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VOLUME V.]- APALACHICOLA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER_ -l, 18-17. [NUMBEK0. :.


23 us il Js riTtoirs.

BENJAMIN ELLizON. WV ILI.I :m A. \V,, _.
B. Ellison & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND DEALERS TN
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE,
TIN WARE, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
CAPS. CRnFCKEKRY, SHIP
Cr-[AN iLLhY, Cc.
24 Water street,
Jan 23 Apalachicola, Fa.
E. J. IHardin,
.FACTOR AND' A" MISSIONN MERCHANT,
.- Otti,:, No. '. Columbus Buildings,
Jan 16i Apalachicola, Fa.
*.. Robert,. Allen & Co.,
E'.LERS IN I[\ARDWARE AND SHIP
'CHANDLERY, IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
SPIKES, AND CASTINGS,
._*ii,,,,., of Tin, Iron, and, Cop-
per Wares.
Dec 12 Apalachicola, Fa.
WM. W. SIMS. WM. W. CHEEVER.
Sims & Cheever,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Office No. 21 Water street.
dec12 Apalachicola, Fla.
W. T. WooD. E. B3. 3BALLoU.
%V-ood & l allo ,
C O M MM ISSI O N MERGE H1 ANTS,
SOffice No. 42 Water street.-Up stairs.
Jan 36 Apalaehicolo, Fa.
'Tlhomtas Preston,
COMMISSION MERC HANT AND TOBACCO
INSPECTOR AND BROKER.
No.'23 Water st.-Office second back room.
Dec 26 Apalachicola, Fa.
J. lI. dc S. M[. ,ItiLaS
'FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCI.ANT.,
S> : No. 48 Water street,
SDec 12 APAILACHICOLA, FA
'. Charles Rogers John Muin. Eugene W. Rogers.
Clias. It0-,v'm. &, Co.,
COMMISSION M ElCHANTS,
Water street,
dec 12 Apalachicola, Fa
C. A. GREEN. C. H. COXNERY.
Green & CotUcery,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 36, Water street.
APALACHICOIA, FA.
Pelican 3i ''/ I, Insurance: Co. of New York.
SCHIAS. A. G!.EEN, Agent.
Dec 5 No. 30 Water street.
.Toli S. Ilaitclli"iSOi!,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
M E RC HANT,
... No. 50 Watir street.
S dicits patronage. APALAdCtIiOLA., Fa.
Jas. aF. ',rior,
GENERAL RE(i '.tv'-, 'F) K WAR DING ,
\ CO H-M-Il, .i :'. [ERCItANT
) No. 50 Water street.
> Dec 5 Apalalchcola, Fla.
P- IV. e se aie,,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
,L i ,', a hare ol Public Patronage.
Oct C_ 1, APALACHICOLA, FA.

s.-] i,,'; ME ,C HA NTS,
N.. 1.3. -r. Charles Streel,
N *\.'-Orleans
SA'extrV'W#S. Co.ooI. AMos IIORN.
'feb S.
41 wward MIccCaully,
A AUCTIONEER,
rOffice No. 50, Water street,
S Jan 16 Apalachicola, Fa.
D Danfortln,
; AYTCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
S" AND GENERAL AGENT,
SEUFAULA, ALA.
,* Cotton bought on order.
S. Refers to
B3. F. HOLDEr, New Orleans.
*eG. DWINLAP, C
Messsrs. WYLIE & McKENZiE, ) a a,'icla.
J, 8. HUtcmmrsoN, "


s: ... 1" '0afrssf0o ,l Wo'fO~ rsi,


WM, SYDNEY (iREEN,.. 1.
May be found at his residence, corner of
Centre and High streets, opposite the Mansion
House. Nov 8.


Dr. A. W. Chliapnman,
03 Office over the Drug Store of B. S. Hawley,
(entrance on Chestnut street.) Residence at the
house lately occupied by Dr. Baltzell.
January 10, 1846. 2-tf


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

A. G. Semmes,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
^- Office, Xa'o 2 Capt. Smnmon's Building,
eor; of Centre & Commerce streets.
Pov5 Apalachicola, Fla.

H. EI. Owens,
., ATTORNEY AT LAW,
U .AYTON, Barbour County, Alabama.
April. 29, 1846. 2-tf


Jolhn Bilbo,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ALBANY, GA.
WTILL practice in the several Courts of the
South.-Western Circuit, and Thomas and
St-wait. counties
Aygt5,1845. .: 31-tf


T, UMBER [NSPECTOR.-The undersigned
_L-- having been appointed Inspector of Lumber
for the County of Franklin, offers his services to
the'pubhlicin that rapacity, aid will attend to all
duties pper,taining to said appointment.
*_ .- CORNELIUS GRADY.
.- arc 'i, lS45. -


B. i'. Nourse, H. B. Stone, It. W. Brooks.
Nourse, Stone & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 46 Water street
Dec 12 Apalacliieola, Fla.


Lockliart & Young.
COMMISSION and FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
No. 53 Water street,'
nov21 Apalachicola, Fla
- J : i'.r iii \n l'H I_ 'i' ]" .,i; J. Day & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 52 Water street,
Dec 5 Apalaehicola, Fa.
0 2p-Also, Agents for the EtnaInsurance Co."
the "Protection Insurance Co." and the "Hart-
ord InsuranceCo." IHartford Conn.
Miwaper & lIolmaes,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS'
also,
.sient.lfir the
SUN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
of the Cityf" f Xew York,
No. 51 Water street,
Dec 12 Apalaehicola, Fa.
Waitn. x. Porter & Co.
DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
No. 41 Water Street,
Dec 5- Apalaohicola, Fa.
D. B. Wood & Co.,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
No. 7, Columbus Row,
Nov. 23, 18416. Apalaehicola, Fla.
ALVA WYLIE, WM. A. MCKENzIE.
Wylie 69& Mclc ienzie,
COMMISSION. MERCHANTS,
No. -1" Water street,
Sept. 1, ISil. Apalaehicola, Fa.
8. & J. Schtlrer3.
WHOLESALE AND RET If. (;I,-,CER,
SParticular attention paid to ,.. i"r family,
steamboat and ship stores.
No. 49 Water street,
Nov. 1 t Apalachicola, Fla.
IH. F. AbeI,
Wf-VOLE;SAL- AND RETAIL,
DEALER IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS,
OILS, GLASS, &c., &,c.
AlMs-A general assortment of Statinery.
C')r. of Cthestaut and Water streets,
April 11 Apalachicola, Fa.

.No. 2 Columbus Bui'ldings,
Dec. 20, 1S45. Apalachicola, Fa.
'.12 3nj sa?,niaaI 'Saler, ,
CO M MI SSION ME RClHANT,
No. 43 Water street-Up stairs,
D['c. f, IS 15. Apalachicola, Fla.
ALBERIT DODGE. CHARLES PRATTr.
Dodge & P'ratt,
SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water Street,
Nov. '2 Apalachicola, Fa.
11~ A U.Wayf8r,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANT
No. 22 WVater-street,
sept !v Apalachicola.
H. R. \VooD.
Wood & Co.
AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION
MERCH11ANTS,
No. '2 Columbus Bfluilding,
Oct. 31. Apalachicola
T. I-Alustli & Co.,
CO MMI S S ION MERCIIANTS,
No. 45 Water Street,
Oct. 24. Apalaehicola, Fa.
J1. C. Allea,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS,
GLASS, BRUSHES, &c., &c.
also,
./t general assortment of
BOOKS, BLANKS, STATIONERY, &c., &c:
cor. of Chesnut Commerce streets,
Dee 4 Apalachicola, Fla.
B. S. '-?rwIey,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCIIANT,
No. 2S Water street,
Dec 5 Apalachicola, Fa.


Avery& Sones,
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 43 Water street.
Dec 5. Apalachicola, Fa.
ElIwardl McCullly,
COMMISSION MERCHANT AND DEALER
IN DRY GOODS AND) GROCERIES,
No. 50 Water street.
Dec 5 Apalachicola, Fa.


State of ]Florida.
COUNTY OF FRANKLIN.
BY virtue of the power vested in me by law, I
shall expose for sale before the Court House
door, in the city of Apalachieola, Franklin coun-
ty, on Monday, the twc ,i. -.6i1l, day of October
next, at the usual hours of sale, so much of the
lands lying opposite the city of Apalachicola, and
known as Cat Point, with the lands adjoining, as
will be sufficient to make the sum of Three Hun-
dred and Seventy Dollars and costs, for the
amount of the State Taxes due from the Apa-
lachicola Land Company on the additional quan-
tity of assessable lands lying in this county, and
liable to Tax for the year one thousand eight hun-
dred and forty-five.
JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff
and ex-officio Tax Collector for Franklin Co.
Apalachicola, April24, 1847. 15-Gm


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


C OLD Pressed Castor Oil and Saratoga Water,
just received and for sale by
April 10 H.F. ABELL.
TFlorida Molasses.
N tiercesanddbarrels, for sale oy
B. ELLISON & CO.
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.
THIS is a valuable comnpbound fluid extract of
Cinchona and Rubra, a vegetable febrifuge
for the cure of Fever and Ague. Sold by
June 12 H. F. ABELL,


0 0ortu..

HOLINESS TO THE LORD.
BY RUNGE.
There blooms a beautiful fl6wer1
It blooms in a far-off land;
Its life has a mystic meaning,
For few to understand.
Its leaves illume the valley;
Its oder scents the wood ;
And if evil men come-near it,
They grow for the moment good.
,. When the winds are tranced in slumber;
SThe rays of this luminous flower
"Shed glory more than earthly
O'er the lake, and hill, and bower!
The hut, the lhn, the palace,
Yea, earth's forsaken sod,
- Shine out in the wondrous lustre
That fills thle fiea-vens of God.
Three kings came o-ce to a hostel,
Wherein lay the flower so rare ;
A star shone over his roof,
And they knelt adoring there.
Whenever thou seest a damsel
Whose young eyes dazzle and win,
0, pray that her heart may cherish
This flower of flowers within !


J*ZQtlUIFOceanron,


WHO IS HAPPY ?
It has frequently been remarked that hap-
piness is ;he object of every man. But how
few attain it in this world The present is
always an hour of restlessness and anxiety,
and the happy to-morrow" which we so
constantly promise ourselves, never arrives.
Earthly happiness is always in prospect and
never present, As objects are smoothed and
rounded, and shorn of their asperities by
(distannce, so days to come are fondly imagin-
ed to) be stripped of the difficulties and mtis-
fortunes that attend those that are gone;
and as the presence of the 'ock or cliff
proves that the smooth and even appearance
it wore while at a distance was deceptive
and not real, so the arrival of each day
proves that the happiness with which we
fondly beheld it crowned while it was yet in
futurity was delusive and imaginary. But
such is the nature of man, that, let his pre-
sent prospects be ever -so dark and gloomy,
he ever sees the rainbow of promise just be-
fore him, bending beautifully amid the
clouds of adversity, while Hope comes
waving his peace branch through she gloom,
and -,',h-' himn to exult in the belief that all
shall yet be well.
Hope springs eternal in the human breast
Man never is, but ever to be blest!"
Who is happy? We see around us a
busy multitude of human beings, engaged
in a thousand different pursuitis-some in
the bloom of youth, some in the vigour of
manhood, and some in the decline of life'.
Every one is going his own way, and has a
different end in view. Some are striving
"to climb the steel) where fame's proud
temple shines afar;" others are content to
keep the noiseless teuour of their way,"
free from the jars and bustle that agitate
the world of aspirants after renown; some
are delving the earth fora scanty subsis-
tance; others are sending their vessels to
foreign shores, to return ladened with goods
and wvares; some are in their shops, eagerly
lplying themselves at the business of handi-
craft; others are lounging about highways
and public places, destitute of the means of
employment. We see a thousand different
faces ; some adorned with the rosesof youth
and beauty, others deformed with the wrink-
les of age and care. We hear a thousand
different voices; some melodious with the
tones of mirihli amnd joy, others heavy with
the notes ol sonri.m and canimplaint. The
world presents a varied aspect of idleness
and industry, of health and disease, of beau-
ty, and deformity, of wealth and poverty, of
vice and virtue, of splendor and obscurity, of
ignorance and knowledge, of gayety and
wretchedness; and one would think that
amid such a diversity of circumstances
and employment surely some were happy.
But a smile is not always jhe index of a
heart full of peace and pleasure. The bo-
som that wears the brightest rose is some-
times a prey to the keenest anguish! and the
individual who seems to be happy ih revel-
ling amid the flowers of luxury often feels
the rugged, briers that lie concealed among
them!
Who is happy The warrior sends his
conquering armies to the battle plains, hurls
the thunders of his artillery against all who
d(are to resist his mandate, and wreathes his
brow with laurels from the field of blood.
The statesman busies himself with the
multiplicity of public affrirs, and causes lis-
tening senates to hang upon the eloquence
of his tongue. The philosopher dives be-
low the surface of the earth, or soars amoug
the stars, and gathers knowledge from every
leafinthe book of nature. The poet plays up-
on his harp, and revels amid the bright flow-
ers in the fields ofimagination. The mechant
adjust his accounts, arranges his goods, and
bows with a complaisant smile to his meanest
customer. The gambler hides himself in
some secret place, and handles with skill and
intrigue his dice and cards. The drunkard
staggers to his bottle, and gulps down its
piosonous contents with the insatiate appe-
tite of a thirsty beast. The man of dissolute
pleasure reels amid the scenes of his mid-
night revels, and is shorn of his health and
strength by the demon of dissipation. But
true unmingled happiness gleams not in the
crown of the victor, breathes not in the
eloquence of the statesman, lingers not with-
in the ken of the philosopher, mingles not
with the melody of the harp-strings, smiles
not in the room of the merchant, seeks not
the hidden place of the gambler, sparkles
not in the cup of the drunkard, and dances
not amide the dizzy scenes of vice and folly.
The wealthy are not happy! A man may
riot in all the luxuries of wealth ; his table


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Sandon.-ae No I aint, but I patronizsce. of our prominent public men are generally
teSanidon.. aNo Iaint, but I patronizes younger by years. If we ,'ross the Atlantic
them as is. I'm a horator, as Brutus was." we find a statesman in Wellington, unimpair-
Recorder.-" And pray, Mr. Sandon, ed in intellect, at the ageoof 78. The ageof
since, as yousay, you devote your entire Peel corresponds with that of Gen. Taylor,
mighty genius to election purposes, may as that of Lord John Russell does with that
ask what party has the advantage of your of Dallas. Brougham is the youngest of
powerful support?" ? the first grade of public characters, being
Sandon.-"W Vhich party? All parties, barely in the last century.
your honor-all parties. Sam Sandon ain't .
the man to limit his vote, or the influence 'Patrick,' said an employer one morning,
of his eloquence, to any one party. Like the other men were at work an hour before
that 'ere French polerticianer, Guizot, he you.'
goes in for the balance of power; if he Sure an' I'll be aven with 'em to-night.'
makes a speech for democracy, he, to carry How, Patrick 7'
out his theory, makes a speech for whig- I'll quit an hour before them all!"


During the Revolutionary War, Gen.
Lafayette being in Baltimore, was invited to
a ball. He went as requested, but instead
ofjoining in the amusement, as might be
expected of a young Frenchman of twenty-
two, he addressed the Ladies thus-" La-
dies, you are very handsome; you dance ,,
very prettily; your ball.is very fine;-but '
my soldiers have no shirts."?' The appeal was.."-
irresistible; the ball ceased ; the ladies went
to work, and the next day a large-number of
shirts were Iprepared by thefairest hands oft
Baltimore, for the gallant defenders oftheif't -.:.
country. : --.
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may groan beneath its weight of hospitable gery next; if he wotes for a whig, hlie next,
cheer; autumn may pour a tide of plenty as a matter of course, turn's round and
into his' stores, and servants may attend woes for a democrat." .
him in all his excursions of pleasure; and Recorder.-" Your course, I must con-
yet he may be a wretched and miserable fess, Mr. Sandon, is remarkably impartial,
man! The great and the honorable are in this partial party-governing age. But;
not happy They may command the spon- how do you do when there is a number of
taneous homage of their fellow-creatures; men running for the same office, as is th6
their brows may be wreathed with the case at present for the offices of Justice of
brightest laurels of fame; and their memo- the Peace and Constable, in the same dis--
ries may be embalmed in the hearts of their ttict ? I
countrymen; but they are ever disturbed Sandon.-" Votes for them all, of course
by the bitter breath of envy, and the dread -carries out my principle."-
o0 their rivals, like a Promethean vulture, Recoider.-"Now, since you have en-
preys upon.them. The poor are not happy! lightened me as to your peculiar political
They are blinded by the glare of their supe- system, which, if I understand you rightly,
riors, and they deem their situations to be is no more than an exposition of your pub-
worse than what they deserve, lic life, how do you live? What supports
Education and refinement have done you ?"
much for the benefit of man. But with all .Sandon-" Why, the candidates support
their boasted- blessings he has not yet at- me, of course. I s'pose I ain't fool enough
trained to pci fect happiness. The contrast to support myself in limes of political ex-
between the sage, in his deep researches af- citement like these."
ter wisdom, and the untutored saivag who Recorder.-"Ah, you live on them d(lay
roams his native owls withoul the knowl-. about, I suppose?"
edge of books, is giater, far greater in point Sandon.-" No I doesn't, your honor.
of learning than enjoymenti. Pope, in I'd scorn the hact. I regulates the scale of
speaking ofthe poor Indians," has said. the society with -which 1 favors them, on
To BE content's his natural desire, graduated principles of justice."
He asks .1o angel's wing, no seraph's fire; Recorder.-" I don't understand you."
But thinks, admitted to an equal sky, Sandon.-" I means this, your honor-
this fartful dog shall bear hi company." that I always makes a candidate for Sheriff
Thereare many considerations that give good to me for three day's livin', and five
us pain.uand paralyze tho'arm extended to night's drinks, within a given time, mind
holdthecupof pleasure to our lips. The me. A member of the Legislature is good
mother knows not when her precious babe for two. Coroners I aint particular about.
will became an afflicted orphan. The child Justices of tha Peace 1 come on for two
cannot tell when it will be fatherless, nor day's living' and extra drinks. From candi-
can thefather tell when he will be called to dates for Constable, I take miscellaneous
resign Uis darling boy to the cold embrace of treatsi."
death! -The grill who braids her sunny hair Recorder.-" Your system seems to be
in the norning-of life, and plights her bridal for one t oo idle to work, a ost admirable
-o a :h a"tai',kownth tim whe f or one too idleoto work, a moist admirable
vow at;he altar, knows not the time whe one. It is living made easy, reduced to a
her milbfolvoice will be changed to the ^ aeo
hermow'hfl wai o wil bdes changed touthe science. I cannot say that you have no
widow'. wail of- wo; nor does the youth visible means of support, for those on whom
whom she blesses with her love know the yourely for a support, are necessarily
fatal hour that may rend his affectionate among the most public men in the commu-
bosom! As the breez that dances lightly nily. I shall let you go."
along the vale at noon, and sports with leaves Why, Sandon," said a friend when he
andi flowers in its course, before sunset may got outside the door, he let you off easy."
mingle vith the storm, so the heart that is "Was obliged to," said Sandon, "l he
light antfilled with joy in the morning, at nows how wotes."
eveningmay be shrouded in gloom and torn
with anguish. The sunshine of pleasure A man and his wife, who had been mar-
may gleam along our path to-day, lbut to- ried ten years, disagreed and determined to
morrow the heavy cloud (tof adversity may separate. The terms of their separation
threaten us with its angriest bolt. Misfor- were to be decided upon by the judge of
tune lies concealed amid the flowers that the arrondisement in which they lived.-
bloom along our way, and frequent hurls They were Parisians.
her airtows from the covert whence we least Have you any children 7' said the Judge.
expect them. Yes, Monsieur.'
\Vllo then can be happy ? Is there no How many ?'
antidote against the ills of life? Yes; the 'Three-two hoys and a girl-and it is
religion of our blessed Lord and Saviour is with them that lies our difficulty. Madame
a sovereign balm for afflictions. It winds wishes to have two of them, so do I.
'itself, like a tender vine, into the gladdened 'Have you agreed to abide by my deci-
recesses of the heart, anid binds together its sion ?'
broken parts. It gilds the gloom that lin- We have,' said both of them.
gers around the grave, throws a hallowed Very well, my friends-I condem you,
beam upon the midnight cloud of death.- then, to have another child, so that you
It softens our bereavements, banishes our may each have two. When you have ob-
sorrows, heals our afflictions, blunts the tained that you may return to me.'
edge of our misfortunes, soothes us in our The matter was then/adjourned for nine
(rubles, calms the storm of adversity, ren- months. Two years afterwards the worthy
ders doubly sweet our pleasures, endears magistrate, who in the meanwhile had learn-
our friendships, gives the present life its ed nothing of the husband or wife, met the
worth and ensures us life eternal beyond the former.
grave. It is the bright crown of youth, and Ah, well,' said he, how about the sep-
the dearest treasure of hoary age; and hlie aration?'
who lives under its sacred and heavenly in- I Still impossible, Monsieur. Instead of
fluence is happy! E. H. H. four children, we have now five.'
[Youth's Magazine. T1E LAWYER AND THE 'IRIsHMAN.-
[From the N. 0. Delta ] While a number of lawyers and gentlemen
SAM SANDON-THE UNIVERSAL VOTER, were dining at Wiscasset, a few years since,
In the group of characters which the a jolly soul from the Emerald Isle appeared
picture'of the Recorder's office presented and called for dinner. The landlord told
yesterday, there was one of so marked a him he should dine when the gentlemen
contour and tout ensemble, that a connoisseur were done. Let him crowd in amongst
could not fail to select him as an object for us,' whispered a limb of the law, and we
contemplative study. His hair grew sparse, will have some fun with him.' The Irish-
and was of a wirv texture : deep, lateral fur- man took his seat at the table.
rows traversed his forehead; his eyes were You were not bor-n in this country, my
like glass balls, dimly lit up by weak rush friend P'
lights ; his nose was like a mound of semi- 'No sir, I was born in Ireland.
ripe raspberries, and his mouth partook of Is your father still living?'
the characteristics of the genus catfish. 'No sir, lie is dead.'
He held in his hand a hat, which was not all What is your occupation?'
a hat, for it had been divested of a portion 'A horse jocky, sir.'
of the leaf, and his entire toggery proved to What was your father's occupation 7'
an ocular demonstration, that whatever 'Trading horses.'
might be the state of his morals, he was 'Did your father cheat any one while
literally and decidedly a man of bad habits, here?'
Sam Sandon 7" said the Recorder. I suppose he did cheat many, sir.'
At the sound of this name, the prisoner, Where do you suppose he went to 7'
whose daguerrotype we have just endeavored To Heaven, sir.'
to give above, scratched with his left hand And what do you suppose he is doing
that part of his scalp where once grew hair. thereT'
This must have been meant for an answer Trading horses, sir.'
to the call of the Court-for he made no k Has he cheated any one there 1'
oer. He cheated one, I believe sir.'
Sandon,) said the Recorder, what do Why did they not prosecute him ?'
you do for a living ?" Because they searched the whole king-
Sandon.--" I used to foller the hoyster dotn of Heaven, and couldn't find a lawyer.'
business, but I found it wasn't respectable; AGES OF STATESMAN.-Of our distin-
so findin' an opening' in another line, instead guished public men, John Quincy Adams,
of shelling out myself, I now makes other born in 1767, is ihe Nestor. He is 80 years
folks shell out." of age. Henry Clay comes next, being 70.
Recorder.-" Then what do you follow, years old on the 15th of April. Martin Van
now ?" Buren, R. M. Johnson, J. C. Calhoun,
Sandon.-" Wotin'--I follers wotin' your Lewis Cass, Daniel Webster, singularly
honor." enough, were all born in 1782, and of course
Recorder.-" You follow what 7" are 65 years ofage. Tyler is 8 years youn-
Sandon.-"The electionn business, your ger-born in 1790. Polk is about the same
honor." age. Dallas 2 years younger yet, born in
Recorder.--" I understand, you're a can- 1793. Gen. Taylor is nearly 60. The rest


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[From the New Orleans -Delta.]
THE RULING PASSION STRONG,
IN DEATH; .
OR, TWO YELLOW FEVER ANECDOTES.
- It is an old proverb, that the "rtlling
passion is strong in death." WVe see'eite-
plifications of the fact every day, bitq..yer
did we hear of its being carried "dut't-'ii's
full-extent until yesterday. .We ifl ihe
tales as they were told to us."
About two weeks agoa young man",-'iell
known in this city for his industiriousand ;
econltomical habits, was taken sick witb the
yellow fever. The young gentleman-u in
question, we are sorry to say, was very mean,
in fact, so much so, dthai in all probability
he would have tanned -the hide Qf a certain-
offensive insect, in order to have preserved
its skin. This young man, although ihe e
very pattern of probity, wouldn't-even wear
stockings. The consequence was, that be ,
caught cold one rainy day, jook. the fever, ,
and would have died had it not beefi for his
parsimony. The fever racked his fra'tne, ".
made his head feel like a volcano on- he
eve of eruption, and so palsed his limbs, thAt
lie was scarcely able to move a finger. .Tih
eyes of the' mean young gentleman were too
weak to move in their sockets-his tongue
Iiung lazily in hiis mouithi, and his hear had
almost ceased to vibrate. His face was asiyel-
low as saffron, and his miiserable appearance
showed that the scourge of our climate.'
had given him a splendid thrashing; The
doctor who had been attending hih, ce ibi
in, and really believing that his patient i*As
going to die, after feeling his pulse, told him
that he must prepare for another ahd a
better world."
"Doctor," said the diving man, opeifitg
his languid eyes, how long do you think I
will live?"
My poor friend." answered the phlysi-
cian, wiping the tears from his specta'c.le;
" I domnot think that you can live mbrethan
twenty-four hours."
"Oh, doctor!" exclaimed the dying
man, "don't say tihat Bult still, if I can't
live I suppose I must ben.d to the will- of
Providence!"
The dying man covered over his face vith
the bed-clothes, and thiIe physician not be-
ing able to endure the scene, was just about
to depart, when his patient called out to
himn, "Doctor, what do you think it 'will
cost for my funeral ?"
My poor friend," answered the huimine
physician, with tears in his oyes, it will
not cost much-probably not more than
$25."
The dying man started uip in his b6d, and
raising his hands as tboughi he was going to,
exorcise a ghost, exclaimed, in the most
pitiable tones, Oh no, Doctor, don't s'aif
that! I can't afford to pay $25 to be "buried.
Its higher than other people pay, and Idcafn'
afford it!/"
So saying, the young gentlehmanh-siink
back, and wept like Niobe. Although w6rth
some four or five thousand dollars in solid
cash, he couldn't afford to d(lie, because hig
funeral would cost him $2.5. The m;ean-
ness of his-disposition striking into his sys-
tem, drove the fever out, and he recoveeed.
The next anecdote that we have to 'relate,
is that of an unfortunate man who was
taken sick with the fever, and who was at-
tended on by a gentleman in every wvay skil-
led in his profession. The worthy doctor
passing in his gig by a hovel in the upper
part of the city, early in the moning, heird
some-one moaning, as ifin great p'ihi. His
sympathies being aroused, he alighted, and
went to the spot from whence the noise pro-
ceeded. It was a wretched apartment; in a
little narrow room, the walls of which were
covered with mildew-in one corner there
was a bedstead that seemed almost too weak
to stand up. A pine table, with very rheu-
matic looking legs, stood by the bedside;
then there was a trunk and an old chair;
and these were all the articles of furniture
in the room-of the dying man. The physi-
cian approached the bed of-.the sufferer, and
after looking at his tongue and feeling his
pulse, told him that he thought he could
not live.
Oh Doc.!" exclaimed 'he u'bhortunat6
creature, gasping all the while for breath;
"I've got something' on my mind !"--
"What is it, my poor fellow ? Ifyou have
anything that weighs heavily on your c.oni-
science, reveal it to ne, for I C olemnly a,-
sure you, that you have hot long to live."
"Oh, Doe.! I've been a great gminbler in
my time. I was h-il on chuckerluck, and
great at thimble-rig.! ,
The physician told him fhat his remarks
were not at all suited to his situation-that
lie was dying, and should place his thoughts
on some more serious subject.
Do you really think I'm .goj,' to die,
Doc 7" said the dying man.
"You have not twenty-four hours t6b
live," replied the doctor.
The dying man, in a faint voice, requested
the doctor to hand him a pair of old bltre
cottonade trowsers, which were imaning on -
the back of the only chair in the room.-
The doctor did so, and the unfortunate in,
valid, plunging his wan, yellow hand into.
his trowsers' pocket, drew forth a bill, and
informed the doctor that "he'd.bet hima
cool $5, and go another $5 better, that he,
wouldn't die--he'd be d-d if he would!"
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AFALACHICOLA. THURSDAY, OCT. 21, 1847.

(W-- The following gentlemen are authorized
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nly bed, mixed the poison in a little water,
and drank it with a sort of happiness.
"But time had taken away its strength;
fearful pains drew forth some groans from
me ; they were -heard, and medical assis-
tance arrived. It was not Heaven's will that
1 should die so soon-St. Helena was my_


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ANTA ANNA-WHAT IHAS BE.EN eE .,. ;
President Polk, in his annual message "tf:" -
)ecember 7, 1846, said: -
When orders were issued to the com-
nairder of naval forces in the Gulf, on the'
5th day of May last, only two days alter
he existence of the war had been recngnis-
d by Congres, to place the coast of Mex-
co under blockadle, he was directed not to
bstruct the passage of Santa Anna to.Mfex-
co, should he return. It remainsto ,
e sAeen whether his return may ,ut yet provo^ y-
Itiablo to a pacific .adjustment of existinl'l /.'
ifficulties." -?
Santa Anna being thus passed into Mex-'~,".
co by President Polk, to "aid aud comfort" ^
he." poor miserable Mexicans." let- us ia- i ,
uire what we have seem, or the things the
President told Congress remained "to be *,
een." "* *'
At the battle of Monterey, in September,
846, we have-seen five hundred American
oldiers lefltonIthe field, killed and wounded.
At the battle of Buena Vista, in February,'.
847, where Santa Anna commanded, we. -
lave seen seven hundred American soldiers'
eft on the field, killed and wounded. ..
At the battle of Cerro Gordo, where San--t -
a Anna also commanded, we have seen si? '
hundredd American soldiers left on the field.
i.lled and wounded. .-
At the ba6!C ..C.'..irubusco, where
a Anna with Valencia commanded, we have
een one thousand and seventeen American
soldiers left on the field, killed and wound-
ed. .
We have seen the loss of these twenty-
ight hundred and seventeen American sol-
tzers, with a host of others killed and wound-
d by this "aid and comfort" to the enemy,
nd still it remains to be seen, as much as
t did when President Polk sent in his mes-
age last December, whether Santa Anna's
eturn, by Mr. Polk's agency, may not
prove favorable to a pacific adjustment of
existing difficulties," And "it remains to
be seen," also, how much longer he may
continue the war, organize new armies, and
give us battle, and how many more Ameri-
can soldiers he may kill.-[Cin. Gazette.
THE Po3R Boy's COLLEGE.--" Thep
printing office," saysthe New Orleans Globe,.
' has indeed proved a better college to many
a poor boy-has graduated more useful-
nd conspicuous members of society--.has-
brought more intellect, and turned it into,
practifcal, useful channels-awakened moro-
mind, generated more active and elevated-.-
hought, 'than many of the literary colleges-
of the country. How many a drone has
passed through one-of these colleges, with
1n tangible proof of his fitness to graduate,
other than his inanitnate piece of parch-
ment, himself if possible more inanitMate
han his leathern diploma! There isssome-
hing in the very atmosphere in a printing
office, calculated to awaken the mind and
inspire a thirst for knowledge. A boy who
commences in such a school, will have ihia
agents and ideas brought out; if lie has no
mind to be drawn out, the boy himself will
be driven out."
NATIONAL THANKSGIVING.-A concur-
rent Thanksgiving throughout the Union,- '
oil flhe salime day voluntitrily set apart fuir
hat purpose_.by the Execultive of -each
State, would be a thing 'of beautiful propri -. .
ely and of no ordinary interest. Such. k' .
concurrence would be an event of first im-- -
pression in our country, and the glorioug;
abundaice which for the past year has not
only filled our own land, but has overflowed.
and poured itself forth to supply the want.
aud famine of the old world," furnishes-not
only a reason but an occasionfor.sotme such
signal and extraordinary manit'esal loll of.
thankfulness. -_ ... .
The Governor's of twI SqtatestaAtleast,-
New Hampshire aind Missouri, have. select-
ed the 25!h of November, as- a day O(a
Thanksgiving. Not only is this day IV
convenient season, but it is remarkable in-
our calendar for the evacuation of our ter-- .
ritory by the British troops. Let the pro-, -
posal for a concentration upon that day go".,
(tie rounds of the Press, and the peculiar-
fitness of the thing will commend it to unifi i -"'
versal adoption. ,
FROM KEY WEST.-We have been po-.,.^'
litely favored with the.f~ollowing extract 0"f.a:- ::G .
letter, dated '-: ,.


r.n. L I ,- .k .. .1 .
nIE I ll.l .. .- :.. i ..;*,.L _.
N-'lpoleoui s,,,i,,:. ;.'iei? t" I ii.if '.,-t~i 'g i~la',..
,of his early career. One of those, if true,
shows how near the world was to the loss
of an cmniproi. After the seigc of-Toulon,
which his, pI L, -: I i -j regard as -the, first
step of his gqod fortune, he returned to
Paris, appireeilNly if the worse-possible mood
for adv-itune. He was at thisA period suff-
ering 'from illness. His mother, too, had
just commiuni.al':.,1 tn ltim the discomforts
of her poiiion. She lild been just obliged
to flyi iuin Corsic i, % hi-e the people were
in a stite of i, sur i ,-,,n and she was then
at M ai1scilles wiil,--ti :-,fy micaias of subsis-
tence.-- NapIoleon 'had nothing remaining
but' an assignat of one hundred sous, his
, pay being in arrear. In this state of de-
jection I, went out," said he, "as if urged to
suicide by an animal instinct, and walked
along the quays, feeling my weakness, but
unable to conquer it. In a: few more mo-
ments I should have thrown myself into the
water, when [ ran against an individual
dressed like a simple mechanic, and who,
reeognisiwiir me, threw himself on my neck,
and.cried : 'Is it yoo, Nipdleon. 1 Wlih,,
joy to see you againV!' It ,is Deemasis, a
former comrade of mine in the artillery. regi-
ment. He had tii;,,. e,1, and had returned
to France in disguise to see his aged mo-
ther. He-was about to go, when stopping,
he said, What is the mater ? You do not
listen to me. You do not seem glad to see
me. What misfortune threatens you ?-
You look to me like a madman about to
kill himself.'"
This-direct appeal awoke Napoleon's feel-
ings, and he told him every tiring. "Is
-that all?" said .;he; opening his coarse
ais,.ioat: i, and detaching a belt, lie added,
here are thirty thousand francs in gold ;
tak-e them, and save your mother." .. 1
cannot," said Napoleon, to this day explain
to myself my motives for so doing, but I
seized the gold as if by convulsive move-
ment, and ran like a iRdman to send it to
my mother. It was .not until it, was out of
my hands that I thought of what I had
done. I hastened back to the spot where
I had left Demasis, but lie was no longer
there. For several days I went out in the
morning, returning not until evening, search-
ing every place where I hope,, to find him.
The end of the romance is as eccentric
as the beginning., For fifteen years Napo-
leon saw no more of' his creditor. At the
end of that time he discovered him, and
asked why he had not applied to the Em-
peror?" The answer was that lie had no
necessity for the money, but was afraid of
being compelled to quit his retirement,
where he lived happily practising horticul-
ture.
Napoleonnow paid his debt, as it may be
presumed, magnificently ;. made him accept
three hundred thousand francs as a rein-
bursement from the Emperor for the thirty
thousand lent to the subaltern of artillery ;
and, .besides, made him director-general ol
the gardens of the crown, with a salary of
ttbirty thousand francs. He also gave a
government place to.his brother.
Suicide .is so often the unhappy recourse
of men indifferent to all religion, that we
can scarcely be surprised at its having been
contemplated more than once by a man ol
fierce passions exposed to the reverse of a
life like Napoleon's. Of the dreadfuld au-
dacity of a crime which -directly wars with
the.Divine will, which cuts off all possibility
of repentance, and which thus sends the
criminal before his Judge with all his sins
ipon his head, there can be 'no conceivable
]oubt. The only palliative can be growing
nsanity. But in the instance which is now
stated by the intended selffuurderer there is
io attempt- at palliation of any kind.
1" There was another period of my life,'
aid Napoleon, when I attempted suicide
ut you are certainly adquainted with this
ict." No, sire," was Montholon's reply
"In that case, write what I shrill tell you
ir it iswell that the mysteries of Fontain
leau should one day be kzrnown."
We-condense into a few sentences this
.0gular narrative, which begins with an
tterview demanded by his marshalls on the
.h of April, 1815, when ile was preparing
move at the head of his army to attack the
ties. The language of the marshals wa
nphatie.
The army is wearied, discouraged ;de
irtion is at work among the ranks. To re
Iter Paris, eannat be thought of; in attempt
ag to do so we should uselessly shed blood.'
Their proposal was his resignation "iF
S.vor of his son.
Caulincourt hiad already brought him t(h
emperoror Alexander's opinion on the sub
eft. The convoy had thus reported thi
imperial conversation: "I carry on n{
'.iplomacy With -you, but I cannot tell yoL
iyvery thing. Understand this and lose no
moment in rendering an account to th,
Smpe'ror Napoleon of" our conversation an(
tif the situation of his affairs here; and re
turn again as quickly, bringing his abdica
tion in favor of his son. As to his person
ai fate, I give you my word o," honor tha
he will be properly treated. But lose no
an hour, or all is lost for him, and I shall nm
longer have power to do any thing either fo
him or his dynasty."
Napoleon proceeds: I hesitated not'ti
tnake the sacrifice demanded of my patrio


tism. I sat down at a little table and wrote
Imy act of abdication in favor of my son.'
Butron that day Marmont with his army hba
,surrendered. The allies instantly rejectot
all negotiation after this decisive blow ir
their favor. The act, of resignation had no
reached them, and they determined on res
touring the old monarchy at once. On thiE
the desertion was universal, and every rna
at Fontainbleau was evidently thinking onl;
of being. the first to make his bargain witl
the Bourbons. Napo'leon, as a last exper
iment, proposed to try the effect of a wa
in/wItaly. But all shook their head, an,
were silent.' He at length signed the ,une
quivocal abdication for himself and hi
family.
From the time of retreat from Russia,'
saie he, I had constantly carried round
my neck in a little silken bag a portion of
poisonous powder which Ivan had prepare
by my orders when I was in fear of bein
carried off by the Cossacks. My life n
longer belonged to my country ; the events
ot the last few days had again rendered m
master of it. Why should I endure s
much suffering, and who knows that in
death may not-place the crown on the hea
S.oiflly son ?, France was saved."
;*:- l.,"lhesitaied no longer, but, leaping frir


nly by a direct application to him that tlhe S9
people can expect relief, inasmuch as our
delegation in Congress at present comes -as
ear being a cipher, for all practical good, m
s they could well be. When our Repre- 1,
entative, Mr. Cabell, takes Iis seatl he will it
o doubt be able to serve us effectually with el
lhe heads of Departments-his plain busi- oc
less-like manners and courteous behavior, ic
will insure him respect and attention. We b
have no doubt that it is the wish of the d"
Post Master General, as-well as of the other I
members of the Government, to do Florida ic
justice, and that they will give heed to pro- tl
per representations, coming from whatever q
person may represent us, be he Whig or P
Democrat.
L
LUMBER BUSINESS IN MICHIGAN.-The s,
shingle trade of Detroit amounts to $200,-
000 annually.' Upwards of 8,500,000 feet 1
of lumber are made at the steam mills of 1]
that city', and 1,700,000 lath. There are
800 mills in the .State of Michigan, which t
make annually 272,000,000 reet Of lumber,; h
which, at $5 the thousand, the average ,*
price, is worth $1,362,600. Immense capi-
tal is invested in pine lands. The mills in s
St. Clair county alone, which make 30,000,- s
000 feet per annum, own about30,000 acres. e
The money invested in this business is full
a million of dollars, and the hands employed e
number 8000. e
a
VERY SPuNKY.-The withdrawal of Lord it
Howden and the raising of the blockade of s
Buenos Ayres on the part of the British, r
caused much excitement among the English e
residents in that quarter. They regarded bc
t as tantamount to a withdrawal of protec- c
ion, and they by no means smother their 9
wrath ; as witness the following laconic cor- c
respondence:
My LORD : After twenty year's residence P
ai this country, and always retaining the
proud consciousness that, as a British sub- a
ect, my opinion, my person, my property, a
would be t;ecure, I find myself, by your pro-
ceedings, reduced, in obedience to an up- P
right and honor-lble conscience, to enclose r1
you my certificate of nationality, which 0
henceforrh would be to me a dead letter, as e
I never will trouble myself by asking pro- 1
ection from such men as a Whitelock, a r
Manderville, or a Howden. 0
I am, my lord, with du-e respect, n
(Signed) HENRY SPARKS.
To the R. H. Lord Howden.t
To show and preserve his dignity, his .j
Lordship made the following reply c
H. M. S. Raleigh, July 16, 1847. t
I have received an impertinent letter,- r
signed "Henry Sparks." This is to give b
notice to him, that if at any time he shall
presume to commit the slightest insolence r
to me personally, I will horsewhip him in- 0
stantly. (Signed) HOWDEN. t

MARTYRS OF POLAND.-We have the e
sad particulars of the double execution at c
Lemberg, of the two Poles, Theophilus
Wisniowski and Joseph Kalpusczinski. The
sentence which condemned them to be C
strangled had been read to them three days a
before, in front of the criminal court house,
in presence of the whole population. They
were accused of high treason, and they
were told they should be executed by the t
cord. Their execution took place on the
31st of June, and the crowd made of it an
ovation, in testimony of their sympathies.
Every one uncovered himself and stood
bareheaded as they passed. They greeted
them every where with shouts oflacclama-
tion ; the men waved their hats, the women
their handkerchiefs, and on all sides gar-
lands of flowers were showered on their
heads in such profusion, that to procure
them, for soqme time previous, every thing of
the kind had. been exhausted, and more
could not -be procured at any price. The
armed force in attendance was very numer-
ous, but nothing could affright the multi-
tude, neither the number of the bayonets,
nor the presence of the agents of the police.
No one looked upon the condemned as
criminals, but as tnartyrs of Poland, who
were saerified for their country--Kapusczin-
ski, as he stood on the scaffold, exclaimed
--May God bless poor Poland Wisniow-
ski added--Be none of yeu frightened by
our death, but, persevere !

A SUGGESTION.-The Mexican Whig"
State of Kentucky--the State where dwells
HENRYa CLAY !--has furnished for the Mex-
ican war five companies more, than is wanted,
or will be received by the President; while
the patriotic democratic State of Alabama,
that has been called on to furnish only five
companies, lacks just five companies of the
number required. Now, we have to suggest
to those companies of Mexican Clay Whigs
of Kentucky, who are desirous of engaging
in the service of the country and have been
refused there, to come down here to Alaba-


ma and they can have a chance, We want
justfive companies, and there seems to be
no prospect of getting them in this Demo-
cratic State. Our people seem to have a
decided dislike to "villainous salhpetre."
07 Will the Kentucky papers have the
goodness to lay this proposition before the
Mexican Whigs" of that rascally Whig
State," and if accepted let the five compan-
ies come on forthwith!
[Mobile Advertiser.

POCAHONTAS.-A sailor was passing one
of the Petit street-auctioneers, a short time
since, and halted a moment to hear what
was going on.
Going one and sixpence-going! gone!
It is yours sir," said the auctioneer, handing
the book to the tar.
Mine, sir,' exclaimed Jack, with a tone
of unaffected surprise; 'what is it'?I
'Pocahontas,'
'No you don't poke it on to us,"`replied
the tar, and walked off.

PITIABLE,--The wife of Capt. Thornton,
whose fate it was to sacrifice his life in the
cause of his country, is now in a county
poor-house, in Delaware,- in a state of
partial derangement, the result of the un-
fortunaLe loss 9f her husband.


lief commissioners, to several poor law
boards throughout Ireland, for the purpose
of alleviating the universal distress which
prevailed in that country -during the past
year. Such conduct will, no doubt, lead to
very serious results, especially if the gov-
ernment insists upon the repayment.


duccd in the money market, and tilc fact of
the cotton still continuing upon a very con-
tracted scule, together with the alleged un-
remunerating state of trade, have tended
throughout the week ending 17thn hlt., to
considerably depress the Liverpool Cotton
Market, and to reduce quotations 3 of a pen-
ny per pound.
This quoted reduction, however, is per-
haps rather more than the really, except
for the qualities which have been mostly
acted upon, namely: the middling and in-
ferior, and these are the descriptions which
are not fixed by the Brokers' Association in
the standard price. It is in these that the
greatest decline has been seen.
Brazils, Egyptians, and Surats have all
partaken of the fall equally, and transactions
at the decline have been very limited.
The sales for the week ending the 17th,
with two thousand bales on that day, and a
very quiet market, amount to 14,880 bales,
including 120 American Speculation, and
3000 American and 50 Surat for export.
The quotations, according to the standard
of the Broker's Association, are fair Upland,
6 a 64; Fair Mobiles, 6 ; Fair Orleans, 74.
The imports for the week were 40,708
bales, exclusive of four vessels arrived but
not reported.
MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.
It is stated in the London Sun of the
18th ult., that the Marquis of Normandy
called on M. Guizot, and officially anaounc-
ed to him that the British government would
not permit foreign intervention in- Italy.-7-
Austria on the other hand, it was said, an-
nounced her intention of interfering in every
town of Italy, in which a national guard
should be (.t ibli-shed.-
Tne ,.. ^tl,..,re de 71/arselles of the 13th
ultimo, states that if the protests of Eng-
land and France against the occupation of
Ferrara, were productive of no result, those
two powers would effect a landing at Anco-
no and Civita Vecchia.
The Pope was said to have declared to
Al. Rossi, that he would not, u-nti, the last
extremity, claim ilie assistance of; the for-
eign powers, and that h still hoped to in-
duce the Austrians to evacuate the town,
by the firmness of his attitude.
It was rumored on the Bourse or. Thurs-
day, the 16th ult., that M. Guizot had refus-
ed to concur in any intervention ir the af-
fairs of Italy. -
Madrid journals of the 10th and lith ult.
state thlit the Duke De Ftias had dcclied to
, accept the Presidency of the Conicil, but
- at the request of the Queen, had profnised to
a reconsider the subject, and to aunognce his
- definite answer to her majesty on the l1th.
' Narvaez, who is intriguing actively, in
conjunction with the Duke of'Glucksburgh,
s for the overthrow of the new ministry, had
, an interview with the Queen on the ia1h.
The FVaro states that an order had been
given on the 6th to send 200,000 rials to
- General Espartero, and also to pay the
- Queen's household. The same journal
I states that Marshal Soldanha has been no-
minated Minister of Portugal in Madrid.
t M. Cabestan', the new political chief of
" Madrid, had arrived, and had immediately
Y entered on the discharge of his duties.
The latest letters fr'om Catalonia mention
the d-efeat of a Montemolin band of 300 men
s at Binols Depostobella ; of another from
s 800 to 900 men at Cabadell, and of three or
e four others of minor importance at different
places.
s The Fomente of Barcelona, of the 1Glh
f uN. states that the French troops had sur-
prised a band of' between 120 and 115 Car-
a list refugees, cammanded by Cortusa and
Col. Ramonaibones, just as they were pre-
" paring to enter Spain, and that most o!
e them were taken prisoners.
Gen. Concha was to arrive at Barcelona
t on the 12th.
d Italy is still the scene of great excitement.
t In Lucca and Tuscany, it will be observe(
a that the population have extorted from their
k rulers a sort of pledge to promote progress
whilst their liberties have been secured b)
0 the institution of the Civic Guard frorn the
d two Sicilies.
n The accounts which reach us are vague
, and conflicting, but it is evident that a seri
e ous movement is gradually working in favor
of popular rights. The Austrians havefal.
d tered in the execution of their ambitious
- designs on Ihly. Prince Metternich n_
doubt imagined that the Italian states tnighv
be as easily absorbed into Austria as Craco
was last year; but the resistance of the po.
pulation of the whole of Italy, and the de.
r- cided opposition of England, have so fa;
- wrought upon Prince Metternich, tfiat h(
e has written an apologetic note to Presidenl
y Ochbensein, whose political existence h(
- before scarcely recognized, endeavoring t(
, explain away the occupation of Ferrara b
- the Austrian troops.
There is no doubt that some diplomnati(
n excuse will be framed to enable the Aus
r trians to retrace their steps, and retire frou
d Ferrara, unless some event should happen
- either in Naples, or in the Papal dominions
" to excite further the alarm of" Prince Met
* ternich, lest the liberal sentiments now find
s ing loud expression throughout Italy shouhi
extend into Venetian Lombardy, and per
al haps reach Vienna itself.
5 The Germans are as ready as the Italian
at to strike a blow in favor of constitutional
0 and religious freedom.
n Letters from St. Petersburg of the 7tl


n ultimo, state that the city has been visited
e with the most terrible storm of wind and
rain ever experienced within the memory
e of the oldest inhabitant." It rained inces
n santly for forty-eight hours, whilst the wind
)f blew with intense violence. The result c
e this visitation was the destruction of abov
e 400 houses. At one period fears were en
tertained for the safety of the entire city
)f and some timid and superstitious person
,r apprehended that the end of the world wa
,- at hand.
The Nouvellisn de Marseilles, of the 14t
h ult., mentions that an insurrection too
,e place at Naples on the 8th. One accouri
ie stated that the King had fled; and another
g that he had fallen into the hands of the in
,e surgents.
Bologna letters of the 9th ult. announc
d that the Duke de Modena aid Ihis fami-l
at had left their dominions and retired to Par
to ma.
It was currently believed in Bologna, tha
ie Austria would take military possession (
)D the Duchy ; and was determined to inter
fere in Romagna and Tuscany.-
In Ireland there appears to be a grand in
-e clination to resist the payment of the loai
o- 1 advanced by government, through the r


Arrival of the aibernia.
FOURTEEN DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE.
-More Failures-Advance in Flour--Decline
in Cotton--Important from Italy.
The steamship Hibernia arrived at Boston
from Liverpool on the 3d inst. Her news
in a commercial as well as in a political
point of view is highly important. The
panic still prevails on the other side of the
water in consequence of the continued sus-
pensions of houses, embracing names which
for nearly a century have ranked among the
highest in the great commercial community
'of Europe.
NAMES OF TItE INSOLVENT HOUSES.
The following are the names of the in-
solvent Englis'h houses, together with their
-places of business and liabilities :
Allison, Camberlidge & Co., of London,
amount not stated.
Thos. Booker, Sons & Co., of London,
=50,000.
Burnett & Co., of London, not stated.
A. & A. Custin, of Genoa, -480,000.
Dennison & Co., of Limerick, not stated.
D. & A. Denny, of Glasgow, X-400,000.
Ju-'e Bordo, of Honfleur, XE120,000.
Eels & Co., of Venice, not stated.
Egenett, of Glasgow, ;C200,000.
A. & A. Gower, Nephew & Co., X1,000,-
000.
Harris & Hutchinson, of London, X100,-
000. *
Ogle & Co., of Venice, X30,000.
Matthew Perchir, of Glasgow, ,45,000.-
Reid, Irving & Co., of London, X1,500,-
000.
Canders, Wetherill & Co, of Stockton,
X30,000.
Sanderson & Co., of London, X1,500,-
000.
Thos. U. U. Boru & Co., of London,
X200,000.
Westlake & Co., Southampton, notstated.
FINANCIAL MATTERS.
The Ohio Life and Trust Company,
which stood high, and deservedly so, in pub-
lic estimation, being one of those who, in
f 1837, honorably fulfilled all their engage-
ments, it was anticipated, would have a
large amount of their drafts on Gowers'
house returned by the Hibernia, but it has
been arranged that the Ohio Company's bills
accepted, will be taken up by Messrs. Bar-
nett, Hoares & Co., the London bankers
The bills received by the Cambria the Gow-
ers offered to accept, but the holders pro-
' bably prefer returning them to the United
f States.
It is said that the Ohio Life and Trust
Company will be creditors of Messrs. Gow.
. ers, Nephews & Co., for not less than fifty
I thousand pounds.
THE BANK OF ENGLAND.
f The relaxation of the stringent measures
I of the Bank of England, in allowing loans
- on bills and stock at 5 per cent., till the
I 14th of October, however it may have ren-
' dered fecilities in sonic quarters, has not, a;
' was anticipated, improved the position o
s the Bank itself.
a In the last four weeks there has been @
4 decrease of bullion to the amount of .371,
v 865. In the last three weeks, only, the
8 securities, i. e., the bills discounted, have
increased to the extent of o1,687,039.-
' The bullion has decreased t315,646, whils
, the- reserved fund, which had decreased
8 considerably, has recovered itself in the las
. 'week. Under these circumstances, with ;
; smaller amount of bullion than the Ban!
- has ever had since the Bank Charter Act
it could have been only an earnest desire tc
S relieve the commercial body, which induce(
0 the bank directors so far to depart fr'on
e principle as to lend money at 5 per cent.
g when its actual value was higher in th,
e market.
s The inevitable result has been, decrease
power to assist, with perhaps ultimately thE
- necessity for further stringent measures tl
- protect themselves.
', THE CORN MARKET.
n The continued failures in the corn mar
ket sufficiently account for the further de
e pression in the prices of grain. During th.
. first week of the month, on the market da3
e of the 6th uit. prices still continued to re
o cede ; but towards the close of" the week
both wheat and flour were in active requi
t sition. This improvement was further main
e tained on the market day of the 12th, whe
d wheat advanced about .five shillings pe
.quarter on the quotations of the 6th, an,
.flour, for which there was an immense de
.mand both in London and Liverpool, ad
t vaneed three to four shillings per barrel
tThe top quotation f'or the better description
oof" wheat was 6:2 shillings per quarter.
r In Liverpool tihe hest Western Cansn
flour, which on the 1st was quoted at 2
o shillings per barrel, and barely fetched the
.price, was selling on the 18th at 28 to 3
e shillings. India, corn also had been i
,, more demand, and higher rates had bee
d paid for it; and the corn. market, at th
d latest moment, appeared firm. *
n Considerable purchases have been mad
t in the market for Belgium and Holland, i
.consequence of the diseased appearance c
s the potato crop in those countries, and thes
n, purchases have tended to strengthen th


y market.
h The state of commercial affairs and c
I, the corn trade especially, render it a matte
r of great difficulty to form a correctjudg
d ment of the future course of. prices.
At Mark Lane both on the 15th and 17t
s ult., prices were a little higher. Ther
was a limited supply of wheat, and th
, stocks of the honses which had failed bein
I withheld from the market, aided to produce
a a firmer tendency.
d The tenor of the advices from the Unite
og States by which it is ascertained that no great
o supplies can go forward, has contributed t
s create a better feeling in the corn trade.
e Flour was quoted in Liverpool on th
o 18th at 28s. 6d. to 30s., and in London o
the 17th at 29s.
d THE COTTON MARKET.
The great want of confidence which th
n late important London failures haIe prc


We have received the October number
of this spirited and-valuable family period-
ical. It contains much interesting reading
matter, and is embellished with choice en-
gravings. The Fashion Plate is worth the
attention of the Ladies.
THE QUINCY.
The splendid new Mail Steamer Quincy,
1-1. ALLEN, master, arrived at our wharves
on the 15th inst., and has taken her place
in the mail line. She is a fine speci.Lnen of
steamboat architecture, has elegant accotm-
modations for passengers, and will no doubt
prove a fazst one. Now that the Quincy is
running regularly to Chattahoochee, we
look to see our ji_Tddle and West Florida
friends visiting our ci'v in greater numbers.
It is well worth their while to visit us, if it
is only for the pleasure of t:'avelling on so
splendid a steamer.
EXPLANATION.
We cheerfully insert the following com-
munication, which explains the apparent
neglect, by the Collector, of this paper as a
means of giving publicity to proposals for
Government contracts:
CUSTOM HOUSE,
Apalachicola, Oct. 19, 1847.
MR. EDITOR :
Sir-Herewith is enclosed to you for pub-
lication, a notice inviting proposals for build-
ing the new Light Houses, &c. The Col-
lector of the Port had this prepared in full
time for being published in the newspaper
here, but some instructions were received
at this office, from the Treasury Department
in Washington, which the gentleman who
was Special Deputy understood would cause
alterations in some of the specifications,
and lie deferred sending the notice to be
published, being in daily expectation of the
return of tlhe Collector.
You will be at liberty to include in your
bill the advertisement of the notice in your
I last paper. Respectfully,
C. H. AUSTIN,
Deputy Collector.


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To the Editor of the
Commercial Advertiser,
Apalachicola.


THE ELECTIONS.


The last mail brings us further intelli-
gence from the elections in our State, and
makes the "assurance doubly sure," that
the Whigs are in a majority in both branches
of the General Assembly. We congratu-
late not the Whig party alone, but the whole
People, in this triumph, achieved by the
sober second thoughts of men who are bent
upon reforming the abuses thatjhave crept
into the Government, and we trust that the
people may reap great benefits from the
legislation of the next General Assembly,
so that they may greet their Representatives
at the close of their labors with the approv-
ing exclamation of "Well done good and
and faithful servants."
MARYLAND ELLCTI.ON.
The Democratic Governor, Thomas, is
elected.
Four Whigs are elected to Congress and
two. Detnocrats-WHIG GAIN OF TWO MEM-
BERS This gives the Whigs a certain ma-
jority in the House of Representatives of
the U. S.
The Legislature is Whig on joint ballot.
GEORGIA ELECTION.
Towns, the Democratic candidate for Go-
vernor, is elected. The Whigs have a ma-
jority on joint ballot, which assures the
election of two Whig Senators.

THE MAILS.
The Hon. Cave Johnson has been woke
up lately by a writer in the St. Augustine
Herald, and has entered into a long expla-
nation which appears to us very satisfactory
as to the reasons why he omitted St. Augus-
tine in the contract for carrying the mail
between Charleston and Savannah. We
would be greatly pleased if Mr. Johnson
would cause enquiries to be instituted into
the cause which retard our mails from New
York and New Orleans, and ,we should be
very grateful if, by any means, he cold
bring us nearer to these places than we
seem to be-or if he could not achieve so
much, if he cannot bring the mountain
to Mahomet," we should very much like to
have our letters and papers brought from
New Orleans in something less than ten
days, and from New York in a little shorter
time than eleven, as is usually the rate of
speed travelled by our mail. We take oc-
casion respectfully to suggest that this place
f can be reached by newspapers by a little
more direct route than that at present
adopted---via Columbus, Ga.! May we
hope that the Hon.-Post Master General
will give ear to our supplications? It is


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KY WVEST, October7, t-S47..
The; ship Solan, from New York for your-
port, with a full cargo ofa-sorted inerchan-
dize, ran on the reef, was asisled by wreck--
ers, and is now at anchor n the harbor.-'-:.
The property has been dc-crrcd by-ili'.A.-
mirality Court to pay .'1000, i, vhich,"1" r-.H
other incidental expenses, will ,imountiio-
about $15,000. The ship is very lile in-
jured, and will proceed on ier voyage'ipa thlewo-
course of a week or ten days, z-_ ---
[N. 0. Cum. Ti,,es: '.
PREPARATION OF COF.EE.-In Silliinan's -
Journal we find a notice of a mem6ii" oi0l
Coffee by the distinguished Frenclh chemist,
M. Payen. The results brought out by his
c bemnicalrsea.'lches-agree exactly wilja facts
piti-:\"uslv known in regard io rhis'articfe.
A great error fn the preparaiion'of C(ffeeas
that it is burned too much, by which the
liquid, when it is brought to the table, i%
deprived of its agreeable flavor, and has- a
bitter, unpleasant taste. Thereaion-0ofthis
is shown: .
Coffee roasted only tilt it become 0s slight-
ly red preserves the maximum of weight
and aroma, but gives Out less coloring mat-
ter. In this state 100 -pounds are found to
have lost 15, but have increased to the bulk
of 130. -Roasted to a' chesnut color, as is
commonly done, the Doss is-20 per cet.,
while the increase in volume is from 100 lo,
153. This swelling of the grain depends
upon the property which the nitrogenus
matter deposited within the tissue has of
puffing up remarkably when heated.
"If the heat is continued until a dark
brown color is produced, and the grain is
covered with a sort of glaze, tlbe loss is 125
per cent., while the original quantity of ni-
trogen, 245 per cent., is reduced to 177, be-- -
ing a loss of one-fourth." '-
DEMOCRAcY TRIUMPHANTI---Under this
head the last Federal Union sums up.di(e
election returns and admits as a ,t laimneable
part of the story' that the whiigs have gained ,
a majority in both branches of theLegis-
la~ture, through the diisions of the Demo-
crats. Que.er kind of triuiih, that, frien.d-;
Fed,' Lunless Col. G. W. Towns is the per.
61:i;I, Iit,://';/---soul and body-oflD,.mocracy!
li, hass iiintpnled, bul Democracry.-ha*.
not!- [C( /hunbu.9 Democra. t. '- T --.
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A NEW DOLLAR PAPER.
ROUGHI AND RE ADY.
COME AND TAKE ME."


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--t Y- .DIED, of pulmory consumption, on the 9th inst.,
y t a Ihe residence of Mrs S. Ming, in Jackson
counity,.Mr. T1HN W. HODGKINS, in the 22d
year of his age.
Although a stranger, and, having been but a short
time in this community, such was the intelligence,
,amiability:, and urbanity of the deceased, that
he genlisted-.ie %. ii',- ii,, respect and esteem of
all, who-formed his acquaintance.
Every attention, medical and. otherwise, was
Ofownhim during his distressing illness ; but that
fell destroyer, who' nurnbers so many of the pure
and good for his victims, had marked this stran-
Ier for his own. Peace to his memory. C.
[Florida Whig. -

MARINBE INTELLIEN CEO

: PORT OF APALACHICOLA ......... Oct. 21.


S '. SPENCE,
,- .`'.WATCH AND CLOCK MAKER,
B Second Story Baltzell's Buildings,
(Entrance on Chestnut-st )
A PALACHICOLA, FA.
N. B. Watches, Clo0cks and Jewelry carefully
repaired. : October 21,1847.


Drngs & lfedecines,
rnHE subscriber has just received 'per recent
1' arrivals from New York, a full and com-
plete stock, consisting in part, Sulph. of Qui-
nine, Hyd. de Potassii, Caustic Potasse, Solicine,-
Murrate and Sulph. of Morphine, Luner Caustic',
Chloride of Gold and Sodium, Calomel, Jalap,
1picac, Iodine, Rhubarb,- Pulvr. and Root.,S'On-
na, Epsom Salts, Bachn Leaves, Castor%. Oil,
Seidlitz Powders, Soda Powders, Sulph-er, flower
and role, Copperas, Saltpeter, Alum, Aloes.
Calcind and Curb. of Magnesia,. Gu-m Camphor:-
Flax Seed, Borax. Also a large supply of as-,
sorted Glass Ware, and a general assortment of"
all articles in the Drug line. For sale by
June 12 H. F. ABELL.


Paints, Oils, Window Glass, &c.
JUST received per brig Gen. Wilson, a very
extensive assortment of White Lead, Paris
-Green, Virdigris, Varnishes of every description,
also a large. lot of Paint Brushes, all sizes, for sale
by lOct21]' J. C. ALLEN.
Gold Pens.
A FEW-ote Woudwyaid & Brother's superior
"Gold Pens, j'ut received and for sale by
"" October 2.1. C. ALLEN.


Congress Water.
N, pints and quarts, just'received for -;,le by
June 12' f- .' F. AIiF.1LL.


.' :' A N 1110,N M AN .Si~uI-, .L %r, I'! I'i ~i .,
T IO N.-- --hl ,'_' ii rli I -.l. ,1 t nl ,.'iiin
brouL"hl iinl P.j-tl'iiiotih I'iom llh,+! Ilu.;ulu
Furnace, Sciota county, a p'u'I of afriron
man, found in the ore bed !- T.The part we
saw was the foot and a part ,6.f,the leg.-
Havin g been converted hint itoni by a gra-
dual process, the minutest dlii.iiihS, as be-
tween (lie toes, &c., were not visible; -but
the general outline of the 'foot and ankle
were palpable. The spreading-arcoss the-
-.. toes, Ihe gEneial outline of th- toes, tlh heel.
A.{;ankli, &c.. were'perfectly plain., We were
ltoft that thie head and arms were still more
perfect. There could not be-the least doubt.
'of its having 'been a man. Nor is there
much doubt of the manner in which it came
in this condition. The body must origin-
i ally have been petrified in lime ; but of this
there rematlis how only the outside incrusta-
-ion, which will crumble off. What was
the man, is now iron. By some natural
process, the iron must have grown out of
the liiin ;-and here is a theme for geologists.
How did this change take place? If we
i'are right, and the facts seem to leave no
room.for doubt, this iron man would afford
.one of the most beautiful subjects for a geo-
: .Jogical lecture. The iron ore (in- which it
-is Ibund is called the calcareous formation.
,Tlhe process of its formation would be an
Instructive study.-[Cin. Chron.

'.MS, 'ijt: :R QCAyzo.--Exrpanding Ball.
,i lgUlArly. constructed and most des-
t^ A., .mis',ile, called the "Expanding
tructive ., 1' exhibited by the inventor,
Cannonl.31al .t-- 1. *JJSon, at'' -** lieA -
M a. ,Ta, in 'tat "'ty. It is go con-
c, hauics4-,,Fair, in ti.at "-y' .^ ii,
sirucied that immediatJv on" le-viig the
canton, four strong and savage 1,oking
knife-blades' extend some six or' eight m,-
ches in every direction from the bai.
horrid looking and destructive weapon trui.y

Thought is the electricity of the brain;
it shoots to the remotest periods of history,?
and touches the first link of life. It passes
through the element of fire, air, earth and
water. It penetrates to the depths of'knowy-
ledge, and rises.to the gates of Heaven.--,
Thought is an infinitesimal ray of the Dei-
11y, bestowed on humanity: it returns to
Him, from a corruptible to a spiritual exis-
tence. Cultivate .it and you will be refind ;
neglect if, and you will be debased.-J. R.
Prior.
A YANKEE NOTION.--The New York
correspondent of -the Washington Union,
writes:
The very last "Yankee notion" is a sort
of secret circular to newspapers, issued by a
"1 print-house" (dry goods) in this city, pro-
posing to them to publish the advertisement
,of the house for a year or more, and to pay
for the same by allowing five per cent, on all
sales made to such country merchants as
the proprietors or editors of such newspa-
pers may send to the print-house" afore-
said, with a letter of introduction. Some
of the newspapersaddressed have sharply re-
jerted the calico agency proposed, and
sharply handled the coarse Yankeeistn' (as
the Vicksburg JWhig saith) of the whole
idea.


THIE SAVANNAI GEOIGKlAN.
IN announcing the fact that the uftldraigned
have associated themselves togelhci in Ihe Edito
rial Department of "TIlE SAVANNAH GEOR-
GIAN," we take this occasion to say to [lie pat-
runs of that paper, and to the public generally,
that arrangements have already been made for its
material improvement in outward appearance,
and that no pains will be spared to elevate and
sustain its cha'racler as a commercial papcr, and
to fill its columns with interesting and profitable
matter. We feel most sensibly that to render the
Savannah Georgian such a paper.as the growing
interests and population of our State and City re-
quire, a diversity of labor must be expended
upon it; such we are determined to furnish.-
We shall strive to make its columns pleasing to
all readers, and while our humble support shallf
be given to the great principles upon which ithe
Democratic party has planted itself, believing
these principles to be essential to the perpetuity.
or our national freedom and the advancement of
our national welfare, "e shall studiously avoid
all rude collisions with views and opinions an-
tagonistic to our own. To render our paper, the
firm hut dispassionate exponent of deindcralic
principle,, the calm yet unflinchiig advoc.ale of
Southern institutions, the vehicle ot amusing and
instructive thought opon all prope" subjects,
whether of science, literature, or general infor-
mation,-in a word, to make it a; welcome visiior
at once to the merchirnt and (he mechanic, the'
student and the farmer, shall be our constant en-
deavor; and if, in addition to this, we shalt''
be enabled by extending our circulation through'
the interior, to strengthen 'the ties which bind
our beloved S.ate and City together, and to
secure that oneness of sympathy and feel-
ing soessential to the prosperity of both, we shall'
find our labors amply repaid.
To enable us to continue our present connec-
tion, however, and to do all that wo -would vvish
lodo in the way of improving ,' Thsi Georgia i',"
we must look for an increased support from the'
public ; such we now solicit an] confidenfiyr ex.
peet. WAL1. H. BULF.OCH. I
HENRY R. JACKSON

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of the mails, three times a week, (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday,) at the Office of the
DAILY GEORGIAN, and contains all (he intel-
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THiS PAPER is sent to all palts of the State.'
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per annum-all payable in advance.
August 14, 1847.


g'?! *If' '. 6'bad.*f'r,- a S-, At, A.,
i t' "J '' '; *" ,. )j

p RESPECTFULLY otters his ser-
t-^ - vices to the citizens ot Apalachi-
lW .': cola, and the county of Franklin
ff' ; ^.-...,,,. .,11,, in the line of his pro-
k r' l..-... v,.Having monthly com-
L%\ l munication with the principal
Ui i L Northern cities, he will be enabled
[i ( !1 j=_ to furnish his patrons at all times
.,...+ with the NEWEST AND LATEST
S PLATES OF FASHION- received
ontthly, showing at a view the most Fashionable
Style, of Dressr4, 4.-Ih will be a decided advan-
tage to a fashtionFable canrmu noity.t
N. B. Genrlemens' Morning Gowns and Eve-
ning Wrappers made to order; Cloaks of every
description made in the usual forms of the day;
Walking and Riding Gaitors made in a superior
manner; 'runic Dresses and Boys' Clothes of
every description made in a neat and fashionable
style. All garments made at this establishment
warranted to fit.
0- Shop, Second Story Baltzell's Buildings.
Entrance on Chestnut street.
October 14, 1847. 39-6rn
0 A plate of Fall and Winter Fashions just
received.


CUSTOM HOUSE, }
APA'LACHICOA, Sept. IS, 1917.
PROPOSALS will be received at this Officeo
until the twenty-fifth (25) day of October,
12 o'clock, M., for building two new Light
Houses and two Keeper's Houses at Cape St.
Blas and Cape St. George, respectfully,- of the
following materials, dimensions and descriptions,
viz:-
TOWERS.
The towers to be built of hard brick, the form
round, foundations to be sunk as deep as necessary
for security, and the outside and inside courses of
brick to be laid in good Hydraulic cement; the
height of each tower to be sixty-five feet from
the surface of the ground ; their diameter at the
base to be twenty-two feet, and at the top twelve
feet. The thickness of the walls at the base to
be four feet, and uniformly to two feet at top.
The top is to be arched, on which is to be laid a
soap stone deck, fourteen and a half feet diam-
eter, five inches thick; the joints filled in with
lead, on one side of which is to be a scuttle
twenty-four by twenty inches, to enter the lan-
tern. The scuttle door an iron frame, covered
with copper. The outside wall of the tower to
be well whitewashed twice over. There are to
be six windows in each tower, of twelve lights
each, eight by ten glass, in strong frames, and a
door six feet by three, made of double inch boards,
cross nailed, with substantial hinges, lock and
latch. The ground floor is to be paved with
brick, and a sufficient number of circular stairs,
made of two inch pine boards to lead to within
six feet of the lantern, terminating in a strong
platform, and connected by a centre post. From
the top of the stairs to the scuttle to be an iron
ladder with steps two and a half inches wide.
Each Light House to be furnished with one com-
plete electrical conductor of i inch diameter,
made of copper with joints, to run four feet into
the earth.
LANTERNS.
The lanterns and lighting apparatus now in
use at St. Joseph and St. Georges Island Light
Houses are to be transferred to the new towers,
the contractor to re.glaze the lanterns with French
plate glass, and paint them white inside and black
o^Iside, and place them on the new towers in a
pi',.pcr condition for lighting.
The Contrator will be allowed to use all such
materials (a; are suitable for good and substantial
work) that can Lc obtained from the towers and
dwelling houses at St. Joseph's point and St.
George's Island, and also the bricks and granite
of the old tower at Dog Island. A suflicient
quantity of good brick, it is believed, may be ob-
tained from the above named buildings to com-
plete the new ones. -
DWELLING HOUSES.
A Dwelling House for the keeper is to be built
at each place, 35 by 20 feet, foundation hard brick,
wall ohe foot thick, laid IS inches below the
sC.,f'ace of the ground, and carried up 2 feet above,
on :-hifh is to be laid a frame building, sills S
inches squ;,r6, posts 11 feet high, 4 by 8, braced
above and be,;'W; lower flooring joists 2 inches
by 8, 18 inches apat-ft, bridged ; chamber floor
joists 2 by 6, 15 inches apyt, to be laid so that
the rooms finish 8 feet; 6 inche. roof, one-third
pitch, rafter 4 by 4 inches; sides, enui and roof
boarded by good seasoned-pine boards and i!in-
gled with the bestjuniper, cypress or cedar shin-
gles, laid not more than 4 inches to the weather
on the roof, or more than 5 inches at the side
and ends; the house to be divided into two rooms
with an entry between 7 feet wide; a chimney
in each end, and a fire place in each room below,
with three windows in each parlor, twelve lights
each 10 by 12.
The stairs to lead from the entiy into the attic;
closet back, of the stairs; attic divided into two
rooms, with an entry between 7 feet wide ; one
of the chambers to be subdivided into two; a
Southern window in the entry between the cham-
bers, 10 lights 8 by 10, collared with lead, as
well as both the chimneys; doors in front an'd
back of the entry, one in each room above and
below and to the closet ; the doors to be 4 pan-
nelled, otie inch thick, except the front and back
door, which are to be 1 inch. The front with
frieze lights, with a good lock, bolt and latch,
and hung with good hinges; a window in each
chamber, twelve lights, 8 by 10. Parlors, cham-
bers, entry, below and above, and closet, lathed,
plastered and finished in a plain and decent man-
ner; gutters back and front of the house, with
trunks to' lead off the water to a cistern; an
opening in the brick foundation, each side of the
house 8 feet wide, floor to be six inches below
the sill of (he door, the roof shingled ; all the
wood work, except the roof, painted two coats;
all the floors in the house to be laid double.
At a convenient distance from the dwelling
house, to be a frame kitchen, 15 by 12, to stand
on six brick pillars, 2 feet from the ground,
seven feet posts, boarded and shingled; roof one-
third pitch ; two windows, twelve lights, 8 by
10, and one door; a chimney, with a suitable fire
place for cooking, with crane, trammel and
hooks ; the floor laid double ; the attic floor sin-
gle and matched ; one window in the attic; com-
pact stairs or steps to go into attic. In the rear
of each dwelling a Cistern is to be built ef hard
brick, lined With Roman cement, large enough to
contain +2500 gallons, covered with heart pine
boards, with door on top, into which the rain
gutters from the dwellings are to lead.
No payment is to be made to the contractors
for the above named work until the-whole in each
case is completed and the same inspected and. ap-
proved by the undersigned; or such person as he
may appoint for that purpose. The entire work
to be completed by the first day of March, 1848.
SAMUEL W. SPENCER,
Collector and Sup. of Light, Houses,
District of Apalachicola.
October 2, 1847.
WALTON CIgCUST COUlgT.
Ira Chiancery.
Cornelius Grantham, t
vs. Petition for Divorce.
Fatha Grantham.5
IT appearing to the satisfaction of' the Court,
by affidavit made in this ease, that the de-
fendant, Fatha Grantham, resides beyond the
jurisdiction of the State of Florida : It is ordered
that the said Fatha Grantham do appear and an-
swer the said petition within three months after
the publication of this order, or thiesaid 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 of this State for the
space of three months.
GEG. S. HAWKfNS, Judge W. D.
Uchee Anna, Aug. 21, 1847. 32-3m


List of Letters
REMAINING in the Post Ooffice, Apalachi-
cola, Fa., on the 1st of October, 1647.
Ag~rista, Salvadon Hasted, Mr
Armstrong, David Higgins, Warner
Anderson, John Hilt, John
Brown, Oralus S Halsey, Thos 4
Butts, A G Jones, Caled H (col'd)
Butt, A D Jeter, Win A
Blyth, WVin Johnson, John H
Brockett, Hlaam .Jackson, Robert
Boutell, Capt Wm Lemon;s, Henry
Bultt, E P 3 Loyd, Joseph
Bradley, James Latta, Rev Moses
Byington, J L Locholu, Jas T
Brockenbrough, W 11 Murray, Anthony
Backlin, Win D Murray, Thomas
Bartsl, Jacob McIntosh, Mrs K
Baker, Wim Morton, Stephen T
Rurgass, Elizabeth Mayor, Jas C
Brown, Geo M Pindervois, Romeo
Cinday, Cate Porter, Ariting
Cussans, Richard .32 Patten, Ruse & Co
Ddeno, Pietro Ruse, 0 C
Davis, J C P Regers, Geo A
Evans, London 2 Richards, John G 2
Emerson-, Chas W 3 Smith, Augustus G
Freel, Michael Sloan, John
Foster, Jas Smith, John
Flemming, Washington Sweete, Albert
Fraser, Jose Turner, B L 3
Flynn, Jas Taylor, H R 4
Fell, John 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, Mary Webster, John
H-Iurlson, Harriet Williams, Harvey
" 8t3 Persons calling for any of the above let-
ters will-say they are advertised.
JOS. S. MAY, P. M.


L E' ON A It D SCOTT & CO'S LIST OF
FOREIGN PERIODICALS.
RE-PUBLICATION OF
THE LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW,
THE EDINBURGH REVIEW,
THE NORTIt BRTISHT REVIEW,
THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW,
ANDI
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE.

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.
The 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.
TERMS.
PAYMENT TO BE MADE IN ADVANCE.
For any one the four Reviews, $3 per annum.
For any two,. d1o. 5 "
For any three, do. 7 "1
For all four of the Reviews. 8 "
For Blackwood's Magazine', 3 "
For Blackwood and the 4 Reviews. 10,00
W-" All communications should be addressed
_(post paid) to
LEONARD SCOTT & CO Publishers,
79 Fulton St., New York.


NOTICE!
Pay your Taxes!!
PERSONS who have not paid their City TaXes
would do well to call at No. 50 Water street
and settle before the 1st November, as I shall af-
ter that date proceed to collect the Taxes in ac-
cordance with an ordinance, made and provided
for that purpose. JAS. F. FARRIOR,
OCt. 14. City Tax Collector.


Esrhool in the City of Apalach-
icola.
T HE undorsfg,,,d take this method of inform-
ing the subscribers, and the public generally,
that he will open a School ot; Monu:1Y, the first
of November, for the instruction o, 'chl'lren in
thf- rudiments" f' air English Education. If t,.'?.
,iurmb'r of ,- 1i.,1' will require it, he will haye
comrpetaii nimale and female assistants.
For Beaditg, Writing, Arithmatic, English
Grammar, and Geography, per quarter, of ten
weeks ......................... ........ $4 00
Oct. 11, tS47. SAM'L J. BRYAN.
AMEEICAN
Net and Twine Manufacturing
Coliipany,
12 COMIMAI RCIAL-STREET,
/,St airs BOSTON.


STATE OF FLORIDA.
Calhsoun County.
KNOW YE, that it is hereby ordered, that
Luke Lott, Executor on the Estate of Mary
Thomas, late of said county, deceased,'is hereby
authorized to sell the following Real Estate of
the said deceased:-
N E i of section 22, the S E I of section 22,
the S W 4 of section 14, the S E 1 of section 26,
the N E -} ot section 14, all of Township 1, Range
8, North and West; and the S E L of section 25
in Township 2, of Range 8, North and West.
The above Lands to be sold for the benefit of
the legatees, and creditors, of said deceased.
Given under my hand and private sea], there
being no seal of office, this 6th day of September,
A. D., 1847.
THOSE. L. TYRES, [L. S.]
Judge of Probate for Calhoun County.
The above Lands will be sold at the house of
James Nalls, on Monday the fifteenth'day of No-
vember next. Terms of sale, one-third cash, the
balance in one and two years. Persons wishing
to buy Lands in Florida, will do well to embrace
this opportunity, as the above Lands comprise
some of as good, if not the best, in the Slate, and
most suitably adapted to the cultivation ol Sea
Island Cotton, and Spanish or Segar Tobacco.
LUKE LOTT,
Executor of Mary Thomas, dec'd.
Calhoun County, Sept. 6, 1S17. 37-2m


Manufacturers and Dealers r 7?rya,'s Patent
Twine Stands, Post Office Twines, Baio1ng and
Bundle Twines, McCarty's Cotton Herring T'rwini,
Cotton Seine Twine, Tanned and Untanned, Flax
Herring. Twine, Hawser and Shroud-laid Mack-
erel Lines; Herring, Pohagan Shad, Bass, and
Dip Nets. Government Seines with Bags; Cod,
Herring, Mackerel, Shad, and Menhaden Seines,
&c.
X. B. .JVets and Seines knit to order at short
notice. B. ELLISON & Co., Agents,
October 14, 1847. 39tf Apalachicola.


NEW ORLEANS TYPE FOUNDRY
AND
Printers' FurnilsliIng Warehouse,
.lVo. 17 Canal street Row. -
T HE undersigned beg leave -to announce to
Publishers and Printers, that they have es-
tablished a complete and extensive TYPE FOUN-
DRY in this city. The Book Letter of this"
Foundry was cut to order by workmen of long
experience, and, as no expense was spared to
obtain the handsomest faces and to perfect it i.n
every respect, we will venture to say it will.be
found as handsome, if'not the handsomest in the
United States. We have also a very handsome
assortment of Flowers and Job Letter of the la-
test style, to which we would call the attention
of Printers before purchasing elsewhere. All
articles manufactured by us shall be of a mate-
rial equal, it not superior, to any manufactured'
at the North ; and as we shall, sell Type at New'
York prices, we trust to meet with encourage-
ment.
We are now prepared to manufacture BRASS
RULE and TYPE of any magnitude, with prompt-
ness. We would also particularly, call the at-
tention of Printers to our LEADS, having an en-
tire new set of moulds, by which we are;enabled'
to furnish a perfect article. We are also Agenfs.
for the sale of the" Napier, Washington, ahd'
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
manufacturer's prices.
Editors and Printers wishing to eatablish a'
Newspaper or Job Printing Office will -be fur-'
nished with an estimate in detail for the same !
by stating the size of the paper, or the particular
style and quantity of work to be executed. ;
(W- The proprietors of newspapers who 'will
publish this advertisement six months, andsendd
a paper to our office weekly, will be paid for the
advertisement by purchasing six times theanmotit
of advertising bill in Type.
GREEN & CO.,
May 22, 1847. 19-6m 17 Canal st. Row.


Calhoun Circuit Court.
Israel Moses, Petition for Foreclosure of
vs. } Mortgage on a Negro Male
Ebenezer Hoyt. ) Slave Daniel.
E BENEZER HOYT, William G. M. Davis,
and all persons interested in the Equity of
Redemption of a certain negro male slave Daniel,
mortgaged by Ebenezer Hoyt to John W. Babcock
on the 7th day of February, 1846, to secure to the
said Babcock, or his assigns, the principal sum
of $32l 4.44, with interest from date at 8 per cent
per annum, will take notice that the said mort-
gage has been assigned for valuable consideration
to plaintitf--and the time limited for the payment
of said sum of' .- -.IH, and the interest thereon,
having expired, plaintiff' has filed his petition for
foreclosure in the Circuit Court of Calhoun coun-
ty, and will apply for foreclosure of the same at
the December term of said Court next ensuing.
R. J. MOSES, Art'y for PI'ff
September 23, 1847. 37-3m


Being the very best and cheapest newspaper at
the lowest price, namely,
O.VE D O LLAR ./ YEAR, payable in advance.
This paper is issued every Saturday, at 116
Nassau street, on a handsome sheet, with an ele-
gantly engraved title, representing General Tay-
[or on ihorscbac-k at the
BATTLE OF BUENA VISTA.
It is also illustrated generally witn handsome
engravings, representing the battle scenes of the
war, &-'c.
It advocates the claims and supports the nomi-
nation of
GENEihAL ZACIIARY TAYLOR AS
PRESIDENT.
It goes for old Rough and Ready," party or
no party, as by far the very best man in the
United States to be President.
It presents all the details and incidents of the
war, as they are received in New York.
It is running over with anecdotes, stories, ex-
-citing adventures, &c. It also tells all the news
of the week, both foreign and domestic. IT IS
A GREAT PAPER in all respects, both for city
and country subscribers.
It is expected to have the largest circulation of
any paper in the Union. Every man friendly to
the election of General Taylor will subscribe for
it. It will be sold by thousands all over the
country. Every Postmaster who, expects to be
reappointed, will act as agent and procure sub-
subscribers.
The fact is, TrE RoUGH AND READY" will.
be the recognized organ of the friends of General
Taylor, who are in favor of his baing nominated
and
ELECTED BY THE PEOPLE.
Let every well-wisher of the country sEND
HIS DOLLAR worthwith to
WILKINSON &, Co., Publishers,
116 Nassau-street, New-York.
Price 3 cents, single; a large profit allowed to
agents, who buy in quantities.
For the purpose of facilitating the formation
of Clubs in all parts of the United States, the
Rough and Ready will be furnished, in numbers
to one address, post-paid and in advance, as fol-
lows :
Twelvt copies for one year, (84 cts. each) $10 00
Twenty-five ,, ,, ,' (80 cts. each) 20 00
Fifty copies (70 cts. each) 3.3 00
One hundred (60 cts. each) 60 00


I


Obiwtary.


Apalachicola Exchange.
THE subscriber informs his friends
and the public in general, that he has be-
_zlf come the Proprietor of this above well
known house, and will be pleased to entertain
any of the travelling community that may favor
him with their custom, and will also accommo-
date resident boarders. The bar will always be
supplied with genuine liquors of the choicest
quality. JOHN PATRIDGE.
Apalachicola, Nov. 14, 1S46.
U. S. MAIL FROM
Cliattahoochiee to Fort Gaines.
c.--.. ON and after the first day of
,.*.= -*.. ,:, -v,~ iU.LY next, this Line will be
....- *- ,,1, regularly in TWO-HORSE
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 route, 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 hig-1h waler,) to
those who may choose this route North.
The Siage will leave Chattahoochee every
TUESDAY and FRIDAY, at 6 A. M.; arrive
at Fort Gaines next day, by 12 M. Leave Fort
Gaines every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY,
at 1 P. M. ; arrive at Cqattahoochee next days,
by 8 P. M.
Persons travelling from Columbus, Ga., via
Fort Gaines, Blakely, Chattahoochee, Quincy, to
Tallahassee, will find this the most expeditious
route.
T. D. WILSON, Proprietor.
Q:nincy, June 2G, 1847. augl4 31-1m


THE NEW-YORK
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN.

Third Year.
This popular Scientific and Mechanical Jour-
nal, (which has already attained the largest cir-
culation of any weekly paper of the kind in the
world,) will commence its THIRD VOLUME
on Saturday, Sept. 25th,
Each number of The Scientific American con-
tains from FIVE to SEVEN ORIGINAL ME-
CHANICAL ENGRAVINGS; a catalogue of
AMERICAN PATENTS, as issued from the
Patent Office each week; notices of the progress
of all new MECHANICAL and SCIENTIFIC
inventions; instructions in the various ARTS
and TRADES, with ENGRAVINGS; curious
PHILOSOPHICAL and CHEMICAL experi-
ments; the latest RAIL ROAD INTELLI-
GENCE IN EUROPE AND AMERICA; all
the different MECHANICAL MOVEMENTS
published in a series, and ILLUSTRATED with
more than A HUNDRED ENGRAVINGS, &c.
&,c.
It is in fact a paper that MERITS the patro-
nage of all MECHANICS and MANUFAC-
TURERS throughout the UNITED STATES,
and should be in the hands of EVERY ONE
that feels an interest in the advancement of
Mechanical or Scientific improvements in this
Country.
It is published in QUARTO FORM, conve-
niently adapted, to BINDING, and furnished to
Country Subscribers at the LOW PRICE ot
TWO DOLLARS A YEAR-ONE DOLLAR
IN ADVANCE, and the remainder in Six
Months. Address,
MUNN & GO., Publishers,
128 Fulton-street, New-York.
POST PAID.


A A I h;iVEL[-
,Oct 15--Steamer Quincy, Allen, fm N Orleans.
Stea'r Eufaula, M'Naug.hton, fm Chattalioochee.
Steamer Quincy, All'en, fm Chattahoochee.
7" :'" -* CLEARED,
O ct I S- .- t I-.- l ,. i-.' r. !-.., V 14 l. .,-


Per sleamn-r EI ul".,,la- I-, ,' i[ .., I,,..-... i .,].I
"*l Cdy, 'o, B S [lu l I- W ,in 1.,. I. r ,,v. -9",,
,-" N 0Wood, Luke L' lt, J E :_l..,,.F, !- .'.I i.i% F ,i. 11
Persitfamer Quiii,'--[,r \V W ;r..n, L,:.,:k-

..... itECIPT.S FROM THE INTERIOR.
-Per stea-mer Quincy-5 bxs tobacco to B S Haw-
iey; 2do to.T Preston.


Tarrant's Effervescent Seltzeri
Aperient.
H EALTH RENEWED, and an i,i8r.raf-ed
and healthful condition of body produced'
by the use of TARRANT'S EFFERVESCENT
SELTZER APERIENT.
This preparation is universally allowed to be '
the most popular remedy of the present day, for
the prevention and cure of Indigestion, Bilious
and Liver Complaints, Nervous Weakness, Head-
ache, Heartburn, habitual Costiven~es%, &c.'
Travellers and residents in warmn climates difl
find-it a desirable article ; it prevents any accu-
mulation of bile, is portable, and the meth-od 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.
NOTICE.
ERSONS having business with the subscfi::-
bers during their absence from the city,, will,
please to apply to Mr. Charles A. Green.
July 12 .J. DAY & CO.
B-iull's and Sand's
ARSAPARILLA, just received, for sale by,
June 12 H. F. ABELL.


"SET 'EM1 UP."-
Athienweii Bowliag Saloon.
npHE subscriber bogs leave to announce to his
Jk friends and the public generally, that he has
become sole proprietor of 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
S E[DLITZ, Yeast and Soda Powdera of the
best quality, for sale by
July 17 J. C. ALLEN.
ULPHATE and MURIATE of QUININE,
for sale by
July 17 J. C. ALLEN.


Twenty Dollars R~eward.
KS i WILL be paid for the apprehension
A,\ and delivery of a NEGRO MAN named
'. 9LEvi, who ran away from Macon, on Sun-
."--"."day the llth inst. Levi is a dark mulatto,
stout and well built, will weight about 180 lbs.,
a little bow legged, speaks slow and long with a
strong voice, had on when he left a Satinet round
coat, and checkered pan's of country homespun.
I expect he will make for Columbus, as he lately
lived there. Some suspicion exists that Levi
was decoyed or assisted oft'by some white person,
and if so, 8100 will be paid for the villain, and
proof sufficient to convict him.
H. L. COOK, Agent.
Macon, July 20,1847. aug21 32-4t


PROb~tAMATIOPN.


State of Florida,
FRANKLIN COUNTY.
TO all persons having demands against the es-
tate of Nathan Seymour, late of said county,
deceased, notice is hereby given that 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-
ment. MILTON N. SCOTT.
Apalachicola, July 24, 1847. 28-2m


W HEREAS, Thanks and praise are due from
the good people of the State of Florida to
the Author of All Good for the health, prosperity
*and other blessings which we, as a people, have
'-been permitted to enjoy during the current year:
I Therefore it is proclaimed that THURSDAY,
-4.he 25bth November next, be set apart to be ob-
i. served throughout the State as a day of Thanks-
egiving and Praise to Almighty God.
Given under my hand and the great seal
S[.SEAL.] of the State, at the Capitol, this 15th
October, 1847.


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


Hoarbound Candy.
PEASE'S Clarified Essence of Hoarhound
Candy, just received and for sale by
June 2 H. F. ABELL.


DR. L. FEUCHTWANGEHI'S
Reat, Mouse & Cockroach Poison.
THIS very efficacious remedy for extermiha-
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.


SANS SOUCI HOTEL.
T HE subscribers respectfully inform their
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, of the best quality in season.
JAMES GIBSON & CO.
June 22, 1847.
N. B.-Gentlemen who wish tor refreshments
in their rooms can be accomodated at short
notice.
PERSONS having business with the undersign-
ed, will please call on Mr. WM. S,-DAM-
EREL, as I shall be absent for a short time to a
distant part of the state.
* July 17. FRANCIS K,)f':> .N.


Carpenter's Extract of Buchu.
WARRANTED genuine, for sale by
July 17 J. C. ALLEN.
SALAD OIL, just receivedand for sale by
Apr 1 17 H. F. ABELL


0 HIIHDS St. Croix Sugar;
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 brown Soap;
100 bags Shot; 50 kegs Powder;
2000 lbs Lead ; 4 casks Linseed Oil;
200 kegs White Lead, No. 1, Extra and Pure.
For sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO.
Dee 5 41 Water street.


Coffee. ,
100 BAGS RIO, for sale by
10 May 15 J. DAY & CO.
C REAM TARTAR and Tamarinds, just re.
ceived and for sale by
April 17 f- H. F. ABELL.


W. D. MOSELY.
40


October 16, 1847.


Hops,
F RESH Fall Crop, for sale by
April 17 H. F. ABELL.
Q UININE, Camphor and Piperine, !ust re-
ceived and for sale by
April 17 H. F. ABELL,
Bailey's Tonic Mixture.
T HIS is valuable compound fluid extract ?l
Cinchona and Rubra, a vegetable- febrifuge
for the cure of Fever and Ague. Sold by
Juno 12 H, F. ABELL.
se


Bay Hum.
A FRESH supply of A. French's superior
Bay Rum, just received and for sale by
June 12 H. F. ABELL.
Sarsaparilla Syrup.
UST received, and for sale by
June 12 11. F. ABELL.
MOFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND PHOENIX
BITTERS, just received and for sale by
Nov 21 J. C. ALLEN.


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


Pallacea,.'
HOUCK and SWAIM'S Panaa6 just received ; :
and for sale by ; + f-
June 12 H, F, ABELL :-i.
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BENJ. G. LIDDUON & CO.
July 31, 1847.


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Groceries and Ship Stores.
RIO COFFEE, Java do, St. Domingo do,
Northern Flour, Western do; N 0 Sugar,
St. Croix do, Porto Rico do, Young Hyson Tea,
Hysol do, Powchong do, Souchong do, Goshen
Butter, Cheese, Lard, Bacon Hlams, Sides, Shoul-
ders, Molasses, Whiskey, Mess and Prime Beef,
Mess and Prime Pork, Mackerel, Shad, Salmon,
Herring, Sounds and Tongues, Cod Fish Tongues,
Pepper, Spices, Catsups, P-pper Sauce, Olives,
Capers, Pickles,-Soap, Starch, Tobacco, Navy
'Bread, Pilot do, Crackers, Vinegar, Dried Fruits,
Beans, S.ilt, Raisens, Mlacaroni, Vermiacelli, Ar-
row Root, Corn, Oans, Buckw',eat, Mustard, Rice.
For sale by 13. ELLION & CO.
Jan. 23 2,j Wiater street.
B-OOTS, Shoes and Brogans, by thecase;
Women's Shoes and Buskins;
'Men's, Boys and Youth's Brogans;
fi nsew'd Brogans;
Men's pegged Boots;
firn. sewed Boots;
Russet Brogans. For sale by
B. ELLISON &- CO.,
Jan 23 2 f Witter street.

T HE subscriber has lately received on consign-
1..meal.,- the following articles :
2 casks choice Old Port Wine;
--1 Old Madlira Wine;
1 superior Old Scotch Whiskey;
2 Pale & Bro. Otard Brandy;
j Dark Dumond Brai.idy;
10 baskets London. Club" Champaigne.
Als-), a variety of Segars, all of which will be
sold low, for cash only, by
EDWARD McCULLY,
Feb 27 50 Water street.


Hops,
F RESH Fall.Crop, for sale bv
_L April 17 ft. F. ABELL.
QUININE, Camphor and Piperine, !ust re-
ceived and for sale by
April 17 TH. F. ABELL.
Sarsaparilla Syrup.
JUST received, and for sale by
June 12 UI. F. ABELL.
M OFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND PHOENIX
BITTERS, just received and [or sale by
Nov 21 J. C. ALLEN.
Bagging and Hope.
1f/"1 PCS Kentucky 2.-,,;..:;
1 U0 100 coils Rope;
.4 bales Bagging Twine, for sale by
WM. G PORTER & CO.'
Dec 5 41 Wa.ter street.
Iron, Nails, &c.
On' TONS Swede Iron, assorted sizes;
20U 109 kegs Nails, do,
4 casks Weeding Hoes, assorted qualities,;
20 Blacksmith *teel Faced Anvils; -
20 English and American Vises;
20- Bellows;
12 dozen Spades and Shovels;
10 ', Collins' Axes;
10 bxs Cotton and Woolen Cards;
41 case Rowland's Cast Steel Mill Saws;
1000 lbs Cast and German Steel, for sale by
WM. Q. PORTER & CO.
Dec 4 4L Water street.
.M OFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND PHOENIX
BITTERS, just received and for sale by
Nov 28 H1. F. ABELL, Druggist.
Saratoga Water.
UARTS and Pints, fresh, for sale
April 17 H. F. ABELL.


Dry Goods.
D RILLINGS, Tickings, Cotton Osnaburgs,
Linseys, Kerseys, Jeans, Flannels, Blan-
kets, Tweeds, Shirtings, Sheetings, Checks,
Ginghams, Calicoes, Delanes, Hosiery, &e. &c.
For sale by B. ELLISON & CO.
Jan 23 23 Water street.
SEMDLITZ, Yeast and Soda Powders of the
best quality, for sale by
July 17 J. C. ALLEN.
ULPHATE and MURIATE of QUININE,
for sale by
'July 17 J. C. ALLEN.


Lamp Oil
OF the best quality, for summer use; for sale
by [iVly-l7 J. C. 'ALLEN.
Lamp Oil. : ,
W INTER -ir.,,in,ed, a splendid article, forsale
by [|)1,3,i-] J C ALLEN.


TI1E SAVANNA G'EORUGIAN.
I,-announcing the fact that the undersigned
have associated themselves, togethci in the Edito-
rial Department of' TI- E SAVANNAH GEOR-
GIAN," we take this occasion to say to the pat-
rons of that paper, and to the public generally,'
that arrangements have already been made for its
material improvement in outward appearance,
and that no pains will be spared to elevate and
sustain its character as a commercial paper, and
to fill its columns with interesting and profitable
matter. We feel most sensibly that to render the
Savannah Georgian such a paper as the growing
interests and population of our State and City re-
quire, a diversity of labor must be expended
upon it; such we are determined to furnish.-
We shall strive to make its columns pleasing to
all readers, and while our humble support shall
be given to the great principles upon which the
Democratic party has planted itself, believing
these principles to be essential to the perpetuity
of our national freedom and the advancement of
our national welfare, we shall studiously avoid
all rude collisions with views and opinions an-
tagonistic toour own. To render our paper the
firm but dispassionate exponent of democratic
principle, the calm yet unflinching advocate of
Southern institutions, the vehicle ot amusing and
instructive thought upon all proper subjects,
whether of science, literature, or general infor-
mation,-in a word, to make it a welcome visitor
at once to the merchant and the mechanic, the
student and the farmer, shall be our constant en-
deavor; and if, in addition to this, we shall
be enabled by extending ourcirculation through
the interior, to strengthen the ties which bind
our beloved S.ate and City together, and to
secure that oneness of sympathy and feel-
ing so essential to the prosperity of both, we shall
find our labors amply repaid. 0
To enable us to continue our present connec-
tion, however, and to do all that we would wish
to do in the way of improving The Georgian,"
we must look for an increased support from the
public ; such we now solicit and confidently ex-
pect. W-M. H. BULLOCH.
HENRY R. JACKSON.

TERMS:
THE DAILY GEORGIAN is published in
Savannah at TEN DOLLARS PER ANNUM, pay-
able semi-annually, in advance; or, SIX DOL--
LARS For, SIx MONTHS.
THE TRI-WEEKLY GEORGIAN, for the
Country, is published to meet the arrangement
of the mails, three times a week, (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday,) at the Office of the
DAILY GEORGIAN, and contains all the intel-
ligence, Commercial, Political and Miscella-
neous, including new Advertisements published
in the Daily Paper.
THIS PAPER is sent to all parts of the State
and Union, or delivered in the city, at FIVE
DOLLARS per annum; or, at THREE DOL-
LARS for six months.
THE WEEKLY GEORGIAN, is published
every Friday afternoon, at THREE DOLLARS
per annum-all payable in advance.
August 14, 1817.


Sl~muitftrator Notfces.

N OTICE-Six months after date, I will apply
to the Hon. Judge of Probates for Franklin
County, for a final discharge from the Adminis-
tration of the estate of Donald Campbell, late of
said county, deceased.
JANET WILLIAMS, Adrn'x.
Apalachicola, June 5, 1817. 21-6m
NOTICE.-Six months after publication e1
this notice, application will be made to the
lion. Judge of Probates for Jackson county, for a
final settlement of the administration of the es-
tate of Samuel N. Spears, deceased., late of said
county. ELIZA SPEARS,
February 14, 1857. 5-6m Administratrix.


FRESH[ ARRIVAL, OF
Drut-s, MRedicines, Paints, Oils,
Dye-Stuiffs, Perfumery, Ac.
"PIL^THE undersigned returns his thanks
to his friends and the public for their
liberal patronage, and begs to inform
that he is now receiving an addition-
i t: al supply, which added to his former
stock, renders his assortment unusually large
and complete. English, French, German and
American Drugs; Cosmetics; Perfumery; Glass
and Druggists Glass ware, &c., &c., are offered
to Physicians, Country Merchants and others on
the most liberal terms-all of which he warrants
pure and unadulterated.
11. F. ABELL,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
45 Water street.
Apalachicola, Nov. 21, 1846.


vgjsal Wotitcs.

IN TIIE WESTERN CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA.
IN Franklin Circuit Court.
IN CHANCERY.
Arabella E. Hepburn, widow of-
Burton Hepburn, deceased,
Complainant.
VS.
Joseph L. Hepburn, George 0.
Hepburn, Annie E. Hepburn
and Caroline B. Hepburn,
heirs at law of Burton Hep-
burn, deceased; Daniel K.
Dodge; the heirs of John
Peabody, dec'd, whose trus-
tee is Daniel McDouga.ld; }> Bill for Dower.


PROSPECTUS
OF TIIE

FLORIDA WHIG,
A WEEKLY PAPER,
TO BE PUBLISHED IJ 1Y MR[1U dA.
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 will also contain the
current news of the day and articles in support of
the Whig Policy.
The want of a local paper has been severely
felt in Jackson, Walton and Washington coun-
ties, and has led to the proposed establishment of
-this Journal.
The undersigned hope to obtain sufficient pat-
,ronage to enable them to commence its publica-
tion by the 1st of September.
TsRms-Three dollars per annum, in advance.
$3 50 if paid within six months; or 84- 00 at the
end of the year.


John IV. Campbell; Hudson:
A. Thornton; Nathaniel W.
Thornton ; Hines Holt,; Sea-
born Jones, John H. Howard
and Edward Cary, trustees of
James P. Calhoun & Charles
L. Bass, composing the late
firm of Calhoun & Bass;
William Howland; William
Sloan; Duncan McDou-
gald; Mordicai Myerssas-


T HE subscribers offer for sale a large and sea-
sonable stock of Dry Goods, consisting in
part of
Negro Kerseys and Linseys,
White and Red Flannels,
Plain and Fancy Jeans,
Double twilled Tweeds,
Super fancy Casameres,
Super English and French Cloths,
Whitney Blankets, 10, 11 and 12 qrs
Duffil Blankets, 8, 9 and 10 qrs.
Denims, Kremlins and Cottonades,
Brown Shirting and Sheeting,
Cotton Osnaburgs,
Cotton Drilling and Ticking, j
Linen and Cotton Checks,
Irish Linen, Shirting and Sheeting,
Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting,
English, French and American Prints,
Extra super, plain and twilled Ginghams,
Super Cashimere d'Ecosse,
Extra super Muslin de Laine,
English, Scotch and American do.
Super Italian black and figured Silks,
Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs,
Super English and Pongee Silk IHkfs,
English and American Cotton Hkfs,
'1.1 ,.!1... and Verona head Hkfs,
Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose,
Super Marseilles and Worsted Vestings,
Cltton and Flax Thread,
Plain and fig'd Swiss and checked Muslins,
Jaconet and Cambric Muslins,
Needles, Pins, Tape, &c. &8Z.
Which have been selected with great care in
New York and Boston, from Importers and Agents
of Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates, and
are now offered at wholesale or retail on favorable
terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Dec. 5, 1S46. 41 Water street.

B. Eliisou & Co., 24 Water street.
SHIP CHANDLERY.
M ANILLA and Hemp Cordage of all sizes,
Hambroline, Wormline, Marline, Spun-
yarn, Oakum, Sperm Oil, Fall do, Whale do, Olive
do, Linseed do, R aw do, Boiled do, Spirits Tur-
pentine, Paints, Window Glass, Putty, White
Lead, Red do, Yellow Ochre, Chrome Green,
Emerald do, Imperial do, Chrome Yellow, Ver-
digris, Lith;irage, Sulphur, Bright Varnish, Copal
do, Tar, Rosin, Pitch, Turpentine, Coal, Paint
Brushes, Varnish do, Tar do, Scrub do. Clamp do,
Lamp Black, Chalk, Whiting, Russia Duck. Eng-
lish do, Cotton do, Heavy Ravens do, Light do,
White, Blue and Red Bunting, Nails, Copper do,
do Tacks, Ship Spikes, Boat do, Brads, Screws,
Jack Screws, Anchors, Handspikes, Capstain
Bars, Oars, Blocks, Shives, Jib Hanks, Hand
Psmps, Deck Buckets, Cedar do, Deck Brooms,
Corn do, Caulking Mallets,. Sarving do, Axes, Axe
Shelves, Hooks and Thimbles, Box Hooks, Bale do,
Can do. Cotton do, Boat do, Fish do, Caulking
Irons, -%[ '... Irons, Marline Spikes, Ship Scra-
pers, Bung Dippers, Cook's Ladles, Tormentors,
Dividers, Compasses, Sail Needles, Sail Twine,
Seine do Sewing do, Palms, Rigging Leather,
Pump do, Shovels, Ilammers, Hatchets, Chisels,
Augurs, Planes, Handsaws, Gimblets, Handsaw
Files, Rat Tail do, Iron Squares, Cupboard Locks,
Stock do, Hooks and Staples, Hinges, Padlocks,
Wood Saws, Pendant Haulyards, Hand Lines,
Deep Sea do, Log do, Fish do, Hand Leads, Deep
Sea do, Sheet do, Bar do, Funnels, Lanthorns,
Chalk Lines, Pitch Pots, Log Books, Cargo do,
Belaying Pins, Tin'Ware, Crockery, Carpenter's
Tools, Sampson Posts, &c., &c.
Apalachicola, Jan. 23, 1847.


Drug's and 17edicines.
THE subscriber has, and will
constantly have, on hand, a complete
assortment of DRUGS and MEDI-
CINES, which lie will warrant pure
and of the best quality. Country
Merchants and Planters will find it
to their advantage to call, examine and price his
Goods, before purchasing elsewhere.
N. B. Physician's prescriptions put up with
care and accuracy at any hour of the day or night.
J. C. ALLEN,
March 21 Cor. Centre and Commerce sts.


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


FOR the cure of Dispepsia or Indigestion, Bil-
ious and nervous Headache, Constipation,
Diarrahcea, Gout, Rheumatism, Gravel, Flatu-
lency, &c. For sale wholesale and retail, by
Dec 12 J. C. ALLEN, Druggist.

Warrant's Compound Ektract of
Cubebs and Copavia.
Stands unrivalled for its
efficacy; it performs a cure
in a few days-no confine-
(S' Jment or restriction in diet,
JS^r',6 \ is necessary. It will be
found invaluable, beingpre-
Y 1 pared with the greatest
possible care, upon well
tested principles, founded
upon that important law,
first established by the cel-
ebrated Dr. Fordyce, viz:
that a combination of sim.
iar remedies would produce a more certain,
speedy, and considerable effct, than any equiva.
lent dose of any single one.' In many cases the
disease is entirely prevented by its timely appli-
cation. For sale by
Dec 12 J. C. ALLEN, Druggist.
WrINE Ei',S

IT-


W ISTAR'S and Swayne's Balsam of Wild
Cherry, just received and for sale by
Nov 28 J. C. ALLEN.
SHEETINGS, Shirtings and Prints, by tht
bale and case, low for cash, by
I B. ELL[SON & CO.
Jan 23 24t Water street.
Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry.
1 DOZEN, just received and for sale byv
1 April 10 -H. F. ABELL.


NEW ORLEANS TYPE FOUNDRY
AND
Printers' Furnislhing Warehouse.
,Xo. 17 Canal street oww.
HE undersigned beg leave to announce to
T Publishers and Printers, that I hey have es-
tablished a complete and extensive TYPE FOUN-
DRY in this city. The Book Letter of this
Foundry was cut to order by workmen of long
experience, and, as no expense was spared to
obtain the handsomest faces and to perfect it in
every respect, we will venture to say it will be
found as handsome, if not the handsomest in the
United States. We have also a very handsome
assortment of Flowers and Job Letter of the la-
test style, to which we would call the attention
of Printers before purchasing elsewhere. All
articles manufactured by us shall be of a mate-
rial equal, it not superior, to any rnanufaclured
at the North ; and as we shall sell Type at New
York prices, we trust to mnet with encourage-
ment.
We are now prepared to manufacture BRASS
RULE and TYPE of any magnitude, with prompt-
ness. We would also particularly call the at-
tention of Printers to our LEADS, having an en-
tire new set of moulds, by which we ire 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 or. hand, and furnished at
manfacturer'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,
by stating the size of the paper, or the particular
style and quantity of v-ork to be executed.
W-3 The proprietors of newspapers who will
publish this advertisement six months, and send
a paper to our office weekly, will be paid for the
advertisement by purchasing six times thcamorunt
of advertising bill in Type.
GREEN & CO.,
May 22, 1S47. 10-(;m 17 Canal st. Row.
]Drvsgns & Medeciues.
F HE subscriber has just received per recent
_U arrivals from New, York, a full and com-
plete stock, consisting in part, Sulph: of Qui-
nine, Hyd. de Potassii, Caustic Potasse, Solicine,
Murrate and Sulph. of Morphine, Luuer Caustic,
Chloride of Gold and Sodium, Caiomel, Jalap,
Ipicac, Iodine, Rhubarb, Pulvr. and Root. Sen-
na, Epsom Salts, Bach n Leaves, Castor Oil,
Seidlitz Powders, Soda Powders, Sulpher, flower
and role, Copperas, Saltpeter, Alum, Aloes,
Calcind and Curb. of Magnesia, Gum Camphor,
Flax Seed, Borax. Also a large supply of as-
sorted Glass Ware, arid a general, assortment of
all articles in the Drug line. For sale by
Junet2 H. F. ABELL.
Warrant's Effervescent Seltzer
Aperient.
HTEALTH RENEWED, and an invigorated
and healthful condition of body produced
by the use of TAR11ANT'S EFFERVESCENT
SELTZER APERIENT.
This preparation is universally allowed-to be
the most popular remedy of the present day, for
the prevention and cure of Indigestion, Bilious
and Liver Complaints, Nervous Weakness, Head-
ache, Heartburn, habitual Costiveness, &c.
Travellers and residents in warm climates will
find it a desirable article; it prevents any accu-
mulation of bile, is portable, and the method of
preparation is unusually convenient. Children
have frequent occasion for gentle and cooling
purgatives; they will take this aperient in pre-
ference to any other. Sold wholesale and retail by
Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist, &c.


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


CANADIAN VE l1I[IFUlE.
The remedy to which we would call the atten-
tion of the public, is one which has proved sue'
cessful for a long lime ; and it is universally ac-
knowledted by all whio Lave tritd it, to be FAR
SUPERIOR to any other medicine ever employed
in diseases for which it is recommended. It not
onlv destroys WO1RMS AND INVIGORATES
THE WHOLE SYSTEM, but it dissolves and
carries offthe superabundant slime or mucus SO
PREVALENT IN THE STOMACH AND
BOWELS OF CHILDREN, more especially
those in bad health. The mucus forms the bed
or nest in which Worms produce their young,
and byremoving it, it is impossible for worms to
remain in the body. It is harmless in its effects
on the system, and the health of the patient is
always improved by its use, even when no worms
are discovered.
The Canadian Vermifuge is only 25 cents a
bottle and is much more easily administered, than
other.
Prepared only by JOHN WINER & Co., 83
Maiden Lane, New York.
H. F. ABELL, Agent
Jan 0 for Apalachicola.
The Great Caaadalian Kesnedy.
W NEAR'S PECTORAL SYVIUP
OF HOREHOUND ELECAMPANE,
Unrivalled for the cure of Coughs,rColds, Asthma,
Spitting of Blood, Whooping Cough, Difficul-
ty of Breathing, Pleurisy, Consumption,
and all Diseases of the Lungs.
Bronchitis, a disease that is sweeping thou-
sands to a premature grave under the name of
Consumption, can be cured by using this medi-
ci6ne.
For several years past, this medicine has been
in use in Canada, where it has become universal-
ly ktiown, and is considered the best medicine
in use for all pulmonary diseases. The great
success which has attended its use in that coun-
try, and the many truly wonderful cures which
have been eflbcted by it, has induced the proprie-
tors to introduce it into the United States, con-
fident of its being the most safe and valuable re-
medy ever discovered, and adapted to all diseases
of the lungs, when any of the functions do not
perform their natural or hasty action, exerting a
most grateful and soothing influence over the
functions of, the whole system,"'diminishing ex-
citement when excessive, allaying irritation,
soreness and pain, and speedily impartingrenew-
ed vigor and elasticity to the whole frame.
Prepared and sold, wholesale and retail, by
JOHN WINER & Co., S3 Maiden Lane, New
York, soie proprietor for the United States.
11. F. ABELL, Agent
Jan 9 for Apalachicola.


G REEN & CONNERY, No. 36, Water street,
have just received and offer for sale
125 sacks Green Rio Cofleee, (new crop ;)
100 barrels Northern and Western Flour;
200 Old Rectified Whiskey ;
100 boxes white, pale and brown Soap;
5 hhds N. 0. Sugar; 5 do Muscovado~do;
20 casks Bacon Sides and Shoulders;
5 Hams ;
20 barrels Clarified Sugar;
10 boxes Loaf do;
50 Sperm Candles;
20 barrels N E Rum;
10 cc White's Baltimore Gin;
10 Domestic Brandy;
10 N 0 Molasses;
50 boxes Englisli Dairy Cheese;
50 pieces Kentucky Bagging ;
30 coois Rope;
10, bales Alicant Mats;
80 bxsand hlf-bxs (new crop) Mal. Raisins;
10 Lemons;
75 Manufactured Tobacco;
25 cases assorted Pickles;
30 barrels Mackerel, Nos-2 and 3 ;
20 hall bbis do do;
20 boxes assorted Syrups;
20 chests and boxes Gunpowder and Hy-
son Teas;
10 chests and boxes Powelhong Teas ;
2 half pipes Old Cognac Brandy;
10 baskets 'Heidsieck" Champagne;
50 kegs Nails- assorted sizes ;
25 bbls Pilot and Navy Bread ;
3 tierces new Rice;
20 kegs and quarters new Buckwheat ;]
200 bushels Norther Oats.
Apalachicola, Dec. 5, 1846.
Tobacco.
2 HALF boxes Manufactured "W L Roane"
7/ Brand.
44 half boxes Manufactured '4W Price" Brand.
39 do. "
28 "W Barlow" "
4S 22 lb. boxes J W Morgan" "
1-2 lb Lumps.
5 boxes Manufactured "J W Morgan" Brand
Premium.
5 boxes Napo-
leon's" Brand "Magnolia."
5 boxes Manufactured Napo-
leon's" Brand "Strawbery."
50 20 Ib boxes Manufactured '' "Napo-
leon's" Brand Magnolia."
9 boxes Manufactured Morford Honey Dew
10 Crates Crockery; 10,000 Florida Segars.
30 doz Negro Caps; 60 doz Hoes, assorted."
Ingrain Carpeting, Cotton Cards, Trace Chains.
For sale low to close consignments, by
LOCKHART & YOUNG,
Nov. 14 53 Water street.


Franklin Circuit Court,
STATE OF FLORIDA.
Charles Barnarnd, Abel
Adams, George W.
5 Barnard and Charles
Larkin, Merchants, Attachment.
trading underthe firm }Sum sworn to$4543 90.
of Barnard, Adams Damages 4,Vlc,,.
& Co."

John Dill.
TIItE Defendant and all others interested, will
J. take notice'of the institution of the above
suit by attachment, returnable to the December
Term, 1847, of Franklin Circuit Court, and will
appear and plead thereto, according to law.
CARRAWAY SMITH,
Plaintiff's Attorney.
Apalachicola, April 13, 1847. aprill7 14-4m

Franklin Circuit Court.
D. K. Dodge, )
vs. IN CHANCERY.
James C. Watson, et al.
D. K. Dodge, )
vs. Bill for Partition.
D. McDougald, et. al. ,
G EORGE W. ROSS having filed a petition on
the 22d April, 1846, praying to have a cer-
tain amount of money now in Court, belonging to
defendants, appropriated to the payment of his
fees as the Counsellor and Solicitor of said de-
fendants; and the matter having been referred to
me as Special Master in Chancery to act and re-
port upon the same, after having given 30 days
notice by publication in the papers. It is there-
fore ordered that said George W. Ross, the defen-
dants Watson, McDougald, et. al., and all others
interested, to appear before me in the city of
-Apalachicola on the seventh (7th) of April next,
then and there to present or defend their respec-
tive claims, &c.
CARRAWAY SMITH,
Special Master in Chancery.
Apalachicola, March 6, 1847. 8-5t
The hearing of the above matter is post-
poned until Friday, the 16th inst.
Apalachicola, April-10,1847- 13-1t
(0- The hearing of the above matter is post-
poned until the 30th June next.
Apalaehicola, April 24,1847. 15-2m
0j- The hearing of the above matter is post-
poned until the 30th of November next.
Apalachicola, July 3, 1847.


I Blank Books andl Stationery.
L EDGERS, Journals, Day Books, &c.
50 reams Foolscap and Letter Paper;
Cotton Memorandum Books;
Ship and River Bills Lading;
Boooks for Letter Press.
Blank Bills of Exchange and Checks,
Just received and for sale by
March 1 H. F. ABELL.


For Sae,
100 BBLS. FLOUR; 50 bbls. Whiskey;
100 50 bbls. ..1-d....-;; 20 hhds Sugar.
Just landed from schooner Ann, and for sale
low, for cash, by
March 27 NOURSE, STONE & CO.
HATS and Caps by the case low for cash by
B. ELLISON & CO.
For Sale,
1 ' HHDS. choice N 0 Sugar;
J.U 50 bbls Flour, by
Feb 2 NOURSE, STONE & CO.
SALAD OIL, just receivedand for sale by
S Apr 1 17 H. F. ABELL


I


Balsamn of liverwort.
A REMEDY most perfect is said now to be
discovered in settled Consumption, Liver
Complaint, or any of their incipient symptoms,
on the Chrono-Thermal system, by the use of
Doctor TAYLOR'S celebrated medicine, the
Genuine BALSAM OF LIvERwORLT, which he pre-
pares at 375 BOWERY. This plan of treatment,
now espoused by several eminent physicians, is,
and has been for a long time, the secret of the
unparalleled success which has attended Doctor
Taylor's medicine in performing its wonderful
cures, which in many, very many cases, have
been almost incredible, but the conclusive proofs
the Doctor can bring forward are irresistible, and
we advise all who may have coughs or simple
colds even, to use this perfect specific without
delay. '-Franklin says a small leak will sink a
big ship." Therefore, cure your coughs before
your lungs are past cure. For sale by
J. C. ALLEN, Sole Agent for
-- Apalachicola.
CAUTION-The genuine Doctor TAYLOR'S
BALSAM OF LIVERWORT, has on the bottle a
splendid steel plate engraving, to prevent coun-
terfeits signed by Gurdon J, Leeds, any other is
vile and dangerous imitations, and the public are
cautioned not to purchase or deal in it, as it is
protected by the U. S. Copy Right Laws.
March 21, 1846. 12-1y


'Bay Hum.
A FRESH supply of A. French's superior
Bay Rum, just received and for sale by
June 12 H. F. ABELL.


NOTICE.
P ERSONS having business with the subscri-
bers (luring their absence from the city, will
please to apply to Mr. Charles A. Green.
July 12 / J. DAY & CO.
Bull's and Sand's
ARSAPARILLA, just received, for sale by -/
June 12 H. F. ABELL.


r


Oil Cloths and Carpets.
1 PCS Oil Cloth, I and 2 yards wide;
3 pes super Ingrain Carpeting;
3 Cott6n "
2 Stair "
For sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO.
Dep 5 41 Water street.
Boots and Shoes.
BOY'S and Men's Russet Brogans;
Men's sew'dl and peg'd Kip Brogans ;
Gents fine Calf Brogans ;
Wm's peg'd and sew'd Shoes; Children's do. do.
Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes;
Super Ladies' coarse and fine Calf Boots.
A large and extensive assortment, just received
and for sale by WM. G PORTER & CO.
Dec 5 41 Water street.


Franklin Circuit Court.
Barnard, Adams & Co.,)
VS. In C
John Dill and Elizabeth In haer
Ann Dill. J
T having been made to appear by affidavit that
the defendants John Dill and Elizabeth Ann
Dill, reside out ot the State of Florida, to wit:
in the State of Georgia, It is ordered that pub,
location be made for four months, in some news-
paper printed in the city of Apalachicola, requi-
ring them to appear and answer said bill, else it
will be taken pro confesso.
THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.
July 24, 1847. 28-4m
ROSE and Lavander Water, for sale by
July 17 J.C. ALLEN.


Coffee.
1 BAGS RIO, for sale by
100 May 15 J. DAY & CO.
C REAM TARTAR and Tamarinds, just re-
ceived and for sale by
April 177 H. F. ABELL.


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


I I Hoarhound Candy.
T EASE'S Clarified Essence of Hoarhound
Candy, just received and for sale by
June 2 H. F. ABELL.


Panacea.
_OUCK and SWAIM'S Panacea just received
-- and for sale by
June 12 tI. F. ABELL


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




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( .';T flJ.'jR'r, IS'' > TS. SHOES. HATS, Its life has a'mystic meaning, not happy They may command the spontaneous how do you do when there is a number omen I of the fact every day. but never

! & WsVliiK'KKUY: ;1 : I.:l V;. ,.l-c.'iIIICIjAu1.FI A VCOMMISSION ;, For few to undcr tanll. homage of their fellow-creatures; running for the same office as is tin did we hear of its being carried: out'lo its

"tr stet I' ref t. J I and) FORWARDING Its/ l leaves ilh mc the valley ; their brows may be wreathed with the case at present for the offices of Justice ofl I full extent until yesterday. \Ve'* tell the

.Aji.dachicola Fa.jjS MEICHANTS, Its oder scents the wood ; brightest laurels of fame and their memories the Peace and Constable, in the same district tales as they were told to us."
No. 5311'ater :ht"cf.; be embalmed in the hearts
may of their ?
And if evil men come near it, About iwo weeks ace a young man, well
no1
I]. .. XIanlin, Apalachicola FlaJSREMIAH They grow for the moment good countrymen ; but they are ever disturbed Sandon." Notes for them all, of course known in ,this city fur his industrious and

[I .'II I'1f: Inx MERCHANT, 1UV. ]).i.iIEL J. lJu'. by the bitter breath: of envy/and t the dread< -carries out my principle. economical hibil'as taken sick with the
ycRua-e., N. Ii. Columbus Buildings, When the winds are trartced in slumber; of (heir rivals, like a Promethean vulture Recorder. .
Apalachicolal'A.rteIiifeu .T. Day iV Co., .Y ow, since you have enlightened yellow fever. The young gentleman iu
&1" -' I COMMISSION) M 11 RC II ANTS, : The rays of this luminous /flower preys upon hern. The ,poor are not happy! me as to your peculiar political questionwe are sorry losay, walt very mean,

'* Rohr. & Co., No. 52 Water street, Shed glory more than earthly I They are blinded by the glare of their{ superiors system, which, if I understand you rightly, in fact so much so, that in nil probability

I IN" MMJmVAUK 1: AND! SHIPSSiF. I)<*c ."> .\pltladi cob, Fa. O'er the lake, and hill and bower! and they deem their situations to be< is no more than an exposition of your pub he would have tanned) the hide of a certain

.t.1'. 11,1.: t x. SPIEL NAILS, j CCJ- AIn, gent; for -lit-ialnFiiranccCo.: The hut, the hall, the palace, worse than what they deserve. lic life how do 1Vltat ,
.. the Protection Insnr.in; -fj C\,." and the "Hart- youlive supports' offensive insect in order to have preservedits
PIl\f.-\\ ,r\STIXG', Yea, earth's forsaken sod, Education and refinement have dune 1"Sandon I sktn. This
!
ord lusutince Co. It.lrlfort'l < you the
.unn. man, although
I Vw- ''"**. '"''' c much for the young "
II .;tI'i'"r: "'r } -' -'- - ---- Shine out in the wondrous lustre benefit of man. But with all -" Why, the candidates support very pattern of probity, wouldn't even wear .

1U. 1'u Ilitrrc. HaJ'H' .S fZolnrCOMMISSION That fills the heavens of Hod their boasted blessings he has not attained of fool ..
Ap.tIJdllco1a. 1.t. ME1C11AN": I 'S yet me, course. 1 s'pose I ain't enough stockings. The consequence!, that he : of Ia..:
'1 lo perfect happiness. The contrast to support myself in times of political excitement I causju cold look the fever :I ..
-- -- -- -- ------- also, Three kings came once to a hostel one rainy day, <
between '
n,1f"I't '' \'" the sage in his deep researches after #
CUKKVKU.
,. ,1\1. r. like these. and would have died had it not tecrifor his t
? ( j/t ffJl'I1/1' ,
3 < Wherein lay the flower so rate
( t\ Ch(,( '. SUN MUTUAL 1XSUK \NTi: COMPANY: A star since his roof ; wislrm, and the untutored savage who Recorder." Ah, you live on them day parsimony. The fever racked his frame, isa t '
nls"'i X M E U C II .\ N T S, : over loams hit native woods without the knowledge about I 1"Samlon.
nl\ O f\f\ Ci'Oily t+f.\i-IP YuriNo. -, suppose made: his head feel; like volcano mi the
I ,, 1 II) 'Oii''. \.21 V'ater rtreft. r.rWat-r -f Ir"ctl And they knelt a-loiinq; there ofbrxjks!, is i greater J far greater in pointof .-" Nt I doesn't, your honor. eve of eruption, :and so palsed his limbs, that:

Apalall1)1J,1. la. I'c 2.- alirhicob.! Pa.dlAd.1R When'ver thou sefit a damsel! lenruinj than enjoyment. Pope in I'd scorn the had. I regulates the scale of!t I he was scarcely ble lo move tjn t.'r. The
. It-! .__ _._ ----- ._____ __._ __ Whose : eyedazzle and win, of I
., I:. f IJ. DAI.IA.H'M tV UI. 5J. Sort<>r *V Co. young speaking the poor Indians, has said time society with which 1 favors them, os'i l i eyes of the mean young gentleman. were too
l' \.. I Ij O. that her heart cherish: "
pray may "
\ DT' :: HaHan ) : I IX ri llt\i iH A.XM COMMISSION To r.K con en8 his natural desire graduated) principles of ju-tice. weak to move in their .socket"-his tongue

.-,, \1| : l > \ %. ; !: j.to' CHANTS, :-nfii\\Ts.: Tin.! li.wcrdf, tl'iwers within He a-ks 10 an-elV wing, no Ft""r.tI'It'/fire Recorder." I don't understand you." hung lazily in Iis. mouth and his heart had
.--. Hut IhiiK--! admitted to an equalky.; .
.to< 'i I' 11 JtI atr/1:tip ilnirs.I ?vu.1i Water ;Street, -- -- His taiikful dog f-hall.Jt'ar him StnJI\n.-h means this your honor- almost ceased vihrate.f Ilis face was asyel-
I'' \'" i teua''I'd.; t' h'i .\pr.hiC'o1a.! F.'. U: ncrlanroufJ( company.It
j,t t I rnu'rcitre that I always makes a candidate fur Sheriff low as saffrun, ind Iii. miserable appearance
-- --- ---- considerations that give
many [
--------------. -- -- good lo me for three day's livin', and five showed that the""scourse of our climate"had
---T't: %nt' 1'recott. f>. ::. Wood A (I'f., us pain, and paralyze the arm extended ro I

, I,'.nj, 'i, >\ \, !:: :. MIX! r AM TOHACCOI COMMISSION I i) FORWARDING WHO IS IIAPPV' hold the cup of pleasure to our lips. Tin | night's drinks within a given time, mini} I.,I given him. a splendtJ thrashing. The

. I, ,;\xpr.T': II!; VN I WIOXEU. 11ERC I +i iNI LT It lias frequently been remarked that happiness mother wows not when her precious babe me. A member of the Legislature is good doctor who had been attending him, camein

\ .-sV ,I1 ,., -'Itti.*.l> S'><*""' !',""',; r""n., }. 7, CI.llllntull.Jw, is the object of every rrnn. But how will bcome an afflicted orphan. 'I'hechild for two Coroners I aint particular about. and really believing that his patient was

, "'.''"! ..1''ala'ieo1a. 1 'f' d. Nuv.i-- -"',-1 hi'- ;.--- 11.l.ll'ilic3.-| -...--! .-Fl.i-- few attain it in this world Tim present i is cannot tell when it will be fatherless, nor Justices of tha Peace 1 come on for iwcday's going to die, after feeling his pulse' told him
-- -- \1cKE\7.lI hour of restlessness and hvin' and extra drinks. From candidates : that he must prepare tar another ahd a
& .. Jr. I II if, Ar.Y1 WYI.IE, 1V;t A. : ; always nn anxiety, can thefather tell when he will be l called to I "
j. n. for Constable I take miscellaneoustreats. better world.
NETiIAN'r'! ,/,'ii{ .5: JrZvfny.ilCOMMISSION -, and ilie "happy to-tnorrow" which we so resign lis.darling boy to the cold embrace of ,
\1.MSSON "
,...'T0Ib & : I M 1 F.RC ANT ? constantly/ promise ourselves never arrives. death The gril who braids her hair 41 Ductal', saiti the diving man, opening
11'alrrstr'rt sunny
S ;1. .
_,. ) .1ras.\rnt.e. I I'A N... Z',! W lt.r"C't.: ]Earthly happiness is always in prospect and in the norning oflife, and plights her bridal Recorder. system seems lobe his languid' ryes, ho-.v long du you think I
_. Alasiachirpola I I'.nl. for idle work admirable will live ?
one too to a most
-- -- ---- 1. I l' I';. As smoothed and ,
never objects are
l ..____ present vow at he altar, knows not the time whether
.r aol' Mimn. K'urene \\. Ilorrer*. --' '-- It made reduced a II friend" answered the
> \ HIX .1 : - rounded and shorn of their one. is living easy, to My poor physician
| rit.' .ScSiiJi'cr.WHOLF.SALK asperities by mirthful voice' will be changed to rhewillow'
.E.
.
:. ;
(I'lia. U.I. V < O. distance to science. I cannot say that you have I.Q wiping the tears from his spectacles
OH0CEH.jJl'.I.rticuluall"llti"lid. SU days come arc fondly
AND UF.TAIL imagined wail of does the ouch
COM''Itz t < 1'pN 1 AIIICIAN1'I .<, I wo ; nor } visible means of support fur those on whom "I do/not Hunk thatyou can lire more than
upiimiiy! ,, be : of the difficulties and misforlune"s
putting
+ .i iu to stripped i whom she blesses with her love know the
\\ :! .r strtt-'I, rely for a support, are necessarily twenty-four hours."
it.tmho'\t and ship Store you
that attend those that are i
gone ; fatal hour that rend his affectionate
: [u Apaljchicula! Fa street may the in the commu Oh. doctor !" exclaimed the dying
.. __ __ JS'u. t'j Watt-r among most public men
and the of the cliff
jock or dances
as presence bosom As the brcrz that lightly
*: H. C'jy\KRV. X w. U 1 1 Apalirhicola. 1'la. nity.t I s\talliet you go." mau.: "don't say that But still if I can't
\IGar."- that the smooth and even tie vale and with leaves
-- --- proves appearanceit along at noon, .
---- sports '
Why, Sandon, said a friend when he live I 1 must IJf u.1! to the will of
(:r(','a iV Cnnnc"r, "r. r. .,bllt, wore while at a distance was deceptive and flowers in its/ course, before sunset may suppose" .

.r :OM M t 1 s v M }I.* R C H A NTS tVi.r-kL1: : v-.n nF.T-\IJ.. and not real, jO the arrival of each day mingle vith the storm, so the heart that i i'i got outside the door 44he" let you off ease.' Providence !
S.. : \V.ltd4rept. '< h'a" obliged to, said Sandon, he The dying man covered over his face with
M-OK"X1-N! \TNT
l n1;.\I.El11 IX D'lU1s. proves that the happiness with which we limit anc f.1I'dVith joy in the tnorn'mz, at I "
F\ how I the bed-clothes and the be-
\PU'CHlC'T.\, knows wotes. physician not
nIL"! GI.\3", :-t'., &t..
behold it crowned while it in
was be shrouded in doom and
fondly jet e\rnin torn I
k. Jtwrtittrr: C,. f'aD: Yur/:. of 3rnay; I : in able to endure the :('f'na* just about
in Al'<', A oral a;- irtfi'Ms Statint'iyC : ;
g? : wl-;
delusive and il11ailarHUf ;
ftitniity Was with ai' tlih. The sunshine of plea,;urc A man and }his wife, had been mar-
t :.n' \ t.i.'KliN, Asr-nt. .V t'iestnlt: :>'d \\IC"r s1re.t"oril to depart, when his patient railed out lo
:''o"l S. .1' \.Ih'1' str..t1. .\ t U :\nIIt'hi.It.I'a: I such i is the nature of man, that, let his present may gh aril ao ig our path to-day but tomorrov i ried ten years, disagreed and determined to him, "Doctor, what do you think it will

-'- --- -- -' .- -..-- - - .---- prospects he ever so dark and t gloom, the heavy cloud rf adversity may i sepaiale.= The terms of their separationwere cost for fun.ri"! ?" -

lain !s. Uufritlsts, II. D. Iir "My ,
..;'CT1'! ) \ !I' I.. ;: \cn COMMIT ION N.I. C- lainhn-! i-I'lusst: him. liendinc bfaiitifiilly; / amid the li-s concsnled amid the flowers that the arrondisement in which they lived.- pour
4
; J MLi'.t'H! i ; AXT.Vjtvr l n. (. '? S I I. ".. -1-A'latjchieuh. .. -FJ.- clouds of adversity, while Hope! comeswainj bloom! along our way, and frequent hurls They[ were Parisians. physician; with tears in his ojes, it than will
----- not cost muclt-I'wholy not more
,let t ,>. ,' ';".' '.' \ Ai-M.ACHicon stfrtfl. Fai ;; strt'.rat71.1 Still tt INC his peace Iii atICH ihroiijrhlip "loom, her arrows from the covert whei.cc we (leas 4 Have you any children l'said the Judge. S23."
5. ;- ;
_. ilil11AxT 1 an I gives hilll to exult in the belief that all! them. 4 Ye Monsieur.
-- --- ---- ') M \11 < S lOX1 : expecr The dying man started up i in his bed and

.1" ".: .. F. S'jirrior, X '. I : Wn i-r strit-1'\\* -t.nr; <, shall yet Lr \.f'lJ. \\Tlo then can be happy ? Is therein 4 How many /' raising his hands as though he was going to

: : : ; 'UFtw.nLtXt; .. p-.: !I. i 1-,. .\\wili'ol.t. !, F1.1LUlU' '' IIi pe Fjinnr- ei'-rr.al 1 in ti!:<" hnmi.ii: !.r.-ant 1 ; ant idute against the ills of lifeYes ; thereligir'u Three-two boys and a girl-and it i is exorcise exclaimed in the
a most
I ghost
*_ .1 .1 1Na4rc! MCItrHANT: ---------.- MHII l never j i.-, l!.iltt'f to !III' ble.tVho !" of our blessed lord and Saviour i in is with them that lies Our difficulty. Madame
) .\ nI",;:, CH \nL.Ej l'nA1T.Dtltle I pitiable tones, Ok 1/(, Duclor dons jai/
'. Fla.r. \ is happyVe? see aiound lisa sovereign balm fur afliictioris.? It wind wishes to have two of them:so do 1.
fc !;tt'. I thai I can't afford >o pay -S25 lo le buried.
-- -- .-- ': -.: & t: 1.1f lliglti\ j\1E! CIL\T., busy multitude of human brings, rn a rdin itself: lil:1 tender vine, into the gladdened I Have you agreed to abide by my decision Its higher. titan Ql tr PIt pay and I can't

vs. ci:io l, N.>. 11)< Water *"trt-rt, a; thousand different l pursuits.-'umt"- in recesicsof the heart, and binds together its ?' I njj'ord il"

.CTiuN.: : i UNi j COMMISSIONM t\ -.'.*. .. .\IHI 't'b-"h, rt. the !bloom of youth, some in the vi;-inr ot f broken parts. ]It 1 gilds the 11Jrnh.lt/ lin- I I'e have,' said both of them. So saying, the young gentleman sunk

i r.'I'MI ANT.Siur ----- -- -f --' imr.huoilniid: sonic in the decline o(' life' jers around the grave, throws a Hallowed Vt-iy well my frit'ntls-I condem you, *.
back, and like Niobe. Although worth
:f. t:. '.a 10: I wept
/ -j nf pid'tiz fairaiingt. CO.1lMI5SHN i AND -PRWA1DIMEiicnAtiT. I N C [:vans on' is gOing-; his own way, and hag a beam upon the midnight cloud of death.It .- I I rlt..n.0/ have another child so that you some four or five thousand dollars in solid

't :! ._. ArAI.. 4CHIC3I.A, F A. del: rllf eti-1 in view. SJlne"arc striving t softens our beieavemer.ts banishes our ; may each have two. \Vhen you have ob- I cash he couldn't afford to she: because his
-- --- - ----
t;n..',(' v\ thu'nc', .V->. 52 Wit.v-rrcf! "to chmh the steep where fame's: proud i sorrows, heals our :afflictions, blunts the< I laiiietl throat you may return to me.' funeral would cost him &2.j. The meanness -

c"\r-! : :, :-1 !.t: U .s.r.it: ? !1. Aj ;'hHin.14!. Ipmpls) thiiips afar ;" others are content to edge of our misfortunes, soothes us in our : The matter was then adjourned for nine I If t of his disposition stiil.m_ into his system -

.N .. l-i, a. < "iiiStw! J. !H. R. 1V,n";. ki-rp the noiseless t t-iiotir of their way,'' /trebles, calms the storm of adversity, tenders f month. Two years afterwards the worthy I drove the fever out, and' he recovered.The .

.' .'; 'W-' 'r-3; IVooil & Co. free from the jars: and bustle that animate doubly! sweet our pleasures, endears l magistrate, who in the meanwhile had learned next anecdote that we have lo relate,

," .\ :, Af! f I.H:.. AUCTIOM'.KUS 1 AND I C d .':\ ISS10XMF.H the \\ III lei of n.spiranis alter renown; some our friendships! gives the l present life if I nothing of the husband or wife, met the I is that of an unfortunate man who was

_. '--. f. !1i A XT'' are iJelvinsj! the enith for a 't'tlJtsl1h..is.- worth and ensures us life eternal beyond< t former. taken sick with the; lever, and who was attended -

1.1; wa J'I :Uc I;u1r, ?%r ). I1'"ll,l i.r.'ri. ju1li'I tanrr ; others are pending their vessels tofurci crave. It is the bright crown of Jdulh. and ; 4 A I, well' said he, how about the separation on by a gentleman in every way skilled -

f-t..1.: \p.It!: !:i"lIh ,n sluiii-s., to return iadened; with good liif; dearest treasure of hoary agr I ; arid he : ?' in his profession. The worthy doctor
.
AUCTIONEKll' I T. .Afiiti A (a)., and WlH'ome are in their shops, eagerlypUinjr \. ho !lives under its sacred led heavenly in- 4 Still impossible, MonsieurInstead oil parsing in his gig by a hovel m the upper

;Ut oJ ( "t'r'. ,\j. '", d..r.\,\1'\I"IdtH'o11'.t, I'a.wJ. C O M M J ll I S : I t" V M I il: 11 r JI A NTS, thenis lips at the business of handy lltience is happy K.: H. II. I four children, we have now five: part of the pity i early in t the monin, heard

No. 4Waler Mrfft, craft others are Bunging about Highways [ Youth's Map/nine.
; moaning, if in His
pnm.
-- ---- ----- -- 1'111L: wnr.: ANI THE 1rt Itu.t.- some one ;;s great

UanfO;', -lI-t..1.- .-. -" --- -_.--Apildchicola---------,-Fa.-- and) public places., destitute of the menis: of [From theN, O. DeltaAM ; ] I While a uumbr of lawyers and gentlemen sympathies being arou f'd.| he alighted and

''Tr i V '' \ II' \f11I 1 SSIOX "Etca.\XT, .3. C. A1Ien, (lIIpO'II1'l1t.c! see a thousand dillerent I were iliniug at Wiscas, a few since, went to the spot from whence ihe noise pro-
Till: 1NlvIaisALVOTER.: years
!1- SANUON)
+: "+ ::,l-n.\f. AliKXr.Kr \t stn!.,-,!!,. ,.;,.1! I.-tnl;: D-itl'rin faces "some adorned! with the rorsof juusli/ I jolly soul from the Emerald Isle appeared t. ceeded. It was a winched apartment ; in a

*. .:'. '. A,.!, ) U'J-5, :.I'-ih'iVI! :>, PAINTS, OILS, and! hpausy, otliens deformed with the wrink; In the group of characters which tin I called for dinner. The landlord{ told little ratrow room the walls of which were
1 3" ( ordorHvltfM OLASrHiJrstlMS, -c., &'. of the Itecorder's office 'entti I and
I. .t Ion Ics of and care.Ve hoar a thousand I: {picture pre .
ape I him he should dine when the gentlemen : covered with mildew! in one corner there
: t.) :J.I-5O different voices some melodious with the: \'hHI'IdJdINe! was one of so marked :a :
1'. it .1 "fiirt'n. wi'Hintiif of : l I were done. Let him crowd in amongst was a bedstead that seemed almost too weak

1 1(t.n.,t.\: ,'', J S 1 !\v Orleat 1 .. normo.m.\\\-'T.\TI'I\ElV: ) : \,- .\rc. lories of mirth and joy otlieis heavy wtli ;ntour and lout cnifiiMe, thai a connoisseur for t ii"'whispered a limb of the law. and we 1 I to stand up. A pine table, with very rheumatic -
('uinmt' I'1 .-rte, the of and !lillt. The could not fail to select him as an object
rU 1.1.JcKF.zu;, > cir of (art a'it fe notes sorrow ctlmp will hive fun with/ him.. The '! looking leuctutH] Jy the bedside ;
fir .+.i!.,nijciict'la.33cofcssioji.il frr: 4 A.trlleoa: '! .Kla.FACTOR ... wothl presents a varied aspect of idleness comtemlplatirestudy. His hair giew !.pr"e. some lri.la.I' then there trunk and an old hair
Has a : ,
1"
'ilS'i1 ------ i look! his seat at the table. ,
,. _. nd : 1 ./11*,.1111 'i.ifl ,/fi; "1'1, ',. and was of a wirtexture : flef p.I.ltcral, fur mart
iscr', -
lr: v. feiyclt'1'- Inc wiry, IJI IIOIIIII i
j [ ( Xotfct.s.ln ANI> c.Mi: -'\!ioN MHRCHANT'o. 1 and defoimity, of wealth and poverty, of rows traversed Ins forehead ; his eyes were 'I friend ?' I' in the room <>f the dying man. The physician -
art t vice :11111'iltlle. splendor! and obscurity like glass balls, dimly! lit up by weak rush
\ War ci I No sir, I was horn in Ireland: I approached the bed ol the Mitferer, and
, -- \I..tdlib' Fa.Av of and lights Ins nose was like a mound of semi
Up % and knowledge, gayety ;
ignorance and his
'his
( after nt
''HI. r$1 r.1.)\ EY (nnEEX i 1 .11. H.J ,*rv *V .1 or' ", wretchedness! ; aiid one would think! that ripe, laspberries, and his mouth partook catfish/ or I I 4 4 No Is your sir, father he is dead still.living ? 1 I II I pulse,looking told him that tongue he thought ffelinsj he could

! b,- lit.l'T! ; :in- r -id.-nre, foru'T of![ (atOcJrs.\ I\i iMSI"MIIRCIIANTS! amid] such a dirveisity of circumstancesand the, characteristics of the genus What is occupation P not live. .

re au-i. Hi:ii'roots, opposite the Mansion 1\u..1:) U'niel -tr'f.t.H."C employments surely some were happy. I lie I held in his hand a hat which was not all I 'A horse your sir.' I Oil Doc.!" exclaimed the unfortunate

te, __ Nov_ ". : .--"\j1arar'hita.._';-- Fa. Hut; -mile is not always jhe index of a a hat, for it had been divested of a portion 4 What was jocks, father's occupation ?' I II cieatuere, gasping all the while lor.breath,
your
The bosom of the leaf and his entire toggery proved tc "
and i
heart full of : pleasure. "I've] someihm mind !
peace on
Dr. .4. \V. ( C lwttrtl :U':( Ull} whatever Trading hOI ses. got my
'JlaDtiart. that wears the t Tightest rose is sometimes an ocular demonstration that I 44 What is it Jeilow ? ]If have
ANH DF.ALl'IJIX : Did father cheat one while my poor you
COMMISSIONMKIiMMIAXT
tJoOErt\\: i Drua; Store c.1! R. S.lIa\\'ley. the keenest and dieindividual might be the state of his morals he was your any
DRV (;O"I-! .\ \ !, HIm! i a prey to anguish i here ?' anything. that weighs 1Ica'j011:. your conscience -
eaance nft Cu| sinn fotIL..ot. JleMdnice at the of Lad habits
) and decidedly a man
be in revel literally
who seems to happy reveal it to me fur 1 solemnly assure -
N iol Wjitertre.t. he did cheat sir.. ,
,
;'i >) 41
u. r It: i.tied bv Ur. Ualtcjl.nari Sam; Sandon ?" said the Recorder.At suppose many
I'a.afe ling amid the flowers of luxury often feels that h1not l long to live."
Apalarhicr.h ,
Dec 5 ?
he you
i J'f, :J-'j. 2 ifW. the Where do you suppose went to you
--. the rugged briers that lie concealed among the sound of this name, prisoner. To Heaven, sir.. 4 "Oh, Doc.!! I've been a great gambler in
of FII1rc. endeavored
:!
Witedaguer! otypewehave j just
(;. ?f. Dat<'ic, ,* COUNTY OF (FRANKLIN.BY them ; scratched with his left hand : And what do you suppose he is doing i my time. I was li-il on chucketluck and
1TTOR' Who is happy ? The warrior sends his to give above, gr-cat tl1 mhle-i !"
:v at
AXU CdUXSKLWIJ: LAW virtue tithe fc'er"f'-tJII me hy law, I haIr. I there PTrading I ;
] armies the battle plains, hurls that part of his scalp where once grew told him that his remarkswere
Jbhiu the Court Homer I conquering : The physician
hee ,
n ice+ to the Phic; In cither ol the .l1 evpo-e for s.'e for 4 horses, :ir.
t'r.LuhIincoun- the thunders of his artillery against all who This must have been meant an answer not at all suited to his situation-lhat
.LI.
above capacities.1leB l (-r, ill the ritv',1'.Lpalachit made 4 Has he cheated any one there V
ill tWl'n'lin stay of October I dare to relit. ]his mandate, and wreathes his to the call of the Court-fur he no he and sliouM:) place his thoughts
.;i; pr4ftire rospjlarly in Franklin, Calaanaai ty, on Monday! ; I :; 4 He cheated one, I believe sir. was dying,
J ti, ;k oiilJircuil Cv.arts-.ud \\jjJ. ui.n, next; :it the tiu.l j Itoors'1( s.ie, >.much, of the brow with laurels from the field] of blood. other. 4 Why did they not prosecute him l' un some more serious subject.
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'+ far.tansrr, art as Citnu-l, in any Court/ !t..n.l. lyintr opposite tIp ,It.of Ap.ilirhirn.i; ; ] and The I statesman busies himself with the Sandon," said the" Recorder what do 4 Because; they searched the whole kingdom -I 44 Do you really think I'm goin to die.

-l:1t Mi n. "r Western Circuit. lIe Will al-o. kn r-.vn as Cat Poir.t with tie land adjoining, a'fwill multiplicity of public aiTrirs and] causes listening you do for a living ? of Heaven and couldn't find a lawyer i Doc ?1" said the dying man.
be s'ifiioient to make the sate of Three Hundred I used to foller ihe hoystei
Snndon.
rntcases. In the Court; of AptmaUat TalUlus-! senates (tu hang upon the eloquenceof You have not twenty-four hours to
he e-?sons of which he will always btes and Seventy Dollars and rests: fur the I his tongue. The philosopher dives below business, but I found it wasn't respectable ;; AGES OF STATEs i.1N.-Of our distinguished live," replied the doctor.

reentat. u211 prevented !by aTidenf.. atnmiut of the State Taxes due] additional from the Apa.I the surface of the earth, or soars nmnng bo findin an optnin' in another line, insteadof public men John Quincy Adams The dying man in a faint voice requested

-APaachiruta- September &, lSi). lachiccla,ol sessaMelanJs Land Cutnpariv, l Iviiu on I Itie ri! this!. county quantity and the I stars a-nd gathers knowledge from every shelling out myself, I now makes other born in 17G7, is the Nestor. He is EO years I he: doctor to hand: him a pair of old blue

-- -- liable to Tax for the year one I thousand eight hundred leafin; the hook of nature. The poet plays upon folks shell out" of age. Henry Clay romes next being i TO, i-ottotiaile trousers which were hanging i on

A. <;. Sr.n.IlIf, and forty-five. I his harp, and revels amid the bright flow- Hecur er.-h Then what do you follow, years old on the 15th of April. Martin Van the back ot* the only chair in the room.-

ATTOKXKY AT I. A W. JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff! ers in the fields ofiuraiiinalion. The incchaia now ?" IJurrn, R. \I. Johnson J. C. Calhoun The doctor did so, and the unfortunate ia.

-Offirt'\'d. > Caj.t. .Jnllum.1I Ilrulluig,0g and p\-ofikioTa\ C ,hector fur Franklin Co. adjust his accounts, arranges' his goods, and S.mtJoD.Votill'I follers wotin' your Lewis Cass Daniel Webster singularly valid, plunging his wan, yellow hand into
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IOCi*t. oll'tulre ii Coiatnc-rre-tre< ls. Aptlichic: ; "\:ln1I I, 1 I"517. 15-yn) :: bows with a complaisant smile to his meanest: honor. enough, were all born in 1762 and of course I, his trowseh' pocket drew forth a bill and

Apnlacliicola.: Fla.- 1crier's ,,( :. eta hl<* Anti bi II i01i1it customer. The gambler hides. himself in Recor er.-You follow what I"Sandon. are 65 years of age. Tyler is 8 years )'otm-I, informed the doctor that 47etLet films
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II. K. Owens- I'ill.. some secret place and handles with skill and .-"The 'lection business, your ger-born in 1790. Polk is about the same i i cool 5, and go anotlicr So Letter that he

ATT FRRSII mipplv, just rercived and for sale by- intrigue his dice and cards. The drunkard honor." ajje. Dallas 2 years younger yet, horn ill \coiddiit\ die-lied if d-d if he wowW."*

cUvro.v oiixKY AT LAW A April 17 II. F. :Br.r.T.. staggers lo his bottle and gulps down its Rt'conJer.I understand you're a can 1793. Gen. Taylor is i nearly CO". The rest I The doctor left and the man survived.

Iii"u'lr Couttlv" Alabama. .- piosonous contents with the insatiate appetite dilate for office." of our prominent public men are generally

\ _Aprej '. 151t.. 2-tf COLD r'ccialld Pressed Ca..tnrOil for bale and by! Saratoga Water, of a thirsty beast. The man of dissolute Sandon.-" No I aint, but I patronizes" younger by years. If we .'ross the Atlantic Dining the Revolutionary War, Gen.

II. pleasure reels amid the scenes of his midnight them as is. I'm a horator, a.s Brutus was. we find statesman Wellington, unimpaired m Daltimote. was invited toa

JohnATTORNKY Bilbo, -AprilJO} ,_ ___'_ _' _. r.J\nETJ1.! revels, and is shorn of his health and I Uecorder.-"And pray, Mr. Sandon, in intellect, at the age.of 73. The age of Lafayette ball. lie being went as requested, but instead

AT LAW, 'Florida. IoSasscs. strength by the demon of dissipation. lint since, as you say you devote your entire Peel responds with that of Gen. Taylor 4.i joining i in the amusement, as might be
ALBANY GA. tierces and;barrels, for -;llc nyij. gleams not in the mighty genius to election purposes, may 1 I that of Lord John Russell doe with that
WIt 1. IN true mingled happiness as of Frenchman of -
thooath.Western a twentyiwo
practice: in the several Courts of e< ELLISON fc CO. of expected young
t_ Circuit, and Thomas and"jut 1 I Fell Qij .i I Water street. crown of the victor, breathes not in the ask what primly has the advantage your of Dallas. Brougham is the youngest of I! he addicted the Ladies thus-" Ladies -
the not within powerful support 1"SaUlluD. the first of public characters, I being
counties i eloquence of statesman, lingers grade you arc very hamlsuine; you dance ''j

4nI j.b2:. 31-If \\'inllof.laits.. the ken of thef philosopher mingles not .-"Which party ? All parties barely in the last century. prettily ; your ball ,is very line;-but
LA nc;r. I I.It flC assortedi.es, just received honor-all Sam Sandon ain'the t very
--' smiles parties. "
--- A with the melody of the harp-strings your soldiers have no :/Lirls. The appeal wasirieVistible
CIibER SlECTOR.-'ne and for sale by the of the merchant, seeks not man to limit his vote or the inlluennof Patrick,' said an employer one morning, my !
I unt1 trilgneI I ABF.LL. not in room work hour before ; the bull ceased ; the ladies wentto
If Like 'the other were at an
June J2 men
.
,r K *g been appointed Inspector of Luuibc r : the hidden place of the gambler, sparkles his eloquence to any one (paity. work and the next day a large'number.of d
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COUnt< r of Franklin, offers his f erVIC'S t.'ttr1blic .r tltiley'y'l'ouicliUiiVe.'I1 not in the cup of the drunkard, and dancesnot that 'ere French polerticianer Guizot hi you.e shirts were prepared by the fairest handsof

i in that capacity, and will attend to al I IS i i" \jluablc ntiiipoiind; fluid extract ol f ami.le the dizzy scenes of vice and full}. goes in for the balance of power ; if In 4 Sure nn' I'll be'aven with Vm lo-nighl. Baltimore, for the gallant defenders of tbeirj| '.
Cinchona and Rubra, \t-gftable f febrifugefor he. to 4 How Patrick ? .
for
'Pertaining to said appointment. A man makes a speech democracy, carryout A
The wealthy are not Happy may
CORNELIUS GUADY. the cure of Fever and Ague. Sold by makes a speech for whig'. 1 I'll quit an hour before them all !" country. "
'rcb Zit ISJ5. ;': June 12 H. F. ADELL riot in all the luxuries of wealth ; 1m table his theory, ,


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.cta' -#'tjI..a.n. --u=7"'--- = _"!" -", :' : "" :7__ :: =r :":.. :" __ ___ ----- : that the SANTA ANNA WHAT '
Fr BldckwooJ's tt.\"I: W vloatholon'j', \Voik.UCMIN'ISKXCCS my bed, mixed; -the -poison-: ;a 11tll.c-. : t-c; duccd in the money market, and the fact of] lief i commissioners; ; to several )poor law only by a direct application to him President. Polk, in lAS Ufcfcj ti-'
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OF NAPOLEON.:: and drank it with a sort of happiness. the cotton still continuinc upon a very contracted boards through u"r.'Jre and.for. purpose people cal expect relief, inasmuch as our December 7, '18-10 a said.11: me"ae of

Napoleon% sometimes told intcicsting tales But time had taken'away its strength ; scale, together with the alleged tin- of alleviating the, universal! distress ,which delegation in Congress at present comes, ,'as "When orders were issued ,

of his eaily career. One of those, if true, fearful pains drew forth some groans; from remunerating state of trade, have, tended prevailed in that country ;.cJunn the pastyear. near being a cipher, for all practical good, mander, naval l forces in the t ) te), C0ln

shows: how iirnr the woild was tu the loss me ; they were heard, and medical, assistance : -. throughout the week ending 17th nit., to Such conlh ct.\Vtll-n.o; doubt.lead if the; to_ as they could well \VhemiourRcPrC, 15th. day of May last, only two Gulf da.On?"
of an emperor. Aficr the scigc of Toulon, arrived. It was not Heaven's will that considerably depress the Liverpool Cotton very serious results,' especially 'government Cabell he the existence: of the war had been reined 3fr
Mr. takes his
which his panegyrist: regard as the first 1 should die so soon-St. Helena was my Market, and to reduce quotations J of a penny insists upou the repayment. .. sentative, seat wino ,by Congress, to place I the I reCMI'*"

step l of his good fortune, he returned to destiny." per pound. -- -- -_ ..- --- --- -- --- doubt be able to serve effectually with i ico under blockade, he was coast of Iet.

Paris, apparently in the worse possible mooJ This quoted reduction, however is perhaps UO I lBRCIJiIJ l\DVER'I'ISER.\ the heads of Departments plain; businesslike obstruct' the of Santa directed a/a '*
passage
for adventure. lie tin's of the lEibcrnin.FOURTEEN rather than the Anna to v '
was at peiiod) suffering Arrival more reality, exceptfor manners and courteous behavior, ico, should he return. It
from illness. His mother, too, had DAYS LATER. FROM EUROPE. the qualities which have been mostly ---- -=: =- ---- and .We be s berm whether his return regain t*
him attention.
just communicated to him the discomfortsof More Ptlilurcs-Ad ranee in Flour-Decline acted upon, namely : the middling! and inferior APALACHICOLA, THURSDAY, OCT. 21, 1847. will insurn respect favorable to a pacific! adjustment may nlt Jet pmt0

her position. She had been just obliged: in Cotton-Important frow" Italy. and these are the descriptions!: whichare have uo doubt that it is the wish of the difficulties." of ntlDl;
'Ijoni Corsica where fixed the Brokers' Association in TIt(. following gentlemen are authorized Master General well of the other
to fly the people] were llibernia nrrived at Boston not by 03-;J: Post as as Santa Anna being thus
The passed
in a state of insurrection, and) she was then I steamship the standard price. It ii in these that the Agents for COMMEKCIAI. ADveRTIseR,and will members of the Government, to do Florida ico by President Polk, to "aid into Me1.
and
at Maiscilles without from Liverpool! on the 3d( inst. Her news decline has been seen. receive anJ receipt subscription, or advertisenlnts COlflfGrtIItime
any means of snu is- I greatest u miserable
and will heed Mexicans .
to
give poor
justice, they pro- |
had commercial well in a politica Brazils and :Surats; have all th:1 el ?
tence. Napoleon nothing; remaining, in a as as Egyptians, : :-- what hare
quire we seen, or the J"
but an assignal of one hundred sous, his I point of view is highly important. The i partaken of the fall equally, and transactionsat W.M. 'W. CiiECYEKEsq., Albany, Ga. PMainrJ.tcKIIArpMA.110ta. representations, corning from whatever President told Congress Ibinti"Vi

pay being; in :Irrer.H I In this state of dejection I i panic still prevails on the other side of the 1 the decline have; !been very limited. ..Ala.- person may represent us, be ho Whig or seen." remaind "t <
1 wcnt out," said he, "as if uq.l'lltu The sales!: for the. week ending the 17th, --- -:-:::: '. --- Democrat.LUMBER. At the batlle of
suicide water in consequence of the continued sus- with thousand bales that and :FOll PRESIDENT, lontercy, in September
by an animul; instinct, and >\alliedhlong two on day, avery 1810, we have seen fire hundred
the quays, feeling my weakness, but pensions of houses, embracing names: which quiet market, amount to 14,880 bales, ZACHARY BUSINESS: IN llcIG' .-The soldiers left on the field, killed and -mtra

unable to conquer it. In a few more moments for nearly a century have ranked among the i including I ( 1 20() American:; Speculation! and -- ---- -, -TAYLOR.s. le trade of Detroit amounts to $200- At the battle of Buena Vista, in Febf'' dtd
should ono( American and 50 Surat for -- ----- --
I have thrown :;
: into the export.
myself highest in the great commercial community GHAHAM'S MAGAZINE. 000 annually. Upwards of 8,500,000) feet 1817, where Santa Anna comrnaadpj
water, when I ran Igainst an individual The quotations, according to the standard .*
dressed like a simple] mechanic, and who, I of Europe. of the Broker's Association, are fair Upland, \Ve have received the October numberof of lumber are made at the steam mills of have left seen the field scren killed hundred and American sol '*

recognisin me, threw himself on my neck, NAMES;: UF TIlE INSOLVENT HOUSES. (G a G q.; Fair Mobiles, GJ ; Fair Orleans, 7A.'l'he' ? this spirited and valuable) family periodical. that city, and 1,700,000 lath. There are At on the battle,of Cerro Gordo tcoundej.
and cried Is it The following are the names of the insolvent for the week were 40;;0c3 where Sa
imparts
: NapoleonVhal much interesting "
you. i It contains reading 800 mills in the State of Michigan, which ta Anna also commanded, we have ."
joy to see !' It DemasK: English houses, together with their bales, exclusive of four vessels arrived but : 8e
you again was ; a with choice 1
embellished hundred
manor, and] is enm ake 272,000,000 feet of lumber ; American soldier left on the
former comrade of mine in the :: not reported. annually '
artiery regi- of business and liabilities : I fe
places and
tolled
Plate is worth the wounded.
gravings. The Fashion which, at 5 the thousand the ...
ment. I He had emigrated, and had returned MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. average I
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to France in disguise to see his aged! mo Allison, Cambeilidge stated. & Co., of London, It is slated iu the London Sun of the attention of the Ladies- price, is worth. 1,302,000. Immense capital At time I bat.'lc ..f. Cilurubusco, where Saa.

there He was I about m go, when stopping' amount Thos.not Booker, Sons & Co., of London, ISth ult., that the Marquis of Normandy THE QU1NCY. i is invested in pine lands. The mills inSt. la Anna with thousand Valencia commanded, wefc ,o
he said, 6 What is thr mater: ? Von do not called on :M. Guizot, and officially anuounci seen one and secenittn
listen to me. You do not seem clad] ) to see
me. What misfoitu'ic ihreitens; \'oll1-? Burnett & Co., of London, not: stated. not permit foreign intervention in Il:1ly.- I I. ALLEN, master, arrived at our wharves feet per annum, own about 30.POO acres. ed. 'ou"r
A. & A. Custin of Genoa 80,000.DennisuiiiN .
You look to me liUc a mt.lnnn; :about to tltc'1. Austria on the other hand, it was said, announced on the 15th inst., and has taken her place The money invested in this business is full \Ve have seen the loss of these-4tl .
Co. of Limerick, not
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hill himself.] '" D. .'c A. Denny, (If Glasgow, .{:MOO.OOO. her intention interfering in every I in the mail line. She is a fine specimen ofsteamboat a million of dollars, and] the hands employed eight hundred and seventeen Americanfliers sos.,
This direct appeal awoke: Nap-deon's; ledings town of Italy, in which a national guard : with :host of M\w killed
J urIc Bordo, of llonlleur, d'120,000. architecture has elegant accommodations number 8000. andwJllJ.
,
and he told him very thing. *. Is should be established. ed by this .aid. and comfort" to tlieenenv,
Eels & Co. of Venice, not staled.Egenett .
that all !" said: he ; opening his coarse Tne Semaphore de 3Tarsdlcs nf the 13th: i for passengers, and will no doubt and still it remains to be SCf'O. as much
waistcoat, and drtachinu a hell he ;iddtu d!, of Glasgow, 200.000. ultimo! states that if the protests of Eng- P rOVe a fust one. Now that the Quincy is VERY Spu Ky.-The withdrawal) of Lord 1 it did when Present Polk sent in lrwn '*
44 : A. & A. Gower, Nephew} & Cu., t l,000- l land and France Hotvden and the raising of the blockade of last December
here are thirty thousand: francs: in gold ; against the occupation of runnin regularly to Chattahoochee: we sage whether SantanJ"
take them and mother." Ferrara, were productive of result, those O Buenos the return, by Mr. Polk's .
I'are0111' "I 000.Harris no Ayrcs on part of the British, a enry. "may
& Ilutchinson, of London, o100- l look to see our fiddle\ CndV'est Florida not
cannot," said Napoleon; ** to this day explain 000. two powers would effect a landing: at Anco- caused much excitement among the English prfa.orahle to a pacific adjustment 01
to myself my mo.iv.'s forJ doing, !but I no and Civita( Vccchia. fiiends visiting our ci'.V in greater numbers. existing difficulties." And I it ,
Ode tc Co., of Venice, 30,000. residents in that rerlhUt
seized the gold as i it' by ('nU'ulsimure. The Pope was said( to have declared to I is well worth their while to visit us, if it quarter. They regarded be seen," also, how much longer he
Matthew Perchir of (lilasowt.15OOO. mai
ment, and ran like a 1I:4d: llIIill\ to send i it Jo :Keid Irving & Co., London; ,.1,500- :'1. Ilossi i, that he would not, unti the last is only] for the pleasure! of travelling on so it as tantamount to a with ranal of protection I continue the war, organize new armies, aBJ;

my mother. It was nut until it was out ofmy extremity, claim the assistance of the foreign and they by no means smothci their I give us battle, and how many more .ummeri.

hands that I thought of ulj.it I had: 000.Ca11llrSYcthel'ill! & Co, of Stockton, powers, and lhal he still hofcd to induce .. splendid a steamer. wrath ; as witness: the following laconic correspondence I can soldiers he may. kill.-.\Cln._ _on nn-II;.
done. I hastened back\ to lIlt: spot where the Austrians to evacuate the town, EXPLANATION. ------ -
I had left Denials, lint he was n., longer .30,000.) : by the firmness of his altinde. : Tnc Po iii. BOY'S Co L LEG E.-"The
Sanderson & Co., of London, i l,500- We cheerfully insert the following communication Mr LORD printing office,' New
After sayslhe
It : Orleans
there. For several d.iys I went 0111 in the was rumored on the Bourse or Thursday twenty year's residence Globe,
morning, returning nut until evening: searching 000. the IGth ult., that :.I. Guizot hid refused which explains the apparent ill this country, and always retaining the .has indeed proved a better college to many
cveiy place: where I hoped: to find him. Thos. U. U. Born & Co., of London, to concur in any intervention ii the affairs neglect, by the Collector, of this paper as a proud consciousness that, as a British subject a poor boy-has graduated more useful

The end of the romance: is a< eccentric: : .200,000... notstnlcd. of Italy.Madrid means of giving publicity to proposals for my opinion, my person, my property and conspicuous s members of society-haj
as the beginning. For fiftcr:j years Napoleon \\ cstlako & Co., Southampton. : journals of the 10th and llth ult. Government contracts would be b'ocure, I find myself, by your proceedings brought more intellect, and turned it into

saw; no mure of his Clf'ditor.t the FINANCIAL: :\TTEltS. state; tint:: the Duke De Frias had dcclied to : reduced, in obedience lu an upright practical, useful channels-awakened moro

end of that time ho discovered: him, nnJ l The Ohio I..ift11I1 Trust Company accept the Presidency of the Conicil, but CUSTOM HOUSE. ? and honorable conscience, to enclose mind, generated more active and elevated

asked why lie Ind jot applied! to the Fin which stood high, and deservedly so, in pub at the rcqucs.1 of the Queen had pro mused to Apalachicola, Oct. 19, 1847. 5 you my certificate of nationality; which t thought, than many of the literary cole"t'

peror !" The answer was th-U he: had. no estimation, beinu::: one of those who, iu reconsider the subject, and to announce his i\In. EDITOR. : henceforth would be to me a dead letter, as of 1 the country. How many a rone hj

necessity for the IUJ UP,%., fut:1$ afnid of 1637, honorably fulfilled all their engagements : definite answer to her majesty on the llth.Narvncz Sir-Herewith is enclosed to you for publication I never will trouble myself! by asking !protection pa:3 i : : e.lthrugh one of these colleges, witli

being compelled to quit his retir-'nit-jit,, it was anticipated, would ]have a : who is intriguing actively, in h a notice inviting proposals for building t from such men as a Whitclock, a no tangible proof of his fitness to graduate,
where he lived horticulture. t.lr amount of their drafts on GoweiVhouse conjunction with the Duke Howdcn. other, than his inanimate: piece of .
happily practicing of (1lud&Lur h, i the new Light Houses, &c. The Collector Inlltr\ile. or a parchment
returned by the Hibernia, but it has for the overthrow of the new milli.lrbad; h of the I Port had this prepared in full am, my lord, with due! respect, himself if possible more inanimate

Napoleon now pnid his debt, ns it may; be: been arranged that the Ohio Company's bills, an interview with the Queen on the llth. time for being published in the newspaper (Signed) HK.NRY r\RKS. than his; leathern diploma! There is something .

presumed, magnificently ; made him; accept accepted, will be taken up by :\esrs.:; Bar- The Faro states that: an order I lad been : here, but some instructions were received To the R. II. Lord: Howden. in iht: ; very atmosphere in a printingoffice

three hundred thousand') francs ns r. icinbursemcnt nctt, Hoares &;; Co., the London bankers. given on the Gilt to send 200,000 rials: to' at t t this omce, from the Treasury) Department To show and preserve his dignity, his calculated to awaken the niin.l an:
from the for the The bills received by the Cambria the Gow-: General Espaitcro ami i inspire a thirst for knowledge. A
Emperor} thiity also to pay the' I in Washington, which t the gentleman who made the boy .
thousand lent to the subaltern of artillery : crs ofl'ercd to accept;, but the holders probably ( ncen'g household. The same journal was Special Deputy understood would cause Lordship following reply : commences in such a school, wi hare hi*

and, besides, snide: him director-general! of prefer returning them to thc United states that :Marshal i :Soldanha:; has !been nominated alterations in some of the specifications, II. M. S. Raleigh, July 1C, 1847.I t talents and ideas brought OU; helmco

the gardens of the crown, with a- .oal.iI'} of States. Minister of Portugal in :Madrid.M. ; and he deferred sending the notice to be have received an impertinent letter, mind to be drawn out, the boy himself will
thirty thousand: ( francs. He also gave a It is said that the Ohio Life and Trust ; Cabc tana: the I new political chief of published, bein in daily expectation of the s Henry Sparks." This is to give be driven out."

government place to his brother. Company will be creditors of Messrs. (..Sow :Madrid,!, hd: ] arrived, and hud j immediately return of Collector.: notice to him, t hat if at.any time he biidll NATIONAL
Suicide is often the ers, Nephews & Co., for not less than fifty entered the lie : commit the TI" :J' n'lt.-\ ronccr
so unhappy recourse on discharge of his II utic!. You will bo at liberty to include in your I presume to slightest indolence rent
of men indifferent to all religion: that we thousand] pounds. The latest, letters t from Catalonia: mention:t 1 1I bill the advertisement ) tlc notice in your t 10 me personally, I will horsewhip him instantly. I the Thanksgiving throughout the [mon

can scarcely b suprised at its haxing been THE HANK (JF ENGLAND. I the defeat! of t a ?\iluuit cmno I I mm band of 3(0ICU:m l last, paper. llc-speetfullv, (Signed) Io" DES. hI t that purpose same day by the voluntarily Executive set apart r.f each fur
contemplated more than once by! a man of t at BinoN; Dcpostohell.i of another A'USTIN
The relaxation of the stringent measures ; from: I c. ii. Stale, would be a thing of beautiful
fierce passions expose.1! to the verse of a: of the 15ank of England;; :, in io\ving! loans 800 to !'JOO] ; ) m vn at ibadell! and of t three or Deputy Collector. MARTYRS OK POLkNO.-\VC h.tve the of no : .Suth pnvpritty

life like Napoleon's. Of the dreatifuld audacity on bills and stock at 5 per cent., till the four others: of minor importance :ut t iliffeicutplaces. !t To the Editor of the sad particulars of the double execution nt ncuirencR nut would ordinary be an ill're event l.of firM im.prc"iol :

of a crime which diiectly wars \.vith 14th of October, however it may have rendeicd I Commercial Advertiser, Lt-rnberg, of the two Poe! Thcophilu.sWisniowski in our and -
the Divine will which cut: uif all possibility! fecilHics in sonic quarters: has not, aswa The l':'noltc of Barcelona, of the ICth A !);11tCliiCo.1.! and Joseph !! ; ::-Ii. The abundance which country for the lie clunon hoB
of and wbuJi) tans: st-nds the ult. elates tli-ii I the French sentence which iirlscz past year not
repentance anticipated, impruiud the position of, ; t troops} !had! furprised -- to be only! filled our own land, but has oveiflowef
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criminal before his Judge with dl his: sins the Bank it' cf.! a band of Let t\\l'ell 120! and 115 I Car- TIE l=UCTI :. strangled had been rend to them three dnys and poured itself forth to the

jpon his head, there can be no conceivableioubt. In the last four weeks there ]has been a list it fngcvp! commanded by Corta&a and V I The last mail brings us further intelligence before, in ft out of the criminal court hoti.se, atm.! famine of the old! suply hc want

The only palliative: can be crowingnsanity. : decrease of bullion to the amount of .C37165. : ,- Cot Iki.monaiboiK's.; ; !, just as they vcie preparing -I I Horn the elections! in our State, andmakes i in presence of the whole population. They only :i reason but worl. for sortie*tchi nut

But in the instance which:! i is now In the last three ueeks, only! the to enter S;:ain, :and that most of f were accused of lush treason, and they 'utiil l and! .H manifestation of
tated by the i intemh selfhiurderer there I isj securities, i. l'., the bills! discounted: have them were taken prisoner: *. the asuimance doubly sure, that were tol.l they should be t'xecutfc by the "I thankfulness.The'. extraordinary. ;
at of l kind. (Gen. ('oneIH'as the Whigs arc in majority; iu both branches cord. Their
attempt palliation: any inctea&ed tu the extent of t l.GV7,03D.: to arrive at Barcelona: : execution tOI place on the Jovernor's of two States at least,
There was another period of my life," The) bullion has decreased t315GWhi151( on the 12th.: of the Gcneial Assembly. We congratulate 31st of June, and the cro1'1 made of it an New Hampshire and Missouri base

aid Napoleon] .* when 1 attempted :.uicitl!e, I the reserved fund, which had decreased( Italy i is: sti11tllc scene of great; excitement. not the Whig party alone, but the whole ovation, in testimony i sympathies. the 25h:! of November! ,as a day selected otThac.giving.

at you are ceilaitdy adqtninted with! this considerably, has: ler.overed: itself! in the last In Lucca and Tuscany, it will!! be observe 1 II in this Every one uncovered himself and stood Not this
the rs S
ict." h No, sire" .Mon'holon's] rpl'Jv.u week. Under these circumstances, with a I that t the population I have extorted from i their people, triumph, achic\'ellly l bareheaded; as they passed. They greeted convenient only day at
but it is i
In that case, write what I 1JaH tHI yi;'; smaller amount of bullion than the Bank inters a sort of pledge to promote progress!!, sober second thoughts of men \.1 are bent t them C\'CIJ where with shouts of acclamation our calendar season for the rlnurI"he il

.r it is well that the mysteries of Foritain- i has ever had since the Hank: Charter Act, whilst their liberties have been secured by; upon reforming the abuses that have crept ; the men waved their hats, thE women: by the British eractuion. Let ct the onr territory -
?
eau should one day be i.notvn.*' the in-jjitution: ol time Civic Guard from the} their handkerchiefs; and] all sides troop proposal
1 it could IMVU been only an earntbi: desire to into the Govtinment, we trust that the on garlands fur concentnitiou: that
We condense into a few sentences thisrgular relieve the commercial body, which induced I two Sicilies.! Ulr b of flowers were showered un their! : upon tiay] go
benefits from the the rounds of the Press nl J the
people reap great ;: : peculiar
narrative: which: begins: : with anitervicw !j the banU directors so far to depart from: Thca'cconnls which reach us are vague may h heads in such profusion, (hat to procure liuies of :the will commend universal -
demanded by his marshal! the :and conflicting( :: but it is ]legislation of the next Genera! Assembly, t them, for sometime thing I tD
on I principle as to lend money at [5 per cent., ; >:iidcit that a serious !. tt previous, every thing of I adoption.Fno3i .
.h of April, 1b15, when he was preparing j ttl-.cn its actual value was higher in the! movement i is:: gradually working! in favor so that they may greet their Representatives the kind had been exhausted, and more

move at the head of his army to attack the market. of popular; rig hits.! The Ausliians m have faltered ai the clodu of their labors with the approving could) not be procured at any price. The : KEY WEST.-We have been politely
iies. The! language of the mar&haU was t ill the execution of their armed force in attendance favored with the ufa
The inevitable ir-sult has been, decreased ambitious exclamation ol "\\ done and was very numerous following extract
good
nphatic."The power to assist, with perhaps ultimately the designs en I JI..I\-. Prince :Mcltcrnich no t el but nothing conld affright! tie multitude i letter, dated
army is wearied, discouraged,I ; dc- doubt imagined thai the Italian and faithful servants." neither the number of the
I necessity: fur further stringent measures to states might I : bayonets, InV: 3T, October 7. 1347.
.cliou is at work: among:; the ranks. To re- be as easily absorbed the of the '
protect thcmsch'c into Austria!: as Cracow MARYLAND ELECTION. nor presence agents of the police- The ship lal. from New York forY uri
tter I.iris canunt Lo iiimilit_ of-.. .in.. .... _
"pmn host
was but the of No looked the I
- n-n year; resistance the one condemned with
-.J. population upon a I port, a full of assorted: merchandize
THE COlt 'MAIIKKT.:: The Democratic Governor Thomas :i cargo
1C to do so u e should shed blood.! of the is
uselessly whole of Italy, and! the decided criminals but 23 martyrs of Poland, who I ran U!the reet: was assisted; by wreckers
Their proposal was his resignation in The ennlinued frfiltiK5? in the corn mar opposition of England, have so far elected. were sac rified for their c u ttrJKa pusczin- and U now at anchor iu the harbor.

--. for of his son.Caulinconrt ket slIfficiC'ntlyfcuunt for the further depression wrought upon Prince: Meiternich, that ii Chas I Four Whigs are elected to Congress and ski. as he stood on the scaffold, exclaimed! : The has been decreed by tbe AJmiralily -
had( already broughl him the in the prices of grain. During I the written au apologetic note to President twnjoniocrats-\Viimo -May God bless poor Poland Wisniow property Court
iirst mail.ct GAIN OF TWO MKM- to pay 12,000, wbicb,
wiI
-::mperorlcxa1dcr's opinion on the week of the month, on the day Ochbensein, whose ski added Be
political existence he none of you frightened by other incidental
SUb-I f the let. The haj t thus! } ()( prices Mill I continued to icc before mrs
convoy reported scarcely reco lIi/.ed, endeavoring 0away our death, but persevere about $13,1)00.) The ship is little injured -
mperial conversation : hI cany on no'' ';du ; but towards the close of the week! explain the occupation of Ferrara jority in the House of Representatives of and will very
by ,
iplomaej wilh you, but I cannot tell you I both wheat and flour were in active requisition. I the Austrian troops. the U. S. A SUGGESTION.-The .Mexican Whig'; course of a week proceed or ten on das.her voyage iltht

very thing. Understand this and: I lose not Thhiinprovement i was further maintained ; There i is no doubt that some diplomatic i The Legislature is Whig on joint ballot. State of ]\elluc-the State, where dwells I [S. O.: Con. Times.
moment in rendering an account (t.> I the on( the market day of the 12th! when excuse: will be framed to enable the Austrian -'-- HINRY: \Y !- furnished for the ;Mexican

mperor Napoleon of our conversation aud wheat advanced: about. five shillings per 1 : I to ret race I their steps and retire from GEORGIA; ELECTION. i war five companies more, than is wanted, PREPAKATIO.X OF COFFKK.-In Silliraan'j

of the situation of his affairs( here ; and return quarter on the quotations of the Gth, and Ferrara, unless! : some event should happen u, Towns, the Democratic candidate for Go- or will be received by the President ; while Journal we find a notice of a memoir. on
again as quickly, Lriuging his !lour, for which there was an immense de- either in \ Coffee by the distinguished French chemist t,
; Naples; or in the Papal dominions, is elected. The have {\\cpatriotic democratic State of Alabama
vernor, Whigs
tion iu favor of his suI). As to his abdlca-I m.jnd both in London and Liverpool advanced to cxcito: further (he alarm of Prince Met a majority thai has been called on to furnish only fee: :.'. Payen. The lesults brought out bj his

al fate, I give you my word uf : / tluee to (our shillings per barrel (crunch, lest the liberal sentiments now finding on joint ballot, which assures theelection companies, lacks just Jive companies of the.; ;., chemical researches agree exactly with lacui

he will be properly treated.: But ]lose:: not The top quotation for the better descriptions loud expression throughout Italy should of two Whig Senators. number required. Now, we have to sucsest previously known in regard to this article.

an hour, or all is lost for him. and) I shall no I of wheat was 02; hillings; per quarter. j extend into Venetian Lombardy, and perhaps to those companies Mexican Clay Whigs A great error in the preparation of Coffee's

longer have power h) da any thing either for In Liverpool the best \Vcstern Canal. reach Vienna itself. TIE MAILS.' Kentucky, who are desirous of engaging: that it is burned too much by which the.

him or his dynasty. I flour, which on the 1st was quoted at 23;::) The Germans arc as ready as the Italiansto The Hon. Cave Johnson has been woke in the service of the country and have been; liquid when i is brought to the table,uS

Napoleon proceeds : I hesitated not to shillings per barrel, and barely fetched that strike a blow in favor of constitutional up lately by a writer in the St. Augustine refused there, to come down here to Alabama i deprived of its agreeable favor. ant has.i
make the sacrifice demanded of'my patrio- price, was elltn; on ihe ISih atJ6 to 20' and religions freedom. \I I Herald, and has entered into and they can have a chance. We want biter, unpleasant taste. othl
a long explanation -
tism. I sat down at a little tble ml:) wrote shillings. Indian: corn also had been in Letters (fiom St. Petersburg! of the 7th 1 justfiKC companies, and there seems to be I is shown

my act of abdication in favor of my son." more demand, and higher rates had been: ultimo i state thai I the city has been visited which appears to us very satisfactory no prospect of getting them in this Democratic .Coffee roasted only till it becomes slightly

But on that day ;Marmont with his army had paid for it ; and the corn murkel, at the with the most terrible storm of wind and as to the reasons why he omitted St. Augustine Stale. Our people seem to have a red preserves the maximum of weight

surrendered. The allies! instantly rejected latest moment, appeared firm. rain ever experienced within the memory in the contact for carrying the mail decided dislike to villainous saltpetre." and aroma, but gives out less coloring rni1*

all negotiation after this decisive blow in Considerable purchases have been made of the oldest inhabitant." It rained incessantly between Charleston and Savannaim.Ve (J:: the Kentucky have the ter. In this state 100 pounds arefoamil"have

their :;ivor. The act, of resignation had not in the market: for Belgium; and Holland, inconsequence for forty-eight hours, whilst the wind oVill lay this proposition papers before the lost 15, but have increased to the bulk,
would be
reached them, and they determined on restoring of the diseased appearance of: blew with intense violence. The result of greatly pleased if Mr. Johnson Mexican "'higs"of that 3 of 130. Roasted to a chesnut color, as "

the old monarchy at once. On this the potato crop in those countries, and t these this visitation was the destruction of above' would cause enquiries to be instituted into State," and if accepted let nscaty"hig compan commonly done, the I loss is 20! per crnt-,

the desertion was universal= ; and every man pun-liases: have tended to strengthen the JOO houses. At one period fears were entertained the cause which retard our mails from New ins come on forthwith. fve- while the increase in volume is from 100 to

Hi Konlainbleau wis evidently thinking! onlyof I market.The for the safety of the entire city ; York and New Orleans, and we should be [J/o&zfe) Advertiser. 153. This swelling of the grain depend*
being the first lo make his bargain: vtith state of commercial affairs and of and some timid and superstitious persons upon the property which the nitrogenosmatter
the Bourbons. Napoleon, as a last experiment the corn trade especially, render it a matter apprehended that the end of thc world was very grateful if, by any means he conld POCAIIONTAS. sailor was passing one deposited: within the tissue has o''

proproscd to try the riTect of a war of great difficulty to form a correct judgment ;- at hand. bring us nearer to these places than we of the Petit street-auctioneers, a short time pulling up remarkably when ]heated.

in Italy. But all shook their: head, and of the future course of prices. The JVouvellisn de Marseilles, of the 14th seem to be-or if he could not achieve so since, and [haled a moment to hear what "If the continued until a daAbrown

were silent. lIe at length signed the unequivocal At ;Mark! Lane both on the 15th and I7h( ult., mentions that an insurrection took much, if he cannot bring the mountainto was going on. color is produced and the gra'0' :

abdication for himself! aud hit ult., prices were a little higher. There place at Naples on the 8th. One accountslated Mahomet should much like Going one :and sixpence-going! gone covered with a sort of glaze, the lossii-p
we
to
family. was a limited supply of wheat, and: the ) that the King had fled ; and another very It is yours sir," said the auctioneer, handing per cent., while the original quantity 0(1
II From the time of from stocks of the honses which had failed being that he had fallen have our letters and papers brought from
retreat Russia, into the hands of the insurgents. the book to the tar. trogen, 245. per cent., is reduced to f7,
6nie: he, I had constantly carried round, withheld from the market aided to producea New Orleans in something less than ten 1 Mine, sir,' exclaimed Jack, with a tone ing a loss of one-fourth."

my neck in a little silken bag a portion of a firmer tendency. Bologna letters of the Oth ult. announce: days, and from New York in a little shorter of unaffected surprise ; 'what is it ?' DEMOCRACY-
poisonous powder which Ivan hid prepared The tenor of the advices from the United that the Duke de Modena and his family Pocahontas.' TKiuMpII.NT.-1Jnder thi

by my orders when 1 was in fear of being States by which it is accrtained that no great had; left their dominions and retired to Parma. : time than eleven, as is usually the rate of No you don't poke it on to us head the last Federal Union sums upt

curried ofT hy the CossacKs. My life no supplies cnn go forward, has contributed to speed traveled by our mail. We take occasion tar, and walked off. repledthe election returns and admits as a 61amtt ;

longer belonged to my country ; the events create better feeling in the corn trade. It was currently believed in Bologna, that respectfully to suggest that this placecan part of the story' that the whigs have g aID _

ol the last few days had again rendered me Flour was quoted in Liverpool on the Austria would take military possession of be reached by newspapers by a little PITu LE.-'l'he wife of Capt. Thornton a majority in both branches of the LegISlature
16ih[ 2r3 Cd.] ::30,. and iu London I, through the divisions of the VemO'
master of it. Why tdiould I cndure so at s. to on the Duchy ; and was: determined to lute r- whose fate it was ,
direct than to sacrifice his
more route that at life in the
much suffering, and who knows that: my the 17th at tOs.TIlE!!) t fere in Iloinagna and Tuscany. present of his crats. Queer kind of triumph bat, fn1
I adopted-via Columbus Ga.! May we cause country, is now in a county Fed/ unless Col G.- W. Towns is thep;
death may not place the crown un the head COTTON MARKET. In Ireland dicta appears to bo a. I'and i iuclinatiou poor-house, Delaware in

.. .": of my sou J France was avc"." Tlio great want of confidence which the l lo resist (he payment of. the loan- I hope that the lon. Post. Master General I partial derangement, the ; a of state the uu-of sonjficationsouiatmd He has body-of

.., lii.-, : ..""? .J' hesitated. no lunger, but, leaping from late important London failures have pr .1- advanced by government, through the re twil give car to our supplications ? It is I I fortiwatQ loss pf her hu resul. not!-[Columbus triumphed Democrat., but Demoenh'

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convened iutu iron by a gra- : county of Franklin Bias and Cape St. THE NOimi UIUTIS'II REVIKW. ruins cf that paper, and To tie polite generally! ,
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Is the tffi fession. Having monthly! communication descriptions, Butts, A G Jones, Caled II (col'd) material
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t F0rat mitb e of the! foot and ankle 1 1 kI Northern cities, he will be enabled: TO\VERS. Rlyth, Win Johnson, John H EDINOUKGII MAGAZINE. sti'.tannifs character as-a commercial paper; and

le eDC1 ,able The spreading arcoss the it r \\I to furnish his patrons at all times The towers fo be built of hard brick, the form Rrockett; Haam Jackson, Robert lo fill its COiU&flfl5Sjthi interesting and pnuitjhle

j enernl outline of the toes, the heel, will the NEWEVT AND LATEST round, foundations to be sunk as deep as necessary Ttoutell.Capt Wm Lemons, Henry The above Periodicals are reprinted in New matter. We feel most sensibly that lo render ho
6 \Ve --- PLATKS OF FASHION rcccitil for security and the outside and inside liulLs E P 3 Loytl, Joseph Voile Savannah
V were perfectly plain. were ; ; courses of immediately on their arrival by the JJritish Georgian tuch a paper as the growing

I k.1I jf,,j ;itu; arms were still more vwwilijtmeilTat.; < ? tine the most FaMonalle brick to be laid in good Hydraulic cement ; the Rradlcy James LattJ, Rev Moses steamers in a beautiful clear t\pe, on line wltite interests and poj.clafK.ti! of our State and City rejuire -
p ) could not be the Icnst doubt 1y/t, l J,1)rt!">* which will be a decided advan height of each tower lo be sixty-live feet from Uyington, J L Locholu, Jai TRrockenbrougb paper and are faithful -opi s of the original a (li.u-.iitU tj lui,r iuitI U trjwdtdviiim

There Nor IS there tage to a fashionable community.r the surface' of the ground ; their diameter at the W II Murray, Anthony III.CKVOOI MAii.\7iNR bfing an exact facsimile it ; snd we are (Ji-tmnintd. fi> furnish.V .-
rfct harinz t"a m'ul" I\. Zt. Getil1cineis' Moinins Gowns Evomn base to be t feet and the P.arklinVm I D MurrayThomas'Rartsl of ho \ shall stri1.e
; and twenty-two at top twelve Edinburgh edition. t<> ii.: ke il.s column ptaisini it.
1' !/'* ,t oi :hf nnnncr: in which it came ::* u rappers made to order- ; Cloaks of every feet. The thickness of the walls ;il the base to Jacob Mcintosh, Mrs 1CUakcr The prices of the UK-PRINTS are loss than one all reader.-, and while our humble xtipport s-hall

k? ndrti nThe body must originebern (1.( script i ma tn.ide! in the Usual forms of the (Lay ; be four feet, anti uniformly to two tee? at Win Morton, Stephen T t third of t hose of the foreign copies, and while they be given to the great principles upon which (lie

.tbI4: ;rtrili("! '" !unc ; but of tlli3A U dlkin- and Riding Jailors made in a superior The top is (to be arched, on which is lo be laid a Rurga-ss, Elizabclh Mayor, Jas C are equally well got up, they ajTord all that advantage Democratic party bus planted itself, believing

) ta mains fltW onlv the outside incrt1tap nauntr; Tunic Diesses and Roys' dollies of *'>ap stone deck, fourteen and a half fsd diameter Brown, Geo M Pindervois, IloineoCmday (to the X\MEKICA.V over the ENGLISH these principles lo !>e cs-Mitinl t. the perpetuity

p V IU crumble oIL '%Vhit; Wa3 every description made I in a neat and fashionable five inches thick ; the joints filled in will], ( ate Porter, Anting reader. t.f our natiotut fn-rdoin and lli,- a'lvdrtcluvnnt: Jf:

r iiou. By some natural fctylo. All sarmonts made at this establishment lead, on one side of which is to be a scuttle Cussaiis Hit-hard 2 Patten, Riise ic Co TIT.MS.PAT3JEXT our national vYi-Hare, we jdull! stiitlmusly about

ge 1 ,snow have jiovvuont of leai ranted to fit.Cs3 twenty-four by twenty inches, to enter the lan Doleno, Pictru Ru-e, O C alt rude collisions \viib vt-ws and opinion* an
: the 1t411)) "Hist Shop, Second tern. The -ii-ullie door iron frame Da; is, J C P Rogers, Geo A TO EK MAPE IX APVANCE.Por tagoutistir bout
for Story Dalt/.ell's Euildin---. u-i covered own. T<> rendi r <>ur paper the
I : 3nj( here is a theme geologists.i Entrance on Chestnut street. l with copper. The outside wall of the tower to l Evair, London 2 Ricliards, John G 2 anyone the four Reviews, >per annum. (firm hut dispassionate! exponent (1| tIcmticrdItk-

this thanze lakt- place ? If we October 11, ISF7.| S'J-Gra bo well whitewashed twice over. There are lobe r.mc-r.-ouChas 3 Smith, Augustus GFree Torry two- do. f principle, the cam! yH mitJmehif.g advocate ft

: t and the facts; seem to leave nor cKk- A plate of Fall and Winter Fashions SIX windows in each tower, of twelve lights! I, Michael Sloan, John For jny tin-re, do. 7 8 Southern iaslifutionx. $Ihtv cPi irit' i1 aimising'artl!
r tins iron man: would afford just each Footer, Jas Smith, John Kor all four of (lie Reviews. S in-lriu-live
01joU1t. re ci.i ved. eight by ten glass, in strong frames, and a thought Ip9Imj all| proper "iibjrtrfy.
I item1Tlllf Ulf1'1 u"IIllliI sul j"rt3 for ;a : door six foot by three, made of double inch boauls, I'lerniniuugVashington Svveete, Albert 'or llafkwoo! Ma' a/.iuc, 3 whether of siene, ItKralure, c-r enr.ul I infurination

'3 Tlic iron ore (in which itpd NOTICE cross nailed, with substantial hinges lock and Fra-cr, Jcse Turner, B L 3 F'orElaokwood annithue I Jcviow3. 10,00( ,-in a word, t<) inako it a welcome vKitW

;1 lecture. the client cons formation. : latch. The ground floor is lo be paved with FUnn, Jas Tavlor, H R; 1 (X/* All coinuiunicatiwu should be addressed at once lo the inrrdMiit ansi I the mechanic, tho
called L'a33'OUV Taxes I Fell I John
is Thompson Geo (jii't! paid) toLEoN.RD
brick student
*'" formation would be and a sufficient number of circular stairs, and the former, shall be our ersfint; t ndeavor -
ices of its_ nn PERSONS who have not paid their City Taxes made of two inch pine boards fo lead lo within (Gn\ Michael 3 Underbill, Thos S SCOTT & CO Publisher, ; and if, iit adilititm to this, wt- shall

fCin._Chron.CA ( -> well to call at No. 51) Water street six feet of the lantern, tcnninatin:* in a strong Gtui>n, II I G Wingard, Daniel 7'J Fulton St, New York. be en.iblt-d by extending our circulation |rough!
and settle before the 1st November I shall after Gardner: Thos N White, Francis 2 t he interior '
as platform, and connected by a centre posf. From lo siren-then the t lu-.s \\hid, hint
> NO>.-firWingBall.. that date proceed to collect the Taxes in Green, John Watts, Capt A WGorrin TU T11K Pl'P.LlC. beloved
the
S.alc
liGt. LAR nrconhnre top of the stairs to the scuttle to be an iron our awl City gtlhrr, and lo
; .-fraI :1 constructed, and ino-J dcs'i with an ordinance! made and provided ladder) with steps two and a half inches wide. Alary Webster, John THE BIOJIE JOURNIL. secure (lint outnest ot sympathy atd feel.ingsocsenial .

I called the Expanding for lhit purpose. JAS. F. FARKIOR, Each Light house be furnished with one complefo Hurl-ion. Harriet Williams: Harvey EDITED BY MORRIS& WILLIS. to the prosperity nf fn (}((. I 11. City Ta Collector. QCPcisons calling f.>r any of the above let find our labors .
the inch
!IVt ;s exhibited by inventor, electrical conductor of J diameler, fU'tLIsUKU KVEKV SATfRTUV, IV THE CITY OF amply repaid.To
1gDOo '". (>r 1'oaton, at the 11caJ1.W"ln made of copper with joints, to run four feet into ters will say they are advcitised. M.W-VOCK, enable us lo co>itii>ti>> our -ieseit rrtion > C

ity. It i s u ei, : ill Iic City of Apalach the earth. JOS. S. MAY, P. M.STATE .!/ Ttcu Dollars ptr annum. however, am* to do all thai \vc would vvis'Ti
: "
;; icola. LANTERNS. to d lo urn t the way '! imni.r.n liii 1 he Gef>rion",**
rcic$ I 1 v."' tic OF FLORIDA. IN November last, we commenced the publication vvemust look fer
-ted tliit I in ( $ I : r1iii uti'l>rsig'K"l t.tLi.tiii.. method of ii.forraing The lanterns and lighting appiratus now in of this an irwrea.cduppit from tn r>
so and :('hiIIgb1atte Caliioiiii family; newspaper on a new and novel public ; such we now solicit and c<'ni, [
four SAVIC LU- _L_ the subscribers, and tlu! :i'ublic, renerilly: u
SO91 SIX (fl ciI4t I btt Jevill open a S'-hoil l o:, M!; :i-1 IV? t"''e fir-t 1 are lo be I transferied I lo I the urn* Imrcrt, T7"\OW YK, that it is hereby ordered, that PICK of the news, elegancies, opinions and Ittfrjture UULtOCH.

everv dnerfion! frum the bn.J. Ani of Xovtujhor, for i the inslrnciion of clu'-'ron! iii I 1 lie contractor in le.glaxe (the lanterns with Fri-noh IV Luke Lott, Executor on the Estate of Mrny oi our time, to CULL frorn the uildcrni- of hENRY R. JACKSON

;; .wtl tf iructiveoc.i.uniruy.fleet. ; ; ; I !L- nidini. t;'sd' an Eu lisli I I'Alucation. I If t l''r: \| plaie gl.Hsami pain! t them while I t iii.-nL-and! black ''lnon.is, Into of said county, deceased, i" hereby the houi'd ever tluwenn capiice, and to JIK-CUE TERMS

t 1IJ i.iuiilr-r tI! }.,. -ik will require it, he will laeet,1fllt.ti | oo! idi%, and pl.tce them on (the new towers in api' authorised' lo sell the following Real IMale ofIhe tine good things elsa lost in the bewildering ilout- THE DAILY GEORGIAN: m is .uMM *

.. ; : 'icily 431 iheliain ; niale and female assistants. 'icr fondilioM for I lighting.Tin' I s.iio" I'ecea-ed' : age of norclltes adrift, had been previously at- Savanna!, at TEN DOLLARS! Pi | u.

!. n-inutest pc'MwJ- luMuiv,' For il'-'adii.'g, Anting, Ant brnat Ic, KnglisbGratninar ..onttar'i-T' will !)e allowed to u--c all such N I E \ -ec-lion 22, the S E } of teflon 22, leriprd! by other.-.. able advance K. ANNUM.i SIX y
b3iJtS tO I t.e MI'able' I fur food and substantial I I Me S W J of section 11 I (the S E of semi-annually, in ; or, DOLLARS
sect 2Ilic
and } iou ,
V the fit'.1 link of hie. 1 |uwesrbtbe trtograpby, per ]uarter, of ftn tnatenals I (as are ; Thate have l.tborcd; successfully in our \ooatioii KOK Six MONTH-
; . . . . work that iC oUal.'K'd liom the lowers and; t N E } of section 1-1, all of Township 1 Range and
dement of fue. air, ea-th and e'ks.. . . .t (P"JOct. ) ran produced a paper remarkable for its inlc- THE TUI-WIKKLY: GEORGIAN; : : f;r thtCumtry
I I, i> 17.SAM'L: J. P.RYAX.A5IE dwelling I houses at M.1. Jos.-nh's point 3 lId St.George's h"; Not In and \Vest ; and the S l E J of motion 25in riM, value and popularity, and one adapted lo is ptiihishi.tt! l lo iw\-t the
It p3tll.IL'S to the depth01 kuuvv- tJe bricks! and granite Townsliip 2, of Range S, North and We-t. the arrangtmchfof
reT. Island, and also : wants of ALL CLASSES OF SOCIETY", w'e have the mails, three times week.
and nfs lu tiie galts .if) 1 llrmen.luB'u .- : U:C A X of the old tower al Log Island. A bl'Ihcient The aovc i! Lands to be sold for the benefit of suftVient evidence in our extensive and rapidly Thursday md Saturday,) at a I laOthVe(TuevIaV of the,

an it1lnIi1csinI! J1 i-y ol'tlie UeibAmwc.l of t biick it is believed, may be obtained the legatees, and creditors, of said decea-x-d. im-t- circulation
t IS Net tliI 'iTite !Itsiitaclt'iia ; qiianlily good easing in the univrr al rornmen- DILY GEoR ;[A.\"a',dcontains all line sntt-l-
'
,Il, on humanity ; it icturns toiointptible from the above named buildings to complete Given; tinder my hand and piivjfs se-al, there cht morn ot' (lie public! prc-s-i, aucl, above! all. in (the lig"isct, Cotntncrri.il, IViilir-at: arid Mtsc-ll.
sj'iiiUMl 1 exis- the being no seal of office, this 0th diy ut September, llattrring and
to new
J ;hm.; ;,O11I .' a ones. encouni erneut cordial approbation neosH, including new Advertiii-nec.ts: [ utti-hCd
Cultivate u and 3011 will berrfmd ; 12 Co.iMuH- DWELLING HOUSES. A. D-, It 17. of our numerous' LADY READERS, in every in the Daih Paper.

, &reCt-t. d. nm'! you will! be debased.! -/ ..11.fIIr (Up Stairs,) DOSTON.MauafactaicM A Dwelling House for the keeper is lo be built THOS. L. TYRES, [L. S.] section of tLc country. THIS I t PAIT.R is semi! iu M j-arl. ..: the Sfaf.am .-.
Jcd.ro of Probate for Calhoun
and Dealers Ia "ry- s Pattttt at each place, :.T> by 20( feet, foundation hard brick, Co-inty. Tho scope, design and character of Hie HOMKJOUK.AAL Union, or delivered in the ritr af FIVE

Twine Siarals.; Post oilire Twines Ilai. :nwiues I wall oie foot thick, laid 1 inches below I lie The above Lands will be sold al the I.OKSC of t dil'er Jrom those of any newspaper DOLLARS per annum; or, at T1IREK DOLLARS

j'jAKFE NOTION--The New YoiU !t'i'tdle' M'-Carts'sCotton; I Herring Twiu"? of I lie ground, and carried up 2 feet above, James Nails, on Monday the fifteenth day of November heretofore( established. The contents are fitted for su ix month.-

tnrTiIotIdcu1 of Washinijiun Unit/n, Cotton Si-ine Tv\ine, Taimed and Unlanned, l'lsx ". "i *'1 x* 'to '1I ''fl'f'' a frnrn. budding, sills S next. Terms of sale, one-third cash, the to en..i;e the attention of the man of business THE U'KKKLY GKOF.GIAX, ipi! IMir.l

j Herring Twin s I Hawser and Shroud-laid Mack- on indies rf. no St!* 11 1 feet histli. J l IIV N braced balance iu one and two years. Persons willing arid i be a source nl elegant in-iiuction and entertainment every Friday affernotjn, at ThREE DOLLARS

rrtcs: LiFt *' Yankee notion" is a s.irt i iustcrct t'rt'i L.i'-s ; I Hernns, Pohogiu Shad, Ibss, and above 9-and beiVw ; !ower flooring jmH > indies to !buy Lands; in Florida, will do well !to embrace to (the domestic fireside and iarnih csrele per annum-all pavablc in advance.J -
The Very tinopi>';ilunity, as the above Lands comprise ami it comuiiies the btnkiti and novel attrnclious I
CoJ
tti Net rovernniei.t Seines with chamber flooi ILliiLlllZ
; > ( U.igs; ? IS indies '', IC'dsed! : :
ciicnhi! 10 newspaper?, issued by aprmtliouse" Ssne by1 aju. 3-jne of as good, if not the be-t, in the Stair( and of tine nenspajicr with the more abiding interests -
Shad and Mcnhadon < be that
I M-dckeiel laid
Itrriug, : 1'; t-o t NK\V ORLEANS
2 0 I 15 inches TYPC FOUNDRY
dry finud-) in this city pro- joists by ap..rt.; roof one-f turd most suitably to the cultivation of Sea of the higher} class of periodicals, "it id
to publish the advertisement the rooms finish feet ; (C. inches Island Cttton, and Spanish or S tcar Tobacco. printed in the folio form, on large and superior A.MJPrinters -
!
Miin'Motueni '
.V. JL ,\\t.s nti'l Sfiii'i Lnit to orihr at s> toitm pitch, raffrr 1 I by 1 inches;;; side*, en-, an;! roof Fin-iiisiiin Warehouse.t .
ibeliousc' !ft a jear; or inure, and to p: ywihe'uiiie >!t, <'. P. ELLISON! ic Co., A-'enN, boarded bv g.irxl( seasonal pine boards and singled !;I LUKE LOTT, paper, 0:1: a new clear type, obtained expresslY .\_ l i CU1Ut.1,1t? Ilvie
for the
Executor of Thomas dec'd.Calhoun and *, its whole
Mary purpose; arrangement
''v ,'ll' vvni five percent, on all k 1 !I. i-sH. oJlf Apalachiooia.:
) } cedar shingles
wit Ii (hue be or undersigned big U-uvt--to fi
.juniper, cypress County, Sept. t o', 1 17. 17-2ai and details a mo-.t favorable specimen of the bet THE announce >
ji;es made i ut such, ruuiiiiy merchants as A NKW D* ,LLAR PAPER.ISOUCS laid not more than inches to the weather typographical skill of the country. Jn addition and Printer., I hat ll.ey haves-

tit proprietors or editot ci.uchi ne vspar"iray on the roof, or more than ."> inches at the side CaUaoiiu Circuit Conrf. tothe.-e, and as orieot" its most valuable pcruliar- tnblishedacomplcfeatidoxtensiveTYPKP'OUNDRY -

send to the print-house" afure- 12 A.ICEADY. and ends ; the hou-e to be divided into two rooms ties, it i-, in reference to the diversify ol talent in this city. The L'ock Letter of Itf-j
Petition for Foicclo-ure of
said, *ihI; a Icitt-r of ic'todiiftiun. .Someii "COMi: AND TAKE ME."' with an entry betwec-i 7 feet wide ; a chimney Israel Moses, ') employed upon it, the cheapi&t paper in the Foundry was cut to ortkr (by wcrkrr.erjf long
Male
the ni'wsp| n* addressed have shaqily resell Being the wry bet and cheapest newspaper at in each end, and a fire place in each room below, %s > Slave Mortgage Daniel.on a Negro United States. experience, and, as no fxpene was spared ta
with three windows in each twelve lights EVnezrr Hoyt. ) obtain the handsomest faces and to r-erft-ct it lit
the fahco agency proposed; atidnrV'icksbaii the l I'3W-t pris', name!; parlor, .-7* nil fie lurk nnmlcrs of the work are tntircly -
1IOVT, William G. M. Davis, respect, we will venture to it will! be
each !')> by !:2. fl1BENEZER uc/iaintitl hace l/ii.t every say
SatUttIQIlc
elU1tI I Jk d ihe coazst :..[ ( s o.VE I)4)L1.71i.1 l1.iRpayatkiiadcaucc. The stairs to lead from the cntiy into the attic ; _t1 and all persons interested in I the Equity ot 'Us i'f ,'ltr v-l, ice, increased lite ifay itfifi'jn vf l/e!/, found as h.indsurne, if net the handsomest in flue\

: !Iii1ir! / ( tailli) ol the vihole 1'\i\ pap.-r is i>- ue.l every Saturday, 'at 110 closet back of the stairs; citric dividid into two ht.hinntion of a certain negro male slave: IXmiel.nidilg'.i'dbv HOMK JOURN \\.fur the Cf >res.t acn>nnnoitilioiitlf United! States. Wt- have ai.ii a very hatnifomr

Xasiin.tre'l, on a handsome hct-t, with an tIegtu'ly room, with an rn'ry between 7 l let \\ule ; one Ebent'/.tT Hoyt to John %V. Rabco'kon KVf MJE-CKIIJtRS, Ulld)ICC IfltlfflllC U">>>Cflf assortment of Ftower ail; Job Lclfcr of the latest

l vn..:.i-jvetl ink-, ivpr 3ciiti.ij; General Taylor of the chambers to -subdivided info tvvo ; a the 7th d'ay of February, l M, to secure to the ill Iff rei/netii thai all i&'io intend (uAi/m t/e style, to which! we would call the attention

Obn'y. ou h'.r .:M'vk ;d IheliA'lTLi Southern w indow in the entry bflvveen tiie chamber sji-1 Ilahrock; or his as-igns. the |tnnci| al sum papir will commence their subscrijtlionit icith the of Printers before purchasing eLst-where. AH

: tJF P.UEXA VISTA. -', I') I lights v by b>, ct>:i.ned wish lead, a< of s.-M; 1 1, with intere-t from d.te' ( at S percent 1' ii articles manufactured by us shall Le of a material
ThEJi, ('1 ,ILJT' COlibttttIItIfl,Itli the Oin int, front awl will take not!ice that the aid tnort- rci et ul, it not to inaaufact'ired
Jt i i.- alsti iiiv tr.ittsi senerally! witu handsome well as both the chininpy-s ; looN in !t-er' i.nn'un, Tcr/tn-Two Dyllars a year, or three copies ] superior, any
It: ibc reM'ii; H Mrs S3. in Juckeon.S reprcAiiting the battle scenes of the Inrk of the entry, one in each ,loom abo\e and .:ag: h ,is been assigned, for valnalile ponsidtr.itioifo : for five dollars, invartblv in advance. at the North ; and as we shall sell Type at New

tPy. '.Ir I 'UN W hIoLsbJN; ia ifa? 22 till Iront nnd hu.rk! of -Mid of *:!Jl -1 i, and the interest thereon, ment.
sri.f It Advocates the cl/uis and supports the noir.ioatjon one ineh thick, evrejU( Mim ? parts ct"the United State, the RritUh P.ovmccs
door which to1)c in 'h. The front with havi'ig exoired, pl.'tifitiii' has tiled hn petition for We are nr.w prepared l<> manufacturp RRASS
: a -tr r.cr..and hasiz3brflh1Ut a Fi>trttj of ore 1J and to Europe, done up in strong wrappers,
,.ze n ,:? ccn1ntuItc: gurb wast1 %atetiene, Z.V1HUY TAYLOIl AS frieze lights;: with a Cf od lock, bolt and latch, I r;.:ec!<>-'ire in the Circuit Court of Calhou-i county with t the itno-t punctuality! and despatch. RULE and TYPEof any magnitude, with promptnes. -
GGNE2.VL in each and will for foreclosure of the at We would also call the
and hung with good hines; a window apply s irne partirularly attention
il KXT. Stib-ifiintion*, orders, remiltaces and all commtiineattons -
.itib.ity. r.nd rlwnry *f lbcediftrd dvtraed, II KI>
dumber, twelve iigiil-, S I by It'). Parlors, cliamb the December term ol said Court next etisnng.R. must be udclresscd to the Printers to cur LEADS, having an entire
nad
: )
( the F\II; ,Kithy. Tffjfct anii cslceai ofu. It goes for cU Rough an.1 R--ady, party or t b-- entry, below and above, and closet, lathed, J. MOSES, Arl'y for PHf. Editors, CCO.(post P. -MORRIS, new set cf moulds, by whirh we are enabled

Lwho fcffinfu Iii> ac juaifilanrv.Lfir no ;atv. as by far thw veiy best man in the pla-itered and tinis'fied in a plain-and di-feiil manner September 2-?, lb (17. C7CrnllKtlachicoia N. P. \V1LLIS, to furnish a perfect article. We are also Agents
I'nited Stattisto; \>u Presd<-nt.ll of the hou with for the sale of the: Napier, Washington and
f'-nion: wdical and otherw-w. was ; gutt.-rs back and front t I >e, August 21 1517. 1U7 rulton-9trc t.
,l wDhm: liut.n? !.i<; istreF-iiis i il'iics' ? : !t.i't that piesi-nt all the 'lUail< and I incidents of the trunks to lead ofTlhc I water to a cistern ; an Uxcaatuie.na Smith Pi-esses, which together with Chases,

h tcn"r* v. '.o numbers fro luaiivf tic! war, a< I hey are received in New York.It opening in I fhe brick foundation, each side of I the THE subscriber informs his friends THE NEW-YORK Cas s, Composing Sticks Furniture, Ink, and!
punal is running over wilb atiecdolas, stories e\- bowse feet wide, tfoor to be six inches b"low ; 4and the public in general. I hut he has become SCIENTIFIC ME EIC.tN. every other article required in the Printing business
cm d for !. v ,..t,01q, had marked 'b\ ..- trn-: I It alo I tells al! the '
ciliig I: a IvetUures, oc. nevv4" the siLl of the door, the roof shingled ; all the the Proprietor ol this above well will be kept oa hand, and turmshul at
,er j.j :i.- .WL I'-..tCC to !liisui''in..ir'. C. the .%- '<, ho'h foreign and dome-tic. IT I 1s- wood \\oik, cvcept the root, painted two c
1 Uiori.}.! Whig.r'ST A GRET PAPER in all respttts, both for city all the floors in the bf, >'ie to be laid double.At I u'ty of the travelling community that may favor Editors and Printers wishing fo establish a

-- -- az.U ootitiiry *,ubcribers.H a convenient distance from the dwelling linn wi'h i' t their custom, and will asi' aeeominodt'u This popular Scientific and ilechanical Jour Newspaper; or JOt Printing Office trill he furnished

i is e\;>.-rti-d lo have (the lanre-t circulation of house, to be a frame kitchen, 1" by f'2, to sfanJon P-siJi-nt bcaiders4. The bar will always be nal, (which his already attained the largest circulation with an estimate in detail for the same,

t1'E i11P'V11III.ttA airy paper in the Union. Every mm friendly to six brik pillar I *, 2 let I Irom I Ihe sround, supplied with genuine li"iiois of I the choicest of any weekly paper of the kind in the by stating the size of the paper, or the parlicula'f(

the <-etUr! >'i of General Taylor: will subscribe for >i.-ven feet pcst boarded; and <.1iiiued: [! ; roof one- ijnalily. JOHN PATR1DGE.A'KitachieoIa style and quantity otwork to bo executed.OCh .

"I"J.'tOllfCl'LA.: . .I 1ti t1. it. It \\ill be sultI! by thousands all over the third pitch ; two wi'.dowstwelve' lights, S by Nov. If 1, 1 In. world,) will commence its THIRD VOLUME The proprietors of newspapers who will

country. Every I'ostuia-ter who expects lo be 10, and one door ; a eliiin'n, with a suifa!>!e fire on SiUirday, Sept. 2-"th, publish this advertisement six months, and send

A'LKIVEIX' .iMppJiijle-l; will act as agent: and procure tub- place f for cooking, %vilh crane, lra:: :nel and U. S. -lIAJf FxftOIt E ich number of Tbe Scientific American contains a paper to cur othVe weekly, will be paid for the

The fart IS, "TlIE RoDCII AND Rf.ADV" Will. adverti bill Tvr.e.
;I : _. lNatib1I? f1! (ijttt 3iE.feh'v the friend of General and matched ; one window in the attic ; com jf* j ON and alter the liral day of ENGRAVINGS a catalogue! cfAMERICAN ot t in
of ;
13. the d
'i'i'--y; f!!'-n,_!fin Ctiatidhoochec.CLEARED. : rec'ignix <'tr.'ti pact stairs or steps to go into -jilie. In the rear Tr "' i--UL"Li': ht\l, this Line v.iil be2lruni (5RKEN & CO.,
T who are in luvor of his baing nsmaated PATENTS, as issued from the May l- 17. 10-t 17 C-jr.a! Row
>yo-, of each dwelling a Cistern i h to be built of hard --"-'-'- regularly in TWO-HORSE 22. > >m st.

.*U'l brick, lined with Roman cement, large enough to 1 STAG; IIS. The nndeisigned, having the cotij Patent Oihce each week ; notices of the progress Dt n'i A I MetlLczu2es.
Ha }* >< 'n l-titi'-'lu. TiaiVr. 'or N Orleans ELECTED BY THE PEOPLE. contain 2"iJO gallons covered with heart pine
of all MECHANICAL
and
j tract (lo carry the Mail on this route, intend to new SCIENTIFIC lIE subscriber has just rtceived recent
***lm a mmm m *Bvmatfmtiiirm Mmmm Knuinil list evory wvii-wisber cf the country SEND !boird with door on top, into which the rain give facility to Travellers who : wish to T JH.T
every nay inventioiit ; instructions the various ARTS arrivals from New York, a t full! and complete
I'A INt L tfls D3LLtU wort hw ith lo gutters from the dwellings are ((1) lead. takt- t this ronte, by Columhus, Ga., Non hi. stock, cun.iiting in art, Siil >h. of Quinine
and TRADES with ENGRAVINGS |
Per 1 uf.iul Jn f? I llit 'hin "ind WILKINSON & Co., Pul.iisher-i, No payment i is lobe made to the contractor-, ; curious
K'f.vti'r kIr, )'. lUvW.Vm linn. \ l'am-.W New-York. for (Ihe above mined work until the-whol in each PHILOSOPHICAL and CHEMICAL %
; n 11-5 1 ; Xar-siu-slreet, ; i (frivers, \\ill always be provided ; and in a word, experiments Murrate OIK! Sulph. of .1ur1hit.."*, Luner Caustic,
LOtId. Luke Loti, J E Move. F M Ilrykat, It Price 3 cents j-iu-ile; a ir.e proat alio-.veil to ca
tfa.-ucr pel son as he \\jtffittiiil during the rnoii of fti ;fi icatti',) fotlioxc IN EUROPE AND AMERICA ; all lt>ica<% Iodine, Rhubarb, Pnlvr. and Root 5tn-
: I the formation nimoint for that Tiie entire work
I. *he purposet f.i il-.tatintr may !1tt18e.; I who choo-e tiiis route North.
may rn, EHvui Silts, Ciriii Leaves, C-jtofOiI_ ,
[
the dilfcrent MECHANIGAL MOVEMENTS
United States, the to be bv th.- first day ol March, ISlb.S.1ILTEL .
of Club-, in all paits ot the completed T'.e Sia e will h'five Chaltdhoochec every Scidhtz Powders,Soda Towtlrrs Sulpher, iower?
EK l.il'T< t Ki f; ..M !LNTE' 1'' R n Ji and Ready will IHS furnished, in numbers W. SPKXCr.U: : TUESDAY and FRIDAY! at 0 A. M. ; arrive published in a series, and ILLUSTRATED with and rule, C f>peras, S.drl'er, :Aiurn, Alois

Ps.,. ., .1 'v 3L\-u.1 >!*acvuiolJM.vn I II ; to ij.ie address postpaid and II advance, as follow Collector and Sup. of LIUI! Hou
tt j : ,: ,n I : District ol ApaUchicola. Gaines; every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, fcc. Flax Seed, B.->rix. A-o! a large supply iii asserted

I--. Twelve copies for one year, ((1 els. each) $l'i' OO October 2, 1 17. at 1 P. M.; : arrive at Ciattahoociee[ next days, It is in fact a paper that MERITS the patronage Glass Ware, and a general asaortmcnl oi

st'r\n:, Twvuty-fivtj '4 (B'J cU. earh) *) (JO trt iio N"uffTriJrr jouBT.Cornelius by S P. M.Persons all articles lit the i'r'ij lio. For alc tH '>
Fifty copies (70 Hs. each) .'<* in travelling from Columbus, Ga., via ('I.all MECHANICS and MANUFACTURERS June12 F. AHELUTarraulS
VVii i I AND CLK : :3 Clitueery.
.MAKER, One hundred (4J> etcarh) i 0') IJ J FoitGaincs, Rlakely, Chatlahooi'hee, tiuinry, to throughout the UNITED STATES,
Grant ham, ) E lIe u vesce ut Sc!ize r
&A --c.-d SIMV S:: lu.Ii's: )IJ2L t1i'iiri: -- vs. > Petition tar Divorce. Tallahassee, will uud this the most expeditious and should be in the hands of EVERY ONE .
;- ( Ja.trauce f.ti lu-strilt-st; ) *'NiI*' 7lj* *. 6' IAthfiietitti >.'* rou(c. '
J'alha (JMi.thain.: )) that feels interest in the advancement of
; an RENEWED, and an i'in.ratcd
!! APA.tt'I0X.A 1.iL Fv. T. D. WILSON
<
IJovvlia :tcooit.riIl the Comf 1 Proprietor. HEALTH
the satisfaction of ,
appealing I to
eonJilion of bulv prinluceft
WutchvClocks and J .vveirv cart-; i i: hi". .. hi.v-c 1'' .&It&toUtIi'C tO hiS IT by ulHdivil made in this ease, that the dcle'iilant Qiincy, Jtrie 20, 1M7. irn-lm Mechanical or Scientific improvements in this by the u-e ofTAKRAyrs EFFERVESCENT

citrcd ( '.I, i. .1. lYiuiidi and I t tic jiiiuuc ,C i- rally I I lii..l be has I'atha Gra'ithain; re- ides beyond the ; Dollars 1evti1t. Country.It SELTZER .PF.t1 ENT.

bi ; ) !, sole 3l)11 ul'ul tic.i'o-.eesabiishinent! : jun-iliction of I lie Slate cf t Florida : It is oideredlhat Twenty is published ia QUARTO FORM, convc- This preparation is mnuiera1ly allowed lo bo
PJEOtXA ?f A'J'f O.\. and hopes by prup T inaiiJ-'mc'it! and strict attuiitioti the iaid Fat ha Jrantlum do and an- WILL be paid for the apprehension
appear nien'ly adapted to RINDING, and furnished to the most popular runtdy ..f the present day for
to merit a cotitinuaii'-e of the paiiotu eheietoftre ser I he said petition within three months alter \ anti delivery of a NEGKO MAX named Country Subscribers at the LOW PRICE ot, the prevention and cure Ind'tiun, llilioin
so fibi'rally be lo-.ved upon the I Hoiip.All the p>licalionof I ibis order, or the said petition LEVI, who ran away from Maconon Stin- and Liver Complaints Nervous Weakness Head
th" abuve establishment --- the 1 lib inst. Levi is dark mulatto TWO DOLLARS A YEAR-ONE DOLLAR
persons tndei k-l to will be (taken for confessed ; and it is further ordered Jay a ache, Heartburn, habitual! Costiitnosfcc.Traveller .
will confer a favor by sel I 11!i n? wit h I he ->ubhCribPr. I that tins order be published in -orne newspaper stout and well built, will weight about ISO Ibs., IN ADVANCE, and the remainder ia Six ? and residents in x.irm rlim.ifos 'vill

JOHN J). JONES. in the Western Circuit of this State for the f. little bow lerred: speaks slow and long with a Months. Address, find"it a desirable! article ; it prevents any accumulation -
Apalachicola, April 1), 1 11.> \ KMfS of three months. strong voice, had on when he left a Satinet round
Muce MUNN &. CO., Publishers, of bile, is portable, and thy inttKodof
of the GEll. S. HAWKFNS Judge W. D.Urhec coat, and checkered pants of country homespun.
El D LI TZ, Yeast and Sodi Powders preparation is unusually convetiieof. Children
21 is t7. 3J-m; I expect he will make for Columbus, as he lately- 12S Fulton-street, New-York.
Anna Uig. ,
b<-l quality, for hale by have frequent occasion for gentle and coolliig!
lived theie. Some StiSiCIOIIOXIStStlI1tLCV
July 17 .1. C. ALLEN. Stale ofVlorifla, ; POST PAID. purgatives; they will take tincrifiit| in preference
was uecojeu or assi.icu on oy some wime person,
\\fHERK \
the .,,Ki !.,-,.|>ko! the State of Flouda to S""L'l7PllATJ f..r sale by T all persons having demands ;against (the estate proof sufficient to convict him. and double, for sale by Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist, &c.

t AI11tEirl .\'LftKi fur the health, prospenty luly 17 J- C. ALLEN. I of Nathan S -ymour, late ol said county, 11. L. COOK, Au'ent. SINGLE 17 J. C. ALLEN. KOTEC13.TERSOXS .

1_. Other l.esltlrs: vvhirh we, 2 a peoplr, have deceased, notice is hereby given I that I have taken Macon, July 2O, 1s17. uug21 3'2-lt having businessvilli the nubscri-
perIittpd {tu enj-r,' during tl.e current ><-ar: IIoarEiouiid CtiIy. fioin the Honorable[ Court of Probates said DR. L. FEUCHTWAXOEK'SKat J. hers during their absence fivia Ibe city, will

3t ? prjciaimed that 'l'hIRZlAY, 1)EASES Clarified K-sence of Hourhound county, Letters'filamentary! upon the same, and SANS SOUCI HOTEL. Mouse & Cockroach 5oioiJ.rpIIIS please lo apply to ilr. Charles A. trcer .

** jth No;
t?T cuthro.jtu) the State as a day of ThanksPrise June'H._ F. HELL. within two years after the d tfe of 1 his advertise T friends, and the public generally, that they J- tin? immediately, if a proper application be and Saiid':

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I (lten under my hand and the great seal genuine, fr sale by July 21 1, IS 17. "Ja-Jm now ready to receive boarders, and hope through Flea and Mosquito Poison has attained a very extensive SARSAPARILLA II.1 F- ABKU100 -
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LJhL.] c, iie this 13th attention to receive a share of I celebrity for its invariable destructive pro
stale, at the Capitol, VV July 17 J. C.ALLEN. 1f1111 OS St. Croix Sugar; proper patronage.
October, Is 17. J.U 20' do New Orleans Sugar, to arrive; The Car will be well furnished with choice perties to that order of insects. For sale bj Coffee. 5-

tL W. I). MOSELY. SAL AD OIL, just leceivedand U- I'AliELL for bale by K'i sacks Rio Collie; 50 do Java ; Wines, Liquors and Sears ; and the Restaurant August 1-1 J. C. ALLEN Druggist. RAGS RIO, for sale by

4U4ht 1 17 KJ b\s Aromatic Tobacco; \vill bo well! supplied with Game, Fish and Oysters Hops, May 15 J- DAY & CO.

Kay Itmsi.AFRESH r;(tj M nlVd do. Brown's and Labby's; of the best quality in season. 1 HRESH Fall Crop, fur sale by TARTAR and Tamarinds, just it-

Oils, Window Glass, Ac.JLST supply of A. French's superior 2'J Sperm Candles; 50 b\s bromiSoap; JAMES GIBSON & CO. .1April17 H. F. ABELL. CREAM and for sale bv 3

received per l>ng Gen. Wilson, a very just received and for sale by 100 bags Shot ; 50 kegs Powder; June 1S17. April 17 UF.AIIELL.
!hist
ttfoife assortment cf White Lead, Paris June 12 H. F. AI5ELL.Sarsai 20-W lbs Lead ; 4 casks Linseed Oil; N. Gentlemen who wish for refreshments Q UININE, Camphor and Piperine, received -
"Water.N .
** Virdigris, Varnitel.es of every description, 200 kegs White Lead, No. 1,Extra and Pure. in their rooms can be accomodated at short and for sale by Congress

Ilare lot of pauit Brushes, all six -s, for sale arilla Syrup.UST F'orsalcby WAI. G. PORTER( & CO. notice. jrril 17 .__ F- AllELE.Bajley'sTouiCMhtilI'C. N pints and quarts,justTecem-d If.' F.for HELL.sale by *

J. C. ALLEN.: received, and for tale by Dec'i U Water street. I June 12 _
:! business with Ire
___ J TJEKSOXS having t undersign-
June 12 II. F. AllELE._ Cxtruirt Sai'saparllla.BULL'S I ed, will please call on Mr. WM. S.-DAM- 11115 is a valuable compound fluid extract ol t Pauacoa. -
Gold
Pens.
I rfr.W Of Woudwaid At lirwlh.-r'j supeiiorUld LIFE PILLS AND PIKKNLX *c SANDS', for sale by the dozen or EREL, as 1 shall be absent for a short time to a Cinchona and Rubra, a vegetable febrifuge iTOUCK and S\VAI31'S Panacea just*rtceivid"
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d1 M"OFFATS for the cure of Fever and Ague. Sold byJuno ii and for sale by -
HITTERS teccivcd and for sale by bottle, by distant part of the state.
Peat,jusl received and f..r sale by just '
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H. ABELL- June 13 H. FI ABE
lo J. C. ALLEN. 17 J. C ALLEN. 17. FRANCIS 12 .: ;
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I Iiii's THE SAVAWIVA8SIv : ) rOJlMRRCIAL )\
FRESH ARRIVAL OFIllcdiciucs ADVERTISER
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1'JOS1'1C ITS tiiiIttritovi.; otttt._ i: D raiiuts, Oils, : announcing I the tV.t t lint t!ut* "'line"''crsigned Mitoinl PUBLISHED F.VKRY THUR3D4T '
OK TUI: i'c. have associated IheifWjlvM, l gelhu iii fT
-Six months after d-ite, 1 will apply 1 N'i'lIE WEST1SRK CIRCUiT Jye..SttuIt' reiiiuaery returns,his thanks Department of"THE I SA VANN'AH I I GI.OK-! L. WI'iv.
NOTICE undersigned
FLORIDA WHIG .f Piobates for Franklin lake this -.i-cjaion to to the patens
Hon. Jude OP FJLOIEIDA. !.b.I his friends and the public for their (JIAN, we say .
County: J\-r\ a final discharge from the Administration IN Franklin Circuit Court. liberal lo and begs (lo inform ef that paper, and to thu public generally, G. ill. DAVIS, Edi0

A WEEIHX FAFI2ZC, I ol i tha estate of! Donald Campbell, hte of IN CHANCERY. patronage additional hat arrangements have already been made fonts
is receiving an
: : that he now
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TO UK PUBLISHED LY M. JKMMM1.THE siid count. deceased. Arabella E. Hepburn, widow of -.-. supply, which added to his former r.aterial improvement in outward appearance, Ofiiee, Third Story IJaltzcll's Di ??, '
WILLIAMS I Adm'x. will be to elevate and Commerce and Chestnut
JANET Burton and that no pains spared streets.
Hepburn, deceased, stock renders his assortment unusually hrge
uaJcrsijpcJ propose publishing in tha Apalachicola, .line 1S7. 2l-6m Complainant French, German and sustain its character as a commercial paper, ando
.
Town of .Maria-ma Jacks and complete.THE English, with and profitable ThRMS.StnuCTUPTiov. .
m county, Florida, a fill its columns interesting
with I Hie abive YFICE.-Six months after publication 01 vs. American Drugs ; Cosmetics ; Perfumery; Glas that to render tha .-Three bouars
title.
weekly newspaper I N We feel most sensibly
natter per
tin* notice, application will be made to the Joseph L. Hepburn, George O. and lrugists Glass ware, &c., &c., are ulcred advance
in 3
This paper; will be devoted to Literature, Agriculture Savannah Georgian such a paper as the growing if paid or # 50 if pai with
of Probates for Jackson county, for atinal Hepburn, Annie E. Hepburn I Merchant. awl others on lflhi
Hon. Country
JiiiLjo to Physicians, if *
I 00
and Science; it will als ) contain the interests and population of cur State and City re- month", or paid thereafter.
t.ettlenient of I the administration of the estate and Caroline B. Hepburn, the most liberal terms-all of which he warrants taken for
current news of the davanJarticlcs labor MIMAlc expended No subscription a less
in
cf diversity of term
support luire, a than
deceased late of said heirs at law of Burton Hep
the Whig Policy. Xunucl N. Spears, t pure and unadulterated. it such we are determined tf> furnish. months-and $2 will invariably be char .S r"
C )UlIt'. ELIZA SPEARS, burn, deceased ; Daniel K. 11. F. jvAijtWholesale \ ttpon ; that period. No paper will be discontinued
vi local to
The want columns
its
a has beeti make pl.-asing
paper severely We shall strive to n
Jackson February IJ t, Fs-)7. 5-f>m) Administratrix-. Dodge; the heirs of John and Retail Druggist, shall all l arrearages are paid, unless at the option k''
felt in Walton and humble of
Washington coin- all readers, and while our support lc
dec'd whose
Peabody, trustee <15 Water strett.Apahcliicob. proprietor. <
ties, and has led lo the proposed establishment of --- the principles upon which the -
to great -
is Daniel McDougald; Bill for Dower. Nov21, 1S113. b i e given ADVEHTISEMEXTS. fore ,(
this Journal. Dry Goods. John W'. Campbell ; Hudson ,- '- Democratic party has planted itself, believing ) will be inserted at the rate of One Tv.7

The undersigned ho4ia t t.i obtain sufficient patronage r pj l I IE i: subscribers oiler for sale a large and sea- A. Thornton ; Nathaniel W. Drugs aiti! medicines. these principles to be cs-scntr.il to the perpetuity 1 lar for the first, and Fifty Cents for

to enable them to commence its publication JL s ruble stock of Dry Goods, consisting in Thornton ; limes huh ; Sea THE subscriber has, and will of our national freedom and the advancement of juent insert ion.'I'I every sob**

by the 1st of September. of Jones John II. hand our national welfare, we shall studiously avoid who advertise
pail born Howard c. constantly have.on ,a complete ) those by the year
FIR Ms-'I'hre( dollars per annum, I in al vanrz. i\.tO, Keisejs: and Linseys, and Edward Gary, trustees of 1' assortment of DRL'GS and MEDICINES all rude collisions with views and opinions an- di-count I will be made ; but all ( a libp1

!?3 5') ifpahl within si\ months; or f UJ at the White and Red Flannels, James P. Calhoun & Charles ..," which he will warrant pure f fagoni.-liMoour own. To render our paper the strictly pertaining to their own biHiness einpntjftrt

cad of the year. Thin and Fancy Jeans, L. Bass, composing the late ; ,. and of the best quality. Country firm but ili-spa-wiotiatc exponent of democratic 4 nil legil advertisements sent in bv them, Ma Well

KEXJ. G. LIDDOX & CO. Double I twilled 1 Tweeds firm uf Calhoun & lass? ; Merchants and Planters will find it principle, the calm yet millinchini advocate of be charged at the usu.tl rates. '

July ni.1 ii>7._ Super fancy Ca
iSrocrruvs ami .Si Super; :E'igtili: arid French Cloths, Sloan ; Duncan McDuii-\ Goods, before purchasing twl.cre. j instructive I thought upon all proper subjects, i in advance. paid fc
.Moivs.
COFFEE:, Java do, :St.; D-immgo do, Whitney iJlankets, ID' 11 and l'2qrs gild ; Mordicai Myers,' s- N. B. Physician's prescriptions put up with whether science, liteiature, or general information cz j- Five Dollars will be charged for
viitorat anncnnc
RIO Flour, Western do N O S'ljar' Djfljl! Iilanket. t and lUi rs.Deaims signee of George W. Ross, care and accuracy at any hcur of lhedaor; night. ,-in a word, to make it a welcome i ing candidates for office.
; I Kremlins ar.d Cot toaadc Daniel McDoupald J. C. ALLEN once to the merchant and the mechanic, the.student
a bankrupt; (0All advertisements from
Croix do ( a
Jst. Porlo Riro do, YOUIIJ Hyson Tea, distance
JJrown Shirting; I and Sheeting, Joseph & Lawrence Mnich 01 I C'.r. Ci ulic t iid ( V hiiuercc sts. and the farmer shall be our constant endeavor with the
Jlysoa lrt, Powe'ion.? (!I.), Siuichoa;; !< iJoslien ; ; thu shall he accompanied ca,},, or city referent,
addition ,
if in to we
and
Hatter, <'!ifes *, 1 L irJ, t* icon HimSul I <' hotilders Cotton Osnabufs O'B. Branch ; William II. ; to insure insertion. '
Mohsses, Wfiiik, Mf s ami Prune 1'ccf, C.itt.m Dillm- and Ticking, j Brockcnbrough and the Bank be enabled l.y extending circulation through

Mc.-sanl Pn.jF'ork.. 2- 'hf'rt'I. SIMSilinnn; } Linen and Cotton Checks, of Pensacola, t the interior, to strengthen thc tie-i which bind

Herria;, SoniJ.ls an-l Ton; l' ?, Coil l'h l'tuIk ,Irish Linen, Sliirlin:I and Sheeting I ))eJziFan(S. our beloved S.ate and City top ther, and to WIM. BE fCBM' nKI> AT WASHISTOJf D. C.

J'epier, Sje C4ts.i s, ( ISIeiched Cotton Shirting and Shi-cting, T appearing to the satisfaction of the Judge of secure that omncft of sympathy and feeling On thf trvnth of Dcfmbvr next.

I'ick1' Soii, t'r( lI, Nay Eii/li idi, I French and American Prints, I link Court, by the affidavit of the Complain i so essential to t thf prosperity of both, we shall L-MP.ER O.NT:

Urea,, lM rjilt),t il I lUis-n.>, Crac'sers*, Mjm, Vinegar 4 ai, :Wrum-i-Hi, l IEk4 FHcans Ar-, Extra .''iir; j 1 l'ijfl aud twilled (Jinghams, ant's Solicitor, t that the Defendants hereinafter find f our labf.rs! amply repaid. f til TUF

Super I'as'nneie: d'Ecosse, named do not reside within the Western( Circuit To enable IB to continue our pro-eTit connei-
mw Root, Guru, tl4.j U.iv'i-- it, M'ist.irJ: Rice.Forsak .
by H. i.l.I-( > \ i: CO. K\tra s'ir; Mn.-lin do Lime, ot the State of Florida, but within the United ion, however, and to do all that we would wish UNITED STATES REPORTED

J.tn1BoFrs! .\ViJ-rstr -- E'l lis'i! Sojteh and American do.Su' States of America; that is, that the Defendants l todj in the way of improving Tha Georgian," A D.iily Journal of Government, Legislative ,

er t Italian black and figured: Silks, Joseph} L. llepb'irn resides in the State of Texas; we must loo!; for an increased ujm rt from the General News. ant, {
Siioe-s a'c.I Dro l ttiece
'. ms. y ; h.i! Silk' C Cr.ivafs and fancv Ilkfs I thesaid t George O. Hepburn in the State of Missouri T'OR| the euro cl JJispei'sia or Indigestion, iil- public : such we now solicit and coiifi'li r.tly exne't. -

: Sh-jwatnl nn 'jciJVIea'.s -;; S j>er Fvi-jlis-'i! and 1'onceo Silk I IllvO, ; the said Annie E. Hepburn, and Caroline .L ious and nervous I Headache, Consi tiprtt ion, War. TF. BULLOCII. TICK is enabled

4' fl"{ >vs aid Youth's Ur-v ri ; En: lis'i' and America Cuitou I llkfs, B. Hepburn, and the said William 1 lowland, I Diarralitea} Gout; t, Rheumatism, Gravel, Flatulency HENRY IS. JACKSON.TF.RMS sus.riuer: ct hU now for fo announce the
fii completion arrangements the
l &,c. For sale wliflesale and rrfail, by establish
Men MavSra-J ad Verona head: llkfs, each in the Slate of New York ; the heirs r.tJohn t menif well-or..5mnnz-s1 and iuJ

*. pagqjeJ liM": ssweJ llo.sfs iitidts; Indies' Cotton: IIo=e and Gents I llf-ho.se, Peabody, deceased, and Daniel MrDougald Dec J-J J. C.: ALLEN: 1)rugi4. : h s f r ;ews at the Seat of ths General pemSent GovernGovern Jourul -

; Super Marseilles and: Worsted Vesting their trustee}; the said IJir.cs Holt and Seaborn THE DAILY GEORGIAN M puUishcd in -
Ru set IJrojans. For S4l *!nU. i:ien.'Ih.:
< Ct7lJojanJ: Fla\ Thread, Jones, John IL Howard and Edward Cary, trustees Tarranl's Compound ELnct of Sjvannali at TEN DOLLARS PER AivNim.pny- leading feature of tine United
ELLISON7 CO. States
Jan 23 t 11 Water c Piaiu and fi: MS\\island checked Muslins, ( of Calhoun & Bass ; Mordicai Myers, assignee C&ilebs and Copavi:: nbe! setni-annuilly, in advance; or, SIX DOLLAR -. porter will lie the fc.hlowinit- Re.

street.lus J ire-net and C Cainhric ul I n' of George W. Ross, a bankrupt, and Daniel Stands unrivalled fcritscfiicacj roR S'IY MONTHS. I. Karfy f'lt //iifnre uf tie movements

Ot Needles Pins: Tape, vVc. ice. i McDougald, each reside in the State of Geor- & ; it performs! a cure THE TRi-wEEKLY[ : GEORGIAN; ; fur the varh'it ttrprtrtmrnts of the ioerntment of h(

T HE Ialeivr veive4oi: tSifl. Which hive been iselected with great care in tia ; (the said John %V. Campbell, Hudson A. in a few d.iys-no confine- (Jounlfy, i ij publi .hed to meet the arrangement tr Domestic alTairs and to the m refereuce -

rnont, f hd foil iwing arti:lis : New Voik ansi ist4u1, from Importersand Agents Thornton, Nathaniel M. Tliornton and Duncan !iner.t or icstricliori in diet, of the mail*, three times a week! (Tuesday, 1 Relations of the country, will be given Foreign

2 C2 ks cJnicaOM! Port Win"! ; of Minyf. 'tnnTs, :it the lowest market rates, and McDougald, each reside in the Slate of Alabama ; /L1 1s. 't'4t is necessary. It will It-. Thursday and! S.itr.rdiy,) at the O.'Iicf c1> the scrupulous fidelity. Possessing with

1 '4 Old; Miiri re irnv o'lciedathnle 3ie or letail on favorable t the said Joseph Branch and Lawrence O'B. \\\found\\ invaluable, bi-ingprc- T):\ ELY (;IOIRAN: [ "awlcontains all the intelligence for obtaining information, he "peculiar IJepcrter"ficihtm! ;

1 Soberly" vJi- >.J :NCoiCti- i 'Vi't\ erms by \\TM. G. POUTER: Jc Co. Branch and William H. Brockcnbrough, each reside :;it icj; P pared with the( greatest l Commercial, Political and Miscellaneous be cnabLd frequently to communicate will

2 Pale JL Br, ()r.trJ Brandy: iec. .rj, 1 lsi Jr;. -11 Water street. in the Middle Circuit of Florida: // is therefore 4I possible care, upon well I including new Advertisemet.ts published intelligence of the most nnptTfant, esclusively -

i Dtrk ])mnii: lirj'.Jy ; ordered, that the said Defendants hereinbefore IF'.! tested principle founded i in the Daily Panr.; cbractcr. -

I 10 I baskets' Lon I hi: CluV CJivnWigtie.AIsi IJ.: EHaa '.; Co., t> I Valcr street.SHIP named and every of them, do appear and \ 'V4 flJ'i' upon that important law, THIS PAPER H sent to all parts of the State I I. The ferlittim Iff pnrli- of the
CHANDLERV. the said bill of otherwise! the first established (he celebrated and Union delivered tie city at FIVK Proceeding
a variety of S gns, all uf which will be answer complaint, by cr in anj Dtlatfn of the L'nitril\Stiles\ .S>n0/', which
sold low, for cish only, bvKDU'AUU MANILLandlle'iiii Cordage of all sizes, same shall be taken pro confisso against them ; 'Z7:7: Dr. Forfjjce, viz: I DOLLARS per cnnum ; or, at THREE DOLt tFie i* bound to furm-h '

McCfTLLY, (', Marline, Spunyirn and eicli of them in default : I'rovidedthis order _____ that a combination t of similar LA IIS fur six mor.ths. proj-riet daily tj hat
bo-ly, in accordance with the terms .f the
F ib 27 5') War--r street. Oakum. S 'enn Oil, Fall do, Whale do! Olive le published in any newspaper printed in this remedies would produce a more: certain, THE WEEKLY GEORGIAN' i< pil.lUie.d] made the close of the last contract -
(I J.ii, ]/ir.i.r>( d tl.! >, Iaw! do TJoi'ed' do, Spirits Tur- Circuit once a week for four months from the speedy, and cor.sidcrable fleet, I than eqiiva- every Friday afternoon, at THREE DOLLARS t at session oi

!' an 1 S\yayji Jlalst-n of Wild l
', jat received an.l for .< Je >ly 1 L'M-,1. !Ji-l do, Yellow Or lire, Chrome 0rpcn! GEORGE S. HAWKINS, disease i?' entm ly ] rc.vtr.ted l.y its timely application. August: M, 1C17" f'lily secure to thr Senate of the lnifI J

Nov2S J. C. ALLEX.Wtl Km.-rahl d.,, I Im, eritl do. Chrome Yellow! Ver- Judge fo the Western Circuit of Florida. I-Vrs.de liv States an authentic and cfmir.kt.record ot INIXbates
d.sris l hitluiaiio, S-.liur.;| Bright V.uni, Copal' NEW ORLEAXS TYPE FOUJVORYAXP ; and I to the- people-in j great lyenlarjert
1IE1Nt Shirting and Hunt--, by th? ill u, Tar, llosin, Pitt-li, Turp'-ntine, Coal, Paint RANDALL & HAGXEJI, ]; < 2 J. C. ALLEN, Drugist.4W dearer-tlu* benefit i>f the experience snjpcifyard

I bale and case, low fur c.tsh, !liy l rnil. \arui-h 'Is,3 J'.ir tl' Scrub lit). Clanup d' Complainant's Solicitor201m? ) of that
l2Hr t cy' }'tIIi is i I z: % aeO11 statesmanship : b'Jy to which the?
I 11.ick. ( h dk.7Iiitii 1 u'ia linel;. .Eng. ki .3
uiii ;
II. EL U SON & CO. :
In District Court of the United JVo. 17 Cniiiil *tmt lltnc.TFIE have ever looked with solicitous and resJectfuIrd. !
Jan 2-1 ilVa1.r l lI d. ('tflU'ti do, I fsiv I ;t tii dn, Li1it do,
_ streetWisiurN Vhutt', 1us and l. Iltinling. Nails. ('opier do, States, for lie IVorihovn District indersigneil bog leave to announce to r .

Ralsnin of Wild Cery. do Tacks, Sliiji Spike.*, Boat do, Brads, Screws, of Florida. !, and Prink, that they h.tve PJtahlisheda III. 77.." Prowling* a nil Irl.atn anfflI' tht

[)OZEN, just received a '1f..rs fi> !iv .1 arl Screws, Anchors.' Hanil-pikes I Ca|>. tainUar.s IN ADMIRALTY. .. j f complete an'! i-xft-n-nv TYTE FOCNI I J rf llrpmcntalisei w ill also b+ CIVKII with

1.9. April M 1 II.! F. AHEU.. O.u.-, Blocks Shiv. ?, Jib I Hanks, J Hand Daniel N. McLean, and ] ,' .j 5. (! '' Ii I IJ IJRY in il.H city. The J'sok loiter of tb!: I i full"-?, itu|,drtiality, and the 'itm" ? promptfuJ :-

Panics I D.vk Buckets; Cedar do, I Deck Broom's, others, owners of the I Istejin i j-.junil/y; was cot to t-rdcr by wcrkriiriv of 1 .r.g t ?. Etch .ijys! record will h1 r<,rapletfirmde
Corn do Crdkiir. Malli.Sami.gdo Axes AxiS
; e.rmtr.cc, and, as no -pared to and ii (lie It. 'rter" neVmorning.
was
boat Augusta | expense tp appirar ;
I Hclvt-s.llooks I a'i.1 Thimbles, F;<>\ I Hooks, Bale do, ,
FRESH Fall Crop, fr tk liv <'.in ti... ('->st4 n d<>, ]JMt do, Fisli, do, Caulking vs. }. Libel for Collision.' < btjin 1 the haiit.rie! f,.crcs and l-j ptrlect it in .

17 fl. F. ABELL.UIX1XE l Irons, Mhkimr, Irons, .Marline: S; iks Siiip ScraPTS. The Steam Boat Eufaula, ; -.. e very respect, we \\ itt! venture !<'. K uv it viiil !>e IV. ./ SynvpHral 1i.-i- of Vf ftnettdnyttnif

f uis 1 HipperCm.KV Ladle*, TormentorsDiyiiJ.rs -', her tackle, apparel and j f toiiti'l as handsome, iin't t the liaiuH-tsfst' in the ( I->b'it-: 'f nil tt? Klc' Lrif'.htttirrs. vt "

Q Canolnr auJceiveJ 1ieriu !ti't re- (',,n'i1sscs.; Saileedl -s Sail TwinSeini. -', furniture. J if ("luted .Slae.V.'e I.nve A bs' n very hands'>me be r ":*il.trly given. !e.r.bisi Correi4 anit,

and for sale by .- uSiwui, ? dn. PalmKissing I Leather, is hereby given to all whom if a**;rtc.t of Flower and Jt Letter of the latest all rh.ssof readers will thulv i Le: r t'ltiv n!

Airil17 II. A3KLL.H. : Pumji d.t. Slnvels I Ha-mmers I 'chet.s Chisels NOTICE i that by virtue of an attachment may Myli\<\vitirh wr- would call the utter.hr ayst.'raatMMlly ip.fnrtar-I st. D-Tnestic Legislation
Augiir.s Pla'U's I H.iiiflvs, ''iiMhlets! I Handsiw CA rAEA v TV f t-f I jV.ul.T- !Lvloro fcwiiere.! i ail serf > .f the Unittd Sfutrs.V. .
warrant rf arrest! issued iu the ab-ive I il a i pnrchas-iu:* All in i 'r. ;
,
SirsiriHt < oar.J Lock- caiis-c,
Syz'p. l l't\"f\ 1 Hal Tail do, lr m Squares. 'ui> ,
have sei/eda'id! taken I the above mentioned Stai Tii.-.-::.1 i: t. v !ici! ut- --.i :si n!.! r. tLt : tts .ttIt1.S! man'.fjcfured hn.< shall be of a ir.k-- Riirlti l.ilti)tititmflrfnient
rscuivcJ, arid fur -alo by Moi-k do, I Hooks anal Si.j|)! -.-, I I iiizs. Padlock"Voriii :> .
I JUST IJ F. \ ILT4. \ Saws, P&nltnt t Ha I iyarls! I I Hund Line, I Boat E'lf nila! her I tackle, nppm-l and! I furniture, f lofl ', '. i .Ite bih I.. s j i i.il l cii'ul, it not npetii-r, to any ijr.iriufiei'jrcdil in tfi" Ifrivlnlures of Great Britain ansi

Deep; Sea io, Log do, Fir=li do. 1 llin I; eitnuiicac: 'l f by rvm t.armn

MOp'K.vrs LIFE; PILI: : A>:O; PJHKXIX :4a* 'h, Slict-t (jci. 15ir do.! Fiiinc: |*, L-tnthorn: for a collision, in a cause civil and Irsarit line.- t -d'i-d !l.v nil wl-n I.ave (tri. rl if, to In- l'Br \"t rl; i rices, we fru.-t t-t > r.m-t t with eneQurage- from t Europe, through reporter* in t.susts'sn tif

j, just r.-ccive.l and for sIe: by ('b tl'.t Lii'*s, Pitch P.it, to ]Souks <*.srgo dog That the sun) process is returnable before t llu-I 's'f'I'ERUJR r to :.i iiither mcfliciiie < vr-r srnpli.v d t:)tfl t. i i'artJ, who[ pos-c-ss peculiar! faci lit u-.s t--r obiiiK -

Nov 21 J. C. ALI.EX.lA iiii S TinV.irf, Crockery, Cdrpenter'a J J4iISlfl District Court -f the United States for the Ni.rthcrn I HI (ii-i'L'3i f' r wl.ich I il I i is; recoiMicnded.: J Jt t n"t t W.-' rtre now prf-p..i-'o t t' j. :stutciure UFiASS ififurrnatum.VI. V

I311 I's:". i.-e District of f Floridj, nt the Clerk's office tfsaiJ only mpt- The Genral .Miri of the Day nil! r?

/ PCS Kentu-kv Magging; 4"latucola.:! Jan. :3. 1S17.REEX Court, i in tie! city f.f A palacli lenin, on the "Jin 1 : WHOLE) SYSTEM, but it dissolves aid: LISJ.'c would also j irti *utrly| Cal! t-ie attention irivm in a co k'n-'cd form, with itn-m! anJat

1UU 101) roils Rope; ; (-1 & COXXERY, Xe,. 3i, Water M.eefJT t thirl Munday ((17th I day) of May, instant, i.f IU carries uthi I..- -"i-r.ihundtit! ; .sliir-p or mucus SO t of Prir.ters four LK.\ DS, StU'.irc s'i entire

1 bales Ringing Tt-in.1r vile by \ have jii.-t receiv 1 :-u 1 f.K'r for sale A. M., at which time and place the said CJHSOis PUEVALEM' IN THE! STOMACH AND t new set of Ionld4: !>y v. airh w? are e'' et! Iet! Such is a lirii-f view r-f what f ii?? ITnirs

\VM. G PORTER &. <*0. 12.1 sack-5 Grc-i; Rio C.ifUxv, (new crop ;) i to be heard.Djted liOWELS) OF CHILDREN I I I i-, .re csjicciallj t to furni-'i a perlcct urtirlc. \Ve are al-o A: er.N States Reporter*" i4deiLn14-d: to lie. AU the;.bn'

Dec 5 JI W.f,>r str.vt. Iijj< barrels Nor!'ierni an I Western Flour ; Apalachicola, this I IHth! rms tie bed !I >r I the s.h: ct the: N'dpi'rVa-!hinyl:>n, amd! and arrdn eriienTs hte Lefij ur!| n.sturrth. u

Ti< Old Rectified( U'lsiskey ; in I the year: IS 17. ROBERT MYERS: Dr :..et t in uhirh \\'';rn)5') pioducn their jonnir, Smith Prj-'e.', which: t.i'-t!her with Cfcases. the h.>pe L: confidently cris'i.-d, tfiufthc-f

Iron* rVails cVc.TvXS 1UJ boxes while, |;al.i nl brown Soap ; U. S. Marshal and byrern ving il, if i is iriossibie,| f< r worms to Case, C.nr.ir-.i{,' StiekI I I'ui-niJuns Isit]:, and S. llept-rter"1 will prove itself an enerTI. o

9 (- SweJe lroi, assorte-1 izes; fi libds N. O. S'igr ; Muscovadiylo;; by I II. R. TA\LOK, I). M. remain I in I lie body. I It I is harmless in i itsrfkcton every t'tlicr arfiol;; rer4nir.-.l i-i th? f'riirir.g >I WT- s i'ifria'tiLnited and j-erfecrly inil'j'encfeaj.arnil.

_uI.,') 10'J k-pgs Niiis li. 2 caskiJici.i;: Sides and Shoulders; May 2 ic 17. Bi.-tf I the :ystern, and the I.calth I cf I the I pafiujf' i- ness, will be kej4 on tnrd, and ftimt'hi-d at j Ft will have ry partv \if\s-ni j.ufi jims.

1 cai'is Weeding Hoes I a j.-ted qualities.; 5 Hnr2'Hnrrcls ; ; :s1'.nysiiiprovi-d I by its use, oven V3. Len no 'worti- maid ictturt-r's u-iec.i. TJJR; proprietor, l by the termcf hi-rw

2J JJlacksrailh) leei Fa-v.! Auvils; Cl iritied Sugar Franklin Circuit Court, are (li'svcrcd. 1thitus: airlipft'r? wishing t,> enfabhsfi a .tract \\if!h the Senate t'f the fin'ed I t.tt.i, t a
;
<) 4< E' gisli! and Ameticaa Vises; 1O bjxes Loaf do ; STATE (OF) FLORIDA. TIe Canadian Vi-rrnifugf is only 25 cents a Newspaper 'r> J.ib Printing Officeill he furnished bound to the condition that "the paper: ; shilr contain

Oil I fy> Sperm Candles; Charles Barnarnd, Abel bf.ftleai.d is much more easily adiafuisttrttl, than with an cstini.Uf iu'd.tail f..r the -iunje, no p jlitical dLf ti- ions except th- debates! :

12 J3zen Sia, le# and; Siiovc-U; 2-J barrels ?>" 1C Rum ; AdamsGeorare W. of Fir r.Pr.paral. by -itotin;? the! size of the papc r, or the particular I It will be a vehicle of 'j.w--nu''t' the ,.r.iti "

10 '* Colhns' Avs; lj: *' White'* B.tltinirtreGin ; Barnard and Charles only by JOHN WINER & Co., SMaiiJin style an:! quantity of v ork to IK*executed.fj" any set of (ipinions. The gnind aim "I fhe-ub-

10 b\s Cotton an 1 Wo.l 'n: Cards; 10 D'im''stic Braiidv Larkin, Merchants, Attachment.of : Lane, Ne-.v Yoik.H. ( : The proprietors of Ri-\vsT>upfr-s who will ::4cni. r is to establish, at the Seat ot liovtrntnenf.

1 case Rjwlani'is Cast Ste- l Mill Saw ; I'J N O M'ile- ; n under I lie lirm.'i VSntn vorn to I 5 I.i jIj F. ALELL, A4e1IL pui'Iidi this advertisement six nu-nt-J! am! send I a faithful and prompt reporter of .ill s..rM.if -
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10 JO: 1b Cdst and Gcrci.iuSte.-l, f. rsde liy 'i'J b.esF.ili-li f). iry Cheese ; &of Co.Barnard" Adams Damages -'Ju'j.' Jan 9 for jiaiachiie ia. a paper to our office weekly! will ho t-.jid f.>r teadvorti'emenf t ell-. rtrci;-n rejH>tnilrlf a ittf, i'i t t.vhc.t th#

WM. u. POUTER tc cb. r.it; pieces Kentucky Bjrging; i 1w pnrchasintr six times theamctnt t politician, the business man, I the in mutarturer.tfie .

Dee -1Vil; -r -?r. -t.MOFFAT.sTlFE TJO c.tTls Rope ; vs.John S 'ae Cntf C: :(iUakI ezfl4y. otadvertisiiv bill in Type. mechanic, ard every: one ititeiv-n-v) Iii tIC

; ; Dill.THE ; P SC V'I GREEN & CO., :ti'i.iir ''t Ciiise.-s ai'4 I I.e I .., s-u-nib-- nJ '5

PILLSXI) PJKEXIX: *I'J bales AiuM'it Matbxsaud -; I I Defendant and all others iutm-sled, will ii.' III iltEhfi itJNI) KLECAMPAXE. Rl.iyga:?, l N tf. 10- ;m 17 taunatIt.I1tw. ..t nil tfs: with implicit: *.->ni.tice.
received mid for sale by '.j !liif-bxs (new croM) Mai. Raisins; notice of I lie I institution if lie t.rri: vailed!! t'.r mine of .trt J
: ( above cure CoiisFiVCulds, Asthma, It i-t t>"!:eved that the -s4bnfrltitble -< :: >t
Nov 2' II. F. ABELL: fij I.crnonss; suit by attachment, returnable to I the fecmnI..i! r ."-Viitin of flood, V/hoojiins Cough, Diflu..ui- 1ris i1eleeiues. I1 : Journal of IhItuteI, on (tnii* wiut'place

StI'It4)T:; Wai or.UARTS 7"i;:.;, Manufactured Tobacco ; Tt-irn,, 1S17 I of I Franklin Circuit Court, and will ty I cf liiciuhin I; Pleurisy 1 Consuniprien, -I E s t-ci 115.-c h.n ju-t received per recent if within the reach i-f the ureat mas* 'i'f

and Pints Iresh. for .sile 2- casas-ted Picklr-s; appear and plead 1 thereto, according I to I law.CARRAWAY ; ai'iJ all I Pleases of lly Luns.P.ronchitis -. arivni. iron JSew' York, a full and cmn- the peopat| the commencement vf what promises
a i b.invls Mackerel Xos 2 and 3 di-eass that is
a thou
Q April 1 7 H. F. ABKLL. 2''i> half bbls do do ; SMITH, sandto sweeping plete stock, consist,<; in j'ait, Sulph: of Quinine to be a most interesting and trer.ffal pen"
; Plaintiff's Attorney. a premature grave under the name cI I IVJ. de Potasii, Ujestic ljcfa o, S liem.', in the hi-tnry of Congressional proceeifmsj, will

Blank Hooks :iiii .S2Uioacry.KOGERS Q) b'x 'Sassorted Syrups ; Apalachicola, April 1lI Jsn. aprilf-1 jlfm Consumption, can be cured by using this mcdi.cihe. .. .Iiurrate anti Sulph. of JMnrphtne, Loner Caiutic. be regarded with favor by all classes nf fheconfr.nU -
chest- and
boxes .
2M
L Jounuls, l.iy Iuik c, .tc. i Gunpowder and liy CLloride of (jyiit ai.d! St.diurn!i Caloincl, J.tL! ;>, ; an I, having thus stated his .bjects,the
3') ream !Foolscap: and'Letter! Paper; s >n Tei; < ; Franklin Circuit Conrl. For several years p? t, this medicine has been I mcae. l'Jine: Rhnb-trb. I'ulvr. and Ilm/t. S ';ii- sutist-fiber n >ectfuly! ?..'i.'if.s a liberal and ear -

Cotton Mernor.in 2 fnlf pipes! Old ('ognac Brandy ly klK/wu, and is considered (lie best medicine .
Ship! and River UilN! Lading; ; vs. ). IN C11.tNcrfly. Seidlitz I'owderS4ta i'vlers, Suljluer, tlei States.
Uooolcs for Lfttt-r Press. 10 biskefs ''Heidsieck"1 Champagne ; James C. Watson, (t al. ) in use; fur all pulmonary diseases. Tiic great[ antE role, Copcta., SaItptter, : Inin, Ak.s JAMES; A. H rSTON,

Blank Rills of Exchange and Checks, TiO kegs Nail, aborted sizes ; D. K. Dodge, ) success whicli has attended its use in that countiy ('at'iiv1 a'.s! ('nrb. ut Iunera, Ctunn Stoiioyrap'nr to the Senate of the U. S.

Just icceived and for sale hv 2.1:; bbls Pih.t an-1 Xavy Bread ; vs. > Bill for Partition. and (the many truly wonderful cures which I llax Seed, liordx. Also a Iar4.- nsf assorted ,::;- The United States Reporter will *'
March 1 3 tierces new Rice; I'). have been effected by if, has induced the proj>rietnrs (Ila 1L 1'- "AHELL.I' McDougald, ct. al. ) a general a-iinem.t cl printed <.>n a large anti hans1-ornedieet, and
20() kegs and to introduce it into the United
q-iartcrs new IJnckwheal ;1 Stales, confident all articles in the
l W. lino. Fur sale
ROSS having filed Dung by morning at the rated
GEORGE a petition on every except Sundays,
2'J' busheN Norther Oats of its being; the most safe and valuable
or JS5.J remedy June I'.' Al'iELL.
S l F.
1 JO
April
praying fo have IJ (
BIIL. F'LOtJR lihI. Apalacliicola, ]Dec. 0, I'.I( acer ever discovered, and adapted to all diseasof .fo per annum.
1 00 ; l.Vbi.ey; fain amount of money now in Court, 'a T1111i'i fervosieil
belonging t to ; Sehtzei
l bbl.! Molasses -J.j hhds Sugar. the lungs, when any of t the I functions do Inch
; defendant! !), appropriated to I the rut!
there
payment ct f lii* : In connection with the daily paper,
Tobacco.Q their natural 1tl're1fl.
Just landed from s-chooncT Ann and for sale pcrfoi in cr hasty action, exerting
fees the Counsellor
as
and Solicitor
HALF boxes Manufactured of said de most fill and ; RF.XMVv'ED, and I be issued from the same establishment,
low, for cath, bvMarcli y W L Roane' fendants and the matter grate soothing influence over t the HEALTH an imi-oratcd
; been
f Bran]. having referred tome functions of the whole condition nf
27 NOlTRSn. TONE & CO. aj Special Master in to sv&tem, diminishing excitement boJy produced The Mirror of Congress.
11 balfbaxesMinufaclurcd ''W Price" Brand. the Chancery act and re when excessive, allaying irritation, bytheu-sc of TARRANTS F.FFF.RVEiCE.NT.S [ This will contain exclnsivelr te
Cjps by the <*ae low for cash by port upon same, after having given SO days : ELTX ER A I'F.Rl 1 1XT. publication
] and
HATS J do. '' notice by publication in the soreness pain, and speedily I imparting( renew Reports r>f the Proceedings and Debates of twCoiiirc5S
It is there!
U. KLLlSONjfc CO. 2R W Barlow" fore oulcred (hat said George papers.W. Ross the ed vigor and elasticity to the whole frame. This |'rep.iratiin is universally allowed' to be of the United States. It will be WK
13 2'J! 1k). boxpl II 4 defen- Prepared and sold whi-lcsale the mo-.t pitpuhir remedy of the d\v for H-
For Salr, \VMnrgan" slants Watson, McDougald, et. al.5 and all others and retail, 1 l.\ present semi-weekly, in an elegant quarto form, throu
1 A HHDS.! choice N O Sugar -2 lb interested, to appear before me in (he of JOHN WINER & Co., N'; Maiden Lane, New the prevention and cun- of I Indigestion, liilinu* taut tt.e ses.iofls of Congress,and will be furni'M4tu
; city
4150 hits Flour by .1 boxes Minufdclured J W M organ" Brain I 'Apalachicola on the seventh ((7tb) of April next York, sole proprietor for the United States.II. aiid Liver Complaints, N rvous \Veaknc-s,I[cad- subscribers at the rate of two dollars fo*

Premium. then and there F. A15ELL: Agent ache, I Ilearthuru, habitual Cotivcncsi,&c. dollar for the short sessionIt -
Fcb 2 NOIJRSE, STONE & CO. lo present or defend their loni?session and fK
boxes respec .Jani 9 Traveller-; and residents in W11
for warm climates will I
>
Napo- tive claims Apalacliicola.A national work
&.c. _ is believed that this great J
OIL just reccivcdind forsile I Icon's" Brand Magnolia." find it a desirable article ; it prevents any accumulation bee the of tie.?
SALAD by CARRAWAY SMITH, I::,ls1211 of 141 veiuoat. deemed indispensable in library
of bile is
bMC.'s Manufactured table, and the n.cthndof
*
I 17 If. lABKLL Napo poi and
institution
Special Master in public politician, prp s3."jlr
Icon's" Brand Strawbery." Chancery. REMEDY most i erfect is said now fo b : preparation is unusually convenient. Children and that it
Apalachicola, March (i, mi7. -5t man, throughout the country
:zay Einti. 50 2Jib boxes Manufactured "Napo discovered in settled Consumption, Livi r have trenKM.Ioccasion "for ccntle and cooling mass"of stb
The the people
((23-i:: hearing oft ho above is regarded by thereat
AFRESH smp; ly of l ..\. French's superior loon's"' Rtitstltaznrlia.." until Friday, the IGth inst.matter postponed Complaint, or any of their incipient symptom?, purgatives; ilu-ywill take this aperient in pre best political text book for their own *"*
just received and for sale hv 0 boxes Manufactured; Morford Honey Dcv 5, nn lie Cliroino-'Fjut-rinual sjsU-m, by the USC o I ieroiu-cto anv other. S. K1 wholesale and retail bv very
Apalachicola, April 10, IS 17- 13-lt tion and that of their children.
June 12 H. F. A1JELL- 10 Crates Crockery ; 10,0'JO Florida Segars3J (CJ-: The hearing of the above matter is Doctor TAYLOR'S celebrated medicine, the Nov. J. C. ALLEN, Iruggist, &C.
do/ Neirrn Caps; CO dox Hoes, "assorted." postponed Genuine BALSAM OF LivEKwouT.wliich he prePares ANNOUNCEMENT
oods. until the 30lh( June next. IMPORTANT
Dry Inzrain Carpeting, Cotton Cards,Trace Chains at :i l7: BOWERY.: TJjis plan of treatment, IVOT5CJB.PERSONS .
Ticking Cotton Ona,12rg I, Apalachicoh, April 2J, 1SJ7. l.r-2m now ; having bu>ines with the subscri Throughout the session of Congress
DRILLINGS several
For sale low lo close consignments, by espoused by eminent physicians, H,
Jean Pla-ineU! man SCJ-: Tlic lier-ring of the above matter is ill be issued from the office of the5VfhtCl
LOCKHART & YOUNG, post and Inns lieen for a long time, the secret of tlie E !; their absence from the city, will w aI[
kets, Tweeds, Shirtiajs, Sheetings Checks Nov. 1 1J 1 M Water street. Polled until the 30th) of November next. unparalleled success which has attended Doctor }please; to apply to Ir. Charles A. Green. States Reporter," containing the report of'

Ginghams, Calicoes, DeUnes, Hosiery, &c. ic. Apalachicola, July 3, IS 17. Taylor's medicine in performing its wond' iful 1 12 J. DAY & CO. such Debates as may possess peculiarly esciflws

For Jan sale 23 by B. ELLISON k CO. Oil Cloths and Carpets. FI'an(1jv) Circuit Court. cures, which in many, very many cases, ha\e[ Hull's :ttid Sniul's interest.All communications t tu*

23 Water street. 1O 1'CS OilCloth, 1 and 2 yards wide; Barnard, Adams & Co.,1) been almost incredible, but the conclusive proofs ARSAPAR1LLA I just received, for siTe by subscriptions and addressed and
post-paid, .
EEDLITZ, Yeast and Soda Powders of the 3 pcs super Ingrain Carpeting; vs. I the Doctor can bring forward are irresistible, and S_ June I 12 H. F. urr.i.Cflee. : JAMES A. HOUSTON
S for 3 Cotton John Dill In Chanmf- xve advise all who may have coughs or simple l'-v"
best quality, site by and Elizabeth i f United States Reporter,Washington,
July 17 J. C. ALLEN. 2 Stair Ann Dill. J colds even, to use this perfect specific without July 3!, 15-17.
For sale by WM.: G. PORTER & CO. having been made to affidavit delay. Franklin says a small leak will sink a 100, BAGS RIO, for sale by All newspapers throughout the uuited States
by that
and MURIATE of -II Water street. IT appear big Therefore May 10 J- DAY & CO. WCk (ZO
ship.
QUININE: Dep cure
SULPHATE \ f he defendants John Dill and Elizabeth Ann your coughs before who publish tliia Prospectus once a -.j.
Dill reside your lungs are past cure. For sale by TARTAR and Tamarinds, this date till the meetms of Congress will &
just
out ot the State of Florida to wit re Said
July 17 J. C. ALLEN.HoarlioiiiKl Hoofs and Shoes.BOY'S in the State : J. C. ALLEN, Sole Agent for CREAM and for sale by titled to an exchange with the United.
and Men's Russet Georgia. Jt is ordered (that pub and will be the list otto t1
Brogans Reporter, on
; placed
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17
April .
lication 2Palaclnicia.CAUTIONThe 1! F. AP.ELL.I .
' Candy.PEASE'S sew'd and peg'd Kip Brogans ; be made for four months, in some news genuine Doctor _ whom the Extras will be dcspat. .
TAYLOR'S
Gents fine Calf paper printed in the city of Apalachicola, requi Congress Water.
Clarjfied Jisnce of Iloarhound Brogans ; BALSAM OK LIVERWORT has
just received and for sale hv Wm's peg'd and scw'd Shoes; Children's do. ring them to appear and answer said bill, else i it t splendid steel plate engraving, to on the bottle( a Nr pints' t and quarts,just received for sale by Lamp Oil j,
Ladies' will be taken pro confesno. prevent counterfeits .Iime 1- H. F. ABELL.Sanacoa. the best quality, for summer use. r
June 2 II. 1'. ARELL. Super Kid and Morocco Shoes ; signed by Guidon J. Leeds, oilier is OF
Sup- Ladies' THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. any puly 17] J. C. ALjfgULaiiip
coarse and fine Calf Boots. vile and dangerous imitations and the __
,
July 21, IS 17. public are .
28-1m
Carpenter's Extract of Kuchu.WARRANTED A
large and extensive assortment, just rcccivec cautioned not fo
purchase or deal in it it i is and
TIOIrCK SWAIM'S
gennine, for sale by and for sale by WM. G PORTER & CO. R USE and Lavander Water, for sale by protected by the IJ. S. Copy Right Laws. as 1I. and for sale bv Panacea jibt received strained Oil.WINTER .I article f0Mi

J. C. ALLEN De5 .\ \ Water street. July 17 .! C.ALLEN. March 21, 181' 12-Jy June 12 H. i.'. ALJELL [jan30] ,a splendid J"f





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