I ....

_ *

33unftu!3i8 Z0fwtorp.
B. Ellison & Co.,
24 Water street

~b ctr

E. J. Hardin,
to- Office, No. 6 Columbus Buildings,
Jan 16 Apalachicola, Fa.
Roberts, Allen & Co.,
And Manufacturers of Tin, Iron, and Cop-
per Wares.

Wm. W. Sias. WM. W. CkEEVE-.
Sims &- Cheever,
Office No. 24 Water street.
dec12 Apalachicola, Fla.
Wtrood & Balnout
Oince No. 42 Water street.--Up stairs-.
hJan 16 Apal,-ichicor,, Fa.
Tqihomas Preston,
No. 29 Water st.-Office second backroom.
Dec 26 Apailachicola, Fa.
3-. S. &J. 3I. 11111.
No. 41 W3iatnr -;treet,
Cfiarles Rogers John MIunn. Eugene W. Rcigers.
-Cahas. Rogers & Co.,
Water street,

:v X Noirse, B. Stone, H W. Brooks
N a -ise Stolle &;Co.,
No. 45 Water street,
0.-." 1 2 'A.)al.at hico:Ba, F:la.-

N0:VI 13 I S 6 N nl FO A R D A I) G
l E R C -1 A NT S,
No. 53 Water Atreet,
-k hov2t Ajalachicola, Fla
:t' J'i!vl:.I~alADAY. DANEL J.. DAY.
.1. D")ly" s C.,
CO I[SSI()N :vl E it C. a N T S-,
No. 52 Water d'reef, i -
Dec 5 Apalachielula, Fa.
: .,\ls6,4,^eaeitsftp.rthe ./Etnaliisurance Co."
the, "E rrjtectioh [('sar in'ce Co." and the "Hart-
or'l TIs'uraas e Co." [-lartford Conn.


Jo'101 S. aItelthllaon,
No. 50 Water street..
S,,licits patronage. APALACHICOLA, Fa.

Jais. F. Farrier,
No. 50 Water street.
Dec' 5, Apalachicola, Fla.
P. W. CulleR,
RSolicitfs a share of Public Paibza'ge.

W;V lirter & co.
No. 41 Water Street.
)ec P dApal-ohicola', Fa..
0. -It. W 1)1l < Co.,
,'.M[ 13-3[ ON ANQ -F 0 R X A R D I NG
AMiPqRC ANr s,
,No. 7, Columbus Rtow,
N'v. 21,18-1N. Apalachieoln Fla.

Ivylie ,A "$l.e-azic,
'V; 0 1 1 I q [4 3 r 0 N M.21 gCA NTS,
N.). :2 W ater streets
";,> 1,r 1S.1S. Y alacehiola, F-1.

.7. '..trict .ir tt'e i[oI l l .'laid to putting up fami ly,
steanlioat and ship stores.
No. 49 Water street,
NoV. 1 Ap alachJ0ola,-.Ela.

Coolie &- Forsc,
No. 13, St. Cha.rles Street,
A-vr'iVw S. CbOKc. Amos HoruN.
tell &.
Edward teC lly,
Office No. 50, Water street,
Jan 16 Apalachicola, Fa.
D. Danforth.

Professional N2otiace

Oz May be f'und at hi residence, corner of
Centre and High streefs,.opposite the Mansion
House. Nov S.
Dr. A. W. Chapman,
Oi- 0fice over the Drug Store ol B. S. Hawley,
(entrance on Chestnut street.) Residence at the
house lately occupied by Dr. Baltzell,
January'10, 1846. 2-tf

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

A. G. Sesnuixes,
0-. Office, /Vo. 2 Capt. Sinitizon's Building,
-cf. 0f Centre & Comrnerce streets.
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.

-E IT IIL. F. Ak ell,
)P/\bL3[ .) ^'[n-,. {EDI)CINES. PAINTS,
OIL 3, LA'G L fc., &e
AIq(O- k re ieral amoutfme.nt of Statinery.
C >r. of "Criaatnut and Water t;'reets,
Anril 11 Aoalachicola, Fa.
* Sl. . D;,r,:lea,
No.--2 Colurnbus Buihldings,
Dac. '2T, 1, 15. Apalachicola. Fa.

C 0 M1 M r S 3 E 0 N M E R C H A N T,
No. ,13 waterr sireePt-u 'p stairs,
Dnc. .I, tn4.5. Aaachicola, Fla.
A-.,ar D7o a. C'!-t RLES PRATT.
"** -- S).61e k Prai, ,
No. 40 Water Street,
Nov 22 ,. A.):m!whicola, Fa.
dl. Ig. "r'ayhlor,
C ) A'113-310N : ND FORWARDING
No. 22 Water-street,
qe.t2 ly A)Ailachicola.
-C-r~uacis K66mtan,
6:Y '.)5., 830 r'3, SHOES, HA.S, AND
41 CLOTHINGi &c.
ox-t'! Chestnut-Street, Apalachicola, Fla,.

1. R. WooD.
Woo &;Co.
A.U.CT10 N7:..:'t k -\1DO COMMISSION
MERC.H \Nk i S.
" No;. 2"Col','nbs Buildinag,
Ont. 31.' A)alachicola-
r. 1 x 1ti 6 4. ';f
NO. -45 Water Street,
Oct. 24: Ap.ilachicola, Fa.

J.C.M Alen,
< s.Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
-fLASS, BR.USHES, &c.,&c.
A s-:'- alas .qrtntment of
car. of Oliesiur & Commerce streets,
Oiio 4 Ap dachicola, Fla.
B .S. i-'awley,
No. 28 Water street,
Dee 5 Apalachicola, Fa.
Akvery & Jones,
No. 43 Water street.
:. Dee 5. Apalachicola, Fa.
Ed ward lcCully,
N~o.. 50 Water street.
Dc 5 .Apalachicola, Fa.

* #^




{- 1

.g, !"another parcel of young men, six,.in nur- a little store.,or take some other sure and
her, on the result of a boat race they were I honest means of gaining money. But no-
OMISED HOUR. to have. The wager was three hundred 'no-he must make. money at once-he
. .dollars a side,.to which each was to contri- wonl:'nt borrow-and he was sure ofwin-
%.DF. ...
the flowers bute fifty. As ile first party wanted one to ning-and even if he were not, I win-or lose,
_ make up their number, they waited on hit or miss, he'd risk itf'
afy bowers, Charles to persuade him to join. 'We'll Two or three days after this distress-
nuie : Ie sure to' beat them,' said they. We are, ing interview. I was in one of "the "'Most
g hosts above to be sure, nearly .matched.in strength and ronliiintie spots on the romantic road to
r,courts of love, skillI; but then the boat we have engaged is S- some miles from the city. The
tis. as ruvh superior to their's as ihe stil is to road was beautifully level. I was killing
Pauiiy rise! ile moop, so that we cant help dealing on a sione bridge thrown across a ravine
heosk'ies then. 'You will gain fifty dollars fly if. worn to a great deplh by a slearn which
power. Yoi have only to pot in your share to ilae howled and tore throvialh it with wild and
ip t he lie ger of three hIfndred.' Chiarles terrible, thontgh magnificent effect. The
, ;r--t hesithleox long lime, but as usual, it ended road, I said, was level: awd it was,remark-
night : in his risking his money, ',hit or mi.-s.'|able, as the scenery was rather mountainous.
1*J i' r
!,.-. The boats were to start from a country seat I was sitting on a p-arapet of the bridge in-
Ij'-,eretsgiven, on tie island, a little above the city, to row dulging in those Ipleasing emotions which
(it,) filhe river some distaiice, turn a; buoy, anrd fine scenery always induces in us, when I
ijhe'e lo come down "gain. Each parlyhitred an saw trottjng furiously towards me two sul-
)i,ituy rise! experienced coxswain, and had every thing keys. As they drew near I .recognized
d hinr, complete before the eventfnl day which was the two racers ; and, "woe as me' Charles
Sthe skies to dec-de tlhe fate of their several fifties. was full a length behind. I saw his eye.-
)ower. 1Of course it came very sooni. and lherrace It was wIld-almost insane; his face was
ENCE. began in ihe presence of a good mainy peo- h)iaggard. The race was hopelessly lost,
itful to the pious mind pie. whom llie news had Ibrought together. and nothing bht debt and imprisonment re-
nt in all the diversified Our hero's party pulled, willi might and mailed to him. As he drew nearer he rose
hat no lot is too miser- main, and. by the time they reached the in his seat and threw a glance over the para-
:are. buoy, were full two boats length ahead. pet of the bridge. Then first I saw his des-
s Midnight walks the Nowv came Ole. display of skill in the two perate, his impious resolve. I rushed for-
coxswains. Horrible to tell, lhat of the ward to seize his horse-but loo late-loo
darkness with her wand, foremost ran the boat right against the buoy, late: he drove violently against the parapet,
by 1Thy watchtiil eve i i* ri *
b ili prayerhide sg and while the crew were -ngaged in reviling spring over, down-down into the dark,
fear'd grave, him, and in disentanaling the boat, their boiling water beneath. That wretched sui-
summer wave ; antagonist shot lar ahead and won. Their cidh His laIst plan had been deeply laid.
s, and s.me winters, coxswain had been bribed. His vehicle was dashed to pieces, and it
lie others droop) with -, ,ii 1
In due time Charles entered business for was supposed it was an accident. No eye
s tatter'd vest; himself, while I commenced practising me- but mine saw the speculator rush. I hit or
mother's brea-t ; diciue it the same riiy. He was drawn in- miss,' into the presence of his Creator.
his rus-t.worn chain; to a g greatt nay wild speenilaions, all of
t-r lord agiin ; IO'NEY AND MATRIMONY.
t.,.his langid eye, which ht rushed into hit or miss' somhe-
iew it erethe die.' lines winning, sometimes losing. 01, tile A shrewed and attentive friend observed
,o tear-drop fall, whole, however, lie ibecamne 'rich; and in one day to me, that he was impressed with
, and solace all(!" due lime married a beautiful and weaIlly llhe belief that, notwithstanding the eviJent
.. -girl, who died two years alter her marriage, increase of the country, fewer marriages
ItltsU leaving him childless. took place in the present day than in former
The slight check which she had kept times; and that lie perceived at church, iu
magazine for Sept] upon his. wild speculative disposition was his walks, and at public amusements, more
V1 1SS. now removed ; and lie soon turned his at- ohl bachelors a,,d old maids, than were seen
Sor4. tension to speculations in stocks, by which some fifty years ago. This is no doubt
ankee maxim which several of his acquaintances had made large true; a disposition to marrystill exists-
s made the foriun, fortunes. He examined with attention al mankind, in pursuit of hal~p'ness,.are...not
r';rising.,New Eng- inslhtoion in which the stocks were at that so blind as to avoid the only road which
ryin'.' Well, to be time very low. He looked cahtioisly iiito leads to il. But there is more caution ob-
v trying if you con- the state of its affii,'r;, and ]f0r the first time served int entering iulo that holy stale-mnen
objects, and do rnot in his fife acted with some prudence. He havenol ihesameconfideice, norwoneu the
es ofchalice. But did not go headlong into tile Ibsiness hit same moderation in their views, as i, n r-
ns, adages, and say- o mtss.' lie saw that the instituiion was mer limes. A yon nig an entering upon
1. The leaning of soul, that the stock must rise. and that 'lie stage of life, of limited means, a store-
n misrepresented by there was no miss at all in flie niatier-if keeper, or a respectable mechanic, is fearful
s pounce upon some was all hit. He invested every cent of his of 'haziarding his hopes in alliance with a
i in every persons forluine, about fifly thousand dollars. As female, o,, whose economy, industry and.
if centuries, streclh he had foreseen, tlhe stock suddenly rose, content. he cannot withsaleily rely; he con-
ravagant degree to he sold oui, aiud "found himself worth full tinues single, still eager to marry, still diffi-
of their own inter- eighty thousand. I waiiad on him among cult to please : and at length becomes an old
ieir maxim through the first to congraiulhre him on his success bachelor, full of whims and caprices, whom
ihselves., and I advised him t It) invest his ample for 1o woman ought to marry. Why is this?
hicrles'P- did. tine in 'real estate, and to retire from busit- It isbecause parents indulge theirdaughters
And a fine, mnanly ness. Rut I found him mad forspeciihaiions in notions of extravagance and fashion; they
and I were school- in stocks. Of course willi his admirable alarm youngcandidates for matrimony, and
y w\s that whenever success, the sober sense which lie had frighten by theirair and demeanor, theirdis-
ire. lie would slop, shown in his first disposition of his ir.oney, lance, coldness, and stately aspect, the very
ly to the side o( Ilis was gone. He could talk of nothing, but m,'n wviom they should jnudiciously and
* chances pro. and speculation's, speculatiots. He was con- morally encourage. A young lady is taught
one in his favor, lie viticed of his luck. He was a Cws,,ir, a something about rank ; reads much about
Nothing like iry. NNapoleon in fortune. He had never in his s-itiiment, her imagination is perverted by
ere goes!' He cer- life lost a venture. I ventured to remindl descriptions of elegant, accomplished, facin-
fellow I ever met himn of the homl race. P,,lh that was a ating men, who exist only iu fancy, and she
niformly successful. irifte The coxswain bribed and so forth, banishes flhe plain honest lover, who is cal-
(I into the midst nf I went away deeply grieved, for I was cer- culated to make her hapipy. and competent
was bad enouglh ii lain tlhat his ruin was at haIid. I relumred to provide for her comfort. This rank-
school-bov; but as home. resolving in my mind all the different this invidious andl weak classification in so-
p in life it'soon le- avail-able stocks in which I now became so ciety, .is an enemy to true happiness. A,
s determinned on his intensely interested as Charles himself. 1an should know ithat his wife is amiable
at he ever risked any though from iliffereni motives. Two da ys and industrious; a woman s h,,t1i d1scoV`e-r
1. We were going after this, 1 received a nole from my friend, that her husband is honest and capable;
ces not being very informing me ihatl he was going to iivesi then with economy and content. ihey must
ance of some seven nearly hiis whole fortune in .1 stock which be happy. The allurements of fortune also
town where we re- presented more plausible appeirain'ces than sprnd llheir baneful influences: a man will
ours. We stoplmed even that by which he made his first specU- not nmarry because llle lady has. no money,
io speak with the laiion. I was now seriously alarmed on his or only a small portion ; hlie lady refuses a
were acqnaiiledl.- account. I inquired all ,,ver lle city. gall- correc i and proper match because the ken-
slont, hard-featured ring wliat ihformalion I could with regard ileinan is not rich, and cannot afford to sup-
ig in wilh a goose to this instilution, and found that what I port tier in the same gaiely and extrava-
He was returning had suspected was the 'Case ; that it was rot- g,,nce, which a 'weak and indulgeent faller
sold everything hut lte, the stuck good f lor nothing, and tlie has encouraged, who. living it) the extent
o gct rid of it~some- directors a pack of ras,'als, wlho ihlrcW a of his means, lays nothing by for a rainy
fit, but no one was sp~e'ious coldoring over their affai,'s, so a? to daiy ; dresses his children itt tlhe fashion,
nglh ;a raffle hteing ntake theln applear sound to persons, who anil keeps his daughters ever single, and
greed t, by ;ill psir.- .in maiilers of[ stock, were uI t.ulial l like ever ho be pr,,vidled for Iby him A m an
heKre shbouhl b- six (l.harles. went round to hiis housee tn tenmpled hy riches, allies himself to pride
i,! ;a ha!; from wvhich llhe re:isoiis whiy the i,,sthluioii was ulisounul. willh all hiis w'ealtih, he enjoyes no happi-
T.['-r'e were lakeni bIll my adlvi,.e wais receivIl withi loohs anI hess, IIo Coniien. DtO saitisfaicli ib Il is ever
ryisen anl a h,'isk pshaws, and pshaiws, andl lo cut a long story llhe most safe for ari industrious matn to
e expected thant I shurl, hie, *hi1i or miss.' invested hiis whole marry ai girl who b)ringIs no fortune; whose
10 be urp. mnuch fortunee, with tlhe exceptiont o'f ftie or two weahhln oousists in virtue. economy aud con-
on r efl e,' I caime to the con- W ell. tlhe result was exa,'tly what might to Be prized I~ir beyond riclhes. If a falher is
afford to Int go for have been expec~tedl. The institution burst; ri'ch aitll'can afford to give a handsome por-
ked' iuponl raffling as the stock fell and fell, till it at leiigiF be- tion, with his dau _lhters it is ever the most
g. M y refusal dis- rai ne tolat~ly unsalealble d ha'rles' fo rnune iprudlent to seltle it urpon them ; a lhstilid ous
er. He turned to of e ighiy thousand became reduced to 'two. a,,d we;,k principle 01 delhcacy will induce a
himn with a tic'ket, So m ~chi fior hitl or ,iss.' man to question the lpropritey of besiow-
te same titme of (lhe T hie cr~edlitors rushed upon him lhke hun- iug a daughter and willih, hohhn her fortune.
ose, and of the ex- gry wolves. Every thing was Islo~st, every An honorable mna, wlio loves his wife, and
was of his drawing thing, except one horse--a bea{utiifl and wishes (o have the gratification of seeing
nee I perceived had swift irutter, part of his former splendid lher.)!!,!eliident, will ever be pleased at the
n him. He looked stud, which I kuow not flow lie manai~ged to pareniial provision which placees her beyond

head gravely theni save. e lie vicissitudes of trade and commerce.
Vhose j)16mp beauty In this distress, he called upon tie and Let mne speak more plainly. A man may
eo and overpowering imparted to me his mad plan for recovering give $'20,00.0 with his daughter; that sum,
began to count his his forrune, and his object in retaining the in capiaiil, is'not of great moment-in a day
first a quarter of a steed; He t61d me lie knew a young man il may be lost-a ship of that wornh may he
ten a cent ; and that who had a good many horses, aud who was wrecked, a friend may Fail, and vanish; the
[ I- looked at his eternally racing. He prop.asOed to challenge lather more prudently invests that sum in
ag-ain. At last hi him 0 toace upon the road for a large sum stock, settles it on Lis daughter antd her
well. hit or miss. I'll of money. ,He was sure i1 win. lie said ; children, and it yields $1400 per annum for
and won the goose. his ho'rse was immnensely superior to any ever; it is a handsom-e provision against
fair We separated. [ihe other owned. And in this way, by gam- want, it is a certainty in difficult times, she
York and entering a bling, he ,was going to make a nice little is never reduced it feel -a reverse of fortune,
to Yale lo finish capital to begin again the world., Again I and her husband, having no pressure of
g the interval that to0k upon me the task of a mnentor. 1 mind or care on that subject, attends lightly
!- heard frequently pointed out to him the guilty means he in. and happily to his concerns. Every mar-
risking money on ended to pursue, and then the chances ried man when he is able, should make thai
>w every day. He against him on the road; and then I advised provision for his wife; if he loves her, and is
ily gamble, but he him to sell his horse, and with the pro- a prudent, thinking man, he will do so.
it, as will be seen ceeds of the sale, and what money I could Reason, reflection, and a judicious eceno-
k, parcel of young lend him, to go to sortie other place, to my. will pave lhe way foir many advantages
made a wager with enter as clerk in a counting-house, or open through life. I have already dwelt upon


W. Qt. M~. aAyis, vaitor.
Ofie.*, "Third Story Ba s Buildings, corner of
'Commerce and Chestnut streets.
.s~scaiprtoss..--~hree Dollars per annum,
if -paid irr .tvrc.e, or $3 50 if paid within six
mo'atlih, or it 09 if paid thereafter.
NTo 3.6.i.ripiiiia taken for a less term than six
,, it i_-tlt 1. 2 wil! invariably be charged for
.::It ,:l "rio V ) paper will be discontinued until
all -trr?.,rates are paid, unless at the option of the
" Aovn:arnsS-M.'ris.--ieluare, (twelve lines
)r vl, ,rill ,)e ini-rtod at the rate of One Dol-
lar f'r the first, and Fifty Cents for every subse-
quest iiserttin.
ro tla,3a w-ho a-ivertise by the year a liberal
diiseont will ') ,n:de; but all advertisements not
strictly oertaniaia to their own business, as well
a; all lelr al -rtii3'u3-ts ,eat in by them, wi-R
b2. 'i'irar!I at the ,isuil rates.
; ki- VLI legal a lvertisemenats m6ist be paid for
in advance.
*j- 1,1ve D llari will be charged for announc-
I nV (IItidAte.-' for office.
..: kit t't.rti i;, n i ,ts fr'om a distance must
V V." I a, n.;il Vith the cash, 6r city reference,
, iniuire i,3i.ertifh.

the extravagance of female dress, because
the effect is: sensibly felt upon society in
general, and because females are, from their
confined situation and other ci*,umstances,
more entitled to indulgence. But there'-*
much to say and to censure in relation go
the dress of young men, who :areieneoeiI.
ag~ed in a growing extravigance by the weak
and dangerous partiality of their parents.-
The dress.of young men. inmthe, present d,ax
is not only cosily, but injurious tot -etr
prospect in life, and lays the foundation for
permanent and ruinous extravagance.. Ex-
amine the cost of a full dress for a fashion-
able young gentleman who parades. Brovtd
way, drives on the avenues, and attends the
opera' and the mere calculation of this one
item will be surprising; and when were-
collect the varioue et ceteras in the way of
useless trinkets, rings, chains, seyls,, &c.,
the amount annually expended will'. be al-
most incredible. Young men thus indulg.
ed are never prepared for a reverse of lfof-
tune, which so often happens when, it comes.
ihey, and their hopes Fail like Lucifer,"
and the remainder of their lives is spent in
wretched misery and dependence- often
ending in shame and dishonor.
The following little inecdoi"e, related by
the Rev. Mr. Rose, of England, in his dis-
course at the Episcopal Seaman's Chapel.
on Sunday evening, the 18th ult., may serve
to exemplify the way in which those who
are taught by the spirit of God, andiwho, arc
hereby led to make a business of their soul's
salvation, may find the means of communion
with a covenant Father in Christ Jesus, at
all times and nnder all circumstances. ,; ---
A gentleman, deeply interested in thi
progress of religion amongst seamen, went
to'pay a visit on board H. B. M. S.'Genoa,
74, shortly after the battle. of 'Navariao
where the combined fleet- of England.
France and Russia, under Admiral Sir Ed-
ward Codrigton, had annihilated the.Turk-
ish fleet, in consequence of a violation of
the law of nations by the Ottoman power.
The gentleman above referred..t to, .was
anxious to know if there was any piousneAas-
men on board the ship. He was informed
by the officer that there was one in paticu-
lar, who was moreover one of the best. hnds
in the vessel, and who had distiuguished
himself by especial bravery in the action.--
The Genoa was very critically situated at
one period of the battle, :having, beerpex-
posed, )single-handed, to the concentrated
fire of two Turkish line of-bat-tle ships, eclt
of the) of superior force to herselfi.which
was rapidly knocking two ports intone,
and had almost entirely cleared (he grinsin
that part of the vessel, strewing the-.d.ks
with the dying and the dead. This galRant
fellow, as his duties permitted, rushedto one
of the silenced guns, gathering a few others
around him, and again opened .a furiouA fire
on the enemy, which he sustained .unti.l as'-
sistance came, and throughout the-action'.
On the word being. pased, for him, .th.o
visiter, after a few preliminary questions, sai'a
to him, How did you feel on going into
Why, sir," said be, I ,.was,fortified
with prayer, and felt ready for anything that
God might please lo send." ... ;,
"With prayer?" said the questioner;
" but surely on the eve of a fight and .with
the decks cleared for-action, you must have
found it very difficult, or .almost-impossible
to find a suitable place of retirement for
"' Very true, sir," replied 'the gallant fel-
low, .."but there's a great deal of retirement
in a hat. ,* *;, ,
"Retirement ,in a hat,"' sad'ithe visited,
"what can you mean by that?" '.-.,
Why this, sir; of course there was no
place in the ship to retire to; and if I had
tried I might have thought to beskulking;
but after ihe ship was cleared -there',was 4
few momentsquiet before the action begun;
so I turned to- the bulwark, took off- my hat'
-held it before my face, and said-10 Lord,
for Christ's sake forgive all my sins, enable
ine to dopmy duty this day,;:support the
arms of my country; and if I fall, fit me for
death, take care o(f-my anmily, and receive
my soul to thy glory for Christ's $,ake."-
Almost inmmediately after the ace-ion,.began,
and I felt ready for anything. So you see,
sir. there's a great deal of retirement in
Reader, go thou and do likewise. After
this, let no one complain that he cann0,t
serve God or seek the...salvation7 ofyhi SOUl
from press of duty or want of reli~rement in
a. vesseL. In salvation work, as well as int
all worldly affairs, the, old p loverb, holds
good t hat.-"wvhe'e there's a will there's a
way."--[ Sheet Anchor.



The fountains serenade
Upon their silver lute-
And, nestled in their lea
The forest birds are m
The bright and glitterin
Unbar their golden ga
While Nature holds Ier
And for her client wa
Then, ladv, wake-'!in'b
'Tis now the proniisep
When torches kindle in
To liglit thee to thy b
The day we dedicate ;".
To love the witching
For all that's bp.,ii1i!!- ii
In hoirs like th-6p ,in
E'en thlus the swceti8 Io
The iroonli(,O-,ht o;i tl'
And all th bh!is ,qo fepr:
Are mingi -'d, Ive, In
Then, ladv, w.,kt--in b
'Ti6 now Ihe pr,,mnie(
When t,,rches kindle in
To light thee to thy h
There is something delight
in the idea tlhat God is prese
scenes of human life, and tlh
able to engage his paternal c
" E'en now, while voiceles
And spreads the wings of Da
What scenes are witnessed 1
What millions waft to Thee
S-the gaily vanish to an urif
Flel as the s'dn-flash o'er a
8Some wear out life in smile
S me dire with hope, whi
The vagrntri's roaming In hin
The babe is sleeping on its I
The captive's inCt'ring o'er
The widow's weepiiing for he
While manv a m rnrio .i-hnt
To dreams And yet no sigh can swell, r,
But Thor, wilt see and guide

Apalachicola, Fa.

Jan 23

Dec 12

Apalachicola, Pa.

Apalachicola, Fa

dec 12

Green & Councry,
No. 36, Water siree ... .
Pelican Mutual Insurance Co. of New York.
CHASE. A. G.EEN, Agent.
Dec 5 No. 36 Water street.

[From the National Ma
H I T 0 PR. M
A regiar, go-ahead Y
is in the mouth, and ha'
of more than. one enter
i. nlder,"-is nol'hli like i1
sure tihere'is nothing like
fine yourself to proper
apply (lie maxim to gami
the best proverbs, maxim
ings, will be misapplied
the Bible itself has been
evil men. Maoy Ipersons
old. saw thit has been
roulli for hall' a score o
its applicaiion to ain ext
snil their purblind view
.esis, andI l)y making il Ilt
life, and finally, ruji'n their
This is jiist what Ch
He wA;is a friend of mine.
fellow he was too. He
fellows. His peculiarity
risking any. great venflu
c!;ip his finer very sage
nose, and consider the
!on.; and if there was
would exclaim--"well,
ina!' Hit or miss, lie
mainly was the luckiest
wilh. He was almost u,
This rushing blind-folde
the territory of chance
the small ventures of a
he Maide a further step
came evieWnt 1hal lie wa
ruin. The first time tha
money I recollect wel
out on foot, our 'renur
magnificent, it llie disi
or eight miles from lIhe
sided, to visit friends of
oi1 our wv;i a ;t an inn
keeper, wilh whom %e
As we were talking. a s
,ld farmier camne lomitisi
haiin,, over his arm.
from( the markei, having
his gUose. He wariedl l
how or other wih pri)r
disposed to ,hn. At len
proposed and eaiierly ag
ties, it was decided' ltah
tickets, ata qnirrter of '.
be, as usual, shaken ;;i
eachl wo hld ilrnw h-,4 !,ot.
by wo; g'rinnin_ v',!IIt
miller; il .w;s o() co' rs
would 'talke one. I fll,.
inclined hlitt wayV ; l)h l
the chancess againsi me.
elulsion thai would n'ot
nothing ; besides I look
no better than gambling
appointed the old farin
Charles and. presented
talking garrulouslyis at tl
tnagnificence of his goo
t reme proibability there
the prize. This eloque
a nirvellhis e, effect upo
at me, bil 1 shook my
lie looked at the goose, i
produced 'sucih an interis
eIreci, thatI- he actually b,
motey. He produced fI
dollar; then a dime; lh
was all he cold show'
little store and sighed
exclaimed, as usual--'
risk it. And so lie did,
Shortly after his a
Charles going to New"1
counting-house, and I
my education. During!
we were thus separated,
of him. His rage for
chance seemed to gro
certainly did not exact
came within an ace of i
from 'the following. A
men, five iin number,

t:n'rcr Sc Hoia'n^
S1 Jzeni. .,f"or the
of thVe Cily of ]..,Vew York,
No. -)I Water street, i
_ Dla ., e..!..Apalachicola, Fa.

,2- Cotton bought on order.
Refers to
B. F. HOLDEN, New Orleans.
-esssrs. ,VYLIF- & MCKi.NZIE, Aachol.

A lawyer retained in a case of a salt anp
battery was_ cross-examining a witness In
relation to the force of the blow struck.
What kind of a blow was it ." demand-
ed the lawyer.
A blowv of the common kind'."
"Describe the blow."
"I am not good at description.'. .!,
I'Show me what kind of a blow it was."
I cannot."
"You must."
The lawyer appealed to the Court.
The Court:'told the witness that'if the
counsi, insisted upon his showing what kind
of a blow it was, he must 1o so. .
Do you insist upon it?" asked the wit-
I do," said the lawyer. ....
"Well, then, since you compeel re, to
show, it was this kind of a blow!" and attthe
same time suiting the action tothe :wqrd,
knocked over the astonished disciple of Coki
upon Littleton.

He who dreads giving ltgbt to thfi.peopl.
is like a man who builds a bouse without
windows for fear of ligtniog.

II. E. Owens,
CLAY-TON, Barbour Ctfunty, Alabama.
April -29, 1846. 2-tf

John Bilbo,
W ILL practice in the several Conrts of the
South Western Circuit, and Thomas and
Stewait counties
Aug. 5,1845. 31-tf

L UMBER INSPECTOR.-The undersigned
having been appointed Inspector ot Lumber
for the County of Franklin, offers his services to
the publicdn that capacity, and will attend to all
duties appertaining tosaid appointment.
March 22i,1845;



1846. 1847.
To Great Britain........... ,102,369 830,909
France. ..-........... 359,703 281,498
North of Europe..... 86,692 75,"
Other freign ports.... 118,028 '93.138
.......A.666,792 1,241,222
Showing a decrease of 271,460 bales to
Great Britain; 1,18,217 to Fiance, 11.003
to North of Europe, and 24,900 to other
foriegn ports, making total decrease in the
year ending September 1, 425,570 bales.
The quantity taken for home use during
&lo year amounted to 427,967 bales, being
4,900 bales more than last year.
The quantity of new Cotton received at
the S'i5ipptg Ports up to the 1st. inst.
arno'u'n'rea t6 1,U bales, against about 200
bales last year.
Total Crop 1827-8, 712.000 t1837-8..... 1,801,497
1828-9 ......... 857,744, 183-9 ..... 1,360,532
1829-30......... 976.8-45 189--40 ....2,177,835
1830-1 ....... 1,0W8,848 1840-1 ..... 1,634,945
1 -- .... .'.. 987,477 1841--2..... 1,683,574
1832-- 1,01D438 1842-3 ..... 2,378,875
1833:'-4-. 1, .-. *), 5, 1843-4 ..... 2.030,409
18345" ..'. *-,25M?,58 2 1 844-5 ..... 2,394,503
35-6 ........ 1,6,25 18,43-6..... 2,100,537
1836-7 ........'. 1,422,93011846:7..... 1,778,951

THEM.-The 'Slate of Arkansas invites emi-
grants to comie andtak'e ia~nds which have
been forfeited fo r taxes, an hb payment
will ib'e requif'ed for rhbeln. The Auditor,
upon proof of sellle'imel't-, ll 'nake Sh ideied;
which deed the Supreme Court of th'e
State has decided will be Valid. The fort
(etted tracts comprise some of 'the 'fi'nes
lands in the State, and now is fie chance for
a cheap home or a speculation. The Little
Rock (Ark.) Banner office has just issued
a volume of 75 octavo pages, containing a
list of all the lands which the State can do-
nate, and tire laws relating thereto.

U. S. SCHR. Org-KA-HY-E.-TheU.".
schr. On-ka-hy-*e, twenty days from Penisa-
cola, arrived at New York on Thursday
morning. Passexl Midshipman Chas. Wad-
dell, after an i t'ess of five days, died on the
30th Aug.

uYr-city. as all our readers know by th.1
time, has b'e'en passing through a severe trial
-a fearful orde-fl. The ravages oflhe des:
Wrective epidl'emic, which we have .beeni
visited-, were At one litte indeed appalling.
But; thanks k i'Wihat Providtence which guides
our destinies; bflite myteyio.bus. but always
wise and merciful, th'e m alad.y has been in a
grelkl Uegree Strippled] of iis lmwer. At one
lime 1t6 stoutest h'earlis qluailed in view ot
the desolation aroiH 0d u1, but now. although
lire poison is far t1mm being ereticaited, we
all .- breath freelr'," ab-d ithe bl)i'ion prevails.
and with good reAs'dn i41; th-i t he crisis has
beren passed. Notwilhsiandinig it is our
happiness to make this announcement to-
day, yet we feel con4'rained io repeat the
advice which is pijven by all our physicians:
that residents now ab'setit. and strangers
should delay visiting 1he city until a frost
shall have scatiered-annihilated the pesti-
The weather has been plc'asant for a num-
ber of days past, and the evenings are beau-
tiful to a degree beggarNing description. It
is hard to realize in beholding at night the
ski-es-eoual in splendor and loveliness any
which Italian writers have ever described,
that poison lurks in the atmosphere, but so-
it is.
The aggregate of deaths in the city for
one weak frohi Saturday nmorniing. the 18th
inst., has been 201, oF Which 102 were of
yello* U'ever. The correslionding figures
of the preceding week were 249 and 161._
The report of initetrments in our sister city of-
Lafayette, has been irregularly received this
week. and the deaihths |herie a"ebonsequently
not brought irnto this estimate-. The Iheahlth
or that place has greatly iimpr'oved. No
fears are expressed of a new impulmse being
given to the epidemic in elihe- city, unless
abseidees should r'etirrit, or strangers should
come among us. We rebpeat the precau-
tion that it is dangerous to dto so.
.... [N., O. Picayune. 26th ult.
Syracuse Star gives currency to the follow-
ing, which if true, is one of the most re-
markable coincidences that has' come under
under our eye f'or many a d,y i
We give the facts "Stated below upon
thie best authority. They furnish another
brief "4txl singulir chapter in tlhe history eof
the sudden demise of Mr. Wrighf.
",Among thek immortal seventeen Sena--
tots" of 1823. Silos Wright and Herman''
J, Redfiehl 'er'e Conspicuous. .-or nearly"
30 .ye-.,rs past they have not oity been warn

political friends, but on terms of personal
intimacy. About two weeks since, 14rr
Redfield, who resides at Batavia, received it
friendly letter from Mr. Wrighi, in which,
the writer alluded touchmgly awi eloquent-
ly to the sad havoc that death had mhade
in the ranks of the 11 Seventeen Senators."
To this letter Mr. Riedfield~mAde a reply, in
which he dwelt at length upon the sad alu-
sion Mr. Wright had madde;;)and expressed
his thankfulpess that so far the lives of his
friend and himself had been spared. This
letter was received by Mr. Wright on the-
morning of his demise, and it was while
reading it in the Post office that he was at-
tacked by the disease which suddenly ter-
minated bis useful and honorable life."

A large business, however to be done in
wheat and flour, but at declining rates,
mainly influenced by large supplies, both
home and foreign.
The home harvest is looked tiptiiAns
secure, and the crops generally considered
to be a full average, and other produce is
not deficient, either in quality or supply.
COTTON.-Sea Island; ordinary to mid-
dling, 10 a 13d per pound ; fair to good fair,
15 a 18d.; good to fine, 20 a 4d ; stained
various from 5Ad to 10d; bowed Gborgia
ordinary to fine, 61 a 8d; Mobile, ordinary
to middling 6j a 6j a 8d; Alabama and
Tennessee, ordinary to middling, 6 a 6.d ;
fair to good fair, no quotations; N. Orleans
ordinary to middling, 6i a 71d ; fair17 a 8d;
good to fine, 86 a 81d,
The pressure which unfortunately still
exists in the money market, has materially
affected the operations of manufacturers,
producing a disinclination to speculate, aad
a decided curtailment of the consumption
of cotton. Prices are, however, maitdtaid-
ed with remarkable firmness and a fair a-
mount of business has been done. It must
notwithstanding be confessed that business
wears a gloomy aspect in the manufacturing
districts, with little promise of reaction until
money becomes more obtainable.

WEALT,,litke the dropping well at
Knaresborough, has the most petrifying
properties, It hardens the heart, it dead-
ens the affections, itinarrows the sympathies,
it chills the warm current of benevolence, it
raises artificial and unnecessary barriers be-
tween the necessitous and the affluent-be-
tween the suffering and the successful, it
banishes the memory of past services,
breaks up the bonds of brotherhood, con-
verts the living, breathing, dependent man

No one would take you to be what you
are," said an old fashioned gentleman to a
dandy who had more hair than brains.-
"Why?" was immediately asked. "Be-
cause they can't see your ears."
MODESTY.-A young lady in Boston re-
cently fainted on entering a room where
stood a burea without drawers. At least so
says the Post.

announced as a candidate we felt it was use-
less for ustiO c0trend against his popularity
with his party; as we expected, he did
what no other man in the county could have
done-he rallied the people of his party to
his support. He has been elected, and in-
asmuch as he has pledged himself to carry
out the same views and treasures, the es-
tablishment of which as the law' of the land,
led us to desire a seat in the Legislature,
we have a right to be satisfied-and we are
every way satisfied with the, result of the
election. We believe that his election is
more regretted by some of the leaders of
his own party thah it is by us. His inde-
pendence is a thorn in their sides.
To those of the people who gave us their
support in face of the stdrim of bppositioh
which we encountered, we return our
thanks; TO the mtehanics and Working
men, Who supported our popular opponent,
we also are grateful for the kind feelings
which they exhibited to us-we do not
blame their attachment to their tried friend
which deprived us of their votes. He de-
served all that they have done for him, and
we hope lie may be successful in carrying
out the measures for their benefit, which
we proposed, and he declared himself in
favor of.

THE RIcE HARVEST.-The Savannah
Republican of Saturday sayst-s-" The wea-
ther has not been very flattering, but still
our rice planters are succeeding in getting
in their crops in good order. Yesterday
was a very good drying day. We have ac-
counts from three of the principal planta-
tions on the'Altamaha, which are very en-
couraging. They are going on well too on
the Ogeechee. Notwithstanding several
cases of individual suffering, the whole crop
in Georgia will probably be a large one, and
the rice of superior quality."



1 _

- .. ., .

fl The New York Shipping 4f Com-
raercial List publishes its annual statement
of the Cotton Crop, from which we extract
the following condensed statement:

The last number of Howitt's Journal con-
tains an account of the new and important
discovery of a disinfecting fluid, together
with the reports of commissioners who were
appointed by the English Government to
test it. These reports are published by or-
der of the House of Commons. It was
discovered by a French chemist, and its
wonderful effects are certified to by a com-
mlissloner appointed by the French Govern-
ment, by certificate.. of'surgeons and physi-
cians of the different hospitals in Paris, and
by the -Minister of War. We have room
only for the following extracts in relation to
, its effects, from the N. Y. Evening Post;
A fluid which possesses the property of
destroying noxious gasses has been discover-
ed by a French chemist, and placed by him,
through the instrumentality of an energetic
ant patriotic Engllshman, at the disposal
of the English Government. This disin-
feceing fluid," as it has been named, is in-
expeasive, simple of application, and with-
out any odor of its own. It destroys the
"' t Si smell of all substances, animal or
vegetable, in any stage of decomnposirion,-
-"' *.; t, (icad-roonis" of hospitals,. all dissec-
ting rooms,- the subjects of coro-er,' in-
quests, or of any post mortem exaaifnation,
Ina-, by its presence, be ren eren perfectly
inioffnsive. Portions of" !rman remains
portions of ,ii 1 1 1eaitns, of fish, of vege-
table matter so putrid ars scarcely to retain
their form sufficiertlty to be recognised,
have by it been :restored to their natural
odor. Night soil, arrived at that most
poisonous picli of stench which it emits
,vheon a;inttiulated for years in cesspools, is
,hy'it nearly deprived of all smell; that which
*itelains being so trifling as only to be per-
ceptible by very close observation. Cess-
pools, into which a certain portion of this
fluid has been poured, have been emptied in
open day, and the contents catted away, and
neither-the men employed,*the people of the
neighborhood through which it passed, have
had any cause to complain, or indeed (ex-
ceptsthose whose attention was drawn to the
matter) have been conscious of the proceed-
ings. The nlght-mnen, whose occupation is
usually so disgusting and dangerous as to be
most painful to contemplate, have express-
ed their astonishment at this wonderful re-
lief. Thus disinfected, this material be-
comes a valuable manure. It is said .to pre-
vent- the potato disease, but we require fu-r-
ther time and experience before that can be
ascertained. There is no doubt from sever-
al observations, however, about its being
highly fertilizing to vegetation in general,
much more so than the night-soil uninixed
with this fluid, because the chemical action
is to fix aql that is nutritive, and to destroy
all that is at once hurtful to life and offen-
sive to thesense of smell.
In sickness, also, the relief afforded will
be extraordinary. A sick room may b&in
the course of two or three minutes, perfectly
purified by the use of a small quantity of
this fluid, and all that was disagreeable to
the senses before replaced by a sense of
singular freshness. The crowded wards of
hospitals have been not only purified, but
the creation of any offensive smell at all has
been prevented by it. In thinking of a
number of sufferers whose proximity in their
state of sickness and prostration necessarily
renders each a cause of offence and addition-
al suffering to all, the blessing of this new
power to prevent this portion of their cala-
mity is very striking.
But there is a more important conse-
4uence involved. The generator of all the
.lasses of infectious disease, the poison
vhich, arising from the decom position of
animal and vegetable mailer,, becomes dif-
used in the atmosphere, and, bein-g inhaled
,ito the lungs, causes that dreadful scourge,
!,ver, is neutralized, is actually destroyed by
he chemical action of this fluid. The
anger to which-the nurses and medical at-
"ndants are perpetaully exposed, and which,
:, the present bad form of fever prevailing
so great an extent, has been particularly
ilal, will now be averted. And it appears
:om the experience already acquired, that
most beneficial effect is produced on the
patients themselves by this purification of
ie air around them. We should naturally"
ave expected this, and it proved so. A
yet patient becomes in himself a source of
iver. All the exhalations given off from
"*m are dangerous to life; and while he in-
ales them he is continually taking fresh
)ses of the poison that has prostrated him.
y annihilating the poison a wonderful as-
stance is given to the physician in curing
jm. Hitherto this" effect has been produe-
ed as fatr as possible by ventilation in all well
a'yegulated sick ornos and hospitals, but the
ltew fluid does it much more completely.--
V'entilatio, only dilutes, this gets rid of the
t)0!SO! In tbe must crowded and ill-venti-
sated wards, fife.d with cases of dysentery
-tad fever, in the dreadful form now prevail-
mg in [reland, it has been found sufficient
to wave iu the air and to hang around the
beds pieces of iinen saturated in the fluid,
and the state of' the atmosphere has been

changed in a few ninnies from one so nox-
ious as to be highly dangerous to all those
whose duty called themn into the dreadful
service of breathing it, into one of perfect
safety and purity; while 1he suffering
patients declared themselves Ao be "1in

Never tell your own affairs to any old gos-
siping housewife. Let her appear ever so
specious-so sincere-so eandid-be sure
avoid her, and keep your own secrets ; for
the only reason she has for prying into your
secrets-for insinuating herself into your
confidence, is to learn some error or defor-
mity existing in your family, on wbicjh she
may feast in secret delight for a luxuriant
moment, and then share some of her choi-,
cest bits with her neighbors, Treasure this
up and act tup)on it, arid it will save you years
of mortification, if not of heart-burning and

LOVE or APPROBATION.-An Irish ora-
tor, speaking Of an opponent's'love of praise,
described him as so vain in that respect,
'that he would be content to give up the
ghost, if it were but to look up and read the
stone cutter's puff on his grave.'
A wet silk handkerchief, tied without
folding over the face it is said, is a complete
security against suffocation by smoke, it
permits free breathing and at the same time
excludes the smoke from the lungs. It has
heen effectually Iried.

States have increased the postage on papers
passing from the Boston steamers to Cana-
da, in consequence of which orders have
been issued from the General Post Office
here to add one half penny in prepaying (he
papers from this country to Canada.
I do not find much of general interest
from Ireland. There have been several re-
cent piracies on the coast in attempting to
rob corn laden vessels. A few days ago
one hundred and fifty men in boats attempt-
ed to board a vessel, but were driven off,
with some killed arnd others wounded. A
trader was boarded off Achillhead, and
mw'hfle in the acrt of -pltmdering, the stea-mer
Daher case up,'fired, killed one *man and
took five prisoners.
MURDER AND SuICI'E.-Paris, for sev-
eral days has been in a state of great excite-
ment, caused by the murder of the Duchess
of Praslin, by her husband, andi the subse-
quent suicide of the Duke.
The Duchess was a daughter of Mars'hal
Sebastiani, a beautiful woman, mother of
nine children, tfhe eldist 'being'the only one
married, to a rich Piedmontese gentleman,
residing at Turin. The second daughter
*left Paris the day beforrelthe murder, to. j0in
'her grandfather, who was on a visi9,to Ge-
neva. The others were at Paris.- It ap-
pears that the governess, a-very accomplish-
ed woman, had recently been dismissed by
the Duchess 'for sufficient cause, and had
gone to reside in a 'large boarding school in
Paris, as a teacher.
-The D.ke ;and* :Duchess aiad been 'or
some time at Havre, and returned the day
previous to the murder. It is said'tha't tI'e
Duke on his arrival at Paris called to seo
their late governess before he went to his
own residence. This was known to the
Duchess, and high words were the conse-
quence in the evening.
On the morning of the 18tlh inst.,'between
'five and six o'clock, the waiting maid was
awakened by her lady's bell, and instantly
proceeded to her apartment, the door of
which was locked from within.
After calling, and receiving no answer,
but hearing groans, she called other ser-
vants and broke open The door, and found
the Duchess iu the agonies of death, hav-
ing received seven wounds some from a
poignard and some from other instruments.
The alarm in the house soon brought the
Duke into his wife's apartment, (they had
separate apartments for some time,) and he
threw himself on:the dead body ; but from
his manner and other'circumstances he was
suspected by 'the officers of justice who had
come in, and was not permitted to depart,
nor was any one allowed to leave the pre-
mises until the chief of the police had ar-
rived. The Duk-e being a peer of France
and a member of the King's household, it
was a malter of doubt whether he 'could be
sent to prison, but two police offices were
kept in his chamber.
On Saturday morning he was removed to
a prison in the palace of Luxembourg, in
such a state of pros'tration that it was found
necessary to carry him from his roomjo
the carriage. This removal of the Duke
to prison was ordered by the Chamber of
Peers, which had been summoned imme-
diately after the act of murder became
known to the King. It is said that when it
was announced at the Palace-the Queen
fainted and was afterward in hysterics for
somre lime-. Notwithstanding it was gener-
ally supposed the Duke would make an at-
tempt on his life. he got possession of some
drug which he swallowed ; the fact was soon
discoved and methods were adopted to coun-
teract the effects of the poison. These had
the desired effect for a time, but the unfor-
tunate man died on Tuesday the 24th,
The death of the Duke relieves the
Chamber of Peers of the painful trial that
was to be brought before it ; but the man-
ner of his death has produced many re-
marks against those in authority. Indeed
the Paris correspondent of the London
Times says that it was the wish of some
I high in uuthority that the tragedy should
thus end.
Both the Duke and Duchess had large
fortunes. The latter was a friend to the
poor and distressed of every kind. Among
the entries in her memorandum book are
these-" One hundred l'rar~cs given to Mrs.
T> to assist in obtaining a substitute fur her
son; 50f. sent to R., whose wife was re-
cently confined." The clergymen with
whom she was acquainted w'ere her almo-
The governess has been arrested ; a large
correspondence wpith this woman has been
found in a cabinet in the Duke's apartment.
Four of the Paris journals, the R~eforme,
Gazette de. France, Uniou Monarehique,
and Charivari have beent seized for having
published some strong remarks upon the
murder of the Duchess, and connected that
event with the general corruption of society
in Fr'ance.
In reference to the call for assistance by
ringing the bell, it must have been done
after the murderer had left the room. There

must have been a great struggle between
the Duchess and the assassin, as she re-
tained some hair in her hand when first
found by the servants. One account says
that the bell must have ben rung while the
Duke was completing his horrid purpose
and that the servant, perceiving that it was
daylight, put on her clothes before answer-
ing the summons, thus enabling the mur-
derer to escape.
The Queen of Spain and her husband
are on worse terms, if possible, than ever.
He refuses, it is said, to see her for four
months-which, we should think, so much
gain to both parties, until they can meet in
better temper.
The Ministry resigned on the 13th ult. in
conformity with Lord Palmerston's demand.
Senhor Rodrigo Magalhaens for six days
tried to form a ministry, and then gave Lp
the task in despair. The prospects of this
priest-and-royalty-ridden country'are gloo-
my indeed. Clouds, shadows and dark-
ness rest upon it."
There had been symptoms of disturbance
at Lisbon, but no violent outbreak had ta-
ken place by the last advices. A, Cabralist
pronunciamento was more than probable-
and the removal of the British force will be,
from all appearance, a signal of a general
LivzRPoom, Aur. 27.-The sale of Cot-

Later from Europe.'
"' UNION."
The French 'steamer Union arrived at
New York on the morning of the 16th inst.
For the summary of news by her, which
will be found below, we are indebted mainly
to the New York Commercial Advertiser,
The Union left Cherbourg on'the 31st of
August, and brings 70 cabin and 150 second
cabin passengers.
By this arrival we have Paris papers to
the 30th of August, London letters from our
correspondent to the 28tb, and Liverpoolito
the 27th of August.
The London papers mention the failure
of Castellian, Sons & Co., and Messrs.
Woodley, of London; Lyon & Finney, 'ef
Liverpool; A Dickson & Co., of Belfast,
and a house of old standing, whose liabilities
are estimated at X40,000.
Among other large failures, is that of no
less a person than the Governor of the Bank
of England.
Flour had fallen to less than one halfits
price a few weeks ago.
The London correspondent of the Com-
mercial writing on the 27(h ult., says:
On Monday the bouse of H.CastelliaBn&
Co, suspended payment.
THE GREAT BRITAIN.-It :is reported
that the attempt to get this vessel off has
again failed, and that t'helproject is io be
On the 29th August the London Money
market was easier, The liabilities of Mesws.
Robinson of whom the Senior partner is
Governor, ef tfhe Bank of England, were ifer
dx 0'5,000.
The Lon-do.n Times of August S8th,
There was scarcely any business transact.
ed in the corn market to-day, but the'task
of recording failures still continues, the par-
ties announced- this morning being Messrs.
W. and J. Woodley. The liabilities are
X90,000, and i-t is understood itha-t the as-
sets are certain lo yield a considerable sur-
These chiefly consist of American cairn
and flour, and taking the corn at 40s. (which
al present is nominally at 47s. to 48.) and
the flour, at 20s. (which is now at 26s). an
exccess of X15,000, it is alleged, would still
remain after paying all parties.
A few months back Mr, Woodley wa-s
about to retire from business with an ample
fortune, and the present difficulties of the
firm are attributed to the ci'cmstance of a
party who was sent to Atrerica to make
purchases having exceeded his -instructions.
We have also from Liverpool the report
of two fail u'es--Messrs. J. & F. Neal &
Co. and W. Rowett & Co. Both firms
were in the corn trade, but the liabilities in
each instance are believed to be small.
The London Standard of the 41h says-.
The accounts from Mark-lane this morning
are of a most unfavorable description.-
Another house of respectability in the corn
trade has been obliged to suspend payment.
The liabilities are stated to be about XI50,-
The effect of this awful depression in the
corn market must be most serious. In ad-
dition to the numerous failures which have
already occurred, others will almost certainly
follow ; lor it is hardly possible for the most
prudent factor to es-cape from the conse-
quences of the bankruptcy -of those with
whom he has been dealing.
It is currently. reported that the directors
of the'Bauk of England are about to make
a reduction in their rates 'of interest, and to
make advances on Exchequet bills and
other securities at five per cent. This
would afford immediate relief to almost
every branch of trade; for ir must be re-
menbered that the existing scarcity of mon-
ey and want of banking accommodation
arises in a great measure from want of con-
fidence, which a reduction of the Bank's
rates would do much to restore. No alter-
ration, however, was announced after the
meeting of" the court yesterday, and the
rales for the present remain unaltered.
The harvest is nearly in in almost every
direction, and the accountsecontinue most
cheering. I have no recollection of a sea-
son of such universal crops, and of such ex-
cellent quality of grain.
Lo.DoN, AUOUST 28th 1846.
ship Hibernia, which left Boston on the
16th in the afternoon arrived at Liverpool
some time last night, and I have now before
me the London Herald of this morning con-
taining two columns of extracts from the
New York papers. The Hibernia had a
run of only nine days from Halifax,
Her Majesty is hunting in the Higiands
of Scotland with Prince Albert and .a lot of

fine Lords and fine Ladies. A hundred
years since it would not have been so safe
for the members of the Brunswick family to
hunt there.
By. the return of the Gazette of this even-
ing, Aug. 27, the movement of the Bank of
,74.ngland for the week ending"on the 21st
givcs the following changes compared with
the week ending on the 14th Aug.
In the department of issue the votes in
circulation had decreased X33,510, which
had been proo'uced by the decrease of X31,-
573 of gold coit,,or gold bullion, and of
X1,937 of silver billion.
On the debit side of the banking depart-
ment the rest had increased X16,995, the
public deposits had increajgnd ,-472,538,
the private or other deposites had decreased
oX582,855, and the seven-day and oti.er bills
had increased X10,334, making the total of
the liabilities X-32,865,383.
On the credit side the Government secur-
ities exhibited no alteration ; the othe se-
curities had decreased o-565,064, the notes
had increased X496,775, and the gold and
silver coin bad decreased o913,699, which
squared the account.
The bullion in both departments of the
Bank had decreased from X9,286,827 to
X9,239,618, being a difference of 947,209.
The paper in actual circulation, including
the seven-day and other post bills, had de-
creased from X19,462,030. to c18,943,079,
being a difference of X518,951.
PORTOE,--t apt e r that the United

New Orleans ..............s1,037,144
Mobile ................... 421,966
Florida ...... ............ 141,184
Texas .... ................ 17,008
Georgia..... ........... 194,911
South Carolina ............ 251,406.
North Carolina ............ 10,637
Virginia .................. 13,282
Received '6ovrland ........ 3,000
Total........... to,6,7

Decrease this'year.......... 321,886

." 6,061


s ton for the week are 20,710 bales including, fOM RCIAT A DRTISER
- 190 Sea Island at 13j a 22d; 40 stemmed ,.MM lit A VERTISER
e do. 6 a 10d.; 2,980 Upland 6Q a 7|; 9,460
e Grlean 6 a 9; 3,200 Mobile fli a 7j. The APAM0,oHooLA, SATURDAY, OOT. 6, 1847.
a imports were 26,269 bales. Of the sales 1.- __
bO0 American, and 300 Surat are on specu- 89- The following gentlemen are authorized
lation, and 1,680 American for exportation. Agents for the COmMERCIAL ADVERTISER, and will
We have again to write the market dull receive and receipt for subscriptions, or advertise-
and lifeless, but prices steady and unyield- ments:-
ing at last week's currency, and this applies Wm. W. CHEnvEREsq., Albany, Ga.
to all descriptions. Mator JACK HARDMAN. Eufaula. Ala.
The Coinmittee's quotations to-day for
fair Cotton are-'bowed. 7'Id; Mobile, 7id; OPOR PBESIDENT,

SnBro.kers.O 7.- -s.o" + o 2ACHARY TAYLOR.
Arrival of the Britanniati 07' The follow'ig'are the teturins of'tlhe
A WEEK LATER FROM EUROPE. election in this county. T"he Democratic
The steamship Britannia, 'wlich sailed Fmajority in the county is twenty-five--la9t
from Liverpool on the 4th inst., arrived at year-eleven-gain fourteen :
Boston on Sunday morning; The news FOR SENATOR.
:received by her is a week later than by the Whigs. Democrats.
French steamer. We tcoppy the following W. G. M. DaVirs-64. R. J. Floyd--96.
from the "New York Herald:: 'Thomas Orman--9. A. T. Beunett-2.
f Among the one hundred -Vitd ten passe-ir- FOR ASSEMBWLYMAN.
gers in her, is Gen. Armstrong, 'the Ameri- Jas. F. Farrior-76. Peter Hobart--91.
r can Consul at Liverpool. eOR SHErFTr.
The steamer Great Britain was succesftfl- ,Yohn Lncas-90. John "o'trpe-70.
ty coated off on the night of the 27th -ult. Fo'i CLE1 C-IRCUIT CO-URT.
and arrived at Liverpool on the 30tb. William Valleau-89.
The wreck of the barque Canton. of Hull, Samuel J. Bryan-73.
with the loss of 300 emigrants, is reported ,rAX ASSESSOR AND COLLECTOit.
to have taken place up"n the we.t 'coast of Ben). trcas---76. P. W. Cullen---74..
'Scotland-. J. F. Potts-15.
The British Isla'nds have, within the 'as1t 'COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
week or ten 'da~ys, been visited by a streces- T. R. I1utchinson-50. R. G. Porter-134.
sion of disastrous hurricanes, which have SAS p. Roan-134.
caused incalculable damage to the shipping. H. F. Simmons-92.
A smart engagement took place on the U. Grady-92.
S15teh of June, at the Cape'of Good Hope, Scattering--3. '-. H. Goodlett-z-b0.
between a small -party of British troops and FOR COi1ONE:I.
an ovewhellm'ing number of Kafirs, in which W. T. Devaughn-57. G. W. Ken nedy48.
the former suffered a defeat. JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.
Italy still remai'ns in a state of ferment. C. J. Shepard--58. Nathan Baker-114.
The town of Forrara has been invested by A. Hancock-48. Thos. E. Gray--I].
the Austrian troops, and a declaration of wat Scattering-21.
seemed unavoidable on the part of the Pope.
gratifying to know, that the drafts of Prime, The result ot the election, though not
Ward & Co., of which acceptance was on equal "to our expectations, is at least grati-
Wednesday definitely refused by Overe-nd, 'lying to us in one respect. The most stu-
Gurney & Co., were on Thursday honored pendous efforts were made-to defeat us-a
by thai firm, in consequence of theinterpo- filty libe11 i wa e
sitio'n of the friends of Prime, Ward & Co-. ith, libellous publication was established,
Notwithstanding that the funds have eon- wich became the receptacle of all the
tinued tolerably steady snice the departure bitter feelings which our personal enemies
of the last steamer, a fearful pressure has had harlyored, and only waited for an uocca-
been felt ii the money market deeply affect- sihn to Ven't. Attacks of the coarsest and
ing, if not entirely part lying ev -eiy branch s t u n t alrac k 8 w ere m ad e su o s
of trade and manufactures. This distressing most unjust cbaracrer were made upon us.
state of relaxed monetary circulation, has It was confidently proclaimed that the
been Tollowed by tsever1 h4aVy failures, Whigs of The county would not yield us
many of which, from the character and th-eif sibgpo";---bd that th'e .ili who set
position of the houses, have spread thWe most
alarm among the-wliole trading'co-mnmbbi ty. iWsef 'up as the paragon of ViYtue and
Whatever may be the immediate ciius'e honesty thle irror of truth, would receive
which have produced this state 'of things, a large number of Whig votes. The result
the Bank of ringland has not es'eaped its ha; proven. thal the power of our enemies
share o blame, and there will be a general l o Is nut equal thei, nnaliv: T. T otrt .Or.
disipair o'f amendment until il displays a (010 I O
spi'ft of ip'pto'oeJ liberality and a'lcaMMo- man, thle ,-pposing Whig *an(id&ate, receiVed
d.Mwhtt tire astonishingly la'rg6 nbUTberi Vib A-rio
The liabilities of the defaulting houss i't votes-two of which were 06%ocraiic.
London exceed two millions Seven Whigs voted against us. T ,nly the
in M anchester, G lasgo D 'bblii B 'elfas ,*
Cork and Limerick, numerous large houses "spirit and Vigor 'of ibhe war has not come
are irretrievably gone. "up to the lofty sounding phrase of the rean-
In Liverpool, we have to notice the sropz- tfesto-. We shall say no mlorMe a present
page of the houses of Lyon & Firmey, of ,hoevwo took p i h persnalhos
and Kirkpatrick & Co., whose liabilities are or tho se awh o er aged ain s he persoti, aosb -
stated respectively at X60,000 ; in addition |
16 which, mnany houses of lesser note have proper time, and we hope imn a proper man-
declared their incapacity to continue. ner, we shall deal with itrem ashl hy tnerit.
Among the manufacturers, the difficulty They have sought to point obi the role in
of obtaining money has been felt. with pecu-
liar severity, and several large mills have our eye-let them beware lest We txpOse A
been compelled to slop. Were the evil bearn in theirs.
believed to have reached its climax, the When we entered upon the canvass we
sanguine might indulge in something like expected success. We had received "he
r e tu rn in g c o n fi d e nc e B u t w h ile im p ro v e a u ra n e e o a r D
meat seems remote, deeper despair contin- asrneo 1'renme fDmcai
ues to usurp the lplacee of hopefulness, votes, without which we knew we could not
THE MARKETS. be elected. Had not Col. R. J. Floyd have
LIVERPOOL,. Sept. 4.--A gradual dowu- heen our opponent, we are assured, now Ithat
ward tendency is perceptible in the corn the election is over. that we shouhldhave ot).
m market, w ith little hopes of reanim ation i tai;,ne ,th e m rp. T h m o e t h s n m a

c-- '- --11~9EI --- I ~-LP-rr I ----~ (iiLW~Ui- L-----~ilsrP-~'\-s~l -~U~tC .:CCfl;l*L*P-. -*ql~ -~WFL~U~fh----V--~addL+I&~d ~-`. _~--~~-rl~~BHV-~-I~-)jk~ri~idr~-~Al--- ~




-------~ -~ I-


1 HHDS St. Croix Sugar;
.10 20 do New Orleans Sugar, to arrive;
100 sacks Rio Coflee; 50 do Java;
40 bxs Aromatic Tobacco;
50 Mnft'd do. Brown's and Labby's;
20 Sperm Candles; 50 bxs brownSoap;
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.
Rat, Mouse &. Cockroach Poison.
THIS very efficacious remedy tor extermina-
ting immediately, if a proper application be
made, of all of the above named annoyances. His
Flea and Mosquito Poison has attained a very ex-
tensive celebrity for its invariable destructive pro-
perties to that order of insects. For sale by
August 14 J. C. ALLEN, Druggist.
Lamp Oil
O F the best quality, tocr sutbmer use, for sale
by. [julyl7] J. C, ALLEN,
ERSONS having business with the under-
Lsignied during his absence fromn the State, will
please apply to Anson Ifancock. Esq.
July 26, 1841. 29-41;

Pe'r steamer Eufaula--Mrs Roan, Miss Gam-
mon, A B Hinkley and lady, Dr J M Gault. T H
Austin, John .vIe.enzie, W Valleau, J F Farrior,
J S Hutchinson, C H Austin, T Knowles, 1, W
Per steamer Eufaula-21 bxs tobacco to Lock-
hari & Young; 2 do to J F Farrior; 12 bush meal
to N Baker; 1 bbl potatoes, 1 keg eggs to W H
Hughes; 7 sactus potatoes, 50 pumpkins to J Gib-

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


'*' '1" .?.',. ... S s

Fnom theN. 0. Daily Picayune- Sept. 2S,
|mportant from the City 6f
,,-** x exico.
The Armistice Terminated-Battle ovd'he
Milt del Rey--Reported Repulse of our
Army with a Heavey Loss-Rumors of the
Deaths of Gins. Smith, Worth and Pillow
--Battle qf Chapultepec--Great American
Victory-Our Troops take Possession of
the Capital Gens. Bravo and-Leon Kil-
ted and Santa Anna Wounded.
The steamship Jas. L. Day, Capt. O'Gra-
elay, arrived yesterday from Vera Cruz,
which place site left on the evening of the
21st inst., bringing intelligence of the grea-
test importance. Immediately on the re-
ceipt of our papers and despatches we issu-
ed an extra containing the news-brief, but
sufficient to satisfy public curidity, and allay
the anxiety for the fate of the army, caused
by the length of time which had transpired
without news, and the probability that hos-
tilities had been resumed.
As we anticipated in ou'r p aper of yester-
day, the negotiations resulted in nothing.-
The last letter from Mr. Kendall is dated the
5th inst., and our file of the Diario del Go-
bierno does not come down later than the
4th. but the Arco Iris ofVera Cruz hasa
letter from the city Mexico dated the 10th
inst., together with extracts from.tile .Diaric
del Gobierno and the Boletin of Allisc to
the 12th, which, togetherr with the letter we
publish, (he m;#iner in which the armistice
was terminated will be learned from the ex-
tracts we dopy. A perusal of Mr. Kendall's
letters however, will at once show that a
feeling of hostility was growing with the peo-
ple of the capital as early even as the 30th
of last month, and theeCongress of the
State of Mexico in session at Toluca
had declared against peace. Notwithstand-
ing repeated beligerent demonstrations by
the enemy, aind a positive violation of the
armistice in our wagons not being permitted
'by the mob to enter the city for provisions,
negotiations were still pending to as late a
date as the 6th. The Arco Iris received
letters from Mexico under date ofilie9th,
stating that on the 7th the Mexican commis-
sioners declared that the propositons made
by Mr. Trist were inadmissible, in conse-
quence-of which Gen. Sauta Anna convoked
a council of generals, wlo'decided that no-
tice should be given immediately to Gen.
Scott thai the armistice was at an end, and
appointed the 9lh for the reconimenceiaewit
of hostilities,
' t On the 7th, Gen. Herrera, as command-
nt of the city of Mexico; addressed the
clergy, exhorting them td exert all their
influence to incite tile lieople to arm them-
selves and prepare lo resist the American
Followving up events--;i0 closely as the
somewhat disconn6,cbd a'ccontits wrill permit
-in the order in which tlley occurred, we
d. that on the 80), Gen. Scott attacked the
.^illdel Rev, or King's Mill, in the imme-
diate vicinity of' Chap'iltepec, Haccorditng to
tlhe Diario del Gobeirno aid tlle Bolelin,
published at Atlisco our army was repulsed
after a severe conflict, in which we lost
.about 400 in killed And fronr 600 to 700 in
wounded, and fell back dpoh Tacubayo.--
We give below a translation of *hI Bolelin's
description of the engagement ; premising;
that the reader will bear in miind it i0 Mexi'-
can and is, in all probability; a greil 6 exag-
geration, if not an entire niisr`p61 esnittiiiion.
It is from an extra ol the Boletin, issued off
the 91h' inst.:
At hialf-p:ist 5 this mitorning [ithe 8th] tlie
'fire commenced on thetIV0 fl;InkA f Chapui-
'tepec. The left was resting 6(1 the iriill of El
.Fley, close to the forest dr Chapultl)ec..-
This point was cammarid'eu by 0Gei; Le,661)
"and.under his order were te b6tttalion of
Alina, whose colonel was the patriotic and
'iahant Balderas, and the battalions Union
.and La)Patria, of Oaxaca, in one of which
were included the companies of Puebla, also
a body fromn Queretaro and some other-all
'comp~osing the National G]uard. The right
flank rested on the house of 31ata. at the dis-
tance of a quarter ofa league from Chaipul-
lepec, and occupied hy 151o0oft he rejialar ar-
my, commanded by Ge- Peez Til -n
in ltvo ecolumas, with his usual dlurig, at.
tackedI these lointa-firsl with arnlhlcry, and at
a quartet" Io 6 with a rapid firte ofnmusketry.
Geu. Perez sustained (hit fire Vry well for
ahout hailf and hour; ^vhen. for causes at
present unknown, he retired winh his forces;
although he ha~d nut lost ten men:; Tftl
'ette~tt must have beein fatal tfor Mexido if,
fu~rtunately, Gen. Leon and his brigade had
hlot shown prodigies of valor. Twice hiere-
puil-id the column thatc attacked him, and
111 llhe second lie sallied from his position to
re.,-overthe airtllery Gen. Perez had lost;
n,,i iiiti he received a\ rmortail dound, and a
!,:w ii):neuntsa;l'ierwairds the valiant Bahlers
W;>s also wounded ;and dlied on the field.--
T[h'e enemy with additional forces again
charged and took possession of the mill.--

Twice he was diMoiged, but on his retaking
it the ttir title it wi as found impossible td
bring oi tIrodpa to the charge.
Ia spite (f these two advantages which
they had gained id their endeavors to httack
Chalpultepec, they could not effect a1 farther
advance which May bowing to their living
intimated by itih resistance d forces ian( the
considerable Ids ihey had suffered; The
result was, that at 0 o'ciock in the morning
the fire of small arsriS had rdiily ceasedt, ;i6d
they wereseen employed in collecting iheir.
killed and wounded, At ll lock the enbs;
my commenced a retrograde movement, add
by in the afternoon he withdrew all big
1'orces to Tacub,iya, abandoning the two
points he had occupied and blowing up the.,
house of Mata, although some say it was
bet on fire by a bomb fired from. Chapulte-
pec it is believed that G.ens. Twiggs and
Pierce directed the attack, and that they put
in motion about 8000 men. It is certain
that the fire was more intense and brisk than
at Churubusco. It is impossible to ascer-
tain the loss on either side. Ours does not
amount to 100 killed and 250 wounded.-"
There' are few missing-nearly all not killed
or wougjied retiring to Cbapultepec. The
"nemy, according to the confession of an
Irishman who came over to us in the even-
ing, carried off 400 dead and 600 or 700
wounded. We have to lament the loss of
Leon, since dead ; that of Col. Balderas, of
the viliant Cols. Huerta and Gelati, and of
the determined Capt. Mateos, of Puebla,
who conducted himself like a hero, telling
his soldiers, on the point of death, that they
matt never forget they were Pueblanos, and
to fight valiantly to the death. We will

take care 'that he Aall be buried in the Pan-
" theri, 4fnd that his unfortunate widow shall
receive a pension.
IT the cavalry had taken the position as-
signed to them at 4ap'clock in the morning,
by order of Gen. Santa Anna, and it above
all they had made the charge which was or-
dered at the moment that the eneniy attick-
ed the mill of El Rey, instead offlying pre-
cipitately the action would have terminated
r early and the triumph would have been
complete. But they did not take the posi-
tion to which they w'6ie ordered, miiuch less
make the charge as cotimmanded, Gen. Alva-
rez being obliged to ,tate Officially or
through his adjutant that he did not make
the charge, because his subordinate officers
refused on account of the ground being too
uneven and broken for cav-alry, as if it were
not the sarme fo" the cavalry of the enemy:
It is believed that the enemy will renew
the attack to-morrow by another route either"
by that of Li. Piedad, or by that of San An-
tonio. May God protect our cause on this
One of th'6 enemy's guerillas, who came
with Scott, ,,as made a prisoner and shot on
the spot.
Of the even tful denoument we have only a
brief account, but sufficient to assure us that
our arms have achieved a brilliant triumph
and that our army is "revelling in the halls
of the Montezumas." The only reliable ac-
count we have of the last struggle before
, the capital is in a letter addressed to Mr.
SDirtiotid our Collector at Vera Cruz, from
Orizaba, which will be found below. Our
co'rrespondent at Vbra Cruz vouches for its
accuracy, and we have reason to believe it is
fiom the satme source as was the .letter giv-
ing the first and a correct account of the bat-
tlies ofContreras and Churubusco.
ORIZABA, Sept. 19, 1847.
DEAR SIR-I have the honor to inform
you that an express arrived here this even-
** ing from Mexico, which brings the intelli-
gence that G:len. Scott was in the city of
Mexico; that on the 13th the American
i troops took Chapultepec and the citadel,
and went into the city that night. Gen.
Bravo was killed, antdGen. Santa Anna was
wounded in the arm and had retired with
the remainder of his troops, which had suf-
fered much, to Guadalupe.
Your friend, &c.,
To F. M. DIMOND, ESQ., Collector, Vera Cruz.
A letter from a'credible'souree confirms
llI that issaid in the above, and only disa-
,'rees wilh it in.stating 161 the city was car-
ried by assault on the ]41h. 1 The Sn of
Anahuac has it that on the 131h. the heights
and workss of Chapultepec were carried;
thiat on the 14th ind 15th the city was bom-
barded, and that a part of our army entered
it 6n the ,norninz of the 16th, the balance
remaining at Chapultepec' As we have al-
ready stated, however, we place no reliance
on any of these reports except that of the
correspondent 'of Mr. Dimond.
As.1o our loss before tie army, entered
1he city, we lhave hoihing anth(niic. We
fear this new victory vlits niot been achieved
withoil rveatI loss oflile. Tlre Mexican a'c-
coints sh'ov l hat active ho0stili'ies commen-
ced nh the 8th, and were' c6intin'ued with
morne or less activity unfil our army took
possession of' thief city. A passenger by the
James L. Day informs usthat it was reported
among ihe Nlexicaris at Vera Cruz, that we
lost 1700 men in killed rtr-d wounded, but he
doulh trace it to no authentic source, An-
other passenger estimates Gen. Scott's loss
-it from one-fburth to one-third 6f his army,
in killed and wounded, but upon what date
le bases this opinion we cannot learn; and
;1re inclined to think it is purely cdnjet-
I ui-'e.
WHiOSE FAUiT is if' ?-Let the fair and
candid men of all paHiie mead, and reflect
upon the following plain statement of facts
taken from the Washington (Pa.) Reporter.
Our Locofoco friends tell us that the
Mexican people believe the Whigs are. 6p-
posed to the war, and tihs encourages them
to hold out and protract the war[ And
pray who made them believe" there was ;a
party in this country favorable^ to them ?--
Not the Whts, certainly. Every Whig
press in the Union lhas denied it. W/he
told them 1hat there wais a party in this
country traitors' ;ind Mexicans in heart?'
The Loco focus! Ifho told them that
here was a p~arty in this counitry of Mex-
ican Whites.'" and Mexi(;;in consltSers !"-
The Loco feces? Who told them that
Mtaisilers of llhe Gospel in this country
were "i etineies of their country" and "to-
i'ies in Hteart?" Tlhe Lncolocos! Who
tohld then thatl the majority of lhe United
Sales Senate wer~e "i raimrs-" arid Mexi-
cans" opplosin ihe ca.nse of their, country ?
The Washitiiilor *" Union." the t>rann of
President Polk Surely if those things
have given their "aid ahd comfort," the
Whigs are not to blame. Ifthle .Mexic'n
do "believe" that there is a p:,rty in this
iCbuntry favorable to their cause, suc~h an iml-

pression has ndver been made hy the Whig

From a statement, outinled utponi stamp of-
fice returns, it appear tlhat Ilit- present
average amount or bills ot exchuige held
in Great Brilian, Ard liable, 6;1 ho> pm into
circulation, is at least, X100,000,000 ster-
ling, a sum compared with which the
amount ofbIank note circulation is (iilte ;i:-
significant. The amount of negotiali:, ,,ils
was estimated in 1815 ati X1.6-2.480,290 i1
1835, at M10l,350,762; in 1839, at c13_,
123,460; The power, however, of convert-
ing a portion of this one hundred millions
into notes at any moment is as essential to
their negotiation,asthe convertibility of nowes
into sovereign!i is essni ial to the value of
Bank of England pap,r; and any measures of
the bank by which this power is temporarily
affected, and partially destroyed, must of
course be disastrous to all parties Who rely
upon the liquidation of bills to meet accep-
tances of their own ; and must place in jeo-
pardy every merchant or tradesman under
pecuniary engagements of any kind, except-
ing the very few who keep ready money al-
ways on hand for the whole of their liabili-
ties.-[ Westminister Review.

A London victor asked an Irish seaman
belonging to the coast-uard at Hastings, if
they got any prize money. Och, indeed,
yer honor, yes but it is sifted through a lad-
der, and all that falls through goes to the
officers-all that sticks to the steps is left
for tbe mea."


. AND ,
The above Periodicals are reprinted in New
York immediately on their arrival by the British
steamers in a beautiful clear type, on fine white
paper and are faithful copies of the original-
BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE being an exact fac-
simile of the Edinburgh edition. : ..,
"'he prices of the RE-PRiNTs are less than, one
third of those of the foreign.copies, and while they
are equally well got up, they afford all that ad-
vantage to the AMERICAN over the ENGLISH
reader. %
For any one the four Reviews, $3 per annum.
For any two, do. 5 "
For any three, do. 7 "
For all four of the Reviews. 8 "
For Blackwood's Magazine, 3 "
For Blacltwoodbanddthe 4' Reviewvs. 10,M0 ,
0- All communications should be addressed
(post paid) to ,
LEONARD SCOTT & CO Publis(r ."

79 Fulton St., New York.


d l Irh Yeavri,,-:: .-.- ., -
Thif 'pOpular Sci6ntific and Mechanical ^0^-
nal; (which has already attained the largest eir
culatin of iany weekly paper of h6 kidin th
world,)" will conammenc e'fts THIRDI VOLUME,
on Saturday'; Sept. 25th;
Each numbe- f The Scientific Am".iica don-
tains from FIVE to S'E"EN ORIGINAL ME-
CHANICAL ENGRA-INGS; a c'atalogue of
AMERICAN PATENTS., as Issued from the
Patent Office each week' n ot wes Of the progress
inventions; instructions in the various ARTS
and TRADES, with ENGRAVING6$ curious
ments; the latest RAIL ROAD INTELLI-
published in a series, and ILLIJSTRATED with
It is in faact a paper that MERITS the paitio-
nage of all MECHANICS and MANUFAC-
TURERS throughodl the UNITED STAtfcS,
.and should be in -the hands of EVEf it)N&E
that feels an interest iri the adiancemn:t bf/
Mechanical or Scientific improvements 1ii ihis
Country. ""
It is published in QUARTO FORM,' coe.Se-.
niently adapted to BINDING, and fu.iishe to
Country Subscribers at the LOW PRiCI ot
IN ADVANCE, and the mihaindeir in;1- Su"Si
Months. AddresS,
MUNN & 1 Publishers;
128 Fuhton-street; Niew-Yb'ok'
IN anmn.uncing the factthat the undersig.ed
have associated themselves together in the EdQio-
rial Department of" THE SAVANNAHH GEOR-
GIAN,"' we take this occasion to say to thie pat-
rons of that paper, and to the public 9ee, ly
that arrangements have already been made for its
material improvement in outward appearances!
and that no pains will be spared to elevate'iand
sustain its character as a commercial laper',, and
to fill its columns with interesting and p "oft!aile
matter. We feel most sensibly that to, rnrider the
Savannah Georgian such a paper as the growing
interests and population of our State .and City re-
quire, a diversity of labor must 0 .!expendtld
upon it; such we are determined ti furnish.--
We shall strive to make its columns pleasing to
all readers, and while our humble support, shall
be given to th great principles upon whichithe
Democratic pArty has planted itself, believing
these principles to be essential to the perpetuity
of our national freedom and the advanceihent of
our national welfare, we shall studiously ..avoid
all rude collisions with-views and opinions an-
.tagonistic to our own.. To render our paper. te
firm but dispassionate exponent-of democratic
principle, the calm yet unflinching adoCaCe o'f
Southern institdutions, the vehicle ot amusing and
ii6&tructive thought dpon all proper" sitects,
whether of science; Illtfitture, or general infor-
mation,=-in a woid,. o idk6 it a 'el'coe visitor
at once to the merchant t fid., the .rpchalnic, the
student and the farmer, isbllU be,dt cr constant en-
deavor; and if, in,a.dditdon' 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, ,ny to
secure that oneness of sympathy and, oeel-
ing so essential to the prosperity of both, We 910t1I
find our labors ample) repaid, "
To enable us to' continue oti r present onnec-
tion, however, and to'do all that we would iw-ish
todo in the way of improving -The Georgi an,"
wemust look for an increased support from the
public ; such we now solicit arid confidently, ex-
pect. Wm. H. BULLOCH,. ,'
TEAMjvS-., ,.- *,
TjE DAILY. GEOGIAN is published -in
Savannah at TEN, DOLLARS PER ANNUMopay-
able semi-annually, in advance; or, SIX DOL-
Country, is published to meet the arrangement
of the mails, three times a week, (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturdaly,) at .the Offic of, the
"DAILY GEORGIAN, and contains all ihe intel-
1igenes, Commercial, Pollttca!, jand Miifier{ia,
neous, i~nchlding new Adver'tisements, published
in the Daily Paper ;, ",
.. THIS PAPER is sent to, all parts, pf lJe",State
apd Union, or delivered in the city, at FIVE
DOLLARS per annprm; or, at THREE DOLo
LARS for six months.* ... ,
THE WEEKLY GJEORGIAN, ;is. pul.,ished
every Friday afternoon, at THREE DOLLARS
per annum--all payab'1e ifi advance.
August 14, 184' .. ^ :-.- -:

List of Letters
"P MAINING in the Post Ooffice, Apalachi-
.V. cola, Fa., on the 1st of October, 1847.
Agrista, Salvadon Hasted, Mr
Armstrong, David Higgins, Warner
Anderson, John Hill, John
Brown, Oralus S Halsey, Thos 4
Butts, A G Jones, Caled H (ool'd)
Butt, A D, Jeter; Wm A
Blyth, Wm Johnson, John H
Brockett, Haam Jackson, Robert
Boutell, Capt Wfri Lemons, 'Henry
Butts, E P 3 Loyd, Joseph
Brtdley, James Latta, Rev Mo soes
Byington, J L Locholu, Jas T
Brockenbrough, W H Murray, Anthony
Backlin, Wm D Murray, Thomas
Bartst; Jacob6 McIntosh, Mr's K
i Baker, Wm Morton, Stephen T
Rtrgass, Elizabeth Mayor, Jai C
Brown, Geo M Pindervois, Romeo
Cinday, Cate Porteir',Ariting
Ctssan%, Richard 2 Patten; Ruse & Coi
Deleno, Pietro Ruse, 0 C
Davis, J C P Regers, Geo A
Evans, London 2 Richards, John G 2
Emerson, C has W 3 Smith, Augustus G
Freel, Michael Sloan, John
Foster,,Jas Smith, John
Flemming, Washington Sweete, Albert
Fraser, Jese Turnei; B L 3
Fiynn, Jas Taylor, H R 4
Fell, johni Thompson, Geo
Gray, Michael 3 Underhill, Thos S
Guyon, H G Wingard, Daniel
Gardner, Thos N White, Francis 2
Green, John Watts, Capt A W
Gorrin, Maty Webster, John
Hurlson. Harriet Williams, Harvey
0P- Persons calling for any'of t ie a bbov let-
ters will say they are advertised.
JOS. S. MAY, P. M.

Altogether the most interesting case o
somnambulism on record, is thatof ayoufig
ecclesiastic, the narrative of which, front
the immediate communication of an Arch
bishojj of Bordeaudx, is given under thE
heid of "Somnambulism," in the Frencl
Encyclopedia. The young ecclesiastic
when the Archbishop was at the same sem
inary, used to rise every night and write ou
either sermons or pieces of music. Tc
study his condition the Archbishop betool
himself several nights to the chamber o
the young man, where he made the follow
ing observations:-The young man used tc
rise; to take paper and to write.- Before hE
wrote music, he would take a stick and rulE
the lines with it. He wrote the notes, to
gether with the words corresponding witl
them, with perfect correctness. Or wher
he had written the Words too wide he alterel
theft The notes that were to be black hi
filled in after he had completed the whole
After completing a sermon, he read it alouc
frmi beginning to end. If any passage dis
pleased him he erased it, and wrote thn
amended passage correctly over the oiher
on one' occasion hi 'had to substitute thE
word "adorable" f6i,"divine," but he di(
not omit to alter the pireceding "ce" intc
"*cet," by adding the let'tir t with rxac
precision to the word firti written. To as
certain whether he used his eyes, tie Arch
bishop interposed a sheet Of pasthoard be
tween the writing and his face. He tool
not the least notice, but went on Writing a
before. The limitation of his perception
to what he was thinking about Wag ver3
curious. A bit of aniseed cake that lie hac
sought for, he ate approvingly, but when
on another occasion, a piece of the sani,
cake was put in his mouth, he spat it ou
without observation.
'Tie following instance of the depetdenci
of his perceptions upon, or rather their sub
ordinanoti to his preconceived ideas is trul)
wonderful. It is to be observed that he al
ways knew J.is pen had ink in it. Likewise
if' they adroitly changed his papers whet
he was writing, he knew it, if the shee
substituted was of a different size from the
former, lie appeared embarrassed in tha
case. But ifthe first sheet of paper, whicL
was substituted for that written on, was ex
actly the same size with the former, he ap
peared embarrassed in that case. But i
the first sheet of paper, which was substi
tuted for that written on, was exactly thE
same size with the former, he appeared no
to be aware of the change. And he wouh
continue (6 read off his composition from
the blank sheet of paper as fluently as when
the manuscript lay before him; nay more
he would continue his corrections, intro
duce his amended passage, writing it upor
exactly the place on the blank sheet which
it would have occupied on the written page
[ Blackwood's Magazine.
Sfc. It is now the 6lh of Sept. and no cot-
(on, conmparalively speaking, gathered. ]
should have written to you some (lays since
but have 6een waiting to see if I c6utld not
say to you it had quit raining, but it is now
thundering and.threalens rain; For the
last two days we have had the harvest rains
that I have almost, or quite, ever seen, ac-
companied with considerable wind. From
the above statement of the weather,- it is
hereby necessary to say that the cotton crop
has also rotted from the long continued
wet. One word more of the cotton crop ol
this county, I speak most particularly of this
vicinity : the crop will fall short of last, even
if it should rain no mbrti-

THE CRoPs-The Vicksbu) g Sentinel,
of the 2d inst., says: The crop here is un-
iversally despaired of. The appearance and
progress of the worm precisely coincides
witli last year's experience, and if the des-
truction is similar, there will not be one-
third of a crop made.
The Memphis Eagle, of the 2d instant,
mentions that the weather during the week
past, lad been dry and hot, and most favor-
able to the growing crops of Cotton, which,
asa general thing, certainly gives promise
of avery full harvest. In this region, em-
bracing ain area producing last year 150,000
bale, although it is a little backward, and
the growth of the plant too luxuriant from
former heavy ratns, the prospect, neverthe-
less, for an abundant yield, was never'more
auspicious--not a bale of the new crop haE^
been received. The first bale of the last
year's crop arrived on the 27th August.

EDI'ToRs.--An editor's duties, (says some-
body,) even in a case comparatively unnm-
pnrtant, are enomomus and unthankfitl;
those lhe praises, 'hive him lehs thena their
dinner ;' and those he finds fault With, hate
hiii worse than the devil.'

THE Archibislhop of Mexico receives a
salary of $130,000; Bishop of Puebla;
$110.000; Valadolid, $105,000; Guedala-
jar. $90.000 ; Monterey, $30,000 ; Yucatan;
$20.000; Oaixaco, $18,000.

Miss Betsey Prim thinks that "legs"
sliuhld be called -abdominal supporters,"
by all genteel peoIple.
customed, a I am to public h peaking, I wOill
sit flown,'.7

.dt Two Dollars per annum.

STATE OF FLORIDA. IN November last, we commenced the publiCa-
tion of this family ne,,vspaper or, a new and novel
CalhoUn County. plan. No similar work, intehded io contain the
E NOW YE, that it is hereby ordered, that PIcK Qf the news, elegancies, opinion and litei a-
Luke Lott, Executor on the Estate ot Mary ture of our time;' to cULir. rom the wilderness of
Thomas, late of said county, deceased, is hereby the hour's ever flowering caprice, and to REscUE
authoiised to sell the following Real Eitate of the good things else lost in the bewildering float-
the said deceased:- age of novelties adrift, had been previously at-
N E of section 22' the S E i of section 22, tempted by others'.
the S W I of section' 14, the S E of section 26, That we have labored successfully in our voca-
the N E j ot section 14, all of Township 1, Range tion and produced a paper remarkable for its tinte-'
8, North and West- and the S E I of section 25 rest, value and popularity, and one adapted to
in Township 2, of Range 8, North and West. the wants of ALL CLASSES OF SOCIETY, we have
The above Lands to-be sold for the benefit of sufficient evidence in our extensive and rapidly
the legatees, and creditors, of said deceased, increasing circulation, in the universal commen-
Given under my hand and private seal, there dation of the public press, and, above all, in the
being no seal of office, this 6th day of September, flattering encouragement and cordial approbation
A. D., 1847. of our numerous LADY READERS, in every
THOS. L. TYRES, [L. S.] sectioh of' the country.",
Judge of Probate for Calhoun County. The scope, design arid character of the HOME
The above Lands will be sold at the house of JOMrtA.I diler frorm those of any newspaper
James Nails, on Monday the fifteenth day of No- heretofo10re established. The contents are fitted
member next. Terms of sale, one-third cash, the to engage the attention of the man of business,
balance in one and two years. Persons wishing and be a source of elegant instruction and enter-
to buy Lands in Florida, will do well to embrace tainment to the domestic fireside and family cir-
this opportunity, as the above Lands comprise| cle, and it combines the striking and novel attrac-
some of as good, if not the besLandtheiState, and tions of" the newspaper With the more abiding in-
most suitably adapted to the cultiva;,'n of Sea terests of the higher class of periodicals. It is
Island Cotton,and Spanish or Segar Tobacco. prin .i the folio form, on large.and superior
S LUKE LOT]', 1kl~er, on a new clear type, obtained, expressly
EMecutor of Mary Thomas, dec'd. for the prpose; and is, in its whole arrangemneprit
Calhoun County, Sept. 6, 1847. 37-2m and details, a m&?t favorable specimen of the best
t n S typographical- skill of t1he country. In addition
Callloual Circuit CourtC to'these, and as one of its most valuable peculiar-
Israel Moses, Petition for F6reclosdre of ties, it is, in reference to the diversity of talent
vi. > Mortgage on a Negro Male employed upon it, the cheapest. paper in the
Ebenezie Hoyt. ) Slave Daniel. United States.
1BENEZER HOYT, William G. M. Davis, ds all the back numbers of the work are en-
and all persons interested in the. Equity of tirely exhausted, we have this day Saturday,
Redemptfon of a certain negro male slave Daniel, the 21stoRf d.ugustrt'e w resd he edition of the-
mortgagedby Ebenezer Hoyt to John W. Babcock Of NEWSUBSC rIBERtS end we theoef ode respect-
on the 7th day of February, 1846, to secure to the l request thaaefoi end espect.
said Babcock, or his assigns, the principal sum p e w comme nc th ei subsciptin s t h the
of $321 44, with interest from date at 8 per cent peres l commence their subscriptions with the
per annum, will take notice that the said mort- Teris--Two. Dollars a year, or three copies
gage has been assigned for valuable consideration for five d dollars, invariably in advance.
to plaintiff--and the time limited for the payment fhe Holi JotrR r.i sn advance.
of said sum of $321 44; and the interest thereon, 'heHomE 'JouRAL isSnt by mi to all
having expired, plaintiff has filed his petition for pts of the United States, the British Provinces
foreclosure in the Circuit Court of Calhoun coun- a t Europe, done up in strong wrappers,
ty- and wilt apply for foreclosure of the same at with the utmost punctuality and despatch.
ty nd illappy fr freclsur otthesam at Subscii pt ions, orders, remittaces, and all corn-
the December term of SaMd Court next ensuing. Su bic rtio ns mu s re ss e st a id t the
R. J. MOSES, Art'y for Pi'ff. rEdicatitor s; mGst be addressed (post paid) to the
September 23, 1847. 37-3m Editors; GEO. MORRIS,
"SET 'El UP." .N. P. WILLIS;,
"S T E U ."Augusit 211,'i847. 107 Fulton-stiet, el

_.heiifene B miowlisng Saloon.
T HE subscriber bogs leave to announce to his
friendsand 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.
Apalachicola, April 9, 1847. 13-tf

Apajachicora Exchange.,
S THE subscriber informs his friends
f and the public in general, that lie has be-
come the Proprietor of this above well
known house, arid will be .pleased to entertain
any of the travelling community that may favor
him with their custom, And will'also accommo-
date resident boarder. The bar will always be
supplied with genuine liquors of the choicest
Ap?,lachicola, Nov. 14, 1846.

In Chancery.
Cornelius Grantham, )
vs. Petition for Divorce.
Fatha Grantham.
17' 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 tha said petition within three months alter
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 news-
paper in the Western Circuit (f this State for the
space of three months
GEG. S. HA.WKNS, Judge W. D.
Uchee Anna, Aug. 21, 1847. 32-3m

Chattah6ochee to Fort'Gaines.
_^ ^ ON and after the first day of
^ JULY next, this Line will be
b -&-o run regularly id T'*04HORSE
STAGES. The undersigned,; having the con-
tract to carry the Mail on this route, intends to
give every facility to Travellers who may wish to
take this rontii, by Columbus, Ga., North.
Good Stagas, the best of, teams, and obliging
drivers, will always be provided; and in a word,
every pains will be taken to give satisfaction; (es-
pecially during the season of high waterr) 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 Cqattahooche6 next days,
by 8 P. M.
Persons travelling from Columbus, Ga., via
Fort Gaines; Blakely; Clhattahoochee, Quincy, to
Tallahassee, will find this the most expeditious
T; D. WILSON; ,Plrbpietor.
Q.iincy, June 26, 1847. aug1431,1i

Printers' Furnishing W-4reihokse:
o, 17 Canal siotei .Ro%.., ..,,
T'HE undersigned beg'leave .to annopunp. to
Publishers and Printe1s,. that they haye es-
tablished complete a niitoasiye TY 1E FOtJUN
DRY in this s'ity.,,,jTjet.Booik Letter of this
Foundry .was. cuttb. boder by workmen of long
experience; and; is no expense was .spared Ib
,obtainthe hahdsomest faces and to. pefI'et it 1i" '
every t(spect, we will venture.to sky, it ivill 6e
found 9s. handsome,'-if not the handsoiriest in the
United States. We have also ave.y handsome
assortment, ot Flowers. and. Job Lettei of the la-
test style,. to ,which %e would call the attention
of Printers before, purch~asing elsewhere. All
articles manufactured, by us;, shall be of a mate,
rial equality not superior, to.any manufactured
at the North; and as we shall sell Type at Jw
York prices, we trustJ;t5" meet with encobiage-
m ent. .. .. .1 -
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 purLEADS, having an en-
tire new set of moulds, b5 which we are enabled
tb furnish a, perfepAtrti~cle. We are also Agent
for the sali of thekapier, Washington, and
Smith Presses, wh-ich, together with Chases,
Cases, CoMIposing Sticks, Furnture, ink, a,04
every 3.1er article required in the Printing busi-
Pess, will be kept. on hand, and furnished it
manfacturer's prices
Editors and Printers wishing to eatablish a
Newspaper or Job, Printing Office will be ftar
nished with an estimate in detail fo" the game,
by stating the size of the paper, or the particular
style and quantity of work fp, he executed.
(^.,The proprietors of. ne-vspapers .who will
publish .this advertisem-nt six months, and send
a -paper to our office weekly, will be paid for the
advertisement by purchasing six times the amount
of advertising bill in Type. + ,. "
May 22, 1847. 19-6m ,. 17 Canal st. Row.

State of Florida,
T O all persons having demands against the es-
tate of Nathan Seymour, late of' said county,
deceased, notice is hereby given that I 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-
Apalachicola, July 24, 1847. 28-2m
Extract Sarsaparilla;
BULL'S & SANDS', for Sale by the dozen or
1. single bottle, by
July 17 o fJ- C ALLEN.

Twenty Dollars Reward.
^^ WILL be paid for the apprehension
m and delivery of a NEGRO MAN *named
,L'6vi, who ran a-way from Macon, on Sun-
---day the llth inst. Levi is a dark mulatto,
stout and well built, will weight about 180 lbs.,
d 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 decayed or assisted off'"by~some white person,
and if so; .100 wilt be paid for the villain, and
proof sufficient to convict him.
H. L. COOK, Agent.
Macon, July 20,1847. aug21 30.4t

T-HE subscribers respecftully inform their
-L friends, and the PUblic generally, that they
have opened the above establishment, and are
now ready to receive boarders, and hope through
proper attention to receive a share of patronage.
The Bar will be well furnished with choice
Wines, Liquors and Segars; and the Restaurant
will be well supplied with Game, Fish and Oys-
ters, nf the best quality, in season.
June 22, 184.7. .,
N. B.--Gntlemen who viih tor refreshments
in theii, rooms can be acco'modatedat short

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

Bailey;s 0Tomie kiixture.
T HIS is a valuable compound fluid extract of
,Cinchona ,and Rubra, a vegetable febrifugO
for the cute of Fever and Ague., Sold by

P ERSONS having business-with the undersign-
ed, will please call on. Mr. WM. S.$DAdM-
EREL, as I shall be absent for ai short time to a
distant part of the state. ;


0 FkPALiW[iICOLA... ..... ..Oct. 6.
Oct 5-Brig Alabama, Howard, fm New York,
to W G Porter & Co.
Stea'r ldIfaula, -Vd'Naughton. fm Chattahoochee.
Oct. 1-Schr Eagle, Heir, for St Marks.
Oct. 6-Schr Elizabeth Caroline, Marr, for New

IN announcing the fact that the undersigned On the seventh of December next.
have associated themselves together in the Edlito- NUMBEK ONE
rial Department of '"-THE SAVANNAH GEOR- U O
GIAN," we take this occasion to say to the pat- O Frt Ti
rons of that paper, and to the public generally, UNITED STATES REPORTER,
that arrangements have already been made for its J Gvn d
material improvema.it in outward appearance A Daily Journal of Government, Legislative and
--and that no pains will be spared to elevate and General News.
msutain its character as a commercial paper, and
to fill its columns with interesting and profitable THE subscriber is now enabled to announce the
matter. We feel most sensibly that to render the completion of his arrangements for the establish-
Savannah Georgian such a paper as the growing ment of a well-organized and independent Jour-
interests and population of our State and City re-na of News at the Seat of the General Govern
quire, a diversity of labor must be expended meant.
. it; such we are determined to furnish.- The leading features of the United States Re-
We shall strive to make its columns pleasing to porter will be the following:-
all readers, and while our humble support sIall I Early Intelligence of the movements of the
be given to the great principles upon which 'to various Departments of the Government, in re-
Democratic party has pla:lted itself, believing terence to Domestic affairs and to the Foreign
these principles to be essential to th!e perpetuity Relations of the country, will be given with
of oar national freedoin and the alvauceuient of scrupulousfidelity. Possessing peculiar facilities
'"uWination-il welfare, we shall studiously avoid for obtaining information, the Reporter" will
all rude collisions with views and opinions an- be enabled frequently to communicate, exclu-
tagonistic tour own. To render our paper the sively, intelligence of the most important cha-
firm but dispassionate expo:nent of democratic racier.
principle, the calm yet unflinching advocate of II. The ,VerbatimR eports of the Proceedings
Southern institutions, the vehicle of amusing and and Debates of the UnitedlStatea Senate, which
'instructive thought upon all proper subjects, i the proprietor is bound to furnish daily to that
whether of science, literature, or general, infor- body, ib accordance with the terms of the con-
mation,-in a word, to ina'.c it a welcome visitor tract made at the close of the last seion of
at once to the merchant and the mechanic, the Congres.. The arrangements now made will at
-tident and the farmer, shall be our constant en- once fully secure to the Selrte of the United
deavor; and if, in addition to this, we shall States an authentic and complete record of its
be enabled by extending ourcirculation through Debates; and to the people-in a greatly enlarged
the interior, to strengthen the ties which bind degree-the benefit of the experience, sagacity
our beloved S.ate and City together, and to and statesmanshp ot that body to which they
secure that cneness of sympathy and feel- have ever looked with solicitous and respectful
ing so essential to the prosperity of both, we shall regard.
find our labors amply repaid. Ill. Te Proceelings n Debates in the
To enable .' t. continue our present connec- Houseof Representtives will also* be given with
tion, however, and to do all that we would wish l1bliness, impartiality, and the utmost prompti-
todo in the way of improving "The Georgian," tude. Each day'.s record will be completclv
*we must look for an increased support front' the made up, and appear in the Reporter" next
public; such we now solicit and confidently ex morning. S o roe
pect. WM. H. BULLOCH, IV. Synoptical View of the Proceeding
HENRY R. JACKSON. and Debates of all the State Legilatlures, will
_____ '"be reitularly given. Mernmers ol Ci:igress and
TERMS: all classes of readers will ithus be kept tully an'l
THE DAILY GEORGIAN iA published in systematically inlorned of D)omestic Legislation
Savannah at TEN DOLLARS PER Arv4um. pay- in all sections of the United -tates.
able semi-annually, in advance; or, SIX DOL- V. Early Intelligence of all important move.
LARS FOR Six MoNrrHs. merits in the Legislatures of Great Britain and
THE TRI-WEEKLY GEORGIAN, for the Fyance will be corinunicaled by every sterner
'Country, is.published to meet the arrangement from Europe, through reporters in L.ondon and
-of the mail, three times a week, (Tuesday, Paris, who po-sess peculiar facilities for obtain-
Thursday and Saturday,) at the Office of the ing information.
DAILY GEORGIAN, and contains all the-intel- VI. The Genral .News of the DaV will be
ligence, Commercial, Political and Miscella- given in a condensed forn, with industry and at-
neons, including new Advertisements published terition.
in the Daily Paper. Such is a brief view of what the "United
THIS PAPER is sent to all parts of the State States Reporter" is designed to be. All the plans
-and Union, or delivered in the city, at FIVE and arrangements have been well matured, and
'DOLLARS per annum; or, at THREE DOL- the hope is confidently cherished, that the U.
LARS for six months. S. Reporter" will prove itself an energetic, in-
THE WEEKLY GEORGIAN, is published dustrious, dignified and perfectly independent
-every Friday afternoon, at THREE DOLLARS journal. 'it will have no party views-nopolitical
per annum-all payable in advance, bias. The proprietor, by the terms of his con-
August 14, 1847. tract with the Senate of the United States, is
bound to the condition that the papershall con-
NEW ORLEANS TYPE FOUNDRY tain no political discussions except the debates "
AND It will be a vehicle of NEWs--not the organ of
Printers' Furnishing Warehouse, any set of opinions. The grand aim of the sub.
.No. 17 Canal street Row. scriber is to establish, at the Scat of Government,
HE undersigned beg leave to announce to a faithful and prompt reporter of all sorts of in-
Publishers and Printers, that they have es- telligence-a responsible agent, on which the
'tablisheda complete and extensive TYPE FOUN- politician, the business man, the manufacturer,
DRY in this city. The Book Letter of this the mechanic, and every one interested in the
Foundry was cut to order by workmen of -long affairs of Congress and the Government, may rely
experience, and, as no expense was spared to at all times with implicit confidence.
obtain the handsomest faces and to perfect if in Itr ris believed that the establishment of such a
every respect, we will venture to say it will be reliable Journal of Intelligence, on terms which
found as handsome, if not the handsomest in the place it within the reach of the great masses of
United States. We have also a very handsome the people, at the commencement of what pro-
assortment of Flowers and Job Letter of the la- mifts to be a most interesting and eventful period
'test style, to which we would call the attention in the history of Congressional proceeding, will
of Printers before purchasing elsewhere. AHl beregarded with favor by all classes of the com-
-articles manufactured by us shall be of a mate- munity; anl, having thus stated his objects, the
riall equal, it not superior, to any manufactured subscriber respectfully solicits a liberal and gen-
atfhe North; and as we shall sell Type at New eral support from the enlightened public of the
York prices, we trust to meet with encourage- United States.

We are now prepared to manufacture BRASS
4RULE 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, Wa-hington, and
Smith Presses, which together with Chases,
Cases, Composing Sticks, Furniture, Ink, and
,every other article required in the Printing busi-
ness, will be kept on hand, and furnished at
'nanfacturer's prices.
Editors and Printers wishing to establish a
Newspaper or Job Printing Office will be fur-
nished with an estimate in detail for the same,
%y stating the size of the paper, or the particular
style and quantity of -.'ork to he executed.
()(- The proprietors of newspapers who will
publish this advertisement six months, and send
a paper to our office weekly, will be paid for tihe
advertisement by purchasing six times theamount
ofadvertising bill in Type.
May 22, lS147. 19-6m 17 Canal at. 1(."v.
Drags & Mltledecines.
T IIE sulisscriber has just received per recent
arrivals from New York, a frill and comn-
iplete stock, consisting .in part, Sulph. of Qui-
vtine, Hyd. de Potagsii, Caustic Potasse, Solicine,
Murrate and Sulph. of Morphine, Luner Caustic.
Chloride of Gold and Sodium, Calomel, Jalap,
Ipicac, Iodine, Rhubarb, Pnlvr. and Root. Sen-
.a", Epsorn Salts, Bachn Leave.s, Castor Oil,
Seidlitz Powders, Soda Powders, Sulpher, flower
and role, Copperas, Saltpeter, Alum, Aloes,
Calcind and Curb. of MIagnesia, Gum Camphor,
'Flax Seed, Bnrax. Also a large supply of as-
sorted Glas- Ware, and a general assortment of
all articles in thIe Drug line. For sale by
Jnnre 12 H. F. ABELL.
Tarraut's Eferveseeat Seltzer
H EALTH RENEWVED, and an invigorated
and healthful condition of body produced
by the iuse of T4.Rk NP'S EFFERVESCENT
This preparation is -iniversally 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
findit 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; they will take this aperient in pre-
ference to any other. Sold wholesale and retail by
Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist, &c.

PERSONS having business with the subscri-
bers during their absence from the city, will
please to apply to Mr. Charles A. Green.
July 12 J. DAY & CO.
Bull's and Sand's
S ARSAPARILLA, just received, for sale by
June M2 H. F. ABELL.
1 f BAGS RIO, for sale by
0 May 15 J. DAY & CO.
C REAM TARTAR and Tamarinds, just re-
ceived and for sale by
April 17 H. F. ABELL.

Congress Water.
N pints and quarts, just received for sale by
June 12 H. F. ABELL.
H OUCK and SWAIM'S Panacea just received
and for sale by
June 12 H. F. ABELL.

Stenographer to the Senate of the U. S.
03- The United States Reporter" will be
printed on a large and handsome sheet, and iasiedl
every morning, except Sundays, at the rate of
$6 per annum.
In connection with the daily paper, there will
be issued from the same establishment,
The Mirror of Congress.
This publication will contain exclusively the
Reports of the Proceedings and Debates of the
Congress of the United States. It will be issued
semi-weekly, in an elegant quarto form, through-
out the sessions of Congress, and will be furnished
to subscribers at the rate of two dollars for the
long session and one dollar for the short session.
It is believed that this great national work will
bee deemed indispensable in the library of every
public institution, politician, and professional
man, throughout the country,; and that it will be
regarded by the great mass ol the people as the
ver, h -.t politicaltext book for their own instruc-
tio.i and that of their children.
Throughout the session of Congress, Extras
will be issued from the office of the Unitled
States Reporter," containing the reports of all
such Debates as may possess peculiarly exciting
All subscriptions and communications to be
post-paid, and addressed
United States Reporter, Washington, D. C.
July 31, 1847.
All newspapers throughout the United States
who publish this Prospectus once a week from
this date till the meeting of Congress, will be en-
titled to an exchange with the United States
Reporter," and will hbe placed on the list of those
to whom the Extras will-be despatched.

State of Florida.
BY virtue oftha power ve-ted in me by law, I
shall expose for sale before the Court House
door, in the city of Ap la'-hicola, Franklin coun-
ty, on Monday, the twenty-fifth day of October
next, at the usual hours of sale, so mnuch of the
lands lying oppu-iite the city of ,kpalachico4a. anid
known as Cat Point, with the lands adjoining, as
will be sufficient to make the sun of Tnree Hun-
dred anid Seventy Dullars and costs, for the
amount of the State Taxes tine from the Apa-
lachicola Land Company on the additional quan.
tity of assessable land. lying in this county, anad
liable to Tax for the year one thousand eight hun-
dred and forty-five.
and ex-officio Tax Co lecror for Franklin Co.
Apalachicola, April 24, 1847. l'i-1-m
Peter's Vegetable Antibillions
FRESH supply, just received and for sale by
April 17 H. F ABRELL.
OLD Pressed Castor Oil and Saratoga Water,
just received and for sale by
April t10 H. F. ABELL.
'Florida Molasses.
N tierces andbarrels, for sale oy
Feb 20 24 Water street.

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


THE undersigned propose publishing in the
Town of Marianna, Jackson county, Florida, a
weekly newspaper with the above title.
This paper will be devoted to Literature, Agri-
culture, and Science; it ,vill 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 Washiogton 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 5u it paid within six months; or 51 00 at the
end of the year.
July 31, 1917.

Groceries and Ship Stores.
RIO COi'FI"EE, Java do, St. Domningo do,
Northern Flour, VWetern do; N 0 Sugar,
St. Croix do, Porto Rico do, Young Hyson Tea,
Hyion do. Powchon; do, Souchong do, Goshen
Butter, Cheese, Lard, Bacon Hams, Sides, Shoul-
ders, Molasses, Whliskev, Mess and Primune Ieef,
Meass and Prime Pork, Mackerel, Shad, Salmon,
Herring, Sounds and Tongues, Cod Fish Tonigurs,
l'euper, Spices, Catsups, l'e,,per S.alice, Olive,.
Capers, Pickles, Sioap, Starch, Tobacco, Naiy
Bread, Pilot do, Crackers, Vinegar, Dried Frutis,
Beans, S.lt. Raisens. Macaroni, Verm.icelli. Ar-
row Root, Corn, Oa.s, Buckwhe.t, Muaiard. Itice.
For sale by B. ELL,[.IUN CO.
Jan23 24 Water street.
BOUTS, Shos and Brogans, by the case;
WVomen's Shoes anil Biklkiris;
Mlen's, Boys anid Youth's Brogans;
..a fine sew'd Brogans;
Men's pegged Boolts;
firi sewed Boots;
Russet Brogans. For stale by
Jan 23 21 Water street.
Ona Cousigunuent.
T HE suhmic!rtfr 't!ia lately received on con'ign.
meant, the fitlh iwing articles :
2 casks choice Ol Port Wine;
1 Old MNidcira \Vine;
1 superior Old Scotch Whiskey ;
2 Pale & Bro. Otard Brandy:
i Dark Dimond Brandy;
10 baskets London Cluo" Chamluaigne.
Also, a variety of Seoars, all of which will be
sold low, for cash only, by
Feb 27 50 Water street.
W IS rAR'S and Swavne's Balsam ol V Wild
Cherry, just received and for sale by
Nov '. J.C..ALLEN.
HEETINGS, ShirlingKs and Prints, by ihe
bale and case, low for cash. hv
Jan 23 2-1 IVate-r -street.
WVistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry.
1 ) DOZEN, just received and I,,r jl0e hv
April 10 If. I. ABEL..

FRESH Fall Crop, for sale by
F April 17 fI. F. ABELL.
QUININE, Camphor and Piperine, !ust re-
ceived and for sale by
April 17 H. F. ARELL.
Sarsaparilla Syrup.
J UT received, and for sale by
June 12 II. F'. ARFL
LV BITrrER3, just received and for ale by
Nov 21 J. C. A.LL.E'.

Balgging and Rope.
10o PC. Kuntnlckv Bagging;
0 1)0 coils Iipe;
4 bales Razcing Twvine, for aroh by
Dec .5 41 Water street.
Iron, Nails, &c.
2 iQ TONS Swede Iron, aisortel sizes;
0 1 (Y) Ykes Nails, do.
4 casks Weeding Floes, assorted quialilies;
20 Blacksmith SReel Faced Anvils;I
20 "9 English and American Vises;
20 Bellows;
12 dozen Spades and Shovels;
10 -- Collins' Axes;
10 bxs Cotton and Woolen Cards;
I case Rowland's Cast Steel Mill Saws;
1000 lbs Cast and German Steel, for sale by I
Dec 4 41 Water street.
BITT-ERS, just received and for sale by
Nov 28 H. F. ABELL, Drugzi-t.

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;
Books for Letter Press.
Blank Bills no Exchange and Checks,
Just received and for sale by
March 1 H. F. ABELL.

For Sale,
100 BBLS. FILOUR; 50 bbls. Whiskey;
1 50 bbls. Molasses; 20 hhds Sugar.
Just landed from schooner Ann, and Ifor sale
low, for rash, by
March 27 NOURSE, STONE & CO.

IATS and Caps by the ease low for cash by
For Sale,
1 HHD;. choice N 0 Sugar;
1 50 bbls Flour, by
SALAD OIL, just receivedand for sile by
Apr1 17 H. F. ABRLL
Blay Rum.
A FRESH sup.,ly of A. French's superior
Bay Ruin, just received and for sale tiby
June 12 H.- F. .FIV I.L.

Dry Gt)ods.
DRILLINGS, ''ickins, Cotton Oanahurgs,
Linseys, Kerseys Jeans, Flannel,, Blan-
kets, Tweeds, Shirtings% 9 eetings, Checks,
Ginghams, Calicoes, Delanes, Honsipry, &c &c.
For sale by B. ELLISON & CO
Jan 23 23 Water street.
SEIDLITZ, Yeast and Soda Powders of the
best quality, for sale by
July 17 J. C. ALLEN.
for sale by
July 17 J. C. ALLEN.
Hoarhonnd Candy.
EASE'S Clarified Essence of Hoarhound
Candy, just received and for sale by
June 2 H. F. ABRLL.

Carpenter's Extract of Buchu.
W ARRANTED gennine, for sale by
July 17 J. C. ALLEN.

blmfn tcatcora Noticcr.

UrgaI INoticro.

i .


N O iICE-Six min..iths after date, I will apply IN TIlE WESTERN CIBCUIT
to the lion. Judge ..I Psob.te ior i- iaiiklii SOF FLORIDA.
Cuiulsy, for a tiral die-ta.srge Irmii thlie Adiramis- IN Franklin CIrcu Court.
traction ol lthe eviil.te oful Douinald CampL)bell, late ofl IN CiHANCERY.
said county, deceased... Arae lla E. Hepburn, widu o"
JANET WILLIAMS, Adm'x. Burton Hepburn. leceaed,
Apalachicola, June 5, 1847. 21-Bm Complainant.
N OTICE.-Six months after publication ol w.
this notice, application will be made to the Joseph L. Hepburn, George 0.
Hon. Judge of Probates for Jackson county, for a Heoburn, Annie E. Hepburn
final settlement of the administration ol the es- ard Carcline B. Hepburn,
tale of Samuel N. Spears, deceased, late ol said heirs at law of Burton Hep-
county. ELIZA SPEARS, burn, deceased; Daniel K.
February 14, IS57. 5-6m Administratrix. Dodge; the heirs of John
Peabody, dec'd, whose trus-
Dry Go"*. tee is Daniel McDahtK-ld; Bill for Dower.
Dry Goods. John IV. Caimnpbell; Hudnon
THlE subscribers offer for ale a large and sea- A. Thornlon; Nathaniel W.
Ssjliable stock of Dry Goods, consisting in Thornton ; Hins Ilolt; Sea.-
rart of born Jones, John H. Howardl
Negro Kerseys and Linseys, and Edwanrl Cary, Irut"es oh
White and Red Flannels, James P. Calhoun & Charles
Plain and Fancy Jeans, L. Bass, composing the laicte
Double twilled Tweeds, firm of Calhoun & Bas;
Super fancy Ciainneres, William Hiowland; William
Super English and French Cloths, Sloan; Duncan McDou-
Whitney Blankets, 10, II and 12qrsl iald Mordicai Myerp, as-
Duffil Blankets, 9, 9s aand lOqrs. ila1gnee of George W. Ra..,
Denims, Kremlintis and Cottlonades, a bankrupt ; Daniel McDou-
Brown Shirting and Sheeting, gold; Joieph & Lswrence
Cotton Osnaburgs, O'B. Branch; Wilirsm if.
Cotton Drilling and Ticking, Bu-.ckenbrough and the Bank
Linen and Cottllon Checks, ol Pensacola,

Drugs and Medlceut.
STHE subscriberb o h, ad will
constantly have. on hand, crt4pl| Ii
assoarIment of DRUGS atd MNEWi-
CINES, which hemill warrant lure
and ol the best quality. Cruntr7
Merchants and Planters will find at
to their advantage to call, exan irit aiAd price Mi,
Goods, before piurchaiing els-ut here.
N. B. Physician's prescriplifns put ipsitlt
care and accuracy at any bhar o theddas %o *ilLtl
March 21 Cor. Centre and roun.e, sts.


Iri-sh Linen, Shirfiti and Shoseting, Dlf1ndants.111, A
Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting. T appearing Io the saloifictlinn of the Judge of
English, French and American Prints, ihis Cmeart, by the alfidavil i,t the Ciaisplami- I
Extra i'l,er, plain and tswilled Ginghams, ani's l,,h-iir, ihat lie Defendalants he-rinalfer
Suiper Calhunere d'Eco..ee, named d,, ait reside within the Wfetern Circoit
Extlra siup,:-r Muslin de Laine, oh the State (f Filorida, but within the United li
English, Scotch and Ame-rcan do. States of America; that it. that the Defendantfs ...
Super Italian black and figured Silks, Joselh L. lHepbuirn reside in the State of Texas;
Black Silk Cravats and fancy hlkfs, the Paid GeoiKe 0. Helpburn in lie State of Mis- R the cur or Dippel*ia rr fndilegirn, Bit-
Super English and Pongee Silk Ilkfs, souri; the Paid Annie E. Hephbirn, and Caroline a lus amid nervous Headache, Coriloipalina,
Eurzl ih and American ('Cotton Hkfs, BI. Hepburn, anrid the said Viihliam iIowlaid. Diarrahia, c ti, Ilieii, at.ln Crail, Vjta-
Madras and Verona head lkfs, each mn hlie State of New York ; the hliire leoncy. &c. For vale uI-,-sal* sard retail, by
Ladles' Cotton hose and Gents Hlf-hose, John Peabody., d-ceas-)d, and Daniel McDiuagald Dec 12 J. C. ALLFN, Diaurit.
Super Mairseilles and Vorstecd Veslingo, Iheir trisi-e flt he raid hfinr. Hllt aid Seaborn I .
Ctton and Flax Thread, Jones. J-hli H. HI',ard and Edward Cary. Irus- Tarrant's Compound ExIIlart Of
Plain and fi.'.l ,, via and checked Muslin, i I,.e- ,,I Calaiui & 1. .*; Mo-rdica Ml Jaconet aid Cambric Mii',nm, i,,ic-,ee- t (;.i-,rge V. Rust, a banklr-ipti, and Dan- .t ,j ,': 'l!.r'%eili-d a r Ill
Ne,-dle-. Pins. Tape, &r. &cS Iel .%,'-l),i.al.t, a3( h r,-sidi- in lie Slate ,f Gft'r. l ,C .'.:i it er I .. a urr
Which have teen selected with great care in I, .Ie Il,, J,,!;'. IV. 'a'.:it,,-Ill,. HlioIdin A. I 'si4 1 *--,*., c,.nfilf
\ew York and Bstoin. from Importteriand lAge' is Th"r'hrtl n, Ntha i,-l M TThi',n'nf.n aid l ia.can n .e- ,'r ''f:*'i* I i, ) idiel.
if Manufacturers, at the lowest iiarkel rate', aid McD ,iizald. -each rh.e%.- in Ihe ate ,f Alabatmia; aIs i 'e5t.i, It will b
are now offered at wholesale nr ,-lail in ravorable ie sjid Jo-a,- h lBrach a'd l.aret-,e O'B. f aoned inval|sable.betltgir|,
terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co. Branch ani< Wadlsin It. lfrtwkenihy.tiih, each re- pared with Ihe Igreatlt
Dec. 5. 1S16. -Il Water street. side n fite Middltic Cuircuitt Fl,-ridla : li 1there-4 ssibhle care. iipeo welt
---- -- fore ordered, thal tlhe ss I )etDenld.iis hcreimbe- le'tled iritnciples, hiiunded
B. Ellison & Co., 91 Water street. I,re amel. a rd -vary aI llin.m, d I appeaar a'il ca olMn that imporlintl iw.
SHIPl CII AND)LEFIRY. i arsw-r the aid hill .I coni'l,iniu. t.nil-rrvl.lise 1ihe fir'il -atablished bi Ihe rcel-
NrANILLA and Hemp Cordage of all liZP., launo ,hall lie laketi pron confmso .nl llsi them ebrated Or I"oldre-, viz
.I Hamiroline, Wormline, Mahline. Spun- anal e i'h <.f lean a1 default : Pr.+;'.-el. thi i. rpl, r Ihatl a rcinbinali.-i ,:'t i. r .
yarn.(lakuini. Sp'rm ()il, Iall do, WVhal do, (Ilie ie jW uhlasul -d in a'iv n -w<',a''-r pm *r si Iin ith 's r.-i',.. vtt alif ,-r# duerc a ..re re, ilfail
do, I.,r.s-ed do. Iaw do. Iloil-d d do ,'i,mis. Toir- (;ircil '',cc a --k f. r f-,ir r',,.rtL lrir i the f p.i'c 1 t.',, il, rAhul eP,-ct Ihan Ii1t ,, 0 .
liseiW ln l Pinls. Window II.IllV, i'l te da!, h Cel, r f-! -l. rwI f.le ls.ts-t, h i d,.-. it, tab"ll"l~e ,'r I' i y. so a "ull
nun, Pant .~ i 'u1;mv, Whi date- herotf. D) ,- At11''mu-If. le7.t lent "w d t "*a'u ssfI-m.I- nman I a i any e1s" w '
ILaI, ted do. Y,-Itlw t)chre, ('tummr e;me,.n.
I-:,n-rald d1,, lin.mi.,d do. (Ihro,,no Y,-1,w, Vr. r G t ;E a: r %AWK N. Ids.a-.e- s ti.r I re ent(d b its tiny Io.
'ligri', Ih r.".-, uil..h-)r, Il'a:r.' V fI'.rn .h, (',.,..l J'idge- fo I ". V. --i ,--:: (' r'il s l It h rda. cation. 't.r ..lte )
'I,,. Tr. tR.io-in. i'r'ch. I'ir,. iitt'.-. (.al.t Painl RA.SDAI.I. & 11 AGIn. Dec 12 J- C. ALLEN,. DTihiit.
Rru-h!',. Varni-i I, ', r ,r I '. S.-ct it ,I,. lampmp dd ,. C",n llin-ai t', "'!"-i'. r, 'TI-. n
l-'np Black. (, !i.l. '"''iltin.R, 1.0i.al)>lca.- En. -- iER'BS
i-h d's., roln I.",,. Ii.-I.vv Inavr- .,,, Ig'ia do. In DIstrirl Conrl of he Unitled
%Vnit. Ill Ia- I Ii -.l iQ iuil,,za. '.,i .('i,, til-r dl., aStales for Ihe Norlheris lt is-
I-, Tacks, +!aip ,,ke-. B,,a(atio. lts.d,.. r--wr
tack d.Srew,. Anach .- ll.st ink-,s. ('a;4t.c'i, c \ i Iof Florida.
!lir. ),irs,. Block, Shlv.ss, Jib i, flink,. Ia d l i. I-lar aD.IIfiAL'I.
Ptn*p D, l)e. k -ck ck-tl ('edior do. I)-ck BIroom c-.a. ,.I cr ( <
Coirn de, Cailk I 'i. 1 i .fia. AtsrIa ), fi .1. A\8Axe i er., n ru c tt:
I I-lv.l. Ilooks rii "roha n ,t e .,, Box I l,-ok li le- do, ste Ira begal Au<1sa,
C(an do Coi',ton u.if, Dfi..lt d,. l-h d,. C- ulking svsl. Liid foi ( ,llisi 1A.
Ir',ns, Nf;%auig Iron-, \larone Stike". S.hif .cr.,-.The Steam Mhoat faoula.u /
Ar.. l hill.-n 1 1 iir, Cook's I.a les" T,,rcnnt. rr her tackle, a ; ar- I a', at
Divi I' r., ('",m;uas.Ii. Sil Ne--rdl,'. Ssit "t'wine, for assure
!knIe' do, C.Qow'n Y io. 1',m I aein li-g l ) -..i r- v l h.-ar Ri..m *i IC *,b l'ci a wor, it rai
P ,imp d,,. -hive-l& Ia nmmdrl. Ii.t lsche. ChAl-. I d 6 ift i f l- ,: I
A-'i,-ir, Plan, ;I..t asir.. (; I caphs il,'. bI nd-aw concern, O ba hir aie cit alu aiuarhmet A
Files. i st T. iiT Iod alo nltol iares, Clapbosardt ock, warrauntit arrel, -ul inn le ah,, cal,.IC, A N DIAN DIA VN 1V Li f I'F IL E-.,
"1Il-rI,ereed% I hI$Cs %dler e olialld cll[ lt -|rl.
Stock dit. looks a'i I d Sruic, Iling,-ola,, '.,luckds Mhave -ilz,-2 I t ikio i,- ai- -'e i. ,-d e a'. ll., I i .. i t- .,i ,
.%Vn,,l -aw ',-nll r an i1.1il-'.,1, ,I lao Ltt .-. lo-I .uf.s,, u ,'r -lack-.- a-'aar, i's -t -lU iir- .1I I' 1 ar", p1 C. l- l al'. It -me', t u ih li I, m 1 1 d 'l i -
i)ep Sea +'., ,tg do. Fsa hd do. Ilnd I -ads. [),-e- to an-,%%er fu[I lie h ,b IfilI' a! 1in. mlc t'r -i, ',- rt a It,-?io ine ; aln l it is mii h oi.a ,. a-
. ( dn, .Slatci d,. Iar do, Funnel-, Lsnihorn- fcr a cia llhl,, iall a call!s&- c t : ,,d ..r'i- ,,,a,.ed b% all '!-ticthave Irai d ti 1 t. 'b IFAl
Chalk Lin-s, 'ch ',is, Lau, Ihuko k .arrgl Tshihea Id'.,-s r ri,,rh- hci,: i,. I 1-It(ltli, t'a l 'ohern edirire-vreill o.6

m1avn ,* Thaii tiled of'n 1.rhiI. or ac^t 4bde Ldne no ..k
Toolavin Pin'. T:r-i Irsr, Cruckery, Csrpeern Di-artct CaCri a,1 llie- lot. I .7'. e-. f,-r the- Ni.r! ,'- ih-ra-ftr v,1 la'h it it ru-a-c-n r nidd It ,
T ool s Sdmpm o>n S'o"'u, ,&c H. F. ACi LL,;A It
A:, ilachcaohla. Jan. 23, 1D7. 0er Dnisrict -of Flarda, atI,.C Clr-',s at.c ... d-r WOMSAND IN'C AIS..
_aal Cs. ir, onri te rlt'v Jof .,l.h%%,h, ,i, EI IE \iSLE b'I t e !. bhtt i d lies a.'c
1REEN & CON 'uFi u N, o. '.W, Water tret-i, thurNl M,,dih (1ed hs ayt l a .1 ii i 'nIter,Iu. riffli- 1 1 Ithi lp eitatund still, e or ti otie.M t.
hhi rve r -'a ye l ]v (andew f' cr ,: r -sale A. ,.. at w vich litte anul ;._cc ,- 1u. a ,",,-, Univa Nld i IN "II I (E c C M I A( i / i.Nj
2I i 'Ic- I"' C-, bvr aRil ,-e, (r na.n w crop ,) i --,be O (ilI h'he ..f(l. itpI I EgN Ile ilI- iuli%
I 0') barrelsN M ril eren a-inI I'Vce,-rniI- .-u ; I)atld a1 \;aalachiclh ,ah, iS- .T H dat v ,, m I!, 2T) I 014 IRefisied IVhltkev in tihe year h S 17. Ru i'F'INIM'iER, ,o' 1".-1-' ai ai '| liu Mt IV-',- I n idle i t-re %a a.ri..
100 boxes while, pasle an-I brown SAap 1;. a.pll7 lla C %re'nu li f.ini, il be inl ,:by hi tr ,-n cai,
5 h;i 14aN. 0 .'S ar ; 5d, .%,covFado, do; hVi I!. P 1TAIL O, D. I. r-mr.i n fle body Ii i I. ;re I.,l. in it. i eti-tel.
2;) i casks cn Sides and Shouldenrs; May 2 o, i17. Il-tl. hi. t em nfed, au II-i- lha 1( ai a l i Iit-Ii
5 ~ Ha s -,Li a' i: i'rlsva-d hay a-ii-, u It i- I ,ai a e ia -
20 a ipers Old Sgnac BFranklln Circil Court, ar-, dsl-vered.
20 barrels Claritied Suoar; SI AI'E (F I-LS lIDA. The Canadian Ver4mihlein r a 2. *-I it2 a
50 boxes Loaf do; Charles art rnct, I btlle arid is uch M riulur-re,-aly ;.(l it-,trid, It.a.
2 "0 Sperm Candlea; "- Adam, (;,v-,,re BW a ti,,rr.
20 barrels N E Rum; Barnarda aiald harle- Prepare-d only by JOiHN WNPR & Co., 83
I3 tie White's BaltimoreaGin; LMrkin ..rhai Atac o-,t. Maiden Lane, Nebv Y aik.
10 i Dianeslic Brandy; trading undarthre fitmSim.o,%,rn taSied j I. F. AI!FLL, Anent
10 "' N 0 Molasse.'; o~ "' Ilartiartd, 4AIpuas Dalrac "/O
50 boxes English Dairy Cheese; & Co." L D amag iJti. Jan 9 9 ir Apalachicola.
5J pieces Kentucky Bagging&; vs. The Great Cun"dian Heumedy.

30""do i coi,-"o .1. .' Rope V4.- Thren d |Great Calnatdia ~itn Remedy.
30 c'als R,,pe; J t;hn Dill. WINER'S PECTOUAL SYRUP
Sales Alicant Mats; THE Defendant aid allow others interested, will NOF OREIOUND AELECA.IPAN9.
SU bxsand hlf.bxs (new crop) Mal. Raisins; take notice of ihe aInstitution of the abtve Unrivalled for the crieffCough, Cld, AlChim
7 1) Lemoins; suil by attachment, returnable in the December pliailttg ofV listed, Whaau1pimilCough, oU ioUk-
75 Manufactsred Tobacco; Term. 1917, of Franklin Circuit Court, and will ly of Horsaslting. Pleutisy, Causlioltpoo,
2.3 cases assorted Pickles; appearand plead theret. according to law. amnd all l saueabaiof he L.joags.
30 barrels Mackerel, No 2 and 3; CARRAWAY SMITH, Bronchitas, a dsease that is 0swe-,pig tt.ou-
20 half obls do do; Plain. t-p A aandss ts a prem,,ature gr te under tihe *anaa 9.e
2 ) h a b ox s s or d od S y r u p s ;P la i ntf i ff's A tt or n e y. m tn ,c a ll n c u rI < b n ... n r 1 |
20 boxes assrted Srups; Apalachicola, April 13, 117. aprill7 14-4m Caunsume. iun, cats be cursd by using this n cdi
20 j chests and boxes Gunpowder and hly- -..ilei..
son Teas; Fr several years paol, this niadicite ilt beer
1( i c h e sts an d b o x e s P o w r l ho n g T e a s ; inuk le an w Ca n d a, ics tim-r e-tit has aell t -las's re al
D, K Dode, ) Iikanwo, amid is calinisidered flaoe bstv use-dana e
2 half pipes Old Cognac Brandyc; vs. I.N CHANCERY. in flo tear a1 ipulhnnary disca-t,. "1 l a g'tai
109 baskets Heid-sieck" Champagne ; James C. Watsusn, ef al) ucs a ahhs tmtddisas i ltcua
50 keaO Nails, assorted sizesC D. KDod er aitsucces mhich hasmalley Witdedill flro odtill-
25 bbl,e Pilot and Navy Brea;D vs. Bile forrPartition. havetbry,and i ctheM ba ifruly woadeslu i rd i the rb
3 tierces new Rice; D. McD,,ugald, et. a/.l torve"beintroducei itheastscdIste, aia-
20 kegs and qutarters new Bnckwheat ;| for te tointroduce il -iflo the L wiill~ SIa;ltlp, ecost.
200khegsaNdoquarthers ewBnkwea ERO GF" W ROSS having filed a petition on fiden -itfif"s heingt ihe tmist safe arid %ditable re-
Aaa Dhelarhrc. 5, 1946. the 22d .April, 1"116, praying to have aeer- media ever dsiecoivered, and adaptatd ta, all divi-ae-s
Apalachicola, feain amonit of money mow insCourt, belonging to of tlle ungs,%a, Ihen immi ot hfle nlau.cti,a ci, fue (
Tobacco. defendants, appr,,isrnaled to the pa)ment of haisperform their natural, r I iticl. (x, Ifling a
T A boxe acfeese ad Ihe Counoillar and .Slicitlir of said de- pMirtrm ther aelu r-and ,lC hatng. "IIIhl na at-r aiefa
27 ALF boxes Manaufactured i" V L Roane fendaits; amid the nMattl-r having been referred toefuacl1, file whole t-r,, dorstolweg j7X-
Brand. ~~~~~~~me a-, Special Master in Chwceryto elactd tmrisa ettre-al-ua~ear a~mithii x
41 half boxes N inufactured IsVW Price" Brand. taert a n tpe ai after n cthement when excessive, allayls g iii01alton.
9 addo.rportiponlhe.ainie.aterhaving given 3) days sorenes-and "laiin, -lead sl-eedl sill arili llgt-
;9 W... do. notice by pdublication in the papers. It is there- ed vigor and elasliciti, ft the aIhue nral.e.
ic "c" "W Barlow" fore ordered that said Gena-1e W. R1 es. the deeen-I P arpared an sld, 'a i sI huala'.a.e.l id r..l by
415 2 ` lb b oxes a do J %V M lorg n soIP re p ared/a .. .. .. -iieNi J ii l lood 1"1re ta Ui. b
1-2 lbtoxipe.ara dants Walseun, McD,iuirala, et. al., amid all others JOHN WINER & Co .3 Maiden !.,,i,. New
1-21lb Luimps.inract
boxes Mmnufactured "J W Morgan" Brand intereh--d, tn appear before me in the city of r nYork, si ail.ne.ur Is fr, .Im ie.
Premium. Apalachiicola on Ihe aevemah (7th) a(f Apiril next, t tF. F. ABELL, Apent
Pm boxm. "" Napo-there and there to present or defend their respec- Jan 9 fr Apalacbiccla.
5 oes c C iN to ive claims, &c.
leon's" Brand1" Magnolia." live cla1ima, &c.for ol l.
5 lboxe' M-inufactured it ta Napo- CARRA WAY SMITH, Balsam of Llverw ortl.
5 es M Brand IaStrawbery." Siecial Master in Chancery. REMEDY tianst pIrica t is -aid no%% tv be
n 91 lernyrand"Strawbery.. Apalachicola. March 6, 1947. 8-3t rA/. discovered in ,eillh at Irt t ia ,nIL, a fIb

,)u Hf U ICJ L2A ilII)ll 4LImxe maI i*) 11a)/-
leon's" Brand Magnofia."
9 hixes Mandfactured Mnrford Honey Dew
10 Crites Crockery; 10,000 Florida S.*ars
30 dnz Nern o Caps; 60 d',z Hoes, a-.,lrted."
Inzrain Car 'etinic, CottonCards, Trace Chains.
For sale low to close consignments, hy
Nov. 14 53 Water street
Oil Cloths and Carpets.
S PCS Oil Cloth, I and 2 yards wide;
1 3 pcs super Ingrain Carpeting;
3 Cotton "
2 Stair "
For sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO.
Dec 5 41 Water street.
Boots and Shoes.
OY'S and Men's Riusst Broan,;
M)fn's' sew'd and nez'd Kip Brnzans ;
Gentq fine Calf RrnTRan :
Wm's neZ'd and ,tew'd Rhnes; Children's do. do.
Slner Ladies' Kid and Mnroccrn qhors ;
Siip"r Ladies' coarsq and fine Calf Bnots.
A larze and extensive awssrtmnt. iiqt received
and forsale by WM. G. PORTER & CO.
Dec 5 41 Water street.

f ThTheheariig of' the above matter is post- Complaint, or mi n i ifti ii i,,ii,.lrt ,ii Itna 1,"
poned nitil Friday, the lftlknsrt. on the Chrilno-'hermual sp.-t -l.v', tv I ut, -jo
Apalwhicila, .,,ri 1 I0. 117. 13-It Dector TAYLOR'S sa-Isl'.;,a. p d irtl le
(- rhp hearing of the above matter is post- Genuine RALBAM or Livarit rv ,'-l a-t t1..e It i-
ponfl n,,til the 301lh Jiame n.xt. parep at 375 BOWERY. Ihi-i !-lit, I trci lBhntl,l
Apalachic-ol i, Aj)ril 21, 1947. 15l.'2m now esponted by several en ii.- i -1 -i tit, ii
0 T 'hp heeariga of the above mailer iq post- and has been for a long time, Il.Secret (f lihe
poned nitil the .Ith aif November next. unparalleled success. which has attended Doctor
Apalachic-la, July :3, 1817. Taylor's mnedirine in performing its woldertul
Franklin Circuit Court, cures, which in many, very many came, have
Barnard, Ad ns & Cic Cof been almost incredible, but the conclusive ptoofs
Barnard, Adans & Co.,the Doctor can bring forward are irreiutible, *rd
John ill and li h In Chancery we advise all who may havys coughs or sirille
Ann Dill. J Elzabeth cold* even, in use this perfect e pe witl-a I.t
delay. Franklin Pays a Pmall le will sink
TT having been made to Rriear hv affidavit that hn^T ".M9anl1ls 1 (*
"T han been made to ran-eat hv affidavit that bi ship." Therefore, cure your cough. before'
1 the dpfendarts J,,hn Dill and Elizabeth Ann yo l n ae hFr m b
twi:your lungs are p~ast ciore. For sale by
Dill, reside ont o Ihe Stale of Flrida, to wit: J.C. ALLEN, Sole A* M forr
in the State of Georgia. It is arderedi that puhb- Apa-lachicola.
ligation be made for four months, in some ,news.- CAUTION-The genuine Doctor Tyoa'a
paper printed in the city of Apalachicola, requi. BCAUTM ON-The LV enuOT has on the btatte aO
rin" them to ,ppear and answer said bill, else it splendid steel plate engraving, to prevent cein-
will be taken pro con fesso. terfeits signed by Curdon J. Leeds, any other is,
"rHOMAq BALTZELL, Judge. vile and dangerous imitations, and the public are-
-July 24, 1847. 28--m cautioned not to purchase or deal in it, as it is
SOSE and Lavander Water, for sale by protected by the U. S. Copy Right Law.
I July 17 J. C. ALLEN. March 21, 1846. 12-1y

Drugs, Medlctu-, Pahi., Okf;
Dye-Stuf, Perfs ery, Ac.
STHE unde.rsigd ,ttoiw>itbohsS
In his frienJ iand the public for their
llberal patronage, and bas to iuoas
that be M now meceWn9 MI a-dditlio-
al supply, which tode blorImer
stock, renders his ass*ortmet emmuay larg
I and complete. Enlfish, French, Gwo a and
American Drugp; Cosmetics; Perfuimey; Glu
and Druiosts Glass ware, &c., hc., anm c d
to Physicians, Country Merwhants arnd otbn o
hie aoMt liberal tenrms-aill o(wbihh bvwagmts
pure and unadulterated.

I M 6.."N,




Wholesle uaMl Retail Druggis.
45 Water 90t.
Apalachicol., Nov. 21, 1646.

xml version 1.0 encoding UTF-8 standalone no
fcla dl
!-- Commercial advertiser ( Newspaper ) --
METS:mets OBJID UF00048473_00098
xmlns:METS http:www.loc.govMETS
xmlns:mods http:www.loc.govmodsv3
xmlns:xlink http:www.w3.org1999xlink
xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance
xmlns:sobekcm http:digital.uflib.ufl.edumetadatasobekcm
METS:name UF,University of Florida
PreQC Application, 4.1.4
METS:dmdSec DMD1
mods:genre authority marcgt newspaper
sobekcm newspaper
mods:identifier type ALEPH 001960138
OCLC 02713285
LCCN sn 83016267
mods:languageTerm text English
code iso639-2b eng
mods:physicalLocation UF
mods:note additional physical form Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
dates or sequential designation displayLabel Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937. Began on Feb. 4, 1843.
"Libertas, Constituto, Et Nostra Patria."
Editors: H.H. Meals, W.W.B. Crawford, <1845>.
Publishers: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge, 1843; Dominge & Bosworth, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge & Co., 1843; Dominge, Bosworth & Wyman, 1844; R.A. Dominge & J.L. Wyman, 1844-1845; J.F. Bosworth & J.L. Wyman, <1845>; Wyman & Wilson, <1850>; J.L. Wyman, <1853-1856>.
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 25, 1843).
mods:publisher R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge
mods:placeTerm marccountry flu
mods:dateIssued marc point start 1843
end 18uu
mods:dateCreated October 2, 1847
mods:frequency Weekly
marcfrequency weekly
mods:recordIdentifier source UF00048473_00098
mods:recordCreationDate 770201
mods:recordOrigin Imported from (ALEPH)001960138
mods:recordContentSource University of Florida
marcorg DLC
mods:relatedItem original
mods:extent v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56 cm.
mods:detail Enum1
mods:caption 1847
mods:number 1847
mods:subject SUBJ651_1 lcsh
mods:geographic Apalachicola (Fla.)
Franklin County (Fla.)
mods:country United States
mods:state Florida
mods:county Franklin
mods:city Apalachicola
mods:title Commercial advertiser
uniform Main Entry
Commercial advertiser (Apalachicola, Fla. 1843)
mods:typeOfResource text
sobekcm:Aggregation FDNL1
sobekcm:MainThumbnail 0436thm.jpg
sobekcm:BibID UF00048473
sobekcm:VID 00098
sobekcm:Point latitude 29.725278 longitude -84.9925 label Place of Publication
sobekcm:EncodingLevel #
sobekcm:Name R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge
sobekcm:PlaceTerm Apalachicola
sobekcm:statement UF University of Florida
sobekcm:SerialHierarchy level 1 order 1847 1847
2 10 October
3 2
File Technical Details
sobekcm:File fileid JPEG1 width 1000 height 1463
JPEG2 1465
JPEG3 1464
JPEG4 1458
JP21 3192 4670 servicecopy UFDC2\UF\08\07\04\43\000980436.jp2
JP22 3160 4631 UFDC2\UF\08\07\04\43\000980437.jp2
JP23 3188 4669 UFDC2\UF\08\07\04\43\000980438.jp2
JP24 3180 4635 UFDC2\UF\08\07\04\43\000980439.jp2
METS:fileGrp USE reference
METS:file GROUPID G1 imagejpeg CHECKSUM c93a9880a4770954eeb9781743933e9b CHECKSUMTYPE MD5 SIZE 396360
G2 e5f6ce1aae6a821e0b7a347cbe925b0c 501563
G3 9209153e8f4802641d76be1a876032f1 458283
G4 5883112add78368ed887330174f80dfe 434808
imagejp2 644c1ba3682784021151a2fbf9e6c013 1863413
cb7641b8b0a437498fdf50c670f12d23 1829166
bc6bc78e00450b43de539bc37eefbade 1860611
3a4f9c11f9b8b4d4fd24f492111c2639 1842461
METS:structMap STRUCT1
PAGE1 Page
METS:behaviorSec VIEWS Options available to the user for viewing this item
METS:behavior VIEW1 STRUCTID Default View
METS:mechanism Related image viewer shows thumbnails each Procedure xlink:type simple xlink:title Related_Image_Viewer()
VIEW2 Alternate
Viewer zoomable JPEG2000s JP2_Viewer()
JPEGs JPEG_Viewer()
INTERFACES Banners webskins which resource can appear under
INT1 Interface
UFDC UFDC_Interface_Loader

Commercial advertiser
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048473/00098
 Material Information
Title: Commercial advertiser
Uniform Title: Commercial advertiser (Apalachicola, Fla. 1843)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge
Place of Publication: Apalachicola <Fla.>
Creation Date: October 2, 1847
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Apalachicola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Franklin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Franklin -- Apalachicola
Coordinates: 29.725278 x -84.9925 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began on Feb. 4, 1843.
General Note: "Libertas, Constituto, Et Nostra Patria."
General Note: Editors: H.H. Meals, W.W.B. Crawford, <1845>.
General Note: Publishers: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge, 1843; Dominge & Bosworth, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge & Co., 1843; Dominge, Bosworth & Wyman, 1844; R.A. Dominge & J.L. Wyman, 1844-1845; J.F. Bosworth & J.L. Wyman, <1845>; Wyman & Wilson, <1850>; J.L. Wyman, <1853-1856>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 25, 1843).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960138
oclc - 02713285
notis - AKD6771
lccn - sn 83016267
System ID: UF00048473:00098

Full Text



: ,

r> .' ', .._



'"- ... 1 ,
: ., lJ.1 I p' ,I

4I ,.' ,'I' I


'.."***..** w

Contnttciat 11. .I

t 1bucttizct.

'; ;: :


.. w r
'. : a .

_A.. ": .
--=--- _.-- -ii- LIBE11TAS. COX S T t T UTI O. ET NOSTRA* PAT n. J A. .. j.;
= =
---- --
-= = .
------ -

--- ---

{'IAL ADVERTISER) nUrJfnt -i1J'r-rci( r ?. )ortr!?. ;another parcel of young-;; m-f' -i-Z.: i -;num-1; I little- store or take .some other, lr-nd--the .. *
extravagance of female dress!
-- -------- -- becautil.
---------- _. ._
--- -- --- --- u her the
AT 1''rJ. --- on result of J
rCIILUUD: llmist means of gaining Hut effect is
BENJAMIN: : Ll.UMlN.< WlU.TAM A. WOOD. to have.; The{ money. noi sensibly felt upon society in
'TIS NOW TilE PROMISED: HOUii.A :. wager he
L. WfTIAJf. j i idollars must rriiike it nnc.Iu'oll and
; general
O. Ellison A: Co., a side to which money felonies are, from their
COMMISSION;; I :M E IIC H A NTS SEHEVADE.The bute I([ ; nr hJlrrnw-lnll he was sun of win- confined situation and other circumstances
:'JI I) i. Y 1'.i, E.litot.L '. fountains serenade the flowers filly. As the firM -atid if were not win lose ,
;f. c. ji\r) nnAT.F.R IN-: C\Cf lit -ur more entitled to indulgence. But there
DRY GOODS. lH.OCEHIEf{ HARDWARE Upon their silver lute' make up thr.ir number ) f 1 or inns, lira risk il !' much to and M
L Siorv Biltz"H's (Rjildin, corner of'B" TIN WAKE, BOUTS, SHOES:: HATS:: And, ne>tcd| in their leafy bovver, Charles to persuade Two or three after this the say to censure in relation Jo
t V..ininrce aid Chestifut streets. CAI'S. CKOCKKRY, SHIP The fore''t foinN) are mule : he sure to heat them,' { ilays diSlrPl! of oune men. who are encouraged
, \ CHANDLERY. The hriht and glittering\ hosts above he interview. I wis in out- of the most in a extravagance by the weak
t to
1 Tit.1S.Iprn : : 21 Water street Unb-ir their coMen j;'ite", nearly : spots on the romantic road' to and dangerous partiality of iheir _
Jan WJiile halite hol-ls her courts of love -kill skill ; hut then the boat parentsThe ,
, 23 Apjlacliicola Fa. miles from the j
pillars !
,. -rnr..e per annum 11111 rity. The of young men in the
t "\ And fur Iwr client +yalrsThen as north superior' io present daY,
i -.
SDI', I I il-' 1,1" '. >r ?'JVif paid within six E. J. Ilnrdiii I l.idv wke=in !li' rangy rise the moon so that was beautifully level. I was silting is not only cosily, but injurious to (their
ir -i J"I If re\frer. i '1'i" now the prmnts-ed hour we ; n a stone bridge thrown across a ravine prospect in life, and lays the foundation
liJ" f.IOJEHCIIAXT: them. You
,, ..i t'i' 1 for .i I k-s tt'rm11; *inl When torches. kitui!>- t't'hrkits will gain to a
"i' i great which
by a steam and
k t '_ f 3i vil, iiviriiWy foe chir.:..d for t jCfO.licc, No. 6 Columbus HmlJin.', To light thee to thy! h--ver. Yon have only to pal in and depth permanent rui extravagance. Examine
,II'' '* Jan 16 Fa. tore through it with wild and the cost ol'a full dress t
llb 'lisjsonimu-d until I Apalachicola fashionable ; .
,,1| \ i T 'v : : up the \\ager of three lr : -
1 :? "s tr- uiJ 1\lI.S: ; ,tt the o.=tiuu of the The d.iy we delicti- -"- ;) though magnificent effect. ThE young {gentleman who parades Broadway
t' n: Il;>7/orts, .Allen A Co., hcsjitatev/a long lime, I. I i
To love the vvjtchrirht: : soili. vva- level : and it was remark- drives the 1
Jm.tnr11v 0 > twelve I I lines DF.\LEUS; (IN HARDWARE AND SHIPCHANDLERY For all ihat'sh" i .' f.jr in his risking his '' I on avenues, and attends the J''
.HI"1% -l'oI.- ie juin ( '1,1 i r ; 1 llt. as the wa rather t' opera and the *
scenery ; mere '
; *
, ,!rt\ oil M.,'I.t Fitly Cents for subsev" SPIKE-: ;, AND C \<';TrX(1-:, E'en th'i- the :" ,'t-ir-. ,"' .',' .\.t rN",. given. on the i island a linle was !sitting: on a parapet of the bridge in- item will be surprising ; when we re- *
every ;
i; t, in thine
4' r 11- And Manufacture's of Tin Iron and Cupper The :IK.< UiiyhAmi : "-. the liver : : pleading emollls which collect the varioue t ceteras in the wav of '
i,'It 'l14rtV I. \\Vnrcs( all 'It.. h'i'i i *..',: ;>1 't'lfl| heaven, up some : -enety always induces in tai. when I useless trinket, rings, chain seals: I
lk'-rt'se bv fie liberal &c.
,."I : II"' year a -\1"- ,linn, vill, l' nil : b-it til ilverlisemcntsnot Per 1-2: .Analachimla Fa.U'M. Th !furiously me two amount annually expended be almDst |-
'" 1'* '11,1,1.1\ wtk- -in h ,lIly rise experienced' coxswain, a As I wi
.:"." .t.; -: HIM : to( t'l *ir o\tvumess 1 as well W. ?!\t.,. tVM.1V.: CH :CVCR. 'Ti- now IIP! |irnnii-i'l lamer complete\ before the ; two rlll'trw near recognized incredible. Young men t'IS indulg
Iii ;>:1! ilt"rti.' nMts <; it in by them will When r..rcht'81.Incll.. in the 5-ktt's! racers ; and woe as me' Charles ed are never llr a reverse of fof-
Signs V Chcc\cr to dec.de the fate of prfJarec
ur"'I! +tt'1Pi' 1.'lIt ritds. To light thee to thy hnt\'rr. full a length behind. I saw his: eJc.- loop whict so when it
'r I'l!' l l"il lU'v-'nKin-Mis mist!! be paid: fort course it 1111"'cry; : ; I was wild shoos I insane ; his face was they, their hope ( "
O.Tice N<>. 21 Water ,;4re''!. OMNIPOTENCE.There : began in the of I Fallile Lucifer
.!liTe' dec12 Fla. pre.sence ;; a.1 The race was hopelessly I lost and ihe remainder of is
Apalachll'C/1a : in
is something dt'lrghrfullthp! piou minJ 1 1in ple, whom 1 ihe spent
vill b c'nr dfrainrrinc- a news had
it r -i',> ) i i ir- ; !; nal nothing but debt and imprisonment. re wretched misery and dependence often
'. ., ,t.) \\\ T. Wroo. I E.: I;. UALLOI-. the idea that God is present in all: the diversifiedfcone : / Our hero's parly' I to him. As he drew nearer he rose ending in shi'me: and dishonor. -

fc : i :i !. t Wood iV: Gallon, ? if human life, and that no lot is too miserable main. ;11I". I by the lime { dissent and lhre' a over the .' I

1 . i. i -I t I \I'I. : Ie.cish! or city reference.Dfccctoi'2. COM :EMISSION': 1 tlEl; e't..NTS: I to enrage: his paternal care. buoy, were full two ; of ihe Orirl e. Then d.lnel first I saw his,para des RETIREMENT IN A HAT.
I" 1- ': : O tact No 42 Water trert.-l'i' st nr.-. E'en while voicelets Now llie : .
Midnight walks the came The
IIOW. play' : his resolve. I rushed fir ; following little anecdote
t Jan IG \IItIc1Iir.ol.' F.I. impious related b
.... : l.nd.And ,
-- cnxst+'nin;: Horrible to I to sej/.c his horse the Rev. Mr. Rose of
: -but too l.ite-loo in his discourse
;: !.prr.t'1-Ihr[ wins-of Darkness with her w mrl, Entlnd. -
1 J liar; i3 Tlioinus 1'1'( ston, Wnat s-crnes are wiin'ed' [liy Thy w.iichful ey fop-most! inn ihe boat :_ l : Indrove violently against the ;parapet at the Chapel

---- -- COMMISSION t11RCIIANI'AND: \ FODACCOiN U'h.,t million-: w.ifi to Thee ilie! prayer and !sigh: and while the( crew were over down-l1own info the dark on Sunday evening the lath ult., serve
.If? .. II j' Stone, flIV.L'ruuhs 1 ..1tI r.!; roR AND HROKBR.No. : Suine gaily: vantsh' to an nnf"*'irM) grave. him, and in clisf'ntIII_ : water beneath., That wretched sui I to exemplify the way in which those may
.) 1I>", Sln.c cV Cn.- xJ"? vV.tt-r st.-Olfice soc-rui hark room. Fleet: as ihe t-un-rlash i'era suininer wage ; antagonist shot why
1 : I (far : '; ,' His last plan had been laid. are taught by the spirit of God and who
!1,1.i\; 1Ii:1tC11A I :; 'fS, loJ1: Ajialacineoli; Fa. dotr: went out life in :-lIIil, ?, and wme in tear= coxswain had deeply are .
w \n. 1 ; \.Vater street, _h__ ____ I S me dip* vviih hope, \\lule, others: droop "'Iiaf".1r been vehricle was dashed to pieces' audit hereby led to make a business of their soul's

A 1,1. 1ir .Ilo., !f'la.a 1'. ?!. ti. '1. Htill.( ,;: In due lime Charles .. supposed it was an accident. No eye salvation may find the means of communion

-- ACrm-; ) '.1.1 S > i i Ht.UI: :I':, No. i- .lrrlrh:: on its. inotherV ; dicine in the same c ity. ,' into the his Creator.MONCV times and nnder all circumstances.
l I.> .tt"r .11''l't. "I he capuor'nlnat'nnr) o'rr hi r'ii-worn. c6 tin presence of :11 .
f' : I ; 1.1 i rU.tC:1iIi': i i ; <; ; ? ; to a great wild! A gentleman
n.- l' .\P\T.\CIII-OT.\, FAt The \\ IdI'' tt'rrptutar| | / h. r lord a;rtin many deeply interested in the
.i i : : .: I.1'i r :s. Wlule inoiiriitihut. Ir l.tn"d' which, he rushed into AND ilATUIMONY. of I
maiiv! a :? : rye, progress religion nmoncjt seamen,
t', '\ .. 't'l f :Y tt.'r ..tr -PI, t Fri+-:- '\J!t':
a !' \\ > tl l' IIC'lli, '-I 11 C .a"' ItO fr s tV Co., A lid vt tin -aft i !i c.uiwell, rio t"'i1r.drllj'; fall, whole however he ) : I day to me, that! heIS' impressed with 74. shortly' after the battle of Navarino
l -- -- CC M MISS ION .1ERCl1ANTS: Hut Tho"111 x'r and unit, and s-a\acr all !"
) 1 v i >t- Tt.\\il.L, J. DAT. Water street due tune marru-d a : belief that, notwithstanding the evi lent where the combined fleet of England.

J. it'Ii tCa.. .Iv 12 Apalachicola, Fa 1-Rtl t.i ctIit71lro1U !girl, who died iwo years ; of the country, fewer mariia,es France and Russia i under Admiral Sir Edward -

I c +1.llh.ld. \' .1'.tCil,. tiNTS, leaving him! thildle.-s.! place in the present day than in firmer Codri/ron. had annihilated the Turkish -
------- ----- -- --- -
..'0. ;)2 \\ d..r ,;tr..t. C. A. Gncr.v.: C. H. CONNLRY.: -- -- ---- -- The blight: check ; and that he at church, iu consequence of a violation of

I i-3: '' \ I Mlaciucola, Fa. Greta tV c.Cannel', [From the National Magazine for Sept ] upon Ills wild !'1' : walks, and! at It'rctmet amusements, more the law of nations by the Ottoman power. '

jo. .'t.. '-Vi-.1 1 1 ::' Ii.li-irince; :or Ihf': Co.'tutn" and" :the raucrCu'I 114rt.I COMMISSION: : :M C R C HANTS HIT OR :MISS.PY :: now removed! ; and he bachelors and old maul-, than wern seen The gentleman above referred to, was

) 1 n n. i I'" ("I" .IirtforJ t'onn.t :\u. 3-j, Il'ateriyet.L.tci1IcoT.A. F. iirn;o:;. tention to speculations) in fifty ) ears ago. This is no doubt anxious to know if there was any pious stamen -
-- ----- .XP! FA. ;A rf',III..r... go-ihead. Yankee in>i\im which several. of his ; : ; a ci"pUSlliol to exists- on board the ship. He was
1 "I ISIMIV: II I oJ :II(' Pdican Mutual Insurance Co af Xcic York.CHAS. is in lliu mouth, and Iras Wade tile foriunc fortunes. He examined ;+nkiud, in pursuit of m.ITY.SII l'pinl'ss.are I nol by the officer that there was one ioformet
.I ,1.1 > i J-; M 1 Ell: C H ANTS, A. (; t 1LE.strut.: ";I .
,l'i, I'c3 N"' :3i Water! :of trcet..loTm of nuire titan. one, enterprising.! Xe\v Knsh.tider : institution in which Illy I blind as to avoid ihe only road which jar. who was moreover one of the best hands

I / 'fit* fitr i! ,. is' not hill' likp. tryin'.' Well to he time very law He ., !> to it. But ter i: more caution, oLe the vessel and who had distinguished

I > ..I'r'n'L i I: COMPANY, S. !Ict:3iissoi, cure there is notliini; like Irving if JDII confine the. stale of its affairs, : ,veal in entering! into that holy stale-men himself by especial bravery in the action.-

; "t > I' (" ry tf felt Y:1rk. AUCTIONEER J AND I COMMNSIONlEitCU..NT yourself to proper objects, and) do not in his life acted with : .' : that l the same confidence, nor wnmeo the The Genoa was very critically situated -at %

i N i. ,1 W'.!ter street' M i apply the itiaxiin to CHITITS of chance.. : But did not go headlong .! moderation in their views, as : for- one period of the having been exposed -

:. 1J: : 1',tirtticnll. Fa. :':(1. :i ) W:t-r 'ol re'-I.. (he hcxt proverbs, maxims ada;:cs, and s.iv- oT miss.' lIe !saw: that lilf'!. A JOUR'S man entering upon single-handed' to the concentrated( ,
-- -- .
. -V a. *;. P n-lor iV 1'o. S 'licits, patrn'ia APAI.CHICOH, Fa..Ji14it in!:s. \\ ill he misjpplieil.; The itiesiiin;: of !sounl.' Ihat the stock stage of I life, of limited means, a store fire of two Turkish line of battleships, each ;

: .: iVI.: :5 I U; (I. ) Ur'l> COMMISSION: ; F. Farriar, the BillIe itself has been misrepresented hy there was no miss) at all or a respectable mechanic is fearful of them of superior force to herself, which

\i.lCHANTS.! GENERXL! ItKCEIVINii. FOIJ! WAUDING & "\'IIIIIPIi.1:1(1); \prrsuncpnuncrupun! some was all hit. [He .. '.) : ha'r adin) ; (Ills hopes in alliance with a was rapidly( knocking two ports into one.

>'". JI ll'iter trert. COMMISSI1)MEICIl.tNT: ; old- sw;; that. has hcen in every persons fortune. i-.f.'Otit fifty on whose economy) industry and and had almost entirely cleared the guns in

t 'I" ; \;Itld'I.ir-ult.! i Fa No. 5 r.1 Water >:reel.Dec month for half a ->rore: of cent iirir'-;. irelrli he had foreseen, the t, ''IP cannot with safety rely ; he con- that part of the vessel', strewing the
--- :; Apalaciurnla; I'Ia.V. .
" :>. .:. 1V1 !):! iVcr>., ( its application to in rxtrav.i:rant degree! to he -old out, and /found nrs single, still eager to marry, still diffi with the dying and the dead. This deck .

I 1.1 .1 : < I J" tNJ FOIt .VARDlN G I>. \ CllllKII, suit tlifir ptiihhnd view of their own intcre eighty; tlwloalll I \ to please : and at length becolts an old ff'low. as his duties permitted rushed galant tonne i

1 \1 :rtc.3AN; r.';. AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION: ..is, ;HII\! inikiti2, it their maxim through. the first In congratul.rfc h.llr. full of whims and caprles. whom of the silenced guns, gathering a few others I

\ t 7, C'lllJn; It 12" \\'. MERCANT.! life, and fi'rillv'' mil) llicii eve| '', and I lvicd< him to worn-in ought to m.irry. Why i is this ? around him and again opened a furious fire

; I. I i: ___ A:,i! ICtIII t t. 1f. 1- :". 5-W/ci/y a !t'uirf of Pnllic Palrna- (. Thi;; is just what ClmilesT 'hd. tune in real estate, and i is 'because parents indulge their d.iuglitl'rs on the enemy which he sustained until assistance -

---, -. -- O.tJl APAL\CIIICOI.A, FA. lit w.i.a h f.; if nd of mine. And a fine in mUfellow 1.s. lint I f found him i ; notions of extravagance and fashion ; they came and throughout the action.
.V I
\ \ A ,C1CE Zt -- ---
.i \t
c99'c' :1 he vvis t ClII. HP and I weir schoolfellows. in sock: : Of course young candidates for matrimony. rnd On the word being passed for him the .
.t" i w \: lf ;{ :azie.I i = !)J'U( I
.. CO1I':1 0.\ 'MEUCilTS: : : His peculiarity wnsthat whcnevr success, the sober f i I"I{'" !their :lirand fir=demeanortheii visiter, after a few preliminay questions said
I I II 1. ;; i ) ; \1': 10,1 .\NTS: ,
.. 4i Vtl-r street, !','u. IJ, ?1. Cna-les! :tree'l. rifkinz ttny f:reat vrnluro. 'fir would slop, shown in his first di: ". ) I : coldness;, and stately aspect, (the very to him I Hew you feel on going into

f1 > i. v lUAr'.iicnls:: : f- 't. ;.-N-e:b! triiA' clap. his fJlJt'r'cr;' ) safely to the: side ol II'INnosr : was f our. He conl'l lk'a n u111 they should judiciously and action."

t 1.h! :-.r.w....: S Co IKS.: AMOS IIort:' aiitl/ consider! alto cliancos: pro. andron. spectilaiions: ; ,' .Micourage. A yo uri lady is taught Why, sir." said he. "I was. fortified

r *.. .%: J. Sc'ir.Ter.'J : anti if th,'re was one in his favor he \'ifc'o .if his luck. He : u/lllll;; about rank ; reads much about with prayer and J felt ready for anything that I
lr\llrROC: ( R.
/ \
.r i-t%. iiiofa Mil: to Anting upfdimiy. Elivara :.11 cC till}', would rxcLunlwell: uolliin! like! try Napoleon in fortune. ; rill/+ '.'nr. her imagination is perverted by God might please Io send." ;

, ,! i .! nit i'II -''nptores.. A UCTIONEER in:! lIlt or miss, here :oes !' lie cir- life {lost a venture. I \' ns of ,1"2lt. accomplished facin- "With prayer?" said the questioner; ;

r ;.a. I lu ..Vjtertraet! Office No. ot). Water otrt'l'f, lainly was the luckiest t fl'lIl11"t'r I met him of the host race. : ; 1t'1. who exist only iu Lucy, and slip I but surely on the eve of a fight, and with

,. I Vnlichicola, Fla. Jan lf Apaldclncnla! Fa. wiih. (fie] was; almo-t uniformly; "ucl'l's-flll.This tulle Til oxswain "' .lIl's (lie plain honest lover who is cal the decks cleared for action you must have
t -- rnhiiiK blind' folded into the midNt r.f I I went deeply gri' I .. to l. her and competent found it very d fficult. or almost impossible
; :i. F. .\t c11, :11) hl/py.
f v" :l I). Dallfnltll, the territory of c-hance teas had rnonzh i in tlil ( ; ruin was at I I pru\'itl her cOIlort. This rank- to find a suitable place of retirement for
I I. ;-tL : tD : rviL, .
"i-v" \UCTIONNUCOMMISSION! MERCHANT; tin small venture of a hut home, resolving! in +l invidious and weak classification in "
, l 4 .. S; ) {../ .>, I"1'"VJ_ w :, P3iS] >, srhool-boy ; MS II) so prayer.
1 J' Too[ -. .L 1' '. t I AND: GENERAL:Ut'.tLAL.AGENT, ..... he made :i fun her step in life, if soon hecaine avail.ible' stocks in I i is an enemy to true happiness. A Very true sir," replied the gallant fellow -
. ." ,' ; ., that lit uViPrmined -hould know that' his wife l but there's .
i.\ J* tarttts atn >ry evident was on his intensely as i is amiable{ a great deal of retirement
j .;- itlon: bo'.i:;!Ijf nn order. "Iler'sl.t
I. .r. It' 1! t I'lt nli'T .*- .' '. IWers to ruin. The first tim tint he evi-r ri-ked any though; (1 I I iff"It.1 I I i { industrious ; a uunnn shoal <]i coer in a hat.

t t .. II \ ,.1,1! if','-1. :).. r..... ; I money I recollect wellV i were frnmu:! after. tin-, J received a her husband. is honest and capable; ; Retirement in a hat" said the visiter.
a --- 51. f). J* I. <;1J. I J. ('.. I\I"I-rEV-USL.\P. J New 0 r I ean4J.I out nit foot our reenmces not Ix-in veiy itiloiming me I that he t+; i ; (lwl with economy and! tlltl'nl. they must what can you mean by that ?"

,. tI-, \'YLI ICl\-ZlE.: magnificent, { to the distance! flf| whole firt j The allurements fortune also Why this !sir of
.J i ', il-ii <* ,.. -.r*, 'I- :: a : A1alachicnla. some .SPVIMIor nearly Iii I : hall of ; course there was no
"... \ i- ..*.'!it. Fd. J S. Hurcmvs-ov, S right milt from the. town wlii-ie vve rr- {presented more ; theirbaneful+ influences : a man will place in the ship to retire to; and if I had

F; ,. --- ---.- "i.I'd. to visit fli"lItis of flur XVi1 .Ntomieil I even that b} whi1 he marry beciuse ihe lady hag no money. tried' I might have thought to be skulking;

I- I': I1tiirti112rI':; > .- \ \ T. ))rorrfJ ioliat[ Zwoticri.1nl. on 'ItHV.t\ at an inn to speak with thekerper. lation. ] was now srrn l only a small) portion ; the lady refuses a but after the ship was cleared there was a
-- with whom "e were .icii.iioi"l. J all and match because the few before the action
: --- -- --- ,- ----- | + at taunt inquired (proper gen inomentsquiel begun;
i l .Vatc."r.I-: "-, ----- --- -- .
i. \ 1.1 :. *oli, Fla. \ \ SIDEl liltLLNr ,,1. I O. A* vvr weir talk 'us.! a stoat, haul.Icatiueili.Ill ; erin': wli.tt;,! information I I { is not rich, and cannot afll11! sup- so I turned to the bulwark took off my hat
;f ) (..inner c.iine; Imaging:: ill vviih a CUll"t >n this il..riltifl, md ] I her in the same gaiety I.I! I extrava -held it before my face and said-'O Lord,

t > ;=?. '' i vii :> PRATT. fJr: Miy b<* I fnU'id at his resIaeI.ee corner olCentre f Irui: .in:: over his aria). H<* was r.tIHloIlI"... had suspected \.s the ; 'ncr, wl"ci a weak and indulgent father for Christ's: sake forgive all my sins enable

J ) :lie vV Pr.lff, Hlju and lli.;li sit eels! .opl'{) lle the Mdn&ion from the market I, haviu""Id; eveiyihmy Inn I It'l, the stork gond Inc I encouraged! I, who, living to tun extent me to do my duty this cay ; support the

t ; ; i ;'i.I.n ; I IJV MERCHANTS= ;e. Nov S. his ;'I tlO"C. l\f\ wan'ed! to ::' i rid ol it somehow dilel'lol' a pack of east I: his menus. las; lolling by fur a rainy arms of my country ; and fall fit me for

.!I ; "I. I J .Vttertr.-et. Fa. Dr. A. W. CIiai>niin, or other with, {profit' hut no one \\a" -pecions coloring! over ); dresses' his children in the fashion death take care ol my family, and receive.
\ nl
---! i. (;:}- 0 liceuverthe Uru4 Slc.re; tat l 13. S. Iian lea ., i disposed to Imv. At ltu2iIi:: :a raflle! li..inpropoed :: make 11"11 ;'appear I keeps his daughters ever single, and my soul to thy glory for Christ'. sake.-

: :1. :t. l' rbal'' ( ltldrlce on Cnrsimt! strict ) J Its-",-/III.cest! the i ihUIIe and .-ai:;"- h a': .1....; 'in (h IN all parties ill maileis of stock, In be pruvnlcd for by him. A man' Almost immediately after the action began,
l 1 II ; c ) \: a "\ ) oj R ,V ?111 D I-G I : (lately occupied by Dr. Ball/ell, il was fleriih"! t : *' !I?. /. 'umld' he MXtickets (Miailrs.: I went iouii'1' +'pied by riches allies himself to pride e and 1 fcl ready fo anything.{ So you see.

. .1 I ...t ': : (11F : r January 10, I Islij-' 2-tfW. at a qnait: -r i .- i,1.. and) tohe (IhI* greaiest t anxi* tv and I l ugliness, ignorance and f.lslilll; and sir there's a great deal of retirement in d

S I. ; .V"r..r.rrpet. I as usual I. sh! ik<'" ': '. 'com >v Inch I (ills II'iS'"I': t|lay' lit IU..t : I all his wealth, he enjoy PS no happi-{ hat."

, 1' I Iv A'uh"it'oh. G. JI. Davis, ..a f'h would/ ill i I'v 1 i 'i. T >. 'var.* taken hut my advice was; "' I :'..M, no CHUIflt. no 9.U1"Lcnuh. Il is i ever Reader, go thou and do likewise. After
\: Fr. i.icis i{:>i)aitii, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR:: \ AT LAW liy uvo :ri"il': :'. -. .." .-pi a lui-k! 1 ",.h.Iilll! pshaws, :and! most safe for an intlu-iiioiis '":1 to this, let no one complain that he cannot

, ;' 1.'. ." VL" \ nRF T \t1.D \.LF.RINAN Oilers!; his services to the public in either ul the miller ; it was n1' r.> u-r- orrl -'I rhrwnnltl I ..1"11. he. hit or gut i..>.' i girl who brings no fll'llle ; whose serve God or seek the salvation of his soul
; .r'' ; I IJ >. a ) ) r;, "r.lOKS, D above capacities.) lake oi'I I ffli. to IIP -"r"', much f..III'. with the .. ,. h roiisists ill virtue economy and) run from press of duly or want of retirement ina

CLl'IIING: &e. lie will practice reGular1v in Franklin, Calhoun inclined 111.,1 war ; Iml. on ti-ll.-i] lio:! upon limits.unl iloll.iis in the which cannot be wi"lel.l and which i is vessel. In salvation work as well as in

y.!,:,2'11. r. I'rn'lt.rf''t.Iulachlrr.a! ] Fla.. and Jjclc: otiCircuit Courr"-.llld will, ulna n llie chance-a 1 aut-t me. I came to the conclusion \V.II the rf''ll was .. hi-* prized far beyond riches. If a 1.1111:1 is all worldly af.irs. the old proverb holds

t1'o0. special; retainer act as Cotmiel in any L'oiirl t liras I wnul.11111/ aflor'l to !Ire <:o for ,...1 expected. '1 andean att to give a handsome par "ooe that \' there's a will there's a
Will: & C9. (It the Mt'Mlenr VVestern Circuit. He will al w, with his it is the -[Sheet .nchor.A .
i" noihin:, : Iw-irles,{ 1 looked II|pOll rafllmg, ) as the tock fell and, fell, I Ilaulter. ever most way. .
riov r:: : n \ \ .) COMMISSION= ar4ue cais+ in the Court Appeals at THllaha--\ no better than {;;"Tlhlin
N .u :3: ;tci; vv i's. s e, the s jions of winch, lie will always b e appointed the old farmer. He IUrlu'" iof'harles of eighty' ilniiisand, \' '; weik priiplt': 01 delicacy will induce a lawyer retained in :case of assault an<}
:. unless accident
t i .1'1! n''I" UiilJinz: present at, prevented by
t _'1 I'a! 11! A ul"chi.tI \ ApaUchicols, September: EH G. and presented! him wait a ticket, tin IIIII'I !lire lul or li; to question the propritey of bestow battery was cross-examining a witness in
I ., ) talking! garrulously at the s.vnr nine uf the The creditois rushed a daughter and withholding her fortune relation to the force of the blow struck. ,

't v. lll' I L i ill i k C >.; A. G. Scan ies, ma nificencp of his poosr, and I nl'the extreme "nOvlh',' Every honorable man who loves his wife, :IH) What kind of i blow was it ?". demanded -

JiSSlOI lilt CHANTS, probability there was of his drawing! thing except one he! io have the ;gratification of seeing the lawyer.
.. *". *5 water :street ATTORNEY I AT LAW.
.' ).1. 01; A.uUciiicola.I Fa. fjCJOJicf:: "u. :2 Capt. Shiunon's Kiiitiling, the prize. This eloquence I perceived h.ad! swift irotter, part of independent will ever be pleased the .A blow of the common kioc."

. ror. ol Centre &. Commerce streets. a irvellons: effect upon hnn. He looked stud, which 1 know not ) { provision which places her beyond I "Describe the blow."

,I.' J. C. Allen, nov5 Apalachicola Fla. at me, hut I !shook my head) gravely ; then save. I vicissitudes of trade and connnercr.I .1 am not good' at description." .

ct. aJ-W ".I1Jlehle *nl 1 Retail Dealer in he looked\ at the goose, whose plump heantyproduced ; In this distress, he (' .. mi speak more plainly. A man may 'Show me what kind of a blow it was"
t, i'LSS. 6itliSIIES&c.J:: .-c.Il' II.: E. Owen, such an intense and overpowering imparted to ere his mad i\'e S30.000 with his daughter; that sum .I cannot.
I: "
: also, ATTORNEY: AT LAW elfeci thai he actually began to count hi!> his f'rUle. and his capiii'l', is not of great moment-in a day Yon must

( d .t Zf'ttlrnl; aiwrtment of CHYTO.V, Hubo'ir County Alabama. money. He produced! first a quarter of :. Itl'fd. le told me h* may he lost-:i ship of that worth may he 1 won't."

.. i 't'r 1,i1 I BL t \TKS,STATION Bit Y, &:cc.. April -.>'J. IS 1C. :>-tI dollar ; then a dime ; Inen a rent ; and that who had, a Iuli many !: a friend may 'fail: and Jansh ; the The lawyer appealed to the Court. .
t t I. t ';.l'j.'lJt J c Coinmerc-Apdachicnhtl''Id.tree ",' was all he could show. El>* looked at his eternally racing. more prudently invests that sum i in The Court told the witness that if the
t -: John Bilbo, litil store and sighed au-'iu.: At last. IIP him io rice upon bellies it on his .Iallhtlr. and her counsi-I I insisted upon his showing what kind

.1 1 \ 8. S. IIMi .twley, ATTORNEY AT LAW exclaimed$ as u..ualWf'll., hit or miss I'll of money.. Hc was .- and it yields $1400 I annum for of i blow it was, he must do so.
t oorJl .\ ) JOVlvIHSION MERCHANT, it is handsome, provision against Do insist it ?" asked the wit-
ALBANY, GA. risk il. A"'lo he did and won the ou"l'. his h+irse was ilnn,+'n- ; a you upon
i 3 :'0. 2S Water ___ ApiUchicola; Fa. WILL and reduced to feel n reverse of fortune, .I do said the lawyer.
Western Circuit and Thomas Charles going to New York and' entering a.. blinff, he was ;;lIil1 to never ,
,'very & Jones, Stewart counties counting-house, and I 10 Yale io finish capital to begin I her husband having; no pressure of \VeU, then, since you compel) me to

! eft oc ERS & C.I: \H'3S10SfEIlCHASTS., Aa;. 5, 191:>>. 31-tf my education. During the interval that look upon me the or care on that !xuhject. attends lightly} ) show, it was this kind of a blow !" and at the

-' we were thus separated, I heard frequently pointed I out to him the : happily to his concerns. Every mar same time suiting the action to the .word,

Apalachicola Fa. LUMBER INSPECTOR.-The undersigned of him. His rage for risking money on tended to pursue and man when he i is able, should make that knocked over the astonished disciple of Cakes
Inspector ol Lumber ion for his wife if he loves her and i Littleton.
: Edward ) appointed chance seemed to prow every day. He apanst 1 him on the road ; ; upon
: IcCulljr< for Ihe County of Franklin offer his services t to thinking man, he will do so. IMB B M *
IL s certainly did not exactly gamble, but he him to sell his horse, prudent .
.! 10\ 'MERCHANT: AND DEALEROOODS the publican that capacity and will attend to all Reason aHe who dreads the
a judicious giving to
light peoples
bay AND GROCERIES came within an ace of it, as will be seen seeds of the sale, and i rptecliln. .nt
No. M Water street. duties appertaining to CORNELIUS!said appointment.GRADY. from the following. A parcel of young lend hint to go to SO )', will :pave rle way for many .advantages like i man who builds a bouse w.diouiwioeows
I t Det S Apalachicoh Fa. fa.rch22, 1S15: meo fivo io number, made a wager with enter as clerk io a hfe. have already dwelt upon for fear of ligtniog. !

1 .
< ,

I Lf r
.. ..- .
".- j ..' .." .



__. r. ____, ___ ... :. ...<, .0. url I I, '11.L. {
p. .



T ... ---' -- I






- '0
-:=.=.::---,--- ,-- -- The N York
= :: --------- o:? ew SMpping'Cc;: '
--- -----
-r ..! :.a. __ ._ ___ ." -. -.... for the week are 20,710 bales iocludiug, UO I lERCIAL ADVERTISER. mtTcial Lilt publishes its aDnoa1 '
the on
Europe" Stat s have increased .)ostage palers 22d 40 stemmed Slaten1elltof
DIPOltTANT DISCOVERY. Later from I 190 Sea Island at 13& a ;
A Canada -
from tbe Boston steamers 10 the Cotton Crop, from wbich
The last number of Howitl' Journal can.tains ARRIVAL OF THE FRENCH 8TEAMER passing of which orders have do.6 a 10d.; 2.980 Up1and 6& a 71 ; 9.460Grlean SATURDAY, OCT. 6, 1M7. we tltratt IJ
.. in The condensed
an cc"unt of the new and important UNIO .U consequence General Post Office 6 a 9 ; 3.200 lobi1e fl& a 7i. the following statement :
issuell from the
Union. urrived at beeD bale Of the sa1es 1.ffoo .- -
of Ouid together The French .steamer the imports were 26,269 authlrizedAent8 CROP.
discoery a disinfecting here to add ooe half penoy in prepaying (JjThe followiog gentlemen are
Surat are on specularion. 1
with the reports of commissioners who were New York on the morning of the 16tb inst. papers from this country to Canada.IRELAND. American. and 300 for exportatiou.We ; for the CO\UIEIlCfAL; ADVF.RTJSEIl,and will 18-16. 18n.NI'V .
the Eng1ish Govelnment to her which and 1.680 American subscriptions. or advertisemeots Orleaos..I.037.1.a.&
appointed by or and receipt for
Thr.se are lJublished by or.der For tbe sumtnary news by have again to write tbe market dut! receive Mobill'. ...... ............ 421.966 705.97J 323

test it. reports "ill be found below. we are iOlleb'cd' mainly I do not find much of eneral interest and lifeless but prices steady aDl.1 unyielding :- Floridd... ... .... .... .... 141.18.& J%
of t1Je House of Common,. ItVas Advertiser Ireland. There have bcen sEVeral recent and this applies WM. ,V. CIIF.EVER, 'Esq., Albany, Ga.Mitior Tt'xas.... ................ 17.008 52
discovered by B French chemist, and its 1 1"onlle'rful 10 tbe Nc\. York Comm.ercial from in attempting to at last week's currency. JACK UARD\IAN.l; ufiiula.Ala. Grorgia ..... ... .. .... .. 19".911 S.sn

the 31st of piracies on tbe coast all ......_ .... .781
efr cts are certified to bya commiu10ner The Unio", left Cherbourg on to desoriptions. -- :::5oulh Carollna. 251.-106. 350
the .rench Government. second rob corn laden veasels. A few days ago The Committee's qun'atlons' to ()ay for Oll PRESIDENT, NMth Carolina...... ...... 10.637 .'
and 6
appointed by August, and bringl! 70 cabin 150 oue hundred and fifty men in hoats attempted fair COllon are-bowed. 71d ; l\Iobile, 7d ; Vtrgmia .... ... ......... 13 1 1

.of by the certificate different:. of hospitals sutgeons in and Paris.physi.ciaos and cabin passengers.By to board:1 weisel, but were driven off A, and, Orleaos. 7J.Jfm.. Botber "" Son, ZACIIARY 'T A YL"OR.or Received .overland.... .... 3,000'h 1

Ihelinister of \Var.Ve have room tbis nrrivll we have Paris p-lpers to with some killed and olhers wounded. Brokerl. Total.....'.. ..... .-... .tOlI.537 1 .,..,.._ (
by ......ta.. bnarded off Achillhead. and ",....I
nnl.. for. the. follo\vinz, .. extracts in relation to the 30th of AU2ust, London letter8 from our .." "' .u... -- ----- the steamer Britaunln. : The following'are the rellirns of tl1e 1..778.6.,1
.the act plundering. of tile I IA '
J I "v'bile in Arrival ;
its effects. from the N. Y. Evening 1>05t ; ofdestro'in correspomeut) to tbe 28th. :and Liverpool1o D her carne up, 'fired, kifJed one 'man and WEEK LATER FROM EUROPE.Tbe election in this county. ifhe Democratic Decrl'ale!! this'year .... .... 321.8S6 ,

A Ouitl which nosiotl possesses has the been property discover- the 271h of August. took five prisoners. steamship Britannia, 'Whicb sailed 'majority in the county is twenty.five-Iast EXPORT!.
!: gRsses
him The London papers meution the failure FRANCE.MURDER. tbe 4th iost., arrived at 'e1even-gain fourteen : 1846. 18-17,
.relJch chemist. and phtced by year
ell b t Liverpool on
) a 1 1throu fur from .... ....
severa1 -
& Co. and I eS5rs.Voodley. AND SUlCID'E.-Paris, 'To Gr a 1.1 .36.C) 830
h the iostrumentatity 01In energetic.i4lHll1atriotic of Cilstellian, Sons : 'of excitement. Boston on Sunday morning ; The news FOR. SE'iATOR.JJtigs. Fr.tnce ..... .... .... 359.103
tho elisposa1'flf '! L'on &: Finney, 'ef days has been in a state great Democrats.V. ... .. 231"
En Hshman. at \ of London ; of tbe Ducbessof her is a week later tban by the North of Eu rope. 86,69"2 7s'1!

Iht''! n.1ish! Government.has been namell.'fhii"! disin.feclin20nill is iu.t'xpen .. Liverpool ; A Dickson &: Co., of Betfast, Praslin.. caused by by her the husband mur er, Doil tbe subsequent -. 'Frencb received steamer.Ve by 'Coppy the following \ G. 1\1. DaVis-64. R. J. Floyd9G.'Thomas Other foreIgn porta.... .. 118.02:3: -9:

31 it \bose liabilities A. T. Bcnnett-2. ... .... .... -
i e. Foimpte ot application. and with.ut and 8 house of standing, suir.ide of the Duke. from the 'New Y rk Herald : Ormau-9. .1.666.i9'2 1,2-1,22:!
-, : ollor of its own. It dcstro's Ihe.l.r' are esrimatel) at 40.000.Amon The Duchess \Vas :I daughter of Amont the one hundred anti ten paS'S lTgeri FOR ASSEltiL1'MA='. Showing a de'crrase of 271.460 bates to
tny of COI.ft ':"": !II J..nn.rnl...... ... woman., motber -- U!<
.. '"1''' Hf at! snbsl tIICC arimal or other large failures. is that DO1essl U I".O.", oa the--ehJist- 'being- 'p-- 'the only one in her. is Gen. Armstrong, 'the American JaB. F. Farrior-76. 'Peter HobartDI.FOR. Great Britain ; IIB,217 to I..rance. 11.003to

-' ''' '' 'f ..H .., f} of .lpr'lImpositlon.- person than the Governorof tbe Bank nine children, Piedmontese gentlemari, S ERIF'F. North of. Europe, and 2-1,900 to other
.. l.Ii married, to a rico Consul at Liverpo01. '
..,, of hoo1litlI alt ec-
;1 .i. ; I.: ;: John total decrease
ape-70. making
second dal1gntP.rh.ft
of Eng1and. residing at Turin. The Great Britain was succesfultyfloated John Locas-90. foriegn ports. in the
.,,, I U f corlmtrs an. The steamer
\.1" \1IIJect
; -
,;,1-Si"0: ,, : :1\' ,1'1Y P;} t UIOl'tCII1 c'3Ir ination, Flour had rallr.n to less than one 'balf ts Paris tile day before the muriJer'to vis to jo'inber Geneva. off on the nigbt of the 27tb 'ult. FOR C'LER1t CIRCUIT COURT. year ending September 1. 425.570 bales.

;.1 '.:'. ., ,: ,f"; IHf'\'nCc I.... IPIill n":1: perfectly price a few weeks a o. grandfather.The others who were was at on Paris.a 1t :Ip- and arrived at Liverpool on the 30th.'l'be William Valleau-B!). The quantity taken for home ose duriDg

:itOlft..lsiYc. ponton:; of !(fUHan remains The London correspondent 01 the Com.mcrcial that the overness. a'very accompHsh- wreck of the barque Canton. of fl ull, I Samuel J. Bryan-73. the year amounted to 427.967 bales. beiD

pu.tint1 Gf nil1lat l'l'main! .} fi..h. or VP Cht" 27th uh. : pears dismiss d COLLECTOR.Be 4,900 bales more than last
the by
sl'arccl to retain.. writing on says I ed woman. had recently been with the loss of 300 emigrants, is reported _trAX ASSESSOR. A'iD ypar.

matr-r! : :S ) l'ttri.J 110'; b lIised.b1 On londay the bouse of H.CasteIHan&Co. the Ducbess 'for sufficient cause, :rnd had the west 'coast ofI j. tucas--76.' P.V.. Cullen-74. The quantity of new Cullon recei'ed atthp.
their form j;allit'ierfrt,, tn teco scbool in to have taken place upon
\' !J\.. it heen"c"wl'e.1 tlJ their natural suspended pa'meut.T ,:tonp. to reside in n large boardtug Scotbnd. J. F. Potts-15. Shipping 'porls up to the ht. int.

o. or. i ht oil. arrirCll ;Il Ihat most E GRE.\T BRITAIN.-lt is reportell Paris, as a teacber..and' Duchess :had been 'for I The Bri ish lslands 'have, within the'Irs't :COUNTY cOl\UnSSIONERI.!: mo''lire (0 1.121 bales. againsr abDui 200
The Duke
poisf1:1uuipitch of stench "hieh it emits that the attempt to get Ibis vessel oft' bas time at Bavre. and retarned the day as. been visited by a succession 1'. !'t. Ilntcbinson-50. R. G. Porter134.J3S. bales last yei1r.
some week ten
'whp'11 :: ruu:1J1.\tcJ deprived fur of years all smetl in c; (>that s.poolt.which isIj' again failed, and that the 1)foject 'sto be previous to the murder. It is said tha't t11e of or disasterous hurricanes. which have )'). Roan134.H. C'RO\VTR.
nc.lt1y Duke his arriVil1 itt Paris called to seo F. Simmons92.'C. Total Crop 1821-S, 712:000: '1Sr.-S. ...1
onl be abandoned.On on the shipping.A 1.<<
-:1 r Iins: bl" n Sl) Iriftitl as ) to ptrptihle lale before he went to iusowo caused inca1culable damage to 1823-9. .... .... 7.1U.\ l J. 9. ...I.:6CJ53: :!

\ hy ,'ery close ohsrrvlIiun. Cesst"I. the 29th A\1 ust the London Money their governess This wal known 10 the smart engagement look place 00 tbe15th Grady92.Scattering3. 18'29-30. .... .... m-6.8.t5 J9: .U. ..2J11

... into which :t certain p"rtion (If this market was c3sier. The liabilities oflI'estft's.I residence. the conse. R. B. Goodeu..50.FOR. l ::1W-I. .... .... 1.r08. 1i: 11 ltj'I .1.f-.j,9.l.j::
words were 'of Hope. .
hil\'e beel1 emptied in Ducbess, and high of J unc, itt the Cape 1 1-!.. ..... .'. 1.-I71 : n- 1.1} 3,5HIM3"
t1ui:1: has been poured. an.1 I Ituhinson of whom the Scnior partner isI io the evening.On small of British troopll and CORO'ER.V. !- ..'. .'. .. ... I.lr.Jt.t: : I ,t -; .m $j3l
() day. 3thl the contents caftell taW"). ( quence 18th inst. 'between. between a party ; .'. .., 11"t. ,
pen t'Jf the Dank of England, \Vere erc105.000. the morning of the G.V.. JJ: "" 1.2'9.H --1. .Wo.-11.8
neither the men employell. the people Cf the GO\'tflor. the waiting maid was :m oVe1'wl1f 1m 'ng nambcr of Kafirs. in which \ T. Devaughn-57. Kennedy.82.JUSTICES 1 34-d-. .. J'.2j.t.;..ji I'iH-5. .: l

nei hborhooJ through which it pas ,I. have I :five and six o'clock. and instantly suffered a defeat.It3ty OF TIll': PE.\Ct:. 18:1.3-6. ..- ..... .:; ; !; t.>:- ,2,1I 1.53:
bell tbe former .
28th, a\vi\kened by her lady's 1 1......... l..t22.Jo 13-:6.7. .. .1.:1,951
indecil (except Timcs or August :
haJ any canse tn comptain. or The LonJon proceeded 'to her apartmenl, the door of still remains in a state of ferment.1'he C. J. ShC'pard--58. Nalhan Baker114.A. .
whose attention was tJr"wn to the -
those 'fhos. E. Gray91.caltering21.
S'I'S; which was locked from within. town of Forrara has been inveRted by SETLI \VANTEO-L.\D GIVU'toTIJE31.The
of Ihe prnceedin"q. -
matter) heve been conscious business transact. and receiving no auswer.I. .

... _.. The_ ni"ht.men., whuse ucclJl\lion. i 'l'here wts searr.cly any the ta l, ...After.__ c&lIing..... .. other the Ansrrian troops, and a declaration of war 'St'atp of Arkansas inilC's emi.grant" .
--- n-on ...I. :..... ,......_. ._.nrn. m"rket...___ n toav.. but : "n"nc.v.... ::. Q-.lP.- -.alled----- serUUI -
tlsuall} o disgusting :11111 dangl'ruus as 10 be "ofrecurtlin' u failures still co tinues. the parties vants and 1I1I1t;broke J open the door. and found seemed unavoidabte on Ihe part of the Pope. I TilE ELECTIO 10 COllie itnel 'tal.'e Jind whir.h haTebe'elJ

most pamfnl contemplall", have woraderful expresselltlf r .- announced- morninJ; bein Messrs.V. the Duchess in the agonies of dt-ath. having FINANCIAL INTI'LLIGE: CE.-1t will be.gralifyin The resulr of the eleclion. thongJ not fOffeitt1li (or taxes. 3 nil no J13melll.

ir astonishlnent at this and \Voodley.. 'rhe liabilities are received wounds some from apoignard to know. that the drarts of Prime, ) .
disinfected. tltis matedal be. \ seven equal'to our expectations, is at leas't rati.'fying will be rpqulr'Pl rOT .h'em. Th. AueliIM.ulInn .
lief. Thus is understood that the as. from oth instruments. of which WlS onV
cl90.000, and it and some r \Vard c5l; Co.. acceplilnce
a valuable Inanure. II is said o p.re. 1le Overetld. to us in one rl'sl'rct. The most stupendous pHII.r of st'III'nu"nt. \ 'ill mitLe a d.'rd-.
comes considerable 1
sur.pi refused
ield bro'ught by
further sets :are ccrt lin to it The alarm in tile house soon \ e ne lIay definitely
vent the elisease, but we require 1tJdseparale honored mad def.at which flcell the Supreme Courl of the
pot3to that be u s. Duke ioto his wife'tJ apartment, (they : Gurney & Co., were on 'l'hursday efforts were 10 usafilthy.
before can
time anJ experience from These chiefty consist of Amcrican corn apartments for some time.) and hI' by th&t rm, in consequf>'nce of the intHpOsitio'n libellous publicalion was eilahlished.whrch Slate ha:4 elecie1l'd will be vali.J. 1'11(. for.'

:ascertined.. 'fhere is no douht Sf'cr.al and taking the corn at 40s.vhich( onthe dead botly i but from the fnends of Prime.V lrd & CoNotwilhstaudin -.
about its beiAg1tigh1y and flour, threw himself of lJel'ame Ihe receptacle of all the 'ratl4 cOJTIpri t" SCHue of tht tiD !.
observations. however. is nomi a1ly at 47s. to 48.) and and other 'Circumslances be was that thp. funds havc cnntinued .
in at prf'sent his manner which enemies in 11a aflll now i Ile: rhafltefora
gencra1milch personal IHIII tat
fertili in to vegetalioo billet' feelinls
unmixed tbe flour. at 20s. (which is now at 26t! ) anexccess suspected by 'the o11'icers of juslice who had tolerC'lhly' stealy Plince the clep.Hturt'of :

more so than the ni ht.soil action of 15.000. it is alleged. wouH still come iDe and was not permilled to depart, the last stealfter. a fearfu1 .,ressure hils I huJ harboyecl. and only waited for an occasion cheap hom( or a p'C'ulat l.n. Tht LI1tI
the- chemical
with tkis fluid. ber.ause and destroy remain after raying :\11 parties.A nor was anyone allowed to le'ave the pre.mises been felt in the money market t.lreply atft"ct.in lu vent. Attacks of the coarspst anti Roc,," (Ark.) Bannrr offitP ha Ju t 1 Ii'dt
is 10 fix a.11.that is nntriti"e.hurtful life and off n.sive fe\V months bade. Mr.V oodley wa Ulati! the chief of the police had arrh'ed. if not entirely pUi'llysin' e'v-ery bi'anchof 'most unjust cha'ractcrVCfe madf> upon us.h : voluml" of 75 oclavo Jla c-l. .."" : J

all that is It ooce of smdl.In .to about tt) retire from busin'ess with an ample The Duke b ing a peer of France trade and manufactures. Tbi lislres'ing! was contillenlly proclaimed that the list of il1Ithe lands which the latP Cdn':...
to sense tbe difficulties of the household. it relaxed circulat 't'ln. has
afTonled will fonnoe. present and it member of t1H Kin2's state of monetary
!idnus, also, the relief bA iDi firm are attributed 10 the circmstance of an was a maner of doubt whether he cou1d beca..nl heeR followt'd by spvcri\l h'p.avy f.ilores.muW \Vhig-s 'Of the enunty "ould oot liell, usIhei'r nate. aDlltlre laws relatilll: th..rtlu.u. .

1\1. "Irrlor.:- inarv. A sick room may n'l wnn.. was sent to America to make In nrison. b t two .police officcrs were of. whicb., from the 'tha\"a'tter anll'J s'up ortnd that tl..e t.'n who set
-- "n -
i ;e ; of hV or three minutes, perfectly 1.-,1 exceeded his instructions.Ve k 'i \\I th'amber. "'-'- tbe houl hav i\d the Most I mcJhOIlPs'ty' S. SC R. O\-K.\tlV-t-'t"I!' U, ,
of small quantityof purcha having -p-t s position s. spr hirt1setf up as the pant on of 'virtue ;
purified by the use \ bave atso from Liverpool the report On Salurday morning \ e was 'removed toa alarm amoog the whole tr'3dil'l 'comlmrnitY.17hatevu wunld r'eive schr. On-ka-hy.p.. h\'f t e1.' t.- III P IIS3'cola.
to the mirror of truth.
this fluid, and all tbat was disagreeilble ofsingu1ar of two t"ai'ures-Messrs.' J. & F. Neal & prison in the pa1ace of Luxemhourt:. in \\ may he the ilOmellialc c nse : arrived at pw ll.ri.. ..n llllr IIaJm'uoin

the senses before rcpfacecJ'fhe crowded by il wards sense ofhospita1:1 Co. and \V. Rowelt &: Co. Both firms such a state of proshation that it was found which hi\'vp. produced this state 'of thines.thl' \ Imgf> numher ofYhi voles. Th rpoutha !.:. Passf"J )I lI hll.mal) CI.a Wad.I .

freshness. trad but the 1iabilities in him Itom has not es.tapel! ils' prov'n.Hlat the of elI:' ('n"luie..
were in corn to .his room.1I llank of ngt\nd: power
have been not only purili lI. but necesAary carry I elell. afler an iHnes of fife .Ia)1>. Ih J 00 Ihl!
: smell atIn bas each instan-ce are be'i' ved to b small. the carriage. This r lIIov:11 of the Du1"to share ()f blamf>, amI there will be it Jtenpri\1; Ilo'(> lI'Ot eqnnl their mali'ce. 'fll.m OrlIIan. -

the creation of any it.ffensive In thinking of a The London Standard of tb'e 4tb says'fhe prison was ordered hy the Cham\et\ of isp" r of ilmendrUp.flt unti1 n ,lisl I"yt a.pif1 the ..'pros n \\Ii .t'\nlid'llt', r'ccj'11'he 30h .A ug'.

been prevented by accounts from l'hrk-Iane this morning Peers, which had been summoned in.rnet1iately \ of ,,"tHo've I liberamy ao.l a' calO- .
number of suffcrers whose proximity in totlbhillIJ:: lar 'e num }Pr f Sirl Tillrrl1)E t1C.Our'ir .
are of a most unfavorable description.- afler the act of munler Ilectml'knCwn d.'Ofh.
state of sickness anI) prostration necessarily atIditionalsuffering Another house of respe-ctability in tIre corn to the King. It is said Ihat when it The 1i.\bt1 aiei of the defauhin honse3 vnteswo nf which W'eft' D' l'nOC'f<4li('. \ s a\l\ oltr real'ltrs I..nlllby Ihi'limp.

renders each a CC'luse' of offen-e and this trade has he f} obliged to suspend paym nt. was announced at the Palace the Queen Lundon e"cl"eI1two million! tt'IlinJ!. whHein Seven \Vhi s "Clted ilcainst liS. Ttul) the h h'e'en IM'siu! :: thrutJ h a SP.Hn..1r.1:
to all. the blessiug neVu staled to be about t50.000. .- afterward in h'Sterics fur D' btin. B'elfast, -a ft'arfut nrcJ 'II. 'fhp rava t's Clflhe d -
. u___ ,, .. _..__..,.. ,.t...:.". n..rinn....... .. of. their._ cala.pO1'CI' The 1iabilitielS are fainted and was litnch ster. Glasgow, .. spirit ami vigor 'of the w\r hag nut come hitve brro"isitII.
IU I"a.a: :; & nnmity some time.. Notwithstanding it wa gt'ner- Cork and Limtrick, um rous large houses I'. Iructive tp d..mic. which we

is very strikingl The effect of thi! awfut depression in the ally supposed the Duke would make an at. are irretrievahly gune.In up to t.he ioflY soundin phrase of the man- : wt'le "t Clile time indee&l alI..IIiu. :,

But there is a more import anI of conseuence alltht"1asses corn market must be most serious. In itd.elition tempt on his life. he got possetsioti of some Liverl' ol. we have to notice the slap;, I. ifeiloV! (' shall say no more t prpsf-llt But. Ihan" 1' ilial Protil'ence whh'h U lIN

{ involved. 'fhe generator to the numerous failures which bave drug which he iwalluwpd i the fact wa soon page of the hougrs of Lyun & Finney. of thMe who took p\rt;\ in Iht" persollal h05ilililif our d"! linit's. bfa'en iTlJ tt"rfins.: bUI illwat

of iofec..pus. di eitse Ihe poison of already occured. others will itlmost cerrainlyfol1ow discoved anll methucls were :&lloptt'.lto connteract and Kirkpttrick & Co.. whose liahllities are >s t"a't wprevIgl'11: arainst; 'U hut ill ;, \\ :!Ie and merciful. ttfeI..d) "a breD iutn.tol

,hich. arising fr m the decomposition lor it is hardly possilJe for the most th effects of the poison. These had stated respectively ilt ..t60.00U ; in additiunA :d 'ee "ippf'd nf it ,,""fr. AI DO'
,oimal and veetable; nntter, becomcs dirtJsed prullent factor to es'cape from the conse.quences the desired effect for a time, hut the unfor.tunale \ which. many houses of lessl"r note have proper timp. nOtl we hope in a prop"r man- lime th'e tlll1t"SI h"
io the atmosphere, and, b ins inhaled oi the bankruptc) of those with man d ed on '{'ue di1Y the 2'lh.'l'he e1edare their incapacity to continue. I ntr. we shall deal with ltaf-m ;'ts th..y merit. tit,. de..ulaI lH1 arn\1r..I1J ; bllt nnw. ..hbou bIhe

)to the lungs. causes thilt dreadful 5cour e, whom he has been dealing.I. dealh of tbe D ke relieves the Among the manufafturers, Ihe dltl cultynf They have sonht: to point nUl ,hp tholt" ini puisun il fat "rmll bt'''',:: t'relllcal"cJ. .

._.v..r...... ill._ npnfral__.._ _zed.__. is__ actuallv this destroyell uid.'l'hc by &.. ill. ,_.nrrpnllv_. _..n reoorted_ that the d rectors Chamber of Pl'prs of the painful triallhat nhrUllinJ--..-....-- monev n J has been felt. wit" peeu.n i our eve-let.. them up-ware lest weeXI''Ol''' :\ all... brt'al h frepr," an'lllj1.. )lU; OU Ilr iJ.!

he chemica1 action of ical ..It.ondantsiare of the auk of EnglID,1 are about to make was to be brought btfore! it ; bnt the manner liar severity. and several hlrge mill have i ibetn beam in theirs.Vhen :lilt) wilh OCl&l rp'c)1I t' Ih\( the CII'IIS lItollt'

an er to which the nurses and me a re uction in their rates of inlerest.Ind to of his c1eath has produced many remarks compel1ec1 IC stop. \Vere the evil IJilsed. NOlwilh t.IfIlIi\ It IS our

perpet lully uposed.Ind which, make advances on i<:xchpquer bills Ind a ainst thojc: in aUlhority. Indeed helieved 10 have reached ibJ climax, the \ we enlerell upon tl1l" ('anva> s weex hapl'illt'ss to m'lt.p this all"'HI cem' IIO'Ilay.

) the prescnt bad form of fever prevailing other securities :rt fivc IU'r cent. This the Parts correspClndent of the Lonunn'fimes san uine might indulge in somethin like pecled sn cce s. \V c hall '("(' t lap )'t't Wf> tel'l e'lIn 'tr illf'11 to r"IJtd, lbea.t'i"

) so great an extent, has bcp.n particularly would afford immediate relief to at most says that it was the wish of some feturnin cunfi.lence. But white improvement I a5isnrance of :, large> numhpr of D'mocraticVlltPS. ... which is i\'P" hy aJ: Clur l.h} lrlill\i:

da1. witt now be averted. AUI} it appears of trade for itmu t be remembered that the lragel1y should remote, dreper II' spair I hlt rf' llelits IIltW :,bSt"I.I. ilUtI tolr.w!!'!!
branch ; 'bi h uutllOrily' seems III
that every It) withonl which \\Il" kntw wt' ('nil tu.tbl'
-om the experience at ready acquired. that the exi4tin scarcity of mono eod. the p1ace or contin-\\ shunlel elela) vi itill lilt. ('il) fIIlll" f,
thus to
ues usurp
most beneficial effect is produced on the ofIe ey and w3nt of hmkin accommodation Both the Duke and Duchess had lar efortunes. TIlE IARKETS. 1 1LtVERPOOL. '! el..ct..l1. Had nOI Col. R. J. Flo,1 havt'hpen !'Shall have" SCiltlt'rt'cl-wnahilillt"cI tbe 11I')1''.

atients themselves by this purificatiou from want of confidence. a friend to the downw.anl I our opponent. w(' are assnrell.lloW that lenl.t".
ari"es in a rpat lU asure The latter was Sept. 4.-A cralillal .
air arounll them.Ve should naturatly which a Il"cluction of the Bank's and di tressed of every kind. Among i perceptihl in the corn thE! ..Iection is ovpr. that we shoulll have. nhtailled Th.Vt'ather has "; (!'Ira nun:.
I tendency
ave expected this, and it proved so. Aver much No alter.ration. poor book are I""r uf ca's past. find tli.. ev..eliu!! art' beau.trllitn
himself ofver. rates wou"l do to restore. the entries in her memorandum market, with little hupes of reanimation.A them. The moment his name "as
source his
iD it
patient becomes however, was annouced after the thest-" One hundred fra.cs: iven to Mrs.T. however to he done 10 a IIf'gn'p heerin; de cril'lIo\l.
the exhalalions ivel) ofT from large busineslJ. announced as a canelillalc we f lt it wai use" Ihtin
All h..lauhl nie-ht
4lizt" in a.
ancl the subslitute fur her hard IIJ n'< fJ
the .
of court yesterch .
meetiug } to assist in obtaining a and flour. but at dechnill rales.mainlI
in- wheat
hile he
m lre dangerous to life ; andY for Ihe remain Mattered. R. whose wife was re"pllllv both It's! fur U9..tcohtcntJ a ainst his p pulanryi :. plendor :Jrtdlovthne5san
rates present 50f. sellt to supplies, ..
..1....... ,.I'm......... .hp. ill. t>nnlinllatlv takin,!! fresh son ; influenced by large hu.h "..llialivritt'rs'" 1"vt" f'lirr cf.. cribe'!.
'" ---------J has him.y '1'he harvest is nearly in in almost every confined.- 1.'he: cler-yl11en. with ).,n.n... ..nl'_' Inrp.i".__ _, n. i wilh his p rty ; ilS'e expected. he eli.1 \\ -
Jses of the poison that prostrated accounts conlinue most ---J her almo. .v. n' I t h,1 poison I urks in the atltlosphl'rr. nUl"it
and the
were cobld have
the poison a womJt'rflJ1 as- direction. whom she was acquainted The home harvest is lookel1 p IiU what no othpr man in the couhty

annihilaling the in curinim. cheering. I have no recollection of a season ners.'rbe. secure, and the crops elJerally considered : clone-he rallied the people of his part) to is. f lone
is to physician ... tli. clr
givln of de.Hh
stance and of such The ,
of such universal crops, exct'J1eut has been arresteiJ ; a large anll other pruduce is'Dot a regate
hils been ) governess to be a full averagt'. eh :1111)) inasmuch .
Hitb..rto this tffect prmuc.d of grain.LONDON. "ith this woman has been his support. He has b.eo : ctecl. weak froni Satufllay II ICU II lilt:. rh..I
quaJjty in or supply.COTToN.Sea
correspondence eilher quality
"ell.reJulated deficient, .
.. as far as p'1ssibte by ventil..tion in itll in cabinet in the Duke's apartment. Island ordinary 10 middling. as he has pleJgtd himself to c3rry iust., h\s IJ'een 201. of which H) "." IIII
the 28th 1846.Mos'l' found a i
hospitals .
!; sic,," monas ani the Reforme, fair. lout 'elluw re\'u. 'fhe corre :! fi1I1fjuf
Four of the Paris journa1s. 10 a 13d per pound ; fair to good the satne views and measures. the esof )
.. lluid IUP. it much more co.nptetely.entllti. REMARKABLE RUN.-The packet \veek 2-19 :10&1 161-
.w i the prt'Cellin wer
Gazette de France, Union Monarchique. 18d to fine. 20 a 2-td ; siained which the law of tht lanll.
rid of the good !
the 15 a ;
., c1i1utes. this Jet\ which left Boston on sislrr cil1I
1t1l1y Hibernia
: shil) Ch-lrivBri bave been seized for'having 1011 bowel U orgia I The repurt of intl'rn\pnts in our
1." ., :, i', '.J m"4t crowled and ill.'enti.It's. 16th in the 3fternoon arriwed at Liverpo01sume and remarks the various from sAd to ; led us to dpsile a seat in the Legislature.we I ilr.lye"e. ha been irrp2ularly rt'cei'tJ 1&.1week.

... .;.. .... fint'll with ctSP:! of dysente.y time last ni ht, Rnd 1 have now before puLlished of the some Duchess.strong anr! conn cted pon that ordinary to fine, 6! a Bd ;8d l\1ohilp.Alabama. ordinary and have a right to be satisfied-and we are and the deHhs iht'ie atecol1StqoearlJnof
murder 6J a 61 a ; .
CHi I'd'er. III tlt! .heulful furm now prevail- Ihe I ondon Hera1d of this morning con.tainin to middling inlo this esHhe.\ 'fbC' Ilra
me event with the general cori'uplion of socictyio ordinalY to middlio 6 a 61d ; every way satisfied with the result of the brought
sufficient Tennessee,
It,. heeu found columns of extracts from the illlJrbttJ.
!U In Irelmll, t :; two N. Orleans of Ihelt plac hits reaaly )
France. fair. quotations ; election.Ve believe that his election isI
the fair
han roun" Hibernia bad to good > rl':
10 wave IU thl' .lIr 10 reference to 6! a 7id a ;
) in the fluid, Halifax. ordinar)' to middling. ; more r grelted by some of the leader3 of lilr.o
Siltnrtlel .
tJd pieet uf !Inen run of only nme days it must have been done 2iveu to th epiJrmir in eilhrr CII
:lotJ the 51h: of 'he Imo p ere. has been Her hjesty is hunting in th Hig1andsof after Ihe murderer had left the room. 'fhere good to fine, 8! :r which Btd. unfortuuately still I his owo party tban it Is by u His independence absentees shuilld retnnt. or sha"J!..,. hIL '

from ,.ne so noxiotiS Prioce Alb rt and ,a lot ofItn The pressure Ih.. 're.ti .
few minnie (
eJ ill Scotland \\ge
chtn must have been a great stru gle be ween 'IIit in Ihe money market. has Inaleriallyffe a thorn in their sides. cume it DonJ: I1S. rel'l"a!

..8 10 he hi hly dangerous .to all. those,,. I U ,_. '__.nrJI n_ __ Bnd.n fine Ladies. A hundred the Duchess aDd the assassin. as she retained ";' !! th tions of manufacturers.prodncing To tbose of the people "ho ave us their n that il is dau erous 10 IIn .
whose cluty called th ,n into Ihe dfealJlU. years since it would not bae been so safe bair in ber band when first l" oper and [N. O. Picayulle. 2fj::., J:.
to spe.ulate.
some a disinclination io fac of the of
service of I.Jreathiq it. into one of perfect for the members of the Brunswick famHy toi One account support storm opposition
found by the servants. decided curtailment f the tonsulhptionof CE.T CSrtcuse
and while the lutTeringpatient. a which we encountered. "I" retUrn our A REl\I\RK.\BLJo; COI'iCJDE
t\afety purit) ; hunt there.By have ben while the ained
.. i that the bell must rung Prices are. however, mai t -
collon. rin
declared thel1'liclvu to lie I the return oflbe Gazette of this even- Duke was completing bis horrid purpose with remarkable firmness and iI fair amount thanks. To the mechanics and working Star ivps curn-DC'y to Ihe full

heaven." I IA I in Au 27, tlae movement of the tbe Bank 21st2iVts orSn and that the servant, perceivin2 that it was of business has been done. 1t must men. "ho supported our popular opponent.we ::. which if lrue. i't onl''! of thPlDoiilltmarkilble

I.UUlHD1'umt1'C.Neer .- lancl for the week ending'compareJ with daylight. put 00 her clothes before auswer- not\Yitht'tandiug be confessed that business also are grIteful for Ihe I..ind feelings coincilences thar ha come and!!
Ih'rT' Y OU G Ihe folllJwing cbanges tbe
TO : thus eoabling murderer manufacturing
Ihe in
tell )'our own ;lfTair. toO allY old os.aiping Ihe wt-tk endiDg 00 the 14th Aug.In inK summODS i wear.. a gloomy aspect of reaction until which they exhiLited to us-we do not nnller lIur eye lor lUany it d.y1 : _,

.." r tiOspeciousso of issue the uoles iocireulation to escape. districts, with little promise \ htl,," up"
housewife. Let her apl"lmr the department SPAIN.Tbe oblainable.WEALTH.like blame their attachmcnt to their tried friend \ f" give I ht> facts Slill"l)
sincere-ill candid-be ure .had decreased ct33,510, wblch mODey become more the h.t lunush anolJtlcbrit'f
of Spain and her husband which deprive.] us of their vottS. Be de. 'Hatlu.riIY. Thr'y
avoid beT, und ke2p own secn ts ; ftJrtbe heen proJnced bythedecrease of 315i3 ,- QueeD at'Knaresborou 11011 illlIl.r chnl't..r 10 llaP hiilurJI
your had than weU :
tflrms. if possible. ever.He tbe dropping served all that they have done for him. anal
only reason she has for Iryinr:; iuto your.lIecretsfor of 0Jt) eoit; or gold bullion, and offl.937 are on worse he sllelll"l1 dPIHl"'t of 1r.r rt! hf.to .
refuses, it is said. to see ber tor four.. h, has the most pelrifyingproperties. he be successful in Se tlors"
carryinlt .
insinuatin h rself inlo your of silver btlui n.On deadens we hope may AnCm th.. immnrlal st'Yt'nltrR

confidencr.. i. to learn some error or tlef.rmity < Ibl" debit side of Jhe bankin/lt/ department months-which should think. so much in It hardens the heart, it out the measures for their benefit. w ichwe uf 1823. 8ilafV rihl; ;lnll HeJ.
the ain to both parties, unti1 they can meet theatfeetions, it narrowS the ympathies, Dt'
existing in your family. on wbicJl shl" Ihe rest had incrtas d I6.995. of benevolence. it proposed, and he declared IJimself iu Rcdtiel&l ,tere ton4pil'uIIUl. For

may feast in .eer t delight fur a luxuriant public deosites) had increaj.d rt472.53: better temper. it chills the wum and current barriers between favor of.TilE 30 ,....ts past I h..y have nut olily beeD.Jpolatical J
PORTUGAL. artificia1 unnecessary
and tben share of her cianicest had decreased raises of ptlintimacy.
moment. .ume the privttft: or other deposi'es and the afituentbetwet"n friends. but 00 terms r

bits \itb her neighbou, Treasure this 58V: 55, and tbe seven.day and olier bills The Ministry resi2ned on the 13th ult. in. the ueceslitoUs awl the successful, itbmishes RICE (JARVEsT.-The Savannah Abont two w.ek ;
the suffering
aod act on it. aud it will lave you yparsof htd increased ct10.334, makiug the total of conformity with Lord Palmerston'selemand.Senhor of services, who resides at Balaia. rcrl'frendly
up R.tctpl.
mortification, if Dot of beart.burning and the liabilities J:32.B65.3B3.: Rodri o Malltalhaens for six days ; the boods memory uf brutherhoOtI.palt converts Republican of Saturday says I-"' The weather leun from Mr.Vri hl. ID dIhe

10rroW. 00 the credit lide the Government ICcurittea Iried 10 form a ministry. and theo gate up breaks up the man has not bflen very flattering. but sull writtr :.Ihiled touchint1y d.rl.
depencJent I
aheration the otbe se"rhi. the task in despair. 'fhe prospects of this Ihe living, breathing. death ,
exhibited no ; our rice plantets are succeeding in geltinio Iy 10 the sad havoc that
_.. __. __. _A..I.ritttt..n .are, IoopnC5L.itU'J.UJ
Irisb tbe notes .I Innntrv iDto-stone. ..
LOVE OF AI'PROBATIOlf.-Ao orator. ,_._....._.__ u h.1d__ decrersed-- .l565.064. .7"U -------J Iheir in gnod order. Yesterday in the rank of the Sfvelte Selala ,
darkoess crnps
of an opponent's love of praise, bad increased 496,775. and the old and my indeed. "Clouds, shadows and 'ro this Mr. Redfiehl made I rrpl!
Ipeakiog tbat which it." .. No one wou1d take you to be yon \Vi'S a very good drying day. We have accounts Ihe lad asau
described him a. 60 wain rupeet. silver colo bad decrea8ed 13.699, rf'st upon enlleman to a which hl dwelt at length uI'on

that be would be content to gie up the squared tbe account. Tb"rfl bad been .ymptoms of disturbance :ue." saill an old fashioned haIr than brain .- from three of the principa1 p1u.ta. l. \\ right hall lff. nnc CI

ghost, ifit were but to look up arad read tbe6tooe The hullion in both departments of the at Lisbon, but no violent outbreak had takf'O dandy wbo had mure asked. .. Because -' lions on tbe Altamaha. which are ,ery t'ncouraZ1n2. his Ihat Sl far Ih.li'eO I
Cabralistpronunciamento immpcliately
advicell. A 1"Vas II
the last Why 1areILleter.
cutler', uff 00 his grave. Bank h3d decreased (rom 9.286.827 to.l9.239.618 place by wen too on friend and himself hill bttu I
.l47.209. was more than probable- they caD't sef'! )'our Piln. \ They are going on was reee.ed by.Mr.. \V i ht omornig I
withontoldinJ being a diff rence force will be. the Notwithstanding several .".
A wet ,ilk haudkerchief. tied iocluding and the removal of the British Ogeechee. anll It _r
actual circulation. BOSlon .
( ; "ver the face it i. aaid. I a complete the The,cvI\D.day paper in and other pOlt bill,. had decreased from all appearance, a sigDal of a general 1\I0DES'I'y.-A youn2 lady in room where recently calif'S of indivillual slJfferiu the whole crop reading )t iD the cemlse. tbit he .1
a suddeDl,
itp fainted entering
security against suffocation by 'lJIlke from cl19.462.030. 10 18,943,079, rising. 00 drawers. At least so in Georgia will probably be a luge ODe, aDd tacked by tbe disease which ,"
brealhin and at the satne time MARKETS. stood a burea witbout minated bis useful and hODonblo
rmitl free :: being a differr.nce of cl5B.951. tbe rice of superior quality. !
It has Post.
r.xclude. the smoke Irp.t; from, tbe lungs. Po.,:, n .-J' P1! :a" 'hltt .be TJnj.u d LIVERPOOL, AUG. 27.-The sale of Cotton says tbe

';""0 ,.tr.ttll1l1v



'1 -

...... .





., '
,-' ; I


-'. -




.r. -- r .
-- _. .- ._- -
b -- -

.. Daily PicayUUe. Sept. 26. take care that, f sliall be buried in the Pantheon CASE OF SOMNAMBULISM. ._ List of Letters LEONARD SCOTT & CO'S LIST OF THE NEWYORKSCIENTIFIC

: .ut from the City f and that unfortunate widow shall Altogether the most interesting case of T>' EMAINING in the Post Ooifice, Apalachicola -I FOREIGN PERIODICALS. .A.TIE HI CAN.

; 11lexlco. 'rceh'e a pension. I somnambulism on record, is that of a young cola, Fa., on the 1st of October, 1847.- RE-PCBIJCATION OF -

AND ANOTHER YIcIJ."r.p. IT the cavalry hat taken' the position assigned ecclesiastic, the narrative of which', from Agrista, Salvadon Hasted, Mr THE LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW, Third Year. .

BATTLE TO 1 Y. to them *'clock in the morning the immediate communication of an Archbishop Armstrong, David Higgins, Warner ,THE EDINBURGH REVIEW, This popular Scientific and Mechanical jWr .

Ttnninattd-Battle oJ;disI1L c by order of Gen. Santa Anna, and i aboveall of Bordeaux, is given under the Anderson, John Hill, John THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW, nal, (which has already attained the largest circulation .

Jrtfo Repulse of our they had made the charge which was ordered bead of "S in the FrenchEncyclopedia. Brown, Oralus S Halsey, Thou 4 THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW, .
Rty-Rtportr.d mnambulism. Butts, A G Jones, Caled (ool'd) of any weekly of the kind in the
del at the I
of tic moment that the aliack- ecclesiaslic papr
Hearty Loss-Rumors eneniy A D Jeter, Wm A AND THIRD' .
: I&' a Smith, Worth and Pillow ed the mill of El Key, instead of flying precipitately when the Archbishop at the same seminary Blyth But Wm Johnson, John H i BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE. word wi commence.is'

: cnal'ulttpec-Grtat .Am ricanraet.o7t''our the action would have terminated used to rise every uighl and write out Haam JacksonRobertLemons; on Saturday, Spt. 25th, .

Ba/tIt l roops take Possession of early and the triumph wbuld have been either sermons or pieces of music. To iroket Capt Win Henry The above Periodicals are reprinted in New Each number of The Scientific American con. I

Ge," Bravo and Leon Kil- completE. But they did not lake the posi. study his condition the Archbishop betook !! Butts E P 3 Loyd, Joseph York immediately on their arrival by the British tains from FIVE to SEVEN ORIGINAL MECHANICAL i

jl cl .fnna 'Voundtd.tbe tion to which they were ordered, irluch less himself several nights to the chamber o : Bradley, JamesByington.J Latta, Rev Moses steamers in a beautiful clear type on fine white ENGRAVINGS. ; a catalogue of

rl,ail Santa O'Gra- make the charge as commanded, Gen. Alva- the young man, where he made the folow-j i. L Locholu, Jaj!TBrockenbrotgh. paper and are faithful copies of the originalBLACKWOOD'S AMERICAN PATENTS., from the ,:
L. Day C3pt. I a issue
Jas. facsimile
MAGAZINE exact .
W H Murray, Anthony being an
.Ir.amship rez being obliged to state officially or ing observations The man to 1
from Vera Cruz. :- young Ised Patent Office each week ; of the 1
Wm D Murray, Thomas of the Edinburgh edition. otke
yesterday I B.din. pro
through his adjutant that he did not make rise, to lake and write.: Before he
"Trtshe left on the evening of the paper to ': Bartst, Jacob McIntosh, MrsK The prices of the RE-PRINTS are less than one of all new MECHANICAL ar3 SCIENTIFIC '.

',:b |"I.aee brineicg intelligence ol the Breast' he charge, because his subordinate officers \rotc music, he would lake a stick and rule Baker Wm Morton, Stephen T third of those of the foreign copies, and while theyare inventions ; instructions in the various ARTS

iott.' Immediately on the re- refusct on account of the ground being too the lines with it. lie wrote ihe notes, together I Rur ass, Elizabeth Mayor, Jas C equally wel cot up, they afford al that advantage and TRADES, with ENGRAVINGS curiowi

irllportanee. and "patches' e issurf and broken for cavalry, as if i'ere with the words corresponding with I: Browl, Geo MCindayGate Pinderjoii:, Romeo to AMERICAN over ENGLISH ; ,

I of our piperS ihe} news-brief, but nol the same for the cavalry: of the enemy.It ihem_ with perfect correctness. Or when I Porter, Aritins! reader. PHILOSOPHICAL and CHEMICAL expert- ..

; Vtv. con.aitiing. and I i is believed) that the enemy will renew he had written the words too wide he altered Cussan, Richard 2 Pdtten, Ruse Co TERMS.. ments ; the latest RAIL ROAD INTELLIGENCE !
rd Jan .. ..lififfnulic curiosity I
LU I the caused I the attack to-morrow by another route either them. The notes that were to be black his Deleno, Pietro Ru. all

flicltI I i ih fate of array, by that of La PiE'dador by that of San An- in after he had completed the whole. Davis, J CP Regers, Geo A the different MECHANICAL MOVEMENTS [
had fled For the four Reviews
I :*!nllengtb of lime, which transpired 1 Evans, London 2 Richards John G 2 any one $3 per annum.
| i and the probability that hos- tonio. May God protect our cause on this completing a sernon.he read i aloud !I Emerson,C has W 3 Smith, Augustus G For any two, do. 5 published in a series, and ILLUSTRATED with

'ibnPt news occasion. from beginning 10 end. If any passage displeased i Freel, Michael Sloan, John For any three, do. 7" more than A HUNDRED ENGRAVINGS; &c. I

n.fi'efhadheenresurne.l of yester- One of the enemy's guerillas, who came him he erased it, and wrote the Foster, Jas Smith, JohnI For all four of the Reviews. S &c. -

anlicipate/IIII paper with SCOt, was made a prisoner and shot on amended passage correctly over the other ; I Flemining, Washington Sweete, Albert For Blackwood's Magazine, 3. .
\\be lI'ltllll..tion resulted in nothing.Mr. For and the 4 Reviews. lO.'X' ) is in fact a paper that MERITS the patronage
the I
the spot. on one occasion he had to subsitute the Fraser, Jese Turner, B L 3 Uackw.od i
:'IAstletlt'rlton' $ it'lIll,1I is dd GJ'joes Of the eventful denoument we have only a word "adorable" for divine," but he did I Flynn, Jas Taylor, H R 4 {jCJAll should be addressed of all MECHANICS and MANUFACTURERS ,.

'britl -0J o.irfile of he Diario : Fell John Thompson, Geo (pOt paid) toLEONARD \ the UNITED STATES
brief "ce" I throughout
I. account, but lo assure us that not omit to alter preceding into
than the sufcient ttP SCOTT & CO Publishers,
down Liii-r
not come Gray, Michael 3 Undei hill, Tbo SWir.eard and should be in the hands of EVERY tiIE
with I
*LC1O hasa I I our arms have a brilliant triumph; "cet, bv adding t letter t rxact 79 Fulton St., .
Iris of Vera Cruz i Guyon, H G Daniel reYork.
: bulthe I: and thai our army is "revelling in the halls precision the word firV written. TO ascertain that feels an interest in the advncement of
4 10th
Mexico dated the I Gardner, Thos N While, Francis 2
ktt';r rllRl the with fiiy extracts from the Dianoae" of the Montezumas." The only reliable acj :- I ; whether bp used) his eyes, the Arch- I Green, John Watts, Capt A W I I TO THE PUBLIC. I Mechanical or Scientific improvement in thi

J ID ",.,-rther and'the BoletinofAllisco, toI' .I j count we have of the last struggle before : bishop inlerplse' a sheet of pasiboard between Gorrin, Mary Webster, John TliE hOME .JOURNAL. Country.It .

itl' !, the capital is in a letter atdrt'sct to Mr. writing and his face. He took Hurlson. Harriet EDITED I Y MORRIS Ac W 1 LIS. '
is in FORM
use'l"w''lth' the letter veubish" WiliamsIarvl1 published QUARTO conveniently I
I I' :IIrl2lh., inch, in which the armlsltcep j I Dimond, our Collector at Vera Cm/, from not i he least notice. but went on writing asIJefnr. $:$- Peisons calling any letters PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, J: THE CITY OF adapted to BINDING, and furnished to
the 1n.1iner Orizaba be of his will they are advertised. NEW-YORK,
i which will :found beilw. Our The limitation perception say
tI wIll be Iearnetl from the exIP Subscribers at the LOW PRICE bt
,, JOS. S. MAY, P. M. Jit Two Dollars Country
"OPT.; correspondent at Vera Cruz ,vouches for it< to what he was thinking about was very per annum. '
perusal of Mr. Kendall's I .
CIS and we have to behrve ciuious. A bit of aniseed cake that he had; TWO DOLLARS A YEAR-ONE DOLLAR
will at once show that ;, j accuracy rtas.1 ilS STATE OF FLORIDA. Is November last, we commenced the publication -
/tllrl"IO..e\er. with the flOut the same source as was lh" leiirr giving sought for, he I
was growing peooltbe
et\O hostility I the first .mil a correct account of the bai on another occasion, a piece of the same Calhoun County. plan. No similar work, ir.tehdcd' to contain the Month Address, S
the 30th
capital as early even t s of the :: lies Conlreras and Churnbiisco.ORIZABA c-ike was-; put itt his mouth, he spat il out KNOW YE, that it is hereby ordered, that ,, PICK of the news, elegancies, opinions and literature 31UNN &CO., Publishers;

j 7 I last month, and theCongrcs uihont observation.I'tie ) Lott, Executor on the Estate ot Mary ,i of our time, to CULL. from the wilderness cf wy'ork.POST .
19 1847.
Mexico in session Toluca Sept. late ol said deceased i is :; the hour's and Fuhon-streetl
I Stae! Of at. Pillowing: instance of the dependence Thomas, county, herebyauthorised ever flowering caprice, to RESCUE

:; uideclareil asain-st peace. Notwithstatnlrf..e.tted DK\R SIR-I have the honor to ilfnrI! .: I IH- rather t iheir sub- to sell the lolloping Real E.tate of I the good things else lost in the bewildering float PAID. !

belis rent demonstrations by you that an express arrived here this evcnJ ;ficeptions upon or the said deceased :- age of novelties adrif had been previously SAVATVrAH GEORGIAN
r lIt and a positive notation of the 1 J I ing from Mexico! which brings the ift'lh- : .11'. :: :' i: to his preconceived ideas is truly N K t ot section 22, the S E J cf section 22, tempted by others.I TiE the tact that the .

At! enemy i : A 1:.... T, i. is to be observed that; he al- Ihe S W of section 1the of section2o, I That have labored in announcing undersigned
not being permitted that ';eu. Scott was in the city I.f' J J SEt we successfully our voca- .
ill our wagons [ celce have associated themselves logethei in the Editorial -
: artllltiee to enter"the city for piov'iMons I''Mexico ; that on the 13th the Anirn; ai. : iv\:, i i.;. w Ji, pen had ink in it. Likewise, the N E J ot section 14-, all Township! 1, R.me. I tion and produced a paper remarkable for its interest Department GEORGIAN -

t bf the mob '1 ti i IK--; ..1 oilly$ changed his papers when 8, North arid West ; and the S E } of section 2.3 !; value and popularity, and one adapted to of"'IIES..VAlN\H
late and the take the
still I pendinz I to as ; a troops took Chapultepec n'f, we ocasion patrons -
r. ctgDliatiQos'ere i 'he w.,.- u i inns he knew it, if the sheet in Township 2, of Range S, North and We!t. I the wants ot ALL CLASSES OF SOCIETY, we have say
Iris received I and the hat ni.hi. ; : of that and to the
fiih. Tire Area | went iato nty t t :: paper pubhc generally
the Lands sold fur the benefit of sufficient evidei in extensive
as above to be and
J tae: SUs';: >v s ol"a different size from theo The i ce our rapidly
: rllers (rum Mexico umlcr i.ue flf ;lie JIb, Bravo was kille J, and Gen. .Santin: a '.".i' I I : rn 'Jul'd. I h" appeared. embarrassed i in thai the legatees and creditors: ,, of said deceased. j increasing circulation! in the universal com men- that arrangements improvement hate already in outward been made forzz.material .

that on ihe 7ih the Mexican cUlumisl wounded in the arm and had ietue.i wnli r Given undc-r my hand and private seal, there :j dalion of the public press, and, above all, in the appearance"and
ij.llUg j case. i>!'it if the first sheet of which that no pains will be spared to elevate and
declared that the proportions nnJeT ihe remainder of his troops, which had suffered being no seal of office, this,Gth diy ot September, flattering eicourjgement and cordial approbation
lIoners for that sustain its character a and
w. s'.htill..d written on, was exactly a commercuillaper.|
Ir. Tnst were in.iJniissible: in couse- : much, to Guatlalupe. A. D., 1547. of our numerous LADY READERS, in every to fill its columns with interesting and profitablematter.
the size with the former he "
saul appeared L. S. section of the .
. qutuCCOf which (ien. Santj Anna convoked Your 'Iriend, &c., THOS. L. [ ] countrv. We feel most sensibly that to render the
. embarrassed in tha; ca.e. But if of Probate for Calhoun County. The design and character of t the HOME
scope :
dn-rlod, lint To F. Collector Vera Crc Judge :
council, of ;ener.ils. wlio : no- I DI.MOND EQ, : Savannah Georgian such d paper growing
- j act .,|hlJal,1; t he :iven j imincitidiely: lo Gen. A letter from a credible source confirms the first sheet of paper which .vas substituted I The above Lands will be quId at the house of JOURNAL dir,r from those of any newspaper interests( and population of our State 3 t. Cit require -
fur th-it written on. v.i is exactly the James Ndlls, on Monday the titteenth day ot November ,. established. The contents are fitted of labor must ft ; "'
rml. ) the a :
ScoTt< t.'ut the .ll'lIIi..II VI> at an aT all that I is sail) i in I above. and only disagrees to the attention of the of diversity
size with lie he one-third engage man business
same former appeared not next. Terms site, cohlhe it such we are determined to furnish.
llllillle,1, Ihl' 91h 'it; the rcco us!tziei ccfleiit with it in stilting that the city was car- lIt and be a source ot elegant instruction and entertainment upon ;
a to be aware of the change. And he would, balance in one and vests. Persons wishingto We shall strive to make its columns pleasing to
"'. rif.l liassault on the ]I4h.( The Sun of to the domestic fireside and
Df 1bottltl family circle -
" well embrace
vil[ do to
continue lo read off his lion from buLand3 Florith, all readers, and while our humble support shallbe
: O'i the Till, the sheet of when this opportunity, as the comprise given to the great principles upon which the
'\ ol the of )[t" ic'l. aiJ.Jrsse'l the worU of (: were carried hl.lk paper as fluently as the State and of the newpaper with the more abiding: in- '
; i'.V Chapuhepec ; the 'before him some of as good, if not the bet, 'n Democratic party has planted itself) believingthese
manuscript lay } ; more, terests of the higher class of is
clfrgv. uhurrlll z tneju to .-xert all iheir that on the I4ih-t am) 15th the city was bomIjjnlei nay most suitably adapted lo the cultivation: c Sea I pelioical I principles to be essential to the perpetuity
would continue Im corrections introduce printed in the folio form
on superior
LJence to int-itf t ihe people 10 arn ilietnaii'l ], and that a part of our army lp Island Cotton, and Spanish or Se4ji Tobacco. of our national freedom and the advancement Jf
. "UIl'r-r his amended it :?uer, on a new clear type obtained expressly
itln's prepare to ieist the American it on the ournin: 111 IGih, the lilaticeretnainiri passage writing upon LUKE Lurl | our national) welfare, we shal studiously avoid
: II for the ; and is, in its whole arrangement
at As have already exactly the piace on the blank sheet whichit Executor of Mary purpose I all rude collisions with and opinions antagonistic -

aiji. : Chatllelec.; w. would have occupied on I written pa e.Blackz1Jr's Calho'in Sept. t3, b 17. 3 -m I and drai; *, a mSt favorable specimen_ the.best I to our own. To render our the
Itll" lp y
County paper
Folliiz ni 'f'ntI* closely asimeiIat slated. however, we place no reliance : I typographical skill 01 .'tie country. In addition
t[: firm but cf democratic
41zgaine.Ni.a exponent
,hSr.UU'lf'ClcJ _,'c'dHIt. will perun'I I I"U any of these reports except tll,1 of the Calhoun Circuit Court. i to these, and as one of its most valuable peculiarties principle, dispassionate the calm yet unflinching advocate of

, -10 lt" or 11'1 1'1 \1.i, jt'ti :! .y "CCUII t t d"i w,' correspondent, of Mr.) Dimond.l LowNOsBoRo.L.t.Tze( ) Crops Israel Moses, p Petition for Foreclosure of it H, in reference to the diversity of talent Southern institutions, the vehicle ol amusing 2nd

Iud thai nil tin1 "I' -I. (;"... S :ott .HJHoktd ti; .? I i l: AS in .itn. l d..< Ijefori the arm entered ffc. 1 It t i is now rf Gih of .'1t. and no cotI vs.: > )lurtJ e on a Negro Male employed upon it, the cheapest paper in the instructive thought.fcu'pon all proper subjec.,

I 1illd, \'. H I\III'S :Mi:!!, in (I lie MIII--: iiieciiv; xv" 1.\1 mi''lnn auiili'tiiic.'e I lon, speaking= gathered. I Ebenezcr Hoyt. ) Slave;Daniel.: i United States. whether of science, literature, or general -

;'Jle '...11\;- .:' I ..I..nltc...... 'Hlunlill" :4IL ;i le
1 L IPft.: ; ; : ;;. .1--1..1'1 ;ail'] the lijtctin, : v.i 'ONnt hi'Tne: I Mexican accounts hnl I have if I conl l I U.4 and all interested ia the Equity' ot (Xllal.'led, we have this Jay Saturday, once to the merchant and, tjie t ,pecbanic, the
p to see not persons
I he"1 waiting the list _iu.vt, increased the edition of the
I tut,1i.iei W1 repul r.l lilter huw that .lostiliMrs : I of male slave of student and the farmer, shall be,cur constant en-
: .u .t( 'C.: uur-oiiiy I .Hdivi roininenced say I II you it had qui ramin--.;. but it is now Redemption a certain ne"ro U,1le HOME J oax"Lfor the express accommodation
a "ever* runiiict. in which we Insi4iu'jt4DO I on thttethi.. and \\1" ( oUIIUIt11 %vitli and) rain. For the I rnonm.jeduy Ebenezer Hojt to John W. and deavor; and if, in addition to this, we shall
thundering: thre.llelO P/XEW SUBSCRIBERS, we therefore ,
) in ki ll.-tl aitl; from 600 to ?DU) in more or less activnv until i I our army took last I days we have had t the harvest rains on I lhe 7th day of February, IS W, to secure to the that all who intend taking respecflly I be enabled by extending circulation throughthe
1\1 request
the ties which bind
sud liibcock, or his as" jjns, the principal: sum interior, to strengthen .
uun-lfJ. Hud ffll luck Tiicnbiyn.Ve2ite .- ol A )::1ssrnr the tenth the
tit hy will subscriptions
upon possession city. ; I hit I have almost or qUI('. ever seen, ac- of S1H.: with interest from date at S per cent paper co-nmence our beloved S.ate and City together, and tn
\ bel<;w :1 tran lalioti nt'ihe Ijvitlinsificripiioi James L. Day niluriiis tis tli.tt it was repottedamofi I with considerable wind. From prtsent number. that of and feel-
companied per a'inum, will tdke notice that the said niortgae secure oneness sympathy
1 of the en azeineut ; prenuiii i: : : ih \j.jc.ui. at Vera: Cruz, that wp the above statement of I lie weather; it is I ha-* been asi i. ned for valuable consideration TerlnTwo Dollars,a year, or three copies ing so essential to the prosperity of both,we ;hal

:! dm realer will hear in mind! it i MfiC4iiiil lost 1700) in killr-l and i I but he r five invanbly in advance.
ut mel wllwle.l.! hereby necessary to say tii.at the cotton crop to |)liiniiti-arid the lime limited for the paymentof r d"lau.JOURNAL mail all find our labors amply repaid. ..

: I is. in .ill probahihty, a ;reat; e xi- could) trace it to no authentic: so-i r cf'. An- has also! rotted from the long continued slid sum of $121: 44, and the interest thereon, The of the States,is the sent British by Provinces to To enable us to continue our paeent.r''I -

erolllun, if not an entire i JTHrel'ie elt.iutl.! other p,i's''n:' esiniMtes: (;en. Scott's lossat wet. One word more of t the cotton crop of .idving expired, plamtitf has riled his petition lor and parts to Europe nit- up in strong wrappers, tion, however and to do all that wouJdJh

]it is fro a an! extra ol the j'.ctin< i issued on trout ut.lillrlh, to Oll-thirt of his:army, (his I speak of this foreclosure in the Circuit Court of Calhoui county with the utmost,punctuality to do in the way of improving The Georgian,
county. particularly
lost despatch.
I and will for fu ot the we must look for an increased support from the
he 9li Inst. i in killed and) din what date apply same at.
; : ;i the ecuurp orders remittaces
wOllndt'c. IpOI vicinity : will fall short of last, even I Subscriptions, and com
crop such solicit and
At hit1f.p! 1st 5 this morning [the gih' ] the he bi-.es this opinion we cannot: learn, and if it should rain no morE the December term ol next ensuing. I IIi. ?, mUst be addressed (post ) to the public ; we now confidently ex
J. for PHf. mlllcatr W H. BULLOCH,
'firecunmeuce,1: on the! tto rt nkS IIf Chdjlui; I ;ire i'I.lne. to think ii is purely conjcc- S 23, 1517.MOSES, Art'y 37-3m :, GEO. P. MORRIS, pect. HENRY; R. JACSONTlMS ...

te'c.: The I let wasreMing on the nail uf KlRJV une. Tiir: CROPS-The Vicksburg Sentinel, 'ittmbcr N. P. WILLIS, -
uSE'I' IM1 L'IV August t Ig47. 107 Fulton-street.
closs in the f'lre..t df CIJ.IIHlltcI1Cf'- *
of the cl inst., The here is : .
says : crop un- '
fais tntnarr.leti p.iIU.ri liy iversally despaired of. The appearance and Apalachicola Exchange. THE DAILY GEORGIAN is published in
leave his
;anJ un J IT !his order were ihe battalion of i-anJiJ men of all parties read, and reflect II the coincides fpiHE subscriber b"gs to announce to THE subscriber informs his friends Savannah at TEN DOLLARS PER ANNUM pay
( worm precisely JL
progress friends and the public geri'-nilly, that he has .
Muu! wh'iSH' colonel\ was ills patriotic air] I upon the following i plain i statement of facts with hast year's I experience, and if the destruction become sole proprietor the.b'J\establishment, f3"3 and the public in general. that he has become able semi-annualy. in advance or, SIX DOL-

Volant, Ihliler. ami the bdllahons UniundJ the Proprietor of this above well MOYHS. ,
; taken from the Washington (Pa.) Reporter. is similar, there will not be one- hopes by proper management -ind strict at- THE TRI-WEEKLY : thf
LatPatrM. of Oaxicu in one oflaich' third of made. tention to merit a continuance of the patronage known house, and will be pleased to entertainany
Our Locofoco friends tell us tint the a crop of the travelling community that favor Country, is published to meet the arrangement
of I'ut-bla also
'ere cicludf-l the bestowed the House. may
companies The of the 2d instant heretofore so liberally upon
Memphis Eagle, of the mails, three times a week, Tuesday,
I (
fro Si and oilier all Mexic-ui people behove the Whics are op. indebted to the above establish- him with their custom, and will also accommodate
i body Queretaro some mentions that i the weather the week I Al persons Thursday and Saturday,) at.the Office ,of, the
during The
them resident boarders. bar will be
the aii'l this I t always
encourages :
Wa r. favor with the sub
(inard. The posp.111 a by settling
the National righl I m
omjioMii; ; had been l and hot. and most favor wi DAILY GEORGIAN and contains all the intelligence -
past dry \\iih liquors of the choicest
hold) out anti the war And JOhN B. JONES. supplied
fiauk rrsie-l the house of ltta.:1t the ilisUnceof ) protract
on able the erowinz Cotton which Commercial, Political .and MisVelJa
who imde them believe" then was aparty crops Apalachicola, April 0, iS 17. 13-tf quality.
a of a 1 league from Chapullejiec pray neous, including new Advertisements publishedin
'Jarr..r ? as a general thing, certainly gives promise Ao hi'l Nov. 14, IS 16.
; and occupied liy 131'J ofthe regul irarmj.co in this country f\'orauI! to them of a I I harvest. In this rcji'fon, embracing WALTON C1UCUIT COUKT. ) the Daily Paper. ". _

; .nmiiiile-loy Gen. Perez. The enemy Not the Whis, cerlail\: ; E"cThi" very f.1 last In Chancery. U. S. MAIL FROMCliattnhoochcc THIS PAPE ji sent to all part of the State

m two l'.I.lmllVilh his n"ial daring l at' I I ; ," in the Union I has denied it. Who an area produing( year 150,000 Cornelius Grantham, ) to Fort Gaines and d in the city,, at FIVE
fr" bales, although it is little backward, and
ami ) that there was a paily in thiscountry i Petition for Divorce. : ON and after the first t ofkJULY DOLLARS per annum; or, at THREE: DOL-
I.rl.e J these pomtfirsl with ;lrllIl'r,, at i tlll the crowth of the luxtuiant from j vs. > :N day
!, and Ifxiclns in heart?' plant too : this Line will be LARS for six months. .
with fire ol ttitiketrv. traitors' Fatha Grantham. ) : 4 next,
qUArter lu 6 rapi-l i iIjrU. former heavy rains the prospect, nevertheless I4-=. _- \..' THE WEEKLY GEORGIA, i is published'
i them that : ; :
1'erez .nsiaineil,! the fire well fur :i The LlcC focos l Mho told! t appearm''; to the satisfaction of the Court, run regularly in TWO-HORSE
very for abundant J IT afternoon THREE DOLLARS
3IexI an yield was never .more the detendant STAGES. The the every Friday at
of that
: there vas a m this by : made in this case, undersigned, having con-
9.iut h.Ita; 'tutu ur. When for causes ;d : pariy country atd.\'lt payable in advance.
!" auspicious-not a hale of the new crop ha Gra IOwn, resides beyond the tract to the Mail on this route, intends togive per annum-al
I ./ Mexican 1 :: ; otha carry
utiknown h ,1 l wit hi his fun ,.. : "11 clll..I..rs .
'' I""t : ret tir i : il'HI'i
August .
been The first bale of the 1.lstcar's
i them hat retf\'e.l. of the te of Florida : is ordered I facility to Travellers who may wish to } ,
aln.12h he had mil l 111..1 ten men.. i1i.etIe.4t .- I The Loco fo(:os ? 'IT/to loJ| I : I jurisdiction [ I every
: thioounlrv ; crop arrived on the 27lh August. tlut the said Fdtha Gra-illiam do appear; and answer take this roate, by Columbus, Ga., North. NEW ORLEANS TYPE FOUNDRY

must luve been fatal fur Mexico if, \j 'lltloiIP! of (lle Gospel; in ) til-.s3d! petitio< wttni'i. three months alter Goo Stagas the best of teams, and obliging ; AND r .
rt.inately. Gen. Leon atcl his brigade had j were enemies of their country" rl- EDITORS.-An editor's duties ( some the publication ot f this! urdor, or the said petitionwill \ will always be provided; and in a word, Printers' Furnishing '

:'MI .llOwu"l'r"lti! ie.s of valor. Twice lii.. rr.- :!1 .ie in herr ?" TI LII'I locos 'U'/o body.) even in a case comparatively: says tinim- be taken for confeed, ; and it i is. lurther ordered every pain- will be taken to give satisfaction, (ts- JVb, 17 Canal sti ret arebous. .

|I'lItllhe' | column lh.it aitacUed him. and) lolil them lliat. the. IlljflrIIof; IhUnited and unthankful I tlidt! tins i order be published in *'>me newspaper pecially during the season of high water,) to undersigned beg leave to announce to

i the seconif] sallied fron his position to States Senate we e "iraiiors": and) Mexicans" portent are enormous ; I in the Western Circuit of this State for the Ihn-e \% may this route North. THE and Printers that they have established -
him less lhan
>tcrtlir arillery tJen.; Perez had lost : '' opposing time CII..P of then. country ? those he' praises. love space of t three months The Stage will leave Chattahoochee every a complete and extensive TYPE FOUNDRY

i I" ,'("i".* i I. iinrtalVotin.], and, a I Tilt \\01111111 Url""." the Iran ofPrsiiI.'it limn r ; and those he finds' fault with, I.Ile GEG. S. \WKINS- Judge W. D.j TUESDAY and FRIDAY, at 6 A. M. ; arriveat in this. city.. The. Book Letter of this

.'. .lil..r..r.l! I- I'f valiant Haiders '. Poll .Surely if II..p i hi tugs linn wor>e 11.1 (he Jevil.. a j Uchee .THJ, :u21.. 1S17. 3'
..mliieI I the field.- have "iven ihenl "aid and comfort,'' t ihe < of Florida Gaines every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, experience, and, as no expense uas spared to .
'ild State "
I on 1 ,
'" THE of Mexico a at 1 P. M- arrive at next davs.
1 : ; rf'ceilts ; Cqattahoochee" obtain the handsomest faces and to perfect it in
I ll Archhi.hoJ
blame i I
t 1'1)- wish .t fJIII'"I.11< forces again Whigs are not 10 \JI\ic.IS FRANKLIN I COUNTY. P. 1I.Pcrons .
: IH" salary I ; Bishop of Puebla, by 8 every respect, we will venture to it
11414.-1 I .aj lo.A po-sse'.iun if hits "ill.- do believe" ihal ther. is a ;pirty in this SI 10.000 ; V.Illd'llil. SlOj.OOO() () ; Guedala- TO all persons having demands against the es- travelling from Columbus) Ga., via found as handsome, if not the hand30ret say wi b

T.ice HP wa. (liil4, )we4l. but ou his retaking country favorable to their cause. such an nupression jara.S'JO.OOO( ( ; Monterey. 830,000 ; Yucatan, of Nathan Seymour, late ol said county, I Fort Gaines; Blakely, Chattahoochee,Quincy, to United States. We have also very handsmeassorlment

it. l'lh.t i liiti it Was found impossible to has never been m.ule liy the \Vlng S20.000 U.,, Sld.OOO. deceased, notice is hereby given that 1 have ta- Tallahassee, will find this the most expeditiousroute. of Flowers and (b ett.r ot the latest -
; xa.o i ken Honorable Court of Probates said
trom the
j would
'''. in lhe charge. press. style, to which we call the attentionof
iMntop4 _ _
j county Letters Testamentary the same, and T. WILSON$
upon D. Proprietor.
which Printers purchasing AH
I 't ne of these to ; Betsey thinks that "legs"sHoll.1
i that all claims will be barred It not presented Quincy, June 26, 1S47. aug14 31-im manufactured
BILLS OF EXCHANGE: *s \ Crm. cY.- I by U be of a mate
'<"') nail gained ir their enlcalor lo nttack be called .abdominal supporters, within two alter the date of this advertise : shal
farther From a statement, ( t I- I iiio-i stamp nf- years Tucnty Dollars Reward; rial equal it not superior, to any manufactures
could effect 411 all
: not a ny genteel people. I ment. MILTON N. SCOTT.
1""Jltelec" they at the North and we shall sell at New
; Type
., be owinu 'to ihe-r! : ti..ingIfljqIfej flee returns, it appeals; 'liit ih- present Apalachicola, July 24, IS47. 2 -2m WILL be paid for the apprehension a
York trust to with
Ii. meet
( Resistance offerees an-1) ihe average amount of l h.l-I I HI l cxclmige; hellin How TO SPEAK I: PUBLIC." UnacII'u..I.m. I E and delivery! of a NEGRO MAN named prices, we encourage-

jy The Great 13 ru i.tn. and .,dII' i npm$ I intocnculalion ..* I to : Extract Saisaparllln1JULL'S : LEVI, who ran away from Maconon Sunday ment.We
"iiJerabfe as am public Speaking, !
IdS they hec sllferelJ I I'il Jt SANDS', tor sale by the dozen or are now prepared to manufacture
at least [ ) () ( the llth inst. Levi is a dark mulatto, BRAS
result Wil, that at 9 o'clock imtrntng is .flhJ.OOOIOO .t.l-lie j i sitl..wii.I I 1) single bottle, by stout and built will weight about ISO Ibs., RULE and TYPE ol any magnitude,with

the fire of small arms halt: rteaily reaseil: and lil:. ;i s"m Cllpar.c I -- -- -- July 17 ,J. C ALLEN. a little. wel legged, speaks slow and long with a ness. We would also particularly call the attention

tbeyweteieen in collecting their amount of bank: noie circulation: is cp 1 .t ie : I Ii had when he left Satinet round of Printers to our LEADS> having an entire .
employed voice, a
: strong on
si"nificant. The amount of nc oti. l; U ; i LLiiXTELLiCJOIL i I I i HHD3 St. Croix Sugar; new set of moulds, by which we are
illejand ll o'clock the 10 of .
wounded. At eriemj : 2)< do N'ew Orleans Sugar, to arrive; coat, checkered! pants country homespun.I to furnish enable
in 1815 .4' (O. a perfect.artmcle. We are also
and was f'sliltt'fl atl': he will make for Columbus, as he lately
cuninence l movement, ---- etpect Agent.
a retrograde hit s-dcks Rio Coulee; 50< d'> Jo'aU ; for the sale of the ;
!), .. :; apier, ,
b j2in ihe afternoon he withdrew al his 1835. at c 10l,350.62 ; .I iL I" a' II -Al'ALAiilICOI.Del: : b\s Aromatic Tobacco; lived there. .Some suspicion exists that Levi Smith Presses Washington
which with
forcei: t0 abandoning two 123,460. The power, however of oi.v-n- I c -50 .: M-ifl'd do. Brown's and L bby's; was decayed or assisted off by some white person, Cases, together Chse.
Tacubaya of this one hunch d rniihons l I Altl\U, r Candles 50 bxs and if so, !?IUO will be paid for the villain, and Corn-)0sing Sticks, Furniture, ,
he had occupied and blowing up the ing a portion '0 Sperm ; brownSoap; oloer article in the
Pit sentni I O'm : fm New York sufficient to convict him. ever required Printing bai.
into notes ai moment i is as to t ;-\ltb.molllward 1W bags Shot 50 kegs Powder; prool
of Mata, although some say it was any toV c i ; H. L. COOK, Agent. .e, will be kept on hand, and furnished atmanfacturer's
i of P"rlr.V
I Linseul Oil
convertibility notes 2000 Ibs Lead 4 casks
negoiiation.aslhe ;
their ;
Bonfire bomb fired from ChapultePc Sied'r j 1-JulauU fin Chdttahoochee.CLEAUliU. prices. .
by a
; : Macon July 20, 1847. aug-21 3l-4t
it is believed that Gens. Twiggs and into sovereigns "n essential to the value of( 2LKJ kegs White Lead, No, 1, Extra.and Pure. Editors and Printers wishing to eatabliih aNewspaper

Bank of f:n IA".lllp"r; and any measures: ol/ For sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO. SANS SOUCI HO' L. or Printing Office will be furnished .
fierce directed the alack, and that they put f lei i-schr for ?t Marks. 41 Water street. Jo.
EaItI..ir subscribers
I which this is temporal ily : respectfully inform their with in detail ( the Same
10 Cation about 8000 men. ll is certain the henhv power Oct C-Schr lhZdtelh Gdolll Marr for ewl.I THE an o
Millie : affected, and destroyed. flhIil i ol ; Dili L. FEUCHTWAXGEK'SRat and the public: generally, that they by stating the size of the paper, or th'e particular
and brisk than penally
fire ,
was more intense ;!1 disastrous to all parties who rely Mouse & Cockroach Poison. have opened the above establishment, and are style and quantity of v ork t tp be executed.CGh .
be -
a'Churubusco. It is impossible to ascer- course now ready to receive boarders and
hope through The who
efficacious bur extermina : proprietors .newspapers
1 of bills 10 meet accep. 1'ASSNUE1tS.: remedy wil
hitt the lost on either side. Ours does not upon the liquidation THIS'try dlately, if a application be proper attention receive a share of patronage.The publish thia advertisement six months, and lnd
in Roan Miss ( proper
Euftubt-1ms ,
and must place Pet ram-
amount to 100 killed and l 250 wounded. tances of iheir own ; jeopardy sle.mpr named His Bar will be well furnished with choice a to our. Jy. will be paid for the
tradesman under mon, A B 1Irid., : auJ !lady. Dr J %1 Ga.ilt. T HAuaim.Jonn madE.of all ot the above annoyances. paper .ofcee
There are few missing nearly all not killed : every merchant or .\ItKlIZIt.1(01, J F Farnor, Flea and Poison has attained a very extensive Wines, Liquors and Segars; and the Restaurantwill advertisement purchasing six times the amount

"' wounded retiring to Cbapulfpec. The pecuniary engagements of any kind, excepting -. J :Hutchinson, C 1 Auatm, i L \.VPratt. celebrity MO.qlil its variable destructive properties be well supplied with Game Fish and Oysters of advertising bill in Type.GREEN'

'eln1, according to the confession of an the very few who keep ready money alw7ys : to that order of insects.. For sale by ut the best quality in season. &. CO.,

Irishman who came over to us in the even- on hand for the whole of their liabilities. RECEIPTS FROM THE INTCHIOR*. August 14 J. C. ALLEN, Dru glst. JAMES GIBSON & CO. May 22, 1847. 19-6ra 1 Canal st. Row.
June 22, 1S47. ---
'g. carried off 400 denl and GOO or 700 .-[[ 'Westminister Review. Trusses
Per fleamer Euf&ula-21 bx. tobacco to Lock. Lamp Oil N. B. Gentlemen who wish for ,

since (lea.l ; thai of Col. BalJeras. of i A London vi tor asked an Irish seaman to X HAer; 1 bbl potatoes, 1 keg eggs to W HHuxiiea O by p"lyl7] J. C. ALLEN. nrt ire. accomoated SINGLE 1 J. C. ALLEN.Bailey's .

the 'ilunt Col. Iltiefla and Gelali, and oftbe 'I belonging lo ihe coat-nnanl at Hastings, j r ; 7 aacaa |>utdti>ea, 50 lultkls to J Gibon. .

determined Capt. Maieos, of Puebla 1 they got t any ;prize money. .Och indeed),., TERSONS ha"illl Imi'ltsi with the und rL PERSONS having business with the undersign Tonic Mixtur.

I honor but it sifted through i lad ----- -- I sig-ied during absence from I the State, illplease e call on Mr. WM. S.'DAM- THIS i is a valuable of
Hoconducted yes '
himself like hero telling yer
a all falls through lo thfofceral Lamp Oil. apply to Anson Hancock. ESJ.WM. EREL, as I shall be absent for a short time to a and Robra, a vegetable febrifugo
Illoldifr. the of death, that they der, and th:1 goes the of Fever and Sold by
on point for cure
article for sale SYDNEY! GREEN. distant part of the state.
that to the is hell L strained,a splendid I Age. '
to must beer forget they were Pueblanos and ." stik. WINTER f>n30] J C ALLEN. July 26, IS41. 20-t July 17. FRANCIS KOPMAN. June 12. -BEl I

I fight YaUamlT to the death. We will .

w i.
I -





-' -t_ -- r .1. ., .
: .- .
-IIlIIIi "< ... .

--- ,
a -



... ,. '.

"c; i


....:... ---- -. .
_L- : -- -- --_." =- -- -!.L -J -_: -T:_ __ _ h __ -- -- -- ----i -


announcing the (tact that the undersigned .- Drugs, 1UcUcn-es, Pnintt .
On the seventh of December next.NUMBKll -I I. A. '
assjciated themselves>> togethei in the E litorhl OK THEFLORIDA ;; D'cSU'U'c"fumerr\ .
have < ONEOF OTICE-Six months after date, I will apply TiE WESTEKffCIKCU1T II.
Detriment: of" THE SAVANNAH GEORGIAN WHIG J.N to the Hon. Judge of Piobales 'lor Franklin I OF FJL01CIDA.Franklin I I undewgneu rt-tu/b'f..

," we take this occasion to say to the patrons THU County, for a final discharge from the Administration IN Circuit Court.IN friends and the ,'obli ""*

of tint paper and t;) the public generally, f UNITED STATES REPORTER A WEEKLY PAPER, of the estate ot Donald Campbell, late of CHANCERY. patronage: and bts ia"I "*

that arrangeme: its 'hive already been made fonts i TO BE PUBLISHED /JE./J.lll./I.J\V:1., said county deceased. Arabella E. widow of I is now receiving >n M *I
material improvemnt n outward appearanceznd I A Daily Journal of Government Legislative and JANET WILLIAMS, Adrn'x. Burton Hepburn deceased, i ly, which added tohUr'1"11' *

: that no pains will be spared to elevate and I General News. THE undersigned propose publishing in the Apalachicola, June :, 1817. 21CmN Hepburn Complainant assortment un1sua *?*
sustain its character a English,
as a commercial and *
paper I! subscriber is enabled to the Town of Marianna Jackson county Florida a vs. I
to fill its columns with interesting and THE now announce OTICE.-Six months after publication 01 ; Cosmetics
profitable ;
of his for the establishment weekly newspaper with the above title. L. Hepburn George 0. I IHenburn. PerCUtfT.
matter. We feel most sensibly that to render the completion arrangements this notice, application will be made to the a s ware, &.c. ,.
SivannahGeorgiati such a as the 'I| of a well-organized and independent Jour- This paper will bederotedto Literature, Agriculture Hon. Judge of Probates for Jackson county, for afinal Annie E. Hepburn to Physicians, Country Merchant t
paper growing II the Seat of the General and Science; it \vill also contain the Caroline B. and M* !
Govern- and
j nat of News at administration ,
interests and population of our State and City require I settlement of the of the estate Hepburn the most liberal terms-all cf which "
current of the and articles in of
a diversity of labor mttxt be expended i iflp.111 : mcnt. news day support of Samuel N. Spears, deceased, late of said heirs at law of Burton Hep pure and unadulterated. h.&
The leading features of the United States Reporter the Whig Policy. ELIZA SPEARS burn, deceased ; Daniel 'K. :
it; such we arc determined to furnl h.- county. H. F.
The of local has
want been
We shall strive to make its columns pleasing t toall will be the following a paper severclyfelt February 14, 1357. 5-6m- Administratrix. Doge; the heirs of John Wholesale and ABFJL
in Jackson. Walton and .
f I. Ear/glntelligmce of movements of theoaiioui Washington counties dec'd, whose trustee gil
readers and while .
our humble III 4.;
support s. and has led to the proposed! establishment of ---- ------ -- ---- -- Water'
of the Government in : is Daniel 11d Bill for Dower.
be I\'e'l tl) the great principles: upon which "' eDanocMtic Departments reference this Journal. Dry Goods lIDuu ; } Apalachicola, Nov. 21, ISIG.sahilcdjcIue. It-tt
to Domestic alTairs and to the Foreign John \\. Campbell ; .
: party hn plnteJ itself, believijthese I Rotations of the country will be given with The undersigned hope to obtain sufficient patronage : -. r T1IIE subscribers offer for sale a large and sea- A. Thornton ; Nathaniel W. -
pn icicles to b? e'i'ti.tUt t.) 1i.? p.rpotuityof / to enable them to commence its publication J. of Goods consisting in
scrupulous fidelity. Possessing: peculiar facilitiesfor sjnable stock Dry Thornton ; Itines Holt ; Sea THE
our nitia >il Iiv'Jj.1.:: 3.dth: o alva-jceuu-nt of slbs'rab.r ha.
the 1st of ,
I obtaining information, the Reporter" will by September. part born Jones, John H. Howard and '
't>ufniti ofNegro
TERMS Three dollars in advance. _
per annum and Linseys, 'a
be enabled to exclusively Kerseys and Edward trustees of
frequently communicate Cary, r/f.
all ruleC'tllKM-ij I assortment
with VI.T.NS and! opinions antagonist ol DRUGS ,
$3 50 it t paid within six months 00 at the arid hl
intelligence of the most important char.icer. ; or $1 White and Red Flannels, James P. Calhoun &. CINES which
!l\ Chart., .
tiour own. < revler: inr I'Jj'r the end of the tJe ill .
year. Plain Jeans \ "arrant
and ,
Fancy L. composing
linn bit dn. a iionate exnor.r.it ot democratic, 1 and of the best li
I II. The Verbatim the BENJ. G. LIDDON & CO. Double twilled Tweed, firm of Calhoun quality' C '
of & Bass
Reports Proceedingsand
j ;
principle the palm! yel uiichi.i I ig a,!davor.it of ) July 31 1317.Groceries. I Merchant and will rl.
Debates of the United\Statts\ Senate which Super fancy Casameres, WilliaKi liowland William f
Southern in-tiiutiotis, the vvmcie! the proprietor is bound to furnish daily to that Super English and French Cloths, Sloan ; Duncan before tXr tri, .'
'instructive thought uiml; : : \ !proper( subjects' and Ship Stores. MCDuU-1 Goods, (j'UrchaMrp elstttrfrf)
body, ih accordance with the terms of the con- Whitney Blankets, 10, and l2qrs.1Dutlil gald Mordicai '
whetaer! : flf science, lif.er.tfr.?. or ;eiu-ral: Mtornutt | COFFEE, Java do, St. Domingo do, 1 I N. B. Physician's prescript
tract made at the close of the last session ofCongress. RIO Blankets, U lOqrs. ; signee of George W. Russ, fut hPir
):;,-:n a '\Jrd. to I--t: : i welcome visitorat I The made will at Flour We4ern do; N 0 Sugar, Denims, Kremlins and Cottonades Daniel I care and accuracy at any. heiir of trip da? \ t,
now McDou- .it
to fie i'jnnt i nic'ciunic: the arrangements SI Croix do Porto a bankrupt ;
o ice m a'i' }1h Rico do. Young Hyson; Tea, J. C. i
st'idarit: and th., farmer; s-n.il: I (b' our constant en- once fully secure to the Senate of the United lyson do, Powchong do, Souchong do, Goshen' Brown Shirting and Sheeting gald ; Joseph & Liwrcnce I March 21 Cor. Centre-; ALr

deavor and if, in ajiilioii to this, we shall States an authentic and complete record of its Butter, Chepse, Lard, Bacon Hams, Sides, Shout Cotton Osnabufgs; O'B. Branch ; William II. C"I.nt'rr'I..

b: enabled by extenh: u t.u rorcul.it ion! through i)' Debates ; anti to the p'lple-ill a greatly enlarged ders, )IolJ.s5csVhiskey, Mess and Prune Beef, Cotton Drilling and Ticking Brockenbrough and the Bankot I -
'degree benefit of the Mess and Prune Pork Linen and Cotton
the Mackerel Checks
the} interior, to strengthen the lies which bind experience: sagacity Shad Salmon, Pensacola j
t ur hfiuvj t :L..it ; a-id City together, and to I and statesmanship! ot tint !Judy to which they. herring, Sounds and Tongues Cod Fish! Tongues Irish Linen Shining and Sheeting, Defendant*.

r.e Papers, Pickles :Soap: Starch, Tobacco, Navy English, French and American Prints, I
this Court
zg S3es: <'j ItLIl i t 1 I t1? !prosperity cf l hoth, we shall N Bread Pilot do Crackers Dried by the affidavit! (it the Complainant's
Vinegar Fruits
SuJ: oar: ij">'irs ani.jly repaid. I II I I. T'tr 'proceeding and Delntts in the Jeans, 8.dl. Raisens Macaroni, Vermacelli, Arrow -, Extra jii.ier, plain and t willed Ginghams, Solicitor, that the Defendants htreinatier __________ ___________ I ID

'1") elu lie n t. continue o'ir present connection house of Represent iliois will also be given with 1 Root, Corn, OJ.sJ Buckwhe, :Mustard, Ilice. Super Cashmere d'Ercuse, naiIl dn not reside' within the \Veler Circuit

ho.vevcr, a-i.I: to d.i I all that: we would} wish fullness, impartiality, and the inmost promptitude. For sale by B. ELLISON' Ac CO. Extra super Muslin de'Laine, ()t State. of Florida, but wilhin the United

tod in the! w.flf improving II The Georgian," Eich dav'.s record will he completelymade J.tri2.i; 24 Water street. J nl"th. Scotch anc American do. States of America ; thif is that the Defendants

increased up, and appear; in the"Reporter next -- Super and figured Silks Joseph L. Hepburn' resides in the State Texa*
-we mist look for a::1: s-ipport from the Shoes and Brogans the ; ;
: ,
public : such we nosolicit and confidently ex. morn!fl. BOOTS Shoes anti Buskins by case; ; Black Silk Cravats and fancy 1k", the said Geoige/ O. Hepburn in he State of Missouri FOR I the cure of Dis rn"a T IrnVstirp,
IV. .1 Synsptiml Vine of the Proceeding ; Super English and Ponzre the said and nervi IH H! .
pect. WM.: II. BULLOCH. Men's, Boys and Youth's Sik Ikfs ; Annie E. Hepburn, and CarolineB. HENRY R. JACKSON. and Debates of alt the State Ll'giluluYt'S111 fine Brogans sexv'd; Erulihand American I lephu rn, and the Wiliam I I n.\la/d. Diarrahcni, Ciiit, We mi ati-n Cmilercy -|,

be renularly given. Men Il'r" ol Co.igress and Men's Boots Brogans ; Madras and Verona head Hkfs each in the State of New ; the htirsot; l &r. For sale urn l l- al!>- ard retail, ,

TERMS: all carsc.s of readers will 1 i thus be kept: fully and II pegged fine sewed Coots; Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose, John Peabody, dereisr-d and Daniel MrDnuz.th I j Dec 12 J' c* ALLF-V. L'iuj.t

THE DAILY GEORGIAN i it published in systematically informed of Domestic Legislation Russet For ; Super M.ireilles anti Worsted Vesting*, their tnntecy the aid Hint* 11' It SeabornJones
Snannah! at TEN DOLLARS PER ANNUM- piy- in all sections of the United ""tates. Brogans. B. hy Cotton and Flax Thread Ji-ln H. Ho\ard! and Fulward al.1 Cary trus- .Tarranl's Compound 1ii: at

able semi-annually, in advance; or, SIX DOL- V. Early InUHigrnte of all important movements Jan 23 ELLISON 2t Water-t& CO.reel.Oa Plain and t.ftli.
LARS FOR Six MOVTHS. in the Legislatures of Great Britain and Jaconet : Mii'lin*, of (ic'orge \ BIt"t a bankrupt, and Dan- :t ,

THE Till-WEEKLY GEORGIAN for the France will !be communicated by every steamer COilsiguu.cnt.TII Needle*, Pins, Tape, &('. &c tel \Ie I'niaIot! each nidf in t the State of GeoriTia ( I 4 (' '

Country i published to meet the arrangement from Europe, through reporters in London and | E subscriber! has lately received on consign-; Which have been plec'ld with great rare inNew ; I lie sud. Jai: XV. Ca-niiln-ll: Hudson A. i I .t ;..L1'

of the miil, three times a week (Tuesd.iv, Pari.[ *, who \possess peculiar facilities fur obtaining \! the full iwingarticles! : York and Host on, from Importers A-je-'ts Thornton' :Nathj'iiel! t :1. Thornton and I Duncan: / Lt;:;? rn., at i 11is ,

Thursday! atij Saturday,) at the Office of the ; information. 2 casks choice Old Port Wine ; if Mantifjctnrrrs: at the lowest market rales a-ul !' lrD'Ial each r.../!. in i the S ate of Alabama ; iu'c-g. (flit

DAILY GEORGIAN, and contains all the intelligence VI. The Genral J\"etcs of the JJalwill beriven 1" Old t tdeir.t Wine ; are now oflered at wholesale or etailon favorable! I said Joh Br.uich, a'-d Lawrence O'B. 1'f found ;* ,., ,

Coiiynercial! Political and MiseellaneoH in a condensed furm, with industry and at- 1 superior Old Scotch Whiskey ; terms by WM. G. PORTER &. Co. i. Branch, ;and William I I I II. !Brockonh'oMih: : each reside pared with the i ,.,

i including new Advertisements: published ention.! 2'c Pale &, Bro. Otard Brandy: Dec:3, ISltJ. -11 Water street. 10 the Middle I CIrcUt ot' Florida : It u there i)3) possible care, gnr.t,
iip n
Such is brief view of what the United
in the Daily Paper. a i" "DJrk Durnond Brandy; fore oxtrrcil, that the sui j I li'fei>d.mts hcreuibe-; Lg. tested ttrinciple.s
THIS PAPER is sent to all parts of the State States Reporter" isdesignedtobe.; All the plans 10 baskets London Clu )" Champaigne. O. Ellison & Co., 21 Water street tore named and every ot Idem, cl I ) a nlI upon that ii41r4,,
appear )
-and Union, or delivered in the city, at FIVE: and arrangements have been well matured, and Also, a variety of Sears, all of which will be SHIP CHANDLERY. I IMANILLA I, answer the said bill ol coniliit, r.thorwise tho 1 fir-t f>taMi.impurtaitt hfiib) the.ebrafed La.

DOLLARS per annum; or, at THREE DOLLARS the hope is confidently cheii
for six months. i S. Reporter will prove itself; an energetic, industrious McCULLY ', Wornlint. M.i line, Spurt ISi. a tnt e 11! of t horn in defiulf : Provuli-d this! <.r-l. r ___._r.li:4: ; a cntnhjnari.ilM ,-, ?,
THE WEEKLY GEORGIA, j is published dignified and perfectly independent Feb 27 Okiin. Sperm Oil, F all do. Wh.ile! do, Olive he > ;?
!)Water street. yar published in any "' 'w.a'r: ; : t""ir''f'l' i thu it rtr, iii. \ nli! rifluce ,
| a rr.i
: re r -
ournal. It will have no party views-no political L do Linsppd do. Haw do, Boiled do. ?i'lrif Turpiniin I iciv
Friday afternoon, at THREE DOLLARSper Circuit
every : o'ice a week f r I rlntl." ( : the .- > < ;' tl i 0 '.-ill. r.ihlef
>cr than
all in advance. bias. The proprietor, by the terms of his contract W; IS fAIrS and Swayne's Balsam ot Wild >, PtinfVindnw (;ilit- I'ntry, White "II ru:1 art M,,
annum- payable date hereof. I Iit, -.l I I 1 1s17.GEOTI lent dse .". .'
August 14, 1847. with the Senate the United States, is Cherry, just received and for sale by I/.id, IJ:ed do. \.lIuw! Ochre, Chromtilr ,'ir, A'.rll'' :i: |i. eb.rc. In rr any r ., ty
bound to the condition that"the pipershall contain jVov'2S J. C. ALLEN. t I'linTdld: d II., Imperial; do. rhroin,' .\'Iilowrtr.! ; : ? HAWK'NS, dtsa-c is< et.n 1\ i reientcd hv it< tn; eiycatir'n. a.I'M .

NEW ORLEANS TYPE FOUNDRY no political discussion except: the debates i!? ., Lith! rnSf, **'il;>h'ir. Brigit Varni.-h (.'o;>al Judge f fo Hu'Vh' !: (Curuit of t r h;nda. S-.le 1>\

: Shirtings! and Prints the do Tar. n 1'itrh Tiriutn'-. Paint'Rruli' : Dec 12 J.
AND It will be vehicle of NEws-not the of SHEFTINGS. by O-;lf. ; Cool R.-sD.-Lr.&II-G.fR CS ALLEN, Dinig.aliL'u's .
:Printers' Furnishing Warehouse. organ low for cash hv "', \"'! .!l.>, TV ,1", Prr il do. Clamp do, 1: COI.tin'Ir. 'pi"I.! : r. 2')-Irn
any set of opinions. The grand) aim of the subscriber B. ELLISON & CO. F I.I'/ Black, Gb olk.'hiiin.! .:, i KM{ ."la DUCK En: S ,
JVb. 17 Canal sti tet How. is to establish at the Scat of Government, Jan 23 21 Water li-h
THE undersigned beg leave to announce to a faithful and prompt reporter of all sorts of in- Afreet. m i I" .IIJ'I I 1:1 l> Jlil;. N'ai'-s CO(",UT
and Printer, that they have established llisence-a responsible agent, on which the Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry. ,Jo T.ICKi, Ship[ s>;> .'. )Boat flo. Hr.idf, Srrcvv.: of Florida.IX I I .

: a complete and extensive TYPE FOUNDRY politician, the business man, the manufacturer, ) DOZEN, just received and for sale bv Tack Screws, Anchor.H.tn! >l-'ik"s1| rap-tain; 1 ADMIRALTY. :ft
in this city. The Book Letter of this t the mechanic, and one interested in the 1' !B irOir..*, Blocks: Slnve, Jib Hanks I Hand I
every April 10 II. I F. Daniel
ABELL.Hops N. McLean and
Foundry was cut to order by workmen of long affairs Congress and the Government, may relyat :: Pump Deck B'tclff! Cedar. do, D'ck Hrooni-,, I j ) __
Corn do Sarvinsdo Ax,' Ax,* others, owners ('f thsteirn --
Canlkiic Mallets s,
experience, and as no expense; vas spared to all times with implicit con! tlencc. I
i Flflv-s'looks' and Tliim'ilf.Box Hooks: Bile do, boat .\ ta,
obtain the handsomest faces and to perfect i if in ;!:
It fs believed that the establishment of
a L FRE3II Fall Crop, for sale by C In do Cotton do, Boil do, Fi-h do, Cnilkin<; vs. } liTl for C. Ilision.
every respect we will venture to say it will be reliable Journal of Intelligence, on terms which 17 H. F. ABELL.! Irons, Making: Iron', Marline[ Sjiike:, Ship, cr- :I The Steam Boat :, :
found as handsome, if not the handsomest in the it within the reach of the of 11illl
place great masses iv rs B'lz Dipivr; ; Cook's llb's. Torment'-rs: her tackle! I
United States. We have: also a very handsome the people, at the commencement of what promises QUININE: Camphor: and Piperine, !ust re. Diyi 1er., Ci>m(>.nse5, Sail i I Netd leg. S.i il Twine, I fiir-iituri ap; ; ltl a:11

assortment of Flowers and Job Letter of the latest to be a most interesting! and eventful periodin for sale by : is
to which would call the d I H'fnrnpr-s I II.itcliPt I hereby "ivc'-i tl:1rHI! -n it mnv
style, we attentionof the history of Congressional! proceeding, will L April 17 II. F. ABELL. Pn-np hovrls', ? NO
Printers before purchasing elsewhere. AU be regarded with favor by all classes of the community ---- --- A'i'irs: : PI-IT'S IIuids-iw.s[ Cs iiitda't... I H.uid.-.iw: j! I hat hy irtne a-i attachment: ,I; .

,articles manufactured by us shall be of a mate- and: having thus stated! his thEsuhcriber Sarsaparilla Syrup.UT Files: Hat Tail I ito, Iron rj'imre.s Clplo.lfl Locks I! warrant ufarrpsr. i-t.iuil in the above rau-p. I II cA.4D1.t' : Llii1)i't6L.
Tial equal it not superior to manufactured I ; objects, received, and for sale by Stock do.. Hooks and! Staples. ; "t. lock.: j have "tiz..1nd taken I hi-above iif !iiinr.ed Etean I, 1 J.t re'i'f(lvfn 1' \Id, \\\:\t nul ..i( ire .in: -

at the North and shall any sell at New respectfully solicits a liberal and general J JlIoe 1'1 II. T.i1P.LT.. WoodNUVS Pfn'lint I ll-vilyards! I laud Lines, i i il"cep Boil Euflb, her tackle, apparel! am! fmmlure. r., r< i t f pi:'>I', I l4 'ie \\IU! ri" 1 if. \t ; as we Type support from the enlightened public of the ---- --- ------ ) Sea do, T.o do, Fish Hand! ( ,.- i, .
do. Depp to an.\'r to tlU lib-lfilt-d I 1 flwcin. t< r (! -r'. >'- .II Lr o -: 11." ; i ; : ux
York prices we trust to meet with encourage- United States. \1OTAT'S LIFE PILLS[ AND/ PHOENIX[ : Sea do Shel! do B do, : < wt I"1'
1 Ir Funnels Lanthornj j for a colli-ion, in a cause civil!t .id : 11"I. }... ii h.In \"ho !>ave A i if, r. bt F.'ElPRRIlR
- rnent. JAMES A. HOUSTON, LV1 BIITERS, just received and for sale by ChlkLin' s Pitch Pot, L.s Books! C.injo" do.B"I.yin That the said r.rrtrl-. !. ; I lo antl.er edirn-e tl'"t
process i i- r-t bt t tr II.. : t.(
We are now prepared to manufacture BRASS; Sfcnozrapher to the Senate of the U. S.J3 Nov 21 J. C. ALLKV.: ? Pin, Tri: Ware, Crockery}', Carpenter's'S 1Irh. < r tff
I (!h -fi t h ,
District Cort of the Uniti .*',Ir. < fi.r the Nr>rt? -is r u I it i* ron n n w i? iJ Iln.U
RULE and TYPE of any magnitude ,,'ithprornpt- (; The United States Reporter will bo Tools Simpson POMS &c Vc.Aiuhcliicola. ( .
ness.! We would also particularly call the attention and h3nhome I I niin: anti ICopc. : Jan. 23. IS 17. em District of Florida, at the Clerc-! ,>{!:;l'(' -. dr-tr. \ WORMS) AND 1 1\\ !ICLR.1h
printed on a large : heet. issued
PCS Kv-ntiickyBiK-ing said C'"irt, in the of it tettiC'.Ii I UK HOLE: SYl i.V.: l.i-t it
of Printers to LEADS ; ; city Al! > th rl d\: .
our having an en 10 0 /
tire new set of moulds by which we are enabledto every$3 morning; except Sundays, at the rate of t I )1) coils Rope ; GREEN & COVVR'IY! No. .3-1- Watertrect I, third Mondiv ((17th I day) of .1-! I'.
furnish a perfect article. We"are also Agents per annum. .1 bales[ Rising Twin, for a-ife by I'll' r '7>?iveJ and iifr! for Sale. A. :.1 at vv'iich; tirnr and l lis ;>!: LI!.:' sj.: I l'"f". : IN 'II 5 P. MIM.AU.I i :

for the sale of the Napier Wa-hington, and I In connection with the WM. G PORTER &. CO. 12" sides: 'Jr "i Rio Cot'te, (new crop ;) to ( heard. .UVEL< OF( i IILI? nn.n.re: ; *-, .
daily will
Smith Presses which together with Chases, paper D'r .5 41 Water !street. 1UO turrets V .rtlierri a-i j>
be issued from the establishment .
Case, Composing Sticks Furniture Ink, and same 200: OM, Rectified Whiskev: ; in the year IS 17. RoE! :; I MVRRS, i ne-t i in rr r nGtrt tKr: ',. ...

very other article required in the Printing business i- The Mirror of Congress.This Iron, Nailc.. lOa boxes while, pale and brown Soap ; { :S. :br.h:1: and l h> r'HloiI, it tirr i ; t -fic; I ti r v\< tcnn.am .

will be kept on: hand and furnished at publication will contain exclusively the 20 TONS Swede [Iron, assorted sizes ; 5 I1ll4 N. O. S'igar ; ;do Mu-covadodo, ; hv II.! R T.n ,1 in tle ho dy !II I# t,; rr]J. .* in .u .T --

tnanfacturer's prices. Reports of the Proceedings and Debates of the t IC)') kegs: Nails, do. 2:) casks B icon Sides and Shoulders; May 22, IS 1 te 1!-lf 'I the .vMem, aid .tl.., ltit I : >- .r:.ri {

Editors and Printers wishing to eatablish a Congress of the United Slates.; It will be issued 4 casks Weeding Hoes, assorted qmlitiei: ; 5 .1 Ham* ; ;il\jv. 'I; |-rovril Ly it- H.M \, '." *. .ttar
Newspaper or Job Printing Otf.ce will be fur semi-weekly in an elegant quarto form throughout 2'J Blacksmith Steel Faced Anvils;! CO birrels Clarified Sugar ; I'ai.ldil Circuit Court, -' dL-coverfd. .
20 English and American Vises ; 10 boxes Loaf do [ FLOP.IDA. The Canadian Vermfne i- r. r t-
nished! with an estimate in detail for the same the sessions Congrcs, and will be furnished ;
2'J! Bellows: ; 5'J' Candles Chares Panrd.h"l hi.lllcaud t is niuch iidre"I _.;ii: i ut.. rtc, <'.
the Sperm
by stating the size of the paper or the particular to subscribers at rate of two dollars for the 12 dozen and ; ;. ''re ] 1)
style and quantity of rork to he executed. long: session and one dollar for the short session Spades Shovels; 20' barrels N E Rum ; Barnard and Charle lt hfl.Preprl'l

b:,- The proprietors of newspapers who will I It is believed that this great national work will; 10 Collins' Aye! ; 1U White's Baltimore Gin ; Larkin. Merchants } flot.Iy JOHN U': ,t: .1 Co., K
Aftachmrnt.trading .
publish this advertisement six months and send bee deemed indispensable in the library of every 10 bxs: Cotton and Woolen Cards: ; 10 Domestic( Brandy; unllt.rthe I. Maiden[ Lanl t\ Y"I ik.II. .
to office institution ; 1 case Rowland's: Cast Steel Mill SawsJ: ; 10 N 0 firm. S'imai.v' <'r ro'$43rI I I I' F. AHFLL: Aznt'
a paper our weekly will be paid for the public politician, and professional lola se.; of Barnard Ad .
advertisement by pnrrhasing six times the amount man, throughout the country and that it will be 1000' IDS Cast and German Steel, for sale by \ 50 boxes English Oairy Cheese ; &. Co." Uil" I Damages $S'/'JU.' Jan "for Apabr hicrla.

advertising bill in regarded by the great mass of the people as 'thevc" WM. G. PORTER & CO. 50'' pieces Kentucky Bagging ;
Type.GREEN ',* Deft 4 41 Water street.MOFFATS VS. The Great CanadianWIXEU'S ,.
30 coils
& CO., > ;political text book for their own instruc- Rope; Jlhn Dill. j

_May 11, IS 17. 19-#)' 17 f'nnaNrv.. tto 5 e; 'hat of their children. LIFE PILLS AND PIIcENI.[X 10' bales Alicant Mats; Defendant and all interested PKCTOUAL, SYRl'FOF
SO( bxsand hlf.bxs Mai.! Raisins THE others wi HOKEIIUUND LLEcAPA.\E.:
Di&i5s; .\; MteciLe'.. just received and for sale by ; (necrp) ; notice of the institution of the ah e Unrivalled! for the Coughs-, Cold- A1IE1ittin !
: I'H"'rb'r !TH 3.Ht rer.uvj rr rp 'entarnvils IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. Nov 28 H. F. ABELL, Dr'ig.i.t. 10 Lemons ; suit by attachment, returnable to the December J ? of Illod: ClrtI.r, Cough, .'.iilhtly !-.
7.j Tobacco
fro n .'t' v' Yi-r*, ,-. f.nJ\\ : co-n- Throughout the session!: of Congress, Extras! Saratoga Water. .Manural'tlred ; Term 1S17, Franklin Circuit Court, and will ol ?. Pleuri.-y, Coiiuni'iieo,

plete stork:' co-.gurinc in part: S'lip'f: ; Qn.nin. will be issued: from the office of the United and Pints fresh, lor sale 2o cases assorted Pickles; appear and plead thereto, according'to law.CARRAIVAY and all l>iea-ea vt ihe Luni.Eronchitis :
:30' barrels Mackerel Nos 2 and
States Repoiter containing the of QUARTS 3 ; a oiiease that
.b i'- reports all is "\\
:%, Hv J. J. it. Ca ; .uc: Potat tKM -,<". 17 H. F. ABELL. SMITH. t.tl'iIc!
Murrats aid !-11'U.; !: of Mor.inine, Lnner Ci ,-tl(". such Debates as. may possess peculiarly exciting 20 halt obis! do do ; PlaintifPsttore'". -aiKf.s: ti, a preiiiuture !rave under tl.e i..neC.risumi.tncan .'

Chltri.l.f G.:!1.1 aiJ Sotlun: C3o! !>i: .Lh[ ", interest. Blank Books and Stationery. 20 boxes assorted S) rups; Apalachicola, April 13, Ibl7. apriI17 H-lm be curtd by u:ir this ntCicine.

Ipicac I') !Jt.i", Rh'ihirb! Pmvr. :and Flo;,t, S.-n- All subscriptions and communications to be Journals Day Books;, &c. 20 J chests and boxes Gunpowder :and! Hy ;

fla, EJMTH; Suit!*, Barhn: Ltaves, CdVnr Oil I, pist-paid, and addressed; LEDGERS Foolscap and Letter Paper; son Teas ; Franklin Court. For several years paotlhls n.idii'ine I lashf*.

Siialitz PJ..1er'1. Sds- P.1'-j"rl. Subht'r, flower JAMES A. HOUSTON, Cotton Memorandum Books ; 1(" ) chests and boxes Powrhong Teas ; D. K Dodge, Cia'cui in use in Can. 'ufj, v\ !Il'rt it Jjs; becoir unmwily -
United States Rl'porlerVashingloll, D. C. 2 half pipes Old Cognac Brandy ; known, and i is cfnxdrred the rrdi
and role Copperas, .t iteter, Alun Aloes.Calcinl July 31 1817. Ship and River Bills Lading; '' vs. > !N CHA CEKY. :
aii Cur1) of ivl:tgneM, Gum Camphor, All newt-pipers throughout the United Slates Boooks lor Letter Press. 1 kegs Nails* 'Heidsieck", assorted! size Champagne ; James C. Wati.n, e
Flax ? !. B MT. Also\ a large s'laplv of M.ortl who publish this Prospectus once a week from Blank Bills of Exchange and Checks 2 bbl Pilot and Navy Bread; D. K Doe, ) success \hich has ath'"dttlt" r.se in tll ni.

wlm Wa.re.a1J i ceieril: assortment f this W till the meeting of Congress: will be en- Just' t icceived and for sale by 3: tierces Rice ; vs. V Bill for Partition.' try, and I Ihe man} I truly votidriiul ('ln" .blt'

all arlirl i in the Drag line. For ale by tilled to an exchange with the United States March 1 H. F. ARELL. new ; D. McDongald, ct. a!. ) have been efK-cfrd; bIt' has iiitticeil! Ihi rrpri

__Jonoli H. .F. BELL. Reporter," and will he placed on the list of thooe 20 kegs and quarters new Bnckwheat ;J (*1 FORGE W ROSS filed tors to introduce it iiilothe I mttd St.tt>, C"""-
having a petition
10 whom the Extras wilHie despatched. For Sale, 200 bushels Norther Oats VTthe22d on fidenl ot its being the *.Ir.aid v.,(rubletf
: 1"1
'Farrtnt's ruerveceal Seltzer IS 16, praying to have a
certain -
5 1SJ6. \pri
Apalachicola ,
100 BRLS FI'OURW; MIs-! Whiskey ; amount med everiliscovered, and adapted; ft- ."i di-w*
in Court
I money belonging I to
:terihlt. State of Florida. 50 bbls. Molasses; 20 hhds Su?'\r. defendants, of the; !lung's, \\ hen .tn) ot tIt ..iii.cii (::11 fj
TTALT11 'lltwtT: :f), and: an invigorated COUNTY OF 1 FR\NKLIN. Just landed from schooner!: Ann'and for sale 'rolacco. fees the appropriated the payment ol hi! perform I lrlatnr llr I la"I Iy : ... > ** '
LJ. ail *11.'tt'1fJI! 'nliti-in of bolv produced HALF d as Counsellor and Solicitor of said defendants I'II .
virtue ofth. vested in tow for cash, hy t"lufolctur W L Roane"Brand. Insist grateful and '
BY power me by law, !I and the : soi I hint: ir.!. it 'l'
: ; matter having: been referred
brt of torne
in : expose! fir sal? before the Court House March 27 NOURSE STONE & CO. I as Master r fl functions it.t tilehll s\"ltll, tin: mts r : 'vCitement
APElUFNTr.This : boxes Manufactured ': W Price" A Special in Chancery to act and report "
door in the city r 41 Bran
: ) Ap tt.vhie'bh Franklin; hal J. ill Csoreness '
prepiration is iniversilly allowed to be coni r- HATS and Caps by t he case low for cash by : (10. upon the same, after having given =30 dis' whtfXl''I'C.. aldYI t ">"
the *
ty on Monday *
twenty-fifth day of Octobe :1" notice hy puin, and l i ; \ \ jtitit
B. ELLISON It i is .ttrll.1'1,111
the most popular remedy of the present day for next at the usual' hO'I.-. of sile! so ,much of I the ---- __&-CO.- R"V Barlow" luhlil'atio/ papers. there- ed vigor and daql;i'lt.II I I \\ I., It[ f-
the prevention and cure of Indigestion Bilious lands lyingoppo-jite the t'ih'nfp..ltchicMIt.: am For Sale IS 22 Ib boxes: J W Morgan" Ire ofltrfl Watson soid George W. Ross the defen I'' Prepared and oldlr>tule! atd Ifif ntail, b)
and Liver Complaints, Nervous Weakness, Headache known as Cat Point with the I inds 1-2 lb Lumps. et. al., and al others JOHN I\*.
adj >mini: as I fk IIHDS. choice N 0 Sugar interested, to WINER &Co S3 Maiden I. rr>
Heartburn, habitual Costiveness &c. will be sufficient HItkp. the ; 5 boxes Minufactured "J W Morgan" BrandPremium. appear bf"rE me in cilv of .
tit sin of Ttiree Hundred IIr)0 bbls Flour, hy I t the York, sole |iri>inetor f r the lTi.r fStaU>*
Apahchicola on
seventh ;t of i
Traveller and residents in warm climates will ( ) April next,
and Seventy Dulhrs: and costs! for the Feb 2 NOURSE STONE then and there (11) 11. F. ABELL,
& CO. to
find.it a desirable! article ; it prevents any accumulation amount of the State Taxes due' from the Apalachicola -.- _ -.- boxes Nap tive claims, &c. present or their respec- 1 Jan { f, r .\!..,)hChI1'l3..'fr .t
of bile, is portable and the method of leon's" Brand "Magnolia." ---
Company on the additional quan. OIL, just receivedand for sile I by J-
preparation is unusually convenient. Children tily of assessable. lands lying! in this county, aiV tl I SALAD i n H. t P." AH r.r. : boxes :hnlf..ctured Nap CARRAWAY SMITH, Balsam of Li" ('" c'.

have frequent occasion for genjle and cooling liable to Tax for the year o-ie thousand eight hundred leon's" Brand "Strawbery. Apalachicola Siecial Master in Chancery.. I U REMEDY most ,I'f'r t ,': s !; i t\\ ": 1'diocovered 1

purgatives; they will take this aperient in pre and forty-five. Bay Ruin. 50 2'lb boxes Manufactured. Nap 0- : March (fi. 1S17. 8t in >ettl tt i ( i ; 11'. J.
t rfho
ference to any other. Sold wholesale and retail by i JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff AFRESH supply of A. French's superior leon's" Brand Magnolia." fjt; heari'iir of the above matter is postponed Complaint; or alf,1 tin : .- tIn': ,

Nor 5. J. C. ALLEN. Druggist.!: &.c. i and ex-officioTax Collector for Franklin: Co. just received and for sale hv 9 boxes Manufactured' :Iornrll" 1nneDew( \ until Friday the lRfh.in. I Ion the Chrono-Tfiernidl' I h:. I... \i It ttj.1 :

NOTICE. I Apalachicola, April21, 1 1S47. I. -' mPeter's June 12 ._l H.- F. WLL.. 10 Cntes Crockery ; 1 ffOI' Floril' .{k paJlrhinlalral) 1317- 13-lt I[ Doctor TAYLOR'S I r.l.ii I! ", I: .. ','it'. I' :
:30; doz Nero Caps 10 assurfed." hearing: above matter is postponed I Genuine
; d'l7 Iftp.t..
having business with the subscri : Dry Goods. until I he 3ith Jine H.\LSAl or ; \
PERSONS Vegetable Antibillioiis I Car'ietinu Cotton Cards,Trace Chair .
I pares at 313 BOWERY. 111 t iitW't'now l
/; their absence from the city. will Pills. DRILLINGS::. Tickinzs, Cotton 0 naburgs, For n.rr.\n low to close consignments hy Apalichicolipril 21 I, IS 17. 15.2m .1.t I

please to apply to Mr. Charles A. Green. supply, just received and for eY t Jean*, Flan-ieU!: Blankets LOCKHART & YOUNG, ftj-:: The hearing of the above matter i is postponed I and has espoused by several en UK. 11 11>!' ..Ji I ;
July 12 J. DAY CO. AFRESH saleby Tweeds, Shirtings infil : been for a long time, ll -sm' t c
A 17 Sheetings, Checks, 33 till } )rh of November next. I
H. F ABEL: Nov. 11 Water street unparalleled !success which has attended r "|or.Taylor's .
Ball's and Sand's Ginghams, Calicoes Delanes, Hosiery, &c &:.c. Apalachic-la; July 3{, IS 17. I
Pressed Castor Oil and For sale by B. ELLISON CO I tC'llltnc performing its wold'01cures
Saratoga Water, & and i
RSAPARILLA, just received, for sale by COLD Oil Cloths Carpets.1Q bane"
S received and for sale by Jan 23 23 Water street. Franklin Co many, very many ca5,
Land 2
June 12 II. F. ABELL. PCS OilCloth, yards wide; Barnard Ci'cul I" I been almost incredible, but the conclusive flnV
April 10 II. F. ABELL. Adams ,
Coffee. Yeast and Soda Powders of the; 1O 3 pcs super Ingrain Carpeting; vs. & 1 I the Doctor ran bring.forward are irresislibl,*rwe 4

BAGS RIO, for tale by 'Florida Molasses. SEIDLITZ for sale by 3 Cotton John Dill and Elizabeth}( In Chanceiv. I advise all who may have collar* T fiffl1'"'*

100 May 15 J- DAY & CO. I N tierces and.barrels, for sale oy July 17 J. C. ALLEN. 2 Stair Ann Dill. j I I II colds even, to use this perfect specific Itl!'I' t tI
For WM. G. PORTER fe CO.
B. ELLISON & CO. sale by delay. Franklin W* '
says a small
been made to
CREAM TARTAR and for sale and by Tamarinds just re- Feb 20- 24 Water street.! SULPHATE and MURIATE of QUININE:, Dec 41 Water street.Boots .. IT the having defendants J.hn Dil artpenrhv and Elizahtth affid.ni Ann that bidT ship." Therefore:, cure your lek11(( be5"

Window Glass. 17 and Shoes.BOY'S Dil. reside out n| the of Florida, to wit your lungs are |pat cnre. For falt"y
April 17 H. F. ABELL. July J. c. ALT "fo N'. : for
J. C.
A LARGE lot, of assorted sizes, just received j -.- and Men' Russet Brosrans; i th.1 State orGeor ia. It {, ordered that p'1bl1atlon -LLEN. Agent .

Congress Water and for sale by Hoarhoiind Calldy.nEASE'S '" sew'd and npjj'd Kip Brogans ; be made for four months, in some newspaper Apalachicou.CAUTION

I N pints and quarts just received for sale by June 12 H. F. ABELL.Bailey's Clarified Essence of Hoarhound Gents fine Calf Rrosrans : printed in the city of Apalachicola, reqil a. -The genuine Doctor T.\Yl'.I

June 12 H. F. ABELL. r Candy just received and for sale by Wrn'f nez'd and spw'd Shoes:: ; Children's do. rinar them 4o appear and answer said lull, else it BAL'M or LIVERWORT, has on the but"'

Tonic mixture. June 2 H. F. ABELL.: Suner Lndfes Kid and Morocco hoes:: ; will be taken pro con fe.so. splendid steel plate engraving, to prevent CC .
Panacea. is a valuable fluid extract of terfeits signed i by Gurdon J. Leeds, "
o. THIS compound -- Snp- Ladies' coarse and fine Calf Boot. THOMAS:: BALTZELL, Jud e. any a
HOUCK and SW AIM'S Panacea just received and Rubra a vegetable febrifuge Carpenter's Extract of Buchu. A large and extensive assortment just received July 2,1. 1817. 2S-lm vile and dangerous: imitations, and the publi.a
sale jl for the cure of Fever and Sold : cautioned not to purchase deal in it,, I
by Ague. by WARRANTED genuine, for sale by and for sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO. and Lavander or
June 12 H. F. ABELL. June 12 H. F. ABEL J. C. ALLEN. nee 5 41 Water street. ROSE 17 Water J.C.ALLFN.for sale by protected by the U. S. Copy Right 1\:

March 21. 1846. 12-Iy






,I .--.1.,..-,..,...... .- .. ,.:
-.00-; =- 7Rvi? JSSi .. 1. ..
- -