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LIBERALS, CONSTITUTION, ET NOSTRA|PATRIA.


VOLUME V.] APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER Q5-1847. [NUMBER 37.


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J. D-iy & Co.,*
,V 00 MISSIOSON MERCHANTS,
S No. 52 Water street,
)ec 5 Apalachicola, Fa.
_-,-4 U kso, Akents for the" tEtnaInsuranceCo."
"*'he Pr .i^'r ,niInsurance Co." 'and the Hart-
_ ')rd iasuraace .o," Hartford Conn.
H *- -arper &S 11rhes,
0011 A I-S SI-O'N MERCHANTS,
.... : also,
*'-*.yg,1,d, for the
*UN MUTUALL INSURANCE COMPANY,
""* df the City of* J\ew York,
No. .51 Water street,
Dec 1'2 Apalachicola, Fa.
Willa. Gt. Porter & Co.
01iE \1,E.S RI GOODS AND COMMISSION
..... *. MERCHANTS.
'No. 41 Water Street,
"- Dee-5 Apialaohicola, Fa.


EdWard McCnlly,
ATU C TIONENEa,
Office No. 50, Water street,
Jan 16. ApoiN!hjidldaFh.


D. I. %Vood & Co.,
- :ON M [SSiI ON .AND FORWARDING
.... *- ./ R W :i ANTS,
*E;" ".No. 7, Columbus ROw,
N','v, 2SiS 1'3 .Apalachicola, Fla.
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I ',., 1315. _palachicola, Fa.
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'-Y't'.ALEKAND RETAIL, GROCER,
..- i' ,riiz'l.ir i .i':in, paid'to irtuio up familyy ,
steamboat and. shi stores.
No.'49 Wat r;rreel, .. ,,
Nov. .1 4 kpial';v icoit', "Lt.

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r.>. "* Columbus Building?,.,
Dec. 29, t4-5. Apalachio'la, -aFa...
11es1a1wmin Salter,
C0\t MISSION MERCHANT,
Vo. 43 Water street-z=Up stairsi,.
D'c'..l, 1815. ApalKchicola, Fla..
k.Laa.'r DODGE. CHIARLES PkATT.
aodgre-&. Pratt,
DIPPINGG & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water Street,
Nov 22 Apalachicola, Fa.
u. a. Taylor,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MER.CHANT,
No. 22 Water-street,
4- sept92 ly Apalachicola.
Francig Kopmian,
WHnOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN4
6RY" GOODS. BOOTS, SHOES, HATS; ANI,
CLOTHING', &c. ,
octl Chestnut-Street, Apalachicola, Fla..


WM, SYDNEY GREEN, M. D.
0j- May be found at his residence, corner of
Centre and High streets, opposite the Mansion
House'. Nov S..
Or. A. W. Chapman,
{lh Office over the Drug Store of B. S. Hawley,
(entrance on Chestnut street.) Residence'at 'the
house lately occupied by Dr. Baltzell.
January 10; 1846. 2 --tf


1. L tit stii yl C'o.1
'C00AM MISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 45 Water Street,
Oct. 24. Apalachicola, Fa.


fH. E. Owens,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
C.AYTO1v, Barbonir County; Alabama.
April 29, 1846. 2-tf
John Bilbo,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ALBANY, GA.
W ILL practice in the several Courts of the
South-Weste-i 'Circuit, and Thomas and
Stewait counties
Aug. 5,1845. 31-tf

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


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saw nothing but escape /--/4Lt riiten al3
oyer the bills; and amid tbclatter and
.tramp of the hunters, he' .heard" the clear
voice ofdesjtiny bidding him to do all mi his
power to avert the.fate that was impending
over him. He ran like- a madman., He
gained the hills and scrambled up a path
carvedby the hand of nature, nor paused tp
look back a second. -Tbe yells, curses,
laughter, and threats of his pursners-their
demonios, maleditos, infernos, &c.-rang in
;his ear. He dashed and tumbled on. A
;footstep kept near the whole-time. He did
pot reflect nor turn his head. A crevice in
the shty side of the ematence he 'had
partly scaled presented itself. It seemed
hardly large enough to-admit the entrance
of a cat; but he fell flat and jammed himself
through the aperture, He was followed-
XCLISE He had entered a nook, the top of
which was the living rock-the sides formed
of stuff that had fallen down the precipice
from time to time, and accumulated; and
the front was composed of two or three
-loose slabs and tangled roots. He turned to
.face his pursuers, who touched him! Hig
bands were bared' for the death gripe and
final struggle. He looked-no man was
there, but the, poor dog which, had caused
him so much anxiety. Bernard pulled the
brute in by the neck and blocked up the en-
trance. I will not relate to you, as I heard
him relate the sceuethat was enacted in the
search which was continued-how they al-
most fell into his retreat-how they ran all
about, shrieking vengeuce, and firing pistols
in every recess they saw--trampling down
bushes and sounding every hollow. Ber-
,nard waited until they left the vicinity be-
fore he bestowed any notice on his strange
and mute companion. The dog seemed to
comprehend the whole matter! When he
caught Bernard's eye he uttered a low
whine and wagged his tail returning the be-
wildered gaze of the soldier with one of in-
telligence-and real compassion. Fancy, if
yoikcan, that. man's condition at that crisis.
How he lived, is a marvel to me. .1 believe,
and so do all that know these facts, that The
dog saved his life. When his pursuers had
disappeared he wasenlirely unable to walk.
Uncovering the aperture and disposing his
limbs in the easiest position, he munched
his corn and groaned. The dog licked his
face and hands, and his wounded side.
".Surgeons," Bernard has since said.,
"never produced one half the relief in so
short a time, as the poor poodle."

The dog watched as intelligently as a hu-
man being, going forth on the look out, and
returningas-"autiousfy as the best instrcuted
scout. All that day-a day as long as E whole
year-thatsoldierscarcely moved in his cell.
'His sufferings were considerably increased
by the want of water., He chewed- the dry
leaves~within his reach, he laid his tongue
upon the cold stones; but in vain-nothing
alleviated his tortures. Another dreadful
night came. Still no hope-no inmprove,-
ment in his,srength. The, .appalling silence
that reigned around wa7 almost insupporta-_
ble. He pictured formal in the thick and
murky darkness -_savage faces leered upou
,him- devilish figures seemed -to exult in bi
misery. He looked' upon the dog, whose
eyes ihone like. fire 6and felt that he was not
quite alone... Towards midnight, as hejud& "
ged, he fell asleep-the slumber of exhaus-
tion., He awoke in the morning 'illith'
suni.bhining in upon his face,_ a d'4fCog
lying across him. The air wasexeqe'di-gy "
cool, apd thus was the animal of service in
imparting warmth, to, his b ody. ,Bernard
imagined he viewed his grave. I Horror
stricken by the idea he essayed to go forth
and succeed in getting out and standing up-
right. He tottered like a centennarian-.
his teeth chattered-his cheeks were sunken
--his fingers ,wpi:e,long and ,Vegre-biss
joints like thoseb~f a puppet; yet he crawl-
ed down the precipice. There wai no sign
of life about, aud he descended to the piaiO
where he ha& met the lancers. They had
left among other remnants of the first meal
they had enjoyed for a w eek,;a leathernicanw
,teen, and in tha he found about a gill of
water. And oh. holy impulse ofgratitude,
that he shared with his companion. Those,,
two--for may we not individualize the dog,
trudged .onward.; Shall I write further ?.--
Yes, a little fur.her.. Thait sick., larcerated,
almost dying.ran0 urged himself forward ar
least six miles. Hadt he not m~et an advan-,
fed guard passing Tii towards San Luis Po-
tes:, to learn the movements of Santa An'ta
he never would have: seen the face ofihis
countrymen again. Of that guard I;-,was
one, or Ishould not have heard Bernard's
story ; for hundreds of th-ese singular events'
occur without any but those immediately
acquainted with the actors ever learning the
particulars. -. .. ''
He was treated I need not say .t~i:j~it:;t
utmost attention, and carried to Salt~itl
where he wais placed in. the hospital., His
dog, t[ may as well inform you, has changed
his species and character and become a lion;
At, t his writing Bernard is {olerably Well'*
but 'crooked, one shoulder being higher than
the other and he coughs as if f'e of his
lungs had sustained, lasting .injuries. He


vows, never to part with his dog,-jand wears,
as a remembrancer of his sufferings and ad.,
ventures, the canteen which he picked up
from the eventful plain. :"
Such is war, or such are ..ts.f..uent ad-
juncts.


to carry though life as easy as a jack:ass can
carry a bushel of' co6rn and a nitgger to mill.
So mote it'be.
"[From, the"Sunday Mercury.]
GWIN BERNARD:
OR THE ESCAPED SOLDIER AND THE. DOG.
If I am mortilly 'hurt, and de'ath'isthei
speedy consequence of my wound, you will
know where to find me,' said Gwin Bernard,
of the Illinois Regiment, to Ezekiel Hart,
on the battle-field of Btiea'a "Vista. When
he spoke these words the battle was raging
fearfully, and the result could not be
thought .f With, w! ertainiY. A. spc't [ball
had struck him in the ribte on the i-ight side,
and fractured two 0f them'. The pain was
intense, and the. suffering man implored his
dearest friendly who was with him,,ao lead
'him to some spot where he could 'be sale
and inacti've a'few momentst, Hart had con-
ducted him to oneofthe ravines on the out-
skirts of the ground used for the con tdi
and there we find them. !
Water water I have nfofie, aind I am'
dryer than a powder horn,' groaned 'Ber-
nard.
My canteen is not only empty but rusty,'
replied his friend, 'and where to procure
anything to dampen it, is a mystery to me
just now.'
The god of war is sometimes generous to
a wounded votary, for just then a wounded
MWkxican, dismounted and injured, ran'past
them, tripped, and came tumbling into the
-ravine, his clumsy escopet discharging it-
self in the fall. The Mexican struck his
head severely in the'summerset, and began
to bleed from the mouth and nostrils-but
death staunched the flow of the life-fluid
almost immediately. Hart examined him,
and found a very old-fashioned, long-necked
bottle which contained a pint of cooling ,and
wholesome beverage. Having_ slaked 'bis
thirst, the wounded Illinoisan sent a tiles-
sage to his Colonel, ,solok hands with his
comrade, and concealed himself in a recess
masked by a rough peak of clay, and a few
sickly specimens of chapparel. Hart, a
noble and well educated individual as well
as his friend, who had entered the army
from motives of pure patriotism-again
promised to bring relief if he could, or to
search for Bernrd after the battle, if not
before, and again sought to take part in the
affray.
Poor Bernard was. not only to bear the
pain of his wound, but the fear of, detection:
and murder. He knew well his fate, should
any of the foe find him in;that'condition, a
blow with the breech of a musket, or with
a sword, or the cruel stab of a lance or bay-
onet. There, 'where he reclined upon the,
hard, uneven ground, he would be killed, if
discovered, as an insect is crushed under
the foot of the unconscious pedestrian.-
His body would perchance be left to feed!
the vultures, and his bones would "whiten
upon a hostile siil, not unwept, but shame-
fully dishonored. The tide of battle rolled
on. Ever and anon the concealed and suf-
fering soldier felt the ground shake under
the headless tread of advancing or retreating
battalions. The clatter of arms, the tramp
of horses, the report of the batteries and
small arms, the shrieks, curses, groans, me-
naces, and commands incidental to the vin-
dictive dram' th'6n be6lfry enacted, smote.
upon the ear of the 'sucker' (as an Illinois-
an is called) sharpened by his situation with
painful acuteness. Within three feet of
him lay the stark and bloody form, sorry
and hideous, of the doomed ma'n' whose
water he had drank; th'e half opened eyes!
glaring, even in the oblivion common'io all,
with a dull glow of hatred*: the bluish white
lips appearing to be framed into an implor-
ing expression, as if the man had intended
to ask fo'r mercy, and had dared to cherish
hope even in the last extremity. The fight
raged on Bernard at length attempted to-
get up, but he could not-every muscle was
stiffened. He had strength enough to lay
his bowie knife in a convenient position,
and to. draw forth and cock a revolving pis-
tol which was fortunately 'uo sn h'i person.
Several times amidst the din and carnage
that manifested themselves to his senes, he
fainted. Nature triumphpd over its foe,
and he as oftenf revived. Night came on.
The battle subsided. He heard the troops
ordered in, and listened as the tumult grad-
ually deepened into silence. The challenge
of the sentinels, an occasional roll o'f the
drum, a few boisterous words sometimes in
English, sometimes in Spanish, we're all the
sounds that indicated the presence of thou-
sands'of human beings, who had so recently
been engaged in cutting throats ; and soon
he heard nothing.. He had swooned for the
sixth or eighth time. He could not tell
how long he had lainuin this helpless state,,
but when he recovered his consciousness,
he found himself stripped of aill his clothing,
save his shoes, drawers and shirt. His arms
Were missing also, he lay in a strange
spot among a haeap of slain. His wound
had grow n numb, the chest had swollen to
an enormous extent, and respiration was ex-
tremely agonizing. Desperation nierved
him to the assumption of a task lie eontem-


templated with terror-that of picking his
way to camp. It was plain that he had
been found, dragged out and robbed, and
that the plunderers had fancied him dead
and so left' him. Call for help he dared
not. He struggled to his feet, but when he
tried to walk, a dizziness seized him, and
he staggered along utterly ignorant of the
direction he was taking. Delerium began
to accompany his fever. On he staggered,
as he supposed, in the direction of the
camp, making for a light which he imagined
was in one of the tents. After much diffi-
culty, and going at least three quarters of a
mile over all sorts of ground, he neared this
light. It ismed from a hut built of reeds,
mud and leaf, and evidently an out-house
or lepero's tenement, or at least that "of the
dependants of some plantation.
'If I do not go in I shall perish,' thought


!he. 'If I do, and I am killed, I shall only
escape a few hours of misery."
.: These reflections induced him to tap, at
;the door-a shackly and domestic cp0 icern,
made partly of platted cornstalk. Receiv-
ing no answer, and hearing no sound he
made bold to raise the wooden latch and
.enter. The sight which presented .itself tp
his eyes was touching. Op the ground was
stretched the body. of a Mexican, covered
up to the waist with a coarse sheet.;. An
humble light flickered at the head and foot,
and over the corpse knelt a woman, who
was fingering her beads, but from-w'ho se
-.mouth no audible woid escaped, although
the lips' were moving rapidly, and the swart
features were beautiful in their ruggedness
by an air of fervent devotion. .Bernard was
weak-scarcely ratio.nal-yet he too sank
upon his knees and tried 'to pray for the
welfare of the soul that had animated the
now worthless and earthly shape before him.
rae woman concluded her devotions with
loud supplication to the virgin for inter-
""cession, then noticed with surprise'Bernard
for'the first time. ,
Q 'Que queris ?' she inquired. ,He.judged
by her expression, that she asked him what
he wanted, and replied-having learned the
Spanish term-' Agua.1
Americane?' she asked,
'Si!' replied he, again attempting to speak
her language-' agua P' He tore open the
scanty covering and pointed to his wound.
The woman's eye flashed as she pointed to
the body, and waved him to begone. Her
gestures seemed to say. 'Your comrades
have murdered him, and yet you ask me for
aid, for which, as soon as you recover, you
will kill another 9f my countrymen !' Fully
appreciating her feelings he turned to go,
and had opened the door, when the wo-
man's heart melted, and she gently drew
him-back. Water was procured. He then.
signed for food. Sbe brought him a little
wallet filled with parched corn. It was evi-
dently the wallet which the'man, no'w dead,'.
had worn, for as she bungit Over his shoul-
der she wept bitterly. Washing his wound,
and binding it up as well as she was able, he
shook both her hands and departed. He
had paritially regained his strength, and was
determined to rejoin his regiment at all
hazards. The poor woman had again knelt
over the body,.and he could not summon
courage to disturblher in order 'to panto-:
mine uncertiain questions and answers as to!
which was tbe'direction he should take. A
tall staff leaned aga;nst.:the hut, and he ap-
propriated it to his own use and recommen-,
ced his journey. Convinced that he was
going in the rigpt direction, he walked on,
until he heard the hum of voices and the
bustle of a large body of men. Day ivas
beginning to break in the. eastern sky, and
the light ofjoy already dawned in his heart.
His trembling nerves were 'braced with'
hope, and a knowledge of his pains was par-
tially lost in the anticipation of succor. He
was certainly, he thought, near the camp.
T6e voices 'and fodtsteps, 4e heard came:
nearer! and as he ,listened eagerly for some
token of recognition, he heard-oh horror
and despair!-the Spanish language! He.
had gone in the wrong direction, and was
near the enemy's outposts, a few miles only
from Encarnacion, Th, confusion of his
mind again asserted its sway. He stood'on.
a plain which was only a quarter of a mile'
square, surrounded by the u ualleharacter-F
istics of Mexican scenery-,hills and ravines
-picturesque, to the, eye, iind that is all.
Tih'e instinct of self preservation led 13r-;
nard to conceaj .h inmself froM-thse who:
were approaching. The nearest available'
hiding place was a little streak ofchapparal,
behind which hp l y at full length, weak,
sick, and scarIcely ,daring.to breathe. The
party appeared-a troop of lancers, in good
condition, and, considering their defeat of
the, day before, in good spirits. They were;
about to pass him, Bernard imagined, and
once more a pale light of hope glimmered
before his mental vision. But'he was again
doomed to endure the pangs of fear a-nd the
terrors of an insecure position, fo'r th'e com-
mand halto,' was given, and the troops dis-
mounted. Th-e horses were taken to tle
'opposite side and secured, and the men'
squatting upon the grass--sine of them only
a few yards from the fugitive--began to dis-
cuss the proceeds of a night's forage.' No
one could tell the poor soldier's feelings
while he lay motionless, not withstanding
the pain that racked every fibre of his framee^,
and witnessed the movements of the troop.
He could see their eyes and fancied he
could feel their breath. He was hungry
yet he dared not munch the few: grains of
corn among which one of his hands was
buried. One thing he did do--he a hardy
soldier--he wept--and who shall blame him,
or denounce his Sacred tears as emblems of
cowardice? During the two hours he lay
here, a large poodle dog paid him several
visits, sniffing about him, but doing nothing
that could attract the attention of the
lancers.
Bernard in the bitterness of his heart cur-
sedjthe dog, and shivered with mortal agony
whenever the animal appeared. Seeing no


signs of their departure, and nerved by des-
peration and suffering to the highest pitch
of daring, BernaFd determined to crawl over
the hills on the left. Watching his oppor-
tunity, he chose a moment when they were
listening to some tale related by one of their
number, and commenced his reptile like
progress. He had nearly 4ccomplis'ked, his
object-escape was once more almost cer-
tain for the time being-when the eye of
the individual who was speaking rested on
him as he was backing off towards the wish-
ed for haven. The look was searching, the
result too certain, Bernard heard the
dreadful words that brought every lancer to
his feet, and saw the long finger of his dis-
coverer leveled at him. It seemed to trans-
pierce and impale him. What could he
do,? stay and be killed ? No! He seized his
staff; his shattered side was forgotten ; lie


BENJAMIN ELLISON. WILLIAM A. WOOD.
B. Ellison & Co., ,
COMMISSION. MERCHANTS,
j I AND DEALERS "IN
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE,
TIN WARE, BOOTS, SHOES, HAIT,
CAPS, CROCKERY, SHIP
CHANDLERY, ,&c.
24 W ater street; '
Jan 23 Apalachicola, Fa.


SHORT PATENT SERON.
BY Dow, JR.
The following will serve as a text to my
present discourse:
Rage is the shortest passion of our souls:
Like narrow brooks, that rise with sudden showers,
It swells in haste, and falls again as soon.
: My hearers-rage is certainly one of the
shortest passions that ever kicked up a fuss
in the interior of human nature; but, what
it lacks in length, it makes up in potency.
It is as powerful as sulpher and saltpetre.
-When the fires of rage, are blazing.in a
man's bQsom, the heart becomes a perfect
steam-boiler, and he a piece of machinery,
going at a dreadful rate, over which reason
has no moreconirol than the word 'whoa!'
over a locomotive upon a railroad.. He
stamps, straddles, and thrashes about-his
legs and arms working themselves latitudin-
ally, longitudinally, perpendicularly, and
horizontally, i4 the most admired insubor-
din'aion'-remnding one of a live lobster in
a scald. He snaps his eye's and inflates his
cheeks, like a toad in a tempest-bellows
like a& mad bull, and raves like a hurricane
entangled among a lot of old cedars. *But,
,all of a sudden, the fires get low-whih a
'ph-ew !' and a wh-ew !' he blows off the
.superflous steam-pipes thesappy exhuda-
tion fri'm his. gourd-shell-sits down as
calmly as an October sunset, and quietly
comes to the sage'concJlusion that, although
he has been making a fool of.lhimself, still ,
like a barrel of malt liquor, he is all the
clearer and better for the fermentation. As
_ebbs his rage, the softer thoughts flow in-
the clouds clear away-the sun of love
shines brightly out-the mental atmosphere
is mild, pleasant and pure; and he is as
composed as a goose-puddle after a thunder
shower-believing that an occasional fit of
rage is as .necessary to man as lightning,
volcanic eruptions and earthquakes are to
the well-being of that monstrous terraqueous
creature called Earth.
My friends-as short, however, as rage is,
it is awful to behold in some. You can see
revengeful thoughts rolling, prancing and
rushing in every feature-thouebts as daik
as a bucket of tar; nay, darker than a gar-
ret full of black cems at midnight. Scenes
of blood and slaughter rise dreadful in their
"souls-their swollen veins are ready to burst
with, the aquafortis of rathful indignation-
the fires of tophet gleam red through their
optical windows; and every moment they
seem ready to knock civilized society over
the fence into barbarism-throw All creation
out of gear-and make old Scratchfoot him-
self scamper off, like a kitten shot in the
rear with a bowl of hot soup. But rage
dosen't accomplish much, after all, consi-
deflti-g the bluster and, tornado-like fury
which accompany it. Perhaps you have
read or heard, my friends, how Lucifer once
got in a rage among the whole celestial
host, and threatened o "giVe'em beans. But
all he gained by it was 'an frretrie'vable~loss.
In his wrath and fury, he mi.ssed his foot-
hold and lost his balance upon the brow of
heaven, and slid upon his tail down to ever-
lasting perdition : the same as you will do,
my coveys, if you don't bridle your tempers
and keep a pretty taut rein upon the wild
'steed of passion.
My heamers-it js proverbial that rage
hath no bounds in slightest womankind. It
is the easiest thing in the world to pump a
woman into a moderate passion, and not
very difficult 'to excite hdrw,wildest rage.-
When she is about to uncork her big bottle
of highly-concentrated fury, Oye little chil-
dren, cockroaches, grown people, and bed-
bugs I warn you to flee from the wrath to
come As a dead calm prece6des a tempest,
so at first she stands perfectly dumb, wvith
an army of words rising in her throat and
pushing at her palate, causing spasmodic mo-
tions of the mouth, and making her look
like a hen endeavoring to swallow too large
a quantity of dough at a time. Yes, there
she stands, with back up and bristling, like
a cat upon the introduction of a strange
d.og-choking with rage,. and ready to ex-
plode. No'w it comes! iHailstones and
hurricanes !-ginger pop and 'soda water!-
wildcats and whirlwinds!-brickbats and
bombshells---panther screams and pig
squeals! Doesn't it storm some ? Stand
aside, all ye /living creatures, atnd let her
wrath d esce'nd upon the devoted head o~f a
bedpost, o'r som/e othe'r jnanimate object!
Don't go near her, nor attempt to oppose
her rage ; for you might as well try to smo-
ther the fires of Vesuvius with ai horse-
blanket, or dam up Ningara with old tobacco
quids. In a moment or so the terrible com-
motion will all be over--she will cease to
effervesce, and become ais mild as a pan of
milk. /?Then pat her" gently between the
shoulders--lightly stroke her hair, in a
'poor pussy!' sort of a way--tickle her ear
with a feather of flattery--apply what is
recalled 'the soft soap' plentifully, and get a
kiss if you can ; and--and there has been
nothing more than a tempest in a tea-pot,
after all.
M friends--flying into a passion for noth-
ing, or getting into a rage for anything, is a
ridiculous piece of business. It is true that


it don't last much longer than the foaming
6f p'ea"lash and cider; but while it exists,
it is enough to make humanity turn her
back in disgust. If you only knew what
pictures you present when the demons of
wrath and fury take possession, of your
hearts, I am sure you would try to keep
cool, if you had to sleep in a snow-bank.
At such times you look like-I don't know
how you do look-you look like, the devil
cornered by a Christian. But keep cool,
under all circumstances. If gnats sting,
musquitoes bite, flies molest, love's stream
is ruffled, hopes decline, pospelects are dark,
money is scarce, life's footpath is stony and
your toes are sore-don't get in a rage, but
ltake it all easy, and burthens that cause
others to fret ard foam, you will be enabled


E. J. Hardin,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
{g Office, No. 6 Columbus Buildings,
Jan 16 -Apalahiicola, Fa.


Roberts, Allen & Co., .
DEALERS IN HARDWARE AND .SHiIP
CHANDLERY, IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
SPIKES, AND CASTINGS,,
And Manufacturers of Tin, Iron, and Cop-
per Wares.
Dec 12 .Apalachicola, Fa.
WM. W. Sims. WM. W. CHEEVER.
Sims & Cheever,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Office No. 24 Water.are.eet- -
dec12 Apalachic6la, Fla.


W. T. WOOD. E. B. BALLOU.
Wood & Ballou,
COMMISSION MERCHANTSS,
Office No. 42 Water street.-Up stairs.
Jan 16 Apalachicola, Fa.
Thomas krestoii,
CO MISSION MERCHANT AND TOBACCO
INSPECTOR AND BROKER.
No. 28 Water st.-Office second back room.
Dec 26 Apalachicola, Fa.
II. & .J. I. HUH,
k'ACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 48 Water street,
Dec 12 -. APALACHICOLA, FA
Charles Rogers John Munn. Eugene W. Rogers.
Chas. RPogers & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Water street,


P. i. Nourse, 1. B. Stone, { ',V lirooks.
rNourse, Sltoaie A-, C).,
C0 M I S / Sf[ 0 N M E !,', i V -, ,
No..18"\V itcor "". i)e -' 1 "2 .-....' A "a :.. '.;. .,i l. .

S.1 ;-S 0X :u.i '' 0 >V A R'D I N G-
"[ E]-iU' iI A Y t'S,
No. ;3.Water street ,
ov'2t ,Apalachicola, Fla.


I


DXNIEL J. DAY.


TjSREI.A\i. DAY.


Apalachicola, Fa


dec 12


C. A. GREENS. C. H. CONNrERY.
Green & Connery,
C OMMI SS 1,0 N. MERCHANTS,
No. n6, Water street.
APALACHICOLk -FA.
Pelican Mutual Insurance Co. of New York.
CHAS. A. QREEN,-Agent.
Dec 5 No. 36 Water street.


John S. HuteliinS0oi,
AUJCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
No. 50 Water street.
Solicits patronage. APALACHICOLA, Fa.


Jas. V. Faxrior,
GENERAL RECEIVING, FORWARDING M
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 50 Water street.
Dec' 5 Apalachicola, Fla.


P. W. Culleni
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
Solicits a share of Public Patronage.
Oct 24 APALACHICOLA, FA.
'Cboke & Home,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 13, St. Charles Streel,
New-Orleans ,,
ANDREW S. COOKE. AMos HORN.
feb Sq.. .. .


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D. Danforth,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
AND GENERkAL AGENT,
EuFluLA', ALA. ;
: C,:i(.[:>n 'ought on ordde.
; Refers to
B. F. HOLDEN,, ) O. .
J. G. DUNLAP, )
Messsrs. WYLIR & MbKENziE,;7 Apalahicol..'
J H U' T C H' O J c o ,a .


^. i. M. Davis,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Offers his services to the public in either of the
aboV'e capacities.
fie will practice reg ulairly in Franklin', Cal-
houn and Jackson Circuit Courts-arid will, upon
a special retainer, act as Counsel, in any Court
of the Middle or Western Circuit. He will also,
argue cases in the Court of Appeals at Tallahas-
see; the session 'of- which, hle will always be
present at, unless prevented by accident.
Apalachicola, September 8, 1846.
A. G. Semmes,
.ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office, XVo. 2 Capt. Simmon's Building,
cor. of Centre#& Commerce streets.
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.


'- R. WODr.


.. 'od & CO.
'AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
No. 2 Columbus Building,
Oct.. 31. Apalachicola


J. C. Allen,
SWholesale and Retail Dealer in
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS,
GLASS, BR.US5HES, &c.,&c.
." Jl snerh.1 nv,)'):rS~ier of
OOKS, BLANKS, F- T 3A ) !'- ', &c ,c.
cor. of Chesnut & n, ine-miercr.' e t s,
Dee 4 )1p .C!ie: c-;1a, Fla.
'8.'. ?[,lvl e y
A.CT0OR 1 NH. V OO! MH).,VrS!ON M,{ERCHANT,
iN'o.>:.'*' V~ tr treet;
? Dec 5"' Aoalachicola, Fa.
Avery y: Ji'es,
GROCERS & GCOYLVUM.1ION MERCHANTS,
No. 43 Water street. ,
Dec 5. Apalachicola,. Fa.
Edward McCully,
COMMISSION MERCHANT AND DEALER
IN DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
No. 50 Water street.
Deer Apalachic6la, Fa.


The rose is sweetest when it first opens,
and the spikenard roots when the head dies,
Beauty belongs to yquth,,anid ,dies with.-it
but the, odor.of piety survives 'death, and
perfumes the tomb.
A gentleman sat down to.write a deed and
began with-" Know one womon by these
present." ,.
11 You are wrong," said a bystander, it
ought to be, know all men." ;,
Very well," answered the other, ',' (onei
wbimnau knows it, all men will of course."


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Sttaimllantcotts





THE ARMISTICE.
The undersigned, appointed respectively,
the first three-by Maj. Gen. Windfield Scott,
Commander-in-Chief of the Armies of the
United States, and the last two by his Ex-*
cellency D. Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna,
President of the Mexican Republic, and
Commander-in-Chief of its Armies, met
with full powers, which were duly verified
in the village of Tacubaya, on the 22d day
of August. 1847, to enter into an armisiice
for the purpose of giving the Mexican Gov-
ernment an opportunity of receiving propo-
sitions for peace, from the Commissioner
appointed by the President of the United
States, and now with the American Army.
when the following articles were agreed
upon -
ART. 1. Hostilities shall instantly and ab-
solutely cease between the Armies of the
United States of America and the United
Mexican States within 30 leagues of the
Capital of the latter States, to allow time to
the Commissioner appointed by the United
States and the Commissioner to be appoint-
ed by the Mexican Republic to negotiate.
,2. This armistice shall continue as long as
the Commissioners or the two Governments
may be engaged on negotiations, or until
the Commander of either of thesaid Armies
shal) give formal notice to the olherof the
cessation ofthe armistic, and for forty-eight
hours after such notice.
3 In the meantime neither Army shall,
within 30 leagues of the city of Mexico,
commence any new fortification or military
work of offence or defence, or do anything
to enlarge or strengthen any existing work
or fortification of that character within the
said limits.
4. Neither Army shall be reinforced with-
in the same. Any reinforcements in troops
or munitions of war, other than subsistence,
now, approaching either Army, shall be
stopped at the distance of 28 leagues from
the city of Mexico.
5. Neither Army, nor any detachments
from them, shall edvance beyond the line
it at present occupies.
5. Neither army, nor any detachment or
individual of either, shall pass the neutral
limits established by the last article, ex-
cept under flag of truce bearing the corres-
pondence between the two Armies, oron the
business authorized by the next article; and
individuals of either Army wlio may chance
to straggle within the neutral limits, shall,
by the opposite party, be kindly warmed off,
or sent back to their own Armies under flags
of* truce.
7. The Amercan Army shall not by
violence obstruct the passage, from the
open country into the city of Mexico, of the
ordinary supplies of food necessary to the
consumption of the inhabitants or the Mex-
ican Army within the city ; nor shall the
Mexican authorities, civil or military, do
any z>ctto obstruct the passage of supplies
from the city or the country, needed by the
American Army.
8. All American prisoners of war remain-
ing on the hands of the Mexican Army, and
not heretofore exchanged, shall immediate-
ly, or as soon as practicable, be restored to
the American Army, against a like number,
having regard to rank, of Mexican prisoners
captured by the American Army.
9. All American citizens who were estab-
lished in the city of Mexico prior to the ex-
isting war, and who have since been expel-


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COMMERCIAL AOVERTISER.


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in


Monday, had been compelled to leave the
County, and accordingly took passage in
the boat for Baltimore. Some idea mnay be
formed of the excitement pervading the
county on this subject, when we itform the
reader that one of the Magistrates of the
county went on the Bench on Monday last
armed with a pair of Revolvers and a Bow-
ie Knife.--[Norfolk Beacon, Sept. 4.


FOR PRESIDENT,

ZACHARY TAYLOR.


_I__


[Correspondence of the Baltimore A merican.J
GREAT FAILURE IN NEW YORK.
NEW YORK, Sept. 9, 1847.
There was much gloom to-day among busi-
nese men, caused by the failure of Messrs.
Prime, Ward S; Co For what amount is
not known, nor is it thought that they them-
selves know.
It is said they were offered $500,000, if
they would agree to go on; but that they
declined it. The statements which came
out by the late steamer caused a run upon
the house by depositors and creditors to
such an extent as to induce them to stop at
oNce.
The failure of such a house necessarily'
created considerable panic in Wall-street.
The New York Express of Thursday
afternoon says-
The stoppa.ige of the extensive firm of
Prime, Ward & Co. has, very naturally,
become a general subject of conversation
in Wall street. We are happy to say, how-
ever, that the firm of John Ward & Co.
will not be affected by the same, although
Mr. Ward is partner in both firms. The
firm of John Ward & Co. will be dissolved,
by the withdrawal of Mr. Ward, and all
their engagements be fulfilled. A new firm
will be established, composed of the other
members of the house, who will go on with
the business.
None of the bills of Prime, Ward & Co.
have yet come back, but it is anticipated
that they will be returned by the next stea-
mer. It is also believed that the stoppage
will not bring down any other house.
CIRCULAR.
NEW YORK, Sept. 9, 1847.
We regret to inform you that, owing to
the recent failure of some of our cbrres-
pondents in Europe, on whom we h-ive a
large amount of bills running, we feel it in-
cumbent upon us both from a sense of duty
and as an act of prudence to suspend our
payments. Very respectfully yours,
(Signed) PRIME, WARD & Co.
A New York letter in the Philadelphia
Inquirer says-
-There is considerable excitement in
Wall street ta-day, caused by the suspen-
sion of the firm of Prime, Ward & Co.. one
of our oldest Wall street houses. It is sup-
posed it was caused by the failure of Giles,
Son & Co., of England, extensive corn
merchants. The proximate cause their
suspension was this: They were employ-
ed by Jacob Little to purchase seven thou-
sand shares of Norwick Stock, and they
found themselves unable to make good the
money.
They frankly said they were unable to do
so. and gave the name of their principal.-
In one hour Mr. Little succeeded in rais-
ing three hundred thousand dollars, the
whole amount nf the Stock, but the excite-
ment it occasioned him was more than his
system could stand, for as soon as he had
met the obligation+ he fainted. In the course
of the afternoon, Messrs. Prime, Ward &
Co., issued their circular announcing the
suspension.
Another New York letter in the Philadel-
phia American says-
The all engrossing topic of the d-ay in
Wall street, has been the suspension of the
house of Prime. Ward & Co. This impor-
tant house has been obliged,hby (lie stop-
page of several corn houses in London, to
suspend payrnents as a matter of prudence.
Their liabilities are between one and two
millions of dollars. Their assets must be
large, as several of the painers are wealthy,
and they have a large amount of produce in
Englamd. Tie head of the house, Mr.
John Ward, is also of the house of John
Ward & Co., which will go on, weakened,
of course, to the extent of Mr. Ward's in-
terest m-n it, which is involved i1 the fale of
thlt other hioure.
It is not supposed that the house cab in
,my evetnt pay less than 75 cents on the dol-
lar, and should Giles, Son & Co., and Al-
exander & Co., pay what they assert thev
can, Prime, Ward & Co., will undoubtedly
pay everything and exhibit ;a large, surplus.
M-ssrs. Barings are prohaibly the largest
creditors, ;is thecy ha~ve protested a large
amount of P., WV. & Co's bi!ls+.
+= Thie fatlure hirs produced naturally a great
deal of excitement in (lhe inoniedl circles.--
The great fall in Norvich, yest-"rdayv-, II per
cent,, may be traced ultimately to thi. stop-
page.

The following remarks with regard to the
growing Crop of Cotton in llhe South-
Western Slates are from the New Orleans
Prices Curren ofthie 1st inst.
">Befo~re closing our remarks under this
head it may be expected of us to mak1e
some allusion to the p,'obable supply fo~r the
coming season. This we have evertdeenmed
an extremely delicale matter to touch upon,
as it involves interests of vast impo~crtance.
andi is wrapt in so much uncertainly at this
early period of.the season that an indnil-


gence in anything like a positive estimate
would be an Utlpardonable presumption.-
Nevertheless we may be permitted, to speak
of present prospects, so far as regards the
region of country tributary to this market ;
and these we are happy to sltye, would seem
to indicate a more favourable result than
was attained last year. It is true that the
crop is late, generally; and in many sections
complailnt is made of damage by rust, and
the ravage of the bollworm, which are con-
sequences of the excessive rains in June and
July. and to which we have frequently al-
hided in our usual market reports. But
within the past few weeks the weather (with
the exception of the last few days, when
rains have again been rather frequent) has
been highly auspicious for the matnring of
the crops;,aud should a long and favorable
picking season ensue it may reasonably be
expected that something like an average
yield may besecured; though it is confident-
r ly asserted that, what with the backward-
ness of the plant, the damage by rust, boll-
worm, &e., under no future circumstances
I can a full crop be made; and even the pre-
sent comparatively favorable prospects would
be blighted to a serious extent by an early
frost. ]i addition to this, and as a further
modification of the comparatively encourag-
ing prospects alluded to above, we are sorry
to remark that within ihe last day or two well
authenticated accounts have been received
from the interior, declaring in positive terms
r that the real caterpillar or army' worm--the
same species that caused such destruction
to the crorp last year-has made its appear-


ance in several sections of Lotisiana
Mississippi, producing much alarm amongst
the planters. It is hoped, however, that
the lateness of its appearance -% which is not
so early by nearly one month as last year-
will enable the plant to make such progress,
before the worms, by successive reprodue-
tjons become very numerous, as will protect .
the planters from the sweeping destructions+'
which blighted their hopes last year. It -
cannot be disguised, however, that muche
apprehension prevails ; and the progress of
the next few weeks will be watched with
intense interest.
The first two bales of the new crop came
to hand on the 91h August ; being two days
later than the first. receipts last year; and,
total receipts of the new growth up'lo thii
(late are 1089 bales, against 140 bales to;
same date last year, 6846 in 1845 and 5720
in 1844. "The quality of that received thus
far promises well for the character of the
crop; being generatly of good staple, and
m`ost|y ranging from Middling Fair to Good
Fair."


led from that city, shall be, allowed to return
to their respective business or families there-
in, without delay or molestation.
10. The. better to enable the belligerent
Armies to execute these articles, and to
favor the great object of peace, it is further
agreed between the parties, that any courier
with despatches that eiter Army shall desire
to send along the line roes the city of Mex-
ico or its vicinity, to and from Vera Cruz,
shall receive a safe conduct from the.Com-
mander of the opposing Army.
11. The administration of justice between
Mexicans, according to the General and
State Constitutions' and laws, by the local
authorities'of thq towns and places occupied
by the American forces, shall not be ob-
structed in any manner.
12. Persons and property shall be respect-
ed in the towns and places occupied by the
American forces. No person shall be mo-
lested in "the exercise of his profession ; nor
shall the services of any one be requireJ
without his consent. In all cases where
services are voluntarily rendered, a just price
shall be paid, and trade remain unmolested.
13. Those wounded prisoner who may
desire to remove to some nlore convenient
place for the purpose of being cured of their
wounds, shall be allowed to do so without
molestation, the-y .till- remaining prisoners.
14., Those Mexie.i'medical officers who
may wish to attend the wounded shall have
the privilege of doing so, if theyservices be
required. i
15. For the more perfect execution of
this agreement, two Commis-Aoners shall be
appointed, one by each party,- who, in case
Qdi.asreemenv, shall appoint a thrid.
: This convention shall have no force
preel'ecl inlN approved by their Excellen-
cies. the Comin;inders, respectively, ofthe
two Armies, within twenty-four honrs,
reckoning from the 6th hour of the 23d day
of Angust, 1846.
JoHN A. Q IITMAN, Maj. Gen. U. S. A.
PERSIFO F. SMITH. Bvt. Brig.-Gen.
FRANKLIN PIERCE, Brig.-Gen. U. S. A.
IGNACIO DE MORA Y VILLAMIL;
BENITO QUIJANO.
A true copy of the original:
G. W. LAY, U. S. A.,
Military Secretary to the General-in-Chief.
A MEXICAN ACCOUNT OF THE BATTLE.
An evening edition of the New Orleans
National, gives the following particulars of
the battles from the Sun of Anahuac, of the
30th ult. :
"Two letters were received this morning
dated Mexico, Aug. 23, 1847. These let-
ters are from the best source and cannot be
doubted. They are from Mexicans of high
respectability at the Capital and addressed to
commercial houses here. They say that
Gen. Scott attacked El Pinon-took it, went
around through Guadaloupe where Valen-
cia was in command of 6000 men, (this was
on the 21st) attacked him and took a great
number of prisoners, but the night coming
the fire ceased on both sides and Gen. Scott
surrounded Valencia's troops. The next
morning they were again vigorously attack-
ed and completely routed, leaving 4000, be-
tween dead, wounded and prisoners.
Valencia had received the order on the
21st to retreat on the capital, but he would
not obey it, and fought until his command
was Peearly all cut down as we have already
said,
While he was retreating in disorder, say
the letters, Gen. Peres was on his m;irrh
with 8,000 men to reinforce him- but on
seeing tihe disorder in which Valencia's for-
ces were retreating, they themselves retreat-
ed in great confusion, leaving a great num-
ber of (lead, wounded and prisoners.
A proposition was then raiade to General
Scott to grant an armislice of thirtv four
hours, which he refused. Gen. Mor y
Villamil was then sent out to make a new
proposition, the result of which was not
known.
It is reported also that Santa Anna. was
.opposed to the plan of operations which
were put in practice by the Mexican troops,
but that tihe plan had been offered byesa-
redes who was with Valencia during the
engagement,
"All letters agre in saying that all was
confusion in the capital.
"Tbe letters to which we refer say that
some persons elevated the loss of the Mex-
icans to FOURTEEN THOUSAND, but
that it was very difficult to say exactly the
number.
"These letters are from Mexicans and
therefore we can be certain that they would
not say anyhting to their disadvantage, if the
were not certain of their being true.
"It is reported that the loss of Gen. Scott
is very small in comparison to that of the
enemy."
THE COTTON CRoP.--The prospect of
the planter in thisseetion of the Slate grows
more gloomy as the season advances, and
leaves but little or no doubt, that the crop
will be a shorter one than the last. We


have just returned from an excursion of
some fifty miles into the country, and are
satisfied that the section through which we
passed will fall short of realizing half a crop.
The continued heavy rains during the last
two weeks have almost entirely destroyed
that portion which had and was maturing-
wherever the cotton had fnlly opened, the
seed has sprouted in the boll and destroyed
ihe simple, and where the boll had opened
sufficiently to admit the water, it imimedi-
ately rotted and became entirely worthless.
This is the case with all the cotton that has
or was about to mature-composing nearly
half the crop, as this is the season of the
, year for the ripening of the holls-aud but
1 very little has been gathered up to this
time.
The weather has now become settled, and
we hope will continue so for some time-in
which event there will probably be about
half a crop gathered in this section of the
country. Some idea may be formed of the
effects of the-rain upon the cotton when we
state that the corn standing in the fields has
sprouted on the stalk, and much of it ruined
in consequence.--[ Eufaula Shiell.
FRACAS.-We learn that a fight occurred
at Drummond Town, Accomac County, on
Monday last, between Ju~dge Bayly, mem-
her of Congress, and Mr. Finney, Dne of the
, Representatives of the County, growing ont
s of-the late division of the M. E. Church, in
which Mr. F. was shot in the thigh by the
Judge. The excitement is said to be in-
tense, so much so, that the Judge, who it is
- said was imprisoned in the Jail a part of


)P rather Accounts of tMe Battles. been thrown across a ravine intervening be-
The following graphic and interestingac- tween the one they passed up, and under
t h ae s, h e on the brow of the slope which Col. Riley
count of the late battles, has been condenscame down, from that position poured in a
ed from the account of the correspondent fire which swept in front of Col. Riley's
of the New Orleans Delia. It appears by column, then inclining towards their left
the statements of this writer that the pro- joined in the attack, of the troops outside
of the left flank of the fort. Gen. Cadwal-
position for an armistice did not come from ader followed the route taken by Col. Riley,
Gen. Scott, but from the city of Mexico, and as soon as his troops were formed moved
which-may be regarded as a Cavorable indi- on to hissupport. The first brigade, which
cation, though bad it-beev otherwise we was bringing up the rear, had been ordered
should have drawn no unfavorable conclu- to follow the same route, but while it was
l aon its march by the right flank up the ravine
stuns from that fact. ;" and nearly opposite the fort, Gen. Smith or-
On the 17th the head 'of Gen. Worth's dered the brigade to face to the left and ad-
column arrived at San Augustine, the ene- vance in line to attack the enemy's force in
.my showing himself in great numbers, but flank-this movement was executed in less'
during'the attack dhn the-18ih the column time than it takes me to write it-they met
moved in the direction of San Antonrio. the enemy outside of the fort just as Col.
Capt. Thornton, of the Dragoons, in pro- Riley's brigade rushed into it-the enemy
tecting the Engineers in their reconnoisance was completely routed and commenced a
of the fortifications of S:;n Antonio, was precipitate retreat-their cavalry and infan-
killed on the i8Ltb. About 2 o'clock a hea. try had been formed to receive the charge
vy rain came o-n which completely drenched but were compelled to give way to the bayo-
the troops and sileyed for the day [he action net-the rout was most complete and the
of both armies. During the night of the victory most decided ; but while Riley's bri-
18th Gen. Worth's division, with a part of gade took possession of the work, and plant-
the 1st Bri,.zaile occupied the hacienda of ed their colors upon it, the other force con-
San Juan de Dios. tinued the pursuit down the road. The re-
'"On the 19th, .Gen, Twiggs; came up treatina-force had to pass near where Gen.
wirhtheadvance,GGen. Stith's light brigade Shields' brigade was placed to intercept
aq,1,an,'in_ on the-lefi, and Col. Riley's to them. They, however, were not aware of
"ihe right, supported by Cadwalinder's how- it until they received the well directed fire
itzers, which belonged to the division of ofthe South Carolina regiment, which mow-
'Gen. Pillow. The enemy opened his heavy ed them down like grass before the scythe."
b:tteiei from Contreres, and the advancing The rout and dispersion were n+ow com-
troops of Gen. Smith's brigade engaged plete. In the fort, were captured 22 pieces
the enemy's infantry. Trhee two brigades ofartillety, an immense amount of i(in,-
for more than one hour sustained the fire of lions of war, an(d upwards of 1500 prisomners.
22 pieces of artillery, mostly of heavy cali- among whom were several officers (- Itgih
bre. They were finally compelled to retire, rank. The enemy left dead upon the field
after sustaining a severe loss in killedd and upwards of 700, which we buried ; but his.
wounded. Gen.-Pillow had ordered Gen. loss, says our correspondent, was much
-Pierce's brigade to the suppprt of Col. Ri- larger, as the XMexicans were still burying
ley. At this stage of the proceedings, while the dead two days after the battle. The
the battle was raging, the enemy appeared troops of the fort were commanded by Va-
,on the left of the fort of Contreres, and in lencia, and those outside by Santa Anna.-
*rear of the village of Ensaldo, with a force The two 6-pounders of Washington's bat-
of '12,000 men, under the immediate corn- tery, taken on the field of Buena Vista by
*maend of Santa Anna. the Mexicans, were recaptured in this
The 15th Infantry, under Col. Morgan, fort."
wasthen ordered by Gen. Pillow to the sup- "The enemy were pursued to San An-
,port of Smith's and Riley's Brigades.--,'gel, he endeaved to make a stand at every
About this time Gen. Scott came upon the point-they were finally compelled to take
'ground, bringing with him Gen. Shield's, refuge in Chumbasco. At San Angle Gen.
'brigade of volunteers, which was immedi- Pillow assumed the command; and when
:stely ordered to the support of the forces the troops arrived at Culican, shortly after,
,under Gen. Cadwallader. Gen. Twiggs, as Gen., Scott assumed the command of the
night approached, finding it impossible, from whole. The position now occupied by the
the nature of the ground, to reach his com- enemy (Chumbasco) was a very strong one,
rnand, fell back to the position occupied by and it being the last stand the enemy could
Gen. Scott, and passed ihe night exposed make in detence of the capital, he fought
to .the inclemency of'the weather. MceGru,- -with desperation for more than two hours,
der's and the howitzer battery being disabled before the works were carried. Our loss at
and ourleft advancing on a road previously this point was over 1000 men. Seven
prepared by the enemny, thereby exposing pieces of artillery and two stand of colors
our infantry to a destructive fire as they ap- were captured; Gen. Rincon, with 104 offi-
proached. McGruder's and the howitzer cers, and upwards of 1100 non-commission-
batteries were ordered by Gen. Smith to ed officers and privates, surrendered as pri-
open, to attract the attention pf the enemy, so-ners of war. The Mexican loss in this
while, he made a movement to the right to engagement is said to be 5000 in killed and
try one of the enemy's flanks, After pass- wounded, and out of a force of 30,000 men,
ing over the broken and' irregular surface there were but 6000 men left, toe balance
of ground, and crossing the deep ravines, being killed, wounded, prisoners, or totally
1xe succeeded in reaching the village of dispersed."


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APALACHIOOLA, SATURDAY, SEPT. 25, 1847.


(-- The following gentlemen are authorized
Agents for the COMMERCIAL ADVERTISED, and will
receive and receipt for subscriptions, or advertise-
ments:-
WM. W. CHEBvEi, Esq., Albany, Ga.
Major'3ACH HARDMAN, Eufaula, Ala.


THE COTTON CROiP.-A- hoe Or a nY
thing like an average cotton crop inD ti
portion of Alabama- or indeed any region'
from which we have accounts-may be con."
sidered at an end. The long continued,"
deluging rains, the boll worm and the rust,;
place the possibility of the. crop t1a;i tit alli
superior to the last, out of the question, hn.
less we should have a late fall. We learn
that in some instances the seed in newly
opened bolls have sprouted, making a dou-
ble process of vegetation in the same plant ;
while immense numbers of growth bolls are
rotting from (lie excessive moisture.
The planier's prospect is most dispiriting
and we are heartily sorry for it. The irade
of our cily too, would suffer, if it were not
for the extension of the Railir-dd, from
which we may calculate safely; ah Increase
of receipts here, over lasg seasoii, of 5,000
to 12.000 bags.
Since the above %as wril'en we find the'
following in the Wilcox Banner.
The cotton crop in this section of coun-
try, though injured considerably by the boll
worm, will be far superior to what it was
last year. This is the opinion, at least, of
several prominent farmers. Last year the
caterpillar commenced its ravages here about
the first of August; it may be found now
in some farms, though it has not as yet
effected much injury, and it il believed thai
commencing so late in th6 season, it cannot
materially shorten thecrop. The boll worm
is the only insect which has materially in-
jured the crop, and its ravages are not so'
enormous as that of the caterpillar of last
year.--[M1mtgomery (Ala.) Journdl.

FINANCIAL MATTERS IN ENGLAND.-
The Washington Correspondent of the
Baltimore Sun remarks upon the intelli-
gence of the Cambria-:
"The news from Europe is raienr non- .-;
favorable. The money &rMsif im England .:i
is far greater Than even the London 'lTimes.'^.
dares to avow. It is now for the first lime '
realized. even in England. thait a nnty-al,.++
debt is no blessing; and thai in |iroporlio "-
as other securiiieA (private railroad slicki)-^
will afford the same safety of investirrew,
with i larger interest, the bondsof the go-
vernmeni, with their redInced (repudialed)-
inlerest, must suffer (epreviation." The'e
British government is now fairly at war with
ihe corporations; we sh;ill see whi,.h of hie .-
two is the strongest. My opinion is, con-
sols will not for ,years to) coie h he againi
quoted at 96; ahd the Sidney Smiihs, and
Viscount Palitirrstons will have to ni-rn from
the contemHplation of Pennsylvania fives,
to their own disconsolate ,onsols. Thh,
British national dehi, (he, otrio thing nal-
tional in England-all ille v vern tr-,nt pro-."
perly betonging to the Queen.) according
to MrCulloch's last work on taxat'ii)n, is-
ablout X800.000.000 or $4,000,000,M)0. A
loss of ten per cent. on governmntnt securi-
ties would thus indicate a diminution nf pro-
perty to the amount of about ,*00,000,000.'

WEALTH O-F -ARVARD)'oL]iE.E.-The
bequests made to ithis Inisitiiiion are enor,-
mous. In the animal report of he overseers'
of that ]nstiitition, we notice not less than;
nineteen beqerws, which average more than,
$20.000 eac-hi. Th-e avaihile funds of t[le
College, given for ,opecific-purposeys, the in-
terest of, which oDnt1, is nsed: exceedFsix hwnu.
dredl thousand dorfars The Law Depart-,
ment fias funds exceeding $40.000, and&the,
Theological School more than $80:000!'
This opulence is the -esitit of indivii-ual;
liberality of citizens of Massachusettsi'.'`
[New Hiaven Herald.-

WHAT 'WE9 ARE To BE.-The wonder--
ful progress of this country in population
anrd wealth, has exciINJ the astonishment of'
the worhl. Trhe friends of free institutions'
everywhere havewaiched this progress with,
admtiratioti, and have adduced the success
.which has attended. our experiment, as a,
triumphant illustration of lhe'capability-of -.-
the people for self government. ?-
But wonderful as lhas been our progress:
in the past+ the fnuure promises still more-
astounding developments. The following,
table is taken from thie Westtninister Re--
view. If in forty years, the. population of"
lhlis enuntry is destined to reach ihe vast ag-,
gregnte of one hundred andi thirty seven.
millions of sonls, what tremendous respon-
sibilities rest upon our rulers! A country
with such a destiny, shonhd be govern,,d hy:
.wise meo, whose policy will' lead Io the,
speedy development of its hinhleu resources,.
and to the early construction aind irmprove-
ment of every required commercial facility.+
;The population of America was slated, or perhaps+,
was supposed lo be, in 1770, 5,000,000
fA ceiiaus was officially taken for the first
lime in 1790, -3,929.328
. .Agatn in 1800, "' 5,309,758
1810, 7,239,903
1820, -- 9,138,666
1830, .. 12,868,670
"Of which the whites.were, 10,630.044
blacks 2,009,90(>
free colored 319,576
In 1840. a census was again taken, and the


numbers were 17,000,000. A calculation
may be made from this without enumerat-
r ing the odd numbers beyond the millions,
and supposings that the increment will con-
tinue at the same rate as it has occurred in
I the past, the following result 'will arise :'
There %%will be in 1850 24,083,333
.1860 -o 34,118,050
1870 48,275,059
"4 1880 .68,202,185
1890 96,919,363
1906 136,10g,570


BLACLWOOD'S MAGAZINE.
The August number of the above publi-
cation came safely to hand-a perusal of its
articles afforded us much gratification.
SOUTHERN LITERARY MESSENGER.
The September number of this able peri-
odical reached, us as usual, promptly after
its publication. The articles are unusually
interesting. Among other matter, is Judge
Tucker's address to the students of William
aind Mary College. t
SOUTHERN CULTIVATOR.
We publish to-day a letter from the Hon.
CHARLES DOUGHERTT, in relation to the
procuring support for the above paper, and
.we heartily commend both the letter and
its object to the consideration of the plan-
ters of Florida.
FLORIDA WHIG.
The first number of the above paper
reached us by the last mail. It is published
in Marianna, Fa., by B. G. LIDDON & Co.,
and Edited by Trios. B. ALEXANDER, Esq.
We congratulate our fellow-citizens of the
West on the possession of a public journal
in their midst. The counties of Washing-
ton, Walton and Jackson needed a paper.
and we have uo doubt but that the ,Whig"
will come up to their wants and expecta-
tions in all things. Our city friends would
do well to advertise in the Whig," as it
will have an extensive circulation among
those who trade to Apalachicola.
PENSACOLA "LIVE OAK."
We regret to learn that the heath of Mr.
CURRIER is such as to compel him to aban-
don the conduct of the above paper. We
trust he may recover and resume his edito-
rial functions.

1ION. 11. II. WILDE.
The New Orleans papers bring us the
melancholy intelligence that the gifted
Georgian, whose name heads this para-
graph, has fallen a victim to llie pestilence
which now desolates the Crescent City.-
The Poet, the Jurist, and the Statesman,
has been cut off in the midst of his bright
and useful career. Multitudes will mourn
his untimely decease. His memory will
ever be cherished by his admiring country-
men. A mighty one has fallen in Israel."

FLORIDA 'COMPANIES.
We learn that the two Companies com-
sanded by Captains Kelly and Livingston
have been ordered to Vera Cruz, and will
shortly embark from Pensacola. Captain
Kelly has been assigned to the command
of the joint force. May success attend
them. From the material of which the
Companies are formed, an, from the known
character of the gallant spirits by which
they are officered, we confidently expect
that they will achieve honor and renown for
themselves and the State.

The steamer Notion, Capt. McAllister
reached our wharf on Thursday evening
last, being the first arrival of the season
from Columbus.

QUARANTINE.
We submit to the City authorities the
question of the propriety of instituting an
examination into the -health of those who
arrive at this port from places where malig-
nant epidemics prevail. An ounce of pre-
ventoin may avert a visitation from a des-
troying pestilence.
THE EPIDEMIC.--The number of persons
who have fallen victims to yellow fever dur-
ing the seven days ending Saturday morning
at 9 o'clock, was 402; there were 427 car-
ried oiffthe previous week. The total
numberof intermneats in the city for the
saime period is 544 ; Ihe previous week, 53.3.
In tlhe above are not counted those from
this cilv who have been interred at Lafay-
ette. The Charity Hospital, during tlhe
week ending Saturday evening, exhibits the
number of admissions 350, and 100 deaths
from yellow f'ever; there were 445 admis-
sions and 128 deaths the previous week. In
Lafayette there were i15 mnterments of yel-
low (ever for the week, against 111 the pre-
vious week.--[^. O. Times, 13ih inst.

\k SMALL BUSINfESS.--A New York paper
says that while Gen. Tom Thumb was ex.
hibiting at Hartford, last week, he offered
$500 reward for a child as short as himself


who could walk. Mrs. Foley, a woman of
that city, thereupon presented her little
daughter one year old, and one inch less
than the General ; yet she could walk alone.
The reward was therefore fairly won ; but
the man of small dimensions creeped outi
of a small hole, and said he offered the
amount for a child of such a description,
and refused to pay it unless the mother
would give him the infant,. This of course
she would not do.


'-Ensaikl,. Gven, Smith being the ranking-
";officer, 'Gen. Cadwalia'der reported to him
'iwi'oh four regiments of Gen. Pillow's divi-
sion. CoL. Riley's brigade had crossed the
ravine, and passed towards Contreres, after
a strong body of the enemy, which he drove
off. The enemy was now drawn up into
line, above the village, on the right of the
'fort. This was a strong position for the
,enemy.
"1Gen. Smith now onrdlered Gen. Cadwal-
eader's force to be drawn upon the outer
,edge of the village' facing the enemy's
heavy force on the left of the fort. Afier
making the proper disposition of his forces,,
Gen. Smith now determined to attack the
+enemy's.right, with Col. Riley on his left.
Gen. Cadwvalader on the right of the for-'
mer,- -retuxned in echelon, but before the
movemnent.t c+uld be completed night ap-
preoached--the enemy's line could not be
seen-therefore the order war counter-
mnandedjGen. Cadwalader resuming his po-
4 sition on theoiiouter,side of the village. Col.
i'iley's Brigade was formed in a long hane
inside and parallel to the village, the Rifles
,)n his left, and the 3d Infantry on ,the
,hurcbyard. 'But now,' says our corres-
,ondent, 'imagine the position of this por-
ion of the army, nurnberingW.3500, at the
outside without artillery or cavalry, while
he enemy*in front and on the lett had 19,-
;)00 troops, (those in the front said to be the
best ip Mexico,) with 22 pieces of artillery,
and among his troops about 7000 cavalry. It
was evident that some decisive action had
to be, taken; that some greateffort had to be
made ; and Gen. Smith and Col. Riley, se-
conded as they were, just the men corn-
petent to the task, and an attack on the main
work was determined upon, and the move-
ment to take place at 3 o'clockof the follow-
ing morning.'
"The force of Gen: Smith was not
strong-enoughto carry the enemy's works,
and at the sane time to hold possession of
the village: but fortune favors the brave;
for while he was preparing tor the attack,
Gen. Shields reported his near approach
with the South Carolina and New York
Volunteers. Gen. Shields, though out-
ranking Gen/Smith, had too much magnan-
imity to assume the command, or to pluck
the bright laurels aboutto be gathered by a
brother soldier in carrying one of the ene-
my's strongholds, and accordingly he moved
subject to the command of Gen. Smith.--
Gen. Shields' brigade was then placed in
the village of Ensaldo, to cut off the ene-
myts retreat from Confreres, or to take the
reserve of the enemy in flank, if he should
,change his fronrf.
"1At 3 o'clock on the morning of the 20th
Alhe movement commenced, which was so
-slow that daybreak appeared before the head
,.ef Cadwalader's brigade commenced as-
icenuing the ravine at the village. As soon
as Col.. Riley ascended the-hill and came in
full view of the enemy, they opened a
severe fire oi Riley's forces. ...
Our correspondent then continues-
Col. Riley threw out his two advance di-
visions as skirmishers and said, Now boys
give them hel--close it with them, and let
the bayonet do its work,' and his command
rushed down the slope with a yeil and en-
thusiasm enough to strike terror to the
heart of the boldest, while the rear of his
command moved steadily forward, as if they
were all made of one piece. The Sappers
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We are desired to say that WILLIAM
VALLEAU, Esq. wishes to be considered as a
candidate, before the People for re-election, as
Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Franklin County,:
August 21.


NOTICE.
PERSONS having business with the subscri-
bers duringrtheir absence f,'om the city, will
please to applyto Mr. Charles A. Green.
July 12 J. DAY & CO.


Lamp Oil.
WTINTER strained, a splendid article, for sale
by [jan30] J C ALLEN.


TO THE VOTERS OF FRANKLIN

COUNTY.
In offering myself to you as a candidate
for the senate, at the approaching.election,
circumstances of recent occurrence among
its would se-,em to argue some explanation
on my part.
The most of yon are aware that a meeting
of the Democratic party of this county was
called on Saiurday evening last, for the pur-
pose of nominating candidates for the alp-
proaching election. On that evening an as-
semblage of persons of both political parties,
as well as individuals precluded from voting
in our State, met at the place designated.
A chairman and secretary were appointed,
but without adopting any rule to govern its
proceedings, the meeting at once proceeded
to nominate and ballot for candidates:! the
persons present were indiscriminately called
on to deposit their tickets in a hat, and
though but few responded to this invitation,
all,J without distinction, who chose, whether
Phigs, Democrats, Citizens or Foreigners,
exercised without objection this privilege.
And for aught that is, or could be, known id
T i ry;---r~rrc-tlfft OrfC bnl,+ll '-oro de -
posited in the hat by the same. person for
the same candidate. As might have been
expected, the entire proceedings of, this
meeting wa's one scene of disorder, distur-
bance and irregularity. As it commenced
so it ended, and its conclusion was worthy
of its commencement. I have no desire to
comment upon the scenes enacted before
us on that night-those who were the prom-
inent actors imust share the responsibility
among themselves. I am glad to have it in
my power to slay that I believe the Demo-
cratic partly does, and at the ballot box will,
discountenance the actors in some of the
comic representations with which we were
favored on the occasion. It is well known
that a large number of Democrats, who
were present, an,] among the rest myself,
not recognizing the assembly as a Demo-
cratic meeting, refused to participate or have
anything to do with its proceedings, not at
tile time unnlerstanding that it was intended
by the few operators to render ridiculous
the whole affair, became disgusted and re-
turned home long before the closing nomi-
nation, with which the curtain dropped, and
alt things was declared ready for the contest
on the 1st Monday in October. And it is a
fact worthy of re'mark, that although there
were at least seventy Democrats present, yet
at no nomination were more than thirty-nine
slips of paper found in the hat, some of
which being blank, and of that number it is
well known a lkirge portion were put there
by Whiigs, and other persons not entitled to
a vote at the elections. As an evidence that
ihis last inference is not mere conjecture, a
Whig candidate for one of the county offi-
ces was n:)med and voted for, and actually
came within four votes of being nominated !,
These facts speak for themselves, and are
conclusive that the Democratic partly was
not properly represented by this meeting ;
and believing so at the lione, I objected
(though solicited) to have my name brought
before the meeting for nomination. I am
among the last to object to a regular nomi-
nation by my party, or throw any obstacle
ir the way of its nominee, but when I see
a few interested individuals stoop to such
means as was resorted to, to force upon tile
party a candidate, or candidates, that is
known to he objectionable to a majority tof
the Democrats iu thiecounty, I feel no re-
luctanc.e itn protesting against it.
It is for these reasons, fellow-citizens,
that 1 have offered myself as a candidate
for your suffra,es, and in conclusion may
add, if e'.ected, will be [ound at my post,
ready to discharge tlhe duties of the orifice
to the best of my abilities.
A. T. BENNETT.
Apalaehicola, 21st Sept., 1847.
P. S. It may be proper here to state that
it is believed the officers of the meeting
held on Saturday evening, did their duties
as well as it was possible to govern such an
assemblage, and are acquitted of all parti-
cipation in the disorder and confusion allud-
ed to,


The above notice was penned for publi-
cation in the Franklin Patriot, of the 21st
inst., but was not allowed to appear in that
print by the Committee of Publication-the
reasons for such refusal was, no doubt, sat-
isfactory to a majority of the Committee,
believing, no doubt, as many has before
them, that the truth is not always best to be
told.


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THE SAVANNAH GE6VO!GIA-I
IN announcing the fact that the undersigned'
have associated themselves together in the Edito',
rial Department of" THE SAVANNAH GEOR.,
GIAN," we take this occasion to say to the pat',
rons of that paper, and to the public generally,,-
that arrangements have already been made for its'
material improvement in outward appearancej-
and that no pains will be spared to elevate and
sustain its character as a commercial paper, and'
to fill its columns with interesting and profitable
matter. We feel most sensibly that to render the(
Savannah Georgian such a paper as the growing
interests and population of our State and City re-
quire, q diversity of labor must be expended.
upon it; such we are determined to furnish.-
We shall strive to make its columns plea "_g t6'
all readers; and while our him=le supbirt" shall"
be given to the great principles upon which the"
Democratic party has planted itself, believing
these principles to be essential to the perpetuity"
of our national freedom and the advancement of
our national welfare, we shall studiously avoid-'
all rude collisions with views and opinions an-;"
tagonistic to our own. To render our paper the
firm but dispassionate exponent of democratic-,
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the interior, to strengthen the ties which bind!
our beloved S.ate and City together, and to'
secure that oneness of sympathy and tieel-.
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find our labors amply repaid,
To enable us to continue .our present conner:-.
tion, however, and to do all that We e would wish'
to do inf the way of improving The Georgian,'I
we must look for an increased support from the"
public; such we fibw solicit and confidently ex-
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HENRY R. JACK-SON.
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M- The proprietors of newspapers who will,
publish 4his advertisement six months, and send..
a paper to our office weekly, will bte paid for the
advertisement by purchasing six times theamo "ntm
of advertising bill in Type.
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I


Bull's and Sand's
SARSAPARILLA, just received, for sale by
June 12 H. F. ABELL. '
Coffee.
100 BAGS RIO, for sale by
-10 May 15 J, DAY & CO.-
C"REAM TARTAR and Tamarinds, just re--
ceived and for sale by .
April 17- H. F. A1E5.%


80- We are authorized to say to the voters ot
Franklin County, that JAMES F. FARRIOR
will serve them "in the House of Representatives
of the next General Assembly, if elected.
August 21.


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MONEY! MONEY!! which were shipped in its crude state-the
.; Wlie't awounderful dust i,, kicked up in largest portion being distilled in the State.
this stirring world of ours, by a I'ittle shin- The estimated value to the makers is over
; ,-ing dust or its representatives, figured pa- $1,700,000 annually. About 4000 or 5000
,: per. ,The magic power tlhat-sets every good laborers are engaged in making it. There
: or bad in motion, is money. From the lit- are now in operation about 150 mills, valued
S lie urchin who cries for his first copper to at $225,000. This number of s81lls, to have
spend;irsugar plutns, to a Rothschild with steady work, would require 600,000 hbls.
;; 'S70.(Nro,000, tnoney, is the all absorbing annually--more than is now made-which
-; subject. To acquire it, men will stick at is an indication that. the distilling business
+nothing. Jn their eager race in its putstiit, is overdone.
sleep and food are dispensed with, labor and
:.fatigue are endured, honor and principle are DEATH OF THE 1-1oN. R. H. W1MDE.---
th' Lhrown aside, obligation and frierndship are is with deep regret (saystire N. 0. Bulletin)
{ trampled under foot, health and reputation, we announce the death, from the prevailing
are sacrificed, personal libery' and life are epidemic, of rhe Hon. R. H. Wilde. Mr.
placed at hazard, thefts, robberies and miir-
dersare perpetrated, and the-dearest interests Wilde was formerly a distinguished mere-
of the soul are disregarded. Morality, religion ber of Congress, from Georgia, hut for the
and happiness are f"anly kicked out of doors, last few years has been a resident of New
aDiie eye and ear ate closed to every thing ar.
but tney, m ey,Orleans and a leading member of the
These things are so common among us He was universally respected and beloved
S"tha ,weAtalke but little notice of them. In- in this city, where his death has produced
- sted "ofbeing idle speculators, are looking a profound sensation in the community, and
on with surprise, we join in the rabble, and w b received with great regret through-
run for the filthy lucre' as fast as the fas'.-
est. If the regular-built loafer is too lazy out the country at large&asi by reputation
to run, he will stand all day long, and look he was rnost favorably kn6on and esteemed
into the broker's window, with itching fin- throughout the whole Union.
giser and strained eyes at the sight of the ,
S yellow hioys spread out before him. Marriage either gets rid of your devils by
But what would-mn-i-nhabitant of some the presence of an angel-or else it supplies
other planet think,ift he were permittedl+o their plaee withtone-whrse nai c
come near enough to see what is going on ,, t Southern Cultivator.]
ia oi-rwmundane system.' Ignorant himself [ 0,000 Sutheriaer.]
of the use, or rather the abuse of what we 25 to 50,000 Subscribers!!!
, call monoy, it would sorely puzzled him to ANO IHR. PROPOSITION!
ascertain what all this stir and bustle was The Publishers feel especial pleasure in
; about'? Little would he -think that no giving place to the following eonimmunication
higher object, and no more .valuable trea- and proposition of the Honorable Chgrles
sure than 'Isordid pelf,' produced such a Douherly, of Athens. It addresses itgerf
powerful commotion as that which racks to every planter and friend of Agriculture
;and sways the great mass of human kind.- in the several Slates of South Carolina,
Little could he account for the overwhelm- Florida, Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi;
:ingr passion for gain which money produces Louisiana. Arkansas, Texas and Georgia.
'in its eagervotaries, and little could he see Certainly, in tall these States, there is siiffi-
in the thing itselfto repay its possessors. for cient pride and energy and interest in the
.the sleepless hours the broken constitution, c'ause of Southern Agriculture to furnish
the lost characters, the ruined families, the FIFTY THOUSAND subscribers to the
oeeati of iearsand rivers of blood with whivh "only paper within their limits devoted exclu-
it has been secured! If the laws which siveli to that noble cause. What say our
. goverhim would permit it, he would weep fripnol,; are they ready to rally around the
at humiatl folly and hasten from a St cne -OUTHERN CULTIVATOR." and make -n
where sdotrifling a thiug could command erlort worirhy of themselves and the n,,ble
+ such sacrifices. .*;ms<. to sustain the work ? If so, now's
Who can be indifferent to money Who ih time-now's the hour! Let them en-
can pass crel!ssly hy a ,piece ol'iS(! l Iviog roll their names on the list. Let no man
. at his feet The sight of it would rmake stand aloof in this efrort--ach and all can
III,! posse'ssor of millions get down front) his do soinethinq!* But to the proposition :
carriage to pick it up-- he pl'il'osopiher who Tip the Propiietors o/" the Southern Cultivator.
affecis to dispise the world woild stop in his -' Ati-Efs, 30th August, 1847.
,o~s~pro[oun rte,i..-i-the piesi would GFNTLMFN:--I have noticed wtih great soli-
check ]Ins most ,-],,,,.. ,,,ditat uns, to see r(,ude your efforts to make tlie SOUTHERN CX1-
it s81e in his pocket--tte mourner w th "TIVATOR worthy of the pride and patronage of
soletn ..'-l|i f allowing his dearest earthly Southern Farners. Pernit me to saV tial V(,u
fripoi ii. i s laist restingg pl.i e, would wipe have done your pai't. It now remains tobe seen
the tears t110. his eyes, to see more clearly whether the Farmers will do theirs
how the.glittering tl,'., canbe brought be- 'the indifference, manifested by Southern Far-
,-e,.n Ill, -,6.1- 0 fnd the utinu iude of iners, towards yiur publication, has always sur-
p)ev .>,>, %%11,411 be er. likely to make a praised me. Our Northern brethren understand
e ,t~ .,,,I ~vy~i ey e a this thing better. They know the power of peri-
-' 6i.sh t -.re :,,-...)ulhlget the first-posses- odical journals and newspaperpublications, in
'^-S *;ioi S h-h s ,ii n, -d such is the power promoting any causes, and theyencourae and
uf' mniey. li in I' well be 'said, The love sustain them. They know the influence ol Ag-
oflInounev Is -Ih, root of all evil." ricultural Societies, and they form and keep
> And lal li.,i,-il these 'things may seem Ihern up.
strange to a 'mtind that stops long enough iin Other trades, professions and vocations, seize
-ts tace borimi6ey fo think of the folly there- with avidity, all legitimate means for promoting
/ +T, still thefthing, has its use, and an honest and sectring their interests and prosperity. They
afj cq.i si ,tn of moheyiandseri nho nst call on the arts and sciences, and demand that
acqs n .o money, and a righteous use tr power and principles shall be appropriated
theredf' wiil s(,t.Ke the wise purposes of" hu- to advance the cause of each. The arts and sci-
im.,, hlappmine-. and the tlory of Godi who e!ee qhave obeved the summons, and have
gie us richly all things to enjoy, wrought wonders'in behalf of each.
,I.)iey ,n,y bo a Serva.lt, but riot a master Food and raime'nt constimute the two great
I-- ,tkealls, hut not ;i'ri enfl- .ll1 instrument 'vanis )I*' tnrin. For th [ later, the arts and sci-
to promote wise and benevolent objects, but r-"nc-s have (done all that should be required.-
nor :i delty to worship. At. no man, un- Ffr the Farmner; they have-done comparatively
,& ii'e strongest .,,>,,,.v temptation, should things. Cheni.-try has cdecked the articles of
e r a o w h s c in h e s l h t hith i n a l l t h e h u e s o f t h e r a i n b o w ; a n d t h e
mechanic, calling to his aid thescience of math-
froim lhe |)rinciples of honesty, the dictates natiosi has increased their production fiorn ten
of conscience, or the laws of God. .,o re hundred Vold;
The Agriculturist seems to be awakening from
ESSAY o.N "WOMAN.--A woman is a very his 1,ng sleep, and is now disposed to avail him-
nice ;i, conmplicaied inachine. Her springs sa'f of the aids ol' art and science. He can do
re infinlitely (lelic te, ani (diff.r frorn those -o I i3 nn wav nonre efectunlly than by supporting
Sol'a rtian, prctv nearly ars the w r:,s of a re- :*ond J,';r) al,.; !evofed to his eanse.
peatl m o w o Litt i.urover -ents made by yon must brink
I gt d . w-tch (Ia) frotn .... .. of-i nv c o -k i ; \ i o'laon e. A a nnthprn


POLT OF APALACHICOLA..... ..Sept. 25.


AKHIVED.
Stea'rEufaula;M'Naughton, fm Chattahoochee.
Steamer Notion, McAllister, frn Columbus.


PASSENGERS.
Per steamer Eu'auia-Wm A McKenzie; lady
and serv't, Rev B 11 Banks, Mr tHolyman.
Per steamer Notioi--Col Hez R. Wood and
famitl.y Capt E, W Rogers, Mr Curry.
Per steanier Eufaula--Mrs Turner and child,
Capt 8 Sutton, E M1Clly, Jos S May, M Scoft,
Win H Bassett, Jos G lHutd.
RECEIPTS FROM THE INTERIOR.
Per steamer Eufaula-1 bale cotton to Wylie &
McKenzie; 1. bx mdz to J Steverrson & Co
Per steamer Notion-6 bales cott-on to Harper&
Holmes; 1 bx indz to P W Cullen; 2000 1bs supr
flour to order.
Per steamer Eufaula-36 bxs tobacco to Wm G
Porter & Co; 1 do to T Preston; 1 d-o to DG
Kaney; 2500 feet lumber to S Hogue; 7 sacks corn
S Sutton; I lot pumpkins to PLaprade; I lot skins
to T Hutchinson.


STATE OF FLORIDA.
...- Calhovujqx %n. C .y,
E NOW YE; that it is hereby ordered, that
.Luke Lott; Executor on the Estate ot Mary
Thomas, late of said county, deceased, is hereby
authorised to sell the following Real Estate of
the said deceased:-
N E I of section 22, the S E of section 22,
the S W j of section 14, the S E of section 26,
the N E I of section 14, all of Township 1, Range
8, North and West ; and the S E I of section 25
in Township 2, of Range 8, North and West.
The above Lands to be sold for the benefit of
the legatees, and creditors, of said deceased.
Given under my hand and private seal, there
being no seat of office, this 6th day of September,
A. D., 1847.
THOSE. L. TYRES, [L. S ]
Judge of Probate for Calhoun County.
The above Lands will be sold at the house of
James, Nails, on Monday the fifteenth day of No-
vember next. Terms of sale, one-third cash, the
balance in one and two years. Persons wishing
to buy Lands in Florida, will do well to embrace
this opportunity, as the above Lands comprise
some of as good, if not the best, in the State, and
most suitably adapted to the cultivation of Sea
Island Cotton, and Spanish or Segar Tobacco.
LUKE LOTT,
Executor of Mary Thomas, dec'd. '
Calhoun County, Sept. 6, 1847. 37-2m


',.',,; tn'rw lr high obligation to aid in uqs-
' .. r i lm 'dible enterprise. 'o do this, I
..'* ,.;', ,i,.-( to be one of fivp hundred or one
i hoianto, ,,r anY numberwho will gncrantee from
T'rw?-TY-IFIVK to FIFTY SUBSCRIBERS each.
!f this qnbj ct is brought before the Farmers
if th( South in the right way, they will sustain
vour paper A few individuals in each Southern
State can secure their attention to this subject.
With my best wishes for your sutcceezs, I am
vours most respectfully, C,. DOTTGHERTY.


Calhoun Circuit Court.
Israel Moses, )Petition for Foreclosure of
vs. t Mortgage on a Negro Male
Ebenezer Hoyt. Slave Daniel.
E BENEZER HOYT, William G. M. Davis,
and all persons interested in the Equity of
Redemption of a certain negro male slave Daniel,
mortgaged by Ebenezer Hoyt to John W. Babcock
on the 7th day of February, 18-16, to secure to the
said Babcock, or his assigns, the principal sum
of $321 44, with interest from date at 8 per cent
per annum, will take notice that thre said mort-
gage Ihas been assigned for valuable consideration
to plaintifl-and the time limited for the payment
of said sum of $321 44i and the interest thereon,
having expired, plaintiff' has filed his petition for
foreclosure in the Circuit Court of Calhoun coun-
ty,'and will apply for foreclosure of the same at
the December term of said Court next ensuing.
R. J. MOSES, *Art'y for PI'ff.
September 23, 1S47. 37-3m


U, S. MIAIL FR01It
Chattahoochee to Fort Gaines,
QON and after the first day of
^ ^ ^ JULY next, thid Line will be
r^ S^ runr tegllarty in TWO-.HORSE
STAGES. The undersigned, having tNhe on-
tract to tarry the Mait on this'!route, intends to
give every facility to TraVetlers who may wish to
take this ront,, by Columbus, Ga.; North.
Good Stagas, the best of teams; and obliging
drivers; wilt always be provided; and in IS ord,
every pains will be taken to give satisfactibn,;(es-
pecially during the season of high water,) to
those who may choose this route North.
The Stage will leave Chattahoochee every
TUESDAY and FRIDAY, at 6 A. M.; arrive
at Fort Gaines next day, by 12 M. Leave Fort
Gaines every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY,
at 1 P. M. ; arrive at Cqattahoochee next days,
by 8 P. M.
Persons travelling from Columbus; Ga., via
Fort Gaines, Blakely, Chattahoochee, Quincy, to
Tallahassee,'will find this the imst expeditious
route.
T. D. WILSON, Proprietor.
Qiincy, June 26, 1847. aug1431-1m


"SET 'EMI UP."
Athenaenm Bowling Saloon.
T HE subscriber bpgs leave to announce to his
friends and the public generally, that he has
becomesole proprietorof the above establishment,
and hopes by proper management and strict at-
tention, to merit a continuance of the patronage
heretofore so liberally bestowed upon the House.
All persons indebted to the above establish-
ment, will confer a favor by settling with the sub-
scriber. JOHN B. JONES.
Apalachi'cola, April 9, 1847. 13-If


Lou k at [(-r Ioldy- Io'w :,reliactfely lorm',-dl
E xam ine hier .,- \ii i anI l,'II.Ii'
O( serve lipr uttderstandina, how Wu+)i ,i ,. i
acute 1 Composed of' iats, so !11j10 !t i
themselves, ;ind so woider{'ii!ly confliin')d,
that they must be s;'c, n by a rit'ioseop':,;
-'eve t1 be cle,,rly uoI( |reh wled. The per
<;eplion of a wom)i1rui is as quick as lightning.
Hftr penetration is Intuitiod, I had almost
said instinct. 'By a lance of her eye, she
shall h'av a 't ;j ii and deep conclusion. Ask"
her how sli luormed it Shie cannot answer
the question, as the perception of a woman
Ts surprisingly quick, so her soul and ima-
gination is amnazingly suscepihble. Few of'
thenn have culture enoutth to write, but
when they do, how anirriaded their descrip-
tions. Buit if few women write, they all
talk, and e-very man mrlay judge of them in
this point, from every circle, in which lie
goes. Spirit in conversation depends en-
tirely on Ifancy, and women all over the
world,'talk better than men. Have they a
chirtn:ler to portray, or a figure to des-
cribe They ive but three traits of'one or
the other, and] the character is known, or the
figures placed before your eyes Why ?
From the susceptibiliiies of their imagina-
tion, their fancies receive lively impressions
from those principal traits, and. they paint
Ahose impressions, with tlie vivacity with
which they receive them. Get a woman of'
fancy warm in conversation, she will pro-
duce a hundreds charming images, among
which there shall not be one indelicate or
coarse. W'irin a man on the same subjeel,
lie shall possibly find stronger allusions, but
they shall.neiiher be so brilliant nor so
chaste.

If the young man forgets his God, the
old one will seldom find him in age: if in the
t pride and finish of* health, we omit to call- on
A the'name of Him .from who we possess tihe
",igor of life; in the hour 0f sickness, w hat


Twenty Dollars Reward.
XS WILL be paid for the apprehension
and delivery of a NEGRO MAN named
LEvi, who ran away from Macon,on Sun-
-lday the llth inst. Levi is a dark mulatto,
stout and well built, will weight about 180 lbs.,
a little bow legged, speaks slow and long with a
strong voice, had on when he left a Satinet round
.coat, and checkered pants of country homespun.
I expect he will make for Columbus, as he lately
lived there. Some suspicion exists that Levi
was decoyed or assisted off"by some white person;
and if so, $100 will be paid for the villain, and
proof sufficient to convict him.
H. L. COOK, Agent.
Macon, July 20, 1847. aug21 32-4f


WALTON CIRCUIT COURT.
In Chancery.
Cornelius Grantham, )
vs. Petition for Divorce.
Fatha Grantham. )
T appearing to the satisfaction of the Court,
by affidavit made in this case, that the de-
lendant, Fatha Grantham, resides beyond the
jurisdiction of the State of Florida : It is ordered
that the said Fatha Grantham do appear and an-
swer th,? said petition within three months after
the publication of this order, or the said petition
will be taken for confessed; and it is further or-
dered that this order be published in some n'ews-
paper in the Western Circuit of this State for the
space of three months.
GEgG. S. HAWKINS, Judge W. D.
Uchee Anna, Aug. 21, 1847. 32-3m


SANS SOUCI HOTEL.
T HE subscribers respectfully inform their
friends, and the public geerieally, that they
have opened the above establishment, and ate
now ready to receive b'oarderi, and hope throttgh
proper attention to receive a share of patronage.
The Bar vill be well furnished with choice"
Wines, Liquors and Segars'; and' the Restaurant
will be well supplied with Game, Ffsh and Oys-
ters, of the best quality in season.
JAMES GIBSON & CO.
June 22, 8147-
N. B.-Gentlemen Who wish tot refreshfefitfs
in their rooms can be accomodated at short
notice.
DR. L. FEUCHTWANGER'S
Rat, House & Cockroach Poisont.
T H[S very efficacious remedy for extermina-
ting immediately, if a proper application be
made, of all of the above framed annoyances. His
Flea and Mosquito Poison has attained a very ex-
tenrsive celebrity for its invariable destructive pro-
perties to that order of insects. For sale by
August 14 J. C. ALLEN, DruggIst.


To the Voters of Franklin.
Having been solicited by many of the citizens
of this County, to become a candidate before the
People for the office of Senator, in the next Gen-
eral Assembly, and beinz willing to serve in that
capacity, I now present myself before you for
election to that post, if you shall see fit to bestow
it upon me.
Having oftentimes expressed my decided cotn-
viction that caucuses and conventions are con-
trary to the true spirit of our institutions, it is
not surpri-ing that I have preferred to come before
you as a candidate in the old Republican fashion,
such as was used in the early days of our govern-
ment.
I hold it to be the privilege of every freeman
to become a candidate for the_ suffrages of his
fellow-citizens. If the People desire my election,
I shall know it by the result of the canvass-if'
they elect me their desire to Make use of my
services will thereby be manifested more certainly
than by means of an election brought about by
the influence and management of a caucus. If I
do rot receive a majority of the votes polled, I
shall learn that the will of the People has not
seconded my wishes, and I. shall bow in quiet
submission to your decision.
W0 G. M. DAVIS.
Augu-;t 21.
'*r' We are authorized to announce Mr. BEN-
J-A.AIN LUCAS as a candidate for Tax-Assessor
-,rf Col,,lctor for Franklin County, at, the elec-
tion in October next. Sept. 11, 1847.


State of Florida,
FRANKLIN COUNTY.
TO all persons having demands against the es-
tate of Nathan Seymour, late of said county,
deceased, notice is hereby given that 1 have ta-
ken from the Honorable Court of Probates of said
county, Letters Testamentary upon the same, and
that all claims will be barred if not presented
within two years after the date of this advertise-
ment. MILTON N. SCOTT.
Apalachicola, July 24, f847. 28-2m


Extract Sarsaparilla.
BULL'S & SANDS', tor sate by the dozen or
single bottle, by
July 17 J. C ALLEN.


0 HHDS St. Croix Sugar;
10} 20 do New Orleans Sugar, to arrive;
100 sacks Rio Coflee; 50 do Java;
140 bxs Aromatic Tobacco;
50 Mnift'd do. Brown's and Labbyis;
0-20 Sperm Candles; 50 bxs brown Soap;
100 bags Shot ; 50 kegs Powder;
2000 lhS Lead ; 4 casks Linseed Oil;
200 kegs White Lead, No. 1, Extra and Pure.
For sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO.
Dec 5 41 Water street.


Panacea.
HOUCK and SWAIM'S Panacea just received
and for sale by
June 12 H. F. ABELL.


APALACHICOLA, Aug. 24,1847.
Fellow- Citizens of Franklin County:


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


Lamp Oil
F the best quality, for summer use, for sale
by [july17] J. C. ALLEN.


In reply to the public call made (in the Com-
mercial Advertiser of the 21st instant) by Many
Citizens-that they are desirous of using my name
as a candidate for the State Senate at the ensuing
election-I have to say frankly to them, and to
all citizens of Franklin, that if such is the spon-
taineous desire of the voters and citizens of the
county, they are at liberty to use my name for
that purpose. And if, at the October election,
it should be the will of the majority of the voters
that I should serve them in that capacity, I shall
undoubtedly teel that I am highly honored, and
feel too, un'ter a deep sense of obligation to serve
faithfully the interests of the people of this coun-
ty and of the State to the best of my humble
abilities. I am, with all due respect,
Your obedient,
THOMAS ORMAN.


comfort can we have in a)pproachin his
divide. majesty ? And if in the fur! eijny-
rnent of every species of worldly prtispriiy.
we neglect to pause in 1he midst )If our eu
,J,,yment to acknowledge the giver of all
godil gifts, with wh;tt heart ctn we in the
hour of adversity fly for protection to divide
goodness. A

TURPENTINE.-Thie. N. Carolina New-,
bernian furnishes sotie statistics it relai'r n
to the manufacture of turpentine in North
Carolina. The number of barrels of tur-
pentine annually made in the State is esti-
mated at 890,000, not tmore than. 200,000 of


i


PERSONS having business with the under-
signed during his absence from the State, will
please apply to Anson Hancock, Esq.
WM. SYDNEY GREEN.
July 26, 1841. 29-4t


PERSONS having business with the undersign-
ed, will please call on Mr. WM. S. DAM-
EREL, as I shall be absent for a short time to a
distant part of the state.
July 17. FRANCIS KOPMAN.


.0- \Ve are authorized to announce Mr. JOHN
LUCAS as a candidate for the office of Sheriff
for Franklin County, at the election in October


Trusses,
INGLE and double, for sale by
July 17 J. C. ALLEN.


Sept. 11, 1847.


next.


Congress Water.
N pints and quarts, just received for sale by
June 12 H. F. ABELL.











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Recall Nottirs.


,;- OR IA ELIXIR.


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VM69H ARRIVAL; OF---7--
Drugs, M*dicines, Pains 4,4t
Dye-Stuffs, Perfumery, ,&.
f THE undersigned returns his thanks
to his friends and the public for their
liberal patronage, and begs to inform
that he is now receiving, an addition-
al supply, which adder&s his former
stock, renders his assortment unuqual]r large
and complete. English, French, ermktNd
American- Drugs; Cosmetics; Perfumery; Glass
and Druggists Glass ware, &c., &c., are offered
to Physicians, Country Merchants and others on
the most liberal terms-all of which he warrants
pare and unadulterated. H B
H. F. ABELL,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
45 Water street.
Apalachicola, Nov. 21, 1846.
Drugs and Medicines.
^ ^ THE subscriber has, and will
constantly haive, on'hand, a complete'
assortment of DRUGS ard IM7l .
CINES, which he will warranre e
and of the best quality. Country
Merchants and Planters will find rt
to their advanfage'to'call, examine and price his
Goods, before purchasing elsewhere.
N. B. Physician's prescriptions put up wi(t
"care affd accuracy at any hour of the day or night
: arch1 -, J. C. ALLEN,
..March 21 ,'Cr. Centre and C6mmerce sts,.


Bagging acd HRope.
](nnf PCS Kentucky Bagging;
100 100 coils Rope; i
4 bales Bagging Twine, for sale by
WM. G PORTER & CO.
Dec 5 41 Water street.


I


-t.


THE SAVANNAH GEORGIAN.
IN announcing the fact that the undersigned
have associated themselves together in the Edito-
rial Department of1"THE SAVANNAH GEOR-
GIAN," we take. this occasion to say to the pat-
rons tl' that paper, and to the public generally,
that arrangements have already been made for its
material, improvement in outward appearance,
and that no pains will be spared to elevate and
sustain its character as a commercial paper, and
to .fill its columns with interesting and profitable
matter. We feel most sensibly that to render the
Savannah Georgian such a paper as the growing
interests and population of our State and" City re-
quire, a diversity of labor must be expended
upon it; such we are determined to furnish.-
We shall strive to make its columns pleasing to
all readers, and while our humble support shall
be given to the great principles upon which the
Democratic party has planted itself, believing
'these principles to be essential-to- the perpetuity
of our national freedom and the advancement oft
our national welfare, we 'shall studiously avoid
all rude collisions with views and opinions an-
'tagonistic .to our own. -Torender our paper the
firm but 'dispassionate exponent of democratic
pri'ycipl, 'the dalm yet unflinching advocate of
Southern institutions, the vehicle ft amusing and
instructive thought upon all proper subjects,
,whether of science, literature, or general infbr-
'mation,-in -a word, to make it a welcome visitor
uat once to the merchant and the mechanic, the
-student and the-farmer, shall be our constant en-
,deavor; and, if, in addition to this, we shall
'-be enabled by extending our circulation through
"the interior, to strengthen the ties which bind
our beloved S.ate and City together, and. to
,-secure that oneness of sympathy and feel-
,.ing so essential to the p ,,,'uiT'ril v t- ._.th-r- no hall
'find our labors amply repaid.
To enable us to continue our present connec-
tion, however, and to do -all that we would wish
to do in the way of improving 1, The Georgian,"
we must look for an increased support from the
*public,; such we now solicit and -c.:'nfi.mntly -ex-
.pect. W-t. H. BULLOC'H,
HENRY R. JACKSON.
TERMS-.,
THE DAILY GEORGIAN is published in
,'Savannah at TEN DOLLARS.PER ANNUM, pay-
,able semi-annually, in advance; or, SIX DOL-
tARS FOR Six MONTHS.
THE TR[-WEEKLY GEORGIAN, fir the
'Country, is published to meet 'the arrangement
,of the mails, three times a week, (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday,) at the Office of the
DAILY GEORGIAN, and contains all the intel-
ligence, Commercial, Political and Miscella-
neous, including new Advertisements published
in the Daily Paper.
THIS PAPER is sent to all parts of the State
,-and Union, or delivered in the city, at FIVE
DOLLARS per annum; or, at THREE DOL-
*LARS for six months.
THE .WEEKLY -GEORGIAN, is published
every Friday afternoon, at TITHRIEE DOLLARS
per annum-all payable in advance.
August 14, 1847.'
'NEW ORLEALN FS TYPE, FOUNDRY
AND
Printers' Furnishini"g Warehouse.
-,Xo. 17 Canal street Row.
TmHE undersigned beg leave to announce to
._ Pubhishers and Printers, that they have es-
tablished a complete and extensive TYPE FOUN-
DRY in this city. The Book Letter of this
Foundry was cut to order by workmen of long
.experience, and, as no expense was spared to
,obtain the handsomest faces and to perfect it in
,every respect-, we will venture to say it will be
found as handsome, if not the handsomest in the
United States. We have also a very handsome
,assortment of Flowets and Job Letter of .the la-
'test style, 'to which we would-call the attention
of Printers before purchasing elsewhere. All
.articles manufactured by us shall be of a mate-
ial equal, if not superior, to any manufactured
-at the North; and as we shall sell Type at New
York prices, we trust to meet with encourage-
ment.
We are now prepared to manufacture BRASS
'RULE and TYPE of any magnitude, with prompt-
*ness. We would also particularly call the at-
tention of Printers to our LEADS, having an en-
'tire new set of moulds, by which we are enabled
to furnish a perfect article. We are also Agents
-for the sale of the Napier, Washington, and
Smith Presses, which together with Chases,
Cases, Composing Sticks, Furniture, Ink, and
*eveiy other article required in the Printing busi-
'bess, will be kept on hand, and furnished at
manufacturer's prices.
Editors and Printers Wishing to eatablish a
Newspaper or Job Printing Office will be fur-
nished with an estimate in detail for the same,
by stating the size of the paper, or the particular
=style and quantity of work to be executed.
Yi- The proprietors of newspapers who will
*publish this advertisement six months, and send
a-paper to oar office weekly-, wilt be paid for the
'advertisement by purchasing six times the amount
.of advertising bill in Type. G E N & C .

.May 22, 1847. 19-6m 17 Canal st. Row.


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State of Florida.
COUNTY OF FRANKLIN.


BY virtue of the power vested in me by law, I
shall expose for sale before the Court House
door, in the city of Apalachicola, Franklin coun-
ty, on Monday, the twenty-fifth day of October
next, at the usual hours of sale, so much of the
lands lying opposite the city of Apalachicola, and
known as Cat Point, with the lands adjoining, as
will be sufficient to make the sum of Three Hun-
dred and Seventy Dollars and costs, for the
amount of the State Taxes due from the Apa-
lachicola Land Company on the additional quan-
tity of assessable lands lying in this county, and
liable to Tax for the year one thousand eight hun-
dred and forty-five.
JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff
and ex-officio Tax Collector for Franklin Co.
Apalachicola, April24, 1847. 15-6m


NOTICE-Six months after date, I will apply
to the Hon. Judge of Probates for Franklin
County, for a final discharge from the Adminis-
tration of the estate of Donald Campbell, late of
said county, deceased.
JANET WILLIAMS, Adm'x.
Apalachicola, June 5, 1847. 21-6m
NOTICE.-Six months after publication o0
this notice, application will be made to the
Hon. Judge of Probates for Jackson county, for a
final settlement of the administration of the es-
tate of Samuel N. Spears, deceased, late of said
county. ELIZA SPEARS,
February 14, 1857. 5-6m Administratrix.


IN THE WESTERN CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA.
IN Franklin Circuit Court.
IN CHANCERY.


Arabella E. Hepburn, widow of'
Burton Hepburn, deceased,
Complainant.
vs.
Joseph L. Hepburn, George 0.
Hepburn, Annie E. Hepburn
and 'Caroline B. Hepburn,
heirs at law of' Burton Hep-
burn, deceased; Daniel K.,
Dodge; the heirs of John
Peabody, dec'd, whose trus-
tee is Daniel McDougald;
JohnIV. Campbell; Hudson'.
A. Thornton; Nathaniel W.
Thornton ; Hines Holt; Sea-
born Jones,'John H. Howard:
and Edward Cary, trustees ofr
James P.* Calhoun & Charles
L. Bass, composing the late
firm of Calhouil '& Bass;',
William :Howland; William:
Sloan;. .Duncan McDou-
gald ; Mordicai Myers, as-;
"signee of 'George W. Ross,,
a bankrupt; Daniel McDou-
gald; Joseph & Lawrence
O'B. Branch; William H.'
Brockenbrough and'the Bank
of Pensacola,


Bill for' Dower.


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


IEBNJ. -G. LIDD1 N & CO. :


July 31, 1847.


Groceries and Ship Stores.
RIO COFFEE, 'Java do, St. Domingo do,
Northern Flour, Western do; N 0 Sugar,
St. Croix do, Porto Rico do, Young Hyson Tea,
Hyson do, Powchong do, Souchong do, Goshen
Butter, Cheese, Lard, Bacon Hams, Sides, Shoul-
ders, Molasses, Whiskey, Mess and Prime Beef,
Mess and Prime Pork, Mackerel, Shad, Salmon,
Herring, Sounds and Tongues, Cod Fish Tongues,
Pe Eer S se__G2f-ujmy-<-pper Sauce, Olives,
"apers, icles, Soap, Starch, Tobacco, Navy
Bread, Pilot do, Craclfers, Vinegar, Dried Fruits,
Beans, Salt, Kaisens, Macaroni, Vermacelli, Ar-
row Root, Corn, Oats, Buckwheat, Mustard, Rice.'
For sale by B. ELL1ION & CO.
Jan23 24 Water street.
BOOTS, Shoes and Brogans, by thecase;
Women's Shoes and Buskins;
Men's, Boys and Youth's Brogans ;
cc4" fine sew'd Brogans;;
Men's pegged Boots;
fine sewed Boots;
Russet Brogans. For sale by
B. ELLISON & CO.,
Jan 23 24 Water street.


"DefenadtamI,.
T appearing to the satisfaction of 'the-'lb-dge of
this Court, by the affiUavit of the Complifi-
ant's Solicitor, that the Defendants hereinafter
named do not reside within the Western Circuit
ot the State of Florida, but within the United
States of America; that is, that the Defendants
Joseph L. Hepburn resides in the State of Texas;
the said George 0. Hepburn in ihe State of Mis-
souri ;'the said Annie E. Hepburn, anda Caroline
B. Hepbu&h, and the said William Howland,
each in the State of New York; the heirs ot
John Peabody, deceased, and Daniel McDougald
their trustees; the 'said Hines Holt and Seaborn
Jones, John H. Howard and Edward Cary, trus-
tees of Calhoun & Bass; Mordicai Myers, as-
signee of George W. Ross, a bankrupt, and Dan-
iel McDougald, each reside in the State of Geor-
gia; the *aid Johh W. Campbell, Hudson A.
Thornton, Nathaniel M. Thornton `and Duncan
McD6ugald, each reside in the Slate of Alabama;
the said Joseph Branch and Lawrence O'B.
'Branch and William H. Brockenbrough, each re-
side in the Middle Circuit of Florida: It is there-
fore ordered, that the said Defendants hereinbe-
fore named, and every of'them, db appear and
answer the said bill of complaint, otherwise the
same shall be taken pro confesso against them
and each of them in default: Provided, this order
be published in any newspaper printed in this
Circpit once a week for four months from the
date'hereof. Dated April 11,1847.
GEORGE S. HAWKINS,
., Judge fo'the Western Circuit of Florida.
RANDALL & HAGNER,
Complainant's Solicitors. 20-4m


FOR the cure of Dilsefpsia'& Ifidigestior, Bil-
ious and nervous 'Headache, Conistipaflori,
Diarrahcea, Gout, Rheumatism, Gravel, Flatu-
lency, &c. 'For'sale wholesale.and retail, by
Dec 12 J. C. ALLEN, Druggist.

Warrant's "Ciomp'oud" l "Extractetdf
Cubebs and Copa vt..
Stands unrixalled lorifs
Leffkdacy; it performs a cure
in a few dayi-*-n0o confirle-
Sment or restriction in'dirt,
"is ndcesi~y.. It will 'b
foundl invaluable, being pre
pared with the greatest -
possible care, upon well
tested principles, foundeA
upon that important law,
first established by the cea-
ebrated Dr..Foidyce, 'v'z2:
.. 'that a combination of sim-
ilar remedies wold produce a mre rerai.
speedy, and considerable eafet, than an3 equiva-
lent dose of any single one.'. In 'many cases tht
disease is entirely prevented by its timely appli-
cation. Forsale by :
Dec 12 J. C. ALLEN', Diuggist.
^WINERS-


On Consignment*
T HE subscriber has lately received on consign-
ment, the following articles:
2 casks choice Old Port Wine;
1 Old Madeira Wine;
1 superior Old Scotch Whiskey;
2 cc Pale & Bro. Otard Brandy;
i Dark Dumond Brandy;
10 baskets London Club" Champaigne.
Also, a variety of Segars, all of which will be
sold lovw, for cash only, by
EDWARD McCULLY,
Feb 27 50 Water street.
-W ISTAR'S and Swayne's Balsam of Wild
VVCherry, just received and for sale by
Nov 28 J. C. ALLEN.
SHEETINGS, Shirtings and Prints, by the
bale and case, low for cash, by
B. ELLISON & CO.
Jan 23 24 Water street.
Wistar~s Balsam of Wild Cherry.
1 ) DOZEN, just received and for sale by
1, April 10 H. F. ABELL.
Hops,
FRESH Fall Crop, for sale by
April 17 H. F. ABELL.
QUININE, Camphor and Piperine, !ust re-
ceived and for sale by
April 17 11. F. ABELL.
Sarsaparilla Syrup.
TUST received,nd for sale by
June 12 H. F. ABELL.
/OFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND PHOENIX
M BITTERS, just received and for sale by
Nov 21 J. C. ALLEN.


B. Ellison & 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, Boiled do, Spirits Tur-
pentine, Paints, Window Glass, Putty, White
Lead, Red do, Yellow Ochre, Chrome Green,
Emerald do, Imperial do, Chrome Yellow, Ver-
digris, Litharage, Sulohur, Bright Varnish, Copal
do, Tar, Rosin, Pitchi, Turpentine, Coal, Paint
Brushes, Varnish do, Tar do, Scrub do, Clamp do,
Lamp Black, Chalk, Whiting, Russia Duck, Eng-
lish do, Cotton do, Heavy Ravens do, Light do,
White, Blue and Red Bunting, Nails, Copper do,
do Tacks, Ship Spikes, Boat do, Brads, Screws,
Jack Screws, Anchors, Handspikes, Capstain
Bars, Oars, Blocks, Shives, Jib Hanks, Hand
Pumps, Deck Buckets, Cedar do, Deck Brooms,
Corn do, Caulking Mallets, Sarving do, Axes, Axe
Helves, Hooks and Thimbles, Box Hooks, Bale do,
Can do. Cotton do, Boat do, Fish do, Caulking
Irons, Making Irons, Marline Spikes, Ship Scra-
pers, Bung Dippers, Cook's Ladles, Tormentors,
Dividers, Compasses, Sail Needles, Sail Twine,
Seine do, Sewing do, Palms, Rigging Leather,
Pump do, Shovels, Hammers, Hatchets, Chisels,
Augurs, Planes, Handsaws, Gimblets. Handsaw
Files, Rat Tail do, Iron Squares, Cupboard Locks,
Stock do, Hooks and Staples, Hinges, Padlocks,
Wood Saws, Pendant Haulyards, Hand Lines,
Deep Sea do, Log do, Fish do., Hand Leads, Deep
Sea do, Sheet do, Bar do, Funnels, Larithorns,
Chalk Lines, Pitch Pots, Log Books, Cargo do,
Belaying Pins, Tin Ware, Crockery, Carpenter's
Tools, Sampson Posts, &c., &oe.
Apalachicola. Jan. 23, 1847.


In District Court of the United
States, for the Northern Dis-
trict of Florida.
IN ADMIRALTY.
Daniel N. McLean, and)
others, owners of the
steam boat Augu-sta,
I 'Vs..:[ Libel for Collision.f
The Steam Boat Eufaula,
her tackle, apparel and
furniture.
N- OTICE is hereby given to all whom it may
concern, that by virtue of an attachment
warrant of arrest, issued in the above cause, I
have seized and takenthe above mentionedd Steam
Boat Eufaula, her tackle, apparel and furniture,
to answer to the libel filed therein, for damages
for a collision, in a cause civil and maritime.-
That the said process is returnable before the
District Court of the United States for the North-
ern District of Florida, at the Clerk's office of
said Court, in the city of Apalachicola, on the
third Monday (17th day) of May, instant, at 10
A. M., at which time aiid plade the said cause
is to be heard.
Dated at Apalachicola, this 15th day of May,
in the year 1847. ROBERT MYERS,
U. S. Marshal.
by H. R. TAILOR, D. M.
May 22, 1847. 19-tf


CANADIAN VIE tfttiFI' TGilB
The remedy to 'which'we'w,ould "ca t Ihe allemW
tion'oftlhe1ublic4 is one which has piroveld's'd
cessful for a'long,irrne ; and it is unfiversqally'--"
knowledged by an 'W, have'i, d it, to be- FAlb
SUPERIOR to any (,ifier niedcic. ,,v(r en'p],',i
in diseases for whirl. it ~ ,: ',ir f i,- n.d L' t a, l( -' --
only destroys WO.NV z% A.Nlj !'VIG 'RAt'-
T'HE W HOLI,: SVS.! l-'. i. l ,'I it n (.,lv': ,-
carries offthe s-ip,', ,;,I! qtil U (A., 11 MA I
PREVALVNT' IV X' E .'i F ('11At t( J ]'. i "-I
BOW ELS "01 ( rP -; i v" n,. re e.Ps| i-,it,111;.
those in bad he;ii: ; r ,v ,, >rns forms lhe b-t
or nest in which \,, ri.s -.i 6duce their younft,'
and byremoving it, it is impossible for worms t11
remain in the body. It is harmless in its effect:
on 'the system and the health of the patient i
always'improved by its use, even when no Ai r
are discovered.
The Canadian Vermifuge is only 25 'cen'&s a
bottle and is much more easily adminisgtered, tiay,
other.
Prepared only by,.JOHN WINER & Co., S3
Maiden Lane, New Ydrk.
"F. .A BPEk. ABE LLj A-ent
Jan '9 g for Apalachicola-.


iREEN& CONNERY, No. 36, Water street,
have just received and offer for sale


Iron Nails, &c.
0f\ TONS Swede Iron, assorted sizes;
2 100 kegs Nails, do.
4 casks Weeding Hoes, assorted qualities;
20 Blacksmith Steel Faced Anvils;j
20 "' English and American Vises;
20 Bellows;
12 dozen Spades and Shovels;
10 Collins' Axes;
10 bxs Cotton and Woolen Cards;
1 case Rowland's Cast Steel Mill Saws;1
1000 lbs Cast and German Steel, for sale by
WM. G. PORTER & CO.
Dec 4 41 Water street.


V125 sacks Green Rio Cofflee, (new Crop;)
100 barrels Northern and Western Flour;
1200 Old Rectified Whiskey;
.E100 boxes white, pale and brown Soap;
5 hhds N. 0. Sugar; 5 do Mxscovado.do;
20 casks Bacon Sides and Shoulders;
5 Hams;
20 barrels Clarified Sugar;
10 boxes Loaf do;
50 1 Sperm Candles;
20 barrels N E Rum;
10 White's Baltimdre Gin;
10 Domestic Brandy;
I0 N0 Molasses;
50 boxes English Dairy Cheese;
50 pieces Kentucky Bagging;
30 coils Rope;
10 bales Alicant Mats;
80 bxsand hlf-bxs (new crop) Mal. Raisins;
10 Lemons;
75 Manufactured Tobace0;
25 cases assorted Pickles;
30 barrels Mackerel, Nos 2 and 3 ;
20 halfbbls do do;
2.0 boxes assorted Syrups;
20 chests and -boxes Gunpowder afid Hy-
son Teas;
10 chests and boxes Powchong Teas;
2 half pipes Old Cognac Brandy;
10 baskets '"Heidsieck" Champagne;
50 kegs Nails, assorted sizes;
25 bbls Pilot and Navy Bread ;
3 tierces new Rice;
20 kegs and quarters new Bnckwheat;]
200 bushels Norther Oatsi
Apalachicola, Dec. 5, 1846.


Franklin Circuit Court,
STATE OF FLORIDA.
Charles Barnarnd, Abel"
Adams, George W.
Barnard and Charles
La'tkin, Merchants,, Aktt-thmnnt.
trading underthe firm Sum sworn to$4543 90.
of Barnard, Adams 1 Damages $000.
& Co."


vs. The Great Canadian Renoc'dy. -
John Dill. WINER'S PECTORAL SYRtUF
HE Defendant and all others interested, will OF HOREHOUND ELECAMPANE,
LTake notice of the institiltion of the above Unrivalled for the cure of Coughs, Colds, Astfhnia;
suit by attachment, returnable to the December Spitting of Blood, Whoopiig Cough, Diffi'Lbi"-
Term, 1847, of Franklin Circuit Court, and will ly of Br^trhing, Pleurisy. Co'nsu'mpti'o'h,
appear and plead thereto, according to law. ,_ i.1a'ff OfDiseases of the Lungs.
CARRAWAY SMIT, tBlonch'itis, a disease that is sweeping tM.ouw
Plaintit Hs Attorney sands to a premature grave under the name ol
Apalachicola, April 13, 1847. april17 14-4m .Consumption;cay e c.red by using this in'edl-
ra ki clne.For several Yda's past, t'hs medicine has been
Franklin Circuit Cou t, in use in Canada, where it has become universal"&
vs. K (MDoCvdge ly known, and is considered the best medicine
JamesC. Watsn, et l. HANCER in use tor all pulmonary diseases. The grtat
James C. oet a. success which has attended its use ina that com,"
D. K. Dodge, R r try. and the mn-a tr^ty wonderful curEs which.
D McDouald et a. parttn- have been affected by it; has induced the prop,,1
D.MEORGE W. ROSS havin fle a p i tors to introduce it into the United Slates, cot -
G e W. ROSS having filed a p n o fident of its being the most safe and valuable rei
the 22d April, 1M46, praying to have acer- reedy ever'discolced', -and adapted io alldiseaset
tain amount of money now in Court, belonging to o h 6g;we n ftelnt~ t ~
defendants, appropriated to the payment of his perform their natural or hasty action, exertinga
fees as the Counsellor and Solicitor of' said de- most grateful and soothing influence ovedri the
fendants; and the matter having been referred to functions of the whole System, diminishing ex--
me as Special Master in Chaineery to act and re- citement when excessive, allaying- irrilitibn
port upon the same, after having given 30 days soreness and paina antt speedilyin ipariigrenten-
notice by publication in the papers. It is there- ed vigor and elasticity y o the whole fiparnie.
fore ordered that said George W. Ross, the defen- Prepared and._aold,: wholesale a-id retail, 0
dants Watson, McDougald, et. izl.. and all others JOHN WINER& Co., 83 Maiden Laie, Net
interested, to appear before me in the city of York, o'eiproprietor for- the U,,,ed States.
Apalachicola on the seventh (7'th) of April nekt, H. F. ABELL, Agent
then and there to present or defend their respec- Jan 9 for Apalachicola.
tive claims, &c.
CARRAWAY SMITH, Balsam of Li- erwort.
Special Master in Chancery. A REMEDY nmost perfect is saM'd how" to bt
Apalachicola, March 6, 1847. 8-5t A discovered in setlled Consunt}ption, Livc-l
0- The hearing of'the above matter is post- Complaint, or any ot tlheii incipient synipt<,n
poned until Friday, the 16th inst. on the Chrono-Thern.al systern, b.1 the ute c,
Apalachicola, April 10, 1847. 13-1t Doctor TAYLOR'S cel'eb.rated medicine, tff
The hearing of the above matter is post- Gemuine BALSAM or LiviEwoRT, whicl he pre-
poned until the 30th June next. pae at 375 BOWERY. This plan of treatments
Apalachicola, April 24, 1847. 15-2m now espoused by several eminent physicians, )sj
0:J The heai'ing of the above matter is post' and has been for a long time, the secret of the
d unt i the 30th of November next. unparalleled success which has attended Doctoi
Apalachicola, July 3, 1847. Taylor's medicine in performing its wonderful
Frauslin Circuit ronrt "cures, which in many, very many cases, hav8
Barnard n nms & Ci Cout. been almost incredible, but the conclusive proof?
Barnard, Adams & Co., the Doctor can bring forward are irresistible, and
John Dill anC c Elizabeth* we advise all who may have coughs or simp16
Ann Dill. an d E li colds even, to use this perfect specific without
,T having been madeto appearby affidavit tha delay. "Franklin says a small leak will sink
T hvin ben ad to)par y ffiavt tatbig ship." Therefore, cure your-coughs efor
the defendants John Dill and Elizabeth Ann lug are cure For belorb
Dill, reside out ot the State of Florida, to wit. your h s ar pAst re.ForSAale f
in the State of Georgia. It is ordered that pub- J. C. ALLEN, Sole Agent for
:-- Apalachicola.
location be made for four months, in some news- CAUTIONT The genuine Doctor TAa l ol'a
paper printed in thecity ofApalachicola, requi- BALSAMOF LIVEWORT, has on the bottle
ring them to appear and answer said bill, else it sp se l ate e g vn o nt botte
will be taken pro eonfesso, t splendidsteel plate engraving, to prevent coun=
will be taken pro confeterfeits signed by Gurdon J. Leeds, any other is
THOMAS 24 1847,28ude. vile and dangerous imitations, and the public are
July 24, 1847. 28-4m cautioned not to purchase or deal in-it, as it, i
")OSE and Lavander Water, for sale by protected by the U. S. Copy Right Laws.
.1V July 17 P J. C. ALLEN, March 21i 1846. 12-1y "


MIOFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND PH(ENiX
BITTERS, just received and for sale by
Nov 28 H. F. ABELL, Druggist.


0f\ HHDS St. Croix Sugar;
l-] 20 do New Orleans Sugar, to arrive;]
100 sacks Rio Coitee; 50 do Java;
140 bxs Aromatic Tobacco;
50 Mnft'd do. Brown's and Labby's;
120 Sperm Candles; 50 bxs brown Soap;
100 bags Shot; 50 kegs Powder;
'2000 lbs Lead; 4 casks Linseed Oil;
200 kegs White Lead, No. 1, Extra and Pure.
For sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO.
Dec 5 41 Water street.


Saratoga Water.
UARTS and Pints, fresh, for sale
April 17 H. F. ABELL.


Blank Books and Stationery.
LEDGERS, Journals, Day Books, &c.
50 reams Foolscap and Letter Paper;
Cotton Memorandum Books;
Ship and River Bills Lading-,
Boooks for Letter Press.
Blank Bills of Exchange and Checks,
Just received and for sale by
March 1 H. F. ABELL.
For Sale,
100 BBLS- FLOUR; 50 bbls. Whiskey;
100 50 bbls. Molasses; 20 hhds Sugar.
Just landed from schooner Ann, and for sale
low, for cash, by
March 27 NOURSt, STONE & CO.


Tarrant's Effervescent Seltzer
Aperient.
H" EALTH RENEWED, and an invigorated
and healthful condition of body produced
by the use of TARRAN7S EFFERVESCENT
SELTZER APERIENT.
This preparation is universally allowed to be
the most popular remedy of the present day, for
the prevention and cure of Indigestion, Bilious
and Liver Complaints, Nervous Weakness, Head-
ache, Heartburn, habitual Costivenesq, &c.
Travellers and residents in warm climates will
find it a desirable article; it prevents any accu-
mulation of bile, is portable, and the method of
preparation is -unusually convenient. Children
have frequent occasion for gentle and cooling
=Urgatives; they will take this aperient in pre-
trence to any other. Sold wholesale and retail by
Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist, &c.


Tobacco.
QfyHALF boxes Manufactured -WL Roane"
S7 Brand.
44 half boxes Manufactured "W Price" Brand.
39 "' do. "
28 "W Barlow" "
48"22 lb. boxes J W Morgan" "
1-2 lb Lumps.
5 boxes Manufactured "J W Morgan" Brand
Premium.
5 boxes Napo-
leon's" Brand "Magnolia."
5 boxes Manufactured, "Napo-
leon's" Brand "Strawbery."
50 20 lb boxes Manufactured , "Napo-
leon's Brand "Magnolia."
9 boxes Manufactured 1, Morford Honey Dew
10 Crates Crockery; 10,000 Florida Segars.
50 doz Negro Caps; 60 doz Hoes, ,assorted."
Ingrain Catpeting, Cotton Cards, Trace Chains.
For sale low to close consignments, by
LOCKHART & YOUNG,
Nov. 14 53 Water street.


ATS and Caps by the case low for cash by
B. ELLISON & CO.
For Sale,
0f HHDS. choice N 0 Sugar;
50 bbls Flour, by
Feb 2 NOURSE, STONE & CO.
SALAD OIL, just receivedand for sale 'by
Apr117 H. F. ABELL


Drugs & Medecines,
T" HE subscriber has just received per recent
arrivals from New York#, a full and com-
plete stock, consisting in part, Sulph. of Qui-
nine, Hyd. de Potassii, Caustic Potasse, Solicine,
Murrate and Sulph. of Morphine, Luner Caustic,
Chloride of Gold and Sodium, Calomel, Jalap,
Ipicac, Iodine, Rhubarb, Pulvr. and Root. Sen-
na,, Epsom Salts, Bachn Leaves, Castor OPl,
Seidlitz Powders, Soda Powders, Sulpher, 0'owver
and role, COnppera:, Saltpeter, Alum, Aloes",
Calcium and`Curb. oi' Magn-es,'ia, Oum Camphor,
Flax Seed, Borax. ALio a lirge supply of as-
sortIed Glass Wa-, an'- a general assortment of
a," ari`h.e.s inc s he i.u ]ine.' For sale by
Ju ne 12 11. F. ABELL.,
I-TUAIM I TA n aid Toamarinds, just re.
C. ceivecd and for wale by
A-prl 37 1 iT. F. ABELL.
"^i-~ ~~~4 iS;5- .Ias
S A 3A PA....Ar-, '.i i received for sale by
,.J&mc .2T- H. F. ABELL.
N:.v .1CE.
I"TItSON,-, a 1),tg (-,:?iiess with the subscri-
I. bers during their absence from the city, will
please to apply to Mr. Charles A. Green.
July 12 J, DAY & CO.


:Bay Rum.
A FRESH supply of A. Frenwh's superior
Bay Rum, just received and fcr sale by
June 12 H. r. ABELL.


Dry Goods.
DRILLINGS, Tickings, Cottoi Osnaburgs,
Linseys, Kerseys, Jeans, Fhnnels, Blan-
kets, Tweeds, Shirtings, Sheetings, Checks,
Ginghams, Calicoes, Delanes, Hosery, &c. &c.
For sale by B. ELLISO." & CO.
Jan 23 23 Water Utreet.


Peter's Vegetable Antibillious
Pills.
A FRESH supply, just received and for sale by
April 17 H. F. ABELL.


COLD Pressed Castor Oil and Saratoga Water,
just received and for sale by
April 10 H. F. ABELL.


Oil Cloths and Carpets.
1Q PCS Oil Cloth, 1 and 2 yards wide;
0 3 pes super Ingrain Carpeting;
3 Cotton 9.
2 c Stair "
For sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO.
Dee 5 41 Water street.


EIDLITZ, Yeast and Soda Powders of the
best quality, for sale by
July 17 J. C. ALLEN,


Florida Molasses.
N tierces and~barrels, for sale oy
B. ELLISON & CO.
Feb 20 24 Water street.


SULPHATE and MURIATE of QUININE,
for sale by
July 17 J. C. ALLEN.


Boots and Shoes.
OY'S and Men's Russet Brogans;
Men's sew'd and peg'd Kip Brogans ; .
Gents fine Calf Brogans;
Wm's peg'd and sew'd Shoes; Children's do. do.
Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes;
Super Ladies' coarse and fine Calf Boots.
A large and extensive assortment, just received
and forsale by WM. G. PORTER & CO.
Dec 5 41 Water street.


Window Glass.
A LARGE lot, of assorted sizes, just received
and for sale by
June 12 H. F. A)BELL.


Hoarhound Caady.
PEASE'S Clarified Essence of Hoarhound
Candy, just received and forsale by
June 2 H F. ABELL.


Bailey's Tonic Mixture.
T HIS is a valuable compound fluid extract of
,Cinchona and Rubra, a vegetable febrifuge
for the cure of Fever and Ague. Sold by
June 12 H. F. ABELL.


Carpenter's Extract f Buchu.
WARRANTED gennine, forsale by
July 17 IJ, C. ALLEN.


i:


ir~miwmnfstcatorol' 'Noticco.


FLORIDA WHIG,
A WEEKLY PAPER,
TO BE PUBLISHED IX XMR.XJW.
THE undersigned propose publishing in the
Town of Marianna, Jackson county, Florida, a
weekly newspaper with the above title.
This paper will be devotedto Literature, Agri-
culture, and Science; it will also contain the
current news of the day and articles in support of
the Whig Policy.
The want of a local paper has been severely
felt in Jackson, Walton and Washington coun-
ties, and has led to the proposed establishment of
this Journal.
The undersigned hope to obtain sufficient pat-
ronage to enable them to commence its publica-
tion by the 1st of September.
TERMS-Three dollars per annum, in advance.
$3 50 if paid within six months; or $4 00 at the
end of the year.




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COMMERCIAL: 1 ADVERTISER Ju Itf11FI ; (rtttorn. I i_ .!\1 tJttUanrou_. - to'carry';thtougb' 'life-as easy as:a'j jackass ;can-I! he. If' I do, dI-- -killed; ,Isha1\\ ly nothing bat !-f//l./ .! written

1- escape all
EVERY SATURDAY FT 1o carry a bushel of and to mill. 1
corn
PCBLISIIED -- a nigger a few hours of "
BENJAMIN: ELLISON.: WILLIAM A. \\ .OOD.B. SHORT PATENT SERO '. So mote it be. escape misery. over the hills ; and amid the clatter and
WYJIAN.f. .
J. L. Ellison & Co., JR. These reflections induced him to tap, at tramp of the hunters, he heard (the clear
BY row, _
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COMMISSION, MERCHANTS, [Fromthe, Sunday Mercury. the d.Jor-a shackly and domestic cpncern, voice of destiny bidding him to do all\ in his
]
The
G. 71. DAVIS, Editor. AND DEALERS; IN followingvill serve :as a text to my GWIN BERNARD made partly of platted cornstalk. Receiv- power to avert the fate. that was
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES HARDWARE, present discourse : : ing no answer and impending
hearing no sound he over him. He
BltzelFs Buildings, of TIN WARE BOOTS SHOE HATS OR THE ESCAPED SOLDIER: AiD THE ran like a madman. He
corner DOG.
Third Story ,
Rage is the shortest of made bold)
passion souls
lice) our : to raise the wooden latch and gained the hills and
Commerce and Chestnut streets.ThllMS. CAPS, CROCKERY SHIP If I hurt death scrambled a path
Like narrow brooks that rise with sudden showers, am mortally and is the enter. The which up
CHANDLERY, &c. It sight presented ,itself to carved by the hand of n:tare
nor
swells in haste, and falls again as soon. speedy consequence! of my wound, will his paused to
you
I 24 Water street. eyes was touching. On the ground was lock back second.
My hearers-rage is of the know where to find me:' said Gwin Bernard a The yells, cu'fsf'J! ,
Jan 23 certainly one ,
4ffg of the
within" shortest passions that ever kicked a fuss Illinois Regiment, to. Ezekiel Hart, pursuers-their
aid 1:1: advance, or 83 )) paid six up ; to the waist with a coarse sheet. An dtmonios maleditos
anthi i i P or -1 t)') if paid thereafter. E. J. Ilardin, in the interior of human nature ; but, whatit on the battlefield of Buena Vista. When humble light flickered at the head and foot, his ,He dashed? infernos) subscription taken for a less term than six FACTOR AND CO)11I:581OIERCIIAST., lacks in length, it makes up in potency. he spoke these words the battle was raging and the ear. and tumbled on. A '
\To {j3-::: Office, No. 0 Columbus Buildings, over corpse knelt a woman, who footstep kept near the whole ,lime.
;nti1 -an 52 will\! invariably be charged for It is as powerful as sulpher and saltpetre. fearfully, and the result could not be He did
Sit .nodN'o pal1'r will be discontinued until Jan Ifi Apalachicola, Fa. When the fires of in thought cf with certainly. A ball was fingering her beads, but from whose not reflect nor turn his head. A crevice in
I rage ,are blazing a spent
mouth
unless the of theN no audible word the ;
paid, at option escaped although slaty side of
,ll\rrfirafs are Roberts, Allen V; Co., man's bosom the heart becomes a perfect had struck him in the ribs.on the rightside, the the eminence he had
lips were moving rapidly, and the swart partly scaled
\ tetor.rtRTI'I DEALERS IN HARDWARE AND SHIP and fractured of them. The presented itself. It seemed
steam-boiler and he of two
::\rivrc.-Oaceduaretnelve: lines a piece machinery, pain was features were beautiful in their
\ ) roggedness
!
I V44\ will! b? inserted at the rate of One Dol- CHANDLERY, IRON, STEEL, NAILS, "going at a dreadful rate over which reason intense and the, suffering man implored his by an air of fervent devotion. Bernard of hardly large enough; to admit the entrance
If
\tar for the tint, and Fifty Cents for every subsequent SPIKES AND CASTINGS, has no more control than the word 'whoa !' dearest friend; who was with him, .to( lead weak-scarcely rational he was a cat ; but he fell flat and jammed) himself
And Manufacturers of Tin, Iron, and Copper him where -yet too sank through the aperture. He teas filtorctdCLOSE
insertion.Pot'i' over a locomotive upon a railroad. He to some shot he could be sale his knees and tried -
\0 aiverti'se bv the : liberal Illi res. and inactive 'few upon to pray for the lie had entered! a nook the of
''e year stamps, straddles, and thrashes about-his a moments. Hart had con- welfare of the top 1
soul that had
fi;-runti11 '->2 snide: b-it+ alla advertisements not Dec 12 Apalachicola, Fa. I legs and arms working themselves latitudin- ducted him to oneof the ravines on the outskirts animated the which was the living rock-the sides formedof
now worthless and
)>rti liil to their own business, as well earthly shape before him. stuff that had fallen down) the
.rr.-fl
WAI. W. SIMS. WM. W. CHEEX ER. :ally\ longitudinally, perpendicularly and of the ground used for the contest. ; The precipice
1 ill lp.tl l ikrtUment='sent in by them, will woman concluded her devotions witha from time to time, and
accumulated
!,4 I Sims *:: Cliccver, horizontally, in! the most admired insubordination and there we find them. tsVater lout! ; and
.
,
iirel at the 'nsail rates. supplication to the virgin for inter- the front
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. of live lobster ina \ water I have and was composed of two or three
-reminding one a none, lam cession
\ll! lziadvertisements must be paid for'Illranre. then noticed with Bernard loose
t surprise slabs and }
Office No. 21 Wate? street.! dryer than horn tangled roots. He turned to
scald. He snaps his eyes and inflates his a powder groaned Ber for'lhe first time. face
decl2 : hits ic'to
Apalacrr.cola.FIa.W. pursuers, touched him
j- -"Ire ilhrill, : be charged for ar.nounc- cheeks, like a toad in a tempestbellowslike nard. Que queris ?' she inquired. He hands His
judgedby were bared for
1: -nii'lites fir office.ll T. WOOD. E. U. BALLOU.Woofl a mad bull\, and raves like a hurricane My: canteen'i is not only empty but rusty,' her expression, that she asked bin what final stru gle. He the. death gripe and .

)- \ iKvrti-se-nents, from a distance must I & Ballots, entangled among a lot of old cedars. But, replied his friend, 'and where to procure. he wanted, and replied-having learned the there, but the looked-no man was

"- -, '.1'11..' I I'ita the cash, or city reference, COrDlSSI0lEltCHAXTS: : all\ of a sudden, the fires get low-with: a'ph.ew anything to dampen it, is a mystery to me Spanish! tcrmAgua. him much poor dog which had caused
so
='re i insertion.! Office No. \\'aterstrt'f't.-Up stair anxiety. Bernard pulled the
i and a 4wh-ew he blows off the just now. Americano?' she asked. brute
Jan 1G Apalachicola, Fa. The cod of is sometimes in by the neck and blocked up (the en-
exhuda- '
superfious steam-pipes the war to '
sappy generous S//! replied he
again attempting to speak trance. I will not relate
tt .iitr; fJ Dfrrctorn.Xo.ir.v. .. Thomas Preston, tion from his ounl.sllf -sits down as a wounded votary for just then a wounded her language-' agua !' He tore open the him relate the scene that to you as I hcanl!
was enacted
--- MERCHANT AND: TOBACCO calmly an October sunset and ( :Mexican, dismounted and injured in the
tas ,
-- --- --- COMMISSION quietly ran past scanty covering and pointed to his wound. search which was continued
i ,,' : AND BROKER.No. the that them tripped and into the -how they almost
r I INSPECTOR comes to sage conclusion althoughhe came tumbling The woman's flashed she fell
eye as pointed to into his
.
01l1"u'.t .i.' .\ ..- 2S Water st.-Office second back room. has been making a fool of himself, stil!, ravine, his clumsy escopet discharging itself the body, and waved him to Her about retreat-how they ran alt
begone.
shrieking
,
C I,) \111: .'S.. .! I Dec '-'<(} Apalachicola, Fa. like a barrel of malt liquor lie is all the in the fall. The Mexican struck his gestures seemed to 'Your comrades in vengeuce, and firing pistols ,
say.
.. 1' every recess they
n I clearer and better for the fermentation. As head severely in the summerset, and beganto have saw-trampling down
murdered him, and ask for bashes
\'>' 1 \ I t. !-to J. II. & J. ?I. Hull, bleed yet you me i and sounding every hollow. Bernard
ebbs from the mouth and -
hrs the softer flow in- nostrils-but I
T ; rage thoughts aid, for which, as soon as recover, waited until
.\CTOR' & COBIISSIQlIERCIlA ;, you you they left the
:.. .: ':-. the clouds clear away-the sun of love death staunched the flow of the life-fluid will kill another of !' fore he vicinity Le-
:\0.015 Wat or street, my countrymen Fully bestowed notice his
I I .r.tRDING shines ihe mental almost immediately. Hart examined him any on strange
brightly out atmosphereis ,
her
., It>c 1C APALACHICOLV, FACLarlesRners appreciating feelings he turned to go, and mute companion. The
dog
'. mild, pleasant and pure ; and he is as and found a very old-fashioned.long-neded and had opened the door, when the wo- comprehend the whole seemed to
r -treet, T :: John llJnn. Eugene W. Rogers.: composed! as a gonse-puddle after a thundershower bottle which contained a pint of cooling and man's heart melted, and she gently drew caught Bernard's matter! When he
: t"'iicnla, Fla. Clias. Ko ers & Co., wholesome eye he uttered a low
-believing that an occasional fit of beverage. Having slaked his hinr back. Water was procured. He then whine and
his
COMMISSION: :M ERC HANTS, wagged tail returning the> bewildered
vn M. DAMCL J. DAT.j. ra:=e i is as necessary tn man ns lightning, thirst, the wounded Illinoisan sent a mes- signed for food. She brought him a little gaze of the soldier -
: Water street, vulcanic; eruptions and earthquakes are to sage to his Colonel, shook hands with his wallet filled with It with one of intelligence
> iv Ac o.. d l l-ic 12: Apalachicola, F\: parched corn. was evidently I and real compassion.
KlMlrsSl'lX: : \11 i: HANTS, t the well,being of that monstrous terraqueous comrade, and concealed himself in a recess the wallet which the man, now dead, you can, (that man's condition at that Fancy, if

So. 32> Water street, C. .\. GRECV. C. H. Coxxnnv. creature called Earth. masked by a rough peak of clay, and a few had worn, for as she hung it over his shoul- How: he lived, is a marvel to I crisis.
me.
', \ -'1t= tor thl' ."Etna iUchico'a, Insurance! Fa.Co." Green & Coiincry, My I friends-as short however as rage is, sickly specimens of chapparel. Hart, a der she wept bitterly. Washing his wound, and so do all that know these facts, that believe
:
\ the
.In t livutnce Co." and the "Hart- COMMISSION I :MERCIIANTS it is awful to }h"hnld in ome. You can see noble and well educated individual as wellas and binding it up as well as she was able, he dog saved his life. When his
had
"' "* 'r'fld I (;"onn.iii'in No. SC, Water street revengeful thr'igliT'8:: tolling! prancingInrI his friend, who had entered the army shook both her hands and departed. He disappeared he was pursuers

APALCIIICOLA, FA. rushing! i' t t", .iiure-thoughts as darkas from motives of pure patriotism-again had partially regained his strength, and Uncovering the entirely unable to walk.
was
,: >2* ,V Holmes, Pelican Mutual Insurance Co. of Ntio York. aperture and disposing his
buck darker promised to bring relief if he could
a nil.; than a garret or to deteremined to rejoin his regiment at all limbs in the easiest
I 1 > > !iJ.MERCHANTS.: CHAS.; A. GREEN position, he munched
i : Agent.
full o' I II. search' for Bernrd after the battle if
hazards.
) s at midnight. Scerfesof not The poor woman had again knelt bis corn and
otl n, Deco; No. 3d Water st reft.Joint groaned. The dog licked: his
z.nl't' tor the hlood'i"'r: rise dreadful in their before, and again sought to take part in (the over the body, and he could not summon face and hands, and his wounded side.

;IJX{ M'JTUXL INSURANCE COMPANY, S. Iliitcliinsoii, souls-th","' snoi.n': xeins are ready to burst affray. courage to disturb her in order to panto- "Surgeons," Bernard has since


r' No.jl Waiter street, MERCHANT, the (fir'Of)1: : ) :'cam' red through their pain of his wound, but the fear of, detection which was the direction he should take. A ; short a time, as the poodle." in so ."
i Dec t U ApalachicoU, Fa. No. ;o'J' Watsr-ire 't. .' ., and murder. He knew well his fate. should poor .
t npttri'; :' ", : .1 f \1"\ moment theyvfctii tall staff leaned against the hut and he ap- i The dog watched as

!! \V -!I. G. Porter fc Co. Solicits, patronage. .\PAL .CIlWOT. \, Fa. ) i ..' : :n hI nek civilized" society over any of the foe find him in that condition a propriated it to his own use and recommenced I being, going forth intelligently on the look out as a human and-

+ILEUS IN: < HVUS( ANTi COMMISSION Jas. F. Fanrior, the tenetir.tu hiihansin-throw nil creation blow with the breech of a musket, or witha his journey. Convinced that he was retuminjras cautiously as the best iusfrcuteJ,

111RCIIA_;T5.n. GENERAL RECEIVING, FORWARDING out of ;car-an.t: rnAe old Scratchfoot himself sword or the cruel stab of a lance or bay: going in the right direction he walked on, I scout. All that day-a day as long
., \ 41 Water 'treet.es COMMISSION )MCRCIIANT scamper olf, like a kitten shot in the onet. There, where he reclined upon the until he heard the hum of voices and the year-that soldier moved as a whole
\thtl'li"flh., : I a. No. 50 Water street.D hard uneven ground he would be killed i if scarcely in his cel:.
,
f rear with a bowl( of hot soup. But rage bustle of a large body of men. Day was His sufferings were considerably
Fla.P.
, -c''i Apalaclucola, increased
!). ':. .Vor)iI A: Co., __. dosen't accomplish much after all, considering discovered an insect is crushed under beginning to break in the. eastern sky, and by the want of water. He chewed the

I I 4 l <; : J"J. 1'0ItV.1RIING I I \V. CUllen, the bluster and tornado-like fury the foot of the unconscious pedestrian.His .- the light of joy already dawned in his heart. leaves within his reach, he laid his dry

.: *r.i\xr:
'* :. \fhJ""I'I' II i\v. MERC[ II ANT.Solicits read or heard, my friends how Lucifer once the vultures, and his bones would whiten hope, and a knowledge of his pains was par- alleviated his tortures. Another-nothing -
:*. '. V,> i.! mcol.t. Fla. share nf Public Pafrona (. a hostile soil not but shame- dreadful
_._ id a got in a rage among the whole celestial upon unwept, tially lost in the anticipation of succor.: He night came. Still no hope-no
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Oc 21 AP VLVCHICOLN., FA.Coftke and threatened beai.s. But fullv dishonored. The tide of battle rolled he -
\1.\' \\.1 'V'IJcKEXlIE.. host, to give 'ern : was certainly, thought: near the camp. in his strength. The appalling silence
\
91'11' ( 'J: ieuzte. A Horno, all he gained by it was an irretrievable Jy :s. on. Ever and anon the concealed and suffering The voices and footsteps, he heard cape that reigned around was almost insupporta-

C')1J11ISSIcN1E1tCHANTS'1 : COMMISSION MERCHANTS; In( his wrath and fury, he missed) his foothold soldier felt the ground shake under nearer, and as he listened eagerly for some ble. He pictured forms in the thick and

y.,. 4i Water stieef, No. 13, -5t.: Charles Streei, and lost his balance upon the browjol/ the headless tread advancing or retreating token of recognition, he heard-oh horror murky lrkness-savat. faces leered nnnn

:, ,t ," t',. \"alal'hiC'f,1a. a. New-Orleans heaven, and slid upon his tail down to overlaying battalions. The clatter of arms, the trampof and despair!-the Spanish language He him-devilish figures seemed- to exult-- --- in-y his'"
-- --- AvncEW S. COOKE. AMOS llosv.: will do hOIS-S, the report of the batteries and had in the direction I
the and
.... perdition : same as you gone wrong was misery. He looked upon the dog whose
*. V J. Schi :fet'. foil ::
.- my cov;'y=, if you don't bridle your tempers small arms, the shrieks curses, groans. me- near the enemy's outposts, a few miles only eyes shone like fire, and felt that he
1 )LES\B; AND: KEF ML GROCKR.t'cj'ur was not
.. >Ed.l'd. ::11cenll and keep; a pretty taut rein upon the wild iiacrs, anti commands! incidental to the vin- from Encarnacion. Th.e confusion of his quite alone. Towards midnight 1
macron: ;pud to ;jutting: 04)ftniily.ie.t'ui0.il as he jud-
,, and -hiptores.. A1ICTIOXEE; II steed t ] of prission.My : i dkme] drama then Lein'g enacted smote mind again asserted its sway. He stood: on ged, he feil asleep-the slumber: of exhaustion. : t
I II
,
Vo. 19! .Cater.drier :" heiuers-it is pryvcibial tint rage upon the ear of ihe suckei' (as an Illinoisan a plain which was only a quarter of a mile .. He awoke in the with
m morning the
> ij.' > :No 5t/(), Water ci,
It \ .I l i-.irr.n.' t rirr ,kiud. It isc.ilh-d!! ) sharpened by his situation with surrounded the
i -, J 1S: ApatachlCr'a, FP. bath no bounds in slightest wo nn square by usual,characteristics sun shining in upon his face, and the do '
-
'I. ?. \....u. is the easiest thing;: in; the world to pump a painful acjiteucss. Within three feet of : Mexican sceqery-hills and ravines lying across him. The air was exceedingly

I" D. UanfoithJCTION woman into a moderate passion! ,aid notvPiv him lay the stark and bloody form, sorry -picturesque to the eye, and that is all. cool, and thus was the animal of service J in

.: ; f : : \' :,' IJ\I\T I : : \: :: AND CO.\Df ISIfF.RCItA: : T, difficult to r.xcitc her wildest raze.When .- and hideous:: of the doomed man whose The instinct of self preservation led Bernard imparting warmth to his body. Bernard

'. '. ; :. c:., .." AND GENERAL( AGENT she is about to uncork her big/bottle; water he had drank ; the' half opened eyes to conceal himself from those who imagined he viewed his grave. Horror

\ .. 1_ la. l. r '). .f .t!f Si: d II i I rrv. ECFAULA.. ALA.N highly-concentrated fury, O'e little children glaring', even in the oblivion common to all, wero approaching. Tbs nearest available stricken by the idea he essayed to forth r

.1 ,lIlt ctrl; Vtt.>r riotntlarhifoU.', { Colton I/ought,Refers on order.to cockroaches, grown people, and bedbugs with a dull glow of hatred : the bluish white I hiding place was a little streak chapparal, and succeed in geting out and standing go

-, '01':--I! 1 \ Fa.. B. F. HOLDEX, > I warn you to flee from the wrath to lips} appearing to be framed into an imploring { behind which he hy ,at full length, weak, right. He Herod like a centennarian up-

il. a. Darih. J. G. JJU.M.AP, J r'eOrleans.. tom Asa dead calm precclcsatemesr}? expression, as if the man had intended sick and scarcely daring to breathe. The his teeth chattered-his cheeks were sunken

Vi.2 Columbus J3lJihlllli ,. i :Mcss=r.WYLIE & :McKixzic, ? so at first she stands perfectly dumb with to ask for mercy, and had dared to cherish party appeared troop of lancers, in good -his fingers were long and meagre-his

Dec. .2 .i I. t"j aJ.: Apalaciiicola, Fa. J. S. IlLTCHINSON; 3/ AIalachicola. an army of words rising in her throat and hope even in the last extremity. The fight condition, and, considering their defeat of joints like those of a puppet ; yet he crawl-

-- --- pushing ;at her palate causingspasmorfic mo raged en Bernard at length attempted to the day before, in good spirits. They were ed down the precipice. There was no signof

COMIMSIOX c 'Ijanlin} MERCHANT Suitor, 3)i'ofcaatoiial! Xotftcs.SYDXW tions of the mouth, and making her look get up, but he could not-every muscle was about to pass him, Bernard imagined, and life about, and he descended to the plain

V >. n Water strf'f't-Fp "lair' _--_ ._.h ._ .-. ,.._-_- like a hen endeavoring to swallow too largea stiffened. He had strength enough to lay once more a pale light of hope glimmered where he had met the lancers. They had

D*c. 1. Hl-3.: Apaiachicola, Fla.JIt'r \\VJ) quantity of dough:, at a time. Yes, there his bowie knife in a convenient position, before his mental vision. But'he was again left among other remnants of the first meal
: ) GREEN 31. D.
she stands, with back up and bristling like and to draw, forth and cock, a revolving pis- doomed to endure the pangs; of fear and the they had enjoyed for week, a leathern can-

\:.; ;1)mI';. CHVRLES Pk.\Tr. ';}- :May: he found at his' residence, corner of I a cat upon the introduction of a strange tol which was fortunately upon his person. terrors of an insecure position, for the com- teen, and in thai he found about a gill of

Doil:;c A Pratt Centre and High street! opposite the Mansion dog-choking with rage, and ready to ex Several times amidst the din and carnage mand hallo,'' was given, and the troops dis- I water. And oh. holy impulse gratitude,

IPPINTr( it COMMISSION MERCHANTS;, Hou.'e. r0S.. plode. Now it comes Hailstones and that manifested themselves to his senes, he mounted. The horses were taken to the that he shared with his companion Those

'\ n.I'') Water 'Street Analachicola, Fa. Dr. A. W. Chapman, hurricanes !ginger pop and soda water-! fainted. Nature triumphpd over its foe, opposite! side and secured, and the men two-for may we not individualize the dug,

''v 21 wildcats and whirlwinds !brickbats and and he as often revived. Night came on. squatting upon the grass-some of them only trudged onward. Shall I write further ?:
(j:::Office over the Drug: Store of f B. S. Hawley, '
II. II. Taylor, (entrance on Chestnut :street.: ) Residence the bombshells--panther screams and pig The battle subsided lIe heard the troops fete yards from the fugitive.-began to discuss Yes, a little further. Tint :sick, hrccrated,

":-OMMISSION: AND FORWARDINGMERCHANT house latt-ly occupied by Dr. Bdltzell. squeals Doesn't it storm some 1 Stand ordered in, and listened as the tumult grad- the proceeds of a night's forage. No almost dying; man urged himself forward at

January 10, 1S4G. 2-tfW. aside, all ye living creatures, and let her ually deepened l into silence.; The challenge one could tell the poor soldier's ,feelings least six miles. Hail le not wet an advan-

No. :22 Water-street: -- wrath descend upon the devoted head of a of the sentinels, an occasional roll of the while he lay motionless, notwithstandingthe ced guard passing towards San Luis Potosi -

!' t2 Iv Apalachicola. G. :'1. Davis bedpost or some other inanimate object drum a few boisterous words sometimes in pain that racked every fibre of his frame: to learn the movements of Santa: Anna,

Francis l{ lu ian, ATTOR"EYND: COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Don't go near her, nor attempt to oppose English sometimes in Spanish, were all the and witnessed the movements of the troop. he nevt>would have seen the face of his

!' '''If"II\o\LF. AND: RETAIL DEALER rN 0 Ters his services to the public in either of the her rage ; for you might as well try to smo sounds that indicated the presence' of thousands He could) see their eyes and fancied he countrymen again. Of that guard I was

JRY (10 jD ;. HOOTS, SliDES, HATS, AND above capacities.He titer the fires of Vesuvius! with a horse- of hum- o beings, who had so recentlybeen could feel their breath. He was hungry one, or I should! not have heard Bernard's

atl l CLOTHING, &c. will practice regularly in Franklin Calhoun blanket, or dam up Niagara: with old tobacco engaged in cutting throats ; and soon yet he dared not munch the few grains of story ; for hundreds cf these singular! events

H. (:tnut.Street., Apaiachicola.. and JacksonCircuit Courts-and, upona quids. In a moment or so the terrible commotion he heard nothing. He had swooned for the corn among which one of his hands was occur without any but those immediately

R v OD.( special retainer, act as Counsel, in any Courtof t will all\ be over-she will cease to sixth or eighth time. He could not tell buried. One thing he did do-he a hardy.. acquainted with the actors ever learning the

\Vood A;: CO. the :Middle or Western Circuit. He will also! effervesce, and become ss! mild as a pan of how long he had lain in this helpless state, soldier-he wept-and who shall blame him, particulars.

\UCTIONCERS: AND COMMISSIONMERCHANTS argue cases in the Court of Appeals at Tallahassee milk. -Then flat her gently between thee but when he recovered his consciousness, or denounce his sacred tears as emblems of He was treated I need not say with the

I the sessions! of which, he will always b shoulders-lightly; stroke her hair in a he found himself stripped of all his clothing cowardice ? During the two hours he lay utmost attention, and carried to Saltillo

:_2..1.!.: 31. No. :2 ColumbusT. Building Apalachicola, present Apalachicola at, unless September prevented S by, 15 accident.-tG. poor pussy !' sort of a wa-tickl-, her ear save his shoes, drawers and shirt. His arms I here, a large: poodle dog paid him several where he was placed in the hospital. His:,

with a feather of t1att'er-apply what is were missing also, he lay in a strange visits, sniffing about him, hut doing nothingthat dog, I may as well inform you has changed

CO1, I. tastier tV Cri.; A. G. Sciiimes, called the'soft soap' plentifully, and get a spot among! a heap of slain. His wound could attract the attention of the his species and character and become a lon.
MISSION" MERCHANTS, and-and there has had numb the chest had swollen to lancers. At this Bernard
No. 45 Water Street ATTORNEY AT LAW. kiss if you can ; been grown writing; is tolerably well ;
_act. 24. Apalachicola Fa. 03- Office, .;.''0.2 Capt. Simmon's Building nothing:: more than a tempest in a tea-pot, an enormous extent, and respiration was extremely Bernard in the bitterness of his heart cur- but crooked, one shoulder being higher! ; than

cor. of Centre. Commerce streets. after all. agonizing. Desperation nerved .. sedjthe dog and shivered with mortal agony the other and he couhs as if one of 'his

J. C. Allen, nov5: Apalachicola, Fla. My friends-flying into a passion for nothing him to the assumption of a task he contem- whenever the animal appeared. Seeing no lungs had sustained, lasting injuries. He

D R.UhS(:\Vhlf's..t., MEDICINES.| and!I Retail PAINTS Dealer ,in OILS ------- 6r getting into a rage for anything, is a templatcd with terror-that of picking his signs of their departure, and nerved by des- vows. nerer to part with his do;,. and wears,

GLASS;:: I L''.1.,.."..' r4---*:*. &-=c.\1C.t.: II. E. Owens, ridiculous piece of business. It is true thatit way to camp. It was plain that he had peration and suffering to the highest pitch as a remembrancer of his sufferings and ad7

ATTORNEY AT LAW don't last much longer than the foamingof been found, dragged out and robbed, and I of daring, Bernard determined to crawl over ventures, the canteen which he picked up

OOK3 .1. ;:-u.r'r' : CtAYTOjr, Barbour County, Alabama. pearlash' and cider; but while it exists, that the plunderers had fancied him dead I the bills on the left.. Watching his opportunity from the eventful plain. .

cor..of BLK Ch' .- April 2!), 18i6. 2-tf it is enough to make humanity turn her and so left him. Call for help he dared ( he chose a moment when they were Such is war, or such are its frequent ad-

-.t fj : t i'it v; L back in disgust. If you only knew what not. He struggled to his feet, but when he listening to some tale related by one of their juncts. .

John Bilbo; pictures you present when the demons of tried to walk, a dizziness seized him, and number, and commenced his reptile like .

,1.Lr34: R. TIv i11Y1, :.: .. ATTORNEY AT LAW wrath and fury take possession of your he staggered along utterly ignorant of the progress. He had nealy accomplished, his The rose is \ when it first opens,
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\ >. : '> i r* MERCHANT: ALBANY, GA. hearts, I am sure you would try to keep direction he was taking. Peleriuni beganto object-escape was once more almost cer and the spikenard roots when the head dies.

i f .rIrt'.t.\ ulachicola Fa. WILL; practice in the several Court of the cool if you had to sleep in a snow-bank. accompany his fever. On he staggered, tain for the lime being-when the eye of Beauty belongs to youth, and dies with it ;

-Western Circuit and Thomas and At such times you look like-I don't know' as he supposed in the direction of the the individual who was speaking rested on but the. odor of piety survives death, and

-tnf Avrv ATones, Stewart counties how you do look-you look like the devil camp, making for a light which he imaginedwas him as he was backing off towards the wish- perfumes the tomb.A .

VJ-ER.S\c: '!" t .1 t' ION MERCHANTS, Aug. :).1/45./ 31-tf- cornered by a Christian. But keep cool, in one of the tents. After much difficulty ed for haven. The look was searching, the
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.. No. U \' u-r street. under all circumstances. If gnats stjng, and going at least three quarters of a result too certain, Bernard heard the gentleman sat duwn to write a deed :and

Jl:=: _____Apalachicola, Fa.b LUMBER INSPECTOR.The undersized; mosquitoes bite, flies molest, love's streamer mile over all sorts of ground, he neared this dreadful words that brought every lancer this o began with-" ..huoone women by thesepresent.

Edward :IcCulIy ; been appointed Inspector of Lamb ruffled, hopes decline, prospects are dark, light. It isiued from a hut built of reeds, feet, and saw the long finger of his dis ." "
the of Franklin offers his services t ID
'DKKIsSION for County money is scarce, life's footpath is stony and mud and leaf, and evidently 'an out-hous coverer leveled at him. It seemed to trans You are wrong," said a bystander, "it
MERCHANT AND DEALER the public in that capacity, and will attend to all
W: DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES: duties appertaining to said appointment. your toes are sore-'don't get in a rage, but or lcptro's tenement, or at least that of the pierce and impale him. What could be ought to be. know. all men." '.

t No.' y Water street. CORNELIUS GRADY.v take it all easy, and burthens that cause- dependants of some plantation. do 1 stay and be killed ? No Heseized his 'JKV-Very well; answered the other, "ifone

*5 Apalachicola, Fa. I March 22,1545. [I others to fret :and: foam, you will be enabled If I do not go in I shall perish,' thought staff; his. shattered side was forgotten ; he woman knows it, all men will of course." t

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: : :: : = : _: > -- '- ; to leave I the l -L Correspondence of the Baltimore American.] nnce in several sections of Louisiana
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)had be compelled and
rlurbcl' Accounts of the Battles. been thrown across a ravine intervening between I led from that city, shall he allowed to return >Monday, took in GREAT FAILURE) IN NEW YOUK.NEW Mississippi, producing much alarm amon ,
( and passage st
The following graphic and interesting the one they passed; up, and under lo their respective business or families therein the County boat, for Baltimore.accordingly Some idea be YORK Sept. 9, 147. I he planters. It is hoped, however, that
: nuy
the brow of the slope which Col. Riley without delay or molestation. time much gloom to-day busi- he lateness of its appearance hic|, i iso js
count of the late battles, has been condensed of the excitement pervading There teas among \ not
came down, from that position poured in afire I 10. The better lo enable ihe belligerent fOr td inform the caused the failure of Messrs. early by nearly one month as last;
this when we nese men, by ,ear
of on subject, -
from the account the ] \ Armies articles and to
correspondent county
of Col. 10 execute these
which swept in front Riley's the of the Prime, Ward 4 Cu For what amount is will enable ihe plant to make such
nf the New Oilcans ])elta. It towards their left fin'onhe of it is further reader that one of i1glsrr.tes f pro.tS
appears by column, then inclining I' great object peace the last not known nor is it thougltthalthcy them before the worms by successive reproduc_ .
the slatesments of, this writer that lh pro- joined in the nllac., of the troops outsideof agreed hctwcentla' parties, that any courier armed county with wen on of Revolvers and) a Bowie selves know.It tions become very numerous, as will protect r.
a pair
the left the fort. Gen. Cadwal with despatches! that eiter Army desireto
position for an armistice did not come from shal Mexico Knife.-[Norfolk Beacon, Sept. 4. is said they were offered 300,000, i the planters fiom ihe sweeping destruction,
ader followed the route taken by Col. Riley, send along the line Irom the city but that which blighted their hopes \lat
they
Gen. Scull, but from the city of Mexico, formed moved its and from Vera Cruz, ._ they would agree to go on ; year. Jr
and as soon as his troops were or vicinity to ---- - declined it. The statements wllch came cannot be disguised howevtr. thai

which may be. .legarded;:: a (favorable indication ] on to hissupporl. The first brigade, whichwas shall receive a safe conduct from the.Com- WpCJAUDVBRTjSBR.PALACHICOLA I ( out by the late steamer t caused! a run upon ; prevails ; and' the progress"uchIpprehen.jm Of

though had it been otherwise we bringing up the rear, had been ordered mander of the opposing Arm the house h deposilois anil creditors lo time next weeks will be watched with

should have; drawn no unfavorable conclusions to follow the same rule, but while it was 11. The administration) justice General between and S ; 25, 1847.: I such an ('XleU)as lo induce them to stop a intense interest.
on its march by the right flank: up the ravine :\Iexilansl according to the .TDS. -.---- .Tie first two bales of the new
_--. ------ - crop
from that fact. ---- -- came
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State Constitutions'and by the local --- - -- -
and opposite the foil, Gen. Smith or- once.The ihe Jih
failure of such house necessarily lo on August
nCr authorizedAsentsfurtheCuMAiEKCiAi. a ; being two
4' On the 17th the head of Gen. \\ orlr.'s. ,brigade to face to the left and advance -] authorities of the towns and places occupied, r The following seulleim-n. AiVEin-iKand art will created considerable panic in \\'allslu'cl.The Inter than the first receipts last year days
column arrived! at San Augustine, the enemy in line to attack the enemy's force in by the American forces, shall not be obstructed total receipts of ihe new growih ; and
uid or ddvertis-e- York of Thursday lo
receive New
receipt fordubacni'tions. Express up this
showing himself in tzs eat; numbers hut flank: -this mo'cmef! was executed in less in any manner. date are lOd'J) bales, ngainsi 140 halts
during the attack on the 16ih the column lime that it lakes me to write it-they met 12. Persons and property shall be respected i a""IVu.:- afternoon says- same dale last 6346 in 1845 rl
the ; CitEKVEis.Esq.., Albany; Ga.LljurJ.CK The stoppage: of the extensive firm of year and 57<>o
the the and by
direction
moved in of San Antonio. the enemy outside of the fort just as Col. in towns places occupied Luftiila. Ala.FOlPIEiIDEi'I'. iu 1814. Tliequalityofih.it

Capt. Thornton, of the Dragoons, in (protecting Riley's brigade; rushed into it-the enemywas American forces. No person shall be molested :-- --- -HAitmiAN. -- .- -.----- PrmpVIrd &Co. has very naturally, far promises well for time character recmedihus of
the Engineers in their reeonnoisance completely routed and commenced a in the exercise of his profession ; nor : general subject of conversation being generally of ihe
of the fortifications of San: Antonio, was precipitate retreat-their cavalry and ilfm- shall the services of any one be require I in Wall street. We are happy to say. how- II trop ; from good staple. arid|

Killed on the IBth. About 2 o'clock a I heavy try had been formed lo receive,the charge without his consent. In all cases where ZACHARY TAYLOR.ULACLWOOD'S ever, lhat; the firm of John Ward k Co. mostly Fair." ranging; Middling Fair to Good

rain came on which: completely drenchedthe but were compelled to give way to the bayonet services me voluntarily rendereIajtSt price -.---.-. --. -.---.. -.-. -' .- will not he affected by the same, althoughMr. .
troops and stayed for the day Ihe actionof -the rout was most complete and the shall be paid, and trade remain unmolested., .--- -- - E. i I Ward is partner in both firms. The TIIK COTTON CROP.-

both nrmics. During the night of the victory most decided! ; but while Riley's bri- 13. 'fhose wounded prisoner who flii)- The number :1.\GAZl of ihe above publication firm of John Ward & Co. will be (dissolved thing like an average cotton I hope in of any
August Ward' and' ihis
16th: Gen. Worth's division, with n part of gide; look possession of I the work, and planted desire to remove to some more ronvt'nu'llplace by the withdrawal of Mr. all (portion of lahamaor indeed crop
the 1st Biigade! occupied the hacienda of their colors I pOl jt, the other force continued bribe purpose of being currr of their came safely to hand-:a perusal of its their engagements br fulfilled. A new firmwill from which we have any region

San Juan tie Dio the pursuit down the road. The re- wounds, shall be allowed to ;\lholl articles afforded us much gratification.: be established, composed of ihe other sidered. at in pnd. Ccolnls-may The be con-

"On the 19ih. Gen. Twigs came up tieritmc force had to pass near \\'hef Gen. moh'station, they still remaining prisoners. members of the house, who will go on with deluging rains. the boll long continued,
worm and
wish: the advance. Gen. Snili his I light I brigade Shields'. brigade was placed to intercept 14. Those Mexican medical officers who SOUTHERN L1TEUARY MESSENGER.The the business. the / of ih the.. rust
I shall have number of this able None of ihe bills of Prime Ward & Co. place possibility crop; !lu.i" aj [li|
advancing, on the left, amid 'ol. lliley's loihe them. They, howc\'e. were not aware of may wish to attend the wounded September periodical 10 the last, out of the : Ii'V
Ca'III."Jf'r's ditected fire the of doing so, i if their services be after have yet come back but it is anticipated superor question bn-
right: supported by howitzer j it until t they received the well privilege reached, us as usual, promptly less we .should.) have late fall.Ve
*. which belonged to tl'" division of ofihcSouth Carolina regiment, which mow required.i its publication. The articles are unusuallyinteresting. hat they will be returned by the next stea: that in some instances i the seed in Ilr
Gen. Pillow. The enemy opened' his heavy (them down like grass btfore the scythe." 15. For the more perfect execution of m'I. I is also believed t that t the stoppage i ) bolls have newlyopened
other is .
Among matter, Judge sprouted making ,
liatlciies): from Conttetes, ;.nlthe advancing; The rout and ci ill were now: com I this agreement, Iwo Commissioners !hal; he will not bring down any other house. : dou
troops of Gen. Smith's brigade( engaged plete. I In t the fort, were ca pI nee 22 piecesof appointed, one h)each party who. in case 'Tucker's: address to the students of William CIRCULAR. Illc'while process immense of vegetation numbers of in ihe same plan, ; '

the enemy's illf tlltr '. These two biigadcs: I lrlill'I an immense amount of muni- disagreement, !hll appoint a ihiid. and Mary College. NEW YORK, Sept.> 9, 1347.We rotting from t the excessive grown bolls art 'Vit
nmoi5t
for more than one hour slIsl.inr.1the: fire of I lons of w'ar, and upwards of IJiOO) prisoners. "1(5. This corWllinl, shall: I have no force regret lo inform you lhat owing to The mire. .
planter's i is
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SOUTIIiilN CULTIVATOR.
several officers of high or effect unless approved by their Excellencies prospect 111r dispiritjn*
V2 pieces of aitillcry, mostly of heavy cali- :among whol were the recent failure of some of our correspondents and'
field the of the We publi-ih to-day; a letter t from the Hon. we are heartily sorry for it. The t ii tufp;
retire rank. The led dead the Commamleis; ,
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hie. They tvere finally compelled enemy upon rf'slf'Clvflr. in Europe, on whom WP hive a of too, would
after sustaining a severe loss in kiiled and upwards of 700, which we buried ; but his two Armies within I hour", CIIARLKS: DOUGIIKRTY: in relation to the I large amount of bills running, we feel it incumbent for our the city suffer if ii were not

wounded. Gen. Pillow had! ordered Gen.Vierce's loss, says our (:correspondent, wis much reckoning from the Cth hour of the 23d day procynn>; support for tie above paper and upon us borh from a sense of duty which ex.rnolf of the Hnilnwl./ I''. from

brigade to ihe support of Cu). Ri- larger, as the .Mexicans were still huiryiiigI of August, 184G.JOHN commend, the letter and I and as an act of prudence to suspend our of we may calculate; safej| ; an increase Hie
I Iry. At this stage: of the proceedings, while dead two days after the bat t he. The A. OmTu M:j. Gen. U. S. A. we heartily LOll t Very respectfully receipts here, over Ins sea-on. of 5.000
payments. yours
the battle' was raging: : the ( uemv appeared) troops of (he fort were commanded, by Valencia PJnsu'oiF. SMITH. Bvt. Biig.-Gcn. its object to the consideration of the planters (Signed) PnnuV.RD & Co. to Since 12.000 ihe bags. Ifru
on the. left (If the fort of Confreres, and in and those outside by Santa Anna.- : Brig.-Gen. U. S. A. of Florida. above was writ'enve fl"IIJle
A New York .
letter in the !
Philadelphia following in I the IL. ,
Wilcox .
battery ICNACIO MORA VlLLAMIL.BF.NITO tim "
The DK
rear of the village; of Ensaldn with a force two pounders Washington's Y
of 12,000 men, under the immediate command taken on the field of Utiena Vista by QUIJANO.A FLORIDA WHIG. Inquirer says- The cotton crop in this s-ftioo ff joiin-

of Santa Anita..e ihe, Mexicans, were recaptured] in this true copy of the original : The first number' of the above paper There is considerable excitement in try, though injured considerably by lie bollworm III

The 15'h InfIIIII"ul1ller Col. :Morgan; 10 ri." I G. W. LAY. U. S. A.. reached by the last mail: I is published \\'al street in-day, caused by t the suspension will be l far superior to what it wait

\vasthen ordered by (;en. Pillow 10 I lip support TIle enemy were pursued] to San Military Secretary to the General-in-Chief. in :Marianna. Fa., by B. G. & Co., of ihe firm of Prilf.arl Jc Co.. one last ) ear. This is he opinion ai least, of
LIDO seVera!
) of Smith's and IWt>y's Brigades.About ) .- ?p1'. I lie, rndcaved lo make a stand at \An-j : of our oldest Wall street houses. It is supposed prominent f.lrle' Last H'.r ihe I,
ihis lime Gen. Scott came upon the '. : i hey were finally compelled to take A MEXICAN ACCOUNT OF TiE BATTL12. and Edited by Titos. B. ALEXANDER. Esq. ) it was caused! by the failure of Giles caterpillar CClmllcec its wages here ;about rti1

ground, bringing with him Gen. Shield's. .. -4. in Chumbasco. At San Angle Gen. i An evening edition of the New Orleans ; \Vc congratulate: our fellow-citizens of ihe Son & Co., of England, extensive corn the first ( August ; it may he found now

hri 'lde ol volunteers.;. which was immediately ', .- :tsti timed t the command: ; and when Rational, gives the following particulars of i West on the possession of a public journal merchants. The proximate cause their in some farr though} it has not is yet

I ]- ordered, to the :iMmri:' fIr i ih,. forces the troops arrived at Culican. shortly after, I j the battles from the Sun Anahuar, of the in their midst. The counties of suspension was this : They were employed effected much injury and) it i is believed that p
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under (ten. ('.;'1". ''.I!.! ':>'1'1- m.. Twiggs.I: : as Gen. Scott assumed the command of the o \V3&hint- by Jacob Lulle lo purchase seven thou commencing so late: in the season, it cannot
Ilighl: ;l1'1'W"i :i ',J. f'm';iM:.. i' :: !'<'sv.i from whole. The position now occupied by the I'' 30lh ult. : ton, Walton and Jackson needed :a paper sand shares; of Norwick Stock and) they materially shorten the crop. The (boll norm

ihena'-ir" "i ''he! r.nud.1! ii ''. .htscommitid enemy (Churnba) was a very strong one, j jami "Two letters were received] this morning and we have no doubt but that the Whig" found themselves unable lo make good the is the only insect whi.:1 has materi.dlv; injured

fell li.-l: i tti I iiiC p.ritvt, i.s. .ipied by it being the last stand the enemy could j! dated Mexico, Aug. 23, 1847. These letters will come up lo Iheir wants and expectations money. the crop, and us ravtgcs; : are nut !I
Scuit rj !.i1f make in defence of the capital, he fought j j are from the best source and cannot be said enormous as I lhat of m ihe caferpillat ol last .
(ten. t. a< passed !i m:.:lit exposeIto ; ; in all things. Our city friends would They frankly they were unable to do .
the mci: "MiV'ney o/ thc w..t'//t"r.' \1! t'rll' with -Jesparatiori for more than iwo hours, j i doubted. They are (from Mexicans: of high so. and gave the name of their principal. year.-.l'mtgumer[ (Ala.) Journal.1'gs.tycz.iL .
do well advertise in the "
to it
dci'i;an! :'..ri i;oatfswj hrie: : !.\ '" -:,i"' 'i>- -dledmJ before the works were carried. Our loss at I respectability at the Capital) ;and adrreSf,1 to Jlg, as Iu one hour Mr. Little succeeded in ratsing -

:1 out" i Jr.ft adi'.JHciijjr: on :i it.i i J', "Viotislv 'ihis point was over 1000 men. Seven I I| commercial houses here. They say will have an extensive circulation among three hundred thousand dollars, the MATTERS IN ENGLAND.. '.

1ITJ)1IC4! ;J the 'ueiv.: : :.... ,.!. exu51ta! pieces of artillery and two stand; of colors i,; Gen. Scott attacked El Pinon-took ir. went those who trade to Apalachicola. whole amount of the Stock, but the excitement The Washington Correspondent nf rh* 1

"'ff mfantiy, :. '*"s-ij-v\ '- :'' ... mey apiei. were captured ; Gen. Rincon, with 104 offi.eer j j' around through Guadaloupe; where Viden- it occasioned him was more than his Baltimore Sun remarks I ihe intelligence
,', -. j'jctri'ier!' : ''; :i i-': ? !,ie howitzer ill upwards of 1100 nOnCOilnhmiSiOfl(1 cia was in command of GOOO In'n. (this was PENSACOLA "LIVE OAK." system could stand!, for as soon ns he had upon I r I"r
..t'r>f8 were <.rtiti"i i I by -M-n. Smith to ( officers :Illri\'ales. surrendeied as prismiers on the 21st) ;attacked: him anr took a great We regret to learn that ihe heath of Mr. mel the obligation, he fainted. In the course of the Cambria :

r,.'r-\ ".< 'att tact ;:hk<<' a'U'ii.Mn of the enemy, of Mexican loss in this number of prisoners, but night coming CuiuttKR: is such as to compel him to abandon of the afternoon, )1essrs. Prime, Ward) "The news from Europe i i.s: rather unfavorable. ,'i,"
*\ 'u!\C; !:-c in .'!" a tjTivtmeni to the right to ngagemeut; i is said to l be 5000 in killed. and tin fire ceased on both sides and Gen. Scot! I the conduct the above We Co., issued their circular announcing k : The money crisis H, England >I

-ity '. "' ':1!f lit": !'I,rmy's tlatiks. After passing wounded!, and out of a force of 30.000 men surrounded Valencia's troops. fhe next paper. suspension. i; far greater than even time London Timsdares in!

,I.', >'1'v '," ,)l-u and, irregular surface I here were I but (GOOO 11'1 left tie balance morning they were again vigorously! attacked 'rust, he may recover and resume his edito- Another New York letter in the Philadelphia / lo avow. I i is now for the firsi ti' ,, [ill-!)

nf :gnui': 1 i. and ci.--it):! the deep| ravines. being "ircl'ltldcll., piisoncis, or totally i ] and completely routed, leaving 4000, be- rial functions. r..alizt11 even in England, 11:1' a u 'IIm.t imcla I
lie otc; c"II.1 10 reaching! the villages of dispersed. I j tween dead wounded and prisoners. : American says- ( is no (blessing ; and) thai' in :' .>,.tn- .

'Kn< aldw." Gen. Smith being the ranking\ .Valencia had recei\'cr the order on the HON. H. II. WILDE. The all engrossing topic of the day in as other securities (private rniri :
officer (Gen. CaJwallader, :\ reported to him THE ARM(STICK. 21st to retreat on capital but he would The New Orleans papers bring us the Wall street has; been the !suspension of time will I afford lie s-tme safety id"invent tuft,'. I(

with four regiments: of Gen. Pillow's divi The undeisigned.] a'appointed, lespeclively, not obey it, and fought until his command melancholy intelligence that the gifted house(of Prime. Ward & ('n. This important wiih a larger interest, the bonds of the gnvernnent. *1.

sion. Col. lliley's brigade had crossed the the first three by Mij.1 (I'n. Windfield rII, j j was: nearly all cut down as we have: already Georgian, whose name: heads this house has been Chliel. by the stoppage with their reduced (repuihatril" : ) I'
ravine, and passed towards: (Confreres! aftera Coinmander-in-Chief of tlf Armies of I the j i said.j 1 paragraph ; of several corn houses' in London/ to interest, must snlT-r 1tlr..ia! I". The fri

strong body of the enemy, which he drove United Stat and the last t iwn: by h lu i i> Ex-'i j .While he was rr'treating in disnider. siv; has fallen a victim to the pestilence suspend payments as a maier t of prudence.Their I. British government i is nlw lairl\at \ar will
oT.( The enemy was now drawn up into cellenej D. Antonio Lopez lc Santa; ; \nmia, :, the letters. (;f'n. P"rl'a! on his rrnrch which now desolates! the Crescent CitTh ),.- I liabilities are between one and twit the corp.r.iiinns ; HIsb ill! see \\\iii\ \ii of uetWui

line, above the village on the right of the President of Ihp Mexican I'pHI.lc. ir.t1tiltlianderin.ChieI with 8.000) men to reinforce him : hut on Poet, I the JI'isl. and t the State-man' inillinn* of dollars.!; Their assets mii.t !II.. i is j the strongest Mv ir'i.-iiim i.:. eon- li.i,
ibit. This fur the ( lie disorder I in which Valencia's forces large, several of ihe wealthy : "sols will nit I fur \ I. r .'.
was a strong position ( of its A rniir !. met seeing! Ins been cut off in the midst, of his bright pal nets are f'ar" <>'ii. I."i .nilqiinled I ,
enemy. with full power which were duly \eiified weie retreating. they m Ilfr.fh'f'rH..al-1; and t ihehave i I large; amount of produce inEiagh.nil. ; at Of(; and" I Itt- Si fr.ey ?si:, '. .in-I ,Ifi .
Gen. Smith now ordered Gen. Cadwal- in the village of 'I'ic tibIi.; on I the 22d day (c in great confusion leaving a great nUI-I and useful career. :) IliIUcc.. will mourn The head' of the house.. \Ir., I Viscount Pam! "fori". wiM! :.,i' rf, min !irotn I

aler's force to be drawn upon the outer of August. 1347, to enter into ;an aimi-tirc her of It'all. wounded and prisoners. I his? untimely I decease.! I His memory will John \'anl.; is also of the house of John II the contemplation of Pennsvlvant.i. : lit.-". :'

edge of the village! facing the el'lC'lII"s' for the purpose of giving I ihe Mexican Gov- j "A IfIIJJ.iliol was then I nindc! II(f'nrrall I ever he cherished by his admiring country \\:irul ,\ ., tt I"1 will to nil, we.ikencd, t to their own di-.cniKnt.ii.' .pi>..,,.. 'ft, i''

heavy force on the left of the foil. After i eminent an opportunity( of receiving propositions :.. SII I ; ::11 armistice: of thirty' four men. A mighty one has fallen I in I hrael." of course, ti ll"1 extent of Mr. \\'.mi's inlerest :I British rntinri-al sh",//11. (f. "t' .. .I: na. i I it

making the proper disposition of his forces I for pence, from the Commissioner !j j hours. which he refused. ( en. Mori i VVilllnil ;hi it, \hi..1 is involved in the fall ol riift.al:: in 1111Iahll-:1! :.- t .., .( i piniuruy 'I'E

Gen. Smith now determined! lo attack t the :I'pointec by the President of the United |j was 1111 1 SPnt out to make' a new FLOHIDA COMPANIES. the other hnitv / hehmg'mg to I ihe Queeu.) :1.-i pimj

enemy's right, with Col. Riley on his left. ( now with the American Arm)'. I proposition, result of which was not We learn t that t ihe t Iwo Companies: commanded I is nol supposed! thnt the hou>e can in to )1('C'ti I Inch's ;* work m ..I".Ii..I": ,
Gen. Cadwalader on the tight of the former when the following articles were agreed. known. any event pay h-s. t than ?:. cents on the dollar about: l'8iW.OiUiOO)( or $.I.00t.flflo.-imO> A ,
returned iu fchf:1.1II'ut\ before the upon : I It is reported also that Santa; Anvim, vac : by Captains; Kelly and Livingston aud !should Giles-, Son & ( o., and Alexander I- loss id ten per cent on c"v..rnln!w'l.-
movement could completed opposed to the plan of operations; which, have; been ordered to Vera Cruz, and will & (.'n., pavwh.it ;indicate diintiiiiin i
night: approachcd i ART. 1. Hostilities shall instantly and absolutely $ ; : they a srt they \lirolll" :i .;> i 1'>',property -
-the enemy's line could not be cease between the Armies of the were put in practice by the Mexican Hoops, shortly cmbaik: from Peusacola.! Captain CI. ini lime. Ward &'cm., will i i i,undoubtedly! to t the amount (f ahmit .400,000.000.' 1.

seen-therefore the order war counter United States of America and the United but that the plan had h"f'l offered by Pa- Kelly has been assigned to the command pay everything amid e, itihiit :i /lar f SII'| !:I;>. [
manded. (;ezi. Cadwalader resuming his 1)0itiifl Mexican States within ::30 leagues of the redes who was with Valencia: dining the Messrs. B.inngs are pintiahly the largest; \\-J.\LTt OK HARVARD C'tti.rTie',
of f the force.
S\HSS
011 the outer side of the village. Col. Capital of the latter Slates to allow lime to engagement."All joint May ;IIln"Ihem. creditors. as t they' 11prl'ltd: a large bequests made! to Ill| ( .),;. :ililion aie f'ln- .
.iilcy's Biigade( was formed in a ,long I lane the Commissioner appointed by the United letters agre in saying that all was From the mateiial: of which the amount of 1 P., W. & Cn.'s lul!l. mtuis. |I" Iii- ''n'l.il; report r.flhf overseers .
nstde and! parallel to the village, the Rifles confusion in the capital. formed, md from the known The failiue. has naturally!( that
Slates and the Commissioner to be appointed Companies: arc : t produced' : a great oj Institution. \t notice nolle. tlwnnineteen : d"n.j"
m his left, and the} :3d Infantry on the by the :Mexican Republic to negotiate. "The letters to which we refer say HIM character of I ihe. gallant spirits by which deal of e\i'itemenl in the uiond c'ird.s.- i ''I'"I'41. wiurhavcrarrp I nur.: I ih.m .

.liu rctiyaiJ. But now,' says our coires- 2. This armistice shall continue as long :is home persons rC"illf'IIIII' IOI! of the Mexicans t they are officered! we coufi lently The great ('1111 Norwich f''- 1t' '. ll I per :: O.O()({f..1! The ;m'':,,|111.. funds! of IlleCulf. '.If i.
expect;
'ondent, imagine the position of this : to FOURTEEN THOUSAND but cent., be traced tin /
por- the Commissioners of the two Governmentsmay may; : : ultimately to stopIaze. Ci\'f'l tlr specific purjuMf the interest tIll 1
ion of the atmy, numbering :0300.() at the be engaged: on negotiations, or until that: it was very difftclt lo say exaxclly' the (hat; they will achieve honor anti renown lorthemselves nf u'hich onh is n--il. exceed <;j.' },un- .fi-r, '

'Utside, without artillery or cavalry, while the Commindcr of either of t the said Armies number."These. t :.tm.l.1 the State. (red thousand
he enemy in front and on the l leu had 19- shall give formal notice to time other of the letters are from Mexicans and 1 The following I remarks with tegnnl lo i the inent ft.ms funds u $40.00( D.'Irl.' '

100 troops (I those in the front said to be the cessation ofthe armistic, and for fortyeighthours then-lore we can be certain; that I they would The steamnerNutlito, 'apt. ?teAhli..tr Crop of in the Southwestern Theological 1 c rxc'f'I'II"J( I mU'f than SeO.iWO; (; )! -, f
!best Mexico,) with 2:2: pieces: of artillery, after such nOlice. not say anyhting lo their disadvantage, if the reached our wharf on Thursday, : evening; growing COIOI This opiileure is the lesuii of individual.liberality 'ci'

and among his troops about 7000 cavalr}'. It : In ihe meantime neither Army shall, were not certain of their being true."It last: being the first arriv.mi of t the season States are from ihs New Orleans of citizens: of >li sacliiispit 'I
was evident th;it some decisive action had within 30 leagues of the city of Mexico is reported that the loss of Gen. SC,11 from Columbus. Prices Cunciit ufilie 1st inst. [Stu' ILiren Herald- .:Lit:

to be taken; that some greatemm had to be commence any new fortification or military is very slal in comparison to that of the '. ff.llrf closing our remarks under this 'ne'nel

made and (;en. Smith and Col. Riley, seconded work of offence or defence or do anything cncm,. QUARANTINE.We he1r may be expected; of us to male WHAT WE ARK TO BK.-The wonderful !

as they weie, just the men competent to enlarge or strengthen any existing work Tin COTTON CROP.-The prospect of submit to the City authorities the some allusion t to lie probable supply flr the progress of t his country in populitmn IUIS.:
to the la&k.an; :J an attack on the main o fortification of that character within the the planter in this section of the Stale grows coming season. This we hive ever deemed! ... .' and \\'alh. has .. tilcllllc' astonishment of ...Ii,
of the
work was determined upon II.t.lthe movement said limiis. more gloomy as the season advances and question propriety of instituting an an extremely delicatemailer to touch upon I lie WI':.,. The friends of free jtiiitiiii"r> :Ih.in"l' 1

to take place' at 3 o'clock of the following 4. Neither Army shall be reinforced within leaves but little or no doubt that the crop examination into (he health of t those who as it involves interests of vast impnrtauce.; I e\r where have watched: this pr2rrsuh :

morning. the same.: Any reinforcements in troopsor will be a shorter one than the 1 last.V,* arrive at this port from places where malignant and is wrapt; in so much 1II'tIlillY at t ihis :admiration and have adduced! t hue success Ir.1|

The force of Gen. Smith was not munitions of war, other than subsistence, have just returned from an excursion of epidemics prevail. An ounce of pre- early period of.the season: that an indulgence which has attended (il fXIH'rimfII.a; a 111.
strong enough: to carry the enemy's works. now, aPlr.ching either Army, shall be some fifty miles into the country and aresatisfied I.ventoiu in anything lif a positive estimate triumphant iu..lrlinn nf ihe capabiltv: uf tit: ,,i.
visitation from destroying
and at ih') .same time lo hold sion of I avert a a -
>- may
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of 28 from would he the nbclie
leagues that the section through which we an uiipaidonable presumption$ people fil self government.But .
the village !but fortune favors *
brave
: .e ; the city of Mexico. passed will fall short of realizing half a crop. pestilence. Nevertheless we may; be permitted to speak wonderful I as has been our progr' 0'If
for while he was preparing for the attack, 5. Neither Army. nor any detachments The continued heavy rains during the last of present prospects so far as regards; the inihepa l. ihe lit,tire Ilroli.ts Mill tnorr

Gen. Shields repotted his near approach from them, shall edvance beyond the line two weeks have almost entirely destroyed Tit: EPIDEMIC.-The number of persons region of counliy tributary lo ihis market ; ;astounding ,developments. The foIli'\i"Jtalde -rl
with the South Carolina and New York it at present occupies. tlrii portion which had and was maturing- who have (alien victims to yellow fever during and i these we are happy; t to stare, would. i is taken Irmti Westminister K" Kill,

Volunteers. Gen. :Shields:; though outranking 5. Neither army, nor any detachment or wherever lie cotton: had fully opened the the seven days t>ending Saturday morning to i indicate; a more favourable result than f.t'1 view. I If in forty y.ars.lhe population of hU11,

Gen.'Smiih, Irad) too much magnanimity individual of either, shall paos ih. neutial I seed has; sprouted' I j in I the boll and destroyedihe at 9 o'clock, was 402 ; there were 427 carried was ilaillttl; la.st; year I I is t true that: the I:i this coui.trv is. declined to reach I the va!l *Z'gieg.ite hu.
to assume I the command), or to pluck limits established the last article off ihe week. The total i I .
by except maple; ; where the bull had: opened prevIous crop e, generally ; a in : seetinr. of nutl.titidred) and thirty .vn whit
the bright laurels about to be gathered by a underfiag of truce bearing the conespondence SI sufficiently to Inc admit I the water it number of interments in I the city for I the Mimplainl i is made; of damage, many by "rust, and liii tutu its of souls. what iremendous rsinfli.j foiL::

brother soldier in carrying one of the euefly'S between the two Armies, or on time ately rolled and! became entirely worthless.irlwci- same period is 544 ; the previous week, 533. Ihe ravage of lie hllwnln. which are consequences silIlI! m ics rest upon our rulers A ruiii'i'Jvviih iluc
strongholds and accordingly he movedsubject business authorized by the next article and In the above are nut counted those fruit, of lime such ii 1
: This is I the case with allhA( cotton that has: excessive rains in June and a destiny, should he 1\'f'I hj wil.
to the command of Gen. Smith.-- individuals. of either Army who may chance or was about lo mature-composing nearly this city who have been ill.ree at Lafayette. : July and lo which we have frequently,)' al- \IS" men, whose policy "il I !It..1 lolhesp.y C
Gen. Shields' brigade/ was then placed in to straggle within the neutral limits, shall, half the crop as this i is ihe season of the The Charily; Hospital, during; the luded) in our usual market reports. But ) d.velopm'llllli. hiiMen, rt llrc"*. I IIh"J
of
the village KtoaMo: ) to cut off the citemy's I by the opposite parly, be kindly warmed off, year for ihe ripening of the lohls-aud but week ending Saturday evening exhibits the within ihe past few weeks the weather (with and) I lo t ihe early construction ;md imp"'"**
retreat from Contrcres or to lake the or sent back to their o n Armies under flags nu"he of admissions 350 and lOt) deaths the of of Chits
\ very little has been gathered up to this exception the |la-t; few days when ment every required, coimmuimem cia! farili'J-
reserve of the in Hank if he should I
enemy from fever there 445 admissions
Cf-Irucl. I lime.I yellow ; were rains have again been rather The *
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frequent) has population of Auienc.i t\a ci l"lh"
change his front. 7. The Amercan Army shall not by The weather has now become settled, and and 128 deaths the previous week. In been highly auspicious fu:?Le maturing of was supposed lo be, in 177t u. :-111.d- 5II/l' 1 I-
At 3 o'clock on I the morning of I the 20th violence obstruct the passage from the we hope will continue so for some lime-in Lafayette there were 115 interments of yellow t Ihe crops; awl should a long ali favorable A ctuitu was officially taken for the iirt ,. '11,11pnd.| |
the movement commenced, which was so into the Mexico of (he (lever for the week against tune in 19. 3y2 .
open country city which event there will be 111he pre- picking season ensue it be
probably about may reasonably .Agdtn m 1 ) S.3091S20. !
chow that appearerllu.fore the head. 5
daybreak (0.
: of food to the vious week.-[N. O. Times, :
supplies that th
ordinaiy ; ; necessary half a crop gathered in ihis section of the expected something like an average 1810. 7::
-ef Cadwaladei's brignde (ommenced ascending >:i..i'':M'iionofthe inhabitants or the Mex- yield secured : of
el:1 country. Some Idea may be formed of the may ; ihoughit is confidently ] 9,1 6 f
the ravine at the village. As soon within the shall the SMALL BUSINESS.-A New York I 1830, ,I. tOIJ,
asserted
nor
i' -,!! Army city ; effects of the rain upon the cotton when we I paper lhat. what with the backwardness 12 :
as Col. Riley ascended' the 'hill and came in I ,'I] .. authorities civil do : that while Gen. Tom Thumb of Of which the whilf.wer 1.6.( dl'il
\ ,l or military slate that the corn standing in the fields has Says was exhibiimg Ihe plant, the damage by rust, boll- I. blacks ( i
full \'i..w "f lie enemy' ihey opened a a any "tlo obstruct the passage of supplies sprouted on the stalk, and much ruinedin at Hartford, last week, he offered worm, &r., under) no future circumstancescan free colored- 2,08 319,5 "I n
severe fire UII Jilt' s fotces. from the the needed the oft $500 reward for a child as short himself -e
c.y or country by consequence.-[Eufaula as ; a full crop be made ; and even the pre In 1840. a census was again taken, nod the I
Our then continues who could walk. Mrs. of Jisymi1i.u
American Foley
correspondent : Army. a woman sent favorable ioB
comparatively prospects would numbers were 17.000.000. A cacul!
Col. ISili'v: it'H'w! out 5ns two :lr""I( divisions 8. All American prisoners of war remaining .RACAs.-'Ve learn that I fight occurredat that city, thereupon presented her little he hlighlrt to a serious extent by an early be made from this without enumrral* :IU
; !iuiruifshfts ) said, Now' the hands Mexican and Drummond Accomac daughter one old, and inch I less ; may :
ts all boys on ofthe Army Town County, on year one n addition to this, and as a further ing the odd numbers beyond the niiHiuS*
give them he!!-close ill with thum. and lei not heretofore exchanged, shall immediately Monday last, between Judge Bayly, member than the General ; yet she could walk alone. I modification of ihe comparatively encourag and supposing thai the increment will C01"

the bayonet dfi us work,' and hi* command or ;I!soon as practicable, be reslorctto of Congress, and Mr. Finney, Dne of the The reward was therefore fairly won ; but ing prospects alluded, to above, we are tinue at the same raiea it has occurred ID Tber
rushed down the slope with a jell anti enthtma the American Army against a number Representatives of ihe County growing out the man of smal dimensions creeped out to remark that within the last day or two sorry the past, the result: (arise: ,
"enough; to stuke terror to the having regard' lo rank, of Mexican prisoners of ihft late division of the M. E.,Church, in of a small and said; he offered the authenticated accounts have been "fI following \iI !

heart of the boldest; while; the tear "f his captured by the American Army. which Mr. F. was shot in the tlilgh: by ihe amount for a child of such a description from the interior, declaring in positive terms There \i be in 1850ISCtl -- -- -- -- 2It 31J to I I, ,

rotnri.uid moved stcad.ly forward as if they 9. All American citizens who were established Judge. The excitement i is said lo be intense and refused to pay it unless the mother that the real caterpillar worm-the I 18701906 .t.25't C.r
were a\ made of one pitce. Thft in the city of Mexico prior lo the existing so much so, that the Judge, who it is would) give him the infant This of course same species that caused o such army destruction I H h',2'2.' Pen,

and ;lit rl.ut Rule Regiment, aJferl war, and who have since been expel-i said was imprisoned in the Jail apart of she would not do. to the crop last year-has made its appear.S I u ibth) _- -_ __ _. }9.919 3.l ,,; m3l1I

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-'! MOSEY I Iol1Jt'riul which were shipped in its crude state-the TO THE VOTERS OF FRANKLIN c- \Ve are authorized to say to the voters of TO TilE PUBLIC. THE NEWYORKSCIENTIFIC

o\ iJtist h kicked up insets largest PotIon being diMilled in the Slate. Franklin County, that JAIE F. FARRIORwill TilE HOME JOURNAL. AMERICAN.

41: ': of%our l bJ a little shill- The elimaicd value to the( makeis is over COUNTY. serve them in the House of Representativesof EDITED BY l\lORRIS&WILLIS.

; lrlJ tigUrcJ pa(0 $1,700,000.uinually.. About 4000 or 5000() the next General Assembly, if elected. rCELI:ltU EVERY SATURDAY UJ TUB CITY OF Third Year. -

I1tlIS.reprc5dhh1ti&1" that every pood laborers are ell a'cI j in making it. There In ot'rn myself to you as n candidatefor August 21. JiEW-TORK, This popular Scientific and Mechanical Jour.

I''lit 111".1'ii nlOOr Y. he litcopper are now in operation about 150 mills. valuedat ihe elIr at the approachil .elcclion. . .'It Tho Dollars per annum. nat, (which has already attained the largest circulation
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DIll'' lisfirst o $:-5.000.) This u number of Mills t E lo have ciicumstances of of of th(
recent occunence weekly the kind in
creSb0r among any paper
widl. -t"a"1111.t would! bids INTELLIGENCE. IN November last, we commenced the publica-
COO.OOO)
flutlic1Ii1t1
1, "arlh.lll1i.l0! a it-quire us would stern to argue some explanation: !J11RISB lion of this family new paper on a new and novel world,) will commence its THIRD VOLUME
jinnii.illv -IIKIIr I than I is 11I00.It'-whit hi. .
I all I : now ; I
the WSII.ztHII
i' I. No similar work intended contain the .
< plan. on Saturday, Sept.25th,
)OO.1noney men will .111. .it is an io1l.cit lutl tint the t di-tilhiig I business on my part. OF Al'ALACIIlCOLA Sept. : I of the and litera-
[I.I IIrqu1rt' It. P 2 PICK news, elegancies, opinions Each number of The Scientific American contains
To 1'f race I? u,! 11II1..llil. is overdone.DKATII The most of yon are aware that i meeting ture of our lime, to CULL from the wilderness cf
from FIVE to SEVEN ORIGINAL MECHANICAL
I lbl'lrt'arcfllspen"t'tI "II li. l-horind --- of the Democratic p.uly of this county was AKK1VEU.Ptpa'rEufaudM'NTanRltonfmChdttahoochee.. the hour's ever flowering caprice, and to RESCVE .

'; ,11,0,1 11111 1'1, iTWlp fII e : OF TIIK Ho>. R. I B.] \Vu.nK.Itis the good things else lost in the bewildering float ENGRAVINGS; a catalogue ofAMERICAN
called last for the
,' elHfllfl'd. hClnflr.1\,1 fnt'n.I'llIp .:.e with deep it :rct (sa'slhc\.O. Bulletin) on Saturday, evening pur- Steamer Votion, McAllister. fin Columbus.PASSKNtiCKS. age of novelties adrift, had been previously attempted PATENTS as issued from the
2 "bI.'allllll! of for the .
nomin.ilinj
pofe ; aim -------- -- by others.
.2.je. callilllf.S Patent Office each week notices of the
'l'f' flOI. That have
plt'r election. On that evening an as- we labored successfully in our vocation
,
U I I.lie prn.tching;
. I'' red. I'fr-.n" I lIierly' 1111 are epidemic, of the Hon. R. 11.1 \ViMe. Mr.Vildp Per steamer EIIa'I-\\0 A McKenzie, lady and produced a paper remarkable for its interest of all new MECHANICAL and SCIENTIFIC

;. Zlfff. then robbpiies.uid mil r- \ wns ) seinblnpe of persons of both political parties and -j-trv't Rev > I 1.lkoIr Hulynian. value and popularity and one adapted 'to inventions ; instruction! in the various ARTS .

I rlotll..tfll. au,1 Ill" tlC.1I,et t 'resIsinraiiiy. formerly) a (distinguished' member as \\1 :as individuals precluded from votingin Per tteamer R Wood and the wants of ALL CLASSES OF SOCIETY, we have and TRADES, with ENGRAVINGS; curious

.." I(, ;1 religion I of Conciess from pori. hut for the family, Cai l EV Hogers, Mr Curry. sufficient evidence in our extensive and rapidlyincreasing
.dlirt' -: ( our SI'II. met at the place designated. Per steamer Kutaula-Mrs Turner and child, PHILOSOPHICAL and CHEMICAL expert-
,I. kicked out of 4lLJot? : last few resident! of New circulation in the universal commendation -
.a.eM-nV. yearIMS been Capt S sutton i: M"ClIy Jos S M Scott
:flf i fl l' thing ,' r A ch.iirman; and I secretary were aploinled. May, "the public press, and, above all, in the ments ; the latest RAIL ROAD INTELLIGENCE -
'fO
cl
Sr every 11 Jos GlIurd.
rar are Orleans ami leading member of the hare \VI H. st,
a
I rtfelll1ll' flaltcrrng and cordial IN EUROPE AND AMERICA all
)lo, r.r.! I but without ;adopting any rule to govern its encouragement approbationIf ;
.:f. mor.f"' us[ lie WS universally respected: and hOlo\'ct the RECEIPTS FROM THE INTERIOR. our numerous LADY READERS in every the different MECHANICAL MOVEMENTS
at once
so common among proceedings, meeting proceeded
section of the
; tftn'cirr in this where his death has Per Meamer Eufaula-1 cotton \Vylie country. in series and I vfith
notice of them. In"lff city, produced candidates the b.ll & published a ILLUSTRATED
blil\llle I to nominate and ballot for McKenzie; > bx mdz lo J bteverson Nc Co The scope, design and character of the HOME

'Af. Itlte speculator-! are lookinghe a profound, !sensation in the community, and present were indiscriminately called Per steamer non-6 bales
we loin in the rabble, and : will be received with ; regret throughout persons Holmes; 1 bx mclz to 1J W CoHen; 2WOlbssupr heretofore established. The contents are fitted &.

"urpn"l' irre' as fast; ;is the fa.- re:1 on to deposit their tickets in a hot, and Hour to order. to engage ihe attention of the man of business, .C.It Is in fact a that MERITS the patron

.bP.ti1lh loafer is too lazy ihe country a large, as by reputation though but few responded to this invitaion Per steamer Eufaula-3 bxs tobacco to Wm G and be a source of elegant instruction and entertainment paper
rf'cUIIr.11l1l1t% of all MECHANICS and MANUFACTURERS -
Potter \: Co Preston I do to D GKiney *
; ; ;
; 'h" he t known nod esteemed to the domestic fireside and cir-
: xvas mo" favorably family
and look
"II taDJ all day lon all.J' without distinction, who chose whether I IJHigs. ; 2500 teet lumber lo S llogue; sacks corn throughout the UNITED STATES
cl' and it combines the and tovel
attrac-
te "iIHICI'ith itching finl throughout the whole Union. : S ; 1 lot puinilvuib to ; 1 lot tkms striking
I ro"l'r's of the I(i Democrats, Citizens or ForFglus. to T utuni: 1Lapradl ti m of the new paper with the more abiding interests and should be in the hands of EVERY ONE

.Ininrd! eyes the .s sight I Marriage either sets rid of-your devils! by exercised! without objection this priviletje. IIcIISOO.p of the higher class of periodicals. It is that feels an interest in the advancement of
t VjSreatlout:: -t ) before hut). I It ---- -- printed in the folio form on large and
; superior
t would, an inhabitant of some the presence of an an el-or else !it supplies I And for aught that is, or could be, known lo STATE OF FLORIDA., paper; on a new clear t>pe, obtained expressly Mechanical or Scientific improvements in this

I itit t11W'' he were permit.ed. t toI' their place with one whose name i lo Legion. ihe contrary) mum than one ballot were. deposited Calhoun Couuly. (for the purpose ; and isin its whole arrangement tan Country. '

r;net fflOZli 10 Sf'e w I hat is n.iti! olTlIIaII.ne [From the-Southern- ----Culii\ator.- ] in hat by the same. person for YE that it is nerehy ordered, that -] detail, a m. t favorable specimen ot t the best It published in QUARTO FORM, conveniently -

rfa I Ignorant 1 himself I KNOW Loll, Executor on the Estate ot Mary1'liomas typographical skill of the country. In addition adapted to BINDING, and furnished to
j ystem. 4.5 lo 5OOOO Subscribers the same candidate. As might have beenexpected to these t and as one of its most valuable peculiar-
I' her ihe abuse of \hlte late[ ol f jid county, deceased, i:herebyauthiTicd Country Subscribers at the LOW PRICE ol
:
"'""' or yjt him: AN'O HKU PUOI'OSITIOX the entire ptoceedings of this to sell the following Real Estate of tie*, it is, in reference to the diversity of talenteOlplo't'd
1 to
,I'i would sorely pu/xled ]i upon it, the cheapest paper in the TWO DOLLARS A YEAR-ONE DOLLAR
I and hu..lleas The Publishers fool especial pleasure ingixing meeting \vft; one scene of disorder disturbance the SJid decease1N :-
this stir
,hdt a'l! : to t ihe 1 following comrr.nnieaiioii E t ot ccti .n 22, the S E J of section 23, United States. IN ADVANCE, and the remainder in Six

Llld, | : would he think that nohjrct. \ and, place of the I Honorable: and irregularity. As it commenced! the I S W i of section 1'1. the S E J of section 20, .1.* all the back numbers of the work are en- Months. Address,

nt :and no more valuable ln-a- IfllI"ilinl Chares so it ended and its conclusion wis worthy the N E J ot section 11, all Township 1, Ran f ti'tly (xhaiKted, we have this Jay Saturday, MUNN PubliiBew .
.,i rII.1 |Iwlf' .' pioduced) such a I DnlIII", .\Thel! It .\ (,( ;i I have no desire to S, North and \Ve-t ; and the S E J of section. 23 the %lst of .1uvM, increased the edition of the & CO., .

'? ,,',,,1.11011011' a-that whiih racks II every 1 pljnier and friend of Agriculture of its co'nmenccmt-nt. in Township 2, of Kmgu S, North and Wet. HOME J OUitA Lfor the express accommodation 12S Fulton-street, New-York.

,. ..[: l"l-. ol' hmnaii t.ill'J.I: ill ihe veveral Si.ites; of Sooth! C-trohna. comment upon the scenes enacted before The above Lands to be sold lor the benefit ot (W/.NEW SUBSCRIBERS, and we therefore respectfully POST PAID.
i,, s i Tit! Jf-1' -
Tennes-.ee. Mississippi, who the and of said deceased. request that all who intend taking the
,.Illlte! .ieeo uit lor the overwhelm- ,, Flnwla.I.lhala. n> on that night-those were prominent the legatees, creditors TilE SAVANNAH GE UGIAN.
i: !i ir IjfIui'.lnl.; Aikansas I Texas and (ienr 'i.i.CenainU. Given under my hand and seal, there paper wttt commence their subscriptions with the *
huh private
,!,, 4LI|: money piodnre- aclnis most share the responsibility IN announcing the fact that the undersigned.
S I ( could he i ill these States there is i sufficient being tim) seal of ollice, this 6th day of! September, present 7lUm er.TerlllsTwo
';!.\'t.II"I.! IH*, .iitd little ec ill interest in the t themselves. I am glad] to have it in A. D., 1517.. Dollars a year, or three copies have associated themselves togethei in the Editorial
among
,
its for pride ;'11 eneigy .1t of THE SAVANNAH GEORGIAN .
11..1a :10 I'f1IJ JIIS'f'SSurs. for fivedollars, invanbly in advance. Department
TH05. L. TYRES L. S
the Democratic ,
:: [ ]
: furnish that I believe -
cUIIOtitutiun.1 rius, of Southern Asricnltnre to power) to say ," we take this occasion to to 1 the
j !)I''I''S ''he broken my of Probate for Calhoun The HOME JOURNAL is sent by mail to all say patrons -
.-r .*. t'll' ril'i| .'d :ijt1' the I FIFTY! THOUSAND) suUciHiers to the paily does, and at the ballot box will, Judge County. parts of the Unit-d States the British Provincesand of that paper, and to the public generally
f inr c; The above Lands will[ be old at the iiou..eLines of
t o'dv wjtljin their limits devoted exclnsiv that arrangements have already been made for its
'e.ll's.llId'rISllt! t bh.od wuhulfn h i paper: discountenance the actors in some of the Nails the fitteenth of November to Europe, done up in strong wrappers,
.1 'he laws w'wli) .-U: to I that I noble! c.t mme. What say our 0: Monday day with the utmost punctuality and despatch. material improvement in outward appearance-
.,.u,, .\I"r..I .H j I : comic rejirckcnUttwns with which we were nr.\t. Terms of sale, one-third cash, the orders and that no pains will be spared to elevate and
lie rerniltaces all
and
1i. 'iM' IIi" I 11"1:1 I,. aie i hey' re.idy to rally nround, t Subscriptions, communications -
it. '\ WI balance in and Persons vMshni
,II, IIIIJLI j pf'rulI 'P i. ( ." and i make ..mutirihv on the occ.iS'on.; : Il is \cl known one Iwoyeirs. must be addressed (post paid) to the sustain its character as a commercial paper ard
,, |f"1!1allli; hI..I." ". 13 .* -'- < .IIUTIUr: : CLTI'\'OI ra"orcr to buy Limls in Florida, will do well to embrace I Editors, GEO. P. MORRIS, to fill its columns with interesting and profitable

: .utr.fl;!'.; a tljiti-; i''u' ; f, -'" r ..I' ..1 I of IIel""I., .. and) the f..II. thai a lare number of Democrats, who thfs opportunity, as the above Lands comprise: : N. WILLIS, matter. We feel most sensibly that to render the

's". to ?' the work ? If so. now's nf sjood, if not the best, in the State and .
., ..ifr-e>. 1.1.lil were present and among the ret i myself, I some as Auust; 21, IS 17. 107 Fulton-street. Savannah Georgian such a paper as the growing
:::1" tiow's the hour Let them eninll "st suitably adapted to the cultivation ol -
:,,n IK l i 1II.1.rt'a-'ut'.: .. itio-H-y : nine- not recognising the as>embly as a Dfmocratic m ea interests and population of our State and City require -
,. ,... i. 'i iht-ir na-iie: on the list. Let no nun Island Ci'lton, and Spanish or Sesjjr Tobacco. q dicersity of labor mutt be expended
|Io..I\i .\ .1 ,.t 'tit a< ">2 Apalachicola Exchange.
I rr t'Turt.--I'ach anti all meeting, refused to participate or haveinvihmg LUKE L01T, it such determined to furnish.-
I stuvl! aloof m tin-!, : : can upon ; we are
.
l"t' .i iiriK
| i f: .: if WiH1. : THE subscriber inlorms his friends
: i Executor of Mary Thomas: dec'd. We shall strive to make its columns pleasing tall
*ii- do! itie.thin; lint to the : t to do wit iis proceedings not! at and the that he has become
.t" !It"HII ; public in general.
n.i" ..,! r i.i' I ; lrol.iliol Calholl County, Sept. I G, 1l7. 37-2m ji reader, and while oar humble support"shall'
.' 1'I.f: : "' "'-li.tr ho II I TI tie PiOftiitots of t'ic '('tm Cultivator. the tune understanding: tint: it was; intended the Proprietor of this above well be given to the great principles upon which the

..,..t. "tt'' .t'IU Ill III- AT HENnosh: Anc"jst! l>17.GRNTLriirx ;. In lil few: operators to render ridiculous Calliouii Circuit Court. known house, and wilt be pleased to entertainany Democratic party has planted itself, believing

: r... I.- : l 11'wtlultl! Idr'ael Moses, Petition 'tor Foreclosure of of the travelling community that may favor these principles to be essential to the perpetuityof
I'I I hat' wtih t I icat s"lii affair became disgusted amid returned -
:- & lnt i.'ft the whole him with their custom, and will also accommodate -
; Male freedom and the advancement of
..: "'rl.t4' 'fl .' 'fu-. tue Mortgage on a Negro our national
.11 'a.ltour! fiit.its; to nuke te SOUTHERN ( before the losing nomination. S resident boarders. The bar will always be
ih I honif long i Ebenezer Hoyt. Slave Danel.E. our national welfare, we shall studiously avoid
HIt -lit** ii'tur:ler vv I ad ofouttii'rn ,
p < the :
I : % ot |Trid? patrol age supplied with liquors of the choicest
'IT'r'rlh
.tin and BENEZER HOYT William G. M. genuine all rude collisions with views and opinions an-
',' I I 'I..U\\III"' ; Indi-.ie-i family' Fdrfiif': *. P.rll tae t.a' tiui. vni with lich the curt umPItd. Davis quality. JOHN PATRIDGE.Apilachiola .
tic toour To render our the
ted in the tagoni own. paper
and mtere
all 01
,. !, ij.f, would! wipe 'U\P l xosjr It!I now remains tube *fcn: declared contest persons Equity Nnvr. 11 1516.
i I" "<-! \ tl2 ] < ., : ,1'1 !1. .v to -*>e tnnre clearly' \1.1! t he:tlc riuiervi11 d" I heirS Oci.iber. Arid it is Redumption the calm unflinching advocate of
the in principle yet
; taanite-toil bv Sontl: I crn Far- on hi t Monday i mortal-Ted Ebenezer Hot to John W. Uabcockon U. S. MAIL FROM ,
,' .i .:' i""-:2 -an lf brought Lt-I ddl'IIct. there the Ttii of Feuruary, 1 ISl'j, secure to the Southern institutions, the vehicle ot ,amusing and
fact of remafk, tii" although I day 1 Chattahoochec to Fort Gaines.
-Ii ., !i'i :: i.. ,.'l 11 t ii"! iiitihittid ufl j jr "\pr: 11.\ard, v .ur ) lallf"la alv.itr worthy iid Babcock, or his aj.uns, the principal sum instructive thought upon all proper subjects,
bretliren' dt-r! :
tu-! tbu.2 better. Tbey th po\er t peridical -- JULY next this Line will be
klfw t" ,
( II welcome
.. the first '" t ih m i lmirry.niiicof take notice that the !d ,-in a word to make it a visitorat
"i''. '1'1' ." .i/i Z'i j pu.'t'sSLidl and >ubhcatiojin: no nomination: \' (I. till) per annum, will ?a mort- .,
j-iunials ] in TWO-HORSE
> : ? run regularly
the the-
the merchant and mechanic
,is; M 1.11. md -uch ith. lol\\t'r :>r.>nj,!&n.j a'it eu-"r.cwspaj, al I t!ht' ?ncnnrj. and slips! paper: found in I': hat s'Juic ofllirl gat. has been as"i.. :ei! valuable! considerationlo S'l'AGElime undersigned, having the contract student once to and the farmer, shall be our constant endeavor -
the time limited for the
1ur1111I1"I \\I-lIlJe aid.!, The love .t tin Ttitfll. .\ t!hI niliue-ice ol Asr- pla ltl-anc payment the Mail this route intends
s-i Thlkll. number it is to on to
being llanl. I of i :t -t the c-irry ; and if, in addition to this, we shall
.1 { std s'un S': -l I 4))J. a'd interest thereon,
(
i0ey 'is ih roil of: ll Pvjl. I iClitral! Siiciclie-i, ad: t ticy! I loru and k, give eveiy facility to Travellers who may wish to be enabled extending oorcirculation through
Cj by
thereby has filed his for ,
1 x\'p; bavin; epud, plaintitf' petition
potlion put
nrll a : n ;
id t.itMiah these things may seem :h"'f iii. I""WI 1 tie Circuit Co-irt Calnoun tdke this roote, by Columbus, Ga., North. the interior, to strengthen the ties which bind
foreclosure t
..- :'I.- in.ud: that! bto'is, I IlIiJ: fi.uusu ill 'I other t ratio-, prof',,ions :rd! vrjcation ciz.'w.th ll'iics. and other person-; .1 entitled to j ind will in apply lor ui of the same county at- Good Staga", the best of teams, and obliging our beloved S.ate and City together, and to'
m1it. ail 1 le ititnite! mean.\f"r |innin.tiru.nil forfco"urp drivers, will always be provided and in a word,
at ; and feeling
of
the, a- hat
"' I 1" III''IWIH) 'lunk of the lull v eu : vote : the "I.'tll As i ievi t"tje I lime December torm ot n3vt ensuing.R secure that oneness sympathy -,
'. ecu'nii; thvir iiert--ait! pro- every pains ( essential to the prosperity of both,we shall
: f t '.'..z 'II i', iiu tRnd! an honeti r' J. ; fur Pi'ff.l:
,. )
r ,nuJt l 2': 373mITI
,
in i ni'i-u'v. ii:ljtcons use ?tpINIPr 1517.
'I I I I ::1"11:nvv. r an principles h'.iall be appropriattdto ll'iiiy candidate(! for one of the ('Olll\IITI-I who may choose this route North. To enable us to continue our present connection -
S. .1- t'ic: I\'I"e! pnrj'
-> I' I 1 u' gJarv of (lO-l! WHO II j .' "' have n11"\-r tt! -urn'7i"S! and Lave ces was iruned and voted :or. and act uII: )I .\thcn nll Bou'liu? Saloon. TUESDAY and FRIDAY, at 6 A. M. ; arrive todo, in the way, of improving The Georgian**

| -u. rc'i'v' ;.'i ilims to tgijny. !! WTn'IIn,vrn'idrrs in behalf of each. came within four voles of being nominated i rl"lEu benhlr bgs leave to announce to his at Fort Gaines next day, by 12 M. Leave Fort we must look for an increased support from the-

n .v I i -.4 I1II but nut a rnas'eri i 100 anl rai.e'it t'.1 i-ti'ut.'! t.iP: two creit Tlusf speak; (for t Ibo.f.I'es. ali are !I is 01.1,1 tile ,1I011C generally, that he has I Gaines every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, public ; such we now solicit and confidently expect -

". : i I' 'II ,,1-11 tnotl :JH-t.l I \ :. 1.1. i i"(-r tlie$ l I"u.-r. the dit-alI! ci-1'I fa.t bi'C'iiiieS"le |prielorot' the above establishment, at 1 P. M. ; arrive at Cqattahoochte next days, WM. H. BULLOCH

.' ,'. -" :15 I '.,,,."ol"ot tlj-c-, but -. h.,v# ,'. i-n> ill tint!' s'lM-rd K rejuired.Fr .- conclusive tll the Dein') -rtilic par\was a-il !i'r1t.'s b..' !pm: er imna emej't and strict atti'iitioii \ by S P. M.Perons HENRY R. JACKSON.

.. A"III" the Fai :!ifr they !have. Vie <1'qlr.ti\.tly: i ] not prnpcily represented by ihis meeting ; '! to metit a contmuaiice of the patronage travelling from Columbus! Ga., via I -
: .
:1 "flhi -
M ': ISI-ltl. I
-4j" I 'ht3. Ce.'n'tito d CM"J the djtscles! (I' the time. I ojecfrdt1utirli I beiel-iSore[ s'> liberally bero\ved upon the Houao. Foil Gaines, Rlakely, Chattahoochee, Quincy, to : TERMS: .
MUU-J tPUlplt ,:. huod! i a'.l '!.P hue' "I% llic idiii'iow! ; ;utd tliei and btliivir.g! so at All persons indebted to the au'C establishment Tallahassee, will find this! the dMt expeditious THE DAILY GEORGIAN i is published in
'jt1.la. tf
.11 .- I. t.i .j\j ie 111 tln JIMS'' r'id'uc.! C4Hiii2 10 UN aid floe! -c-!(("I matli- ( s'Aicifed) to have: my' name: brought I \\iMcon5er! afivorby; s.-ttlin I i ; with the ub'rilJl'r. route. Savannah at TEN DOLLARS Pea AwNUM.pny-

,". '' > lf llfUK'--y. llll 1"f. 1taw s lioia tt-n JOHN B. JONES. T. D. WILSON able semi-annually in advance SIX DOLLARS -
: *:.':U"(, l-s: iwrt.-fvd their proclo-ion I be ,1" '!1' 'he lawof Uod.v '. u' 1 uriJri Jiiid.! Ap1ac1mic.la, April P, H47. 13-lf Q.inev, June 26, 1517. aug14 31-Im FOR Six MONTHS.
tdul1)Z b'' anaketuii fi' m amon the last to object to a regular nomination THE TRI-WEEKLY GEORGIAN, for the
: :! i\-r" tf : : Txveiity Dollars lte\vnrd.
\ '*"d1A tsi'tin i'1i i tlj' i.1f 1 -I'I i* HI' di-po-ed tl avail !wn- by my p.uiy or throw :any blacl: WALTOX CIRCUIT CO URT. Country, is published to meet the arrangementof
U \'eJ'-1 J'IZ t t'e ;! '* alt He I In C2UU1CCI'). WILL be paid for the apprehension the mails, three times a week, (Tuesday,
'! *'t i OMrliinf*. f'f' s ,"f "! a11 .ric'fE caalo ol" nominee, but when see
lit the its
; .11.1 Iir-r fi-ti i i .\. ni'-re ..'<'.Ii illy thvi: hy Sfppltli; ig way. Ci radius ( riimtliiii,, ivf. j\ ano delivery. ot a NEGRO MAN named I Thursday and Saturday,) at the Office cf the
: !
ii ie ( 1 T u-j ,t.1 -u-e a I lew Ilt'r.led! I individuals! stoop to such > Petition kr Divorce.Tathi 'cjj LEn, who ran away from Macon.on Sun- DAILY GEORGAN,"and contains all the intelligence -
\ "(.' uly as !'! %v .r- nl .* u I: !. 1t.i. the llth inst. Levi is dark mulatto
---.fay a ,
,. .. t hv li the Gr,1llr.3t1.IT Commercial!, Political and Miscellaneous
.1. ? ,i.t. to made v/'i ni-i-t trtTi a< was "rlelll.t I to forte upon )
iiie-ms I
. ill.41 ut" f ('U.' I It..fV rl stout anti well built, will weight about ISO Ibs.,
I : t 'but WIt '', \. i x ,..,:.', A.i a ".uIJ.," :i i ; |':)eariri4 to tie satisfaction of the Court, including Advertisements published
,.fi'h-i : ; citi'lil.nc: or can lulatcs, that i inown io, little bow le sred, speaks low and long with a
e i .v 1.o 'I ', U"'l '1I l ltl'.tl to .lid itt -!!-:- 111) i by alhJuit! mad in this case, that the de- a in the Daily Paper.

'1, ...o-"q..i..it.. ;ii.j. i i I \.Ie l(! t"i,1..1 mze. To do tfu-! I :, to be objectionable to a majority trl te'ml'it!?, Fat!hi Gri-itlu"!, resides b-Vi>rid the .tron; voice, had on when he left a Satinet round THIS PAPER j is sent to all parts of the State ,

i : .t., .I.I1.tiU'( U.jiv.41 i ,1 .' 'I "M" one .'f fiv.' luii'dred, ,.f '.'IP the 1 feel no re- ..i'lrt. lcll..n ol I he Slate II t Floiida : I It is ordered coat, and checkered pants of country homespun.I and Union, or delivered in the city at FIVE
I the DCI1Olfs in county the OJI.I 1 F iha Jra'itluiii do and an- expect: he will make for Columbus, as he lately DOLLARS at THREE DOL-
that
annum or,
.-."(1 1 .1Mill %'. "u.>*ri .. 'j.--I .,.I, r a \ n'M'ih.-rw5i'!! :'irrantt-efiorn < appear; per ; .
| I 'la' in piotesting ayaitut it. withn three months alter lived there. Some suspicion exists that Levi six months. r
Iii\ sa'd for
.' -. "I.I w. i If' .!i ly rmu'-iijfJ. I i iv :"TYn"': I'. HITYuaCRiBERs each. tall'C "\'N \ f j petition LARS
I the of this order I.r the said petition wa* decoyed or assisted off by some whrte person, THE WEEKLY GEORGIAN is published,
,' .. ..', ; ': t :* -'r'.j ct i h'-'in' 'i i? hv''irthe I I'urmc-i* is for thi'ae reasond'llowcitizens; publication ,
V 'I| .i 'I. -x '! ij iHtf > : l and! if ?[') will be paid for the villain and
,
confessed ar.d it is further so afternoon THREE DOLLARSper
will be fakfT fir ordered Friday : at
;
!, \ t\ every
tie iZIt ;
I I'K- > | iii .1 t111 candidate,
.
a,11 : myself
' j \ offered as a
II I i i\. i: I tl .i .1 li''l. 'l'h"I"'f| 111 A te\\' ir.dividual-'i f.i'-i 'f )*!:(-Iii It I Ii 1\-- tiiat' tins i order be |)iiblinel! in sutne newspaper prool sufficient to convict him. annum-all payable in advance.
\"tir : : '
u, ,( un ttrfii ii *. .j-ui-k as lrjhtiiin; ::. ;i .-:1'11('atirt'Ire; il ,-r: dUiMiii-" t i ti-!: -'I'lj-'i-r.! foi your suffrage-, and in conclusion may- Iii theVetern Circuit of this State for the H. L. COOK, Agent. August U, 1547._
I ]it",1| ..I" 'I"t Macon, July 20. 1547. aug21 32-41
t.iii'iii' it "-i
iiiiuiiiiiii
With! i.iv t I VVK'I.S.' l I..r \I'\f --.IT; <-" I :Tin add! !, if elected! will be lound at my post, space of three months NEW ORLEANS TYPE FOUNDRYPrinters'
..;, ft. 3 ily a :l.uicc uf her "'f'. .11"1 .. ', C'. r.TY. GE>;. S. HAWKINS, Judge W. D. SANS SOLC1 HOTEL. AD .
-t Df"rU'
I "'p 4 jrif> I'I''i;" /t hl\ tin duties of the office
: \ i |i i-' -:1 J -iiep. 4'.nlII-ios. AN, I I ready to discharge IcheeIIIIJ, Au;. 21 l b17. 3 -3ra THE subscribers pectiully inform their F *sbI'ng 'Varelio se.

''I;. --U.II'll" :iM'd II 0,11.1' -umol. ;. nveri I To the Voters of itithi.! >IU (1:1: best of my ahulit ies. *, and the pubIc eenefally, that they .I0. 17 Canal strut How.

' ..- ni. a- i lie percept i.ni ol a womanuijlv ) I A. T. IJEXNETT.Apalai.hicolj State of Florida, have opened the above establishment, and are undersigned beg leave to announce to
I Having lp! en -.1 hv tiiatiy nf t bit- cit izi-ns l'PANKLlN 1 C O U N T Y THE '
and
',' ,"' :; qtiick. -o her soul and I niiai \tllfd now ready to receive boarders, hope thtough and Printers, that theY hate es
lv susceptible.! Few ,,1 thi.I Count}, I/beci'inc a caadidalt before the* ; 21st I Sept., 1847.- rpo all persons having demands a-;.unit the es- ;proper attention to receive a share of patronage. tablished complete and extensive TYPE FOUNDRY -
i it atiK/.m- JL tate of Nathan Seymour, late ol .said; county, The Bar will be well furnished with choice Book Letter of thi
Goneral in this The
write. 01'\\ Pe iile f< r I the office ot S enat. r, in the next P. S. be here to state thatit city.
1111' : enough lo
'I LU lure I may proper deceased given that I have taken and and the Restaurant of
notice js hereby Wme, Liquors Segars; Foundry was cat to order by workmen long
I iif\ dii. IMW Animated heir I de-cnp-I' Atudy, and \\ttiny. willing to serve in that is behoved the officers of the meeting Irom the Honorable Court of Probates said will be well supplied with Game, Fish and Oysters experience, and as no expense was spared to

'. U it I il (t'w women write they capacity, I no.v present invself before 'OI fur held on Saturday evening, did their duties county', Letters Testamentary upon the >amc, and of the best quality in season.JAMES obtain (fie handsomest faces and to perfect it in

."tl tv.-rv IIHII liLly jud e. of them i111'1 ilection. to that post t, il'ycu bal! see fit to bestow. such that all claims will be barred if not presented GIBSON & CO. every respect, we will venture to say it will be
an
:iulIt" (rum e er\' circle, in which it me. as \VI as it was (possible to govern I II I within two years after the (hlC of this advertise June 22, 1S47. found as handsome, ifnot the handsomest in the

.. >pmt in eonver-alion depends( enon | upon oftentimes expressed my decided coti- assemblage; and(! tire acquitted of all participation ment. MILTON N. SCOTT. N. Gentlemen who wish tot refreshmentsin United States. We have also) a very fandsome
1.\: alluded Apalachicola, Juy! 21, l*17. 2S-2m of Flowers and Job letter of the latest
1' (."nl'y, and women "111 over the j in he( disorder and confusion their rooms can be accomodated at short assortment
and convc.itions art contraiy -
I' vietumi t that caucuses would
| notice. style, to which we call the attention
"I\J.'lall. better th-an Uaveiheya
men. of n-titutiosis it is to. Extract Sarsaparllla.BULL'S elsewhere. .
to the true spirit our : of Printers before purchasing All
'i.frAcIrr i'i portray or a fiu:uie to des- that I have prcfenvd to come before ii SANDS', lor sale by the dozen or DIE. L.. FEUCIITWANGEft'SKat I articles manufactured by us shall be of a material -'-

"be! Tney :IVf' but three trails of one oritie II not Jrpri-in; fashion The above notice was penned for publication ; bottle, by Mouse & Cockroach Poison. equal, if not superior, to any manufacturedat

") ,. ami die character is known or the I )0'i' as a candidate in the old Republican in the Franklin Patriot. of the 2lsl July 17 J. C ALLEN. THIS( very efficacious remeuy for extermina the North ; and as we shall sell Type at New-

'.. .re$i jiUrrd before your eyf'sVII) ? j uh as wag u-ed in the early da>s ol our government. in that '- 11I10.-3 St. Croi" Su ar; immediately, if a proper application be York prices', we trust to meet with encourage-

'In the tiutceptibihiivs i of their iuiasiiMirlmcies inst., but was not allowed to appear 10 2J do New Orleans Su ar, to arrive; I made, of all of the above named annoyances. His ment.

\ receive lively iuipreiotis I bold it to be the privilege of every freemanto print by t the Committee of Publication the I'JO sacks Rio Coflee; 5'J' do Java ; Flea and Mosquito Poison has attained a very extensive We are now prepared to manufacture BRASS

'""utilise |)niitii.d| trans. and they paint I!, become a candidate for the suffrages of Ids reasons for such refusal was, no doubt satisfactory '- giU bvs Aromatic Tobacco; celebrity for its invariable destructive properties RULE and TYPE ot any magnitude,with prompt
I .10 Miitt'd do. Brown's and Labby's; to that order of insects. For sale by ness. We would also particularly call the attention
"**
with ]
*''iipr -"ionwild the vivaciiy of Ifll'i'A-citiiens. II the leop1edesire my election, to a majority of the Committee, gij( Sperm Candles; 50 bts brown Soap; August 14 J. C. ALLEN Druggist. of Printers to our LEADS, having an en-
"t-lKln-j them. (Jet |
401 rrceiv a tvunian I shall know it by the reult of the cam'ass-ir believing no doubt, as many has before lU'J bo Shot ; 50 kegs Powder; Panacea. tire new set of moulds, by which we are enabledto

: > ""inn in .-oinersaiiori.he will proluulre.l elect! their dt-sire to mAe use (if jriyservices best be 20').,) lbs Le.ld1 casks Linseed Oil; received furnish a perfect article. We are also Agentsfor !'
they truth i is not always to and SWAIM'S Panacea just
that _
them .
'
.* cliarmiti ima"-':. among l.e tht. 200( ke# White Lead No. 1, Extra and Pure. the sale of the Napier Wa hing-fon, and
"" tniiere "hall l noi tee (03C indelicate or will thereby he betiMii.lVxted; more Certainly told. For salcbyVI.. G. PORTER & CO. I l and for sale by Smith Presses, which together with Chases

'I41p. \\' inn a man on the .aine kubjecl.I than by tneans. of an election brought about by Dec !i 41 Water street.Tarraut's -June 12 H. F. ABELL. Cases, Composing Sticks Furniture, Ink, and

I fobililjlunl. Mni.er allusions hut the inilu.nce and management of a caucu-j. If I APALACHICOLA, Aug. 2J, 1S47. Seltzer Lamp Oil every other article required in the Printing business

ljIoy *'i iU neulier be so brilliant nor to not receive a majority (If the voles polled, I Effervescent F the best quality, for summer use, for sale will be kept on hand, and furnished at
t dI Fellow-Citizens of Franklin County: AICI>jent. O manfacturer"spricci.
q: rjulyn] J. C. ALLEN.
has by
I shall learn that the will of the People not RENEWED, and an invigorated Editors and Printers wishing to eatablish a

If .d wishes and I shall bow in quid In reply to the public call made (in the Commercial HEALTH lthful condition of hodv, produced having business with the under Newspaper or Job Printing Office will be fur

tbO )outtg iiu i forgets his God thenl "ecU.d my to dcci illn. 1 Advertiser ol f the 21at instant) by Many by the use 01 TARR\NTS EFFERVESCENT PERSONS his absence from the State, will nished with an estimate in detail for the n'e.

.OUt ld'lIl1lillll him in age: if in the ": miOio. jour \v. G. DAVIS. Citizens-that they are desirous of using my name SELTZER APERIENT. I please apply to Anson Hancock, Esq. by stating the size of the paper or the particular

.r:1caud finIsh of heahh weomH in call ori I as a candidate. for the State Senate at the ensuing This preparation is universally allowed to be V.SYDNEY GREEN. style and quantity of vork to he executed. _

oLtl1.une of Him from whu we !pu
'{Gr.f life; in the hour nf '..uUns-. M'MI. '3iW jrc authorized to announce Mr. 1JEXi election-I have to say frankly the preventun and cure of Indigestion, Bilious publish this advertisement six months, and send

t''"ion can we have III ippi M.' .;' : M- for Ta\-A seor all citizens ot f Franklin, that if such is the spontaineou and Liver Crtnplainls, Nervous Weakness, Headache PERSONS having business with the undersign a paper to our office weekly will be paid for the t
dliue l.I.'JO. AS*,a candidate desire of the voters and citizens of the I Heartiiirn habitual Co-ttivenes", &.c.Traveller. call on Mr. WM. S. DAM- advertisement by purchasing six times theamount .
"HJesty And if i ii' II"- I. : : t > .
itt3| ; .J .t. ct-ir l..r franklin County, at the electioi to name for -and residents in warm climates will EREL, as I shall be absent tor a short time to a ofadvertising bill in Type.
4if w.tr.dlv they are at liberty Use my
iftvi-ry \ ,
i"jlect >
species j' 11, county distant of the state. GREEN & CO..
article it part
'' m Jotoher next. Sept. IS-7. find it a desirable ; prevents any accumulation .
"'" I iu pause in ih* inul-t III ..IIIII that purpose. And if, at the October election, I of bile, is portable, and the method ol July 17. FRANCIS KOPMAN. May 2-2, 1S47. 19-6m 17 Canal st. Row. "

""iit to' ;"kii, ,tfd..e the giver o! .ll icjrVe: are auth
*"uI' ?''ii". Wilt vli.t t."."I iHii 'VI m die I LUCAS as a candidate for the office of Sheriff that I should eve them in that capacity,1 shall have frequent occasion for gentle and cooling INGLE and double, lor sale, by ClARSAPARILLA received, for sale by

i*ur ut' j.lrersiiy I fly fm !,io'iion to divine.C.O for Franklin County, at the election in October I undoubtedly feel that I am highly honored, and purgatives; they will take this aperient in pre- S July 17 J. C. ALLEN. JUlie 12 H. F. ABELL-
"lal''>. 4 ference to anyother. Sold w holes.de and retail by
next S pt. 1, IS 17. feel too,, n-i ler i deep sense of obligation to serve Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN Druggist i &.c. I Congress Water. Coflec.

rC&l'UTI _The; N. Ohfl: N'-w- that WILLIAM .laithlnllv the intere-U of the people of this county pints and quarts,just received for sale by BAGS RIO, for sale by
K. desired
to
We are : say IN 100
4r'" c::; of humble NOTICE. : 12 H. F. ABELL. May 15 J. DAY & CO.
(" Slate to t the best
o retail the
my
and ol
luuiKljes n
tolotll"IIC"i III
mine wishes to be considered as a with the &ubsrri- '
t! VALLEAU, ES.J riving business .
': Ib. iutiuf4Ciure of lurpeniine; in Xurl': '" before the IVojile for re-election, as .bllles. I am, with all due respect, PERSONS : absence from the city will Lamp Oil. C REAM TARTAR and TamarindsJustre.ceivedandforsaleby .

..ilruhQ3. "nw number of barrels nf lur.1 candidate Your obedient, to Mr. Charles A. Green. 1TINTER strained, a splendid article, forsale
!'lt* anntully mjile in the Slate is esti- Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Franklin! County. .I THOMAS ORMAN. please July 13 applyto, J. DAY & CO. 'r" Y by [jan30 J C ALLEN. April 17 H. F. ABELL.

t"te'I at &OQOOt not more than 200,000 of August 21. }

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THC SAVANNAHIx (, Olt'aAN. WILL BE 1'l" LloHED AT WASHINTOX D. C. : PROSPECTUS u 11 rntc t --Notf: t-tf : 1 I 1ral Hotfcrs. FRESH ARRIVAL?! .

announcing the fact that the underMgncdhave On the seventh of December next. i : Drugs, medicines, p.,1
associated themselves togethci in the Editorial OF TiEFLORIDA Dye-Stuffs
Department of TilE I SAVANNAH GEORGIAN ; NUMBL'R ONE NOTICE-Six months after date, I will apply IN TIlE WESTERN CIRCUITOF PerflUJef*

WHIG Hon. Judge of Piobates for Franklin FLORIDA.IN 'h'
OF TUB
take
we this occasion to to the .
?
say pat- friends ?
and
f that and County, for a final discharge from the Adminis- Franklin Circuit Court.IN the _
ions t> paper to the public generally, UNITED STATES REPORTER
that arrangements have already been made for its A WEEKLY P.\PEI tration of the estate of Donald Campbell, late of CHANCERY. he Patronage is and nMi

material improvement in outward appearance, A Daily Journal of Government, Legislative and TO BE PUBLISHED LY JIMHL1JMM.. said county, deceased. Arabella E. Hepburn, widow of) i ?ly,now which recei'in .

and that no pains will be spared to elevate and General News. JANET WILLIAMS, .dm'x. Burton Hepburn deceased, his *fcli t.

sustain its character as a commercial and THE undersigned propose publishing in the Apalachicola, June 5, 1817. gl-6m_ Complainantvs. assortment

to fill its columns with interesting and paper profitable THE subscriber is now enabled to announce the Town of Marianna, Jackson county, Florida a OTICE.--Six months after publication 01 English, lUUa i
Cosmetics
matter.V feel completion of his arrangements for the establish weekly newspaper with the above title. N L. 0. S ; ; Pe rf
c most sensibly that to render the this notice, application will be made to the Joseph Hepburn George lass ware l li
Savannah Georgian such a paper as the .growing ment of well-organized and independent Journal This paper will bedeyoledto Literature, Agri- Hon. Judge of Probates for Jackson county, for a Henbur Annie E. Hepburn to Physicians, Country kc, :1' *
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culture, and Science it will also contain the Merchant? ''
of News the Seat of the General Government. ;
at
and Caroline B.
interests and population of our State and City re- final settlement of (the administration of the es- Hepburn, the most liberal terms-all and III*

mire. a diairtity t f lalwr! './\t be exjundedupon the current news of the day and articles in support of i I'' tate Samuel N Spears, deceased late of said heirs at law of Burton Hep pure and unadulterated. of\\'hich "*, !

it ; such we arc detcrmh.ed to furnish.We .- The leading features of the United States Reporter Whig Policy. county. ELIZA SPEARS burn, deceased ; Daniel K..

shall strive to nuke ifs columns pit-asm;; to will be the following The want of 'a local paper has b1 severely February 11 f, 13">7. 5-Gm Administratrix.I Dodge; (the heirs of John Wholesale! II. F AR

all read?!'*, and while our humble support shall I. Early Intelligence of the movements of the felt in Jackson, Walton and Washington counties Peabody, dec'd, whose trustee l and Retail Dru
and has led to the establishment of -- - 45v"W\ *
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various Departments of the Government in proposed '
be given to the great principles upon which the reference i is Daniel McDoug-jld ; $ Bifor'Dow r. Apalachicola, Nov er*
21
this > Goods. IS <
Democratic party has planted itself, believing to Domestic afl'airs and to the Foreign Journal ry John W. Campbell ; Hudson 15.

these principles to be csienti.il to the perpetuity j I Relations of the country, will be given with hope to obtain sufficient pat THE subscribers offer for sale a large and sea A. Thornton ; Nathaniel W. Drills and

of our national freedom and the advancement dour j scrupulous fidelity. Possessing peculiar facilities ronage to enable them to commence its publca. stock of Dry Goods, consisting In Thornton ; Hines Holt ; Sea THE l1lcdicanes.

national welfare, we shall studiously avoid I fur obtaining information the He porter" will lion by the 1st of September. rart born Jones, John:II. Howard subscriber has' 11'.
j t tall he enabled frc.jucntly to communicate, exclusively TERMS-Three dollars per annum in advance. ofNegro and Linseys, constantly have on han
rude collisions with views and opinions! antagonistic Kerseys and Edward Cary, trustees of' 'a cc
: toour own. To render our paper the I intelligence; cf the most important: charrr'er. $3 50 if paid within six months; or $1 (UJ at the White and Red 1lannel, James P. Calhoun &. CharlesL. II assortment CINES, which of DRfcs and ).
end of the he
firm but dispassionate exponent of democratic year. Plain and Fancy : Bass, composing the late and of wIll'it3r- ,
I 1. The 1\rbatim Rl'ort'l of the Proceeding BENJ. G. LIDDON &CO. Double twilled Tweeds, the best quality
piinciple, the calm' yet unflinching advocate of firm of Calhoun & Bass; Merchants C.
and Debates ( {the t'z ihv1 StUl(' Denote which July 3J, ISjT.Groceries. Casameres and Pla'nWir1to 'i.
Southern institutions, the vehicle ot amusing and \ ---- -. Super fancy William Howland ; William their adrantaec f to call ?
the proprietor is bound to furnish daily to (that and French ClotliS examine: ,
instructive thought upon all proper subjects, :iitl Ship Stores. Super English Sloan ; Duncan Goods, before purchasing fi ,..
whether I body, in accordance with the terms of the con- Blankets, 10, and lcDuU.1 I( elsewhere
science, literature, or general infor Whiney 1 12qrs.t -, Mordicai i N. B '
COFFEE Java do do gal Physician's
St. Domingo
mation-in a word to make it a welcome itlr, j tract made at the close cf the last session cf RIO Western do N Jankets,8, U ann J 10 qrs. '. signee of George W. Ross, care and prescript,,,, put
0
j Con ;r. ". The arrangements now made will at Four. ; Sugar, ) and Cottonades accuracy at any Lcur cf t} f'dn
,
at once to the merchant and the mechanic, the St. Croix do, do Tea a bankrupt ; Daniel McDou- f
Young Hyson
,
student and the f.irmer, shall be our constant endeavor 'once fully secure to the Senate of the United Hyson do, Powchon! Heo, Souchong do, ashen Brown Shirting and Sheeting, gald ; Joseph &. LawrenceO'B. 1 'March 21 Cor. Centre J c. SFOR ,

; and if, in addition to thi, %V. shall) I j! States an" authentic a'ld' complete record of its Buler. Cheese, Lard, Bacon I.ll Sides, Shoul Cotton Osnaburg, Branch ; William II. and Co mn. rrf'i.g

bo enabled by oxtrn.li: g o'lrHrcuhtu-n t through i i, 1)C'ball'1Il; to the 1H'llplt-ina greatly enlarged Molasses, \Vhiskr les: Prime Heef Cotton Drilling and Ticking, Brockenbrough and the Bank --
'degree-the !benefit: of t t the experience sagacityi Mess and Prime Shad Linen and
the interior to strengthen the tit--* which bind! I Salmon. Cotton Checks, of Pensacola, J
our beloved S.ute am! City together, and to''i I statesmanship! of f that body to which they Herring, Sounds and 1oOgll'Cod Fish Ton ''les, Irish Linen Shirting and Sheeting, Defendants. A A
hat : have ever lookcJ with :stilicilou and respectful Peer; S1)i t'. G.II ,, P.Eler Since, OhvC: Bleached Cotton Shirting ana Sheeting,
secure I ancRcss ol sympathy and f fociing l- C.i1'ers. J ickles. So.ii' appearing to the satisfaction of cf
l'vbicco Navy IT the".ndp
ctei"clltJllo; the prority; 'vl bothe liall .: roftirj Bread, Pilot do, Cr.lcl! Vinegar: Dried Fruits, English, French and American Prints, this Court, by the affulavit of f Ctllplainant's

hud our l lJl.I's amply' repaid.To : :I I I fIT The Procretliit" and Debutes in the Dean--, ,11. Raisens. :1acaroni. Vennacelli, Ar- Extra super, plain and twilled Ginghams, Solicitor, that the Defendants hereinafter .. .
Jlriircsentatioenvrill also bu with
enable us I to continue our prcetif connection Iftivscflf given row Root, OaJs: BuCk Mustard, Rice. Super Cashmere d'Ecossc, named do not reside within the Western Circuit ', 'i '"' 1- ,
.
ho-.vever, and: to do aI! that we would wish I fullness: impartiality, anthe\ I utmost prompt i- For sal* by i 15. ELL O !c CO. Extra super Muslin de Laine, ot the State of but within the United 1fj j D
tude. ]Etch 1J 'S ivord will be completely Jan 23; English Scotch and American Forida. .. 11 .
todo in the way of improving The Georgian, I : Water trt,:. d.SUlier States of ; i is, I that t the Defendants I I -
\ve iniit look for an i jlll'n'.l'sappolt I 1 I'mm the mado up and appear in the "Reporter" next Italian black and figured Joseph L. Hepburn i
Shoes and Brogans, by the case; resides in the State of Texas;: :
public ; such: ive now solidt ?nd confidenty! ex.tlcct. morning.IV. BOOTS Shoes and Jiuskin.ien's Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfc, the said George 0. Hepburn in he State of Mis the cure of Dupeps.a. Cor Indll'fSft',
.
the ;
I'iur ;
WM. fl. A'Hynsplifat if Proceedings Super h and Pongee Silk Hkfe ,
nUL LOCH
Enl souri'the said Annie E. 1 and nervous Headache
and!
and I
Boys Youth's Rrogan Caroline Con
a and D'bnlcs of all the Slate Legislatures, will ; Ipphur
American Cotton I Hkfs
HEXRY K. JACKSON. I Diarrahrea G.nt
B. Hepburn, and the Rheim.aiNn
"
Howland
( >,
he regularly: given. Mrmbei.s of Congress and fincscw'dBrogans; Wiliam Gravet l i
lhiri and Veroni head Hkfs, each in the State of lency, &c. For sale hi
Men's pegged IJoofs New the heirs of w lesale$ and rcfai'i
TERMS: I all classes of readers will thus be kept fully and ; ( Cotton Hoe and Gents Hf-hose ; l it
DAILY GEORGIAN informed of Domestic line sewed Boots ; John Peabody, deceased and Daniel McDougald| 1| Decl2 fC.. ALLEN, Din .
TilE published in ;I systematically Legislation Super Marseilles and( Worsted Vcsting5, their trustee the said __ __ ;;
Russet Bro-rans.& For sale ): lines Holt and Seaborn
Savannah at TEX DOLLARS PKR .\: in all sections of the United States.V. by Cotton and Flax Thread, I I '

semi-annually, in advance; or, l1l1J'lJ'Y.I'lhle 1:1111,1izt Ili'enec, of all important movements B. ELLISON & CO., Plain and f figM Swiss and checked Muslins, Jones tees of John Calhoun II. Howard and Edward Cary, trus. Tarraut's Cubcbs Coiiiponiui Kxtra"

LARS FOR Six MONTHS.TUG in the Tjegiilajitres oj Gnat Britain and .an 23 -21 Water street. Jaconet Cambric Muslins &Bass ; Mordicai Myers, assignee and (;oiIaZItiik .
I anl of .
TRI-WEEKLY GEORGIAN, for (he' Frailwill be communicated by every steamer On Needles, Pins, Tape, &c. &c. George Ro!s, a bankrupt, and Daniel I ; .unrnaue1 .

Country, i is published to meet t the arrangement: I fiom Europe thtough reporters in London and slocriber Consignment.lately received on Which have been selected with great care in McDougald the said each reside in the State of Georgia I "-.If'If; perfofEj

of the mails, three times a week, (Tuesday, I ParN, who possess peculiar facilities for obtain- TIE the following : consign New York and Boston, from Importers Agentsof Thornton; Nathaniel John W. Campbell, Hudson A. In a few d.yi-.no a

Thursdiy and Saturday,) at the Ollice (f the j inj information. articc' M. Thornton and Duncan: A mentor restriction
I 2 casks choice Old Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates, and n.
DAILY"GEORGIAN, and contains all the ::' 4I I 'n. The (;enralll'S of the Day: will be 1" ; wholesale McDougald, each resideinthe Slate of Alabama ; \ 4\ i H necessary. It 11
Old Madeira Wine are now or retail on favorable r :
licence. Commercial, Political and Mineous i 1: given in a condensed form, with industry and at- 1 ; ofered WM. the said Joseph Branch and Lawrence O'B. ;.\ found invaluable.bei-
terms G.
Old by PORTER
superior Scotch & Co.
Whiskey Branch and
including Advertisements J tention. ; William H.! J Brockenbrough each reside I oJ. r Pared with .
rH j t the
pul
2 Pain Hro. Otard. .Brantlvk : Dec. 5, IS IG.' 41 Water street. in the Middle fa.I 'ijo gr.pos'iible
Circuit of Florida \
I & It it therefore
in Ilio IViilv Pn.'r Such i is a brief view of what the United -.J : Is care, OptD '

TlJ' p JFft,11: ,-aits of the SI.tp. States Reporter designed to he.11 the plans 10 basket "Dark"London Club"Durnond Brandy; B. Ellison V Co., 21 Wafer street. ordered, that the said Defendants hereinbe- l Ji tested principle!. k.

and Uir.-i- d I' t ., : .;. :' nty, at FIVE and arrangements have been well matured, andthe Champaigne. fore named and every of them, do appear and : 7 upon that imporJart
< ,' "ii-r. Also variety of Sears, all of which will be SHIP CHANDLERY. answer the said bill of complaint, otherwise the I first
IXILL: .'I. ; f :. DOL- hope is confidently cherished, that the U. sold low established by if
ILAiiS w .\ '.-. S. Reporter will prove itself an energetic, industrious for cash only, by MANILLA and Hemp Cordage of all sizes, same shall be taken pro confesso against them | 1I : ebrated Dr. Fordjo.

TiJEi."i;: : ; j' .: '. :, "thli..hedt".CJ I dignified and perfectly independent EOV.RDlcCTLLY, Wormline, Marline, Spun- and each of them in defall: Provided this orderS j I EP&&* that a combination, "
Feb 27 Oakum Oil Fall do
Whale
Sperm do Olive
.F'II ': : !;. J.J, ,,: "'j ; : iLLARS; I, urnal. I It will have no ;patty views-no political \r.o, Linseed do, Raw do,, Boiled, do, Turpentine be published in any newspaper printed in this j liar remedies would produce a nr.pi

2":1: ; ;",.-. : .. .,!.. ,', .,' .d, b ias. The proprietor, by (the terms of his contract W IS TAR'S and Swayne's Balsam of Wild PaintVinJow Glass, PutyVlute Spirits Circuit once a week for four months: from the "i i speedy, and considerable effect than w

_:.'.1_. ',.[ i : I with the Senate of the United States, i is Cherry, just received and for sale by Lead Red do, Yellow Ochre, Chrr n. elate hereof. Dated April 11, IS.17. j lent dose of any single! one.' In lIat..

.: S --;-' -, h bound to the condition that t he paper shall contain Nov-JS J. C. ALLEN. "Emerald: do, Imperial Io, Chrome Yellow, Ver GEORGE S. HAWKINS, disease is entirely, prvi tntr-d l>\ u* tIn..\
\ -S TV 'ul.XHltY
\ : t "l'1 political discussions except the debates." digris Lit!hi.rae, Stilyhur: Bright Varnish, Copal Judge fo the Western Circuit of Florida. cation. Fcrsa'eby' '

It will be vehicle of F.wnlJt the organ of IIEITINGs, Shirtings arid Prints, by the do, Tar, J Rosin, Pitch, Turpentine Coal, Paint RANDALL & HAG.VEH, Dec 12 J. C. ALLEN. DT .

-Fsittvr :'wrr.sa3r: Warehouse.V any set of opinions. The grand aim of I the subscriber a bale and case, low for cn-h, by Hruhl'rarii do! Tarllo, Scrub no. Clamp do, Complam. Solicitors. 20-m! -- -'- &
._ i 17 ', .,.' t ts;tf Haw.rTtJirTiv1 B. Whiting! Russia -
> is to ei-tablish, at the Seat Government ELLISON & CO. L-imp Chik Duck. En? WINER'S
: ." -:- 5.,4 "''-C to announce to I 1 Jan 2*? 21 sheet.Wistar's I lisli do, Coton Heavy Ravens do, Liqht do, In District Court of the United
faithful and
J_ pi-Hi-' -j j i'n'it-rs I I that t hey have (..- a prompt reporter! ot'all sorts of in- --_. --- White' nl' and Red Bunting, Nails Copper; do, States for the IVorthcrii District -

f1h.I":; -' ,- .!,,:il.-1(' 3'Ili'\ ,
\ : i tiiis! fily. The Book Letter of this ; t politician) the business man, the manufacturer, DOZEN, just received and for sale by Jack; Screws. Anchor?, Handspikes, Capstain IN
1! (he mechanic, and every one interested in (tielliirs 1' 10 Bars, Oars, Blocks Shive*, Jib Hand AD.IRLTY.
i <) rnlrv' xvas cut to order by workmen of loiii! 1 April H. F. ABE'LL. lank: Daniel N.
aevI4.ritIre of Congress and the Government, may rely Pumps Deck nlrkct. Cedar do, ) ( Brooms, :ILean,
( and, as no expense was spared too at all times with irnl'lj confidence. Corn do, C'uiilkiiiK: Mallets, Sari-ing do, Axe?,,Ax( others, owners the i
Hops 1
tain th Fall
every rc";iert, we will vp-i'ure to say it will be reliable Journal a FRESH, Crop, fO sale by Can di>. Cotton do, BOlt: do. Fih do, Caulking vs.. Libel for ,

found a? handsome! if not the handsomest in the tif Inli'lli inrf, on! terms which 17 ii. F. A nELL, Irons :: iking Jron, Marhne! Spikes, Ship ScraPuir.p The Steam Boat Eufanla, CJli ionr i
place it within I lie reach of the I
United State'c have also handsome I great maes of rr'r. nln C.ok' Ladle, Tormentors. r
a'erv her
lilppr; tackle
assortment of Flowers and Job Letter of the latest I t the people, at the commencement of what promises QUIXIXr. Camphor and Piperine, !lust re- Dividt'r.. Cnlla; "e5. Sail Xeedll!. Sail Twin, furniture. apparel and I iI
to be ni"st and eventlul : '] for sale by ,
a Seine do
interesting
style, to which we woulJ call t the attention period i do, Pdlr 1 i igging Leather,
in i the of Annl7 II. F. do, I I hereby given to whom it
of Printers before elsewhere. All liistoiy Congrional l.rocecdinill \.BELL.Sarstiavil Shovels Hammers latcher Chisels. NOTICE al may
purchasing' i --- !
be regarded with favor by all classes of the community -- II Augurs PI HI!!, Handsaws: (i i 1 ,. I Hand,"\\' Il concer that by virtue an attachment
articles manufactured by us shall be of a material ; anJ, having thus stated his objects, the Ia SI'UI. Files, Rat Tail i I do, Iron Squares, Cupboard Lock, warrant of arrest, issued in the above can"c, I IRMI1 III

equal, it not superior, to any manufactured subscriber respectfully solicits a liberal and JUST( receivedjnd for sale bv Stock: do, Hooks and St.pies! Hinges. Padlocks) have seized and taken I he above tr.cnlior.ed Steam The reined ID which we vv,.ultt "art$ Ih .

at the Xorth ; anti as we shall sell Type at New t from the cnli-jl.tened i public of genralsiippoit the- t_. ,. 1-2. _.IX IABELL.. Wood :nlnlot Ilaulyards' f Hand Lines, Boat Eufaula her tackle, apparel and rnltUf', ,!: 'lion ol tf.ep'Jblic. is i-ne which t.asrr.s.'nl r"ftt.<

York prices, we trust to meet with"encourage- United State?. ; -- -YlHENIX Deep Sea h do, Hand Leads, Deep to answer to the libel filed therein for damage : (ft.r a [long frnie : arid if inttter.i.'
MOFFAT'S Lrl' PILLS AND ( [ S.M dOl Sie-t! do. Bar do, Funnels Lanthors. for collision in kno\leifyed! : bv ;all w.1"-f I .\.' In rf ;
a if
ment.We JAMES A. HOUSTON ( a cause civil and !r.2ritirne.- ; ii be1H
', just received and! for sale by ( .ine Pi'fh' Pots Log
arc now prepared to manufacture BRASS I s Books C.trgo do, SUPERIOR: ,
That the said to if
anv. .i
i is I' <-
the returnable! : before: .1 IrO
Stenographer to Senate of the U. S. Nov 21 J.C. ALLEN. Belaying Pins TinVlre, Crockery, Carpenter's process the ;
RULE anJ TYPE of with '
any magnitude, prompt (::: The "United States Reporter" will be ---- Tools Sampson Posts, &:c., c.Aralachicohl District Court of the United States for the Northern in ili-tcisesK: r wl 1.i< I II .
fles.Vc would also particularly call the attention na : a il: :o )c. District Florida onlv de-tro '' < \ I i !n
printed a large and handsome. sheet, and issued Jan. 23.: iS$$7. at the of .
of Printers to LEA l IJ. having PCS Clerk'ofce lifE WHOLI .
our all entire Kentucky Bagging ; said Court in the L .
100 city of \
very morning, excet! Sundays, at the rate of'O on thethirdMoridayl7thda
new set of moulds, by which we arc otiablod[ IOU' ( coils Rope ; : carries off the
CONNERY No. 33' Water -" '
: street
per ai.r.um. GREEN & ( ) of May, instant at 10 S 'I i i ii
to furnish a perfect article. We are ali Agents .t 1 bales H mgmg: Tw ino, for sale 1 by : just; received and offer for sale ; A. M., at which time and place the said: cause PBEVALE.N"BOWFL : .V : i fCAXADIAX

for the sale of the Napier, Wa-hington, an-l l In connection with thc daily there will \\'M. G PORTr.R: fc CO. 't l4sacks: Green Rio Coftee. (new crop ;) is to be heard. : OJ ,
paper
Smith Presses which .together with Chases,, be isS'ied from the !auc.csttblsimcnt: : Dee : -It Water. slreet. inn barrels X"rtller alil Four ; Dated at Apalachicola, tliis: ir fh day of May, those in bIIII}I. i. '' r' .- r'r'.

Cases, Composing Sick Furniture, Ink! and ---- 120') Old Rectified Whiskey; in the year IS 17. ROBERT MYERS, I or nest in which U II. : I'cni-i Ii .'I \>

every other article required in the Printing business i. The jlirror of OVCSS. 11'01 IVailsr.. ) boxes white, pale and brown; Soap ; U. S. Marsha!. i and by removing it, it I in.p$ --ibie: tt r wutID ,
will be kept ci hand, and furnished atmaniactuier's This publication will contain 20 TONS Swede Iron, assorfcd sizes ; hhds N. : the ,
exclusively the Nails ; 0. Sugar: ; od' Muscovado. ; by II. n. TA\LOr I). rdllHn body. I It oi.tiir l lr > ill "Hi
prices. Reports of the Proceedings and Debates of the 10'J.kegs d). 20 casks: IJacon. Sides and Shoulders; May 22. 1l7. 10-tf :1 II1 IlIC! }>Itin, and tl.e .'!lIh t.1 ihe ;pli.ah..d'iml'ro'Cdb : .
Editors and Printers wishing to catahlibh! a Co.igress of the United Slate Itill be suod[ .1. casks! Weeding Hoes, assorted: qualities ; 3 .1 Hams ; -- -- --- ) itsuccHD\\l.fnr.tlv. :

Newspaper or Job Printing OIEcc will be furnished in 2fJ Blacksmith Steel Faced m'ilsJ; Circuit
semi-weekly an elegantjUJito: form, throughout 20 barrels Clarified Sugar ; Frankln COIUt are di.covcrcd.The .
) with an estimate in detail for the same the sessions of C'jnjre-s; and will be furnished I 2'J' English: and American Vises ; boxes Loaf do ; !, OF Canadian Vertnifuge is oi.v1-< r-
by stating the ske of the or tha particular t to subscribers the f Bellows; 1 Charles Barnarnd, Abel
at
piper : rate of two dollars for the Sperm Candles; : bottle ad: is much more 'a adiini-Mv. :
fctyle and quantity of work tn beevecutwi.CTJThe l long:seosiJ and mc dollar for t the short session.It 12 1 dozen Spades und Shovels; 20:: barrels N I,: Rum ; Adams, George W. ] at h'r.

proprietors ot ne-.v>papeis who will I I t believed that this gre-it national work I 10 Collins' Axes; White's Baltimore Gin Barnard :and CharlesLa'rkin Prl'part'llonly by.JOHN WIXHR 4 '

publish this aivtitisemeut six months, and send:I ben deemed indispensable ia: the library of every wil KJ bxs Cotton and Woolen Caws:; 1 Domestic Brand ; Merchants, 1 A'tttchmcnf.tradingunderthe [ Miiden! Lane, New York.

a paper to oar office weekly, will be }paid for the pxnblic inlitutign, p'JliciH: ?) and professionalman 1 case Rowland's Cast Steel :I il Sa\vsi: ; 1 If' N 0 Molasses ; firm }}Sum ;
advertisement by purchasing six times the amountofadvertising throughout the country and that it will be 1000 Ibs Cast and German Steel, ) sale by f boxes Engli-ib Dairy Cheese ; of Barard. .Adams j I larges : OOO. t' Jan i) for :\i; :
& Co. I
bill in T W.M. G. PORTER fc CO. : .
regarded the of the -- -
pc.mlF.r.x by great nrais: people as the f>0 pieces Kentucky ; ---
& CO., very best (political text book for their own instruction D.r I -ItWater street. 30 ceils Rope Bagging J j The Great Canadian Kelt*!

May 22, i is 17. 10-fim; 17 Canal sf. Row. and that of their children. /10F1".VF'S-'LIFE PILLS 'PHCENIX--( 10 bales! Alicant Mats; ; John\1'i.' J WlXCIt'S PCCTOUAJL SIBli:

111103 St. Croix Sugar; IV1 BITTERS: jU5t received anl AXJ sale by SO bxsand hll'.bvs (new crop) Mai. Raisins; T aiul all others, interested, will OF HUREHUL'XD ELfcl AMPANb.

10 2J lo New Orleans Sugar, to arrive;] IMP"" )HITANT ANNOUNCEMENT. Nov: 1>S H. F. ABELL: Druggist.Saratoga J 10 Lernnris ; take notice of the institution of the above Lnri vailed for lh> cure of Cough. l'udj/
--- ----- -- --- suit by attachment, returnable to the December :?!'Liting of mood, Whuopmgl Iii.\
the tlugh,
10'J sacks Rio Coflee 50 d-, Java Throughout session of Congress, Extras --- 7.;) Manufactured Tobacco
; ;
;10 bvs Aromatic Tobacco! ; will be i issued from the ollics of the United I ; !Vitr.; 25 cases assorted Pickles; Term, 1 1S47 Franklin Circuit Court and will ty of llrt' rhin;. Pleurisy, Ccte.uniptiCZnd '
; : and Pints fresh, for sale appear and plead thereto according to law.CARRAWAY all IsIa-I's Ii the LIIJI' s.
States
Repoiter, the: 30) barrels Mackerel
50 \lllft' do. Brown's and Labby's; contininl reports of all QUARTSApril 17 Nos 2 and :; Bronchitis, a disease that IT

g2y/ Sperm Candles; jl') LrownSoap i; such Debates) :1': may possess peculiarly cxctiwrint'ret. __ u__ _._____H._F.. .B.LL._ 21: half bbls do do ; PlaintiiT.s SMITH[ '. a premature srraie under IS.t'pl the mt

103 bigs: : Shot ; 5'J' kegs Powder; Ulan' Uooks antI CO boxes Syrups; Attorney. b.
a.ul'tcc Apalachicola, April 13 Consumption- cored b> usirutnyi'cinr. : '
[ 1517.
209J lbs Lead ; -t casks Linseed Oil ; All subscriptions and communications to l lpost.laid be EDGERS: Journals, Day Stationery.)!. :20, J cllC'! Gunpcwder and\ Hy -. ------ -aprill- 1 l-lm I .
S'JO :kegs Whit Lead, No. 1. Extra and Pure. and addressed! son Teas ;
'J For everal
) reams Foolscap and Let h:1: Paper; Franklin years (iat, fins K.edicme taste
Forsaleby W.M. G. POUTER & CO. TAMES! : A. HOUSTON, i chests and boxes Teas Ci'cni Court.
Cotton Memorandum t Powchong in
United States } Books ; ; D. K. Dodge, use in Canada where it ha* btroK.e unite*
Reporter
Dec 5 -11 Mreet.Tarranl's : July n, I?I7. Washingion: D. C. Ship and River Bills Lading; half pipes Old Cognac Brandy ; vs. \ IN CHANCERY. Ily know i and is c('r,5>.idertti! the bet mtd

EHcrt'csceiil Sri tzei I' All iu'WPiMpers throughout the United ?tal3 Boooks for Letter Press. 1') bnkets! .leid.ieek" Champagne ; James C. \Vatl.nl al. S I in use tor il! pulmi>r.ar) di>i'uts. Ike f
: Nails
) kegs sizes
who ilus Prospectus Bills of Exchange and as.orte. ; success which has attendrd that
IIJh-h once a we.1 from Bank Chec.s, D. K. Dodge, J its use in ,
Aperient.HEUTII this < the meeting of Congress I he entitled l< I ere 'cd and for sale by tihbl4': Pilot and Navy Bread ; vs. |'try, and the many, Ir'.l'f'ntlerlu! ('uru'l>' i
RENEWED: and an invigorated: to an ('Xeutfle %viiI! tli.touted: .} tierces new Rice ; V Bill for Partition.
March 'II. '
1 have been
States
etli-ctt-id
F. i it, has indm-nt the t
A DELL. D. by pnrtors
coniitinn cf !>olv J ducod l and will IK- -.-- .- 20 kegs and McDonald, d. al.GEORGE \ !
-- ;
Bnckwheat
]1'1" HelJrll'r| |11e"J on the list of those ---- --- -- ----. ---- ''Irttr.i new :1.. to introduce it into the Mttd Sljtt-, '
by the mo of T\nn \\T'S EKl'EKVEiCEXTs'ELTXEJi : 1(wlol the I Extras; wilii.derjutdicd. 101 Sale, 200 II"he13 Norther Oat*. ( %V. ROSS having filul a petition m I fident of its being the otNioIIUdbf'
VJthe22d : mt t dlr '
#
:
: .\Plm] IET.I::: --- ----- Bm. FLOUR; 5U' hbl,. Whiskey Apalachicola Dec. 5, 1S1G. April l5113praving to have a certain int-dv
lO{) ; ever discovered and a1tdb'ot
Tbi* preparatiiin, is IHli\'enllly ;all:iwpd) to Lathe Hate( of rlol'ua. 50; ; 20 hhdd Sugar. ----.- -- .- amount of money now in Court, belonging to ad.iptid t II '
hbI lolassl the t11. ", when tlf the! iinu-rwrj, di
: d any >
most t popular remedy .r the presmit (ll)', forthe COUNTY OF FRANKLIN. Just Ann, and for sale Tobacco.QO'IIALF defendants -appropriated to the payment ol hi perform( t thir natural I ha eiTt1itr.ist I

prevention and cure of I Indigestion, IJilious J) \'iltue of the 'J'crbtd in mn by law, I low, for cah, by boxes Manufactured "w Roane" fees as the Counsellor and Solicitor of said de and r *t*> aoiu-ii ,.* '

and Liver Complaints Nervous Weakness, Head ) shall expose for sab before the Court House .arch 27 XOUnSF. STONE CO. .z,, / Brand. fendants; and the matter having been referred to tiineti.&s;grateful.:>t the whole southing' iitiurin-e liIiSiiliStiti ICifplJlef

ache. Heartburn habitual ( tivenrs'', &..o.Traveller" door, in i the cilypalacbicl'l f Franklin! county 11 I half boxes Manufactured <: W Price" Brand. me as Special Master in ChJlcl.r.to; to act and report .siMftii i"ve. ( 1

: and -i'l"its in \.trm: rlimali! t will I I II I.n .\ .! t( day of October HATS and Caps by the case low for cash by :0" do. upon the same, given 30 das : when e\fe alfjvii": IInr "
wlty-ffh
sorene..stnd ICCt'
find it a desirable article ; it prevents any accumulation I- next, at the usual: !jU/' so much of (the ---_. .IJ.- ELLISONJ& CO. :A" "'V Barlow" notice by publication in the papers. It i.s there I pain, ai.ti "peidilied inrartil
of bile, i is portable: and the CKthcxlofiircparatioa lands I 1ing opposite I he cily of Apalachicola, and For Sale -- -- .13,22 lb. boxes J \V Morgan" fore ordered that suit George W. Ross' the defen \'i"r and ela"'fll"lf\, I he \\ hdt' trail r. .j
I : Prepared and sold wholesale! iiI nt
) is unusually CO\J\' l.il'nf. Children} known u Cat Point, with the lands adjoining as I f1IIIDS.. choice N 0 Sugar ]-2 Ib Lumps. cants interested Watson, McDougald, tt. al., and al others JOHN WINER St. Co, '
; t
have occasion ior gentle( and will be sufficient (to rnal the : boxes to appear before me in !
frequent cooling < sum! of Three II/ T 0 bIds Flour, by ; : Manufactured. "J W Morgan" Brand city of York soie! :rrltt
luncf.d Apalachicola the |;n>prietor f--r the I'111'.0
purgatives; they will take this aperient in preference and Seventy Dollars and costs, for Feb Premium. on seventh ((7th) of Apri next,
NOURSE. STONE ttl
& CO. then and H. F. BELL, A
to any other. Sold wholesale and retail by of the State Taxes due from the Apa --- : ------ ; Loxes" Napo there to present or defend respective Jan

Nov5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist, &c. lachicola Land Company on the additional quantity SALAD OIL, just reccivedand for sale tLy11117 leon's" Brand \Iagnolia." claims, &c. 0__ _ ._ for ApabchI l j

Urll-s A JIcdcciIJf of assessable lands: lying in this county, and .t:: I H. ABELL : boxes Manufactured Napo CARRAWAY SlTI Balsam of Liverwort. !
liable toTax (for the year one thousand hun leon's" Brand Special Master in '. t
eight REMEDY
rTM IE subscriber has just received per recent dred and :Ray Itiuti. 50: "Sfrawbery. { [ 0, S-f A u. M rruct is $aIJr.o\\ 1
forty-five. 2iIb boxes Manufactured! < Apafachiol.larch 1'
1S.1.
J- Napoicon's discoverrd in -lIlnl ( ti<'P.Complaint j
( .rsrc
arrivals from New York, a full and complete I. JOHN LUCAS supply of A. French's superior {) \ matter is | ,
Sheriff AFRESH Magnolia. postponed

stock, consisting in part, Sulph. of Quinine 1- and ex-oflicio Tax Col lector for Franklin Co. just received and t>r sale by 9 boxes Manufactured "Morford" Honey Dew until Friday the IGth inst. the or any i.f il I t II in-ij) !n t sini"1'l!* I I
on Chrono- il I t
Them b t
Hyd. da Potassii, Caustic Potasse, Solicinc, Juno 12 I II. f'. AHELL.Dry Apalachicola, April 10 IS 1 17- 4i ->:tii > 'II''
,
Murrate and SuI ph. Morphine(, Luner Caustic, Apalachicola, April21: f, 18 17. I-r ____ 10 Crates Crockery ; lO.OUO Florida Segars. fjcj": The hearing of the 13-l Doctor TAYLOR'S cri.bVtua r iAititt, < ;
30 doz Negro Caps GO doz Hoes "assorted." above matter is postponed '
; Genuine *"
Chloride of Gold and Sodium Calomel ; i'cfcr's Goods. BALSAM or LiiH5woRT.ttJ.wl
Vegetable until
Jalap, Antibillious the :30th( June next.
Tickings Cottoi Ingrain Carpeting, Cotton Cards,Trace Chains. pares at 315 HOW En Y. This cf tres"1"t
I'vhnc. Rhubarb ,
Ipicac.! Pnlvr. and Root. Sen- fills. DRILLINGS Osnaburgs For sale low f to close Apalachicola, April i21 I, 1517. Ij- m plan
consignments, by
na, E'i: *,''i >.ilt<, Bachn Leaves, Cast' supply, just received and for Jeans, Flmnels, Blankets Ccj- The hearing of the above matter is now espoused by several eminent phySiCi2'
saleby LOCKHART & cfk
; jW" !'" \',I'r4, Soda Powder", Sulpherr AFRESH 17 If. F. ABELL.i Tweeds, Shirtings, Sheetkigs, Checks, Nov. 53 YOUNG until the 30th of November next. postponed and has been for a long time, the secret

; .: r 1 ". ( t,',' 'n .1t'r-If'r. Alutn Ginghams, Calicoes, Delanes I Ho-jery, &c. &c. 1 Water street. Apalachicola, July 3, IS 17. unparalleled success which has attended D

C.J.jd :.:..1 ti." ', ',1" S ,i., Gum Ca. i COLD Pressed Castor Oil and Saratoga Water, For :sale by D. ELLISO &CO. Oil Cloths awl Taylor's medicine in performing its w 1I l
., : received and for sale Jan 23 Carpets.PCS cures, which in C35' **.
..b'J: flr;' rgp ,upply o.j by \ateritreet.. Oil Cloth, 1 and 2 wide Franklin Circuit Court. many, very many ',

;. r,1 {: :''1 :;: : ., .ml assortment of f fhl AprHjIfJ___ __ _____.__H. F. ABELL. 18 3 Ingrain yards ; Barnard, Adams &. Co., ) been almost incredible, but the conclusive P
EIDLITZ Carpeting
Yeast and Soda Powders of the pcs super ; the irresistiblewe
Doctor
forward
can bring
:111.i\ UJt Ij r a1e \liy S are t.
,n..r } i '. !.'. ,\nErL. rlol'ill IVIolases. best quality, for sale by 3 4' Cotton ". John Dill and: Elizabeth}} In Chancery.Ann advise all who may have coughs or J'W,'
tierces for 2 "
sale oy July 17 J. C. ALLEN. Stair c colds 'I 1*
IN
.5.- to this
Dill. use specific
e\'en.
!! :: k ;;:;ti 1 '1 i- .-iii! 'S.J just re- B. ELLISON & CO. For sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO. J perfect 'IUIII 11

CKVTMrcVti_ : : -'slt: !)) F -b 20 21 Water street. SULPHATE and MURIATE ,of QUININE, Dec : 41 Water street. J-TT having been made to appear by affidavit that delay. "Franklin" says a small leak t
the bighip. Therefore yourcough5'your
defendants John I cure
and Elizabeth
!M.r.. ABELL.J5 Ann
Di
.-\PI'U-- -L1 -_ -' Window Glass. July 17 J. C. N.I :Boots and Shoes. Dill, reside out ot the of Florida, to wit: lungs are past cure. For sale by ,
tH4 'nu; ud's LARGE lot of ---_ ALLl in the State J. C. ALLEN Sole A nl ( '
assorted and ,
. A sizes, just received -- BOY'S Men's Russet Brogans ; Georgia. It is ordered that pub :
,. .. .... tdforsalehy : and for sale IfoarSiomid lication be made Apatachl'O
'CC \ ;1 < j; -' by ady. I sew'd and peg'd Kip Brogans ; > for four months, in some newspaper 'i

JIJ., L H. j F.; ABF.tL.o'i'H June 12 H. F. AfiELL.Bailey's P EASE'S Clarified Essence lof Hoarhound Gents fine Calf Brogans ; printed in the city of Apalachicola, requiring CAUTION-The genuine Doctor TAn::I

-- '-{ I Candy, just received and forble by Wm's peg'd and sew'd Shoes; do. do. them to appear and answer said bill, else BALSAM OF LIVERWORT, has on the brl '
Tonic Mixture. Chilren'
S :' June' 2 II F. ABELL.Carpenter's Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco will be taken confesso. i splendid steel plate engraving, to Jlrevent rtf'
pro
\ i the subscriJ. i.
with ._ _
1)n.v i "I? IMS :' is a valuable compound fluid extract of ___ ; terfeits 111
signed ,
Gurdon Leeds
TlIS : Ladies' by J. any
Super coarse and fine THOMAS
Calf BALTZELL
br d'rUI" (tU'ir .:-neefrom the city, will and Rubra Boots. Judge.
a vegetable febrifuge Extract M IJticIm. A large and cxteng I Ju1y21,1SI7. vile and dangerous imitations, ar.d the {ubhtjtJ
,)leastf Id!apply to JMr. Charles A. Green. for the cure of Fever and Sold by foi alc assortment, just received 2S-4tn cautioned in It,
.iglC' WARRANTED jjcnninp, by and for sale by G. not to purchase or deal
July 12. J J, DAY & CO. June 1'1 ii. F. .AIJELL..5' |(j|. ALLEN. Dec 5 Wi PORTER, Water& street.CO. :, ROSE 17 Lavandtr Water, for sale. by protected by the U. S. Copy Right Laws;

J I J. C. ALLEN. March 21 l. 1815. 12-U
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