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LIBERTAS, CONSTITUTION, ET .NOSTRA PATRIA. \ '1


V.] APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1847.' [US ,


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0 MM 1. SS I0 IN anI-F 0R W A R D I N G
- :.k E IRC H A N TS
;," *novl ,. No. 53 Water street,"
Snov2l, 'Apalachicola, Fla
A w. IVA YLIE WM.yi A. McKENz^E,-.
; r .'l.& ^V ~aic ,^aizie,
610 GM 1 IO.N MERCHANT
No... 42 Water street,
:Sept. I, 1346; ,,alachicola, Fa


Edward Mle Cully,
AUCTIONEER,
Office No. 50, Water street,
Jaln 16 Apalachicola, Fa.


D. Uialiforeli,
A U IC T I O N A N i t ', 1. ,I tl _;IO N ..i'. t, .. H-l A N T ,
AVND G-;6 :L;l4.UL AGENF,
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B. F. H.,LOEV, } N O ,
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+ M ediars-. WVYLi A. M ..iK.-,\-.l-i, } .;H,s'i :..li .. l"t *I* i *-*' -
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^rtUE. -\^ NU [0t:CrAIL G 1 CF R,
,Pir :,M 'L :r ni iii, I ....J T**' putting ul.p'fam ily,
i[,_ i i'1 .., .t,. ,,v'l ,1 1w to re 's .. +.
N .'J, -1' \\ it.rlr _-=,rl et.? r,
Novi I 1 A- ) I l i.- ,',l ;, Fla.
I I. V. Ab ii-.11
''Wa-)LESAiL,. A.-D RI-.'AlL,
DE N, i) 1 AT EDIC1N P.%IN .
.... '.-\lX,.,-.. general assortmsnt of Statinjery.
"1 C'r. of Chiestnut and Water str.eets,-
.prt l 1.. Apatachicola, Fa.'
VL D"'" I- D. Dardean,
No. 2 ColurQ)bus Buildings,
'f'D1.-. *',. I l3. Apa'lachicola, Fa.


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J. Stevenson & Co.
,No. 45 Waler 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, 1S46.


Bools and Shoes.
BOY'S and Men's Russet Brogans;
Men's sew'd and peg'd Kip Brogans ;
Gents fine Calf Brogans ;
Win's peg'd and sew'd Shoes; Children's do. do.
Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes ;
Super Ladies' coarse and fine Calf Boots.
A large and extensive assortment, just received
and for sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO.
Dec 5 4t Water street.
Iron, Nails, &c.
0 TONS Swede Iron, assorted sizes;
'2 100 kegs Nails, do.
4 casks Weeding Hoes, assorted qualities;
20 Blacksmith Steel Faced Anvils;
20 English .and American Vises;
20 Bellows;
12 dozen Spades and Shovels;
10 Collins' Axes;
10 bxs Cotton and Woolen Cards;
1 case Rowland's Cast Steel Mfill Saws ;
.1000 lbs Cast and German Steel, for saMsby
WM. G. PORTER & CO.
Dec 4 44 Wa'fer.street.


H. R. W ,_.)L,
W w) dii & CIO.'
AAUCTIONE .'i-; .\ N-'-COMMISSION
M E it- H A NTl S,
No. 2- ,.i.'a'rc n Building,
Oct. 31. Aralaehicola
A. N. il'li.iyg
-COIM MISSION MERCHANT,
No. 40 Water street,
SPIii 21, 18.N6. A ,, :,.:+,i.:..l., Floridt..


Win. G. Porter & Co.
DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
No. 41 Water Street,
Dec 5 Apalaohicola, Fa.


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


J. C. Allen,
: Wholesale and Iletail Dealer in
-Df':tC 'ME I 111VIE'tI".S, PAINTS, OILS,"
.: -+ 'GLASS, BRUSHES, &e., &c.
1 1 -also,
\, a general assortment of
'*0OZ.iS. BL VNKS. S .ATi,.'NEIZY, ,rc., &c.
cor ot' Che=-;tn & CoJIII ,'?:_ l -,r'?ets,
Dec 4 At, tl.-ii :. 'ia, Fla, +
B. S. Hawley,
:FACTOR AND COM,\I[SSION MERCHANT,
No. *5 Water street,
Dee 5 Apalaehicola, Fa.
P
Avery A- Jones,
GtlOCERS O&'. COMMS[ION .MER[ANTS,
N0. 43 W..i otr t'eete


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


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'1.rF J.%MTN Er.LISON. WILIAMr A. WOOD.
*"k B. Ellison & Co.,
-: .tMMISSION MERCHANTS,
i. "-, ** AND DEALERS TN .
DRY GOODS, GkOCERIES, HARDWARE,
TIN WVARE, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
- CAPS, CROCKERY, SHIP
;,. CHANDLERY, &-c.
+. 24 W ater street.
:,Jan 23 Apalaehicola, Fa.


A BRILLIANT NAVAL FEAT!
Aln account of" the bombardment of the toutn of
Guaymas, and the cutting out of the Mexican
brig Condor, by the U. S. Sloop-oj- War
Cane, Con. JDu Ponte.
The Washington Union contains a letter
from an officer on. board the U. S. sloop-
of-war Cyane, Commander Du Ponte, en-
gaged in the blockade of the Mexican ports
on the Pacific, giving an account of the
bombardment of Guavmas, and the cutting
out of the Mlexican brig Condor, from under
the artillery and musketry of the enemy, on
the 7th of October last, The Mexican ac-
count of this affair, published recently, rep-
res'ented that our forces were ingloriously
driven off. _.
I'4t appears fr-ot' i-br e Vat the Cyane
anchored a mile from the town on the 3d of'
October, when it was disttevered (hat two
Mexican gun-boats, which sie had been in
search of, *ere lying in front of (he town,
dismantled, and their guns landed. The
Mlexicars were busy hauling them up in
front of the town, and were also dismantling
the brig Condor, which was hauled close in.
A large concourse of citizens and soldiers
assembled in front of the town to watch the
Cyane, and resist her landing.
Coin. Du Ponto informed the neutral
vessels of the blockade, from whom he
learned that 500 well disciplined troops were
awaiting his attack, and that they had com-
pelled the American Consul to leave three
(lays previous.,
On the Gth, Commander Du Ponte sent
a flag of truce ashore, demanding the deliv-
ery of the Iwo gun-boats. The Mexican
commandant was given three hours to an-
swer, when lie refused to comply With the
demand, as nDt comporting with their mi-
litary or national character." He was then
told that if the military did hot evacuate the
town, and the boats were not given up by
1'0 o'clock the next day, the town would be
fired on, and the boats taken by force.
On the morning of the 7th, the Cyane
hauled up to within 1100 yards of the town,
being as near as she could get, at high tide,
and soon after a reply to Com. Din Ponte's
communication was received, being a per-
einptory refusal to comply with his terms,
accornpanie'd with defiance and gasconade.
Commander Du Ponte was then waited
'on by four persons, representing themselves
as neutral merchants, who, requested that
hostilities night not be commenced for
three days, to allow them to remove their
effects. They stated that not a woman or
child remained in the place, that 500 men
were under arms; and that to defer hostili-
ties would not enable the Mexicans to throw
Up-baal ri N omr ingo 0 4 .. .
which turned out to be untrue, as the next
day 300 armed indians, mounted, arrived,
being the advance of a body of 700 to ar-
rive on a subsequent day. Commander Du
Ponte refused the request of the four men,
as he suspected they were c'olleagued with
ihe Mexicans. He gave them an hour,
however, but no sooner had they-returned
to the shore than both the .gun-boats were
discovered with the Mexican flag flying and
on fire, much to the regret of our men.-
The writer then details what occurred as
follows'.
We at once fired two Paixhans at them.,
which dispersed those that were firing the
boats. It was soon evident that they were
thoroughly fired, and we considered so much
of our work as done-work, too, which we
thought hazardous, as the gup-boats were
hauled up and the shore was lined with
buildings and walls that gave protection
to their men; and besides, within fifty
yards of them, we could see that they had
prepared entrenchments to cover- them,
and also had two guns taken from the boats,
and several pieces of field ordnance. We
felt they had yielded to our ability to -take
them, which was actually striking to seven-
ty-five men, (the most we could have lan-.
ded,) and with these they could have come
to a band-and-hand conflict in two feet wa-
ter. Our ship's company was Very much
reduced in number, all of our marine guard
with their Lieutenant having been left to
garrison the town Los Angelos, Upper Ca-
lifornia. We had officered and manned the
prize-schooner Julia, with one Lieutenant,
one Midshipman and twelve men, which,
with our sick list, left our effective force
greatly reduced.
Comn. DuPont, in answer to the Spanish
Consul, replied that he would not open his
fire again, unless some offensive act was
committed by the inhabitants who were at
liberty to return to their avocations; that
he hadl accomplished all he desired, and-con-
vinced the Mexicans that h're previous for-
bearance arose from a desire to protect the
property of neutrals.
A captain of a neutral vessel, who was on
shore during the bombardment, reports that
the enemy had expressed themselves confi-
dently, that they could beat off any force,
that might attempt to cut out the Condor',
and that our fire had been rmust destructive
to the buildings; that our Paixhan shells
had exploded in the inside of a house and
turned it insi']e out, and that so great was


the force of a 321b. shot, that one had gone
through five house walls, and buried itself
in thesixth;" and that six persons were
wounded. As far as he could ascertain,
none were killed. It was reported subse-


Vrof m co ncal Notico.

WM, SYDNEY GREEN, M. D.
(j- May be found at his residence, corner of
Centre and High streets, opposite the Mansion
House. Nov 8.
Dr. A. W. Chapltoan,
Office over the Drug Store of B. S. HFawley,
(entrance on Chestnut street.) Residence at the
house lately occupied by Dr. Baltzell.
January 10, 1846. 2-tf


,from their protected posil'bQ!t"tho t-'-ei
posing themselves to theo, v-'abi18tj : :OMF
Launch, with her gun (a 12z l & ca6Li.
and (he third cutter, were cultSleda a
their crews armed and equippeL.[-iMM.
G. W. Harrison in command of"tlcfexfriA
tion, in the launch with midsh pnu El..N.
Crabb and acting boatswain. JamM Colo'.
The third cutter with lieut. Ediwvl g~in*d
and midshipmanR. F. R. Lewi hfi b
extra small-arm men, shoved o1a2 h4. t
U1. Lying on their oars a h/eWnTA~q9,
alongside,-they were address 4 by C:fl.
Pont, in a few pertinent rem,-s, ste"g.rdrm
the necessity of his sending ibefta tion'"o
hazardous an,-pr "-,.lt' -' Iw:--6 -'
.tMaw .h feenemy, byrttae maft'BeVS
--ot ire bii-g fdvti ber more eposeted flifitw,
how ihey could handle the gun-hoats.'|be
officers and men in the boats enDiedby IL1
aboard, (for such was Ihie enthusiasm,.._l
every man not selected for ihe "pdi0AY
was disappointed) gave way, 3'nd. P q'l..
directly for The brig. We at,0nce opened
a fire from the ship UlM'tb ) tova. ^.,f
round and shell shot, concentrating (b.e .j
.upon the government buildings'which, .for-
ttnately, formed a space between, t'e -,h
behind -which the military lay; and wbe^
the Condor was lying. Our fir had,l.tb
effect to make the troops withdraw'
to find greater security behind ihbi. ifl
part of the hill; we soon saw that our *flt
and shells were doing fearful execution j
the holes in the walls of the houses.
the enemy did open. upon. our boat*+ iItq
diately,.our fire was slackened for fearjba'l
our shell night burst before reachip. 9i.q-
shore, and do injury to our own peoplo... -r,
When -our boats boarded, tieCon orrklie
enemy, with three cheers 0peued upob .'iS.
wi0i volleys of musketry, and ;, 18-pobx4Ac
charged wi:h grape and round shot, ..d.
culverine situated within musket XRg^
'them Our fire from the ship was..at S"
fiercelreguimed, and so weII\ directed, that
it prevented the enemy from approachijI t44
Condor, conning them behiind the"hiiii '
the whole space was swept ,by puiri4a (nd
shells. Their fire was also warmly reta A n
by our Lalundh's gun, and tlaesn'ilalksk-
men drawn up on the deck oft 16imig.. PR
cable, though of iron, was soon cut .iriljh .
axe, and our men were heaving cheeriljfipq).
the hawser running, to *he kege. maieon
which they had dropped as. th apyrof S
the brig, with "off she g"tes,. nd x e*t.
must gro." \ '-"
in tNb meantime, the ueftiy's fire V46iW.'&
,so hot, that lieut. Harrison ordered'.ihe brhf-=
to be fired, fearing the boals'migfit7 60 4 .
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kIUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY PY
J. L. W V MAN.


f: tai~ctllan ou!8.

*; SHORT PATENT SERMON.
BY bOW, J1.
The following are the words of my text:
As I walked by myself I talked to myself-
Myself it said unto me,
Beware of thyself, take care of thyself.
For nobody cares for thee.
My hearers-that this is a selfish world,
every one finds out about as soon as he
ceases sucking and begins to watch for
bread and butter. Even the little pigs i
know it as they toot each other aside, and t
scramble over one another's backs, to get at ,
the swilltrough. The lame chicken, too, r
*feels it most lamentably as he hobbles along, (
.--$ ki the rear of his flock,, and arrives m-.-:
tine just to be too late for the last crumb," '
and when a hungry hawk darts among them, (
be must look out for himself or he is a .
gone chicken. What do the other chick- i
ens care for his safety or welfare? Not a
gravel stone. In the beasts of the field, the
"fowls of the air, and the fishes of the sea, f
you behold,, my friends, a dark picture of
selfiishness, umilluminated by a single ray
of mutual kindness, or common sympathy- v
and mankind presents one equally as dark.
The thistles of selfishness overspread the
whole social, moral, political and religious
world; and as for eradicating them, you
might as well und'ert-ake to dig the root of ;
all evil' (the loe ov f money) from the human
heart with the pickaxe of" theoretical piety.
My friends-years ago-after wandering
about the world, and inspecting its compli-
cated machinery-often foolishly putting
faith in professed friendship-and, often
having discovered the main-spring of all
human actions-I sat down upon the stump
of consideration, and I talked to myself;
`nyserf talked to me, and we both talked
together. We come to thee conclusion,
that, as the devil was after everybody, every-
body must look after himself-, So I button-
ed up my coat, took out my jack-knife, and
tout ibe a stick of independence, and trudged
along-caring a fig for nobody, since no-
body cared a pumpkin-seed for me. What
is friendship, my brethern? It is -a bee
that sucks only when there is honey to be
got, and carries the treasure to its own hive;
a- shadow upon the dial-present when
shines the sun of prosperity, and absent when
lower the clouds of adversity; a useless dog
-always about'wben not needed, but out of
whistling 'distatrce when wanted the most.
In short, as my friend Goldsmith says,
friendship is but a name ; a charm that lulls
one into a dangerous sleep; a shade, that
follows Wealth and Fame, and leaves poor
draggle-tail Poverty to get out of the mtud-
an(] mire the best way she can.
Indvidual!--beware of yourself-take
care of yourself! You know what human
nature is: immutable as a mountain, unal-
terable as a gelding, and unchangeable as a
bad dollar bill. Therefore, belong to no
society established for mutual assistance.--
Such societies are fur the benefit of a few,
not for the mass. They may drop a bles-
sing here and there, into the laps of the
really deserving; but, in the abstract, they
are all fiddle-sticks. They are calculated
to encourage laziness and engender care-
lessness. They act as an opiate to ambi-
lion, and a paralyzer to the arm of industry.
The friendship of such societies is a charm
that lures to sleep.' Believe in no Fooler-
ite doctrin of Socialism. It is all very
pretty to dream about, Mr. and Mrs. Fer-
guson ; but you can't make the system work,
till men are furnished with new and differ-
ent hearts-human nature turned inside out
-and the love of lucre, and desire tQ em-
ulate and excel, are eradicated from every
bosom : which can never be-and, therefore,
let Heaven be plastered with praises! The
world was made to progress-',propel'-and
the Almighty never intended our first par-
ents and their children to be pent up in a
little garden patch, with nothing to do but
lounge, sleep and stay their stomachs with
the spontaneous productions of the earth,
Were it so, how much higher position
should we now occupy in the scale of being
than the brute creation ? Not two inches.
No, it is intended that we should advance,
spread, expatiate; and so the God of Nature
has implanted in each individual ambitious
desires, a love of self-aggrandizement, and
an ardent desire to raise, in some way,
superior to his fellow mortals around him;
and all he wants is, plenty of elbow room, a
clear track, and no favor from your dull,
plodding philosophers, who, because they
can't keep up themselves, insist opon all
taking hold of hands and jogging on to-
gether.
My young, fr'iends--I wish sto impress it
upon your minds that others don't care so
much for you as you may imagine. They,
no doubt, would like to see you do well in
the world; but they are not going five miles
out o~fthe way to do you a good turn. So,
if you wish to attain the summit of" honor,
wealth, and distinction, yon must spit upon
your hands, stick in. your toe-nails, and
climb away, without waiting for somebody
to give you a boost. +You can accomplish


a great deal, if you have only a mind to try;
and the best way to make you try is, to con-
vince you of the ('act, that you. can never
fatten upon the friendship of a hollow and
deceitful world ; which is so freely bestow-
ed because it costs nothing, and is worth
nothing to nobody. As soon might you
think of getting a corporation by inhaling
the steam from a dinner-pot, or going to
bed and dreaming of doing homage to the
beauty of a beef-steak. I say unto you, my
friends, make an effort to take care of your-
selves individually, and you'll probably do
it; but should sickness come upon you una-
wares, and hang on like a bull-dog-should
you sink deeper and deeper in the mire of
misfortune at every effort to extricate your-
selves-while patience is perishing and hope
is dying-then call upon Charity for a pen-
ny, and upon me for advice,; and verily you
i shall be attended to. So mote it be!


W " G. +1[. D1AVIS, Edithw -

.O~tfi'ee, Th'td .I'dto, "31i0.ll 3 Buildings, corner oft
G "oinini..- 'Eu ldl C he sr nJt streets. -
] ..... ... .T E ltM :-;.
: : .- SuTBiCRIPrIN'N-.--ThIree. DU,.r-; per atloiil'l,
: paid i'l advT.-IO ,r $3 j-_ 1t paid within six
it th .* 4 .,
h~ifrhs", or'.ff1 ,,.) if lp,t.. thi,?palt.er.
No q6b-;cripvn tki ae1nh Ir'a ,V' t,-ml tlian -j x
Ailhs'adr s*wil:-" AlhM-'fe ch.ir.- d 1luf
hi't I'teri,,J. N o p1 ,ei f.'i e ,t's," i .. i't
44" 1 4'r,'eAr,-s are put Vi t jw^al hIe 'oILt Ut o lhe
k g_"p#et or .- :'' ,' "
l.Iu i A v uftrrs,:i'.--0) @:1u:tre, (tvl%l .Vs
S -, tfi.' r",--;1.^l Fii 't Cents 1r-- every v uli-
A d',ent iii'erliorl.
r6 tlto.r e *,VI, > ..t.terti'e hb% tho a.,t laIhhera!
d is:otm nt .viil l ,. m rt -? t tll -l ,,--rli't i-ii','nt i,,r
stri l.'tl [),'rlai, nn-' t,, r~l,?l' ,,'.vi) tjii.ttrl,';' .--. .veil
h3 all l ?al a,1t [!i.ii, ? i _ ,t 111 b1, tlh,:in, w ill
ec chin -.^,i r t tji'? ,., i.,l rt,.'.
.I- All I,'Z, a.'lv.:.t i!,? i:m it init I)e ]a ld C.r
In, advance., ., .
Five Do'laris "will-e 6411hrgled- (or hnnoufnc-
inl., candidates for office.
XB3- All adverti3ements `'r.-.'n a ,'ti:fan.:, must
+ be accompanied-with the ca~h, o'rcity reference,'
1o iq'ure i,,,ertli.r,.


+ .: Bell & Lawson,
IMP'ORTER.S, MERCHANTS, AND
I COMMISSION AGENTS,
Jah 23 BAINBRIDGE, GEORGTIA


W. G. N. Davis,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Offers his services to the public in either of ei&
above capacities. "--
,f.. le.ittil. prafticf" regularly in Franlkfin Cl.'"
houn and Jackson Circuit Courts-ard -ill, 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.
Apalaehicola,' September 8, 1846.


E. 3. iHardin,
FACTnP. AND. COMMISSION MERCHANTT.
'* -'''*''^ Q 0!h'l.-',1, No. -6 'C,'>lt:mLij us u-itda igr, g
''+J}{ 1" J; B1oberts, Allen &6 Co.,
DEALERS IN HARDWARE AND SHIP
CHANDLERY, IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
SPIKES, AND CASTINGS,
And Mlanufacturers of Tin, 1ton, and Cop-
per Mares.
Dec 12 Apalachicola, Fa.


H. E. Owens,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
CLAYTON, Barbonr County, Alabama.
April 29, 1846. 2-tf


WM. W. SImS. WMI. W. CHEEVER.
Sims & iCheever,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Office No. 21 Water street.
dec12 Apalachicola, Fla.


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A. G. Semmes,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
01- Office, Xo. 2 Oapt. Simmo7N's Building,
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets.
nov5 Apalachicola,'Fla.
J. ]Law,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Bainbridge, (Decatur Co.) Ga.
0- Will attend punctually the Superior Courts
of the counties of Early, Baker and .Decature of
the South Western, and of the county of Thdrnas
of the Southern Circuit. may3


W. T. WOOD. E. B. BALLOU.
Wood & a& lalou,
COMM MISSION MERCHANTS,
Office No. 42 Water street.-Up stairs.
Jan 16 Apalachicola, Fa.


Thomas Preston,
COMMiSSiON MERCHANT AND TOBACCO
INSPECTOR AND BROKER.
No. 2S Water st.-Office second back roomfi.
Dec 26 Apalachicola, Fa.
-[ Butt.
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
Dec 25 Aplaachicola,, Fa.
S. M. Nicuersolr,
DEALER IN CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, CAPS, &c.
No. I Columbus Block,
Dec 12 Apalachicola, Fa.
Charles Rogers John Munn. Eugene W. Rogers.
C3aas. ROers & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Water street,
dec 12 Apalachicola, Fa
D. R. Wood & Co.,
C 0 M M MISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS.,
No. 7, Columbus Row,
Nov. 29, IS46. Apalachicola, Fla..
R. F. Nourse, .R. B. Stone, HI. W. Brooks.
Nourse, Stoale & Co.)
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 46 Water stfee:t ,
Dec 12 Apalachicoia-, Fla.,
3[. II, <& n. Hull,
FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 48 Water street,


John Bilho,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ALBANY, GA.
WILL practice in the several Courts of the
South-Western Circuit, and Thoinas and
Stewait counties
Aug. 5, 1845. 31-tf


LUMBER INSPECTOR.-The undersigned
having been appointed Inspector of Lumber
for the County of Franklin, offers his services to
the public in that capacity, and will attend to all
duties appertaining tosaid appointment.
CORNELIUS GRADY.,
March 22, 1845.


LUMBER INSPECTOR.-Having been ap-
pointed Inspector of Lumber for the County
of Franklin, the undersigned offers is services
to the public in that capacity, and will attend to
all duties appertaining to said appointment. .
April 18, 1S46. BENJ. LUCAS.

Thos. E. Gray,
MERCHANT TAILOR.
Chesnut st. next door below Francis Kopman's.
W-IOULD respectfully inform the citizens of
Apalachicola, that he has just received
from New Yorkk 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, 1816.


oF3ifsr af ih'cj w are receiving.'iR .Si
least 500 muskets. When she`. warped,
up to the kedge, she was, taken in tow~l,
the boats; it was at this moment that thp,
enemy had some exul'taribai, sleeIni, Jie
boats pulling away from the- 12brig, aay $t) "
observing the hawser which was Mack, lh1). 4
thought the boats were beaten off, but.ht.:
soon saw the hawser tighten and1the,bg.,
follow the boats. The first cutter was t;l eqr
sent, in charge of acting master J. F". SiSi-
son to assist' in towing the brig.,. _, _, 1"
Shie was s'oun out br 'ange of thi t e Oki
musketry, itfe fire was fir ignite, s!he.4Fjp
towed to leeward- of us, and ^ its .amt
off. We ceased.our firing, 'e
men were joyously received-n.a. mp.,. -
.injured, which seemed mirac.iwis ,,
brig's side and masts were full of.ti, ;|
one of our launch's oars was broken Jhy'.-*
grape shot, the only" injury done._'a ;(,4r.

seems quite as storage as fabulous .t'-m,.
eye witness, when written, as it mtiu'!@.y,,
that two boats, with about fifty mepi.-=
be exposed to so great a fire from twe,y..,
thirty minutes, without suslaiihg ir$rfip g,
but such is the whole truth. "beliepeyjqa
may search naval records in vain fCr hettetd
planned or more completely -executed.pi-
pedition. Its entire su-ccess" wi|houh .| ,.
is the highest evidence of\is just cocpUPO" A
and its gallent execution. The piri6,.4ka(l1;
lighted the fires at. Tribpliii stii1 ali e2.1!V
our navy; the old spirit -is not- bariedk61,;1
raised up. It must be recollected ipt hi. [4 ,
cutting out was made at mid-day, aitf !i i
vious .notice given, rhe truth is thel teyM,
did not open their fire upon our boats uil}t]
they boarded the brig, when, w eh e "..r^,
cheers they opened upon them, believi.Qg.it,
had every man !-bagged"' thft was in".K?4 ^
of their shot. There can be no do6btl (9e
felt that they had them trapped, ftoin. their
exultation. Never did a sert.f men'.ba..aw
better than ours did. ,< ; ,-.
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THE MONKEi AN rb .S-T. y Rii.yrS^*'.
At a recent teimperafce meefirEL-N Chffh-l
i. .... *.<',,$" $
bia, S. C., the following.slory k s. elate".;,

by one of the Speakers: .- .'- .4)
A German had made a 'forjt'wrinAPhHa4,M"
delphia by selling milk. "He siartnl-,J'ton~erin
with two bags ofsovereigns. On. sl.ioAi
he counted one bag of h'is treasu .; A *a
chievous monkey was waichinig, his'dpem-,5*
tions. As soon as it was replaced and,.tld*
up, and the 'other bag emptied; J"lAtW +
snatched up the full oue, and was;66on-, the mast head. .He opened rheSl ow'wd,
bag, and after, eyeing Ihe pretty *gea&.rfbnl"
proceeded 0p tdrop one I-lene ulma:ilhe;.fg|f
and auollier i-lthe water,, unlil he hRdlj =k "--
ished. The Dutchman threw. up'h-bsill!RA4
exclaiming,.." He must be the '.Dtus^1^ ft0 l
that which came from the tn.hr.tM?b
give to the water, and that whliiM J DWWMf
the mitk, he.gi-ves to mtte!" ; ..
: "* t *' I '.+t i +. *
A PALPABLE HIT.--Mr, tt.'R iq'
eery bar, asked an M. P. better .'k-i 1 ;
desultory and dully speeches tl"jB*1Iyi'M-?_
or arg uneft, if he i ntended- to-i b-8
Parliament au th.e next se ss,; *.
replied the +Du1lard, ,- I (to ofkno, U .1tfMB
have calibre enough for the HE6nqf' kir -!^ ^
nions." "Calibre," said R., il I, to)^^ F
-ing of' your .-'atbre, but yotr
enough for any thing."


d"! 1. j-I .:iita SaIter,
.-COM MISSION MERCHANT,
..... No. 43 Water street-Up stairs,
Dac. I, 1,84-5. Apalachicola, Fla.
"'+ "' Ii. Fi'ecd. E. Dagas,
.FACTOR AND COMMISSION'
.. '- M E 1G C A N T,
+" -No. 2 Columbus Block,
D .- 6, 1iS'J.5. Apalachicola, Fa.


APALACHICOLA, FA


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Harper & & tones,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
also,
Agents for the
SUN MUTUAL IINSURANCE COMPANY,
oj the City of .Xewv York,
No. 51 Water street,
Dee 12 Apalachicola, Fa.


CHARLES PRAi-t.


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Dodge & Psratt-
_i [[2??1N.4C& CrIMMISSION MERCHANTS,
+ No. 40 Water Street,
"Nv2. 1" Apalachicola, Fa.
-... it. Taylor,
C'.)[MISSION AND FORWARDING
/,' .... MERCHANT,
., -No. 22 Water-street,
sr)t . I \' Apalachicola.
--y" Fraancis K:op~a3B'a'i,

,."'T-HOLES\JL+E A-ND RETAIL DEALER IN
DMY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, AND
CLOTHING, &c,
o-Ctl Chestnut-Sfreet, Apalachicola, Fla..


C. A. GE Em,. C. H. CONNERY.
Green 4c Conucry,
COM MISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 36, Water street.
APALACHICOLA, FA.
Pelican Mutual Insurance Co. of New York.
CHAS. A. GREEN, Agent.
Dec 5 No. 36 Water street.
Edlward McCully,
COMMISSION ME11CHANT AND DEALER
IN D1tY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
No. 59 Water street.
Dec 5 Apalachicola, Fa.


'Jo0111 S. I [utchinson,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
> Now..-50 Water street.
Solicits patronage, APALACHICOLA, Fa.
Jas. F. warrior,
GENERAL RECEl\"iN_, FORWARDING f
C.,C'-,Jli.'l'- IN MERCHANT;.
N-... .51 1iWater street.
Dee 5 Apalachicola, Fla.


M OFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND, PI1CENIX

BITTERS, just received and for sale by
Nov 21 J. C. ALLEN.


T. Hl. kiiiia A. Ca.,
;C0 M MI I SS ION- M E.R CHANTS,
No. 45 V'ater Street,


Oct. 24


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.A I -tell il 4' ,.. Fa


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


poke dAc Horne,
'- MISSION MERCHANTS,
; *No. 13, St. Charles Street,
..... + New-Orleans,


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


ANDEW S. CooKE,
l;;b S.


AMOS HORN.


ATS and Caps by the case low for cash by
B. ELLISON & CO.
LadiesO fine Kid and- Walking
Shoes.
1 PRS. Ladies' fine Kid Slippers;
125 1.50 prs. Walking Shoes;
100 colored and black Slippers.
For sale very low, by
Jan 9 41 F. KOPMAN,


quently, that several of the enemy were kil-
led. The Q/l,'n- left the harbor on the 9th,.
without molestation.-
We no'w'set manfully at our remaining
work, which was to cut out the only Mexi-
can vessel lying in the harbor, (the neutral
vessels had hauled o'lr, as they were direct-
ed.) This was the brig Conddr,'anchored
within pistol-shot Of the town, and within
short musket range of the troops concen-
trated behind the hill I have before men-
tioned. She evidently was not burned
when the gun-boats were, on account of her
being more completely covered by their
combined forces, lying in a cove so far be-.
hjpd tjais hill that they could fire upon her


S Starr & Co.,
AUCTION &- COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND GENERAL AGENTS,
EUFAULA, ALA.
REFERENCES:
MUST, DEAN & WYLES, ")
JOSIAH BLACKWELL & Co. N York.
L. F. SEAMAN & Co. New York.
JOHN NORTON, jr. f
JoHrN FRASE.R &2 Co., Charleston.
C. C. LATHROP & Co, New Orleans,
WARREN CROMWELL, Columbus, Ga.
,A. K. AYER.
E. J. HARDIN, Apalachicola.


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


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.AplLac.hl -otI, F.I.


AY.


JEREMIAH DAY.' ,.,Fi J. D.A\
SJr.. Day & Co.,
COMMISSION, MERCHANTS,
"N.. 52 Water street,-


Fine Boots and Brogans.
* C CASES Gent's fine Calf Boots;
12 300 prs Brogans.
For sale at low prices, by .
Jan 9 F. XO AN.


Deje 5 Apalachicola, Fa.
* fr- Also, Agents for the "]EtInaInsurance Co."
the "- Protectio, In ruan,'e Co." and the "Hart-
ford4nmuramce C'?:" l-I.nford Coi), -


W ISTAR'S and Swayne's Balsam of Wild
Cherry, just received'and for sale by
Nov 2 + J. C. ALLEN.


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cal this order, and permit the colonel to lead
the .1r.- his regiment.
Troops [From the N. 0. Picayune of the 18th last ]
es ar. LATER FROMH VERA CRUZ.
tRitchie Santa Anna not Assassinated-Hi.s Gambling
Murder Operations-Xumber and Condition of his
\teers- .drmy-Proposed Movement to Tula-Gen
Sec. Sec. La Vega in Command at Vera Cruz-Re-
I source of the Garrison-Furtility af Seizure
of the of Church Property-Battle of" El Paso-
! have Defeat of- the Mexicans-Dissolution of thu
h, from Ministryj &c.
imargo By the arrival of the bark St. Marys, from
by the Havyana, we are placed in possession o lthe
i /party advicesby the British steamer from Mexico
ar Sal- The rumor of the assassination of Santa
Gaines Anna turns out to be. unfounded ; so also of
i taken his active opposition to the seizure of church
it mur- property. At last accounts he was still a
g corn- San Luis Potosi. Vera Cruz papers ofthb
s. As 18th ult. announce that letters from San
)ortant Luis speak of his immediate departure for
to lay Tula. Letters from the city of Mexico a-ir
to the same effect, and represent that hl
Ito,( would move at' the head of the main body
o. e of his forces. Letters on which we rely
rations fidently say that his whole strength does

o be in 'not exceed 23,000 men of all arms. They
Vithin are represented to be in a deplorable situa-
taken, ^tion for want of means. They are destitute
board, ofclothing and provisions, and one regiment
Worth had actually lefIt for the city of Mexico.
gling Santa Anna er'ploys his time in gambling
and cock fighting aud writing mejivcing and
D%? energetic represe'ions to congress for
. $ money. Wee% en have assurances that he
you, quite recently %I',il $34,000 at monte from
3;1n1. his own officers, very many of whom are
ofd and very young men The latest accounts we
)ut'in- have seen from San Luis say that he would
;e, too move upon Tula the morning of the 27th
which Ult. Thisis statedinaaletterdatedthe26th.
I Us In Gen. La Vega has been appointed Corn-
d. irandant General of Vera Cruz.' Letters of
t. Rit-' the 20th ult. fromMexico mention this fact,
actiing and there can be no doubt of it. He will be
n Sal- fortunate if" he has not an early opportunity
hearing of revisiting the United States in his former
, frorn capacity.
e des- Our private accounts, from most respon-
f the sible sources, set down the number oftroops
,,oge. iithe city of Vera Cruz at 3,500-some say
y and 3.000. The garrison of San Juan le Ulua
learn, !does not exceed 1100 troops Some ac-
e was counts represents that here are two month's
d and provisions in the castle, but we have a let-
n dra- ter from a gentleman who has access to the
)ners. most respectable sources 'of information,
lisiin- but whom we need not name, in which he
n the assures us that there is not a barrel of salted
d Re- provisions in the castle, and that the troops
a, and both of the castle and city, are dependent
and upon the back country for their daily sup-
little plies-of food. So far as the troops in the
there city are concerned, this has long been the
case, and we have all confidence in our cor-
Ohio respondent's information as to the castle.
)e his They have been for some time in continual
(I aw- apprehension of an atrack at Vera Cruz,
t and and the inhabitants appear to have as little
pose, doubt as to the issue as we have.
yards In regard to the condi:iou of the military
throughout Mefco we have, the evidence
deep of an eye-witness. He testifies that every-
g let- where it is deplorable from the state of des-
Of titution in which the troops now are. They
tree,- are miserable clothed and fed. The con-
the gress of the State of San Luis recently pas-
.sed a decree authorizing the Governor of
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treaty. For proof of these averments, N
Calhoun referred to evidence on file in t
State Department.
If these allegations be true, then Mr. Po
stands convicted of gross ignorance in n
foreseeing the consequences of Genet
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to War, conquest, and the annexation o.
California and New Mexico-hoping thai
the end would sanctify the means-that all
inquiry into the cause of the War would
be deterred by the threatening accusation
.f giving "aid and comfort to the enemy,"
or forgotten amidst the shouts of triumph
for victories won, and rejoicing over terri-
tory acquired.
We trust we shall hear no more charges
of treason made against the Whigs, who
arraign the conduct of Mr. Polk in making
War, whilst they yield the WVar, as made,
their hearty support-now that a friend of
the Democratic Parly-one whose interest
it was to see it prosper-joins in making the
same accusation, and refers for proof to in-
controvertible evidence.

FLORIDA REPRESENTATIVES.
When we were first informed who were
the gentlemen chosen to represent the State
in Congress, we felt convinced that they
would not fail to -' achieve" notoriety, in
their own peculiar fashion, before their terms
of office had expired.
Senator Wescott is one of those rara
avms, not likely to pass unnoticed, more
particularly as he made his appearance
wearing an appendage not commonly found
in use now-a-days, save among gentlemen
of the old school, but which is highly
prized and much cultivated among the sub-
jects of his Celestial Majesty-we mean a
cue.


We would call the attention of Planters
in the interior to the advertisement of Mlas-
todon Cotton Seed by A. N. McKAY, Esq.,
which will be found in our columns to-day.
We have examined the sample of cotton
referred to, and without wishing to disparage
some very beautiful lots of the same discrip-
tion of cotton, grown on our own river, this
season, must say that -it surpasses anything
of the kind we have ever seem.


RECENT EVENTS IN WASHINGTON.
The unexpected occurrences which have
taken place lately in Congress, have excited
deep interest among all parties.
r The position assumed by Mr. Calhoun
upon the subject of the War-hisdenounee-
ment by Mr. Ritchie, in the Union, and by
-M,r. Turney in the Senate-the exclusion
of Mr. Ritchie from the Senate chamber,
by a vote of the Whig Senators, together
with Mr. Calhoun and his friends, all tend
to show that the event we foretold last sum-
mer, is about to happen-Mr."Calhoun and
his party are about to separate from the
Democrats.
The only bond of union which united
the Calhoun men to the Democratic party
was the measure of Free Trade-as long
as Mr. Calhoun saw that he could look for
support to his favorite theory, from the
Democrats, he was willing to support their
administration, although lie had been grossly
juggled by the same party in the nomina-
tion for President. He has ever held the
party in suspicion-he placed but little re-
liance upon their good faith, and it was not
until the passage of the Tariff, and the veto
of the Harbor Bill, that the Calhoun papers
ceased to cast out jibes against Mr. Polk
and his party. Tho support of the Admin-
istration and the maintenance of Free Trade,
were synonomous, and as long as Mr. Cal-
houn saw a determination on the part of
Mr. Polk to stand by the Tariff of 1846, he
was ready to stand by his administration.
But the Whig victories in Pennsylvauia
and New York-although they did not shake
the iron nerves of the South Carolina Nul-
lifier, in whose veins coursed the blood of
Southern chivalry-were too much for the
fortitude of the hman whose ancestors claim-
ed Br.tish protection-he saw in them as Bel-
a-hazzar saw the handwriting on the wall, a
warning of approaching punishment for his
evil deeds, and he cast about for means to
repair the wrong he had done. To abandon
the War and t-he hope of conquest, military



may well exclaim 'save us from our friends<',
Mr. Calhoun then rose and said: Ioin really
(.bliged to the gentlemen from Tennessee for giv-
ing me an opportunity to repel a great many in-
sinuations which I have seen upon this very sub-
ject, and the endeavor to fix upon myself and
friends the responsibility of which he has spoken.
He has got up and made a grave charge, that
there was on this side of the House a party
combined together, in reference to presidential
elections, who controlled all measures in reference
to th-',t. I have already denied that I was any
candidate for the presidency. I appeal to every
friend-to my friends upon this floor, upon either
side of the House, and to every one in the State ol
South Carolina, i" my whole course of conduct
has not been this: that I would not accept the
Presidency unless it comes to me by the voice of
the American people, and then only from a sense
ofduty, and taken as an obligation. At my time
oflifs the presidency is nothing-nothing-and
for many a long year, Mr. Presider.t, I have long
aspired to an object far higher than the Presi-
dency-that-is, doingmy duty in all circumstances
-in every trial-irrespective of parties, and
without regard to friendships or enmities, but
simply in reference to the prosperity of the coun-
try. If my life be reviewed hereafter, I leave to
those who may review it the settlement of this
question. What charge has he made out against
myself and the few of my friends who have voted
with me during the present session 7 Where has
he shown that we have rejected or abandoned
any measures connected with the conduct of this
war? One single act only, and that is not voting
for the proposition for a Lieutenant General.-
Now, Mr. President, on this we need no apology.
I need not show that I was governed by no mo-
tives but those by which other Senators were go-
verned. It the American people have been unan-
imous on any one point, they have been on that.
Now, this is the only one act, and I am happy
that, here in my place, in the presence of this
large audience, that this charge has been made,
so that the whole truth may go forth with regard
to it. But not a single vote has been given on
which his charge could rest. For if there had
been another only, it would have been added to
the long catalogue which. the Senator frcm Ten-
nessee has drawn up against me. Not one. Well,
there is another I am suspected of. It is suspec-
ted that I will not vote for the three milllion bill ;
and that because I said, when I spoke on the sub-
ject, I waited for' further developments. Was
there anything, Mr. President in that-was the
Senator ignorant that that proposition had been
made in Ihe other House, and probably would be
made here, to stick theWilmot Proviso in it ? I
put it to, him-I pnt it to Senators on both sides,
who represent Southern portions of the Union-
whether he or any of tLem will vote for the bill i:"
that amendment be appended? And because I
choose to make this reservation-and there are
other reasons not necessary to bestated at present,
equally powerful--because I choose to make this t
reservation, I am to be held up as embarras.sing
Congress, consuming its time and opposing mea- c
sures necessary to carry on the war! W01.:, as
to that consumption of time, that is one of the
most unfounded insinuations. Is there any Sen- f
ator at all, who takes any part in the debates, !
who has consumed less time than myself? I '
have made but a single speech, the other day, and
that but an Lour; and besides that, I have .not I
made a speech that has occupied five minutes; r
and yet, on these grounds, amounting to nothing, c
we are told that we are to be responsible for eve-
rything connected with the session-done or not i
done! Well, that shows a -very deep feeling
working within. It may be there are aspirants to
*e presidency who think something may be c
gained by making these charges. I kiow not.- v
Or it may be that the individual feeling of the r
Senator himself from some personal feeling, al- n
though I do not know how this can be, as I have t
never had the slightest personal difference with
him. Well, he accuses ..me of voting against the e
bill the other day upon the ground of some con- t
stitutional object ion' and that I had given a dif- t
ferent vote in tht-year 1813, but is there any evi- Z
dence that this question was made or presented ? fi
I believe the Senator from Massachusetts [Mr. r
Webster] was then a member of the House. He s
may be able to tell. It is a long time ago. I c
have forgotten all about it. But, to the best of'
my knowledge, I never saw the question presen- ,
ted as to the constitulionality ot the provision, t
till it was raised by the Senator from Connceti- d
cut, [Mr. Huntington] in the discussion here. t
Mr. Webster here said: Whether it was dis- I
cussed earlier than' May, 1.8!33 I know not,-;butI- t
know the question was not raised then, nor since,
till now. P
Mr. Calhoun. So I thought. But does not P1
the Senator know that, in these complicated pi
measures, often 'very important constitutional is
questions may not present themselves ? Now s
am I to be charged, on such grounds, as having
changed my opinions-pleading infancy at one o
time and dotage in another, for such is the lan- A
guage which the Senator applies. But again : he j
spoke of the responsibility tor the war as arising
'rein the annexation of Texas I did take a deep i
interest in that measure of annexation, and to no u
act of my life do I revert with more entire satis- s3
'action. ,Annexation at that time, according to s,
my opinion, was a question of pure ne'eessity.- lt
[might go into this matter if it would not occupy
he time of the Senate. (Cries of "go on.")- c
According to my view, the time was not propi- o"
tious in one aspect. There then was a minority
n favor of annexation. It had scarcely a single p
advocate in this body, and but two or three in, the tt
>thter body ; and it appeared to be a very hopeless tt
ask to attempt carrying through such an irnpor- s(
ant measure as that. When nominated tor the w
office of Secretary of State, I put in the strongest si
:ernonstrance which I could draw against the ae- n
;eptance of it. I wrote to my friends here, b'utT
before tlhe remonstrance reached them I was It
unanimously appointed. I saw that the adminis-, n
ion was weak, and that that very important if
measure would be liable to be defeated if an effort a,
,vere not made. But circumstances made it in- h
vitable. I ascertained from sources perfectly sal
eliable, that at the World's Convention the i,-


American delegation suggested to the abolition- w
s ts of England that now was the time to act. If fc


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Our worthy Senator has greatly interested
all who have been so fortunate as to make
his acquaintance in Washington. They
have been much puzzled to find out exactly
what sort of a person the Senator 1 mout
be." Being somewhat Puckish in his dis-
position, fund of Inistifying folks, and in-
dulging greatly in a propensity for quizzing,
he has proved hard to be deciphered. But
the Senator has appeared lately in a new
character, and one in which his quandom
associates of the loco foco party in Florida,
will scarcely recognize the HEAD of the
TALLAAIISSEE JUNTA ; the Senator has be-
come the DE.NOUNCER OF THE CORRUPTIONS
or DEMOCRACY Now it has been by
some gravely hinted that the Senator was
a little "4 erac/ced" in the upper story-but
for our part, we have considered the Sena-
tor's vagaries as the offspring of a too re-
dundant genius. We have read in novels
ofthe shutting up of folks in a mad house,
by their friend, who wanted to get them
out of the way, on pretence of their being
non compus-when in reality, they only
knew too much. We should not be sur-


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hours, a loan-either voluntary or forced--
to be applied to the supply of the commissa-
riat of the Army of Operations: This is
announced in a Vera Cruz paperof the 30il-
ult.
Nor does there appear to be any prospect
of relief for the want of means which pre-
vails in Mexico. The law authorizing the
seizure of fifteen millions of property be-
longing .to the Church, promises to be a
lead letter. The properly consists almost
wholly of' real estate in different cities of the
Republic. Even if the law of congress be
enforced, it is said that no one will advance
money upon the property so seized, much
less purchase it. The whole body of the
clergy had protested against the seizure as
"sacrilegious, and they were supported by a
large portion of the lower classes of the peo-
ple. Santa Anna gave in his adhesion to
the measure with great reluctance.

REPORTED BATTLE-CAPTURE OF CHI-
IHUAHUA.
TAMPICO, Feb. 4, 1847-10 P. M.
Eds. Delta--We have sonic very im-
portant news from Chihuahua, which is
generally credited by the officers of the ar-
my,,and which, if true, reflects another vic-
tory Upon-our arms. A commercial house
in thiscity, which lais a branch in Chihua-
hua, received a letter from their agent there,
under a very late date, stating that an Ameri-
can force from Santa Fe, a part of Gen.
Ke:trney's command, had showen them-
selves near Chihuahua, and were imrne-
diately attacked by a superior'Mexican force.
A ,ong and sanguinary battle was fought, in
which the 'slaughter on both sides, is said
to have been very great, surpassing accor-
ding to numbers, any that has yet been
fought. Ultimately the Americans were
victorious, and they entered the town, and
placing our flag in place of the Mexican; in
the principal square, proclaimed tile town
to be taken in the name ofthe United States
of America! The letter particularly stated
thit the men were principally Missourians,
and I immediately set them down as Col.
Price's men. I mnust say that-this news re-
ceives more credit here than any Mexican
news that has been in circulation since I have
been in this country.--[N. 0. Delta, 17th
inst.


f*tnme and the popularity consequent upon


successful termination of the contest, by
annexation of' another Texas, was not to
be thought of-by Mr. Polk--but to propose
t WVar duties on Pennsylvania iron and New
York manufactures-and by so doing bring
back those erratic stars into the Democratic
firmament, was a stroke of policy worthy
of a man whose only principle of govern-
ment is that which looks to the success of
his party.
The recommendation of the duties on
iron, &c., made apparent to Mr. Calhoun
the fact that the President and his party
needed only an occasion, and the prospect of'
advantage, to abandon the whole free trade
policy- he saw that the continuation of the
War would present the occasion, and the
protection of Pennsylvania and New York
manufactures, offered a sufficient prospect-
of advantage. Mr. C. could not expect to
make Mr. Polk and his party faithful, but
he could remove the cause which rendered
an increase of the Tariff, necessary which
he essayed to do.
The smothered animosity against the
Calhoun party, which policy has hitherto
compelled the Democracy to 'keep veiled
under a show of friendship, burst forth in
invective and abuse, when, Mr. Calhoun
-ventured to unite with the Whigs in seeking
to bring about a peace, and to avoid annex-,
ation and its consequences-and we may
hereafter look upon Mr. Calhoun as being
friendly to the present administration and
its measures, only so far as they inure t1"
his "interests." He will be among them-
but not of them.
The attack of the Union upon the great
Nullifier was an unfortunate and ill-advised
step. He was not one of the Brinckerhoffs,
who could be whipped into the traces--but
rather a man whom opposition render's more
resolute, and he has shewn Mr. Ritchie
and his friends and, co-adjutors behind the
curtain, that he is not to be attacked with
impunity-he has hurled back upon'them a
weapon, which has found a vulnerable point
--he has sustained the charge' which the
W.higs have made, that the War was brought
about by the President, contrary to the pro-
visions ot the 'Constitution-that it was
caused by The advance of General Taylor
to the Rio Grande, and that his march was
ordered after it was fully known to the Pre-
sident that if he remained at the Nueces,
the Mexican General would remain in a


should attempt to sue out a commission
"tie Lunalico inquirendo" against the
Senator; and, if a jury is empanneled of the
"old set," to which the Senator formerly
belonged, we fear that the charges of cor-
ruption, brought forward against the De.
mocracy, by one of the Royal Arch mem-
bers of the fraternity, will be considered suffi-
cient evidence to enable them to find a verdict
against him. Unless the Senator is careful
howl he unfolds such tales of bribery and
corruption," lie will meet the fate of Mor-
gan-be abducted and made way with for
divulging the secrets of his brethren. The
strongest evidence of mental hallucination
evinced by the Senator, is that after he had
pronounced the Administration, and Con-
gress to boot, worthy of being dipped in
the Potomac-(we suppose to the same end
that the Prophet ordered Naaman to dip
himself in the Jordan-to cleanse them-the
Democratic portion of them for whom alone
Mr. Westcott can pretend to speak know-
ingly-of leprosy)-the Senator gives notice
that he, like Mr. Tnrney, will appear in a
new character-TURN HONEST, and form a
new party-a Democratic party who would
discard plunder in all its shapes N How-
ever partial we may be to the honorable
Senator, to ,whose thrusts at some unfortu-
nate and unsuspecting friend, we have olftten-
been indebted for a hearty laugh, and al-
though we verily believe '- there's method
in his madness," we could not venture to
insure him a verdict of sanity after so con-
vincing a proof that his wits are running
riot.
Shtaying the crown is a practice sometimes
resorted to with success, in the treatment
of unfortunate gentlemen, whose imagina-
tions are distempered-perhaps if the hon-
orable Senator's friends would prevail on
him to cut off'his cue, his malady might dis-
appear. Did the Senator live under such a
government as that which once ruled France
as a Republic, (commonly called'the ,, Reign
of Terror,") we fear that his friends might
feel disposed, as a matter of safety, to ex-
tend their excisory operation to the honor-
able Senator's Caput itself. We should
not be surprised if, inasmuch as they have
not the power of administering the remedy
in vogue in the days referred to, they may
content themselves by a resort to one that
is symbolical in its effects-that of putting
the illustrious Senator to political death, by


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We perceive that the Carolina Banks are
still engaged in scattering their agencies and
their bills over the country. The South-
Western Rail-Road Bank of Charleston has
recently established an agency in Tallahas-
see, and has furnished the agent with a large
supply of its "promises to pay." We
would like to lknow if the same gentlemen
has the means also in hand for their redemp-
tion, or whether the good people of Florida
might not have to visit Charleston in case
they are taken with a desire to exchange
this paper for specie ?-[Sav. Republican.

MASTODON, COTTON.-Three or four
hundred bales of this article, grown in Ala-
bama, have been recently sold in Mobile for
fifteen cents per pound. It is supposed That
the full crop of this description of' Cotton in
that State, the past year, will equal 1,500
bales.


friendly attitude, and that the question of means of that guillotine, commonly called
boundary could be amicably adjusted by a "DEMOCRATIC CONVE.NTION." The bon-


COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER.


-LATERI 'ROM T'rLt l i;.zos
Important Intelligence-M zovements of
; my-C.'plmc of a Detachment of
undwr Majors Borland and Gaein
Vaipt. Casstt -11. Clay, near Saltillo
Mtlr Particulars qf" the Fate of Lieut.
**-Lnportant Despaleh.fs Captured-.
S of Litut. ,littler, of the Ohio Volur,
S esilt of the Trial of Col.. Harney,
By tlie arrival yesierViy afternoon
schootter Sea, Capt. Flanders, we
dales from Brazos Sarntiago to trhe 6th
S tamoros to Ite 5th. and fi,,m Ca
AI -"r'P n I ie Ist inst. It will -be sejn,
l of our coireqpoudenii, that a
of b'ut^o-,ps have been captured ne
lillo, ad-, ifhat Majors Borland and
and Cap". Cassius -\I. Clay have beer
prismoers. It will also be seen ,ha
ders and oulr.ies are constantly being
-i mttedon timh roads by the M,exican
ottr letters contain all the rnore imn;
part o'f ihc intelligence, we hasten
them before our readers:
-.'CAMP ON -ruT l:RioGRAND, near Palo A
-. .... .. .. January 30th, 1847
EvervithinZ hei e belol, en, a sudden
'ten, of ihe troops. S.:vorty days r
lhive been i's-ned, ;11111 i r leis given t<
!readiness it a in tci ni'c .% irning. V
a. few days. if I amn i, t greatly mis
S Gen. Wo'Irl'sdivisi, m Ill be onship-
inoving towards Veia Cr'i,. Gen.
i-i up ao:iin, a -l .ilihou 1I 1 ,1..', is be

"..... ...' Februury 3, 1814
I have ]plenty of b:td news t~o gioe
gentln: en, andl very little thalt is pleas
The I.f'e of Col. MIy's -,ar guar
bahage yotu Iian, already heir,! of-i
*.telhgeu'e ihasjit reached diis plht
I);inl'ullv Irup and well authenticaoid,
proves that Elie enemy have o;),'ned ol
earnest. an., Ili-it heir haired is morta
OilOn he ill/! January 1 inet Lieut
"Ohie of the 4th Infantry, but then
S wivith ithe "-1 Dragoons, on his way fr,,i
tillo, with ten dragoons to Victoria, bt
imeporant despatches- to Gen. Taylor,
(.en. Scott and others. It is-said thes
patches c,:,,thiii, thi whole plan o
otirrji:,nts in .c't;,I we are about to en
'While- on thu ioal between Iontere)
Victori.a, but at what place I cannot
lhe p|ary was at.ie,,d, youig Ritchie
lassoed ;nd dri_1.-d across a
the de.4spatches carried off! The tec
goons were either killed or taken prison
Lieut. Riiclhii was one of the most d
g uished andexcellent young officers i
.iriy, His conduct at Palo Alto a-m
saca won the admiration of the army
he-was much esteemed for his talents
the'excellence of his heart. 'There is
or no dot1b. of his death-still, whilst
is a shadow of a doubt, there is hope.
A few d6yi ago, an officer of the *2d
-Regimeni, Lt. miller is believed to I:
name w'ls murdered at Chichirotii, an(
fully niutilated. His heart was cut oU
hung upon a shrub, to show us I sup
how deeply seated was their hatred to%
U s.
But here is news that will create a
sensation in the States. The followii;
ter reached Gen. Worth last evening.
cours there is no douht about its cor
ness. 'It is from Capt. Chapman, of
army :


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they wished to aim a falal blow at slaitiry, H
must be at Texas; and in order to do that FnglAn
must obtdin the ascendancy in Texas. -1 received
information-I will not say official-.btr from *
quarter in which there could-be nu mistake, That
an interview had taken place between Lord Ab.
erdeen and a deputation of the Woirld's Codve
tion. I was then at home in South Caroline, and
immediately transmitted to the Secrelary of Statl
that information, accompanied by the stogpertog
that it demanded instant attention. I suppose
that letter and my communication formed wo*.,t
the reasons for the movement then made for ast-
nexation. What was then the condition of
Texas? She was weak, and the suggestion ",
that Mexico would recognise her inde!,etdencefit
she would agree to abolish. slavery. The time
had cc.me,.and the consequence had -to4le moraw
I accepted the office with al these diffictri-.f -
"fore me. I said thi offices unacceptable to me.
[ go in with a great deal ofreputation. as;JLjudge
from the manner in which I have been nominated'
a-id confirmed, I will experience great difficul-
ty, and may come outwiIh mucb leakrefyalhI n
than I go in. But I undertook it, and wfhen fr

undertake a thing, f do indirectly. I put it -n
the true ground that this movemenfAii as Inten- "
ded lo bring Texas unrit the control of England,
to abolish slavery theif; and through that, aboli-
tion throughout the #5untry. A treaty wa'flS ,..-
ed, and it shared itl ate that might have sli"
been expected from the weakness "of tile admue"
istration. It,;,.as defeated. But the Skiator
says I had stipulated in that treaty tia, the .Ub'
Grande was the bounda.y. ..: '
Mr. Turnev. I remarked that I had nevor"
read tbfi treaty, bnt 1 understood that its ter&@.
went to the Rio Grande. '
-.Ar. Calhourr. The S.enator is just as S'gif .i
inat-a 10 the whnle of his misunderalauding, Mo
such thing, sir! It was expressly left open. 1V1S'
two respectable commissioners 'from Texas will
bear me testimony. It was'expressly left bope; ty'
order that the boundary might be subsequeaily
established by negotiation with Mexico. I Know;
a senator of ihi.s body put a construclio o% jt.
similar to that of the senator from Tennessee, a9d1"
which was assailed But as soon as IbALfeagly,.
was signed by the Pre-ident, I commtinicated di-
recily with the Mexicqn government, through onr-,
charge de affaires, a:d stated that I was jeady to6
settle all questiona of difference, and amiougtpt
others ie boundary, upon liberal principles.., .1 did
not d-ream of this war. But I am re.-ponsible, be-
cause if Texas had not been annexed we wonql
not have had a Mexican war Is he sure '! Whiy-
this is an attack on Mr. Po.k : What is file ftap,e
of the message, but that the real cause of the war
WdS injuries, committed upon American citizens,,
long before annexation ? Hfas the gentleman pver.
looked that 1 And did -not General Jackson and '
Mr. Van Buren declare lhat those injuries were a-
just cause of war's The immediate cause of the
war was the marching of our forces from the
frontiier-[A Whig Senator--CorpusChrisil--from
Corpus Christi to the banks of the DefV-'6rteo-
That clearly made the invasion, so called, by -the7^-
President, and hence 'lie declaration, on his pamri,-.
that the tw cl Norte was the 'oundary. But it.
is an effect of annexation If General Taylor'
had remained where he was, there would hid,- "
been no inva,,ion-no Rio del Nor* as a boundar,-.
to be established by treaty and declaration of Con. -
gress. The fact is, and- cannot be' disguis.c, eui '.
Arita, who commanded on the Mexjeap side,.
said, if I am not greatly mistaken--and tf any
gentleman suppose Ilam, by looking imo the, re-,
cords at ihe Department, he will find the ral-';
that Aris-ta made a communiicaiion, emher by-'"
writing or through a failhful agent, (and I tMnk- A.
was recently published in one of the southern '1."
pers,)-r[ASenator: Yes]-ihai if General TayJor;"
remained on our side of the rver, he (Ansr' l"
would remain on his ride; and tliey bilh might- -
send out expeditions, he to guard agaiha-t Indian
depredations, and we for any purpose we thought
pioper. 86, then, thewar was made by Itip match
10 the Del Nprte. That;he Pi evident. belhed
that to be our boundary, was very proper; and *
that invasion 1a6 sto be repelled, was tthe nai-rad
consequence. .Bat the great quesioa,.eornes ,uI ;
Has the Executive file rights o.determine what"
our bouirdary is! .When we have adusputed
boundary question-,and we have had many-d, es
it belong tb the-Executive or to Congre.s to de-
tennineit '. There are two ways4to do-it.- OOi 7
is by negotiation and treaty; to be performed by
the Executive and this body, m ease the~twi.ni-
ions agree io negotiate. The other is if i-hae
party disputes the boundary and wilV not oene-to "
teins, for- Congress to declare it to be ourxioun-
dary, and maintain it at the hazard of war8 17 HoW
ougdid fhe boundary of Maitie reinatin un.-piirdT .
From the acknowledgeetfft of indel|>ndeuce'tn .P
1783, down to the time that the senator froin Ma..,..
sacbusetts closed it by treaty. But did any (l ,Ih3I
Presidents ever think of marching troops npoay
tie lihe 1 The British held fortStanwis, ba Gen.-
Washington did not m-Ae any s,,ch movement.
Certainly the senator from South Carolina is n-t-
to be held responsible for this war-.
1 might say more cn this subect, but I wl~l n(-t
detain the Szenate The gentleman has made a
great many charges about my political coure-.
Ile has charged me with incon.-tstency, and re-
presented me as voting favorably on all sides. The '
gentleman'6 understanding on this point is jut tas,
:lear as on any other. I leave that al to hto -
Iwill not say that I have not changed my optionss'
>n many things--very little on eon-titihtiunal. *
imints--and not many on questions of policy My".'
mind is rather aged. Like all young men o1|"
'rilling to Congress, of course my. mind went
though a process of discipline and change beforeS.
t settled fully dawn with regard to;I -all ,, "1 principles ="
n their details and mainutia. I had to go iorotigh -" .
hat process. W, hen" I came into Congress, the ..
;real que.tion was that of war on which I took an'
ctive and bold stand. I was afterward.-, for sonme -'*.
ears in the War D~epartment, and then cum~e back *'
n11333, and from that day to this the. voltme of" "
ny life is known to thelcountfry; and 1 cballenge -
lhe senator, or any other senator on thits floor,'lo
how, froul that day to this, wherein I have ciang-' -
d m views. H-e .says. .that, when the quesit, i i--
ante up on the recognittion ef Texae, 1 belonged;.-
o that side of the ['ouse. Now ] behong to nei--.
her side. Several senators--rhe .-enalor frtmi "'
orthi Carolina nearest JloJmae: andJ the senator
romt Massachusetts, cai.'xestiiiv as-to. th~at.: I :-
ever met in caucus'in confuhlitinu wilh either
ide of the House..I 1 ook my own |ndenendent
Qutse,.standing nearly ah. ne lir some years, vot.-
-ig what 1 believed to be the truie~intere.q. of the, -
ountry. And,'let me say, I have" never aitended
hose aneetings, for the purpose of deliberation.
ilh geutoiiicnin on this side of the House, ex'eept ,=,
urnng tliie lernod of exciternett in 1Sl. and Ia ..


he extra session called by Gen Hriiso M'"A.I
President 1Ihave been a lorg innle am iber'cf
h'. hody,.- It.-lt-ha firr tI'ii n which-a-g-aatrir "
as been made upon me widiout the. sghnesat
rovocrtsion. It seenims o me lhat fihe senile- -
lan had answered yes, when asked if he referred: T-
o me, it would have been more, aianly. Bui he /
pointed to me, and I could not remain talent. It -
s painful for me, sir, to come out on ihbee ,occa-
ons; I desire rather never to speak of them. -
pardon the gentleman, for he his given me an
opportunityy to make myself more fully urder-rood. '
s tothe war, I have deplored 'i, I have de-,
loved it for the rmannfer of bringing it on. I have%'.
leploied it for the events which hade succeeded..
did not wish to speak upon it., I had kept silent. ,
Issailed here and throughout the country, friend
rged me to come out and explain at ihe last se--"
on. I would have remained lentt o.n the pre-
.nt occasion, until I saw a fit and suhiable oppor, '.
nitty, before expressing- any opinion. I have /
een opposed to the war on high cOnsidiraiona 7
connected with themannerin which iI W brought
n. And here let me say, what |ut now coine.4a
o my mind. It may be asked, tlhnking aA I did, -
Vhy did I not take some step to arrasi the march "
f Gen. Taylor! In the-first pla.ee, I never beatd y 'd
at the march was ordered until a long time after ::'
took place. I got the ifif,.rmdaiLQu from ihe.,
nator from Delaware, [Mr J I NClavton,]-who0.
ill remember %% hat I said. I ,aid it was impos-
ble ; that uch a thing could not be ; and I could ..
ot believe it unidl assured by tie lact After it "
as officially announced, ] aid to my fiiends.,-
he mai'ch-f General Taylor ought to be arrested.=.;'
is bringing on war. I said so to several gentle-.
en on that side of the chamber, and panieulaily,
my memory serve me, to the senator fiom Del-
ware, as the information originally came from
irn. I said to him and to others, iha i Ihe Oregon
ad Mexican'questins were connecied-thal we
hould.avoid war with England, rather thanwMex-"
o-though both were very undesirable-but i;
as to be hoped that %e could settle Ortgon,-ber.
re we could be called into a:Meziqian. war.; Ai'


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The following gentlemen are author
Agents for the COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, and v
receive and receipt for subscriptions, or adverti
ments:-
JOSEPH F. MASON, Post Buildings, corner
Hanover and Beaver streets, New York.
DAVID BRAVO, Esq., New Orleans.
WM. W. CHEEVER, Esq., Albany, Ga.
Major JAcK I-IARDMAN, Eufaula, Ala.


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1 have only time to write a word.' Majo
B6-tland, -of. the Arkansas cavalry, %4ith 5(
Tnen, and Ifaj. Gaines and Cassius M. Clay
with 30 men,-were surprised and captured a
EnCarniacion, about 45 miles beyond S:1.
t}i1d, on tiheinonin 2 of the 23 1, by Gen
M. h ibn. He heard that Borland was there
and 'niarchied from Miatchuala with 50S
cavalry anI look them without firing a gun
This no st'.tipedr. Yours truly,
S\XV. W. CHAPMAN.
The above is all that has reached us 01
the subject.; in I'.ct, it is clear enough.--
Between SO, andl 90 of our men have beer
laken pri_4diers,'and are undoubtedly at San
Lttis Po'tos/".,'etre this. Tlhe hatred of the
M exicans ,s'so inveterate, however, :,.,,, ,,1'
our volunteers lhat fear are entertained for
t&e safety of the prisoners.
'i.Te tfrooops are be-i,,iiinii! to move down
from Camp Palo Alto. Gen. Scott would
have embarked to-day, on the Massachu-
setts,'fur Taiinpico, if a heavy nortlier hac
n .. uot sprung tIpyesterday. He will be ac-
companied by, two or three companies ol
tlhe-artillery bmilalion, Capts. C. F., Smith
and Vinton's companies being of the num-
ber. ". .
her.e destination of the troops is Lobos,
Th ,e destin- -
abo't 75 iniles from Vet'a Cruz. As Sania
Anna knows nll about it I presume there is
no impropriety in my telling ouO. It is an
island, very near th'e main latnd, and behind
it is' a safe harbor for vessels of considerable
size. The shore is rocky and the pass very
croo'ked, but noiexir,.-iidly dangerous. In
the course of l lie %%c., wve shall be on the
Gulf, and if the northers abd, souwtheasters
do uot send us to arthlier irrld, you will
soon receive a dh'(scrilp.on of the battle a.nd
capture of' Ver:t (2'U/.
MoOI H OF rtap Rio G r -r, ,
:;--.' '* February 4,'1847. S
Last evening the ship Talbot arrived.-
Sihe is a traasport of 524 tons burtheo, and
with accommodations for 400 men. She
has three months' supplies for the number
of, men.-; To-day about. 1000 troops will
core down from Camp Palo Alto, and, if
thvfe weather conimutes as moderate as, it is
this morning, the embarkation will com-
mence to hight. Gen. Scott has not gone
otn,^ab,a.a'df but is expected over here to day.
.We have-re'eeived further intelligence re-
fipeeting the fate of Lieut. Ritchie. It
stmetns that die ten dragoons reaclied Victo-
riainsafety,, but there is no longer any
4oa.btiatbo tthe death of the valuable you-ng
otfieer. '11-4, party halted at a town on the
road, ard Lieut. Ritehie left the men for a
few *uptneuits to go %viih a guide and procure
fo0^|pr 'he hiies.: They had proceed-
t -a uhrt distance when a Mexican
ca ,ihing up on horseback, threw a
lansot sliddeulv over gitehie's neck, and
dragged hinm-,'ull speed, across a field, and
n tlnu m-rdered.and stripped .him.
It is said now that the transports will as-
*.intlle at, Lobos Harbor, with all the
troops and then move together to a landing
-much nearer Vera C'ruz,
The .vourt martial recently held at the
Brazos for the trial of Col. Harney has or-
derel. h.' to be released from arrest and re-
priinaded, \Ve learn that Gen. Scott has"
r0 1itt'd the latIer pairi:tof this sentence, but
his riiitetatedf his former order to Col. H.
It wias thought, however, that he would re-


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orable Senator's friend in the Lower House
can inform him of the modus operdndi of
the machine alluded to, and the sensations
experienced by its application.
MR. CALHOUN AND MR. TURNED.
Mr. Turney who holds his seat' in the
Senate by means of a combination between
the Whigs and a wing of the Democracy,
had the bad taste, for one so situated, to
charge Mr. Calhoun with playing fast and
loose with the Whigs and Democrats.
From a man who was elected by means o(.
a combination of the Whigs with a minority
of his party, such a charge came with bad
grace, because such a combination cast
suspicion upon his political orthodoxy-but
it was exceedingly unwise and impr4& in
a man of Lilliputian intellect, to stantlWiorth
as the Champion of the Administration'.and
provoke the Giant of Free Trade and Souu-
thern Chivalry to "it keen encounter of
wits-." Don Quixote charging the wind-
mills was a sensible move in comparison to il.
We insert Mr. Calhoun's reply and'we
think that the administration will have no
reason to thank Mr. Turney for having
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U. 8. Mail Arrangement.
STHE Steamer AUGUSTA, D.
N. McLean, Master, will leave
Apalachicola every Tuesday and'
Saturday, at 10 P. M. Iavr
Chattahoochee every Monday and Thurvey 19
12 M. She will also make weekly trips to Baih-
bridge and Port Jackson. Leave Bainbridge every
Wednesday night. Leave Port Jackson retO"
Sunday night
Every attention will be paid to the safety and
comfort of Passengers, and strict attention to an "
business confided to the Captain or Clerk of the
Boat. Dec. 26,l1846,
For Liverpool.
.yE^ THE fast sailing ship CORDOVA,
^ Lowell, master. For bulk of 206 bales
*SiaE.cotton, apply to
DODGE & PRATT,
Feb 28 40 Water streetw
Por Liverpool*
^^wTHE superior British ship f-SJE L
Win. Oliver, master, can take the bu!1
aisa',Of 500 bales cotton for the above h .
port. For freight, apply to
Feb 6 J DAY & CO0
For Liverpool. /
^-E-THEBritish bark COV.EJJA.IT, iEt-
2~|Captain Patterson. For freight fppluY
t feb20] J. DAy&.'
For New York. /
^ THE regular packet schr/LelO-f,
^^g Bedell, master, will have (Hspatch,.jr
ga the above poif. For rreighi'f or pawage,
apply-to PDODGE &PPRAIT, ,
Feb 27 40 Water street;
For New York.
THEfast sailing brigW.L .TOAVS'F,,
Tyler, master, will have immediate des-
patch for the above port. For Ireight of
passage, apply to DODGE & PRATT,
Feb 20 40 Water street.,
For New York,
STHE splendid brig PECO.A'IC; CaPl'
Park, having her entire cargo engaged,
will have immediate despatch. For pas-
sage only, apply to the master, or to
Feb 20 COURSE, STONE & CO.
J. Flylin,
(Late T. CLJdBK.)
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER!
CONTINUES to carry on this btnm-
[ ness in Apalachicola, two doors be-
j low the City Hotel on Centre street..
f- Having superior workmen, he is
confident that all who may patronize him will find
that they have called at Ihe right shop. French,
Calf Skin, Morocco, and Patent Leather Boots
,or Shoes made to order, of the latest'and most ap.
proved style. He will also keep on hand a largo
and selected assortment of Ready Made Boo3,e
Shoes and Brogans. All mending, &c., .44ne
with neatness and promptitude, and on lerrnoo
that cannot fail to be iecognised as in keeping
with the competition in trade anid .the cl3sernas,
of the times. '
Apalachicola, October 31. 42-6M-


COTTON STATEMENT. Last
year.
Stock on hand Sept. 1, 1846.1088 4
Burnt since 1st Sept.. 100
-988
Received past 3 days ........... 1,338
previously ....... .. 69,664
Total ........ --71990 61141
Exported past 3 days .......... 2,890
previously .......... 27,626
Total ........ -- 30516 35888
On hand and on shipboard notcleared..41474 2.5253


5 K BUSHELS of the above mentioned Seed
150 just received and for sale by
Feb 27 A. N. McKAY.
Cabinet Furniture.
TAMES H. COOK, 92 Broadway, near Wall
street, New York, offers for sale, a full and
complete assortment of CABINET FURNITURE
and CHAIRS, which he warrants to be equal to
any in the city, at the following unusually low
rates:
Mahogany Sofas from $20 to $150 each.
do. Chairs 30 to 120perdoz.
do. Rocking Chairs from $5 to $50 each.
do. Bureaus $5 to $75 "
do. Card Tables $10 to $30 "
do. Centre Tables, $15 to$75 "
do. French Bedsteade, $18 to $90 ,
Also Feather Beds, Hair Mattresses and Bed-
ding of the finest qualities and at the lowest mar-
ket prices.
N. B. No extra charges for packing and ship-
ping.
February 27, 1847. 7-3m
Sand's Sarsaparilla.
FOR the removal and permanent cure of all
diseases arising from an Impure State of the
Blood or Habit of the System. For sale by
J. C. ALLEN,
Feb 27 Agent for Proprietor.


MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
PORT OF APALACHICOLA.....- February 27.


Apalachicola Exchange.
STHE subscriber informs his friend,
and the public in general, that he has be--
come the Proprietor of this above welt
known house, and will be pleased to entertain
any of the travelling community that may Itor
him with their custom, and will also accomio-
date resident boarders. The bar will always ba
supplied with genuine liquors of the choicest
quality- JOHN PATRIDGE.
Apalachicola, Nov 14, 1846.
Upper Suwannee Springs.
EAST FLORIDA. -
A THE subscriber takes this method of
informing his friends and theopubIi'ttba't .
he has taken a lease on the above estab -
lishment for a term of years, and will be prepared "
to accommodate all who may favor him with
their patronage. As regards the mineral quali-
ties of the water, they cannot be surpassed by
any watering place in America. ':The Springs
will be opened by the first day of May. Charges
will be moderate, and every attention will be
paid to the comfort of all who may favor him
with their company.


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Sheriff's Sale.
BY 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 defefidant, I
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
legal hours, the following property, to wit: one
negro man named Fleming, and 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, BEN.T. LUCAS.
Apalachicola, Jan. 29, 1847. 3-5t


FRANCIS A. HUSON
February 27, 1846. 6-3m
Marshall House.
HAVING taken the aboveestab-_
Jasa~aLlishment, (formerly Armistead'sHe-.
1"li % tel) I am now having it nea*t4,1A
up, so that I maybe able "tpCyake, '
all who call comfortable, and-illatter
myself with the hope, that those who call may
be induced to continue their patronage. The
Stages all stop with me, and in the absence of *
either of them, passengers who stop here wilL:
meet with no detention, as private conveyance
can be had by application to me. The Eastern,
Stage arrives on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri- ,
days, at 7 o'clock, A. M., and departs on Mon- ".
days, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 8 o'clock, P. '-
M. The Northern Stage departs immediately. af- --
ter the arrival of the Eastern, and returns the"
same day, at 8 o'clock, P. M. The Western .
Stage arrives here in time to take the Eastern ?
line, and departs on Mondays, Wednesdays and
Saturday, at 8 o'clock, A. M. By this line,
passengers will take the Mail Boat at Chattahoo-
chie for Apalachicola on Mondays and Thursdays.:
A. G. MAWHALL, Proprietor.
Quincy, October 27, 1846. novl4 43-1f_
Ornamental Trees, Shrubst vc,,.C"w
THE undersigned hasjust received
" ^^~l^ from the Nursery of Winters & Co., .
L. I., a choice lot of Fruit and.Orna-
mental Trees, Shrubs and PlraMts,. "
among which will be found Carnations, Tulips,,'
Honey Suckles, Roses, Altheas, Dahlia's, Hya-r
cynths, Paeonies, Figs, Vines, &c &c. All of
which are to be sold at invoice prices.
H. F. ABELL;,
Jan 16 Corner Chestnut and Water. sts.-
Flower-Seeds* =
A N asssorlment of Flo-.-er Seeds, just received,..
and for sale by \ .
Jan 30 J C ALLEN. ,
CUBA COFFEE; White.and Brownn Havana ;r
Sugar; Segars various Brands. Just arrived&
per schr Cinderella, from Havana, and f4' sale<:'
by 'B. ELLISON & CO. :7
Feb 20 24 Water street. ^-
Florida Molasses, -
N tierces and barrels, for sale by ';
B. ELLISON & CO.-.
Feb 20 24 Water street4.- ,
Salt. '-
-J fO00 SACKS cro of British bark' t .
1 0 Covenanter;,fQr sale afloat, bv. ".
Jan 23 JDAY&CO. & '
For Sale,
K BBLS.- Whiskey; -504do. Molasses; ,^ -.
50, 50 Flour; 25 bags- Rio Coffee, now "
landing from schr Elizabeth, and-for ,kle, low .;
for cash, by i 1
Jan -23 NOU.TRSE, STON1& CO..
A. FAHANESTOCK'SVE-RMIFUGEth, tl-/
* best worm-medicine now in use, for salebby.-'
Jan 50 J C ALLEN.
HE undersi-nod continue to make advance e ,
oil Cotton consigned 1o their friends in Liver' .-,
pool, Havre, Boston and New York. a:
D. B. WOOD & CO:" c .: ,
Dec 5 7 Colimbiis RoWv., ,'L' ..
EiHLORIDE LIME, lor g-ale by
C^ Feb 13 H. F. A BELL, Dnrugeiat, -

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SXCHANGE on New Orleans, for sale bv
Jan 9 J. DAY & CO.


SALT, for sale by B. ELLISON & CO.
Feb 20 24 Water street.
French Potatoes.
500f\ HAMPERS in-fine order, just received
500\ and for sale by
Feq 20 NOURSE, STONE & CO.
JU.T 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.
LOUGHS, No. 10 and 16, at Manufacturer's
prices, by B. ELLISON & CO.
Jan 23 24 Water street.
2 i
UGAR Kettles, Mills and Cauldrons, a large
assortment, most approved patterns, for sale by
Jan 23 ROBERTS, ALLEN & CO.


E XCHANGE- on Boston, Providence, New
York and Baltimore bought, and sight checks
on New York sold by
WILLIAM G. PORTER & CO.
Dec 5 Agents Bank of Brunswick.
Notice.
rT HE undersigned having been appointed As-
J sessors of Taxes for the city of Apalachicola,
for the present year, gives notice that they will

attend at No. 49 Water street, on Monday, Tues-
day and Wednesdey, the 8th, 9th and 10th of
March next,, or the purpose of receiving the re-
turns of Taxable Property.
WM. HONE, CiyAssessors..
M. P. ELLIS, c
Apalachicola, Feb 26, 1847 7-2t
For Sale,
1 HHDS. choice N 0 Sugar;
10/ 50 bbls Flour, by
Feb 2 NOURSE, STONE & CO.
Marking Ink.
A SUPERIOR article of Marking Ink, just re-
ceived an4, (or sl bly
SFeb 27 J. C. ALLEN.


COMMERCIAL.

CoTToN.-The inquiry since Tuesday has been
very moderate, with daily sales of a few hundred
bales without any material change in prices.-
All parties seem disposed to wait the 4th of Feb.
accounts now due.
FREIoHTS.-We have heard of no new engage-
ments sinee Tuesday. The rates to all quarters
remain unchanged.


the reasons, sirN'thatI did not arid could not move in
reference Io Geiier.d Taylor, which.otherwise I
melo assuiredivy woAuld have done, was, that it w as
necv fi3 r mieto maintain kind relations witt
Ih,-a E-ceej.HIvt up.,; the? question with England, in
Vefrenre 10 Oie~gont, in order that I might, if pos-
sibl exer6;,_, 'some influence, in effecting a pieace-
ful issue. It' it had been otherwise. I certainly
*Would have moved that the m-rarch be arrested, and
the war averted. I could state some facsi in rela-
tvin to Oreg.li.butI am not at liberty. I might
do so. But I forbear, I thank the senate for the
kindness-with wlhicli it has now heard me.

MIR. WEirTCOTT AND THrE DEMiOCRACY.-
The Honorable Senator from Florida seems
*y)- to0have rather and indifferent opinion of his
political 'associates. We make the follow-
ing extracts+T"ore his speech on the resolu-
tion to e'X,-lde the editor of the Union from
the floor of tlhe Senate?
"3 r. Wesmteolt asked I what is Democra-
cy?' Vand1 said that at this time of day, under
this adminizi ration. Democracy was nothing.
n mrwre than tie loaves and fishes'--yes the
loaves and fishes' fromn a Lieutenant-Gene-
ral down to a Seeond-Lieutenatt.
"I warn (said he,) the Democracy of the
iew-piezofl this country that they don't know
lhe one-twetiieth part of the eorrupiion-
tlhe feculent4- reeking corruption of this
'government! I tell the people of this
+ counurv lIIth the Governnment -and the in-
s.i- tuli,nmsof the country, are used but as a
In chfine to plunder then for the benefit of
'office *lf1e atig. _J s-ilemrn lv believe that.if
the people of the -United States knew the
manner in which the Government is con-
ducied, if they could all be assembled here
in thte City of Washington it tweni) fi mr
hours, they would excite a revolnti6o and
tuMble [he Presideni. the heads of, depart-
nients, both houses of Congress, Whigs nnd
Democrats, head over heels into, the Poto-
mac! and I believe they wouldY serve them
riht loo !
AMr. W. said he supposed thait for what
lie was now saying, he would be read out of
the De'no"iiio party, of. ffice- holders!-
Well, lev lhem.read him out. He did not
wannt-to relmlain in such company. But like
his honorable friend fronn Massachusetts,
lie wouldthaveto say, where shall I go ?"
lie col6.l oni-vs'yto his honorable friends
z behind !lii,(dhe Whils) that he could not
So-with flieni. He did not believe th:,t the
eleva:t]'itoflthe Whigs to power would cure
the evil. Corruption had laid its fangs too
deeply upon both parties, and there was
no remedy for the evil, but the creation
of a third party, a pure, old-fashioned demno-
cratic pau!y,' wlo would discard plunder in
all its shapes."
Now we admit lhat Mr. Westcott has had
a pretty good Upporlnutity of judging of the
character antd Irneedin-?.; of the present ad-
m ni-Iiuitrailio'n, ani that so far as it is concern-
edi, his rtestirnony- is entitled to tlhe weight
usually allowcil to the asseverations of men,
who, at the moment of exposure, turn states'
evidence, in order to save themselves from
tirufiled piinishni-. .Mr. Westcolt, how-
ever, hais siund by the administration of Mr.
Polk, just as. long as the people -of Florida
were willing to sustain the firm; but the re-
cent developments it his own State, prove
*; thyat a new issae ,ust be raised, or- (hat a

Whliig Senator will be retuned in his place.
Hence, like Mr. Turney, he resolves here-
afler, to be governed by principle, and to
organ ize what is henceforth lo be known aj
"" the pre, o1d-fi.as'Voned, ant;-plunder Dem,-
o,'rat" 1,/i'/r/y." W hit a compn linient to his
associates.-I-[Sava nnah Rrpublican.

AcquiTTAL OE MR. SIYs.-The I'rial of'
the R,;v. John Seys, a Methodist Clergy-
man of New York city, charged with an in-
de'ceni outi'.i,'e upon the person of one of
t bortigt to a close on Saturday; .The Jury,
after consulting about three hours, rendered
a verdict that they h>d "agreed to acquit
thedtfeiind mi by giving him the benefit of
greatt tloubis on the part' of several of the

jurors ." .

ImrTEKK-n'''.Q--A. daughter of the late
C ol. W ..'i il.'o U, who was born o u the very
d,,i lii.it h..-r father fell at Monterey, was
christened !:.il w,'ek over the remains Of
her p:!renl While lying in the bereaved wi-
dow's dw-elliing..She received the names
of Me~oran-y IRichardson.

Mr.xt,.'. . Prti+,aivAtinL-;AT- SEA.--Thle
New Yor:k Comfirercial Advertiser has re-
ceivedl the foi.iltu ing jlimp i i~la t notification,
fromn i tsLondon ercbrkt-pondeiii of the Daily
Cornnomenl Lidl. Tt" i-i dated
....... = :"" LOND0N, JIAN. 19, 1847?:,
Tlhrce priva~teers sailed from lihe port of
Londlon on lthe 9i1h of Jan., 1847. They
*are Britisli >hip, Imtt have been renamed ac-


cordi';I. I) riill regulations, and they
catr'yj-eters-of marque. There names are
as follows.
Reint le Caistilla, Capt. Moody, 214 tons,
2 0 m e r .' "
Sebaiti in del Qano, Capt. Smith, 153
tons, 30 nin.
3M,agallaiips, C;;ipt. Lash, 153 tons, 20men.
These thlree vessels cleared out at the
port of Lon,loo for Manilla, but are-really
for privatecrin., on the broad Atlantic.

"THE SCENE !N THE SENATE."
We are of those who think that entirely
too In* h importance is attempted to be
attaehel to 'the recent proceedings of the
Senate i '.. the case f Mr. Ritchie, and that
the "outra;,e upon the liberty of the press,"
in the;-.person 'of the venerable editor, is
purely imaginary ; no such outrage having
-been perpetrated. Mr. Ritchie was entitled
to the pri;vilegi- oflhie dloor by the courtese
oftire Senatv--whlicl he libelled. As prin-
ter to the Senaie, he is ronsidered an officer
,of that body, and as such, a'nd' on that
ground alone, admitted to the floor. Thus
privileged by-the Senate, he libelled them,
and' they, ii self-respect, have witlhdra wn
from liiu.a couries.y which'he so wantonly-
abused. But in (his, no rights of the press
are invaded, nor is the Editor of the Union
debaird from any of the privileges accorded
to any/ otherE, Elitlrr it; the United States,-
of witnlessin frq'rm the Reporter's deik, or


the Senate gallery, all the debates and pro-
ceedings of the body. The blow to him. is
that he is deemed no longer worthy of the
honor of the Senate, and is excluded from a
position amount members of the House of
Representatives, Foreign Ministers, and
other high and titled dignitaries, who visit
the Senate Chamber, and is compelled, if
he wishes to witness their proceedings, to
seat himself among his brother Editors and
gentlemen connected with the press, at the
Reporter's desk. Mr. Blair, while Editor
of the Globe, occupied for a long period, as
a roarler of choice, the position now deemed
so odious a banishment, by the Editor of the
Union.
It will be recollected that the Senatesome
two years since, by a unanimous vote, ex-
pelled Messrs. Dow & Robinson, the Edi-
tors of the Washington Journal, for an
offence simjPr to that of the Editor of the
Union. 'Xfe case involved a much more
doubtful exercise of power than the present.
They were, in fact. independent editors-
independent alike of the Executive, and the
Senate. And yet how silent were those
who are now endeavoring in tonesof thunder,
to excite public indignation against the Se-
nate for a tyrannical usurpation of power!
Even the would-be-supposed martyr of the
Union, passed it by in silent acquiescence,
if not approval.-[ Charleston Mercury.
TEMPTATION.
Every day occurrences show the pro-
priety of recurring to that portion of the
Lord's prayer which says, "lead us not into
temptation : for, however resolved to act
uprightly jn this world, the many examples
of men of apparent worth, falling on (lie
first strong temptation to do evil, should ad-
mnonish us all not to put too great a reliance
on our fortitu-de. We have seen men of ap-
parently fair reputation, and to whom cer-
tificates of character would be freely given-
in whom every confidence had been placed
we have seen such individuals unable to
resist the temptations of the moment, sacri-
fice every thing dear to honorable men, by
volisting ,the trust reposed in them, and
dishonestly appropriating that which was
another's to their own use. A recent case
is in point. We have no doubt that the'in-
dividual who was entrusted with funds by
the banks and brokers of this city, and who
pliained a FEIGNED robbery, to hide a real
one, could have obtained certificates of fair
standing froem gentlenmen of the highest re-
spectability in Batimuore. The fact of his
being trusted witlh a -large sum of money is
denton!tration of the confidence reposed in
his horesly and integrity; -ind yet how does
he now stand before the world ? As an un-
fortunate man who had not the moral cou-
aige to resist temptation-falling, from his
',high estate" into disgrace and ruin. This
is an instructive lesson against the admission
ofan uvil disposition within us-for lie who
deliberates in rejecting the suggestion of
crime, may be considered as already guilty.
We could weep over the frailty of human
nature, only that, justice demands the pun-
"ishment of offenders. Who can escape re-
iributive justice! The culprit may resort
to cunning devices, and exhaust his intellect
in platts to elude detection-but there is an
allseeing Eye steadfastly fixed upon him, and
an- Omnipotent arm stretched for his ckas-
t-seeneni. Let no mnan then yeld to teimpta-
tion under the delusive hope, that he caln go
scatheless because lhe eye of ninarr canntrt
penetrate into mysteries of his iniquity.-
Such hope rests on-a foundation "baseless
as the fabric of a vision." Transgression
is visited witi punishinent-ii this world as
well as the itext world. This, daily obser-
vwtion proves. And although guilty nman
may assume a boldness from the apparent
impunity witbi which lie has sinned, yet
there is no safety for his footsteps, or darkness
to hide him from Deity. Let none, then,
entertain the erroneous and faital idea, that
because retribution is delayed, the offence
is forgotten. The suspended blow will be
struck when it is least anlicipaied.
With the great efforts that are being made
in the propagation of religious principles-
the general diffusion of education-and by
the labors of the lernperance associations--
to improve the religious and moral condition
of society--it may be, considered surpri-
sing that crimes siill increases so rapidly.
But this is probably attributable to ihe re-
m;ius of tlhat speculative and extravagaint
disposition which lhas been prevalent of late
years. Idleness and pride are too exten-
sively diffused, and honest labor is too much
neglected and contemned Meon seek the
means of indulging their propensities by
Jhalphazar'd cxp~erimenlis, arid failing honestly
-to acqrlire lihem, th~ey too often, when the
temnpli,), opportunity is offered, to seize the
fruits eloiloter people's hlbor, yihling to the
seductive offer, fiijd themselves criminals.
[Boston Pofst.


trary to the wishes of his freind, became an
initiate of the Alms House. In process of
time, the silver cord of the weary pilgrim's
life was broken, for he died, and was buried
in Potter's Field, Subsequently to this, in
the darkness of midnight, the body of the
beggar was disinterred, made use of fur pur-
pose of dissection and was then thrown into
the rivet while at nearly about the same
time, the nameless widow had sent to the
Coroner, to enquire how she might obtain
the body of her departed friend, as she
wished to bury him elsewhere, than in Pot-
ter's Field, but he could give her little en-
couragement. A number of days was the
body of the pauper afloat in the East River,
but by the hand of Providence it was floated
into a certain dock, and then picked up and
placed in the hands of. the Coroner. This
gentleman suspected that the deceased was
the friend of the widow, who had consulted
him some days before, and on sending for
her to look upon the body, strange as it may
seem, it was immediately recognized as that
of Thos. Wolcott. It was given into the
custody of the good old woman, who had
the body neatly laid out in a decent coffin,
and the body of the aged pilgrim, at this
moment lies in the vault of the Wolcolt
family in Connecticut. intlhe midst of his
wife and children.-[N. Y. Express.

City Council Proceedings.
COUNCIL CHAMBER, .
WElDESDAY EVENING, Feb. 10, 1847.
Council met. Present, Benjamin S. Hawley,
Mayor; Councilmen, Messrs. Payson, Hancock,
Wyman, Whitmarsh and Green.
The minutes of the last meeting were read and
approved.
The following bill were presented and several-
ly passed and allowed, viz:
.S: & J. Schiffer, bill lor Groceries furnish-
ed'small pox patients................. $5 05
J Thomas, for board of Mary Lewis (pauper), 5 49
H. F. Abell, for oil for Engine ........... 10 81
C Johnson, for three days labor on Engine.. 6 00
C. Robinson, ..6 00
P. Laprade, for oil ftor Engine............1 50
The following resolution was offered and adop-
ted, v iz :
Resolved, That the bills just passed in favor
-f H. F. Abell, Charles Johnson, Charles Robin-
son and P. Laprade, he charged by Treasurer to
Richard Parker, the same having been erroneous-
ly passed in his favor.
The following bills were presented and referred
to the Committee on Claims:
George W Collum, for labor ............ $'40 50
John Houston, 4G ............. 15 00
Win. Blount, for breaking 2 cotton boxes. .20 00
E. Carpenter, for board ot'S. Smith ....... 32 00
T. T. Roan, for servicesas City Watchman
to 15th inst ......................... 25 Ou
S. T. Nichols, for services as City Watch-
man to 13th inst ..................... 45 00
C. Thigpin, for services as City Watch-
men to 13th inst ..................... 32 00
Tho Mayor suggested to the Council the pro-
priety of repealing or modifying the ordinance
providing for a City Watch.
Whereupon, Mr Payson gave notice that at
the next meeting he should offer an ordinance,
entitled An Ordinance Establishing a Watch
for the City of Apalachicola."
Messrs Green and Wyman severally presented
to the Council, their resignations as Coundilmen,
which were read by the Clerk, and on motion of
Mr Green, seconded by Mr. Wyman, the same
were received and accepted.
Mr. Payson offered the following resolution,
which was adopted :
Resolved, That the Clerk be, and he is hereby
ordered to give notice of an election for ihree
Councilmen,n lo fn tile vacancies occasioned by
the resignation of'Messrs. Guyon,Green and Wy-
man, to be held on --, the -- of ,-, 2nd
Francis Kopman, I. F Abell and Jas. A. Aborn,
are hereby appointed Inspectors. ,
On motion, the Council then adjourned.


In Chancery--C-ireuit Court of
J ackson County.
Alexander H. Simmons,
Vs. [Bill'to enforce vendor
William McDaniel, and lien (in land.
Benjamin F. Newsom.
T appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that
Benjamin F. Newsom a defendant in this bill,
is a resident f the United States, but a n'on-resi-
dent of the State of Florida. It is ordered, and
the said defendant is hereby required to appear
and answer, otherwise the complainant's bill shall
be taken pro conlesso.
GEORGE S. HAWKINS,
Judge of the Western Circuit of Florila.
. I certify that the above is a true copy from the
original order filed in my office. Given under
my hand and seal of office, this 27th day of Jan-
uary, A. D. 1847.
NATHAN S. WATSON, Clerk,
February 27, 1847. 7-4m


Mastodon Cotton Seed--Genuine
and no mistake !
O FFERED for sale at the house of A. N.
McKay, Apalachicola. The seed obtained
from the above mentioned house, may be confi-
dently relied on as genuine, being raised on Mr.
R. Abbey's plantation near Yazoo City, Missis-
sippi-Price $4 per bushel. Also a sample of R.
Abbey's cot on, can be seen by calling at the
above house. A. H. SHANKS,
R. ABBEY'S Agent.
February 27, 1847. 6-4t


EXPORTS OF COTTON FROM APALACHICOLA
Commenncing 1st September, 1846-and same
time in 1845.


1 5P-Slrevi-IoTa I Last
WHIirrtR EXPORTED. 13 daysously. I" "/season


Liverpool ............
Havre ................
N antz..... ........ ..
Trieste ...............
Genoa .... ....... ..
Other ports...........
Total to For. Ports.
New York ...........
Boston ...............
Providence ... ......
Philadelphia .........
Baltimore ............
New Orleans .........
Otherports ...........
Total Coastwise....
TOTAL-BALES..


..1514 ..4176


..5690 .11913


.58 '.95


-.1514
..481


...895

..71376


,5134
..5894
..5660
..1623


..6648
..6375
..5660
..1623


.11913
.10485
..5751
. .3932
..1662
..1685
...460
.23M75
.35888


.. 1600 .. 160O
. .64.53 ..7348
-.1262.. 1262
.22492 .23868
....... 30516


PASSENGERS.
Persteamer Augusta-B G Alderman, lady and
servant; Messrs J Robinson, W Maner, W G
Buyress, L B Hicks, W Robinson, A Sheldon,
J Stuhbs&, C Gregory.
Per steamer Columbus-J L Mustian.
Per steamer Emily-A 0 Burney.
Per steamerPeyIona--Capt H R Wood; Messrs
Wm Brooks. Thos Mehin.
Per steamer Eufaula--Mrs McKenzie and chil-
dren; Messrs A McKenzie, D C Scott, Marshall,
and Odum.
Per steamer Viola-Miss Schley, Miss Bugbee,
Messrs J L Shackleford, Warmock.
Per steamer Augusta--Mrs E Niles. Dr H Ely;
Messrs E Bryan, C Stephens, J Harrell.
Per steamer Mary A Moore-Mr. De Witt and
Family ; W W Deacon and lady ; Mrs De Witt,
Mrs Dingle, Mrs Odum; J G Shorter.
EXPORTS.
LIVERPOOL-Per bark Robert Watt-1514
bales cotton.
BOSTON-Per ship Waverly-1690 bales cot-
ton.
NEW YORK-Per schr Frederic-481 bales
cotton.
NEW ORLEANS-Perschr Santa Rosa-231
bales cotton
Per schr J B Gager-301 bales cotton.
Per schr Ann-363 bales cotton.


On Consignment.
THE subscriber has lately received on consign-
ment, the following articles :
2 casks choice Old Port Wine;
1 Old Madeira Wine;
1 superior Old Scotch Whiskey;
2 .. 4 Pale & Bro. Otard Brandy;
t 1 Dark Dumond Brandy;
10 baskets "London Club" Champaigne.
Also, a variety of Segars, all of which will be
sold low, for cash only, by
EDWARD McCULLY,
Feb 27 50 Water street.


*


On Consignment.
6*F- SACKS BONAIRE SALT, which will be
Os sold low for cash, by
EDWARD McCULLY,
Feb 26 50 Water street.


ARRIVED.
Feb 20-Bark Cumberland, Powers, fm Liver-
oool, to J Day & Co.
Schr Elizabeth, Clift, fm New Orleans.
Feb 22-Brig Sidi Hamet, Crane, fm Havana.
Brig.4enaretia, Thurston, fin New Orleans.
Ship Cordova, Lowell, fm Gibraltar, to Dodge
& Pratt.
Brig Lyrd, Storer, fm New Orleans.
Schr Ann, Rogers, fin New Orleans
Feb 23-Bark Margarett, McBride. fm Antigua,
to W A & P C Kain
Ship Dauntless, Rogers, fm Liverpool
Sclir Ontwa, Corsden, fm New Orleans.
Steamer Augusta, Jordan, fm Chattahoochee.
Steamei Emily, Hall, fm Columbus.
Steamer Peytona, Greer, fm Columbus.
Steamer Eufaula, Thompson, fm Eufaula.
SteamerMary A Moore, Moore, fm Georgetown.
Steamer Columbus, Stapler, fm Columbus.
Steamer Viola, Van Veghten, fm Columbus.
CLEARED.
Feb 22-Ship Waverly, Smith, for Boston, by
D B Wood & Co.
Feb 23-Schr Santa Rosa, Read, forN Orleans.
Schr J B Gager, Fowler, for New Orleans.
Feb 27-Bark Robert Watt, Johnson, for Liv-
erpool, by Hill, Dawson & Co.
Schr Ann, Rogers, for New Orleans.
Schr Frank, Kendric, for New York.


Sheriff's Sale.
BY virtue of a writ of fieri facias, issued from
the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court, for
the county of Franklin, Western Circuit of Flo-
rida, and to me directed, wherein David Web-
ster is plaintiff, and William S. Nell and Henry
Allen are defendants, I have levied upon and will
offer fbr sale before the Court House door, in the
city of Apalachicola, on the first Monday in
March next, 1847, within the legal hours, the
following property, to wit: one negro boy named
Fleming and one negro man named Isum, levied
upon as the property of said defendants, and to be
sold to satisfy said writ of fieri facias.
JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff,
By his Deputy, BENJ. LUCAS.
Apalachicola, Jan. 29, 1847. 3-5t


On thte morning of the 22d inst., JA.MES RUAN, a
native of the Itdand of St. Croix, in the 37th year
of his age.
At a meeting of the citizens of Apalachicola,
held at the office of J. F. Farrier, on Wednesday
evening, 24th February, 1847, JAS. A. ABORN was
called to the chair and A. C. WAGEt requested
to act as Secretary.
Mr. J. P. Farrior in a few appropriate remarks
announced the death of our fellow citizen JAMES
RUAN, -and the following gentlemen were appoin-
ted to draft preamble and resolutions, viz: James
F. Farrier, J. Schiffer, and J. F. Potts. On mo-
tion ot Mr. Farrior, the chair was added to said
committee-after a few moments retirement, they
reported the following :
NViiErEAS, it has pleased an All Wise Provi-
dence to take to himself our much respected fel-
low citizen JAMES RUAN, cut down in the bloom
of life-he was much loved by all who knew him
for his worth and charitable disposition, honorable
conduct and affable demeanor, has won the higr
est esteem and most lasting remembrance of this
community.
Resolved, That while we deeply lament the
untimely deatth of one so gifted and good, and feel
that one has gone with whom we cannot part
without the deepest feelings of regret-yet it is
with a mournful pleasure that we here record our


LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT.
SH-IPS.
Jessie, Oliver, 67-9 tons, for Liverpool, loading-
J Day & Co.
Oceanna, Stevenson, 445 tons, for Trieste, load-
ing-M Psiachi.
Cordova, Lowell, 333 tons, for Liverpool, loading
-Dadge & Pratt.
Dauntless, Rogers, 698 tons, fin Liverpool, wait-
ing-Master.
BARQUES.
Covenanter, Patterson, 612 tons, for Liverpool,
loading-J Day & Co.
Baltic, Sainders, 39o tons, for Providence, load-
ing-Wood & Ballou.
Carlos, Tillinghast, 323 tons, forProvidence, load-
ing-T L Mitchel.
Cumberland, Powers, 402 tons, fm Liverpool,
waiting-J Day & Co.
Margarett, McBride, 623 tons, fin Antigua, wait-
ing-W A & P C Kain.
BRIGS.
G B Lamar, Hayes, 260 tons, for New York, load-
ing-Wm G Porter & Co.
Peconic, Park, 238 tons, for New York, loading-
Nourse, Stone & Co.
Clarion, Babcock, tons, for New Orleans, load-
ing-Chas Rogers & Co.
Wim L Jones, Tyler, 220 tons, for New York
loading-Dodge & Pratt.
Sidi Hamet, Crane, 121 tons, for New Orleans,
loading-I D Bugbee.
Henrietta, Thurston, 1S8 tons, fin New Orleans,
waiting-Master.
Lyrd, Storer, 153 tons, fm New Orleans, waiting-
Master.


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


A vIvI.YrTER STRANG-ELY SOLVED.-About taint testimonial to the nigh place nis warm and
generous heart and viltue have won for him in the
one week ago, we recorded the fact that esteem and affections of'all those whose fortune it
the dead body of a man had been found, was to see and know him.
tied up in a coffee bag, aud floating in the RIesolved, That we sincerely lament and de-
'East River. It was supposed that the inan p^ore his irreparable loss to society, as a compa-
had been murderedd, but recent develop- Mion, a true friend and a perfect gentleman.
SbeeResolved, That the we sincerely sympathize
inents have explained (he mystery. 'Phe with his bereaved relatives and friends in his sad
name of the deceased was Thomas G. Wol- and mournful fate.
cott, his age 82 years, his birth place Wind- R d wetnd or most coda
thanks tonDr. S. W. Green for his kindness and
soy, Conn., and a member of one the oldest untiring attention to our deceased friend during
and most respectable families of his native his long and painful illness.
State,-he was no other than a nephew of Resolved, That the Editors of the Commercial
the distinguished TEx-Governor Wolcott.- Advertiser be requested to publish these proceed-
Snings and that a copy be sent to his relatives in
The individual in question spent the morn- Philadelphia.
ing and noon of his life in the lap of luxury, .. .
but in his old age his wealth, his wife and RECEIPTS FROM THE INTERIOR.
children, and nearly all his kindred were Per steamer Augusta-6 balescotton to Lock-
taken away, and he became a man acquaint- hart &, Young; 10 boxes tobacco to T Preston.
ed with many sorrows. Some months ago Per steamer CoTumbus-339 bales cotton to
e c e to ts c, ad wh Nourse, Stone & Co; 2 bxs mdze to A N McKay;
he came to this city, and while actually st(- Icaskdo to Harper.& Holmes.
fearing from hunger, it so happened that he Per steamer Emily-400 bales cotton to D B
entered a certain dwelling for the purpose Wood & Co; 33 to Lockhart.& Young; 12 to Har-
oefasking alms The princi pal inmate of per &IHolmes; 35 do and 7 bales hides to J Day
!,hat dwelling was a widow, who had been on pe rCsteamer Peytona--3 bales cotton .to HilT,
the most intimate terms with the Wolcott Dawson& Co; 10 to Lockhart & Young; 14 bales
family in Connecticut, and whose birt h place cow hides and 10 do deer skins to A N McKay; 1
was the same with that of the poor beggar, box mdze to Wm G Porter & Co.
11b rPer steamer Eufautla-208 bales cotton to A N
The friends of other days immediately re- McKav; 42 to Wm G Porter & Co; 34.to Wylie
cognized each other, and a long and inter- & McKenzie; 4 to Lockhart & Young; 8 to order.
esting conversation ensued, which brought, Per steamer Viola-307 bales cotton to W A &
Up a thousand endearing recollections ofP C Kain; 126 to Lockhart & Young; 102 to B
up a housad ma Ieeclfth rt ut 'EllisonuIV Co; 92 to Nourse, Stone 6z Co; 90 -to
childhood, and made each of the party quite D G Raney; 2,ito Harper. & Holmes; 11 to I M
happy. The only thought which oppres- Wright; I to D B Wood & Co.
sed the spirit of the beggar, was, that his Per steamer Angusta-77 bales cotton to Lock-
bones when he came to die, would be de- hart & Young; 10 do and 10 boxes tobacco to 1)
posited in a stranger's soil, and his prayer der to WG Porter & Co
was, that he might yet be buried among his Per box fm Albany-372 bales cotton to Sims &
kindred. His kind friend assured him that Cheever, 32 to Lockhart &, Young.
*if her own w sprdPer barge Live Oak, fm Chipola--10,000 white
if hr on lfe as pare, te dsir ofhisoak pipe and hhds staves to J F Farrior.
heart should be fully gratified. Per steamer Mary A Moore-107 bales cotton
Weeks passed on, and the old man, Con- to A N McKay; 87 to Lockhart 5 Young.


White Pine Lumber For Sale.
2hO 00 Pine Lumber,
2050 00 just received per schooner
Hunter, from, Bath, Maine.
Jan 16 CHAS. ROGERS & CO.
NOTICE.-Six months after publication e1
this notice, application will be made to the
Hon. Judge of Probates for* Jackson county, tor a
final settlement of the administration of the es-
tate of Samuel N. Spears, deceased, late of said
county. ELIZA SPEARS,
February 14, 1857. 5-6m Administratrix.


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








































Annuals for 1S47.
T HE Mother's Present," ,1 Moss Rose," May
Flower;"1 Christian Keepsake,"" Hyacinth,'
"Friendship's Offering," ,, Christmas Blossoms,"
" Wordsworth's Poems," Poetry of the Pas-
sions," "Gems from 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 Marriagc Ring," the Casket of jewels,"
"Lovest Thou Me," and Ihe "Flower Vase."
comprise a part of the above now offered, for sate
by J. C. ALLEN.
Also, a large assortment of School and Toy
Books, suitable for all the ditterent ages of chil-
dren. Dec 26
PRINTS ONLY.
SPRING STYLES, 1847.
LEE & B U EWSTERTE,
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, French and American Manufacture;
which, in addition to their usual stock, renders
their assortment one of the most beautiful and
attractive in the city; and having just been pur-
chased for
CASH AND SHORT CREDIT,
Are offered by the piece or package on the same
terms, at and below manufacturer's prices.
Catalogues of prices (corrected daily,) aire
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 Qolicited.
LEE & BREWSTER,
January 9, 1847. 44 Cedar Street,
B. Ellison & Co., 24 Water street.
SHIP CHANDLERY"
M ANILLA and Hemp Cordage of all sizes,
Hambroline, Wormline, Miarline, Spun-
yarn, Oaknm, Sperm Oil, Fall do, Whale do Olive
do, Linseed do, Raw do, Boiled do, Spirits Tur-
entine, Paints, Window Glass Putty, White
Lead, Red do, Yellow Ochre, Chrome Green,
Emerald do, Imperial do, Chrome Yellow, Ver-
igris, Lith-trage, Sulphur, Bright Varnish, Copal
lo, Tar, Rosin, Pitch, Turpentine. Coal, Paint
Brushes, Varnisn do,. Tardo, Scrub do. Clamp do,
Lamp Black, Chalk, ,Whiting, Russia Duck En-
sh do, Cotton do, Heavy Ravens do Light do,
Vhite, Blue and Red Bunting, Nails, Copper do
o Tacks, Ship Spikes, Boat do, Brads, Screws,
ack Screws, Anchors, Handspikes, Capstain
;ars, Oars, Blocks, Shives, Jib Hanks, Hand
tamps, Deck Buckets, Cedar do, Deck Brooms,
o'n do, Caulking Mallets, Sarving do, Axes,AAxo
[elves, Hooks and Thimbles, Box Hooks, Bale do,
Dan do, Cotton do, Boat do, Fish do, Caunking
rons, Making Irons,. Marline Spikes, Sitip Scra-
pers, Bung Dippers, Cook's Ladles, Tornmenor.-,
Dividers, Compasses, Sail Needles, Sail Twine,
eine do, Sewing do, Palms, Rigging Leather'
ump do, Shovels, Hammers, Hatchets. Chisels:
Itugurs, Planes, Handsaws, Gimblets, Handsaw
Files, Rat Tail do, Iron Squares. Cupboard Locks,
tuck do, Hooks and Staples, i-hnges, Padlocks,
g~ood Saws, Pendant Haulyards, Hand Lines,
)eep Sea- do, Log do, Fish do, Hand Leads, Deep
eado, Sheet do, Bar do, Funnels, Lanhorns,
halk Lines, Pitli- Pots, Log Books, Cargo do I
delaying Pins, Tin Ware, Crockery, Carpenter's c
ools, Sampson Posts, &c, tc
Apalachicola, Jan. 23, 18-17.
Groceries and Ship Stores.
0I0 COFFEE, Java do, St. Domingo do,
Northern Flour, Western do; N 0 Sugar,
t. Croix do, Porto Rico do, Young Hyson Tea
yson do, Powchong do, Souchong do, Goshen
utter, Cheese, Lard, Bacon Harms, Sides, Shoul-
ers, Molasses, Whiskey, Mess and PrimeBeef,
less and Prime Pork, Mackerel. Shad, Salmon:
Herring, Sounds and Tongues, Cod Fish Tongues,
epper, Spices, Catsups, Pepper Sauce, Olives' r
apers, Pickles, Soap, Starch, Tobacco, Navy
read, Pilot do, Crackers, Vinegar, Dried Fruits,
eans, Salt, Raisens, Macaroni, Vermacelli, Ar- i
w Root, Corn, Oats, Buckwheat, MustardI Rice.
or sale by B. ELLISON & CO. a
Jaq23 24 Water street.
OOTS, Shoes and. Brogans; by the case ;*
3 Women's Shoes and Buskins;
Men's, Boys and Youth's Brogan.i ;
G 4C fine sew'd Brogans;
Men's pegged Boots;
fine sewed Boots;
Russet Brogans. For sale by ]
B. ELLISON & CO.,
Jan 23 24 Water street. C
Refined Nitre and Alum.
. KEGS each, just received and for sale by
nov28 H. F. ABELL
A HHDS St. Croix Sugar;
20 do New Orleans Sugar, to arrive;
100 sacks Rio Coffee; 50 do Java ;
40 bxs Aromatic Tobacco;
50 Mnff'd do. Brown's and Labby's; *(
20 Sperm Candles; 50 bxs brown soap;
100 bags Shot; 50 kegs Powder;
2000 lbs Lead ; 4 casks Linseed Oil;
200 kegs White Lead, No. 1, Extra and Pure.
For sale by WM. G. PORTER &% CO.
Dee 5 41 Water street. .1i
lFresli Herbs.
I AGE, Thyme, Summer Savory, Sweet Mar-. a't
joram, Catnep, Boneset, Horehound, Worm. J
lod, &c., just received and for sale b'y
Nov 28 : J. C. ALLEN.
)EASE'S Clarified Essence of Hoarhound k
Candy--a fresh'supply just received and for
e by H. F. ABELL,'
Nov 21 _.DrUggist.
"1HEAP--PUBLICATIONS, just received and ]
., for sale by J
Nov 21 .- J. G. ALLEN,


Premium.
5 boxes ,, Nape
leon's" Brand "Magnolia."
5 boxes Manufactured Nape
leon's Brand Strawbery."
50 20 lb boxes Manufactured 1 "Napo
leon's Brand ', Magnolia."
9 boxes Manufactured .,, Morford Honey Dev
10 Crates Crockery; 10,000 Florida Segars.
30 doz Negro Caps; 60 doz Hoes, assorteded"
Ingrain Carpeting, Cotton Cards, Trace Chains
For sale-low to close consignments, by
LOCKHART & YOUNG,
Nov. 14 53 Water street.
Blank Books and Stationery.
L EDGERS, Journals, Day Books, &c.
.. 50 reams Foolscap and Letter Paper;
Cotton Memorandum Books;
Ship and River Bills Lading;
Boooks for Letter Press.
Blank Bills of Exchange and Checks,
Just received and for sale by
March 1 H. F. ABELL.
Prints! Prints !
T HE subscriber has just received, per barb
i\I-, .1 I I-,, from New York, 200 pieces supe-
rior English Cambric Prints, lor sale at lower
prices than ever before offered, at wholesale or
retail, by I I
- Jan 16 -FRANCIS KOPMAN.
-Lamp Oil.
W INTER strained, a splendid article, forsale
by [jan30] J C ALLEN.


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AM Ordinaance,
"To raise.a Revenue for the use of the city of A
I .':-iG.:...l for the year A D. 1347, and for
other purposes.
Section J. Be it ordained by the Mayor a
councill of the city of Apalachicola, 'that
following taxes ;be levied upon all property a
,persons within the limits of the city of Apalac
-cola, at the rates and in the manner hereinae
provide-d: That upon all real property in the c
of .p.ai.:.,.i. there shall be assessed and c
,lectJ, t(h.- -;1110 of twenty-five cents upon ea
and every one hundred dollars of: the actual val
f l ere.-, f..
Se.o. 2, Be it farther ordained, That up1
-all slaves, pleasure carriages, horses and mu
'(except those used in licensed drays) there sh
n? a a nse-.; aI.I collected the sum of twenty-t
cehts upon each and every on>o hundred doll
,of the actual value thereof.
Sec.- 3. Be it further ordained, That up
each-and every white male inhabitant over t
*age of twenty-one years who shall have reside
within the corporate limits of this city for thi
da ys pr, ,:,-.:l;!.. the publication of this ordinan,
there shall be assessed and collected the sur-
6'ae dollar.
See. 4,. Beit further ordained, That upon t
gross amount of all sales of goods, wares, mE
chanjdite ar lumber sold at private sale from t
rit daruf l'February, 1SIG, to the first day
Februi'y, 1817, there shall be assessed and c-
lectedthe sum of ten cents on each and eve
one I 1,i:,.Jrel dollars of said sales That up
I he r.i amount of all commissions or fees
everyAti-ctioneer, Commission Merchant, Fact
or Broker, -there shall be assessed and collect
the sum .,f onedollar-upoi each and every, o
hundred dollars thereof. That upon all ce;tt
not pa.!;;ir,. through the h-vds of persons engage
,-!ir4 regular commission bu-coness,;and on whi
taxes have not been paid, them iall be assess
and c.,ill-.:r.1 a tax-of two cents upon each a
every bale. .-That upon the arrmu:it of all Bills
gs,'h~n.e purchased, taken, or remitted (ora
co.ti vf-m banking institution out of the liri
of tliis Srito, or for account of any individual r
sidhr, oot .:.I the limits of (his State, there sh:
'b-a assessed and collected the sumn of twenty-fi
cents upon each and every thousand dollars
punrha,-Jd. That upon each and every Insuran
Company and upon every Agent of ai Insuran
Company, there shall be ai.iessed and collect,
fbrty dollars. That upon the gro,s amount
all receipts for wharfage, there shall be assessc
"and collected the sum of' te:i cents on each ar
.every hundred dollars. That upon the grc
amount of receipts for all cotton compressed, the
fr-all be assessed and collected the sum of for
cents on each and every hu idred dollars.
Sec. 5. Be it further ordwi&ed, That upon;
Lawyers, Physicians and Dentists, there sh.
be assessed and collected the sum of one dollk
upon each and every hundred dollars of their a
nual professionall income.
Sec. 61'Be it further ordained. That upon a
Pitots there shall be assessed and collected on
dollar upon each and every hundred dollars
their annual income.
I Sec. 7. Be it further ordained, That upo
each-and every dog there shall be assessed art
collectedl the sum of one dollar.
Sec. 8. Be it further ordained, That ever
horse or mule brought into the city for sale, sha
be subject to a tax of three dollars, to be assessed
-and collected as provided fur in secti-on 2.
this ordinance.
Sec. .".' Be it further ordained' That all pe
softs residing beyond the boundaries of the city,
Aoalachii..l-a, whocome into the city to carry o
.their regular business, shall be liable to the sanr
tax.as is imposed by this Ordinance on the bs
snes-an. property of persons residing therein.
'*Sec. 10. Be it farther ordained, That it Pha
be the duty of the City Assessors to make clilgen
2- inquiry as to all property liable to taxation; t
put the necessary questions and ma! explanations, and take all proper measures for th
purpo.s- of obtaining full ard accurate returns
and to make the assessment on a seale that w[l
bear e.eually o.n all, as near as may be.
"'Soc.- 11. Be it further ordained, That the As
so strs shall, so soon as the returns are cornple
ted, make out an alphabetical list. of all the per
sons making such returns, or liable to pay taxe
in the city, with the amount of their respectiv
assessments under the proper head?, and shal
fiarthwitlh report the same in Council to be ap
r ipo-r-.,:." or corrected, as the Council shall direct
Sec, 1.2. Be it further ordained, That wher
the said tax list shall have been approved b3
Council, it shall be placed in the hands of th
Tax Collector, Who shall proceed to collect th.
same under the following provisions, viz:- ThE
Tax C,_,l.,:t.,r Ii .ll attend at some convenient
place il l -.-ir .:i', .for the sp-ace of fifteen clays
-roni 9o'Ui_..:!:, A. M., until 4 o'clock, P. M.
eiIh d..,v ..Jvirn. previously given ten days no
fice.) t.jre,:,:- i.-e: payment of taxes; and if', at thi
e.pirati._,n .':,l said fifteen days, any tax shall re
mare unp~i..l, he shall proceed to collect th(
am.:,unt uri.g,,,ally assessed, fr'om all delinquents
with the ,,j.lir,t,:. of 2 per ceat. thereto for th,
first m.,iitl,. 6 percent for the second month, 1
,per eent. for the third month, anid 21. per cent
.for the fourth month, if' said amount should s(
* long. remain unpaid, as hereinafter provided.
See.-13,..Be it further ordained, That 'th(
Tax Colh...,:t.,;r is hereby vested with the sam
"power andd authority to make distress and sale oi
property of.M[ .li,|,_..,r, whao.may not' have paid
the taxes'dute said eity, as is now vested in Col-
lectors of taxeb for the State by the 16th section
ef an .act of the Legislative Council of' the Terri-
ory of Fl.:.ri..I-i. entitled ,,An .Act to raise a Re-
venue fifor.the Territory .f'l*- . ,.11 ,2' approved the
*2"2d N~iw. 182S ; and the owner (of property which
me'/be '.uaM agreeably to said act shall be entitled
to redteem the same in the same manner as is
promvded for n the provisions of said act of the
Legislative Council. -
See. *14. Be if further ordained, 'That the
Taxg C..,.l,.,:,r shall bs held responsible for the
rnil amount .of the tax list handed over to him for
collection, unless released, by the Mayor and
Couaeil-upon showing that he. used due dilli-


gence to collect the same, and making a full and
complete return of all delinquents..-
Sec., 1 -. B- it further ordained, That every
person residing within the city for three months
in the .veearshall be considered'and deemed an in-
habitant Aereof, and all such of his or her per-
sonal property held, possessed, used or enjoyed,
i in th I eirY, as may come under the description of',
ltaxable propiNty as :.,_,i -'d in this ordinance,
be liabhk to .- ,:*[. and be proceeded with
agree.ibl ti-, the .:,r-..,,rg provisions, of this ordi-
nance,.it brought into and .used within the city
du,'ing such residence, although not within the
city on the first day of February preceding.
-S-ec. 16. Be "it Jfurther ordained, That all
goods, wares and merchandize sold within the
limits of the city of Apalachicola, by any peson
or person, whomsoever, since the first day of
*February last, and from and after the passage ,of
this ordinau.e, 'shall be liable to such tax as is
or may be, imposed by- ordinance of the City
-Council. .
eSeo. 1.7. Be it further ordained, That when-
'e.ver the 1. ax. Collector shall find that the Asses-
sors ha\e cmili.:-. ,y persons or.property liable
to ta'idn, .it s h.- IV.e' his duty, and he is hereby
required,-t r",:.p,-rrt lie same to the City Council,
and enter the,,meeon the assessment roll of the
city,Iad 7to.c..lect the regular tax on all such
,person's or property.
Sec. 1'. Be it further ordained, That all
traneiirt or t,:rit,;orary merchants and traders who
have nr,_, res" ted a st are or place for business for
the full .bu._I,,,I; season, shall be required to
mak1 .n.tI(IIhly .r-,irns-, under oath, of all sales or
- c, m,m isi.,n.; a,,.i ,t l e Collector shall call on
all such and ,.-llt from them a tax of twenty-
five cents on every "hundred dollars of sales of


lll I


merchandise, and three dollars-on every hun
Ipa- doltors of commissions, brokerage, &c.
Sec. 19. Beit further ordained, That all
nances, or parts of ordinances, conflicting
the provisions of this ordinance be, and the &
and are hejeby repealed.
the Passed by Council, February 10, 1847.
and B. S. HAWLEY, Mayo
chi- WILLIAM1%I VALLEA-U, Clerk.
, f


I I_


A Copy. "^'---
W. VALLEAU, Clerk. '*.'
Dec-ember 31, 1846. jan.10 1-3a .-M -
Frantklin Circuit Coujrt.
Roberts, A llen & Co. .,
,-, VS. Petition to Poreelpw '
Ebenezer Hoyts and -Mortgage. **;
Wm- C. Lawrence. I >-
T HE defendants are hereby notified' of -t-feqjH-
stitution ofT the above suit, by petition to fore-
close their certain mortgage dleed, bearing'date '
t he 1l1 h day of October, 1845, of a cerftai ilooV-
called the 11 Oregon," to secure the -pavrnent -f .
the sum of $500. And that at the next spring
te-rm of said court, I will move for a judgment or
.J reclosure. I 1, !
A. G. SEMMES',Att'Y forPetitjoner.--
Apalachicola, Jan 2,*1847' 6-2m.
In Jackson Circuit Cour
-, ,SPRING TERM, 1847. .-.:--
Etheldred Phillip's,
vs' ^Attac'iindent~for'$l20'.do*
Richard.Tripp. 5- -;. I -. ,* I !*
T HE defendant and all.othdrs inf ereited -wfff-
-Ltake notice of the institution of Aiis suit by-
Attachment, returnable'to the nex-t termi of the-.
0ircuit Court for Jackson -county;, and appear
and plead to the declaration filed- in waidiftiisaaa*
~A. H. BUSH, Pifl's Attly.-
,Marianna,. .Jaxi la.jn3OA,-'-*-

MOFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND PHCBNLX -
MBITTERS, just received and. for saleA
Nov 28 H. 'F.' ABELL, Driffgf.,.'..
rOLGER'S Ol'osadnian, or AU I-eaIi ng- Balsam,
L for Consumption, Asthma, CoughL, -Live-r
Complaint, Aand all diseases of the "throat andi
lungs, for sale by t I *

Flavouring- W.ters. ''
AN assortment just received, and foir gale- by
A Nov 2q J. C-ALLE.N, Druggidt.'.
WThite Lea.ei( a ,,
^Q^I Bs, -a superior article, juy ze-r'_
5000~v^ceived and forsale by'
Nov'21 11 F.' ABELL, Dn*' t..
Blank oolks1,_riPe wduj~u. ;.
-, J~apex', &c. 3i; ; u,.
A GENERAL "wsr~tm of 'Sttiqueyly,^n^P.U-
L-L sistinig ol'Foolscap and Lette.r.Papef oftbe ,
.nest quality; Bjue and W~hite wove (Jruled) eAx-
"ra fine Quarto and Packet Post; also a beautiful '
issortme'nt of Fr~ench Letter Papier, P~e~ns &,C.
Tot received per brig, Alabama and- for sale by *r
Oc't., 17 J. C. ALLteHM '
SHEETINGS, Shirtings and Priks, yt&l
S bale and case, low for cash, by '"
-13.t ELL1SON & pCd"' i"
Jan 21 1 24 Wvater ?trfpet. ;;
-.^ ^ -^ S A ; ." It,91 4 erpo o *,parg o,.0{U if ,';..

10 00v-V- tis4 ship Jessie, tor sale by,' *
Janr 23 -- J .-., DA#&C^ K*


idred State Tax Collector's Sale. ] Dry Goods.
I Y virtue of the power vested in me by law, I" T E subscribers ofer for sale' a large andsea-
ordi- M) shall expose tfor sale before the Court House J_ sonable stock of Dry Goods, consistin- in
with door in the county of Calhoun, on the first Mon- part of t3
same day in July next, the following property situated Negro Kerseys and Linseys,
in the city of St. Joseph, or so much thereof, as White and Red Flannels,
will pay the State and County Tax on the same Plain and Fancy Jeans,
or. forithe year 1846: Double twilled Tweeds,
14 Lots unimproved valued at $50, purporting Super fancy Casameres,
to belong to R C Allen's estate. Super English and French Cloths,
lLot unimproved, valued at $50, purporting Whitney Blankets, 10, 11 and 12 qrs.
3iber 'to belong to Robert Armstrong Duffil Blankets, 8, 9 and 10 qrs.I
the 1 Lot unimproved, valued at $50, purporting Denims, Kremlins and Cotionades,
the to belong to F GAerott. Brown Shirting and Sheeting,
ay of 3 Lots improved, valued at $.5, purporting to Cotton Osnaburgs,
it: belong to R BeVeridge's estate. Cotton Drilling and Ticking,
4 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting Linen and CottOn Checks,
0. 1, to b eong to A B Blackwell's estate. Irish Linen, Shirling and Sheeting,
& E. I Lot improved, valued at $200,,purporting to irting and Sheeting,
beon t Gen blarR. Bleche Coto I^ SSh "~
belog toGeoge Cark.' EE nglisb, French and American Prints,
E :2 L o ts im p r o v e d v a lu e d a t S t 0 0, p u rp o r tin g toE x r _s p p l i a d t w l e G n g m ,
belong to Wm Cromwell. Super Cashmere a'Ecosse,
e of 11 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting Extra super Muslin de Lane,
a of- to belong to J N Copeland. English, Scotch and American do.
3Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting Su perIainbckndfgedSks
t"b','!'o'nm['^'oT0 ^f s'^'"S S r Italian black and figured Silks,
to belong to R K Call. Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs,
5, E. 31 Lots unimproved, valued at. 200, purporting Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs,
to'belong to Win P Craig. English acnd American Cotton Hkfs,
SE. 3 Lots unmproved, valued at $50, purporting s d Vohd k
se o tobelng t W olqit.Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hoge,
2 ot unmrvd value u $0, pi~rpring MS t;
of- 0 osumrvd aue t$0 frotn Super Marseilles and Worsted Vestings,
to belong to Colquit & Grant. Cotton and Flax Thread,
2 Lots unimproved, valued at .50, purporting Plain and fi-'d Swiss and checked Muslins,


18, to belon- to Wm B Duvallk. pmhvw'r'vrn sr
18 o eon o mB ua~.Jaconet and Cambric Muslins,
22, 03 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting Needles, Pins, Tape, &c. &c.
eof to belongtoWhich have been selected with great careein
24, 2 Lots unimproved, valued at $59, purporting New York and Boston, from Importers and Agents
to belong to John E Davis. of Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates, and
2 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting are now os Gred at wholesale or etai (on favorable
3id to belong to John Derrick. terms by WN t. G. PORTER & Co.
20 Lot unimproved, valued at $100, purporting to 2 5, 1 41 Whi s te et.
e of to belong to Johna G Gamble. 1 D e s R 1Cle 41 b r soap;
e of*- Lots unimproved, valued at 4t00, purportfng -REEN & C SgNERY, No. 36, Water street;
to belong to FRG Gibson's estate. 0 2-have just received and offer for sale
2 Lots unimproved, valued ai $50, purporting 1:25 sacks Green Rio Coffeee, (new crop;)
Id to belong to E G Greenwood. 100 barrels Northern and Western Flour
1 Lot improved, valued at $50, purporting to 200 Old Rectified Whiskey ;
belong to James Gostin. [100 boxes while, pale and brown Soapl;
22, 6 Lots unimproved, Valued at 8.50, purporting 5 hhrds N. O. Sugar; 5 do MusRovad6 do;
23. to belong to Robert Gamble. 20 casks Bacon Sides and Shoulders;
2-1 2 Lots improved, valued at $100, purporting to 1 D s Hams ;
2.5 t belong to Edward Hardin's estate. 20 barrels Clarified Sssar
26. 2 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purpoting 10 boxes Loaf do; C s
27. to belong to S K Hod-es. 50 Sperm Candles;
28, t Lot unimproved, valued at $50, purporting 20 barrels N E Rum;
29 to belong to William Holland. 10 c White's Baltimore Gin;
30, 7 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting 10 "9 Domestic Brandy;
31, to belong to A K Hill. 10 N 0 Molasses;
32, 1 Lot unimproved, valued at $50, purporting to 50 boxes English Dairy Cheese;
33, belong to B S Hawley. n30 pieces Kentucky Bagging;
34, 1 Lot unimproved, valued at $150, purporting to 30 coils "c Rope;
3 t, belong to HSB Inman.es. 10 bales Aldo doh Mats;
30, 2 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting 80 bxs and hlf-bxs (new crop) Mal. Raisins;
to belong to G C S Johnson. 10 Lemons;
7 Lots improved, valued at $300, purporting to 75 Manufactured Tobacco; E
24, belong to John Jenkins' estate. 25 cases assorted Pickles; tT
3 Lots unimproved, valued at $100, purporting 30 barrels Mackerel, Nos 2 and 3 ;
e to belong to Seaborn Jones. 20 halt bbls do do;
1 of 1 Lot improved, valued at $50, purporting to 20 boxes assorted Syrups;
belong to Jones & Bass. 20 bbchests and boxes Gunpowder and Hy-
ears 1 Lot improved, valued at $50, purporting to son3Teas;
are belong to J Kinney's estate. 10 chests and boxes PowchongwTeas ;
I Lot improved, valued at $200, purporting to 2 half pipes Old Cognac Brandy
there belong to J P Locke. 10 baskets ,Heidsieck" Champane;
nt, 1 Lot improved, valued at $50, purporting to 0 kegs Nails, assorted sizes;
an- belong to Doctor Lang. 25 bbls Pilot and Navy Breadl;
9nd I Lot improved valued at $50, purporting to 3 tierces new Rice; A


toe belong to Abahm PMLowe. obzn ikApc;tc
ase beongto braam ow.-- 20 kegs and quarters new Bnckwheat ,
1,a 5 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting 200 bushels Norther Oats. t
the to belong to P Lathrop, AMalachicola, Dec. 5, 1846.
1 Lot improved, valued at $50, purporting to -1RANCe S KOPMAeN has fr saletsP
belong to C McEhran.
9 1 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting E ong Chec and Fianrnts;
, to belong to WmJ Malone. Bombazine and Silk Alpaca; ti
I Lot unimproved, valued at $100, purporting to learh fedand e owen D domestic; ;
belong to ThomastMorei Bleached and Wow n Ho ods; c


tobln0 oGerePe r Ner Col rsed and BlankGier ots;
I Lot improved, valued at $50, purporting to Negro Kerseys an s;
a t- belong to Daniel Munn. .r Bed Ticks and Linsey Woolseysr
ut- 1 Lot iunnproved, valued at $50, purporting to Fine ck and Fu ats;
of belong to J Ninnenger. L inen and Cambric Handkerchiefs; 1
-- I Lot improved, valued at $100, purporting to oSira Bo es vary ode W cr oods;
of belong to Wm Patrick. ApawcBola, Dec. 5, 1
q& 2 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting to Sh
to belong to George Poe, jr. Colored and Black Gaiter Bootsl;



ed to belong o A RGanf-and ing th o iizns o plcicl n i dc
d 3 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting CIlf-and Kft Brohas ;
e to belong to Wude ope. arCanlf, Seat Skin, Kip and Water Proof Boots;
SLots improved, valued at $50, purporting to Fine Silk and Fur Hats;
S Lot improved, valued at $50, purporting to fine assortment of Ready Made Clothing,





-2 belong to WmDPriea ndl. An 'ag vreyo Fancy PrGtoo. ds. di
2 Lots improved, valued at $100, purporting to A largc arey of FiG oods.
belong to Isaac Robitnson. Apalachicola, Dec. 5, 186.B
w, 2 Lots improved, valued at $50, purporting to A CARD. l
ale belong to F A Ross. A S t rd ,
'h- 3 Lots unimproved, valued at $100, purporting N SEYMOUR takes this method of inform-
)ed to belong to ARyan.il ing the citizens of Apalachicola and iis d
S Lot unimproved, valued at $50, purpotiny that e has removed down on the cornerB
S Lot unimproved, valued at 50, purporting of Water and Centre streets, and feeling thak-p





Lh belong to WJ Rowlett. EdngLseCaadTra.
ear 3 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting ful for the patronage heretofore extended to him;
to belong to Reegan, Colquit &t Grant. he solicits renewal of the same, by offering to
I Lot improved, valued at $20, purporting to yon a very neat and select Stock of GOODS, con- CE
belong toE obeson ` Ee retate. s isti in ar and fol Glow es: I






.2 Lotts improved, valued at $200, purporting Cooths and Csis e r onets, variusstylesio. S P
2 belong to Phie as R nodal Rbbnsy Pints aldvrete do S
4 Lots improved, valued at $520, purporting to Arown ushireig 7-8 d -4 anurd3-.
belong to George t Coodru. SilksGched do n. P-,3444 04 14
1 Lot improved, valued at $50, purporting- to dBla Mntelsl64and84
belong to Ch Searte s eistate d Ig atin anSCtt Criped. gp

2 Lots unimproved, valued at $850, purporting do Dcr el aine do c;
to belong toJ GerD Stewat. Mu Haslind as, ndalste. Book
8 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting' too d. wisLueand Colored. B'

tobelong to P D Woodrus esae K "' ltid, of allknd Sl lvs .


" Lot unimproved, valued at $50, purporting to a neat'tittle assortment of Jewelry and F
-belong to William Wyat. many other articles too numerous to mention.
Calloangexaminiforiyorselvts
3 Lois unimproved, valued at $50, purporting Call and examine for yourselves. Y
to belong to R W Williams. Z A N N. SEYMOUR.
id Lots improved, valued at $1,500, purporting to Apalaehicola, Nov. 14, 1846.
.belong to John D Gray. AINTS AND OILS-50 kegs No 1 White
0- ISAAC JACKSON, Sheriff -Lead; 200 galls Winter Lamp Oil; 300 galls
and ex-officio Tax Collector. Linseed Oil; 50 bxs assorted Glass ; 500 lbs Put-
o- December 26, 1846 49-6m ty; 100 assorted Paint Brushes; Black Lead,
Tax Collector's Sale. Spanish Brown, Yellow Ochre, Green Paint, just
T a x o l l e t o r S a l I r e c e iv e d a n d f or s a le b y
D- Y vinue of the power vested in me br law, I March IH.F. ABELL.
shall on the first Monday in July next, expose
w for sale before the Court House door, in the coun- Onl Consignment. 1R
ty of Calhoun, the following described property, 0 BOXES Troy Soap; -
or so much thereof as will pay the State and 8 20 London Club Champaigne; 1,
s. County Taxes due thereon for the year 1846 :- 2.5 boxes Florida Leaf Tobacco;
7000 acres third rate land, purporting to belong For sale by B. S. HAWLEY,
to Jo-hn D. Gray--numbers not known. Dee 5 28 Water street.
ISAAC JACKSON, Sheriff;
and ex-officio Tax Collector, C. C. Clover Seed.
January 2, 1847. 'l-6m FEW pounds of large Red Northern Clover
Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla. ApSeed, for sale by
HIS invaluable and Justly celebrated com Aprl4 H.F. ABEL.
Pound has just been received and for sale by Bagging and Rope.
Dee 26 J. C. ALLEN, Druggist. 7 PCS Bagging ; 30 coils Rope, for sale by
Line. 70 LOCKHART & YOUNG,
C0 CASKS best Thomaston, for sale by Nov. 14 53 Water street. S
500 D. B. WOOD & CO. Bagging and ope.
SDec 12 Columbus Row. -, ^ wc^^ Ro
-C Row. f1k PCS Kentucky Bagging;
aIN^ n 01 -Oil 1 0 100 coils Rope;
W W NTER STRAINED, a very superior ar- 4 bales Bagging Twine, for sale by
11 cejs received a"nd for saeb WM. GPORTER'& CO. P
Nov 28 H. F ABELL, Druggist. Dee 5 41 Water street, sal
Cider., Fine Furt and Silk Hats.
BR. S wit Qh er. landing from briy 1 CASES superior Fur and Silk Hats, which
a 20 R. C. isher. Forsaleby 12 are offered very low, by C
Jan. 23 rNOURSE STQNE & CO. Jan 2 F. KOPMAN. ]


Saninni ti atora t W oTUicr.

N'OTICE.-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 of 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
N Mary Thomas, late of Calhot*.ounty, de-
ceased, are requested to present tFI-esame 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
OTIGE-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, 1816. janI3 .-if


awf Wfl'otcr, ^ ,"

In Chancery--- in ae CIf
Court forJaclwmCo~ r 00;
WESTERN CIRCUiT)
T"1. _-. AT FALL TZ.X, 1846. *.
The Farmer's Bank of +-., ,,.
V irginia, .. .
-V. .. *, *;' *;* '
Thomas M. White, ad- TH r STA,' v ir fa
ministrator of the ea- | A, 1111 : ,,IL
tate of Thomas.Wil- "*" "**+
liam's, deceased. .. ...
IN pursuance of a 'decretat order ofr "Ml
made in the above enrfned cauie, AM
the twenty-first day of Novme, A, D1 4&414
whereby, among other things it wam ordlere,
adjudged and decreed, that the udo' I.
appointed Special Master in CbancM*O r4,1tJWV
cause, and charged with the duty of taksiww
account of such of the intestate's d as al
have been presented to said Adminiatraa bwr i'h:
in the period of two years from the date bf +hie
grant of administration, and to ascertain b hat j4
due to the plaintiff and all other unsatiafied criiad
itor of the intestate who hall have prwnta
'their demands within the- time mentioned, n
that the undersigned cause an advertiem t "t '
be inserted in a newspaper, publisherfig.:*te,
of Apalachicola, in this State, for ffie i6'f
four weeks, calling upon thie creditors o (b =t
intestate to come in and prove their demands be:
fore the bundersigned, on or before: the f dt
ot March, A. D. 1847.
Now, the undersigned hereby gives nb&Rj l'
all such persons as have. presented their C, ia" "
debts and demands, against the said intetate ts '
his administrator within two years from tbtr'
of administration to come in an'd prove belh e
before him at Marianna, Jacksion di06 -, Vrwiz*
da, on or before the first day of March,AD.. tMCA-
FRED'K R. PITT.ALr, 1:,;.
Special Master in Z ,"Caey
Marianna, Jan. 21, 1847. jan3 3-lIa
Cailnoun Circuit Court. : ..
John F. 0. Thomas', ) .
vs. Bill for Divorce. .
Marinda Thomas. )
THE complainant has leave to file sup.qtm -..
tal bill which was done. It appea%*,'eid
the satisfaction of the Co'urt, that the d-fendant
resides out of the Western Circuit of Florida: It
is ordered that said defendant be required to ap3
pear and answer the bill of.tomplaint, on -ftb'
first Monday-in March, 1847, and in the-faul-
thereof, the said bill shall be taken pro coaf -
and that this order be published in somne Awrs;
paper in this State for two months before the
day ordered for th'e aid hearing.
GEO. W. MACRPA, '
Judge of Southern Circuit, :
Presiding in the Westerne Cir-uit.'
(A true copy-Teste.) .....
H. W. ROWLEY, Clerk C. C. C 'C
CalhoUn County, Dec. 21. dec26 49-2m
Calhoun Circit Court. "
IN OPEffi COU.RT--DECENIBER TxEilM 184W.,
In Chancery. "
Elizabeth McBryde,) -
vs, > Bill for Divoce. .. v
William McBryde. 5 .
-T appearing to the satisfaction of the Court
that the defendant William McBryde, resideO "
out of the State of Florida: It is ordered, thatih6-
said defendant be required to appear and amW I
the bill in this case, on the fir~t Monda 1h.44riT;
1847; and in dufaul[ theieof; hN same 'trK.U-
taken pro confesso, and it is further ordered(kat-,
this notice -be published in some newspaper i4,
this State for the space of three montha '
SGEO. W. MACREA,. >
.Judge of Suthei'n Circuit, ,,
Presiding in the Western Cilcuit..
(A True Copy-Teste.)
H W. ROWLEV, Clerk C. C. C. G. 0
Calhoun County, Dec. 21, 1846 decW2f49-31 4
In C2anccnry---Franklin Citraid
.- Court. ,
Mary Farington, by her next r "'
friend Hezekiah R. Wood, -i, "-.
w "11 B I for, Divorc!C. ,
W illiam E. Farrington. J -+ '
[N this cause it appearing to the Court, hgfc'af f
davit of Complainant duly made," that 01iAeL-
rendant William E. Farrington resides-,o, the,.
United States but without the State of Florida:
It ii therefore ordered that publication be
according to law, for three tnonthg id.sof (fl
paper published within this.Circuit, directif4tfyt#
aid defendant to appear at the Spring Tetm of
he Circuit Court, to be holden in the county! o
Franklin, and answer the said Bill or tlhe same'
may be taken as confessed against him., *>"s;
Al,-,, GEO. W. MACREA, Jpdgep !


ty Land Sales.
A1- -N pursuance of legal authority, the subsc
eh .l will offer for sale at public auction, at
ue Court-house of Madison county, between
hours of ten and two o'clock, on the 13th do
on May next, the following tracts of land, to wi
es The S E of section 23, 1
3ll The S W of section 24, In Township Nc
ve The N W of section 25, (Range No 7, S S
irs" The N E 1 of section 26. J
The E I of section 1, Township 1, R 8, S &,I
on The W of section 5, 1-, R 9 c
he On the 18th day of May, at the Court-hous
ed Jefferson county, the following tracts will be
ty feared for sale, viz:
e, The W ofsec13f I
Of The E of sec 14, In Town. 1 S, Range 5
The S otsec31. )
he TheN of section G, Town. 2, Range 5, S 6
r- On the 25th day of May, at the Court-hous
he Gadsden county, the following tracts will be
of fered for sale, viz :
&- ,In Township 3 North, Rang 3 West.
ry Fractional Section 5, All of Section
)n Ali of Section 7, All of "
of S &N W section 8, All of
or All of Section 15, All of "
ad All of 17,
le In Township 2 Noith, Range 4 West.
-) All of Section 17, All of Section
Ad Fractional Section 29,
.h On the 31st day of May, at the Court-hous(
ad Jackson county, the following tracts will be
Id fered for sale, viz:
of In Township 5 North, Range 11 West.
C- All of Section 1, S -andN W 1, an
ts S !andNE ofSec2, W 1 of N Ef ,
e- S E I of Section 3,. Section 21.
1[ N of 4) S W iof Section
/e WL, & W of N Ei S half of "
30 andW-1of SE ,9 S & N W 1, Sec
'e Section G, All of Section
'e All of Section 7, All of ',
d S W-&W-tof S E-1, Al!of "
of Section 8, Allof "
d E1ofSW-,See 9, All.of
d N W -6 of Section 10, All of "
3s NW f,&SEIof'See12, All of
e E otN W Sec 14, All of
y E of Section 15, All of
A lL of 17, All of .'
It All of 18, All of "
il Allot 19, Allot "
r, All of 20,
In In Township 4 North, Range 7 West.
Fractional'Section 14, Fractional Section
1 All of Section 23,
e In Township 3 N,R 9 W: All of Section 18.
At In T 5 N, R 10 West: N and S W ,and E
SE j,See6. All of Section 14.
n These lands, selected for the State many ye
d since and lying in agreeable neighborhoods,
very valuable.
Y TERMS:-,One-fourth cash, and the ot
1 three-fourths in three equal annual instalmer
d with interest from the date of gale, payable
)f nually in advance; the purchaser to give bo
with approved security; or if any purcha
- shall prefer to pay up the whole price in cash
f discount shall be allowed of five per cent on
n credit instalments."
e JOHN BEARD,
Register of Public Lands for the
State of Florida
1 Tallahassee, Feb. 6, 1847. feb'13 5-3m
t
3 State Tax Collector's Sale.
- -TfOTICE is hereby given, that six months
.1 L! ter date, I wilt expose to sale at public o
, cry, opposite the Court House door in the city
I Apalachicola, the following property, to wit :-
Lots Nos. 9 and 12, block F1, in the city
- Apalachicola, property belonging to Calhoun
- B ass.
JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff;
'*and ex-Officio State Tax Collector.
Apalachicola, Sept. 22, 18.46. 37-6m
State asd County Tax Collectoi
Sale.
BY virtue of the power vested in me by la
six months after date I shall expose for s;
before the Court-Hoizes, in the city of Apalac
icola, Franklin County, the following describe
property, belonging to the Apalachicola La
Company, or so much. thereof as will pay t
State and County Taxes due thereon for the ye
1846 :
Wharf Lots Nos 7, 8, 9-100 feet each.
Lots 6 and 7 in Block 17.
Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, in Block 18.
Lots 4, 7, 8, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, in Block E
Lots 0, 7, 13, 14, in Block F2. ,
Lot 3 in Block D12.
Lots 4, 7, 8, in Block 1'.
Lots 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, in Block 4.
Lots 4, 5, 6, 7,'8 in Block 8.
Lots 1 to 10, in Block 19.
Lots 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, in Block 24.
Lots 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, in Block 26.
Lots 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, in Block 45.
Lots 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, in Block 46.
Lots 1 to 10, in Block 54.
Lots 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, in Block 32.
Lots 2 to 10, in Block 34.
Lots 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, in Block 188.
Lots :2 to 19, in Block J1.
Lots l to 20, in Block Ll.
Lots 1, 5, 7, 8, 9 in Block 9.
JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff,
and ex-Officio Tax Colleetor Franklin Co.
Apalachicola, Nov. 21 18,46. 44,-6m
Toboacco.
^"l^ HALF boxes Manufactured ,,W LRoane
/ Brand.
44 half boxes Manufactured-,!W Price" Brant
39 ,, do. ,
28 .... .."W Barlow" ,,
48 22 lb. boxes .. J W Morgan ...
1-2 lb Lumps.
5 box-es Manufaetured ,,J W Mnro-an" Rron




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VOLUl\IE] APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1 I 27, JS47.ADVEllTISIJIl ri'lTTMTIRR- 7

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t0 JLUEnCLUJ[ l ( 1 l I I -litt fitr.4.ci Director ]hofc.3aloLZl 1otiCCrJ.r .jl1 l i crll 1nrourJ. A IIJr.J.I.XTr.! THAT: -'from their : ;
1 I - .In IlUt/Wlt fJ Uif wiitljuiilmtn protected posili'oh without ek->
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i'VIILlEU! Jnr.rTl'IW.Y IHMAMIN! : ELI.I"'I.11,1.1.1' : .\. V1'OW). \> u. SYDi\FAr (GllBEN I 31.I i II blinUT p.'nTEI: IO\ U/lO.'II/WI ////// //?. ruttingovlofthr .HI.rirm' I po.sinthemselves; to the shills! guns. Oar
J. -WYM: AX.W. K. lIitwn iV Co., l n r.v DOW, it:. lo,iti Cuwlor, li( ('.c r. $. h'll'-J-lI11r f 1.lllIIchilIr her gun ((11 IS! I1). carronade.j'
(XJ-- May be found l at his residence, testier ofCentre ('flu!(e, Ctiin. 1)tI'urrlr. and the third cutler were called withtheir
CA1 1MMsiIN 1 ) 11II II C 1 II.\1 N T S The following are ,the Words of( away
G. :11. DAVIS, Editor. aso a :ai.te! ; I\ and' Iliyli streets. posiu( the Manionlouse. A I walked!! I IllY test( This Washington L'IUi' contains a I letter crews armed and equipped. Lieut.
talked
inmy.self
DRY (loons) t; I:1; >c'iuii-s: : iiAimxTAKii: [ Nov s. Myself it :ltllnUlo: nit, lo inywlf Iriiin an officer on board the U. S. slt.op- ( i I. \\;. f Harrison in command ol ihe expedition

3.TK-T, TitiiJ Barrv i ndt/.fird P.niKIin; ,". c-oriiorof TIN \VAUI: :, not i %ix siioi-x. HATS, Beware i.f .llijs-elf take rare of ftij>.-If, of.war Ci/tnir.' Commander In in the launch with midshipman II. N.
].' IV. Puntt. engaged -
'c' ant Cue.tllut stTEilM.S. "'' ., CAPS. CUOCKKI5Y' : ( t 1II1'CII.L'DL1'n.r. A. Chaltil,1, I-or
: nobody+ cares for Ih.fJ .'. i in he blockade mil'the Mexican J.'r.ibJi and acting boatswain Jame; Collins.

21 Water: etreet., \-c. co-omo.tO\'cl.the! Drugstore of 1). Havvley I ; hcareis! -lhat this ii ;a selfish world, on ihe Pacific, giving an account of purls thebombardment The 1 third cutter with lie III. Edward: Iliggirii
(entrance on Clieslnut treet.) Residence at'the finds
Son fiKii>n<)\<*.-Three Dollars per annum Jan 2:; Apalafliifola. Fa. house lately uccntued by Dr. l.alt/.cll. every one. out about as .soon as he : of! ( ,luaymas, and the ciiitini :and tuihipnlanl,1'! I.. Lewi?.With som'e
ceases and
';1 paid' in advance, or !"t; VJ if paid within six I hell A: J.uxvsoii, January, 1 (P,. 2-tfIV. bread and sucking butter.: begins to watch for I out of die f'xical brig Contlor, from unllcrthe i-Mra: small.aim menshoved offal halfpast

1U.... h1.h..r, 01 1 OJ if paid thet'. atll.r. 1 DIPOl iLTHus: MIRCIIAXTS: AND Know it Even the little pigs i artillery au+l musketry of the cncm', on 11. Lying on iheir oars a few \ninute.,
No lI'lb 1 *cnhon taken for a less term llian six COM[ISSJ Jt >\ AC; B NTS, G. !i. Davis, as they loot each other aside, and the 7th of October list. The Mexican; ac- alongs-iile:( they wrre :addressed by Com. tfl

i\ ris-aivl 81 wil! invar'ublv r.e chard for Jan 2:5: J liAiMiuinci., (:For.Gl\ ,ATTORNEY D I COUNSELLOR :AT LAW, .sciamble over one another's backs in get at coui.t of this affair, Pontiua !ffwpiriir.rnt remabssrtting forth
at ;''n.>'lX IH.t'r l will be discounted" ] null! -.---- -- -- l he Mv'iiltrough.; The lame, Chickenb luLliohrclCceltl) represcnled ; the
l Ofll-rs 1.isseivices Id the of
Iii
in
of ihedioinit'ior. public cither of thelllo'c too, that our necessity < sending ihem upon so
ill 4r. ara-3 arc |1'.1IJ. unless at theplwn i:. .B'. jinin I (eels! it most ) : .
cap-jciie: :. : lamentably us he hobbles alotii, driven 1 olf. ha/ardous P qlf'llii"vishinn.; them' is.

\I> :al'I BM,:* ',.-O ics juirolvvelvc t lines FACTOil AND! ((HDIISOIP.'Jl1IWIUT: : n.dl practice regularly in Frnnklin Cal far in hf rear of hilluckand suites hi Il appear fr"l the letter, ('>/<[/,"' .hii\T ,hencny, by iho manner of brintinr

/ir'l Ira 0 uilll h! ."-".rtfO.l al t the rata of One D1tr }- (pCJ-O'Iico: : No. 0; Columbus HuiiJingj; r loiin and Jackson Circuit (:'ourts! -and will, upon time just in he too late for the last crumb; anchored ;a mile fiom the town thall1c on ;Jd of out iJii-biig; fi-o! !lier more exposed position

(tllr thl'' first, J.vl Fifty' CcriN: for every SU .3e- Jan Id -----_ -- -- ---Apalacliirola.-- ,- --- Fa. a special retainer net as Counsel, in any Courtof and when a hungry han darts ainonz tlicm, (October when it was discoveud (that two !how they could h: ndc! the gun-boals. The

ql t'ent insert ioi.PdllVH. I. Uuhm'C.lh 1I & Co., the Middle <.r Wc-terti Circuit. IIc will i 1 1 iNo, he miKt look out for himself or he i is agone Mexican sun-boats, skull she ; in officers and mm in the boats envied by all

.? who! < alverti-se i In' t the year a liberal 1 DE:\LEIIS I IX HARD'.VARE AND! SHIP argue; cj"os in the Couit :>f Appeal- at Tdlain!, c'hie"ell. What do the oiher chickens earth of:were lying in {loot hu1lcPi aboard: (for such was the enthusiasm lhat

cli.] *ol rat will IKiruJ.,; but IverfisiMnenfs i not' C11:1NDL1:11IKON, STEEL, NAILS, sec.; the sessions of which, he will always I be care fur his safety or welfare;, ? Not a dismantled, and (their landed. t\\n.The every mm not selected for the expt'tlitiurippuir.hvf
-.tiftlv. p-riainru, to their own business, as well SPIKES: AND CXSTINGS, >rc-iMit at, unless pn: 'vented by accident.Apalaeliicol.1 gravel In guns
stone. tin I ,!Ii
beasts ol'the field, tho }leic.JHrC WL> ;:| | ) ;;:n t:1), and pull..1IlilCf
t'< all cljar Inil.,t'i'i at alkvrtisirt''nt then.!a.IL r.itiss..<'s,?.\t iu by them, will And JLinuJ'ticlurcrit: Tin, Iron, and Cop- Seplernlur, l> I lG.; __ __ fowls of the air, and the fishes of the sea, Iront of.the town Llsh and \cm'llil. them ip in fly for the bri:. We at once opened

j:'CJ- \!! l,';al alverli-.jnK'iit'i must he paid} fur : Dec lilt ll'irix. 31. I]. Owens, you behold, HI) fiicnds, a ilaik; picture ofselfiishuess I the biig Condor, which was dismantling elute in. a tire from the ship tij:;?>!i the town vviih
i 12 hud..t
'.n a-lva-n'O.* -- -. .Apalachicula- Fa.---- ATTORNF.Y: AT LAW umlluminatcd I by a single ray A Llrge concourse of Cili/l'ns jlHI soldiersassembled round and! shell) lor:, concentrating the fire

t Five D I 'llais will i I hi chargsil for announc- tVi.V.. Slt.. \\'\ W.: CIIEIVIR. C\YTOV, n.)1 UOIII' County, Alabama. of mutual kiii'lncss, or common sympathy iti front of the tOWI to watch the upon; the sjovirtimcnt buildings which fort

t 4'J"1I"llh'' fllr tlm.'t'. $iis A; Cheovor: April 2':), ICU;. Qtf :and mankind presents one tcjiallv; as dark. Cl rJ- \il i.l.'.'rtis." n -it-i from a ilHlam! mast The thistles of selfishness overspread the I Com. Pontu informed, the behind which the! military lay, and) vvhcitt
CON I I S SION I \IEHCIL\NTS 1)1 neutral
b e a' '"'na: i.tii. .I 1 wil.t ]it the t'h., or city reference, OJike No. 21 \VaterMreet.d .. G. SATTORNEY( :)Il111'S, whole social, moral, political 'and religions vessels of lie Llocladt', from whom he t the Ci'Hifur was I tying. Our lire had the

"II'I"lIrt. m' Iticlet.3tifltr d<- : Apalachicola, Fla. AT LAtV.cr3 world ; and, a; for eradicating;; ihcm, 3011wight learned that 500 well disciplined: IrOnpsncrcawaiting fleer to make the (mops wilh'draw a little'

Olci'it.. y Cup!. Simmon's fiitifiling, as well undertake to dig; the 'root of his attack tool that had to find greater security behind the highest)

; i Director". XV. T. Woo.i.Wood: iV nanon I:. I H.; B\l.L\Jt'. ;('or. Centre & Commerce streets.nov. all evil' (the love of money) from the human the American: Consul they to !leave three compelled part of the hill ; we soon saw that our shot

-- .- -- Cnl\l \ll I S-I I O X M i': IJ,C HANTS, -- -- -:-Apalacliie- Fla. heart with the pickaxe of theoretical: piety. days previous. and shells were doing fearful execution by

LfI !,hu.trona: :'. Ofiiee No.12 Wat-r >treet.-Up Et.iirs J. I.:\v, My friends-years ago-after wandering On the Glh. Commander Du Ponte senta ihe holes in the walls of the houses. A.1

C'MM1SStUN 1 I ail: 1'tK11'.LIiI)1NG .1.tn Itf _. :AMluctiicola| Fa. ATTORNEY AT LAW about the world and inspecting its complicated Hag of truce ashore, demanding the delivery the enemy did open upon our boats immediately
JIEItCU.IN'I'S I I ( --- ----- -- : machinery-often foolishly, putting of tho iwo ; our fire was slackened for fear thaiour
'
gun-boais. The Mexican
X J. i;:; tV.d. t-trrch! I wuvtl (; :y1AUCT.ONLER Ihiiibrid e, (Decatur Co.) Ga. faith in professed friendship-;and, often ommandant: was given three hours shell might burst before reaching the
n' vJl I .\uL"'hi"uLI, 1'i.. CGi- X\rill attend punctuallv the. Supl'riorClllrlsor to answer -
t having discovered the shore and do
main-spring; of all when he refused injury to our own people. _
: .\'.% W\ ,.11, W.M. .\. MCVIN.IK.Vylic the coiinlirs of 1 Eailv: Haker and Decatuieof human acions-I: 1 sat down the lemand to comply with lit "XX'hen our boats boarded the Condor the
-- --- (laic Nu.o'aler Mrcct the: Smith XVe tern, :and (.f the county of Thomas upon stump I .a. lot (comporting with their mi- *

\ .V Jlc!{.'n yC if!, Jan Hi; ______. ___ _Apiluchieola_ Fa. of Ihe Siiutliern Cucuit. roar:;: of consideration, and I talked to myself; itary or national character. [Ile was then enemy, with three ch'eers opened upoto th'eiA
myself! talked lo me, and we both talked old! that if the did with: vulleyul'notsketry I and.n IB-pounder, ,
military
-
'Q'iiomus -- not the
0 M :: 1SSIO M E R C IIA X T S l''c"Son f evacuate
X'). 1 12 Water street, COMMISSION 1iEiiC11.1N'I'.1NI'I'UIIACCO: Jolui Uilbo! etlll'r.Vc come to the conclusion, own, and( the boats \ef not given up by cIlrgedih: grape and' round shot, ftttU aculvcrme

S.-pt. I 1. l .-l't.; \UIIclil'II1t. IX"I'I'CTOID? : ImOKEI\ ATTORNEY AT LA XV that, as the devil was after everybody everybody to o'clock the next day, the town would be situated within musket range of

U7 Ni.js, \\olltr t.-OllicisifoiiJ luck room.Df AMJVNY, GA.WILL must look after hit seht: So I buttoned tired] on, and the boats t.kcn; by force. them Our fire from the ship was at oncdfiercelyresumed

naUfUi'rcno !!.. .'-''; .. A:\al.irliicol.i, Fa.1'OtVA11fiN practice ill the several Court of the I up mil) coat: took out my jact! -Luie, and On the morning; mil'the 7th, the Cy X AND CO XI MISSION XIKISCHA
: -- --- ---- -\\'et tlrn Circuit, aid Thomas, : and: cut mo a stick of independence] and trudged hauled to within 1100 it prevented lie l'nt'ruy from approaching the
up
m': cluJ. VINI; Jmboftll town
AND
.11. :21. UnU. !\ confining them behind the hi 1
ring a fig nobody, since htin.liS near as she could! I at high A-t
llfKAV: ... ALA.g 1 get, tide
v, I (; .\ X!0 COM :M I S S I O X.AIK11CIMXT
tf the whole,
5,1'1.1. .11
(::j- Cotton bj'i;lit on order. -Au4. -, eared a Pumpkin-seed fur lIIe.That and; soon after a reply! to ( orn. I)111'unte's space was swept by our shot and
--- -- -- -- -
-- -- --- --- is brethern.! Il shell Their fire was also returned
friendship warmly
Refers to c' i my is a bee : : was received being
-1)t COHlt.icatiol a
___ _. 1PI tar111CIIIa', Fa. I INSPECTOR.=The indentni-d, ; per-
Launch's
that sucks by our and the small armedmen
B. F. II..L1.EV, > LriMUER only when there is !honey to begot emptoiy refusal lo comply with Iris terms, gun

J. (,. DlTNLVP, ) Nty QrJ eJ.II;. ,S. ITf. :; ficJif fI', 'or' the County nf ap-ir.ted Franklin| Inspector oilerhis: of.service-Luiiiber to and carries the treasure: to its own hive; accompanied will defiance:: and gasconade.:; drawn tip on the deck olthebtig. Her
MoK.N-/.ie ) CALKK IN CLonnxt;, jjoors SHOIS shadow cable, (hough of iron, with
1lectfrs.1VVLiI x the was soou cut alt
when
> upon dial-present Ponte then
Hut Commander wailed
.1,91achiu 1 >la 1 111"I) the public ill ra.Iritv.utdvell; ; attend lo all 1 was
'
J-. S.,--Uur.nuxsov- ---- ) N.). 1 CUUIU.! : S, J'.lork&r. duties appertaining; tos.nd appointment. shines I he: sun orl'ro, {perity.aIllJ absent when I on by four persons, representing themselves!! ,JIM*, and I our men were heaviD chcerily upo'DIhe

S. A J. S chi) tier.UUICS I Dec 12 CORNELIUS GRADY.March2 lower ihe clouds of adversity ; a useless dog ] a is neutral merchant, w ho. requested that hawser running to ihe kege anchor

\; .\ 1.1':: AXU ill-; TAIL tUOCEII. -.- --- -.Aalatr.ic..b-| Fa. !, ?, 1M5.I always! about'+wlien not needed, hut out of Hostilities( might not be commenced for which! ihry had dropped as they apyrochet!

-- /':r'Itoltti!: : .;rai'lu: uiJ to outtinq Ui) f.1I1II1), Charl) ; %h;ers John IIJIIII. EU 'ene XV. R':perd.i'is ; ; : 1 Pi.CTI\-la\'ill. been whistling! distance: when wauled the most. three days, to allow them to remove their the brig, with gull'she goes, and off shttmust
1)1: 111I111 .1 d ..Ili "uIrs. i ap- "
LUMUF.Il Iu short go.
No. Vi: \r.lkr ;irl'I.t E'llac.: BO & Co., prrtt'r of LuinLer! fir the: County as my friend Goldsmith; says, Feels.( 'l'iicystated that not a woman or ihe

XIII I t .\;Uchicol.i, Fli.II. C 0 M .XI1S.S I 0)1 11 elL\ X T S, of Fr nklin, Cue undersigned i offers his service* ftiend.llip| i is but a name ; a charm that lulls child remained in the place that 500 len In meantime tlreeuehty'sfi'recca) m'

Water =t iet-t, (10 I the public iu tit,II capacity and I will alll'IIlII" one into a dan;t-ious sleep ; a shade, that WC under arms; and that to defer hostilities so hot that licut. Harrison ordered the brig

. !'. _\lat H I, l-'C I 1-2 .. .\p.ILlchieoh.| Fa all tlullc'.tpP'rLliiu| :, ; lu said appoiutllH"llt.April follows We.ilih, and Fame, and leaves !poor would not enable the Mexicans to throw to be tilted, fearing the boats might be disa
. tt'.tILt \.L': AVD llC TAIL, -- --- ---- -- I is, I is t';. JiENJ.: LUCAS 11r1. ;le-tail Poverty to get out of the mud up bat ueiICs nr tocriv rQi..r. ...- bled. This work was done m"lj.r.l....""*

. I:: VM-I 1 iv .n: ;T ;<. UJCI\KS; : PAINTS, D. iii:. \V/oo A: Co.. u-- .- .._ .- .-,__--- _. - _. __ _. _-_, :;nd ir.r: <> the best way she can. which I turned I out to be untrue, as .the next ot baits, aa they ware receiving the fire til at

. 'JI... 'ILV. s, &:., xr. COM :M I : ION AND 1.'OItW AUDI NGMIWH Tlios. JC. Ciray, IIH'idu.,1hew.! of yourself--take lay 300 armed Indians, mounted arrived', !least Suit muskets. When' she was warpedup
! :A.:- >- V ,.-,".*ril a-.+ utul t ,-it ol' Statinety. : : .XNTS, MKIIC: II ANT TAILOR of You lo the kedge she was taken in tow by
: care youtself! know what human being the advance of a body of 700 to arrive -
a 0 'I'. .il l'Kstn: and Wat.T struts No. 7 Col'ii.i'iiH' I rile boats it at this that tmj
limy, ClI'io.II11 .-( itrjt ilnor / Fniiicin h'upiuiin's.LD iaiuif is : immutable mountain, un.ilrralde Commander Du ; was moment t
as a : on a subsequent day
{ ,\inlil I I .\ 1.\\\ ,-'hi"ol.t, Fa.II. N.tV. '>". IMti.; Apd..hif.I.I.! I'll. had exultation the
: some ,
| l re%pf>elfilly: is.ff.rn: tie Hli/.ens ofApal.irliCoh ;as a ieJirir| and unchangeable; ; as a Ponte refused the requcof the four men. enemy seeing
1
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Sa !>. l>;ir.I-H, !I1.-. F N'.jur-e, II. 1 II; St .just! r.reivid 1 iad dollar bill. Therefore( belong to nosociety : is he 'suspeeied; they were colleagued with boats pulling away from the brig, and not

) N '. -2 C ,iambus !!iuiKiurs) 5i'narNt., S iioJ e A- Ca. (Crow New York a IIr4e and ,splwiidid a,soiiuieiitofC'l'.t'.s t established( (for mutual I assistance.Such : .- .he "Mexican. He nave them, l hour, observing ih'j hawser which was slack, they '
'!; C..IIJ1l'fI': and \{.-ling, vin-urj: oiilii (I thought the boats were beaten off! but they
0V 0a i '. 1"1-| .\:1,11.:1..1.1.: Fa. C O il 11 1 S S 1 lOX J11RCIIAN'I'S i: (1ll.llity| (-v chi''pni1---1, ('nttisrirgIit i 'cvely .shade! societies are for the benefit of a few, however, but nn SWineI !had they .returnedo : ofJn-saw the hawser tighten and the brig
jot for' the bee the shore than both the
mass. They drop a ;
were
I Xo. 10 W.i'ct; siif-cf! and'aril'ty, \\ 1.11: he i rs1 rcpired to miler lip in i may !gun-boats follow the boats. The first then
;. ": 11.1 .ai.a Slitc.', J'IMU, ; lu'ie, and there, into the lap of the (Uncovered! with the [ living and! cutter was
AIJ1.ichil'.a! Fla.! I lip neale-l mitt IPOI.iuonaUlu t s\lc| -it the exio'I
Dec 1 T2 ; ;
r t'.4\1'i'\!! i Ai: ;: Rctl.\N'1', ; ___, : sent, in charge: of ac'ing master J. F. SienTllK -
-'U r'ht'aue-t pus-'ible! r.tts. Thaiikfiil: the liberal I leally deceiving ; but, in the abstract, (they on fire, much 10 the regret 01 our men.-
111 \ i I IJ Ar tlr ;!-*- -!Tj i' stair-, .',. IJ. fc .8. u.: null, all son to assist in towing the brig. .
1 favors lioretol'jre bf-tovv.-il/ iijion him, he hopes ire liddlc-stic's.' They are calculated: I The writer thii details what occurred as
n. I. ''Ii. \.I..hil.lllt. 1'1t. She of
the
of
11II -_ --- -- FACTORS & CUDIISSIOIEnCIIArTS, by faithful allent o.1 to his !1I1iIlCS, to merit a 10 encourage la/.iness and engender' mreesnc&s. follows : was soon out range enemy'smusLetry

IId f... lOa' tl.t F:. UIa", No. ,1 I' XX'Ji.r: siicct, continuance if thc-ir pilioua! ; :,. ] 'They act as an opiate: lo ambi- .\\Tcl once fired! two Pai :hans at liem. the fire was fir ignited she was
F\rji! !f: MISSION ,Ai1l1.'Cl1ic"l.u\ 21 I IMC.J. till i toned! to leeward of us, and the boats cast
\ 'CI U toi ( ]) 'cli :\1'\I.AClfItor.-, FA It. an.I a paiah/.erto the arm of industry', which dispersed, those th.terc firing off.Vc ceased attofc .
_. --- --- ----- --- our firing our officers
\1 E 'to: u VN r
a -- ---- Tile friendship of such societies is -a charm boats. Ir was SIOi evident that they were
N JJ C.i1raTI-: m.uk. fu'zwa't' Uoinws, Sttiv ii>on A; Co. 11111H'r joyously received-not a man wa*
a that hires lo sleep. ijclieve in no Fooler- thoroughly fired and we considered so much
I D : 'j.; I "II I J. .\.J d1.-Il.Ila,1'a-- l CO11\11S S 1 O X \IEi\CIL\\T\ .Al .I.j l If'J (/'". tint! .\.. 2 C/'a/utsic. ite doctiin: of Socialism. It i is all I veiy of our work as done-woik, too, which we injured, which seemed miraculous! e
---
53 \.I.t1': 1)IF.. (Ill tius Pa ,'ri'. iiUn4's .\1'1- ii'ivv oie> 11114 their Fall!! stuck: 1'1'! Staple' I pretty to drea.n about t, Mr. and \11''. FerIMMI thought hazardous, as tIt gun-boats Wt rcI.IIII'llul iius i side: and masts were full of shot anal

/' ./1'itf lie Dry GooiN, UouN, Shoes, Ilat, &c-, which (tin voliei ; but you can't Makcthesystct11 woik, :iind the was lined with one of our launch's oars was broken by a
llrt):!w c 1..' lfC, SUN MUTUAL I INSU'lXCK! COMPANY, r for S'ICow/ for cash 1'1' city acceptance.! till men ale furnished with new and ditlor- l walls shore that grape; shot, the only injury done us. }t

X II! ';'IN: ; x C'1tl.sli''1UN MKilCilANTS, aj i'-tt- (;'i/t/ t>r\VrnYu>'!;, .\;.;.ild"hic I >l.t, Ocf 21 I bllj.+; ant gave protection seems quite as stragc as fabulous to me, aa
Walor cot hearts--hl1t1anlJalul'e: ; turned inside out hi their nlld besides, witiiin: :fifty
N.,. l\i\ \doter Stroc-t, KIt..jl at"feel I, eye witness, when written, as it must toy.u.
. Ir'c l-i Ajialacliiciila.! Fa. Hools atid Shoes. -: the lo\c of lucre, ami desire to emulate yards of I I them, wo could see that they Lady
N ix \In\whirnh; l !F... that two bolas, with about fifty men should
and Men's Iu..sl't and
eradicated from entrenchments
Uayaiis excel
; ; are : ever prepared to cover ,
P ---------u.Tt. '1'.Iy1or- ,- -T-- C. .\. USMX. C. 1 II.! CONNKHY. BOY'S. s.'\\\1 :and: t! pe,'d Kip llrugans: ; bosom : which can; never be-and, therefore and also had two guns lalel from the tCI boats, be exposed to so great a fire from twenty la

:II CHI MmM I 4) \ \NO I FOR !WARDINGM (Iet en S Catucry, Gent fine Calf Iroga': 1:$ ; let Heaven be plastered! wiili praises The and several pieces of field oJla:lce. \\rc thirty minutes, without sustaining i_jaryfjui
CUlIJ11StiION 1 I IiLhfl.l\I: IS XX'm's peji'J, and scvv'il Shoes; Children's do. tic such is the whole tiutli. I Lcliuc IUD
fKCU I VNT world made to 1 fell! had talc
was ; pl"Orepr"pcl'and they yielded to our ability to
XVater
No. ?j, street. S'iper idles' I Kid fliJ tlnroceoShu.s ; which may search naval records in vain for a ',ellerpl.IIIl'd
NJ21 Wdt.rstreet .APAI.\CIIICOI.A F*. Ladies' the Almighty never intended our first parents 1111. \ was actually striking; to seven
SIIJ>IT : co.tr;e and fine CJtf! HouN.A ; or more completely executed ex
, !" I' .' 'lv Anal tfiiifnlj. cirilll .Mulmd Insurance Co. of X< ic jog/'. I lar;e and extensiveis; -oilm >lIt t, just ivccivedand and their c.hildien to be pent up in a ty-live men, (the most we could have: landed pedition. Its entire without 'toss
success
y.dI. 1".d.'liu: :titi, I CHAS. A. (1111; : ';1\, A'scnt.COMMISSION for;ale by \\. I'ORTi'.R! : tV CO. little garden patch, with nothing to do but ,) and with these they could have come is (he highest evidence of its just conception,

J f'Ci iIIl'r::'; .tr./'t. Dee : it Viaterelrr. (,t. lounge, sleep and stay their stomachs: with; to a baud-amidcuutiitt in two feet w.itcr. -
'V'('M.:' \I.': \"1) RHTAlt. 1I : \I.n: IV .- .- - --- and its gallenr execution. The spirit that
1J:n' (iJJlJIJ: ) ) IS. SJIOKS' /: HATS;, AN3) D ( n-a4'ii JJc"Ur, rut, > ;tis! Arc. the .spontaneous productions of the earth Our ship's company was very much lighted the fires at Triboli is still alive in
I'eI \Vcre it how much higher reduced in number all of matiuc guard
so position our
C.1)Tf11Nt[ ;. &c. .
) TONS til de Iron, jsoilt'd, Jizesj the o.I! is not buried but
MiifOII\N"r: : \ 'I DEALERIN ; our navy ; spirit
.. )0 should in the scale of with their Lieutenant been left to
I\'tl 1'h Fla. we now being having
f.h..In"Ilrt'I.I.tall'hlf'.ta.
al.iLe
| k' [N.uls occupy
KJ'J
i HitIUIJ:+ : AND CROCEILIES; : ] js; do. raised It must be recollected that this
'Ul 11. It \\ tJou. No- j', XVaterstieit.! .1 I cnsks XVeedinl\ > ,'->+, aborted ; than the brute creation ? Not two inches.No ca..i.un: tit,. town Los An;elos, Upper Ca culling up.out was made at mid-day and previous
20 I51ack mith Sieei it ij intended that we should advance, liforuil.'c: had officered and manned: time
111I- 11'ritIlt (i(. n'r.j .\IMl.l'llicola| > Fa.oE.1LlKS < Faced Anvils; notice given. The truth is the
.'\\jITIO\; ": I- AND ro.MMis.sioxME --- -. -- '- 2iJ English and Anieiican Vises ; spread expatiate ; and so the Clod of Nature priz-, clwoner Julia, with one Lieutenant, enemy
ie'rJto IIC II AN TS Win. 4_. I'orlor iV (0. JO' ]h.lI0\\'.; has implanted in each individual ambitious! Midshipman atid twelve men, which! did not open their fire upon our boats until

rJtoOIl' NJ. -J Coi'iu'juIlJildin: -*, : IN cnnn.S; ANMi COMMISSIONMEilf'HANTS. ; 12 1 doxen Spade and Shovels; desires, a love of sclf.a ;ranlizcmcnt, and with our sick list, left our effective force they boarded the brig, when with three

e, nt: 11. .\\ualerhir41.1 I 10 Collin Axes; all ardent desire to raise in some way, greatly reduced. leers they opened upon them, believing
No. I 11 Water Street. I 10 bvs (%uttln an.1 XX'oole'i Caiily had rveiy man -bagged" I h.1Va in reachof
;. A. :JV. Jlciiay, ; superior to his fellow mortals around him ; Com. DnPunt; [ in answer to the Spanish
' DI' 5 Ap.ilaohirol.i, Fi. 1 case Jo\1.1fId's Cast Steel Mill Saws their shot. There can be no doubt they
4d ;
.COMMISSION 1 MIItclt.1N-r and all he wants is, plenty! of elbow room, a Consul, replied that he would not open his
10UU: lbs Clot and Get: felt
; man Steel, for sale by that they had them trapped, fiom their
N' i. .I\Vaterstreet(, .floliu S. IStilcIiiiison, XVM. G. PORTER & CO. dear track, and no favor from your dull I fire agiiin; unless some oJTcr.sivc act was
exultation. Never did of behave
Of'tJ. S";>t 21.I isle 1'*._\iJ.tbrliiiola; Florid} AUCTIONEER I : AND COMMISSIONMERCHANT Dt-c. I -11 XVater sU i eft.OFFAT'S plodding philosophers who, because they committed: by the inhabitants who were at better than ours diJ. a set meu

. I -- can't themselves insist ail I their avocations that
keep up upon liberty to return to ;
i' T. II. .V.tslia cV (:o., .". LIFE: PILLS AND PIKKNIXHITTERS !(
No. XVati-r strctl.Solicits
M taking hold of hands and jugging ou lo* he had 1 accomplished all he desired and convinced -
.eJ' CUMIIISSION J )II B II C II A NTS, palro'ia APAHCIIICOLA, Fa. just icccivtJ and for sale by Mu. SOVKUKIG.NS.
Nov gethi'r.Jy the Mexicans that his previous forbearance K.Y'IIJ THE : -
21 J. C. ALLEN".
No. 43r.iter Street ---- -- -- -- - --
',i F.I. Jas. 1'. r 1I..i.I', -- ? young friends-T wish to impicss il arose from a desire to protect the At a recent tout;,>cr.incc meeting In Columbia

421- -.- _"\lHlaelti. I a,_! GENERAL ( FtUJXVARWXG Dry oods. minds thai others don't care so properly of neutrals.
-- ---- RECEIA'IXC. k upon your S. C., the following story was related
Cooke A. Home, COMMISSION1 MERCHANT; DRILLINGS, Ticking, Cotton Osnabunjs, much fur you as you may imagine. They, A captain of a neutral vessel, who was onshore the
l COMMISSION MBIlCIIANTd, No. 30 \\'titer etn'et. '?, Jeans, Flannels, tI! at I- no doubt, would like 1see you do well i in dining the bombardment, repoits tlr.it by one of Speakers :

No. U3t., Charles : (( Dec) "i Ajulaeliicola: .! Fla.r. kets, TweedShirting) Sheetings, Checks, the world ; bill they are not going five miles the enemy had I expressed themselves confidently A Herman had made a fortune in Philadclphki -
-- ---
) \e\\-Orlt" w.AUCTIONEER (:uficu Gingham Calicoes, Di-l.ines Hosiery, &.c &.c.' out of the way to do you a good, tirn. Suit that they could) beat off any force b'j+ selling milk. lie started home
r
lob S. C'K& A.MOS lloitV.AXDKEW [ AND For ale by D. ELLISON & co. you wish lo attain the summit of .hollor.wealth. that might aUempt to cut out the Condor with two bags of sovereigns. On shipboard
COMMISSIONMERCHANT.
Jan 2:1: 2::
Lift f-hS. rater tre't. and distinction yon must spit upon and that our fire had been must destructive! he counted one bag of his treasure. A mischievous

tcPIf J.-C. lieii, Sitlirilti a /iarc of Public Patrollage. I ATS and Caps by l lhec.ise low! (for cash by your hands; stick in your toe-nails and lo the buildings. ; that our Paixhan shells monkey wa watching his opera

\Vhulf'; ,le and! l: rtdil 1)":der in Oct 21 Al'ALVCIUCOLA, FA. R. ELLISON'--& CO. climb away, without wailing for somebody) had exploded in the inside of a house and! lioll:. As soon as it was; replaced and tied

.' niiu ;s, tl:tJlC'1.' I... PAINTS, OILS I.ulie fine hid and \ralliiJ--- ., to give you a boost. You can accomplisha tinned it ins'rle out, and that so great wasthe up and I the other bag emptied, Jacto

:1' G L.H1; lI E5. ,\.c., \c. I. 1COMMISSION>. Bltbec; Shoes.I' h great deal, if you have only a mind( to try; force of a ;u'21b. shot that one had gone snatched up the full one, and was soon on

*. .f ,nt-ral also n(,,oiitnrnltif AND FORXVARDINGMERCHANT h 1>RS- Ladies'! line Kid Slippers; amid the best way to make you try is, to convince through 'five house walls, and buried itselfin t the mast head) tie ol'cnetllhe German's

>1t1A tixr { ) )IW. HI, VNivS STAT10NiilV, &,"., &c. I I I J 1 ISO pl';. XValkin'n: Shoes ; you of the fact, that you can never (he sixth ; and that six persons were bag, and after eyeing ihe pretty gold, ho

car of Cliesaut! & Coinnnrchtre't. No. 7, Columbus mock, 100 colored and black Slippers. fallen upon ihe friendship of a hollow and wounded As far as he could ascertain proceeded to drop one piece upon| the deck

r> -.J"I 4 Apsl4CLienl._| ., Fid.K. Sept. J Ifl, ISl'J. Apalachicola, Fa. For sale very" low, by deceitful world ; which is so freely bestowed none were killed. It was reported subsequently and another in the water until he had fin

S. II ;\vloy, -----Starr--- tV Co., Jan U' I.'. KOPMAN, because it costs nothing and i is worth thai several of the enemy were kit- The Dutchman threw up[ his hands

; F.CrOR1 COMMISSION MERCHANT, AUCTION A. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, : nothin" to nobody. As soon might you led. The Cutinc left the harbor on the Dili, exclaiming, He must be the Duyvil, for
1 Manufacturer's
?
prices by _
No. \V'.sterldrl"t't, AND GENERAL I AGENTS, SUC.JPANS B. ELLISON( & CU., think of getting a corporation by inhalingthe without molestation.} that which came from the water he does

t1Pr -Dee 5 Apalachicola,, Fa. El1.'Al1L.ALA. Jan 2-1 21 X\rater street. steam from a diuner-pol, or going to \Ve now set manfully at our remaining i give to the water and that which come from

KKITEKCNCk.8 : -- ----- - ..-- bed and dreaming of doing homage to the work which was to cut out the only Mexican the milk, he gives tome.'"
inlbd.dt _. Avery cV Jones, ;MUII1', l lI.\ \ At XVvi.ii, Oil Cloths and Carpets.
of beef-steak. I vessel in the harbor, (the neutral --
G IOCEIIS; beauty: a say unto you, my lying -
. No.COMMISSIONMlillCIIANTS 43 Watt-rt-lrect. JO"I II.BI.\t""n It. & Co. }1 XcYork.. JLO PCS Oil Cloth, I and 2 yards wide; friends, make an eflort to take care of yourselves I vessels had hauled o'if, as they were direct A PALPABLE HIT.-Mr. R. of the Chan
1 L. 1 i'. SK: I.: \.N &. Co. :U I pea Ingrain Carpeting
super ;
!' -Dee--5.-_A'ltlacliirola. Fa.JSKEMUII JOHN Nouiu.v, jr. j J 3 I1 Cotton individually and you'll probably do ; ed.) This was the brig Condor anchored eery bar asked an 31.1*. ballet know by his

. UAV. UAMEL J. DAY. JOHN FnAfir.ii x Co., Clurleston. 2 Stair it ; but should sickness come upon you unawares within pistol-shot( of the town and within desultory and dull speeches thau by his wit ,

J. Day cV Co. C. C. LAiMitoiCo New Orleans, For sale |hy WAI. G. PORTER CO. and hung on like a bull-dog;-should short musket range of the troops concentrated or argument if he intended to come intoParliament '
,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS XVAIIHKN CROMVVHM.. ) Columbus I G Dec 5 .n XVater street.1Q you sink deeper and deeper in the mire of behind the !hill I have before men at the next session. 'Vh,,"' "
.-\. K. AYKR. ) -------- -' ---- misfortune at every effort to extricate yourselves tioned. She evidently was not burnt replied the Dullard "Ilu not know that 1- .

t Dec. No. :\Vater street, K. J. HAUUI.V, Apalacliicola.WISTAU'S Fine: Boots Gent's fine andCASES Calf lll'o-aus.Boots -while patience is perishing and hopeis when the gun-boats were on account of }her have calibre enough for the House of Com'*"*

Apalachicola, Fa. 1' ; then call Charity fur a being more completely covered by their mons." "Calibre said nothi1,.t
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(a3 Also, Atentsforthe"fltnalncurariepCo.' / and Swayno's ]ItaNam} of Wild 300 prs Uro;ars. dying- upon penny I know
the For and! me for advice and verily combined, forces, lying in a cove so far behind inn of cniibre but hare or '
rrotcction Insurance Co." and the "lIart. just received and for sale by sale at low prices, by upon ; you your you ,
ford< Insurance C9," Hartford Cotta Nov 2s J. C. ALLEN. Jan 9 I'. KOIr..:. shall be attended to. So mote it be this hill that they could fire unon: her enough (for any thing."

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L. -_ r orable Senator's friend in the Lower Housecan they wished lo aim a falal l,!tlii'
LATEIl FROM THE lilaporlant \ cal this; order: and permit the colonel: to lead treaty. For proof of these averments, Mr. s.Iavtt
beat
O11E1t!] IlL\ ltDVnRTISER. of mu>t Texas ; and in order I lo doff foJ'
him of the modus
lateUigencr-'Morcm rh of the ..1rmy his regiment.Fiom Calhoun referred to evidence on file in the inform operandi must obtain the ascendancy in Tt'xas. J riCo

; -Capita c tf n ]cta :IIlfd at' Twoy [ the! N. O. Piciyune of tie lth Inst ] =-- ---.- --_----_ Slat Department. the machine alluded) ) to, and the sensations information will net say official: -but Irt" I

I' nndtr Jfjjuri fitnlutd and Gains and : FUOM YKUA CUUZ. APAIoACHICOLA SATURDAY FEB. 27, 1847. If these he true, then Mr. Polk experienced by its application.MR. ; quatter In which Ih"recoulcll be no mi"(..'
Caxsiiu M- Clay, near Saltillo-Furthtr L.\TEl ___ allegations interview i had Ih
Capt. = -. : _:=---- A an taken place between Lord !
Particulars the Fate of LSetit. Ritchie Santa Operations.'JI-not\itmbir.Jsa illat.,1-1 t GamMing& of 03Tn? following gentlemen are authorized stands convicted of gross ignorance in not CALHOUN AND )llL TUn E\. erdeen and a deputdtirn of the W orl '* (\>nr h.f
Important Despatches Captllrf'Ilflmlrrof .7/VMV-Pioposed, Movement to 7'ula-Ge Agents for the CoMMnFciAi. ADVEUTisnuand will foreseeing the consequences of lieneralrra"lor's :Mr. Turney who holds his seat in the fion. I was I hen at home in South Carolina a-
fie Ohin
Miller I'olunteer
Lieut. of I
La I 1'cya in Command at lrcra Cm:-lie- receive and receipt subscriptions, or advertisements -. advlI1ce-or he directed it with of combination betweenthe immctlidtely f!transmitted to the Stcrtlary cf Si I:t
the Trial Col. :
Result (!f of Hartley, 'c. Sfc.Hy af l Senate by means a that( ir.fyrmalion, accompanied hy the -
tWIg
the nrrival 1 yesterday!: afternoon of the ll/rrt'of uf t. e GarlOI-Pl of El Slzl1e- I. :- Rntldins ofIlanovrrand the hope and expectation that it would lead Whigs and a wing of the Democracy, that it demanded instant attention. sur] bi.'I)1fJtr,
C117'c JJ'OPt"/ /-Bt : Jonrn F. MASON, Post ?, corner
schooner Sea; Capt. Flanders, we have ] of .1It'lcl -ISsoluIJ f tie IJcaverMrpets New Yoik.Divin to War, conquest, .and the annexation o. had the bad taste, for one so situated, lo that letter and? my communication fumed ori c
dales front Brazos % to the Gth from ) New Orleans. the reasons for the movement then made :1lb
Santiago Ministry, .c. BRAVO, Kq. California and New Mexico-hoping that Mr. Calhoun with playing fast and I for .
Mntamoros lo 5th. and from Catnarco \VM.V.. CIIEEVER, Fq.A1bny; Ga. charge !nexalion.Vhat was then the cond.OI|
: from
the anival of the bat lk St. Marys, fIl
lie By Ala. the end! would the means-that alii Texas? She weak and
Major ..' : HAIIDJMS.: l.ulaula. sanctify loose with the Whigs and Democrats. was the so "I'lhfn
up to the 1st It will be) seen, by the Havana, we are placed in possession of the =' ,_ __ H'e ___- _, _-_ _ ,-_-- _-___-- of the \Var would that Mi-xico would recrg'iise her ,
into the l.dt.'Il'r.cItll't'f
letters of our correspondents, that a parly advices by lie Biitish steamer from Mexico. \\ would call the attention of Planters; inquiry cause From a man who was elected by means o she would! agree to aLohsh slavery.: The timl

of our troops have: been captured near Sal- The rumor of the Ilssailatiol; of Santa be deterred by the threatening accusation a combination of the Whigs with a minority had CI me, and tl.e cUII .tluf"lC'e had to be '

ImO, ant that Majors Borland and Gaines; Anna turns out to lie unfounded ; so also of in the interior I lo the adveitiseinent of Mastodon of giving aid and comfort to the enemy," of his such a charge tame with bad; I accepted the office with all_ these difljcultifjC mrt

nnd Ca sins .'I. have been taken Cotton Seed by A. N. McK.\v Esq., party fure I said this ,mc.f.
Capt. Clay his active opposition) to I the seizure of chuichpropeity. or lorgotten amidst the shouts of triumph me. : ( is tur.aceeitat.eto1! ,
combination .
prisoners. I will also be seen that mur- At la; for viciuiies: won, and rejoicing over terri- his political orthodoxy-but fiorn the mani.cr in which I have been
ders and
outrages are constantly: being eom- San Luis Potosi. Yea Crux papers cube We have examined t the sample of cot Itt tu suspicion upon 'ici confirmed. I will nIr.uI0td 1'
inlllctl on the roads by the Mexicans. As 18lh uh. announce! I hat leti ers I Irom San tory acquired. it was exceedingly unwise and imprudent in a cxpcrier.ce crrat t difF.11 I_
icfeicil to, and without wishing t to ditpar.ige; ly, and may come ont with much! less
4 our letters contain all; the mire important Luis speak: of his immediate departure for I We (trust we shall hear no more chargesof a man of Lilliputian intellect, lo stand ibrlh than I co in. };lIt I ur.dcrtock: It, rf'lltllal! .
part of ihe intelligence, we hasten lo lay Tula. Letters from the city of Mexico :Ire some very tJl'autifulluls of the same di- cri|'- made the who undertake am \\ 'h I
treason against Whigs, as I the Champion of the ,t'l uitililSi tat ion andprovoke a (Ihnsi: ( do.it directly. I "ullt Jthe
them before our readers; : to the same effect I, :101 lepieacnt I that: he tion of cotton, jrowu on our own liver, ihis true Kn.in.d, that this o
the conduct of Mr. Polk in n.ovtn.rr.t.
arraign makingWar the Giant of Fiee Trade and) Southern lI.tm.IhellII
CAMP ox Uio l1tI: : Ivar Pdltho., ) would the head of t the main: that i brin Te.xat nnd
TiE move at body season, must say it surpasses :anyt lung : r tl.econtn, o f tJ.giiKf
,t .m.llry :J'ti! 1SI"1 $ of his foices. Lelters on which: we rely whilst I they yield) the War, ,as made, Chivalry lo a keen encounter of I tobholi?!" slavery there, and Ihrr uh th.i, "L'uiu
have
the kind I
} Everything here a sudden jnove- of we ever seem.
hClu1cu. confidently say that his whole sit engthi duCs I their hearty suppuit-now I that a friend of wits." Don Quixote charging the windmills I lion throughout I the country. A t Irl'.atyai lrm.

nent of the troops. Seventy days rations exceed 23.000!: ( () of all!I :lIIX the Demociatic hose ed!, anti i-hared? u the late that might hiie :
not men 4rm ]15KCENT E.EXTL\ < TOX. Party-one interestit sensible in comparisonto il.We almost
iave been issued, and Crlcl. given to be in was a move been e\pccte l Ircm the' weakness t
Vendiness at a moment's ;warning. Within arc represented to he in a deplorable! : situation The unexpected occurrences which have was I to see it prosper-joins in making t the insert Mr. Calhoun's reply and we i isfraliou.: It was tleltattd. nut I(the tl.eaJmin-vSenafcri
fur of destitute
a few days, if I am not gn-uly mi.taken. of want and mea lS. Tht:1C, and one legimcnt lalIplace! lately in Congress, have excited same accusation, and refers for proof to incontrovertible I think t that the administration will have no >' I haJ! stiunlittd in that trea'y tat! t the) Rio
clothing piovisions (jrande the bl
Worlh'sdivision will l j & was udary.;;
I (i hiph'anl had Itfl fur the of Mexico. deep interest i among all I parties.; t evidence. thank \lr. for having
: : city
; actually reason to Turney Mr.[ Turney. I remarked hat
moving towards Wra Cru/. (;('II. lllh I I I had
n\'tr
\ Santa ; his time in gambling; The position, assumed hy11'. Callioun 1 Polk read the I 111'01'bllt u I unde
. i it up again, and although lauo, is beaming \nla (mloo drawn the South Carolinian out, .%Ir. rotiol that its Itrrr.
to 1uu"J"lC wen. and cock flhtt wriiins menacing andcneigelic upon the subject or thc War-hisdenouncement FLOIUCA: I! EPUESENTSTIVCS. may well exclaim save u> flolJ1 our fiiends !' \\ellll') the Rio Grd .de. $jt

) .>..' rnillt; :: I\ 'M;I: \NI':, t reptcsentations) I to congios;' formoney. by Mr. Kitchie, in the Union, and( byMr. When we were first informed, ( who were Mr. C'.ilhoun.: The Senntor 3 j'lor a.' WIOD" i id
Calhoun amid snd)
Mr. then I really
We have he ne : am Ih.lr n* in III I t.,''' of ,
!Vlirj! ry ::1. 1-1; J even assit I a nets Ih.1 the chosen the : \\ In 1I11"lIIhf'r.-ldldlr. .
gentlemen to State Xcr
I have: plenty of ht.l) nrvvVto "ue you, quite I ,I'cellll (ill 34,000: () () at PhonIc fiom Turn!)' in the Senate--the exclusionof represent f bilged to the gentlemen from Termo-ue f 1.i giving "Iiih Ihw:, oH It WdS e\j.rrslv !Mt i>in.; Tti."
: Senate chamber in Congress, we felt convinced that they mean opportunity re-pel a ireat many m- hfl''P"CI,,t,:. cumnn.-vionrra from TrxJS
gentlemen, and very little i i ih.it is pleasant.) his own officers, very many of whom are :1r- Ritchie from the will| |
: sinuati'irs which I have (It.i3'try( subject btr e-II.IIIOnr.. it
would f.iil achieve : : seen upon; was expre-y! trim |
The fate of Coi. '1 JI) n-ar nard and very youn): men The latest accounts we by a vote of the Whig Senators, together not to notoriety, in t, and the endeavor, to fix upon myself and order that t'i- boundary niiil_ ;! t he- -. :!:tI\Jflll/l;

bflS age yo U have: aluvidv; hr! of-hut intelligence have I'CI fiom S_m l Luis say t that he would with ;Mr. C-alhoun and his friends, all lend Ilicir own pcculljrfa&kion, before their terms friend- the respon"il ihty i.f \\lli.'" he lus s oken., j jHe i "'rtaMu-hcrd by nrsjoiutu.u with Mexico 1'i'.ftly Know ''lit'up

has just reached i place, too move II itt ha I the mottling of i the 27ihlilt. of office had cxpiicd. I has got tip and! made a graw charge! t thit m .t se-.ator! of. thi- !body p'it a (,.usitm luo'uuydtr ua if

|)ainfully Hue and well a-itiietsticati-d: wm.h! 1"1 i i. Mated in a leltirtlaleul the Ju'lh.Jen. to show thaI the event we foretold. last summer there was on tin* side of flue Hume a J'arly l I I ii lo ih.j c.f. t' n-itwr fn.m T-m.e "tt, and

jiroves that the (' hav\: ; Cjl'W,111 1 us in (; La; Ve;: has hem appointed) Commandant is about to happen-Mr. Callioun and SClliitorrescutt is one of those rara combined together, i i.i:. rekrence! io presidential: was whit Mri''d wa .io.ueil by ih-!! P.e-iJtrnt n,.r..8 soon I tunimunicatej.is th >l lifji.d'reetly Ut,

1 earnest, alllh./lu'ir 11'1)I IIln'.1 i IIIIa i; !. General; of Vera Crux. Let t ers of his party. ail about to separate from the ai'cs, not likely to pass unnoticed, more elect ions,vho contr'.llrd M measures in reference with I tit: ? )Jx trot. sjuvernnierit thioicti!
our
On 1 January I m 't Lieut llit- the! 20th tilt- from Mexico IIlltiolllis fact, Democrats Pal tic ti lirly as he made Ins appcaiancc; to t tli -t. 1 have au catty denied tiia! I was a!iy char r d-Uf.tirr.-: :cl i --.jed; that 1 vv.04 lendy i ietik Ii.

; chic of the 4th Infantiy: hat i an-l there can be no doubt he candidate for the |re-i-iency. I appeal[ to eH'rj. ? ; all fjie-> (.. c/f ditlerrr.ce, anti aniunm
IIII acting
( le wil The only bond of union which united weal 1 iug an appendage not commonly found friend-to my frie.id-t ul'onlhiJ I tl>.nr, iu;purl cit hrr i.tf.rrs! lite -undarv. i'poi hlifral t'rnci4.| '.. I d d
with the 2J;! 'In Ins fr.nu S.tl- but Ilitbute if he has not :an cad )
: way opportunityof lift driMtii .1 his :
) ( ; 1'i.t 1
11:001' I in use now-a-days, save side of t Ihe House, and to every me in the Stdteol vv.ir.: .tin ie }Min-ib' :>, "".
: i tillo, with i CU dragoonsti 14' Vi i. t tl.ia, bt-ario. I i evicting I ; t the United Slates in his foimcrcapacity. the Calhoun men to the Democratic l)1riywas among gentlemenof South Carolina if iny: whtl.: c-.nrse c.f cor.di.rt 4-e'b-" it Tf\a hud i.of been :.irtev d we v .uy iz4It

important despatches I lo (;vii. Taylor. I'mmten. : (the measure of Free Tratlc-s: longas the old school, but which is highly 1133 not been this : that I \uu.1! n. t ilC'Ccrt tlieI'rcsidenry ,I 1".1 h ive h.id: a ?. "\',: ui' !. IK- II"1'J!

( Scott and) others. I I i is sai.l: i liiesf desintches Our private: accounts. fiom most iepon- Mr. Calhoun saw that he could look for piized and much cultivated among t the subjects udcss: it cu..es to me l II" I the voice o! i ,.t :Ia':is i IIH'dI i n all; !t"k, I"c 0:1lr.liI..r; I'.k'u..r ib. Jt.ll'[ .,!,,'i.*, t f tu.uui- ,-up. <;

1 contained Il: ucioc plan if Ill MMe Soil rct. set down I the number of u troops suppoit to his favorite I theory frotn the of his Celestial JIJjcsl-wc mean a t he American people, aId I ll.ea; only from, n s,*n'e in; .i It'', t-Miiinitted ujmn. : .\IIWl a. ,n ut 'tZrL.it "ilr.

I t>pf rations in !hicl tee atc alum tit, (,'.:tt (. in the city of Vera Cruz :at :3,500-soI1W, siy; (duly, and taken! as :an .ohh! .;tlilI. At iny :.-. 1'01': h..t, allJt'xaII11I: : 1a.ltw( :".,,11.i mu.: 1)\,;
While on the between Monterey ;triI! H.OOO.) 'The gamsoti of San Juan tie Ulua! Democrats he was willing to Support their cue. of his the presidijwv; H nothing- ,. 1.' ,;-at.d '" t<'Orvi."f th .i ? .\lid did not < Jea"r<.l J.u.I\.': aLt

Victoria: but at roa.what plac.. I cannot; leani: i ., sl.ies not exceed 1100 I Hoops Some accounts administration, although he had been grossly- Our woithy Senator has greatly interested for miny a long year, Mr. Pr-so'ci: t, I have lrg Mi. Van J r"rt n e-c.re I Ihat tho.-e itnitiw' : -rr 4
aspired to an ohjert far higher! 1 Ihnri t ll.e! Fri i fiat c.:1-! '.t wart The. iir.inrd.it. :. c..soIf iti.v.r .
the pnrly was attacked yunns, Kilrhtt; : was repicscnts thai! i there are two moot!"1S j juggled by I the same; party I in I the nomination all who have been so fortunate as to make that i d"IImrd'at -tI crut'.ts.rs| I i I I' vt.-> tl;.- !inarch,:; < t our ttirrrtn>ii the

lassoed I.wl. l dragged acro( 1mItfrt:1I1] ,
fur Pies'nlent. lIe has ever held the They -in every Inal-irrt'sj1t.'tnc 1,1'! pari: ,-<, s>'.d i! |
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the despatches; carried off! The t ten draMornt from: gentleman; who has access I lo the I "oCl.rumu Ii tt": t.AtI d Ifi' Drlu.: ..
in he but Iitile have been much puzzled find out without regard to lriei.d. hiiw: r.r ennii'ies, [but I 1'1'11.11 cl'-ariv m.io'e the
goons were cither killeJ or taken most expectable: somcrs of information, party suspicion- placed) ( i reliance exactly invasion, o( raii-J! by !tie
pr"U''S. simply in re C'rence ti> the iip-sperily' ot tiie coun J're-uf-i.! rtfid h"iic .Itl!i dc-rlaruton
Lieut. Ritchie the uvt but t whom; we need not name I in which lie their good faith, and it was ) what soil of a person the Senator ntoul 1 II Ill* I'ntrI
upon no
was one lt try. I It I toy )life I! be reviewed hereasttr, I leave to I j I that the I K:o lId IWte was the 1.llm 1..rv. CUll it
guished ant excellent! youn olnVeis: in the assures us that there i is not a barrel: of salted until the passage; ; of the Tariff, and t the veto be." Being somewhat Puckish in his disposition tlio e who ,may n-view it I Ihe sHtlernej.t: cfthisfjiieitiun. : r tll tt-'t d olm. .1fIltIJ If (.t-r: :: T.1)'lnr

.-. army, conl Ile- provisions in the castle, and) t tint: the troops) of the harbor Bill, that the Calhoun fond of mistifying folks, and indulging What( charge has he ma-le: out csiait: I'I'h.id p-ni'tined, whre hr w;". there wi mJ: i lute
saca won tie! admiration! ( of the army and l both of tlit (-f-a-tl and city, arc dependent! papers mnysefarud! the few of ray trier.d who have vi.ttd bern :i' iilv.l-ic-n-! Uio 1ft.1111.: a- a U'iin_"ry
ceased tl) fast out jibes against Mr. PoIkind greatly in propensity fur quizzing, ha- to be r.t.bt-tird!: by treaty and i.rc.'aain; ">n .t'ar .
t'si'n Where
with, the ? I''
he was' much esteemed for his talents,,! ; I upon' the back country for their daily supplies mrdnring j.r.'M-nt "- 'I 1 h" f-ift i-, and (be
> t.UII1I.Jr 1.
"t I '' uif dJ
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the excellence of his hl'lt. Thfie: i is of food.' : So far I as the troops ill the his p"I: ). Tin support of the .\ he has proved hard to be deciphered. But hc >!iowi! thdt'C have rejected or abandoned! 'I A ri:-I..t.! who ct.Ulmar.dprJ (u ihe -Mexican,iJ->

: or no doubt of his dealh-.itil, whilst there j, city ale ( concerned I this has; long been I the i-Iration and maintenance; of Free Trade1, : I the Senator h.is: appeared[ lately in a ntw any tnea-ure-s connected with the conduct of I this I! S iii.!. If 1 am not yreatiy lalI..I..tQlOJ .il i a-'f
war ? One single act unly! and thut is not VI hug I j jt'r.r I t'I."r:1! t:t ,& ;'.:" 1 dOl, Ii)' I"IIJ 111111 Ilu
""1 is a shadow of a ctJht! hope. I case, and we h.t\'e all confidence in our correspondent's were, synonomous, and as long as :1 r. Cal-; character, and one in which! his quandom the proposition for a lieutenant (;lIHraL-1 j! cordat ihi-! t'epirtment, ho will find the fact r.-
A few days il officer of I the I Ohio information! I to I the cast llc. .I
O:1 : Ito determination lie associates of the loco (foco in Florida I Now, Mr. President, on this we need no apt-logy. 'ib Ir .\rit.e made a c( unhIunicauuru't mhei ty
U ii saw a on t olMr. parly
I Regiment Lt. Miller i is believed to be his They have been for som? t lime in continual part I need not show I that I was governed hy no i::(- 1| fI: 111; or thic.i.gh! a f.ntl.fulii! ;rnt, (ann{ J tlimk it

nluevS murdered ;.t Chichiiuni: and awfully apprehension! of an at rack at Vera Crux Put to stand, by the Tariff of 181G' he will scarcely recognize the HEAD of the lives bur those by which other Sc'n1c.rh'I'C zoi t i. wni- n-cf-r.'lv pull l"I.t'd| io rne of the outhrrn 1'1.

( mutilated. Bio he.irt was cut out ani I and the inhabitants appear; to have as little was I leady to stand by his administration.But TALHIIAS-.KK: JUNTA ; the Senator has become verned. It the American ;'eojde:, have hl en: m.1- j: 1'tr--A.[ ::iLiinre..-]:lhat if (C..n.r.r TaJ.1'f !!
d t-ide f
nniitn on (nr lit t the he .
river, ( \
: ro.ra
shrub t lo show I doubt! as I lo I the i issue as we have. imous on one point they! have L..tIII'TI that. )
hung upon us suppose the Whig viCtories in Pennsylvania the DKNOUNCKK OK CORRUPTIONS my woaUl rriiirfin en hiisc'e: : ; and try: |I. tJ; miil!
how deeply seated was their httreJ tuwlrJ. I In regard to the condit'iou of the unit iary Now, this j i-i'the only one: act, a.d;: 1 am harpy rriJ out t"Sj;t"cJilifr. he lt guard against Ii.Ountitpredatirris wC'
t us. throughout Mexico we have: the evidence awl New Yoik-although they did! not shake; OF DKMOCRACV: Now it has been by that, here in my place, in the presence of this I and we for any | Uiu? > w.- thin cbtp

But, here is news that: will create: a deep ofan eye-witness. Ho testifies that everywhere the iron nerves: of the South Carolina Nullifier I- some gravely hinted that; the Senator wasa large audience, that this charge had; b.-en rrride, I ."[1"',- :<-, then, t!.< war was inad" by th! n,auhio
that I the whole truth l rtfi with legardlo tin- Del .Xi.rtf. "I li.t the 1'irMdtnl Ulirxrdthat
: sensation in the States. The following' letter i it t is deplorable from the slate cf: destitution in whose veins coursed the blood ol little "ciackcd" in the upper story-but so nuy ru '< I : to be our! bCU"lIfH'a* znd
it. Iul! nut a sidt'IIl': : h.n be;n ;;iv 'n on very rii"r;
reached Gen. Woilh la-si evening. Of( I i in which; t the: troops now -\'. They Southern chivahy I; -weie too much for i ihe for our part, AVI hare considered i the Sena which his charge could: r.'s?. I't-r if there had I'I: that invaMon was to be r"I'It'Jlt'.J..1S the uat rill l liinitqfirnce.

course there is no doubt a'loul :its correct arc miserable clothed! ;and fed. The coiiaress fortitude of the nun whose ancestors cI..imell -' tor's tag iries as the offspring of a too re- been another only, it vvi.uld have been atlc.'cd! to I II i, 11Ih.. Kxpcutiv-: Hut the!! ?right r<*.il q-it-ttioii tu determine c,ini??whito'ir up: ,

t ness. is from Capt. of the uf the State of San Lni recently: pas-; I the )long catalogue w jnch! the e.ati r fir3 '
I Cl.I1I.II JJr.tish he in them Del- dun.lant genius. We have read) in novels lnll.J.fio'1 \\-ht'u w *> have.idi xtnl
protection- saw
.sed decree the Governor ol as has drawn .iiri, N'of Ten-I
t
army : a :authorising t : ne!sce up 34 i.e. nne. (OI1illdqlJt"cr.r.I';: : vve have (haJ
f1.........'., .J._..IV' i"t, 1,)1T tticii G tnt... I", nr:i.linlt-, ,villiiii furl v-CI.!Ill ..ttiizziisan'; : I the handwriting on the wall, a of I he shutting! up of folks Iiia mad: house, lh >re H anntl.er I Mnperted) ot: It "n ?:i if In-!ni4 to the i M\ecnti\t* ur to Crn;r."oy-tJtt nui < f-

I have only time to wi'itu word. Major: hours, a loati--either voluntary; or forced warning; of approaching) : punishment for his by their t ffiend), who wanted lo get them led that I will TlCt'OC li'.r, the three llillllipa bll: ; i tmi.inp There are two wjj'" to ii> j It. lac

Borland, nf the Arkansas cavalry! ', "ill.O to be applied to I the supply uf I Ilu' C'llItTui.3l'ria ; aa!that becau I < lid, when I Ip<..ktn tl.ci5;,- 1 thy Jit'.?'.rlllil"; .rllltI.I: ; to i tt' jn-rh r :.- > evil deeds, and he cast about for out of the way, on pretence) of their being I the iiv; 'cjtiv aa'i ihi .,)!! m f.-.' '- U'- ,
men, Maj. Gain s aol CI.sins :1 iy, of the Army of Operations This is means to kef,1 I wilt-- t"<'r fni t her dt.'Hor.cnt"a! ;> !tii n.-

4 I with ant men, were surprised J and captmed( :.t announced in a Vera Cruz paprrlJflllC 30thuh. repair L the wrong hHiad; done. To abandon: non compui--when in reality, they only! there any ,ti.iig, :,11'. Pie:d ,:it ii thaf-.vas thSenater ,- ;Iii''.UI ni} ft-pntrs s."ice: II)ihl lIt"':l toUl* !:.:-t.d.ry<-. Th.UHf will tihr t ma..--.'oit.fiad it :due

Kncarnacion, about 45 miles beyond :.11- :She War and the hope of conquest, tniKt.uy: knew too much. We should. not be surpiised ignfra'it: : I hit that, t r<>pi lIIad I in the I Hot I .. -id dd! h-
: I c t.H : ; : probably \< .
t tillo, on the moning of the 23 I, !h ( o. Nor (1os there try, ami :r.n".T.tin ar ihe hazard 11 \.;r. il
Minion. He heard) that; 15orl.ni:1 was) I appear to Le nny prospect t f.Jln and the!; popularity' consequent upon a ( if Mime of the original democracy nude here, lo -tick tht' WihII.1 I TIOVI-O iit it ? Ipuj !oui.llat'! boundary! fr .Muii.e 1t'1I'III: iui'. .11"1'
11.11 of relief for the w.int of means which c- should it to him: -I pnt it to Senators on both -i.Ie#, ln: thi ackr.owIfdj-lni .
in
and marched from M.itchual. 1'1 .successful I t c uiuii(hit lot) of I I the contest.t In attempt to sue nut a commission : i { 11"1..11.j i i.i
t i will ; rails i in .Mexico. The law anihori/.ing: i I ll.e who repress: !.! S"utiiern pr rtn.r.s c f the L-uin.l- iT.SJ: tl-'A-a fa tu: limt- mba; the -t'It.r !:. .11: M.: : -
cavalry and look them without filing a gun hei/.urc of fifteen millions of be- annexation of another! Texas, was not tobe "ilc Lunittico Inqulrcndo" against the whether he or 5'iy of ti.em will v'"le ft.r the bill i ithst ..aclraett, tinted it by treaty. Bum d'l .:.\' '.I ihi'

This no stampede.t Youts tiulv, lon:zi ifg: to the Cliuich! pro'uiies piopeiiy I lo be a thought of 1 by ,I r. Polk-hullo propose Senator ; and, if a jury is empannelcJ of the amendment be 8i i'pi':1 it( ill" j The Lruirh l.-d! fort
\\'. W. OIIAPMIX. it : M Jea-l: letter. The propi-itv consists: almost ll'ar duties on Pennsylvania; item and New "uldsct," to which the Senator furml'rlybrlour.tl ch'IlIi : to rnae this rs.-\'aio.l-ayd! : there aie' \d"hir.cJ: tid nt ni-tke any M-CJ. MI. \. ',iro>.
The above is all tint las rc.cit-l: us on wholly of real I in other reasons not nec.es-.jry t to belated prta-nf, 't-rtaii-U'! 1 tam
estate different t cities ol theRepublic. senator 'uct.! L'aro tto
t Voik fear that the ria:' : 11
manufactures
I ,
-;.nd by so doing hill we charges of corruption equally PO'"l'frGl"oIlhL'! I ch'iose ti> make: this
the subject ; in fact, it clear eouh--, j Even: if I the law of eonuies.beenforced ; K* L-'M i'ur.Mi/Ie; : fur tLis %var.
Between 80 and! D' '>{ our men have: been it is said that back those erratic stars into the Democratic brought forward against the Democracy reservation, I am t tll b> held u,> as f.'mhur.1-1i: gCingres 1 iigit: say more i u. tlis! tul!. ti :, !lit I wl.t : n' I
no one will! advance; i' COISU ui.mn' i it t 4 t uflie a.d oJp"i! mt'.' lt'aIU the "t'lae'JI.! : ;'. .tix.nt r. ." n .t _c *
taken prisoners, and are undoubtedly)at San money upon the urn pe nv so seised, much firmainent: was stroke of policy worth by one of the Iloyal Arch mem- Mires ncc'sjaiy to carry on tIC war \Vtll!, :.s '.;r--ut ui toy ehar:es ai>.'it r'i; jMilrn:. I cfr"
Luis Potosi i ere this. rrle 1,11:11) iC the le s it. The cf ; tiers of tin will of .. Ii. h es e't1.rd; : iV'.t. :: Ireen-m.-r.' ,...j
> purchase whole! body of t the a mail u." 'Se only principle of government fraternity, considered sulli- to that c'Hsmlptir.n; tnr.t; that i is 11 t-f I themo.t rt.
Mexicans is so inn'leratl, hIHvt\'r. against, had utilciiiidrd i ill ia.1 I I- there! Senator l.w'c'Tt'd 1IIl' a- vctin,; lavtrablv: on: u!ir :-it ? te
cler.-y protested! against the seizure as is th.i. hich looks to the success of cient evidence to enable them to find a icrdict :: io I n. any *
our volunteers that fear :ar ; eotertaiiied for at :11lu! IJ'M- in the (It hatc. ut-r.tri.iaia ui.driai.ui-g c.n t.n-p.-iui; t. '1..1. *
and
sacrilegious( i they were supported by a any pjrt 1 cle..r ether.! I leave that: ', 1iVu
!! all 'i
his against him. Unless the Senator is careful a.- ur.y -! rj.
the safety of the piisoners. large portion! of the lower classes of t the people. parly.Tbe who has cori-un.eti. L-, t time than! : njMlI: ? I I 1 vvii'nos.i> tiitif 1 have not clldneJnl; .'..nn:"i.s

The troops< are beginning In move down Santa Anna gave in his adhesion to lecommcndation of! the duties on how he unfolds such tales of bribery and have made J'II a single: .,.t'i'hlh. ctherd.iv.a! itI c.u many tUui;a-very htile cui i-t, .>ii>inalinifid
from Camp Pao! Alto. (;iiu. ; would I hat but an I.t.ina.d; t.e.tdd that, I have not I'uilll.-t.d cit m..r.n G'l'Hicln: tf Jy:
t'li the measure with great i n-luciance.; iron, &c., made; apparent to Mr. Calhoun! corruption, he will meet the fate of Morgan t'c'-y:
hare to-day on the Massachusetts made a speech that has rcen/itd live ::, .,nc- ; i? rather ;t'd. I.iki all y<-ui.u II.. u vii
embarkel (the fact that the President and his'party: -be ;abducted! and) made way with for arid yet, on t tluse sri'U'damountir.ij! 'to m tliin.4.we It tiling lo Cunrt'rf l"l.Utf niv u>:iJ vviuthioiuli "
if a } further had 1
Tampico heavy UlIl'OKTC'J; UATTLK-CAPTL'Hi:: OF CHI. needed only an occasion and] the ofadvantage divulging the secrets of his brethren. The are told that we are t", he repniibie Ur cvccnnntcted I a ijruces c.t t d;.fij.hne and th.ii':r b.'l.>r Dot He will be t prospect:
sprung Up )'eteIJ"J' accompanied HUAIIUA. 1')I hin with (the s-cs>.ori-di.ne "r ret L1".f tiLed I: tsuly dow wHh regard; to ..i! j'fHl"IVt.-"
by two or three companies: tJf TAMPICO: Feb.I, 1S1T-10 P. M. to ;abandon the whole free t trade strongest evidence of mental hallucination done Well, tl.at show.s a vtry dt-op fseliiu in llivir! ili-t.uN end minuti.i.; I h.d lo zu tonii; !

tbe artillery battalion, ( .ijt. C. F., Smitl Ii Kds.: DeliaVe have some very iniporlunt policy) he saw that the continuation of the evinced by the Senator is that after he hadpronounced working within.: It may be iiurure5ir.n1t5 to I .::!ff.U nt pricew.qiie"non wd When> th.it I If Crime war oi into> w i.icii Ci'.ipfs; I hvilIa*, the .'Calds

andrinton's companies: Icing of the tin in- news from Chihuahua, which is War would present the occasion, and tjhe t the Administration, and Congress the presidency who t think s.ur.ct liag iii3bu active .tin! 1 lJlJ! -taiid. I vvaa iifu rvv .'d_- |..r yonieJf.i
;ctit'i ;d lv credited by the ofHceis of the gained by making t thoe ci.tr.es.! I ki>i>w not.- r. i IIIllwVI!; it-j..rllllfUt.-rtiU: I tlien i .r.H tack
ber.The desiinafion of the! troops is Lohos. and which if t true, reflects :another) victory army -. protection of Pennsylvania. and New Voik to boot, voi thy of being dipped in Otit molhe: I ihjt t I the individual! Icelm: i.f I the i j.> liB, ani front th.it! day tn III:: hue \ i"nuul"

about 75 miles from Vera; Cruz. As Santa our arms. A commercial manufactures; offered a sufficient piospect the Putolllac-we( suppose to the same cud Senatf hitj.sv.-ll: Ir. in ".me i-ersi.-ial te.-hn.c, att in}' liltinkiiovtn! : to the cetnfy ; and I i .i..Ii,M ce
upon : house t thou..;h I do i.i-t kioh: \\' I tl.is can he, ;>s I have: ine pt-n.itur, or any other! senator c'n t': tlo- r,!I JIow
Anna knows all about it I presume there i isno in this city, which has a hrmch: in Chihuahua : of advantage. )Ir. C. could not vxpett to that! : the Piophet ordered Naamati to dip never had I the ului.fe! personal thHi.. rel.c'l' with : fwm laat 'i..y to :1;.-. vvhf! r.:u I i.r"w> ;-

impropriety: in my telling i, 'I u. It is an ; rct cured a I letter from their i agent I here, lIIalc1 r. Polk and his party faithful I, but himself the Jordan-to cleanse them-the him. VeIl, he accu-es me c.r voting a .ailt: t tin.1 ed niv vn-vs;:. He sav# unit. vvtii'v"! ( 'I'
island, near the main land: and] behind! under \'cr'I.Ie 1 Ila I cam uj on the ieco2i.'tii.n tf .1 1 r'I! :. .>Jt very a staling; that an A me'- Democratic [bill the other d..y the cnxjnd l.f sine ccui- .
he could the which portion of them fur whom alone npou
rendered of .
lemovc cause that -ide the! I H -tice. :XI\\1 nrtt) : u nritlitr -
it is
a safe harbor for vessels:11 considerable (:all force from Santa; Fe, a pan of Gen.Ke.irney's &-titut moat I'bjection, and th..t I had jiiveti a diiferent : i.t. Svvrral l'n.1lof"-t:1
ize. The shore is rocky ;1111 tin pass very : comm mil, had; showen I themselves all increase of the Tariff, necessary which Mr. \Vt Icott can pretend to speak know- vote in (the year isl3: but is there any' evidence i- :- Caroliui Tlt'UH"tl1 r.ie, asitl?4t)t'i.0.1--.i.utr inuiiiNortli

crooket, but not'-exlmnely: dangeiniix. Iii near Chihuahua, and were i immediately he essayed to do. inlyofll'proIhe) Senator gives notice that this Il'II.3i..raS; nude: or {rr'slIttd; fI lu m )ia.i.chufeitr, cun tCftify aIII HI..I I

course of the week we shaH; be on the ; attacked) iiy a superior Mexican force-. The[ smothered! animosity against the I thai he, liJ.cIr.. Tnrney, will appear in anew I believe the Senator troni Mi) I.IU"dtJr.! ; iiever iii:t m caucu.in coRs'uk.iiii v, :'i i. ,-'..hrri
\\\'u tcr then rrietibtr the 1II1n He i side ol the I lIol1 e. I took Ill own wd..Ii.1 I
Gulf, and if the northeis and southe..i te.is and ] was a : ot l' ) :
.
> \ long sanguinary: ) battle was fought, in Calhoun party; which policy has hitherto characlcr-Tur. lION .:S1', and form anew may lie able to tell. It i is a I lull. time azn- I :, ('('uulS.<, .1.tJalllJi 'arl\. lone tur eonifn.. {olI '-
do uot send us to another world, you will which t the sla tight er on both I, sides, i is sni.l! ; 111I:; lt.it I behevi-d b? the I tiue tour i"t '?.<"
compelled the Democracy; to keep veiled party-a Democratic aity who would have rx"ttcn all 1[ abuit it. I>.t, to I ll.e b,'>t ot
receive a of the battle and) cUunfrv.ndld I'ttn'Jtdtho
soon description: lo have been very, great, surpassing; according inki.owlfd me ?ay, 1 have nevrr '
capture of Vera Crur rl't .ii.ib; : nu nvxitli
any lutIC I the
yet as coiistilulioiiality ot provision,
seiiteint-n! this ,
-id- I
) c n lof the Hi U-", e ''r
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n or '1F IJio ri\9E;IS 17. I:, 5> lou ,llt. Ultimittly i I the Ameiicans were I imcct ire and abuse, when Mr. Calhoun partial; we may be lo the honorable till it was raised uIh Senator from Counicti- i'iriir: [!h.* ; cried of excitement in !:-!.', tuJmIhi

1-Vbruary, victorious, and they entered the t town, and ventured unite with i the Whigs in seeking Senator, to whose t thrusts at some unfortunate cut, [Mr. Huntm& ton] in the discussion here.Mr. rxtra i.ts!>iem ealu'd by Gen Ia.'r'-! 3r.i : .
Lat evening the ship Talbot ;IH 'C'l-- placing our flag; in place of the. Mexican, in Web-ter here .IidVIh'lht'r \\asdis-- i Prt'ridt'nl.l have hl.t".1 a'i king iini .1 r.'n.a- rcftin
She is a transport of 5-J4. ton* buithcn. and.! the piincipal S9 I"are, proclaimed i the townto I lo bring about a peace, :and to avoid annexation ;and unsuspecting friend we have: often ctivifd earlier than May, ISIS, I know tvot ; but I 'I lIed). It is the first tmu in which -n u-&ult

with accommodations fu 400) men. SItehs be tiken; in t the name of t lie United States and! its consequences-and we may been indebted for a hearty laugh, and although know I the ciuesticn \\ajnot rajsod then mr, since, It.t.* I'-'en made uH>n me without tue p.i; ;i'.teftl ,
l'invi >n. setms ti> m it 1' ni:>
three months' supplies: for the numberof (.f Ameiica The letter t particularly slated hereafter look upon: i\I r. Calhoun as being we verily believe "there's mclhod till now. ni in had answered yes, n lieu a:keJ it hi r- tt-rri din 'rnLI
men. To-day about loot) I troops will i I ih, the Mr. Calhoun. S ) I thought. Dot dTlet me, i it would! luve been rune JlJ.lnytUI: be .
I it I ; men were principally Missourians, friend! to the administiatioii( and in his madness, we could not
y present venture lo the Senator know that in thee
down from P.dn Alto and. complicatedtneasurts I'OinteJ! iii,' and I could it
Camp and I net ft main --i.i
i them
the core weather continues as as i it ifs illlllle.jialc.ly set i down as Col. its measures, only so far as they inure to"I insure him a verdict of sanity after so convincing often vi-ry unporlant constitutional) is {.111.1111 fur me, s-ir, to citne out in :li 'te i> 'ca-
10dl'rale Pi ice's men. I must say that this news receives I questions may not j-resci.t: tiem! this the embarkation! this h inercIslie will be them a proof that his wits
morning commence i -
nil i- more credit here i than :any Mexican among are running am I to be charged, c'ninch groiuid.as baring 1 pardon the gentleman, tir he li.i g iven ii'.c i iopjiortimity lii

:1 lo night. (; Scott has not gone news t that has been I in circulation: since I have but not of them. 1 liot.1 changed my opinions pleading! inlancy at one to make myself more filly miderstot

: IJ i on.board, but i is expected over here to day. been in this country..-[A. O. Delta 17iVc The attack of the Union upon I the gieatNullificr Sharing the crown is a practice: sometimes lime and dotage in another, I f"r such is the lan I'lored As lo the tt for war the, 1 mam.er have of dei-Iored bringing U i it on 1 h.ive 1 have de-
We hare; received further intelligence re.pc&ing in '. guagcwluicti I the Senator applies.; Cut aam: : he
: resorted drploied it fur the which have succerciccf.
was an unfortunate and ill-advised; to with success, in the treatment events
liilchie. of the arisini
the fate of Lieut It spoke responsibility fur the war &s ;
----- I did not wish to sjit-ak upc n it. I bad kept -iU'i.t.
&rs that the len dragoons reached Victoria \ perceive hat ihe Catolina Banks are step. He was not one uf the Brinckeihoffs, of unfortunate gentlemen, whose imaginations Irom the annexation ot Texas I did take a deep Availed! here and throughout the coi.nlry Iri'iw?

:i in safety, but there is no longer ; till I I engaged:. in scattering I their agencies :and u who could be whipped into (the traces but are distempered-perhaps if the honorable intere-t in that measure (,fanllcx.1ti'ln. and to no urged me to come out and e.\i>!am at the latsrJMOH. -
) act of .
life do entire
my I revert with more satis i would have remained silent cii the prrsen -
I doubt about the death of the valuable yoiin their bills over I the COUlllr)'. The SOIL tIt' rather a mm: whom opposition renders moVe Senator's friends would prevail; on faction. Annexation at that time, according to ; occasion, until I saw u tit and uin.br! .'I'i*'*

L Drfeer.rl e party halted! ai a town on i the \\Vstern Rail( Road Hank: of Charlatan has resolute, and he has shewn Mr- Ritchie him to cut (fl'his cue, his malady might dis- lilY opinion was a question of pure necessity. unity( btlore t'xirt'sing any i>i>irion I hjtf !,
Ritchie led the men for a recently established an in Tallahassee I might into this matter if it would not been .pjKisfd to the war on Irgli c.,iuv.drratioriacounecttd
agency and) his dicrids. and co-adjutors behind the : Did the Senator live under such go occupy with the troubt
with t appear. a manner winch
few moment* Co go a guide and procure and hasfurnished t :agent with a large (the lime ol the Senate. (Cries ot go on.-" Abel in it w..s

forage (or the lureK. They had proceeded supply of its .' proncs to pit)." We {I curtain; that he is not to be attacked with government as that which once ruled Franceas According to my view, the tune was not propitious on.to iny niind.here It let may me be say asuoit, what, tiunlvin|uu.t row u
but a chart distance when a Mexican would like to know if I the same gentlemenhas impunil-he has hurled back upon IhcUI 3 a IC1)tlbIjCcommonly{ ( called the Reignof in one aspect. There then was a minority Why aid I not take some diei to arrest the nuitjj

caoift dashing up un horseback, threw a he also in hand for I heir in favor of annexation. It had scarcely a SI -gle of lien Taylor ? In the to-t place, I never hetrd
I means i ( redemption which has Terror
weapon, found a vulnerable point ) we (tear that his friends might
lasso suddenly over Jiitchie's neck, and advocate in this hotly, and but two or three in the that ihir march was ordered ui.til a Long tune aftef
lull and) or whether the good people of Florida; -he has sustained t the charge which the feel disposed, as a matter of safety, to extend other body ; and it appeared:; to be very hopcle. it took ptaee. 1 got lhr ir.fiTmatiun frtm th*
hi speed, across: a ,
dragged to, fl'll might not have to visit Charleston in caseIht'Y senator brunt Delaware Mr. J. 31 who
task to such [ Clayton,]
through important
carrying an

attempt
murdered and stripped him. Whigs have made, that the \Var was brought ) their excisory operation to the honor-
ihcu wilt
arc taken with a desire to exchangethis measure as that. When nominated (tor the remember what It-aid. I said it was uaiipO fsihle f-

Jt is said now that the transports wi assemble paper fur specie ?-[Sav. Republican. about by the President, contrary lo the provisions able Senator's Caput itself. \Ve should olHcc Secretary of State, I put in the strongest ; that such a tiling could not be ; and I Icoo.o
not believe it until assured tin lact .Aftrr it
at Lobo< Harbor, will ;11 the the Constitution not be remonstrance which I could draw against the by
ol! -that il was surprised if inasmuch as they have acceptance was oflicially announced, I ald to my frieD !|,
troop, *, and then move together a landing of it. I wrote to my friend here, but Time march of General Ta loroushttobe'arrfstret.It .
MASTODON COTTON.-Three or lour caused by the advance) of General Taylor not the power of administering the remedyin >
much nearer Vera Crux, before I the remonstrance reached them I was is bringing on war. I said so to several 5'O'j*"
Tbe court martial recently beJ at the hundred bales of this article, gtovvn in Alabama I lo the Rio Grande, and that his march was vogue in the days referred to, they may unanimously appointed.; I saw that the adminis. men on that side i f the chamber, and pariiculaily.;

t Brazos for the trial of Col.! has ordered : have been recently I sold in Mobile fur ordered after it was fully known to the President content themselves by a resort to one that; (tinnV.li weak, and that that very important if niv menioiy serve me. to thf senator fiom I'1'1''
measure would be liable to be defeated if an eflorl aware, as the information originally came tIC*
him to be released (rom arrest and re- It is IhatIhe I that if lie remained! the Nueces is symbolical in its elFecls lint
fifteen cents per pound. supposed at of putting were not made. But circnm-tances made it in- him. I said to him mid to other, that the OirS"

fJrimaned.Ve learn that Gen. Scot has full crop of this description of Cotton in the Mexican General would remain in a the illustrious Senator to political death, by evitable. I ascertained from sources perfectly and Mexican questions were connected thajt M'I'tO
but should avoid war with England rather ihico
; of this sentence -
reiterated'bler his part former order to Cu!. IL thaI State, the past; year, will equal 1,500. friendly attitude, and that ihe question of means of that: guillotine, commonly calleda reliable American that delegation at the suggested World's to Convention the abolition the -though both were* very undvtrabkb0I b ii
be .
I was to honed that we could settle Oregon
It was thought, however, that he would re- bales. boundary could be amicably adjusted by DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION.: The hon ists of England that now was the time to act. If fore we could be called into & Mexican war.

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''r,-ft'.?"n". "If. ht ti.ril I T vlor.not / which I oII.rwI-C I ceedings of the body. The Alms Hou e. In process of COMMERCIAL.COTTON.! Claallcer---Ch'cnit Jackson COUllt Court.. of U. S. Jlnil Arrangement.THE .

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1.1'..-iTT 111.' to fl IIflT.fl! k'"Jso with t relations EnttniI, In.f.te' honor of the Senate: and! is for he died, md was buried .-The inuiry since Tuesday has been vs. ( Bill to enforce vendor ,,-4.: ,.tpalachlcolaery tf'r.Tuesday will leav and,
Q'Jl"i'tJOI1 ;
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I: I'-'I"'J\I\'I".. Ou.-nn uiii III orJ..r th\I 1 mi:ht, If poe. ,- position amouris I members of t Subsequently to this, in very moderate, with daily sales of a few hundred William McDaniel, and f lien o n land. Saturday, at 10 P. M. -Lena

( (11 ont Jnlbf'ucl" 111 (.tfct.Ig.t! I'l"art":1)1" Representatives; Foreign ) midnight the body of the bales without any material change in prices. Benjamin Newsom.. ) Lbatlahoochce every Monday and Thursday
x..rI"1" hot,1 1H.t'D olht'rWI" I 'itjtflV01d other hiah: and tilled di made of fur T appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that 12 M. She will also
( use I make
; I II III"rrt'It'J, ..ii.df nill pur- All parties seem disposed to wait the 4th of Feb. weekly trip to Iain-
; ha\1' 1I111\'t'11 th t the march In rrI31)IIt I the Senate; Chamber, and is ( and was then thrown into accounts now d'ie. I Benjamin, F. Ncwsom a defendant in this; bill, ., hridgeand Pert Jackn. Leave Rainbridce every
1 rould $t:1tt' fdcst is a re*>idenr of the United States but nonresident -
It\.t'rlt'd. a \\edntday
might he wishes to witness their night. Leave Pcit
'.tr I ) at nearly about the same Jackson
c.\rl'nn. 1 nm Iwt I1t hllt-rty f"r the FREIGHTS -We have heard of no new engagements of the State of Florida. It i is ordered, and Sunday nightEvery every
tLl \ 1 (1IIIII'ar 1 thank the I"n ltl" seal himself among his brother : widow had sent to the I since Tuesday. The rates to all the said defendant is
1\llt to
quarters hereby required appE.'arand atten'ion will he
me.la. paid to the
1 h. Utiheu" connedfd with the ( Mfrtv and
which It she might obtain
wltb fltlflll how
n,1.IISS ; remain unchanged. answer, otherwise the complainant's bill shall comfort of Pas< and
.enjers. strict|
: ----- desk. Mr. Blair; I her friend she be taken attention to any
as
.- Reporter's departed --- -- ---- pro COllle!oIo. buslllt's con.fded to the
DKMOCRACV.Honorhie Captain f-r Clt rk of tho
\VKTCOTT AND Tilt of the (ilofje, occupied for a him elsewhere, than in Pot- COTTON STATEMENT. Last GEORGE S. HAWKINS, Boat. iJec.2llG
_
Senior (rom Florida seemsI a mater: choice, the position he could give her little en- year. Jud 'fi of the Western Circuit of FloriJa.I _
c of his odious the Stock on handS. "-pt. 1, 1346.10S3( : ceitify that the above is For Liverpool.
in.liifl"rent opinion so a banishment, b ( A number of days was the a true copy from the
)hafe r.ttherI1J, ) Burnt since ht Sent. lOt original order fdtd in office. Given under THE fait t
sailmship
Union. COltlJOl\1t
I make the followeiuact '' afloat in the Est: River my :
a"! Kiatrs.'e -953 my hand and? meal of otJjcc, this 27th day of JanUary S2 Lowell, master. Fir bulk cf 2UG bale
olitica1 the
his speech on the resoln- I wil hP recollected that of Providence it was floated Received push 3 (lays.. ... ...1,334: A. D. 1M7.NATHAN. cotton, apply fo
,If (rulll years since, by -, and then picked up and pieviously .. .6J,6Ii-t
ii the editor of the L.'nion from .'Iled Messrs. ; ) hands Coroner. This Total.- 71990 61111 S. WATSON, Clerk. DODGE & PRATT,
the
of Feb
: II C\d'llle p Dw\ I Exported past t.3 clays.. .. .. ...&!) ) February 27, 1SJ7. 7-1 mITIastodoii e q 40 Water treet.
[ or the Sc n..e:.. : tors of the Washins'oo) ( that the deceased. pre'louoly..27i2lTotal. ; For
t1'Ior Lh''I'poor.S2 .
,be a.Ud 6 what ..sDcniocra.Vi ollVnce similar i lo that of I the the widow who had consulied ... .- SOolC 33S3S: Cotton Seed--Genuine Till

.' \" \\VM--ott wl 1 th.i at this lime. nf div, U nilerJ1ij.It11iOfl. L"il. '.L'iie ct.e: im'h'l't a ; )' before, and on sending for I and no mistake Will. Oliver superior, master British ran shin ls.fce; JESSIE.the. bulk

d'! nolhmc I : of I the ;as it Onhandandon shipboard notcleared. 4H7-J 23233 OFFERED: for s-ale st the house rf A. N. Ill f:IJf o bales
was Ilouhtfulexcri..e body, strange may Ct.u
Democracy; power! f IH the sbote
named
: -- u.- -_--___--.-.-_--_ _-- --_ I Apalachicola. The seed obtained
: ; and the were in f.ict, < ) recognized as that; 'iont. For freightapplv to
111,111, til- :loaves fi.h.'s'-"I' Tie inll'prn EXPORTS OF COTTON FROM Ai'ALicHIdI.iCoinmnenciuig : ,j from tile aho'erlenl! \11/111 house, be '
, iiJiWi'V I"l Lietil ciiiit-G ette- independent alike of t 1 xec I t I ItWilS given into the '. may citnjitltntly I' _J'V'j! ; J J>.\VJtjTa
: raised
S _
ll September 116-and same n'Ii..d, on as genuine, being on Mr. --------- h_ _
to a SeconlLieutrnani.ol Semite. And yet how bilent good old woman, who had time in 1515.WIltrilER R. Ahbev's. 1.IllIfJIrmlenr Ya/oo Citv, MISIISsippi For Liverpool.THKL'ntili .
" IIIIIW/1! flflheII"lr whoan'iiow endeavoring in .' I laid out in a decent coffin, -price $1 bu-bel.! Also
w.nnltl( ) Ill',) the l'lUocr.\cy ) I Pit.CI"rei1a.." per a sample of R. -- talk; C'WA'.Mf.YTA'/f

.I I t tins country lint they don't know to excite public indignation I of the aged iiil:ri Ui. at this KVrOKTED. .3t1ay |.oll I ,.,TOTAL/;t'3n I Abbc)': c. ton. can be seen by carting) at the z\. ..Captain }'.tlrrul? Fur IIUZt! apply

the nate (fur a tvrnnnical' n-U rpal in the vault of the \Volcott above hou.-e. A. H. SHANKS, -- ,fo [ (>
, twentieth part of I corrupnonlie Liverpool.. .. ... ,.1313 .4 176.. .301)0.) 11913 1e12tiJ j. D.Y & co.
"//rculriJt. reekm corriipti.ni of this Even I lie would-be-supposed; : uiI# lie midst of his llavre..j.! .j.anl7. ... .. I R. ABBEY'S Agent. ----- .--

,',* I tell the people of this ; ;passed it by in silent ; : .-[IV. 1' Express. ... ... ... .\.. .. .. ...... February 27, 1517. 6-Jt For "Xc\v VotK.

, 1I'rrnl1ll'r.t, and the in- lnul approval.[G'tai lesion Triple. .... .. ... ... .1. .... ... .. \ THE regular j-at-kct .clr LrJO1.Bedehl .
,1I10trf that the (iiivernment ( I .9.S..9j:- 1O nusiIEI-S cf' the above mentioned Seed -. l, rna..tLrill ',aH tli [.afch 'ff-r

itllt' ,;m-iof the roil III rv. arc u"e.l but as ; TEMPTATION.Every Proceedings.COUNCIL Ollierports..j..:_.I'.. .. .. .. Atyvjust receivcdar.d lor sale Lv he abyve IOIt. Fi r ht'I!' f.r |J.tI'Clgl'( .
'
, ; ,hllll', ,,0 plunder then} for the benefit of CHAMBER, ) Total to For. Ports. .15I4..I34..664:1-. ; I I"'uli_A. N McKAY. apply '" DOVGlJ': .\rr.
I 11 H illli'mhl.IJclil'I'C that if day occurrences EVENING, Feb. 10, lsJ7. ) 'I'-I SI.IJ91JI l Fdi
I '1ire.III'.II 0. I ;I Present, S. New York .. .. .4sr.-'" ,.() 7.>;;71045lloslon j Cabinet Furniture. _40 Watc-r sr.-f.
Benjamin
tlf the Uniied States Knew I the priety of reconin to that I Hawley, ... .. ..\. ... !. .fIlM'I'( .56(1)1 .57:1 j TAMES H. COOK For ---
''Jm.fr' \\laich' ihe UovernmPiii j U con- Lord's prayer which say, "Ie; ) i iler-srs. Payson, Hancock, Providence .. .. . .'. .1f2. ,' .IfiSJ,. ..31)32Philadelphia J Broadway, near Wall Xc02'li..
.
New
,: in hc llIhlcll IIncI temptation I : for, however and Green. i ... .1.. .! .. ,. . ._ street, York, tiers for sale, a lull and _L rTilEfast: t.ulilrhrrg J.3fI. JOyES'.
1',11I1,1.111 ;1.'t '
I '' I they this world the of the la-t i.icelingerc read and n.dl i m or.... ..I.( .' .IfiOO: .Ifion .1t2 I complete assortment ct t CABINET FURNITURE T It'r. rrrasfer "ilk have: itr.tntdiate: tlt'otc. -
I"lie I V'tty: "'f \\'.1 S 11 i I:t in in Iweiiiy (lour Iprhtl.y; m New Orleans. ... .i..S9.,;,. .6t-)3 .7i4Si..lb'S.i: j j and: CHAIRS which he warrants to be equal to I Ii j -- patch ti the arrive f.-rf. For treicLtapplv (.r

I IIlIr..lh\:, \\011111 rxt.ile ;1 rtI'oln1iu: and of It'l of apparent; worth, I bill were presented and several Otherj'orls..I.':. .' .13)2; ,. I262J.. .-WO( j any in the city, at the fc-Ilcnving! unusually )low l'a"s.1:" ( to LOLE: JL PRA'lT

|Im"te| the l'rfMdnt. the he.ids; of departIrMl first strong temptation lo do dl"cd.z : I Total Coamtvise..h:37t2iW2\ : ;: .23-r i.2'Jj .I rates: Ft'I, O 10 Wi.tr sirs-ct. .

I hUII':4'" uf l Cun "'slirhi I:. :IIJJ moni-.h us all) not I to put too ; (bill lor (Jrocciiesfurnish- Mahogany) Sofas frtm $-2t) to il30\ each. For A .' ----- .
.. hHth I T)1..u.-f1Ar. .. ... .:... \.3o 16i.3j8 ( \ i'orli.
*!. head over lieHs i int. the I'oloami HI our I foititude.Vc t have 1atients..S: 0: do. Chair: u SO (lo 120 perdoz. TilE -.pler.chd: bnwl 1ECOXJC'Cal-t

)1'111? 1 believe ihry woulJ serve them parently; fair reputation, md I rd otMtiry Lewis (pauper) 5 .10 -- - do. Rocking CI.airlfrl'D1. $.r> to
I ?1,11 tificate's of ch.irarier would! be oil (for Engine. . . 1'') SI t PASSENGERS. do. Bureaus! o to$73 ud" have iiiiic-diate For
II three d.i': labor on Engine. .Ci 00 P.rstcamer _\.ugt.imi-1 G Alderman, lady and Card Tables SIOto.30 dispttcn.or.ly (as-
VlrV.. s.u.l he $\ll'lh\.l lh.it for what i in whom evciy ronfideiice servant )Me.-srs Robinson, W ManerV ; do. sage aj.jjv; to the ma>ttr, i r foSTONE
4 ) .fiO'J' ; : ( Centre Tables, 8Jj lo$7.j Fet, 2f!)
he 'i'1 hc rei: g r \\i1"; now .I\ ii"4." \ "ii' oil for Engine..1 ,10 do. French Bedstead, $IS to $ II) "
, nf oflTirc-holdpr! ri'iist the *) of the J Siulibs, C Gregory. Also Feather Beds, Hair Mattresses J. I'l-itii
,I D.MiiucrniV party, teIJtI'ill resolution; was on! -red and adop Per steamer rolumbn?-_J L Mu tian. and Bedding ,
l\cli.! li't I'.iP'iireal li-m out. I lie I did not fief every tiling t to Per steamer Emily-A O Uurwv. ofthe finest qualities and at the lowest mar- (Late T. L'I_1IHC.\

tu 'l'lIIlin in such company. I But like voil.itint I ;: l he t trust reposed i (the bills just pa-sed in favor Per steamer ylona-Capt II JVoodj Messrs ket pricf-a BOOT AND SHOE MAKER !
fani
.shon.'I'IIIII' fnelld from 'la"stC'1Il"ctt I ..tsr iliahoiicstlv appropriating( Charles Johnson, Charles Robin Wm Brooks. Thos )bin. N. B. No extra charges for packing and ship CONTINUES tocmy on thIs business .

have tl) 5lS'. .* whrrf shall I -n ?" anoiher's t to their own U'". he charged by Treasurer to I'erIearner Eufaiila'Mrs) McK>nzie and chil ping. in ApsUt-Iiici la, tv\o d"u:4 f Le-
| |
i HO-II ; ; the been drcnle5 7s McKenzie, D C Scott, Marshal!, February! 27, 1 1S17. 7-3m .t low the
l'oul.1| only I tu his honorable fi lends is in point. \\ C have; no ; same having erroneous and Oduni. City Hit* I on Centre rretl.

1I I.::1111.1 tii ill. (:die l "\VhU-) t th.it he c'ou.II1t1t} tlivilual who was; entrusted I f favor. Per steamer Yioh-:Miss Schley, Miss Dugbee, Saud's Sarsaparilla. Ha'in"U'pl'rIr w.rkriieii, I.e: it
.' bills and referred confident that all who
f
tlifiu I H I*" di'l' ii'fl i iIievc tin I lie (he hal s .md brokers of this were presented Messrs J L haeklf'fordVarmocl.. the removal and permanent; cure of all may patmni/e l.im "ill tint
i" %1 'III 'I I I on Claim : Per steadier Augusta-Mrs E N'lles.! Dr II FOR, that they have called! ;.t te! risjht s'!u'i'; French
\'hii t Cr41.111.1 CHr n'lGtU: robbery, : Ely arising (frftn an Impure State of the
',t..11 1.111 I$ I lie ii pll\ piIIICII1 ; f fur 1.lbor..JO.O Messrs E: Bryan, C Stephens, J Hnrrell. Blood Habit Calf Skin, Morocco, ar.d! Paft-i.t! Lfathir !!tt.l,
'if nil. < .rr1 III'11,11 fnd I.IIIII s fan::' too Hi'. CIIIII Ii.tvc
4t..pl! Ul1.: '1).l> *,li l'.trli'1 III there w.is tI\\! :: II 1111. :1'1:11"11"1 or I breaking 2 cotton boxes. .tJ: Of) i Family ; W W Deacon and lady ; Mrs De Witt, Ffb 27 C. ALLEX, stvle. lie will also keEp M 1 hard a largw

I rf'inf.ly h l"'ir I ihf evil bill thfatlurJ (,I't ..Iiont : ..pttlhli\: : i I galillrl.; I for b-nrd ot' Smith! . 32 00 : Mrs Dingle, Mrs Odum; J G Shorter. Agent for Proprietor. and selected asortnnenittO [leanly1ade Vn,

4 p .rty. a ph.: u.I.f.I..IJil/llt'c\.It'II'-! Iii'iii.," ti'ii-tcd with i large sam *crvicesaCity U'atchman! i On Consignment.r 'Shoes ar.d nr' anl.11 mera..:, \c., J.ne

; tihu vouM di I .11' pari '
his hoi.i, iy and i integrity ; ;and 'for services as City Watch- bales merit, the following articles : that cannot fail to be itcognititd a* m kcepin"

al, ,lS SIM'H He.tdu.it: **.' th.II11't \\'t'IC.ltt has had he no.v at:la-I.IIJ'fot l the world ? : t m.t. . . :. . .-45 (00 BU cotton.TOS-Pt'r Wa\.erly-l690 bales cotton 2 kschoice Od: Port Wine ; : with the competition in trade and the cl..scr.et
Nw
w1",1! $vices as City %Watch 1" Old Madeira Wine ; otthe times.
not
""fI I1.011. ,. l oppornumy of:jitJjiii,' of the au f.rlllit<' ( rt'i-t i mal temptation i inst..3 ? 00 NEW YORK-Per schr Frederic-431 bales 1 superior Old Scotch Whiskey ; I ApnUchicnb, October :.1. -12-';m

idml II to I the Council the cotton.NEW. 2"' "Pale & Bro. Otard
of the suggested
lLl! rnreciUoc< present : pro Brandy:
: reter ;: i' '-high 'statc" j imo disgrace 1 a Apalachicola ExcbIIJJc.
i inn or modi!lvi ing t the ordinance I ORLEANS-Perschr Santa Rosa-231 I" "D.lrk Dumond Brandy
iiiitrtinn, hu MI far n< it i is coticcrnJ is an instructive lesson :against I City Watch. bales Cotton 10 baskets "London Club" Champaigne.Also ; THE s-nb-icriber informs' Ins friend

J!.llIs testimony i is i-uillrd to the weight (ifantvil disposition within \1 r Payson save notice that at Per schr J II Gager-301 bales cotton. a variety of Sears, all of which will be -!;j and the the public in general lhat he 'l.a.<, become .
Persehir! Ann-G3 bales Propruttr .t tins
of deliberates in lej'-ciinz the : h II! should! oiler an ordinance cottOQ.JLtIlINE sold low, for cash only, byEDW.RD ( above wtll
allowed the asseveiatioiis men,
lItll to known house and will
be pleased! to trtcrtain
niul, m:iv lie consideu-d *s ; : Ordinaire Establishing Watch McCULLY,
!.11I. at the moment of exposure, turn states'tlence \Veoiilil over the ApaLic-hirob." ? IN'rEI1LIG' ENUE.I I-Vb 27 5Q Water street. any of the travelling community that may fairer
him with their custom and will
nr-ler thfinsflvt-s fiotn, w'el and \\'.\ mali severally presented al-o arCflrr.ml'-
Iii to s.tve jtitlico '
.tlf'oll dale resident l .
On Con i-Hlnellt. ':iJrder The bar will alwavs be

.l lf'.11'IIui"'IIHt.lr.l ( \\'{' cott, ho w- i.,hniciit of)oFendor! Who I : t I 1: t tli by' -ir the reijrriliorss Clerk; and a-1 on Cotiiulilnieri n.-tinii ot, I POJt-T r.p ALACHICOLA..lVbrnry2AKIMVED.- ) : 60 SACKS BONAIRE S.LThich will be supplied with genuine )limner* flf the chic; ..stquality.

inbiitiVK j justice.( The ; t sold low for ca* h, bvEDW.RD JOHN PATRIDGE
rr. hi: Mood by the ;.duiiniMration; of Mr.oik. :il Itl'11'. W} man, the same -- ---- - -- ------ -- --'- -- >
to CIllil di vices, and \ ; MCCULLY, ..palachi'da.ov 1 {, IS.:16.Upper ,.
and
just as lon; as the people! of Flul'Il: accepted. ,
io 1.111" in eliiilt- detection- (,fel cd t the follo*in.; resolution, Feb 20-TJ irk Cumberland, Powers, fm Liver- Feb 2G 50 Water street. Smvatmcc J >prints.

It u,'lin-to! MisMit: the frm ; but the reint .ls"el Eye: steadfastly fix i-il !' rI : ool, to Judy A: Cu. Sheriff's Sale.BY EAr>T FLORIDA.

in !his Stute. sireich'-d ( the Cleric! be and he is hereby :chr Eliz.ibfih, Chft, I'm New Orleans. THE
ih'Vfloj.tHPiits: own prorp't an uiipoienl: arm virtue of t of lien s-ubscnber take-this fcth.d l cf
Feb 2"2-15ri; Sidi ILuu-'t, Crane, fin Havana. a writ facias, issued 'from
M<* lhat oth'ce of it
JJ Pt""T I't-.tif ni'ist be raised, or a'lit \ I'/rig llermeiM.u; Thur-'ton, rill NVw Orlean. ic the Circuit Court, for
txui under the dehiMve Impe, i fill tlit- vrnric. < occasioned; by >liH' Cordova, Lowell!!, fm Gibraltar, to Dodge the county <-f Franklin, Western Circuit of Florida he has taken a lease on the aU.ve. csfab-

; *I'n4Ir ill be ret ii iiij in his tIII.C.iiee. I *> '* h'caulh'j; I -\eof I"( Mes-sr-- Guyon, Green and \\iy-' & Pratt. and to me directed, wherein David Webster lbhu.t'nt bra turn of.eau, and will be preparedto

Ii' Mr. Tuint-y ', he lC.O\"S': trc- (ifjietiMttintu t'athe! mvslcnes "ul. t o-i -, t.p"!; of -, and; 15r'u: Lyrd Storer, fm New Orleans. is plaintiff and William S. Nell and Henry accommodate all who may (.lvI'r him with
I I II. \h.-ll! and J"s.boru, 5cbr Ann, linger., I fin New Urlt'aoFI'll their tWJla4 As
; Allen are defendants, I have levied and pi regards the mrneral
v.nd will tiali.
,r.I.I !I" 2< vrti Jiv_ priiiriplf. t IIZ" Such hope rmst i on a found:it ? upon
l Ins'iectors. 2- lark .Margarett, Mclinde. Antigua offer for sale before the Court House door the tics ot the water, they cannot be surpassed bv
liencfoitl Ii I h", known as the: f.t'tiic of ;a visimi.i to W A & P C Kainsfhtp in
i
hi .
g 1 > II asItkf "J'r'' i t Hie "'inrii! I thtii adjournfd.uir.u. city of Apaljchicol, on the first Monday in any watering place ia America '1 t.e Spring;
)iJiiiintles. fin
: linger?, Liverpool
visiifd,
p< -f, ,,! //t. '!'ii-ntcJ, 'lull-plunder Dsmtr -I i" :I the wItl Plli.leul: 1 hi il Sclir Ontwa, Corsden fm New Ore! .tn". March next, 1S17, within the legal; hours, the will be opened by the first day of May. Charge

? /' ,','j." conijilioient' lu \\fI as I i.ext WOrl1 Steamer A IIglIt, Jordan, fin Chattdhoochec.teatnei following property, to wit: one negro boy named will be moderate, and every atter.t n.n will bit
\\ll.lt. Vutioti pros. And hhoil: : oflh. 2.j : Emily, Hall!, fm Columbus. Fleming and one negro man named Isum, levied paid to the cou.fort of all who may favor him
; iir JIME< RIMV a
'utl& !!-[.I"llh RIJu bicll. may; a*.ume a bohlne>s fiom I ; ; Steamer Peylona, (Jieer, fm Columbus.SteamerEnt'dula upon as the property of said defendants, and to be with. their company.
wicii!: he of :t. Crois: ia the 371h year 1 Thompson! fm Eufdula. sold to satisfy' said writ of fieri facias. FRANCIS A. IIUSO.V

AcqftTTAL o:)J 1R. .S\s.-The t.ial i 1 of jlIlllilYilh. fur hi* )' I II I SiedinerMary A Moore,Moorefm Georgetown..Steamer JOhN LUCAS, Sheriff February 27, IS dl;. (-3m___
IU I Goliiiubus, Stapler! fm Columbus. .
c Rt-v. John, Sri_ ';, a Meiho-li-t! Clersy- lo hide Idl (from Deity. of ihcinz.ns' of A1tlar.hirol.\, : SI<;I11 Viola! Van Veghten, fm Columbus. By his Deputy, BE.NJ. LUCAS. Marshall House.
Apalachicola Jan. 20
1'.I7. 3-5t
,
an \f NtW Y'Jrlcit .. clurgp l with an itn' ii-: < ult'rwil I the. viroi.rous and I of J. F. Farrior, Wednesday r, HAVING taken the above estab-

be 'ause rtMtiibulion I is ) CLEARED. hciilPs Snlc. i'?_ li-hment, (formerly Annisfead's Hotel
the) of ofel 41ea\'t'I 1317, JAS. A. An >i:\ was
( outrage, upon I person one is rorltt'l. The SU ])) anJ A. C. \VAGCL requested 1-Vb! 22-Ship Wdverly, Smith, for Boston, by BY virtue of a w rit of fieri facias issued from triiiipt_ ) I am now havn-j if neatly fitted

'it..i1'. members of hmI'''cIIizi.'gamion. war.i I Miurk \\ hel it is lea-t ; ii U Wood A: Co. the Clerk's office of the Circr.it Ccurt, for ,;: -a up, so that I may be able to make

II21 tins" The i the cfi'.iits au I Feb 21-Srchr Santa Rosa, Ut".id, for N Orleans.! the County Franklin, Western Circuit of Florida : all \ho call cornt'c.rt..be! and flatter
l to a Saturday. Juiy, S'Cil ; :
II \Vltl, th.\ : i in a few appropriate remarks Schr J D Gaser, Fowler, for New Orlean-. and to me directed, wherein Henry Allenis tnyselt with the hope, that tlos'tlO call
three hours lenderedrrhrt i iu li! hurtJl)1Z11 jilts of I PhigJ Feb 27-Hark Robert \\ tit. Johnson, for Liverpool may
rfunsiiltoiz :: "I:: ; death of our fellow citrA-n JAMES pl.mintuliand William S. Nell is defendant I be indurcd to continue their patronage. The
the r.,1 diffusion) of cii Hill Dawson & Co.
,
by
I iluf- they InJ agreel i to acquit I,< following ;entl>*ni<>n were ap.cjin- Schr Ann. Unjerfor New Orleans. have levied upon and will offer for sale before the Staces all stop with me, aid! in the abset.ce of
I labors of the I
ir ii.-i.-nd II'IMI the benefit oft I rl IPlllcrale ( l '. and re.--oliiiions: Jams Schr Frank: Kendric, for New York. Court House door, in the city Apalachicola) on either of them, passengers who stop here will

ml by jiviu5 I lo impiove: the rclinu. [; SchifiT-t and J. F. Poll Og mo- __, u __ __ ._ __ __ __ .__._ .__._____ the first Monday in March next, 1S-17, within meet with no detention aj private conveyancecan
------- ----------- -- -- ---
''Rr iloiihtji! OH the pait of several: of the of 1'i4.ty-i it may: hi (:c, ; the chair was added) to said LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT. legal( hours, the following properly, to wit : one be had by application to me. The Eastern

!'.rs" sing tlt' crimesnil :nci ; negro man named Fleming, aid one negro man Stage arrives on Mondays, Wednesday and Friday -
l Hit Ihi. is probaljly! at t a few moments fl.tirtmenf. they SHIPS. named Ben! )levied upon as the property of said $, at 7 o'clock, A. M., and departs on Won-

|l'TKui m tin- of that; -peculalivc : \iui : Jessie, Oliver, 679 tons, for Liverpool, loading defendant, and to be sold to sat i"fv aid writ of d.iy*, Wednesdays a.d Fridays, at *> o'clock P.
: riNii -\ daushtiv( of thc late which been < I has plca! !eJ an All Wise Provi- J Day A; Co. lieu facias. JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff M. The Northern Stage departs immediately after

'h. \\',1101h\ was "r on the rely dispo-ii- .lrs.i Jdleu's' -
) lc Jan. i'J, 117. 3-ot: same day, at S o'clock! P. M. TteVcsterni
lint Kuv cut down in the bloom
lur fiiher; fell at Monterey, \ ain"ff',1 sively diffused and honest : Cordov.i, Lowell, :333 tons, fur Liverpool, loadingDadge arrives here in
I much lo\ed all who' knew him Ac Pratt. Stage time tu take the Eastern
by -
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: i.ixt; w.-eU over the Jtl..iISf( neglected;! and rOlllclltlJ Sheriff's Sale. line, ard departs on Mondays.
chaiitable disposition honorable Dauut--s5! In: ':r;, GD3 tons, fin Liverpool, wait- Wfdnes-day-i and
means of! indulsm thtir enj.1. Griffin, ) Saturdays( at S o'clock A. 31.
1 rplrlrl: while I Ivini:; in the bereaved ujilinj. i1 i us-Matter. Ey this line,
.' ; liiphard(, ; cxjieriments:, all I i f"!e demeanor, has won the high} DARQVK9. vs. V Fi. fa. Franklin Circuit Court.Ja passengers will take the Mail Boat at Chattahoo-

"! .Shs r ci\'c. the names'lii'crev : lo aer'iire iheiii they loo I. mott lasting n-membrance. of this Coven.utrr, Patterson, 612 tons, for Liverpool, ;. Y. Smith. ) chie Apalachicola on Mofuidv-4! ar.d Thursday_

Iln'h Illsun.IEXI' I I I jppoitumtis I t I II'adinJ hay & Co. NOTICE is hereby tiven that by virtue of the A. G. MARSHALL, Proprietor.
tempting olrulII
Baltic Saunders, 395 tons, for Providence, load- I a Judgment of Foreclosure Octi,UT-J7
fruits ol other people's labor: : I : It while! we deeply lament the upon Ojiincy,_ IM'i. novN -:-lfOriiaiticsitnl
\-The ms-Wood A: Ualiou. I will expose for sale at public outcry in
\ and feel
: P1U\\TtRi AT I of oi": F > Sifted: and good,
seductive offer: fiijd: I IhcIScI"f' I,' Inc wuliliom we cannot part Carlos. nihat,323 tons, for Providence, load- the city of Apalachicola, on the first Monday i in Trees, Shrubs, ike.THEur.derriirncd .

1' Y"I: ( fm Liverpool *-
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e I 111\, t f'IIIJI]! ; rltitc"iul, I!I pleasure! I that we here! record our Cumberland waiting-1'O'I'rs102 J DayCI).tons, I deiendani in and to a certain steam boat called from the Nursery rt I Winters Jc. Co.,

rii IL) joudent of the l.l'tin :/ A MV3TEnvSTr.ANOiLT: : awl to the viitm hih* have)place won his fur him warm I in and hue Margarett, McBride, (2J: tons, fm Antigua, waitiiig -,I the Albany," her tackle, apparel and furni L. I ,3 choice let of Fruit and Ornamental -

one week ago, we leeorded} I : whose fortune it -\V A A: P G Kain.BRIGS. ture. JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff Trees, Shrub-4 and Plants
nal Lint. is datedL'J.NUO.N : :t fall those ,
.
BEN LUCAS
I the dead body of a man h.\1 i I i know. him I By Deputy.Apalachieola alHon g which will bl tlund Carnations, Tnlip

JAN. 19. 1647. tied in a coffee: hig: ali I I I we sincerely lament and de- CJ l D Lunar, Hayes, 260 tons, for New York! load- Jan. 23, I'vj'J.' :-:1 Honey Suckles) Ro
. [''iirec privateers: tiled from i port of Kt-t up I: It was supposed I loss to society, as a compa- in.-Win G P >rter A; Co. I White I'iiic Lumber For Sale. :, Paecnies, Fi;s, Vines, &c &.c.ll cf
: tie JI\I. | I -nd and a PeI tech gentleman, Pi-conic, Park 23S tons for New York, loadingNourse CCiCf'fET White Pine Lumber, which are to be sold ut invoice .
:111 mi toe 9Mi of J all.. l 4i. Thy I had, IJt'11 iiiunlered, but i j i ,! the we sinci>rely fymp.ithize Stone & Co. .' 0 jVJ\J\ just received schooner .j.nciit.H. ABELL

Hmh i Ihll"| hut have :open renamed achlnz merits |IITC; explained I the; ; *d relatueo and friends in his dad Clarion, lidbcock, tons, for New Orleans, loading Hunter, from Bath, Maine. per: Jan 1'J' C rner Ctie-tr! >ut ad: Wafer 'Is,
in .Si> : of the the.
regulations. name t .llc |j
I letters of There a'La' 1 I : we tu-nJer our moM cordial : \VinL Jones, Tyler, 220 toutS, for New York Jan 10 CIIAS. ROGERS & CO. Flower Seeds.
his
marque. names ate cot, age S'Jye-irs, W. ( :rem for hits kindness and : (.adtiis-Dodge A: Pratt. ---
p'l!( v.s. "VTOTICE. Six months after X a's Conn. member of for Orleans publication ot
bor. mil a to our deceased friend during Sidi Ilamet. Crane, 121 tons, New A
pin\ tie ((;.stihl.i, C.ipt.: Moody, 21! tons. and mo-t respectable (families 1 nIut j illnt'; I' loading U BI1 he.. 1 1 this ru.tice, application will be made to the and for sale by

(lien Ieial1 Scat: !.-he was' no other I han : ; the Editors of Ihe Commercial IIeiirieit.iThiu>ton, 1S ton, fin New Orleans, Hon. Judge Probates for Jackson county, bra Jan 30 J C .\UF".

,n del Cano, Capi. Smith 153 the disfmznisheij ( .- to (publish I these proceed-! waiting-Master. final settlement of the administration If the estate COFFEE; While and Brown Havana
s. 30( \ : a copy be aent to Ins relatives in Lyrd, -'Iun'r, 133 louis, fm New Orleans, waiting of Samuel X Spears deceased, late of said CUBA Jrj Sesars various Brands. Just arrTTcciper
lln.la The i individual id question ;' I \I.tl'r.t ClIUl,tv. ELIZA SPEARS
ald\fs, C-.pt.. Lash 103 tons, 20 of his life in the 1 scar Cirulertlla from Havana and fur sale
Iln.Jlpe 1 inland noon t ; : ------- -- = February 14, 1S-V7. 5-m Administratrix.S by B. ELLISON A CO.

iluee vessels cleared out at lie bin iu his old age his wealth :; FROM THE INTERIOR. New Orleans, for sale by Feb
20 I WJreHlrt.'t.
EXCIL\\GEon ALT for sale B. ELLISON & CO. a
I (if by
( M-imlla. hut all his I : J. DAY & CO.
J4QrJo'J u arc real) children, and nearly Aus'i' "ta-6 bales cotton to Lock-: Feb' 20( 2-1 Water street.
PrlvJteeriouthje bnwd Atlantic. taken away, and he became a ; Id boxes tobacco lo T Preston. on Boston I'ru'idelwet'W Florida Jloln scs.
--- Coluuuuh'k'-339 bait's cotton to EXCHANGE Potatoes. tierces and barrels, tor sale by
----- ed with many sorrows. ., ti more bought, and sight checks French IN

"ril SCCXE: IN THE SJ .\TE." he came to I this city, and w & Co'r .; 2 11.Iau.s.b\s md/e to A X McKay; on New York sold byWILLIAM 500 HAMPERS in fine order,just receivedand 15. ELLISON & CO.
V Feh20 21 Wafer
eareof those who think lhat entirely l fering from hunger, it so Emily-t'W' bales cotton to I) B G. PORTER & CO. for sale by ,-_ treet.

f!> ch importance i is attempted to be entered a certain dwelling for : : to Lockhart A: Youn?; 12 to lIar- Dec 3 Agents Bank of Brunswick. Feq 20OVRSE, STONE & CO. Salt.

heflj to the recent proceedings of the of asking alms Th ; 35 do and 7 bales hides to J Day Notice. JUST: : received per schooner Elizabeth from 1 C\C\O SACKS. car*> of British bark

"Ie' in the of Mr. Orleans Cov enauter for sale afloat
1titchii ,
case / 10I lhat'uutra ; that dwelling was; a widow, \ : p.tona-3 bales cotton to Hill!, i been appointed As- : by
undersigned having
e the lithe with I bales THE 20 bbls Flour; 15 'do. Whiskey; Jan 23 J DAY & CO. \oo-
lilerty the intiin-iie Youns 14
upon |press most terms II) to Lockhart fc ; ors Taxes for the city of Apahchicc-Ia, _
the person of the venerable 10 do deer skins to AlcKayj 1 2 bbls Monongahela do; 5 keg Lard ; For Sale
editor, I is family I in Connecticut arid (for (the present year, gives notice that they will '-
Mess Pork 5 do. Family Beef
5
Fe'J' nnag-nary: ; no such outrage having vas tin same with I th. t of I Ii 'j ( I'oriT Ai Co. AN sittend at No. 49 Water street, on Monday, Tuesday 1 sale EDWARD; McCULLY Z\ BBLS. Whiskey ; 50 do. Mohsses; .
bales to For ,
I h Ptrpelrated. Mr. Ritchie was entitled The friends of other days '," 1 Wm Euf.llIla-2d G Porter() Ac Co cotton; 34 to Wylie and Wednesdey, the 6th, 9th and 10th of Jan 16 by 50( Water street. U\J hit) Flour; 25 bags llio Ct-tFce, row

e lrvilee of tlie iloor the I I March for the of receiving the returns landing from schr Elizabeth, and for sale low
order.
by conrtesee cognized e:ich other, and a J lo Lockhart & Youn; 8 to next, purpose
Scour-whicl he libelled. As lrinlq csting conversation ensued, : !'i 1-:307 bales cotton to W A & Taxable Property. PLOUGHS. IU and 16, at Manufacturer's for cash, by
t.. Lockhart Ac Young; Kr2 t k I B) WAI. HONE, > B. ELLISON & CO. Jan 23OURSF.. STOXB & CO.
is considered .
officer _
: an thousand endearing City Assessors.
tb3t tip a : ,, 92 lo Xonrse, Stone A: Co; 9() to M. P. ELLIS S Jan 23 21 Water street. :- A. {FAHANESTOCK'S IIFl'Gf:, the
body, and as such, and on that childhood, and nude each of t j to Harper Ac Holmes 11 10 I M
find alone, admitted to Ihe floor. Thus happy. The only thought I:I !Wood Ac Co. ; i i nlachicola", Feb 2(5( 1817 7-2t Kettles, MilU and Cauldrons, a large best worm medicine now in ue, for sale by

11led hy the Senate, he libelled them. *ed ihe spirit of the beggar, Anz-it.,-77 bales cotton to Lock- For Sale, SUGAR most approved patterr.sf sale by Jan 30 J C ALLEN.B .

thy! in self! ri-upeet, have withdrawn bones when he came; to die. 10 do and 10 boxes tolncco t<, I I HIID choice N 0 Sugar ; Jan 23 ROBERTS. ALLEN & CO. THE undersigned continue make advances

lUlu corn lo N Biker; 453 kegs pow- 10 bbls Flour by Cotton consigned io their friends in Liverpool .
; courtesy which| ] | he| so wantonly posited in a 3Irallf1'C"S soil, ; & Co flO Platform Scales. !

leij But in lli., no rights of the press was. lhat he might yet be (1|I i -372 bales cotton to Sims & Feb 2 NOURSE, STONE & CO. C\ 121$) IDS. Platform Scales ; Havre, Boston and D.New B. WOOD York. i. CO. .

11\ded, nor Editor. of the Union kindred. His kind friend ; :' Lorkhart \c Youn Iffarkin Ink. Z 2 1600) Ibs. do. '

.nl" fro In any of the privileges accorded if her own life was spared; !:Oak staves, fin to Chipola J F Farrior.-10,000 white SUPERIOR article of Marking Ink, just re- 2 1600 lb. Beams, complete.for cotton wcighimr Dec 5 LLMKlor sale' Colurohiiji RoCULUHIUt \\. :

,/OtJIer Editor in the United States,- bear) should be fully gratified. Mary A Moore-107 bales cotton A reived and for sale by Fur sale by CO. ii. J AB-LL by:: Drug' let.
ROBERTS ALLEN & ,
-lth'UiIS frow the| Ueporier's desk, or Weeks passed oo, and the ; 37 to Lockhart A; Young. Feb 27 J. C. ALLEN- Jan 23 # :






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An Ortlirr.mcc, merchandise, and three.dollars on every hundred Stale Tax Collector's Sale. j j"O I>ry fods. I cOtiCCfi. 7LqaL Notices.2ai : ( ,

Yo raiV Heva-i*' fr :h- oft1 c'.ly; of AJMlachicola dollors commissions rokera, &,c.'V. Y vntaj I of! I the !no-.vcr vested in me by '% I rT t!!!E sab! rnbers ofii-r for a .'. /;', :tf'r Hi'r vrd'iined, That all urdinn .D >h ill[ e\j>. i foi sale b.-fore the Court Him o sr>inbj| st'k of Dry (Goods, consisting in .
f)r.> \-v.r A ). i-T 1 .ui..1 1 f. r \lOlLUE.-i noaitattcr&LteL( will apply Cancery---Iii
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*, r j'-uts of <.rdmances, conlhcting with door& 1:1: ilu: cjii;.ity ul Cuiiionn, on the ljrst j\Ioi-: part of _1 'b to the Hon. Probate Court of Franklin Conn for c
Oilier 1> ll tMVe. the provision* of I his ordinance be, and the same day in July net, the lolloping property situated Nero Keiaevs and Linses, for final administration Jackson Co
County, a discharge from the WESTERN !
Section 1fie it ordMiietl by the .1/jt/1"* and in (the of much thereof, as White CIR.WU.AT ,
;at e Meby repealed.: city St. Joseph, or so and Red Flannels, cf the estate cf John C. Perkins late tfslid
Council ttjl'ic vf.lptiaehiroltt, That the Passed bv Council, l-'cbruaiy 10, IS 17. will |ny the Slate and County Tax on the same Plain anal Fancv Jeans, county, deceased.JAS. FALL TERM' istfi
following[ taxn be levied ujio.i: all p.-opcily and U. S. HAWLBY, Mayor. forjtheyear 1SJ1 : Double t twilled I Tweeds, M. SHACKELFORD The Farmer's Bank of

persjiiivill! >ii: the limits of UK! city of A;>ahchi"Cola \VILLIVM YAL.i.nvu, Clerk. 11 Lots tnimproved valued at $"iO, purporting | Super f.incv Cjs.uneies, Nov. \2l IS Ib Adm'r.Apalachiccla -11-Cin Virginia,
at the rates a'ld in the :n inner hcretiiaUer t to b1WL to U C Allen's estate. S'iper 1 E: iglisb and [French ClothWhilnev -', vs. TilE
provided Tint 1 ujua all real property in I he city aiatl Silcs. IjiLot unimproved: valued at ")0, purporting Blanket"; ) 10, 11 and( 12ejrs.Duilil IVolicc. T horr.asM. White, admini'straftr I STA ,
\julachicoh, there .41.1\ ill\\ be assess-d :ri
llii! s.iii: of twenty-live touts: upini each: JL will o'.l'-r! for sil<; at public auction, at the L't n,liniprovel, v.dned at '"50, purporting) Denims, Kremlins[ anel Cottonades, BY Florid., will be sold in the town of uf Thomas Wdiani.3 -
aiul everyone iunJrcd d >llar[ ot the actual value Co'irt-hous : of Midisoa county, between the (I) belosig to F O Arolt. Brown Shilling i I I and Sheeting, ( Gad ek-n : titceased.IN J
Jutticey, > cei-i.ity, on Monday, the 22nd
t! ereof. lio'ira of( ten and two o'clock, on the Kith day of 3 Ldts improved, \alir-d at $30, purporting to Coton! Osiiabui's: of February next the following pursuance of a 'decretal order of
Sec. 2. />(- it fttrtJur vrdainrd, That upon : Iy iie'ct, I lie tlIovin tracts of l.iud, to wit belong to U JJev'erid;e'a c-.late. Cotton I Drilling I I a arid Ticking, Tom, Mary, Melissa, Chan, Miles negroes and viz : made in the above entitleel cans n4
all slaves, 1)1et4ue: carru.es, litiros a'ld: mules ihte S fl I section :fl, 1 Lots unimproved, valued at <.jO, purporting Linen and COt Ion Checks, belonging to the estate ait f Je'nathan Sally, ;he twenty-first day cf November t.

(except thoi used in licenced dravs) there shall! 1'he S %V of sect im I, I at 'IovIh1a j1 No. I to belong I to A I U! HlackweH's estate. I Iri-h Lim-n, Shirlmg i and Shoot) lug, ccasee!, ami sold fur S the of Thomas division dew of : !, among ether things it'ji'jcciscd
b: assessed ant I colhvtel! 1 the sin: of twenty-live( Tue N IV liL section 2.'>, { itiuge No 7, S & 11 1 Lot improved, valued at "r--JUJ, pnrpoiting to Bleac-heel Cotton Shirting and Sheeting, which the heirs will take purpose cluj! net ire. 'IVrrns, and! ctcrreeeS, that the urui>rjlippomttd
cents npo-i[
the actuil valae I theiv! I f. j jSec. I Tlie i F.: J oi"-ectioi: 1 Tow.iship 1HS, S & K. 2 Lotimpiovrd: \.dued at 100, purport hag to Exit a :a i sif: ; >-, plain md twilled Ginghams, caa Jan. 13, IS 17. jan23 2-Zun LO'IT.jOcfiesc cause: arid cliarged with the duty! 07* ,
3. KK il fitrl'trtl //j.1, Tint n; oi! i The W'i ef section( U, 1,11'J I belong to Win Crom\\cll. S'ipor; Ciisiinre! eVEoosse, account tI.such of the intestate's debt
each ani i every while in t1 K' i j'i'! t'litant over the O.i the iMh diyof May, at the Court-house of I i Lots unimproved, valued at $ /J, purporting Exlra s-iper \ltislin elc Lame, N OTICE.-All prrsons having c'ainis against h h.uc been |.re>ented to said Adminisf *

a.;c of Uve.ity-iine years wlio s'ull hive ic-idod Jc'llers'Wi co'i ity, the following tracts will bj offered t to belong to J N Copeland. English: S 'ole'li and Amenean elo.Suprr Mary Thomas, late of Cali''i! ,. ronaty, deceased in the period of two years from the eu
\vithin the corporate limits of t ii-s cily lor thiii) for sale, \n : :3 Lots unimproved: valued' at $ >0, purposing I Italian blatk and ligurc-d Silks! are reitic-| tod to present the same ably grant administration, and to ascertain
days preceding the p i ,jj&ti.i i ot thi> ordinance: The W i of-ec l.'J } to bel-.ng lo II K Call. Black Silk Cravats and farcy Hkfs, authenticated within the time prescribed by law, due to I the plaintiff' anel all other U1asatjfi

there shall; be assessed dul cslLtel I the sua ot t' The i: i of sec I 11 I, V Ii: Town.: 1 S, Range '>, E. 3 1 Lot-unimproved, valued at 2J'J: purposing Super English and I'ongce Silk I llkfs I or this notice will be ple.id in bar of their ricovcry ite/r3 of the inte-ftt v* ho shall have p

one dollar. The S i of sec 31. ) to beloig: to Win P Craig. En Ii-hand Ameri.-an Cotton I llkfs, out! all persons ind'-bled to sold estate, are their demands within the time mentj ,
Sec. 1. J>eiffurt1i"ror.liit'l, Ti.it upon the ThcN l of section: i Town. 2, flange 5, S & K.O.i 3 Lots iinimprovel: valued at i-fj'J' purporting Madras; and Vcrotn, head I 1 IcLadies' re.jueited to make immediate pavenenf.LTKE that the I.alc.rsigrted? i cause an advej ,
gross amount of :all site* uf t i >dware-, miTchandie the '2 >th diy oOIiy, at Ilia Court-house of to IK long to W Colijuit. Cotton Hosn I and Gents I If-bose, LOTH, Executor.O"lnep : he in eilrd ira a nenspapcr, published inn?

and lumber snlJat pnvates.de fs..a the Gad tfrstdayof I'ebruiry, 1 N !'*, tj tne iir-t day ofKebrmry for sdei/ : to belong to Col'iuit &- (irant. Cot tori and Fl.fr Thread, four weeks calling upon the creditors of S1intetateto

117, there shall( be jsju ed and collected In Township 0 North, Uvi? West. 2 Lots unitnpioved! valued at "jO, PUrPort aug Plain and fi/d :wi-s :and checked Muslins, | NOTICE-All perao.is havii.g claims azairut, corr.e in and prove their. deixuar4 -
the 3'iiji 'f Ici i'e.it. o i lins, i'u1ercr late e.f Jack.ion county, fore the iuItrsiaaetT, cor btfore the
one huidre.l dolliri[ of snl sales That ii| thcsroi annu'it! <>f all rotaim io'n or lee* of ; S J y c N W } section >, All of to bcl.>'ig to 1)V Dn'tois.'! \ / hive b'enelected; with great care in l authenticated, within the time prescribtd by Now, the under-i-ncel hereby gives c
every Auctioneer, (.'onru. ion .M.-rchant, Factor }t Ailed Section lo, All oi :3 Lots umiiiproved, valued at j), puiportingsf New York and Bo-.lon.tiom I uipt ters arid Agents l law:: or this notice will lie ple.id in b.irot their *B ttei 'JWrsun4 as have 1'reratvd thel
. or Broker, tliTa s'nll b.? as ee I an coikvtcd L L.w Alt of 17, to belong t to John 1 E D\vis. of Mtnufi-furor! *, at I lie lowest thai kot rates and I rec"ve-ry, ud: all! f Ii.-: .ons indi-bted to said eIate, ch-bls art? .f.nu!s ugain't The""Mich-,

the sum of oie: d lhr u.ioi oi.-li inJ cv :Ty one I In Townsliip '2 Nui'th. Ranije I West. 2 Lots t unimproved i i I, valued I at $50, purporting are! n >.v eiilered at ivhnlesalf cr it-tail on favorable are reuateJ to nvk" imrja !liato p.vment.JOHit his administrator within twojearsIromS
hundred dollars& 4l erent. That) u, .in all c ;ttun:I All\ ol S.oti 1:1:I 17, I IH of not pa *iv.; I krju4lI I ti! ni L lnf prs is eii: i elin I t Fractional Section .l, | ::2)! Lota unimproved, v.il-ud at ;:10.1. pu.pt iting I '), IMii. t M I Water street. Jack-'Jii. Court; Jm. 3: I"! I'J. jir-3 "' -Cm h hdurehiia at Mananna, Jackn county, r

refillir CUniSttI b'H'nes.in I m which a O.i the 31-t d.ty uf Miy.at I the Conrt-ho-ise ofJackn r to belong, to John (J (iirnblo.s I aL4ui1s t, on tr Ufore I the tir-f day e.f March,A.nV.
taxes have notb-en( pudI'lef' .i ill! I IKaiseb -d aI I ; coTily, th follo\\ii.! ; tracts will be oltor Lots, unimproved, v.il.iod'I at 10 jurp1(faa; G UEEX: : & CON'NEIIY, No. :{ii. Water street, 1'or ISr 7. FRED'K R. rlTTMAJ

and collected a I ti\ tf t\vj c> > n1u toil and I lered sale, v iz : to belong:a to F (1; Gibson's; etah e. have juil l. rot'oivcd' and I oiler; for sale -HI I E t: .Mother'- Present," MIt ..f," May Special Master in ChantiJ,!
every bale. That Noitli. llinirc 1 II 1 %Vest.ll :2 Lots unimpioved!, valued ai *5'J, p'irpoitinj I 12': :) sackCreei Ilio Ci.lK-ee, (new crop :) JL Flowe-r- Christian Kc p-"ke- M.rianna, Janai, 1M7. janSO 3-ira j jCaihouii

l)1i .. > i, or ivti: <;Tei toE acA j Section 1 S i and NV' }, an 1 to belong' to E G (;a1 cflWud.I 100 barrels Northern arid We-tern I Flour ; '. Fr'entUb |,"s Ofi.-rnu," '. Crin.stiiia-, i Li I,4'lfltflS,," Circuit CourtT
count: of any bin\iti ri-it iti s i i it( <;1 the tint: S, JjunJN 1 F.: } tfS.e '!, \V } of N i: J Lot im-'ioved, valued at i&V, purporting to 20 > Old HerUlied Whiskey ; V/ordsworth's Pofir.-," Poetry uf the* Pas John F. O. Thomas ;
of this State, or for uvmt ti ,i1 f a i\ i idivid'i.ti: residing | S 1 j ol i Sj--tio.i( :;, Section :'H. belong to James GolinG ; [.II) ) boxes ts lute, pid I ant !blown Soap ; ?iois'Girns .'raui Ainerii-d Poems the vs. )
4 o'ltol f the j limit* oi this Su? -, there si-iJl! N i ol I, SV { of Section 2 !, L'.ts u.iimir.n-ed; valued at isjO, purpoitingto 5 hh.Ls N. O. Sugr ; 5do Mu :ovadodo;: Do'jnct of Flowers" ilnntuosnerv and Byron's, Marnel.: Thomas.TMIIIiompUmar.r. Bit for Djvcrce.

1)3 assjs J and c-'lli-ctod t'u VMI ol I UvtiUtiveV: & \V f xi fl: ) S h:df of 2li, b'i! to R jbei t Gaml.le. J?) casks; I'icon Sid s arid Shoulders ; P ocm ," Poetry of the I !hart," Elliott's: Pe I / has leave
cent* nwa each ami i ver> t'.isimil I d tliars sj and W i ol S E S&NiVlSeC2t| :2 L its I impiovud, valued at !?IO.J, purpoiting to 5 I llarns ; e-ms;," "Christian 3ii.i-.hirV"! I the FItralGitf.', I Jt.d bill which waclone.. to fdesuppU

pirc1iaed. That ujniicjnh: a'id *-Vi'iy I IIH irance I :ScIioi: (;, ) AH e if Section 2'S belong to I'div.ird] 1 11 1 u din's et site. 20 biircis Claii'dcd Sugar ; the Marria ge Kin-," the "Caskft cf Jets -Is,", I the-ifiaf-tton}; c.f. the Court that It apperfC
Coiniiy; anl ion; t-very Aw.it: uf t a i liH'ira'ice Allot l I Sect 2 Lois valui-d at 10 boxes Loaf do the det,
I 101SVJcV'iolS 7, All I 1 of -JO, unimpiejve-d $50, purpoting ; Lovest Thou !Mc\" and the Flow \.s'.." rMi.ln i.'it <.f the We-t
Company, tljorehill! be JNI-S. } -4::4 1 c llvcled i 1 Kj, Allot! 21, to belong to S 1 K I lodges. 50:) Sperm Candles; c comprise a p-.rt of the above now ofii-rrd for sal: i< rdem! that said d'-ler.tant* rn Circuit ol Finn
lortv dollars. Tli.t u, o.j Ihe: : ru-4 JM .:iU: .; j Section *, 1 Lot uinprove-d: valued at $1O, purporting! 20 barrels X 1 E K-irn ; by J. C. ALLEN. tr.d the be reiiinr U
all receipts fur wlurlj. .*, Ill I TO i'lall !i.' j --i-"C.I KiofS W }, Sec t H, lobelo'igto( \ I llulland. 10 White's IiltimoreGin! ; Also larce pear ; answer hill of complaint, o
a aasoriirerit uf fir
( tltt Shool and Toj >t Mdi.day m March 1
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and collected tie! -tin wl t-'i cents 01: ea'-h .t.i: i ; N vV J of :Sir!ion J' I I 7 Lots n.iinvirovc'd i valued I at 10, purporting a 10 Dome-tic) Ur.it.cJ/" ; Cooks, suitable all the dillL-rect e.f dill. therrcJ, the suitl bill shall I17.be and in !the
every hu.ilrel I dilljrs. T.nt: nt; :.i tli.j j.sx; \V &Sl' iifSec 12, to belong to A K I Hill. JO X O Mola-ses ; d ren. ages Die 2 VSIMIIXG and that hw rder he taken pro cia
amount of receipts l'r -ill cU n co-njiriss.' thoru I 1 I 1"shillbi : Jol \ W J.St-'C: 1 I, Allot'C! 1 Lot Uiiimprovcd I valued at $50, purporting a tob. 5.J; boxes E mlish Dairy Chec e ; t .ritt this State for published m some

a4C4d and colt.-'t.'l tlie >.ini of buy i ]] ( Section: 1:>, lon-jr to U S Haw ley.I 30 pieces Kentucky: IJjgging ; 'N''S ()Nr4Y. d c/rdere! (for lie stid 1 two months befoay
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cents on Mch and every hz 1 Ir.t l.'ll ir*. j AHofof 1 7, 31! Lot unimproved: valued it <)0, purporting to 30 coils Hope ; earirGEO.
Sec. 'i. Re: ilfin'l'it'fH
Lawyers, Phy-iciatu: and D.iUft.iere >'i I Allof '' 10, | Allot- ttJAHof 31, 2 Loliiiiiimpiovcd, valued at $30), purporting; *sO bvsand hlt.bxs (new crop) Mai. Ilaisins;; ju 12 c cz1-T & :s Jude of SoTithern Circuit,
be assessed ai 1 collecte i the vrjj of OIK* dollar, All of '_' !, to belong toG( C S Johnso'i. 10 '' L'-ir.on- ; 41 CEDAli STilCr.r X. YORK Prestding in the Western Circa
A
true Test
upon eacli a'id every li'Vidrod dJlarsul tiicr annual In Township! 1 No'ith,, Hanze 7 We-f. 7 Lots improved, valued at $300( purporting t to 75 Maritae-turr-d: Tobacco ; ( cop v- e.)
professional! income.Sec. Fractional Section II 1 I, Fractional Section 21, belong to John Jetikini'estate.. 2' cases j-sorted I Pickles; Deg leave to inform Dedersin Dry Gvuds} that II- W. Rovvr.f.Y, Clerk C. C. C C.

(;. Re it ftirt'warJ-iinfif. Tint n;>nn all All of Sect ion 2J, 3 L'JS! UiiMpio! : valueel at $10'' >, purporting 30 irrels$ Mackerel, Nos 2 and 3 ; they have received, and are now exliihifir.tj, at Calhoun County. Dec. 21. dec26 4
Pilots there shall t lu usr,Printed Calicoes,
'\oI 4 a. 'i CI1iO7uCireiiiiCoiirt.
dollar u;,on c.ich and i-ivrv' lii.drit d.Lir, otsh a.1'i Nfl 1)\Ve.'INaiIS\V i, and Ec 1 L'/t ummpiowd! valued at $10, purporting) t to 20 boxes assorted Syiups ; (# IN Of
EX COCIuT-DI.CE3ZBER
their annual incoiif*. S; F. J Sec C.. All\ of Section 11.Tlics 1. belong: t > JoncvV B.I--S. 20 J chests and bj.xes Gunpo'.vdcr and fly Compri-'uig all the TERM' 1

Sec. 7. JJs it furl'itr nrJtitled, Thit npjn >* lan( -', selected for the State many j ears 1 Lot I unproved, value I at $">0, purporting lobeli'ig s>'Jii T ..s ; Nvt'; S)1ig tyIt Cli-abtth Li Chancery.
each and every d I >,; then si ill !i.u esi.-d and since a.id Iv 111.5 ii: agreeable neighborhoods', ale to J liaaaevs: c-late. I 10 J chc-;- and boxosPowchongTeas ; Of riii'i J-'r'-nr'i tot! /;/*-, i.e .'ffni"fuctnrf : MoSrveJe. )'.

collected the suai of one d'tJljr. v eI.y \ duable.TEUMS 1 Lot i m-ri..vvd, valued at $-.2)0, purporting tobeloig 2 half I pipes! Old (Cognac Urandy ; which, in a-Idii'on to ttir!: u.jai slcrk, r.'kr'\ S { %vL11gri; 'MtBryth.j ; Bill for Disorce.
Sec. S. lie il fin Hit f arlalnr.* Tint *>vcrvhorseor l : ;:-"One-fourth ca-h, and the other (to J P Loeke-y. 10 bt-kels '' Ileidsieck" Champagne ; their a >!i! ::icut one t f t ti,< -t autilul and I' ,

male broI4ht into lin-nty far site, dls.s th reef.urths, I in three equal annual I I in-talificnls;, 1 Lot improved, valued at $30, purporting t lobt'longfj 50 keg- Nail assorted -izes ; attractive i i.u the city ; and having jot been pair that aPVi.armn the Wendant; to the sati-faction, of the C
be subject to a tav of thiet- illarto !u : with intere-t from the date tt f jlc. payable aininlly t I Djctor La-ig. 2" bbs Pilot and Navy Bread ;
and collectej as prnid-J for ji sjftK, 11 of i ( in advance ; I the purchaser to give bond iI I I, 1 L"t a improved, valued at !$?J, purporting to 'j tierces new Ilice ; CASH AND SHOUT CKIDIT, SMC onl!oi.fotentfj'tlie State J be of Florida : fo It is ordered and'anw th

this ordinan with app; v..I: security ; or i if any purcii.is.rhall belong Abraliam Low. 20 kegs arid quaiters new Enck\vhaat ; Areollered by th pie. -e ar f package on the s'tirtfttrms the till in thiscise-on reemrrid appear
Sec. 0. lie it fttrtJi-r ttf'l'i'n, That I all ncr- ..h prefer t'y pay up I the whole price in cash a 3 Lots mirnpieived! valued at .C30, purp'itiug: :2J> baiiflXorther OatApai -'. ;tt and below r-ianttfaftnrer's pric s.s NIl> artJ the "rt Monday iir
th-l.wU
sons residing beyond the 'i /j 11 uie< uf the nt'y of dieounthall) be allowed of five per cent oil the tobflongto I 1' Lat hroa. ; t'he.l.t.| IV. 5, l-ltj.1 CatjIocnc of piL't-s i: (corrected daily,) are takeu, m thereof, the Sahil .ini!
Apalachicob, who f' ne i i'o the cilv to carry e n Ciedit instalment? 1 Lot improved, valued at $59, puipor'irig loIielon placed lit lie! hamlsdi bmtrs. pro conr'esso. and it is further ordered:
their re;uhr bu tl.e s.ixne JOHN HEARD, ( to C 1c Etiran. "UNCN' KOPM AN has fur sale : PurchasM will i.ifortr. them-srlve* *f the fate this r.tice be |>ubli htd in some newspapc
tax as is this cjidiniiice lii I, J.1: Enzli-sh and American Prints of the nsaikcf and I-- th.j State fr r the 5f.Wc t1 t three me>nihGEO. ->.
imposed by iisines well
: m <; Register rf Public Lands' lor the 9 Lots ii.iimpioved; valued at !:%:7), purportisig: ; re.aidfur an examination
; and property of pjrs n- n- idi i ig th.>rdi.: Sttte of Florid i. I lo bc-luii (to Win P 'daloiie.I Imnhazia and Silk Alpaca; even if thu-v tb nit purchrte.L ; %V. 3IACREA.

Sec. It U. B it'further urJ:li-iinl, b'i.it! it 'hallbe T.IIl.h5ee, Feb. <1, 1 17. febr; "'-3tii L i.. ':.ipreivc-d, valueelat jO' purpciting tobi Drad Etc* and colored Canihri ; &. R. have pcv-ulir-.r advanatf! the duty of tlie City A-- -v>rstn ii.ie: <:
inquiry as to all )rerR'; In1-! tn t-ivtlia-i; ; tot Sr.ilt' Tax: Colluctov's Siu. J 1 L.it ,improve i, value-el at .f'"0, iurpol tin; tohelo.14 Negro i'a'rcvs and Blankets ; LEES BRE.VSTER, (A True C'u-Te-te. )
put tie! !iece ary !'i -, *'id t i'c'! all n> ii m"i ir fertile i. 1 Lor :Art'on: Clucks: : and Flannels ; Caulhrnn (.otiTufy. dctLii
; ; n 1 tcr d ite, I will eoe| to sdc at publio outcry t- unimpiMVi el, valued at $ J, purpcrlingtobelong -
purposiot obtatin: Ill ait accurate r turu-s, ; opio-Mi-| (lie Court i HDII-SI i d jor in the city e.fAjulae'lnrola to \1uaaeiI.rtr.. Linen; anel Cambric: I Ha-.dkerchiefs; 12. 1::2!isuu *\ ('o., 12 1 IVaJcSHIP lcti $ Viaiitery---riiahiinCij

and to tnalce the a<4w >in-j.rit oi a -Jcd> that will the futlowitu property, to vi it : 1 Lot ii.iproved, v.dtied at $10r'', purporting tolx.lj.il : Ho,i' iV of every de-e-iiptiori ; \XDLKUY. Court.JJ .

bear C'l'Jilly 0:1: all, as near a- in.iyb-. Lots No-. U and 12, block Fl, in I the city ol: : t t-iV ru I'at rick. Str.i\v Uo.nets and V.'ouleii Hooils ; M\'siLL\f .! IIet.t; > Ct.rkc! .> of all izc try V.ria :ton, !liv ht r next "
Sec. 1 1. neilfurl'urofda'nifd, Til it the Ascisorsslull -?- Apalachicola, propeMv beloa in loCallioui&Uass. : 2 Lots unimproved, valued at ;;30, purporting' Kiel Slippers; a-.r! Walking Shoes ; I i U'rr-.lirie, Marline, Sj.ivi-; tren.1 ek.ahK. Wood
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sj >j mike oit an alphabetical li-t of ail the jer- JOHN LITAS Sherili! ; :2 Lots u iii.iro\ed; valued at >>U, purporting Calf and 1 Ktp iJr g.ins; do, Lii.sef! elo, fT-nv do, Boiled do. Jpirirs? Tnr11111(101 IVilliarri E.v- .
b sons linkings-nli .Muru<<, <)c ItiMel t p.iy taxes''k a-id ex-'Kli'Mj Si Iitc: Tax Collector.Ap.d.tciif (to bj.oi/ Judge Popc.I Calf, S. .1 Skin, Hip and V.'aUr Proof Boots; *, P.unfsViaJow: Gla s. I'urty, White N this Farriuglira. J
Lead !lied do Y,*Ilovv cauk.it to the Cf
nrf
Oc'ire
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Fine Silk and Fur I H.its Chronic :rfn, I appt-arm ,
intliscity, with tiijamtiit of fi-ir re.iive i iassessmsnls -la, St.. -12, }1''<. 'iln Lot unproved, valued; at 'i1'', puriorting[ to ; EiiifraM! hiijeriat do. ChrorwV llttw.! Verdigri davit i'f Cmnpiaiiuiit duly made, Ihu't the J
u.iier the a.ij A iiKas.: >rtMfiit tf f Ready M ub (
tteid- shall'! Clothing,
\>t I.I.T belong to \Vin I D Price. LitlW.tv.
fnifrli! t fcncLint
DriSfht Vtn.-h William JI.
tr. Cst Farnn.
forthwith report; I the si-ae i '" i ni II! t::aij' Tax
proved or correct-1 1, as tli C i iiciln a.ijI direct.SiC. !<>. !;i-ong! : t:) laJJK: liOuiiliOM.; Apalichic.ila, Due. 5, I IG. '-*. Yarni-.i ala), T.ir-l.*, Sr.il> fo. ('!'rni it':L (t ither l >*toir rderd that be FIusj
1 !. Ii: H fu-I'rdc.Lfiz' .!, 'i'nil when: j BV yin ic of liie; pe>w r ve--ted in me by law, 2 Lots improved, valued at $50, purpoiting i Lnmp Chuck! Ciak! Wn;:li.ny, Hu.--i.i DcEn: ?- aecortling to law frr tune puLUcaticn b*
the Slid tav li-t s'lill' htv i alter d I iVI I shall expose tor 4ilo belong to F A Ross. A C A 22 21. I''ti-li do, Coi too tic,. I Ift- ivy ii aven.s d .at tic>. !nnnthi in

Council, it I'laii ii-- pl.te..1 1:1 thj i luiii-i of I th-i.I I,.fire tilt: Couit I II I juein the city ejj Apal.iiiK I- 3 Lot unimproved; valued at 30, purporting \T SEYMOUR takes this; method e.f inhnning U'hite, Iflot08(1 It d flnaa!fI : di, paper aid defrid.titt published viiliun thi Circu.t.direftifij
Tax Collectoi who snail: pr-jee-'d t.< < i-vt! fioj ,!.'. I rriinhii: Ciniy' the lollowin dtf-,cnbedpiowity to b--l >,ig to A Ryan. ,2. a a th cIiiAriis of Apalacnicoli and ii lis: tIn Tacks-, Ship s1).P.:!; }>oaf tlo. a s. rrw :_ s Circuit Ce.iiit to .upp| <>ar at the Spni.ij Intl't
Jack Srew Aueiior. I, to he he Men the
same uider the f .ilowi.i I' 'hi to tlic: Aalacucoli! Lir rid vicinity that he his removed down the Iliiad-piki. Cmr'-t.ai 1! in ccuraTiLBti
j>nisnri: % vw; :-l'e ; 3 L'it u iinnrnv.: d, valued at $7), purpoiting on cornerof Ilirs, O. i-, r.Ioslv.inv. .-, Jib ITankHi I d and ai\ver the said! Bill < r then
Tax Collector hhail a't.i 1 C:; >: orsj m'i<.'h! 1 therci/t as will the Water .ti.d Centre streets and feeling, thankful
.it SJEIS C'Mvea.-ciiit; : iijany pa} I belong to \Viit Rowlett. : Pain,.*, !I'ck Uav-i! (.VJ.tr do. I've?; Br.'oian.. may be taken oi i'e.n'e---ed a ainsf him.
place ia ai 1 city, fur tu! NI, of ufleoa div ?, i iIrora State a-.d; County Taxes due th'Jieon! for the year 3 Lois uni:;., rove-d h, v.h tn'd at J3')), purporting; far the patrol': age heivtolorcfxteruled to him, (Join ilo, (.' fj'.ki'JT' %r-'lt! :;i, Sdrviri? I!o, Ax* .*. A.v GtlU. \V. MUlJtl Jud
Uo'clic!;, A. M., u-,1il I1'iA, 1'. M., ISI'5 s : to bl! >ng to Rervi' Cwl-juil & ( rat. he i..>!:ct-1; renewal: of thermic*, by offering toou IltrKi--, hooks dud Tltintblcf, Box Uook IJaie: tic a. A Trvpv. ,
each day, ( uvin preao-jih gv'ei:itu dajs notice Wharf L ts No-" 7, S, 0 -100 feet ea=h.L' 1 Lt uni-nprovod, v.dued at"r'0, purpu tin; I lobi.l } n very neat and select Stock of GOODS, cur I.sistiaa I. C t:1: rjo. Colteui '!o, Dif i!.', F-h do. Cau'knw \V. VALLEXC, ClerkIsl'i.
,) to i receive | ayn".it; of! tixv-? ; .r.il if, at the ls 0; and 7 in Jjlock 17. )iiu to llob.-'r-on & Ev: .rett.( i in part as follows : Iron Ma'iH :.j I'->(H. \T.TK; S-ike?, I., $cr.:I- let-errulr ';. -
expiration: of said tiltee-i d :\s., A y tax s'ljll re- Lots -2, '{, t, .'), 0, 7, b, 'J, i in Ulock IS. 2 Lots unimp-.ved: valued ut $50, purporting Cloth and (Cissiinert-5, various vtvies.Fai."y HTS, I'uiv-i I hi.'er5. Co:: 'k-> Ladies! Tt rm,"ifor-. jinlC( (-3m

main unpaid, l l.'e shill prj.-f.i t-, -ollt-ct the ; Lts I 1,7, S, l'j, 1 11,1 >, 1-3, 17, Is, ii Block F 2. to be!'>*i'4 t J l'2iiieaRtndall.! : Piints, ti:,. do. Seine Divide do r*, C onhI's5. Kid'! Needl s ruil Twh.% Fi'iIi3iii Circuit Court j
amount originally a s-jsied, fnn all 3.lia1bacals, Lots ', 7, H, I 11 I, in Ulock FJ. 1 Lot improved: : val'ie-d at .fjO, purporting: I tobtlo'ig Alapae-.x Luitrc' ; do. Figured. Pump do,, S-wti fJliovi'Is alt'Uautiii.'H.I I .i 1Ifl.?, itatchetr.Ki sin*; Leather; Roberts, Alien &C(). "| ]
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with the adlition ot U prr ce.t. thereto tur the Lot :; i in !Ulock D?. to (G.f-rgo; St CLiir. Silks, GrcM.li* Ryne.el A ugur-, Pit me-1. ll.iisJ--.ivv.-, i ,nbI''iII: 1 i..d-i\v hIt. vs.Fieaerr { Petition to Fnrecla,

first month, 0 pr c. Mmfellado. File.*, Rat T.li! ilo, fmn S ,'i .re?. Cu, ?board Lock: : llent, antI ( Mortgage, i
percent, for tli! a third :n < ih: u-d t! i per ct-ut. Lots -2, :3, 1 (i, ', *, 0, in Ulock 1.L' 1. to R M Ste-.vait's c-tate. Satin Slripeel. Mock do, Hooks arid! ?la-i-;:! f!in? 1'.xrlioek,. V/ui. C'. Lmrej 'e. /
for the fouith in ,nth, if and 1 a-ni'i.it siiouid: sn, ,ts 1, .j: G, 7'S ia Block S. Lots unimproved, valued at $100', purporting I to Fancy Cashmere Robes U'ooel Si\v; Pendant Ila'.IvardHand;! 1me:5. rpiIEictei.eant-! hereby noticed of It*'
.-. lonj remain mpiid, as her i.j.ilt.r pr.jvid' Lots 1 to 10, in! Block iy. belong! to I Himilton Smith. elo. M.1:1110: do. Deep Sea do, Los do. Ki-b di>: Hand L,*.ida. I'.t _i- stititiori! of tie .ibnre smut, hy pe-fitiontoir1
Sec. \\Jis it jV/'rr ar-lawd, hut the! Lots' 1 < 3, C, 7, S, 0, 10, in Ulock 1 21. 1 Lot ti'iirnprovod, valued at $50, purpoiting I eld. Delaine d I. S -a el<>. Hieft do, U ar do. Ku rtef ,iuiit.5. 1ie their cerf.ii'i murtenr** effed, bearing t
Tax Collector Lots .1 ', o 7 ) U in Mu-lins Chalk Line*. Pork Pit-. I.i* JSooks, C'an > de the L3ek otO"te 'wr i
i hereby vented with the same .i S'J, UlockJ'J. to belong to George* Stewart. India Book. :> day > I> 1. nI t .1 certain *
power and authority i lo mike dires! ant ajj of Lots :'J, 1, 3, 0;, 7, in Hlofk 13.t 1 Lot mi-nprov-d! ; v.duail at $50, purporting I to ,' d.i! Swiss, Luu and Colortil. Tools Belaying, .Saini'-on; PinTin: P.1Arc V/arc, .('reicltery\ C4rentei'5 Mlb-el th r -' Orfgnn," tu secure the pavmat
property of delimj'iLMls who in iy nut Jiavo pjid I Lls : i 1,5, 0, 7, -, I in! Ulock 10. belong to J S'.vde. E Igings, Li-le, Cap and Thread. Jan il, L>17. c.A1ictjaCllIC.t. tie! irna.ffl:'K. >. And that at tl.e ne\t Jf
the taxes due thud city, as n n.nv v---leJ in Collectorsof Lots I I.i b), :-i Uojk5J.LU I.I I. 1 Lot ii'innprovel? valued( at $2'' : Shawls, DmnkSilk.do. let in of,- aid court, 1 will more for a judgrw*
taxes .fir the stite by iMf I Ib: s-ruon a I 1'J: : 'i, 7, 9, 1 10, in Illock 3. to belong Waller Thon/p oii. purpciting Marino.ln. ( vocerbs :mtJ S111O zi:; 5t0 : cs.

of an act of I the Lgi islafivtj Cuii'iil of the Tcivi- Lots 2 to lo), in J5I'.ckJI.:: : S Lots impioved( valued at i2): ), purporting to I ( Plaid Wool. COFFKr, J.vid"! XL Duniiuo al!o, A. G SHMMES, A't'v Petitions
tory of KloriJj, entitle A'i A--1 I to raise a Ue- Lots 0;, 7, *>, :>, 1i l, in Block liS. belo( :ig lo E I : J Wood's e-tate. Kid, Lad-and Silk I Gloves.TuskaiiGipey JL\, Northern I'l.urVVtfrn ala; ?! O St-rar, Ap.dach-obJaii; I'st

venue for the i'erriturv of 1'J >ridi," approved; the! Lots to I in, i.i: flock Jl. 2 Lilts improved, valu-d at $20'J, purpoiting to ;I Ueinnet-, latent fashion. St. Croix do, Porlj Kicj elo. Vouo.? Hy on T si,
22d Nov. 1 5 ; and th'jo.v.ifr nf r ,:i.jrty whirl; Lots 1 to0, in Block Ll. belong to Iff/ R Wood.I Ribbons I in all I I varieties.Brnwn Hyson ilo, Po\vehoiij! d!<>, So"chwrij'clo. lMiien! Isi JiK'Uoion Circuit Court.SI'llNG .
may bs sold a-jr--eably l to s.i1 act fill be entitled I Lots 1,5, 7, b, I/in Ulo'-k J.JOIIX I L'.ts improved, valued at .'200 Sairt in..', 7-* 1-1 and 3- I.th. I. llutter, Chv ? -, Lard, I'seon: ; !J.in Sid--t Sh' n- TERM, 1M7.Attachment .
to redeem the same in aie' -jirn' ni'n--r ai u LUCAS, SherifF belong to CamotVewdruff.. purpcrlingto Uhiched 7-s, ::5-f 1 1-t, 10-1, 11-1. ;tier''lIs, Mi and>!aaC I'riine: WliiAt-v l'ork.: M.and Prime C'-t-f 1., Qheldredllsrhard ILumij's' ,

provided tor in i\m\ provision* of satd a-'t cf the: and cx-0'icio! Tax Collector Franklin Co. 1 Lot lea!III provel, valued ut ::3u"f p'irpoitiiigto( Blankets, <;-1 I and ',- f.Ingriin f. I [erring, utiatd and '1oago.s L\lchrat.; Cod Shtd Fi4m, 't'oozue Sulmao n. v. for 51:2: !) OH
Legislative Cuil. AuUchieoI| i, Nov. il! 1 >> !I';. -1 1 I iOmLF ; belong: to Ch.trlcsVi1ri.. i .iiid: Cotton Carpeting. I'cjper, C.tI.ups. P1er Stue Ohav. Trrpp.: S

Sec. 11. /; > il furl'iT onl'iiwl. That the: :2 Lots irmnprovc.il, valued at $"JO, purporting a Carpet Bags.II..ts Capers. 1'icklts, $o.t Surch_ fo'oaeco., Na z;. TilCdfifondant and all other intvrerteel'

Tax Collector siull t In held re; 'i.a..ihle for the. C) I.\ b vesManufactured,' W L l1oaii 1C" lo belong to J D Vestcot I. I and! Caps, all stvlc*. IJread, Pilot do, Cratri.er, Vinepr, Dried I'ruit -, the institution ot this suit
full amount of the tax !it h n lel 1 over t<* him f collection, unless rele.i-i.-d Clothing of f all I 1 kind,. Hoot, Corn, Uats, jjtirk.vvhfiit Miutard. Circuit Court tom Jackson and :
by tJu Miy.r add b ) 11 i half boxes Manufactured ': W Price" Brand.3'J to b.-long[ 1 lo P D Woodruff: Uice county, ap
Council upon; ..IDA'1114 that h'j n--l diK-ddli-j do. 1 Lot unimproved, value-el! at .7J, purporting to Also, a iu-.it little assortment of Jewelry and For JaiiiJ tale by U. ELLISON: vV CO ar.d plead !o the declaration flied in said ca$
gence to collect the sunai: 1 in tki.j. a full iid I :i4 "W Hirlo'.v" belong to William Wat. many other article too numerous (to mention. 21 \ ?treet. A. II. BfSH. Pitt's Atf!

complete return of :jll delm j'i -tits. l'J2 "> b h i .-. "J \.Morgan" 3 L'jls unimprove valued, ( at $50, purporting Call and examine for .ourselves. B OOTS, Shoos and P.nnjans, by (ha case; riann.i Jan. II, 1 17. jau'2S 2-3ra
Sec. 1. licit fiirt't'f uni.tinitTii.it evory l-2 Ib Lumps. t
persjn residii: nithiti tlie oity for three month's ? boxes Mi'iufactured J W Morgan" Brand I Lots I improtied a I, valued I at .c 1,500, purpoiting i I to Nov. 1 11 1, ISI'j.AINTS 3 1 ott's, I toys and Yuuh'-! hrogan ; MOFKATS LIFE PILLS! AND PH in the year shall! be coti-ulcn-d and deemed! au in [ tuiiifl. j belong to John, I 1) Gray. AND OILS 50 tine s.w'd Brogan s; just received and for sale t

habitant thereof, and all MI-I! of his or her ;personal ."> bixes NJI])oboi's | IS.VAC JACKSON, Sheriff P ; 2i) ) gills Winter- kegs Oil No 1 WhiteL"ad Is iMcn's peed; Uoe.fs ; Nov ->5 H. F. ABELL, Drug
properly' held, pn.j-f -d, u sewed Coots; -: __
Linseed (Oil 50 hxs
assorte-d (]
in the city, as nny cjiii n id ;r the des?iiptionef; 5 boxes Mantit.iclure-d December Oil, l ', fi'c -lOGins ; la--i ; 5ou Uw Putly Kussct JJrojjjnj. Forsale by IT'OLrKIl'S; OJosaonianor ill j1eain! : BiL
Napo- 100 n-.so i ted I Paint I Uiii$he-i
taxable ; ; I Ulack: Lead,
property as specili.-d in tais ordinance, le.-m'rf" Brand I B. KLLISON! for Consumption, Asthma, Conjrhs, L
CO.
be liable "Strawbery. Tav (; ; Spauis'i! Bro' >vn, Yellow ()dire, Green Paint & ,
to asjes') t2U Ib bos Manufactured 4t o <:ctor'.s Sale. received just ny.'J 2t J Water street. Complaint, and all diseases ot the thrO2lungs
ajreaably to the fore.. iu; prvis..' -is of this ordi Icon's" Brand NapoL BY virtue of the power vested in me l ts' law, i and I for sate by tot sale byPrul1t
nance if Mdijuolia. hall e'n the liist l\\ March 1 II. I'. AUELL. Ie1ite1 Nitre
brought into aH I me I vvtiiii:: the c-ity 0 b'i\vs Manuficture-d Morford I I Dew Monday in July next, expose -- - -- and Alum. H. F. ABOjFlavouring
Honey -- _
_
during such ret wit bin the 1 10 Cr.ite> Crockery ; I 10,0'JO) Floiida Se ars. for sde before I the Court I louse door, in I the coun- 0!) tDiS.a3SitUt. 10 KKtlS: ; each, just received and for sic 1 1Iiy2S bvii. -- -
city on t the first ejf ty of Calhoun, the following F. t : icrs.AN .
elay Fc-jruny desciibed AP.ILL; :
preceding.Sic. property,
:'J t doNi' rei dips ; GO do/ I Hoes, a soited. 150XES Troy Soap; 1
1';J. ll'i it or so inii'-h thereof as wll: the State and I 1 I I f) StT assortment just received, and for sale!
pay s
Juil'iT ind-'iii'-il. Tlut all I I Ingrain Cari.tinir; Cotton Cards, Trace Chains.Fe :20( London[ Club Champaigne ; 10 Croix Su4.ur ;
Taxes 20 J.
Koods, wares and inercirttidi: : sold within the r sale-low to cloe ron-ii ntnents, by 7000 County{ due thereon for the year IS 10 :- 2 > boxes Florida Leaf Tobicco; :JU do New Orleans Sugar, to arrive; C. ALLEN, Drug;

a limits of the city of Apihchiroh, bya-iy person LOClvllAllT & YOUNG, to John acres D. third Grav rate numbers land, purporting to belong For sale by B. S. IIAWLEY, lou sacks Rio Codec: fa do Java ; White Lend.
or persons vvliotusoL-ver, Miice the fir>t day of Nov. 1 11 1 .71Vater stroet. not known. Dee' 5 lib Water street. -ID bvsromatie Tobacco; LHS, a superior article, JNceived
t February last, and troin a'id sifter the jussa e of 1 RliiI1LTiitiidLs :__ and ISAAC JACKSON, SherifF GU; 's Mnft'd do. Urown's and Labbv'd ; OO 0 and for sale by
this ordhaace, shall and Stationery.lKJKliS c-x-ollicio Tax Collector, C. C. Clover Sf 'd.A 20 Candles
belubk! ; to such I lax as is Sperm ; TiObx-s bruwnSoajs; Nov II. p. ABELLDrBgy
,
El ( Juiiruals January ii 3L
or may be, imposed by ordiiunce of the City '' Day Hooks, &.c. 1317. 1-Gin FEW pounds of large lied Northern Clover lJ'( bags Shot ; nj kcs Powder; __ _
Council. ) reams Foolscap and Letter Paper; Dr. Towiiscud's Sarsaparilla.- Seed, for sale by 20to! Ibs'Lcad ; 1 caksJOO LinseFd Oil ; KlauK Hooks, Fine IVritiB]

Sec. 17. Re it further urdainrd. Tint vvlicnevcrtbeTax Ship Cotton and Memorandum Hiver Bilk Hooks ; spills invaluable and justly celebrated corn __ p.L.I l_ H. F. AP.EL. ke,. s White Lead No. 1 Extra a-d Pt.'i 1'npcr, Ac.A .
Coiled shall find that I the ASMM- Lading ; pound has just been received and for sale For sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO. GENERAL assortment of Stationersiting /,
Uoooks( ( for Letter Press. by 1tt.ziii and
have omitted ; ; ;; Rope.rr Dec .'i
hors any per-i'i'is or property) liable Iecj2iJ LCLLEN Diu n Water street.Fres.ii of Foolscap and Letter PapelJ
to taxtion, it shall be. his duty, a-id he i is here!,y lUank Balls ol E'chiarge and Checks, ,_ gi-t. PCS Uagging ; 30 coils Hope, for sale by ---- finest quality ; Blue and White wove (rnWl
Just lereivcdtnd! fyr sale by 14 I 1 C.irtI1h I J "LOCKIIAUT & YOUNG Ierbs.
to *
the be
required, Ira tine
report same to the- City Comcil Quarto' and Packet Post ; also a
March 1 IL I:. AKF.LL. ; CASKS be-t Thornaston Nov. 11 I 53 :, Thyme, Summer
and enter the same on the aiscsinenl, roll of (the for sale by Water street. SAGE Savory, Swctt Mar- assortment of French Letter Paper, Pen*
city, and to collect the regular tax 0:1: all such' ] Prints! riiutsi: : _JJ Iec J'3_, 1). U. WOOD & CO. Ri.nhi; ;.: and ICupe. Catneji, lloneset, lloiohotind, \\'orni-: Just received per brig Alabama and for sal j
ri1lK! I : subscriber! has receved Columbus Row. wood, Sc., just received and for sale by ALUMEETINGS
Oct.
persons or property.Sec. just per bark :__. PCS Kentucky IJagging ; 17 J. C.
18. lie it fitrlhir ordained, That all JL Ma dala, Irorn New York, 200 pieces superior 14t.Iup Oil. 100 lot coils Rope ; Nov iS J. c. ALLF.N.P aner M

transient or temporary; merchants ;and traders who Kuzlish Cambric Prints, lor sale at lower | VVI.NTER STRAINED, a very superior ar- 1 bales Magging Twine, for sale bv SIiirtingT Prints,
have not rented a store or place for business; for prices than ever before oflcred, at wholesale s or received and for sale by WM. U PORTER & CO. CASK'S Clarified' llucucd: of Uoarhound;; bale and case, low for cash by CO
the full retail, by !; 11. Candy-a fresh supply just received and! I for B. ELLISON i
business season, bhall be required to __ 9v 1' .&Ji11I4, lruggi.t, Dec 5 d I I Water street.
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make Jan l I''i : sale by H. F. All ELL Jan 23 21 Waterjtre
monthly returns, tiiil: er oath, of all 1 sdes or ; FRANCIS KOPMAX.. -- ---_ _
. commissions : Cidor.UULS. Fine I'ur and Silk Jtils. Nov a I lrmsg..i3t.
; a'idtIae Tax Collector shall! call on a, -
Lamp Oil.WJXTKU Salt.
V. all such and collect from the> n a tax of twenty, strained, a splendid article, for sale 9 V f R. c. .Fisher.Sweet Cider For ,sale landing by .from b rig .9. CASES ottered superior Fur and Silk Mats, whicharc 1 1 KA P JCUCATIOXS- ; -just rcc Jtvcil d J SACKS Liverpool, cargo ,
five cents oi hundred dollar cf Sales of very low, by tom sale bv
every by
[jia34)] J C ALLEN Jan. 'J3 NOURSE, STONE & CO. Jait '' tish ship Jessie, for sale
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