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^VOLUME V.] APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1847. [NUMi


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wrecessional watices.


E. J. Hardin,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
y2- Office, No. 6 Columbus Buildings,
Jan 16 Apalachicola, Fa.
Roberts, Allen & Co.,
DEALERS IN HARDWARE AND SHIP
CHANDLERY, IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
SPIKES, AND CASTINGS,
And M.anufacturers of Tin, Iron, and Cop-
per tares.


H. E. Owens,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
CLAYTON, Barbour County, Alabama.
April 29, 1846. 2-tf
A. G. Semmes,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
93- Office, JXo. 2 Capt. Simmon's Buihling,
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets.
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.


We G M. AVIS, Editor.
"Office Third Story Bakzell's Buildings, corner of
Commerce and Chestnut streets.
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ent ~ertion.
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discou Wwil-be made; but all advertisements not
strictly-frttaining to their own business, as well
as all leg; advertisements sent in by them, will
be charged at the usual rates.
0(1 All legal advertisements must be paid for
in advance.
9j- Five Dollars will be charged for announc-
ing candidates for office.
03- All advertisements from a distance must
be accompanied with the cash, or city reference,
to insure insertion.

jjtDiic rector *

Lockhliart & Young,
COMMISSION and FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
No. 53 Water street,
nov2L Apalachicola, Fla
A.VA-t WYLIE, WM. A. McKENzIm.
Wylie A& McKenzie,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 42 Water street,
Sept. 1, 1346. tpalachicola, Fa
D. Danfortla,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
AND GENERAL AGENT,
EUFA&iTLA, ALA.
03- Cotton bought on order.
Refers to
B. F. HoLDSV, New Orleans.
J. G. Duf*LA.P,
Metsrs. WYLIX & MCKEZIEN Z Apalachicola.
J. S. HUrcHiNsoN,
S. & J. Sclairer.
WHR)LESALE AND RE 'AIL GROCER,
0' Particular attention iptid to putting up family,.
steamboat and ship stores.
No. 49 Water street,
Nov. 14 Apalachicola, Fla.
H. F. Abell,
W!VILHsAkLE AVD RETAIL,
DEALER IN DiRUS, MEDICINES, PAINTS,
OILS, GLASS, &,c., &c.
Also--- general assortment of Statinery.
Cor. of Chestnut and Water streets,
April 11 Apalachicola, Fa.
H. D. Darden,
No. 2 Columbus Buildings,
Dec. 20, 1915. Apalachicola. Fa.


Edward McCully,
AUCTIONEER,
Office No. 50, Water street,
Jan 16 Apalachicola, Fa.
Thomnas Preston,
COMMISSION MERCHANT AND TOBACCO
INSPECTOR AND BROKER.
No. 2S Water st.-Office second back room.
Dec 26 Apalachicola, Fa.
MI. IT. Butt.
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
Dec 235 Aplaachicola, Fa.
S. M. Nickerson,
DEALER IN CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, CAPS, &c.
No. 1 Columbus Block,
Dec 12 Apalachicola, Fa.
Charles Rogers John Munn. Eugene W. Rogers.
Chas. Rogers & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Water street,


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ADalachicola, Fa.


Nov 22


PLOUGHS, No. 1 and 16, at Manufacturer's
prices, by B. ELLISON & CO.
Jan 23 24 Water street.


HI. R. Taylor,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANT,
No. 22 Water-street,
*ept2 ly Apalachicola.
Francis Kopinan,
WHOLESALEE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
DRY GOODS. BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, AND
CLOTHING, &c.
octl Chestnut-Street, Apalachicola, Fla..
H. R. WooD.
Wood & Co.
AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
No. 2 Columbus Building,
et. 31. Apalachicola
A. N. lcKay,
M0 M IS S ION MERCHANT,
Sept No. 40 Water street,
S 1l, 1846. Apalachicola, Florida.
T. H. Austin & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 45 Water Street,
.Oct. 24. Apalachieola, Fa.
1Cooke & Horne,
S-COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 13, St. Charles Street,
( New-Orleans
"NDAEW S. COOKE. AMOS HORN.
SJ. C. Allen,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
il)RUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS,
GLASS, BRUSHES, &c., &c.
also,
.4 general assortment of
OOKS, BLANKS, STATIONERY, &c &c.
cor. of ChAsnut & Commerce streets,
Dec 4 Apalachicola, Fla.


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


B. S. Hawley,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 28 Water street,
Dec 5 Apalachicola, Fa.
Avery St Jones,
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 43 Water street.
Dec 5. Apalachicola, Fa.
JRIcMIAH DAY. DANIEL J. DAY.
J. Day & Co.,
4-OMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 52 Water street,
Dec 5 Apalachicola, Fa.
ei- Also, Agents for the JEtna Insurance Co."
the Protection Insurance Co." and the "Hart-
ford Insurance Co." Hartford Conn.


LIBERTAS, CONSTITUTION, ET NOSTRA PATRIA.


victims; till they learn their duty and pur-
sue that course which insures health,
strength and long life. Our great grand
parents lived to an age and never thought of
COmplaining or laying down to die, till they
had at least reached the meridian of life.-
They were stout, strong, happy and hearty.
Why ? They rose early-worked like bea-
vets, and never spent the midnight hours in
dancing. Instead of being frightened at a
little mouse at their feet, a beetle on their
necks, or a fly's foot on their arms, in the
absence of their fathers and husbunds. they
would load their guns, shoot bears and cata-
mounts. and keep at bay a party of savages.
How have their daughters degenerated ?-
What female is there now-a-days who-
wouldn't run from a gun, even if it had no
lock- Theladies of olden times outlived
their husbands years and years. How is it
now ? Widows are few and far between.-
It was no singular thing for our grand-
mothers to have three or four husbands in
the course of their lives. Now it is the
reverse. Men have about as many wives-
diseases have been of late so fatal among
the female sex. Do you not know the*
cause? It is found in listlessness-idle-
ness-inactivity-late hours-muslin dres-
ses-thin shoes a horror for the fresh morn-
ing air, and in that detestable stuff, stitched
in pink and yellow covers, which is flooding
our country. If they will do nothing else,
young ladies will sit and read from morn
till night, that sickly, sentimental, impure,
and we will say licentious trash, that is
thrown in such abundance from the press.
This shrivels the mind, warps the affections,
chills the better feelings and makes the life
wretched beyond description. Let females
look into this subject and act like reason-
able and accountable beings, and we should
soon see a different state of things. We
should hear of no fainting away-no sickly
constitutions-no affection of the lungs-no
elopements and no suicides.
[Portland Bulletin.
GEN. WINFIELD SCOTT.
The following fine anecdote of the brave
and honored officer is related of him in a
biography recently published by prof.E. D
Mansfield, of Cincinatti:
'There is a striking instance of General
Scott's courage and prowess recorded in this
book. When he with about three hundred
prisoners had been taken to Quebec, ex-
changed and embarked on board a vessel
bound to Boston, some English naval offi-
cers stationed at Quebec resolved to detain
every one of the prisoners with an Irish ac-
cent, as British subjects. For this purpose
they boarded the cartel just as she was get-
ting under way. Scott was in the cabin.
He heard a bustle and great excitement on
deck, and hastened up to learn the cause.
Heie he saw a party of British officers in
the act of mustering the three hundred
prisoners and separating from their com-
panions such as either confessed they were
Irishmen or by their accent betrayed the
land of their birth. They were in great dis-
tress and confusion. Twenty three of the
poor fellows, many of whom had families in
New York, and other places, had already
been matched to the othe side of the deck
as British subjects. There they stood trem-
bling, but when they saw Scott appear hope
brightened up in their countenance.
What means this, gentlemen?; deman-
ded Col Scott, (For he was- then only a
Colonel,) looking sternly around upon the
British officers, and drawing his tall form
up to its fullest height.
'We have orders, sir,' was the answer, 'to
weed out the British subjects from the pri-
soners who are to leave, and send them in
the frigate alongside to be tried and execu-
ted for the crime of treason.'
'Have you selected any for this purpose?'
demanded Scott.
'Yes, twenty three,' answered the British
officers pointing to the Irish un the other
side of the deck.
Scott knew that there were among the
Americans at least forty more brave Irish-
men, and he resolved if he could not save
the twenty-three, he would protect the re-
mainder.
'They are all you will get. sir,' was his in-
dignant response to the British Captain.-
Then turning to his own men he said to
them in an authoritativevoice-'I command
every one of you to remain absolutely silent,
and on no account speak a word or respond
to any of the questions put to you.
The command was strictly obeyed. Not

a man moved a lip! Glad were they to o-
bey, at least the forty adopted Irishman, this
command of their Colonel.
In vain the British officers threatened,
swore and foamed with rage. Col. Scott
was repeatedly commanded to go below;
but he stood firm and unblenching before
his armed foes, himself totally unarmed.-
High words ensued, and for a few moments
those for whom he stood up so fearlessly and
humanely, expected to see him attacked
with the weapons of the infuriated English-
men. At length finding that he would not
yield, and the men would not open their
mouths, they gave it up. Scott then ad-
dressed the twenty three men who had been


selected, and assured them that the U. S.
would not fail to avenge them. He ended
his address in these words:
I Finally, I pledge myself to you in the
most solemn manner, that I will not rest un-
til I have achieved your liberation or 'you,'
he added turning to the British officers, 'that
in retaliation and a refusal to give quarter in
battle, shall follow the execution of one of
these gallant and faithful fellows.'
The British officer tried to interrupt him
and prevent his words from being herd hut
without success.
The Irishmen were put in Irons and sent
to England. When Scott landed in Bos-
ton, he proceeded at once to Washington-
amd !;id the subject before the Govenment.
At length his efforts were crowned with


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suninesB strators.

BENJAMIN ELLISON. WILLIAM A. WOOD.
Bo' Ellison & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND DEALERS IN
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE,
TIN WARE, BOOTS, SHOES. HATS,
CAPS, CROCKERY, SHIP
CHANDLERY, &c.
24 Water street.
Jan 23 Apalachicola, Fa.
Bell St Lawson,
IMPORTERS, MERCHANTS, AND
COMMISSION AGENTS,
Jan 23 BAINBRIDGE, GEORGIA.


success. The United Sji
The English dared not todu Vi
party, and at the close of tfie.9
one of the twenty three reae'
two having died on thWpaiss$'8`
Scott chanced to be in
the ship containing theim 6a t
Not suspecting who was o
was watching it he was attra
cheers and great hbustle -n herf'4
scions of his being the objec i
preached the scene, when .grea. I
light to find it was his old: Tr l .
whose behalf he had so nobly.i
Quebec, and who had that mr"ol
the shore which but for lhim-g
never have placed fool 1 pnoan 1
had recognized his lall aod (:
form at a dis'ance,.aqd .nf.ti i
their gratitude and joy, they ga9re
in cheers. They hailed him asth.e
rer, and nearly overwhelmed him U.
warmhearted embraces.
GEN. TAYLOR AND BRADDOCK'S R
We take the following from ithe
Rouge Conservator, being from a s3d
articles entitled Random Rocollect
Trip to Mexico," by our friend THu0B
that Journal:
We had been charged with the I
ship of desoaiches, the cnntents, or
lance of which we are ignorant of, t,
day, but there was the conveyance:
military sash included in the omeffie
possessed unusual interest. By si'h
of events, Messrs. Hyde &-GooolichAi
New Orleans, had become owners o4fi
worn by the gallant Braddock upon tiB
of his death. It was a singular iteme
times passed, and recalled the days
our own Washington, thenoa young-,.14 1
nel, had watched that same sash, in lh
rible fight, and seen it disappear with
wearer, under the fire of th i concealed-1
of the Indian.
This sash, so long an heir loom hieadi
given to Maj. Gen. Gaines. to be prestS
with a complimentary letter to any- pj
Gen. Gaines thought most deserving-
then on the Rio Grande.
The old General promptly forwarded'
the commanding hero of Palo AliOr6
Resaca de la Pahma, and we were-
honored messenger Gen. Taflor too0k6
sash and examined it attentively, it "a|
unusual size. being quite as large, -whenf
tended, as a common hammock; in lhe
shes of the splendid silk that composed
was the date of its manufact'fre, "-0
aud although it was one hundred audd-
years old ; save where the dark spots. -`
were stained with the blood oFtie hero ib
wore it, it glistened as brightly .as9if .it
just come from the loom.
Upon the unusual size of the sush-bi
noticed, Gen. Worth, who had joinedI
party in the tent mentioned, thatsucI
the old fashioned style, and thatt ihes'lie
sash was intended to carry, if necessary
wearer from off the field of battle. It
mentioned in the conversation, that'-
Gen. Ripley was wounded at Lundy'sj
his sash similar in form, was used.
hammock to bear him from the fieldti
that in it, he was carried several milenv
body swaying to and fro between die h,1
to which the ends of the sash were seirs
fastened. To a wounded- soldier noss
veyance could be more grateful, or mgh
propriate.
May, was fasiuated with the saqs
viewed it in every light, and shook. th
fringe that was only rivaled in exu
by his hair and beard, and said-e' he"
give a mint for such a sash.. if i wai
yellow." We notice that t-he one w04
the bold dragoon," was of ihat color '
Gen. Taylor broke the silent.~I"'Ir
tion by saying, he would not receive
sash,-upon our expressing surpria,
continued,-that he did not think he,-hA
receive presents until the campugn, so
as he was concerned, was finished;
elaborated on the impiopriety of n.'ri
children after living men, fearing`'!as.4
thus honored, might disgrace, tteird4*i
sake. We urged his, acceptance of ,0
present, and be said finally that .le wo-'
put it carefully awayin inis military eh.
aud if he thought he deserved so s.seat!
compliment at the end of the camp;>igBr
would acknowledge its receipt:. .: ,. **
The stirring events that have-.trawspfii
since he made thatjemark, n have ladde.t::[l
laurels of Mooterev, to Ibtose lhe t hen wom
and the world, a eta the doimrs ,fa hi
sash, will insist upon his acceptauce of i,.,
A GOOD ONE.-the following .is ;.....l tt
best thing in the anecdobte line, we' h;I.,veet
bs o l- .i a ce
lately : o- i.
An Indian chief being asked-ll1is.'^^
of a cask ofMaderia wine, pres,'.ntedo
by an officer, said he flo-ught l-thejl
was extracted from woinain's tongues
lion's hearts; for when he drank a botil
it he could talk forever and fight th'e det,
A shrewd old gentleman a|e 8aud o
daughter, "Be sure never ro nfdia


man, but remember the;iorest mni
world is one that has 80 a noi
else." -
VIRTUE.-The everlasting hillswi
ble to dust, but the iifluerice-of a
will never die. The earth wiI
and perish, but virtue inile htea
ever green and flourish thi o -g6
The moon and stars wiJl:vgreww;
asun roll from the heavenis,6 iri
and undefiled will growibighte
er, and not cease toekistwhii
shall live, '
"Jane you must notearar.ith
"Why, mamma ?"6-"B .i A
in looking throughiyors fer''a
that the fractions weri -tla

Whosofiudetha wvife'And
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WM. SYDNEY GREEN, M. D.
r- May be found at his residence, corner of
Centre and High streets, opposite the Mansion
House. Nov S.
Dr. A. W. Chapman,
r Office over the Drug Store of B. S. Hawley,
(entrance on Chestnut street.) Residence at the
house lately occupied by Dr. Baltzell.
January 10,1846. 2-tf


[From the New York Spirit of the Times.]
DICK TROT AND HIS YANKEE CLOCK.
BY NAT SLOKUM, OF S. C.
"Well, sir," DiCK said to me, one day,
"about five years or better, ago, I bought a
wooden-day-clock from a Yankee pedlar,
named Tom JONES, who used to travel
through this country, drappin' one at most
every house. 'Twas the last one he had,
and I give him fifteen dollars for it. She
was a perfect goer of a clock--and then sich
a beauty! Her little squatty, dumpy figur'
dressed out in her painted case, jist filled
my eye exactly, to a gnat's heel. I sot her
on the mantleshelf, so as I might allers
see her. I didn't think I'd ever git tired
looking' at her. Her little penjium would
swing back'ards and forreds, pickin' off the
seckins at a proper rate, Tharshe'd roll it,
peckin' away, day arter day, and week arter
week, dead bent on keeping' up with the sun,
and determ'ed that nary time-piece in the
settlement should git ahead of her. She'd
dig ahead at the hours, never stopping'
to ketch breath, but jist firin' away in ad-
mirable style. I'd wind her up of nights, and
then go to bed, putin' every confidence in
her, and being' perfectly satisfied that she'd
do her jewry faithful, although I wasn't
watchin'of her, and wouldn't allow thesun to
be up before she'n put her hand to the hour
for sunrise. And then, sir, when I'd be
restless, and couldn't sleep, or when I was
sick, then wha company she was to me.
To be shore, she couldn't talk to me-jist
called my name-that's all. Though some-
times, she'd sa Dick' so plain, I'd Jook
upat her and a most expect her to lead off
a regular built chat. Well, sir, she con-
tinued to be goad for five year', and was my
heart's delight-In fact, I may say she hilt
on to be good bnger than that; but it was
about that time she begun monstrously to
exemble old DAVE WILSON'S wife-you
know how she was?"
"Can't say I do, exactly."
"Why, sir, I thort you knowed-Oldi
Dave used to say that his wife was a charm-
ing creetur--ne of the best of women-that
he didn't believe, from old Mother Eve
down to the present generation, a better wo-
man ever throwed a petticoat over her head.
To be shore, he sed shie had her ways (here
Dick snuffled in imitation of old Dave whom
I knew very well,) she would have her ways,
and sich ways as she did have.-Well, sir,
my clock got to be the same way-some of
her works got outen fix, and for spite she
done jist as she blamed pleased. Strike?
yes, sir, she did-like all dingnation! She'd
take a notion to bulge off sometimes, and
she'd ring in on them wires one hundred an
fifty times. At first I was tickled at it, and
would set and laugh at her for bein' sich a
fool as to be cuttin' up them extrys what
didn't hurt nobody but herself. But at last
I begun to git tired of sich foolery. It
seemed to me, whenever I had a tough job
before me, and wanted to study it out, or
whenever I was right sleepy, that then she'd
pick her chance to come them big licks! I
put up with it a long time-didn't do nothing'
to her-and thort, by letin' her have her
fun out, she might git tired of it herself,
after a while. But she didn't; she still hilt
on stouter 'an ever. On last Saturday I
went up above here to muster, and, as I al-
lers does on such occasions, tuck rather
too much of the tetch me lightly- When I
go home, I thort the best place for me was
in bed-so as to sleep off my boozy. I pulls
off, and gits in bed; but no sooner did my
head retch the piller, than up start the
clock--ch-r-r-ring-ch-r-r-ring-I deter-
mined to put a stop to any sich capers that
night. I got up, loaded my old musket,
tuck a cheer, and sot down right before her.
Now, old lady.' sez 1. 'yer carter the spite
game agin are ye? Jist go on' ef you like
it-but dar' to strike a hundred this time,
and, ding me ef you don't ketch h-Ii!'-
My threats didn't scare her one bit-she
struck away, 'peared like liverlier than ever.
The went it so part, she soon got up
to ninety--ninety-one-t wo-th ree-fou r-
five-six-' I see yet gwyin' it,' ses I, and I
cocks the old musket--chr-r-r-ring-I puts
it to my shoulder-ch-r-r-ring-I takes
sight-ch-r-r-rin'g--I lays my finger on the
trigger-ch-r-r-ring, sez she, stouter' never,
and was startin' with another chee-when I
lams away, and in half a seekin' finds myself
fiat on my back, in the middle of the floor.
As 1 clicked myself up, I heard the old lady
still goin' it; and dern me, ef she didn't
strike fifty times more, although twenty-
five buckshot had tuck erfect all among
her countenance, and both of her hands
were taken smooth off. I haint wound her
up since; for with the pluck she's got, their's
no known' what she might do, ef she had
the chance. She's without exception the best
game 1 ever seed"
Moral. Although it may be well to take
Time by the fore-lock, yet it would be bet-
ter not to do so rashly.
A CHAPTER ON FEMALEs.-We like to
look upon a stout, healthy woman-she is
a prodigy in the nineteenth century.-
Wherever you go you see scores and hun-


dreds of spleeny, sickly, feeble girls, who
can hardly muster courage to'make their
beds, wash their faces, or drive an intruding
cow from the yard. Tell them about early
rising, fresh air and healthy exercise, and
they heave a sigh as long as the moral law,
and about faint away. You expect them to
get up before day-to work in the kitchen-
to breathe the fresh air of morning!-Pre-
posterous and absurd. They never have
seen the sun rise and would hardly know
but the sun continued to shine forever, if it
were not for the almanacs and their grand-
mothers. No wonder that every year
sweeps to the grave so many young women,
who have been sickly and effeminate ever
since they were born into the world-and
death will continue to select thlerq as his


W. G. X. Davis,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Offers his services to the public in either of the
above capacities.
He will practice regularly in Franklin, Cal-
houn and JacksonCircuit Courts-and will, upon
a special retainer, act as Counsel, in any Court
of the Middle or Western Circuit. He will also,
argue cases in the Court of Appeals at Tallahas-
see, the sessions of which, he will always be
present at, unless prevented by accident.
Apalachicola, September 8, 1846.


Dec 12 Apalachicola, Fa.
WAM. W. SIMS. WM. W. CHEEVER.
Sims & Cheever,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Office No. 24 Water street.
decl2 Apalachicola, Fla.
W. T. WOOD. E. B. BALLOT.
Wood & Ballou,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Office No. 42 Water street.-Up stairs.
Jan 16 Apalachicola, Fa.


J. Law,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Bainbridge, (Decatur Co.) Ga.
03- Will attend punctually the SuperiorCourts
of the counties of Early, Baker and Decature of
the South Western, and of the county of Thomas
of the Southern Circuit. may3


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


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LUMBER INSPECTOR.-The undersigned
having been appointed Inspector of Lumber
for the County of Franklin, ofter? his services to
the public in that capacity, and will attend to all
duties appertaining to said appointment.
CORNELIUS GRADY.
March 22. 1S45.


LUMBER INSPECTOR.-Having been ap-
pointed Inspector of Lumber fir the County
of Franklin, the undersigned offers his services
to the public in that capacity, and will attend to
all duties appertaining to said appointment. '
April 19, 1S4G. BENJ. LUCAS.
Thos. E. Gray,
MERCHANT TAILOR.
Chesnut st. next door below Francis Kopman's.
WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of
Apalachicola, tnat he has just received
from New York a large and splendid assortment
of Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, unsurpassed
in quality or cheapness, consisting of every shade
and variety, which he is prepared to make up in
the neatest and most fashionable style, at the
cheapest possible rates. Thankful for the liberal
favors heretofore bestowed upon him, he hopes
by faithful attention to his business, to merit a
continuance of their patronage.
Apalachicola, Nov. 21, 1846.
Prints! Prints!!
HE subscriber has just received, per bark
Magdala, from New York, 200 pieces supe-
rior English Cambric Prints, tor sale at lower
prices than ever before offered, at wholesale or
retail, by
Jan 16 FRANCIS KOPMAN.


dec 12


Apalachicola, Fa


D. B. Wood & Co.,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
No. 7, Columbus Row,
Nov. 2S, 1846. Apalachicola, Fla.
11. F. Nourse, H. B. Stone, H. W. Brooks
Nonrse, Stone & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 46 Water street,
Dec 12 Aoalachicola, Fla.


Betj:i:rnia Salter,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 43 Water street-Up stairs,
SDec. 1, 1815. Apalachicola, Fla.
Ls. Fred. E. Dugas,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
No. 2 Columbus Block,
Dee 6, 1105. Apalachicola, Fa.
AastaT DODGE. CHARLES PRATT.
Dodge & Pratt,
'SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water Street,


J. !I. & J. M. IIHull,
I-'ACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 48 Water street,


Dec 12


APALACHICOLA, FA


Harper & Holmnes,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
also,
agentss for the
SUN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
of the City of .New York,
No. 51 Water street,
Dec 12 Apalachicola, Fa.


UST received per schooner Elizabeth from
J New Orleans:
20 bbls Flour; 15 do. Whiskey;
2 bbis Mnoongahela do; 5 kegs Lard ;
5 Mess Pork; 5 do. Family Beef
For sale by EDWARD McCULLY,
Jan 16 50 Water street.


C. A. GREEN. C. H. CONNERY.
Green & Conncry,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 36, Water street.
APALACHICOLA, FA.
Pelican Mutual Insurance Co. of New York.
CHAS A. GREEN, Agent.
Dec 5 No. 36 Water street.
Edward McCully,
COMMISSION MERCHANT AND DEALER
IN DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
No. 50 Water street.
Dec 5 Apalachicola, Fa.
Wim. G. Porter & Co.
DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
No. 41 Water Street.
Dec 5 Apalaohicola, Fa.


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


Platform Scales.
2 1200 Ibs. Platform Scales;
2 1600 lbs. 1 do.
2 1600 1b. Beams, complete for cotton weigh-
ing For sale by
Jan 23 ROBERTS, ALLEN & CO.


Flower Seeds.
N assortment of Flo-.er Seeds, just received
and for sale by
Jan 30 J C ALLEN.


John S. Hutchinson,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
No. 50 Water street.
Solicits patronage. APALACHICOLA, Fa.


Lamp Oil.
INTER strained, a splendid article, forsale
by [jan30] J C ALLEN.


Salt.
1 0 ^SACKS, cargo of British bark
0 3 Covenanter, for sale afloat, by
Jan 23 J DAY & CO.


Jas. F. Farrier,
GENERAL RECEIVING, FORWARDING &
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 50 Water street.
Dec 5 Apalachicola, Fla.


Dry Goods.
DRILLINGS, Tickings, Cotton Osnaburgs,
Linseys, Kerseys, Jeans, Flannels, Blan-
kets, Tweeds, Shirtings, Sheetings, Checks,
Ginghams, Calicoes, Delanes, Hosiery, &c. &c.
For sale by B. ELLISON & CO
Jan 23 23 Water street.


P. W. Cullen,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
Solicits a share of Public Patronage.
Oct 24 APALACHICOLA, FA.


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


For Sale,
5f BBLS. Whiskey; 50 do. Molasses;
UV 50 Flour; 25 bags Rio Coffee, now
landing from schr Elizabeth, and for sale, low
for cash, by
Jan 23 NURSE, STONE & CO.


Starr &t Co.,
AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND GENERAL AGENTS,
EUFAULA, ALA.
REFERENCES '
MUST, DEAN & WYLES,
JOSIAH BLACKWELL & Co. New York.
L. F. SEAMAN & Co.
JoHN NouToN, jr, J
JOHN FRASER & Co., Charleston.
C. C. LATrHROP & Co, New Orleans,
WARREN CYEROMWELL, Columbus, Ga.
A. K. AlmR 5olumu,(a
E. J. HARDIN, Apalachicola.
WISTAR'S and Swayne's Balsam of Wild,
Cherry, just received and for sale by
Nov 24 :, ... J, C. ALLEN.


J. Stevenson & Co.
.JVb. 45 Water and No. 2 Chestnut sts.
Are now opening their Fall stock of Staple
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes,-Hats, &c., which they
offer for sale low for cash or city acceptance.
Apalachicola, Oct 24, 1846.


REAM TARTAR, for sale by
S]septS1 H. F. ABELL.


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salacenaneous.


COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER,
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY ETY
J. L. WYMAN.


Leligh Coal.
30 TONS, for sale by
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16^^ '- 'fo I 6W i flg t1-i ilcIe 6-0111 the London
on'a wliail.ars nn evidence 0ofreturning
7.';-e'^'1 -ll rt nr r(to people onr gland

^.^~i-.ues'ion o.C such vitail iniportante ti0
^^a^'w-" lnippidess'and security of our own coun-
"-^. kiys. Kraa'ull indorsentent ol all that the
... ''Sbouthhas ever contended for as to the im-
policyand folly of interference with thein-
..W0t tion, o.r slavery, by those wlho are aliens
.-,'t;'otlh in interest and untderstondhig.
17 -- .+Among' (he erroneous systemsl which ex-
:: ' ( t i e n c e i s d a i ly l e a d i ,g n s o i n v e s t i g m a e ,
there is none that invitps us more, both by
..ils interest ,and' iinpo-rt.,nce, than that on
"'"which ou" coloM i.d'pol,'Y ik l,'nl. Begin-
.,, li m m carelessne.ss ,in,I iin lflrence, then
<' I llinffsuddeniv -indd'-l,,-i anI excessive
... ni terlerenee. c nii ,,iiioi',, ,ile),, ;,rn ls in a per-
..- peatual.vaaeri 'atto,, hele,.nei r v and con-
cession, -it now li:t n.,, 't-whlinir on (he
:.verge of utterr ruin. N ,ilih,, intleed, can
<;. eakve:0ur colonies, e a,'lIt b old, a com-
prehensive, and iiiine,.l.die r.'i, in : not one
"*"-flhat, seizing u|)on soine iln r and ore
:prominent abuse, shall ,leiiriiv ;m'l offer it
up -as a sacrilice tIn ,aiIpe.i'r- II h ing r of an
1I injured people; .1)b 1 s,:-,I ..In._, ,iid a rAdi-
cal-retorm ih.it slwll not h, :i,,-,.1,t wilh al-

-')evilating, sym ptjin., b>ul sliill kill the dis-
ease itself. '
'A \\Ke s|)fik, of coirs'e. not of internal andt
tlnmestiie hatli~i e-,% hlt -of a11n Aileri'iion of
'.1ihe whole coulse-of I)ollcy pursued by tlt(
;i)renl Siie. The history -l.onii andI ,note esapci;)llv a cotmp:ri.-koin (l'
thosee whiclrhive enjiiyed Oht ble's,;inu (if
self-goverc:,oril witli those thtat h;ivv' been
.Oeb'atred Iroi, if. as, sures Lls-iliit it) the evil,
..no'W .llhrc;deniii, ir ;ictiali ) r('->'rni, wt! sce
t.he'con eiieq,.ncm e-;. not so 1111c1 of c.pho nill
.folly, as ofl' imp 1'ial I11iSatvcroi))en). In-
deed, we lived not .go l'.r l',)r-i)roof illdispit-
p.ableofi'hit,'uili. In Olle pr,ij, teti s'ltemes
hIof tle L',loni.il Otffice. Himt ll;ive rev('-f ily
been annoinceeI in this jonrmld. there is
contained a1 .amn a )le reco..iotion- of vii)tr-
-nios CVIlIg ljtt ,exislent amid rio lhlnaer elol,-
ral e. It'it l)e iiecessary now to anilhiltlte
.-*ihe settlement of Norfolk Islhnd, it is im-
,:possiljle 1o doubltt that its oriitmil est.iliisli-
.- ulet' w:ls a f il.e srt ). ll it be ,eet. sury
-.^now In fivir iind assist the iinpii. aion Of
inlinigtlails in1O Iihe. Susuar co!oiitfs, \ve insi
perforce b.lit-ve tha (thel ol)slitmte pro' ihi-
lion against it was' impolitic and mijost. If
it b e n~i- e -;.%;irv n o w ,l h c lt.u g i' l e 'w hile
i-rea'meni of itiiinsportedcoivicis. whal lillst
he thoughl of thlat Yll.icih Ias prevailed-. to
.the present day ?, Finajlly. if it be nlecessa-
ry. now o rr-\ iw' th.e very system itself of
lran-ponii'ati,.' we cannot easily exagy(e'alae
tlike inis-coninuli ttof those wlio, hiavio4, first
-J. 'Jiid down an enioruOt us principle of ;Iciion,
hand.eid it on I'iotn one~to the oolier, ;lnd e n-"
..tinued it to llie pl',iit of conzigrnitig thonsmidtls
"of humall bwin-ii! 1,) uttle( hoii;mtliot), nid a
fertile isla' d to almost irrvtrievab'e ruin.
;.-.And if we look bai 1, upon ihf, histmy of
.-tl'ese transactioI i'- upoln ihe experiitrent of
.-'*Norfolk Ishind ,ond 'the idtmlition of slavery -
we shall.find it imnpos-ible to discover oe
single circuiistlance of |;iali:;ion or excuse
!'_. .in Iavor ol'llie rentet stalte. It c)ull not
.\. have-been knolnn 10-6-liohe evino presided over
t \ : he .destinie- of the coloni,-s in ithe eve-nitlfil
-'-^.. period d of liantitiou (from hb)n;iLge to 6ee-
.+.' lom thIa Ihe. ivna-Ur 1a-ii'l fin"vvi lal1e co ;se-

""' fttelces of ll -ra.r tlit u.cuiunpn sor-y Iob)ol-rrv+S
Jo a; _nihilptle iIndeltd.,eilJir. ILiee, it was
IV < tt~lhrouijli af.rapelcioi oftIlls r'61n-


i qtence tllia th,'Illan of,;iprr utic'esllip w,,s
B1 d vised, in order th.,o fii, plhinlers nliglht not
be a( once an] imin. ediitely (lI')river( of Ilhe
,ineans of cultiN 'ItioL liheir eslates.. That
p-au-s"t)ere( ..111early, arid preiaitt re de'ith.
-'!,he terin of ,tpi-Jeidiceeship w s cut short,
and the last ventige-.of slavery disaprpeif-ed
.in.thle Br'i-hIi coonsies.on'thie 1st of Ai).gnst,
13.38.. Thn TiV;iS'Lwasthe im-e fur the Imp~erial
Governineilt 16 liaive slloa'o itself in tlhe true
chal'icter of: Ip'oieulur,t a(visier andl friend.
-*-.rit.en.,wfis llie tlime for l" i:(';t B 'itailt to.hli \'e
]i d..:'-fo rn lh a h~l l ri~ t g'lia nil to) th e vi~c ii ls s h ec
hiad sacrificedl nponthe~ah-er.of a great p.rin-
ciple..*.Bll I he ocasion w~is nol seern or
nnderstoodd; or, ina -be, it wa; d(itf'egardedJ.
ns'teaLI -of aid, shie gaive an. order it council
,forbiddin'g- hier sunljer,' t-o iprociure from fo-
reignl shores the laboi 'sle had virtually ta-
ke'hY'away from tie~ir own. Seized with an
ilnpnteni desire, to:abo~li~sh shavery through-
ouit the'globe, sh'e-reg.)r'lcI willh an almost
insanesuslpiciou "every vessel' Ihat app~roacth-
ed.thle"-A fricain ecoa-i. Negzro and shave, to
lbe aplprehenision of tl,,' Colonial-office and
"" ,Ibhenmorlid i ,gi naiiiirlio, ,,fLord Palnmcrst~in,
'.were terms synoiiymui-i. 'Fhor thirefe long
yea'rs-and nmore, tllie ;bIi.r,I iprohibhitin'was
continued in full forec.. At length, iur Jre-


cember, 13841, a,.poo0rj in'sfafment of justice
.was cxtorted from a ,'hw Governtnent- desi-
'rous of polpu.la, lityv.",h Ii~mj ratio.n was I hence-
forward permitted fr,6m-Euroope; but Afri(a
still remained withiin dil-e chaired line that
the anti-slavery mania hiad (L atiemlyted to
dr.da around n boundless tract of co0ninent.
..hig small -relixa'tign, however, was of a
. pi-ece with 11re o i-giii,l restric'ioi .^.he in-
habitant -of-llide 6661 north h" was sent to
-*. languish under limnninu.sunts and (lie of mna-
lignanu i levers, thtt ilite barbarian denizen of
.i the-torrid zone might escape the shialow of
the fetters..of .Ijo.nlage. Hundreds of Eng-
JiAh 6nilen.ien and Cr.6ole families were
pauperized', or mr ule to struggle with bitter
adve.rsily, in order not -to shock the pectifiar
sympatlies of certain sentimental philain-
v throvisis. Nor dd tl1he, order of 1843, per-
...- initting-immioration from North America,
place the cel.otles in ;p better situation. ]n-
+ deed, if we"r1member rjghlt,, th:t order was
never carrieif out. rihe first real and Lsab-
st tii aial boon w .ts". lht conrfer-red in J uly ,
1"844., which ojpneaJ Hit, Eastern, continent
ID' the planter o-,ie West; bjut Oven this
measure cume Be)ll'(te. ltlatfe'w of its advan-
tnges haye yet- been madeavailable; and it
is not unlikely that the experiment. %ye ai-
--- noutccdgo Friday vil.(or lhe most pavt
"" .. supersede, ., : .
A;,- \yit h respect to the idlsit act question of
inlro'dueing into-our tropiieal colonie the.
.'- frPe and willing tnhal)-iiavts "orf'Africa,.tle
.-- only difficult (4.1that surrounds the subject is
tl- ihe imp6s~ibililv "Of getting, at the real ob-.
K'. jections to it. No one .vven superficially ac-
-. qYuainied wilh o'nr ugar cotonies pretends
-to deny-that sincethe .year 1838, labor al-
ways has'been. and still is,.. most seriously
O"eficient. ,t,_is quite idle -ito' say that the
bands which were, numerous: enough and
strong cuough ;whe working with theT
Bb;-!a~kle..or as1avmust and ought to. be


ayply sufficient under tlhe invigorating in-
fluence of freedom. These are nere theo-
ries; T'he unhappy colonists have been
forced to should, and have found them hol-
low, The'ifberated neero inthe West In-
dies does nnotiioek. He shows an occasional
and imperfect industry when the pressure of
some particular want or desire imlpels him to
seek the means of gratification. But as for
regular and continuous labor, it is not to be
expected from him. In course of lime,
perhaps, when the slave generation is de-
parted and others are sprung up in their
room "who have not known bondage," the
case may be different. We do not say that
it will not be different. But meanwhile,
and pending the great experiment, the plan-
ter is rined. Whilst hulnanitarians at
home are praying of the horrors of slavery.
the free subject of Great Britain is losing
his land, his money, his every means.-
Africa is guarded as if it were holy ground,
and Jamaica is left to waste. Such are the
effects of humanity that has not its founda-
tion in justice.
[Correspondence of the Charleston Courier.]
WASHINGTON, Feb. 1.
The. rumor which has prevailed here of
Gen. Gaipe's disclaimer of the publication
of the letter of Gen. Taylor, and which I
mentioned last night, proves io be incorrect.
General Gaines has written a letter to the
Secretary of Wa'r, justifying his publication
of the letter, on ihe ground tha-t General
Taylor's conduct had beetn misrepresented
in Congress, and required explanation and
defence. It is still said that General Gaines
will place his views before the public.
The three million bill was the special order
in the House, to day, but upon lhe sugges-
tion of Mr. McKay, that the appropriation
bills were of pressing necessity, (Mr. C. J.
tiigersoll, as Chairman of lhe Coin. of For-
eign Affairs, consented that the bill should
be postponed to Monday next; but Mr.
Wilnot. as if apprehensive that some one
would steal his thunderr" promptly gave
notice (if' his intention to offer his famous
proviso of the Ite session, prohibiting slave-
ry and Involuntary servitude in the territory
to be acquired and annexed, throualh any
treaty with Mexico. Mr. Prestor, King, of
New York was also evidenwly anxious to an-
'nex his narne wilh Ihis inventenl.
The same hill is to come up in the Senate
to-morrow Mr. Sevier gave notice that lie
would call it up to-morrow. General Cass,
who is looked up on he'e. as a competitor of
Silas Wright. (or the democvratic nomination
for the next Presidency. mihlit be placed in
an awk;1rd predicament by this bill. Many
ask how lie will vote upon the anti-slavery
proviso. But he is relieved from the diffi-
Culty by his instructions from the Stlte
Legislature of Michigan, to vote for the
proviso, and lie recognizes the doctrine of
instructions. All lie has to do is to keep
quiet. But 111t. Wright is to have the glory
and profit, or odium of the movement.
Mr. Calhoun's course is looked to with
deep interest on the subject. He will un-
doubtedly .meet the q;iestion with all his
ardor andi strength. He will undoubtedly
take the southern ground on this question,
to its whole extent ; but it is already whis-
pered that he may be able to carry through
1he Missouri compromise principle, in ap-
plication to the territory to be acquired.-
At all events, an occasion wilt thu., be pre-
sented which will employ all his powers.
The ten rigiment bill was again the sub-
ject of warm discussion, to day, in tlhe Sen-
ate, upo, its pass:ige. Gen. Houston made
a speech of acknowledged ability in favor
of the volunteer system. Mr. Hiintington
spoke against the proviso granting govern-
sent stock to the soldeirs as bounty. Mr.
Simnmons defended tha:>t provision, pointing
to lhe fact that, in the late w:ir, the tuoney
bounty, besides a'hand bounty of half a se-
tion, was given to every soldier-to the
amount -of 124 dollars.
Gen. lHouston's motion to recommit was
rejected-aid the bill-was passed, yeas 39.
nays 3-to wit, Messrs. Cilley, Corwin and
Davis.
The Sen:ite was for some time engaged in
Executive session, probably upon some
military qippin'tltenfs. It was stately to me
just now that Col. Webb, of the New Y'ork
Cowrier, who lhas been here for some time
soliciting a military- appointment, is to be
nominated as a Brigadter General, ,and my
informer, who, as I have reason to believe,
was well advised, said that the Colonel hini-
self was not yet aware of the decision. Col.
Webb's appointment- will be for the volun-
leers.
Ih is supposed that five Brigadier Generals
wilt be appointed for the 'Ten Regimentsof
Regulars, that is, *< General for a Brigade of
twvo Regiments, according (o the army rule.
But for the Volunteers, a Brigadier is ap-
pointed for every Brigade to consist of three
Regiments. As yet, we hear of but two
gentlemen :Who are to be nominated as
Brigadiers under the Ten Reginment Bill,
to-wit" General Aaron Ward, of New York,


and Gen. Cadwallaider, of Philadelphia.-
General Ward was distinguished as a com-
p:ny officer in the war of 1812, and has
sinceebeen a member of Congress, and a
Major General of New York tniliii i. Gen.
C(adwallahder 'is supposed to possess miiita-
ry talent. Both are energetic and intelli-
gent men. The former is a democrat and
the latter a whig.
The Secretary of the Treasury hlas, to-
day, sent into the Senate a project for in-
creasing the revenue, in compliance with
Mr. Cameron's resolution.,
He stales that the revenue under the
tariff of 1846 is ini-reasinig, in comparison
with the revenue, fora corresponding pe-
riod, under the ,old tariff. The increase
from December lst, 1846, to January 23d,
1847, is $700.000 over tlhe amount yielded
by the old tariff in ;Ae same period, ending
January 23d, 1846.
Therefore, as'a general rule, he does not
look for an increaseof revenue by increasing
duiIics.
Bit1l he proposes a duty, in-addiiion to the
present ad valorem duly, of ten per cent on
iron and it+ manuftictitres on coal, and cer-
Iain. Woollens not costing more than four
dollars a square yardi-;five per cent. on cer-
tain cottons, anid tweity,.-per cent. on sugar,
&e. This schedule wili, as he estimates,
produce the sum of 81,41-8.000. .le pro-
poses a decrease of duties op certain iron
utensils, which will increase the revenue to
the amoun,t of 855.000.
He insists upon the- original roecommoda-
li.on'of twenty-five per cent. on tea artd cof-
fee, which will give $2,500,000. A like


year, for sicamers of like draft with the
Albany.
Col. Buuls, the worthy architect of the
Magnolia. says, she wilt- be ready to com-
Amrre'ti her trips in the course of a few
weeks. The river is now in fine order and
Ve trust it will continue so:,for weeks to
como,--[Albany Courier.
[From the N. 0 Coin. Times, 4th inst.]
MEXICO. .,----
ASSASSINATION Or SANTA ANNA.-By
far flhe most important item is the reported
deaih of the Mexican leader, who it is said
was killed in a revolt of his troops, caused
by his opposition to1 he measur^e-7 e Ity
Congress for levying money on "4 h pro-
periy. We have no eonfidence'rf ib tale ;
Santa Anna and his army are loo far re-
moved from the-capitaf to feel the influence
of the clergy; and he himself is too un-
scruriulous a man to oppose an ,ct o'spoli-
ation whose benefits are intended for him-
self" and followers. It is nothing else than
an idle report..
LEvY orN MONEY, ETC.-The Atiminis-
iration has been empowered by ac-Pt of
Congress 10 raise $15.000,000 forThe pur-
pose of sustaining the war, mortgaging, or
if found necessary, selling the-1roperly of
the church to procure that sum. The
Vicar- General in ithe city of Mexico protesl-
ed against this high-handed measure, but
Congress/,-eeided by a vote of 55 to 31 to
mouirgae., and 44 to 35 to sell. Gen-eral .Le
Vega, whio had but Brevet rank. h;- been
promoted to full Brigadier, in rewarnof his
bravery at Resaca de la Pains, andiA gold
medial voted to him by CongresI ./Certain
despatches of General Taylor to WWahbing-
ton are said to have been capture l by Can-
ales. and flhe bearer (a Frenchman) M4ain,
but they contained nothing of importance
to the enetny.
The Governor of Puebla, according to the
lndicador, 131h tilt., has consented in assist
file g:.Irrison of Vera Cruz, very inuch
siraigghiened at the moment, with subsidy
of $100,000, of which $20,000, or so, ;ire to.
be paid every month. Ihe firsl remnitlance
to be in:(de iu a fi)riniglht. This was (lone at
the urgent request of Don P. M. He.rrera.
Tih- people in Mexico fancy, from certain
delhiies in Congress, at Washinoton. that
.iv. Polk would I)e willing to make peace
on any teri's, and that his adtiinistration is
very unpopular.
THE CAPTURE OF MAY'S DRAGOONS.-
The Governor of New L, on states, in a
dh's|,;itch, that Calpt. Mat's rear guard, in
lite defile of Saiiia Rosa, was cut off by
iwenoy five men and boys. The whole of
then, (el,'ven) were sent prisoners to San
Louis. The Gover'nors of Durango and
Zm,.alec;is l iive declined placing the resour-
ces ofiliose Slates ;it the disposition o"'San-
ia Ann,,a. They declare ihai fihe demand is
ag:iinsl ite spirit of the Consiiitniion, -and
w(,i1l leave them defenceless,
VERA CRUz.-There are now one- tholl-
sand MeJel il Sal Juan de-Ulloa, and eigh-
ten lhonsand regulars and one thousand
National Guards in lite city. In ihe whole
depitiment lite regulars are stated to be
five thousand. The National Glard- when
organized, will amount to fWurteen thots-and
of all armls', but if will take. some weeks to
concentrate them in Vera Cruz. There
?hen is the difficulty of provisioning them.-
Only a few days' provisions are stored in
llte Castle. ihe garrison receiving ordinarily
iheir supply daily from the town. The
French bark w-nais. with a cargo of warlike
stores, evaded ilt-I blockade.and got in on
thi 41h nhltino. She brought from Lon-
don one hundred and eighty tons of gon-
powder, and alter landing about eighlv was
drivn by a Norther :on the -reef otff ihe
Castle and bilged. Tlhy expected; lo~save
llie remra~inder of her cargo, fhe packages
having bepn well secured. 11 appears she
had tried a cargo al New Orleaks, but inel-
fertually.
Midshipman Rogers, prisoner at Vera
Cruz, is treated with Preat kindness. Gen.
Vega promises to procure him his liberty.
GOLD AND SILVEKR.-Senaor Gam boa has
made a propositioii in Congress 1to prohibit
the exp~ortation ol Ihie precious metal^,.dur-
ing the war with tlhe United States. :The
paSSeS, Puente Nacional. Plan del Rio and
(Cerro Gnrdo. between Vera Cruz and ,(ile
c'ity of" Mexico, are lo bre fortified.
Tlhe ;,.l of Con~gress authorising,-the sei-
znre of lIhe iprolperlyof Ihe church is ce'ro
t;iinly a bold measnre--we may even say,
hazatrdous in tlie extreme, since the popula-
tion is so low .in the scale of intelligence, or
rather instruction, llhat the itifluience oftlilt
Clergy is immense. With ignorance as trie
fulcrum and snlperstition Ihe lever, Ihe am-
bitious" Priest will find it no dtfficnhlt ask Io
Iopple down the fairest designs of the eu-
liglhtened Legislator. The. preliminary
step lo a terrible collision between the
Government and ihe masses, it appears, has
already been taken. All the ehurchts~ne
in Inourning. t ^
PASSAGI: oF MUSKET BULLETS lltUiR0. !BH
THF HUiMAN BO)DY.--A number of fi6fouf
cases of the progress of muskel bats from


tlie place where rihey we-re first lodg.d",.have
been observed by military surgeons. We
have heard of a very remarkable case, where
the musket ball struck the forehead above.
lhe nose, and having divided into two halves,
one half went round beneath the skin, bon
the right side, and the oller on the left, a-
vaaning in contact with (he skull.- We an
not ask our readers to believe the poeticS.
edition of this faci, that the two half b'?
lets met again behind after having. for-
ied iIte circuit of I he head in opioite direc-,
tions, and, advancing with a slightly dimin-
ished force. united, and killed an unfortu.
nate man who stood +in their way.; bui the
fact of the bullet, and the advance of each.
half in opposite directions is unquestiona.
ble. -.
The singular progress of a musket bullet
from the forehead to the .tliroat has been
recorded by Dr. Fielding" At the "first
battle ofNewbury, i ihe time of the civil
wars, a medical gentleman was shot etar
the right eye. TThe skull was fractured.t
the place; but though the surgeon could
see the pu. lsation of the brain beneath the
wound, yet the bullet had turnedto.ine'
side, and could not be discovered. VXarious1t
bulies were discharged from the wdund, i(be
mouth and th6 .nbstrils,-' *" "" '
At the time of the second battle of New-',
bury,' the wound healedi-ttand could not be,
kept open'; but about twelve years .after-
wards, when the doctor was riding in a -cold,
dark night, he felt a pain on tile left'side or
his bead, about the 'almonds of the etapw


duly on other free articles, (excpling I)ll- and tolerable plausible withal. As he will
lion and specie.) will give $400,000. doubtlessailempt hle same game elsewhere,
But as Congress is averse to this, he pro- ] our brethren of the press would do well to
poses that a (lut, offifteen per cent. be laid notice the extent of Ilis financial operainds
on tea and coffee, which, in addition to the here, as it may put merchants and others
schedule above named. (even excepting all on their gtuard.--[Savannah Republican.
snu ar other than refined,) w ill prod uce _" ....... .. ..
$2.500.000. ,T,
T ss suml ,,,e.,,,,o..,osto, .s.etaat a. COMMERCIAL AD ERTISER.
specific fund for tlhe redemption of tile prin-
cipal and the payment of [lie interest o" lthe APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, FEB. 13, 1847.
debt to be contrated for ihe support of the
war. The Report is very voluminous, but W+- The following gentlemen are authorized
tile above is the substance of it. Agents for the COMMERCIAL ADVEBTISERLand will
WAt4t],cQ'ro,- Feb. 2. receive and receipt for zubscriptions, or advertise-
There is an impression here upon some menits:-
that we are on the eve ofa peace with Mex- MErssRs. MAsON & TUTTLE,3S8 William Street,
ico. Things happen so suddenly and unex- New York.
.Z]),,VID BR.vo, FEs-., New 0Orleans.
pectedly in this age and country that it m ay W v C IItr.:r, E sq., A llany, G a.
be true. The late rumors from Mexico go Major JACK [tAR'DMAN,n. Eut'dula.Alu.
to confirm it, and the Secretary of State =
deems that rumor as probable. Tile ad- PROF. MLES--PR NQ-MNEJMOTECHNY
vices received from General Taylor, by the By reference to another column it will
western mail, last night, do not confirm it, |be perceived Ihat tlhis genilim;>n designs
blnl that circumstance does not disprove it.
It is nt improbable that the Mexican eon_ paying our city a visit for ,he purpose of

gress has agreed to a negotiation. They teaching this new and interesting branch of
can lose nothing by ir. They gain time by science, in whichh le, above all others, is so
it. which to them is important. Should a proficient; indeed, jud.ling from the nu-
negotiation be commenced, the effect will so testimonials from the sawms of col-
he to suspend hostilities, to some extent. f
though, of course, our troops will not Ile leges, (many unsolicited.) we are prepared
withdrawn. It has been snugested here to speak in advance of his reception here.
that the negotiation, if any should be com- This science professes to aid'the memory
mended, should be carried on at Havana.- in the retention of names, facts, figures and
In that case, there could be a speedy resort Z!,
by either party to their respective govern- statistics, in all departments of science and
ments. chronology, requiring accuracy of time,
The President has repeatedly stated that place and events, the acquisition being
he would be able to effect a peace, if Con- Sp)eedy amd tile retention easy.
2ress would give him the tlirpe illon ap- W
propriaiion, with which to approach tile e ch
Mexican authorities. in testimonials from a highly respectable
The three million bill came up to-day, class, which lie had at Tallahassee:
and Mr. Sevier made a briefoplining speech
in its support. He stated that the President LECTURES oN PIIRENO-MNEMOTECIINY.
had recommended this measure last year. The course of Lectures on this science
and now again; that the Prisident had held, by Professor MIILS were concluded last
*nd still held a correspondence with Mex- evening. We have heard but one express-
ico, by which he had learned that the Mex- ion of opinion by flhe members of tlhe class,
ican Government andi people wee disposed and that kii untqualified gratification at the
to make peace on terms which (he Presi- whole course. Professor 11. leaves for
(lent would offer.. Mr. Sevier slated Ihat Qn'in.y inl a d;ly or so, and will impart to
lie didI not know what the President would ihe (citizens of that ( laco, insiriction on llhis
deilland it) the way of'indenmnity for the ex- subject. 1I his oilier en-, auements will per-
penses of the war. but h' was persuadled rail, it is hoped ll tat Prof.-ssor M'l. will make
that the Senate would io0 consent to a it convenient to return to Tallahassee, and
tr-eaty on terms slhnri of ilhe cession to the repeat his Lecitures. No doubt a respecta-
U. States of New Mexico ;tind California.. |ie ,class could be immediately formed for
Mr. S. was of the opiinon that Mexico that purpose.
was tired of the war-thai she had kept up The following tesliinonials of ihe manner
the war by forced contfibumionq on her, i, which his effforis are regarded by those
people, and had been beav,-r in every con- who milended his Lectures, have been hand-
flict; and she had no motive longer to con- ed us for publication. They speak a ]an-
tinne the war. He protested against mix- guage which cannot be mistaken :
inga up with this measure mny extraneous TALLAHSSEE, Jan. 29, 1847.
matter that would excite nalionwl and party
feeling. The Government and the whole At a meeting ofa public class that altend-
people ofihe United Stales wished for peace, ed tle lectures of Professor PINY NMILES,
if'it could be obtained on honorable terms. on the subjeet of Phreno-Mnemolechny,
Mr. Miller, of (N. J.,) spoke at great hehd in the Capitol -it Tallahassee. imme-
length in opposition to the measure, and re- dlitely after the close of the course, ihe
viewed. with severe comments, the conduct meeting was organized by the unamous
of the Presidlent ill relation to'he origin and selection of Gen. Thomas Brown. as Chair-
tie prosecution of' the war. man, and D. C. Wilson, Esq. as Secretary.
--e .u- on1 of"-- *. I war., After which. th, e iect of [io ni, ilinD li,.v-


" GOOD GOD DID EVER MAN HAVE SUCH
FRIENDS AND tUCH ENEMIES A3
HENRY CLAY !"
A friend of ours has favored us with the
following extract of a letter received by him
and dated
NEw ORLEANS, Feb. 1, 1847.
"In a conversation with a neighbor and
friend of Henry Clay, 1 learned (he particn-
lars of the delicate act of those persons who
paid his notes at the North Bank of Ken-
tuck, y, thereby cancelling the mortgage
which he had given on his estate to secure
money which he borrowed to pay an en-
dorsement.
"1 Mr. Clay went to the Bank to pay the
interest on the debt and 10 per cent. The
Cashier handed him the note and said Iit
was paid.' 'IPaid by whom?' 'I don't
know. sir.' 'Please call Mr. Litford, the
President.' Mr. Litford came. Mr. Clay
said-' is my note paid?' 'It is paid, sir.'
'By whom?' 'I don't know-but I re-
ceived the amount by letter to cancel your
note and mortgage, with the request to hand
the paper to you.' Mr. Clay raised his
hands over his head and exclaimed,-, Good
God, did ever man have such friends and,
such enemies as Henry Clay,' and burst in.
to tears and wept like a child. A few
months afterwards, six gentlemen came to
his home and said a few days and then ac-
companied him ito New Orleans, where they
remained some lime-they were a part of
the noble 15 who paid his debts, but he
knew it not. Since Ihai, he has received a
book with 15 Engravings in it. giving the
likenesses of all the donors. They reside-
some in New Orleans, some in Boston, New
York and Philadelphia.
"-I am very truly,


C7' Late advices from the Canary Islands
give accounts of great ravages by the yellow
fever in those islands.
Lyell, the geologist, asserts that
.here is more coal ill the single S:aie of
Illinois than in all Europe.
07' Monroe Edwards, the forger, died
in the Prison Hospitial at Sing Sing, on
Friday the 29th uhl.. of consumption.
C5' The Hibernia must have earned a
rich freight on her recent trip. The specie
paid half per cent. or about $14,000; the
passengers $15,000 or more, and lthe goods
probably len or twelve thousand, makiti,_, in
all some $40.000. besides tlhe great purse of
the British Government forilie mails.
IMPORTANT DECISION.--A case of con-
siderable interest to merchlants, has been
decided by the Superior Court of' New
York. It decides Ilia[ goods to be shipped
<:o.Aiwis,., do not pIss from ihe control of
a joblber till a bill of' ladihg is delivered,
,|though they niay have been put on board
of ai vessel pursuant to order.

O" The snit of Mrs. Gen. Gaines. in
which she obtained a verdict of $17,000,000
in the District of Louisi.m;t, is shortly to
come before illf, Supreme Court of tlt-
United States, on art appeal.

fy A correspondent of tlhe Cincinnati
Enquirer tioioinaies for tlhe next President,
Levi Woodbury. of New Hampshire; for
Vice President, Dixon H. Lewis, of Al.,.
O7 The 1. S. Gazelle says-':-`01.
Hickory doasted that in his administration,
lhe nation~d debt was paid off. 'Youtn)g
Hickory' is likely to boast of having renewed
the debt, ;is it is lIkely that, with all the inl-
meuse income of (lhe nation, Mr. Polk will.
inl1849, leave Ihe White House, and a na-
tioli'l debt of nearly $10}0.000,000."

The Memphis commercial of tihe 13thi
instant says: "W,e saw cotton yesterday
hauling fi-om llhe country into the city on
sleigahs--4 bal,'s at a load--this is rather
unusual here." We should presume, also,
rather unusual anywhere else.

THE HOME JOURNAL FOR 1847.--There
:s no flagging in this attractive and beauli-
ful family newspaper. All the numbers lh',t
have yet speared ([four, we believe,) of llhe
present year. nre of a very high order of
merit, and richly deserve tlhe encouin'rms,
they every where re,.eive. Morris aud Wil-


lis are really at home now, "and the Home
Journul is, without doubt, the best paper
they ever edited. It appears to be their
pride, and week after week they are giving
ns a broad and ample sheet, well stored
with literary gems, and in a typographical
dress ofsurpassing beauty. All that talent,
tact, and unwearied indus:ry can do for a
valuable and a most delightful public jour-
nal is (lone for this; anl the'vVery moderate
price at which it is published,(only two dol-
lars a year,) will soon give it lhe wide-sprPad
popularity and- circulation it so pre-etni-
nently deserves.-[N. Y. True Sun.

THE STEAMER ALBANT.-This splendid
boat, the pride of the Flint, arrived at Tift's
Wharf for the .fisrt time this season, on
Tuesday last. bringtini a freight of 700 bbls.
principally hardware and groceries to our
city inercthaut's, and planters in the co-untry.
Capt. Griffin deserves much praise for the
taste he lias displayed in filling up the pas-
se.ngers'cabiin. For elegance, comfort and
convenience the cabin of the Albany is
equalled by ftew and surpassed by no boat
upon our South western waters. Her boi-
lers are sound, and her engine works finely.
She was detailed here but two days, ;>n.d
left on, Thursday afternoon with 828 bales
colton and eight passengers. Success to
the boat and her worthy pr~prielorand com-
mander, say wve, and.we hope.,the day is not
far distant when the waters of the Flint
tshall be made navigable at all seasons of the


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It was tmUe, lie said. n oi mt e people to say
to the President that his duty was to pnt
an end to this war. He (Mr. -M.,) was pre-
pared to say, as a Senator, tlhat ihe, Presi-
dent ought to make peave upon the pave-
ment, or security for the indemnites due
our citizens, and tlhe concession of*the Rio
Grande as our boundary. But the sense of
the people was opposed to the dismnember-
ment of' Mexico-to Ihe annexation of any
part of her territory to this Union.
If we acquired Mexican territory, we
should quarrel about the division of the
spoil; the war would be transferred from
Mexico to tile U. States.
Mr, Mangurm intimated a desire thatillle
bill should be passed over, to allow time for
the consideration of lhe noval and startling
proposition presented to us to-day-to annex
a new world to the Uniled States. lie was
himself utterly opposed to the disirreinber-
ment of Mexico.
Mr.-Sevier wished to press the bill to an
early vote. Mr. Calhoun thought lime would
be saved by affording Senators an oppormn-
nity to consider thi subject. Mr. Berrien
move to postpone'till Thursday next, and
Mr. Seiver called for the yeas and nays,
and the motion prevailed-28 to 18.
Mr. Berrien gave. notice that he would
moved an amendment to the bill, declaring
that it is the sense of Congress that the war
with Mexico ought not to be prosecuted
with any view to the dismemberment orcon-
quest of* that Republic; that this govern-
ment desires to maintain peaceful relations
with Mexico; that this government is ready
to make peace with Mexico on terms mu
iually favorable to both parties; that the
boundary of Texas ought to-be definitely
settled, and provision madle by the Repub-
lic of Mexico tor the prompt adjustment of
the just claims of our citizens against that
Republic.
Should this amendment succeed, it will
preclude any question about tie extension
of slavery.
The House was chiefly engaged to day,
in the discussion of the Civil and Diplo-
matic Appropriation Bill. The debate look
the general complexion of the debates atl
this Sessio)n. The war topic in its various
aspects is (lie topic of lhe Session.
The remains of Lieutenant Graham were
interred to-day, at 11 o'clock. The funeral
was strictly private at the request of his
famnily. A battallionof troppsiformned a part
'of the funeral procession in favor of Lieuten-
ant Boyle. Capt. Walker, of Texas, led
the column, well inounted, and in full uni-
f'orm, gauntletted up to the elbows, and
made a soldier like appearance.

FORGERY AND SWINDLING.-A man who
signs himself JAMES DILLON. has, we un-
derstand, been.driving quite a business with
some of'our merchants, by getting goods
upon orders, purporting to he given by His
lHonor the Mayor, H. K. BuRRouGHs. We
have not learned vfthlie extent of his success,
but have been lold of three cases, in which
lhe pocketed the spoils. In one instance lie
obtained a suit of clothes, in anot-her, a
silver watch, and in 'the ,third, a fine gold
watch, &c"-- The amount of his "Ipickings"
in these cases alone,.nlust have been somne-
thing like one hundred and sixty or seventy
d ollIars. We need hardly say that the or-
ders were forged and that the valuable
customer has disappeared. He is represen-
ted as rather a short man, thick set, and
of florid complexion, easy in his manners,


LIX EU 11 1" 1 tic ty...,u t tit_ ... U ... CU1... r,> 1.^ ....
ing been explained by James-.s A. Berllihot,
Esq., on his motion, a committee wass ap-
pointed by the Ch;iir to dnl't, ,uiiaible reso-
lutions, bearing the testimony (a( hose who
attended the course of Ifti'res, to Ihe
agreealble and courteous ma,,ner in whi.h
ihlf Professor discharged his duly, and the
I)erfe(.t ease antd ability with which he ex-
plainted to ihem the principles of this new
and interesting science.
Whereutpon, the Chair appointed the
following gentlemen as that committee, to
wit :
J. A. Berllilot, Chair'n, Richard Hay.
ward. N. Williamson, Dr. Jno. Gamble. R-
B- S,,ith, M]. D. Papy. Geo. W. Hut,'hins.
Rev. W. .Ncil, Dr. W. R. Hayward. James
B. Gamble, S. S. Sibley. .ohi, Daffiut. Pe-
ter Graham. J. H. Vail Horn. J. B Keene,
J. E. Betiner, W. S. Bogari, C. H. Blood,
J. [. Whitehurst.
To which committee, on motion, the
Ch'irmat and Secretary were added.
The Committee, afir takiJg a short re-
cess, reported lhe following resolutions:
1. Resolved, That the th:iIks of this
meeting are due, and lIhey are hereby itn-
dered, to Professor LMILES, for ihe-very able
and interesting course of lectures, delivered
by himn in lhe Capitol at Tallahassee, on
the subject of Phrrno -Miemoiechny.
2. Resolved, That we take pleasure in
being able to recommend him as a gentle-
man anti a scltol,)r- 11): 1 we have been
greatly surprised, ;is well as highly edified
arid instructed, it) the course of lectures
which lie hIs delivered-;iiid let his fiot-
steps lead. him where ilie.y may, lie will al-
ways bear with Ihim our be-st pond wishes
for his success in lhe work in which he is
now en.ga e d.
3. Resolved, That we are perfectly satis-
fied that the science which lie teaches will
so stre),gthen tlhe rnemiory, lhat by very lil-
tlie practice, All historical, geographical, and
political facts, may easily be acquired and
retained.
4. Resolved, That the procee-dings of
this meeting be signed by the Chairman
and Secretary, and that all the papers pub-
lish,'d in this City be requested to publish
the same.
On motion, the meeting ihen adjourned.
THOS. BROWN. Chair'n.
D. C. WiLsoN, Sec'y.

Oy- The firt steamn vessel built in this
country for the purpose of regularly cioss-
ing the Atlantic was launched at New York
on Saturday the 30th ult. The Washing-
ton," for such is her ntame, will ply between
New York and Bremen. Pa.-sengers for
England and Friance will be landed at South-
ampton, whence they will lie forwarded to
London by railroad, -r to Havre or Paris
by steamboat. She will be commanded by
Call(. H ewitt, well known as the former
.commander of the Havre packet ship Ulica,
and will depart on her first voyage the first
of March next;

C7- The first of a line of steamships he
tween New York and New Orleans is now
in course of construction it) the former
city. She is to be called the." Untited
States," will be 50 feet in length, and 1850
'tons burtbeu.
































COMMERCIAL.


NEW YORK---,8S47.

SPRING GOODS.
THE undersigned, Imporlers, Jobbers, and
Wholesale Dealers in the City of New York, in-
vite thie altention of'Buyers to the extensive arid
varied assortment of Stocks with which they are
prepared to supply the demand for the coming
Sprin-Trade, and respecttnlly represent to the
Southern and Western Merchants, that the faci-
lities -hey posses. in making the earliest and best
selections, enable them to compete successfully
with any other market, jnd at the same time to
offer to the Country Merchants the usual induce-
ments, so as to make their purchases equally fa-
vorable in every other respect,

Jobbers and Importers of Silk
and Fancy Goods.
ALFRED EDWARES & Co. 122 [Pearl street.
CLARK, WORK & Co. 126 Pearl street.
BOWEN & McNAMEE, 16 William st. corner of
Beaver.
CHFSEDROUGcn, STEA',RNS & Co. 37 Nassau st.,
opposite Post Office,
CLARK, SOUTHWORK & TILbEN, 25 Ndsau
and 74 Cedar strept.s, oppose Post Office.
CARLETON, F..OTHINGriAM & Co. Washington
Stores, Nos. I'ZI and 120 William street.
I &'TI'iT & Co, No. 134 Pearl street.
DIBLEE & RICHARDSON, 141 Pearl street.,

Importers, Dealers and Jobbers
of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods.
C W & J. T. MOORE & Co. No. '207 Pearl
street, west side, 4 doors above Maiden Lane.
PERKINS, BROOKS & WHITE, No. 135 Pearl st.
GRANT & BARTON, (Goods lor Indians,) 29 Wil-
liam street.
JONAS CONKLING & Co. 150 Pearl street.
WM. M. LuMmiS &,Co. 161 Pearl street.
TWEEDY, MOULTON & PLIMP'rON, 48 Broad st.,
DOREMUS & NIXON, No 39 Nassau street, op-
posile Post Office. Staple and House Fur-
nishing Dry Goods.
E. & J. BUssING, 111 and 113 William street.
MALCOLM & GAUL, No. 175 Pearl street.
RUST, DEAN & WYLVS, 115 and 117 William
street, Washington Stores.
A. & G. & H. BROWN, 181 Pearl street, cor-
ner of' Cedar.

Printed Calicoes exclusively.
LEE & BREWSTER, 44 Cedar street.

Commission Ierchants and Job-
bers for the Sale of Brown
Sheeting, Cotton Yarn, &c.
R. & D. M. STEBBINS, 17 Nassau, between
Pine and Cedar.
J. G. DUDLEY & Co. 9 Old Slip, between Pearl
and Water.

Cloths, Casimeres, &c.
WILSox G. HUNT & Co. 82 William street,
corner Maiden Lane, Importers and Jobbers in
French, German, Belgian and English Cloths,
Cassimeres, Vestings, and Goods adapted to
men's wear; also, Dealersin American Cloths,
Cassimeres, and Pantaloonerie., together with
Tailors' Trimmings of,all kinds.
F S. WINSTON & Co. 70 Cedar street, Impor-
ters and Jobbers of English, French and Ger-
man Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestingg, and Goods
adapted to men's wear. Tailois' Trimmings
in great variety.

Manufacturers and Dealers in
Boots and Shoes.
A. & A. G. TRA.SK, 124 Maiden Lane.
WM SMITH BRowN, successor of Kiniball &
Browvn, No. 149 Water street, near Maiden
Lane. :
GRANNISS & PATTEN, 96 Maiden Lane, near
Pearl street,.
J. H. RANSOM & Co. 86 Pearl street.
W. M. NEWKLL & Co. No. 122 Water street.,
CALVIN W. HOWE, 131 Maiden Lane
SAM'L DANIELS & Co 171 Pearl street.

Importers and Dealers in Hard-
ware and Guns.
WOLfE & BISHOP, 87 Maiden Lane, corner
Gold street
A. W. SPrES & Co. 91 Maiden Lane.
VAN WAGENEN & TUCKER, 172 Greenwich,
corner Dey.


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EXPORTS OF COTTON FROM APALACHICOLAf
Col/mmneiing 1st Sep(tein)"r, 1846-and same
time in 145.
-I P 1i-1Previ- La-t
w rt-tnt nxrpotrEo. 13 daySdously. IrseasO
L wverpaool ....... ... .. 23.355.. 1321 ..1321 ..7091
H avre ....................... ...... ...... ....
N antz ......... .. ... ... .. ..... ..... ......
t rieste ........ ... ............ .....
G enoa ... .... .. .... .. .. .9.58 ...956 ......
O Iher ports ...... .. ...... ... ...... ......
Total to For. Ports. ..2J555..2279 .5134 .-.7!91
New York ........... ... 524'..5370 ..5394 ..735Y
Boston ............... ...... i..3961 .3 61 .49-i48
Providence ... .. .... ...... 1. .1623 182.i .3S73
P hiladelphia ......... ...... ...... ............
S Baltitnore ........... .1170 ... ..... 1170 ..1221
NewOrleans ......... .. 515 .,521S ..5733 ..1311
(.Iler 2.)ri ............... ..i.1262!.. 1262 ... 128
-Total Coastwise.... .7220. 17434. 19.643 A8997
TOTAL-nIrIF.s. ...... 7777771.247 7725938

P PASSE NGE R S.
Per-steamer- Allziti-\-r Felyou, lady, child
ant ,-rvjwi: ; .Irs !I ill, 1.-- ,i3arkl.tv, M iss W y,]ili,
MI If il -,...i, Rev Dr L, ,,. ilev J Coe. Dr J
C,arnoiiCi; Messrs W W I" 1 %i,,r, Walter Robin-
son, B B trley. A J B illocli, ,T D Lorng, J C Mc-
Milain. A D Smart, T H 1i1 moals, J S Parato,
C Ir (r-,,.,ry, W Gregory, W P D;ckinson, W W
i Lavender,'J Widgeon, W W Hart-, L .Grego..ry,
Wydill
Per steanrc-r Peyton--Mi-s Levy: Gen Irwin,
Mai Jernigan, D G-raham, Jidgd, Sponn; Mes.-r;.
RtJ 'Moses, J L [Hill, .1 i Jon.s, T C O-,vens, II ,
QChitty, Wm Mont, J B Brooks. S G Baker
Per steamer Aibany-Dr .Jthn B Gilbert, Dr
JqlliusC Gilbert; Messrs :Tosephis Gilbert, Thomas
Idfill, John Jtickson, E 1 -Sivln.y, D A Vason, A
P Greer, W, Sm MV,)rg.t, Monigoiiery.
--Per st,'ani --r Eufa'fia-'VIrs G'ark and danzlitftr:
Mrs Thomp)son and children; Mrs Dant'orM-" and
children: AVliss Owens: M.esars ) Ochterlonie, J L
MHlr, T Nichols, DDdnforlh, P W Sratintool, G
lHrfirl.I, Poe
<'P". r -reamer Cliarlefton--Mrs Magrudpr, Mrs
Berry; Messrs 'Magruder, Flinn, Philips, Johnslon,
-Nash, T.albot, Lee, I-4ands, Sw-lhings, Grdriniss
Per teaintsr lmily--Mrs !{.us, 2 clhldren and
.2?rvant; Mrs Star-r, 2 children and 8ervaitI: Mrs
iSm-ith; Messrs J C RBusp, C F Bemis, WAkefield,
Smith, J .cKentey, S D An Jrew, J B Woolbrgiit.
V ",r steamer Chanilpion-Mr Guiner
.,+ Per steamuer Boston-'!rs W K Schlev, 2 chil-
dren aitd seirvant; viessrs W Carno. L F Johnston,
,C G 'Iandmre6:ill.c, W Vdlleaiu, G W Griffin, D G
,A'tason, J'T Mh ii',,.. Pace:
'Per steame-r Mary A M'oore--J A Calhoun, lady,
children aurd servant: Col John Cochrain and l.idy:
TG A Roberts and lady; Miss ,)liver, Miss Calhoun;
Messrs Ferdinand Lee, J Newsoin, L Mercer, A
F Keudall, W D Keils. fl L Jourdan,.T B-ichanan,
TPer ste-amer Augmista-A Ladd, N H Hicks, and
Hiti~r>.ir,J.

RECEIPTS FilOM THlE INETE;IlOR.
Per stpamer Atiqmista-91 batles colton to Win
)r Porter V- Co; 90 to Lockhart & Young; 25 to
Howard & Rutherford; I to A N McKav; 87 do
and l2boxes tob icco to Wylie & McKVnzie; 10
bales cotton and 3 boxes tobacco to D G R.aney;
31 bales cotton and 7 boxes tobacco to B S Haw-
ley; 2 boxes tobacco to Thos Preston; 81 b des
-cotton, 8 boxes tobacco and 1 bale hides to or'd-r
Per steam-r Pey-tona-365 bales colton to Hill,
Dawson & Co; 241 to A N .McKay; 199 to Lock-
hiArt& Yonng; 116 to J R Jones; 49 to Wm G
Porter 6 Co; 31 to I D Bugbee; 17 to D B Wood
Z5c Do; 15 to 'Harper & Holmes; 21 to order.
^rsteamer Albany-419 bales cotton to Sims
&p-iheeve"; 223 to Lockhart 1z Young; 100 to Win
G prter &- Co;' 109 to J Day & Co; 9 to J H &
Perst._amrr Enfanila-139 1 des cotton, to A N
175. to lWrlie & McKenzie, 23 "to Dodge &. Pratt;
P, 4 to Wrm G T'oter & -o.
Per steamer Charleston-557bafles cotton to Har-
per &- Holmes; 75 to A N McKay; 74 to J Day &
Co; 49 to Chas Rogers 'c Co; 29 to Dodge &e Pratt;
21.to Hill, Dawson & Co.
Per steamer Emily-293 bales cotton to Lock-
h4rt & Young; 189 to Hill, Dawson & Co; 153 to
AtN McKay; 70 to Jas ft Jones; 54 to H R Tav-
loT 52 to I D Bugbee; 33 to Harper & Holmes; i6
td_ odge Pratt; 15 to Wm G Porter & Co; 8
<^I Day Co.
aer steamer Champion-182 bales cotton to
Do0g~e Pratt; 97 to Lockhart & Young; 57 to A
N McKay; 61 to Hill, Dawson & Co; 22 to W A
C P G Kaif; 17 to J Day & Co; 13to M M Butts
Per steamer'Boston-207 bales'cotton to D B
Wood 3c Co; 136 to Dodge & Pratt; 12f to A N
McKay; 112 to Lockhart c Young; 100 to Wylie
4& McKenzie; 24 do, 7 sacks groundpeas, and 1
hale'hides to Wm G Port,-r & Co
Per steamer Mary'A Moore-481 bales cotton
to A N May; 432 to Lockhart A-, Young, 193 to
Wylie & -McKenzie, 100 to Wm, G Porter & Co;
20 to J Newsom; 7 to L M ercer.
Persteamer A,:gusta-90 bales cotton to Lock-
4 hart Az Young; 11 to A N McKay; 1 to B S Haw-
ley; 4 boxes tobacco to Thos Preston; 2 to James
F Farrior.
Per boy Gen Scott, fin Albany-377 bales:coiton
to Sims & Cheever; 122 to J 1- So J' M Hulul.
Per box Gen.- Wd'ol, fin'.Albany-457 to Sims
&,Gheever; 45 it) Lockh~art ,g Younjg; 26 to How.,'
-ard & Rutlp-rford.
Per barge fm. Marianna--74 bales cotton and 90
sacks grou nd e~as to WVm G- Potter & Co; 37 bales
ceotton to J Day fc Co. "-


11. S. Htaft A~rran^^ ^ g

Ufe^^ fN. McLifa~n,- Master- 9 ^
Apalachic-l-- every
iSaturday.. at 10' "-.M97,
Chattahoochee every Mondany and Th"lrSi
1-2 M. She will also make"eee~y IA-
hrtdge and Port Jackstn. LeaveA -iiaMh;l4 i-a@
Wednesday night. Leave. .Port aF.1
Sunday night "'" ." .
Every attention will he paid ji "he O1W .a M .. -"
coiflrt ol Paagergers, and(rict. a'icfter~ftto j. Ag.s
business confided to the.Captain or. aerk oCf.
polt Dec. " ,..t
S F~or-JLi VC rpoo h -: _.. '{.
-- THE superior BritLish, shirxLJ ''
il Win Oliveqr,- roaser, ean take jW9
,,,is,,f '500 bales cotton for the. a 'We) "
port. 'For freight, appL.tyo ., ..,..,
Feb6* ,A J V
For Bostoq,, with despa t"d
_-w' THE superinrfa-st siiaing ship.-.
VERL Y, "Smtitf, master, will -sail as
Aa above. For .pas.ag, dpply to ,':.'*-,-
Jan 23 D DBWOOD & -0.
For Balta more. '.r ,
._.^ THE fast satilittg-scho..n-rr..7&rZI.f,
^^^Van Gildefi, rasrter, will, havc('diapatch
A lbfbr the above rprt" Ffr dherk- fght /
only, apl!y to DODGE &, fR.]-, /
Feb 14 4U "t
Jr.-Flynag .. ^
(Late T. C"L.RK... r-'
BOOT AND S S 0 4E M AK--it! BU
g. CONTINUESf_ to. ayrn-thirt.i-l
tj ness itt A~allachi~la.i-'n Te
k. ,4wA !ow the -Ci'fy. Ho et o ntrOe ,s'lrecr;

'Having superior workIren, .he ii
confident that all who naypalrcnize'hii,.yjI-find :
that they have called at the fight tho-p7-.Z, r-;,en, "
Calf Skirp, Morwco, and Patent',eatb"he cmto
or Shoes marine to order, o ("(he lgaest"and"ms'r.ap.
proved style. He wilt alkb keep-.oi hand a'larig,
and selected assoftrrmeni o.: Ready- Made,-Vooli
Shoes -and -Brogans. ,;A4l _i 'd &M' fccss -(ii,
with neatness and prorvptitudef and on-ltemti- '
that cannot fail to be iecognised as irn-keeping '
wilh the competition in tradi'rtnd thf.- Gtoet','a-
of the times. ,
Apalachicola,.October 31: 42-46mr;.< .
Apalachicolea "Excliaug .,- "
_ -hTHE subscriber nlom.a k ld fn'l^ W
and the publiL, i-n-general. that he'has b-,. "
b!B;iicome the Proprietor-of tlhiA-a]5ie:vi el '
know house, and will[.-be .pilpeased (0 .Ttrte(itm .
any of the travelling community kht i Biaa- favorr er
him with thei,-.custpm, and will also .rcomi-imd. '
date -resident boarders. The bar' will always be -''';
supplied with genuine liquors of the chnire,:st
quality. JOVN -P"ATRIDGE.'
A palachicola, oN 14, 1 ['IA : *. "
Iarshal"lItous 1- l -
D_ a h AVUSG -taken "he-above, eitb..
hlishment,- (t-rmerly Aiilstead'&.-Ho-.
|3iS~g|* tel) I am now haVing.,it=nealt-lyitHed, *,/
ljup, so that I. maiy be able-to make
.iww-esall who call comfortable,'"and flatier --.
n,\.eli with tH'e hope, that .those who'rall .'may
be induced to continue their patronage. '-The ""'
Stages all stop wit-hme, and'"in 'fhe'-abisenc'$ of.'
either of themr, passengers who-s'top hete' "ill
meet with no detcntion,'as'privale con 'ace ....
can be had by application to me. The Eas6ekn
Stage arrives on Mondays, Wednesdavs'and-J"ri- "
days, at 7 o'clock-, A. M., and- departs on.,1 e-
days, Wednesdays and *ndays, at 8 o'clock ) -
M. The Northern Stagaepparts iinmediatelyaf..
ler the arrival of the Eastern, and r'eturns- Mhe.
game day, at 8 o' P.oc P; M: T .e .' Westerm .
Stage arrives here -inn inie-to take he 'e tern,
line, and depalrsn MIondaj's,. Wednesdays"',d nd '
Saturday, at 8 o'clock, A. M. By this"ine. -
passengers will take .theWMail Boat at Citt'a o.
chie for Apalachirola o' Monda'ys ;nd l"huhr'iy
A. MARSHALL, ProprieiorC'
Quincy, October.:2.7,-1846. n6 4.9kI .
For R-nrt .- _
THE Prop-ertymc-Cebtre'sl.-known 'W.
_iE,; the City Hotel, Apply to -. :5 ..
[nov l]. D. B. WOOD 00! i.
Stores for- Rent. '- "<
SSTORE .No-.-6, ftm *Colun~huaBbe
lately occu4pieid by Snn ,Cheeveraaii
Store No. 2, Block C or- Wa.er, st.- Ap-
ply to NWOURSE; STONE C0.' "*
Dec 25 '46 WVaterfrtie.: .,
Dwellinvg for Rent.' i." -
THE small D%%elling Huouse lateltio.-.
cupied-by Mr W. A McKenzie. iuq uir
of NOURsE, STON9 & CO:
Dec 26 46 Water iir(e .
For,-$ate,, ",',"7, ;* ;.:
TflE Hun'e on Ihe comer ,nf ,Chestihut "
Bl i i and L ive O ak Stl'pets, ktnownv'a tlh /r
IG>.l,(in H,'u, ." A pply t~o -," *
Ja GREEN & QONNERy-'
For Rent, "-.<....
fg a TW O Fr'ont Ofre'es," No' ,i3@ latersf.':- ,
_BV Jan. 9. "GREEN & CO.NNE.RY' ; -'V
Ornamental Tr~ees, Slnrubls;&c.; "
^Sj .g ^S THE tindersiiined hh.ajust reeeiied -
'^ro~fi'fom the'Nt'eu'rseryo Wnnte's &":Uo.,.
lij W -L. I., a choice Iol bf l' F ut and",0 nia=-" -':-*
r ni eural Trea S iu s ah *ln ) *
anjung wlvtch .will be fto~nd Ca r'natin~ni" Tlullipisi '*'
Honey Suckl~es, Roses A'lthea', D]a~hla's, Hya-. -'" - -.
cynths Paeonres, Figs, Vines', &c &,c- .All o~f"
which are to be oldt at i a"oice 1price :'S .- / -

Jan 16O Coner Chtestnut and-Waif r s lbt9... (' *:
JL e l {l i h C 'o a l : -. : ".^ ; : -
30 fcTONS, for sale-ly,1. "' *-.. ,;. ... :
(> jan23 RO BERT'S, A LLE'N &. C--:" -


L


]y Goods, ^_ ,
D"RILLINGS3 Tickings, -C.61on.Dsnahxurgd,. ,'"
Linseys, Kerseys, Jeans'," Ftnfela,.'Jllil.'
kets, Tweeds, Shirtilg-, 'Sheol.jtgii' hvek,:-
Ginghamns, Caficoes, Delanes, HSier\'& &c &. -
For !ale by B. ELLISON .& CO' "
Jan 23 -'.3 -Waier'stree .. ;.
ATS and Caps lIv the ca_e low fbr tash'by !
H B. -ELLtSON .I CO. ;-
Ladies' flne Kid and -ValkinE"R:
Shoes. Z ,
S0 PRS. Ladji's' fingr-Kid S'ibP.eip';-` "
.125 150 prs., Walkin'g Shoe-s-"-,"
100 colored'aind black- Slilpirsm."
For sale very low,,by. ,,
Jan"f _____ ,0'- '- T. KOPM'ANI. '
SUGAR PANS at Manu acturer's price?, by" ':
-. B. ELLISON& IbUC.*. .
Jan 23. 2 Water'street .,
,Oil Cloths and Cairpetsf ,1`
8 P-CS Oil Clothl-I and 2 ards:.wide;.--.:
.3.3 pcs super Ingrain Carpeting; "- "
.- 3 Cotton "- ,.3
:- .' '2 '. St-air -:^' ,,
`For sale by WM; G. PORTEB &,CO,.
Me 5 41 Water stree' ,
CHEAP PUBLICATiONS, just re66ivped'arii.
'for sale by .... .
Nov 2.1 .- J. C.-ALEN,.
Fine Boots and Brogap -'S -.J':
*I C A,,ES GesiCs fine Calf Boitsi *
12 305 irs "" B Zak
For sale at low price by A'- l. .
Jan 9 F. KOPM. -"*,


N OTICE.'-Six months after publication of
this noticep,-application Wi.ll be made to the
Hon. Judge of Probates for Jackson county,'for a
final settlement of the administration of- the es-
(ate of Samuel N Spears, deceased, late. of said
county. .ELIZA SPEARS,
February 14, 1S57. '5-6m Administratrix.


White Pii-eLumber For Sale.
O'f-I Frr EETW.hite Pi:ie Lumbe'r,
2,0iJP-0J. just received per schooner
Hunter, from BathiMaine.
Jan 16 CHAS. ROGERS &( CO.


EXPORTS.
GENOA-Per ship Constellation-958 bales
cotton.
LIVERPOOL-Per bark Merse)-1325 bales
cotton.
Pership Harriet Rockwell-1530 bales cotton.
NEW YORK-Per bark Magdala-761 bales
cotton.
Per brig R C Fisher-524 bales cotton.
BALTIMORE-Per bark Sarah Sheaff-1170
bales cotton.
NE WORLEANS-Per brig Issabella-293 bales
cotton.
Per schr Elizabeth-223 bales cotton.


__


which occasioned a pariial deafness. Hav-
ing ato|pped his-ear with wool, he was sur-
prised one day in"March, 1670, by a sudden
puff orcrack in his ear, When all that side of
his cheek hung loose, as if it had been para-
lysed, and a hard knot was felt under the
ear. V-arious tumors now appeared about
the throat, and in August, 1672, the bullet
was taken out of the throat, near the pomum
Adami, -Frazer's Magazine.


JRRENT. Land Sales. DEN.tSNOt N & ISiBROW, No. E5 Pearl street,
IN pursuance of" legal authority, :he subsciber (11,,,,ise P,.ail Sitreet kt.use, sign of the
D. C. n C. 11 will ofler for sale at public auction, at the ,, P-ll,.i: "
11 a 12 'Court-house of Madison county, between the E. ROBBINS, 134 Pearl street.
16 a 17 hours of ten and two o'cl,,ck, on the 13th day of EDw N HTl9-,, ,l PlAt str.oet, corner yf Gold,
a 13 May next, the following tracts of land, io wit: Age,,t hfr HUN-s" D.,uglds; Axes and Tools.
5 a 6j The S E (.T"section TheS W of section 24, In Township No. 1, A. L. H1 M-TSD &. SON, 7 P1.11t SlSeet. Cheap
a a The N W I of section 25, Range No 7, S & E. I.'r C. -,nh .,% --
5 a 5 The N E I of section 26. J Iuporlers of Saddlery and Coach
8i a 9J The E j of section 1, Township 1, R 8, S & E. Hardware.
a The W j sectionn 6, 1, R 9 6.Jo -i \'.\ N.,-r, 1 14 Prarl sir, et.
10, a 13 On the 1Ith day of May, at the Court-house of AnRa HA, R. VAN Nrsr, -222 Pearl street, cp-
30 a 35 Jefferson county,'the following tracts will be of- 1.,.,t.-_ -i,,t
a 121 fered for s;le, viz: V W. J PBuCK, E\hln e .Manufdaclurer and Im-
a 12i The W I of sec 13 porter, 2(09 Pearl street.
a 12 The E of sec 1J1,?IuI Town. 1 S, Range 5, E. SMITH, WRIGHT & Co. 129 Maiden Lane.
600 a The S ol sec 31.
5j a 7j The N j of section 6, Town. 2, Range 5, S & E. Importers and Dealers in French
84 a 10 On the 2.5th day of May. at the Court-house of and English Drugs, Chemi-
Ili a 16 Gadsden county, the following tracts will be of- cals, Essential Oils, &Ac.
14 a 22 fered for sale, viz: JOHNsoN% loor-F & TlAYrLOR, 81 Maiden Lane.
6ja 25 In Township 3 North, Rang 3 West.
2 a 55 FractionI Section 5, All of' Section 18, Importers and Wholesale' Dea-
I S a 2 0 A l l o f R e c ti o n 7 A l l o f '2 2 J r n D u s a n s 1 9
S & N W ) section 8, Allof 23, lers i. Drugs, Pails, Oils,
All of Section 15, All of 24, Dye Stuffs and Chemicals.
1 00 a All of cc 17, HAVILAND, KEESE & Co, So- Maiden Lane.
675 a 700 In Township 2 N,,nth. Range 4 West. BOYD & PAUL, No. 4 Liberty street near Mai-
575 a 600 All of Section 17, All (A Section 30, den Iarie.
750 a 650 FrAc eionar Section 3, -HASKELL & MERRICK, No. 10 Gold street, (five
2 50 a 4 50 Fractional Section 29,do r fr m M j ,n L e. Al o g nt f r
a 12 00 Oni(he 31st day of May, at the Court-house of. doors r-flrom Maiden Lane.) Also Agents ion
600 a 7 00 Jackwsn county, the following tracts will be of- several manufacturers of Chemicals, Henion's
500 a 600 fered for sale,'viz: Jujube Paste, &c.
100 a In Township 5 North, Range 11 West. HOADLEY, PHELPS & Co. Importers and Whole.
275 a 3(00 All of Section 1, S I and N W 1, and) sale Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
20 a 25 S j and N E of Sec 2, W j of N EO' Dye StuffS, Paints and Oils, 142 Water street.
16 a 18 S E i of. Section 3, Section 21. COLOTT, McKEsso.v & Co. 127 Maiden Lane.
N of 4LAWRENCE & KEESE, 121 Maiden Lane.
700 a Wj, & W o f N E S halt of 23' H.1 H. SCHIEFELIN & CO 104 and 106 John st. -
and W of S E S &N W Sec 24 V" B eM BURGER, 50 and 52 Cortlandt street.
75 a Section 6, All (if Section 25, --
62J a 65 All ot Section 7, Allof" 26 Importers and Dealers in French
250 a 300 SWi&WjofSEj, Al!of 27 and English China, Glass
1 00 a 125 Section 8, Allof 28:, and Earthenware.
3 a 32 E ofrS W 1, Sec 9, Alloof 29, RICHARD F. HIAVILAND, No 8'2 Maiden Lane,
6 a N WVVI of Section 10, Allof 30, above Pearl.
4j a 5 NW ,& SE I of'Sec 12, Allof 31, FRERE & CONKLIN, 74 Pearl street, corner Co-
5 a 51 E j-oi N WV},Sec 14, Allof 32, enties Slip.
a 8 E j of Section 15, All of 33, S. & E. WILLETS, 113 Water street.
8 a 10
64 a 7, All of 17, All of .' 34, HENRY IV. HAYDOCK & Co. 71 John street.
4 a 6 All of IS, All of ., 35, SIMEON D. SKILLEN, 101 Water street, 6. doors
All of' 19, All of 36, below Wall street.
All of 20,
7 00 a 10 00 In Township 4 North, Range 7 West. MIannfacturers of e\ ery descrip-
FractionaliSection 14,[ FractiollalSeclion 2.1, tion of Straw Boniets, and
12 W0 a All ,tf'Section 23,1D e l r in P a m L g

5 a 6 In Township) 3 N,R 9 W: All of Section 18. Dealersin Pauhnla, Lea-
10 a 12 Il T 5 N, R 10 West: N 4 and S IV and E Pal L af
115 a S E J, Sec6. All of Section 14. Iats.
32 a 33 These lands, selected fur the State many years LE;.AND & MELLEIN, 171 Pearl, corner Pine st.
200 a 250 since and lying in agreeable neighborhoods, are JoHN C. HE.,NDERSON & Co. 176 Pearl street.
a 4 00 very valuable. SARONI & ARCHER, 151 Water street
150 a 200 TERMS:-,One-fourlh cash, and the other WILLIAM E. WHITING & CO. 122 Pearl street.
a 300 )three- l'urths i" three equal annual instalments, EDWARD BRIDGE & Co. 109 Pearl, and 60 Bea-
4.50 a 5 00 vrtc~s
90 a 1 25 w ith interest froil the date of sale payable an- er s-l'C.tS.
125 a 1 50 nuil ly in advance; the purchaser to give bond, M.A-ri, SwFTr & Co. 62 Cedar street, opposite
112 a 150 with approved security; or if any purchaser P,'st Offire.
80 a 90 shall prefer to pay up the whole price in cash. a Wholesae Dealers in Fur, Silk
discount shall be allowed of five per cent on the and Wool i1ats and Straw
175 a 200 credit installments Goods o nfal kinds. Cans of


1 30 a 1a 50
1200 a 1250
a 11 50
8 a 9;
9 a 12
64 a 7
5; a 6
10 a
20 a 23
8 a 9
350 a
55 a
6, a
45 a
37J a 50
9 a 1!)
11 a 12J
2 12 a 250
14 a 16
8 a
10 a II
13 a 15
1 121 a 125
624 a 75
8 00 a 25 00
2 00 a 15 00
5 a 7
250 a 350
1 50 a 1 75
40 a 42
37 a 40
22 a 24
62J a 75
1 50 a 2 00
8 a 10
5 a 61
12j a 75
45 a 1 00
40 a 50
18 a 20
40 a '"
100 a 300
000 a l;,.00)


Fire Buck-
n 6, of* City
Ist of Febru-
torney.
WOOD,
epartrnent.
01IFUGE, the
e, for sale by
" ALLEN.
ake advances
nds in Liver-
D & CO.
mbiis Row.


ARTICLES.
BAGGING, Kentucky,......... yd
Dundee, ..........yd
Peanut,............yd
BALE ROPE, Kentucky...... Ib
Northern, ..... Ib
M anilla ......... Ib
BREAD, Navy,............... cwt
Pilot,. .... .... .....cewt
COFFEE, Rio,. ...............lb
Havana,.............. Ib
Java, ................ Ib
CANDLES, Sperm............. Ib
CORDAGE, Manilla,........... Ib
Hemp ............. lb
Tarred,............ lb
CIDER, Northern............. bbl
DOMESTIC GOODS-
Brown Shirtings,.... yd
4 Sheetings,.... yd
Tickings, .... ......yd
Cottonades,... ....... yd
Calico Prints,......... yd
Kentucky Jeans,..... yd
DUCK, Russia ............ .... yd
DYES, Logw'd, Gampeachy,..ton
St. Domingo,.ton
Fustic,.................ton
Indigo .................. lb
FLOUR, Northern,........... hbl
W estern,.............bbl
FISH, Cod,....................box
Mackerel, No 1,.......bbl
No. 2,.......bbl
No. 3,.......bbl
HERRING,. ................. box
FRUIT, Almonds,...............lb
Raisins,. ............ box
Prunes, ............... Ib
Currants,..............lb
Figs,.-.... .. .... drum
Lemons, .... ........ box
FU RS. Otter,....................
FEATHERS,...................Ib
GRAIN, Oats,................ bush
Corn ....... .... .... bush
GLASS, ..................... box
H AY,..........................cwt
HIDES, Green................. lb
Dry, country, ..... .... Ib
IRON, English,..................lb
Swedes,................. Ib
H oop,...................Ib
Sheet...................Ib
Nail Rods,. .............1h
Casting. American,. .. ..Ib
LU MBER-
Boards, White Pine,.......M
Yellow ..... M
Staves, ...................M
White Oak Heads,....... M I
Heading,. ....M7\1
LEAD, Bar, ..... ..............Ib
Sheet,. .................lb
LIM E, .. ......................bbl
MOLASSES, N. 0....... ....gal
NAVAL STORES, Pitch,.... bbl
Oakumn,. bale
Rosin... .bbl
Tar...... bb!
NAILS, ......... ............ keg
OILS, Linseed................ gal
O live,...... ...... ...bottle
Sperm ,..................gal
Lard, ...................gal
Tanners'................ gal
Castor,................. gal
PROVISIONS, Pork, Mess,.. bbl 1
M. O....bbl L
Prime,..bl)!
Bacon Haams, .... ...... Ib
canvassed, ..Ib
Sides .... .... ....lb
Shoulders,........lb
LARD, ..... ...............lb
BtrTTT .... ...............lb
C Hl SR, ......... .... .... It)
Po rA.rm,).s ................. bbl
PEA NUTS,.................. bush
i [C E,. ........................ Ib
'PIGC1S. Cassia...... ..........Ib
SPICES, Cloves ................Ib.
Ginger root, ......... Ih
46 ground,.... ...Ib
Nutmegs, ............. Ib
Pepper, .... .......... Ib
SUGAR, N.(Orleans. ....... ....lb
St. Croix ............Ib
Loaf, ... ............Ib
SALT, Liverpool, ...........sack
Coarser,..............nbu-h
STEEL, Cast, ................cwt Is
German,.............cwt l 1
SO AP ................... ........|b
SPItL(T6, Brandy. Cognac,....gal
Gin, 1-olland, ......gal I
Amc-rican,.....gal
Rum, N E ......... gal
Whiskey, Rect, ....gal
Alcohol,........ ....gal
SKINS, Bear,..................... 1
Deer, .... .... ..... .. .. .
SHOT, all sizes....... ........Ib
TOBACCO,....................lb
TEA, Young Hyson,. .......... Ib
Souchong,. .............. lb
T IN ,. ............. .. ........
TWINE, Baling,'............. 1b
Seine, ...... .......lb
WINES, "aderia ...........gal I
Champagne, ......... doz?,1
Notice,
.' L Wi di g .o ijrov~ided w ith
__. ets, in accordance with section
Ord:,nance No. 26, on or before the
ary, will be reported to the City Art
D. B.
"Jan 30 Chief Engineer, Fire D
B. FAHANESTOCK'S VERi\
*best worm medicine now in us
Jan 30 J C
THE undersigned continue to m
Lor, Cotton consigned ,o their frie
pool, Havre, Boston and New York.
D. B. WOOI
Dec 5 7 Cohui


MARRIED,
On Sunday evening, the 7th inst., by the Rev.
George Monilaws, Mr. CHRISTOPHtER HOLDERMAN
to Miss RACHL-, MULL.
-Ona Tiesday evening last, the 9th inst., by the
'Rev. J L Gay, Col; WILLIAM H. HUGHES to Miss
SJANE C. PLEDGE.
-Also,-bythe same, on the 26th ultimo, Mr. CAS-
PA.R HORN to Miss CATHARINE SMITZER.


PORT OF APALAGHICOLA-..... February 13


ARRIVED.
Feb 8-Schr Ferdinand Lughton fin N Orleans.
Schr Frank, Kendrick, fm Kingston, Ja.
Feb 9-Bark Baltic, Saunders, fm Boston.
Bark Carlos, Tillinghast, fm Boston.
Feb 10-Brig G B Larnar, Hayes, fm Galveston.
Feb 11--Schr Mount Hope, Brightman, fin New
Orleans. ,
Steamer Augusta, Jordan, fm Chattahoochee.
Steamer Champion, Cadwallader, fm Columbus.
Steamer Boston, Morton, fil Columbus.
Steamer Charleston, Freeman,-frm Columbus.
SteamerMary A Moore, Moore,fm Georgetown.
Steamet Emily, Hall, fm Columbus.
Steamer Peytona, Gieer, fm Columbus.
Steamer Eufaula, Thompson, fm Eufaula.
Steamer Albany, Griffin, fm Albany.
CLEARED.
Feb 6--BarK Magdala, Dodge, for New York,
by Dodge & Pratt.
Ship Constellation, Flitner, for Genoa, by Ls
Fred E Dugas.
Feb 10-Brig R C Fisher, Conklin, for New
York, by Dodge & Pratt.
Schr tlizabeth, Russel, for New Orleans.
Feb 11-Brig Isabella, Matthews, for N Orleans,
Bark Mersey, Coffin, for Liverpool, J Day & Co.
Bark Sarah Sheaff, Sands, for Baltimore, by
Chas Rogers & Co.
Feb 12-Ship Harriet Rockwell, Gerrish, for
Liverpool, by Sims & Cheever.


S (QOTTON.-On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs-
dayhhere was a fair inquiry for cotton, with sales
of 3|0 to 800 bales a day. Yesterday the market
was quiet and sales very light-to-day there is no
improvement in the demand. The transactions
which have taken place have been at about old
prices, although to-day purchases have been made
at 1c. off. We quote in accordance with the sales
to-day,- Good Middling at !0J and Fair at Ile
... FREIGHTS.-A brig- has been taken for New
Yojk at lc. andtwo barks for Providence at lic.
N. /-.n-ge in foreign freights, vessels loading ob-
tai'll-16d.- Vessels still continue very scarce,
tfeln pt'be'ing a single one in port disengaged.


. \-COTTON STATEMENT.
Stock on hand Sept. 1, 1316.1083
Burnt since 1st Sept.. 100
-988
Received past 3 days ........... 4,706
previously ........ 58,264
Total.........--- 63958
Exported past 3 days .......... 5,064
previously .......... 19,713
Total ........--- 24777
On hand and on shipboard notcleared.39,181


Lust
year.
4



53857

25938
27869


LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT.
SHIPS.
Jessie, Oliver, 679 tons, for Liverpool, loading-
J Day V- Co.
Wavet'ly, Smith, 539 tons, for Boston, loading--
D B Wood &- Go.
B.kRQUES.
Robert Watt, Johnson, 494 tons, for Liverpool,
lo.iding-Hill, Daws-on &. Co
Covenanter, Patterson 612 tons, fm Liverpool,
walling-J Day 't Co.
B dtic, Saunders, 395 tons, fin Boston, waiting-
Mlaster
Carlos, Tillinghast, 323 tons, fm Providence, wait-
ing-MaVater.
BRIGS.
G B Limir, [Tayes, 260 tons, fin Galveston, wait-
ing--.I aster
Clarion, Flabcock, rep;airing-Chas Rogers & Co.


every description.
SwIrr & HURLBUT, 156 Water street.
DRAPER, CLARK & Co. Commission Merchants
and Dealers in Bonnets, Palm Leaf, Legh(rn,
Panama, Fur, Silk, Brush and Wool Hats, Caps,
&e. No. 85 Pearl street, opposite Pearl Street
House.
Ribbons, Straw Goods, Artificial
Flowers, &c.
JOHN C. HENDERSON & Co. 176 Pearl street:
WILLIAM E. WHITING & Co. 122 Pearl street.

Wholesale Dealer in Palm Leaf
and Straw Goods.
GEORGE BRIDGE, 1U2 Pearl street.

Innparter of Lace Goods, 1itts,
Gloves, Hosiery, Cravats, &e
J. A. UNDERWOOD, 12,1 Pearl street.

Importers, Itlannfact-urers, and
Dealersin Hosiery, Suspenders,
Gloves, Cravats, Scar'ts, Caps,
Oil Silks, Stocks, Linens, Ac.
CHARLES B. HATCH, No. 97 William street.
E. STONE & GREACEN, 1077 William and .6
John streets.
DAvID A. HERRICK, 72 Maiden Lane and 7 Li-
berty street, eicar William.

Importer and Manufacturer of
Gentlemen's and Ladies'
Furnishing Goods.
GEORGE M. rRACY, 128 Pearl street.

Importers of Combs, Brushes,
Cutlery, Freach, English and
German Fancy Goods.
WHITE & TAS-KER, Nos. II1 and 113 Wvilliam
street, Washington Stores.
LYMAN COOKE, 87 Pearl, opposite the Pearl
Street House.

Importer and Mlanufacturer of
Fringes, Gimps, Cords, Ze-
phyrs, Worsteds, &c. &c.
D. A. BOOTH.


-BU- At a meeting of Apalachicola Fire Engine
Conmpiy No. 1, held at the Engine House on
Thuirsday evening, Feb. 11, 1647, (te following
Preamble and Resolutions were presented, and
on motion of Mr. Patridge, duly seconded, were
unanimously adopted:
Whereas, this Company has seen with regret
in the late report of the Engineers a paragraph al-
luding to this Company as in a state of insubor-
dination-
Be it the-refore resolved, Tliht this Company
disclaim all intention of acting c,)ntrarv to the
ordiminces of the City Council, and the orders of
the EP'l i "eefrs
Resolved, That we have' it all times held our-
selves subject to the orders of the E'ngineers, when
rhese orders did not themselves conflict with the
City ordinances
itesolvt-d, That the insinuation that this Corn-
ipany has ever been cdiled rwon to after or amend
its orgunization is without foundation.
Resolved, Tim"t we consider thee part of lfie
report of the Engineers, relatingto this Company,
-s a direct attempt to injure us in the estnicttion
of tlie City Council and citizens generally
Oi motion of, Mr Peck, duly seconded, it was
resolved thtt lihe proceedings of this meeting be
published.
WMI. ONE, Foreman.
.H. DEMaND, Secretary.


JOHN BEARD,
Register of Public Lands for the
State of Florida.
ee, Feb. 6, 18-47. feb13 5-3m


Tallahass


Lectuire on
PURE NO-InINE1O1TEClNY,
Or Art of improving the Mennory.
P MILES, Prok-ssor of'Pi'reio-Mnemotecliny,
G invites the Ladies and Gentlemen of Apa-
lachicola, to attend a Lecture! on this new and
extraordinary Art, on Tuesday evening, Feb. 16,
at 7 ,o'chock; the place of rneeting to be an-
nounced in a handbill advertisement-.
'. By the rules and practice of this system of cul-
tivalion, any person can, in a short time, have an
almost unlimited strength of memory. Recita-
tions, proofs, trials of memory, and interesting ex-
periments -iven at the introductory Lecture.-
The public are respectfully invited. Admittance
FREE. February 13.
E 1XC HANGEon New Orleans, for sale i^y
Jan 9 J. DAY & CO,
EXCtlAN'oE on Boston, Pruviderlee, New
York and Baltimore bought, and sight checks
on New York sold by -
WILLIAM G. PORTER & CO.
Dec 5 Agents Bank of Brunswick.
Sheriff's Sale.
Y virtue of a writ offieri facias, issued from
the Clerk's office of the Circuit Cou;t, for
the county of Franklin, Western Circuit of Flo-
rida, and to me directed, wherein David Web-
ster is plaintiff, and William S Nell and Henry
Allen are defendants, [ have-,levied upon and will
offer for sale before the Court House door, 'in the
city of Apalachicola, on the first Monday in
March next, 1847,- within the leg-al hours, the
following property, to wit: one negro boy named
Flemin.g and one negro man named Isum, levied
upon as the property of said defendants, and to be
sold to satisfy said writ offi.-ri facias.
JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff;
By his Deputy, BENJ. LUcAs.
-Apalachicola, Jan. 29,' 1847. 3-5t
Sheriff's Sale.
Y virtue of a writ of fieri facias issued from
the Clerk's office of the Circnit Court, for
the County of Franklin, Western Circuit of Flo-
rida, and to me directed, wherein Henry Allen
is plaintiff and William S. Nell is defendant, I
have levied upon and will otiier for sale before the
Court House door, in the city of Apal:ichicola, on
the first Monday in March next, 1847, within
legal hours, the following property, to wit: one
negro man named Fleming, a'id one negro man
named Ben, levied upon as the property of said
defendant, and to be sold to satisfy said writ of
fieri facias. JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff,
By his Deputy, BEvJ-. LucAs.
Apalachicola, Jan. 29, 18.47. 3-5t
Sheriffs Sale.
Betij. M. Griffin,"
vs., Fi fa. Franklin Circuit Court.
Ja4. Y. Smith.
NOTICE is hereby -iven 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
Marct) next, all the right, title and interest of the
derendam in and to a certain steam boat called
the "Albany," her tackle, apparel and furni-
ture, JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff;
_By BEv N LUCAS, Deputy.
Analachic'o1a,+Ja'.. 23, 1$4P. 2-5t


Dealers in uLien and Cotton
Threads, Bultons, Looking
Glasses, Combs, &c. and Im-
porters of English, French
and German Fancy
Goods.
LEvi CooK & Co. 138 Pearl street.
PIKE & LADD, 39 Nassau street, opposite the
Post Office.
Iflanufacturers and Jobbers of
Umbrellas and Parasols.-
HENRY KEEP & Co. 122 Pearl street.


CHLORIDE LIME, fobr sale by
Feb 13 H. F. ABELL, Druggist.


Prints! Prints!!
T HE subscriber has just received, per bark
Magdala, from New York, 200 pieces supe-
rior English Cambric Prints, lor sale at lower
prices than ever before offered, at wholesale or
retail, by
Jan 16 FRA NCTIS K'WPMA N.


C REAM TARTrAR, forsale hy .
Paept8ll- .H.'V,,."A RKLbt_.


-, .% II kl L3 X%"rM r% IN


Glass Cutter-s and 'Mannfactu-
rers of Solar Globes, and
Rich Cut Glass.
TURNER & LANE, 43 Duane street.

M1Ianufactnrers' of Mnsical In-
struments and Publishers
ofIMusic.
F. RILEY & Co. 297 Broadway.

TManufacturers of the Improved
Patent Double Action Hlarp.
J. F. BROWNE & Co 281 Broadway and 73J
Chambers st. -
Manufacturers of Piano Fortes.
R. GLENN & Co. 194 Fulton street. -

Stationery, Blank Books and
Paper,.
RicH & LOUTA'EL, 61 WiliJa, m street Impor-
ters of Forej-n Stationery of every descripti6n.-
Manufacturers and Dealers in -Blank Books, Pa-
per, Gold Pens" Cop'ving and Seal Presses,-Ma-
nifold Letter Writers',hnks, and 'all other articles
of Stationery. Goods freely shown-prices very
low. -
Free Trade Prices. .
HUNT BkOTHERS, 18 Exchange Place,. are.im-
porting a large assortment of English, French-and
German G,)ods,-which they .offer at a great re-
duction of prices in consequence of the reduction
of the Tariff. They also onter a large stock ot
Domestic Woollen Goo'dsat the lowest rate&
February 14, 1847. 5-3t


UST received per schooner Elizabeth from
New Orleans:
20 bbls Flour; 15 do. Whiskey;
2 bbis Monongahela do; 5 kegs Lard ;
5 Mess Pork; 5 do. Family Beef.
For sale by EDWARD McCULLY,
Jan 16 50 Water street.
PLOUGHS, No. 10 and 16, al Manufacturer's
prices, by B. ELLISON & CO.
Jan 23 24 Water street.
SUGAR Kettles, Mills and Cauldrons, a large
assortment, most approved patterns, for sale by
Jan 23 ROBERTS, ALLEN & CO.
Platform Scales.
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.
Flower Seeds.
N asssortment of Flo.- er Seeds, just received
a Ad for sale by
Jan 30 J C ALLEN.
-Lamp Oil.
W INTER strained, a splendid article, forsale
W by [jn3Q] J C- ALLEN"
Salt.l
-I f/^ S SACK' cargo of British bark
0 0J v ./J Covenanter,_ fur sale afloat, by
Jan 23 D -J DAY & CO..


** -T-


For Sale,
-"0 BBLS. Whiskey; 50 do. Molasses;
0 U 50; Flour; 25 bags, Rio Coffee, now
landing from schr Elizabeth, and ,for sale, ow
for cash, by
Jan 23 NURSE, STONE & CO.


N OTICE-SAMUEL, BENEZET is.my du-,
ly authorized Agent during my ab-eficefrom
the State ot Florida, <
Dec 346 R. CROCKETT KERR.


b.


MARINE INTELLIGENCE.









-"I --I


FRESH ARRIVAL OF
Drugs, 'Medicines, Paints, Oils,
Dye-Stuffs, Perfumery, &c.
THE undersigned returns his thanks
to his friends and the public for their
liberal patronage, and begs-to inform
that he is now receiving an addition'-
$I supply, which added to his form"
stock, renders his assortment unusually large
and complete. English, French, German and
American Drugs; Cosmetics; Perfumery; Glass
and Druggists Glass ware, &c., &c., are offered
to Physicians, Country Merchants and others on
the most liberal terms-all of which he warrant#
pure and unadulterated.
H. F. ABELL,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
45 Water street.
Apalachicola, Nov. 21, 1846.


_ _~__~__


Anfal 'N~otcro.

In Chancery---In the Circuit
Court for Jackson County.
WESTERN CIRCUIT,
AT FALL TERM, 1846.
The Farmer's Bank of "
Virginia,
vs. THE STATE r c FLO-
T hom as M W hite, ad- T RI A, 8. S.
ministrator of the es- Rmx, s. s.
tate of Thomas Wil-
liams, deceased.
N pursuance of a decietal order of said Court,
made in the above entitled cause, and dated
the twenty-first day of Novelnber, A. D. 1846,
whereby, among other things it was ordered,
adjudged and decreed, that the undersigned be
appointed Special Master in Chancery for this
cause, and charged with the duty of taking an
account of such of the intestate's debts as shall
have been presented to said Admlnistra or with-
in the period of two years from the date of the
grant of administration, and to ascertain what is
due to the plaintiff'and all other unsatisfied cred.
itors of the intestate who shall have presented
their demands within the time mentioned, and
that the undersigned cause an advertisement to
be inserted in a newspaper, published in the city
of Apalachicola, in this State, for the space of
four weeks, calling upon the creditors of thesaid
intestate to come in and prove their demands be-
fore the undersigned, on or before the first day
ot March, A. D. 1847.
Now, the undersigned hereby gives notice to
all such persons as have presented their claims,
debts and demands, against the said intestate to
his administrator within two years from the grant
of administration, to come in and prove the same
before him at Marianna, Jackson county, Flori.
da, on or before the first day of March, A. D. 1847.
FRED'K R. PITTMAN,
Special Master in Chancery.
Marianna, Jan. 21, 1847. jan30 3-1m
Calhoun Circuit Court.
John F. 0. Thomas, )
vs. Bill for Divorce.
Marinda Thomas. 5
THE complainant has leave to file supplemen-
tal bill which was done. It appearing to
the satisfaction of the Court, that the defendant
resides out of the Western Circuit of Florida: It
is ordered that said defendant be required to ap-
pear and answer the bill of complaint, on the
first Monday in March, 1847, and in the fault
thereof, the said bill shall be taken pro confesso,
and that this order be published in some news-
paper in this State for two months before the
day ordered for the said hearing.
GEO. W. MACRi'A,
Judge of Southern Circuit,
Presiding in the Western Circuit.
(A true copy-Tesie.)
H. W. ROWLEY, Clerk C. C. C. C.
Calhoun County, Dec. 21. dec26 49-2m
Callloun Circuit Court.
IN OPEN COURT-DEcEMBER TERM, 1S46.
li Chancery.
Elizabeth McBryde,
vs, Bill for Divorce.
William McBryde.
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court
that the defendant William McBryde, resides
out ofthe State of Florida: It is ordered, that the
said defendant be required to appear and answer
the bill in this case, on the first Monday in April,
1847, and in d..fault thereof, the samne shall be
taken pro confesso, and it is further ordered that
this notice be published in some newspaper in
this State for the space of three months.
GEO. W. MACREA,
Judge of S. ulhern Circuit,
Presiding in the Western Circuit.
(A True Copy-Teste.)
H W ROWLEY, Clerk C. C. C. C.
Calhoun County. Dec. 21, 1846 dec-26 49.3rn
In Chancery---Franklin Circuit
Court.
Mary Farington, by her next)
friend Hezekiah R. Wood, 1 .......
14. Bill for Divorce.
William E. Farrington. I
IN this cause it appearing to the Court, by affi-
davit of 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 three months in some news.
paper published within this Circuit, directing the
said defendant to appear at the Spring Term of
the Circuit Court, to be holden in the county of
Franklin, and answer the said Bill or the same
may be taken as confessed against him.
GEO. W. MACREA, Judge.
A (nnv. V


Drugs and lJediclnes.
ii^ THE subscriber has, and will
constantly have, on hand, a complete
assortment of DRUGS and MEMD.
CINES, which he will warrant pore
and of the best quality. Country
Merchants and Planters will find it
to their advantage to call, examine and price his
Goods, before purchasing elsewhere.
N. B. Physician's prescriptions puit ujwi(lc
care and accuracy at any hour of the day or-Ighf/
J. C. ALLEN,
March 21 Cor. Centre and Commere sts;


WIPNER'S


FRANCIS KOPMAN has for sale:
English and American Prints;
Bombazine and Silk Alpaca;
Drad Ete and colored Cambrics;
Bleached and Brown Domestics;
Negro Kerseys and Blankets;
Bed Ticks and Linsey Woolseys;
Apron Checks and Flannels;
Linen and Cambric Handkerchiefs;
Hosiery of every description ;
Straw Bonnets and Woolen Hoods;
Kid Slippers and Walking Shoes;
Colored and Black Gaiter Boots;
Calf and Kip Brogans;
Calf, Seal Skin, Kip and Water Proof Boots;
Fine Silk and Fur Hats;
A fine assortment of Ready Made Clothing,
And a large variety of Fancy Goods.
Apalachicola, Dec. 5, 1846.


Tob -c*c P.
0 ,)7 HALF hbxei 1 -ni1.:-iur.A. IV L R ,.:"
.--,,27 Brand.
_44 'half boxes Manudfacfted -'W Price" Brand.
39 '.. ; '" r do. '<
g w 28^. ;28 ; : "W Birlohw' "
-49 *2 Ib.b,)xe+i "+ "u"JWMorgan .
.. :2"l L'imps. -+ :=
"S : boxes Mannjf.actnred i J--W Morgan" Brand
Premium. '
-5 boxes ,, Napo-
leon's" Brand "M in,.lia."-
+ ': 5 boxes Manui Ict ilred Napo-
leon's" Brand St ra b -r- t"
50 20 lb bnxes Mlail','r'|irvl< Napo-
.leon's "-Brand N1 iri.,Ih .
/ 9 boxes Mainufaciitro.'.l '" M(rford Honey Dew
1 1") Cratej Crockery; 111001 Floida S+rs
." '-30 doz Nevro Capl!; iLdoz Hoes, as-irrtpid."
"Ingrain Crifeting, Cotton Cards, Trace Chains.
-; For sale low to clo.t? ch.n i, nmen! s, by
- LJOGKt.VRT & YOUNG,
.+ ": ',+ No.. 14U.';- ~^ *"' ':--' :53 W ater street.
Blank Booklis niml 4 1;&li ... T EDGElt., .hourn Is, Divy B., ,s, & -.
50 ream3 FoI,,ls.-' an I L.enei VilTlu1;
\^ ~Cotton XlMicnirandlwjn 13 i.ik-;
;Ship and River BillI L..hlin
:! Bdooks lor Leller P're.,".
\_- Blank Bills l of ,' ii., '." aid Checks,
Just received'and 1',r si le- b)
\ .-+ "March I II 1.. \ E ...
-'DAINrS AND Ol1.--', k.,s I.,,lWhite
&'Lead;. "2 )) valli Wi oer f. ,np Ol; 111 1 .alls
L 01d; 5'9 hx, ai-'.ile.I ';l is. ; s '11 Ihs Put-
;, tj; Vj)'aytcd P.100 Rrii.hi-'; 131 i'k Lad,
1 ^,^Spanish Brown, Yell.v 0;':iro, Gre,_.i P.ifntjust
received and for sale by
+ ', Marchi 1 H!. V.. A, EI.L.

S-On-Cosiwnin eno
O/f 3 BOXES Frov ',,,.,r -
8O0 2,)-Londn C-lui-) (';i>:m.),iire ;
2.5 boxes Florida L,::l. T,,b teco;
,. For sale by 3 t B. S. HAWLEY,
bDee 5 "2' W.iter -lreet.
Clover Seedl.
L.-A FEW pounds of large Rod Northern Clover
2"1. Seed, fur s dIe by
April 4, H. F. ANFIL.
V Bagging anid Rope.
)d'7 PCS Bagting-"; 3, c :,l4 R1.,pe, t6,r sale by
4 ,l -LOCK I I\R & YOUNG,
: + ^" NOT'.534." !--: 3 Water street.
Bagging atad Rope..
S ,"'PCS Kentuc!.v ia.....,',;
SlWu 100 coils Rope;
4 bales.Basgini Twine-, for sale by
S-? W G PORTaR & CO."
o "" De41.5 Wa.,ter street.
Refiled Nitre and Alun.
^ m' 'KEGS each, juOit received and for Qale bv
..nopv2S 14. F. A BELL "
-, HIDS St. Croix S,,.,ir;.
1l'0-20 do New Orlcins Sliu..r, to arrive;
100 sacks Rio Con -e; .5,1 d Jiva ;
46 bxs..Aromnatic ',l hir(n:
50 Mil't'd d,). lnr.w's ain- Labby's;
20 Sperm Cainles; 51) hb-s brownSoap;
100 bags Shot; : 51 ke-4 P,,wd.-r;
2000 Ibs'Lead ; 4 caiks1111-.eed Oil;
-200 kegs White L., id. N.,. 1. Extran, uI Pure.
For sale by. WI G. POR rER ,_ CO.
Ieo.'-; :e7 41 Water street.
Fresh- Herbs.
'SAGE; Thyme, Si.nnmr Savory, Sweet Mar-
-jwam, t nep, B.rtsit, 'tIiorehound, Worm.
wood, &c., ju't reie'i ed andibr sale[ by "
Nov28 2 rC. ALLEN.
Fine Fur and Silk HI-la .
21J C' CA SE3 siiperior Fu'ur a'l Silk Ilats, which
"l,w are Offeired very lw, by
Jan 2 VF. KP1)' 1IN.
-": EASE'S Clarifiedl I"'+enre (-I' H..>,arh.ind
.-,;! Caidv-a fresh supply jl!t r nale: by L .. H. F. ABELL,
1 . r Druggist.
-k Boots and Shoes.
TVeS .and-Men's Russet Bro.ns; ,
t Men'ssw.d and peg'd Kip Bro.aus;
"* s fi n e C a lf B rog a n s s
a.peg'd and sew'd Shoes Children'sdo. do..
Super, Ladies' Kid and Mnor.,ec, Shoes;
Super Ladies' coarse andfine Calf Boaot,.
A large and extensive asisortmeni, iust received'
and for sale by WM, G- PORTER & CO. *;
"- ;Dee 5,- .' 41 Waterstreet.
,Iron, Nails, &e.
'O.TONS, Sweide- Iron, assorted sizes;
,20. 100 kegs Nails, do.
4 casks Weeding Hoes, a-3orted qualities;
20 Blacksmith SteeL Faced Anvils;
2 "0 ,' E~nglish and A~merican Vises ;
20 ", -Bellow ; '
12, dozen Spades and Shovels;
10 Collins' Axes;
10 bxs Cotlon and Wo.olen Cards;
l CMse Rowland's Cast "Steel Mill Saws ;
1000 lbs Cut and German Steel, for sale by
"; W M ..,G. P'ORTJR & -CO;
Dee'4. 4[( Water street.


Franklin Circuit Court.
Roberts, Alien & Co. )
vs. IPetition to Foreclose
Ebenezer Hoyt, and Mortgage.
Wm. C. Lawrence. J
THE defendants are hereby notified of the in-
stitution of the above suit, by petition to fore-
close their certain mortgage deed, bearing date
the 15th day of October, 1845, of a certain sloop
called the Oregon," to secure the payment of
the sum of $500. And that at the next spring
term of said court, I will move for a judgment of
foreclosure.
A. G SEMMESr, Att'y forPetitioner.
Apalachicola, Jan 2, 1847 50-2m.
In Jackson Circuit Court.
SPRING TERM, 1S47.
Etheldred Philips,)
vs. Attachment for $120 00.
Richard Tripp. )
THE defendant and all others interested, will
take 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, Pitt's Att'y.
Marianna, Jan. 14, 1847. jan23 2-3m


I


Annuals for IS47.
T HE Mother's Present," ,' Moss Rose," May
Flower,"" Christian Keepsake," ,, Hyacinth,'
"Friendship's Offering." Christmas Blossoms,"
" Wordsworth's Poems," Poetry of the Pas-
sions," Gems ,rom American Poems," the
" Boquet of Flowers," ', Montgomery and Byron's
Poems," Poetry of the Heart," Elliott's Po-
ems," Christian Miniature," the Floral Gift."
the "Marriage Ring," the "Casket of Jewels,"
" Lovest Thou Me," and the Flower Vase."
comprise a part of the above now offered, for safe
by J. C. ALLEN.
Also, a large assortment of School and Toy
Books, suitable for all the different ages of chil-
dren. Dec 26
PRINTS ONLY.
SPRING STYLES, 1847.
LEE & BREWSTEI,
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,
500 CASES
Comprising all the
New Spring Styles,
Of British,, .renchand nmerican 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 examina-
tion, even if they do not purchase.
L. & B. have peculiar advantages for executing
orders for Prints, which are respectfully .solicited
LEE & BREWSTER,
January 9, 1847. 44 Cedar Street.
B. Ellison & Co., 24 Water street.
SHIP CHANDLERY.
MANILLA and Hemp Cordage of all sizes,
Hambroline, Wormline, Marline, Spun-
yarn, Oakum, Sperm Oil, Fall do, Whale do, Olive
do, Linseed do. Baw do, Boiled do, Spirits Tur-
pentine, Paints, Window Glass, Putty, White
Lead, Red do, Yellow Ochre, Chrome Green,
Emerald do, Imperial do, Chrome Yellow, Ver-
digris, Lithirage, 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, Tormentor.,
Dividers, Compasses, Sail Needles, Sail Twine,
Seine do, Sewing do, Palms, Rigging Leather,
Pump do ,Shovels, Hammers, Hatchets. Chisels,
Augurs, 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.
Apalachicola, Jan. 23, 1847.
Groceries and Ship Stores.
IO COFFEE, Java do, St. Domingo do,
Northern Flour, Western do; N 0 Sugar,
St. Croix do, Porto Rico do, Young Hyson Tea,
Hyson do, Powchong do, Souchong do, Goshen
B utter, Cheese, Lard, Bacon Hams, Sides, Shoul-
ders, Molasses, Whiskey, Mess and Prime Beef,
Mess and Prime Pork, Mackerel. Shad, Salmon,
Herring, Sounds and Tongues, Cod Fish Tongues,
Pepper, Spices, Catsups, Pepper Sauce, Olives,
Capers, Pickles, Soap, Starch, Tobacco, Navy
Bread, Pilot do, Crackers, Vinegar, Dried Fruits,
Beans, Salt, Raisens. Macaroni, Vermacelli, Ar-
row Root, Corn, Oats, Buckwheat, Mustard, Rice.
For sale by B. ELL1SON & CO
--Jan 23 24 Watei" street.
OOTS, Shoes and Brogans, by the case;
Women's Shoes and Buskins; ,
Men's, Boys and Youth's Brogans;
fine sew'd Brogans;
Men's pegged Boots;
fine sewed Boots;
Russet Brogans. For sale by
B. ELLISON & CO.,
Jan 23 24 Water street.
Fine Boots and Brogans.
*I 0 CASES Gent's fine Calf Boots;
1L2w 300 prs Brogans.
For sale at low prices, by
Jan 9 F. KOPMAN.
Ladies' fine Kid and Walking
Shoes.
J^ 150 prs. "Walking Shoes;
100 colored and black Slippers.
For sale very 10w, by
Jan 9+ / = F. ,KOPMAN,
SUGAR PANS at-Manufacturer' s prices, by
IO B. ELLISON & CO..
Jan 23 24 water street.
SOil Cloths and. carpets
10 PCS Oil Cloth, 1+ and 3 yards wide;
J.O(. 3 pes super Ingrain Carpeting;
S. 3 '" Cotton + -
r2 "' /Stair ,
For sale. hY WM, G. PORTER & GO.
Dec 5 =/ 41 Water-street. =


_


_OFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND PHOENIX
BITTERS, just received and for sale by
.Xv 21 J. C. ALUEM-


Iy -4-


State Tax Cillector's Sale.
N OT IC E is h .er,-bv L,, ;, t.h-,t =j'U ,,.,,,:',_ :,,'-
I I ter date, I L.i i4l r,*.-., l t, s .a t" plt blic o t-
cry, opposif.: I (h ? ., i Ill ,:n<., ,1 ,.r'i the. city-6"f
Apalachicola, the f,l[i.wi q property, to wit :-
-WtA Nos. 9 and 12, block El, in the city -of
fthi'01a, property belonging to Calhoun &
W 'ibis: ,--" -. -
Lot No, I-, block J, in the'city of Apalachicola,
property belonging to H. A. Norris. -
Lots. No3. .6 and 7, block ,C2, in the city oi
Apalachicola, property belonging to Jacob Har-
T e y "* *. +- -* '
To be sold for taxes of 1815, and the charges
that hae- .accrued thereon. -
JOHN LUQCAS,- Sheriff,
and ex-Officio State Tax Collector.
Apaa.chicola, Sept. "2-2, 1S46. 37-6m


I~~mitrfst~ato~s' r~otfces,


Stale Tax CollectorN. Sale.
B Y ,,1 >* t i ] ,..A -i" >,[.-- ,-. IM I11'-" t-)\ 13w I
sBall expose lor sale before the Cour't House
door in the county of Calhoun, on the first Mon-
day in July next, the following property situated
in the city of St. Joseph, or so much thereof, as
will pay the State and County Tax on the same
,forithe year 1846:
14 Lots unimproved valued at $50, purporting
to belong to R C Allen's estate.
..Lot unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to Robert Armstrong.
1 Lot unimproved, valued at 950, purporting
to belong to F G Arott.
3 Lots improved, valued at $50, purporting to
-' belong to R Beveridge's estate.
4 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to A B Blackwell's estate.
1 Lot improved, valued at $200, purporting to
belong to George Clark.
2 Lots improved, valued at $100, purporting to
belong to Wm Cromwell.
I1j Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to J N Copeland.
3.Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to R K Call.
31 Lots unimproved, valued at $9200, purporting
to belong to Wm P Craig.
3 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to W Colquit.
-2 Lots unimproved, valued ut $50, purporting
to belong to Colquit & Grant.
2 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to Wm B Duvall.
3 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to D W Dubois.
2 Lots unimproved, valued at $50,.purporting
to belong to John E Davis.
2 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to John Derrick.
20 Lots unimproved, valued at $100, purporting
to belong to John G Gamble.
S Lots unimproved, valued at $100, purportfng
to belong to F G Gibson's estate.
2 Lots unimproved, valued ai $50, purporting
to belong to E G Greenwood.
1 Lot improved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to James Goslin
6 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to Robert Gamble.
2 Lots improved, valued at $100, purporting to
belong to Edward Hardin's estate.
2 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purpoting
to belong to S K Hodges.
1 Lot unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to William Holland.
7 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to A K Hill.
1 Lot unimproved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to B S Hawley.
I Lot unimproved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to H B Inman.
2 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to G C S Johnson.
7 Lots improved, valued at $300, purporting to
belong to John Jenkins' estate.
3 Lots unimproved, valued at $100, purporting
to belong to Seaborn Jones.
1 Lot unimproved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to Jones & Bass.
1 Lot improved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to J Kinney's estate.
I Lot improved, valued at $200, purporting to
belong to J P Lockey.
1 Lot improved, valued at $50, purporting lo
belong to Doctor Lang.
1 Lot improved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to Abraham Low.
5 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purportiug
to belong to P Lathrop.
1 Lot i-mproved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to C McEhran.
9 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to Wm P Malone.
1 Lot unimproved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to Thomas More.
1 Lot improved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to Daniel Munn.
1 Lor unimproved, -valued at $50, purportingto
belong to J Ninnenger.
1 Lot improved, valued at $100, purporting to
belong to Wm Patrick.
2 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to George Poe, jr.
2 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to Judge Pope.
1 Lot improved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to Wm D Price.
2 Lots improved, valued at $100, purporting to
belong to Isaac Robinson.
2 Lots improved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to F A Ross.
3 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to A Ryan.
3 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to Wm Rowlett.
3 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to Reegan, Colquit & Grant.
1 Lot unimproved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to Roberson & Everett.
2 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to Phineas Randall.
1 Lot improved, valued at $.50, purporting to
belong to George St Clair.
1 Lot improved, valued at $.50, purporting to
belong to R M Stewart's estate.
Lots unimproved, valued at $.100, purporting to
belong to Hamilton Smith.
1 Lot unimproved, valued at $.50, purporting
to belong to George Stewart.
1 Lot unimproved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to J Sweete.
1 Lot unimproved, valued at $*210, purporting
to belong to Walter Thompson.
8 Lots improved, valued at $-200, purporting to
belong to E J Wood's estate.
2 Lotts imp roved, valued at $200, purporting to
belong to Hez R Wood.
4 Lots improved, valued at $200, purporting to
belong to Carnot Woodruff.
1 Lot unimproved, valued at $.50, purporting to
belong to Charles Wilson.
2 Lots unimproved, valued at $.50, purporting
to belong to J D Westcott.


8 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to P D Woodruff.
1 Lot unimproved, valued at $59, purporting to
belong to William Wyat.
3 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to R W Williams.
Lots improved, valued at $1,500, purporting to
belong to John D Gray.
ISAAC JACKSON, Sheriff
and ex-officio Tax Collector.
,December 26, 1846- 49-6m
Tax Collector's Sale.
BY virtue of the power vested in me by law, I
..hall on the first Monday in July next, expose
-for sale before the Court House door, in the coun-
ty of Calhoun, the following described property,
or so much thereof as will pay the State and
County Taxes due 'thereon for the -year 1846:-
7000 acres third rate land, purporting to belong
to John D. Gray-numbers not known.
ISAAC JACKSON, Sheriff;
and ex-officio Tax- Collector, C. C.
* January 2,-1847. 1-6m'
Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla.
T HIS invaluable and justly celebrated corn
dL pound has just been received and for sale by
Dec 26 J. C. ALLEN9 Druggist.
Limie.
---il CASKS best Thomaston, for sale by
500 D. B. WOOD & CO.
Dec 12 Columbus Row.
Lamp Oil.
W INTER STRAINED, -a very' superior ar-
tile, just received and for sale by-
Nov,28 H. F ABELL, Druggist.


Dry -Goods.
THE subscribers offer for sale a large and sea-
sonable stock of Dry Goods, consisting in
part of
Negro Kerseys and Linseys,|
White and Red Flannels,
Plain and Fancy Jeans,
Double twilled Tweeds,
Super fancy Casameres,
Super English and French Cloths,
Whitney Blankets, 10, 11 and 12 qrs.
Duffil Blankets, 8, 9 and 10 qrs.
Denims, Kremlins and Cottonades,
Brown Shirting and Sheeting,
Cotton Osnaburgs,
Cotton Drilling and Ticking,
Linen and Cotton Checks,
Irish Linen, Shirting and Sheeting,
Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting,
English, French and American Prints,
Extra super, plain and twilled Ginghams,
Super Cashmere d'Ecosse,
Extra super Muslin de Laine,
English, Scotch and American do.
Super Italian black and figured Silks,
Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs,
Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs,
English and American Cotton Hkfs,
Madras and Verona head Hkfs,
Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose,
Super Marseilles and Worsted Vestings,
Cotton and Flax Thread,
.Plain and fig'd Swiss and checked Muslins,
Jaconet and Cambric Muslins,
Needles, Pins, Tape, &c. &c.
Which have been selected with great care in
New York and Boston, from Importers and Agents
of Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates, and
are now offered at wholesale or -etail on favorable
terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Dec. 5, 1846. 41 Water street.


NOTICE.-Six months after date, I will apply
to the Hon. Probate Court of Franklin
County, for a final discharge from the adminis-
tration of the estate of John C. Perkins, late of
said county, deceased.
JAS. M. SHACKELFORD, Adm'r.
Apalachicola, Nov. 21, 1846. 44-6m


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 negroes, viz:
Tom, Mary, Melissa, Cloah, Miles and Sally,
belonging to the estate f 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
N OTICE.-All persons having claims against
Mary Thomas, late of Calhoun county, de-
ceased, are 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


State .and Coaanity Tax Collectors
Stale.
B Ye virtue of the _p,,.,er' veted in me by law,
six months after dil I>,, shall expose for sale
before the Com't H *,:e,1, uIr t-h4city of Apalach-
icola',Franklin C.onty, I be- following: described
property, belonina t-. theO Apalachicola Land-
tompany, or so miiuh thereof as'wiyll pay the,
State and Couqnty. "'lx'-?] due th,.ore,)n for the year
1846C:- -
Wharf Lots N.-1 7, S 9 --O"feet each.
Lots,6 and 7 int Bl.ock 17 '
Lots 2, 3, 4; 5, 6,. 7T, 9, ii'BlocklS1.
Lots 4,7, 11, 1 l ';, 17, 18, in Block E-2.
LoN 60, 7, 13. 1-, in, Bh:k l'2-..
Lot 3 il Block Di.
Lols' 7, -,_ in f l.,k 1.
Lois *2, -3, 4, 6', 7, *-. in Block 4.
Lots 4, 5),jt-, 7,d in I ,;..chI, .i
L ots'l to 11., in .,:M "' I .,' "
Lots I, 2, '1, 7, >, 9. 10, i-l Bl,,ck "21.
Lots A, 5, 15, 7, -,,9, I-. Bhmrk "i.K
Lois 3. 1, 5, (.. 7,, 1 BI )+I 4 >.
Lont 3, 4. :5, *6, ~ i, *, l'ck 416.
Lots 1 to'i,. iti R\,ick 5t4. "
Lots 1, "2.3, ,i, 7. :i. r iu-Bl)ck 3"2.
L ots "'to.) l if 1,l.,.., "1.-I.
Lots l6i, 7, S,';.'l, i, 11 'ck lS .- "'
SLotis-2 to 1 "9, 9' ; "I JI. .
. Lot IJ tp320,,)in'- l-r! 1.1. -
: L o it a s 9 :5 '7 "; 8 i n i K ,* J JQIN ,LUC.-k, Sh eriff',
.andt ex-O lficin i x t.'..ll.r.'i.. l-I" iiikli I',.
Apalachicoli, Nov. *2[. 11 ;. I I-.'rnI


*


NOTICE-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 alll persons indebted to said estate,
are requested to make immediate payment.
JOSHUA MERCER, Adm'r.
Jackson County, Jan. 3, 1846. janl6 1-2m


GREEN & 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; 5 do Muscovado do;
20 casks Bacon Sides and Shoulders;
5 Hams;
20 barrels Clarified Sugar;
10 boxes Loaf do;
50 "1 Sperm Candles;
20 barrels N E Rum;
10 White's Baltimore Gin;
10 Domestic Brandy;
10 N O Molasses;
50 boxes English Dairy Cheese;
50 pieces Kentucky Bagging ;
30 coils Rope;
10 bales Alicant Mats;
80 bxs and hlf.bxs (new crop) Mal. Raisins;
10 Lemons;
75 Manufactured Tobacco;
25 casesassorted Pickles;
30 barrels Mackerel, Nos 2 and 3;
20 haltbbls do do;
20 boxes assorted Syrups;
20 chests and boxes Gunpowder and Hy-
son Teas;
10 chests and boxes Powchong Teas;
2 half pipes Old Cognac Brandy;
10 baskets Heidsieck" Champagne;
50 kegs Nails, assorted sizes,
25 bbls Pilot and Navy Bread ;
3 tierces new Rice;
20 kegs and quarters new Bnckwheat;
200 bushels Norther Oats.
Apalachicola, Dec. 5, 1846.


FOR the cure of Dispepsia or Indigestion, Bil.
ious and nervous Headacbe, Conktipalion,
Diarrahcea, Gout, Rheumatism, Gravel, Flatu-
lency, &c. For sale wholesale and retail, bv
Dec 12 J. C. ALLEN, Druggist.
Tiarrant's Colnpound Extract of
Cnbebs amid Copavia.
Stands unrivalled foritis
efficacy ; it per!'o'ms a cure
in a few dav.i-no confine-
f~f S^W. ^S ert or restriction in die(,
is necessary. It Will be
found invaluable, being pre-
pared with the greatest
Spossible care, upon well
tested principles, founded
upon that important law,
first established by the cel-
ebrated Dr. Foidyce, viz.,
that a combination ofsim-
ilar remedies would prduce a more certain,
speedy,_and considerable effect, than any equiva-
lent dose of any single one.' In many cases the
disease is entirely prevented by its tinmey appli-
cation. Fusale by
Dec 12 J. C. ALLEN, Druggist.


CANADIAN VERMIFUGE.
The remedy to which we would call the alten-
tion of the public. is one which has proved suce
cesslul for a long time; and it is universally ar-
knowledged by all who have trid it, to be FAR
SUPERIOR to any other medicine ever emnployed
in diseasesfor which it is recommended. It not
only desr-oys WORMS AND INVIGORATES
THE WHOLE' SYSTEM, but it dissolves ad
carries offthe superabundant slime or mucus SO
PREVALENT IN THE STOMACH AND
BOWELS OF CHILDREN, more especially
those in bad health. The mucus forns the bed
or ne,1l in which Worms produce thei-etfyoung,
and by removing it, it is impossible for ,'rrrs tor-j
remain in the body. It is harmless in its effects
on the system, and the health of the patient is
always improved by its use, even when no worms
are discovered.
The Canadian Vermifuge is orly 25 cents a
bottle and is much more easily administered, than
other.
Prepared only by JOHN WINER & Co., 83
Maiden Lane, New York. -
-H. F. ABELL,'Agent ,
Jan 9 for Apalachicola'.


A CARD.
N SEYMOUR takes this method of inform-
ing the citizens of Apalachicola and lis
vicinity that he has removed down on the corner
of Water and Centre streets, and feeling thank-
ful for the patronage heretofore extended to him,
he solicits a renewal of the same, by offering to
yon a very neat and select Stock of GOODS, con-
sisting in part as follows:
Cloths and Cassimeres, various styles.
Fancy Prints, do. do.
Alapaca Lustre; do. Figured.
Silks, Grode Ryne.
do. Montella
do. Satin Striped.
Fancy Cashmere Robes.
do. Marino do.
do. Delaine do.
Muslins, India Book.
do. Swiss, Luce and Colored.
Edgings, Lisle, Cap and Thread.
Shawls, Damask Silk.
do. Marino.
do. Plaid Wool.
Kid, Lace and Silk Gloves.
Tuskan Gipsey Bonnets, latest fashion.
Ribbons in all varieties.
Brown Shirting, 7-8, 4-4 and 3-4.
Bleached do. 7-8, 3-4, 4-4, 10-4, 11-4.
Blankets, 6-4 and 8-4.
Ingrain and Cotton Carpeting.
Carpet Bags.
Hats and Caps, all styles.
Boots and Shoes.
Clothing of all kinds.
Also, a neat little assortment of Jewelry and
many other articles too numerous to mention..
Call and examine for yourselves.
N. SEYMOUR.
Apalachicola, Nov. 14, 1846.


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.A ',Opy.
W. VALLkAU, Clerk.
December 31, 1846.


janl6 l-3m


The Great Canadian Remnedy.
WINERY'S PECTOR1 AL SYRUP
OF HOREHOUND ELECAMPANE.
Unrivalled for the cure of Coughs, Colds, Asihma,
Spitting of Blood, Whooping Coughi, ]-iffi Tul-
ty of Breathing, Pleurisy, Consumplion,
and all Diseases of the Lungs.
Bronchitis, a disease that is sweeping Athou-
sands to a premature grave under'the name .of
Consumption, can be cured by using this medi-
cine.- .
For several years past, this medicine has been
in use in Canada, where it has become universal-
ly known, and is considered the best medicine
in use for all pulmonary diseases. The great
success which has attended its use in that coun-
try, and the many truly wonderful curEs which
have been effected by it, has induced the proprie-
tors to introduce it into the United Sliatescon-
fident of its being the most safe and valua' re-:
medv ever discovered, and adapted to all di,-sea
of tlhe !ungs, when any of the' functions . not
perform their natural or hasty action, jZeyting a.
most grateful and soothing iinfluence1 over_ the
funtcfi6ns-fT he wfoi6-ie's-yitem, di-minishiint ex,
citement when excessive, allaying irritation, '^,?'
soreness and pain, and speedily imparting renew-,.' '-''
ed vigor and elasticity to the whole frame. ,
Prepared and sold, wholesale .and retail, by.
JOHN WINER & Co., 83 Maiden La, ae',-.New.
York, soie proprietor for the Uiifbd States. <"
H. F. ABELL, AgentJ
Jan 9 for Apalach Itcia.
Balsam of Liverwort. -
A REMEDY most perfect is said"n 'K-to be,
discovered in settled Consumption, Li'ver
Complaint, or any -of their incipient symptoms,,
on~the Chrono-Thermal system, by the -usisof
Doctor TAYLOR'S celebrated medicine, "the
Genuine BALSAM OF LIVERWORT, which he pre-
pares at 375 BOWERY-. This plan of treattment,
now espoused by several eminent physicians, i8,
and has been for a long time, the serer t-of thq
unparalleled success which has attended Doctor
Taylor's medicine in performing its wonderful
cures, which in many, very many casess, have
been almost incredible, but the conclusive proofs
the Doctor can. bring forward are irresistible, .and
we advise all who may have coughs 6r simple
colds even, to -use this perfect specific without
'delay. -.Franklin says a small. leak wi.lis1iik a
big ship." Therefore, cure your.coughs before.
,your lungs are past cure. For s -ale 4y-
J., C. ALLEN,- Sole Agentlfor,
-- Apaiach~icola..
CAUTION-The 'genuine Doctor oT-; sv'&
BA.SAM OF LIvE woR;T, has on the bottle a
splendid steel plate engraving, to-.lrevenit'oun-
terfeits signed by Gurdon J. Leeds, any other is
vile and dangerous imitatiorm, and the public are
cautioned not oW purclthase'-obr deal.-in it, as.-it iw
protected by the U. S. Copy Right LaMsv ./,'"
M arch 2t,J--46..12-1 .- : "*. *


MOFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND PHOENIX
BITTERS, just received and for sale by
Nov 28 H. F. ABELL, Druggist.
FOLGER'S Olosaonian, or All Healing Balsam,
for Consumption, Asthma, Coughs, Liver
Complaint, and all diseases ot the throat and
lungs, for sale by
April 11 H. F. ABELL.
Flavoring Waters.
N assortment just received, and for sale by
Nov 29 J. C.,ALLE.N, Druggist.
White Lead.
5000f LBS, a superior article, just re-
5000yceived and for, sale, by
Nov 21 H. F. ABELL, Druggist.


Tarrant's Effervescent Seltzer
Aperient.
HEALTH RENEWED, and an invigorated
and healthful condition of body produced
by the use of TARRANT'S EFFERVESCENT
SELTZER APERIENT.
This preparation is universally allowed to be
the most popular remedy of the present day, for
the prevention and cure of Indigestion, Bilious
and Liver Complaints, Nervous Weakness, Head-
ache, Heartiiurn, habitual Costivenesw, &c.
Travellers and residents in warm climates will
find it a desirable article; it prevents any accu-
mulation of bile, is portable, and the method of
preparation is unusually convenient. Children
have frequent occasion for gentle and cooling
purgatives; 'hey will take this aperient in pre-
ference to any other. Sold wholesale and retail by
Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist, &c.


Blank Books, Fine Writing
Paper, &c.
A GENERAL assortment of Stationery, con-
.1 sisting of Foolscap ard Letter Paper of the
-finest quality ; Blue and- White wove (ruled) ex-
tra fine Quarto and Packet Post; also a beautiful
assortment of French Letter- Paper, pens &c.'
Just received per brig Alabama and for sale by
Oct. 17 J. C. ALLEN.
SHEETINGS, Sh.iptin g and P S. bale and case, low.for cash,.bv "
B. ELLIS'ON,& Co.
To." no \A- uirn,^.- -*._ _._


DOcngs, MTedicines, &e.
A LARGE and fresh" supply of Drugs,.Medi-
cines, &c. 'consisting in part of the follow-
ing articles :-50 doz Castor Oil,"qts, pts, and hf
pts- 5 bxs Houck's Panacea; 10 bxs Olive Oil ;
40 kegs Epsom Salts; 10 bbis Copperas; 10 lbs
Gum Opium; .20 lbs Sulphate Quinine; 20 doz
London Mustard ; Herbs, of Nutmegs; 15 bxs Starch ; 20 bxq Lemon Syrup ;
10 kegs Pearlash; 2 gross "Seidletz- and Soda
Powders; 20 lbs English Calomel; W0 doz Spts
Turpentine, and a general assortment'of all arti-
cles in the Drug line, for Country Merchafits,
Planters aid PhysicihnsI For sale by
March, H, F. ABELL.


-uanl 2, m4,- vvaatepr street.
S altC.
ji" -SACKS-Lfverpo l, carg0 ofBri-
..JlJ vv tish'ship Jessie,' for sale by
Jan 23 TDAY&CO.


,Cider.
Of BBLS. Sweet Cider, landing from brig
20 R. C. Fisher. For sale by
Jan, 23 COURSE, STONE & CO.


CHEAP PUBLICATIONS, just received and
for sale hy b
Nov 21 J, 0. ALLEN,


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rCBUSHED EVERY SATURDAY ETJ. BENJAMIN ELLISON. WILLIAM A. WOOD.B. SYDNEY GREEN, M. D [ the New York Spirit of the Times.] strength and long life. Our great grand and at the close of the niijs ,'tt : .. II'; 1

L. WYMAN. Ellison & Co., ocr May be found at his residence, corner of DICK TROT AND HIS YANKEE CLOCK.BY parents lived to an age and never thought of one of the twenty three reachedr N "Zl : =, .: .
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Centre and High streets, opposite the Mansion NAT 8LOXVX, OF S. C. complaining or laying down to die, till they two haviniz died on the passage. '.. ... ,: ._ ) ." i

W. O. 2TI. BAVIS, Editor.Third DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES DEALER* IN, HARDWARE, House. Nov 9. Well, sir," DICK said to me, oue day, had at least reached the meridian of life.- SCOt! chanced to be in I]rook,IJ1f! ,, : ,. \

Story B.iltJiell'8- Buildings, corner of TIN WARE, BOOTS, SHOES HATS "about five years or better, ago, I bought a They were stout, strong;, happy and hearty. the ship containing them cam to .b41: .!"I ':,"' :' ,
Uct. Commerce and Chestnut streets. CAPS CROCKERY, SHIP Dr. A. W. Chapman, wooden-day-clock from a Yankee pedlar, Why 1 They rose early-worked like bea- Not suspecting who was obcariM. : "'", .. ,. !
CHANDLERY, &c. Office Store of B. S. named TOM JONES who veis, and '.. -. ." "-:"" I ;
Cch over the Drug Hawley, used to travel never spent the midnight hours in was watching it he was attracted) '' .
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24 Water street. entrance on Chestnut street.) Residence at the through this dancing. Instead : .. .
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TERMS. Apalachicola, Fa. country, drappin' one at most being frightened at a cheers and great lI1ssIeonhefdcck.jseinus ," :.1 < tJa.tRtP1'tOfs.Three Dollars per annum, Jan 23 house lately occupied by Dr. Baltzell. every house. 'Twas the last one he had, little mouse at their feet, a beetle on their of his being the object of I. ....' <; ,.

If paid
iaoaths, or $1 00 if taken paid for thereafter.less term than !six IMPORTERS. MERCHANTS, AND G. 1!!. Davis, was a perfect goer of n clock.-and then sich absence of their fathers and husbunds. they light lo find II was 'his old Irl-b 'JrVl ijJ l!: ", : .

}Jo abscription and $2 will invariably a be charged for COMMISSION AGENTS GEORGIA. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, a beauty Her little squatty, dumpy figur' would load their guns, shoot bears and catamounts whose behalf lie had so nobly i iutffrjlnrife". *) ti
BAINBRIDGE
""Chit fnonths period. No paper will be discontinued until Jan 23 : Offers his serrices to the public in either of the dressed out in her painted case, jist filled and keep at bay a party of savages. Quebec, and who had that moiRf-olfoTq'cIjt., ::!$ :.:; c

I ill arrearages are paid. unless at the option of the E. J. Ilardiii, above capacities.He my eye exactly, to a gnat's heel. I sot her How have iheir daughters degenerated ?- .the shore which but for him tftej ;.'iitouT i -J.;:"IC'

",roprtetor.AOVEa TIltMttn''I.-One. square, (twelve tines FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, will practice regularly in Franklin, Calhoun on t the mantle shelf. so as I might alters What female is there now-a-days who'wouldn't never have placed fool upon.again.:'. 'TK t.. .. )

will be inserted: at the rate or One Dol- ocr Office, No. 6 Columbus Buildings, and Jackson Circuit Courts-and will, upona see her. I didn't think I'd ever git tired run from a pun. even if it had no hadrecoqIi.eI hh tall, and ,coinnuMidJ/; | | : ..
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tL r for the first: and Fifty Cents for every subseajeat Jan 16 Apalachicola( special retainer, act as Counsel, in any Courtof lookin' at her. Her little penjlum would lock J The ladies of olden limes outlived form at a ''.ucrtion. ---- the Middle or Western Circuit. He will also, swing back'ards and forreds, pickin' off the their husbands years and years. How is it their gratitude ansi joy, they gave VPMdffiffiBL:;

ro t lose who aivertUe bv the year a liberaldiscount Roberts, Alien & Co., argue cases in the Court of Appeals at Tallahassee seckins at a proper rate, Thar she'd roll it, now ? Widows are few and far between.It .- cheers. They hailed him as their tietififCgJIJ

will be made; but all advertisements not DEALERS IN HARDWARE AND SHIP the sessions of which, he will always be peckin' away, day arter day, and week arter was no singular thing for our grandmothers rer, and nearly overwhelmed him whhttielr,

strictly pyvtatning to their own business, as well CHANDLERY IRON, STEEL, NAILS, present at, unless prevented by accident. week, dead bent on keepin' up with the sun, to have three or four husbands in warmhearted embraces. ., .

as all lejl advertisements sent in by them, will SPIKES, AND CASTINGS and, Apalachicola, September 8, 18-16. and determ'ed that nary time-piece iu the the course of their lives. Now it is the ....., -i

be charged; ,at the usual: rates.! And Manufacturers of! Tin, Iron, Cop- II. :E. Owens, settlement should git ahead of her. She'ddig reverse. Men have about as many wives- GE.V. TATLOR AND BRADDOCK'SWe 'SiI'w"
be for perVnres.\ .. :;.
0- All legal. advertisements: must paid Dec 12 Apalachicola, Fa. ATTORNEY AT LAW ahead at the hours never stoppin'to diseases have been of late so fatal among take the following from the .lJi Jt; ; -. --

in adranee.j. Five llIars"ill be charged for announcing CLAYTON, Barbonr County, Alabama. ketch breath, but jist firin' away in admirable the female sex. Do you not know the' Rouge Conservator, being from a 'serIek" ("' '1' d ..9 ..

{ canli.htc4- f.Ir office.QIJ WIoI. W. SIMS. WM. W. CHEEVKR. April 29, 1S16. 2-tf style. I'd wind her up of nights, anti cause ? It is found in listlessness-idle- articles entitled Random Rocollectiant oft":; j4, I. &: < :

(: All ilvertnenvnts! from a distance mustS Sims & Cheever, then go to bed, putin' every confidence in ness-inactivity-late hours-muslin dresses Trip to Mexico," by our friend THO.J r. ,:,",:. ;'. ;"f.1:'

a cllm'l'1ie1'ith: the cash, or city reference, COMMISSION; !MERCHANTS, A. G. Scmincs, her, and bein' perfrcily satisfied that she'd -thin shoes a horror for the fresh morning that Journal : IuI. :-. ,.:-'.., -.: ,
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t-i h.ure in*.*rtion. Office No. 2-1 Water street. ATTORNEY AT LAW. do her jewty faithful, although I wasn't air, and in that detestable stuff, stitchedin We had been charged with the Leartt w.l ; .; : ;' .

derI2 Apalachicola, Fla. (JOffice: .//\0.2 Capt. Simmon's Building, watchin'her. and wouldn't allow the sun to pink and yellow covers, which is floodingour ship of despatches, the contents, or i irnjMlr* f <<

jJ1t'Jhtt: Dfrrctorn.!. \\'. T. WOOD._H. B. BALIMT ror. of Centre &. Commerce streets. be up before she'n put her hand to the hour country. Jf they will do nothing else, tance of which we arc ignorant of to thff ...,It; .

_- ._- __ -!. -. -__ ___ n_ ._-_- Wood & Ballon, nov5 Apalachicola, Fla. for sunrise. And then, sir, when I'd be young ladies will sit and read from morn day, hut there was the conveyance of"'a r JJ'

Lockhart V Yonll, COMMMISSIOM Office: No.:-12' : Water street.MERCHANTS J -Ui stairs. J. Law I restless, and could't sleep, or when I was till night, that sickly, sentimental, impure, military sash included in the ()office which' ,. .I(
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COMMlSttN: anti F O It WARDING Jan 16( Apalachicola, Fa. sick, then what company she was to me. and we will say licentious trash, that is possessed unusual interest. Dy the courto
MERC I If ANT S, ATTORNEY AT LAW To be shore, she couldn't talk to me-jist thrown in such abundance from the press. of events, MCSSM. Hyde & Uoodrich.'for

No. ;33 Water
novil AjuUcliicoU, Fla AUCTIONEER 03- Will attend punctually the Superior Courts times, she'd say 'Dick1 so plain I'd Jook chills the better feelings and makes the life worn I by, the gallant BrauMock upon thefield r : i
WM. McKr.X7.ii of the counties of Early, Baker and Decatnre of wretched Let females of his death. It was a singular ,uement(4.
.\'* WVLIE, A. upat her and a most expect her to lead offa beyond description. << : <. i'rc;' .
Office No. 50, Water (street the South Western, and of the county Thomas! regular built chat. Well, sir, she continued look into this subject and act like reasonable times parsed! and recalled the days ",l e1--t:# .;

Wylic A: :JlcKeuzic, Jan 16 Apalachirola. Fa. of the Southern Circuit. mav3 to be god for five year', and was my and accountable beings, and we should our own Washington. then... young ,\oia' *; .. .

COMMISSION 1\1I E: IIC II .\N T S, Thomas Preston, John Bilbo heart's delight-In fact, I may say she hilt soon see a different state of things. We nel. hud watched that same sash} in the.ter?*P .

No. II Waiter street, COMMISSION: : MERCHANT AND TOBACCO on to be good longer than that; but it was should hear of no fainting away-no sickly I rible fight, and seen it disappear with ;1---* '< '" .;., >, \
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Sept. 1._I Hl'i._i,) dachicolj, Fa INSPECTOR AND BROKER.No. ATTORNEY AT LAW, about that time she begun; monstrously to constitutions affection of the lungs-no wearer, under the tire of the concealed riII.,.. ';- ., ,

D. Uaufortli, 42S Water st.-Office second back room. ALBANY, GA.WILL exemble old DAVE \VILSO '5 wifeyouknow elopements and no suicides. of the Indian. "0 : .{_' ;' :...;,
practice in the several Court! of the
AUCTION AND I COMMISSION MEUCI1ANT, -'Dec 2rt Apalacliiccl.i, Fa. .Western Circuit, and Thomas and how she was?" [Portland Bulletin. This sash, so long an heir loom, had bee .i '0 .tr : -, ,

AND GBNEIUL:: : AGENT, given to Maj. Gen. Gaines to be preseflr47Z
: 111. 1. Butt. Stewait counties Can't say I do, exactly.: 'V
.:l1F AU*.', .:\ \. FORWARDING AND COMMISSION: Aug. 5,1515.; 31-tf "Why, sir, 1 thort you knowed-Old GEN. WI FIELD SCOTT. with a complimentary letter to any persoln ':5 ;@ :;- : <

((0-: Cotton bjught Ueferi on order.to MERCHANT, -. ------ ---_. _. -- -- .- ------. Dave used to lay that his wife was a charming The following fine anecdote of the brave Gen. Gaines thought most deserving of,2 ".,. e' ,..... ...":.;- :'
2" Apl tichicola, Fa. I INSPECTOR.-The undersigned and honored officer i is related of him in a then on the Rio Grande. .i. :.
R. P. IIotDEV, ) _!per? _._. LUMBER creetur-me of the best of women-that .
N-\\ 0 r I ean!. ; been appointed Inspector of Lumber lie biography recently published by prof. E. D The old General promptly forwarded ; : .
didn't Eve ill01
J. (',. DuXLtr. J S. :'1. IVickcrson, be.ieve, from old Mother ;, I"
for the County of Franklin, ofler" his services the
to Mansfield of Cincinatti commanding hero of Palo Alto
fleI44r.<< IVtLiK x :MzKcvziK, ) DEALER IN CLOTHING BOOTS SHOES down to the present gineration, a better woman : -1
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} ApiUchicol.: t } I;t. the public in that capacity, and will attend to all There is a striking instance of General Resaca de la Parma ansi we were Chif''f-, ; ,. 1
JUIcrcHivsov.. HATS. CAPS, & '. duties to said ever throweda petticoat over her head. : ,.
appertaining appointment.
---- S. -&---J. ScliiifcV.WHOLESALE N:>. 1 Columbus Block, CORNELIUS GRADY. To be shore he sed she had her ways (here Scott's courage and prowess recorded in this honored messenger. Gen.. Tailor took a.t:: : .. ,.., "

ANJ It!; 1'\11. GROCER, D,.c 12 Apalarhicula.; Fa. !March22. J S.I 15.:) Dick snuffled in imitation of old Dave whomI book. When he with about three hundred sash and examined it attentively, it waiof> '" "i' .

$J" rlicaUr! Attention )nd to 'putttn up family. Charles W. I knew very well,) she would have her ways, prisoners had been taken to Quebec, exchanged unusual size, being quite a* large, when eij : / t
Rogers John :\Iunn.
bttfd'jiho it an I ship Mores. : Eugene RoijenClia LUMBER IN-\PECTOIt.-IIaving been ap and sich ; as she did have.-Well, sir, and embarked on board a vessel tended, as a common hammock; in the ruc",, !
No. 4l:1V tcr treet, & Co. Inspector of Lumber I fur tiie County wiys shes of the "
: Rogers clock to be the same of bound to Boston, some English naval officers splendid silk that composed if2f:,
Nov.14 AjuUchicola, Fla. COMMISSION; ; MERChANTS, of Franklin, the undersigned offers his servicesto my got way-somf' stationed at Quebec resolved to detain was the date of its manuficlore1701.*,,*' /
the public in that capacity, and will attend to her works got outen fix, and for spite she -'" -
Water street
i'. Abcll done Strike one of the prisoners with an Irish accent aud although it was one hundred and fort'years -
II.: K-c 12 Apalachicola, Fa all duties appertaining to said appointment. jist as she blamed pleased. every
Vui..tLE A.VD UETMI., AprilJS, 1S1G. BENJ. LUCAS. yes,sir. she did-like all dingnalion! She'dtake as British subjects. For this purpose old ; save where the dark pots. s7i.t ,
DEALER ttf DtlU ::\, MEDICINES, PAINTS, D. B. Wood & Co., _-_-_ .--- -- _n-_--._ ._-_-_ -_..-_ _._- __--_- ,' a notion to bulge off sometimes, and they boarded the cartel just as she was getting were stained with the blood of the hero i,hat:'

OILS, GL\<3. &'c.l. ., &c..At'3 COMMISSION AND FORWARDINGMERChANTS Thos. E. Gray, she'd ring in on them wires one huudred an under way. Scott was in the cabin. I wore it, it glistened as brightly' asif U hi2:... '1

V ifeiicr.l abutment of Statinery.C I MERCHANT TAILOR. fifty times. At first I was tickled at it, and He heard a bustle and great excitement on just come from the 'loom. ." 't

-,r. ..f C'lciitnut and Water street No. 7, Columbus: R\v, Chestnut st. next door below Francis Kiapman's. would set and laugh at her for bein' sich a deck, and hastened up to learn the cause. Upon the unusual size of the sash b.

-.brilll-. .\' al.ic!1i imla, Fa. Nov.._2'3,1"10. Apaldchicola, Fla.J' WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of fool as to be cuttin' up them extrys what Heie he saw a party of British officers in noticed Gen. Worth, who had joined-tb. -1-

II. D. Danleii, --- that he has just received didn't hart nobody but herself. But at lastI the act of mustering the three hundred party in the tent mentioned, that sn :h/ /
F. Nourse H. B :Stone H. W. Brooks .
from New York and the old fashioned
large assortmentof and that
a splendid tired of sich It prisoners and separating from their companions style, the solj.
No. 2 Columbus Build: III:;!', begun to git foolery.
JVoiirsc, Stone & Co., Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, unsurpassedin such as either confessed they were sash was intended lo carry, if neeessarjtfl.i .
seemed I had
; to me, whenever a tough job
Oe 2'), HI5.I Apalachirola. Fa. quality or cheapness, consisting of shade '.
COMMISSION every from the
MERChANTS off field
Irishmen or by their accent betrayed the wearer of battle. It W .r '>
before and wanted it
me, to study out, or
and variety, which he is to make in '
Be.'J:1.| :ni II Suitor; No. .10 Water street the neatest and most fashionable prepared style, at up the whenever I was right sleepy that then she'dpick land of their birth. They were in great distress mentioned in the conversation, that art .

COMMISSION :M EIIC1IANT, Dec 12 A'')alacliicola, Fla. cheapest possible rates. Thankful for the liberal her chance to come them big licks! I and confusion. Twenty three of the Gen. Ripley was wounded at Lundy's Lane; .. :
N,.. ti Water street-Upstairs, fellows, of whom had families in his:: sash similar in form, was used a.."""'
J. II. &: J. 31. Hull, favors hcretolorc bestowed upon him, he hopes put UI) with it a long time-didn't do nothin'to poor many ..
De. I, 1SI. alachicola; Fh.Ls. : FACTORS & COMMISSION I MERCHANTS, by faithful attention to his business, to merit a her-and thort by letin' her have: her New York, and other places, had already hammock lo bear him from the field(* IIt

Fred. C. Dtia 4ii, I continuance of their patronage. fun out, she might git tired of it herself been matched to the othe side of the deckas that in it, he was carried several miles, hi*

}FACTOR AND J COMMISSION No. I'j Watiir street, Apalachicola, Nov. 21, IS.10. # after a while. But she didn't ; she still hilt British subjects. There they stood trembling body swaying to and fro between the horss*ft,.-<' f

M E R C H ANT, D. C 12 APALACHICOH, FA r Prints 1 Prints : : on stouter 'an ever. On last Saturday I but when they saw Scott appear hope to which the ends of the sash were se :ort _

No. 2 Columbus Block, Harper & Holmes, | subscriber has just! receved, per bark went up above here to muster, and, as I al- brightened up in therir countenance. fastened. To a wounded soldier no cao4|

-D-e-0-, 1'*-.I >. ApaUchieoU.! Fa.LURT COMMISSION: MERCHANTS, THE : from New York, 200 pieces superior lers does on such occasions, tuck reathertoo 6 What means this, gentlemen demanded veyance could be more grateful or moreYjK' .

.\ DJD-JE.: CUVRLKS' PRATT. also, English; Cambric Prints, lor sale at lower much of the telch me lightly- When I Col Scott, (For he was- then only a propriate. 'f\,.." \

.1!{ents Jor the prices than ever before offered, at wholesale or go home, I thort the best place for me was Colonel,) looking sternly around upon the May was fasinated with the sash,-.h';;., \

DoAsc & Pratt, SUN: MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY: retail, by in bed-so as to sleep offmy boozy. I pulls British offict-rs, and drawing his tall form viewed it in every light, and shook tbe.ridi \

SHIPPING: & COMMISSION .\ of the City of JVi-to York, Jan 16 FRANCIS KOPMAN."UST oft*, and gits in bed ; but no sooner did my up to its fullest height. fringe that was only rivaled in exuberaac.t/{','. .
No. 4U Street, No. 51'Water street, have the by his hair and beard, and said "he .W, :,,
Water J received per schooner Elizabeth from head tetch the piller than up start the We orderssir, was answer, Mo two .. ,
N-v 2'! Aoalacliienlt; Fa. Dec 12 Apalachicola Fa. New Orleans: clock-ch.r-r.riog-ch-r-r-rillg-I deter- weed out the British subjects from the prisoners give a mint for such a sash, if i U. was oA1i ,,"

II. U. Taylor, C. A. GREEN. C. II. CONNERY. 20' bbls Flour; 15 do. Whiskey; mined to put a stop to any sich capers that who are to leave, and send them in yellow." We notice that the one wor .fl. "
Green Ac Conucry, 2 bbli: Monongahela do; :5 kegs Lard ; I loaded old musket the frigate alongside to be tried and execu- the -bold dragoon."was of that roro;. ,.. .::.' _',; ,' ,
OMMISSION J FORWARDINGMERCHANT night. ,
got up my .
: COMMISS: I I 0 N MERCHANTS :5 Mess Pork; :5 do. Family Beef luck a cheer, and sot down right before her. ted for the crime of treason.' Gen. Taylor broke the silent Jdm t. T- '. /J

No. 2-2 Water-street, No. 3<3, Water street. For Jan sale 16 by EDWARD:50 McCULLY Water street., Now, ohllady.' sez I. *yer arter the spite 'Have you selected any for this purpose?' tion by saying, he would not receive 1h;:, "':' .'*t' _.tA
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APALACHICOLA, FA. demanded Scott. sash-upon our expressing surprise, he -' '''. "- .:'\ -
_.!!pt2 I ly Alld1arhi..nla. 3LOUGHS, No. 10 and 10, at Manufacturer's game agin are ye ? Jist go on ef you like (
Pelican. J\lutuallnsUTtlnCC\ Co. New York. continued -lhat he did think -
of 1 'Yes, three, answered the British not he should ; ; .ii1
twenty
prices, by B. ELLISON' & CO. it-but dar' to strike a hundred this time, "l.\
Francis Kop man, CIIAS A. GREEN, Agent. officers pointing to the Irish on the other receive presents until the campaign>> so (tarJ:: '' w '
Jan 23 24 Water and ef don't ketch h-II .
Dec ." No. 30( Water street. street. ding me you ; ,
WHOLELp! : AfT RETAIL DKILCR IN > didn't her bit-she side of the deck. as he was concerned, was: finished,. he ';"" f : :;_" ,. 1"
My threats scare one .r ( ''''''
DRY GOODS. ROQ'rS1101::;., HATS, AND Edward McCully, SUGAR Kettles Mills and Cauldrons, a large struck 'peared like liverlier than ever. Scott knew that there were among the elaborated on the impioprieiy') naming ')1".'J:"_ 1.' ] I

CLOTHING, fcc.ctl COMMISSION: MERCHANT AND DEALER most approved patterns,for sale by The went away it so she soon got Americans at least forty more brave Irish- children after living men, fearing least the: -.: ;",'" :;! f
Che tntit-Street. Aiulachienla Fla. peart up
GROCERIES Jan 23 ROBERTS, ALLEN & CO. and thus honored, might disgrace' their-name {J.r
H. IN DRY GOODS:: AND to ninety-ninety-one-two-thret-four- men, he resolved if he could not save j .

R. WOOD.'V 004 & Co. No. 50 Water street. Platform Scales. five-six- see yea gwyin' it,' ses I, and I the twenty-three, he would protect the re- sake. We urged his acceptance of the .. ::'.;";

AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION: __Dec 5 Apalachicola. Fa. 2 1200 Ibs. Platform Scales ; cocks the old musket--chr-r-r-ring-l putsit mainder. present, and he said finally that he ,wouhir o ,;,,;:,, ;:'
MERCHANTS --- 2 1600 Ibs.Ie do. shoulder-ch.r.r.ring-I takes 'They are all you will get. sir,' was his indignant put it carefully away in his military chest, .:.;l1;&: f'
Win. G. Porter fc Co. to '"
No. 2 Columbus: Building, 2 1600 lb. Beams, complete for cottop weighing sight-ch.r-r-rin-g-Ilays my finger on the response to the British Captain.- aud if be thought he deserved Sf) gieat a _. .. -L
DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSIONMERCHANTS. ; Fur sale by my compliment at the end of the campaign ho 'r- -
)pet. 31. Amlachicola: she, stouter' never, Then turning to his own men he said to p
I trigger-cb.r-r.ring. sez
Jan 23 ROBERTS ALLEN &. CO. would its
acknowledge receipt. ;:
I A. N. .McKay, No. -II Water Street. and was startin' with another chee-when I them in an authoritative voice-'I command ,
Flower Seeds. of to remain silent, The stirring events that have transpired_ 5'
Dec t Apalaohicola Fa. one absolutely
tOMMISSION :MERCHANT > lams and in half scckin' finds myselfflat every you
asssortment of Floer Seeds,just received away since he made that remark, have added the. ., -
and word
AN the on no account spe3k a or respond :
\ Nil. 40 Water street, on my back, in the middle of floor. -
oilii S. Hutcliiiison, for sale by laurels Monterey those he then -
_Sept M. 181G. Apalachicola, Florid: Jan 30 J ALLEN. As I picked myself up, I heard the old lady 10 any of the questions put to you. won.
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSIONMERCHANT well '
The command was strictly obeyed. Not and the world as as the donors, of( that -
T. II. ....tt still & Co., Oil. still goin' it; and dern me, ef she didn'tstrike moved Glad sash, will insist upon his acceptance wf it.
Lamp times although a man a lip were they to 0I -
No. 50) Water street. fifty more, twenty- .
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Solicits patronage. APALACHICOLA. WINTER' strained splendid article, for sale five buckshot had tuck erfect all among I bey, at least the forty adopted Irishman, this A ; I
No. 45 Water jan30 J C ALLEN. G00DONE.-fheollowingisnhouttho
Street, [ ] command of their Colonel.In .
her countenance, and both of her bands: best in the anecdote line have
thing ,
Oct.: _24. Apalacliicola. Fa. Jas. F. Farrior, Salt. were taken smooth off. I haint wound her vain the British officers threatened, we._ seen. .'

Coolie A Home, GENERAL RECEIVING FORWARDING & 1000 SACKS, cargo of British bark up since; for with the pluck she's got, ther'sno swore and foamed with rage. Col. Scott lately An :Indian chief being asked.his opinion_ T. '
COMMISSION
MERCHANT Covenanter for sale afloat
by was repeatedly commanded to go below ; '
v COMMISSION: MERCHANTS, No. 50 Water street. Jan 23 JDAY&CO. knowin' what she might do, ef she had before of a cask Maderia wine presrnlrdjo him .
firm and
but he stood unblenching
a No. 13, St Charles Streel, Dec 5 Apalachicola, Fla. the chance. She's without exception the best by an officer, said he thought; *'I he_ juice
unarmed.
his armed foes, himself totally
Dry Goods. J seed."
New-Orleans game ever was extracted fromwoman's tongues'andlion's
P. W. alien, Tickings, Cotton Osnaburgs, Moral. it be well to take High words ensued, and for a few moments
Atoicw Although
S. COOKE. AMOS HORN.J. DRILLINGS may hearts; for when he drank a bottle of .
lelt 8. AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSIONMERCHANT. Jeans, Flannels, Blankets Time by the fore-lock, yet it would be better those for whom he stood up so fearlessly and it he could talk forever and fight the devil'*
.p- Tweeds, Shirtings, Sheetings, Checks, do humanely, expected to see him attacked
not to .
so rashly.A
C. Allen, Solicits a hare of Public Patronage.Oct Ginghams, Calicoes, Delanes Hosiery, &.C. &c. with the weapons of the infuriated Englishmen. A shrewd old .laidhis'
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in For sale B. ELLISON &. CO gentleman. once : ,
by )
24 APALACHICOLA FA. length that he would
At finding not
PRUGS CHAPTER JEt.\LEs.-\Ve like to '
ON Be .
MEDICINES PAINTS, OILS, Jan 23 23 Water street. daughter sure never many a poor :. ,
GLASS, BRUSHES &c. &c. look stout healthy woman-she is yield, and the men would not open their but remember '. .
I. D. Bugbee, upon a man, the'poorwt: ,irian .(fa,the '
also, COMMISSION AND FORWARDING HATS and Caps by the case low for cash by a prodigy in the nineteenth century. mouths, they gave it up. Scott then ad- world is one that has <'money, and ''notbJuz' "'. ,.....;; ,
A general apartment of B. ELLISON &. CO. Wherever see scores and hun- dressed the twenty three men who had been else.I J'"", "
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BOOKS MERCHANT you go you F ', :.
BLANKS, STATIONERY, &c &c. '..J-:,,,!
selected and assured them that the U. S. J !>
Sale dreds of spleeny, sickly, feeble girls, who ,
_cor. of Chtuut & Commerc streets, No. 7, Columbus Block, For ,
_Yl.?!e 4 Apalachicola, Fla. Sept. 1ft, 1846. Apalachicoh, a. BBLS. Whiskey ; :iO do. Molasses; can hardly muster courage to' make their would not fail to avenge them. He ended V1aTuE.-TbeeerIastinghillsiiIl! rumble :; :

It. S. IIn\vley, 50 50 Flour; 23 bags Rio Coffee, now beds, wash their faces, or drive an intrudingcow his address in these words: to dust, but the influence.of.a goo "ut

FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, AUCTION Ac COMMISSION Starr Co.MERCHANTS, landing from schr Elizabeth, and for sale, low from the yard. Tell them about early 4 Finally, I pledge myself to you in the will never die. The earth 'will g o.. pW' ,

No. 23 Water street, AND GENERAL AGENTS, for cash, by rising, fresh air and healthy exercise, and most solemn manner, that I will not rest until and perish, but virtue i in ihe heaflwlbeever. -..;

_Dee_5_ Apalachicola, Fa. EUFAULA, ALA. Jan 23 NQURSE. STONE &'CO. they heave a sigh as !long; as the moral law, I have achieved your liberation .or 'you: .green and flourish throughout eternity. .

REFERENCES : and about faint away. You expect them to he added turning to the British officers, 'that The moou and stars will grew.dfrn, .flfld the S

GIlOCERS Avery St Jones, MUST, DEAN & WYLES, J. Stevenson & Co. get up before day-to work in the kitchento in retaliation and a refusal to give quarter in IUD roll from the heavens, bat tree religion. : '

&No.COMMISSION 43 Water street.MERCHANTS, JOSIAH BLACK WELL & Co.} New York.. JVb. 45 Water and JVb. 2 Chestnut ,t,. breathe the fresh air of morning!-Pre- battle, shall follow the execution of one of and nndefiled will grow-brighter: bright :/ .:

YII 5 e 5. Apalachicola, Fa. L. F. SEAMAN' &. Co. Are now opening their Fall stock of Staple posterous and absurd They never have these gallant and faithful fellows.' er, and not cease' to exist.while.God hlmicW .

JXlE !... JOHN NORTON, jr. Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c., which they seen the sun rise and would hardly know The British officer tried to interrupt him shall live, -
DAT. DANIEL J. DAT.J. .
JOHN FRASER & Co. Charleston.C. -
offer fur sale low for cash or city acceptance. but the sun continued to shine forever, if it and prevent his words from being herd but -_" ..to
Day ft Co., W C. LATHROP CROMWELL& Co New Orleans, Apalachicola, Oct 24, 1846. wore not for the almanacs and their grand- without success. Jane you must notle: i ritbmeict' -

COMMISSION MERCHANTS A.AR K.*EN A YER. } Columbus: Ga. Lehigh Coal. mothers. No wonder that every year The Irishmen were put in Irons and sent "Why, mamma -BeciUs5'rnj.Ieaf'. : :; 1; : -

No.52 Water street, E. J. HARDIN, Apalachicola. TONS, for sale! by sweeps to the grave so many,young women, to England. When Scott landed in Boston in looking through yobrs. yestersIay.jaw, < ,-: .I t: ,
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? C5 Apalachicola, Fa. I jait23 ROBERTS. ALLEN & CO., who have been sickly and effeminate ever !lit' proceeded at once: to Washingtonj.nd that the fractions: _were..vulgar- .;;f-o' ,,,;:' ':
.i,5?<:< Also, Agents for the"Insurance Co." 1TISTAR'S and Swayne's Balsam of Wild since they were born into the world- jo e. Protection Insurance Co." and the "Hartori V V Cherry, just received and for sale by TARTAR, for sale by fiadeth -
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VERY. of freedom.) These are mere theories and specie.) will give oo.oOO.ut doubtless attempt the same game elsewhere, HENRY CLAY !" Albany. -fl'

M r : ?:_.':i The following article from the London The unhappy colonists have been as Congress is averse to this he pro- our brethren of the press would do well to A friend of ours has favored us with the Col. Butts, ihe worthy archil." .. a

... ,. :Waits, we ,hall BS nn evidence) of returning fltccdto sound, and have found them hol- poses that a duty offifteen per cent be laid notice: the extent of his finacial operating s -M agnula. says, she wi be rradt t 10 o,Vlmence
-: 'llberaied nezro in the \Vest Indies on tea and coffee which in addition to the I here ;as it may put merchants and otherson following extract of a letter received by him I)er trip in I Ie course r fa

'. /:,: reason on the! part oTtho people of England tfocs not teofff.! tie shows an occasionaland schedule above named (even excepting all ._ i their guard.-[Savannah Republican. and dated weeks. The river i is now in fine 00 a4r

;-,-,:-f'i\, ,on a question .o( such vital importance to imperfect industry: when the pressure of sugar other than refined,) will produce .---- ..- --- NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 1, 1S17. we trust i will continue so for rdpr

.I.? ."',;' the happiness and security of our own coun some particular; want or desIre impels! him to $2.500.000. I CO ERCIAL Mm miAPALACH1COLA "In a conversation with a neighbor and come.-Albany[ Courier. .tti

'f :. ". try. It is a'full indorsement of all that the seek the leans of gratification. But as for This sum he proposes to set apart as a 11 1 friend of [Henry Clay, 1 learned the particulars [From the X. 0 Com.
it is nut to be the of the -- --'- Time
and continuous labor specific fund for redemption principal .- i
regular --- ---- --- ---- -- ---
South has contended for as to the im II.J}
ever of the delicate
act of those who
from him. In course of lime, and the of the interest of the SATURDAY, FEB. 13, 1847. persons MEXICO.
expected payment
policy and) folly of interference with the in- i perhaps, when the slave generation is departed debt to he contrated. for the support eif the ________hn__m ____ ____ -__n____________. ___ __ paid his notes at the North Bank of Kentucky ASSASSINATION! OF SANTA AM 4.

Mitutir/n. slavery, by those who are aliens and others are sprung up iu their war. The Report is very voluminous, but {,11- The following gentlemen are authorized thereby cancelling the mortgage far. the most important item i if the to L

to it both>> ,in interest and! understanding. room .who have not known bondage," the the above is the substance of it. Agents for the COIIEICIAt. ADVERTISERand will which he had given on his estate to secure death' of the Mexican leader who
case he different. \Ve elo not say thatit \VAuiNUTov. ret). 2.There receive and receipt for:subscriptions, or advertisements was killed. in a revolt of his i.I
which
-Among the ,erroneous systems experience may money which he borrowed to Irool
,
meanwhile pay an en by his opposition lo the c
will not be different. But is an impression here some :-
upon
t is daily leading us to investigate 1Hts1chartb
that invites both and pending the great experiment the planter that we are on the eve ofa peace whim Mex MESSRS., MASON & TuTTLE.SS William Street, elorsement. Congress for levying money on ; '
there is none us more byNs
r i is mined.. \Vhilst humanitarians al ico. and unexpectedly New York.DAVID .Mr. the Bank perty. We have no confidence
than that Things happen so suddenly Clay went to to pay the ro |tb* P
and
interest importance, on BRAVO, Ksq; New Oilcans.W.M. Santa Anna and his
which our colonial policy i is built. Beginning home are prating of the horrors of slavery. in this age and country that; it may : \V. CIIKEVKK: : K;" IM Albany, la. interest on the debt and 10 per cent. The army are looC,t_I
moved the
the free of Great Britain is be The late rumors from Mexico Eitfsnla.Ala. from capital to feel the
t and then subject : losing true. go Major JAC-K ILvr.DMA.N loan
in carelessness indifference(
: Cashier handed him the and
note said
_.. 'it
of Slatedeems ---- ,. of ihe clergy ; and he t
and the --
eles and excessive his land his money, his every means.- to confirm it, Secretary -- ----------- - ---- --- -- himself is i ,
let p'Iti'ilu
rising sudden ] asq
niiiiuiu afirrwards in Africa is guarded as if it were holy ground, that rumor as probable. The advices PH OF. MILKS: -1'IIKKNO-MXKMOTKCUNY; was paid. 'Paid by whom ? 'I don't scrupulous a man to uppone an act o
inter I< vacrliatiem 'between) tyranny and concession and Jamaica is left to waste. Such are the received from General '1\1)101. by the By reference to :another redumn: it will know, sir.' 'Please call Mr. Lit ford, the ation whose benefits are intended, (or' ,
effects, of humanity that has not its foundation western mail last night, elo it, self and followers. is nothing
it now hangs trembling: on the coufrm be perceived that this gentleman designs President. Mr. Lilford came. Mr. Clay idle I els* I n
.
.
an
i hill that circumstance does not disprove it. report.
of utter ruin. NOI lung. indeed can injustice. visit the said is ?' is '
serge is not improbable that the Iexican Congress paying our city: ( for purpose ofcaching my note paid I paid sir.. LEVY ON MONET, ETC.-Tile

save rnrehensive our colonies, and immediate, except reform a bold:, not a com CIne [Correspondence ol the Charleston Courier.vASUi .] I has agreed lo a negotiation. They ; this new and interesting branch of 'By whom ?' 'I don't know-but I received has been prpo\tree by Ar'Iralion <

that, seizing upon some particular ail more \ *. >.r.TON, Feb. 1 can lose nothing by it. They gain lime by science in which he, above all others, is so the amount by letter to cancel your Congress lo raise! ), for Jw!

prominent abuse, shall destroy and eiflVr it The rumor which has prevailed here of it, which: to them is important. Should proficient ; indeed judging (from ihe numerous note and mortgage, with the request to hand pose of sustaining the' war, rOr93'ia"if
Jen. Gaine's di-clnimer of the be commenced the efiVcl found necessary selling the projeni!
negotiation (
sacrifice to the ed an julli'aliol wil testimonials from the of colleges the
up as a appease auger sivans paper lo you. r. Clay raised his the church
ef the letter of (Jen. 1 1mentioncel lo extent 11 I to procure that
buti searching! and i.uli- Taylor : he to suspend hostilities, some SUm. -j-Jl
injured people ; a (many unsolicited.) w(; arc prepared hands over his head and xcl"impdGood Vicar General in the
will he of MexiconJfiteel
last night be incorrect.General of (
cal reform that shall not be content with alleviating I. proves to though, con: ISP, our troops fIJI city
/ symptoms but shall !kill the disease Gaines has written a letter to the withdrawn. It has been suggesied hero lu speak in advance of his ICte',tion here. God, did ever ml have such friends and against III high-handed,1 tlasor' 3

itself. Secretary of War, justifying, his publication that the, negotiation if any should be cntnmenred This science piofesscs lo aid ihe memory such enemies as Henry CIIY. and burst in. Congress decided, bv a vote 55 to 31,

\% of of internal and of the letter, on the ground that General should be carried on at Havana.In ; .- in the facts ( mnrlae. md 4-10 3510 sell. (fentnii
not of and to tears and
e speak: cour"-r. retention names, figures wept a child. A few r
'TaKir's conduct had) be,-ii misrepresented that case, there could be a speedy resort I lile Vega, who hid; but Brevet rank h
domestic but of ahe-i.itiou of
chance
; iu :
in all of science and. mouths afterwards six l
statistics departments gentlemen came to I promoted: to 'full Brigadier, in
the whole course of I'h\ tin- iu (Congress: and required explanation and by either parly to their respective govern rewar
parent Slate. The histoiy r,1'l vaiiou-; (-o. defence. It is Mill said that General: Gaines ments. chronology, requiring accuracy of time his home and staid a few days and then ac- bravery at Kesaca de la p.lma. :lul1 r,

monies, and more especiIU+ a rnmpuisou! ol' will place his views before thc public. The President has repeatedly stated that place ;and events, the acquisition being companied him II New Ore.ts. where they rnedial{ vute,11n him by Congress. '

y, those which have rnj ieel i the blessing of The three million bill was t the special order he would l i be able to effect a peace, if Congress speedy and til. retention eas)'. remained some lime-they were part: of despatches of (rrneral'Iaylor) to 1'ar sh-'
those h.ive in the House, to day but the suggestiom would. givt him the three 1)1)1100) ; appropriation ton ..said; lo have been captured 5.
with that! been upon '
self-govcrciient: \\ e from thn FlnriiJian the following the noble l who his debts but he
paid ,
copy ;ales the bearer
deb'arred !runt it, ;assuiesiis .: l 11.,1> ill theeviU : of \I I r. McKay, that tin appmpriatiem with which to a approach the : anc (a Frenchin.in) lb'{ ;.
now threatening eir .ictuili\ .tt..I.III., v\-Me hills u eie of pressing necessity. Mr. C..1. Mexican authorities. testimonials! fiom a highly respectable knew i not. Since thai, lie has received: a but they contained nothing of impcita ,

the conseque-nces. not >o niiu-li; ': of toloui.d! I logersoll.as Chaiiman; of the Ceiin. eif Foreign 'f he three- million bill c mfi up In-day. c.IS", which he had at Tallahassee : book with 15 Engravings, in it. giving the le' the enemy.

folly as! nf impetial mi>:govriuineiii. h- Allans C'II''lll'lllhat the bill should and 11 Jr. Sevier mlle; a briefopening!speechin likenesses of all the donors. Thy reside- Theuuvrrnnrtf Putbla.accordinptotj t t ,
.. be postponed' to Monday I next ; hit r. its He stated tint President LI: ox I'llREXaMXKMOTECIIXY. 1Icculr. 13th ult.. has consented. (10
deed need not f.u fir proof 1111 i support. llle TUIE
we go:: !lpa': : some in New Orleans, some in Boston, New i of Vera ;
ganison
table oft hi'IrutIi. In the l'r"' .,irrtcd.rlo UMMf NViluii't. as if apprehensive Ihat some out hail recommended this meisure last year The course: of Lectures on this scienceby ; Cruz, very inoc j.straightened

ihe Colonial Office) that hive ,ereI": !. would .!tf.a his thunder," 1"01111) gave and) now again: ; Ihat ihe Piesiilenl had held, Prol"esser MILKS 1 were concluded last York and Philadelphia. at ihe moment with a stiliif

been announced in thi* ji>>iin..l. 'theie is I notice. of his ilteltiof to 011.1 : -Iuti) still held : correspondence with Mex. ,'vllif,. \\'e have: heard but one* expression .I am very truly. of SlOO.OGO.1 ) ed' which S..fOI.< or sO. artij_

contained an umple.. leeogmtion;; d' "'iiot- proviso of the I late session prohibiting slavery iron by which he had learnrd; that the Mexican of opinion by the ,members ol" the cl.iss, .. I be {paid eveiy. m" nth. the J]irt r llllaD
and servitude m the Government; and' elisposed l : (fit nr.ht! m ,i firf mglit.! This: '
moos cvtle!: long existent nil no' bmger; too;. involuntary territory peoPtorte and 11.1 i is unqualified graiific.ation, at the, ----- I wasdunelI
to he acquired, anti annexed, through anylieaty to make. em terms which the Piesi- Late fro' ihe urgent request) Don P. M.
the
rablc. If it be It'Ct'o-oiU now lo annihilate,' : peace % co: nrsr. Profe.ssnr M. leaves; for acviCl' Canary htlfl.! i & l"rr
with Mexico. )I lr. ejfNew : dent would eitt'er. )ir. Sewer' stated that; t! The people! iu Mexico l.mry, fieun
the settlement eif Norfolk I Island+ it i is :inn Pr..lof I\in/ Quincey in : day or so, and l will impart le accounts of great ravages by the yellow-{! ; rent
: Veilk was also to annex he !know what the I President would give .r.h..I.s in Congie.ss..'. al Washington tijj
possible to doubt that it. original r-t t ihiish-! evidently .li.1111 tin "ili.rllo of that. place instruction, on this fever in those i I' t
meat was a false;, s-ep, II il le I '11'1..11'\ his name uiih this nnn"cnm'nl. demand iu the way of indemnity lor I die cpen \- subject. Il his either engagements will{ permit isllu1' i. \I. Polk would .be willing; toem make p.

now to fivor and :>ssi-t; the i-np .n.ni.i! ofimmigrants : Tie same hil is to come up iu lie I Senate to Mr. Sevier gave: notice that he the Senate would not consent lo atreaty : veiunpopular.
101lW it Tallahassee i
into the sugar coUiuie- \\r 1lfl'"t \ tl.tlrn to ;and '
perforce believe that the ohsiiinte !j.'(I.lhi-! : would call it up to-morrow. General C.IS. on tl'nl'short of the (,cps-iou II the repeal his Lectures. No doubt a re>prclaiii :here i is Inre coal m to the single Sue: ol a j I 1 mi'r: CAPTURE OF MAT'S DRAG 00.11.

lion against it was impolitic' ;an-l I 'ii'Ju"t. ll Who is looked up on here, as a C111Jlilll) of U. States; of New .Mexico ;and Caffo1ia.Ir. !<; class could be immediately: formed Illinois than in all Kurope. f Tile I Governor; of New: L> on S'ltrs. jai:

it be necessary now to (hauje; the whole Silas Wright, 1 for the t I'm0rr 111 i lm i I I ; S. was of the opinem hat( Mexico that, purpose., fir I ;despatch' Ihat C.ipr. Ma\.s. rear guard.J
for the next might be pi ,iced iu tired the she had) Monroe Kdwards. forger, died i Iii r: tlrfiie eif S.IIIM Uosa.
S treatment of tiatispuited r be Thought of that; whit ll haprevuled! t., al :11.11. predicament by ihis bill. Mar.v; +tll war bfi'n: 'c contributions' e>u her iu which{ his cllimtsre regarded by those; I''I iu Prison Hospital at Sing Sing on ,!j twenty five men and. bevy. The: wholeilthem ;

the present day ? Finally, if it Innec*'-.j. t. ;,sl;, how IIP will vote upon the :lli-sl"f, people, *, and had been bet" ;, -1 iu every conflict who attended his Lecture- have been handed Friday' the 09th! mm It.. of consumption.05s" (eleven! ) wen* sent prisoners to "
.. pro\'jsl. But he i is relieved tutu and had motive ,.nut.. The (lover'.orH of Dnrango aKJ
ry now to renew the veiy y-tcm iM-If! ottranspoitation 111 i ; she no ; longer lo continue us lor publication., speak a language ------
we caunot t-u-ilv. ex.ijint'e' I sully by his instructions (1'1 lime State I Ihe:1'. He piotPsld ;against mixing which cannot be They mistaken : The Hilcniia must have; earned .1, t / n a'Iao' : h..vt dee-lint-il: placing tie rrsourfcesot'those

the mis-conduct: of those wu having finer Legislature of )I'hiI, to vote for the up I II with this) measure my ('XIII1Olo: rl'. rich freight on her accent trip. The specie I SItO: at the dmsp..lmooIISd *
laid! down m enoimuiis piiufiple tlf( :t-iKiu.: prot'iso. and lie recogii/s' the doctrine of I i I, matter that would excite; na ion-il and party LL.UJS"}:, Jan.J9, 1847. half r:1 Anu.1. They "(dare thai iheeifnr.auagiinsi
instruction All he has to do is to At meeting ofa public class that attended paid per cent, or about 514,000 ; the t the spirit of the
The
handed it on from one to tie! mht-r. :all1 1 co-i-: i feeling. Govrinme>nt and the whole : Closlilutioo. as
tinued it to the point of c1)II-i igning tlniii-,.ni.Js (j'liet. But ;1 1Vnht is to have the .c'tI! people of the United States wished fur peace; the lee:lures ol Professor PLI>V MILKS: I passengers $15,000 or more and the goods would leave lhemdtleneles' ,

of human 'being* to utter d-ini'iitiu-i.: ;and ;\ and pi out. or odium'I i C id'the I movement.Mr. ) ifil (lul.1 be obtained on honorable icims.Mr. on the subject of Phieim-Mneinoiechny.. probably 1(1 or twelve thous tnr1. making in I VKRA: ('r.ui.-There are now one ,bar

fertile i island to almost. in"'i'a!,!.' r Ii!). Calhouo's cour.se i is looked to with Miller of (N. J..) spoke at glCi held in the Capitol lit Talaha-sc't. immediately i all some 340.000. besides the gr -at purse* of!! ":,1d men in Sao Juan de UlUia. and Pidi

And if we look' back! upon the Ili..tlll of deep interest on the subject. Me will undoubtedly 1- length in "PIO..iliol to the imasine. and re- after the close 11 the course, ,the the British Government the i I l'l thousand, ; legnhrs and one thouJ

these transaction*-upon tin; e\nerim-ni!' nl' meet the q.icstioii;, with all his viewed. (\'el' comments the conduct meeting was eiig.ini/cd: by the unanimous j i I fu mails. I National Guards in the city. In I the whole]

A Norfolk Island and 1h.rbulitiotio''sLtvcy- ardor and strength. I He will undoubtedly of the President in relation to :lie origin. and selection eif (ien.'I'hntnis l Blown. as Chairman IMPORTANT lCI"IU-A case of cmisiderable deputim-nt the regulars are stated' II I]
take! the ) and D. (C. \Vil.ll. Esq. I I : five thousand. The National Guard, .L ,
we shall find it im;>o* to its whole extent but il i is already whisicied After which, the edjecl of the haying l to ; : has 1"1' organz"il.: will amount; lo 'tourtreutbootariof
". S\ single circumstance of pii! ..ttuu!! orrui: ; was: time, he said fit the people to sa meeting : ]
!S tn favor of the parent st.ite.l Ii e.mild: not that he may; be able lo carry through lo the President that his duly was to ) Ll'l'l tXpt'"lt by Jamo A. lien lihtit, j;' decideel by the Superior Court of New all ;arms. but ii will take some veemcentrale iI

," the Missoun e principle in I : H>q., on Ils Iltiln. a committee was :! Yoik. deride, that he I them ;in Vera Cruz. Tb !
hare been known lu thu! -e who pri'si-le.luviM: compio'iiise ap- an (nllo: this war. lie (.Mr. )I..) was prepared appointed I goods lo shipped I i
r the destinies of the.oIoui-s iu the eventfulperiod : "Ii.ltill to the "'11'1),' to be acquired. to say as a Senator' that the Piesi- ) by the Chair to ii raft suitable' reso I i-o-tstwise, do not pa.s: from ,the contiol' of t then i is the difficulty of prvlhninlbelD
fn-e- eveuH, an will thus be make the lotions, bearing the testimony 1 (hose who Oiii> a fn\d..ys' are stored il
I 55 of transition (ruin lj.n.lige to \ presented enl ought to peace; upon pavement i .I i: a jobber till a bill of lading i is .delivered.though I provisions
which will employ all his attended the course of lectures to timea'reeabhe !I the, Ca tle. the gariison !
dom, that the natural: and i iiietiiaMe! rot.srJaences ;- powers.The or security for rte ildllliles due ; .. I I > receiving ordilaf
of liberating cuuijinUorj! labor' tvS tel rigiment bill was again the subject our f'itizrl', and the conces.iol of ihe 1 Rio and courteous manner in which I,I they meaty have been put on boarlI ( I their supply{ il-uly fwr the n]

to annihilate it altogether.! III.ft.tO", it era, of warm eliscussion. lo ..ail ihe Senate Grande; our boundary.. But the seine of] ihf Pi fe.ssor( discharged' ;iiis duly, and theperlet ':I,' of i vessel pursuant to order I French bar: ) Anais. with a aqoof.aru!

f ftly through .asi apprehe'n'uu: (if :hs: ron- upon its pass-ige.;' Gen.; Houston made ihe 1I"ph'a| opposc'd to the dismemberment ease and' ability) with which he ex- I I "lores, rva'ted I the blockade' IIJ gut

.X7quence that the plan of iiiireuttce-; : .hip \\ .If: a speech of ;1tlowll.dt.c ability in favor; I of lIexico-to the annexation' of any plaints d! 10 I them the principles of this new ct: The suit of Mrs. (Gen. Gaines. in I the -4ih; iihiinii. She brought fro,1 Lct-j

devised, in order that the plauhn': iii'mlii: nut: I of I!\olullecr sr stt'm. ; r. huntington part of her luriitory to this Union.If and interc.stiug' science.Whereupon I whirl she obtained a verdict of 517,000,000iu I don oie: hundred ail. eighty tons of Jpowder ".

be at once ant imneli: it, !\ d< pri""I.f the I p.ke against tie proviso; granting government vc acquired: I.xical territory., wesh"I.1 the Chair appointed the .. the District eif Louisiana, is shortly to au': alter landing; about rigltmru'

means of cultivating: their' .. Court of the
.;ji i a plau suffered a:7: early and! ;piem afire dc: ,,th. defended ihit I provision, pointing spoil! ; tie i'.aIt.Ould be transferred from wit : 'i Supreme (Castle! and bilged. Th"y expected tosanl

The term of appriMiiice-i, ;;p w s rut slu.1 r. to the fact. that iu the late w.tr the money Mexico the U. States. .J. A. Benhlot, Chair'n, I Rie-.hard [Haywatd. i!I United Stales, on an :lpleal.I I the rein-tinder of her cargo the paelahaving : 1

and the last vestige uf
  • :appc.ired bounty, besides a laud bounty of half a se'- :Ir. Mangiim iiitimaled a desire that: flue N. \-illial"oll. Dr. Jno. (;:llhil. liB b"1 well secured. It appears t '

    in the Hr'nisli c *1
    1838. Tlicn wag the lime l f'tr the 1 Imperid;; amount of 124: dollars.G the considfr.lill of tin; noval :and startling i iI j I W. .Ne-,1, Dr.V. R. Hay ward.: James Enquirer nominates, ; for the next Pn* idenf(' (ferlually.Midshipman.

    Government to have shown it.elf in the true: MI. Houston's motion to recommit We proposition presented to us to-day-(o annexa I., B. I Gamble! S. S. Sibley. Joh.i Daffio. Peter I Levi Woodbury. c.r New Hampshire ; I fofn. prisoner at t Veul

    character of protector' adtivr and fiiend. rcjt'eterl-ao(1 the bill was passed yeas 39. now world to the United States.: I He was 'I Graham.; J. H. Van Horn. J. B I\tene. VIC [President, Dixon'I H. Lewis of Al.i.{ 1'1 Cruz, is treated wil great kindness: lietjVega

    Then' was the lime fur (iieut: 1 Uiitamto InH: nays- 3-to wit Messrs. Cillcv, Ceirwin and) himself utterly opposed to the clisnl'"ber-i: }K. BettntrV.. S. Bogail t C. II. Bleiod, f promises Ii procure 'him hilil>er'J.'

    held forth alii-lpiug) 11llllh'iClil"1 she Davi ment of Mexico. I I1 I.J. IJ. \\hiellrsi., I Q:?' 'l. lJ.S. (Juzelte says :JL- Old, GOLD AND SILVKR.-Senator (t"rbab

    ; had sacrificed upon} the alter Ir a great t I'Iin- The Setinle was for some time engaged inHxecutivc Mr. Sevier WlslfIIIO press the bill le> an To nun milf(, on motion, I the Hickory that in his administration. made a [imposition m Congress to probh

    ciple. But the occ.hiul w is tint seen or : !session probably, upun some early vote. Calhouti thought Hose: wluld..I' Clnirmau, ;and Secretary were added. the* iiati'iu.il debt I the eXJlnatic.n; ol the precious m"I,11.dl.
    The Committee j was paid otf. 'Young r
    after
    ; taking; a short recess ing the United Stnle TV]
    understood ; or, may be. it wa- dmvganKd.Instead military appointments. \a' lo be sived)' affoiding Senators :iu opportunity r tit <
    I !ta't.t ICjU'IIIOW repotted the ing. resolutions' : j| ficlnry' is likely to boast eif hiving renewed I passes; Puenteacinnal.. Plan del Rio Ml]
    of aid, she! gave au ord<:T iu cuu tic il l lforbidding that (Col. \V'hl, eif the York to consider th'i subject. Mr. JJerrienmove ; I '10111
    her subjects lo procure from foreign Courier, who has htI'1 hete, for some time t to I post till Thursday next and 1. nl'II\'et, I li' thanks: of ,ihis i the debt, as: it i is likely, Ihil. with all the immense Clrr tordo. between Vera Cruz and t
    '
    shores the labor she l lii.l.l ,virtually; )" taken : soliciting a uiilit:'ry appointment, is lo li'nomiualed I Mr.J Seiver (IICIW'all'.1. for t the* liras and) .< meeting are due, :11,1 they are hereby ten- income of the nation, Mr. Polk will city Mexico, are to be fortified.
    na.y. lo Professor for the able: The a. I of authorising Hier
    away from their 0\1. Seized wine an as a Brig Idler General and my and the to 18. IJ'I'e. ;luc very in 1 ;49. leave the White Congress
    Irrvaile"- I ; House*, and
    impotent desire lo ab I him in ihe Capitol' at: Tallahassee*, lioinl debt of nearly' 5100.000,000." linly a b.,id messuic-we even sat
    out the globe she regarded with' an almost was wc'l :lh'is.a. said that the Colonel himself au amendment 10 the bill, declaring on may
    N, insane suspicion every vessel t that approached was not yet aware of the; decision. Col.Webb's ml\'fc it i is the sense ofConlrfsi that the war the subject" eif Phreno Miiemotcchriy. !hazardous. il tIle txrn'IH.since lhepopoj!
    2. Resolved, That we take in The Memphis commercial of the 13th lion is so low in the seal of inehhihenerVrat !
    the African coast. Negro and' slave, to :appointment \illJe I for the volunteer with Mexico ought not to lie pleasure I I
    the apprehension of the Colonial um:.. aida *. I with an view to the pr'WCUI'c nllrconI being able to lecommend him as a gentleman instant :says : .\\.e saw colon yesterday her i..lrucinn. that; the influence of!tb|

    the morbid imagination of L ird 1'ahucrtnn, It is supposed that five Brigadier Generals quest )that Republic ; that this and : schol.ir I ih: i we have been hauling from the country into the city on 'I Clergy is immense. With i ignorance ;ast
    I :1\'t'rn.
    were terms synonymous. For ihree long will be appointed for the Ten RegimenlsofIlegulais ment desires to maintain peaceful relationwith greatly !lllrio'd. as \\.I as highly edified. sleighs 4 bal-s i rl..CUI and. superstition the lever. ]
    load-this
    at a is rather
    t- and the I that i ion General for Mexico that' this is and the runes* of lectures bilious Priest will find it no tlaliculttaske|
    years more .1..11 prulilJitiul was : a I a Brigade of ; government ready 1.lruCet.
    he .. let In- footsteps unusual here. \Ve should also. lopple! duwu the fairest designs ef then|
    continued in full !. At I'nlh. December. Il'o'Regiments according 10 the army rule. to make peace, : with Mexico on terms mu ,1lli\t'p'c-tc presume
    JA:1 poor justice But for the Volunteers, a Brigadier: is appointee molly favorable t., both parties ; that the; t lead him W hlr r > may, he willIl- rather unusual anywhere. else. lightened Legislator. The prrhinmiaa!!

    was extorted-from a new Government dehirous ] for every Brigade: In consist of threeRegimeMils. boundary of Texas ought to be definitely ways bear with him our best :ood wishesfor step to .< terrible collision between | ;

    of popularity. Immigration' S thenceforward As yet, we hear of but two settled, and provision made by the Republic his success ill lie work in which he is THK HOMK JOURNAL FOR 1847.-There Goveriiinenl and the m.I..oes. it appearsbi

    permitted from Europe: ; but Africa, gentlemen who are to he nominated as of Mexico] for the prompt adjustment of now c'lafd. :s unflagging in this attractive and beauti alrcadv bern taken. All the churclus bin !

    still remained within the charmed line that Biigadiers under the Ten Regiment, Bill, the just claims ol our citizens against that 3. lcol\'d.! That ue are perfectly satisfied ful family newspaper. All the numbers lint mourning. .

    55. the antislavery mania; had :11flpICt to lei wit : (General: .Aaron Ward, of New York, le pUIiIIt : tll. SI.ifl draw a boundlc.ss tnl'l of continent. and (ien.. Cad\a 111er! of Should this amendment succeed, it will so .strengthen I the memory" that by very lit- present year are of high hider eif .
    PhiIJelphia.- :11) UCMAN number of :
    Tnt: A
    This small rela"tiul. Iww"H'r. was of apiece General Ward was distinguished as a compmy predlcp: question about die cxlen.illl i lip practice, all historical, ge-ogiaphical, and merit, and richly deserve the; encomiums i BUlT jy.icasts Got 4
    ) ol the of musket baj s
    '
    > with the original nictiou. The inhabitant officer: in the war of 1812 and IMS slavery. political facts may; easily be acquired! and they every where receive. Morris "ni Willis iheplace where progress they w.relir.tlorlgedbail.

    of the ., cool notih" w.is sent to since been a member ed" Cunllss. and a The House was chiefly engaged l to d"y. retained. :are really: at home now, and Home V''!
    languish under burning suns .""I.lle of malignant Major] General uf New York mililii. Gen. in the ,lisClsiol of the Civil: and Diplomatic 4. Resolved', That the proceedings of Journal is, without dOlbl. the best been observed by military surgeons.
    : ; paper have heard: of a remarkable case, wbn
    : 4 fevers, that the baibarinn; denizen Cadwallader is supposed lo military Appropriation Bill. The debate look : this meeting hr siI1 by ihe Chairmanmd they ever edited. It ; to be their very
    I''s''s. appears the musket ball struck the forehead aba
    + a ; '' the torrid zone might escape the fh.lolW of talent. Both are f'n' r .: i intelligent ,- the general complexion, of ihe debates al: : Secretary, and al the papers publish"d pride and week after week they are givingus
    .1. t he and divided into balift
    the fetters of bondage UU'Hlr.ts of Eug : nit.n. The; former is a elemocl'at11 this Sr>si'rn. The war topic in its various iu this City be requested lo publishthe a broad and ample sheet, 'well stored nose having: two
    one half round beneath theskio. f
    3 '' lish gentlemen Creole .fulill.'sef:; the latter a "Iii aspects: is ihe topic of I the Session. same.On with literary gems, and in typographicaldress tent
    : : the right -i i.I(le, and the other the tell,3t|
    pauperized, or made; to snuggle with bitter The Secretary of the Treasury has, today The remains eif Lieutenant Graham were : motion, the meeting ihen ;adjourned. surpassing, : beauty. All that talent, : ;; in contact with Ihe on skull. We

    adversity in order not lo shuck the peculiar sent into the Senate a project for in- interrfdlo.cav. at 11 o'clock. The funeral THUS. BROWN. Chair'n. tact, and unwearied industry: can do for a vin-ing
    ask readers the
    not believe
    sympathies of certain MMitimental l philan e-reasing the f'V"IIIt. in compliance with was strictly 'ate at the request of his D. WILSON, Sec'y.The valuable and i most delightful public jour our to l'oelC
    edition of this fact that the half
    thropists. Nor did the order ol" 1g43, permitting Mr. Cameron's resolution. f11iy. A bat talliono1 troops 'formed a part nal: is done for this ; and Ihe'vc'r} moderate two b
    immigration from North America Ho .states: that ihe revenue under the ,ftl funeral pru('essi0uinfavor eif Lieutenant o- first steam vessel built in this price at which it i is publishedonly( two dollars lets met again:: behind after having, I psi'need
    I the circuit of h" head in opuaitedittt
    % place the colonies in a better situation. Indeed tariffed 1646 i is increasing; in reim'iarisou, Boyle. Capt. Walker of Texas, led country for the purpose eif regularly cioss- a year; ,) wil soon give i; the wil.spr.ulpopuhlrilJ lions, and', advancmg with ditttir
    if remember tint order was with the fur the column, well mounted, iu full uniform : ) a slightly
    we right, revenue a corresponding period all ing ihe Atlantic was launched: : at New York circulation it so preeminently isheil force united
    never carried oui.. The first real; and sub- under the old tariff. Tie increase gauullctled up to the elbows and deserves.-[AT. Y. True Sun. .lt kiec an Ufo
    on Saturday ihe 30th ii it. The Washing.ton mite man who stood tb ; but d
    gtantial boon wag that: conferred in July from December I st. 1846: to January 23d. made a soldier like appearance. way
    fact ul'time oft>
    1.84.. which opened the I'asler: comment 1847. i88700OOO over ihe amount yieldedby ," for such i is her name, will ply between THE STEADIER: ALBAXT.-This splendid. half iu opposite bullet directions, and the advance is uoquestio>*

    $, planter theVCII.l ; but even this the old larifFiu, ; he same period, ending FORQKRY AND SwiyDu G.-A man who New York and Bremen. Passengers for boat the pride of the Flint, arrived at Tilt's bl -.

    ; l measure care '1 late that few of its advantages January: 23d. 1646. signs himself JAMKS: DILLON. Iris. we un England and France will be landed at Southampton Wharf: for the fisrl lime this season, on The singular of musket
    hare yet been made available. ; and it Therefor*", as a general) rule*, he does not been driving quite a business with progress a bol
    derIlt. last
    bringing
    whence they will be I Tuesday : : freight of 700 bids from the forehead to ihe throat has
    [ |i. not unlikely that the experiment we an !look for au increase eif revenue b)increasing some emr m.r.lanls. by gelling geioils f.warpclu principally hardware and groceries: to uur recorded Dr. At the b'

    I nounced-on Friday; will (for the most pan duties. upon orders' purporting to be given h His LunloI by railroad, or lo Havre or Paris city merchants, and planters iu the cemntrv. battle of by Fielding.in mat the
    ) the
    But he in addition to the Honor the H. 1\. BURROUGHS. We steamboat. She will be Newbury, time
    proposes a duty Mayor, by ; ( ( Griffin *
    supersede. 'lllmandeIIIJ 'apt deserves much praise; for (he wars, a medical shot ,.
    r; : AVith respect to the abstract question oft present ad valorem duly, of ten II'1 cent on have: not learned e-fthe extent of his success, Capt. Hewitt well known as the formercommander taste he has displayed in filling the the right The gentleman skull was fracture
    up
    colonies the iron and its ufirtitr'es coal and but have told of three in which pas eye. was; ;
    Introducing into our tropical man on certain hi'cl cases: ,, : For
    eif the Havre packet ship Utica sengers'cabin. elegance comfort and the place but the cou
    ; though surgeon
    r free and willing inhabitant of Africa (the wnolleitii not costing: moic Ihan four he pocketed the spoils. In one instance he convenience the cabin ed" the
    seethe beneath
    only difficulty J that surrounds the subject is dollars: a !square yard ; five per cent, on certain obtained a suit of elolhes: in another, a :11 wilt depart on her first voyage the first equalled by few and surpassed by Albany no boat is wound pulsation the bullet oC the had brain turned
    ,
    t' the i impossibility "of petting! at the real ob. cottons, ; ..per cent: on sugar silver watch and in the* third a fine goldwatch. eif March next; Souih yet 10.'
    'erne lttK'c upon our western waters. Her boilers side and could be discovered.
    not Vjf.bones
    t x lection* to it. .No one yen superficially acquainted &c. This schedule will, as In- estimates' &eThe amount of his "pickings"in ; are sound, and her engine works wound'

    4 a with pur sugar colonies IuteIJ. produce the sum' of Sl.4tB.000. He proposes these erases alone must) have Ilel'l something ; 0:7': The first of i line of steamships between She* was detained here but iwo finely., mouth were discharged nostrils.At .-from" 'the
    1838. a ol' eludes em e-eriaiu ii out like one hundred and sixty eir New York and htll .fullhe
    to deny that since ihe "ear d'c'J'c seventy New Orleans is now left on Thursday afternoon with 828! bales the lime of the second battle of X**
    utensil, which will increase the revcnc to dollars. \Ve need hardly that the orders '
    f '4 way im'been. an.c1.5u11S, most seriously say in course of construction in the former cotton and eight passengers. Success to bury, the wound healed, and could pot *
    4G that the the amount eif () were and that the valuable
    finis quite say 855.IOO.He the boat and her
    defcient. h enough and insists original recommoda- has disappeared He i is 'represented city. She is in be called the .United 1 worthy proprieinrand com kept open; but about twelve years 11
    were numerous IJnlllhe' CISIOIP manner say and we hope ihe h- wards when the in
    :; : euough when working; with the lion of twenty per cent: on lea and coffee as rather a short man, thick set, and States," will be 250 feel iu length, and 1850 far distant: when\e. the day not doctor was riding a.P
    strong waters of the datk (
    Flint he le(1
    felt l
    1 night,
    : 'shacklci pf a slave must and ought to be which will give 82,500,000. A like of florid complexion, easy in his manners, tons burthen. ) be made a pain on th. r'Y"
    r'h>..:; T_, .h31 navigable at all seasons of the his head about the almonds of tbeF

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    which=; -occa\ilneJ a p4r1utiC.liflCSi. Ihv- EXPO P1TS. WnOLESALE PRICES CURREXT.AR'rlCLES. I I Land Sales. DE-NI Nl'S & DISBROW, No- 83 Pearl street, U. T:! ?

    let'' lili ear with ..orsI, he W3\ stir GENOA-Per ship Constellation bales T N pursuance of legal authority -he subsciber opposite Peail Street House, sign of the S. Mall ArraB&e81t.f'

    '"0 sto I in Marcli: 1070. by a sudden! Co tton. D. C. D c. I[ J. will offer for sale at public auction, at the II Padlock." THE Steadier AUGUSTA, P.
    f'ri..ed one day of LIVCEPOOL-Per. bark Mer c-1325 bales B AGULKentitcky.... i'i '|Court-house ,I N. McLean. Muter[ will leaf
    in 1siear. when 3111hat stile .yd a 12 of Madison county between the E. ROBBINS 131 Pearl: street. _

    i f'utTorcrack hung loose, s if it )had been para- I cOlon.PfT.hir Harriet Rockwell-1530 bales cotton. ) '. ... ... 16 a 17 I I hours of ten and I Iwo o'clock, on the 13th day of E nw. HiNT. 20 Plait street, corner of Gold Apalachicola every Tuesdajn4

    iI his chttk fell undt"r tile I NEW YORK-Per bark bakscotton. Pe.t.nllt.d a 13 jMaynet I the lollowing tracts ol land 10 wit : Agent for HUNTS' Douglas Axes and Tools. Saturday at 10 P. !
    knot MagdaIa-761 BALE
    bard %vts ROP Chattahoochee
    : ... III
    an.1 KpnllJcky. 5
    I eJ. a Iholl I Itbe t a 6i I The SE i <.f section -,'3. WoiarE .GILLESPIE, 1J'J Pearl &trei-t. every Monday and Thursday at
    t
    arpealell ; N urlherrJ .. 12 ?vI.
    Ibllanilld. She will
    ;ar "arious tumors now the bullet Per brig R C FMi T-521 baltc cotton. ..,.. ...Ib TheS W j of st'clinn24. In Township No. J. A. L. HLSTED & SON, 7 Piatt stret-t. Cheap ajso make-weeklllnpllo Bainbridge -
    1672 and Port
    a Jaclnnn.
    in \uu't, } Leave
    t1roT and BAITIlHE-Per bark arah SbeaiT-1173 TheN W J of section 25 No fur Cash Bainbridge eU1 ,I
    (
    the ba! nrrEAD. Xa\"y.... ... .. .CWI 3i a 5PIIOI. Range 7, S & E. only. Wednesday
    ,-alii tckp.n; o"t' of the Ihroat: lIear pomum \ :culln.EW ORLEAXS-Pcr IsabeIhs-2O3ba1cs .. ... .. ..Cwl 5 a 64 The N E J of section 2G. J IlIllOI"el'sor ; and CoachHardware. Sunday night night. Leave PortJackson tTery I

    .4dami.-Frads ,11'gnr. cotton.Pet Lng C OFFEE. Rio, .. ... .. ...11, S a 9! The F. J ol < ectio-i 1 Township J. R S, S & E. .
    Ilavand .. ... ....Ih a I The W | f section 0, J. R 9 JOHN Every atten'ion will be paid to the tafely and
    _
    schr VAN _
    bale Pearl
    : NEST 114
    -::-::- Elz Iht'th-2:1 !cotton. .. .. .. .. On sOrt ci. comfort of Passengers, and strict
    MARRIED, Java. lb )1O& a 13 I the ISth d.sy of May at theCourt-hcu r.f ABRAHAM attention to any
    C.DLES. .. .. ...Ib I VAN NEST 22 Pearl street opposite business confided to the
    Rev. 8jt'rm. 30 a 35 JefTersm comity'the _Captain Clnlcts( lb.
    ilh in-t. by the following tracts will be of
    ie : Plait
    ; POI .
    8anJoirt'\.t'oil1 CORDH.iE. .. ..Ib
    On Iamlld. a 12 fe red for s.de. VI7. Dec.20.'lS4&
    George MoniUwf, Mr. CiisisropiiER HOLDERMAXRf !U1RINE IN'rELIJIGENU Hemp.. .. ... lb a 12 The W of : W. J BUCK Extensive Manufacturer and Im1 .
    | 13
    sec
    Mci.!.. Tltrred..lb a 12 } p" ter, 2 J'J Pearl -treet For Liverpool. .
    to \lis; U lCft s: CIDER. .. ... The E j of sec 11 1, V In Town. 1 S, Range 5 E. SMITH THE _
    Id51 lire 91h in..I by the POUT orlh..rn. .bbl 600 a WRIGHT &, Co. 123 Maiden Lane. ; superior British ship ,JESSUf
    OF .. The Si _
    011 Tut"da e\.t"nlO APALACHCOI..A. February 13. I)O.1ESTIC GOOD ol see 31. ) s.tt'rn OIiver_ mad"r "'" .1.. .... L.It. b

    \. J r J.G.IY. CoJ.' WIU.IAM H. UeGUES to )11 s Brown Sisirtings..d 5l a 71 TheN & of section tit Town. 2, Range 5, S & E. Importers Dealers in French Ci''f 500 bales' 'cotton'for the above ;4 1

    JAVE C PI.EPGK. AIWI'EU.F.h Sheet in;!...rrl 8 a 10 i On the 2.lh d.IY ol iMav. at the Court-home of port. For trejghf,apply to ,

    wine. en the 26ih ultimo Mr CAS- 8-Schr Ferdinand Lnghton fm N Orleans. Ticking .. ... .rd Hi a 16 i Gad" en county ihe following tracts will be of : and English Drugs, Chemicals Feb6 : ,.
    Also b.the Schr Frank, Kendrick, Itn Kindlon, Ja. Cntton.t,.. .. ..yo 1-1 a 22CalicnPritfle..d i fered for sue, viz : Essential Oils, Ac. J DAY A CO: II'I :
    Hon to Mi s CATHARINE SMIUER. Feb 9-Bark Baltic. Saunder-, fm Boston. 25 JOHNSON Moir For Boston ,
    PAR 61 a I In Township 3 North 3 E& TAYLOR SI Maiden Lane.I11)1)Ote1S with despatch.
    .. .. .. -- -- Bark Carlo, Tilhh! h.H. fm Bo.-ton. Kentucky Jean,.. ....d 25 a 55 Fraction il Rang West. THE ".ijj;>erior fast sailing .
    . Section ship W.
    Feb 10-)Brig G B Lunar, H:iyf fm Galvceton. I L})UCK. R'iis..d is a 20 5. .Ul of Section IS, VERLlSu.ith. it
    j
    and '
    All
    "COMMERCIAL."COTTON Feb D YES 'I rl Section 7.-\\J nf" 22 Wholesale Dealers masterill sail II
    11-Schr Mount U"il. tm New Logw'd. Campeach. .Ion -
    Brghtman. .ibove. For
    .. S i & N W in pasagp, apply to
    .. -' .'-- Orleans. St Dumilln..IOIJFa ) } section S, All of" 23, Drugs, Paints Oils, Jan 23 'to
    . '-On Tuesdd)', Wednesday and Thurs- Steamer Augusta, Jordan fm Ch U.hoochft. Iic.... .. ... .. Allot Section 13, All of 21, Dye Mulls and Chemicals. D D WOOD & CO.

    for with sales Steamer Cham, ion, Cadwalldder.fm Columbus. Indigo.. .. .. ... ...ton100. a All of" n, HAVILANP, K..SE & Co Maiden Lane. For
    daytlher"J was a fair inquiry cotton bteitmer n'IOI.10100., fm Columbus.Steamer : LOUR, S orlh..rn, .. ...hhll 675 a 7 00 In Township Nmth.. Ran; e 4 West BOYD & PAUL, No. .1 Liberty sit-tt near Maiden THE Baltimore.
    r of, 5W to 800 bale a da)'. Yesterday the market I Charleston, F'tf'man. fin Columbus. \\'etern,... ... 5 75 a 6 (no All ol Section 17, I All 1.ae.: tat suling scho. ncr JULLi

    was quiet' and ales very l.ght-to-dav. there is ro.mpwmsnt !I Steamer, Mary A Mo.re, :Moorefm Geoigetown.Sieamei F ISH. ... ... .. ... 250 a 40 Fractional Section 2''), I| A Section 30, !l."SKELt.IfRRICK, Xo. 10 Gold street (five i ...lz2t0t the GiSdfn.above tr.asfer, nil hare .
    Emil No ... Fi-r
    Limit, Columbus. Mackerel a 1200 rnrr. d., k
    , in the de.mmJ. The transitions On Ihe 31.t day of May at the d";.or. fromIald..n Lane. AUo Irfiirf.t
    Court-house ) Agents lorsHerllJalJufdl.tllrr oMv
    I' of a, [ to
    Steamer IVvtoni, Gieer, fin Columbus. Ko.2..hlll 600 a 700 I' py DOL'CH JL I R.ITT
    rt r which have taken place have been at about old SteamerKnfauta<( ) fm [b'ufaula. I' X o. 3.. ... 5 110 a 600 Jackson county, the following tracts will be olfercd '- of Chemicals: I lIenri lt'j __.J:'h J4 4/J n..ft.r "trf"t'l.,

    thbonsh to-day purchases have been madeat Steamer Albany. tlifn Thnml'fn, Albany. I IEflflING. .. .. ... .. box 100 a I for sale, viz: I Jujube P ste, &c. .

    prices. off. We Q'1Utf' ill accordance with the talestoday. F RUIT. Almonds. .. .. .. .11 In Township 5 North Range 11 I We t. j I10.DLF.PHFLP! & Co. Importers and Whole. J. Flynn, j(

    Jc and Fa.r. at licFltElrwrsA CLEARED.Feb Rai ,,. .. .. ... 275 a 300 All ol Section 1. S J and N W J, and ) I ale Dealers in DrlIl. lcinf'S. Chemicals' (lAt r CL.1RK- "

    Good Middling at 101 6-Barn Madala, Dodge for New York Prunem. .. .. ... lb 20 a 25 SjandN E { of Sec 2.V i of N E }, f Dve SluR, paiuJi ard: Oil, 142 Water strett.OLCOTT BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
    for New ,
    IFS l'JC8 taken .. .. ...
    bns by ;. ) 16 a 18 S E i:: |101 Section 3, Section \fcKF" sG:; SC'o.. 127 Maiden Lane.
    21.
    for Providence at IJc.NJL'AauS' Dudge.Prat Fig!... .. .. .. ) CONTINUES fo rn this "Uoti.?
    birks carry
    N
    York at le. and tl o rMnp Ctlldldtln, Flitner, for Genoa, by L I !, .. .. .. drum700 a J of co .j, S W J of I Section 22, IsvRF.cE; io KEKSE 121 Maiden Lai.e. red m Aualachirtla:r* rii4,
    iu "rp'S" fr*-"?hl8.' vessels: loading ob- Fred l L Dugas.FeblOBiig. Wi.&WjofNEj S hall ol I II. H. SCHIEFFLIN & Co 104 and lOG Jol.n st. + < be.
    : F UllS Ollpr.... .. ... ... .. 4.2 23, !hw the City H'M on Cflltre'rtd..
    iiiTi II.16J- Vessels still CO.liOue'ery scarce, York bv n C Fisher, Conklin for New FIATIJEHS.. ... .... .. ...111 and W J ol S E S&N 1V.Sec2I, WM. BURGFR, 5U aid: ;.2 Cortlandt street. Iljvmz superior ?Pork,, he
    Mnle in disengagedye. Dodge JrotJ : G LtAIN Odl .. ... .. ...bu".h i5 Sictiora 6. S All Section en M
    toe";nl't bms a one port Sclir Elizabeth :. a 25, confident; that all who patronize
    --.---. ------'-.-' -.-- -.--"----- -. '-"- Feb 11-Bit i I !, for New Orleans. Corn. .. ... ... bush fi2 a 6J2M All 'I Section 7. I All r.f i< 20, Importers and Dealers in French thdt they have called} at may fhe t.im will fir,.lt
    -
    Mat I M
    = the for X n
    : ; I.lwla. w 5, Orl.ani. ... ... .. t : shop. Frenrh
    L .. ...
    ''iSS. box 300IIA SWp.WtlfSEI.
    -STATEMENT.Stock r..I. a } AIof.I! and
    COTTON Bark Uiiglish Calf Skin Morocco
    Glass ,
    Mersey, | J l Hay k Co China and Patent Leather B .
    f..r..1''I'unl. Y.... ... .. .. .. ...cwl 100 a 125IILES Section S, All of. 2i"i! ct.mr
    ir. Baik *? ., I and Earthenware.RicnnDl hoei rr.lde foonJtr f th '
    S.lr.tl hol Baltimore by I t: ? latest and .
    10I mostar-
    luol -'o'pt. 1, H t6.( 13- 3 -1 Cha- { \ Urreri..n 3. a 3 E I of S \V I, Scc 9.11 of_ .I '
    I on JU
    , 1' priced stvle. He
    Dry country, .. ...Ib 6 a rw of HAVILAND, No b2 Maiden Lare, wilfal*) fctfj" on hand a Iuj; "
    Hunl laCe bt Stpt. -)5 lOt) Fi-b 12-Wnp! Ilirrirt' Borkwll. Gcrrit-h, for 1 ioN, EIIisn: ,. .. .. .. ..111 4i a 5 I J Section 10, All of" 30, i, above Poatl.TRERE ; aid s tectd[ a.urtl1.t'nr( d' fortify Made Ptarf.a.

    ee Li\'erlool. .I}rimiv'c ( ,' Sw..des... ... ... ...11 5 5Jloup. NWfcSEofSecl2| } All of" 31. & COKLIit Pearl Cc- Shoes and JJr<. 'M. All felJdf .
    Sdivs.. ... .. 4.70" a I E street corner jr .- &".. du...
    .
    Received 1".1 --. I ni N W Sec
    .. .. ...i,26: -'-- --- - ------ : .. .. .. .. ...Ih a 8 J. 11 1 J. 1 All of" 32. : er.lies Slip. with neatne-i and pr"rr.pfilude, and MI tt-ln.. d
    pl etuU:4ay I'at.tl.- 63E 5S.7tli'rl : LIsT OF VESSELS IX POIiT. Sheet... .. .. .. lb, 8 a 10 E (,f Set I ion 1-\ f.f" 33, S. & E. \'ILLETS.11.J'aler rrpotIIESRv that cannot tail to he itcojjnised m

    " d pt:1 dave ... .. .5.064 SHIPSJessie. Nail :.. .. .. .. \ 64 a 7J I IAIII'f"' n, AII"f.a 31. : W. HADDOCK & Co. 71 l John treet. with the competitrn in trade aul as the clloser.cltj ktei.int!

    .. Vrt\\ou.ly ... ....l't.7) U Oliver G79 ton, for Ln'rpool. loading- CiI ling. American..lb -I I- 6 All (.f" JS, All (,f" 35. : SIMFON D. SKILLEN, 11)1 U'attr street G doors c..f the times.Apalachicola.. .
    .. .. 217c ; J ln-! X- Co LlJ\InEH- Allot f ly All u
    Jo Total ; 2V v3EiPOHTS of 33. j below Wall &ticet.Manniacinrers. Octl.her
    Je \\ d\rly. Miiith. 519 tons, for Uoslln. loading- Boards.. White Pin")1 All (.f 20, I 31. 4' -Cm

    On, Ii.fld .lUd iO ;!tlt' I'I.1Td 111'1 claared.: !t,I l a 2iS!9; J B 1 Wood c CoB Yellow .. .\17(10 aOOOIa't's. In Tov\nsliip 4 NoVth.Rar.ee 7 West. I' Apalachicola- --
    J
    VUQT'ES.llobrit .. ... ... ... ...\1 of c\ cry descrip Echauge.
    I AP ;HIC'A I \\", tt, johnn.91 tens for White.. Oak I1ad1112 00 a ALL Fractional, Section 1.I'I I I fractional Secli.n 21, I tion of StranBositiets, and THE subscriber in loin* In* frirufo
    OF COTTON F30M 1I\'rpool. 'I 1,1 t SeC't(Ion I
    1 jn Idll-ldl. DJV\-OJI vV Co 1".Jdiu;. .. .1\\ I Dealers M i and the public genfr.il. thai he has be,
    I.Q (0.1111':11:1I..t SILIII!.'-r. lS W-and :,ii1aeZUflt <.I'I"a"r.: -P'II..r u".
    iti h Ij. Wdl'iq-J Paw A; CoBiltc I Slicer. .. .. ... .. lb 10) a 12 I T :: N, R 10 Vest l : N i ar.d S W I. and E i of I and l'aha Leaf known hi UM?, and will be well .) I

    IIe -=- -=- P j..i-1pii\ : :- 1.41: >.i'iid.'rj: :JD5 ton, fm Bo-ion waiting | :LDJE. .. ... .. ... ...bI! 115 a S E J, Sec G.11 f.l f Section 11. I Slats.LE any of the tiavellmg I'll'sl'd to tntriUiu .4 'f

    II'i \ a MI, ;:. 'I.v u: Ft .-... ".4v-ittlV;' "fllfAI'J.a,( 11 M.i-ter ICL.ES. X. 0. ... ... tll 3t a :33 T/e.s..ldl.d.splecletl l\.r. the Stale many ears : AND & M ELLEN, 171 1 Pear!, corner Pine st. him with their rurr.mniuty anl'nll lhat may lavor
    ' Carlos, Tiliiha-t,32J! : ton=, fm waiting NAVAL STOIIES. Pilch.... bit I 200 a 250) s ince and 1.irag in :'JoH.v C. HE.MSFRSON & Co. 170 Pearl custom al-o accommo.
    iTrTTTTTT. ... .. .2 .. .. ... .. ... .. :. ... I I.tI'i I- .. -.Master Okum.baI.-Rotin a .j (no) vei\ valuable.: I I SAROM ic ARCHER 151 Water trert supplied with always; be
    .hbl .
    ; 150 2111) genuine liqutr* rl the .
    - : : . .. .... ... .. I J rrlrc.G ... a ( ) TEUMSOnefaur1i[ : cash and the other 'WILLIAM I'. U HITING & I'o 12-2 Pearl str et. quality. ch ( 5t
    ..' ... ... ... .... : : :4! . B 1ln .r. H.yei, 2rj.Jtnii-, fm G.ln'on. v. ait- Tar. bb'l' a :3005 t hree. .I"IJrlh ira EIJV.-ARD BRIDGE: Co. JOhN P.T RIIJGF!
    .t i 1 NAI1 ... ... .. .. .. It I .30 5 on I three eq'.mI] ati'.ual in-stalmpnt, & lu.' Pearl and GO) Cea- Ji\rhirol.; XoJ'
    -tl'rCiait'l. a I, 1SI J
    an .. ... ... .. ... .. .. ..01.,. .OlIT ... 1.t illi
    ai KII / ]:. OILS. Lin'f'.d.. .. .. .. .11 HI 12; i.-.fere.-t'rom t lie date of>l sale payable % (r-trL. :s.
    "lk. Koffprs A Co. a I an- I
    tlvr, ''is., .... .-. . .::. .-:. -- .l rpp..irilg-Ch.ts : -) ( '.. .. ... ... 12.) a I Sit rill ,dl l k' m advaticp ; the p'irrl-a- to give bond!, ;i' :I.ls."ar & Co. C2 Ctd.r street cr osite Marshall House.HAVtNG .

    Tiui 1 !r.. F.r. t'.Ht. .2 aZ 5 --.t, :il.t; ,. ._,' .('.I t I i'prrn... .. .. .. ..:111, I 12 a 1511I ) I '.\ it It approved! : secuntv ; tr if ) P.-IIr.t ( ... taken the above
    r t bm
    u'fm : : : {c-: At a nJ"li, fit f ApiUclucnIa Fire Engine L.,rd ... .. .. ... any pure.ahail -( r .,
    N-w vtrt: .321 .."> $".} .:-'!4' .7.J.>i iI'l in.iI.l.il ( ,' :, I ga; too a 'ii pivli-r 1 I" pay up the whole price in ca>h. a Wholesnio Dealers in Fur, Silk f lihmer.t, (ftortr..rlyrmlread\ Hotel -
    i; l.1aI" ... .... .. .. .: .. .t.).. .in .i I. twlo at the l.aaIfl: "* Ilo'ise nnTW'I..j .r.lnner" ... .. .. o1lC"tnr. I discount shall l he allowed[ of five per cent on the aaitl IVool Hats and fetra\v m: ; ; ; ) I am "ow tavin.jt atly filled
    ,J : . . : 'iy: evi-nins. Ffb. 11 I, 147 ilie folluwiti .. .. . ... al 1 75 a 200 k&I
    . ,
    1 r'.I1.I .. ... .I I! : .I L2 ;71 ; ciuJit) jMsrjlmei. Goods of ; UP So that J It.lY be able to make
    PROVISIONS Pork \le9[ .. .hhl,13, all Kinds Caps of : ;
    13
    on : Sal
    a
    r- and Rt !
    : J! ':, .s4 .. Ij".IIII! .'olutioiiwere presfiitfd, and JOHN CEARD all who call comfortable, and flatter
    !. Ihi.i.u.r-! 1170 I 117 I, .122 I of Mr] M.O..Iblt200) a 12'0 every tlc cl'iltioU. r.,\-.tlIIf.; the
    on iii'.noi: hope that
    duly s Rf-gi-tcr rf Public F Lands tl.we ho
    '
    were tor the v call
    c'ndtd.
    1.Ildt Primp. bh'a 11 50) Svvirr & I
    HunLDfT
    New Hrl-ans. 513 .2IS .57.VJ: '. .1311; 1 I l'iij; ; Waft r lrcet. be tr.duml may
    itd ()tII.rart., .. ... . .12 .126.!. '1'.tlu.u.ly adopted : Bacon" ll.ttm.I' ... ... .lb 8 a I k State (.f Florida. DEAFER, CLARK & Co. Ci n.i-ion;j :fHch.r.tsd S I Stages to continue their patrona f'. The 4
    > : this ha cdn\'a"sl'd, .Ih 9 a 12 T:1lIIIa: o((. Feb. G. IS 17. feb13. fl-3m. I all stop with KC, and in the absence of
    Tllrtll'.t..I\.j' -.p .;, -2!.H.) )i7 UI I iiTi'I .1.1T ; ; in\'llr"a Iht 1 rj>ort of umpinv th.E; 1 i;iurs. H'/'n pir.ijr.iph with rpgr al-,S .44 Sitft'' .. .. ... lb 6la 7 n' ? Dealeis! in*, Bo'-r::. rt-, I'IILE.at! Leh' rn, either cf. them n ffpf'rs who ftnn n..' _:ii /
    ---- '- 1.1'
    iT.t-n4u:" .: .. .21777. 259-'": IM (hl? ihiaConijuny as in tit--I- of triaubor- Shllllld.ril..l Sla t 6 XEW YORK1S17.SPRINGGOODS.. t"maraal'r. t R. En.h! ard I v\i a (.1 tItt-; Caps, wet with no dctrntion. as private't n-; ;;
    iih- -_.- _..:_ ,, .liai.mtioti- 0 LAnD. .. .. ... ..11 III a 't'; No. &j IVjrlMf, oppp-ite Ptarl Street 'an b ? had by application ,
    hid 11,. it thT'-fop' Tint: Ikn :rt. .. ... .. ...I It! 20 a 23 1 1tu-e. "I to me. .The Eastern
    P.\, -E"\I:: i Ins. 1 all r.oh'pl."f .thie C< mp: ny CIIFf-P, .. .. .. .. I!!, 8 a 9 Hibboizs Straw GomlsI.tificial ae arrives ouJIondavs, Wfdnesdavs and Fri-
    t'.r .fl'loll II"/n': | 4CI)Jig c .nlrtry) to th}I P .. .. dJ-'. at 7 o'clock, A. -., and departs MoVtdnesdavs
    le lt"'T1.r.I I-I.-\tr F.1\'o'l, ltdrl"li. i Cu armr'rs. .. ... "hl I 50 a on -
    ."ltt"T'IIIJrs I $t 'U' lit \i--, Rirkv.: \Is.- \\\..;; ;i. :, S 011:1:4"-: : Hi< > Council, anJ the orJr.of PEA IJT .. .. .. .. ..''HI h, 55 a THE und..r-igned. Importers JoShers, ar.J JOHN Flowers, &c. d.t;.,, \ and Fridays, at S o'clock rX '
    be I Iwlr, : ... ... .. U'h-.It-sale. De.ili.r-i C. IIr.VDfR-o.\: ic Co. I 170 PearL (( M. The Northern Stast-
    M'S II HIt-1; ht.lr.L4U' t.J C... 'Ur Jr"r. I'fsnlvf.l, Tint vv j luve at h"ld ... .llJl 64 a in the City ot New York, in departs immediately af
    - ... \\ t\ .tl'r"i our- -PlClS. C4'ta.. ... .. WILLIAM. WHITING & Co. 122 l Pearl s.'rcet.Wholesale terMine the arrival cf $
    0d 0111I".r. 1 HIli!. \\1'.r .1'O.IIU' -.'1.,.- ili.rct! ; /ti.! ord/r-1 I EI.ill'tr'h"n! ': ... Ib: 45 a \'IlIlle aitentioii ot Buyers to the extensive and I the'F.a..tern. and. returns the
    '> p'n. It fl (Ydry.: A.I 1!; 1.lnC; T I J I. HI j C1 Ic. orl'rdid: not th! !(coinlict wita liiel .1)l'VL." ', f'l \"&". "". "" "." I 3-1 a .'ft, vjrit-ci a-Mirlment of Stocks; with which they are dav, at 5 oclf.ck: P.1.. The Western

    \1it..tii.! A I IJ) S 11lfI._ r -111'1'I f I'. .I S P-tr.tlll.. I. :Ii Ir"Inuc"" I..h." I Gir.gprrfluI, .. .. :bI 9 a 10)'a prepared to supply the dema'd; lor the coming I Dealer in Palm Leaf \I.t t' arnve.-here in time to take the Eastern.

    tore ( l It hr..f\'. \ ';r. :'2rv. \\- I' J), :il'1"ua. W VtiPtJJfr \V :V>>' .d.| Til it tii i.iltllinl that tin< Corn- Jround.. .. .I\I 11 a 121 > aritig! Fradi and :'ud Straw Goods. hue, and departs on Mondays,
    J \\ l "'III. \\- \V it Ir", I. (ir. 'cor"'rjIU ... .. ; Xnlmt' .. .. ..III'' 2 12 a 2)11) re-pfctlnlly represent to I the' S Wednesdays
    - \\', .otlhI" \'r h1 cilld.! iiinn| II.tltT or unifiidil .. .. .. .. 14 a 16 Southern aid: \\'e..lprll'rehant*, that the facihlie GECROE KRIBOE.: W2 Ivari streetImpartcr Sjtnrdi, at S o'clock. A. M. By this line.

    in |1'1' ort'ii-r P 'vi'"n t-MiL'vv; G.. i Trw,t I ,orj imzition-,1. Tn i'il Wllh1 WoO fmimlaliori.HIIH t'I"r.tb. of therpHt ur.\n, N. I ) .. :... .. ... S a they. p. ..o-- in making theeariie>tat.d best tm--eri.jers will take the Mail Boat at Chattahco

    I"J M t' J.r.II' a I. 1)i; I ;rtO t'U. 1J I'M --j; IIlfl; :.J"" r; ".f. the 1''I; il''r-.e"n ri'ldtinij I.i .ihi.|Mrt CatJJIIII i k I. Croix .. ... .11 10 a 11 *i'I"' t)15: etuthle them to compete succe>-"'tullvvilh .' of Lace Goods Mitts, chie for Apalachii- on Mondays and: Thnrsdaj.

    I IL Jl.! .--. J !1. Uat[ !!. J .: J..II" ". T l: 0 "" /1".11 E: I- .1 dll' C* ilfMll.'t III I'lJ'iri' 'I- 111 t 111 r-MllUo! '''II| J.otf. ... .. .. ..11,. 1:1 a I 15 \ I, anv <,her ,I'urket, .nd at (he same time to' Gloves Hosiery, Cravat, % c. A. MARSHALL, Proprietor.'
    1Cke \ hllt\' \\ III "1.ItI1. j B ; r" !-. S ro. i4n-T lf 1:1': i 'ity <:'on'ic-1 I a'id, citizTisjfiifraily' SALT, J. n'rp..ul. .. .. acki 1 124 a I 25Cnmr..tr alter 1 lo the Country Merchants the usual induce. J. A. L'NDKRWOOD *2J Piari Slru.t.Ilnlol't'r Qo n.., October 27, 1S16. nov ":(

    I., :1'1'11": ( A 'b.w-Hr: ) j..Is'* B (r,Ii"rl, I'rJ l.. :iii.iti '::1 >.1! Mr P ck. d'liy! -"c.n.ld, it \vnrryolvt ,. ... .... .IIII-hj 621 a 7'j ment-, 'o a- to make I their purchases equally '..
    10 i 11.1.t' '1'ltt"r; :: tM". .1 ':'1iha-&i,:ti'rt. Tit."ns '.I thti ill** op'OcfdnisJ;tif .ihis br STEEL; Ca-I, .... .... ... CWI IS 00 it 25 (UO vcrabhmcverv other For Relit, i
    ) respect,
    I 111,1. J...11I ..t .e.t. 3 1.: i 11tI'.\.. I J A \'...-" .\ ,"Jh! t-b-d. .1 elil: G'.nnlll..c\\ 2/t/ ) a )'jUO) :Manufacturers, and THE Property oa Centre st. known a.i'iilLthe '-

    a.a.. 1'iJ'r' ; 'r. \\ 1It'o.1u3| tn. .M'taiZ'iinry.. WM Foreman. f'O.\P. ... .. .. .. ... .. Ibi! 5 a 7 I Dcalcrsin Hosiery, Suspenders, r City H.otd.
    ; Jobbers Applv to
    I P 'r .! '.i nr "I..if i il-i- \1'- < Irk .ui I .t IJI'I r J. Dr..tfvi) Fecreiary. IO\E. "PlIUT. Br4l1dr. CU aaac.. .g.tl: 250 a 3 SI!) ami Importers of Silk Gloves Cravats, Scarfs, Caps, [aiov13 D. B. JI

    ii Mr Tiitu-'t.ti! : -tuJ duJfr.11'>. H IIljltrll .ud ._-_II---- *n__ ___- Gin, I H..iI..lld. ... .gdJ: I 5(3) a 175to I| and Fancy Goods. Oil Silks Stocks Linens Ac.ruiRLFs WOOD & CO.
    lie (',1 i !'i. \\1..O\"t'jl-. M..r- I II 11.1.>ni" J I IIdir. L .. ...;.! a 42 I AI.KRPD EDWARIS ; Co. 1 12 2 Pearl street. iJ Stores for Rent.
    \ T N'iciKil', I I'IljTJ1-Jrh, P W .-1"lUttJl:1: I Ifl (i Lecture on0.1I.E.1IOTKCIIY H atm. X E. .. .... .,I: 37 a 4Whi.k"y / I tew 1? trh'l.1. P .' II ii RE \ : Iect ..:tlj 22 a 24 & McNAMEE 1TO'E & (;RE.Cr10; William: and BO No. C, in Columbus Block

    !!*-r -...rfin-r 'It HI..t"'Ir" 'h: ?rtll"r.Jr I Or Art or improving the It'inorj''. \11.-01101... .. .. dl, f)2 a 75 B'-aver. It) William( st. corner of r John street-f. _hfi-Jy occupied by Sims & Cheevcr, ami

    he ll-rrv M t ..1.r"Tit 1I1dfhJ:1.I'lIltj.: ,<-. .1..h'I.lnn.1 rt. SKINS. Bear... .. ... ... .. I 51) 11 2 00trer. DAVID A. HERRICS 72 Maiden Lane and 7 Li Store Xo. 2, Block C rn Water st. Apply ...
    el- NI-I. Tiit .1.t 'I.-.'. 1.1 I''. !t., Sillris"Jrinii,'' 1)1 11'>, Piol !SlI ui P.le; a.'- IneIIJledll y, .. .. .. .. .. 8 a III Ciiccnnovcit SrE\r.xs & Co. 37 Nassau st., bert_v' srrc\eu,, William. toDec XOURSE, STONE&; CO. .. -
    I 1'i; -t' .".n -r _(11:1\-\1: (- '{ 1" 2 cintdfJ: a-id S 11il; the L-nlu-s! ..nr! (;,'nlltfineri. ol I ApaLiciuiMli. SIIOTnlh.izes. .. ... ... lb 5 Ii (ih Opposite| | J'a.st Otfice. I i 25 JGWatersfreet.DvcIIiu '

    fIa.II'lr.: ; >! irr, 2 "-.HJ.i'-n .ui-1 ..f\"I.i Mr ( to all l.d a Ltrlr' (art this) new and, l TOB.\CC'O..1I1 12. a 7J CI.RK.Ot.TH'WORK & TILDEV, 25 Nassau '

    IIU. m '11. \1-.T-i C ILl-"-, I: F I 1m:- U :kfiJ! I{, ,-'f.11..1 i a a r.yrl., 01 1'iicvidj evening, Feb. 13, TEA ruun; fY lIn.. .. .. .Ihl 45 a 1 0/) and 71 J Cedar stress, oppoie; j' st Office Importer and manufacturer of ? for Bcnf.
    - Sm 'I..1 '.Ir\; "i.iSl. > .X-iJr-iv\\J R\vV.iobng'il.I1 ; jt 7 'Vi-rk ; the plare ,-f incttnii tu bo an- ouchong.. .. .... .. ..11,110 Ii 50 CAHLEIOV, I, t> Gelltlellu n's and Ladies' THE small Duelling House lately oc-

    I T -'.< .tin *r ( 1't'Hf"ftj--'H *;iti rI'T :i"U'i't! in a : advertic'tneiit.IJv TT\.. .. . .. .. ... ...., Stores xus .OlHt\'GrlA\I & Co. Washington runiisliiii Goods. \ Mr W A McKenzie.
    ib-
    Mf H. W K : : 2 htufliJ T\VINE. film . ... ...II.. 18 2t 7 and 1-w WIlliam treet. Inquire
    CIIP\ chi ;
    'itii-r t.1:1't" 1. a ) J
    '3' I it. riie.;lld jiraritci- .I! t thi 'tetri of 1- GEORGI M. TRACY Pearl street.Ill1pol.tcrs NOURSE, STONE & CO.
    R'IIT & Co
    No.
    f..r.-n t d a MV i'i'!; '!!'' TW r nu-. L F .1 .
    !ntir < i U 1 .':.ir-xi!!.. \\' V i1id'1, G W C.uiiu! ', U G( I. arI|>ei. Hi shut lime, have an WINES, \aderia.! ... .... ..grI, Ion a 3 (0') I !DIBLEE & IticHARDiso.v 1-Jl Pearl street. Dec 26 45 G:; Water. street.

    Mt
    be 1 I':rHirn T M: i m' A tOfP-J A C ilv! 'm. 1.t.-Jy I |jril-, fruls. 'If tne-nory' a-id! interesting I P.V-:! ." -- i Importers Dealers and Jobbers Cutlery, Frcach English and For Sale,
    3.'a ;:.: .''r i1.tt.m .1 at trie intro THE llmne on the of Chestnut
    od 1' -r. m t.tt: JhCarir.tn .ldld! :11 l'jfory fJf.tlrc.- NOtice. of Maple GtM'maii Fancy Goods. -. corner
    Fancy ;;
    Goods.
    f V I K; .1.'r-4id I lilv; M.s>- 11\'r. \1 i- C tln-mii; nl !"J'le .4t. rts.tctful'llv".I." ] :! U. Dry WHITE & T.KERu'. and William II and Live Oak street, known as the
    AmttJcl buildjns CV; Ill 113 .
    Le \f.I.: -. '. ..,nJ 3 .I 4-"-', J \"*-.-*''. L \1 ..sc..iA : 1J. \ It tlro\illt.-cI! with Fire Buck- & J. T. MOORE & Co. l'W7 Pearl I .2 !!_|.Gulditein H"us" Apply to'
    I K-iH I.V. ; |" x:iK 11 I 1 L Ji iird'at,. T H.lt'il.lUa:1. 1\Hn .- 4. ets. III dC'c.rdal.ce "ilia stctift 6, or Cltv stref, \\e-t old", .1 d >'r> < above Mauler! Lane: street! Was'ii'-gton stores.LYMN Jan .2 GREEN & CONNERV.For S
    -I. JI-r.'I""I'r An;'j-ti-A L-tdd, N IITin. 11zek.ai: 'U; f 14 I xCli.\ GFlu New Oilcanf''r ale 7j I OrtlflaCa\ ,: No. 21j. ua Ilr bt.-fcre theist cf Fcbrtc.arv PutKiNh, BROOKS & \WHITE N I. 1'1:> Pearl 't. (oor, S7 Pearl opposite (the Pearl]

    .r- [ : J..-i : .1. DAY &CO. '. wIll be repOrted 10 the City AttIlTrlE'Y. GR \\r & I'VKTO.V, (Goods :tor Indian?,) 2'JViI- Stiett II.>use. Rent, .

    if. ._, 4;X C.I.\t i i-:-1 t;.'.:11, l'tuvttletrt'. ,.;. I I). B. WOOD I liam -feet.JONA.S TWO Front Offices, No Water st.

    I U. ::: L ':.IPr. f\: M ;. I'-TIlq:: i :: I L.a V'ukaiui lliltimon-boii'lit.ai.d, >i'lit chf-clv. Jan 30 Chief Engineer Fire Ieriartrna-rat. CnxKl.ivr: .t Tn.! ITi'l) P nrl efrppl.WM. Importer and Manufacturer of fiiJ;] Apply_ to
    .Nc'.v M. Lt'MMis&Co. Ibl Pearl i i Fringes Gimps. Cords Zephjrs 4g Jan. 9 GREEN I
    P'r""I1'r A u i-ti-'U) ii tt| ,p. c-tii'tii in \Vinr "a VVuk sold bv B 1 A. KAHANRSTOCK'S VKR.MIFUGE. the street. i CONNERYOrnamental '
    or < p i .1'S; ( %- Co. 9ito 'Lork.ni V Y."ii?: 25 to \VILLl.\SlG. PCWIER) & CO. br!t worm medicine now ill use, for sale bv' Tw: :r>r, MOULTO.V & PLIMPTON, IS Broad st., AVorstcds, Ac. Ac. '. _

    be H-i* rd V iltiinrf.rd; 1 InlcI\ tY: S>7 d>ihil'j' D -c : Ait* Biiik of| Bni'iswick.Slicsiff's __ Jm :30 J C ALLEN. DoiiEMfs & NIXON, No 3J Naa-aii street c>|1"- D. A. BOOTH. Trees, Shrubs, Ac
    he .uII I 12 "I" I..b H' II tll tV II.1'Ko'U1.W I, ; 10 p ..iie Pot I Office. Staple and House Fur.fllihJng THE undersigned hail jiist received

    m. r.itt'ill tnj 3 1 {h.\I'* 5g5 4 :co to I I' 't I! i-ii'V; Sale.BY THE undersigned continue to make advances Dry Goods.E. Dcalcis in Linen and Cotton from the Nursery of Winters & Co-

    I. 31 I.),.'a .. riititirttil,1 7 b'lti'- t<,!h-tf"U to I It S 11ivvrtt 1 1 virl-ie I ot a \r.t ol li.r I ticn( ., i i"'Hd l fr./tn Cotton co'i-iigned their friend in Liverool : & J. Hiivn J 111 1 and 113 William street Threads, Buttons, Looking LI a choice lot 1.( Fruit and Ornamental .
    : 2 It 'At I.II.ICC" III Tit... 1"111; I h ,It.. the Cl-rk\ tfire t f the Circuit, Con L> Havre, Boston and New York. M\LCOI.M & GAUL, No. 17" Pearlfreet..
    '0 <. ; t, forIK Glasses Combs Ac. and 1mporter Trees, Shrubs and Flart43naoae
    'fl S !hnx..a 'ulu'l in-l[ I lull: 1111 i .- t oi l-r Hvet' ,
    t! ('II"llr /ra'ikt'i D. B. WOOD & CO. DE\V & WYI.I-S 115 and 117 William
    Crc'iil
    ol l'lon tiich will be found
    P'-r t-faiii *r P"\'I..not-t>5 !h-tl.! coiton If) I Ildl; \\.I.rll Oe of English, French a Carnation, Tulip,
    Irlbt 0."..., V Ci. 211 I"I.% \ IV; In! III !I..ck- i Ja, and 1.1 me (lIr.et.-al, \ rt'la DividVeb- 5 _7 Columbus Row. street Washington Stores. and German Honey[ Suckle, Hose*, Allhea Dahlia's, Hjcjr.ths .'

    131.IIS fllHt 3 c Ywtni?: U6to 1 J 1 II .Juu.: -II to \\'! fJ -ter H pUmtiir; and! U'lllidin, S 'ell) a'lllllc'1fY I C111 ( i: LIME tor sale by A. & G. & H. BROWN, 151 Pearl street corner Fancy Paeonres, Figs Vines, &.c.11 of

    I'.n..r \ <'m): :ll to I 1) U'ibf-; 17 tu D U U'ood A ll-n are d-'ie' ,idiuu, f fiave Ir-viinl upon and will Feb 13 H. F. BELL, Druggist. of Cedar.Pii.ited Goods. which are to be sold at invoice prices.II .
    . & "fl'. 1:: I.. lI..r''l.'r; i l1ulrn";' ; 21 f" IIrJf.r. offer for ?jle before the C..'m ll-.ti-sa d-or, in the LEVI COOK & Co. 133 Pearl[ street. ABELLi

    itdiii"r .\lli-iny-119 bjlr--cuit.ni to.SIM>- rity of ,Apilarhicclt, on I the first t Mondiy in Prints Prints Calicoes exclusively, PIKE & LAUD, 3'J Nassau str opposite the Jan ItJ Corner Chestnut aid Watrr .
    st!!
    11. 4\;'t.r"'"-VPI. 2.i M I.ckh.lrl"tllln;; IWl-o) U'mrt.r \J.If'h nl'tt. 1SI7. \\ ilbin the It r.II! hours"' the THE subscriber ba
    j !c Co; 10J:) to J 1)1)' .V Co; 9 I.r H A: i;'I I.a'J:I; j''r",>erly, to wit I I: a rte tieira I buy turned dala. Irom New York, 200 )piece superior ___ manufacturers and Jobbers of Leiili Coal.

    Jut P-r-f 1IJU> >. Cifas.t-l9. : r"li"intu a.ul inc tsar man riainod Isum levied I English Cambric Prints tot sale at lower Commission Merchants and Jobbers Umbrellas and Parasols. 3fi TONS, for sale by
    aOl 1 1tti.1":1 '0. N than
    011 17i 'II \\ \'1"lcK"IJ.LI", 2 S t., V..J, X 1'I.lII; ii,'''i ;.is tl I,,' ;'r"pf'rl'uf] :.t td d.'firid.rifs and I lobe retail prices by ever before ofll-red, at wholesale or for lie Sale of BI'OWII HENRY' KEEP Co. 122 Pearl street. jan3 ROBERTS, ALLEN L CU._

    aft 4 tn U'ni i Pnrt"r "c Co. t ld to Mtislv aid writ of fin I fd.ia
    Jan: IG FRANCIS Sheeting, Cotton Yarn, &c. REAM TARTAR, for sale
    StCli PT t4i-4fii'*harlp".I.ln7 h,!te* I I JOhN LL'CXS Shi-nlT KOPMAN. Glass Cutters and Manufacturers C by
    " '. c ii.im.-B. ; 7; to A :, McKay! ; 74 'o J l III Jc Bv his Dtnsty! BE.VJ Lucvs.ShcriflP.s JUST received per schooner Elizabeth from Pine and Cedar. of Solar Globes, and
    411.! r)4. Kur 'c Co; 29 lo D jdie A*. Pr..u; Apthrhicnla. Jin.2 J. ] 17. 3-it Orleans Dry Goods. '
    :
    J. G. DUDLEY Ucla Cut .lass.
    JfI 21 t eo> Hill D.w-.n .\ Co. !__. & Co. 0 Old Slip between Pearl
    CIo Pet *ainr Ivnily' -201 htlcs cotton to Lock- Salt SObbU Flour; 15 do. Whiskey; and Water. TL-RNER & LANE 43 Duane street- DRILLINGS. Tickins-s Cotton .Dsniabnrgs,
    lurtiYoiin I'D Hill virtue of 2 bbN Mononsjahela do; 5 kegs Lard ( eJiI, Jean. Fljnnt-l /JlaiHets. ; >
    ; 10 Diwsoti V Co. 151 to a writ of urn lici.ts issued from ; -
    A, N' \lcl.oI70 t.iJd It BY 5 Mess Pork ; 5 do. Family Beef of Instruments k Tweed Shirting.i Sheelinps, Checks,
    Jin "; 51 lo II It TavloV Clerk's office ol t the Cirmit Court for Cloths, Casimercs, Ac. manufacturer Musical -
    ,1,1o. ; 52 to 11) BUJT'J-; :{ to lI.rl'r.lull.: .?; 16 the County of Franklin Western Circuit ol ,Florida L For ale by EDWARD McCULLY WILSON G. HUNT & Co. &2 William street, and Publishers G in'hams Calicoes Delanes. hosiery &.e &:.

    1 tVI lo'J.d; .Co.I'r.tu; l: to \\1 &Co; t and tn me directed, herein Henry Allen Jan 16 _50 Water street. corner Maiden Lane Importers and Jobbers in ofUIusic. For ale by B. ELLISON & CO :

    , .' IdV n iihintitTandVilliam, S.ell is IJLUUtus. i\t'. 1U and Jtj. al .M.mulacturer's French German, and Cloth Jan 23 23 Water street.
    dllr Clnmi'ton! -132 bales to defendant I Belgian English ?, I IF. RitEY & Co 2i 17 Broadway.Manufacturers
    l>otee .V Pral; 97 to Lockhart' fc Youn?clon; 57 lo A have levied upon and will otter for site before the B. ELLISON & CO. Ca.,imere-i, Vesting, and Goods adapted to JJATSanr- by thecae low for cash by

    ., Iiiy; i,, 111.| letW.11& Co; M W A Court I Hous diior in I tile city ofpalchiclla.ln Jan 23 -' 24 Water j-freet. men's) wear; also Deoli rs in American Cloth I, of the Improi'edPatent I B. ELLISON: & CO.
    ecID !I' c Kim 17 2 Ihe first Monday in Mirch Casimeres 1 and Panlalooieiie.* with]I. _
    ; ; 13 to : M flsttc' next, 1S17, within Kettles, Mills and Cauldrons: a large together Double Action Harp.
    i Wood Pet htr. .mcr B,,*ton-2)7) b tl'!,, cotton to 1) B le:al hours, the 1 la1l.ttving uropcrly, |It o wit : one SUGAR mot approved pattens for sale by Tailors' Tl"mmin of all kinds. J. F. BROWNE A- Co 2bl Broadway and 73J I Ladies' flue Kid and Walking

    1Jtbl. McKnv JeCo; 135 to Did;eA: Pr'l; 121 to A N sro rnn named Fl&-mill:, a'id one negro man Jan 23 ROBERTS A LLEX & CO. P S. WITO.V & Co. 70 Cedar street Importers Chambers: st.Mannfactiirers. Shoes. Q

    & McKenzie; 112 to Lockhdl is Youn?: 10.J to W>'lif named Bl'n. levied upon as the property of said and] Jobbers (IfS English, French and Get of Piano Fortes. l2 X PRS.. Ladies' fine Kid Slippers;' "f.O'.

    **V hid ; 2dl., 7 sacks Kround.x-as, and I defendant, and to be !,1J to satiifv said writ of Plulforia Scales man Cloths Ca simfe'estin,*, and Goods J 15 .* to Wm G Porter i C R. GLENN & Co. l'J4 Fulton street.Stationery .
    daa trara'r Mary 1 A Moore: -<431 irrr biles fieii f cid. JOH.V LUCAS, Sheriff 2 12/)0 Ib!. Platform Scales; adapted to men's wear. Tailois Trimmingsin 100 n colored 'and black Slipi rs.
    cotton
    10 A N M">" 4K: !" L'lcklJr\; 193; to Bv Ills Deputy BENJ LUCAS. 2 1600 Ibs. do. great variety.manufacturers. For sale very low, hy. .
    Blank Books and
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    aaUtt 21 jJVl"; &!McKenzie: IOJ( to Win G YO'lg.Port r & Co; Apalachirola. Jan. 29, 1817._. 3-St 2 IG'JO lb. Beams,complete for cotton weigh- Jan 9 F. KOP\JAN'.
    IIJ ins For sale Paper.
    w'Mm: 7M r"r.t. by and Dealers in
    b Per ht-1fl.t A iu"t<-9J halfd cotton to L"ci-! Sheriff's Sale. Jan 23 ROBERTS. ALLEN & CO. Boots and Shoes. RICH & LOUTREL, Ul William street, Importers SUGAR PANS at Manufacturer's price', by _-

    fIid U.011; -; n t., A X McKiy; 1 M BS )II<' Beiij. M. Gr.IIh } Flower Seeds.N A. & A. G TRASK, 124 Maiden Lane. t of Foreign Stationery of every descriptirn. B. ELLISON &. CU.. -
    p r: OXrb tobtcct, to Tlw ; 2 10 vs. S F'i fa. Franklin Circuit Court. Manufacturers Dealers in Blank Books Pa Jan 23 21 Water1.treet.' .
    >:lrebflr Jelt asvorlMM-rit of Flo Wr.r SMITH DROWN of Kimball & ,
    Seeds ,
    successor -
    ideif er just received I Manifold
    .rffr. Jn. Y. mith. A Gold Pens Cop iA and Seal Presse*.
    } a d for sale Brown No 149 Water Maiden per ? Oil Carpi .
    ) street
    }tr ott"'n by near Cloths and t'Y"
    eott. biles h.' Letter Writers Inks and all other articles
    ,
    to \IHov-37 CIIIUI H lcby ziven that by virtue of the .
    .
    I'U'4 SIUI A; C1iees.-r. M NTICf Jan 30 J ALLEN. Lane. PCS OilCloth .wide-
    and
    I .2
    : yards ;
    II I founded of Goods shown-prices 2-
    freely
    "rboiG 11:1 u.ion a Judgment of Foreclosure Stationery. very: 18 .
    "nVonl, fm A im GRANNISS & PATTEN 96 Maiden Lane near 3
    Ingrain.Carpeting;
    & Ib.tn-.7 pcs super.
    rf\r. II : I will f x,>oe lor sale at public outcry in Lamp Oil. low. -' !
    1111iDt rd A= Ruth-rfunl Licklldrt \ \OUd ; 6 10 I"" t the city of Apalachicoh, on I Ihe fIrst Monday !In WINTER strained splendid article for sale Pearl street. Free Trade Prices. 3 Cotton .M ._. ;:1.
    J. H. RANSOM & Co. 66 Pearl street. 2 '.
    Ptr I.?f fm M.sri.snia-71 bl.s and 90 M 14ck1 colon sale WM. G. PORTER Co.
    ;0 :rou ,Va If'm (; I'ortt-r As:; Co; bJb. detcidtnt in and to a certain steam boat called a large a* orimentf.f E-'glish French by ,
    cotton 3 CALVIN W. HOWE, 131 Muden Lane
    Dee 5 Water
    I tl J Od\' \Cia. the Albany," her tackle apparel and "u lIi. 1000 sACK Salt.CJTil; > of British bark SAM'L DANIELS & Co 171 Pearl street. German G'odl.-\vbich, they offer at a great reduction 41 streetpTlIEAP '

    I I ture. JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff, Covenanter f" sale afloat, by of price in conseqnence (f the reduction PUBLICATIONS, just receivectan4

    NOTfcr.-SiX! tnontlH after publication By lIEN LUCAS Deputy.White Jan 23 .J DAY & CO. Importers and Dealers in Hardware 1- of the T rift. They also lIfter a large stock otDometic for sale by ._.
    31111kation A,A3lhieah .1s'a. 23, ISI'. 21 1 Woollen Gordaat the lowest rate. Nov 'J.
    "; I M nn. fct. | will be made to the For Sale and Onus.WOLFK 21 ALLEN.:

    :Cf' '. "MUettlement Judge of Prc.hdtes of the fur i4ckios county, lor 3 PIneLimbcr For Sale. pTf| B fiLS. Whiskey ; 5u do. Molasses; & BISHOP, 87 Maiden Lane corner February 14, 1S47. 5-3t -Fine Boots and Brogans.

    tile mnelN administration c.f the eofS 20 000 :"EEI'VlIf"!! Pi ie Ltinshtr.'
    ,J COunty. Sj>ear9,ELIZA dwn!*d. Late ol said ju-t received per ichooner landi'i; from schr Elizabeth and for sale, \VlW W. SPIES & Co. 91 Maiden Lane. l. during. 'my aberic'efromIhe 12 3CKJ |r3 n Brogaii* :"* |M5

    art' r(' ] i, is'?. 5-C SPEARS, Hunter from Bath, Maine. for cash by VAN WAGKNEN & TUCKER, 172 Creenwich.Iorler State ot Florida. : For .sale at low prices,. by T "* %f'*>
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    m \dmitiIr3tri Jan 15 CHAS. ROGERS & Jan C3 BOURSE, STONE k CO. De'. Dec ;01) H. CROCKETT KERR. Jan 0 FKOPMAN..


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    - : ; 's: ie. | Dry .Goods.subbribers Medicines
    State Tax ,Collector's Sale. State Tax Collector' Paints, QH
    v.Moa in me by law, 1sliall offer for sale a large and sea-
    \ !Mt-j! .Mi MiAvr THE Dyc-StnfTs, Perfumery .
    tint six monies af BY in aeI
    is hereby given Goods consisting
    House
    NOTICE e\v'-sa lor dale before the Cuurt stock of Dry ** undersigned returns his
    I will,cxfVrts: to ;;di at jriblie onto door in the of Calhoun, on the first Mon- part friends and the th q
    public
    the Court' I tone: d wr in the city of county ofNegro ( '
    cry opposite day in July next, the following property situated Kerseys and Linseys.J patronage, and begs to C'ht!!
    wit
    the Mhwh* property, to :- !
    ApalsehieoU. : thereof, White and Red Flannels
    much as ,
    in the of St. Joseph, or so he is now
    Not. 9.and.12 block El, in tho city of city receiving an addifa _
    ,
    Loti Tax the same Plain and Jeans, *
    will pay the State and County ou Fancy said which added t to his f
    Calhoun &
    to
    Apalachicola, property belonging Double twilled Tweeds,
    0 his
    rorlthe| year 18' : assortment unusually
    Btts. 14 Lots unimproved valued at $50, purportingto Super fancy Casameres, English, French, l
    Lot No. 1,, bfock J, in the city of Apalachicola, belong to R C Allen's estate. Super English and French Cloths, German ra

    property belonging to H. A. Norris. valued at $50, purportingto Whitney Blankets, 10, 11 and 12 qrs. ; Cometcs. Perfumery* er
    Lots. Noa. 0 and 7, block C'>, in the city of l..Lot belong unimproved Robert, Armstrong. Duffil Blankets, 8, 9 and 10 qrs. ware, &, &, are tten
    Country ar.d
    Apalachicola, property belonging: to Jacob Har. I Lot unimproved, valued at $50, purportingto Denims, Kremlins and Cottonades, B most liberal terms-Merchant hewirriB ot a

    tey. belong to F G Arott. Brown Shirting and Sheeting, and unadulterated. whch "
    To be sold for taxes of 19 15. and the charges 3 Lots improved, valued at $50, purporting to Cotton Osnaburgs, of ; H. F.

    that lure accrued thereon. belong to R Beveridge's estate. Cotton Drilling and Ticking, Wholesale and ABEL,

    JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff 4 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purportingto Linen and Cotton Checks, b 13 %

    and ex-Officio State Tax Collector. belong to A B Blackwell's estate. Irish Linen, Shining and Sheeting, Nov. 21, 1SIG. aterstret ,

    Apalachicola! Sept. 22, 18-16. 37.0m 1 Lot improved, valued_ at. $-200, pnrporting to Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting, i Apalachiob _
    I ,
    English, French and American Prints, -
    belong to George Clark. Drugs and
    State and Comity Tax CollectorsSale. 2 Lots improved, valued: at $100, purporting Extra super, plain and twilled Ginghams, THE sub9Crbtr IUedidnes, and

    belong to Wm Cromwell. Super Cashmere d'Ecosse, I constantly haveon handa win

    BY virtue of the power vested in me by law, 1J Lots unimproved valued at $:>0, purportingto Extra super Muslin de Laine, I assortment of DRUGS and ccmpU lfFn -

    x month,* after A t iii I shall! expose! for sale belong to J N Copeland. English, Scotch and American do. which he will pt;
    before the Court II .':e- i n the city of .Apal.u h- 3 Lots unimproved, valued at $:>0, purportingto Super Italian black and figured Silks, (' CINE best quality.warrant

    icola. Franklin County, the f-illowing! described belong to R K Call. Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs, Merchants and Planters CrtJ

    property belonging; to Apalachicola Lind 31 Lots unimproved, valued at $200, purportingto Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs, or advantage to call, examine ar.d w! fi

    Company, or so much there a* will (pay the belong to Wm P Craig. English and American Cotton Hkfs, before purchasing elsewhere. truth< f't

    t State and County Taxsa due thereon for the year 3 Lots unimproved, valued at $50( purportingto Madras and Verona head Hkfs, J3. Physician's prescriptions ,' '
    put ut/irjft
    Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose, ,
    1846: belong to W Colquit. and accuracy at any hour of the da\
    Wharf Lots N<.M 7, S, 9-10): feet each. 2 Lots unimproved, valued ut $i0, purportingto Super Marseilles and Worsted Vesting?, J. C. ALLF.V,5"' :'.

    Lots 6 and 7 in Block 17. belong to CollIn &. Grant. Cotton and Flax Thread, 21 Cor. Centre and

    Lots 2,3,4, :it; C. 7, s, 9, ill Block I*. 2 Lots' unimproved, valued at $30, purportingto Plain and fig'd: Swiss and checked Muslins, ( ----- Commerce iti
    l.otl4,1,9: 1:1.11.11.: 1 I'i, 17, 1in Block L2. belong to Wm B Duvall. Jaconet and Cambric Muslins,

    Lots (), 7.13.11.: in Block f-. :; Lots unimproved, valued at $30, purportingto Needles, Pins, Tape &c. &c. ly :
    '\ Lot 3 in Block D.>. belong to D W Dubois. Which have been selected with great care in !
    ., Lots 4 7, S inlxt\ 1. New York and Boston from Importers and Agentsof
    2 Lot? unimproved, valued at :$:;;;), purportingto I
    Lots 2, 3, -I.i;, 7, '-), in Blusk I. ) belong to John 1D.l'is.. Manufacturers at the lowest market rates, and : '

    Lots -I, r i.6, 7,8 1:1: Block! SLots 2 Lots unimproved, valued at $;)0, purporting are now offered at wholesale or -vtailfl favorable.

    1 to 10, in Blork !19.! to belong to John Derrick. terms by WAI. G. PORTER & Co.

    Lots 1,2,3, f;, 7, S, 0, l 10, i-i Blot(* I. :. -) Lots unimproved, valued at $100, purporting DerI"Hi.: (;. jl Water street. (
    ._ Lots, :5, o, 7, S 9, 1 i P. H: BI,ickJ! ;. tu belong to John G Gamble.S /S --- -----COXNERY---- No. 3G, Water street ,'
    REEN & ,
    Lot 3. 1.3, G. 7, III m-k( 1" Lois unimproved, valued at $lO;), purportfngto and offer for sale j ..
    received
    vJT have
    Lot 3, 4,:5, fi, 7, ", i ii :::1 1 ick\ I'i.' belong to F G Gibson's estate. 125) sacks ju-t Green Rio Cofleee, (new crop ;) JL ] OR the cure of Dip
    Lots 1 tolO i in Block rJ. :2 Lots unimproved, valued ai $30, purportingto 1UO( barrels Northern and l Western Flour ; ious and nervous Head! :'c.e, { "
    Lots 1.2,3: ti, 7, "'. !I. I I. i h: HI" l wc ::J2. belong; to .E (i Greenwood. Old Rectified Whiskey ; U -:, Gout, Rheurr.ati, frtiPri| 0
    200 u
    Lots 2 t<) It), in: BlH'k'M.Lot : I. 1 Lot improved, valued at $50 f purporting to I0t( boxes white, pale and brown Soap ; &c. For sale \h ,lealt aid! retail, bv
    :* 6, 7, S.O, LII, i'i HIck I 1.-;. belong to James Gnslin 5 Muscova'dodo: do Dec 12 J. C. ALLEN, Dlu ..
    :5 hhds N. 0. Sugar ; ; I
    Lots 2 to ID, in Blue', .1 !I. 0 Lilts unimproved, valued at $30, purportingto -- -- t
    Shoulders
    Lots 1 M2D, in flI.,,'!c Li. belling! to Robert Gamble. 20 casks ii Bacon Sides and ; : Compound Extract: of ]
    Hams
    Lots I, 3, 7, i, 'Jin i !111"t.t" '.I. 2 Lots improved valued: at $lUO. purporting to fl; ; Cubcbs and Couavia.StaFic .
    JOHN: I.OC.Slu'rilf. 20 barrels Clarified Sugar! ; ( : "
    belong to Edward Hardin's estate. d!:> ui.nvalle rrr
    Loaf do
    and ex-Oificio Tax Collt-rt-ir Ftankln! C i.Apalichicoh 2 Lots unimproved valued at $30;:) purpoting 5u 10 boxes" Candles; c nkacv ; if i
    s... Nov. 21 I, IM ;. I ,i.r.ni; I Sperm ; Jew IHI.r."arUrr
    to belong to S K Hodges.i -- .' 20 barrels: N E Rum : by A iri a cj.ij" cl.rfn" :
    Lot ul: tDjroved.'alued; at $oO, purportingto n. n Gin I & rnent eJr fl rfCfln !. ._.'
    TolsLee. 10 White's Baltimore --- .
    ; I ; \ y'
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    HALF boxes:M,inutactured W L H .ine" beltHI to William Holland. 10 tc Domestic Brandy; I / I nl'ctoIar." Ittr.fl \\' 1'
    27 Brand. 7 LoN unimproved, valued at $iO, purporting 10 N 0 Molasse ; I -.. f/ invziLnable.beingp ,. i
    ,' rid. to belong to A K Hill. Cheese t pared with I the greilwpcisiiMe :W
    41 half boxes: Manufactured W Price" 13r 00;' boxes English Dairy ;
    Lot valued at $30, purporting to : '
    1 unimproved \ .t : eIre upon Wt'
    dfi. f
    i 39" U >fj pieces Kentucky Bagging ; -
    .. belong! to H S Ha\\Iey. \ r-nririfjlM."
    u u \V Ihrl.49 3U coils Rope tt'slte
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    2t1" ., 1 Lot unimproved valued at $:)0. purporting to : \ / upon that imp fl1cr'f
    bales Alicant Mats
    22 Ib! bnxe u "J VMur..ii" 10 ; \.
    1-2 lb Lump belong to II B Inman. K()) bxsand! hlf.bxs (new crop) :Mai. Raisins; ; fintif Hi-hMb! by !
    2 unimproved, valued at $ O. purportingto tbr.ittd Dr
    5 boxes Manufactured J W Monjn": Brand 10 Lemons ; ri II
    belong to G C S Johnson. I hdt c> rbi! : >!>.
    75 Manufactured Tobacco: o !
    Premium. 7 Lots improved, valued at $3JO( purporting to ; : rntluce a therr'I
    boxes ** S.lpOleon' 23: casesassorted Pickles rcuicl.flul rJLrt
    5 : ." belong to John Jenkins' estate. Nos; 2 and 3 ".( an Brand! Mjgnolia.: :30 barr Mackerel: ;
    u.. 3 Lots unimproved, valued at $IW( purportingto do doe of any !ilule i-n- In K....:> ;- t tlentirity
    5 boxes Manufactured: NapoIcon's" 20 half bbls do ; .
    belong to Seaborn Jones. us |revtnted b ittin.eiy! app>
    Brand "Stra.\bery. 20) boxes assorted Syrups! 1
    ;
    1 Lot valued at $50, purporting to : :
    c'. ro 20 Ib boxes Mamifctnr l( *' S.lpOleon's" unimproved, 20' } cheifs and boxes Gunpowder and Hy t"n. crs-ie by i
    belong to Jones & Bass. Dec 12 J. C. \LLK\ Drujjpst.va.Eirs .
    noli.i.M
    Brand "M: Teas
    Lot valued $30: purporting to son ; ---- .
    1 at -
    improved, -----
    Manufactured :M'ufurd"! Honey Dew and boxes Teas
    1 \ 9 boxes: belong to J Kinney's estate. 10 J chests Powchong ; \ :
    ; 10( CrafeJ Crockery; I JJ'J J Fioiidi St-sjir* 2 half pipes Old Cognac Brandy ;
    to
    1 Lot iml'ro'ed.'alued at $2XJ I purporting
    3t) doz Negro Cap s; f!'I d,>/ (Hoes, a<".irf to J P
    Lockey.
    Carpeting, C'lftO:1 Colrli, I'r.ic Chains. belong SO Nails assorted sizes ;
    Ingrain : kegs ;
    lo
    1 Lot improved, valued at $30 purporting
    For sale low to close n-usimi-nts: !,,;, bv 25: bbl Pilot and Navy Bread ;
    1 LOCKti \U i' & YOI'NC( belong! to Doctor Lang. :3 tierces Rice
    1 Lt improved, valued'at $:;0, purporting to new ;
    Nov. 14 :;:ii: \\.it.-r "treot.- belong to Abraham Low. 20 kegs and quarters new Bnckwheat ; :
    ----
    Blank Books and .Stationery. :5 j Lots unimjll'll"ecl'alued; at :$50: ; purportiug 2UO blllhelsCrther OaL. : ( ) 1
    Dec. .5; I 1MI5./
    Journals Diy Bi..ks: &.'-. tobelongto P Lathrop. Apalachicola. t : I
    -- - ---- -- -
    LEDGERS Folsap- an 1 Leltei i I'a lt'er; 1 Lot improved valued at $30:; purporting to KOPMAN has for sale:

    Cotton Mrfmoranduin! II iuk. ; belong to McEhran.. FRANCIS and American Prints; ;

    Ship and River BilN, La-ling:; ; 9 Lots unimproved, valued at $3O, purportingto Bombazine and Silk Alpaca ; :

    Boooks: for Letter I'rei. belong to Win Malone.: Drad Ete and colored Cambrics ; !

    Blank Bills ol EVC'M i,:c ;nd Checks! 1 Lot unimproved, valued $30, purporting to Bleached and Brown Domestics; !
    \ Just received and fv>r site bv belong to Thomas More. Negro Kerseye and Blankets; ( ; AADIAi VEItil1FLGE.
    I'T
    March 1 II 1. \nni.L.PAINTS 1 Lot improved:!, valued at $:)0, purporting to Bed Ticks and Lin ey WooNeys ; I The reUt'd10 which we would call! the alt
    .* \ = : -- belong to Daniel :Munn. Apron Checks and Flannels ] : of t.e! public l i is,one which has", proved sit.
    ;
    AND OILS .J: kc-s N.. 1 White 1 Lor unimproved, valued at $S0, purporting to Linen and Cambric Handkerchiefs; : : :111 for a long time ; and it is univerahly!! if- .1
    1) gallsVi itrr Lrnji Oil ; :*l i sails belong to J Niiinensier. ,\ le'lzcd bv all who have trio d It, l f.be Iii ,

    Linseed!! Oil; 5'J' bxi airle l Gl-fn: ; 5.>i lbs Vat- 1 Lot improved, valued at $100, purporting to Straw Hosiery Bonnets ofevery and description Woolen Hoods; ; .1 to anY other medicine etren.Fktf:*i
    10' "iirtcd Paint Hru ;lies; Black; Load i "j i'iseas for which reron.mer.did It
    \ ty ; : : belong; to Wm Patrick. Kid Slippers and Walking Shoes > i is! 8
    Brown Yell.A Ocliri: Green P.tintjust ; 1 I AND 1 !
    detrovsVORM
    : ''' Spanish 2 Lots unimproved, valued at $50! purportingto Colored and Black Gaiter Boots ; } \rt Ot\Tt'. 3
    I received and for sale by belong to George Poe, jr. Calf and Kip Brogans; WHOLE SYSTEM, but it '' r :j

    March_1 II.- .F. ABKLL.. :.-.- 2 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purportingto Calf, Seal Skin, Kip and Water Proof Boots; 1 (.tnhe:np rJhu"c.lnt :lirrp (.r n.nrw ., '

    .-. On Consignment. belong to Judge' Pope. Fine Silk and Fur Hats; :\ -JEXT IN STOMAU I! AS; -'

    '}j' BOXES Troy St'''!' ; 1 Lot improved, valued at $:Y'', purporting to A fine assortment of Ready:Made Clothing, \ CIIILDRCN.I I I m. rt tl -'
    health. The ni'icutv I
    in bad
    80 Win D Pi ice. e nc. el
    20( London Cluh (:'Jiampaigne: ; ; belong And a large variety of Fancy Goods. :
    25:>> boxes: Florida L"Hf Tobicco; 2 Lots impro'ed31ued at $100, purporting to Apalachicola Dec. 5;, 16 JO. ; ; net in \hi'h'r"- [-r 'dnntheir 'll-
    belong to Isaac Robinson. rcmovitii; it, it i* impo)" iM! < tcritiwlr|
    For sale by U. So HAVLRY.Dec ,
    valued ; to A CARD. in the body. It is larri,1's in itfirfj.
    5 .'-} W-iter 4trPtt.i 2 Lots improved at $30( purporting ,
    belong to F A Ross. SEYMOUR takes this method of informing [ the \\-lem, ar.c the health if the .tJ'I. -

    i Clover SecthSeed 3 Lots unimproved, valued at $30: purporting N: the citizens ApalachicoU.: and lis |.1 \\ \.-* in:proved by it.u:;e, even: \\1.(n no Wft

    FEW pounds of large Red Northern Clover to belong to A Ryan. vicinity that he has removed down on the corner u."t'U\tH'U..
    A for site by 3 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purportingto of Water and Centre streets, and feeling! thank- The Canadian Vermifuge i- (>rly! ?"> let!..|

    April H. F. ABEL. belong to Wm Rowlett. ful for the patronage heretofore extended to him, and is much more easily aiimiMtrtdti.Prepared 1

    3 Lots unimproved valued at $:;0, purportingto he solicits a renewal of the same, by offering to (- .
    Bagging and Itopc. belong to Reegan: Colquit &. Grant. yon a very neat and select Stock of GOODS, consisting : fln1.hy JOHN WINER &Co.5

    70 PCS Bagging; 3) cuiU tt..pt". for sale by 1 Lot unimproved valued at $50, purporting to in part as follows: : Jlidel Lane, New York.

    "LOCKHMir & YOUNG, belong to Roberson &. Everett. Cloths and Cassimeres, various styles.. H. F. .nEIL. Azent .a

    NOT. It -VI: Water sirt-et. 2 Lots unimproved, valued at $.31), purportingto Fancy Prints, do. do. Jan -pal.lcblcb

    Bagging and Hope.1Afl belong to Phineas Randall. Alapaca Lustre, ; do. Figured. -- -- -- -- -

    PCS Kentucky Bagging; 1 Lot improved, valued at $30, purporting to Silks! Grade Ryne. I, The Great Canu1an Konirdf- ,

    1UI/ 100 coils Rope; belong to George St Clair. do.Iontella: )( \'I En'S .- Sih1tIOF "'

    4 bales Bagging! Twine, fur sale by 1 Lot improved, valued at $-jO, purporting to do. Satin Striped. j IIOKIMIOI'NI: ) ELElUH'\
    WM. -G PORTER: &. CO. belong: to R !M Stewart's estate. Fancy Cashmere Robes. tnri\.IItd for the cun- ffCol? l ., .*
    Lot unimproved, valued at $IUfJ. purporting to do. Marino do. of Ulocd! \Vhoopinu ( <-uiat. 1.ftI. ; ;
    Dee S 41 Water !street.
    of 1'Ifiiri-y <'ohU ,
    ly .
    belong to Hamilton Smith. do. Delaine do. ; Brfahmg. "*
    :he LlitIg.
    Refilled Nitre and Alum. 1 Lot unimproved, valued at $30; purposing Muslins, India Book. l Bronchitis, a di JI"t"i"fo'ea>? is .w :t--ir.c| It I "
    KEGS each, just received and for !sale' by to belong to George Stewart. do. Swiss, Luce: and Colored. I. tinder the .
    10 tu a
    r nor28 II. "'. ABELL: 1 Lot unimproved, valued at $30, purporting to Edgings, Lisle, Cap and Thread. : ) : premature, can be curtd crave by using this Col.Cnnslmptiun Il .
    belong to J Sweete. Shawls, Damask Silk.
    HIIDS St. Croix Sugar. ;
    7t 10 20 do New Orleans: SIJ .lr, to arrive; 1 Lut unimproved, valued at $2'X), purportingto do. Marino. cie.J.ur e\.prl years past, this mrtlirir.e t.a b.
    to Walter do. Plaid Wool.
    100 sacks Rio Cofl c; M d IJLva ; belong Thompson. : use in Can-ida \% here it has ben.ir.e un'.ver
    8 Lots improved, valued at $ '/), purporting to Kid Lace and Silk Gloves. ( :
    40 bxs Aromatic Toliircn: known, i is considered the bet mtdc
    h E J Wood's estate. Tuskan Bonnets latest fashion. ) ant
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    belong: to Gipley ,
    du.eaes. me
    ; 50 Mnft'd do. Brown's and Labby's: ; use for pulmonary
    2 Lotts valued at $200, to Ribbons in all varieties. f
    improved, purporting
    that (
    20 Sperm Candles; !'Vjb' !s brown Soap; which has attended its u:e in
    belong to Hez R Wood. Brown Shirting, 7-8, 4--1 and 31.Bleached ; .
    w
    100 bags: Shot ; 50 keg: Powder; try, and the many truly wondeilul! rim
    2000 lbs Lead ; 4 casks Linseed Oil; 4 Lots improved, valued at $200, purporting to do. 7-8,3-.1, 4-1,10-4,11-4. have been eflectrd'by it; has indul'ec rhe prp ,

    200kegs( White L.Md.: N.). I IEtraaiiil! Pure. belong to Carnot Woodruff. Blankets, C-4 and 8- I. to introduce i into the I'nifti! St. l :

    For sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO. 1 Lot unimproved valued at $50, purporting to Ingrain and Cotton Carpeting. fident of its being the most safe and vlr.ij', : :..

    Dec 5: 41 Woter street. belong to Charles Wilson. Carpet Bags. mtdv ever discovered and adjpttd t(.I diI -

    -. 2 Lois unimproved, valued at $50: purportingto Hats and Caps, all styles. I of 1 the !tings. v\ hen any of the! functions '.
    : Fresh!! Herbs.SA.GE belong to J I D West cot t. Boot and Shoes. perform their natural cr hasty action, jHt ;

    Thyme Summer Savory, Sweet Mar- 8 Lots unimproved valued at $:)1), purportingto Clothing of all kinds. :; most : and soothing ii.rluer.re l'er
    I m, Catnep, B'm'-ct, ll'IIeho'JndVorm.. belong to P D VoodruftI Also a neat little assortment! of Jewelry and grateful whole systtm, d Hmirnsr>i"f

    wood, &c., just received an.1 for !tale !bv Lot unimproved, valued at :$j 5'J, purporting to many other articles ton numerous to mention. citement when excessive, allayii'g &nrttai

    NOT 23 J. C. ALLEN.: belong to William Wyat. Call and examine for yourselves.N. soreness and pain, and speedih iinparfingrei

    3 Lois unimproved valued at $:))0, purporting SEYMOUR. ; ed vigor and elasticity to the \\hi.i fuir.e.

    Fine Fur and Silk Hats. to belong to It W Williams. Apalachicola, Nov. 1.1, 191'3.Tarraiit's ; Prepared and sold, wholesale and rctai.->,
    12 CASES superior Fur a'id Silk Hats, which Lots: improued, valued' at $l,5'JU: purporting to ------- t JOHN WINER Co., S3 Maiden Lane,
    low to John [D Effervescent Seltzer ; & 1
    are offered very by belong Gray. York, soie proprietor for the UiiedState '
    Jan 2 F. KOPMAN.PEASE'S ISAAC JACKSON, Sheriff! I Aperient. H. F. ABELL. Asject

    : Clarified E-v-enee of Hoarhound and ex-officio Tax Collector. I HEALTH RENEWED and an invigorated Jan 9 fr Apalachicdf 1
    December( ISI)5- 4 -Gm I : condition of body produced -
    received and for
    ; a fresh supply just by the use of TARRANTS EFFERVESCENT Liverwort. 1
    aleby H. F. ABELL: Tax Collector's Sale. SELTZER APERIENT. Balsam of .

    t Nov 21 ___ ___ Druggist.\ B Y virtue of the power vested in me by law, I This preparation is universally allowed to be A REMEDY in most perfect ConsumrtioD,1 is said no'1
    discovered settled
    ,_ Boots and Shoes.BOY'S shall on the first Monday in July next expose the most popular remedy of the-present day, for
    and Men's Russet Brogans; for sale! before the Court I louse door, in the county the prevention and cure of Indigestion, Bilious I 1 ; Complaint, or any of their incipient SJB it'
    on the Chrono-Thermal system, by f
    sew'd and peg'd:; Kip Urogatis ; of Calhoun the following! described property, and Liver Complaints, Nervous Weakness,Head- Doctor TAYLOR'S .
    : celeb-rOled medicioftj;
    ,GenU fine Calf Brogans; ; or so much thereof as will pay the State and ache Hcarti;urn, habitual Costiveness, &.C.Traveller" .,
    : Genuine BALSAM ,
    I ;. Wm'i peg'd and sew'd Shoes; Children'* do. do. County Taxes due thereon for the year 18-16- ,. and residents in warm climates will at 375" BOWERY." OF This plan i.f tied

    ,<'< Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes! ; 7000 acre third rate land, purporting to belong find it a desirable article ; it prevents any accu- pares several eminent '
    now by
    Super Ladies' coarse and fine Calf Bcx.ts.A to John D. Gray-numbers not known. mulation of bile, is portable, and the method of and has espoused been for time, phslCP
    a long
    ISAAC JACKSON Sheriff
    and extensive received preparation is unusually convenient. Children
    1 large assortment: just i which has
    *I; -- and for sale by Wl\{. G. PORTER: & CO. and ex-officio Tax Collector, C. C. have frequent occasion for gentle and cooling Taylor's unparalleled medicine success in atende':
    1 January 2, 1847. 1-Cm purgatives 'hey will take this in performing
    Water ; aperient
    I Dec 5 4t street. wholesale preference cures, which in many, very many CS'. !
    .. I'::1 .' Iron, Nails, Ac. Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla. to any other. Sold and retail by ben almost incredible, but the conclusi! r
    i' :: Nov 5. J- C. ALLEN, Druggist, &c.
    ;! .; TONS.Swede, assorted sizes; THIS invaluable and justly celebrated com Doctor can bring forward are ,Irslhwe

    .,. i/1.1 -.i 20. 100 kegs Nails, do. has just been received and for sale by Drugs, medicines, &c. advise all who may have coughs of '.

    : 4 casks.Weeding Hoes, assorted qualities; Dec 26_J. C. ALLEN, Dru gi"t. LARGE and fresh supply of Drugs-Medi colds even, to use this perfect specific! ..

    r 'i''I'1':. 30 Blacksmith Steel Faced Anvils; Lime. A cines, &c. consisting in part of the following delay. Franklin says a small leak will

    .-7 2!: 20'" English and American Vi ei ; CASKS bet Thomaiton, flr.ale by articles:-50 doz Castor Oil, qts, pfo( and hf big ship." Therefore, cure your cougW

    T' 'lit;?' 20 '.' Bellow; 500 D. B. WOOD & CO. pts; :5 bxs Houck's Panacea ; 10 bxs Olive Oil your lungs are past cure. For sale by

    J ;: /,f. --t 12. dozen Spades and Shovels; Dec 12_ Columbus Row. 40 kegs; Epsom Salts ; 10 bbls Copperas ; 10 lbs ; J. C. ALLEN_ Slegenh P._\
    *
    i 1 M -<.' -,,,," : /. 10 M ColhDl .Axe.; .011. Gum Opium ; 20 lbs Sulphate Quinine; 20 doz ; .
    I .;;.J"'; 10 bxs Cotton and Woolen Cards; Lamp London Mustard ; Herbs of all kinds; 20 lbs CAUTION-The genuine Doctor T.
    I 1 Rowland's Cat Steel Mill Saw; WINTER STRAINED very superior ar- bxs Lemon or LIVERWORT, has on tM,
    ., %t; cue Nutmegs; ; 15 Starch ; 20 bxs Syrup ; BAUA ,
    ;? L 1000 lbs Cut and German Steel, for sale by t received and for sale by 10 kegs Pearlash ; 2 gross Seidletz and Soda !! splendid steel plate engraving, to Vrefe
    PORTER & CO. Nov.28 H. F ABELL, Druggist. terfeits signed by Gurdon J. Leeds, any "!
    t i .:: : WAI- G. Powders ; 20 lbs! English; Calomel ; 20 doz Spts

    ft -A ; Dec 41 Water,street.MOFFATS Cider. Turpentine, and a general assortment! of all articles i- vile dangerous imitations, and the in P .

    BRLS. Sweet from brigR. in the Drug line, for Country Merchants, cautioned not to purchase or deal
    I -t : : LIFE PILLS AND PIKENIX Cider, landing ;
    t-- 20 Planters and For sale protected by the U. S. Copy Right L\t,
    received and for sale byJfor C. Fisher. For sale by Physicians by .
    ;
    just
    !j 21 J- C. ALLEN- Jan. 23 NOURSE, STONE & CO. March 1 ]f. F. ABELL. March 21,1845. 12-ly

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