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s" TI& sooner tt. B^Mter, Capt. lr- ..CHIHUAHUA.-The statement we..uefore "i "" We shall publish theappetch of Mr. West- We have begun to learn what the Mexican
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pvttreo-0r -W. alk'er it was expected lery, to Chihuahua, to take command for ments.- -^ .... .. ........ beapeent among "rlroops in any of te ti-i ....... between the
'all hi ooff, andon .heirw y hl r. lhe Mon theirexican Government. News had. .ar, T-.-... ..... ....... ry- tan wh cun iistngs.h b we.. t.e co t ^ '^ ,' .. ..
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atder attending "M-ajor Gaines's command, supposed to be laden with nunilions of war. 13-tvI Go, Esq., New Orleans. will be favorably fmpr".ese.adtereby. : colmns ol or troons an Ih'ir march-their of W.lE or
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= i'.,'a fh [^At '- i Jg~ ersons, ttlat"at Ahe i wi'll-edi qar en eplsion n -.tWhich inalrany ~ma ,ons,- reaam gr .sasieen~ade-the~irtfipearo -jtimtifvyiing detheoBeuu ts- aar,, ,.m R_" ... PA *an, / */-iter.* *4rr /r n a l hi-/. "'t fih e p l~oetion fSa ntap fr lJ.li sl tate a~e llnh. esta cts. mad e ., by e lo .. wsf i lpcs w b e in, W he~ patton urge db~,w, C.'lon. ..hp roeefld i m upotle Ta-..":"a-,pi:''-bed -battle.. """ ", .'*;- ';..; ,: ^'-I--- --^,
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^ l~wt4ha wil beW^: foundt~i; rPo- rmCoonan i..rrow.y~rsile.b h~mri ^^^ cie J^ :^^^.b^ e
,^ % wh% 0911 hatioQWrlcl ofur S3tatei 'Ana -2-0d e,- 'ns~~t ^l~ liber 'of colehento fl^ ^Tr6
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 0e C;l~ harestn-Curiri beeiofb::t^"^la apeience. wbhoich (fitenibus whpich-4 rne^ 1^ tb ty n.eqatrm~e' ~,n
7'^ ^ "lr y "^'6r''J&wlv">-lhlla~eid lvid nta NVS iNC&,e~bfihe ou ep sn'ai s Cog ss re a nd-e t agfdainsts t he Calhiourfeinstitut ions;Y~e an~d-w e padi Trsry nl av hdIQ efr tijo i i^ | ||
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^^^ Xo^ ,-&^F~rae~ofteI,,,51r. Bentio nbiz .-h -B tho e 6i,.o (he f e lu~js uion xpi .b o u :whose act sand mqotives h e uissmel whl foc. hyhae(ua a B oftierswa dehecfl Illado edc ry .-, -! .^ ^ .

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6 --' ..n -^ '". .....'1 ., ,_ ....... a, 1 y Q 6r i as it ... o -- s .- ----:i ad i, i pt o ur tra ,o tat'i onf,
... .i- -t -_ .,.._ ws uVid M Soa-_ on;t e uorlier s n ta e of-f eelin. a.......v I -f.b" ,,W.l, -ma, 6 or eq ip .tc ete,-air ct aeni linenbe. '/ v .c ." "- or p ab d'_mf~r-"
0 4i~hvq] l'r nJtlMb,r'rts .. "- - .. ... .. ':' .. ...'r .. .""-'""-.k!-r.. ;"' ...;,'~c"- pl"eredthi e n.ng h~ _-~ lo wa. a c~firstg bts' e.W .haed, int hefae a i toratd an metI gae po m .,re -noalo ane .the _.1_4_. ".
_', .-.. ",.,, . ",,, .i : , dre~iedtosp;,. .. :.:. !.:: :ae oiti~l.ppse.L'iegerda;Svp ,rec ~llig hy .eeebin dre .by'.c enrvaao wstae Itwilb fun hw-m
-A'riee m h.,,tr- A n r./;lhnlS A',, I 7t,~.n|Rr~ a h d ,h`?1 l,. .a-t." nu a trneaaax otsdiinlw d o ,,x.- r: ; .../'' :
_- ,i~'E. i~~e,," (h ,e~ffi tr u .%uh ",r: ,=",,;',,",, Re,.dn tofinds"e~e~usene hiinel r~- sI-T/,t i f tn,' iVethrough too 6oeeai:itg witde- erfla H t then gttapw iht. amjig,."." 1
- ~~~ ~ C lit-l -dBilD ",'le'dle ia n .. fl-." -I I t- 1 .. .... ?, 14T.. tn he xcu vefrs h eralrl y.- eo ncf..--.....-j.. -
:- .-- -' -o e a i n ; o -hbolt t at L -n ro w s I a to-m i enee m ters r.zt a o e~rttc l igioe nor .... "' .. ,. ... .. .. "
,h'ep m de-- i"tr nede lotuld nral, th -Simo esir-Cakon--teiut sllll wer see-olo
t'IAmn -61y. -- I" t"t-, -' bj ws Ie"tai iewa deirusoXSen&Isallouh omng s he dlrym hem Yle I.hi sfin'rbt, hirupedoh tht hbaoesomeedto-aalhoun baf ver ltle P-.10

'0 ..A "n ho -3. ". e ( .o,or etg a n d -. bvl~ ~ u o~ u .r~a :,.. .... -- 1 .... ', 1 ---1 ."
'1_. ,--. .s nsi lt etk .ath tr ..:... ... ..1. gi .t bin te l,. E eu i pe and th dclr edi 0` to p tie a~nd try;.npd -R-:DE IIUat -~m i-
:.,:;,P ,,= .., m rt I~ap j-hesue ,o e tak,,eo-irow, thhe. I y. j f t p !st& TeYas, for 1 i theae griea tcdy and meeneeifthal agn pr"s o &dm rag ffrtt ify.o- .
a So im O.W ,.- b t V, ,, ,, o 1W ii -h i 'al
,ni'.4_'.- 1i:..:'I. .rep" a red tul of spIr. Be'nar o ii t Ii te.-b~ -n ok. als& thoeiar-" thit-it his spree 6rm'einn$ingaoeiise of r. Ca-aierdyf ro t o,-i w ek. g --
.e .. -:. -o;, ,. .:,,.,,;.b,;:-... M c. prnosd- rha .lh -odBres e:o bh.ad kn hon a-. -, .... 'm n d wh ch the. peasews ao ut to s urdilti autow, .. :.. -.. '.--
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, kmit e ditatllio-rh| 'i., a,'.allunae ld [ii arnl ,aesln o66e"orlh lh~
:'['~ i;.ii ~ r n(:.. H,,v:ats- ;o. ,. ' .._" : ...Y al~d a, in an tencate~h ai t wt-frig t othd ea blej demo =:, "; R
.'m... - ,-' o'n. h tns r olprub a e.- ae rd s tae tov-nessothat Wra'cl, (hl .. ft ae: Rq" tie",, fi t move- qure-.ihcs I .d -af~ns ; ,... a~ v,
i:;,b (i lh'{enl~l'ttethatwd. ave "tiq d, -it. -waoneeestoo l l, ei $ei -s,,. ftor hc u : - :. ,: ga ie y ioc~ct'@a a~ rfa ei
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ t then a.eas,. u0i; ,swe ...... tha -'inrry .... ii .... '-w l be .... .. .. deh dared' = '. -
:I ,'7 017*iiik:."L '-;" Ur __ 11T' 6- I q et[,nto.. l n. w'e.lol nigh o r ,iefe t icg e. Mes r ]ed tn $pible11.,n d* b~t=. .. L,. e tm k
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VqJieftr klaffe %M9n t -i I sur -%i ell n.~ Ito %t n ." r- ,a sao"- an !hip "pt o a r- t prce ar pai fo "f .. .. s'' "
.. Y d .J .- .. alo li it rb i n j a tb yd|r i th e m L w m .. u e h .. .. -a i t.. ro h e~
v S T W ai, t~ ,. ,z. .,.1.rds oelr,- a mleres efor ain thatWnernrone,.Br n .. mlrja.fth our ,i.%venaq -
n-at- irrw,,~o-n ,1,i.o -,'--: t' ... e, -epp tephso|beas._ -,b -. qolaehs.reatissoreso ,no -,bI di jn,, Y= ..sredbs i.






It ar ft -:%. ,-` .... losed.,..F ...., dsrc~t,,rm lro s dlo.o u 't teSae : : ;'L... ,:rd t hed debappate. erdoi fthsd eeitiott' onr their arriona fie-oT t~t axs ofte :, _w- .
4-1 =' f .r..t ,A YJt Ir uE ha il th s i I. .-i peovonal charal e r o f 1P olk, D eallor & t hex tha r tIhe refa re fW rd.es fw htm rud d-f 1a,1frel':'g.e rem b nl als- --...

: q -;L:,,:t ;;-o',;; ;;.ish .,:-'gt,.e. ..1 h.1e 4iikn pr- ". ,n .. a ".. ib ". ngtba, e', Sifor -inl~edyt ,pan "'. er g "nu t A 1_.t, a I
. ,' i ,--" .. ..:..= aneesstyo this aer.toy wheate r g save way.. a. 'g .... if) (rteN t h.'.T q feelig s of/,-. --ple alt'eevn the .. "fte- t .,A*n-,te nIfem as'e f=" ede -Piz "-
der t 6m tb,,p 'to. 1 Jai..' 7that,7t.e ..t.on "o ,f~ 'n .... soo to h e been Ihe chaabout tho ugh wjqhct oq abre m aui n b u hI
M M s nec Aho~ ot1trt b,,Frdy .. -,..ura, sai seea Sea u V;_ re I, to ea s Ilrla~~ol z ir
i .!-.n.ur.St o ih e Sent'e. mill --giver n Mr '.- Cal.-t iyan d jil use icts of thecon~siderued as for,~slnqe''J-m pre'ety o., rtni cpayb ..,t-n_ fl n~t8 p.-
$VIP 9 -kh .3 ltt. Iy~m -hticu1v ,t %io-p. k aEnsdmiNsls thatlou itSlee ._ PP39 1 Y, a...... fl d, by th r .. caI~' agi "e"' ""'" t .. .." --''t-;^-,... ., l'ce~ ld ~
ppp Id1H itellh o nh it y -aVdci l ret ee ant [lie nlee athen Seat tr Wi- frigt now .d ue t h m -b,
o. wet on dii l~t ifhcih w& ..... fiaiD .. ..... ou ... .. te prd ........... a .e at .ifeu l .. .. 'arf h n
"n 5. M r "y s sp ec ", ,', -d. is sai to .a' -me:. =ow rs h w n "h tiit .. .ib ,h - -- 9 n,&yasre 0"f~otim id..g -.
~ ~ -1 - .t~ e,.o g--t eir.ay- t iw-the Islnd o rl' d Itirin- nl behdd ease, -th in~~ "ofih Iusin.. ... '" ..
... -n b h ttbe ,T.abeV and- ans cteitheing. -the eicns ave. "fn ottatwrbot ndi fn trh mge u ppherm ai t dul he rrs ti/ , slg
]t .is gt vP hw rh ,e'era 'will n6s: he'e an f vote. .. ,.. ,,,,- -... ,., , - n a r- .. A... .. -.
.'.., A" du-" "1Abe;'~lvrd on -lji -sdrb .. .. .v -_ 11 .__a; -P pr m .; t them feealist wth Calh oun, Brp*0tef .to Yaraslg ne 'i; e ad ine Trm'easu ry T rnotedsh "
e~,,n.-qnh uo est r, 4o, -i.:.in...pp......... ... .... .. ..r
wtire :en-to Woensa onp nnt atott t vo, .. e r...;+,- s+ : -i a t ," dotiacye',n iO~dnf.ttw~m
,f'lah~vet~lbe,,i~nlr~l'.,eiho dih IQ~ie..a. 'nit ".o-,cjfn ant -srloken -Cdol.,euit t c, Lewis'~t Trhlee~n o Goverdiiai;ui is:t (;We.0.6;..i'; r ff r !
~~~ ~ j' "In ,rew ; .-,j''; I nue:o leain other vind confine d c nens',.a1-emne/osb. .Pao
.N I UP.,Y .. .. t ;,.h ,upisfr it head ire avrrintm deb her'\ele l. m n ohad


^ ^.fias^^^ .'2O0'-'gl~jeeh-- him....attd 00. < m nds lptht we sh ,.uld wait till ,he quesldn that no cIange or the better e n t he adminis- tweenIpos.s ill-be~ut oil. : "dsc Q.-
... l~os. A. eomiimv aroie under the realy-and then. he savy, .. .. The: Mex cans -Ihave succeeded ini' apturing to certainly. ",- -- IraeturinXlf ^g""^gf._a.
-' .... ~ ~~~~~~~~iration el the.Goverumerit could be hoped n e .u 'ee n apu n .. :. -_, -- _. .. .
->O_.s~ete--dparchB! under apt. -the North, with the numerical force, !can t f firing a -e Uake these rernei
a0-, toMr- ono- Ir Iu afromrln rthel W h p .a h ud t e .o ti r edil e 'W ni o e -
IJ'i to rrisonFort Brown. in at.enr hi"g: fuse lo ratify it. M'r. Sonil- has note seen Mym" llee '"- t 'ar y lloulu tney obtain 'm -a .s s . .6. mak, .-.-gh". ;ia9
.--b~t mra l_ iv. .y- f r 'cr ui-s ('eni- enough of-t h-e i nfw t-er here-uro-udrge o ,,",, weir possession of" l-e ,w lit a n so o .-or'., -: '----.'ky- [ eans.of.jurl .e o" ,mbuyadp. .oj_ f..ulj-finaig, but m n e -. L l 1 Oi .a SOitOWS ';" "-"
-W1r^^.rit. V -Mc-,..of the difficul.ies men"citi1r us AscMr. C'oI- rehd ue him as auhsrisy for Cia a...er.,io"- 'fHow it has happened that -cur [oo)s have suffer! tors of new per8.,N Or a r delse-, .,A ., o .. -.,
-- _p~ti1 l'. W _r n' oltin -teeti. :houn .and-A r. Eva' l w' e. maketheireaiv .... f, t hes es o oe -aken pr srners b t:wi.,nou re,. n wuere,.wit.l., eta-m ine bn'to 4e tnana g nr- r,. S, ,-.
... .~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~- P 'ssttets.cre.asnoa.There trust have of the~omle',adh xoueg~b ee, -
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~the -leaders of: the W!.hig .Party .are men be ~ ~lw i l-c~ ,....:... -z" ~ r./- .1
Pi^b:.e'in-gifqti;'rtere 'on: NorIth ih at thIheterrilory aAcquired shall 1) been a rel watol ecerec ions against" cotin.nc"o' "ade"...
e..,-0 "l r'iUl~ a~tll a co-iatioun~ne-eO th ".4 I e,'ss rlunm~ tm u .-m ,,uu
_=''_._r -fira't."'uar lhere wei'e,-,ljeirs. E've'ry ex|)erienced and lhones?'l, cs-' whose lives have gi'en. evidence of devoliol r1-i-e--and erhaps,-too great a o nte.pt- I..,- .S ... HeS,
Tl4 trriltH r~ i edy~ e a, i' rl hies.1 8a'Veb y hex surprise ...l tals so ra acne p o
-.'!r4'61 : .. .. r he .a .Ms'. r. Ca\- rfi ,lie welfare of tlie nation- of a.disregard the:enemy. -n reading the evidence 'f Lt Col"-"'-' "r "(a i" r JD'- rT1-J of" 't.e 'i o -n--,* .. .. ']r'd een,...-.,- ol. .
v"4- Wlta ha:li'.t n placee! 1hb'ivr, in -his' speechch" on his esoltions, o "a .a rea '.ess. sacriic"- lie:ri- the" .. ." ."f'-"- k'eu-"
;, 0-q,h o .. 6-o t) un tu-n-.u k The 'she'ws that it ii so: If we' ever go so far as .ii ua Iiy n _lrs toM ego dssrrss..ose th tt eloo elh d go ew t C n r 'o ij u jetofth _Bd ,.. r ". ' ..
dal n dpoliyoand interires" the rre lv go the Senateit will. rsery .tha.(.he Colonel had gone n .e .h-Bo.ds,
^76 Am i _,bV.-Col,.Dr;ike. A probtbhv lead 10/nuch diicnllv. Ihe whole The W hig party has never been h.-si'er;and. horses into a deflew Whil.the guaranlied Ije.. .- -rriforial G-vern- - ... -,. .
j, .a@otnerhl'e't-em)n^ary *The Bill[ .ior the iransportuition of the debased by lhie corruplions of office and the 0fn yHisca'r an lfdtbere i7hands .men, askirag that.vson for .bhei pay-
t .W -or Ke.- ... -Mail.o Oregon, (across Panama,),was pas-' spoils.of office. They are no I at) a" te y? His cavalry would be more-liable M n -- -... .... Tb te aUnitued,
bboB-Mo'.fe':"(ay. "-. iBuler 's-l. in sa 1he-Seurn-ter. T -he INAil. i's to he taken Yp-mep tepve n ive i to deeat -in.such a situation than other Ircops and ,nn by the Uited.ate8 tmay be made.
- teed"7r1T~fn ^^Man edet-, bvya stealner from New-York, Cha'rleston, more precaution was necessary. Itappears thai The holder 0fthe Bods aave, by Ibu: maa-W ^^gI r^.^tS^
.n-Snl |;lld,,, oltlbu o|1..New-Orleans, Savannah, or Pensaeola, lo jeento lo the dieiaden of a parly, whose when herettdrfAedto look dfler his rear guard, he laying claim fur'paymento.toftlheFederal mu.fl'.ft~r ^, : ,**
.--. 1 B^S^ TK."inidiably.q n ilr b 'h ,fe.6. 4 -t leaders believed in, and acted up6n the max- s,.icceeded in turning dhe pnsitlon which lhe Treasu-y, taeittydmnie'.and i0.dee! have- -.aeigi|S^
^^^K ^SS l ', The House a's engaged on tlhearmy im of -WallpolR-th:>t "every ma, has his Mesican, had occudxicafis had ocupi,'',d that they Were com- adopted nd used ip spppo-ofteirnmo-, r
._.ylJ~r oS^5^0"n^price" We .y no eas..etend that pelld 1h0 rer.eat. Now, as, ital, was evidend ty oh e C rsa
-e .. rem,.k. ", ,t -.. here are not.m-anyyW\ igs whose political- thatan'Atack was intended, and that if made, Legisl a ue l. i .: ..T . t1eir ft ....C1_ .. -I-'W
*M Y aT9'~ t .h d'T .3 .1 'ga, .. .e Co .nm.,. ,
I^r'-Sdfg@h'rL-ea.'n*tfI.V or -We: Publ'ic L ands.'- ...... course is controlled and shaped with regard lie t stiain a which h he could not re"a'. by not .r.nnuo l gi4 lacitky sat oed i'her-.t; "';'"W 'kt .rr
- : ahillo,' that force" is suffreient~ to' -we -.. .. .r.e:. .. .; I w ca nntbttikw tt %% ofe'nin td a t he Te.-." ""rrt ia ,",satore i-i.. .. r n t]b';t:l
I~i~o.; ,n.a we;-1.17- it e lr o o)s aI. TPh61.eis-invcl e ph;te of,feeliniga4.idteurr1h to the aeqnisifon o offlue--iltarregrm edg that had. hedsn ounte-d or in e t e rr B on r O4, jqqsrm em tuga e ,,:'J: .:ig:.,-j".'.. .
-ihc %V fi d th r M
i 2t e ml^ nd" f .I iw .th f. ~ ~ ~ -ii in- nzef l o i p r g a h fhs iren and caused rhlem .to act aq hankers and.- .-' ; e e .. .: H 'an ,sp ...
.' S^^ Slffid^^';^hriah-v otn'. inan exch:f,>e'paper,' wilfout any indi'ca-' them, who trouble and derange [he councils lirnilleur., nd occup lhe "ig (. e , vernment.s'orythey agot-nof.-t.taUnl: Myl-htt & Bdaea^,,^^^
,--- -~~~~. ,~ali s and, o cc p he heie g hts, thee p aslage "lit.. .. e", .O,- ,'. :, ; . .
-'- ^I^lW^^13' o 1d d,'W'1 s, has tliou 61 lhe source from: which *is it derived ol the Whig party. Buthevare 'leiv and of-hemainhbo ndrh pastrogh the e-. Slates, t nat..teetore tne'00t so;'cr^ted ofthsilimofl.-jte.d_i
u l f u f f ( f o _rd lin cf m l d T h er e i- -v S s owtt i p < in b ui. O w e r b e w e e n w e n y i 1 w i *h e f l e iri ai h hWav en d th e ep a c k s t h o u g 'lde j S tabes O ia.-tt ra
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iSSS~f THE und^^ dar
^SVJK from t&h, N'cf, .
Wv^" L. I., a choice lot-of F.f
mental" Trees, SH '-rtus
among which Will"be fiuind',Carnatic
Honey Suckles, Roes, "Altheas Dal
cynths, Paeonies, Fig',"Vines,"'&<,.
which are to be sold at involceU(WoA
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^f^BBUS. Wbiskeiy, ba do, *MaleSe
50 501 1 0Flour;-'5. .agp Rio eil'
lan.dmg from schr Elizabeth, int "fI '
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Saturday, at, #9 ,'P4: 9.. BLVW*
Chattahoochee evety MWndvY, tlMTbtiWmly
12 M. She will also mkke #AA 'ytr.pito i^-
bridge and Port Jackson".' Lev N.biiag -&A
Wednesday night. Leave ft#J=(?e
Sunday night .,
Every attention Will be pai comfort of Pasgengers, and;rkri c toM40 o M
business confided tothe Cptai#WWdfSk
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Sears, &c.
A (\ \f~lfl SEGARS, Asorted Preserves,
4-f0,)0}0 Syrups, Cthcolate, Guava Jelly,
- Marmnldd`e, Corailidland' Pine Apples, just re--
ceived from Havana per schr Joshua Bates, and
"for SaIle low, for cash, 'by- .
EDWARD MeCULLY,
March 6, '." : 50 Water street. !
BAAY- RUM, a very superior article, just reeeiv-
ed aid forb sale bv
':.March 6- : -" H. F. ARELL.


Upper Siwannee :lSprings.
EAST FLORIDA.*
M IHE subscriber takes this method. of
informing his friends and the public that
he has taken a lease on the above estab-
lishrnent for a term of years, and will be prepared
to accommodate al-I who' may favor him with
their patronage. As regards the Mtrineral 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 Maroh. Charges.
will be moderate, and every attention will be
paid to the comfort of all who may favr -him
with their company. The subscriber is provided
with good and faithful servants,, fine stables and:
attentive hostlers.
Invalids laboring under tfie following diseases
may rest assured the Springs will effbet tor them;
a permanent cure: Dispepsiaj Diabetuai Prolap-'
sus Utera, all kinds of Scrofula, Scald Head, Tet-
teo-'and the various painful disorders of thts class.
The Dancin:g Saloon will be in readiness for all
who are fond of this graceful and pleasing exir-
cise. FRANCIS A. HUSON.
-February'27, 1846. 6-3m"


COMMERCIAL.

CoTTON.-There has been but very little inquiry
for cotton since our Tuesday's report, the aggre-
gate sales of the four days.not exceeding 5 or 600
bales. Factors have seemed but little disposed to
offer their cotton atipresent rates, while buyers have
manifested elual indifference. The sales made
have been at our quotations.
LIVERPOOL CLASSIPCIATION.
1847. 1816.
Inferior ................... none. 5 a 51
Ordinary to Good Ordinary. 8[a 9j 5, a 6
Middling.................9i a 91 64 a 6j
Good Middling,......... 91 a 9j a 6,
Middling Fair ............. 9, a 91 7 a 7f
Fair ....... ......... ... ... 0 a 10, 77 a -
FREIGHTS.-A vessel has been taken for Boston
at lec., the parties chartering, obligating them-
selves to give her another freight for the same port
at .c. in case she returns and chooses to accept it.
To New York shipments are "s-tit being made at
lie., at which rate a brig is aso-loading for Fall
River. Foreign freights remain unchanged.


of the light Professor Gourar, was: shedding on
the benighted citizens of New York and Phila-
delphia; and .weheard of the illuminations which
were proceeding from other clever men in va-
6i.6usoother parts of the country, but, amidst all,
Florida, arid particularly Apalachicola remained
in their primitive darkness. Obscure as our vil,
large is we could not avoid feeling soma surprise
at its-being _o:long overlooked by -the Phreno-
Mnemotechnists," considering, that we had re-
cently had .enhtrprisi ng gentlemen of analogous
professions, as phrenologists, daguerreotypists,
dancing masters sfid concert makers, in braces.
,,Great, therefore w-as our joy, and great was the
"public excitement, when, at length, it was an-
pounced d that a genuine p rfessor of the art and
mystery had vouchsafed to favor us with a visit.
The gentleman who thus favored us bore the
classical cognomen of Pliny Miles, an-d profes-
sionalM ttiil of:Professor of -,Phreno-Mhemotech-
ny. "fhs whble- bearing and marin6r ev"inced
that he wass one. of those'intelligent and patriotic-
men who would scorn to be considered as living
by their wits, and who,- though they go .lecturing
from town to town,,are inspired thereto by no
other consideration than a desire todi fl vgkln6vl-
edge, and an ardor for the cause cf,science. 'His
disinterestedness was evinced' at this place, in.
an extraordinary mariner. -In conformity, it I6
true, wyth.'a promise -he. had made in his finlko-
)ductory lecture, he gave to each member, of his
classes a-little volume of statistical facts,-&c.;
and which, cheap as was "the price of his iiistfruc-
tions, Wvas.worih the ddubtle of all.he communica-
te, But: we a re gcetirig in advance of our subject.
C.;,Our philosopher was heralded, in this paper, by
--a co'tlumn of introddutor), letters from piegidtnts
of'college.,"c'.- arid ";resolutions from pteivious
.classes, dll rPcommendingl he ccienceof," Phireno-
.Mnemoteelhny'" a' wonderfully useful; and his
arrival i; oux.r.yillage was preceded by a military
6-,and ::of musicians playing !' See .the conquering
hero -comet." An in'troductory; lectitre was an-
, nficed& for delivery oh the following, evening.
Always ardent in the cause of science and be-
li,.'-ving that the veil of Isis was about to be raised,
we. )Aent early to the lecture room, and selected a
"favorable position for both hearing and seeing all
,that was to ,-be -said and shown.- We could not
help observing that there -were:se-veral-around u0
whose countenanceswore that-peculiar expression
of dulnessWhieh ineredulity generates, while on
others there was the malignanit sneer that accom-
panies--a disposiioinito deride; but we found on
this occasion, as we-have on almost .every similar
one that"w '_ h'a%,eTleee-,' present at,that these unbe-
roming distortions of fce gave way before the
powerful arguments 'of this apostle of science.
... 'he introdactory-lecture dtlivered by a comely
person, and fate adorned .with a-.handsome black
, goatee^, and %%ilh great self-possessiorn, was a fair
specie~imen of what m ighltobe called New England-
back w;6ods-free school rhetoric, or, perhaps bet-
'ter, Vernihnt eloquence, It:a.. pleasing to all,
but Lhelardy poitiuin of the audience w;'ere evidently-
enia.tiiii,d. TI)ere was a great deal of clever and
apposite anecdote in it; and the',resemblance:of
various sounds, Parniculadly between Je and Zhe,
the dissonance of others,-as Fe and Be, and the
.shniiitude rali phonetically and. in form, of Je
aii.J Zhe to the figure .6, of Fe to 8, and Be to 9,
&c. &c. were strongly and-amusingly illustrated.
We -were particularly pleased -with the ingenuous.
'Ji-iiiti-resteilni?. of lhe speaker in recommending
Lhat chiildien tnnd,-r six' a'ari of r- g- should. not be
put to-ilie study of Plir'eo-.Ineniotechny. The
illustrations, above referred t9, w.e.re represented
as samples of tle _pri-nciples .Of the -scienqe, and.
certainly, while they re'coinmendedlhemselves for
the-ir beauty, afforded evidences, by- their unintel-
i.iil, i"liat filthy were -of a"very profound na-
.ture: so mu i-is0 thatw supposed a good deal
dr the- lephoneiism--bolh oTf.the lecture.and various
.learned .yorks of the mighty teacher-might-have
been adopted :from-the classical; ahbreviations of
thee denizens of the five, points, while some of thte
forms bore a likene-s to siuch a-as'we'-would expect
from (hie posture master of.the Bowery theatre.
After.abooit half 'or flhee qUarters of an hour of
gdod 'talking, on the principles o(fhe _science, the
lecturer" proceededd, inconfinrnlvy, to.verify their
value by experiments, on his own meniory.z Pamph-
lets o:f -:tati-)iial facts, or facts of vdrioua kinds
th,-,i nughi come under that class, of his? ow;ncom-
position (th~e |p~imphlelts, indeed, 9of which he after.
wards furnished a: copy gratis to e-ach.'inmber of
hts elasses-) were distributedd among the audience
with th-e- request (hat .questions from th-m" would
:be pi0p'iunded :for. his-:answe~rs:; W~e must .ac-
knowledgo ihal ilhe fiwcis wer'e:0f thar gene~ral'de-
rcripiun-tlhat every- educated gentlemann 0ugh~t to
be prey wel acuqiiaitt-d"' i'h ; but, .still, if Was
,,.,,,d,lul ,\iih, ,,.i,, :accurdi'y. he answeted llie
questions;.- Of-:a.dozen ,of these he certainly did
not. ref, ly irK.-orrecel~y o more than ihree or four.
It now be~cinie eudeni he had produced a sen"-
:saiion. Rp-ii'eet fo:r ihe extraordinary science,
as well! asi ihe dignifrd eharaeter of the audience,
pipvenird ainy thwng ;ikl, mnleruption by open ad.
miratipn, fitil muttered exclarmationsi were heard
ail oier he room..,:" Wondet'fi'l.' *Itis a great
-science.." Bid you .ever/"&e .e, ....
I'aiiis over Ihfese exvperim~ertts, bolhih'e success-
ful and llhe u n.ucces.-ful, we shall proceed to the con-


ide ra' ion of smoe or, the "black board,q'; which be-
ing extemrpora reous night be consite-ted as putting
-to a better test the value of ihe principles of.Ph?'eno.
Mnemotechny. A gentleman well kno n lo llie
audience wds requested to mark upon the bobrd
an unlimited series of numbei4. which,, however
gi-pat, the lecturer professed io beablelto repeat
afier a single calling over. The .experinient was
mnde on ihriysix numbers and successfully per-
formed. This, Was 'he best test `bf Phren0.
iMnemoiechny". aflbrded' by ihe evi'ening's enter-
tainmeilt;,but, &till., we cotlddnolthelu observing
ihat it was in fact no (es-t atlali, we being, with
our own feeble -natural nmo'ry,' as- able as ihe-
leafn'ed proft'sser to, repeatlhe numbers as soon
atnd as'accurately as he did Of, ihis'we have.no
'.doub.t lie was aware, but lie probably thought
tha if the audience considered it wonderful, it.
did not become him to express any dissatisfdction.
After another, and far simpler experiment otthe-
bldck-board, arid a statenent -of terms, &C. by
the profe.-or, the evening's entertai-inent closed.
''?s'5a'rfs'fSclory" was the whole aflair, that nearly
all present,.oursefl among the number, delighted
at the glorious opporiuntiy, determined to receive
' instrbction by which, in the language of tiedlearned-
p'ofeissor, we would, each and cill-OfUs, heabtie
to rtpeal vejrtbihn a page or even a chapierofany
book after once carefully reading it. o : i
The lectures are, over and the PirEssoFSSb. -as
been paid his fees. The pup4s"_wea-e 'a'pzzl d,,
-bui still a deli-hied aspect'. One has Just informed
us that lie would not take 6 hundred dollars for the
benefit the lectures have been,,to hin ;I.-and.we
have been,told of another w.ho voluntarily declined
au unoffltred tlhcJsand dollar. W! toop are well


pleased; but why we cannot exactly say; and
whether we, or our fellow pupils, can now repeat
one word more of a book, after reading it, than 'we
could have done before the lectures, we have
doubts. Still, we believe that Phreno-Mnemotech-
ny is a very valuable science, and performs all that
it promises. If our faith could be shaken, it would
have been on our discovering, a day or two ago,
that the professor himself had not been mucth im-
proved by his own lessons; for he mistook us,
who .are a military man, and had been in the
habit of a free daily intercourse with him for a
week as such, for the clerk or steward of a steam
boat on which he was about to take a passage to
the neighboring city of Gull. And this too, when
we are in the enjoyment ef a countenance, person
and manner, so unusual that we have been de-
teired by it, almost as much as by our principles,
from doilhg any thing mean or dishonorable, know-
ing that they would lead to our instant identifica-
lion with the act. We thought that the professor
of Phreno-Mnemotechny, who, in twenty-fours,
hours could, forget us, might be in danger of for-
geting his wife, or in the lapse of memory, might,
think another's his own. P.

*See Southern Quarterly Review for January,
1847
[Fr[From ihe Baltimore Patriot.]
" RE W R.D THE MARTYRS.
r Mr EDITOR I see that th e work goes
Otbravely on,.'as old-Richard said. For his
lampoons and libels upon the Senate, and
his consequent expulsion from the floor of
thai body, I see that the spirit of indignation
and liberty has been fully aroused in behalf
of the editor of the Union. The decree has
.gone forth tIht hislibels shall be wink'd at,
and.his wrongs redressed. To accomplish
this -treat work, he has already been named
for seat 4nrthe Senate from Virginia, where
there is no-vacancy; and also fro Vire Presi-
dent of the Untted States. .Bravo! But
this is not enough. I Would wish to raise
him a peg higher, and for this purpose I
nomiia-te him for PRESIDENT of the United
States. And, while my band is in, I wish
to- provide for another real martyr, onetoo,
who fell by the rude hands of a Locofocoi
House oCfRepresentatives. I mean R Riche-
lieu, esq. the -Washingnton correspondent of
the New York Tribune. He related the
story of' a member's retiring behind the
Speaka's chair to munch a sausage, which
was considered, in the eys of Locofodoism,
a mortal offence,' and he was. forthwith ex-
pelled from the presence of that august body.
Now,. for rhis wholesale -proscription, ibis
total annihilaton of the "glorious liberty of
the press,'.' I nominite Mr. Richelieu a can-
didate for Vice President of the United
States. Against such a ticket, who can
stand before it? No one. Even -Old
Rough and-Ready," in such a contest, would
be left as far behind as from her6 to
MONTEREY.:
"y, Edihors throughout the country are
requested to let the above nominations go
forth in every, hamlet, glen, town and village,
for the benefitof th'e-martyrs
The eonduet of Mr. Brockenbrough to-
wards his dearly beloved brother Democrat,
Senator Wescott, is by many supposed to be
'purely disinterested, while by others it is un-
..kindly attributed to the course pursued by
.-Westcott' .friend. towards Mr. Brocken-
broughatlthe Suwanee Spring Convention
-ast year, ; It is avered, with what truth .we
pretend not to say, that Mr. Wescott's
friends' opposed the renomination of Mr,
-Bierltenbrough, and "thereby hangs a tale."
-. [Sav, Rep.

HORRIBLE CASE OF OPPRESSION.-Daniel
E. Stephens, of Ghingford, Essex, details
the following revolting case in a letter (6 the
Times :-Two little children-,of the ages or
six and seven, neither of them 3. feet high,
;sbnand daughter of a poor working man,
by the, nane of Lee, (living in this parish,
hbi'ing ini all ten children and his wife 'to
support,).were detected in the act of eating
some t-urnips,,having picked up six, over and
on which cattle had been feeding for weeks.
The stomachs of the beasts had revolted so
munch at.tlhese turnips from their frozen and
irott-en state, that the farmer resolved to
plough them iu the land, and 'did on the
-Mondlay following actually do so.. Not one
.of .th'e six. turnips exceeededt the Size of a
:goose's egg. The little starving innoc~ents
Were pounced Upon by the former, tiK~en
Several miles, backwards. arid f'orwar~ds:,, fn
searcho~f-a magistrate, and at last carriedl
be~fore'a" Mr. Preston, in Sewardstone parish.
Here the: foremnan swore the six turnips were
wrth 3J.,.and .that hie detected the chiildern
siealih, them ((good turnips are selling at
..d: perbuslieli-n the parih.) The defence
set up Wa~s. 1They ,wer~e hungry, and had
not-anythiing to eat, and the cattle had left
them." .;>Upoti Which evidence, as" to the
'act and value, the representative of sow-er-
."eigtri~y fined' the cihildreu,^with debtja-ind
costs, cl 0s. 6:d., or, in default, 14 days inm-
presonmejnt in Ilford Gaol, a further dis-
tanice of 11 miles trom Mr. P~reston's private
residence-in all 20 miles for a police officer
to travel wi-li :twou little children, 'for being
detected pacifyiig- their hunger, with six


small diseased tur.plp.s, value the- smallest
possible fraction-.of .a farthin g. "I have
been," says Mr. Si-phenss,-"*to the cottage
in which the family liV6-, at' the foot of
Chingford-hill,near to .,M)jor George Couot
Brushil's. since thiey were liberated from
auiol. bv the paymenhi of the money, and as
certained ile deftitule satae in.which they
.are-by the yisiiaiion of this ealamitybeing
obliged to -dispose, of. their effects to I-meeit
ithvnot a particle of furniture to be seen in
the house or coflage, theliman,,his wife- ano
.'0lchildern all lving on Vrie floor, wit 4rem'-
nanisi of blankets and h6rseclodis to cover
them,I" s this really a Chrislian country.?
-,- ,. [Liverpool Mercury.

*PoBC-E RULE OF Two.--Supposeia fell;
-ijer,:w.ho has nothing, marrys ,.a gall whait.
havsnoihing: is her things his'n, or is his
her'n; or is his'u -afdherg'her'n? "


pu Ma"& asusual, stood- off,- with th.i i.
banda jit their po-k~t an njoyedl J6e
isme,. without lifting a finger to help their
distressed neighbors., i .
.Wedtart know what stuff such people
arv. made-of. We never see6a, man do ir,
iwroutt th inking 'slightly" 40f him. No
'rth cand oit, without, as be deserves, 164-
Idix.ciat'aid character.
thoumge tbh total loss at $30,000, _

.: ....,i d (For the Commercial Advertiser.
'THE BEEAUTIES, O-F CREDULITY
ILLI'USTR ATED.
MItl.-EMi'roR :-'.V' have always been a firm
belieff' itifhe maxim that credulity is the source
ft..all knowledge. In an incredulous age we do
not scrutjQleto'. iidw oirstd1'an univefsar believer;
^aS molre pairticularly are we proud to staud forth
isi^he!-rm believer ,nd -champion of th'e position
that tbe, human- mind is .s.iceptible of continue.
e0.lis'./1'$reaed- and rapid 'improvemnq ..L Tliis
'opiriion we do not mine'with an~y pusillanimous
,qualificatibns; it stands firnnlyand alone. The
,.ptopertie.of physical matter may have remained,
'ortay cOntinue` tb remain unchanged through
ages-the'animal organization, the human body-
\ Mr'-instance,' may be no more perfect ihan it was-'
whirw-rejredb'or the.po-etical notion that it
erioca'ed i.y- be-true but the mindinde.:
't**14&abd or degeneracy. of
.. ---.-2P rem l y increase it s.
I^^S. arrowrw ffiinded age-Which
^ ^^ryitfif'^it^^y-ipilosopher. to declare,
ftl nr' sun,"a,,d
scarc ey_ more expanded was that wM.ich thte
.- wlrmatlatieini;n' sertted, there was no royal
roadf o eometry:" each ia tgno.rant of [lie ca--.
pabi'ities of jim.human mind, and w hat the space
of "ii('-' three, thoutqand ears could, produce.:
We- have seen too m3y new Ihis, and been
t.ne -t/ it - C .- I .n roy a.
-roads tio .nQ- l i _dg.' ,to doubt their existance.
-,-Corfidi.ngi.beief i. every thing iz thestrong
l*idht. ih o(lr-nehtal'chara'-tier la have ever,.mi n-
&'dQi,'i'ooeid to it aj the i)ivot on'whic.h turned
..t. jp j oleq o.f hu m qq : po e t', Yivt-d:iii Ilt
t= .nnfayorabeleasp'ectl, let 4re"jall.what 6u,,ind'r ol
'a system--'ro'm Mah'ltnet.to Fonrier or Oen-
-por exJlting himaslfand a ii'ioiatitag the codi-
tion of his fello.f :,ev>r succeetled if he. w'Ere
'not,equaly wthi his I-Oi;l,)m et_4,. tle -dupe of his
b t i'm p ostu re i Is tt r,(4t n :,:ee sary to Ih e su c "
'sj of even a village doctor that he should, like
19. h isrelti,, believed e can mould -the human"
i -body-and, ai its ,ftnetions to -his wi -ll? .an A;
lawyer attain.wealth and emihell'r if he does
rnaft iepose N1l1 trust in the ,lgina, that the prin-
ciplei of his science: are perfect, however riuch
-. l;,,:mxy.conflict wllh jTtif!j-th-he, Senera1 prin-
V erot-jn-toralitM,- op the. pr.ceptl (f religion ?
:i l.c rii>asty~Ih us bei)efi ial, how mtlch more
tdyvankigou3' Muit it bli to tlhe disciple,.the pa.
?f Whiat a ,,orld ol' ,rouble., l-
]z--t a in, l.,t grantnli tnsleadof attenip g
.. -truthi- fraiir, falkeh.of d, it iii't gave; and
.. 0. .that alltcr [lie most caell exan ,-
: .:nfyi il.c tiuly can,.give, -ene.1rally res,:lts
wliitrut-h: .id .:l',l-ehoold, .lih ever ot her.

6dified"equall. blended.
7'L-afly' in life our alter,tion \as aYtrjcted [y
,> -'the'vast. lartaaes-which vwcre aff,rdt-d b% Ihe
.yiapy. conmpe:idii>it-3 spst,:ms of i.ltiucion tlhat
Sarealfauirht by tminerait. vendcrs oft knowledge,
`1 1irce ih'eri. We -hve been in the invaiiable prac.
Ittce of'patrouit'tkq. bie. oile ul [he ca.1.s who
*.cn-ae-t1: our placeo_.Ql-refdeice ; atnd we scruple
hot to say I hat 4e are a'r-r.ftou.id believer in Ilie
fefit-'-lhe'y have-beeri to.ui. Counldt it be o0lhtr-
S' ^i#e. wfieri..fhey -have reconciled us to thle pIiirsul,
o)f kn ,,vledle, w tlt..,ut intert),,irg the necessity
of labor !
The'prm-ctical utility of these systenis have al-
'^ways been commensurate with their proniise,
aid,fully sanction.our creduhty. Do we not >,we
-thebteautifuM .elirography with- which we pen
this communicatic-n to a single course (of instrne-
CorrTro0 a travelling gel leman, who tauhlit lie
whole adi of peninan..,hip in tr-n les^'rns f'.,r five
1 *duf'ara.? and shatiI w ,,nt begra^'1l!" ? It li ,rue
,ow)l.slKer t^s^'u' that I~i,? coniipo~it,:.;s, whe-n
"*Jhe. pha~ve con, e; inAi-.re iousart'ic:'s, to simtlir
iimpli *'(biy~sfed sunilry ipl<-rj'eclion., but txhether of, yl.
mitr.iin ornot he hasi ne,'er tifcrmed us. Our l,-
hrary is replete:wilh sviiopse ol" lectures in which
! >.'.'."]..e:,h, !r'alian, S.,arl. .11i arn; Quth-.r languages!,
-4nfl t=yaenf -of' draw~n,,fencing, painting and
gnusic,.wcre to be lau2;,ht i.i Ihe I'avcrite ,lumber
rf'si ieifsons. J3v'all'of thiesc-we have been un-
.jao~b'ledily benelfttedt ; ar, il. ,i" we are not. a wal I> i ny;
gpotygldt., a Crichton or-at least-a Bcnvenuto Ct-l-
-'ltt'e'dr tMich'aet A ,-gel'o, su~nielting mtu-t be at-
''((iritrtd to t hd'ibferiritv of our calia>'ity--not~li-
..[irt%l.he(lgfrct ,or the systems. Ard whjt ,
-fbflyj'eio~inallytait in. rendcri,,g re,, waster ,,
s.tl-tlaen'age,'a'9cience or-an art, is It nt~t a greal
'(aeto.'Dealip.'to'get a I.,rlect insiyht ,nto llhe
"tipri:cles,l'ali olfthe.m, bv q fiw. hours or rrin-
-ittc'TpLication, and-< the exfenditure- of a few


0dolidrs'? ."* '**- \ "
lTtisO~tt to e quI)posed 'that we w ilIng1^. ar-
-*.'1:- _; "-- 5d :..""..".
.ivedat ttho conclusion, that we were not capable
.o-iriaktng upa gllkno%%Iedgeas fast'a. it could be
f4XSVres'w' lo't,; ,"'blithe result of some endea-
,'iw "' 'g.I Pfa' licarl application to ..ur studies
'R=ineed-as'it-mut be 4he-4"act. Forlunately, in
the. mkkftidP'o'-'NihnplfkIJess'at'tr h dfIccoverv, wFp
Z" yll.caerlf'th.t t&j'j(d4 '; "wondefur science
| t, ..@S"; *."-. ^-l~o_..l o H t g_h .y e' n H ee, .was tlie
i,,e."kk t,&e phitlaspher.N-*.stome,_,th'e} one thing
: ._.a i m to ouriwsheif, for" turhke-he" mamma-'l

j^i^^oa.inej.[iirsW[., rnmile.-"'- -.,$ *
If le -,,were a.lihseks' art,
,u' Pie0 ak e -1m. WON so tine as
t~l<^t B rhed~lie`rdlo^bho n Inez
'^S^^ 9' ^^^fl'^3 s'^'reqired to render
a'-t-i '",v lair, o3-an, ma,-
af !Fi^'%P 16,g- 'fl~ i m-i~A'f l qe -And every possible
..: speiese o kn g lI conlfo-
Dltty witk9ouq Irina rable ,pra94qe. ode,,iring. .to
poas^pa^*veUe as belikving. every thing in the
.A164f ..,t.'a 10ite ajxous tMat some teacher of
.,- 3 ..lS d i..i ;. '," ,- : '. i '-: *; ..
;,|y]_ .o~n'eful psSience ahould-otne this way.-.
t-i bdton -Ois frontirr.6d o ivdlizatioh-this Ultima
-4 f flje-fart and sciences-sucti~a desire, it
;nust bb 4ckfi~ovledgd,.was rather unreasohable.
We were tantaized %ilh thewoniderful a.ouiitt


Franklin Circuit Court,
D. K. Dodge, ) "
vs. IN CHaCEKY,
James C. Watson,et al. y -
D. K. Dodge, .. ". ....
vs.. BilHor Partition. <
D McDougpid, et. al. .
G EORGE W. ROSS having filed. a petition on,
.G the,22d April, .1846, praying -to have a cer-
tain amount of money now in Court,,.belonging to
.defendants, appropriated to the -payment of his
fees as the .Counse.iar an4 Solicitur .of said. da
fendants; and.the, matter, h aving been referred to
me as Special Master in Chaneery to: act and re-1
port upon the same, after having given 30 days
notice by publication in the papers. It, is:there4
fore ordered that said George W. Ross, the defen;
dants Watson, McDougald, et. al.,nd all others
interested, to .appear before, me in. the- city of
Apalachicola on the seventh (7(h).iof April next,
then and there to present or defend their respec-
tive claims &c ,. .
IbARRAWAY .SMI-T-L.
Special Master in Chancery. :
Apalachicola, March 6, 1847. 8-5t


COTTON STATEMENT. Last
.year.
Stock on hand Sept. 1, 1846.1088' 4'
Burnt since 1st Sept.. 100
--988
Received past'3 days ............. 93 "
previously ....... "..72,510 "
Total......,..,-'- 74433'69014
Exported past 8 days .......... 3,187
previously .......... 31,852 -
Total...... -8509:-40768
On hand and on, shipboard notc6leared...49394 28246


EXPORTS OF COTTON FROM APALACCIOOA
Comm'encing Ist September, 1846-and same
time in 1845.


fe r Ne w. Vrf~te.-. *" .w
,-i_-t, THE fast sailingtbrjig 1W. D OfYfi.
Tyler, master, will have iLBAdijtde-
Spatch fot the ab" port. F'Sr ires -Vv
passage, apply to., .' D0I G-J & p (. :)
Feb 20 "40 Wali*~ .
For New Y6Tr64 '-^ ";.' .
^E^ THE splendid brrg:Pk t^dkPark, having her en-rr P g
"tggK will'have immediafe desp.kA B'.
sage only, apply to the inmater, or ""'. '^*
Feb 20 NOURM STON-E k..1 _


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


....... ... .5690. 3.. "..737


........ ..
..-I--I....:.64 .......173
.718 ..6375 .7093 .1207
... ... 6D5660 ,560..6775
..1198 ,,2498..3696..3932
J' ''...600 -.1600 -1662-
..1271 ..7809..9080...1795
....... .1262 ..1262 ...460
. -1-87 254 .230 9.1 i7031
..... .... 3509.40768


Notice -
TO EXECUTORS, ADMINWISTRATORS AND
GUARDIANS.
T HE Court of Probates for Franklin county
T.wll be open from the 15th of March to -the
1st of April inclusive, for the annual settlement of
accounts. All such persons as shall not have
presented their accounts Within said.timewill'in-
cur the costs of further process.' .-
I. W..SPRATT,
Judge of Probates.
Apalachicola, March 6, 1847. 8-2t


J. Plynn, M9v
(Late T.- Iam K.) -i
BOOT -AND SHOE.Ad--K"i !.
-_ CONTINUES t6 carty-Cf-i i
] ness in Aaalachicola, friodowjfy
9I)r u low the City Holeruon -qget.ris-t '
fI Having superior- workroeB/,Jhe..-
confident that'all who may paIr .if'hi -E. A .
that they hfe-called"at IhLe-right -'"nP
Calf -Skin, Morocco, and. Palt f"leafher"Boli
or Shoes made to order, of the lategtr .' ( .i|
proved style. He w1ll also k eep o6n7 SArMls
and selected assortmefnt of"Ready -Mi-w
Shoes and Brogans.- All meI I "rne 11
with neatness aand promplitade, and oa
tliat cannot'fail to be'.iecog sed i.'.ke.l
with the compettiion'in tradeiLi t: t c
-of the'tim es. o:.- ,- '_
Apalachicola, October 31"' 4_i t ' J '


PORT OF APALAGHICOLA. ....... March 6.


Mastodon Cotton Seed--Geinuine
and no -Mistake '
".OFFERED for sale,, at the house of A. N.
McKay, A opalachiola.. ,The seed obtained
from the abdve me'ntioned bouse, may be confi-
dently relied on as genuine, being raised on Mr.
R. Abbey'4 plantation near Yazoo City, Missis-
sippi-Price $4 per bushel. I Also a sample of R.
Abbeyfs'cot-on, can be seen by cailing'at the
above house. .. A..I, .SHANKS, !
R." ABsEY's Agent.
February 27, 18417 .. 6-4t .


ARRIVED.
March I-Brig Ponce, Luce, fm Havana.
Brig Consuelo, Pepper, fm New Orleans.
Schr F J Brognard, Penuipgton, f'm N Orleans.
Bark Z Ring, Livermore, fm Teneriffe.
March 2-Brig Delaware, Borden, fm Fall River,
to Wood& Ballou. ,I.
Schr Elizabeth, Russel. fm New-Orleans.
March 3-Bark Cumberland, Hisdock, from Ar&-
twerp. "
Schr Joshua Bates, Persival, fm Havana;
Steamer Augusta, Jordan, fm Chattahoochee.
Steamer Emily, Hall, fm Columbus.
Steamer Peytona, Greer,-fm Columbus.
Steamer Champion, Cadwallader,.fm Columbus.
Steamer Charleston, Freeman, fm Columbus.
Sfeamer Boston, Morton, fm Columbus.
Steamer Lotus, Allen, fm Columbus.
CLEARED. :
Feb 27-Schr Ontwa, Corsden,-f6r N Orleans.-
March 1-Brig Henrietta, Thfrnston, for New
O rleans. ; : : ". -.' .
Bark Carlos, Tillinghast, for Providehce, by
T L Mitchel., I I :
Marclh 2-Bark Baltic, Saunders, for.Providence,
by Woodt &Ballou.
Brig Lyrd, Storer, for New Orleans. .
Schr Elizabeth, Glift, for New Orleans.
Brig Clarion', Babcock, for New Orleans, by
Chas Rogers & Go. "
March 5-Brig G B Lamar, Hayes, for NM York.,
by Wm G Porter & Co.


Apalaehlticla &xitgifte.
L.a ^ THE subscriber informs his friends
p and the public in general. thatftI boif b.-
-come the Proprietor of Jbits' 11
kown -ho"Wse.-a win be pleA~edTo^ riB
any of the travelling community I er
him With their cus~tot, and will' at^"aot-
date resident boarders: T .'b'el* ...at _
supplied with" genuine liqtork of 0.. et
quality.:AM.. OHW PAITR&_
Apalaehicadia, Nov 14, 1846. "- ?,:


i BUSHELS of the above mentionedSeed
1.0,, just received and for sa'le by
Feb 27 A. N. :McKAY. -


Cabinet Furniture.
JAMES H. -'COOK, 92 Broadway, near Wall
j street, New Y-ork, oeers-for side, a full and
complete assorftmebtotCABINET FURNITURE
and CHAIRS, which he warrants to be equal to
any in-the city; at the following unusually low
rates: "
Mahogany Sbofasfrom 2 5 to$150 each.
o.-- Chairs 30 to 120 perdoz. ;
*do. t-Rocking C airs from-$5 to $50 each.
do. Bureaus ""05 to- ,5
do. Card Tables $10to$30 "
do. Centre Tables, $i5 to $75 "
do. French Bedstead.*, |18 to$0 "$
Also Feather Beds, -Haitr Matt&esses and Bed-
,diffg 'f the finest qualities and at the lowest mar-
ket prices.
N. B. No extra charges for packing and Ahipb.
ping. = -
February 27,1847. 7--8m, : -


: Ma rs nall Houre. '_
.HAVING taken the abdw
lishment, (formeily.AKaaiah,
lely I am .W hall, ,
up, so 1P b I: meay .-'& -li
all who call ofomsrtl Kd
my.ell with the hope, In at-,0 oaeiw6c;
be indubd& to continue 'tChfir p*ofivg
Stages all stop wiih me, and i theahf
either of-1 hem, paqwn afo I
rmeet with no deterffifon,.as i0 at" c66t
eanbe had by applicati~dn' 0-mIf.::T, lie
Stage arrives 6n Monday, aries 0:
days, at 7 o'clock, A. M., and departs of
days, Wednesdays and Fri.ay- t'f 6
M. The Northern _'"t Pai" ts if iS
ter the arrival, of' IheB i.ns
saame day, at 8'ock, .; 0./..t
Stage arrives here in tifte.'akek.' -I
line, and departs on Mond _-...A'eJiT
Saturday, at 8 o'clock, A'. UM.-'4yri
passengers will take th'e Mail v
chief for Apalachie'ohl'b"KMi'yi'daih_k
A. G. MARAHIAL.tJ P r!
Quintcy, October 27, 1846. tnox.lM


LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT.
SHIPS.
Jessie, Oliver, 679 tons, for Liverpool, loading-
J Day & Co.
Oceanna, Stevenson, 445 tons, for Trieste, load-
ing-M. Psiachi. .
Cordova, Lowell-333 tons, for Liverpool, loading
-Dodge & Pratt. .
Dauntless, Rogers, 698 tons, fm Liverpool, wait-
ing-Master.'
"-." 't -BARQUES. '_" :'
Covenanter, Patterson, 612.-tons, for LsieTpoo[,
loading-J Day,&& Co. -
Cumberland, Powers, 402 tons, fm Liverpool,
waiting-J Day & Co. .. Iq
Margarett, Harrison, 623 tons, for Liverpool, load--
ing-W A & P C Kain.
Z Ring, Livermore, 323tions, fm Teneriff, wait-
ing- -M aster. "
Cumberland, Hiscock, 385 tons, fm Antwerp, wait-
ing-Master.
BRIGS.
Peconic, Park, 238 tons, for New. York, loading-
Nourse, Stone & Co.
Wm L Jones, Tylei, 22Q tons,: for New York
loading-Dodge & Pratt. .
Sidi Hamet. Crane, 121 tons, for New Orleans,
loadinig-I D Bugbee. .-
Delaware, Borden, 214 ton, ,for Fall River, load-
.ing-Wood & Ballot. -
Ponce, Luce, 177 tohs, fm :Havana, waiting-!,
M aster. f ,.
Consuelo, Pepper, 173 tonn, fm New Orleans, wait-
ing--Master.'. '" ..; .


Sand's Sarwparilla.,:
F OR the removal and permanent oure" of all
1, diseases arising from an Impure. State of':thl
-Blood or Habit of the- System. For sale by
.- -.- .- J. C. ALLENi- *
Feb 27 Agent for-.Proprietor. ;


S On Consign entU -
T HE subseirber has lately recefied on consigri-
S ment, the6follb winigargeitic.ie. "
2 casks choice Old Port Wine; r i
I ':: '" Old AI-deira Wine; "
,, supeqior.Old.S6tch'.Whiskey.;--
"2 .' Pale; Bro. -OiardlfiandyV;
t Dark Dumond Brandy;
- 10 baskets "'-.London .Clu" Ci afipaigne. i
Also, a variety of Segars, all of'which wil be
sold'low, for'cash only,'by :
. EDIVARD MeCULLY,
'cFeb 27 50 Water street.r,


'. T '.


-Fi 'low"
A N a.mortme'ht orf f
and for sale'by
Jan 30


S".-.*.. ; On. Consigpment, *' :
_-!' SACKS BONAIRE SALT, which will I
,.f!f sold low for, casnby :- -
EDW*RDV McCULLY,
";.Fteb,26', ."- *%:, "-I: ` 50 Water'ksreet.


be


CUHA COFFEE; White abh h4' f i 'b
Sugar;. Segars variou;'ftands. -Jut~- a.l6 d
per schrOindere11a, ffoorh"H ava*:n**fc
by B. l 'ii^f-
Feb 20 .-',-^- -V,.i. t de .


White Pine Lumber.For Sale. -
:) (~\ r\C ~ FEET` White Pi.,e timber,
.V-^vv-' just received ,per soonerer!
Hunter, from Bath, Maine.
Jan 16 CHAS. ROGERS & CO.


PASSENGERS. *- '
Per steamer Emily--Messrs S wiliams, T P
Larus. _. : .. :
Per steamer'Charleston-Mr Levison and lady;
Miss Shaw; Messrs Godwin, Young, Sturgis~and
Chapman. -" :. ; .... ,
Per steamer Champion-Miss A Talbot; Messrs
John T ucker. J B allard. : .
Per steamer Augusta-Messrs J C.- Mortbn, J
Ttjgker, E-.Seboonover, J-Scloonover...-
Per steamer Peytona-Messrs, ThosMehin, Mc-
Kenzie and Dustin. .. .
RECEIPTS FROM THE INTERIOR.
Pe'r alenime Augusta--12 bales.cotton toLock-
hart & Young; 100"-bushelm con 'to B S-Hawley;
100'd0 to J FFarrior." .- -- : ;
- Per. steamer Emily-19 bales -cotton to Hill,
Dawsowlk Co; 10 to Lockhart k. Young; 63 kegs
butter and I bbl peaches to Nourse, Stone:& Co-
Per steamer Charleston--307, bales .cotton to
Maclay & Kimbrongh; 184 to Lockhart &; Young;,
131 to Howard '.& Rutherford; 49 toHill, Daiwson
Co; I0 to Harper\. Hojmeg.
Per siemerT "'Clanmpion--538 bale! colttn to
Maclay &. Kiinliroiigh; 14Ito Hil.1, Dawsod .-'Co;
45Lockhari-A: Young; 2.3t1o Harper a; Ifolmes; 10
to J Day N. Co; 2 bunales hrde;- to Wylie & Mq-
Kenzte *& ; .
Per steamer Augusta-31 bales cotton to 'A N
M cKay. .. ;
Per steamer, Pealona-155 bWle-, cotton to Hill,
.Dawson, &Co; ;60,to.A: Guin; 22 to Wylie &
M cKenzie. -.-; ; ":. : -
Per steamer Lotus-30 bales cttind to.Nvylie6&
McKenzie; 25 to Lock-hart &,Young ; ,
Per box fin Albdn\'-415 bales colton -to Sims
& Cheev-er: 112 to J D:iv & Co: 30 to Lockhart
\" Young;; 35 to J,... l M Hul'; 2 )to Vylie -S
IN cKeiizie. !r ,-:*
, '''.-*" '/-" :- EX PORT S.- r '
PROVIDE NC E--Per barkc.`Carli(-875 .bales
cotton. ;'" *' ", '*f Y ',
Per bark Baflic-1193 bale-, cotton. i \ :' '
.NEW -YORK-Per brig G B Lamuar-718 bales,
c otto n- .- ,',: -;
.NEW OREANS-'Per brig Lyrd-343, bales.
cotton .. .. .:.. -.. .
Per sichr-Ot.w-a-116 bales cotton :
Per'brig Henriena--345 bale? COtion.' :
Pet stuir. Elizabelh--494 bales cotton. s
-Per brig.Clarion-474 bal-esq cotton, 70 bales cot--
i.1 g' de, A bo.\ indze.^ *i '


/.


.- ** '> .,.**"**?> --.-? -. -_
IForida iOlasses- ..>.t\ '
IN fierces and barrels,-for "r-
B. EfLiS$ fc^fe
Feb. -2 .. 0. *.s.4. t - ,s


S-'- ...: Frnenh PotatoeS. : -,"< s'
_5 \( HMERS'In fiqe'o6'deiJ~justeceived
-OUJJ and for sale by "* : ; i
Feq 20 NOtJRSE, STONE 'Se CO..'


J- tTST received hei: ti-ooqner Elizaetbe from
..New Orle~ans; -:'" ". = .. ;
20bbis,Flouir; 15 ,do, W whiskey; .
bbls 40ofongahela do;; .:,5 .g Laird ;
.....5.--:-Mes& Porkt5-6do.-Family Beef
For-ale.bM <-;.EWA-3 MGCCVLLY, ,
-:Jan. 1ft.;:.: : .;-" *, O -N.-Waterstier *


PLOUGHS, No. O and 16, at' Manufacturer's:
_L prtce.-" by B. ELLISO 4 &, qO.
Jar"23 24-FWajrst?. reet.
-OUGAR Kettle,; MH'19s and Caul rdmns, a large
Is asortment, mo-t approved patterns, for sai6 by
Jan "23 ROBEfTS,- ALLEN -&'CO.:
.., Platform Sales. j
2 1200' lbs. Platlbrm.Scales; .'. i, ;
2 1"_ 1 3bs. do. ;.
S"2 ;t'(Xr Ib.-BerSms, co'hlftete for cbtton.fMegh-
ing For .sale by -' i .
Jan T3 ROBERTS-., LLEN & CO. "
FOLGER'S Olosaonian, or AILHealmk Balsam,,
_for CohtUmption, Atthma, Coughs, Liver'
Complaint, and all 'diseases ,otl/he,'thrivta-inh
lungs, Il r sale by .. ^ .I" "-
.April 11 H. F. ABHUL.


White. ] ad.
" ."l~lil LB.S a'-superipr article-juAt re-
-5000V, ceived and for sale by '.. "
.Nov'21 ... :H..ABELL, Druggist.


i' *** alt<.
;: '1 K-0 SACKS Liverpool, cargo of Brj-
1--too V tishship Jessie, for Qale by
'-* Jan 23 :." *' -- ... .;/' J.DAY St;GO, -


f -- "For tire,
;yAfc- NEGRO WOMAN. 'Appry at this office.


For Liver A"* .-
S* rTHE fast B^kt^Wip'-0031r
^^ Lowell, master. 'Vi "I& d^^w cotton, apply.. r / .. j
DODGi& 'R_ i--
Feb 38 40 Watw e tattkU
For L ,verpron| ''- -', ,*I
^p^-THE superior BriUAt tliVp",-J j
flWin. Oliver, master, eoataiffc (Mie
A& of500 bales cton for the feWr ne"d
pOrt. For'fretg.,apply ,b1'"--. ]':s i . "
o -- J DAV ,.<-.


)For I4verpOo./., -,* "
THE BrilIih bark C0" ll7 t
captainptai n Patterson. MF"r 6i^ *''
,.S:] Eto. [feb20] .. J. DAy..


For New -Yorg .n fc
..., THE regular packet seir" "V,
iIg, Bede.l, master, till have-i: Irip,
'ABS^^the above port. For freigh[r iefI^
apply to "ODG ,"& Pf ,-T'-
Feb 27 4 W t .re t .-. -








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t~ ----i~-- -- --~ 9L.~9slPI


_w YI


FR.ANCIS KOPMAN haslfor gale:
English and American Prints;
B.omb-izine and Silk Alpaca,
Drad Ete and colore-d Cambrics ;
Bleached and Brown Domestics;
Negro Kersey's and Blankets ;
Bed Tick; and Linsey Wo'olseys;
Apron C.?_cks and Fliannels ;
Linen and Cambric Handkerchiefs;
Hnsiery of every description ;
Siraw Bonnets a.nd Woolen Hoods;
Kid Slipper.3 and Walking Shoes;
Colired and Black Gaiter Boots;
Caflfand Kip Brogans;
Call', Seal Skin, Kip and Water Proof Boots;
Fine Silk and Fur Hats;
A fineausorlmentof' Ready Made (l,-,thinz,
And a lirge vari Apala,:hicola, Dec. 5, 1.S-16.


1 _


. .. k -


,-'a~ie-^4 Cosntyl}'.Tas Collectors
( Yvirtie ajfthie po)w.;-r v.?it?.1 inme by law.
.B "stxfiiaotrV atter dile 1-..hill e.jio'e f:r sale
-bearg -the Cou-o t Htoue., -i the ,:iIv of Apalch-
.^ en~iFj-acn'l'lin County,,tlie 6.11-m'.,) i w .?.":iied
"..'r.r-o ty, bilngig i t) the A. l -h ichn.,l-i Land
WOR..t an, 6 s- meht )e t w wil paiy IIte
p ,or, 9h ,,ox m lih Ow l
_.J~t~auLGoiinv_ "J'axui d,,e th'e',-r-.i I i'the y.oar
4va ,C:..;. '_ d"l l'_ .,
,3: AIv arf Lits Nos,7, i, 9.i --1,0j et ca," i.
-." JE(-A, .-aud 7 in. Bl'<,i{'17:
SCo .!3t ,'7, 1, 7)in 8,;,-1; ,,,ls .
-,,co34.,7, ,-i-0' ,!-, f; 17. 1lS,ii j l. 31,) E ?.
jots6 .7 1; 7 'I .. ij)"Boro k F2.t .... '
..' .ot 3. m .BL . k'-D-':--.
618t G_,s ih B3;k-I, 1.
:^:'<^ 9 -; -3 G, 6, 1, n', Blo, k 41.
'*grots f to 10, in Biock Iv.
-- ,s .,: 2, 3, 6i, 7, S, 9 1, i, i Bl,.,k -3 .
--~ o 4 %,- 6,-7, ,, 9, 1,., ,1- Bl.o ,k 1,5. "
.. ; "& M -;6-5, 6, 7-in BI,,,-'I4.5 .
L .3,,:Lot. ,j ',.3, 7*- ." in ti.-ck 46.,
t .^ -ULtbr- i l),fock 4. --).4.:.
,s,.o, 3 ,, u lv. .11.1 ,n Bl,,i3^
B 1,.e
a. 17, t9 1,n Bl, t
-.*_.'!..tb .t9, in B13jck Jl.
S-...:." ',i ( to. 2)0 in Block LI.
-._,. -'6t3.f, 5 .7 S, 9 in BI,,k 9.
'... - :.- -'JOH N LUCU S.' ,.i' tr
*_-. .- :^ ai" p_ cio .Tax.-C.,.Jdlecor Franklin Co.
-- : *. ^ -A I' -i c ol_^, N o r-.O .-1, 1' 5 l :" 4 i ri
.. '.. : 3-'- ..' o ~ae t. "
fa W L Ro, e"
t6 ;.- -.
,.M W__ %s Mliaufactured W Price" Bri.and.
^.::, c; -r.: -' .-' "* "... :* : do. ,,
'"- .: -... ..* .. ...'-- *' :... ', A V B -a rlo w ,;
; '-5ff. I;b. -- b.-. we ;:t *: ""J.. W.Morgan "' ,
':2Jt33- '-'~ii-,mps ,.
J5'.-. ,..p.S, 'arin.utff'aette.-l J W Morirg Brand
--?=-Prdmium. .. .
-5 boxe -.b'-'-- -..,. .. ".-",,, Napo-
... leon Br;a'nd1< Magnolia."
5 b6ixes-'anuilaet-ured Napo-
''leo~n'3"-Brand" "Stra,.,,be,v.'
-0" 3'b ]'box-e- M3nufactlmid" Napo-
.-- ..-'.-. "leo&'sy--.A. and"'.'CT .-nolia.."
-'9 .,boxes; M.anlaet.iired ; MorfloI;r, WrH"ne Dew
_0-.-Crb~te-^.Cjwlterv l'; 1i",,,01 F'lori-da Sen.a's.
0 .O ozjNegrQ_C.ap_; 40 ,rz Hoes, o" airted."
.. Ingrain Carpetin ,-Ctlon ard.i, Tra'e Chains.
Fbrt.a' le6 w to clo- e c, ,n;e i=ii,-liti, h,,
.'' +.". -.; -LOCKxHART YOI.TNG,
kNO I.-I- 5- Water street.
/--I. JBooks aiwd Stalionery.
:r-fEtDG'ES-,' Journal.3, D.\\ Book-. &-c.
N NilJl'treiahi Fonlg and'Lezter Paper;
-' _.-aCotloriM'- emnoraniliitn B,),k{:
+"-6.hfahUlRive6r BiIIl Lading;
-,-, 4 .,JB D o k fo : .i e l t e .r e . -
,- _iy.l. laf .i' .^_x ": g and Checks, ,
< .--.. lait ,eei dth a r sale by
Am, :lrR ^ u/ H. F. ARELL.


Clover Seed.
A FEW'poundt ,31' large Red Northern Clover
Seed, for sale by
Apri.r 4 H. F. ABEL:
Bagging and Rope.
.r'n./0 PCS Bag;in,.,; 3,:1cols IR'pp, ar s;ale by
-70 -LOCKHART YOUNG, "
Nov. .1[ 53 Waterst reet.
BORginng and Rope.
"inPCS Kentucky BaggIg;
100 ,00 coils Rope; -- .
4 bales Bagin: Twinp, for sal, by
WMG.GPORTER &, CO.
De:c 5 .11 W ater strc-,-t.
Fine Fur and Silk Btfa%.
1 QCASES superior Fur andtSilk Hats, which
,4.; are offered very low., by
J ,I I2 --) F. KOPMAN.


-Latp Oil.
W INTER strained, a splendid article, for.sale
by [jan3.10] J C ALLEN.


..


III 'rs ~I I-I-' --- -. I- --- I- -


Stte,T4ax Colleqtoar's Saleib
BY virtue oT he-po-,er vested in me bI law, I
.shall expose for sale' before the Court Huse
door in the county of Calhoun,. on.the first Mon-
day in July next, the following properly situated
in the city of St. Joseph,. or so much there, -a
.will pay the State.and Couwiy Tax-Qp the same
torlthe year 1546:: J;
14 Lots unimproved valued at 4.51), purporting
to belong to RC G .Allen's estate.
IlLot unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong, to Robert Armsttrong.
.1 Lot unimtproved, valued at !$50, purporting
to belong to F G Aroit.
3 Lots i,,proved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to R Beveridge's estate. ;
-4- Lots uaimproved- valued at.., purporting
to belong to A B Blackwell's estate.
1 Lot improved, valued at $-24,), purporting to
belong to George Clarlr.
2 Lois improved, valued at $100, purporlingto
b.elong.,to \Wm Cruinwel.l.
11 Lots uniimproved, valued at '30, purporting
to belong to J N Copeland.
3 Lots unimproved,-valed at 530, purporting
to belong to R K Call.
3L Lots.unimproved, valued 6t $200, purporting
to belong to \Vm P Craig.
3 Lots unimproved, valued at $51), purportig
to belong to- IV Colquit.
*2 Lots unimproved, valued-ut .50, purporting
to belong to Colquit & Grant.
2 Lots unimproved, Valued at .$50, purporting
to belong to Wm B Duvalt.
3 Lot. unimproved, valued at $.50, purporting
to belong to D AW Dubois.
2 Lots ,inimprovd%, valued at W,5), purporting
--"- t) belowt- to-JPilin E Davis --...
2 Lts uunimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to John Derrick.
-20 Lots. unimproved, valued at $100, purporting
to belong to John G Gamble.
9 Lots unimproved, valued at 8109, purportffg
to belong t-o F G Gibson's estate.
"2 Lots unimproved, valued i i$o, purporting
to belong to E G Greenwood.
i Lot improved, valued at V50, purporting to
belong to James Goslinr
,3 Lol0- iriimnproved,' valued at $50, purporting
to bel.,Ug to Robert Gamble.
*2 Lots improved, valued at $[00, purporting to
belong to Edward Hardin's estate.
*2 Lott unimprov., 4'-"valued at $50, purpoting
to belong to-S K i-odg-s.
I Lot unimproved, valued at .50, purpotripg
to belong to ViLfiam H,,olland.
7 Lots unimproved, valued at .$S-30, purporting
to belong'to A K Hill.
I Lot umimproved. vahied at $,50, purporting to
belong to B S Havle:,.
I Lot unimproved, valued at $550, purporting to
belong to H B Inman.
*2 Lots unimproved, valued at $.51), purporting
to belong toG C S Johnson.
7 Lots i prov:--d, valued at $300, purporting to
belong to John Jenkins' estate.
3 Lots unimproved. valued at $100, purporling
to belong to Seaborn Jores.
I Lot unimproved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to Jones &t Bass.
I Lot improved, .valued at $50, purporting to
belong to J Kinney's. estate.
I Lot improved, valued at $21,1, purporting to
belong to J P Lockey.
I Lot improved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to'Doctor Lang.
1 Lot improved, "valued at $50, purporting to
belong to Abrahatm Low.
5"1 Lots uaimprroved, valued at $50, pur~portt~ug
to belong to P Lathrop.
1 Lot improved, valued at .j,, purporting to
belong to C.McEliran. ,. ,. --
9 Lot-i unimp-roved, valued at $50.30, purporting
to belong to WVm P Malolse.
1 Lot unimproved, valued at $N0, purporting to
belong to Thomas More. :
1 Lot improved, valued at 10.0, purporting to
belong to Daniel MuAn.
1 Lor unimproved, valued at $510, purportingto
belong to J Ninnener.
I Lot improved, valued at $l100, purporting to
belong to Win Patrick.
*2 Lots unimproved, valued at $3.0), purporting
to belong to George Poe, jr.
*2 Lots. uainproved, valued- at ,..$30, purporting.
to belong to J,,dze Pope.
I Lt improved, vallied at .8>0, purptirlig lo
blongto Wm D P1 ice.
2 Luti improvedt, valued at jr00, purporting to
belong to Isaac Rbin-on.
2 Loti im'proved,.v-jlied at $50, purporting to
belong to F A Ross.
3 Lots'uniimprvodT- valued at'",$50,4purporting
to belong to- -. Rva'n. "" .
3 Lots unimproved, valtued at 3,), purporting-
to belong to Wm-Rowlett.
3 Loks unimproved, valued at 8."1,, purporting,
to belong to Reegan, Colquit & Grant;
I Lot unimproved, valued at $50, purporting ito
belong to Roberson &, Everett.
*2 Lots unimproved., valued at .$fo.,' '), purporting.
to belong to Ph'ine'as Randaill.
1 Lot improved, valued at :,*.50, purporting to
belong to GCi'rg St Clair.
1 Lo'tt'inmproved, v;aLued -at'$5~0, purporting to
belong to R M Stewart s estate.
Lots unimproved, valued at $100, purporting to
belong" to Hanmilton Smith.
1 Lot unimproved, vahued at $*5,0, purpo, ting
to belong to Geor;e Slewart.
1 Lot u'nimpro'ed; valued at @ft.0i, purporting to
belong .lu J Stveete. ." -
1 Lot u,,inproved., valuedi-at fr,0', purporting
to behongitq..WVadter Thompson. ; .".*
S Lots imlproved, valued, at. .$j-,~:,0; purportfnig' : o
belon_, to E J-.W00d's e.state.
*2 Loltt im~provedl, vahued at flaOO, purporting tb
betlong to He~z R.W}go-wd. .. .. .-,.-
1 Lots imnproved, vad,d at .$'62,00, pur'p9,rting to
belong to Carnot'WVoodruff..
1 Lot uninmproved, valued at .S;50, purporting Io
belong to C~harles Wilson.
*.2 L~ots ,nimaprove~d;..valued at $50), purporting
Io belong to J D \Vestcott.
S Lots unimproed, vahued at $50, purpoit'figi
to belong; to:'P D Woodruff.


1 Lot uiimpr.ov.ed, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to William Wyat.
3 Lofs unimproved, valued at $550, purporting
to belong to R W Williams.
Lots improved, valued at L,51)1), purporting to
belong to John D Gray.,
ISAAC JACKSON, Sheriff
and ex-officio Tax Collector.
December *2,, lP;46- 49-6m
I Tax Collector's Sale.
B Y virtue ofr the power \ested in me by law, I
shall on the first Monday in July next, expose
for sale before the Court HoFuse door, 'in the coun-
ty drf.Qalh6un, the allowingg descried pi'opertv,
or so inuch thereof' as %%ill pay the State and
County Taxes due thereon (or the vear 1)54i':-
7000 acres third rote land, p.urporting to belong
to John D. Graynutmbers not known.
-- ISAAC JACKSON, Sheriff;,
and ex-officio Tax: Collector, C. C.
January v2. 1547. ]-6,n
D.r. Townsen.)d's Sairsapanila.
HIS invaluable and justly celebrated com
Ipound has just been received and for sale by
Dec -26 J. C. ALLEN, Druggist.
., ': ,'- : JL ilue, :
"'500tf CASKS- best Thomaston, for sale by
150 D. B. WOOD & CO.
mDec 1-2 : Columbus Row.
.,.Lann P. Qil.
W IfNTER STRAINED, a very superior ar-
W il.h1,-. just received and m-,r sale by
Nov *2S H'. F ABELL, D,',,-t.
Cider.
0 BRLS. Sweet *Cider, landing 1'fom 'brig
20 R. C. Fisher, For salebyv v' .
Jan.. '2.3 NOURSE, STONE & CO.


T,, Dnry, Gp6d!.
TH EwBubirlibers rfffer '1r sale al'afge and sea-
.sonable stock of-Dry Goods, consisting in
part of
Negro Kerseys and Linseys,]
\White-and Red Flannels,
Plin and Fancy Jeans,
Double twilled Tweeds,
Super fancy Casameres,"
Super English and French Cloths,
Whilney Blankets, 10, II and lqr&.
Duffil Blankets, S,.9 and 10 qrs.
Denims, Kremlins and Cottonades,
Brown Shirting and Sheeting,
Cotton Osnaburgs,
Coftton Drilling and Ticking,
Liaen and Cotton Checks,
Irish Liknen, Shirting and Sheefing,
Bleached Cotton Shirting and Shee-ling,
English, French and American Prints,
Extra super, plain and twilled Ginghams,
Super Cashmere d'Ecosse,
Extra super Muslin de Laine,
English, Scotch and American do.
Super Italian black and figured Silks,
Black Silk Cravats aind fiancv Hkfs,
Super English and Pongee qilk Hkl'Q,
*English and American Cotton Hkf's,
Madras and Verona head Hkfs,
Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose,
Super Marseilles and Worsted Vestings,
Col ton and Flax Thread,
Plan and fig'd Swiss and checked Muslins,
baconet and Cambric Muslins,
Needles, Pins, Tape, &c. &c.
Which have been ,elected with great care in
New York and Boston, from Imporlervand Agents
of Manufacturers, at the lowest market rate., and
are now offered at wholesale or detail on favorable
terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Dec. I, IS46. 4.1 Water street.
REEN & CONNERY, No. 36, Water street,
have just received and offer for sale
1-2,' ackl- Green Rio Coffeee," (new crop;) ,
100 barrels Northern and Western Flour;
200 Old Recltifed Whiskey;
S101 boxes while, pale and brown Soap;
5 h hds N. 0. Sugar; 5do Mu covado do;
:20 casks Bacon Sides and Shoulders;
5 "> Hams;
T20 barrel; Clarified Sugar;
10 boxes Loaf do;
51) Sperrm Candles;
21Y barrels N E Rnrn;
10 '6 While's Baltimore Gin;
if) Domestic Brar.dy;
10 N O Mola-sse-;
51) boxes English Dairy Cheese;
'5,) pieces Kentucky Bagging;
30) coils Rope;
10 bales Alicant Mats;
So bxsand hlf.bxs (new crop) Mal. Raisins;
1, ". Lemons;
75 Manufactured Tobacco;
"25 casesa.sorted Pickles;
31", barrels Mackerel, Nos 2 and 3 ;
220 haltbbls do do;
-21) boxes assorted Syrups;
i20 L chests and boxes Gunpowder and Hy-
son Teas ;
1) 1 chests and boxes Powechong Teas;
"2 hal" pipes Old Cognac Brandy ;
10 baskets .'1Heidsieck" Champagne;
51) kegs Nails, assorted sizes;
25 bbis Pilot Prnd Navy Bread ;
3 tierces new Rice;
20 kegs and quarters new Bnckwheat;
-2-.) bushels Norther Oith,.
Apalachicola, Dec. 5, 1,8-13.


upt-- ^W -s-*. ~ ^ -*-
.dj ^'q'. 0 lg.,4 1al-authority, ,he s .bcib r
4.*I 40ixIt r'.-., s'le ,-,a-t,.publi; auction, at :the
.irt-hout. o M.af"'!,q co;'ot j_'K ,'teen- the
b.r, of t.n a-rtd.!,oo'elo ck, on. the 13th tW'of
ayojat_-jhe&fllaff:ingt-raots of land, to wit:
K^S:, -or:cton "*.3, ]
4.4e&% +-iC~i-f,3ecldini'24, (.In Town-ihip No. 1,
4 V I of sedTi 2.,. R Rango No 7, S &e E.
T he N -1-of jiection *23.J
be- ec,i 1, T-own-lMip I, R S, S &, E.
0cG,-.. 1, R 9 ,,
.Bit!I3th..day-of..l-,kyat the Court-houje of
1 rse.pn eotmty, the folloing tracts will be of-
fered for zale, vz:.
The Wk.of Sl' n$"'"-
t'rffi'Eyv6-N'ec 14". 1 aTown. I S, Range 5,.E.
3 1S oi : c a : ) -"--
.T-h. o section t, Toen. Range 5v, S 11 E.
'A. Wtl --:2 -b:d.iy o N'M'av. at th,_ Cturt-hou_e of
-- 6i d p -ffla ':, lth" teollin4 ,r>:t.; will" be of-
fered tbr salei'i:', : .
-" T?,.*Towdnqi~pi'. N.Nr'[ h, Rihg^ West..
:.-- .act il-=e. tio ).i-5, ...,l of"Section 19,
: f.Sai..i ..... ,- _.- .7, .A ..) -22,
.S,- _WN.W.1 sctio:i_-1, .Al of ." 23,
_.,AB (f Se.p .". 1.3, A ll of 24,
': 'a l' -,df -*t'f 17,-
: _-In ToWkrismpl'-2- Not th, Ran,.ge 4 WVest..
2_S"_^'t'oirr.n 1 I7,- All oeetion 3,
% '.- ^raie0l.d S'ceji'oi,. 2'_.), i ".-.
i1.he 3Fst Cd-ay-of-MAay;at t.h., C.vnrt-h6us4 "Of
jackg6n counq. th-fo.U.o.,in, traerts will be ot-
f.e -for sal;vz; 11 A vi
:_, -J.-n..Townshiv i '5 NL 1h,. R -I','e I I West:
'AltpfSectipn : 1- S'4 ar,, N WV' an.-)
.' ;-fAnd- E. 417 s?,e.2, w | of N I.: i, }
--S E'- "f. ,eniub S_'- l.cl.n "21 "
:.'. :--vf M "' ", .- .I, S W t ,: Section 2,
.- W S & W ^ ^ ;*') -S. 1l ,,f: "" '21,
k `---a lf&1v'^Q^E.h S L k, \N W\}, See '21,
-;,--Sect'ion'."6 .. ", -) All i.f'S.iction -.: .,,
Allef -Section -' 7,, All rIf '. :20,
SIv i -so-.. ItofS:-E.4 A! (it -27,
."Sjclion:. ... 5, All .I,' 2S,
bE 'oTS W I,.See .- ..i! ,9_ 2-,
,lE!*>' -W,: o .t mtgo '| !:," All '.( J, :'!lji
5^ .&N' bSa- ,; All ,,I
:E^Nvy^-?5c;14.,_.\i. A- I 1. 3.),
E "-ection I..1'>, A.Iv f ..
Al.L.dr;: A.or,.:. .-.[7, All ,,f 31,
-A tl-"-f-':S .. -'* :-'I:-1 ,-" --\ hu l' it 3'
All-of N-^ =.!, All r 3of
A Ltof .of --- ..2;,
... t'6''Tow islhip 4"-N,,,th, RI ,ase 7 W est.
fxaeti onal. Section .14, | [ra,jtioiial Secin "21,
All oflSection 2,3, I
trn To%'ship'3-.N;,.R' W: All of S.'Ii IS.
,"In T 5 N, R'- !I Wst : N j ad,.l *V S atkl E of
], ',.Sec.6. Allot S,.:( n.. u.
,;-..' "ise-lands, selected ('.,r lie Stite ma'y vea'rs
.,since* -nd I.ing Li ab rrie.ibl.:: ii 1lb,.,rhoo, ti are
-ery valuable..-:
-..,, M3:.-""Wne-fourih ca.4h. and the other
Ahre --'to in.three e.1),,l a,,,,,i il i tilir, ents
,.wi.th.interest Ifrbin .Iie dare ( uf s.ile. payabte an-
n ai[Ymin advance;Athe pircha4- V, w .ih appruY-e,., securlilv; or ,i' anm -,, lia"r
k 3hII .p-re'er t6 pay up the w,.hole price in cash, a
discount shali be'allowed of fiv, pler cent on the
credit instalments.'
.-- ..... JOHN 131 %\RD,
:-.!',-a- Et sl-i o1f Public Landi 1,-.r the
r.-.:.... .. St.ih? olf FlIruida.
: Tailla'hasqee; Feb. 1;, 4I'7. feh 1 3 n.-.,'-'
,A_ '.- ,.,. :,. -
Otte^a~, Taox Collector's Sitkle.
>3!3 iCE.-is".hereb) .givefi, th t- si\ m. .,-l Is af-
.' .' da te, [.-w ill .e |i. ., i?, ., t.o s.tloi, t p,, i" h." out-
Cop So _L-L.te theCoU't II ,1e d,.or in the city of
i- hephjeola, the Jollowint property .'It :-
'. t3.' ..9 and- t,2 if bl.).-i F1, in the cit' of
ApaTacaticola, property belonging to Calhoun &
-.Bass ... ..-
." ,".*,.-: '-JOHN-LUCAC,. Shir~tff'
A.,-^-v^. : and ex-O1fimn-St'.te Ta L Ci-,ilector.
,GL palachj.c.)la,-"Sept. 22, P151. '3' ,-,.3m


N" OTICE.-S-ix months after publication o0
(his notice, application will be made to the
Hon. Judge of Probates for Jackson county, fbr a
final settlement of the administration of the e0-
tale of Samuel N. Spears, deceased, late of said
county. ELIZA SPEARS,
February 14, 1857. 5-6m Administratrix.


OTFCE.-Six months after date,'I will apply
to the Hon. Probate Court of Franklin
County, for a final- discharge from the adminis-
tration of 1he estate of -John C. Perkins, late of
said county, deceased.
JA-S. M. SHACKELFORD, Adm'r.
Apalachicola, Nov. 21, 1S46. 44-6m


Notice.
BY an order of Ihe Hon. Probate of Calhoun
county, Florida, will be sold in the town of
Quincey, Gadsden county, on Monday, (he2Uad
of February next, the following negroes, viz:
Tom, Mary, Melissa, Cloah, Mile. and Sally,
belonging to the estate uf Jonatha.. Thomas, de-
ceased, and sold ;or Ihe purpose of division, of
which the heirs will take due notice. Terms
cash. LUKE LOTT.
Ochese, Jan. 13, 1847. jat23 2-1m.
NOTICE.-All persons having claims agaJrist
Mary Thomas, late of Calhoun county, de-
ceased, are requested to present the same duly
authentic,-ed within the tine prescribed by law,
or this notice will be plead in bar of their, reco-
very, and all persons indebted (o said estate, art
-requested to make immediate payment.
LUKE LOTT, Executor.
Ochesee, Jan. B'3, ly47- jan23 2-1m


NOTICE-All persons having claims agai'ost
Silas M. Mercer, late o4 Jackson county,
deceased, are requested to present the-same dil-
ly authenticated, within (he tirte preseribed'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 Cointy, Jan. 3, 1846. ianl6 l-2m


PRINTS ONLY.
SPRING STYLES, 1847.
LEE & BREWSTER
44 CEDAR STREET, N. YORK,
Beg leave to inform Dealers in Dry Goods, -tiat
they have received, and are now exhibiting, at
the IT'arehouse exclusively for Prirded Calicoes,
500 CASES
Comprising all the
New. Spring Styles,
Of British:. French and .dme-ican Manufacture;
which, in addition to their usual stock, renders
their assortme-it one of the most beautiful and
attractive in Lhecily; and having just been pur-
chased for
CASH AND SHORT CREDIT,
"Are offered by the piece or package on the same
terms, at ard below mahufacturer's prices..
Caralngue- of prices (corrected daily,) are
placed in the hands of buyers.
Purchasers will inform themselves of the state
of the market., and be well repaid Cor au examina-
tion, even if they do not purchase.
L. & B. have peculiar advantages for'executing
orders for Print?, which are respectfully solicited.
LEE & BREWSTER,
January 9,"._ r'97. 44 Cedar Street.
B. Ellisoia & Co., 24 Water street.
SHIP CHANDLERY.
M ANILLA and Hemp Cordage of all sizes,
Hambroline, Wormline, Marline, Spun-
yarn, Oakum, Sperm Oil, Fall do, Whale do,.Olive
do, Linseed do, Raw do, Boilpd do, Spirits Tur-
pentine, Paints, Window (,"lass. Pull%, While
Ltad,-RRed do, Yellow Och',re, Chrome Green.
Emerald do, Imperial do. Chrome Yellow, "Ver-
digris, Liih rage, Sulphur, Bright Varnaih, .Copal
do, Tar, Ro'mi, Pitch, Turpentine, Coal, Paint
Crushes. Varnish do, Tardo, Scrub da. Clamp do,
L emp Black, Codn k. %ss is, ing, Russia Duck. Eng-
lish do, eCoon d.? Heavy Raven- do, Light do
While, Bluehand Red Bunting, Nails, CopetrCh do,
do Tac T, Ship SpikenS, Boat do, Brads, u crews,
lack Srewse, Anchors, Handspikes, Cap?(ain
Bare, OSera, Blocks, Shived, Jib Hanks, Hand
Pumpi:, Deck Buckets, Ceddr. do, Deck Brooms,
Corn do, Cukhe Mdalle, B ardo, Fundoanthresn Ax
shelves, Hooks and Thimbles, Box looks, Bale do,
Can do Coton do, Barei do, Firh do. Caulking
Iron oe, Mukir Ieon!, Mallne Spitr.es, Ship Sera-
pers. B.Vnz EDippers. Cook's ILadle6s, Tormenioris,
Dividers, Compasses, Sail Needleo, Sail -Twine,
Seine do, SePoin e do. Pnoo, Rigging weather,
Pump do, Pwhoveld, Hoammeru Hatchnts Chisels,
Augurs,-Plee,?. Harndsawo, lidmets hoRudsaw
Files, Hat Tail do, iron Squarey, Cupboard Lucks,
Stock do, PHooks and Saples, Hinges_ Padlocks,
Wood Saws, Pendant ongleyards, Had d Lines,
" De6p Sea do, Log do. Fish do, H~and Leads, Deep
pea do, Spiaeet do, ar dou. PFuneles, Lanthorns,
dliaekr Pnes, Pilch Pots, Log Books, -Cargo do,
Beladinq Piner. Tio Ware, Crockery, Carpedl'i's
Beols, SampRson Post s c we, rmc.
Apal iitColaJan.2, Iu'?k.,2, ,47.
Groceries alld Ship Stor-es.
o 10 COFFEE, Java do, St. Doing do,
JR Northern Flour, Wesern do; 'N 0 Sugar,
St: Cro-ix do, Porto Itico do, Young Hyson Tea,
Hyson do, Powchorig do, Souchong do, Gosheh
Buoter, Cheese, Lard Bacon Haris, Sides, Shoul-
ders, NBoldysae. Whiskey, otesa and Prime Beef,
Mes. and Prime Pork,. ackerel, Shad, Salmpn
Herring, Sound?3 and Tongues, Cod Fish Tongues,
Pepper, Spices, Catsups, Pepper Sauce, 'olives,-
C-ape~rs, Pickles, Soap,, Staf-ch, Tobacco,, Navy
Bread, Pilot do, Crackners, Vi;egar, Dried,.ruits,
BeanR, seit, Raisens. Macaroni, VermacelliF Ar-
row Root, Corn, 0ais, Buek wheat, Mustard, R ice.-
For hle by *B. ELLISON & CO .
Jail"23a .N Water street.
BOOTS, Shoes and Brog'ahs,'bay the capae;
Women's Shoes and Buakins '
AMen's, B-ovs and -Youth's Brilgan.3.
46 66 go fihe sew'd Broglans;
Mfen's pegged -Boots; 6
66 fnp sewed Boots;.-*
Rueset Brogans. For sale hy
B. ELJIs6N & CO.,
JanI -23 '24 MWater street.


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lent dose of any siglre mfr 4 *d&lJ-'
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,Dec 12 ;. ."5."X LI -


Calhonn Circuit Court..
John F. 0. Thomas, )
vs. Bill for Div-o'r'e. "
Marinda Thomas. 5 '
THE complainant has leave (6 file supplemen-'
tal bill which was done; -It appearing to
the satislaction of the Courtv' that the defendant
resides,.out of the Western Circuit of Florida: If
is ordered that.said defendant-be required to ap-
peaiand answWr'the bill of complaigi, on tbq
first Monday in' M.a'ch, l847, arid in 'the fault
thereof, the said bill shall be laken Oro 'ohfesso,
and that this order be published in some nesif,
paper in this Rtate for two months before the
day ordered for the said hearing.
GEd W...MACrAC.RA,
Judge of Southern Circuit,_ .
Presiding in the Western eircuT'o
(A truecopy--;-Teste.)
H. W. ROWLE., Clerk C. C. GC. C.
Calhoun County. Dec. 21. dec26 49-'26


CANADIAN VJEB wMW
. ,The remedy to wti.icirwe.K.eu. L t i.
tion or tie publi c. i ne w hi ch fp._ ^. ac *
cessfult in. lohgfie' anir f" nm"e'iSi ^
know4-rfgdb<-WAIl t)IaetMlfbJ^
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those in boed ."''01". T e mgc,..,,...: .
or nest in wlilch"WripB "fr ut^C^'dj@
-a byroe-n m th .refi r Uie, r.:
otemain in the body. t .is armless-. -i.i- -
on den Lhn-ssWec, n e "0d-A.tip =" '
a I way_ I impr ioved by its.'u-Se even lwvpngi Afi
,-ire discovered.;; ^ '*"^-'^"l".(9^jfp.
'*Tre'Camiadian TeViTftg#f''l-C6fl"eP^^
.bol Umm tichsiB mwuh -were c o t her.'*** "" *
Prepared on'fy J'^ M^
Ma-iden LanO, New -Y66k:-1T"^5'^^1^
-.H. F. :ABA S
Jan 9Q. -i Afa^.SAaf' S. .: "


Calhoun: Circult Cout, ."-
IN OPEN COURiT- DE~cEmBER TITBM, 1846.
lit 'Chancery.
Elizabeth M CeBryde,) .." -" i
vs, j- > Bill for Divorce. ,- ...
William MfcBry'd ,.-. .
TT appearing to the satisfaction of the .Cmirt
1_that the defendant Wi.llam McBrvde, resides
out of the Stale of Florida; It is ordered, that the
said defendant be required to aippiar and ansvwe"
the bill i-n this case, on the firgt'Monday inApril
1847,-and fn d,.fault Ihereof, the same shail be
taken pro conf-sto, ,and it is1ftnrther ordered tlhat
this notice be published in some newspaper, in
lhns State-forlhe spa~ceof thj1e montLu,.
GEO, W., MACREA.,
Judge of S,.ul hern Circuit
_Presiding in Ihe ,Westerh Cicuit.
(A T rue Copy- Teste.) "
H. W1: ROWLEY,, Clerk C. -C. C. C.
Ca.lhoun-Comnty-, Dec. S-1, 1846= dec26 419-3m


..-A CARD.
N" SEYMOLTR takes. this melhnd of inform-
S iri% th. citizfnsA'of.Ap.a achicola and [is
vicinity lhat he has removed down on the corner
ot Wate," and Centre streets, and feeling thank-
ful for the patronage heretofore extended to him,
h.e solicits a renew;-al of the same, by offering to
yon a very neat and select Stock of GOODS, c0on-
.3istintr in part as follows:
Cloths and Cassimere?, various sfIles.
Fancy Prints, do. do.
Alapaca Lustre; do.. Figured. ..
Silks, Grode Ryne.
do. .Montella
do. Satin Striped.
Fancy Cashmere Robes.
do. Marino .do.
do. Dalaine do.
M;uslins; fndia Book.
do. Swiss, Luce and Colored.
Edgins', Lisle, Cap and Thread.
.Shawls, Danmaslk Silk..
do. Marino. .
do. Plaid Wool.:
Kid, Laceand Silk Gloves.
TuskanhGipsey Bonnets, latest fashion.
,R. bonds in al variety ti..s.
Browvn Shirting, 7-S,'4-4 and 3-4.
Bleached do. 7-% 3-4, 4-4, 1'--l, 11-4.
Blankets, 6-4 and S-4
Ingrain and Cotton Carpeting.
Carpet Bags.
Hats and Caps. all styles.
Boots, and Shoes.
Clothing of all kinds.
Also, a neat little assortment of Jewelry aud
mary other articles too numerous to mention.
Call and examine for .ourselves.
N. SEYMOUR.
Apinlachicola, Nov. 14, IS16.


In Cha uceri---FrankiMn rcuit
Court./
Mary Farington, by her next "'' '
friend[.Hezekiah ]:. Wod .| ,. "
"r "" Vy "J. W 'd Bill for Divorce.
William E. Farrington. J
IN.-this cause il.appearing.to-the-C.ar-t,. by afli
davit- of Complainant dply made, thatthe de.
fendant William E-.BarjLiugton resides in .lthe
United Siates but ,it'h6ut," the Stae of"Fiorida':
ft is therefore ordered'thiat publication be mad'
'according to 1aW, for three-mohths in some "tj ew{:A-
-paper published within "this Circuit, dnrecting th i
said defendant to appiar'-at .the;Sp-Fing Term 'df"
the Circuit Court, lobe. holden Hi.-Lbe,..ounly o-
Franklin, and answer he esaid ,Bi'l "or the same
may be tare, as confessed .dgainsi.ir.. ,.
GEO. W.. MACRE, Judge.
A C opy. ":
W V. ,.,ALL AT, Clerk: f ......
December 31, 1846. '"janIB V--I .... "*'- ;


Fn'anitlK Circ'n ift Court. -
Roberts, Atlen &'Co.- ':'
vs. : | Petition 1 Vb Fndie 1
Ebenezet-Hot,lafid (" Mortgage.,.! "-
Wim. C. Lawrence.. J -.
T HLE defendants. pre_ hereby notjfied of the in-
stitution of (he above suit; by Bgtition -o-for4
close their certain, mortgage deed, .hearing' "ilte
the 15th day 6d(October, lS45'"o'f a certain sloop
called the Oregop," I'o secure the payment" of
the sum of $500. _And that at flie next "spring
term of said court, I will move, for a judg&imtn6f-1
.-breclosure. .. -" .- ':! 1
A.G. SEM MES, AU'v for Pet i.tionex i
ApalachicolaJan *2, t1-9 50-2,n. :. 'j


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H H.HDSSt. -Croix Sngar t ."
10 21) do New Orleans Sugi'r, to arrive;
100 sacks Rio Coffee; 50 do Java;
40 bxs Aromatic ToLlgacco;
50 Mifft'd do. Brown's and Labbv's;
'20 ) Sperm Candles;, 0 b-xs brown Soap;
10,0 bag Shot ; 50 kegs Powder;
2000 Ibs Lead ; 4 casks Linseed Oil;
-200 ke.s \Whire Lead-, No. ', Extra and Pure.
For sale hy WM. G. PORTER & CO. *
Dec .5 41 Water street.
'Tarraut's Effer've-cent Seltzer
Aperient.
HT EALTH RENEWED, and an invig6iited
and healthfil'-condition 'on body producecf
by the u.e f TARIMANT'S EFFERVESCENT
SELTZER APERIENT. '
This preparation is universally allowed -to e
tha most popular remedy of the pesenrt dayT'or
the prevention and.,cure of Indigestion, Biiiou.3
and Liver Complaints, Nervous Weaknesi,'Head-
ache, Heartd.urn, habitual Costivenese,&-c.
Traveller, and residents in warm climates will
find it a desirable a'ticfe;' it prevents any, accu-
imulati',)h of'bile, is portable, and the;manelhod of
preparation is unusually cunveiiint. Children
have frequent occasion" lor gentle and cooling
pu'gatives; ihey will t.',ke this aperient i; pre-
ference to any other. Sold wholesale and retail'bv
Nov .5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist, .&c.
- 'OFFAT'S LIFE PILLS ANDPHCW__iX
BI TTERS, i,,qt received and for'sale bV
Nov "yS H. F. A.BELL, Drtqgis't. .


pAINTS '.AND" [LS- r Ies No I White
Lead; T2:,,, galls Winter Lamp Oil; 300 galls
Linseed Oil; 50 bxv; assorted Glass ; :,.,) Ibs Ptt-
ty; 1001 assorted Paint Bru.)hes; Black Lead,
Spaliish Browns Yellow Ochre, Green Paint, just
received and for sale by
March 1 H. F. ABELL.
On Consignment.
8," BOXES T o, Soap;
0.2) London Club Champaigne;
:25 boxes Florida. Leaf Tobacoe;
For sale by B. S. HAWLEY,
Dec5 ,--5 *2S Water street.


In Jae!ison'Ciron it'cort;.
*l SPRING.TERM,. 547." *r^,.,. "i .
Etheldred Philips; ., . .. : :/ ,
vs.. l$,Attachme br $l0.-00. '
. Richard Tripp, '
.THE defendant and all others intererteoA,'wil
-L take noticeeof the institution of thissu it ^y
Atta'chmenr; retrnable to the ne.Lt ter'mrdf eh
Cirefit Cburt for Jaeksoh: 68unty, and' aplpef
and plead to the declget i{on filW.In. aid.huse. i
.., A.-H. B rSH'P, tfI.'sjA tt'; .
A[ariapna, .Jan.,. 14; .1S47.- jvay.3'.?-,,, n .


--i .... "-. ',Pil-.^ "^ Pri "t -* "
i:.su1teI.Ei: e lt ut rec-eved,: per'bark
'^^ ^St~i-Nk~w'York, -200 pieces supe-
it. Eitgliq -e-arbi-i:--Prints,-lor sale at-[lower
n-s-than.e'r'. I-b}~eforeered, at' w -olesale or

....%, r.:: "; ..-FRANCIS KOPINIAN,
-." --:;-.Bap .-Bfifi3, Fine Wr'itng_
: -.-;" :.i ?'...P paper, & c .'.--".
-...-A ' E .iG-4ao.fment -of Stationery, con-'
i6k,- .eyJ,.gi. f Fu fiep and Letter Paper of the
aF M"-fi,|Blity ; Blaet-ad White wove (ruled) ex-
tra.kieirin art0- kfrPo.t; also a bea,.tit;l
_f ttent'0"f-..:tnse" 'ZLept,,r Paper, P ,ns. &.(.I
J'uat.r-ceived per'-b- Alabama ind for sale bv- -
". ,.. t '7--_, .--:j*.:"h... -, J. C. A LLEN.
^ BErG^Ht i^ nd'- Print'4 bv [tie
1Y-" .-. ea_;? -0^ ,'.,s1.,. b -
-'- -.. -- .m.. -. ..ELLtSON & CO.,
tJ- 23 /, .-. :. .Wa.et.-eet.
. ._"-


.., ", -., .,
LA .R E and resh supply of Drugs, Dr~d'- pd1-lo* we tj -i.t
*-A. cines,&c. cobisisting repart or thte f6.11w- _dea7;- IranJB-tV' g
ing article :-50 doz Ca;I4r 'i1, qts; pba'h"'g Tlr"i
pts; 5 bxq Houck's Paince, o \G b.-0 ',O** y^^^^^, re;-
40 kegs Epsom Salts; 10 bbls.Coppras ;.1' ll :- ,w: "-.Ig S
Gum Opium; 2.0 bs.-:Sulphate Quinine.;- a2-. e.,"I '"' W,.i
London .MXutakrI ; Ho_'s, Qf. all.kindsi,.20 Ibs- l
Nutmegs; 15 btxs Starcb i-20 bx Lemon SMup ;' Bxi'sM dr t^Jw g'l^
10 kegs Pearla.h;,;q `gross SetJltf-z adedrrtd,;,ita-,'pl",igWtfl
Powder;. ,20 Iq .Eglish Calomiel.'. 1 do' "Sply. trfiejt(3sigad_byftd .-im
T urpentln, and a'generrfl.a.sortmI',t b 'Al tS-.vil. .ang..oua ".ttaton,-K
cles -inu, Wo D'rug line,'Ifbe "Couritrv Meian'ts,' cfuiop not t4 cn, uh
Plan ters9 anil Physiciolmr- For szge'bYi,_3 -* Pr6lY^^Wf ^''by%
. Ifcuch I -* .-;-' '.--..-H. -F. A-BELL. .^St-tWSt'~"


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EVERY WYIttAN.VT. I3ENJAMIN ELLISON. WILLIAM; A. Woo 'V r. SYDNEY GREEN, M D, NEW ITEM: IX A BILL. is unaffected piety. Nature may navigated the globe,in the ship King George

J. L. B. Ellison & Co., 03- May be found at his residence, Corner of Some forty 3ears:\ !: ago, white Jerome Bo. lavish much on her person, the enchantment in cump'.iny with Snow Queen Charlotte,

M' DAVIS- Editor.Oflic COMMISSION; MERCHANTS.JINI Centre and High streets, opposite the Mansion nnparle: \vas travelling New England witha of her countenance, the cracefulness Captain George Dixon, during the jesiri
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House. Nov large stopped over night at the her mien, or the of her Intellect 1785 '
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES/ HARDWARE, S. strength 6G. 87, and 88 visited Port Etches
) ?, Third Story Baltzell's Ruildinsp, corner of TIN \VAH1HOOTS: SHOES. HATS:: tavern of an avaricious old hunk in one of yet her loveliness is uncrowned, till piety on the Northwest Coast of America, in the
Commerce: anJ Chestnut r: reet.T1 .: CAPS:CKOCKfeRY: SHIP Dr.. A. W. Cliajiinaii, the beautiful villiages Western ;Massachu throws around the whole, the sweetness and latitude of GO min. 10 sec. N. and longitdd*

CHANDLERY, &c. CC Office over the Drugstore of B. S. hawley setts. The landlord was and Englishman: power of her charms. She then becomes 145 deg..\Vesr, where he remained sometime

':I MS.Sua4cRTprrnN.I'hrec 21 Water street.Apalachicola. 1'a. (entrance on Chestnut stloet.) Residence at the horh Ultra-troy in his feelings ; and when unearthly in her temper, unearthly in all for the of hlish'ipsand
Dnlhr per annum, jan 23 IIOIHC: lately occupied by Dr. Ualt/ell. he heard in the morning that he was to have her desires and associations. The spell purpose .
in advance, or *:1 ;5'J' if paid within six January 10, 1S4Q. 2 tfW. refreshing their crews. Before leaving
A Laivson !lcs
nell
,jf paid : no a person than a brother of the Great which bound her attractions to things belowis that 22d
the
port, on day of JI.1I1.1781. having :
thereafter.
mnntlM, or 5'I OJ if )Plid IMPORTERS, MERCHANTS, AND
Vo subscription taken for a less term than r-ix COMMISSION: :: AOKNTS.' G. OT. Davis Napoleon, with an extensive retinue, for his broken and she mounts on the wings of previously planted a small garden witli
wii\! i he cluri forihttn'rind. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT Quests at night', his joy knew no bounds.- her fancy and to the habitation of
ini,;nth -inJ S-: inv.irijhl\ Jan 23 ]}.\iMjaii>GF, GKOUGIA LAW hope, the seeds of esculent plants of Europe* ho
No PVT will be discontinued until Offers his services to the public in ejtber of the Extra servants were employed, in all the God, where it will be her delight to hold caused "to be lopped off all the bra'nche

all arr*irises: are p lid, unless at the option of the E. J. Ilardin, above capacities. rooms clean sheets were pat upon the beds communion with the spirits that have been of the highest tree? ," on Garden, n small

I'Nprif'tor.nvr.R\ n.\1.:<*1'-Ole: square, (twelve I lines FACTOR AND COMMISSION: MERCHANT lIe will practice regularly in Franklin, Calhoun chickens and turkeys wery run down and ransomed from the thraldom of the earth i island in the port, on which "he fixed I2t the

:K*") win t h.s nn'Tlrd at the rite of Ono Dol- ({sr;- O.lice: No. C Columbus Huildings, and Jackson Circuit CourH-and) will, upona had their necks wrung-in short, every preparation and wreathed with a garland of glory. top, a staff about ten long/withta wooden

or 1 llr (or the first, and: Fifty Cent for every subsequent Jan Hi_Ap.ilacliicol.t._ special retainer, act as Counsel, in any Courtof was made to give the Prince a Her beauty may throw its magical charm vane on, and near the bottom of?the tree
the Middle, of Western Circuit. lIe will also reception becoming his high rank. over princes and
in ertio:1. Roberts, Allen cV Co.* many conquerors may inscribed in large letters the name of hi*.
Pothole who! aJvertHe by the year a liberaldn'0'iit DEALERS IN HARDWARE AND SHIP argue cases in the Court of Appeals at Tallahassee Night finally came, and with it came Jerome bow with admiration at the shrine of her ship, with the year and day of the inbhfti.'*

will be nude; but,llalverti) ain< ntsiintshiftlv CHANDLERY, IRON, STEEL, NAILS the sessions of which he will always be Bonaparte, with some twenty friends and riches, the sons of science and poetry may Fifty years after Captain Portlodk' liaif

\ pertaiiui( : to their i own business as: well SPIKES AND CASTINGS, present at, unless prevented !by accident. servants. Here was a wind fall for the old embalm her memory in song, her piety caused these letters! to be engraved on the

a* all lejal a-lvertUemanN :sent in by them, will And Manufacturers '?f Tin, Iron, and Copper _Apalacbicola, _Septembers., IS tG.: _.__ __ tavern.keepel'-hea'e was business for him. must be her ornunent-her pearl. Her tree in that little Island, on which be.tiaJfixed

b' charged! ; le at il the:advertisements usual:rates. : must be paid fur Wares. II. E. Owen, Supper was soon served) the distinguishedguests name must lie written in the book of life,' a "staff with a wooden vane," Capr..

in'irjAll advance.. ; Dec_12 Apalachicola, Fa.WAI. ATTORNEY LAW went to bed at an early hour, and at that when mountains fade away and every now Sir Edward Belcher in H. B. M. shut)

Kr:: rive Djllan will be charged lot announcing W. SDI*. \VM. W. CHKRVKR. (;tyros, Barbour County Alabama. an early hour the next morning breakfastwas memento of earthly greatness is lost in the Sulpin, visited the same port (in the summer -

: candid ite- for offiVe.! Sims &: Chccvcr April 29. 191G. 2-tf prepared, swallowed, and soon after' general wreck of nature, it may remain and of 1337)) for the purpose of surrey ins"
1& All a.h''rti.;*:m3'its from a distance must COMMISSION I MERCHANTS, every thing was arrrangrd for their depar- swell the list of that mighty throng which the harbor, and for obtaining astronomical

b? aC'imMnitf: ; I with! the cisb, or city reference, Office No. 21 \\'ater'rt'f't.. A. G. Sciiimcs, ture. There was one very important duty have been clothed with the mantle of righteousness and magnetic observations.Like .

In irn-ire in ertioll. dec2 Apatacbicola, Fla. ATTORNEY AT LAW. still to be performed by the tavern keeper- and their voices attuned to the Portlock, on the eve of departure;

.-- -. -- .- wTrT: fcj- Office, J\"o. 2 Capt. Xiinmon'g JiwMing, the making out of the bill. Such customers melody of Heaven. having completed his observations Cap .

iJ1t Li1I1trJ Dfccctocn.Eoci'iirt : VVnor.Wood. A E. B. 13.u.t.oc. ror. Centre &. Commerce hf reels.nov3 were scarce--Bonaparte seldom With such a treasure, every lofty gratification Belcher was desirous to leave some mark tn
.A : Ballon
.. ---- -- .-- Apalarbicola, Fla. visited' that section of the and on earth be friendship
purchased
---- ----- -- -- -- --- --- CO\I: MISSION :MERCHANTS: ---.-- _ country- may ; designate to future adventures the visit of
t\; Yonu;!:. Ol1 ice Xo. -12 Water street.-Up Mnirs. J. LaATTOREY \\', Boniface(: was determined to make the most will be doubly sweet, pain and sorrow Her Majesty's ship in that port. and for

cOMMS1fN: : I .i'j.l Lt.WARDING _Jan 1 16 Apal.ichicola! ). AT LAW of the present visit. He got along remarkably shall lose their sting, and their character this purpose, had directed a tree, whichwas
MK II CHANTS.I( well with the bill until he had got up will possess a price far 'above rubies;' life growing near and which had been deprived

:%'0. ;o-J: W'ltCl'slrl''t, EcI.ul ITIeCally, Bainbrid; (Decatur Co.) Ga. to $;5. This was not enough. The landlord would be but a pleasant visit on earth, and of its bark by som.. canlolnot.. then

1v 1 .\pal.t liicnh, Fla AUCTIONEER {X3-: Will attend punctually the Superior Courts could not think oflettiug the brotherof death the entrance upon a joyful and per- conjectured, to be felled to the grouad.-
\\'L1F V,' .\. McKlNzD of the counties of Early, Baker and Decature of the of the petual home. And when ihe of the The
.'1.\ ;,_. : Office! No. \atertreet, greatest man age off short of notes woodman's axe was raised its keen
the South We'tornand of the
II Jan 16 Apalachicol.1; F.t.'I'lI,3ILs county Thomas $100. He figured" it over again, added a last trumpet shall be heard, and sleeping edge was descending fast to the fated free,
\\r.t'li & :ilclcnzic. ___ _____ !. of the Southern Circuit. may
little here and put in another extia" there, millions awake to judgement, its possessors when, at that critical moment, the attention1

COMMISSION: MERCHANTS.Ni. COMMISSION: ;; :MERCHANT IVestotr AND( ,TOBACCOINSPECTOR John ISilbo, jut afler all it only amounted to 80.- shall be prrscnted faultless before the throne of Captain Belcher was attracted, and he
: \\i Water street, The bill !" the bill of God with and of had
I AND HR01CER. ATTORNEY AT LAW was shouted in his exceeding joy, a crown barely time to arrest the "sacriligious
4 et.: *.-'2f: Vul.t, -; <'biroli-: ,--Ft..- :\0.2'" Water St.-Office second back room. Ar.nAxv, GA.WILL ears, but the bill was not right," as he reviewed life that shall never wear away. order," as his eye caught the traces of !letters -

I). i)nufortHUCTIOX D.'t* 2'"i Apalachicola, Fa. practice in the several Courts of the it. All was bustle and confusion.- Such i h piety. Like a tender flower on its sides which in a moment more
.
\ AND COMMISSION: MERCIIAN\ .Wc tt.ru: Circuit, and Thotpas and! The French servants were chattering and planted in the fertile soil of a woman's heart, he traced to bet

>..vi) 1:SCR.I.6as r, ill. ift. But Stewait counties busileing about, the carriages were all readyto it grows, expanding its foliage and impart- Port Etches, Ship Kin: Otofgt.

lUF\UuA: ALl \. FORWARDING AND: COMMISSIONMERCHANT : Aug. :i>, L'3.Ij.: 31-....tf Mart, and nothing was wanting but the ing its fragrance to all around, till trans Nalh. Portlock ComnTr.July ,
Cutton! : bought on ord.'r. -. -_ 22d, 1787.
tz -
l } --- ---------
it is bloom in
----- -'--- -- ---- --- hill.I planted : set to perpetual vigor

Refer* toB. _p.-;-- -'_. _-Apl-! i&clircnla.- ---. -I. a.-'_ I UMBER: INSPECTOR e"undersignedA "Why for you no make-a dee bill ?'* said and unfading beauty in the Paradise of Yes, there stood the identical tree, on thai
K. f\II..I.DKV J v ,..\. ttict. S. : i. IVickcrson, having) been appointed Inspector ot Lumber! the cashier of the GOD.A lone little island, on which Captain Port-
J. (;. u!:VHP, 5Ie for I the County of Franklin, otters his strviccs, to party. lock fifty before had! bis
DCVLKR I IX CLOTHING: DuO rs years engraven
\ ..M.VVLIC x )kK': zu:, ) SIKM'.S "In one minute, replied the landlord
,
the in I that and! will
UcWcu. public rapacity, attend all
1 to with that of his There had
II.\TS it
J. <. I1FH1)%, ) 1.1'3 C A PS:, &p. scratching his head. TOUGH S1'ORy.-Not long since, a name ship.
--_ ._- N>. 1 Coluinba! B'k! duties appertaining I tosiid' appointment.CORNELIUS horse, apparently in the agonies of death defied the rude blasts tf that tempestuousclime
.J.: Seliilfcr.] By must make him
GRADY.March22.
S. A gar you quick, or
D'C 11 _._ :\Apilacbic[ ] I. was found standing a rock on Middle and there, time that destroyer of all
W.hL1T..I1J IWI'AIL! [ GROCERj u _ IS.I. IMC no pay: continued i the Frenchman, upon
t: tVirueiUr tttf'/lIin'1 ,')id to ptitttn; up t family.BliM.ll'utl diaries: liters John :\I'lnn. Eugene W. R;, s'-rs. ------.--- ----- Yes, yes ; I hear you," said the land Island, in Lake Superior, making efforts things, had suffered it to live on and grow
,1111 1 ';!llj'"KTPS.No T hiM WEIt 1\PECTOll.-H.I\"ill: been ai p lord, his \ from as it appeared to reach some twigs upon a old stripped, as it Ind been of its bark, for
Civ. Ro & eye gl.mcing one charge to
I I'J: \r..1er-ted, ::( a's Co JJif| > Inspector ol Lumber IIT the County another.Suddenly I I hush a few feet from him. When the gentlemen half a century, by the ruthless hand of man.
CO.\IM1SS
Xjr. 11 .\;>.il icliiola, Fh.I J [ O X MERChANTS, of Fr.tllklinlh i approa-
._ Water strct-t t to t the public! ill that : md will attend! toIl a thought struck him. Amid
rapaeiJy and but for the of
I dec ched the spot where he was standing, they were gone, piercing eye
21. F. Abel, 12 Apalachirola, Fa I dot ic S appert.ti ni rig tu said appuiutini'iit. he unwonted! clatter jabber and din about
I -- -- --- endeavored to make\; him move in the direction Sir Edward, that time hallowed tree, rendered -
'..v.i.:.'> VL': vvn UKTMI.:: \pril H.ISI'J.' liENJ.; LUCAS. his ears, he reflated that he should turn all -
.1\.St I 1HiW: ;.;. 'II': ):CI !-:- P\l\T. U. 1:. Wood ct Co., - -- __. ..- he: extra noise and confusion the visit he seemed desirous to go, but they sacred by the Inscription, which foftiny
Iit.; <,
'\\1-| V z*'K'ral :-ntmrit of tltiaN\; :MERCHANTS:: I :MEIICHAN: ..T T.\. l.OR. "Item," lie had; so long sought to conjure the poor beast budge an inch. They triedto have been hewed to the ground hj the axe

c: ir. ,f C.i'"itivU: and \\'.tter strct-t<, :\". 7, Colcnib\ < Il'iw, r/f!.iill/lt t. ncjct iltwrhflotc Futncii Kt'finnn'a. up was at length found, and he lift his feet one after another, but could of the woodman, uplifted, by his own, as-

tnl .\'HI.I 'hl"'III! 1..1. Nov. :2", \ -.lb'' J,!1.I1dt":hjfl'Ij.: Fh. ; 1TtUE.D) pcctfillv infuim the citizens ofAjvl f lished the bill with-- imediately not stir them. One of the gentlemen, fortu- he has been pleased to call it, "cacriligious.
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-- ..,.,.. .
Ef. E*. Biittlcn, 15. F. :Notr-f, H. H. .":tore. II. W. Urook: : I \ .icliict.l i, tfiut, lu' haot< ..Iu..t t rereixtd .. To making a-fuss generally, ::2O." .udv, kK* i>Mrxnn.\vho;; had his a month or two order.-Buston Atlas
that ,
in vicinity
Vi C'>l C lll''It", Cainierc, and! Vr-tin! i ,;:, un!'urpasMJijuility the !bill, and off instantcr. Whether packing of the
paid was towns-no
.\t.hchi"II lj. F.t. :\11 S S I lOX MERChANTS eastern matter rcisel'whena
.r.o C 0 M
f> J. h|It. : the extrodinary magnetic attraction which
I ia I orchoapiifss! co'i i! i! vory Jerome found that of the
Bonaparte: ever out ; gentleman bar was about
No. 1G Water street, which lie jc to make there. It immediately occurred to
and'arit.ty., repirrd ; in prevails
fi iltcr j up liy had, for \ fuss
UIljluin: : ; paid S20 making; a- The omp.n1IJadasseri1bJed
committing matrimony.
1) :'' )12: A.'alacli"o1! I Vt. the neate-t and most f.lahirJIIthle,: style at the! him therefore, that the rock upon which the
CM1I'IUN I : I ; I UFiCI1NI'I ------- -- about Yankee the in attendance.-
generally, a tavern-keeper's parson was
nip Thankful for the tloer.11 of loadstone
: povible was
cheapest horse standing, composed -
was
.V.. I 1&& W it-jr street-Up than but if
house is: more we can ever and the bridegroom( rose to hand his
favors beret bestowed him he say reference -
01: c i hopesby it
pon and examination, proved (to
0." I, I li.: .\'", hi:! ic''h, Fit.! upon
-- -- -.---- -- -- FACTORS fc CO\DII: MERCHANTS: faithful attention to his !business, to merit a Basil Hall, Fiddler, or 3Irs.TrolIopeshouldget be the fact. The unfortunate anemal, while the certificate of publication,, according -

Ls. ;"'.Tt'c1. I:. !)iiac. No. .j 13 \\ ll((,r stiI, continuance of their paMonasjc.Apalachicola hold of this story, they may rely upon in the vicinity, had walked upon the to the (law in such cases made end pro
., ere I K' A X 1 1) COMMIS.10N D.-cl2 I APALCflI'flI.k. F.-\ :\0\'. Cl I, 1 IMG.J. its authenticity. graaing shoes vided. As a lawyer he could do wonders
rock, and his iron were consequently
1 I.: ( ------- -------- --- -- and this
:Mi !H MIANT. before a bench jury: bur was :ar new
X''. '..> Colun'j-H: '! IJlo'lr"i. UUIICt'tolIolnles, Stevenson & Co. A'iCDOTE: OF GENERAL: 'l'AYLOR.-\Ve attracted, and his locomotion stopped as case, he was sadly embarrassed and'.after

I fl..,. jQ:i J'::'. .V ia! -In,.ol-i.,. Fa. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, J\'i/. -Jo i: IVattr and Jo.. 2 Chntn'it 'fh. arc indebted to Capt. Downing of the Raymond completely as though he had been bolted his fumbling awhile in his pocket handed!! the
driven
-- -- - there with iron rods through
1t! 'I, Aru now opfrrtn* their Fall stock of Staple Fenciblcs, for the following anecdote, the His reVeranco
.\ : -UI3i: c. Cn MILKS Pr.\ I'r.Ufe ; the i hoofs.The. parsou wrong paper. _
'lrllt.'t IXSU'llANCE'(fur Dry G'HiiKBoot", Shops, I Mat-1, &c., which the} the facts of which are strictly true. glanced his eye over it, and with'a g odria-

: \ 1 !'aH.: :SOX MUTUAL. J\\to Yuik COMPANY: ofli-r for slle low f.r cash or city accejlance.Apalachico'.a ; ien. Taylor has several servants with following! not new, but we have ured smile told him he had made a mistake
0)1'11': : ; &. """ '."'1.\ SION I MIICIIANT.S: of.1i' Cilifuf oct 21ls l.' him which are impudent, and are
No. !31 Watertrert, very never before seen it in print : and handed it back. It happened to be a

No.1'1'1) WattrStrevt, Dec 12 Apalacbicola. Fa. lioots and SIiocs.BOn.S permitted to take many privileges with the A gentleman in Providence thought he WRIT! The poor lawyer was now doubly

_N'.iv '>!_ \1' ,1\.ilh( !. l! Fa. C. A. GilKKN. C. H. COSNERY.Ore --. : and :'1cii'- Ru""-et Bro)-;UI,;; soldier, on account of the Indulgence of had discovered a coal mine, and of course embarrassed, and fumbling again in his pocket

H. = 'j'a..hU", 'I tV : \ '-!s wM and pe 'd Kip Brogans ; their ma!ter. On one occasion one of them made his fortune. He sent a load to an handed out another paper. After look-

CJMMISSIOX: ) FORWAUDIXCt COMMISSION: : I en I Coulca'f:MERCIIAN'l'S: (;I'nt'l fine Calf Hio anWin's \- ; used some impertinence to a rather rough editor, with a request that he would give it ing, at this the parson smiled again, but
pp 'd and! spwM Shoes; Children's do. do. looking Texan Ranger, for which he was the of the matrimonial
:-11 ERC.NT: : No. 3-3, W.tlcntreet. ''a fiirst-rate:! notice. The next day's paper seeing pertubation
N.t. 72 Vtter-1rt, :\l'.u.crnclr.FA.. Super Ladies' Kid rind :Morocco Shop* ; knocked down and prelty severely belabor- contained the following puff: candidate, forbore to notice a second mistake .
Ladies'! and fine Calf
r coarse Boots.A .
Snp
1=ftl: '! 1 ly ----A:)'l11ehi4'.I1a.1'rtitas Pelican Mutual Insurance Co. (L/"JSc.w York.C11AS :. lanje and cxlemivi'assortment received ed.-The negro bawled out at tho top of Rhode Island Coal.-We have received and proceeded to the knot. Ort
jut
__
;
Iupan'u : A. c iREiN: Agtpt.Dm and for sale by WM. G POUTER; & CO. his lut!::s, and instanler, "Old Rough and a load of coal of this article with a requestto the morrow, the happy bridegroom was"

."' No. :3>? Water. stri-ct. Dec 5 H Wafershoot.Iron Ready" was on the ground in a perfect give our opinion of its merits, and we much surprised to find shis second certifies
'VllfJLt1..'! VVD: RJT\H. In:'\I.FoP. llf: ------ -- ----- --- .
-' --- --- ----- fume and thus addressed the Ranger the of the
-- austerely with
therefore advise all sinners on the day of returned to him request parson -
,
DRY (;jJ:}.". HOOTS, SHOKS! JI.TOXl: > .cth\U'i .llcCnlly, T ';iil... &Cb
: l judgment, togotothe 'Rhode island: CoalMines to forward the true one. He opened( U.
CLOTHING. &.C COMMI SFOX :MERCHANT AND I DEALER 'J 0 TONS Swede I Iron, assoitH. sires: ; You ale a scoundred sir; you belong toa and found it his TAILOR'S BILL!
/'II CI\e4nllt-Strect, Fa. for all h-II can't set them on fire. was
Ajlllal'hi'ola
!_ IN JM< Y GOODS AND] GROCERIES:; ::;, "'_, 1O') k's Nail, do. here
for
and the
marauding party, are
II. 11. W uoo. No 5') Water street. .1 casks Weeding HOPS: a-otttd: qualities; tiuf
of robbing and pillaging, and for no PatcoCITY.fev\ years ago., a
purpose A PRUDEXT IMPOSTOR.-The famous Je-
Fa.Vsii. Blacksmith
Wood A Oo. Dec 5 Apalachicnli, 20 Sleci Faced Anvils;
."CTIoNl': I K s .NJ D COMMISSION 20 English: American Vises: ; honest purpose !" mima Wilkinson who, with a number of fellow was taken by his farther to B carpenter -

M E It C I HANTS, \ <;. Porter A Co. 20 Ik'l!low!!; The Ranger, who knew perfectly well her followers, had fixed her residence at the to be bound apprentice to. him after tb .

X J. :! Col'im'j'J-s! Haildinjc, DEALERS::: IN GOODS AND COMMISSION: 12: dozen Spade a.id! Shovels; who he was addressing, drew himself up and head of Seneca Lake, announced to them, fashion of those times. It) settling the business -

__0-t:: 11. AIIibchila: :MERCHANTS.Xo. : 10 Collins' Axes; thus shrewdly got out of it : You're add that on a certain dayshe would walk on the the master, who was one of the stiff

A. X. Jlcitay. 11 Water Street. 10 I) b\s Cotton and Woolen Card. ; old liar sir; and if you were General water. Hunderds collected on the shore of kind, observed :
Dec !) Apalaohicola; : Fa. 1 case; ;; Rowland's Cast Steel ;Mill Saws; himself I would tell so !" \Vell, boy, I suppose you can eat most
Taylor you I and she thus addressed them-
CO the lake
:tIMIS: I O X ;MIUCI i [ .\ N T, ,
lOOt! Ibs Cast and Gprmau
Sfppl, for sale by is said have turned off filled can't 1 1 always make
anything
General to mj
The yon
:\0. 40 Walor lreet. J O lIt S. Ilntcliinson, WM. G. My dear friends. will be of no use for me
S">t-31. I Hl->._A ",1.''-'liclla.! Florid.; AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION Dc-c.1 J PORTER 41 1 1 Water& street.CO. with laughter, scratching his head, and to attempt this miracle, unless you have toys lire on what they don't like." .
",veil I believe would." I IOVK everything but mince pit ahd applt
MERCHANT, muttering, you faith. Say, do you verily believe that I can
T. II. .tiistIi 4V Co., No. :50 \Vatfr street.Solicits M OFFA'PS LIKE PILLS AND rllJ NIX [Lexington (Miss.) Advertiser.CONSCIENCE. perform it !" Certainly, cerninly," answered pie !" was the boy's instant reply.! -;-Lynx.noes.

c() M \11 I S S lOX M E R C II A NTS, patronage. APVL.\cincot..., Fa. IHTTKIIS, just received and for ale by a hundred voices. "Very well," I
No. 45: W at Street:; Nov 21 J. C. ALLKN.:
: .-The Rev. T. Fuller, a replied the prudent impostor, "if you believe -
> Jas. F. Fai'rior -- -- -- ------ ----- ---
J 2J_ _ Apilachifola. Fa. GENERAL: RECEIVING. FORWARDING, : fc Dry Goods.DRILLINGS most devoted and Christian writer, has well it, that is enough-there is no need of ABSENCE OE IYD.-On SUnday eTe

i Cooke cV Home, COMMISSION: : )MERCHANT, Ticking; Cotton Osnaburj*, summer' un the different kinds of consciences my doing it, and we will\ go quietly to our ning. a young gentleman accompanied by
J COMMISSION: ( )MERCHANTS! Xo. 50 Water street.D'c Jeans Flannels, LJlan- there are in the world, and he includes homes." two ladies, entered a church on Charles sti

.4 Xl>. l.J, St. Charles Street:; l, 5 Apalachicola: Fla. )Lets Tweeds Slutting4)i :Sheetings i C heck them in five different classes. First, and proceeding; the_aisle, took seats_near
> Gingham*, Calicoes, Delancs Hosiery, &.c &.('. : he says, there is an ignorant conscience, IMPORTANT TO L.-\DIEs.-Of all the sin- the alter. The gentleman before, sitting
Xew-Orleans B 'V. Cllllcn
A For sale by B. ELLISON &, CO : which neither sees nor saith anything gle marriageable; ladies who reached Oregonin down commenced taking off an oVercoatbe

((pa!OIlr.W.... S. Cooicn. AMOS HOIIN.J AUCTIONEER AND! COMMISSION Jan 23 2:1{ Water street. neither beholds the sins in a soul nor reproves 1845 twothirds were married before the had on, but by some mismanagement or absence -

MERCHANT.share I Public Pal Caps by the case low for cash by them. Secondly, flattering conscience first of the next March, and the other third of mind, he pulled off both his over
C. Allen Solicits a of ronaie. I-IATSand
\ Oct APAI-ACHICOIA, FA. B. ELLISON; fc CO. whose speech is worse than silenc found a great difficulty in resisting!; the darts coat and dresscoat, and tberb he stood*
Vi1)i 21
f-s-ile and HeUil >al
i umC.i:5: JBUiniNK I :*, PAINTS, OILS, Ladies' fine Kid and Walking itself/: which though seeing sin. soothes men cupid. At one time, even old maids wereat before the congregation in his shirt sleeves;

) GL.YS3: BItUSIiISc.&c.: I. D.COMMISSION. Bugbee, in the committing thereof Thirdly, the a premium in Oregon city, and the last The audience wondered what was .out jt
Shoes.
also AND FORWARDING seared conscience, which has neither sight, one that remained played a star engagement was not a place to spar ar box l 1n-.obut'th

'T .i general assortment of MERCHANT I 1 L&O O/t PRS. Ladies'" fine" Kid Slippers Shoes; speech nor sense, in men that are past feel of coquetry and flirtation before she absent-minded gentleman did not stop long
IjlJ;: Walking
BLANKS, STATIONERY. &c., ic.o. No. 7 Columbus Block, prs. ; ; a ivoundtd conscience, Ira hundred for them to speculate-discovering his situation
r. of Chssnut & Coinnifrce streets, : lOU colored and black Slippeis., ing. Fourthly gave herself away. couple
.' l.'i; ISI lj. Apalachiroh, "'a. sin. The last and best is he grasped both his coats i it! bis band
.1}I"__ ApaUcbicola. I'Ia.a. _Sept. For sale very low, by frightened with a likely: corn fed girls would go there, they *
.r' B. Jan 9 F. KOPMAN.S quiet and clear conscience. Of these, the would be like hot cakes on a cold winter and rushed out of the church, the .whole
F.Cr0RNU S. hawley, Starr V Co., fourth is incomparably better than the three auditory in a general titter and.woademt 1lt.
COMMISSION( MERCHANT, i AUCTION A:: COMMISSION: : : MERCHANTS, UGAR PANS at Manufacturer's prices, by morning.
No. 23 Water street, AND GENERAL AGENTS, former, so that a wise man would not take a ---- Accidents wilt hapeo in the best regulated.
D 5 Apalachicola, Fa. EUFAULA, ALA. B. ELLISON & CO. world to change with them. Yea, a waunded A> I.NCEWDIART DCTECTED IN THE ACT! families, but under such circumstances,
: Jan 21 Water street.
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__ RKFERCNCES: : conscience is rathei painful, than sinful, -\Ve learn from the Yarmouth Register, : they are extremely provoking. and ant entitled -

: Avery & Jones, :MCST, DEAV &. WYLKS )| Oil Cloths and Carpets. and affliction, and is the ready way, at the that on the 24th ult, the house of David to our siucere commiseration.-[Baf/

GLocas;: is COMMISSION MK11CHANTS; JOSIAII ULACICWELI. & Co. 1 New York. 18 PCS Oil CLoth 1 and 2 yards! wide; next remove, to be. turned into a quiet con Farnworth at East Dennis, was set on fire Clipper i. >. '

e :;. No. 43 Water btrcct.Aiitldcbicola.. FA. Li I'. SHAMAN &. Co. j :3:I pes super Ingrain Carpeting; science. by an incendiary, in the shape of a glass I ___ .'
JOHN NORTON, jr. J 3 Cotton t globe filled with water, containing gold BLOW 'EMtII'! "fion'ttalktotnQaVqnt:
J taE1tIAII DAY. JOHV FHASER & Co., Charl lon. 2 Stair '* said
DAXIKL J. UAV.
of the cotton. an ,acquaintance to
with I fishes. The sun, concentrating your gun
a
C. C. For WM. G. PORTER & CO. Two volunteers, charged robbing rays
LATHROP & Co New Orlean, sale by
J. Day A: Co., WARREN CROMWELL ) Dec 5 -11 Water street. comrade at St. Louis* last fall, have been as they passed through the globe, converted us yesterday, "I'll put my ,wife.againsi.aoV

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, A. K. AVER. J> Columbus, r 3a. lately under trial there. One of the prose it into a powerful burning glass; and if invention in the world for blowing, people

No. :32 Water street, E. J. II\RDIN Apalachicola.W Fine Boots and lirogaiis. cutors swears that the accused struck him a the smoke bad not been preceived, the house up; if the government could get !her to

Dee 5 Apalachicola, Fa. 12 CASES Gent's fine Calf Boots; blow which left him insensible for several would have been consumed, and the cause, sit down opposite San Juan. deUtqth6Mexicans ] ;

(Wr \l iso, Aents for the "/Etna Insurance Co." (STAR'S and Swaync'd Balsam of Wild 300 prs Brogans.v minutes and that immediately after being of course' ascribed to an incendiary would leave inslanter.*' '_

i ?r'e) .Pro'ection Insurance Co." and the "lIart.o Cherry, just received and for sale by For sale at low prices by struck ,he him searching his pockets. there had been no fire in it for some .daJI. [Bcrc !l...
laaurancc Co." lUrtford Conn. KovSS J.C.ALLEN.- Jan 9 F. KOPMAN. felt




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-r-L .1 rfFrotn- -,-- ---- -:-- I :-- which Col. May, the Pass ol Ronce-svallcs to the the case which the Bondbolder5out
the N- <). C lm. Time. Feb 20 ] pO CI) to be now in the Irmds: of Santa in respect to the governing principles a haenud .

J.ATlFnO 1 T1IK nRA*O:5. .\uni.: C03LHERCIAL l\DVERTISER.\ direct I heir political course. Peers of Charlemagne.We in their memorial, they have essithcmselve ,

B' tlkt. CHIHUAHUA. The statement we before -- of Mr. Wcsl- have begun to learn what the Mexicans thereby from
The nchooner //. C:1pt.ft1 = =------ = = ----- We shall publish the speech making any

cohn, arrived I here yesterday morning with published eflhe capture of this city, is con ATALACK1COLA, SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1847., cott in our next paper, and we can safely say can Jo as Guerillas, and we fear that we shall on the State for payment-and indeed"*
the 17ili instant the dale cf her firmed. In the battle whi h took place --- --, --- ----- I soon hear more of their The is '
prowess.
news to --- -- -- - --- -----" - of it in which country fairly that
lo our readers, that the portions may presume they have:
sailing from the Brasos. The embarkation there, the Mexicans lost 180 men. Gen.Ileredia 05The: following? gentlemen are authorized full of light cavalry and Rancheros, ready to act made D

of Hoops for the IstnnJ af Lobos w.is still had gone from Durango with 700 Agents f i r :!I" ('miMnuctAi. AovEivnsnn.and will the subject before thc Senate is debated, is at a moment's notice-no sooner is a movement 'their minds so to o.Vi are rejoit'ed\b:

going on,"nnd in thr *r clays after the departure mrti, 1500 tnustkes, and two pieces of artillery eeeiveu'n1! rteipt subscriptions, or advcrtUciients able, logical, and correct in principle) -eve- apparent: among our troops in any of the towns snch i is their determination, as a ter. tl.

? of the If. HI/Mrr it was expected to Chihuahua to take command for I :- man who distinguish between timelieentir'usucss citing question i is thereby allayed, aDjt"shall
ry (1 occupied by us, than information is sent to some (
*11 would be off; anti on: their way: thither. the Mexican Government. News had arrived JOSKFII F. MASON, pst nUI dl?; corner of and the liberty of the Press I not again be agitated by the
that vessels hanover and Beaver MreetsVv York. cavalry officer-Mexican spies hang around the que5liG'
Farther eletatis! have reached us the disaster at Dnrango. two English : !
attending Major Gaines's command. supposed to be laden with munitions of war, l>.\vin I.RAVO, Esq., New Orleans. will be fivnrably: impressed thereby. columns cf f our troops on their march-their of paying or not paying the Bonds) Ull1ttt
\ Esq.Ihany. Ga.
'M.V. CHKKVI-K.: ,
The Americans taken consisted of fifty had succeeded in evading the blockade and :Major JACK UAUDMAN, Eufaula, Ala. .On (1 ill.1Y (morning, the momentous proceedings I strength and destination is soon known to the some incendiary politician should Sa11

Arkansas 'men, and twu detachments of I I getting into Mazatlan. ---- -- --'- ermine need. The Senate lock up the resolutions I commander of the enemies troops, who snze-s agitate it for his own selfish purposes.
----- Ritchie which
I --- -- -- -- against Ihe venerable pronounced -
Kenlnckians, one of twenty-five and i lumber The American Flag stales that on the the first favorable and unguarded: moment to I ,
ailick-s in his of Wednesdaynight
WC TCOTT AND YULUE.We two : paper
of eighteen. It is sa*: l that when 10th inst.named, a respectable Suzenean citizen of himselfin Mata- 't call SRS the attention: of the People gros-r.ulilic 1ibd'!:: on !he Senate. The I make an attack. I was by precisely a similar I large DRY sales.:COOD The.-The auctioneers Spring arc has duinz ott, destroyed of
they found themselves surrounded Capt. moios constituted themselves a nw
parlies to the I of similar information and buintsand :
G. !\I. Clay proposed to cut their way a fit of marital jealousy ; his wife had also this State to the following atlaRs, found) to try t clsc-frt own le ; next judges to a'- system warfare-by than although pr.ces are rioter mocbW
jtinw
aid derived from the inhabitants of the colonies they were a year ; fJ'er., ,
a
through, but the number of the enemy, committed suicide. I in the columns of the Columbus Times, -c"-s the punishment ; and lastly executioners to I were bought cheaper on the other side The r_

two thousand, effectually drtcred them from S.XT.X.(.\'S PROJECT.- is believed Senators Congress. The Cain)' into efTrrt I their sl'nlcICt; all without allowing that cur Revolutionary chiefs: succeeded in confining -' English and French Importer" are Hh T lit!

making the attempt. Din I lens ie, formeiK hy many: well-informed and correctly-judg upon our question the accused the liberty of defence !! the British troops within their lines-cut prfits. Some cf Ihe jobbers are sflline ecttinz, !&}

prisoner at Mier, who was with the Arkansas ing persons, that Santa Anna will mnich; to that will naturally arise, upon reading( Yllpc- made the first speedi-justify him ing the usur ofl'detachments and repaired the loss of a great but in entrallI'Y are large buyers aul tuTt;!;;

Ireeps as an interpreter, made hisscpe the piotection of Santa Cruz; and that all the extracts given below, will be-"What patill urged by Cilhoun his thrrngh, he upon the battle !>y many successful surf,rises ind defeat! e'llf'ril.-\-! Y. Journal of Conmtrt
In case appeared to
Senate. Mating
the of meditated) attacks Salt lila siWh of So it seems that,while!
from the Mexican rumors on have sallies our importers
camp, on Major: cause can produced tumble until his knees fairly knocked together; Every Mexican is a spy, and thoughhe! may their trood! are bet.
lag ia
cheaper
\3nes'8 horse. Monterey Matamoros &e", ale nothing but .de Democratic he about to the Europe tha-if n
angry rriminatinn, m.: by a evidently feflu.g that was urge; work to-day in making fortifications er chopping they are selling them to
their
lS
Much excited feints, to cover that object. the individual custom
-. specnlalinn" has been- -- by newspaper upon a Democratic Senator ?"- prpclralion ol it gross outrage upon wood, he will be found to-morrow guiding a party I not much fagfifT"" than they were ?
the the liberty of the a year ,
ine probable' destination of Santa right ol I cillZl'l. 0: press
Anna'i of the Chailestcn Courier which has been thus made of his Ihe traces of American That i is encouraging, certainly. The
who has really sallied tint of hi [Conespondence ] and) if the asau1 :and against I the spirit Oft1 tree institutions; and countrymen upon an Millions of, consumers in this wholIT Fmg'tt1
I \WASHINGTON Feb. 23.I Senators is their all 1 for I : c of tnt convoy-who e departure and destinationhe cr.ur.try,
earning
ments at San [jui. Some believed he intends upon our justified by \nhIIIH'd purpose been told that the Reduction of the Tariff UJ
that ?d lr. Benlon intends make ;
learn lo
the You
Ion
Mr. ( Pre-sidei.cy.
to attempt the reconqnest of Snltillo some special comments :Ir. Calhoun'spolitical character or conduct, past or present, then CaIIOH'sch! (VuU-eV! particular cast I of countenance. learned, whilst working with apparent goodwill operate to tlinr benefit, will be glad to UutLi
upon probably
and Monterey ; nlheis that lie is only miking what 1IItct for Uncle Sam's dime*. hour army should by reason (,f diminished cost and increased
course, and especially ill relation we appeal to our fellow-citizens to say carues nrrp ol the marks e II f '.
; feint in that !his real object heinz Jo !ai be defeated which God forbid and the Kndi-li an.! French Impcrtm arenX
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a quarter{ the face and when, then, fie ever may a
as
m the .\1t'xicanar.. 1 r. Calhoun voie< should! be the fate of that Dcmorratic! Party race in : ; was fair prrfiN." It strikes .
to cover and) defend V*'r.i Cro/. i \ with a deep ene of the retreat shor.ld become thr.nsands of IH that "thi "ret lilt
the |
for Bill thouglupon 'I
every lo catty: on war, such Senators to 'idEnfill'rf .c-t necessary : entertainment to which 4f'
which "
of Sir.t.inna sent represent we were invited I
The following address : 10 con e f deed his master had TV.
the question of the declaration of war qutMice3 ( assigned our men.uhl be butchered by the inhuman } Tribune. l i
bis forces, which weiakr front the 7V-.M/nnr, I fur icasonsthat he has our State in Congress. him t'j d-s I never in my lilt looked on a counteon 4 1.1.
: IIl'dt'clillt'11'Olio!, Rancheros \\howould hang: about cur r'l'mrnn4ready : Liars should have
of yesterday: seems :10 give some .iuth) :iti- the and narwe! other shoulders coining so near to what good memories. \i
The insinuations to reasons
Civon and) that will be appreciated, before as I
to the report* of Ins .idv.mre; ; miles, I it strikes n.e, hol1 have b"'en the expression of like vultures, to pounce upon the first Brother David Hale
city Ions, if the war should I lead to the consequences motives which have )led Messrs. Yoke and was telling our fQlJ
other time1 it is meif bravado! in I ihe hi* l"n father. doing t hit t I fr which tradition straggler who should! fall too far behind his com
:is at that the British
pointed out hy Mr. Calhoun. the have .a%s del m" over the I earth to I this iLy.V Democratic Tariff orl i
course they :
usual of Mexican nmiifesiofs ihs: \V(5tcol to ;pursue !. Ila rades. Mere men would he cut off in a retreat, 11
way :'i lr. Calhoun voted against t the Le iii. would enable them lo
d l'ide his own Gov.inment. the occasion of Mr. Rit cliies with such and in- buy goods tbeal'U
case, meant to : on undisciplined trooj \iHrienrtd
(nerals.l.ip. :111,1111:11 t no ito u bt. displeased :11)111 \ <'st,1 Florida, whose hatred of Calhcun he ought lo have fixed i
the
and cause unnecrss:ny vriteineutamong \1 Jr. Bcntou. But the .ld fend i is quite rxpusion-which! insinuations arc universally is as ntcn.e a'his fear of him i is: vivid, made the I officers as compete our volunte-ers, than would: assertion mnrrnory It I

our troops. sufficient to account for time state ol feeling made by newspapers who aie in the firstpeech ; in which, pretei.dmg todi-fiiid the I fall in a pitched battle. and not have allowed the Tl1"Znt

Tic General Clii-f, <_f i1'/ -I'm/. t.y" in which )lr. Benion finds himself towards 1 Itt; Ur, he I thrift him through and I through with I -- -- -- to catch him in the lie as has been !!
of be or. one. I
Operations of the .Sfir/h his itub'irjinatrs: I receipt Treasury Pap-may tine admission relative to Mr. Calhoun's presidential tXPEN&ES OF TilE WAP.
)1r. Calhoun. the above instance.fiiohmond.
Companions in arms! Tin opeiation-* (if I It i was said) some days ago, that )Ir. Benton not ; the sr.eeis alIr.. Yulce's religion, hopes speculations j, intentions and plans which Various estimates have been made of the

th* enemy demand: lint we should move 1 who for three clays had not ben seen in and Mr. Weslcotl's previous character, the Simon Pure Calhouniies. had hoped were se- probable cost of ihe War, by all of which orThe ttTiig says: "
buried in their besoms Calhoun
his line and curely own appeared fw"i1*"
precipitately
we go to execute upon it. The!i.ii'iripal inlll'j'I'I1lt'lI: the Senate Clumber, was preparing to assail made by the Georgia Editor, and his correspondent to understand fully that \Vestcot.. whle; it is fixed at a vast sum. But the calculations sition of Mr. Brock.nhrongh. of FioriJa.h,

the honor, and the destiny tlf th" 11:11 ill II depend Mr. Calhoun auihorities&c.-dilgently hunting for ami alludod to in the Senate ]'rofe' irg devoted! attachment to his fortunes, which were made only took in the or- enquire into the truth of the charge mjfc
documents ; olherssaitllhalhc m really him in the back for he sat
at this moment on ynr.r; : decision. was detained at home by ill mess. Bat it by a Georgia Senator may be, correct inflict W3'biting t the lip stabbing and tiirnin<; fr-t, pale and; then red dinary cost elf transportation, munitions, by S>niforVesJcott of that Slate: Of'f.

Soldiers Ih! entire world Wives! u<, that1r.. Benton and) in good taste. \Ve who the face isif in and mental made I king and! feculent *
.ipj' eared this evening, was hO\\'cr. in ; : great body agi.ny. provisions, and will expect our nets tn l be .1* hrroie :is L're; this of Mr Cal-
piep.ired) to spc.tk. are politically opposed to the Florida Senators eO1'lnring speech in praise wastage. It will be found however menr Washington, is one of the
they are necessaiy. IViv.umns; of all kinds All Mr. E\'.IllS and) Breese had) spoken, ho-in arll \r passage (.f the sedition law of BIM
surround us, inconsequence of the neglfMtshown Mr. Davis, of Mass., took the floor ands have never descended to any such 1347, this man, \\clcol. loc occasion to de- that owing to the manner in which the amusing instances of simplicity on recori

towards us fur moie Ihant; month by .iJ that it was understood) t Ihallhe Senator means of warfare-albeit we arc not considered iiMnce the di-mccracy Ile use. the Senate Quartermasters' dej artmeuts are managed, Did he forget that the House was itself! e*

those who. should Hut hen pl"II'irfe'lInr has: dehiliia-py ;indprovisions. from Missiiri wished lo speak, and alluded by our opponents as being inclinedto and tion I tin.Cvccutive with office i seeking fr. lth as if depravity ki.ownto in the connec-coun- that numerous sums arc uselessly' squan braced in the charge? Anti is an :aeenji:
nii-ny
weakened enthusiasm to the fact that to-morrow was the day mince matters with a political foe-nor Irwouid be well nuh incredible. A duzen tIered. party competent fo sit in jnuVrnent upon it

ted your spirits your assigned'! for taking (he question-but sliite do derive (from such "peaker followed alter! Westcott--the federalists
IThe we any pleasure seeing We have been informed that exhorbitant own alleged) malpractices! The veJict
wished lobe he.ud if he end not rftre and Mr.! CalhNH: and his tail' in favor of the
Mexican soldier i"n well known for with the Senator from Missuii. Mr. Ben- accusations and sneers heaped upon our resolution, awl the demrcrak of course against prices are paid for charters; of'esseI ls, ar.d such a tribunal would we imagine, hi*

Ins frugality and, his patience under suilViing ion said it was I tine that he was desiious eif Senators, although! cOlin as they tlo from them. Yule in his shrill treble, chirruped the that they are suffered to lay at Point Isahell! very little weight with the country"

-never wanting masa/ines in marches saying something, but not if it would be any [)Dt'mocrats-tht may betoken a dissolution last efiort PI their favor. Bright Indiana, in a and other places, unloaded and on demur- ,,.
across deserts ami) always counting upon short; speech reply to the of \Ve-t-
obstacle to the gentlemen from Massachusetts. i aspersions (or"e are indebted to Capt. Gun \;
the resources of the enemy to piovi.le for the of that motley parlneiship which was. formed colt, closed dilute. lie repeated We-stcctt's! rage for a long time-one or two cases have l
It thc
bi, wants. Foreign was AHaus tcluiite]insist i fu Clniimnn formed at the Baltimore Convention under reflect ion* on tf' d mncrac\ Congress and the come to our knowledge! where small schooners of. the steamer Peytona. which armt-d hw

To-day we- shall nndcr'ake! a mart: 'h over to upon llieaii.inge- the of "Polk : Texas," for E'f.CUli\: and! then declared to the country inrh last evening for a slip from ihe Columta
style dollars
nitiiit that (he question betaken to-moriow, I Dalas.' bfc ol and presence of the Senate, lay on demurrage of forty to fifty -
without ( \\\'stCf
ions.a desert But country be assured, tJalt'e'succor shall 01 pmvis-immediately and( cut olTMr. Benton, o to yield to the the South-and .Poik Dallas
be provided) from thic of the enemy necessity of the case. He gave way, and j 111 i fur the :orh. 'Ill feelings of plea- drstivp! g the conchirn indignant punish- is credibly asserted that ihe Quartermaster ; destructive lire in that clefoledraT.Trom .
proposed that the question be taken on met \vhid-. the Senate wa about to usurp authority I -
and with them you will: bo aiiiTicicutly Friday. Saturday.) said several Ser.atois. I isuie which would naturally :aii-e upon a to inflict en Tli'-mas I itcl.i( lie called! onWesfrrtt continues vessels! in the ervice on I [ the CoIunbuTiraes-txra.Marth II

reimbursed.My 'Sattirdny] ," t lien, said "I r. SCVHT. I contemplation of dissension in that I.IJ, ( (who sat hr.Uf' Jurn apparently para- high pay, when owners are v.il'ing to wait FIRE.Tl : .

friends-wr. go to open Ill' c.impugn.What So the Seu.tie will give )Ir. Benton an whose acts we have: considered as prejudicial k7.. d) to r: >t'nice one !ild.! fact going to prove for their Captains of vessels who have i is our p.tinful f '?cmv So record aoothi
days of glory await usVh! a lit- I tin1. I flit Ii ( f AIibd.1. IJtceivm; no rily{ he pay. .
visitation
and Ir. Calhoun ifuur fated city, by the fire Lir
tering future for our country How satisfactory oppotunity lo speak .? and to the counliy)', arc stilled by the mortification railed again, and then! Cdlhd the: Senate to \ritne freight money due them, have experienced Las
about o'clock
evening wJ
: 7 smoke
his friends
when we contemplate tint we have: an opportunity) to leply.Mr. which onr State pride is made to >-' I hal \ {,.lrll cc.ud! not make the frt movement I Creat difficulty in collecting it. for want of flames discovered i from tlr
Evens' speech to-day, is said to have tow3nls the I truth cf hit Th I were samg
saved its independence. How the worM! been one of the ablest 1 and most! convincing ( XPC iieImCC. in beholding I the '.ihl in which veto was then!howinf Ayes 27, X(es 21. AM p I funds in the Quaiteni.asier's: hands, ;lnJI Book Store Tarliox fc Co. on CrnaJtf;

will admire us How the ri.iiion: will ble s! that has been deliveied on that side of the our Representatives in Congres'; arc made the fHiTahsN'with Calhom, 1'nlhr$ Yoke aid I when paid in Treasury notes hare hullo: the fire Iraving originated either in that w,>j

And when in the bosoms of our f.llnilit'e i question to wit: in entire opposition: lo the to figuie.We ""rtcpltlil SPL, Mt--r". Ile-.ton, SpeLt t t, f'lIlhem at a discount. the back part of the adjoining tenememoectipitrel "
shall relate the risks and! (fatigues which we ard Lewi"I were alxrif, hem all Siminis & Coon furniiarsior
Bill m to the war and its ami Ito-I. :lil ? by !) as a
have endured the comJ..I.! with and lii- :1t prosccufon \be in the vindication o-ttimd The Government is cheated on all si ift; !.
Mcknt-s.
supplies fu it. He admitted I that he had( might justified leaving : w.th t It j. sei 1 uid.; r:( ':dSa.hintn in *-. It being impossible to arrest rile foon

umphs over a daring) ant l presumptuous I I lie and, before the end of tins Session, of our Senators to their own pait I> that dl l the, if j resti.t would\ hare: A great deal of Lime fraud and Io:$ that :arisr the spot the efforis of the CitiZtCI till ,.
I voted
enemy ; a and second hereafter time tin-jubilee when telling! will our be would. be :again compelled to vote althl t prints-nnd decline an inlet leretIce in a I .A:0.* !I" WeitcnM's' d/'libc311? anil .!di-sprorecl iit is owing to the negligence: or iuc.ipnrity: of ma:i fully directed to removing (he !7

country nmplete) and these salrificrstilt Ih"! -ti -.i. I supplies UK should for do I the it reluctantly army Hu'and h.under J""I .)duress. .,- family quarrel ol tin kind-but we feel that !h d 1 Ion Coimre--. :lllte Eeccti\'I. I n..y write:: those whose duty it is to superintend: the tied from right the ndjoinir.g and lefr and stores.hack The to Otethnri fire I rsir C.
that mv-i
|>eajto.us avioilM,uJ He voted for we have an interest in : that concerns one, you the w.rd \ he had his efiort? interests cf the 'ovnl1YVe have heard
thespphes only because \ treer, cOI.1tmin Broad? the .
street
Soldiers! huny ;ijrl'j in the! defence of to place his in office in his nlird's eye : : on
your country. 1 he cuise we SUM'uu i is a the witLlioldinc! : of them might J'adlo t the who, in an official capacity, is connected when making. the a --err In. Though no one of waggons sent down to Puint JaJelI.! and lowing buildings :

holy one; never have wr slruditll, destine lion, or inlom ions tefe l of our with the State. I crediU-d! inn,, tt-w appear; tti doul/t lu< description on their arrival important parts of them 1*. A_ Cla"ton0 story buihlii oeem
troops who h.it: ] been sent to Mexico, in thedischarge i o't' he ; endin such mattershirb (its pied James IX (Greenwood E
CNrt inn1 by George
more justice, because we fight fur the laud As to the allusions which are made to the were found. wauling, which had Len lost
of tbcir duly. ca-e exactly. It i ijjd. andcerierally hhievudthat Betz, and 3Irs Dt'!
of our forefathers ami of uu-r chiliiicn the K. the Bill because personal character of our Senators: -those there \Hitn! bv him : cloniagogue before l'aTincw Orleans, by the carlesstess .iU.
opposed it would L. l
of \J. hltn"d'cf Spencer. brick store, occufiedhiMendheim
honor and wives and chil-
religions our nol. said, lead lo a permanent peace and which touch their morals or their religion sel.i-! and smi.fe-r letr: on in the of the men hired!, at a henvy expense. & Bros.
drenVbat! sacrifice then, can be too puhhc! archives w inch I trust he has hbei.ed
great for objects so dear ? Let our motto because it would lead ID disinciion and disunion we shall not give a moment's, consideration : \\ill cau.e to be p'lhli..llEd, Il!but( to show t the to pack them. The same wagons, sonic K. P. Spencer, occupied hy Sammisl1IliMiury.

be. .'CO QUER Oil DIE !" Let us at home. Texas had been annexedfor we leave the defence of such matters to the country what was in Western's "mind's eve" eighty in number: cost ahout -5300, simplyto fnrnitnre store. !

swear before the great Kicmal that we will the purpose of exteudint and prrpet'ia- Democra Caucus which norninnted them.In when d.-cribng:: I the corrupt form cUei-ding elficeh.ging place the bodies on the running gtnr.A r.. P. Spencer occupied 6y Tnrbot &t
wait instant in soil the lir<; shivery, and the- h11; gi own out of it. at t tl.e--c d t of Govirnmer.t. n, Wade & Mid Iehrcok.! safJtJlerj: >Joi.
Dot an purging our of )1.nb
stranger who has dared to prof'MIC it with I ini i lit be iii.ut the means taken to pio- reference to the positions assumed! by (h-e-cM-riim th,it lIe \:' miro play ;nln in the article of coal bought in [Jail .V Moses hardware.Ktv. .

his No treaty. uutLm! which tel it would insure its destruction. 1 If we them 1; ", : :.-subject of Mr. Ritchie's libel sfcond fidiile to the purpose. presence. :
be heroic and annexed this territory, w heather as slaveholding I the shall advocate thin to curtain! tIme principles r the paTty: to fraud is practiced in time measure, a wheelbarrow .
may not piond.AsroanoLofKz upon :1'1: te, we sufficiently : wlnrh he ,
non-slaveloldinc it would lead I prnfmtd t- hfbn t lit:? !llihtrli.n: Y-,.
or : L .\. LetasoccupicJ A. II.
UK .SAM-i A.NVI.Hcadqiiculcrt i and support them, by a publication (fIhc5pceches iltiietly' t Jl-nM: .bin < IT. Since then he is uneicrstord load purporting to be of the dimensions by
such in
this
to notation "oulddestroy
Neil. hoe .
San Louif Pulosi, JlIl. 11 it 17. the in.tituution which country the' i of Mr. Westcott and Mr. Clayton to have'been I tie! channel through whichnioit T: of a barrel, measuring only about haf! store.A ,
was purpose I of I tie( correspondents < f federal newspapers.1)ta1XCI ; lame nnn.bci of back wnr.enhuiiJirlvere '

STILL LATIIK. of the annexation of Texas to per undo upon the question of the exclusion t:111 tattl and sLtidLr.nainst individualmembeisif i that quantity.The destroyed: and! tarried the fl-.mesio*

petuate. of Mr. Ritchie. \\ e consider the 1 he adiiirtraion.: : Thn thing has.. wholesale! sy !tem of Gaud tJarVa rear of the!: extensive livery- slatlt! oilIatCIl

The schr. Cora left the Brazos (n the. The ideas on this subject thrown out by as of these gentlemen clear andsitifartory !>fen gr il In -o lon that W."lcl.1 probably took practiced in the Semtnole War, is f.ii.ilur er A: l'irs. whicli ivc-re hiirr.t to ihi ZFO'j
19th inst. and arrived here arguments
on Tuesday- Mr. E., of which 1 give you : glimpse, the ahtrrn a'id to :voii] the o\posuie winch he The Epi'cojal, ; Church :ldj"inilJ !
I night. She brings intelligence of a most t S.e f.I.I.. I thought to make an i impression l in favor of the propriety, necessity mtM t have kntwn would -enm ciiine upon; him, to every one. it is pcrh-et'y! clear that it -tables! very car.owl 1 ycscaped. Fcr'20 '

interecing nature. Geneial l Scott has at on the Senate )I. Butler and Ir. Cdl. and justice of the conisc pursued by !haw i."l\ chosen> : to sei/.e I the present oppprrtU'iitv : arose from incapacity anti inability on the! I I mites we thought its (11)om was sraleJ.: '

length left the Crazos for the scene of his hnun had alluded the lob.. .1c openly with time party Without the officf'rsVhf'5 I The rr.rli
liml'ln. lll( to samedi.'ficulty. the Senate. part of the duly required cupola blind! and eves were r
future operations, on the I3ih inst., 1 leaving Mr. Evans; insists that it i is the di-grace." a.d odium rf being, : i were, kickedout. them i !blackened anti covered hy the lljiiits.I .
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to superintend: purchases, i
General Worth at the mouth of the Rio' duty I of the Senate: lo avoid that difficulty., With respect to the allegations of Mr.Westcott transportation !" but for a change of wind', at a mot tnt.

Grande, superintending embarkation of as can be done, simply by refusing to "ulh with depicting the corruption; c.uii:: I LLAVA i U:F.\l R n. &c. By a system of favoritism, individuals i- I I mor.nf'Ir.: 3:.1! the heavy rain that ha.Ia.'lI,

the remainder of his division. All lr(. by ri/e an from Mexico.It The lj made) fortunes by chartering steamboats activeI '
acquisition territory which exists in the Democratic no .t acrountt from Mexico seem to indicate i hiring the day and the Lold ar.dI

this time, on their way 10 he Island of Iii;- i. will be easier to dispose of the question man, be lie \Vhig or Democrat party,) a Hint the Mevcins: have found nut that war and furnishing supplies at double the I I eilmns of the citizens, (among who"1II. Y
bos. but it i is believed "tint tilt" ( CI
'errr.il I
wiil now, then at time when the L" *. Vt
any subsequent the 0: a larg" scale is oct likely lo prove sucees.fulto rate at which other persons .\ould h.i\ e rendered I T. Bnee. W. Foster and \V
credit of
not be able to commence active hostilities have been moment, refuse to statement I ThI
and thecupi'ity H.
acquired, and J-
firemen Mr.
Jesse Sutton
Vera Cruz the trritor1all ntl't. and they)' have resorted to harassiranjdC'.uItt'LV the snrne: service or furnished time I
on or other points designated t North shall tempt Ihrl to one who since l-29, has been acquainted and others performed valuable and d!SD?

until the mid.lie of the ensuing' month.I do what :1 r. Calhoun supposes they will tlo! with :1 mIll, formed a component part of that attacks on !mal btdies with an overwhelming same articles. The course pursued! by the j I ous duty on the roof.) it would) have I9

l\bT.ulOnos.-Col. Pi" ke, of the Indiana i monopolize the whole (ii f it r, lo I the exclusion whose and he 1lrr.( They have thus far I jrcxrd officers who made the contracts lead to the destroyed.We! !.
body acts motives assume to
regiment, who is in cominmd here with his of the people and the properly) of the flaveSlates. "esc ribe. !lcce -fuJ, and! unions' :greate-r precautiops: are taken suspicion that they weie interested in the :regret tosate' that in his (an J

corps, vrasapprehenshc of beinj, nnine.liitply Illdin and n;ore vigilant olHctrs l are placed in command efforts to save the Church Mr.IV.tlody ( tol1'I "

I attacked by ( en. Urrea. who it i k siid, )1r. Sonic, on the other hand, recommends As to thc averment made by Mr. Westcott, of detachments:, all:! cOUIC.Ulicli"n between profits' made by cOhtrlclurS-i\Dd in one or I came near losing his life. lIeI

has: 2000 choice troops with him, and 2000 th'a we should' wan till the question I that no change for the better i in the adrniniatiation pots w ill he rut oil. : two cases evidence on that point amountsto I from the roof of the back part of the Ch

irregularly armed ranchrrns. A company arose under the lieaty-and then, he says, ; of the Government could be hoped The Mexicans hive succeeded in capturingthree certainty. I II fracturing the fingers of his right hand (
of riflmen has been Ili..puchNluD,11'T: Capt.
the North, with i the nUIIC'ricl force, can different! We make these remarks not in the spiritof right arm anti thigh.
bodies of without
Lowe, to garrison Foil Brown: in attending I refuse to it. \J Sonlthas from the Whig ) should they obtain troops' firing a !loj
ratify r. not seen party \\ t' make a rough estimate of thC
the arrival of a company of recruits (onu- enoupli of ihe mailer here judge so wII possession of the Government might :\n. solely by means cf stirjTi-e or ambuscade. fault-finding, but in hopes that the }lli- I buildings follows -"

lara) who are to occupy it. C'apt.) McOougall's of the difficulties menacing us as Mr. Calhoun refuse him as authority for his assertionbut How!( it his:happened that c.ur tro"ls havesufiered tors of newspapers in New Orleans and elsewhere P. A.- ,ClaytonL. .. _:._..___._ ......"t.nf\\ \

company of Indiana. volunteers and Mr. Evans. )If we make the treaty we base our denial the fact that ltht1d\ be taken prisoners without resistance will examine into the management Si'ence----------------- .,....1.5fl'

hare been changed into arlillcr io ?er 'p in of acquisition it is under the treaty of the upon i is <-ointw hat su:gular There must have of these mantis, and by exposure preventa K. P. -pE'nrcr.-..' .

the defence the city, being quartered on North that the territory acquired shall he the I leaders of the Whig party are mel been a grt'alalit of necessary precautions against continuance of the abuses enumerated.FLOK11XY Wadefc! "Iill lebrook..l

she Plaza or gre-t square. Th.re'flre their Every experienced,) anil honest statesman whose lives have given evidence of ,Ie\'otiot IJprie-al.d perhaps, too great a contempt for Hall & Moses.. ..._.... ... I

'ome report current here after the arrivalof from thr North tells us so. Mr. Cal- to the welfare of the nation-of a disregard the enu:)'. In reading: the evidence e>f Lt. Cll ; DO D:3. 1)'. Cuirnes,................_...2.(f fLe

the Cora, that a battle had taken place, houti, in his speech on his resolutions, I ... ........t.Ct
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of self, and a readiness (ro sacrifice Iher: individual May given on the dial of Lieut. Sturges we were Messrs. & Co. have memorialized aJ'.i.
but we can trace it to no (IIund. l on. The shews that it is so. If we ever go so far as Hope Hatcher Leary,. .._... ..2.00* Li

citizens were arming, muskets and ammunition to brin; the treaty to ihe Senate, it will very policy and interests to the good of surprised to see that the Colonel had gone with !. Congress upon the subject of the Bonds, Perry Spencer. ............ .....St

having been provide by Col. Drake. A probably: lead to much difficulty.' the whole. The Whig party has never been his II'I and horses into a defile, whilst the guarantied by the late Territorial Government -

requisition had been made on the temporary The Bill for the transportation of the debased) by the corruptions of office and) the heights which commanded it, were in the hands : asking that provision fur their $33.20

arsenal at Point Isabel of ordnance.SLTzLLoMovrE'ur.Gen.. Mail to Oregon, (across Panama,) was passed spoils of office. They are not an army of of an enemy. His cavalry would be more liable the United States be made.payment The amount of goods destroyed mtal!

Butler in he Senate. The Mail is to be taken to defeat in such situation than other troops and by may Slo.OoO besides large amour ,

J had apprised Jen. Taylor of an expected attack I ha steamer from New-York, Charleston, place-meo-they have not lived in quiet subjection more precaution was necessary. I appears that The holders of the Bonds have, by thus maged by being n thrown very into the raJ;' .

by Santa Anna on Salnllu when old New-Orleans, Savannah, or Pensaeola, loChores to the dictation of a party whose when he returned to look
'Rough and Ready" immediately quitted leaders believed in, and acted upo'n the maxim SuCCeeded in turning the position which the Treasury, tacitly admitted, and indeed have Our neighbors of the Enquirer n I

Monterey join him. There tire about The House was engaged on the army : \Valpole-Ihat man has his Mexicans had and that narrow Their room ID
1 every occupied, they were compelled adopted and used in support of their memo- escape- press
6000 troops at Saltillo-enough, we pre- appropiMtion Bill. Irice." We by no means pretend, that to retreat. Now,as it was evident him rear was blown up, and the fire burnt_fi? :
ame, to protect it. Munlerey has: been left Mr. Morris.ofO., apologised for and withdrew to rial, the position assumed by the first State the back door of their main office. 1JI'6 "-

with only a garrison of 500( men, ill the his remarks against the Committee on there are not many Whigs whose politicalcourse that an attack was intended and that if made, Legislature, to wit : that as Congress had, their materials were removed into Ibeitj'e ?

Fort but as the eoamy can only come Public is controlled and shaped with regardto he must sustain a loss which he could not repav hO'li
LanI by not annulling tacitly sanctioned act I \\ know, from a late experience

Ihilhet by Sallillo, thai force sufficient to the acquisition of oflioe-we regret to say we cannot but think, without pretending to any of the Territorial Legislature i in I sympathize in the )loss and ConfUS10printer's ,

bold the inhabitants in awe., The troops There is much depth of( elin? "nt truth there such number of military know ledge, t that had he dismounted some I guaranteeing : pi. to which they have betojecied. '
are Whigs-a large
the
command of Col.Roger in the following graph, we find Bonds-and inasmuch as that Government
ihe
Mt> are under para of his and caused
hem to tIrD!
merey mIl act a'flankers and All the stores from the ,, .
them who trouble
*. and are Ohio sod Indiana volunteers" in an exchange paper; without any indication and derange the councils tirailleurs, and occupy the heights, the was only the agent of the United i Mygatt & Hudges corner were tnlr .

: Cspt. Arnold, secoud dragoons has of ihe source; from which is it derived : ,I of the Whig party. But they are few and of the main body and the packs through the passage defile States, that therefore the debt so created of their goods. -Demoe-rat"ofi 8 ,

ordered to proceed to Monterey from There i is something in : beautiful woman far between when with the
'been tIistulLed.
compare might have ben withouT loss. justly becomes the debt of the Federal over the corner but was not
that leaves the
rrioctfh of the Rio Grande.Tbe'nrurderer a deeper impression on eteetc.d lad
'lbe Great Whig Party" of the Union. Andwe \Ve are happy to that we otitt
Government.By .
the Mexicans have been say C
in
I of Lieut.' Ritchie is still! at mind sensibility than either pickled oysters force and well armed, the *
people work better fire then
at ,
'aqt two pi"bis necessaries are in the haliJsDfho. or even oysters stewed according to the I shall rejoice when such Whigs shall set and this we presume was not (he case, a but little : their acquiescence in the position *o of the citizens. The a Engine Compa.t,

Taylor. The despatches are sup- most approved method." fit to go to that party with whom they agree' firing took place, the defile! had been as fatal' t to assumed: by the State Lt'islature-aut by I II" good service, Some citizen, tbou*


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-J --_.-off- -with- :.- their- -;; :;; 1ightPofco--: was shedding nl! pleased ; but why we cannot exactly say ; and COMMERCIAL.COTTON. Upper Suwnnnee Springs. 1J. S. Mail Arrangement.

o many as usiwl, stood theIceDt. the benighted citizens of New York ant -' whether we, or our fellow pupils, can now repeatone EAST FLORIDA. ,- TilE Steamer AUGUSTA, D. .

bands in their pockets aDd enjoyed which i I word more of a book, after reading it, than'we THE subscriber takes this method of .4 N. McLean, Master, will 1 leavnpalachiePla
of
and heard the illuminations _
without lifting a fiager to help their dclphia; we could have done before the lectures, we have .-There has been but very little inquiry ,,, informing his friends and the public that :. every Tuesday and
neihhors were proceetling from other clever men in va- doubts. for cotton since our TuesdaY'3 report, the aggregate :14 ,he has taken a lease on the above establishment !- Saturday, at 10 P. Af. LeaveChattahoochee

dlstreSstd dnt know what Muff such 'tople n'ous other parts of the country, b'lt, amidst 0111,1 Still, we belie that Phreno-Mnemotech- sales of the four days not exceeding 5 or 600 fora term of years, and will be prepared every Monday ami Thursday at

\t of. We never Stct man do ir, Florida, and particularly Apalachicola remained I ny Is a very valuable science, and perform all that bales. Factors have seemed but little di'poscd to to( accommodate all who may favor him with I 12 MShe will also make weekly trips to Bainbridge -
made o it promi .es. rout faith could be shaken, it would their patronage. As regards the mineral qualities and Pert Jackson. .' '
In" Bainbridge i
of every
offer their
Shoot tfainkin. slightly. in their primitive darkness. Obscure as our village cotton at'present rates, while buyers have
deserves, los- have been on our discovering, a day or two ago, of the water, they cannct be surpassed by Wednesday night. Leave Port Jackson every
maD can doh, without, as he is we could not avoid feeling some surprize II that the professor himself had not been much improved manifested eual indifference. The sales made any watering place in America. The Spr.ngswill Sunday night

'n g cast and character. at $ OOOO, at its bein so long overlooked by the Phreno- by his own lessons ; for he mistook us, have been at our quotations. be opened by the first day of March. Chargeswill Every attention will be paid) to the safely and .
We estimate the total 1055 LIVERPOOL cr.tss1FC1.TIo'i.1S17. be moderate, and every attention will be comfort of Passengers 3,1 strict attcntfrn to
had
recently any
that who
Mnemotechnist, considering we arc a militajy man, and had [ken in the
1816. paid to the comfort of all who may favor, him business confided to the Captain or Clefk of th'eBoat.
[fur th' Commercial Advertiser. had enterprising gentlemen of analogousprofessions I habit of a free daily intercourse with him for a Inferior .. .. ... .none. 5 aSk with their company. The subscriber is provided l)*t'19'"
week as such for the cierk steward of Ordinary to Good Ordinary a 9$ 64 a 6 ----- .
CREDULITY daguerreotypists a steam with good and faithful fine stables ar.d
OF as phrenologists, servants,
TIlE BEAUTIES Middling... .. ... .94 a 91 64 a6i For I.iveipool.
ILLUSTRATED.MR dancing masters snd concert maker, in braces. !I boat on which he was about to take a passage to Good Middling. ... ... .9i a 9)) Ifj] attentive hostlers. THE fast

We hive always been a firm "Great therefore our joy, and great wasthe I the neighboring city of Gull. And this too, whenwe Middling Fair..9.| a 9? 7 a 7J Invalids laboring under the following diseaos .c-- Lowell sailing ship CORDOl\1,
EDITOR : was are in tht" enjoyment of a countenance Fair ... ... .. .. .. .. 10J a 10} 7fc a may ie.-t assured the Springs will effect for them master.: Fcr bulk vt f 20G bale
maxim that credulity i U the sourceof excitement when, at length, it was announced person --- cotton, apl{ l ly
public
the a permanent cure : Dispepjia Diabetu
believrr and FgEIGIIFS.-A vessel has been taken for Boston Prolapsus toDODGE
manner, so unusual l that we have been de-
do ,
all knowledge. In an incredulous age we that a genuine professor of the alt and tetred at lc{ ., the parties chartering, ob'igating themselves Utera, all kinds Scrofula, Scald Head, Tet 'I fc PRAI'T.Feb .

scruple to avmvourself an universal believer; mystery had vouchsafed to favor us with a visit. by it, almost as much as by our principles, to give her nnother freight for the same port ter, and the various painful disorders of this cljss. 2-S 4. Water ftreet.

not to stand forth! the from doihg any thing mean or dishonorable, knowing at 40 in Cd.-e she returns and chno-es to ace'pllt. The Dancii g Saloon will be in readiness for all For Liverpool.
vA more particularly are we proud The gentleman who thus favored us bore that Tit New York shipments ore still b made at who fond I
they would lead to our instant identification Mng are of this graceful and pleasing exer- THE superior British ship JESSIE
believer and champion of the position classical of Pliny111est and professional I 1 Jc at v.-hich rate R brig is also loading for Fall cisc. Win.
firm FRANCIS Oliver
,.5tbe cognomen with the act. \"e thought that the professor A. HUSON. I master, can Jake the bulk

that the human mind U wwceptiblat-f continuo title of P/vj/tswof Phreno-Mnemotech- of IJhreoo- lnemolechny, who, in twenty-fours, }Kiver.- -Foreign-- -freights--- remain. unchanged. February 27, 1546. 6-3m I I.f f'OO bales ri'tloii fir the above ramrd
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00' increased and rapid improvement. Tl'UMiaion ny." His whole bearing and manner evinced hours could forget us, might be in danger i f forgetting COTTON TJ\TEmXT. l.a1 Franklin Circuit Court. I port.Feb FIT freight,applv toG J DAY
s fc CO.
wed not mince with any pmillanimcrti- that he was one of these intelligent and\ patrioticmen I his wife, or in tile lapse of memory, miht year. I). K Dodge, ) ,

; it stands firmly and alone. The who would scorn to be considered as livingby think another's his own. P.5pe Stock on hand Sept. 1, 1316.1033 4 v- > I.v CIU CERY. For I..h'f'rpool.TlIEllrilbh .
qualifications Burnt iince 1st tiept. lOt) James Watsc.n, d al. S bark VOl'IZMtATERLCaptain
remained
,
properties of physical natter may have their wit, and who, though they go lecturing HH M g D. K -4-1'-
unchanged through Southern Quarterly Review for January, Received past 3 days . ... .P35 Dodge, 7 Patterson. Fir fri I.t, apnlr.to
or may continue to remain i from town to town, are inspired thereto by no IS47 .. previously ... . .72,510 *-*. > Bill for Partition.D. I [Mj] J. DAY&CU. ,
the human body desire diftvaeknowledge I McDoujnld, d. aJ.GEORGE .
animal organization than to
es-the other consideration a ----- ---- TolaJ.7.:13: C9014Livvrnool ) ) t

a may be no more perlect than it was and an ardor l for the cause cf science. His [From the Kallimore Patriot ] Exported past 3 days .. .. .3lh7, / W. ROSS having filed a petit:<-:! ->n For New York.
fr instance that it REWARD THE MARTYRS.Mr. pre\iuUi ... .... 31,8o2 the 2.l April, 1S1G, prajing to have a certain I .c--. -: regular packet scrr IjtROY.Bedell .
first created, or the poetical notion disinterestedness was evinced, at this place, in i ma-t T. will have di' tor
when Total!. .. .- S-'tott'' 40763 amount of money now in Court, belonging to patrli
ha deteriorated may be true; but the mind, hidepewlcnt an extraordinary manner. In conformity, it is EDITOR : I see that the work goes defendants, appropriated to the payment ot his 'I the above poit. Kc.r fri nM or p .q; .

alike of the advance or degeneracy of true with a promise be had made in his introductory br.ively on, as old Richard said. For his 00 hand and 00 shipboard nr cleared.-t9"J9. 282-16 fees as I the Counsellor and Solicitor cf said defendants apply to DODGE i'RA'IT.,.-
and libels 1. =-- -------- -== :=_- Feb
lampoons upon the Senate, and = and I the 27 .W Wafer 'Ilr.-tot.
matter been
referred
its
; having
increase I 1 to
exisU bat to progre-sivdy lecture, lie gave to each member, of his EXPORTS OF COTTON FROM AP.oLACHICOLA.Commencing .
patter, his from the floor
consequent expulsion of me as Special Master in Chancery to act and re.1 For New York.
was a narrow minded age which classes little volume of statistical facts, &.c. ; ll September 1S46-and same I
power. That a that body, I see thiit the spirit of indignation port upon the same, after having given 30 das I THKtastsailinsbnVMLJQA .'
time i ,
implied the inipin.il philosopher to declare, and which, cheap as was the price of hi< instructions und liberty has been fully aroused in behalfof -- in 1S45. notice by publication in the papers. It is therefore --.s-\T} ler, master, will! hate ni.mediated.--

there was nothing new under the sun," and! was worth the double ofall he communica- the editor of the Union. The decree has -TPdSf-\pre..i7/-rOT\! / A r-/5ea/LatiWHTIIF.R ordered that said George W. Ross, the defen- ]!, .patch tor the above port. FIT freight or

ande.l that wl.ich the advance of forth Ihat his libels shall be wir k'11 l j (on rants Watson, McDcugald, it. al., and all (.tl.ers I apply to DODGK & PRATT
cx,> was ted. But w c getting in our subject. gone tit, I passage ,
s-arcey! imre art .. .. ... ... .5IWi.( ? .5t9o, .13737 interested, to appear before me in the: city of !I-"ds-O .
mathematician arKed, there was no royal Our philosopher was heralded, in this paper by and his wrongs redressed. To accomplish I Llavre..I. ... \. .. Apalachicola on the >.e.venth ("tii) of next I oJlV' r_street.

tozeometry" each was Un.rant, of the capabilities a column of introdiiclor) letters from presidentsof this great wink, lie has already been named N'antx. .. ... .. .1.. .. .1. ...:.. .... ... then and there to present or defend their April( respective -, f For X( fl" York.TH .

road and what the end rryolutions from pievious for a seat in the Senate from Virginia, where i'ruee..j.' ... claims &c. I F: splendid bn_< P;CO.\1C,Car-t
of the human mind space colleges, &c. I and Genoa . . .) :. .:, . Park, her entire
there is also! fro having
Vice.
President enp-ged
three thousand wars could {Toducc. chfsef, all rt-commending the science of" PhrenoMnemotcchiiy I no vacancy, ( Olherporli'. .. ...,. ..f.. .. '. ...1. . CARRAWAY SMITH, I .. .'S ill have. imule cargo
of two or of the Unttrd States.; Bravo But -I.1'.1 Special Master in Chancery.Apalachicoln iatele-palch. For pai-
useful and his :
thiusn and been as wonderfully: ; Total I For. P ..r.. ( !.
$ 13737
t-w rainy new to H : sage only, apply to the mafer, for to
We have s eca this is not enotltzi.! I Would wh-Ii to raise orls.I..I.-"H- '-- 1_ March 6, IS 17. S-5t
to.i rainy short cut, if not royal arrival in our village was precrdfd by a military him higher null for this I New York. . : ;. .700:{| .12 t117() -- Feb 21) NOUHSE, STONE t CO.
benefited by band of nvisicians plaun "Seethe conquering; a peg purpose I 11."lc'n. ... .. I ...!j..5f 60 I(. .5660 .6775 NoticeTO
knowing' tl' d'Hibt their 'xita1ce.Confiiing nominate him for PKKSIDKNT: : of the United .. Flyiiii,
road to hero come o An introductory lecture was announced !ril\ Ident.e ...1.. ..l198..249.3696L.3932Philadelhia. : EXECUTORS, ADMINISTRATORS AND
belief in rvery thing i* the strong for the following evening. St at es. And, while my hand is in, I wishto ". .. .. .1.. ..: .... .1. ... GUARDIANS. (lAte T. 6f//A'A*. )
indeed delivery on for anolhe real Bahimore.\..i..lfinii.lGOo, (' .J 6fj2 COOT AND SHOE MAKER
have
"hara..tr-W ever, provide \ Court of Probates
milrIJrone.loo
jmint in our msnt.d Always ardent in the cause of science, and be- New Urlfans. . .\. 1211 .7' () .9030\. .179- THC for Franklin county CONTINUES to this buii-
it the pivot on which turned who fell by the rude hands of a Locofoco .. .. ; 12f52'' lie open from the loth of March to the ,. carry on
I'vked to a* li\i jug that the veil of Isis was about to be raUrd, Odierporti. j j > ; .1262 .4fiO
ol'Representaiives. I mean R Riche :: : 1st of April inclusive, for the annual settlement of ness Apalachici la, two dorrs te-
the whole of human pnrtperily. Viewi-d in its we went early to lli! ? lecture room, and selected a lieu, Washington correspondent! of Total Coastwise.i 1' ,31 ;\,220-lj .2391 /27ofl: acc.unts.II such persons a.s shalt not have = low the City hotel on Centre: street.

unfavorable aspect, U-t me 8"'< what kinder of favorable. position for b .th heitrin; aud seeing all the New esq. York Tribune. lie related the TOTAL -r.At.ES. .1 J ... .l. .. '.35(69.-407CSMVP presented their accounts within said time will incur Havins nperJ Wf.rkir.en., he JIt

-<- Mahitnet tit Fourier or Owenuas that was to be said and shown. We could not I the costs cf further process.L. confident that all who may patn.nir.e him will find
system mn of a member's retiring behind ihSpeaka's ,
a story that have called at the French
' several around us W. SPRATT they rig1t shop.
that there
ii.climatins the Condiliuauf help observing were ,
and
t fJr ':.! hims.'lf ; chair to munch a sausage, which IXTBLLIf1ENUE. Judcc- of Probates. Calf Skin, Morocco, and Patent Leather But*

i his fe1EoS! ever succeeded if he wire whore countenances wore that peculiar expressionof was considered, in the eys of Locofocoit approved -
while -co ---- -
n-itequally with l1 fllI1H\\.C*. the dupe ('f his I dulne.-s. which incredulity generates, on mortal offence, and he was forthwith expelled POUT Ut'[ Al'ALACIIICOLA.\larch-- =. 't}.le. He will alto keep on hard a largi

? Is it tu.t nm .sary to the suc- (hrs, there wa the malignant sneer that accompanies from the presence of that august body. --------:--- --- n ________ Mastodon Cotton Seed--Genuine and selected assortment cf Rt3h'tade Bocf,

own imposture doctor! that he should! like a di.-po-ition to deride ; but we found en Now for (his wholesale proscription, ihi" Alt ItIVFD. and 110 Mistake I Shoes and Brv:ars. All!! inendinsr, &c., dne

tessof even a village this occasion, as- we have on almost every similar total annihilaton of the "glorious liberty of March 1-Dris Poricp, Luce, fin Havana. OFFERED for sale at the house cf A. N. '. with neatnf and rroirptitude, and! on term

his patients, bdie e be can nnuU the human tIne that we have been present at, that these unbecoming the press," I nomimte Mr. Richelieu candidate Bri; Consitlo Pepper, fm New Orlf an '. Apalachicola. The seed obtained that cannot f.uto be lecorinis**! as in keeping[

bxlyanJ all it" functions to his will ? Can a (!"!(.II'>i efface ga\e way b fore the for Vice President of the United Sclir F J roqnard, Ptnnmgton, fin N Orleans. from the I above mentioned house, may be confi-- with the competiticn. in trade ar.d Ihe clusenes
of the timeApalHchicoIa.
xxealth and eminence if he d"e tf this aj-osile tf science. TSark Z ling: : Livermore, fm Tenenile. dtntly rcla-d on as genuine, being raised en Mr. )
atffnmeiiis
hjer attain powerful Stales. Against such a ticket, who can :March i 2-ling Delaware, Borden, fin Fall River R. Abbev's plantation near Yazoo City, MISSIS- October .1. 42- not repose lull tru-t in the lina, that the principle The u.irodnciory lecture delivered by a comely stand before it I No one. Even "Old In Wood & 13allou. -ippi-Price $J per bu.hel. Also a sample of R.

howe\ mud and face adorned with a handsome black in such contest wouldbe :Elizabeth, Kussel. fm New Orleans. ExclulIlle.irm .
of 1m snence are perfect i\.tsc.ii Roughand Ready, a Abbc 's cot on, can be seen by caihng at the THE
subscriber informs
his friends
from
March 3 Bark Cumberland
,;* stud with self-possesbion. was! a fair left far: behind from here Hiscock An- above house. .
they raiy conflict with! 'istic, the general principles ynitc great as as to twerp. H. SHANKS and the public in general ,that he has become -

of morality, or the precepts religion ? r.iM-ciin-'rMjf what might b? called New England MONTEREY.fX Shr .Toilrta: Hales, Persival, fm Havana. R. ABBEY'S Ajent. the Proprietor of this above well

; is thus benc-S ial, how much rn..resdvatitageou back wonds-free school rhetoric, or, perhaps better / :Editors throughout the country arc Sieanier Augusta, Jordan, fin Chattahoochee. February 27, IS 17. G-lt known hcuse, and'iH be pleased to entertain .

creJality Vermont eloquence.! It was pleasing: to all, requested to let the above nominations go Steaniet Emily, Hall!, fm Columbus.teamcr of the travelling community tint favor
mu-t it bto the di"dpltthe rattlets IVytona, Gieer, fm Columbus. BUSHELS ell 1 the above mentioned Seed any may
of the audience were evidently forth in Imnlef. glen and 10 him with their and wilt
fit: the lady portion every town village, custom, aUo accommodate -
world of trouble! tak- teanier Champion, C'.id w-alirtder, fin Columbus. j'it received and for sale by
,
What
the client a There deal of clever and for the benefit of the resident boarders. The bar will alwajs be
enr.1tuted. was a great martyrs teainer 'harlcston, Freeman. fm Columbus.Ste.ini *">b-27 A. X. )lcKA Y.
in* every tiling f.r wanted instead of attempting apposite auecdotp in it ; and the re: mblance o'various --- -- -- n'j,100lorton., fin Columbus. supplied with genuine liqucr, of the choicest

tu sift truth from falsehood, it must save ; ad pounds' particularly between Je and Zhe, The conduct of Mr.1 Biockenbiouah towards Steamer Lotus, Allen, fm Columbus.CLEARKD. [ Cabinet Furniture. quality. JOHN PATRIDGE.

cxumimtiontrnt I his dearly beloved brother Democrat, TAMES H. COOK, 02 Broadway, near Wall A palaohicolaov II, IS 10-
careful and t'.ie
tnnible. too, that aflt-r the mot di-- >naiice cf others, as Fe and T.e, --
rl. Senator; Wcscott, is by supposed be ,J street, New York, offers for sale, a full and
incredulity C.lI1.e, generally remits! r.tnniiudc;; both phonetically and in f..rm. of Je many Fob 27-Schr Ontwa. Cord"n for N Orl"ID"\\ complete assortment ot CABINET FURNITURE Marshall House.

ia leavin truth and falsehood, however otherwise ..d Zie! to the fiS'ir? R, ( Fe to 8, and IV to 9, purely disinterested, while \bJ others it is unkindly March 1-Brig Henrietta, Thurston, and CHAIR which he warrants to beejualto I, HAVING taken the above! establishment
: attributed to t lie course pursued by Orleans.
Hotel
-\n .tead's
,
4i-1 (formerly
&c &c. were strongly! and amusingly iilostrated.Ve any in the city, at the following unusually low
m"l iif i.d. Dually bl r-drd. towMids Mr. Bark Carlos Tillinghast for Providence '
WcstcoU's friend Brockenbrough by f:;;; ) I ara now having it neatly fitted
with the ingenuous rates:
Early in life our attention was attracted by \ were particularly pl-ased at tin1 Suwanee Spring Convention TLMittluM.M.ircli Iii i up, so that I may be able to make
-liHsof the in recommending 2-Bark Baltic, Saunders, for Providence, Mahogany Si.fa from20 to $150 each
di-iit'tt'tt
speaker all who call comfortable and flatter
Viev* t advanta1 which were afF.rld by the I last year. It i is :averred with what trtttji we Ly \\'('ud \ BiIiou.Bn d<. Chairs 30 to 12() per doz. i ,
that nndf-r : of age should! not beiit melt with the that those who call
snmv? C'lnpe'idiou* -p.lcn.! of i istruction; that ciiil'irrn years : pretend not to s.iy, that ;l Wesco't's' ? I..nd, storer, fcr New Orleans.! do. Rocking Chairs from $5 to$'>>)each hope, may
The be induced to continue their The
itinerant i venders t.f knowledge.Since : t" ill-; st-jdy cf Piiieno-Miietuotechny.; friends Ojjo/ the. rcnfiwinalion of Mr.Hiockenbrough.atid Sriir I'lizabeth Chit, for Xew Orleans. do. Rti.van $5 to $7.3di. patronage.
are auit by Staes..11 with and in the absence of
liusiraton-! : :..I.t referred to, were representeda" "IJerellhan tale." Bns Clarion, Babcock, for Sew Orleans by Card Tnble* $IU to 53) stop me,
: s:1
then w4? hav,- h'>eri in the invatiaM! !practice s-airplfS: of thp principles c.f tie! science, and Sa'r. CIMS H'lKer-s & Co. do. Centre Tables S15tf>$7-: either of them, passengers Wt'tl'P here will
[ Hep. M.irtli 5 f : G B Lamar for X YOlk : meet with dttrntion.
of |l'.1tnuiolll' eicrv o.1If I the clji whataetjuur themselves for Jrs: Hayes, do. French Bedstead l-stc. W no as private conveyancecan
ihey $ :
c.rol.ly.hil Tflnmmenr.d I by Win G Porter i5c Co. I I be had by application; to me. The Eastern
i Uce of re-ile'ice' ; a:IJ we -cruplc heir beauty, afforded evidences, by their nnirilt1iribility 11'ir.Rini.i: CASK or ( P1'R.:
tint 11 say that we die a "rifi.ia.jd believer in i tie : that! ihy were of a very profound na- Stephens: of Chill rtlrel, Esex, details i LIST OF VES-ILS I ix POUT.SHIPS. of the finest qualities:: and at the lowest market days, at 7 o'clock, A. 3L, and departs on Mcn-

bnc&t they have heto us. Could it be otherwise turf: so lulo that we supposed a good deal I the following revoliinj I cn: .e in a letter t to the N.prices.B. No extra for and days, W'ednf''tJas and Frrshy?, at S o'clock, P.

when thy have reconciled us to U.e p:- uil nf the ]..l.oi.iisni-both (.f lle lecture. and \-aril.us Times :-Two little children of t the agvs of Jessie, Oliver, C79 tons, for Liverpool loading ping. charges packing ship M. The Northern Stage departs immediately af-

;" woiks <,f the mighty: teacher-might ha\e six and seven, neither of them 3h feet high, J Day (.V: Co. February 2i ISJi.3m ;er the arrival of the Eastern, and returns ther
the ,
(If kn >ul.-v];&', will -ut iuterjioMn: necessityIf red < \ Oceanna, ;rt'\1'1I50n. -145 tons, for Trieste, loading same day, at S o'clock, P. M. The Western
ud jpt-d the classical of son and daughter of a working man; ,
< poor Paiaclii.
Ieel h,1 ahhre\aliol- -M
,:f IJH) ,r Sand's Stage arrive* here in time to take the Eastern
denizens: rf the five while some of the by the name of Lee, (living in this parish, Cordo\a, Lowell 333 tons, for Liverpool, loadinglodge Sarsapal'illa.FOR
: line and antf
cf th hi:1- 11. pint the depart on Mondays. Wednesdays
The practical utility se systems & Pratt. removal and permanent cure of all
fcm: bore a likeness to awe would expect h'lving: in all ten children and his wife to I I atS o'clock A. M. : this line
: been C'lrnnievsurate with their promise?, furh Dauntl#:, Hog-r. 695 tons, fm Liverpool, waiting :.< arising from an Impure State of the Saturdays, __ Jly ,
ways frlrl he p Mire. master cf the flowery theatre.Afier support,) were detected in the act of eatins -Master. Blood or Habit of the System. For sale by passengers will take the Mail Boat at Chattahoo-

end fuiy junction: our credul.ty. Do we not owe about half o thiee quarters of an hour of some turnip, having picked up six. over and B4RQCF.S. J. C. ALLEN, chie Apalachirola on Mondays and Thursdays.A. .

the beautiful: 1 chiroeraphy with which we pen pood t.iikr.i on the prmcijil'-s (.f the science, the on which cattle had: been feeding for weeks. Covenanter, Patterson, (512 tons, for Liverpool, FtbJ7 Agent for Proprietor. MARSHALL, Prorrietor.

th<* mciuiiicati-Ki to a single; coursefin t trnr. rciurer proceeded, to \erify their The stomach, of the beasts had revolted] so loading-J Day Ac Co. Quincy, October-27, IMS. novl4 43-tf
HClulwtury. Cumberland Power*, 402 tons, fm Liverpool, On Consignment.T .
t14n' from a travelling: ; tcI.llt man, w Jm tauzlt the vrtluebv. exerinients! en his own memory. I'.imph- much at t these turnips; from their frozen and \\'illtlll-J: Day \r Co.Margar.4t IIE subscriber has lately received on consign- Ornamental Trees Shrubs, &cvTHEundersrznpd

wlnleajt of penmiOH"hj:; is f1I lostims for fi\e Ie:" if ttati-iiral facts, or facts of various kinds rotten state, that the farmer resolved to Harri.-on 623: tons, for Liverpool, loading 1 merit the following articles : has received

dafwrs ? and shaH0\ u-a !LI. ra'el'.il r III' t true that mihi come under that cl.i.-s, c f hi,own compniti.m (plough? them in the 1111.1.
our Ujistier; tolts u. that Iii: couipuit .
they have come, in rreiiousarticU-s, to simil"rmt'h ,), t 1'.nil-bed a cpy grati, to each member of 1 of ihe -ix turnips exceeded the size of agoose's C'Jmb 'rdlld.! lli.-cock, 355tonsfm, Antwerp, waiting 1 supericr.Old Scotch Whiskey ; mental Trees, Shrubs and Plants,
liltcl isaew,'re J'lnbur.J! a'.uon: i\\i\ nudience I egg. The little starving innocents -Master. 2"' Pale & Bro. Otard Brandy; among which will be found Carnations, Tulips

dpcbratior.-i of pr..ficicJ, havfsundrv iU.H"ia.IJ the 1 ih-it questions from; \\'oJ''' were pounced) upon by the former, taken BRIGS. i II Dark Dumond Brahdy ; Honeysuckles, Rn es, ALtbeaDahlia's, Hya-
them
u d : ir.terjortiwn*, but whether (,f ailCiiratmncrii \:11: n'I'I"& several I milebackwards t and forwards, 1 in Peconic, Park, 23.5 tons, f.r New York, loading- V) baskets London Club" Chainpalgne. cynths, Paeonies, Figs; Vir.es, &c &.C. .All of
be ;I'loponnded for his 8uw'r"l must ac- Iturt'Inoe & Co. Also, a variety of Seuars, all of which will be which to be sell! at invoice
t he has tie*rr infcttr.cd u. 0'irli- search of a magistrate; and at last eat I ried are price
(> knowl. Jones, Tyler, 220 tons, for New York sold low, for cash only, by H. F. ABELL,
brar\ tsrp 'letewilh ? ? "fs of !U-ct'Tt-s in which before a Mr. Preston, in Scwardstone: parish. loading-Dodge A: Pratt.
; > cp tobe
EDWARD McCULLY
that educated ought ,
every ( foll.mdl Jan 16 Orrner Chestnut a*>d Watt'I'st3.
;
Here the foreman the six 121 for New Orleans
Crane ,
swore turniis were Sidi Unmet. tons,
;
-
1I' t.thr
Ffb27
t\t4 Ire tali.HI Sl'ani 14.guaI. it 50 Water
-.ch, well acqnaibtrd with ; but, still, waswtmdifol street.
pretty
I worth 3'!I., aud t th.it he delected i ihe chiltlern l-iadinq D Bubee.Delaware. Flower Seeds.
*nfi a :em ..f drawing, tencinz, pai1ttirg and.nusic with what accuracy he cnsweied thequstions. I Bordrn. 214 tons, for Fall River, load- On
stealiiifi them (good t iii nips are selling at Consignment. 11 N asssorttnenf of Flo-.rer; Seeds,just received
ia tie! tavonte number Of dozen of these he certainly did i inc-Wood; Ballou.
tu be tu.i.t : a
v.tre I I SACKS BONAIRE SALT, which will be _tl._ aid for sale
4.1. in the The defenceset ty
perbushel parish.) Ponce, Luc, Iii tons, fin Havana, waiting 60
t of six le l <;oris. Jly all cf these we have been unduubtrdly not reply inconectly:)' to more than three or four.It up was Tht"'vere hungry and had Master.Consuelo l sold low for r-a h, bvEDWA'RD Jan 30 J ALLEN.

: benefited ; and if we are not a war\in;: now became evident I he had produced a sen not anything lo eat, and the cattle hud left Pe 'l'er,173 tonS,1m New Orleans, waiting MCCULLY, COFFEE White and Brcwn Havana
Feb 26 50 Water street.
for the Master. CUBA
poljel-jtl, a Crichton or at let a Benvcr.uto CtlJne !- sation. Hespect extraordinnry science them." Upon which evidence, as to t the ;. Segars various Brands. Just arrive;*-
the character of the audience ----- White Pine Lumber For Sale. .
Michael>1 'igelo! 'Oiclhit'g nm-t be at- as wl.1 Ii dignified 1 act and value, the repieseritalive of sover ---- per schr Cinderella, from Havana, and for sale!
prevented any tlurg ;like interruption by open ad.miratic.n I I PASSENGERS.Per fCCFEET White Pine Lumber, B. ELLISON & CO.
90 by
with debt and
fined the chililten
tnW.ed to the 'feri.iflt) (.1 f our capacity-nothmjr but muttered exclamations were he costs, ,i'l Os. Gil., or, in default: 14 days impresonment -
< to the defect ot the syien. And what it \Vondeifnl." .It is Hunter, from Bath, Maine.
over the room. a grelcitnce. in hard (;,iol further distance Charle-ton Mr Levtson and lady:
of ; a 1'er Ieam"r Jan 16 CHAS. ROGERS & CO. Florida 3IoIns3es-
stley occasionally fail in rendering you master ." .Did you ever," &c ire. of 11 miles from )Ir. Preston's private MissSfuw. Messrs Godwin, Young, Sturgis, and; tierces and barrels, tor sale by -

a 1a'gna,l", a science or an art, i is it ml a great I'.i. ing i over these experiments ,both the successful Chapman. Ix
I. residence-in all 20 miles for a police officer A Talbot Messrs ALT, for sale by B. ELLISON & CO. B. ELLISON & CO"
-deal to be aMc! to get aj t'erf ct insight into the. and the unsuccessful. ), we shall proceed lo the con- to travel wilh two little children, for being :I John IVr Tucker.steamer J Ch'lmpion-\Iiss Ballard. ; S Feb 2:) 21 Water street. Frh 20 :H Water .trei't.

:principle of all of them, by a few hours or minatfs sidera;ion of smoe on the "black hoard which being I detected pacifying iheir hunger with six Per steamer Augusta-Messrs J C Morton, J French Potatoes. Salt.

application, and the expenditure; of a few extemporaneous might be considered a!putting small diseased t turnips, value the smallest Tucker, E rjchoonover, J Messrs tfchoonover.ThosMehin Mc- HAMPERS in fine order,just receivedand SACKS, cargo of British bark

, dollar ? to a better tent the value of the principles!of Phreno.Mnemotechny. possible fraction of a farthing. "I have Kt-nzie Per steamer and Duatiii.RECEIPTS Peytona. 500 for sale by 1 000 Covenanter, for sale afliat.fcy

It is not to be supposed that we willingly arfivcd A gentleman well known to the been," says Mr. Stephens, 10 the cottage Feq 20_NOURSE. STONE & CO. Jan 23 DCO.

audience was requested to mark upon the board i in which the family live, at (he foot ofChingfon.hill FROM TilE I TEI110H.I'cc"r .
For Sale
at the conclusion that we were not capable Amusla-12 bales ction to Lock- TUST received per schooner Elizabeth from I ,
XJI4rinking all know ledge as fast as it could be an unlimited series of numbers.; which, however ) near to Major George Count hart :steamer Voinis; 100 bushels! corn to II rf hawley; J New Orleans: 50 BilLS. Whiskey ; 50 d.). Molasses;
op
great, the lecturer jirofested to be Bile! to repeat Brnshl's, since they were liberated from lOt do to J F Farrior. 20 bbls Flour; 15;: do. Whiskey; I :0" Flour; 25 bags Rio Coffee, now

, 4tred out to u ; buf:the jcsult of some endea- after a single calling o\er. The experiment was gaol. I by the payment of the money, and ascertained Per M"ainer Emily-19 balrg cotto.i to Hill, 2 Monongahela do; 5 kegs Lard ; landing from schr Elizabeth, and fcr sale, low

lJ-gto. give a practical application to our &tudiv8 made on thirty HX numbers and successfully per the destitute state in which they I D.tw!onV: Co: 10 to Lockhart A: Youns; 63 kegs 5 Mess Pork ; 5 do. Family Beef for cah, by -

I --.i&ncedlli it must be the fact. Fortunately, in formed. This wa* I hI best test of .Phreno- are-by the visitation of this calamity being :. buileran-i Per steamer 1 bbl Charleston peaches to-Xours-e 307 bales, Stone cotton A: Co to For sale by EDWARD McCULLY, Jan 23_KOURSK. STONE CO.

the midst of! our unhappiness at the dNcovery,we :Mnemotechny" afforded by the evening's entertainment obliged to dispose of their efFectsJo meet Maclav & Kimbrough; 1St to Lockhart .fc Young; -Jan- 1G_51)_Water-----street.- A. FAHANESTOCK'S VKRMIFUGR. the

recollected that there was wondcrlul: science ; but, (till, we could not helo observingthat it, not a panicle of furniture to be seen in 131: howard & Ruiherlord; 49 to Hill! Dawson LOUGHS, No. 10 and 16, at Manufacturer'sprices be"t wore medicine now ir> use, for sale by

called Phrcjo.1\ln motechny." Here was the i was in fact no test at all, we being, with the house or cottage: the man, his wife, and i: Co; 10 10 Harper Champion A: Holmr 33S bales cotton to P ; by B. ELLISON & CO. Jan oft( J C ALLEN.B .

fvrtka, the philosopher's stone, the one thing our own feeble natural memory, as able as the 10 childern all lying on the floor, with remnants Maciav Per Meiimer te Kunl.rougb; 140( to Hill, Uiwsoo ic Co; Jan 23- 24-Water---- street. THE undersigned- continue to make advance

anljnj our wishes for unlikethe mamma of learned professor to repeat the numbers as soon of blankets and horsecloths to cover 45 Lo khart \:: Young; 23 to (Harper A: holmes; 10 Kettles, Mills and Cauldron, a large Cotton consigned to their friends in Li'er-

; and a accurately as he did Of this we have no them," Is this really a Christi.m country ? to J Day) <& Co; 2 burlehideS to \\yhe A McKenzie SUGAR most approved patterns,for sale by pool, Havre, Boston and New York.D. .

/ iron's greatest hcro, but he probably thoughtthat [Liverpool Mercury. ROBERTS ALLEN & CO. B. WOOD & CO.
doubt he was aware ; -31 bales cotton to A N Jan 23:
I Whose memory wrs a mine:" wonderful IVr steamer Augusta Dec 5 7 Colombia Row.
r "or her .t'ioale'li't're n u.elf'SS art, if the audience considered it it fel.\\ McKay. n. Platform Scales.
dissatisfaction.After DOUBLE RULE OK Two.-Suppose a Per steamer Peytona-; pales- cotton- to ('IIILOItlOE LIME, lor sale by
he himself obliged to but hhop-he did not become him to express any t1111'1 Ibs. Platform Scales
Could nfvrrmake a memory w up fine as I another, and far simpler experiment on the ler, who has nothing m.irry.s: a gall what Dawson Ac Co; CD to A Guin; 22 to }' 2 2 1:200 lf 00 Ibg.u do. ; '.J Feb 13 H. F' ABF.LL, Dng-st.

ThatwbjctiadornedtLiebrainofonua mci" has is her things his'n, or is hisher'n McKenzie. EXCHANGEou New Orleans tcr sale by
noihing : ,
black-board, nnd I statement of term, &c. by Per rl".Im"r Lotus-30 bales cotton to, \\ ylie >X 2 1GOU lb. Beams, complete for cotton weighing -
S FeiDagles' art was all that was required to render the professor the evening's entertainment closed.So ; or is his'u and hers her'n ? McKenzie; 23 to Locklurt Young I For sale by 111 Jan 0 J.DAY&O.

e aSS. like Mr. A. T. Davis, the clairvoyant, maste the whole affair, that nearlyall -- Per box fm Albany-415 bales cotton to buns Jan 23 ROBERTS, ALLEN & CO. New
satisfactory was J A Co 30 to Lockhart on Boston,. Providence,
Day :
a &c. Cheever112 to
of Cosmology, Ethnology, Astronomy, Ge!l. ourself the number, delighted Sears, Ac ; Ac OLG E'S[ Otosaonian[ or All Healing Balsam, EXCHANGE and sight checks
1 present, among SEGARS, Assorted Preserves, \: Young; 35 to J 11 & J M Hull; 2!) to Wylie F imore bought
Liver
.. ogy, Physiology, Languages, and every possible at the glorious opportunity, determined to receive 40,000 Syrups, Chocolate, Guava Jelly, McKenzie. Complaint for Consumption, and all diseases, Asthma ot, the Coughs throat and on New York sold bvWILLIA1l & CO.

I Science, and jpecieu of kn Jwledgt'."* In conformity instruction by Inch, in language c the learned Marmelade, Cordials and Pine Apples," just received EXPOltTS.l'H.O.IDESCEPer lungs, for sale by G. Bank PORTER Erunawicic-

1 : with our invariable practice of doiring ItP0 : professor, we would each and all us, be able from Havana per schr Joshua Bates, and bark Carlos-875 bales April 11 II. F. ABEL Dec 5 Agents

****, as well as believing thing in the to repeat verbatim a page or even a ehapterof any for sale low, for cash, by cotton. -- I Sale
every For ,
EDWARD McCULLY, Per bark 13lllIc-119 biles cotton. White Lead.
I'e I.I $h pe of knowledge which we see or hear, we book after once carefully reading it. has March G 50 Water street.BAY NEW YORK-Per brig G B Lamar-713 bales LBS, a superior article, just re- 10 HHDS. choice N 0 Sugar;
--ere / The lectures are over und the PROFESSOR 5000 bbls Flour, by
not a little anxious that feome teacher twis ceived and for sale by 50
been paid his fees. The pupils wear a puzzled, RUM, very superior article just receiv cortOIl.EW OllLEANS-Per brig Lyrd-313 bales 21 H. F. ABELL. Druggist. Feb 2 NOURSE. STONE & CO.
Wonderful
science should this Nov
come .ay.- informed aid for sale cotton.
Jf but still delighted aspect. One has just by -
But on thu frontier of civilization-this Ultima dollars for the March U H. F. ABELL. Per schr Ontwa-116 bales cotton. Salt,. 11lnrliinInk..
hundred
would take
that he
"Wile us not a Per brig Henrietta-345 bales cotton. SACKS of British SUPERIOR Marking Ink, just received -.
Liverpool,
cargo
- of the arts and sciences-such a desire, itJnutl benefit the lectures have been to him ; and we For Hire, Per schr i'tizlhelh-49-i bales cotton. J 000 ship Jessie for sale by A and fcr sale by

a be acknowledged, was rather unreasonable have been told of another who voluntarily declined A NEGRO WOMAN. Apply at this office. Per bngClanon-474 bdlea! cotton 70 bales.cotton Jan 23 J DAY & CO. Feb 27 J. CL ALLEX.I .

3'' We were ti&talued w ith the wonderful accour.tsuith au unoGireu thousand dollarsWr, too, arc well March ((5 .,: '. goode, llooI1l LC. ___ '.

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purannce of le.jl authority, the: sabsciber virtue of the power vested in me by 1.1I subscribers olFer l for sale a large sea- ------.- --------. ---- -- --------- ---------- -------- -- -- --- --- ?

IN olFer for site at public: auction, at the BY shall expose for sale before the C..nit House Jsonable stock of Dry Goods, consisting in OTICE.-Six months alttr publication 01 In Cbalcel'y--Circni Court of D'C-S'It' Pcrfnnerr,4t''>

Court-houji of MaJiwi( : c.vinty, bstween the door in the county of Calhoun, on the first Monday part of this notice, application will be made to the .Taclsol County. relnrntl his,

hours of ten and two o'clock, on the 13th day of ii: July nest, the following property situated Negro Kerseys and Liu!cys,' lion. Judge of Probates for Jackson county, for afloat Alexander 1 1.Simmer. "j friends and the ubIic for T*

May next, the following tract of land, to wit: in the city of St. Joseph, or so much thereof, as White and Red Fhnnels, settlement( of the administration of the estate va. 'l j Bill to enforce vendor patronage, and b.1s. tQ ''

The S E I of section 23, 1 will pay the State and County: Tax ou the same Plain and Fancy Jeans, of Samuel N. Spears, deceased, late of said William McDaniel, and f lien <>n land. i if now receiving at Iddt

TheS W J of section-.21,1 In Township: 1 lorJlheyearlSlG: Double twilled I Tweeds, county. ELIZA SPEARS Benjamin F. Newsoin. J J i which added to hi. b."

The N W J section 25, f !Range No 7, S & Ii 11 Lots unimproved: valued at tf0, purposing Super fancy Casamercs February 1, 1657. 5-0m Administratrix. appearing! to the satisfaction of the Court that assortment unui1la111b

The N E I of section 2'j.' ) to belong to R C Allen's estate. Super 1 English and French Cloths, IT Benjamin F. Newsom a defendant in this bill, English, .French. Cu ",

The E i section Township 1, R S, S & E. ULot unimproved, valued at $W, purportingto Whitney Blankets 10, 11 and 12 ]rs.Du.Til NOTC.-Six.months Probate after Court date,of I will Franklin apply is a residdit of the United States, but aden non.re i- ; Cosmetics; Perfumtf1'

The W J section G, I II 9 belong Robert Armstrong. Blankets S, 9 and 10 41r5. : of tbe Sti'te of Florida. I i is ordered, and : ware, &c., &c., are L'
On the 13th dayof Miy, at Court-home of I Lot unimproved, valued at $''), purporting Denims, Kremlins and Cottonades, County for a final discharge from the administration the said defcrdant: is hereby required} to to Physicians i Country Merchants and ot U?*
of John C. Perkins late of appt.'a
Jeff r.m: county, the following tracts will be offered to belong to F G Arott. Brown Shirting and Sheeting, of (the estate and an"wer, otherwise the complainant's bill the most liberal terms-all of which he* *
;') purporting to Cotton aid county, deceased.JAS. :hal and unadulterated. irri iH.
for sale, viz: 3 Lots improved.llued at $ 0-snaburgs, be taken pro confcs o. pure
The W I of sec 13) belong to R Beverides estate.1 Cot ton Drilling and Ticking, M. SHACKELFORD, Adr'r.palachicol. GEORGE S. HAWKINS, F. ABELL

The E | of sec 11, > In T 'ii. I S, Range 5, E. Lots u lufro.tlued at $oO, purporting Linen and Cotton Checks, / Nov. 21 I. ISIG. -1 JGmNotice. Judge of the Weter Circuit of FloriJa. Wholesale Retail Drn t. '-

The S | of sec31. ) to belo. g to A B Blackwell's estate. Irish: Linen, Shining and Sheeting, I ct. ify (that the above is a true copy from the 45 Warer

The N I of section Ii,' Town.! 2, Rinjre 5, S & E. 1 Lot improved, valued at $'2J), purporting to Beached Cotton Shirting and Shc.ing. an order of I the Hon. Probate of Calhoun origin order filed in my otlicc. Given; under Apalachicola, Nov. 21, 1SJG.

On the 23th day of M.v. at t tin: Couit-hou e of belting to George Clark. English, French and American Prints, B countFlorida. [ be sold in the ofQuincey my ha id and seal of office, this 27th day of January -

GidsJon county, the folhwin. tracts will be offered 2 Lots improved valued at $100 purporting Extrasuper, plain and t twilled Ginghams 'Gadsden wil the town 22nd A. D. 1817. Drugs and lUedJC=lnes.it
to Wm Cromwell. Super Cashmere il'EcoQse, I county on Monday, THE subscriber has
f for site, vix : belong NATHAN S. WATSON, Clerk. and -
In Township North, Un 3 Wet. 1 1J Lots unimpro'l.,1..lhh'd at $">0, purporting Extra: super !Mulin df Lame 101' February next' the following Mile negroes, viz: February, IS 17. 7-lm constantly have on l tuarda> tCIll ,
Tom Mary, Melissa, Cloah and Sally,
J N English, Scotch and American do. assortment of
tn
to belong Copeland. DRUGS
Fractional and :
Section: >, All of Section 18.
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AH Section 71101' 2 3 Lots unimproved valued at $30, purportingto Super Italian black and figured Silks longing to tho estate tf: Jonalha.Thomas, deceaeiI Ill Chancery---In the Circuit CINES, which bewlnwarrant .

S i & N W J sactioi: 9.11 of" 2), belong to II 1C Call. ]J3ack?{ Silk' Cravats and fancy 1"'s. which,the and heirs sold ;Tor will Ihe take purpose due notice.of division Terms, of Court for Jackson Connt)". and of the best Duality. VMU 0'

Allof Section 13, All lIf" 21 t. 31 Lots unimproved valued at $'200.( purportingto Super English and Pongee I ,, WESTERN CIRCUIT, Merchants and Planters will fij' .
LUKE
All of CI 1 17, I belong to Win P Craig.; English: and, American Cotton I Ids ca"h. LO1'T.Ochese AT FALL TERM, IS 15. I. to their advantage to call, examine and rrit7i :

In Township 2 Ninth, Rjnga I Wi'-t. 3 Lots unimproved valued at $'3, purportingto Madras and Verona head: ) Ilkfs, -- ,. -Jan.--- -13-,-1S17.----jan23--- .-2-im-- The Farmer's Bank of Goods, before purchasing elsewhere. ,

All of Section 17, j II ot Section :,0, belong to W Cobpiit. I/xlie-f' Cotton I Hose :nivl i Gents; Ilf-hosp, persons having claims against Virginia, N. B. Physician's prescriptions pot tlp.*j

Fractional Section 2:1.: J 1'\ # 2 Lots unimproved, valued ut $*>0, purporting Super Mar.-seilles and Worsted Vest ings, NOTICI late of Calhoun county, deceased vs. care and! accuracy at any hour cf the dai W8 .j;
THE STATE
On the 3l-t thy of May; at li! Conrt-houss of to belong to Colquit & Grant. Cotton and Flax Thiead a"ie requested: to present the same dulyauutIuentcetl !, Thomas .M. White I administrator ()F FLO- J. C. ALL-" (. t, ',

Jackson county, the folhnvm; tracts will beef. 2 Its u.iimproved: valued at $">0, purporting Plain and l tlgM Swiss and checked .11"lin5. wiihin the tirrs prescribed by law, of the estate KICA' S. 9. March 21 Ccr. Ccnfre! and CommerceL

fercd for sale, viz: t to belong to Wm B Duvall. Jaconet and Cambric Muslin!, or (this nOtice will be plead in bar of their, recovery of Thomas Wil; -1'I:

In Township ;5 North lime 11 West. 3 Lots unimproved valued at $:'), purportingto Needles Pin, Tape, &c. &c. all peons indebted to said estate, are Iams. deceased. I I .

All of Section 1, S aaJW: I. aniS I belong to I) W Dubon. Which have been selected with great rare in r! al make immediate paym(nt. pursuance of a decretal order of said Court, A

JandNEofSv.-c2, W Ill' X ]F: I 2 Lots unimproved, valued at $5), purporting New Yoik all Boston, from Iinporteisaiid Agents ljJE'stcr LUKE LOTT Executor. IN in the above entitled caue, and dated _

S E J of Section 3, -"l"PIl .2i. t.) hcl":1 to JaIl K Davi of Manufacturers, at the lowest market rite*, and Ocheseo Jan. IS. IS.17. jau23 2-2m the twenty-first day of November: A. D. tSII.

N i of" -I 1, t\. i cor.ctj'ln '22. 2 Lot* unimproved: valued at $Si( purportingto are now ollered at wholesale or r ictail on favorable whtrCbr. among tther things it was ordered

WI, & W! of NlI.. ) 1)111 1 ti.f :. belong to Join! n rrkk. terms by W\J G. PORTER & Co. NOTOE-AI persons having claims against adjudged and decr.cd. that the undersigned be I

andWofS1.1, : \ k ,\1' t. "'C t, 20 Lots unimproved, valued at $100, purporting Dec. ; 1S11. ___ .11|. Water Irect. late of Jackson county, i appointed Special Ma-ler in Chancery for his
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Section o, ) .dI."tioa; 25. I to belong to John! G Gamble. -- -: &-COXNERY' No. Water street, (leceased I. are /Ifsiec to present the same duly I cause, and charged with the duty of taking an

All of Section! 7, .\lI.f" H. S Lots unimproved valued at SLOn, purporting GREEN received and 3l. salt123 : the time pjescribed bylaw account of such of the intestate's debts a shall I
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I! u 27, to belong to F presented
SW1&.WtofSEi.Iut j or
sacks Green Rio Cofieec, new ) the
Section '. .\11!1 "f" '. 2 Lot unimproved, valued ai $iIJ. purporting 100'. barrels Northern ami Western( Flour crop ; recovery, and alii persons indebted: to said estate, in the period of (Iwo years from the date of the' ]FOR and cure of Dip<>psia rr Irdigstobj
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E i ofS W }, SecN I). .\Huf.1! :1, to belong, to E G Greenwood.; 200! Old Rectified Whiskey ; are requested to iruke immediate )pajtncnt. grant administration, to amt.iin" what is Diarrahtna Omit nervow Headache. Cortipt.

VV J of Section I I':1 L or :: I. 1 Lot impnived valuod nt !$:rtlJ: purporting to white I !he and I brown JOSHU.1ERCEH., Adm'r. due to the ant (' unsatisfied crtd- Rheumatism, Crave! J1a.
riOO boxes I rir| Soup ; plintifrand lency, &c. For sale wholesale
NW&SEiofSocl I'1 Ht.I :n. belong to James GolinG Jackson I. l-2m itors of the who shall have antI retail,b
;.3 lihds N. O. Sugar ; 11 l,> Mvncovadodo:; ___ ___ presentedtheir nee 12 J. C.
E i ol N W J, Sec 11.11 1 uf :I', Lots unimproved: : : valued at $-30, purporting 20. caskBacon Sides and; Shoulders ; -___-__-_--- ----- _-=_ __ -.. demands \\itl.in; the tune mentioned, and ALLEN DinggjTarraut's
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K j Section nlId. :;:J. to leIouig to Robert Gamble. 5 .,' Hams FItlXTS OAXY. that the undersigned cause an advertisement to -

_kIt of 17, All of f .' 31 I, 2 Lots improved valued at $l KiO, purporting to 20 barrels Clarified; Sugar ; SPRING STYLES 1847.1 be inserted a newspper, published in the city Compound Extracts.!

All of" 1',, .\tlllf" :n. belong to Edward Hardin's estate. 10 boxes Loaf do of Apalachicola in this State, for the space of Cubebs and CO a\'ln. N

All of" 111!) tlf" :H, 2 L,,ts uuimprovod valued at $-30, purpotin, 50 Sperm Candles; LEI \ BICCWSTElt four weeks, calling upon: the creditors of the said Stands unrivalled (fl.\

All of" 21:>, I belong tu S K Ilod as. 20 N E Rum ; 44 CEDAR STREET, N. YORK, intestate to core in and prove their demands be- efficacy ; it peoru,1.:
In Township 4 Nth liruf 7 W.'sf. I Lot unimproved valued at $-30, purporting IJJ'Cl ; fore the the in a few days-no '
10 White's Baltimore Gin ; Beg leave to inform Dealers in Dry Goods] that urdersned. o-i or before frt day C'Oft&t
Fractional Section 1 i'ectin 1 21. to( belong to William UnHand. merit or re fnc "
they have received, and ot March, A. D. 1S47. mnH in.
Domestic
at
10 Brar.dy are now e .
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1"1 valued S: purportintci lihiing -
at ,
7 Lots unimproved, $ ; -
All Section 10 N 0 Molacj) ; the eyrlwipehi 1)1; Now the undersigned hereby gives notice to necessary.l ftiif .
In 3 NIi W .\lI..f Secti.n IS. belong to A K Hill. 1 rllSr Calroes found in valuable ,
Township 9 : all such as have their claims, 'I ,I -
Cheese 500
.30 f boxes Dairy CASES persons jJIo
In T t N, R 10 W.-!t : N i ar.-l S W J, and! J K of 1 Lot tnimproveil. valued at $-30, purporting to .?) pieces F.ngl.h Kentucky B.igging ; ; Comprising all the debts and demands, ag.iin-.t pr.sentcc!aitl intestate to = pared with the glaIs .

S E i, Sec C. Atlllf Wfi..Ti 1 11. I belong to n S Hawley. his administrator within two from the t possible, care, upon III
30 coils years Errant
These land*, selected fir tho State rnny: \'cusFractm.al 1 Lot unimproved valued at $30, purporting t to Rope; New Spring Styles of administration the tested principle*, founds -
I 10 bales Alicar.t Mats; Of B? iIi.s1u Fren ci, to come in'ar.clfn arne i
belong to II B Inuiaii. / Jlmnican [
since and I lin; in ar e"'JL 'i..i i !111 rh-j.i.Js! : are :oL Jllftnitfiiflttre; before him at Mariantu J Florida upon that important hi -'
bxsand hlf.bxs Mai. Raisins } .
valuable.: 2 Lots unimproved valued at $ 'O. purporting SO (new crop) ; which in addition their usual stock renders fir.t efablLhed "
very on tr before tl.e first day of March. D. 1** 17. by then( r..
Ii) Lemons
fOneftmr1h c.ii! and! the t.lh..r to In-long toG C S Johu>on. ; their a--orttno it one of the moot beautiful and ebrated Dr. Fordvce, _

three-fourth in three eju.il riiiu.il; ii-t iment.! ,, 7 Lots unproved, valued at $30'J, purporting t to 7-3 Manufactured Tobacco ; attractive i i:i the cil '; and having: just been purchased Special FliED Master R. PITTMAN in Charccry.1Irianna that a combination )(jisilar u-:
2-3 assorted Pickles
with interest from t the date of silo pava'jle' an- belong to John Jenkin ct latc. cases ; forCASH Jan- i r .u : 3 Lot-unimproved, valued at $100, purporting j'l i larrelMackerel, Nos 2 and 3 ; AXJ) SHORT CREDIT 21,1517.I jan.30 3-1 in considerable
and
nually in advance; tlu pun-haT t<) give t..nl.! Speedy, effect, than ant e Rr,
with approved security ; or if any purchaser' to belong to Seaborn J'/"('. 'JO,) half bhl do do ; Areo'lered by t the piece or package on the size Calhoun Circuit Court. lent dose of any single one.' In many cas tV f

shall prefer to pay up the whole price ill cash a 1 Lot unimproved valued at $50, purporting' :20: })()XCS assorted Syrups; terms, at nrd bolow in mufacture.-'s- prices.CaTuItu.rur' John F. 0. Thomas' } disease i is entirely prevented by its tuceij ,

discount shall be allowed of fnv per cent on the belong to Jones & B J!3. :20! i cheats.' ant boxes Gunpowder and Ih'S of prices (corrected daily,) are vs. V Bill for Divorce. For sale by jpttcation.

credit instc1lm nts.tt 1 Lot improved valued at $-30, purporting to (! ; pi! (ed in I the bands of buyers. Marind Tioma! ) Dec 12 J. C. .ALLEN, Drt

JOHN mIn, belong to J Kiuney's e>tate. 10 i chest-s and boxes Powchong Teas ; l'iircb..ser' will inf'rr themselves of the state THE complainant: has leave to ft supple-men --

Register of Public! Lands lit the 1 Lot improved] valued at $2 )O), purporting to '2 half pipes Old Cogna' Brandy) ; of the 1\t.! and IK well repaid for an examination bill which wadone.. appearing; lo/ WINTER'S r

Si.if P <>f FluMi.Tallahassee. ; belong to J P Lockey.: 10 baakets .1 llcidaieck", Champagne; t OV< I irtlcy I doii'.f purchase.. the satisfaction. of the Court (that the defendant.

Feb. C. 1 1"17. frhl3rin: 1 Lot improved valued at $5O, purporting lo 5'') kegs Nails, assorted I sizes ; L. & B. l have peculiar advantages for executing resides out (.t the W c"ler Circuit 1.1 l Florida.: I

---- belong to Doctor Lang. 2-3 Lbls: Pilot ml Navy Bread ; onkrs for. Prints which areru'jiertlnllvelicited.. is ordered that. said let'endatit: be required to appear I

State Tax Collector's Sail 1 Lot unproved, valued at $-30, purporting to :J tierces new Rice: LEE & BREWSTER: and answer the bill of compl.tir.i: on I the _

NOTICE i is hereby give-i! tint -i\ tal'lh" af- belong to Abraham} Low. '!' ko. s .md quarters new Bnck\\ll'at ; January 0, IS I; -11 Cedar Street. first Monday in :1.lrch. 1" 17, and in the fault

I will PXJIOMto < ili- at puhli.! outcry 5 Lots! unimproved, valued at $-30, purportiug 2.JO bmhcls Norther OitApalichicoLi ". -- ----. thereof, the said be taken pro rcnfEs,

opposite the Court I II "".; djor I I in tile' city of to belong to P L3t limp. .. het5. 1 I5- Hi 15. KHiso:) & Co., 21 Water street. and that this hil.h"l i in some newspaper :-
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Apalachicola, the fullowru pr.'p; 'rty, to wit :- 1 Lot improved valued at >5:), purporting to for sale SHIP CHANDLERY.MAXILLA in this t.te t for months before the

Lots Nos. y and 12, bl.I.FI: ri the cif\'of belong to C McKhran.! FRANC KOP.l\\, Prints : and Hemp Cordage of all sizes, day ordered for the aid hearirp.GF.O. I

Apalachicola, property belonging toCalhoun& 9 Lots unimproved, valued at $-30, purportingto Bombizinc::10 \rerican Silk ; 1 ', \ormlirl. '.Marline Spun- W. MACRIIA; _
Alpaca
Bass. anl ; \ikuiiiSppnn Oil'1, Fall do, Whale do Olive
belong Jo Win P Malone.I yr. Jut. e of Circuit,
JOHN T.GC.fII'rif! }, Lot unimproved, valued at $-30, purporting to Drad Bleached Elf and and Brown colored Domestics Cambiicn ; ..- "| do, Raw Jo, Boiled Jo. Spirits Tur- Preidim( in the!SQ1lhtr Western Circuit.A .

and ex-Ollie-if Sr.it.; Tav CoIIertor. t belong to Thomas More. ; -inine. PainViiidow! ( Jla;: PUlyVhitf true Teite.
Neicro Kt.rse'o and Blankets Lead, I Red: do, YellowOcJi'e:: Chrome ( copv- )
Apalachicola, Sept. 2.', .I hi J'i.: 17-tJrn 1 Lot irnprovcJ, valued.! at $:'), purposing to Be i Tiek and 1incy WonNeys) ; I'Im.-rail; (Ii). r Imperial do, Chiron'elow, Green., Yerli H. W. Rowi.rv, Clf-rlc! C. ('. C. C. C4AD1AiN VERMIFUGI,
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- State ail tl Coimly 'ax Collectors belonz to OJ1iell\tIJnl.! c ; C.Ck':. aid Klannr-U: ; < ri", Liih H.' e, Sih1tiur!| Bright Yarnifh, Coprlili Calhoun Count}. Dec. 21. dec-J'i; .I!-2m? The rtuatto. \\t.J b we would cal1 tbe art:
1 Lor valued (to Alrll --- --- ---- (tii, : which j
Hal". unimproved, at $ 'J, pl1rportint a-id! Cambric 1 tariclkerchefsI T'if. It:iin.! Pitch. Tlinientine. Coal P.iinf n ui'tLcpuSuc. is one has ..rovedrn / ,
belong to J Nir.ncnger. I ; Irbh.: ; < Y.irm-h do, 'l'rrlilScrut; : :) tj Ctnuipd; ;;: Calhoun Circuit Court. '-\il; 'for a t.rr time ; and it is cr.ii ?anTi.k'i "
BY virtue of the ''\->r V(4'd in tno. by l.rv, I Lot improved valued at $l1),), purporting to Hosiery of : very description ; L>rp Back. Chalk. WhuinUu.ia i ,Duck. Euig- Ix Opts Cofnr-DncK'iREU TEUM, HI" '.wlrtJiifd: ;hy all who ha\'t tri d if, tnbeFiiTsL .
months after dile I >!'i ill <-v:.o e fr sale Straw! )ojnt'and Woolen! Hoods,; lisi! lo, do. I do Lihit C''iauctrt'. I : .;
belong to Win Patrick. COIII It'atan do, II F'KillOR!: any other medicn& t'tteiBfinc n-o'
before the Court Haa---, iu: the city of .\I'tl.t; h- Kid Slippers and Walking. Shoes ; WhitBli! ituiid :, do Elizabeth Mcflrvde
Copper
2 Lots unimproved valued] at :$30, purposingto nur.il; : ) in clireasi-sfir which! it irernnimer.dcd.. It*,
i cola, Franklin County, the! t lollnwi'i d--cnbed belong to George Poe .jr. Colon'l! and Black Gaiter Boots ; do Tack?, Ship Sjiik1, do, Brads: Screws, v-5, v Rill! fur Divorce. o-ly d.Mrny* WORMS AND INVIGORATE1TH'F. -
property, beloni iri to tie! \ 11e-hi.h Land Kip Brogins; Jack ScrewAnchor. Iland- ike ain .
; ; C"lfanc ? Cnp< William .
2 Lots valued at ;) ; McBnde. ) WHOLE SYSTEM but yi"fv
unimproved, [
: $ purportingto it I
Company, or sa mll:h there I 's will pay the Calf (. Skin: Kip| and Water Proof Boots; I: (ti.unine1 I !;?, Slnvc.J; :, Jib i Hank*. Hand
belong to Judge: appearing t to the satisfaction of the Court carries rft'tnp( sHmerr! .
State and County Tajs d-ie t'ucjcon fur ti h. vcsr Pope. Fine Silk and Fiirllafs I ; Pump*, Deck B-ickeN, CVJ.ir do, Deck Brooms, IT sBj-erabursdant: rracPREVI.ENT '
13 K : 1 L b.-longfo Wm I J Pi iff. I Helve.-, h I ; !.' I I'.ox t Hooks Hale out oi'the State : i that; the BOWELS OF CHILDREN
: Tlih i -, do, C Fcrid.l I ,bnl"jcl. more "FtcQ.-
'. And I I ,
Wharf LoN Nos 7, S -V)) fctt cah. a :irg-,1 variety: of i'.ipcy; (Jtc/tl-i.! : "
2 Lots iI11'JI'I/\'cl.: valued at $luO, purposing to C'jl Jo (,an: do. (I'), Fi-i! do. Caulking said defendant re Lots 6 ajd7 in Block 1 17. : Due. 5, IS JO.
." b'j'ong' to I.nc R<,!'ii.1=011. \jlalrc"la.; Irons \I.lkil:? IronM.ir'in1: S'pil; ":, Ship: ScraPTP (! bill in this case, on the fIrst t Monday inpril.. or ne-f in which \\"rfJ\ f>r' duce iheir? cc.;
Lots 2, 3, .1 I, ), tit; 7, s, ii in Ul-iclc IS. ---- ----- -- -
I. 2 Lots improved, valued] at $-30, purpotlingtobelong ; Burs? I.Mnvr Conk'-, Ladles! Tormentor.DiyHeiv :, t;17, and in default (hereof the Carrie r.d! by removing it, it i is impossible !frr wen?
LoU4,7S, 13: U, |is, M;, 17. l a ill Block E>. A CAIID. C S.nl I -hallt
h. Needle!
to F AntIs,. 'inMse. i *. Sail. Twine, taken pro {'onle" ., and it i further onfrPlllh! $ remain in the body. It is ban: less 1:1 ilHf
Lots 0,7, 13, 11, ii; Block F2.f takes this method rf inform-! Seine ?e\\nis do.! PalmKiKVin :
? L"athtr. this notice I ;
3 Lot NSEYMOL'R cl. published in some in tl.t' and the
at health
the
utimprll'ed'alucd $30 purportingto i : newspaper Dt s5-terr. c.1 pt.eeilvai
Lot 3 in Block! I).'. of Apalachicola all.I us ., SliovtjHammer.I Hatchet Chisel,
PUII
belong to A llyati. : this State for the of three month*. : -. iinpn veil! by its u.e, even wf \<"'
PI I : :space 1'r.o :
Gimlilet!
lhand.s'twFi's
Lots, 7, S, in Blo:k 1 1. vicinity that lIe has down on the lr.- in 1111.,1\1. ?, ,
.
3 Lots unimproved], valued at $)0, purportingto rClo\'cc COr'I'of GF.O. V/ MACREA, discovered.The .
I Hat Tin I do are
Spi.ires. Cupboard! Lock
Lots 2, :3.4,6.7, S, '.)J. in Block J. W.te- and ( and feeling thankful Ir.J ,
belong to Wm RowlHt. Centrc : Stock do, Houks: uu.l! Staple Padlock, Jmlgo of uthtrn Circuit, Canadian Vermifuge i i'. I ro 12.j era.:
Lots 4 r, G: 7 Block Ilgt
in > for t ticj heretofore extended to him I : '
3 Lots unimproved valnc.1 at $jcJ. purportingto patronige \\'00.1. au--, Pendant I ILtulyards, Hand Lines, Presiding in the Western Ciicuit. bottle and i is much more easily adnuisreridtti
Lots 1 to 10 in Block: .
l'j.Lot he sylicits renewal of the ;
belong to llergin, Col.pit & Grant a same, by 11'rin1 to I Deep Sea do, Lo? d'l. Fi:h do" Hand Leads. Deep (A True Copy-Teste.) other.
1,2,3, 0, 7, S, 9, M i-i B.;..*k 21. and elect Stock of ;
< (
yon a very neil Sea; do, Sheet do. Bar (Il). Funnel' Lanthorn II W. Clerk
ROWLEY
i Lot unimproved, valued at30, purporting to j jbclung C. C. C. C. PrpjKsrwi only. by JOHN V.'INER & C..!
Lots 4.r, 6, 7, S, 9, 10, i'i Block .' in follows
> sisting part as : Chalk Lines, Pitch Pots, Lo to Roberson & Everett. Cminrv IS I IG {!ec2tJ0"m Maiden Lane, New York.
Lot3,4,5,6,7in Bl-vk: I 13. Cloths and Cassimcre*, various styles.! : I Belaying I I'm.-, 1'itiVare, Crockery, Carpcnter's -
2 Lots unimproved, valued at $-30, II. F.
Lots 3, 4,5 0;, 7, S, in Uhck 1-5. purportingto Fancy Print., do. d-j. Tool:, ?.trn1isofl 1'0.1?, .fee 'Xrc.Apul.HpliiioIa In Chauccry---rraatkliu ABELL A2crt
Lots to 10, ialll.ick.li.Lots f. belong to Phineas Randall. Alapaca; Lustre ; do. Figured. c Jan. 23; l"t7. Court. 'b'cui Jan: 0 for.Apalchicuuu.'I'Iie .
1 Lot improved valued at $-30) to .
1,2,3.: 0, 7, S. i', I JO( j in Blv cc! 32. belong to George, St Clair. purporting Silks Grode Rynu.do. Groceries and Ship. Stores. Mary Farimton. by hf>next ) I Great Canadian BeinedjWL'iEJVS
Lots 2 to 10, in HltCk :1:jl. MontclU I '
1 Lit valuedat to COFFEE Java do friend Hezekiah 1\. Wootl, I PECTOKAL STIU'
improved -30 St. do
Lots G, 7, S. 9, lu, in Blrjck! 1. $ purporting do. Satin, Stuped.Fancy R Domingo J- Bill tor I Divorce.
OF I HOREIIOfND;
ELECAMPANE
belong to R M Stewart's estate. Northern Flour, We-teia do; N 0 Sugar, < I .?'
li, L't2to19inJfl'ck.71. Lots unimproved valued at $1')'), purporting to Ca-shmere Robedo. ,-. St. Croix iii., Porto Rico do,, Yo'ing Hyson Tca. VillaT E. Farin tfn. j Unrivalled for the cur- f f Cougli! l'i>kl#, Aai a'

Lots 1 to 20, in Bl.ck Ll. belong] to Hamilton Smith. Marino do. 1 Hvou r do. Powchong dr>, Souchong do, (;o cause it appearing to the Court, by aftidavit ?['ittin5 rf L'lotid Whooping d>uh; liffit,1' ,

Lots 1, 5, 7, S, 0 in m.l-k :t. 1 Lot unimproved, valued at $-30' do. D'-'laine do.Muslin" Butter, Checw, Lard, B.icon ILun, Side, Shoul htn I of Complumant duly made that (the de- ty of Breathin Pleurisy: Consumptionand :,
JoIN: LUCAS sh-iiir purpoiting r India Book.do. ders MolaSSes \\ all Uiiea.-cs uf ihe Lungs. rI
to s and Prime Beef, fondant William E. : resides in the
belong to Geore .Stewart. 'hi"kelIt! Furrington
and ex-Officio Tax Collector :MCSJ and [' ; Bronchitis, a disease that i is sweeping & :
.
: Franklin: Co. 1 Lot unimproved valued at )1), Svvisi, Luce antI Colored. rllt' (!, 1Hd. Salmon United States but without the State rf Florida: I
t ApalachicoU, N, v. 21, HI.:. j J.tjn belong to J Svveete. $ purporting to Edging, li.II', Cap and Thread.! I llfrnn-JT, Somuh and Tousuc.Cod Fii! Tongue" I is thcrcflr. ordered that publication he made; *and to a premature grave under the nat.
Shawls Silk. Pepper, Sp-ces! Catnip I Pepper[ Olives Consumption be cured by Using this .
Tobacco.ALF .Lcl according to law, fr.r I hrf months inme
.
L'it !
1 u'limpro'cd.'alued at $200. purporting Capers, Tickles, Soap, Sr.rch. Tobacco Navy ( news cine. .
27 bixesMwifactur: l W L Ih1l1c" to beIng Walter Thompson. (It) Maiimi.do. Bread: Pilot! do, Crackers, "int.g.r. Dried Fri!?, paper published within th:.Circuit, directing the Fir several this ruilicine las1

Brand. S L'-ts improved valued at $WO: purporting to Plaid Wool. Bean-, S.ilt Rai-en. Arrow said defendant to appear at (the Spring Term ot: n rears past .
:Iac.oni.erJct'li ill in uniK*
u-e Canada, here it has become
11 half boxes Manufactured ''W Pi ice" Brand. belong to I C J Wood's (-,Iate. Kid, Lace and] Silk I GlovesTuskanGipsey Root: Corn, Oat, \ : (Rice. the Circuit Court, lo be hidden in (the county oil w mtdic .,

39 U d-i. 2 Lotts imprn'cII.'allle,1! at $O'J' purporting to Bonnets., latest fashion.! For sale by J B. ELLISON A: CO Franklin and answer the said Bill or the arne I ly; known and is considered the best
i in for all Ilie p'
JauSJ: use pulmonary diseases.
Ribbons in all varieties. 2 iVatertreet. be
taken coufe-ed
28 "WBirlow" belong to Hcz R Wood. : may as : against him.
43 2J lit boxes u .1 Lots Valued Brown Shirting, 7S11 1 and 31.: - --- --- ---- ---- GEO. W. MACREA Jud success which has attended its Use m that i cttry
\V.Morgan" improved at $200 ,
purporting to : Shoes and bv .
Broijans theca.se
( and the
wonderful
curt
1.21b Lump belong to C.1rnr.tVoorlrufJ.. Bleached (li) 7-9,3-1,4-1 1 10-1,11-1. BOOTS. ; A Copy.W. many truly .
I I Shoes and Uu.kinsf have been eflectt-d it has induced the
proy.t.torJ
Blankets -I I and S-1 I by ,
,
5 boxes Manufactured JV Mor..It" Brand 1 Lot valued Clerk.
unimproved at -30 YAI.UU.
$ purporting to Ingrain and Cotton Carpeting. I Men's, Boys and Youth's Brogans : December to introduce it into the United Slate Premium. 1'TG.
belong to Charles Wihon. janlG l-3m
"
u- Carpet Bags. fmcsew'dBrogins; fident of its being the most safe and valuable.
r boxes II II '4icon's" NapoNapo- 2 Lots unimproved valued at $-30, purporting Hats and Caps, all style Men's pegged Boots ; Franklin CI'CUI Court. medy ever discovered, and adapttd to all th5 ,
Brand
Magnolia/ tobelongto J I) We fcott. Boots. arid Shoes. lino sewed Boots; Roberts, Allen & Co. of the !urigs, when any of the Inactionsperform dIJ.J.. .

5 boxeh1uracturctl leon's" Brand 8 Lots unimproved valued at $-30, purporting I' Clothing of all kinds. Russet, Brogans. Fur sale by vs.F.benezer Petition to Foreclose their natural or hasty action, exi !)
Slra-.vbery. to belong to P Woodruff.: }
50 2J Ib boxes Manufactured" ,' 1 Lot valued Also a neat little assortment of Jewelry and B. ELLISON & CO., Hoyt, and f Mortgage. most grateful and soothing influence o'ef _
unimproved at
Napo- $50, purporting to Jan 23 Wm.
C. .
Lawrence.TII'
leon's" Brand Magnolia." belong to William many other articles too numerous to mcnti n. '\ Water street. J tunctions of the whole system di.mini

9 boxes Manufactured Morford" Honoy Dew 3 Lots unimproved valued Wyaf.at $-30, purporting Call and examine for .vour!clves. 1 fHHDS St. Croix Sugar; defendants are hereby notified of the in- citctnent when excessive, allaying ]
of the above
suit by to foreclose sorenessan(1 and hlltf'Jt1
10 Crates Crockery; 1 l'tO'JO: Florid Sugars. to belong to R W Williams. N. SEYMOUR. jL\J 20 lj New Orleans Sugar, to arrive; their certain petition pain, speedily

30 doz Negro Caps; O'J I Jy! HOPS aborted." I Lots improued valued at $IIO, purporting to Apalachicola Nov. M, IS 10. 1O') sacks l Rio Codec; 5lj' do Java ; the 15th of October mortgage deed, bearing date ed vigor and elasticity to the whole
-- ---- day 1S13, of a certain sloopcalled Prepared and sold, wholesale and j
10 hxs Aromatic ,
Tobacco
C"tton Cards Trace John I) .
Ingrain Carpeting Chain belong
Gray. ; .
AND OILS-50 kegs No 1 White the Oregon" to secure the ofthesumof$500. JOHN WINER Lan. F
& Co. S3 Maiden
payment
PAINTS :50 f MnlVd do. ,
For sale low close Brown's and
to i bvLOCKHART ISAAC
c'in-sisjnmeuH, JACKSON Labby's
Sheriff ; :) galls Winter Lamp Oil ; 300)') gal, 2') Sperm Candles b\s ; And that at the next spring York, soie proprietor for the Uui-ed States- |l' .;':
& YOUNG, and ex-officio Tax Collector. Linseed Oil ; 50 bxs assorted Glass ; Sun ,ii;,.< ; 50 brownSoap; term of said court, I will more for a judgment of II. F. ABELL, Agent -
Nov. 14 .".\Vatcr street. December 2 ty 100' assorted Paint Brushes foreclosure. .
; Lead
--- ,; Back 2000( ( lbs Lead ; -1 casks Linseed Oil Jan 9 for Apalacbicoj|
Blank Books and Stationery. Tax Collector's Sale. Spanish Brown, Yellow Ochre, just 200 kegs White Lead No., Extra and; Pure. A. G. SEMMES, Att'y for Peitioner.ApalchiCl. .
Journals Books &c. received and f"r sale by Jan 2, IS 17 Balsam of liverwort.
Day
virtue
of the vested in For 5021.
LEDGERS power me bylaw, I salehy WM. G. PORTER & CO.
BY ,'
Foolscap} and Letter: J Paper; on the first Monday in July next, expose _AIarchJ H. 1. AP.ELL.On Dec 41 Water street. In Jackson Circuit A REMEDY most perfect is said no*
------ : Court. 1 I.
Cotton Memorandum Books discovered in settled Consumption,
; for sale before the Court House door in the county .
Ship and River Bill Consignment. Tarrant's SPRING TERM, 1S47.Etheldred Complaint, of their S !
or )
Lading ; of Calhoun the following described property, BOXES Effervescent Seltzer any incipient :
r fioooks for Letter Press. or so much thereof as will pay the State and 80 20 London Troy Club Soap ; Aperient. Philips, } on the Chrono-Thermal system by .t tb. -.\:

Blank Bills of Exchange: and Checks Taxes due Champaigne ; vs. > Attachment for $120 0. ,. Doctor TAYLOR'S celebrated medicine.
County thereon (for the year IS 10:- 2-3 boxes' Florida Leaf Tobacco HEALTH RENEWED and an invigorated Richard Tripp.
)
Just received and for sale by 7000 acres third rate land, purporting to ; condition, of body produced GeRuine BALSAM OF LIVERWORTwhich
belong For sale
B. S. HAWLEY defendant and all
by others
March 1 II. F. ABELL. to John D. Gray-numbers not known. Dec by the me of TARRANT'S EFFERVESCENTSELTZER TIE intererted, wi pares at 375 BOWERY. This plan of tr tJ .'
: 2$ Water street. notice of the institution of this suit
c
now espoused several eminent
Prints ISAAC JACKSON Sheriff APERIENT. by phjs
Prints :
Attachment returnable
to the
next term of the
subscriber haa and ex-oflicio Tax Collector C. C. This preparation is universally allowed be and has been for a long time the Stf
j'1t reccvcd I, per bark Clover Seed. < Circuit Court for Jackson county, and
TilE from New York, 200 pieces !upe- January 2, 1"' 17. I-Grn A FEW pounds o!large Red Northern Clover the most popular remedy of the present day, for and plead to the declaration filed in said cause.appear unparalleled success which has attended ,.
in its w
Taylor's medicine
riorEnglish Cambric Prints, tor sale at lower Dr. Towuseiid's Seed for sale by the prevention and cum of Indigestion Bilious: A. II. BUSH Pill's performing -

prices than ever before ofTcred, at wholesale or invaluable SUI'snIHu'llia.1'JlIS _April H. F. ABEL.Baiiig and Liver Complaints, Nervous eakne :, Head- Marianna, Jan. 14. IS.17. jan23 Att'y. cures, which in many very many C284.
retail and justly celebrated corn ache !: habitual Costivenes.i, &c. 2-'r been almost incredible] but the conclusi**rjy
by has just been received and for sale Icartur. the ..
Jan 10 FRANCIS KOPMAN. by and Itl)e. \ residents in warm climates will ---- Doctor can bring forward are irrcsistiWj

-Dec 26 J. C. ALLEN, Druggist. 70 PCS. Bagging ; 30 coils Rope for sale by find it a desirable article ; it Prevents any accumulation D'.iislc.tl ii cSA &c. we advise all who may have coughs or:

Blank Books, Fine Writing lame. LOCKHART & YOUNG of bie. i is portable, and the method of !, Medicines colds even, to use this perfect specific. r-,

Paper, &c. CASKS best Thomaston, for sale by Nov. II 1 53:: Water street. preparation unusually convenient. Children &c. consisting in part of the follow delay.H says a small leak WIUJ ,;

A GENERAL a-wortmeut of Stationery, con- 500 I). B. WOOD & CO. have frequent occasion for gentle and cooling ing articles :-50 dnz Castor Oil, qts, pt!, and hf big ship." Therefore, cure your cougbj( .

6 isting of Foolscap and Letter Paper of the Dec 12 Columbus Row. Ba&jn and Hope. purgatives; they will take this aperient in pre- phi; 5 bxs Houck's Panacea ; 10 bxs Olive Oil your lungs are past cure. For sale by tI"

finest quality ; Blue and White wove (ruled) extra 100 PCS Kentucky Bagging; ference to any otherSold wholesale and retail by 40 kegs Epsom Salts ; 1 bbls Copperas ; t lbs, J. C. ALLEN, Sole AgeD'pabcb'.

fine Qiiartoind Packet Post ; also a beautiful! LUIII Oil.1'XTINTER lot coils Rope; Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN: Gum Opium; 20 lbs Sulphate Quinine doz >
Druggist tc.
/ STRAINED, a very superior ar- 4 bales Bagging Twine (for sale by -- London Mustard Herbs of all
assortment of French Letter Paper, IVns &r ----- -- -- -- ; : kinds; QO I lbs CAUTION-The genuine Doctor T>
Just received per brig AUnama :and for salh) VV ticl-, jut t r'ccind l and f'r sale by W:1 PORTER & CO. MOFFAT'S? LIFE PILLS AND PHCENIX Nutmegs; 15 bxs Starch ; 20 bxs Lemon Syrup ; BALSAM OF LIVERWORT has on the '

Oct. 17 J. C. .\LLFN.HEE1'I5JS : Nov 1* }II V ABELL, Jrll.' '-t.Cider. -Dec---5 -11 Water trcit. ju4 received and for sale by 10 kegs Pearlash ; 2 gross Seidlcfz and Soda splendid steel plate engraving, to PreTetcrfeits

lot Shirting and Print", by the Fine Fur and Silk lIaise Nov -JS 11. F. ABELL. Druggist.. Powders; 20 lbs English Calomel ; 20 doz Spts signed by Gurdon J. Leeds, any -)

bald and. case, lo.v. fur cas'i' by : BBLS. Sweet Cider, landing horn brig CASES superior Fur and Silk hats, which Lamp Oil. -- Turpentine in the, and a general assortment of all articles I- vile and dangerous imitations, and the pgblifi
20
1' Drug line, for Country Merchants, cautioned not to deal in it,
B. ELLISON & CO. R. C. Fisher. For salcty arc offered very low, by strained splendid article, I Planters purchase or
and
Jan 23 21. Water street. Jan. 23 NOURSE, STONE & CO. Jan 2 F. KOPMAN. WINTER[jar.30] J ALLEN.forall I March Physician For sale by protected by the U. S. Copy Right Law
I ij. F. ABELL- March 21, 181'3. 12.1yP

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