJ] (Le. r.> f-r Apalacbicrla.I .

Oil 3'*, &::., tVc"ICJST AJ.W HIII)> Sf Ci-ii,. Sn.rr ; Idjrjth. J. C.; AMJOX, by the u- of TAUHAXT'S EFFEIIVKSCKX': !' Cases, Visiting Cards! et V.iiinu* I-TITI ;e.d ___ .1 *

ie ifed j per brj.i Aiabauia; fj : Newt 2J I di \ -w Oi loins S ii.jr, fo arrive ; ().;t. -Jl I SnLTXF.Il APERIKXT. color ltls't5! Sovi :-' :r-, Extract of a Tho'i- --.d : ;::isaii ol Ijifcrworl..A .

V.iik : lift *ack* KioCof7: e; T,0 d<> Java ; Annuals This; preparation; ; i is nnivcr ally allowed fo be Flowers, I\itcloi-y; V. 'iil !.s. and! otiii-r) rare specimens RF.MF.DY; i:>cl perfect is said no\v tOL'G I

b') sgro'nd U'liit.Lead N. 1 1M 40 I b\, Aromatic Tobacco; r 'i lir j : for" 1P4.17. I the most popnlur j lernedy of :the present day, for of IVrfumciy, (Juld and Silver Pencil*, .rl._ discovered in ettled Corisinnr'tion, J.set
: r.H Mnirddo.: Motlir-i's i Presont, MO* do do (!ii F.vtia: ? L'ro\vnVand Labb-.V; .1 Flower many other fancy articles of Jewtlry, de- Complaint; rr any rf thfir incipient sjmptorc'
Christian '
:2:, (;la'c iiI 211 Sjjrrm; Candle! *: r 0bvs brown Soap; ; K'of-psake, 1 lyacint Is. r.na: Liver Complaints Xervous Weakness, I Headache CIred? exprcly for preseiits. I Vr sal bv" on te! (CIironn-Thcrma: s-frm, ly the use

:.r?'J VYrilurrisjjrotind in oil 1 ; li ijg 0 b s S'K.f'! t ; .*, i |; .-s Powder ; '' U'ord Fiirndship's; Ofi'rinChriilmas" ( niiom ," HeTti.urn, habitual Costivenc sc.Travelii Dec 2fi J. C. ALI.EX. Dcct .r TAYLOR'S celebrated rrdicine, the

40 Paris Green; d20 III ; 2r( )., lbs Liid ; J casks Linseed Oil ;
( doa swtal Paint DrmVs! 2 I' k zs While I L"ail, Xo. 1 Extra and Pure. "ions, (Jurisrum; '' American J'orm<," I the (find it a desirable article ; it pi events any accumulation Iron, rVaiis: Arc.TOXS pares at ; 7") KOWEIiYThis -l y i f treatjcenf. ;

With every other ortHc u-iully e 1 n I For ..i1etv! WM. G. PORTER! & CO.11 ). I IJoq-u-1" "of I Flower*,, Montnorneiy nuf HvronV; of bile? is portable, and the method of Swede Iron, aborted sizes ; now espoused i tv several ctninei| luiicwB** "*
'oet'n
) 5 Poetry f I the I Heart," Klliotfs I Poems preparation is; unifeinlly convenient. Children A./J HKJ kegs iVail*. ? .
the bu ijos Water < fcftinrMrallelrd th.
juiutin I\r <, C. AU.iX: ;, Chi-Mi.t-i ?Miniature 1 the I Floral Gift.( have frecent] occasion for ffentle and cooling 4 eu'.kVt tJin.; HOP, a-s ..rttS2o qtu1LIie ; attended 1'ctuT
which ha-
Spi'ii Walrr I the "Marriasc Hin ," I tie! C.j !kef t.f Jewel* purgatives they will take this Blacksmith trcp >
Apalacliirola, .Se/t; '.''.' :ar > ; n| erient in pre Steel Faced! AnviK ; Taylivrs! medicine in its w; t'd' "
TL'ST r.-cein-d per schr. LuRov, and for sale: bv Lovi .t t Thou MeT" and the 'Flower \e.; ference fo any other. Sold wholes-tie and retail bv th'> English! and An.erican Vi-cs ; whieb? in pc-forming II3

t 9fl DOZ. Con rc Sjirin; \Vntfr, jtiil re- -41) J. C. ALI.IN.1'i't'i1i comprise a pail of ( lie above iio-.voflerod; for ie! Nov ... J. c. ALLEN, lrugi-t, &c. 20 Bell.-w* ; fM-en cure, many very many caccs,
::'nii *f diblJ.! but the tvi.clusive
._ IJceivcd per brig Alabama and; tor o-d" bv i by .1. c. A 1.LI:N. 1'2 do'/en Spades and Shovels r-cr. f

j ept2 .1. c. ALLIN. 1II) Also, a larce: n nrtrrent of Srlsoo! anti Toy DtusMedfriiics, AT.LARGF. 10 Ct-llins' Axes ; ; the Dt-ctor can bring t.rward are irrcMstible, ara

Thyme, Summer! Savory, Sweet Mar- Hooks, suitable for all the dillorent ar of chifdrca. A and fresh supplv of DrnMedi- 10 bxs n.lton and Woolen Card s.o' :Advise; Al who IK: >V have cuU hs or siropl8
Garden Sectlsf Wroivlli of" INI <; SAGE ; coWeveo ; vifcut
to this
!
irtment of (JarJen: Seeds, yiA icceucd n, I Calnep I I J5 leak
small
; AN for alc by -i, &e.3 j-ist recd: and f..r sale by log articles : T.O ilo/ Castor Oil, qts. pts, aiul hfpts lip i-j 1S! Ca&t and! ( ,-r5san StM, for sale by big '.hip.! Therrfrr.*nj < a before

Kora** J. C. ALLEX. FOBSale.. ; : bv* 1 Houck's' Panacea ; I 10 I hvs Olive t Oil WM. ti. PORTER &, CO. ; % cure your cough
Dec H. F. A1ELL.
f 12 OH ('ASKS your lungs are For sale!
superior Bacon Sides ; -10 kctfs Kpsom Salts; ; 1O bIds Copperas ; :10 Ib* Dec .1 1 -11 1 Water street.C'oflVo. pst cure. by

OnBOXES Cogasiiiiiizi1. "CHASE'S Chrified Eenrc of i Iloarhound I OV/I '' Shoulders ; Gum Opium ; 20 Ihs Sulphate Quinine ; t 20) do/ J. C. ALLEN, Soli'! Agent fr

Troy Soap ]. (!atidv-.-a fiesh .s-ipplv j'lsl received and for .Vj; bbls WlinK. ) do. Flour ; London; Mtjslard ; Herbs of all kinds; 20 lbs A1aiaChtC"I

80 2-1 London ChiLi Chainpaignc; sale by II. F. AKELL, NOl iSTOXK: &. CO. Nutmegs ; 15 hxs Starch ; 20 bxs Lemon Syrup A JJ .CKS Km Colieec, ]151st t received and CAUTION-The genuine Doctor T.TLO* .
I ; Dec 20 ; :.U (for sale L ly H.M3t the bottle *
ACt U'ater 10 or LIVERwoRT has
t. 2-"i bjxes Florida Leaf Tubicco ; Nov 21 Druggist. street. kegs Pcarlasl! ; 2 gr.si Seidletz and Soda'Powders on

For sale by B. S. 11A WL1 .Y, ,_ ; 20 Ibs English! Calomel ; 20 doz Spf.s Icc5 J. DAY & CO. splendid sfet-I plate encravinij. tD prevent ccunterfeit -
Lizii Oil. H
Dec "t Water Mreet.iXSEED Salt.afloat Turpentine, and a general assortment of all articles I- harden Seeds, -* s'srsetl by Gordon J. Lefds any other
Cirowof
; 2S TINTER STRAINED, a very .superior article 1 1 CCS.\ and in store, for sale by in (the Drug line, for 1 G.N vile and dangor ns imitations, and the public
Country Merchants ** irlment
LI : "OIL t WiUd' and raw, lor sale !iyr.tS jut receiv and 1.r aleby 1 1 UDcc.'i D. c. WOOD & co. Planters and Physician For sale by c,\ and a for sale! ot (Gurden Seeds, jn&f received cautiont-il ,not to purchase or deal in it, as it't *

] II. 1*. ACKLL.; Nov '' II. F. HELL. 7 Columbus by the '
[ > Druggi- Row. March 1 H. r. BELL. Nov. I J. C. protected by F. s. Copy Right lawsr -

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