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VOLUME V.] APALACHICOLA, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 4, 1847. [NUMBER 42.


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5,B.JAMIN ELLiSON. WILIA A. WOOD.
B. Ellison & Co.,
COMMISSION', M.E-RC ANTS,
AND DrVE\.cp' rN-
DRY' GOODS, -GROC U :I ES, HARDWARE,
"TIN WARE, ,BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
*-%> CAPS, CROCKERY, SHIP,
CHANDLERY, &c.
*' ; r24 W ater street.'_
Jan 23 .Apalachicola, Fa.
E. J. Hardin,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
; "- Office, No. 6 Columbus Buildings,
Jan 16 Apdlachicola, Fa.
,, ,Roberts, Allen &Co.,
I -'DEALERS IN HARDWARE. AND SHIP
CHANDLERY, RON,- TEF- ? iL- .
.... SP[K '_4,-AN\Nl C..-;riNt__,
4""And _ljinuf.t.'luic of Tin, Iron, and Cop-
per Wares.
D ec 1-2 -A ]>.i 1.? ', ,:,.1I, FV a.
1W%. W. SInS. Wm. W. CIZEEvER.
Sims 4 Cheever,
COMMISSI, ON MERCHANTS,
SOffice No. 21 Water street.
e -Apalachicola, Fla.

W. T. Woot., E. B. BALLOU.
W0od & Balloui,
COMM MISSION MREI'C UANNTS,
Office No. 42 Water street.-Up stairs.
Jan 16 Apalachicola, Fa.
Thomas Prestonl,
. COMMISSIONN MERCHANT AND TOBACCO
INSPECTOR AND BROKER.
No. 29 Water st.--Office, second back room.
Dec 26 Apalachicola, Fat.
*J. II; J. Ti. 1u3i,
FACTORS & COMMiSSIN MERCHANTS,
-No. 48 Wator street,
Dec.12 APALACHICOLA, FA
Charles Rosers JohnMunn. Eugen6 W. Rogers.
C'has. r ogers & Co.,
COMMISSJiON MERCHANTS,
-Water street,


FIGHTING FOR A WIFE.


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


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C"aoke S" Home,
CoTl-.'_',"I >N' MERCHANTS,
N .-. 13, St. C", I.- Streei,
.. N'e w-"lQ : ...,t:s
A-iRItW S. COOI,-. AioTS HORN.
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-T' U-.kA~istin & Co0.,
CO MI;MISSI 0 N ME R CHANTS,
No. 45 Water Street,.I
Oct. 24. Apalachicola, Fa.


-D. Danforth,
-AUCTION AND COMV),['. S iiN MERCHANT,
AND GENERAL. AGENT,
,,, ,, E. t VLA, AtLA.
Cotton bought, on order.
s .. Refers to
S .,H of.D FY' 1, ~a '..

-Me'ssirs', WVYLM & MO;Kk;Z,, ^Apalachicola.
J. s. H I1T.H |.': >N ._ N


WE SYDNEY greenN M. D.
C, c* May be foan4 lt his'-residence, cornerof
tICfitre 'and High- gfeet, opposite the Mansion
; 0/ose. Nov S.
J. ,r. A. W. Chiapmn ann,
oi t Office over the DrugStore of B. S. Hawley,
entrancee on Chestnut street.) Residence at the
house lately occupied by Dr. Baltzell'.
January .1, 1846. 2-tf
W. M. Ga.-is,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELL,.f_ AT LAW,
Offers his services to the public in' either of the'
^' above .capacities.'
,- e-.will practice regularly in Franklin', Cal-
hbuh hnd JacksonCircuit Courts-and will, upon
a ipeci.l reairier, act as Counsel, in any Court
of the Middid or Western Circuit. He will also,
argue case's in the Court of .\%[q',efl; at Tallahas-
see, the sessi.ons of which, he will always be
present at, hnless prevented by accident.
Apalachicola,, September 8, 1846.
A. G. Semmes,
ATTORNEY- AT LAW.
O- Office., dVo. i2 Capt. Sbnmhon's Building,
cor'. of Centre & Commerce streets.
-n.5rv Apalachicola, Fla.
H, E E. Owens,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
s ;CLAXYTOx, Barbonr County, Alabama.
A,.pril 29, 1846. 2-tf

'--Blank Books and Stationery.
I 8b E'O'ERS, Journals, .Day Books, &c.
*.,j '35 reams Foolscap and Letter Paper;
(Cotton Memorandum Books;
;Ship. and River Bills Lading-
'Boooks for Letter Press.
Blank Bills, t Exchange and Checlis,
Just received and for sale by.
March I H. F, ABELL.


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B.'k. No.urse, H. B. Stone, H. W.'Brooks.
*. I -so, Stone & Co..
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 46 Water street, -
Dec 12 Apalaehicola, Fla.
-Locki.Ihart & YomUgg, "
COMMIS S1ON and FORWARDING
M.ER C H A NT S,
No. 53 Water street,'
nov2t Apalachicola, F1a


I' ellar is sto ked with rare old wines ; his s'irength and gIone along the carpeted chain-
I'money and'i:e wine shall be your share of, ber to the window, his dark gowrn contrasted
theta ,%.-I -will, content myself with the with the purple curtains. -
charms of his -yritty daughter. What say He is the last !
you, my lads? You take the gold and Of the noble Fifty-Six, who in the'Revo-
ransack the- cellar, and I'll bear away the lution, stood fo7'rthi, u-dismayed&,by the axe
haughty Mary.' or gibbet-their mission the freedom of an
Elated wj.tfbh the ptospgct of filling their age, the -salvation of a country-he alone
,pockets'with the 'root of all evil,' and re- remains.
p!enishing their exhausted canteens with One by one, the pillars have crumbled
good liquor,-the soldiers insisted upon mak- from the roof' of the temple-and pow the
ing the attack that very night, and after :last--a trembling column-glo'ws in the sun-
draining the last drop to the success of their light'as it is about to fall.
expedition, they laid down on the grass to But for the pillar that crOnmbles, there is
rest until midnight., ,. no hope that it shall ever tower aloft in its
Scarcely had they composed themselves pride again, while for this old man, aboul to
to sl-ep_ ~n Jtum V" ,r IP. -J", Who, seated sio~k-into the night d' the graveathere is a-
'.Jn hisskiff, ith liis head without the cave, glorious hope. His memory will live. His
had overhe'ard the whole conversation, soul will live, not only in the presence of Uts
floated silently down with the tide, keelingg God,'Vil on the tongues and in the hearts
close in ibe-shadow of the bank, and landed of millions. The band in which he courts.
a short distance below the soldiers., one can never be forgotten.
He was, when his progress was interrupt- "rhe last!


ed by the approach of the dragoons, on hiis
w'ay to visit the'hojse of Mr. Cornelius De-
marest, whose daughter Mary had promised
to become his bride as soon as the war
should be ended.
He delayed but a momAent to examine the
priiining of his rifle, and to form an estimate
of ihe number of the troop, and then, borne
" n -. .1 _r..I .-. .-..: n 1 1


young man from Oxford-a student at the
academy here-w.as drawn- into that very
Icards, sir, and before any assistance cauld
reach him he was run through, and manufac-
tured into No. 16, super extra, cotton warp
yarn.,
'I-s--swow! I believe your joking!'
stuttered Jonathan.
'Fat, sir,' continued stripper, I and his
disconsolate mother came down two days
ago,.and go.t five bunches of that same yarn,
as melancholy yellics.'
By the nmighly that CANT be true 'P
'Fact, sir, fact and each of his fellow
students purchased a skein apiece to be se.t
in locekets, and worn in, remetnberaoce of
departed worth!'
Is that a fact, now was he really ,carded,
spnn,.and set in lockets ?' A sense of per'-
sonal"d1.nger here shooting across or ter0o's
mind, ,he began to retreat precipitately
without waiting for an answer.
There was not much room to spear be,-
twxiL himself an'd tle gearing of the 'card
behind. Another step backwards comple-
ted the ceremony of introdu,-tion. Hi.5
unwhisperables being of large "calibre, the.
process of sn arling- them up into a. hard.
knot was no ways slow. Our hero gave
tongue' instnter, and by the twentieth gyra-
tion of the embodiment, the music was melodi-
ous. His ''pipsive, tones' were escieptific
and did honor to his k'ow'edge of dynamicS.
Gen Scott himself oeuld not ha;ve pr ptesiedl
more lorcily against an attack onlhis rear.'
O-h M-i-tr-d-e-r -Let goI-rI!
you h-u-r-t. Blast your picture-Let go'!-'
Aint ye ashamed 'Git out-'ain. pool.y
Darnation seiz ye! Let 'alone on me,-
can't ye.--do I ,,
The, gertin g by this time had'wound him.
np so that he was obliged to stand on tiptoe-,
His hands were revolving vigerouslyv behi-nu
him, but he dared not venture them n q',r
the "seat of war," lest they too should be
drawn into hostilities.
The card stripper threw off t'he'belt, :but
the momentum of the cylinder ,kepl.t it
revolving, and our hero supposi ng it in fulI
operation, burst out anew
"Oh, stop her! stop her! won't ye
Stop her, do-I aint well, and I ortebr 'be, at
home. Father wants the steers, and mother's
going to bake! Stop the tarnal mashee'n-
can't ye ?-do Aiot ye got no f'eelin,' for
-a feller in distress ? -Oh dear! '-.1 be
carded and spun, and made into lockets ?
Je-ku--sa-lem !! How I ,wish -1 was -to
Greene!" o "
The. card w'as stopped at lasit,lut, Joona.-
than's cloths were so tangled in the gearing
that it was no slight task to exl-ricate him.
LTike Othello, he vas not, easily moved,'
and it was only by cutting out the.whple of
the invested territory,' "that he was fi n'aIly
released ....
'What are you abont here?' "said the
overseer, entering.
1i ho g' Sir,, only Stripping -flats,'1 an-
swered the stripper.. .
Our hero, not carving to resume-ehis
pursuit of knowledge under difficunlies,.',.
pairofoverhauIls were ch.arii.ably loaned hilm,
and h e scattered suddenly nopards Mill Hdill.
giving a series of slhoit kii'ks with either
leg, on his way, as if' 10 .i^ie himself tha~f =
he had brought away Ins I'lil c,,mlmpimenet o'f
Imnbs 'from the "I t

THE DUEL BETWEEN RANDOPH 'AND'-
CLA Y.
The account of the duel which we -ex-
tract, has been given to lthe publiIc in a let,
ter of Gen. Jas. Hamilton, who accompanied
Mr..Randolph to the field on this oecasiqon,
jn .corjnctiou with CoI.. Tatnall, then in
Congress, fromn Georg'ia .
The night before (lie duel, Mr. PRaldolph.:- '-:*
sent for me. I found him calm, but in a
singularly kind and confiding .mood. He
told me he had something on his mind 'to
tell me.
He t-hen remarked-, Hamilton, I am-'de-
termined to receive without returning Clay's
fire ; nothing s_114 induce mie to harm a hair
of his head; I shall' not make his wife ar
widow, or his, children orphans. Their
tears wonlh be shed over his grave; but when
the sod of Virginia rests on. my t[.in.I,
there is not in ihe wide world ian individual
to pay this tribute upon minee.' His eyes
filled, and resting his head up'pon his band
'he rm ai~ined silent. ,,
.| replied my dear frienxd,' (for onrs was
a posthrumous fripndiship) b.queathed by
our mothers.,) *1Idee,, l, regret lhat yonh-ave,
mentioned this subject to me, fin" yon'called
upon me to go to the field, ;and- see you
shot down, or to acssu~me the. responsibility
in regard to your own life, .in-sus'taining ,
your determination to throw it aw~a.-..Bu~t:
o,,1 this subject a man's o~wn consciene eana,
his own bdrsomn are his best monitors. I[will -
not-advi~se; but under the enormous and .
Unprovoked personal insult you have offered
Mr. ClayS, I cannot dissuade. I feel bournd,
however, to communicate to Col. Tatnall
your decision. ;
He begged mne notto do; so, and said 'he was
very much afraid that Tatoall would "take
the.studs, and refused to go out with him.
I however, sought Col. TIatnall,.;and we 're-"
paired about midnight to Mr, 1Randloplph's ='/.
lodgings, whom we found re ading Milton's
great poem. For some moments lhe iouhl "
niot permit us to'say a,word in relation to
the apPrdachiung-duel, and at onee'commen- :'


ced ofe of those delightful criticisms "lIicli
he was wont so fnthusiastically, t6 indulge.
Afier'a pause, Col. Tatnwll.rernarked : Mr.
Randolph, I am told you are "dit'uirmned
nol to return Mr. Clav's fire: I most st y +
no yor, my dear sir, i'I ain only ,,nine t
seer you shot down, you must finid some
other friend.' ,' : .
Mr. Randolph remarked that such was
his determination. After 'some conversa-
tiod on the subject, I ,induced Col. Tatfiali
lo allow Mr. Randolph to take hlisown
course, as his withdrawal as one of,.Jis
friends might lead to very injurinus miscot- ;


THE INDIAN "SUMMER.
When Summer's verdant beauty flies,
And Autum glows with richer dyes,
A soft charm beyond them lies-
'It is ihe'Indian'Summer.
Ere Winter's snows and Winter's breeze
Bereave of beauty all the trees,
The balmy Spring renewal sees
In the sweet Indian Summer!
And thus, death love, if early years
Have drowned the germ of joy in tears,
A latter gleam of hope appears,
Just like the Indian Summer.
A.nd iere the snows, of age descend,
Oh, trust me, dear onere, changeless friend,
Our falling years may brightly end,
Just like the Indian Summer.
Indian'Summer'smile for me,
Every welcome thou must be,
For when with thee our season ends,
'Tis like flihsrnil, of early friends-
Indian Summer! Indian Summer!


*JEREEMrIA DAY. DANIEL J. DAY.
I J. Day & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 52 Water street,
Dec 5 Apalachicola, Fa.
ii7 Also: A-Egents for the ":t.-.a Iswrar, eCo."
IIe "" Protection tiasuraace Co." and the "'Hart-
ord Insurance Co." Hartford Conn.

Harper (& -omneg,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
also,
./!gents .16r the
SUN MUTUAL "INSURANCE COMPANY,
of the Ci~q of lew orir,
INo. 51 Water street,
Dec 12. Apalachicola, Fa.


As the venerable oM man stands before
us, the declining .day imparts a warm flush
to his face, and .sunounds his brow. with a
ihhlo, bf liglit. His lips move without a
sound ; be is recalling thescenes of Declara-
tion-he is murmuring the names of his
brothers in the good work.
All gone but him .
Upon the woods-d...t.ed'with the 'rainbow
of the closing year-upon the stream dark-
ened by masses of sh:idow-upon the homes
peeping out from among ihe leaves, falls
mellowing (&e last light of he. declining
day.
He will never see the sun rise again
He feels that the siiver'cord is slowly,
gently loosening : he knows that the golden
bowl is crumbling at the fountain's brink.
But death comes on him as a sleep, as a
pleasant dream, a kiss from beloved lips!
He feels that the land of his birth has
become a Mighty People, and thanks God
that he was permitted to behold its blossoms
of hope ripen into full life.
In the recess near the window, you behold
an altar of prayer : above it, glowing in the
fading light, the image of Jesus seems smi-
ling, even in agony, around that death-cham-
ber.
The old man turnes.aside from the win-
dow. Tottering on, he kneels beside the
alter, his long darke ro-be drooping over the
'floor: He reaches forth his white hands-
he raises his eye's o'the'fice of fhe'cruci-
'fied. 1
There, in the sanctity of an ol'd man's iast
prayer, we will leave bim. There, Where a-
mid the deepening shadow glows the image
of the Saviour-there, "where the light falls
over the mild face, the wavv, hair andtd :tain-
quil eyes of the aged patriarch.
The smile of the Saviour was upon the
Declaration on~that perilous day, the 4th
ot July, 1776: and now that its promise
has brightened into fruition, He seems to-
lie does smile on it again, even as H-]is
sculptured image meels the gaze of Charles
Carroll, of Carrollton,
TAE LAST O'F THE SIGNERS.
[From the Yankee Blade.]
A YANKEE IN A COTTON FACTORY.
DEARBLADE:-Did you ever see, read,
or hear tell of '.A Green "Un' in a cotton
m i'll ?
Pray don't answer rashly-don't loose
yourself among 'Yankees in Coal Screens.'
I Yankees in Hot Baths,' Yankees in Res-
torators,' and unadvisedly answer Yes!
Mine is a Yankee in a new phase. His
dilemma is a Yankee fix-'sui generis'-a
live Yankee in the card-room of a cotton
mill { .
The plain unvarnishe"J facts 'in ithe :case,'
,is politicians say, '6are these':--A raw, straw-
hatted, sandy whiskered, six-fooier,-one'of
the purely uninitiated,-came in yesterday,
from Greene, with a load of wood for the
factory company. Having piled his wood
to the satisfaction of the Squire',' lie bai.,ed
his team with a bundle of green grass
brought all the- way from 'home 'for that
purpose. Then, altetinvesting his available
capital in the purchase of root beer and
gingerbread at Harn.:, he started to see the
city-filling -his .countinzmi e rapidly with
the bread, and chewing vigorously as he
w ent. I I ;
He reached the iron foundry machine
sh:op, and was just opposite the warp-mill as7
the hands' were going in from dinner. The
girls were hurrying in as only factory girls
can hurry--and Jonathan, -unaccustomed to
such an.array of plaid shawls and hood bon-
nets, deposited his goad stick upon the stairs,
and stalke-d in to see what the trouble was-'
The clatter of the operatives soon absor-
bed his whole attention. Being, however,
of an enquiring turn of mind, seeing much
that Was .calculated to perplex one whose
observations in mechanics had been mostly
confined to threshing mchines and corn
sellers, he began to push vigorous inquiries
in all directions. In this way he made
himself acquainted successively with the
external and internal economy of the 'pick-
er,' 'beater,' 'lap-winder,' doubled,' and
'speeder.' By two o'clock he had extended
his researches as far as the breakers' and
,finishers.'
He reached the latter just as the card-
stripper was 'stripping thbe flats.' In this
operation the cylinder of l he cardIs is exposed
to view, and is. seen revolving with a very
pretty buzz. N'ot Satis'fidrdwilh conetempha-
ting the poetry of-motlion, at. a safe distance,
our iero must needs introduce himself
between the cards to get a nearer viewv.
This movement brought his 'nether habili-
ments" into dan gerdus proximity 'to the gear-
ing 0of the next card, and 'thereby hangs a
tale.''
'You--I say. She -goes podty-don't
She; Boss?' said Jonathan, inquiringly.
'She den't do anything else,' responded
stripper. ''But you must. be very careful'
how you move around among this hardware.
'Twas only last 6eekrS'ir, tha~t a promisiug


BY M. T. RODGERS. upon the wings oI anxious love, nurried
About a quarter of a mile below the city across the country and soon reached tile
of New Brunswick, in the bold precipitous house of his father-in-law elect, whihchiv"ais
southern bank of the Raritan, is a singularly about three miles from New Bruns'wick, a
interesting cave. The entrance, which is short distance from George's road. Here
just at high water mark, is small anw narrow be unfolded the whole plot; and Demarest,
and (he two perpendicular rocks which, on a true patriot, armed himself, his two sons
either side support the hill, appear lo have and three negroe men, and resolved to de-
been forced assunder by some convulsion of fedt his family alter to the last; and Van
nature Cleef swore to live or die with his betroth-
The cave itself has the appearance of ed.
having been excavated by human hands, al- They had scarcely time to take the ne-
though it is doubtless the result of the con- cessary precautions and make th'e proper
tinued suction of the water. The roof is preparations of debence, when the party ar-
fiormed of soft red rock, through which the rived and demanded instant admittance, and
water is constantly percolating; its dimen- a shelter for the night; which was flatly re-
-sions are, as near as.I can recollect, about fuse-d. The demand was repeated, accom-
twetve'feet Ibng -by five feet wide. panied by a threat of violence, i their re-
Years ago, before the deposit of sand quests were not instantly acceded to. Their
which forms the floor had accumulated.. the auswet was a shout of defiance from those
*river, at high tide, flowed in and filled the within, and a warning to retire or suffer the
cave'to'lhe depth ofsevetral feet, forming a consequences of an attack.
snug liding'place and safe'harbor; and, if The soldiers laughed at the warning, and
tradition speaks truly,'the tiny bark Of the one of'them, whlo -attempfed to Torce the
dusky Indian, and the -light canoe of' the dober, was shot"through the head by one of'
painted warrior has often sought its friendly the negroes. .....
shelter, This somewhat dampened the ardor ot
Not alone to the poor Indian, has it af- the soldiers, 'who expected to meet with no
'forded a secure retreat, for at the period at resistance; but as the plunder was too val-
which we write, although its existence was nable to be abandoned without an effort,
not known, it was occupied on several oq- they began their assaults in earnest, and
casions by the persecuted patriots. after losing two more of their number, suc-
The hill above, which slopes gradually to ceeded in forcing the door of the kitchen
t"ie brink of the precipice, was covered (as aind effecting an entrance ; but the family
it still is,) with a dense growth of cedar, had retired to an inner room, and having
while pine and dogwood--and in many pla- barricaded the door, all their efforts' to force
ces, the surface, entirely free from under- it were frutless,
brush, was carpeted with a deep green After deliberating a lew moments, two of
sward, the soldiers went out and returned with a
The fine View afforded by. the elevation,, fence rail; with which they soon battered
the shady dells and deep defiles, combined down the door, receiving, as it feil, the fire
with the wilderness of scenery with which of the party within, which did much execu-
Natu're has so highly endowed it, renders lion. '
this spot swell as many in its immediate A desperate hand to hand encounter en-
vicinity. beautifully and strikingly romantic, sued, in which one of the negroes was kill-
During tile greater part of the Revolu- ed outright, and all the heroic -defenders
lion. thissection ofthe State, beina near the wounded more or less severely, except one
sea-board, was in possession of' the British; of the brothers.
several, skirmishes took place near the edge The soldiers fought furiously, fired by
of the wood, a short distance from the river, the hope of booty, atd burning to revenge
and Col. Sitn'coe received a serious wound their comrades; their attack was most im-
within a few rodlsof the bai)k. peluous, and the besieged family, battling
'Twas the evening of a mild pleasant day for their lives, their property, and those who
"in"the month of June, 1777. The sun had are dearer than life or property, met their
already sunk behind the thick forest trees, foes with unflinching bravery. Van Cleef,
their -bright foliage still gilded by its linger- although bleedin- profusely from sabre
ing rays, and their huge tops standingZ owt wound across his forehead, wielded. his
in bold contract .agp:dtist the glowing sky. weapon With almost superhuman energy,
As the shades of twilight gathered o'er dealing deadly blows at every sweep, and
the bosom of ilhe waters, a light skiff, lito- contesting every inch of space w'ith (he
pelled by a single paddle, silently approach- mad-tened assailants. :
ed the southern shore, a short distance be- The tide was running in favor of the
,low tde cave. .As it touched the bank, a dragoons, when the officer, springing for-
stout, tall, handsomely formed youth, step- ward to slieze the girl, who had swooned
ped lightly to the shore and wais about to from fright, allowed himself to be thrown
secure his little craft to a projecting root, off his guard, and received a tremendous
when ithe approaching tramp of horses was blow from Van Cleef's rifle-butt, which
heard in the distance; quickly he sprnng crushed his skull and dished him to the
back into the fragile bark, and gliding it: floor, a lifeless and bloody corpse.
with all the dexterity and silent cau.tion of!. Dismayed 'by the death of their leader,
an Indian, directed his course towards the tihe dragoons fled, leaving nine oftheir nuin-
cave. In a few minutes he had reached the I er dead upon the spot.
entrance, and the skiff with its living freight All the Demerest family recovered from
was soon hidden from "View. At the sane .their wounds, and Van Cleef, as soon as
time a company of British dragons rode pea,,e.was declared, was rewarded with the
up-to the bank above, and disnoutitin2 the'y hand lie so nobly defended ; and, judging
picqueted their horses, threw their arms on from the numerical force of the Vin Cleef
(he grass, and corfimenced their evening family in New Jersey, it has fulfilled to the
meal. For some time the ssipnce was on! letter the scripture injunuction-1"increase
broken by an occasional arid unitnportaurt, and'multiply."
remark, until theirr hruln.ger wis appeasedd.
Tile canteens were put in requisition, and [From the Philadelphia Saturday Courier.]
gorowin7 warm in their potations', they be- THE LAST OF THE SIGNERS.


D. B. Wood & Co.,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
No. 7, Columbus Row,
Nov. 28,1t846. Apalachicola, Fla.


AIVA- WYLIIE, Wm. A. McKENZIE.
Wyie & 'tM3c Kenzie,
COMMISSION ME RCHANTS,
No. 42 Water street,
Sept. 1, 1846. Apalachicola, Fa.
S. &. J. Schiffer.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
{}f' Particular attention paid to putting up family,
steamboat and ship stores.
No. 49 Water street,';
_.Nav. 14 Apalachicola, Fla.


"dec 12


Apalachicola, Fa


j,C. A. GREEFN. C. H. CONTNERy.,
J 'cc'i'i '& Coiminery,
C'OM'MI SS I 0N MERCHANTS,
i ,'* No. 36, Water street.
S .AP.%i. \CHIC,)L \., FA.-.
Pelican M utual I, ,ur,-.ii;-a:, C). w*f' Xni, York.
OHAS.,A. GI;LEN. Agem'.
De N ,. *31 ) 'ter-lree .
".o~itn S. gla.itcluasioaf.
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
No. 56 Wat'er street.
Solicits patro'nage.. APALACHIC6LA, Fa.
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-- ENEItM\. rtl:,'^i',IL}. t:'OIL,VFli AtD*NG,%
, '" CO .I ,-xv -N MERLCHANT,
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P. Ir. % alsgen,
A LCTIU NE:I' AND CO ;1I :_- :,I N


H. F. Abell,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
DEALER'IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS,
OILS, GLASS, &e., &c.,
A.lso-A general assortment of Statinery.
Cor. of Chestnut and Water streets, ,
April 11 t Apalachicola', Fa.


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H. 0. Dardeng
No. 2 Columbus Building*,
Dec. 20, 1815. Apalachidola, Fa.
13enjjaimn Salter,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
N-A43 Water street-Up st airs,
Dec. 1, 1845. Apalachicola, Fla.


ALBERT DODGE. CHARLES PRATT.
Dodge &, Pratt,, _
SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water Street,
-Nov-2'2 Apalachicola, Fa.


Slicits& h"ur,'e of VPublic Patronage.
Oct' 21 APALACHICOLA, FA.


S5. &S Taylor,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHAN T,
No. 22 Water-sfreet,
sept-2 ty .Apalachicola.
H. R. WOOD.


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Wood &Co.
AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
No. 2 Columbus Building,
Oct. 31. Apalachicola


J. C, Alien,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS,
GLASS, BRUSHES, &c.', c.,
also",, '
d gneral alwsortment of
*BOOKS, BLNKS, STA Il,_,IN rF[;'Y, &c., &c.
cor. of Chesaut & Commerce streets,
Dec 4 Apalachicola, Fla.
.?. S; ..-HawIye .
FACTOR AND CONT41SSrON MERCHANT,
No. 2S Water street', ...
Dec 5 ApalachicnIa,.F ...


aDroFcritwiouai o ticr.


Avery .& 1 sacs, "
GROCERS & CO.\[MISSION M MERCHANTS,
No. 43 Water street. ,
"Dec.5. AAlachicola, Fa.


]it 4wa rd Ica~v
COMMISSION ME,,CANT AND) DEALER
.IN DRiY G00p)S,AND GI.OCEtRIES,
No. 50 Watei- treet.
Dee 5 Apalachicola, Fa.


Diry Go'ods.
D RILLINGS, Tickin-s, Cotton Osnaburgs,
Lins;ys, Kerseys' Jeans, ti'i .... t-, Blan-
kets, Twead;, ,,r,.,f .-;, *r.'. Checks,
Ginghamin, Calicoes, Delaoes, Hosiery, &c &e.
For ale by B. ELLISON & CO.
Jan 23 23 Wate;r street.


Tr'usises'
SINGLE and double', tor sale by
July 17 J." C. ALLEN.
DR. L. ]FEUCHTWANGE-g S.
H~at, House & Cockroach Pofison.
T1IS very efficacious remedy for.exterthina-
ting immediately, if a proper ap|licalion be
made, of-all of the albwve named annovances. Hisi
Flea and Mosquito Poison has attained a very ex-
tensive celebrity tor its in variable destructive pro-
perties to that order of iiisec~r,. VFor sale by
August 14 .,,J. C. ALLEN, Druggist.
Cargpenter's Extract of Buchum.
ARRANTED g,,riinLne, ir sale by
July 17 J. C.- ALLEN.
ALAD OIL, just. receive and for sale- by
Apr 17 A .- H. F. ABELL


BY GEORGE LIPPARD.
Come to the window, old man !
Come! and look your last upon this
beautiful earth! The day is dying-the
year is dying-you are dying; so light, and
leaf, and life, mingle in one common death,
as they shall mingle in one resurrection.
Clad in a dark tmornintg gown, that reveal-
ed the outline of his tall form, now bent
with age-once so beautiful in its erect
manhood-rises a man from his chair, which
is covered with pillows, and totters 'to t'he
window, spreading forth his thin white
ha a n(ds.
Did you ever see an old man's fa'ce, that.
combines all Ahe sweeteness of childhood,
wi h the vigor of matured intellect ? snow
white hair, falling in waving flakes around a
high and open brow, eyes that gleam with
mild, clear light, a mouth moulded in an.
exp'ressio(ofi.b'enignity almost divine?
It is -the 14th Nov., 1832 ; the hour is
SuII s-t and the man is Charles Carroll, of
Carr, lion, the last of the signers.
I Ninty-live years of age, a weak and trem-
bling old mEW, he has summoned all his


came quite boisterous in Mieir ,nrtn ; one
I boasted of his many exploits and hair-
i breadth escapes; another related legends of
a soldier's love; a third, with a bold mar-
tial song, wakened the slumbering echoes
and frightened the night-birds from their
perch. .-
IAt length, wearied by thier hilarious ef-
forts, and their canteens nearly emptied,
their conversation turned upon the business
'of the following day. Among other things
the officer of the party (a vulgar 'looking
lieutenant) informed his comrades that in
one of his forays, he had fallen in with a
country lass whose charms had made sad
havoc with his heart, but that all his com-
pliments iand ardent expressions of admira-
tion had been receiVed with contemtptuous
scorn-; and that when 'taking his leave he
had attempted to snatch aliiss from her rosy
lips, she had dealt him- such a hearty box
upon his ear, that his head fairly rang again.
He had resolved to hutnble the- proud beau-
ty, and to accomplish that,;. he proposed to.
his troop that they should assist him in.
bearing her frorr home-. "
Old Demarest,' said he; 'is rich, and his


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^ff\ BBLS FLOUR; 5( bbls. WAhiskey;
10U 50 !>l3. M,,tsse.; 20 hhlds Su'x~r.
Jnst iikded from schooner Ann, and for sale
low., for cash, by
March 27 NOURSE, STONE & CO.
ATS anhd Caps by the case '16w.for cash by
B. ELLISON & CO.
For Sale,
I0 HHDS. choice N 0 Sugar;
IU 50 bbls Flour, by
Feb'2 NOURSE, STONE & CO.
W ISTAR'S and Swayne's Balsam of Wild
Cherry, just received and for sale by
Nov 28 J. C. ALLEN.


t ,HEEIT[N- S, Shirtings .and Prints, by the
-' .' bale.afnd -case, low for cash, by ,
"B. ELLTSON.& CO.
Jan 23 24 Water street.
GOLD Pressed Castor Oil and Saratoga Water,
just received and for sale by
'April 10 H.F. ABELL.
Bailey -.j .Iic. Mixture "
rT' HIS is a valuable -compound fluid extract of
X Cinchona and Rubra, a vegetable febrifuge
tfor th6 cure of Fever and Ague. Sold by ,
j 4ufe 121 '1....... -. Fe ABELL.


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structions. At last Mr. Randolph smiling
.sSaid :
Well, Tatnall, I promise you one thing;
if I see the devil in Clay's eye, and that with
malice prepense hlie means to take my life, I
may change my mind-a remark I knew he
merely made to propitiate the anxiety of his
friend.
Mr. Clay and himself met at four o'clock
Ithe succeeding evening, on the bank of the
Potomac. But he saw no devil`in Clay's
eye,-' but a man fearless and expressing the
mingled sensibility and firmness which be-
longed to the occasion. .
I shall never forget this scene as long as I
live. It has been my misfortune to witness
several duels, but I never saw one, at least
in its sequel, so deeply affecting.
The sun was just sinking behind the hills
of Randolph's own Virginia. Here were
two of the most extraordinary men our
country in its prodigality had produced,
about to meet in mortal combat.
While Tatnall was loading Randolph's
pistol, I approached my friend, I believed
for the last time; I took his hand; there was
not in his touch the quickning of one pul-
sation. He turned to me and said, 'Clay
is calm but not vindictive. I hold my pur-
pose, Mr. Hamilton, in any event remem-
berthis.' On handing him nihe pistol, Col.
Tatnall sprung the hair trigger. Mr. Ran-
dolph said:
*Tatnall, although I am one of the best
shots in Virginia, with either pistol or gun,
yet I never fire with a hair trigger-besides
I have a thick buckskin glove on which will
destroy the delicacy of the touch and the
trigger may fly before I know where I am.'
But from his great solicitude for his friend,
Tatnall insisted upon hiring the trigger.-
On toking position, the fact turned out as
Mr. Randolph anticipated, his pistol went
off before the word, with the muzzle down.
-The moment the event took place Gen.
Gessup, Mr. Clay's friend, called out that
he wouldinistantly leave the field with his
friend if it occurred again. Mr. Clay at
once exclaimed that it was entirely an acci-
dent, and begged that the gentleman might
be allowed to go on. On the word being
given, Mr. Clay fired without effect, Mr.
Randolph discharged his pistol in the air.-
The moment that Mr. Clay saw that Mr.
Randolph threw away his fire with a gush
of sensibility, he instantly approached Mr.
Randolph, and said with an emotion I never
can forget, I trust in God, my dear sir, you
are untouched ; after what has occurred, I
would not harm you for-a thousand worlds.'
Deeply affected by this scene, I could not
refrain from grasping Mr. Clay by the hand,
and said, My good sir, we have been long
separated, but after the events of to day, I
flee tbqt lye mut .be friends forever.'

Latest from Mexico.
The steamer James L. Day, arrived at
New Orleans from Vera Cruz on the 22d
inst. bringing some later intelligence from
Poeb-la, but none from Gen. Scott. We
give the following summary of the principal
items by this arrival:-
On the 25th Sept. Santa Anna formally
summoned Col., Childs, Coenmandant at
Puebla, to retire from his fortifications or
he'would attack him with a force of 8000
men. Col. Clilds declined the invitation.
On the 28th the attack was accordingly
tnade and continued at intervals on the-29th
and 30th, the Americans returning the fire
with bomb and ball, doing considerable mis-
chief and killing Don Marino del Rio, while
standing on a back porch of his own house
'with his wife.
Oct. I- Santa Anna at the head of 2000
Cavalry and Infantry and three pieces of
Artillery left Puebla with a view to attack
the train which left Jalapa on" the 18th
and which reached Perote on the 10th.
But while on the march, all his command,
with the exception of 130 hussars of his
personal guard revolted 'and pronounced
against calling him traitor, &c. Santa An-
na subsequently received an order from the
government at Queretaro to proceed thither
with all the force he could muster, but he
would not go, but started for Oaxaco, which
is said to be on the route to Guatamala,
-whither it is supposed he is hastening.,
Senor Pena la Pena is discharging the
JDuties of President at Queretaro, without
,any associates.
At Vera Cruz, on the 18th considerable
excitement prevailed, in consequence of a
.rumor brought in by express that a company
o'f Texes Rangers had been surrounded
and cut off by the Guerrilleros.
Sixty-five men, belonging to the Mas-
sachusetts Regiment had been turned over
to the Cobn-mander of Fortress of the San
Juan de Ulloa, in disgrace, for mutinous
.conduct.
Capt. Wells has been honorably acquit-
ted by the Court Martial appointed to inves-
.tigate his conduct in the late expedition to
1the National Bridge.
-Gen Lane was at Perote.on the 4th Oct.
-and had-doubtless -relieved Col. Childs in a
' day or two-a fterwards. '.
Gen. Patterson had a force of 4000 men
at a place called Vorgara and it was con-
iectured that he had in view an expedition


against some state not hhitherto involved.
An expedition consisting of 360 mounted
men in two different squads, went out ol
Vera Cruz on 13th after the guerrilleros,
under command of Capts. Turner and Arm-
strong and returned on the 14th, having
taken and destroyed a quantity of ammunition
iind killed a number of the Mexicans.

HAVANtA.-By the arrival here yesterday
of the schooner Brave, Captain Riddle
from Havana the 17th instant, we have files
9f papers to that date inclusive.
DESTRUCTION OF THx TOBACCO CROP.-
We find in the Diario de la Marino, a let-
ter from Pinar del, Rio, dated the 8th inst.,
in which it is stated that the tobacco crop in
that region had just suffered irreparable in-
jury from one of those accidents of the clim-.
ate temperature, which so often defeats the
best hopes of the husbandman. A copious
and incessant rain began to fall there on the
3d instant, which lasted until the 7th, dis-
troying all the young tobacco plants, and
committing fearful ravages on the planta-
tions. The grounds had become perfectly
saturated and marshy, the rain completely
S annihilating all that the industry of the cul-
tivator bad previously prepared. It wil
take something before they again become
arable, when all that had been done with st
much care will have to be done over again


at. the most precious season of the year.
The rivers in the vicinity overflowed, increas-
ing the devastation. It is estimated that
the loss which will be thus sustained by
"Nueva Filipina," will not be short of a
million of dollars.
Ttre markets remain unchanged since the
last mercantile advices, dated the 9th inst.
[N- 0. Comr. Times.

Foreign News*
ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMER CAMBRIA.
The Steamer Cambria, Capt. Judkins,
fourteen days from Liverpool, arrived at her
wharf at East Boston, eight o'clock Tues-
day morning.
The most important news that she brings
is the report of further failures.
Flour and Corn has an upward tendency.
The European Times says:
"At our Corn Exchange to-day there is
a good attendance of country buyers and
dealers, and a fair extent of business is pas-
sing in Wheat and Flour at improving
rates ;the former may be considered 3d. per.
bushel, and Flour fully Is. per bbl. higher
than last Tuesday. Prime Wester Canal is
selling at 28s.. per bbl; Philadelphia and
Baltimore at 26s, to 26s. 6d. per bbl; sour
21s. to 22s. Choice American white "yVheat
brings 8s. 4d. to 8s. 6d.; mixed, 7s. 8d. to 8s.;
and red, 7s. 3d. to 7s. 6d per 70 lbs. Indian
Corn and Corn Meal find a steady sale at
fully late rates; the best samples command
35s. to 36s., and feeding quality 31s. to 33s.
per 580 Ibs. The market is also fully as
dear for Oats, Barely, Beans, and Peas."
In the prices of Cotton there had been a
considerable decline. During the week
ending September'25, the prices of American
descriptions receded 1-2d. per lb. From
Sept. 25th to the first instant, a further de-
cline ofi-4d. took place, and from the 1st
to the 5th inst., a still further decline of
l-2d. per lb.
In the manufacturing districts the total
suspension of confidence has rendered it im-
possible to transact any extensive business,
and al*parties appear determined cautiously
to wait, and to keep down production to the
lowest point.
Many of the Cotton Mills in Manchester
have been obliged to suspend operation.
The commercial disasters recorded in
foreign papers brought by the Hibernia,
have gone on increasing. The mercantile
community has been convulsed to the very
centre, and the last week previous to the de-
parture ot the Cambria from Liverpool is
considered the most disastrous which has
ever been koown in the memory of the pres-
ent generation.
All descriptions of stocks and property
had depreciated. Consols were down as
low as 84. Railway shares were almost un-
sailable, the depreciation on this large des-
cription of property having been greater
than upon almost any other.
The European Times, in a postscript da-
ted one o'clock, 5th inst., says-" Matters
look more gloomy here this morning than
ever before. The whole commercial world
must be brought to a stand-still if a turn do
not take place soon. Acceptances are now
only provided for where the surities can
bring cash only-even Bankers' Bills are
used for that purpose.
The failure in London yesterday of "John
Thomas, Son & Lefevre," large Russian
merchants, is likely to cause great distress
in Manchester, as their acceptance are given
for yarn to a great amount."
The European Mail says:-"The last
week has exceeded any former one in the
present money panic, for the number and
severity of the commercial disasters which
have'occurred. In London, on Saturday,
the house of Messrs. CocKerell & Co. were
compelled to suspend payment; their liabili-
ties are estimated at o60,000, but there are
strong grounds for believing in the ultimate
solvency of the firm. On Tuesday. Messrs.
Perkins, Schlusser & Mullens, in the lndia
trade, failed with liabilities amounting to
about c250,000. This was followed on
Wednesday by the suspension of Messrs. Fry,
Griffiths & Co., extensive indigo and Coloni-
al brokers, the amount of liabilities not
asertained, but stated to be very heavy.
The firm of Messrs. Lyall, Brothers &
Co, stopped payment, there engagements are
said to ei o40,000, but the house hope to
liquidate all demands upon them. To these
may be added several of smaller amount,


viz. Messrs. Cockburn & Co., the army
f agents, Messrs. Samuel Phillips & Co., in
the East India trade; Messrs. Alexander
McDonald & Co., saltpeter merchants; and
i Messrs. John Shewell & Co., of the Stock
Exchange, who were defaulterson the share
account, but whose profits on the next
Consol account will fully cover their losses.
The provinces have begun to exhibit symp-
5 tioms of their sympathy with the metropolis.
In this town, the suspension of the firm of
Messrs. Watson Brothers and Co., on the
20th utlt., in the Mexican trade, was followed
i by the stoppage of Messrs. Brute, Watson
* and Co.Yof Manchester, and the house of
SMessrs. Bust, Watson and Burt, Leeds.
Mr. William Atherton, of Liverpool, an
extensive speculator in shares, sugar, and
Cotton, followed next. his liabilities are said
1 to reach X300,000 against which a hetvy
Y value in property is pledged. On the 27th
Sthe stoppage of Mr. John Alfred Armstrong,
- cotton dealer; Mr. James Guest, spinner
I and manufacturer, and Messrs. Stocks and
e Tait, bleachers, were announced on the
, Exchange, in Manchester; on the 28th,


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Polk and Santa Anna: yet if the- foregoing
language means any thing, it means thai
there was, and that the President has beer
deceived by the wily Mexican. It seems
difficult to learn the precise reasons whichli
induced Mr. Polk to permit Santa Anna to
return to Mexico. We hope, however,
that the next Congresswill be able to find
out the well-guarded secret.-[Rich. JJhig.
TITLEs,-The article ou "Titles in the
U. States," in yesterday's Gazette, has cal.
led to mind an anecdote which Mr. Jeffer-
son used to tell in relation, to the subject
which is authentic, and too good to be lost,
The anecdote has been repeated .to us by
one who has heard Mr. Jefferson mention it,
In the Convention for forming the Constitu-
tion of the U. States, it waa- proposed thai
titles should be given to thhlfigh officers oe
the governments; and thq:'propsition mel
with favor. The discussion of the subject
had gone on for some time, when Dr. Frank.
lin arose, and with great appearant gravity
remarked-" that as this matter seemed tc
be seriously entertained, and night be car
tried, he had to suggest one title whicl
would be new and appropriate-,it waa a title(
for the Vice President-and it was, Hi,
Most Superfluous Highness!' There wai
not much more said about titles after this.
[Alex. Gaz,


COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER.


APALACHICOLA, THURSDAY, NOV. 4, 1847.


the failures of Messrs. E. M. Cooper & Co.
commission agents and East India merch-
ants; and of Mr. F. H. Glover, a merchant
trading to Portugal and Gibralter, were ad-
ded to the list. On the 29th, the failure of
Mr. Edward Porter, yarn dealer, was an-
nounced; Messrs Birlie, Corrie &6 Co. tem-
porarly suspended payments, but will carry
on their business; and several minor houses
in Manchester have yielded to the pressure.
Six or seven failures have also occurred in
Glasgow, including the firm of Messrs.
Reid, Robertson & Co. and which last falls
heavily upon Manchester.
The only additional firms of any moment
which have given way in Liverpool, are
those of Messrs. WV. Steel & Co., Canadian
merchants, and Mr. Williams Maury,
American merchant: Lake, Calrow & Co.,
Calcutta merchants, and T. & M. Murray,
East and West India merchants. Rumour,
however, is busy with the names of six or
seven other houses in this town, and con-
fidence is seriously shaken.
The confusion into which these disastrous
events have thrown ihe manufacturing dis-
tricts says the European Times,- may be
easly conceived. At present we feel only
the commercial results with distrust, whole-
sale insolvency, and ruin, coming home to
our doors. We trust thatsome means may
yet be devised to Avert those evils of a
higher and more political character, which a
general want of employment amongst the
working classes during the winter, must
otherwise inevitably produce.
Coffee and Sugar had experienced a de-
cline.
Hon. A. H. Everett, U. S. Commissioner
to China, died at Canton, Juue 29.
Father Mathew has announced his deter-
minotion to visit the United States in the
spring of 1848.
In Ireland the resistance to the poor rates
continues in various districts.
The affairs of Spain are still very unset-
tled. The latest newspaper rumors state
that under the advice of Lord Palmerston,
the marriage of the Queen with Don Fran-
cisco is to be annulled, and her majesty-is
to be married to Count de Montemolin.
From Italy the intelligence is meagre.
The Pope is firm in his demand that Ferrara
should be evacuated. The insurrection in
Sicily is supposed to be quelled, whilst that
in Calabria still rages; but no definite intelli-
gence is allowed to reach the rest of Europe
on the subject. It is reported in Paris that
a treaty has been entered into between the
Pope and the Emperor, in which Austria
renounces to mix in policy affairs the town
of Ferrara.
The military preparations for active hos-
tilities between the belligerent cantons of
Switzerland, were proceeding rapidly on the
22d ult. The Cantons of Zurich and Berne
are alone able to bring in the field 40,000,
perfectly drilled, armed and equipped.,
In Russia the Asiatic cholera is making
rapid progress westward, in consequence of
which the Emperor has deferred his visit to
Poland.
GOOD ADVIcE.-An exchange paper, the
editor of which has had some experience
in the world says:
"Never neglect to read the Advertising
department of a newspaper, if you would
know what it concerns every one to know,
where to lay out your money to the best ad-
vantage. Competition is at its hight, and
those who have anything worth buying, or
good bargains, always advertise. They
know it is the sure way to do a brisk and
profitable business; and by selling quickly,
they are enabled to sell cheaply. Keep the
run of the advertisements. Sometimes the
price of a whole year's subscription is
saved by looking closely over the advertise-
ments."
COLUMBUS COTTON MARKET.-We re-
gret to state that our Cotton Market, since
the news by the Cambria, of a further decline
in Europe, has a downward tendency. To-
day, the price ranges from 7 to 7-. This is
better however, than the prices at Macon
andand Montgomery, at the last advices
from those places.--[lMuscogee Democrat.
What does the Washington Union mean
by the following significant remark ? If,"
says that statesman as was supposed" (by
whom ?)--' if circumstances do not permit
him to withdraw, not only from the Sabine,
but from the Nueces to the Rio grande;
the Presideut may have MiSUN.OEitSTOOD the
man, or the circumstances ill which he
might be placed." WXe understood the
Union, the other day, as affirming that
there was No UNDERSTANDING between Mr.


FOR PRESIDENT,

ZACHARY TAYLOR.


CHRIST HEALING THE SICK.
We are advised by the gentleman having
charge of this great Painting of West's,
that he will visit our city in a short time,
and exhibit it. It will, of course, attract
universal attention-there are few in our
community but have heard of its merits as
a work of Art.
EUBANK'S HYDRAULICS.
The first number of this novel and inter-
esting publication reached us by the last
mail. It is worthy the notice of mechanics
and scientific men,-and will amuse and in-
terest the general reader. The work is to
be published in numbers. Grerly & McEI-
rath, of the Tribune, are the proprietors.
OPENING OF BUSINESS.
The arrivals of several vessels from New
York and elsewhere, has given a slight im-
petus to our hitherto stagnant bAsiness, and
if the River should rise we might expect to
see the city assume a life-like appearance
one more. The ducks are flying over daily,
and at every arrival, the mail boat, we are
enabled to welcome back to the "Sunny
South" some of the bipeds who imitate our
feathered friends aforesaid, in their habit of
winging their way north at the close of
spring. The fowls have one advantage over
the animals, however, they improve their
condition at the expense of the North.
ANOTHER FAILURE.
The Northern mail failed beyond Chat-
tahoochee. Passengers who came on with
the mail to Bainbridge, reached Chattahoo-
chee in time to take the boat. The mail
for this place passes through Quincy, and
thus the delay which results in the failure.
Whether the schedule compels the con-
tractors, on the Macon and Tallahasse route,
to reach Quincy at any given time or not
we do not know, but are informed that it
does not. If it did, and the time fixed was
such as to admit of connection with the
steamboat route, few failures would take
place. We commend this matter to the
department.


GEORGIA LEGISLATURE.
This body meets next Mondy. We are
informed by a friend who arrived here yes-
terday, that he saw crowds of Legislators
and office-seekers hurrying to Milledgeville
to be present at the opening of the session.
Great doings are expected. There will, in
all probability, be quite a "flare up" about
the election of a Senator in room of Mr.
Berrien. A large number of the Whigs
look on that gentleman as adeadweight to
the party, and wish to get rid of him. His
friends will make a strong effort to sustain
him. There is no doubt but that Governor
Crawford will be elected in place of Mr.
Colquitt to the other seat. Judge Dough-
erty, Wm. C. Dawson and Charles J. Jen-
kins are spoken of. We should rejoice if
the country could have the benefit of the
latter gentleman's talents in the Senate of
United States.

THOMPSON'S DIGEST.
We are indebted to our esteemed friend,
L, A. Thompson Esq., for a copy of the
Digest, which he has prepared and publish-
ed, under appointment by the Governor,
made in pursuance of an act of the Legis-
lature directing the performance of the
work in question. Every practitioner of law,
and every person who has had any interest
in knowing what was the Statute Law of
the State, has felt the urgent need of aapro-
per Degest, of the Acts of our Legislature,
and although we have not had leisure to
examine the work in *question, yet we
have such reliance on the fidelity of its
author, and such is our opinion of his pecu-
liar fitness for the important task assigned
him, that we do no& hesitate to vouch for
the Digest, as being in every respect what
such a work ought to be. We feel sure
that it is as perfect as it could be made by
any man acting within the limits of the
authority with which Mr. Thompson was
vested by the Legislature.
SCHOOL.
We are gratified to be able to announce
to the people of ,this county, that there is,
a school established in this city, which will
enable parents to obtain for their children
such tuition as will befit them for respectable
stations in society. Mr. Bryant, assisted
by his son and daughter, are the teachers-
they are new comers into the county, but
they are not unknown to many of our citi-
zens, and we have every assurance that they
are fully competent to the positions they
have assumed. We trust they will meet
with encouragement, and that all who have
children to educate will keep them at school
henceforth, and that such children, whose
parents are unable to educate, will be taught
at the expense of the public.
07"Judge Reese, of the Supreme Court
of Tennessee, has resigned.


made with water? Is it not as cheap to
transport any article of produce by water, as
it is by land? What do experience and ob-
servationi say? Citizens of Florida, put
these simple questions to your own minds
and then make your answer. "Had you
rather live near a good waggon road, or near
a good water channel" ? "Would you con-
sider your lands to be worth more when
located near a waggon road or when located
near a water channel ?" It strikes me, that
the answers mustbe obvious to every one.
Had you not then, rather pay your money
and labor for the construction of useful
canals, than to be taxed from year to year
for the purpose of keeping up unfrequented
roads? Look at the question and decide
for yourselves.
With these preliminary observations
which I have deemed to be necessary, I
come now to discuss the advantage of a
channel through the peninsula of ,Florida.
Bear with me, and I think I can show you
how this channel can be constructed in such-
a way, as greatly to enhance the value of the


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IMPROVEMENTS IN FLORIDA. li
CHANNEL THROUGH THE PENINSULA. ir
FELLOW CITIZENS:-The State of Flori- e
da is susceptible of many remunerative im- 0
provements. By this term, I mean such im- tI
provements as would pay the capitalist a a
handsome profit an the amount of capital a
invested. The first thing that presents fi
itself as being most important for the inter- tl
ests of the State, is a channel through the g
peninsula of Florida. In days gone by, fi
this subject has been spoken of with much l
interest. A survey of the Country has been a
made, and several routes have been pro- P
posed, but this great matter has heretofore -o
rested upon the shoulders of the United d
States. It is high time to begin to act for d
ourselves. A heavy debt is upon us. Re= P
pudiation is fastening itself upon our charac- t]
ter. Other improvements Are diminishing s
the value of our lands; and other territories t]
are opening to the industrious emigrant. c
It is true that the general character of n
the soil of Florida is sandy and poor; but it s
is abundantly supplied with timber of the "
finest quality. Lumber must become an c
article of extensive export; but to what w
Countries? To Europe, and the Northern h
States. But how is it possible to make the 0
exportation of lumber generally profitable, tV
so long as it is obliged to go around the si
dangerous southern passage, burdened with tl
high freights and high insurance? The q
same burdens rest upon every other pro- "
duct of the lands of the gulf coast of Flori- tl
da. Now, it is certain, that in proportion d
to the facilities offered for the exportation of X
produce will be the value of the land yield- P
ing such produce. This proposition needs d
no other demonstration thaa that of actual "
observation, The lands of Tennessee and h
Kentucky often yield a hundred bushel; of
corn to the acre, 'which can be bought at n
from fifteen to thirty cents per bushels; but f
the cost of exporting such corn beyond the 1i
home market is from twenty to thirty cents n
more, which makes the Southern sea port
market very from thirty five tp sixty cents t
per bushel for corn. The average price a
will be about forty cents per bushel. It n
must be evident from these facts, that the s
farmer of Florida can always get his corn to a
market, at from ten to twenty cents per
bushel cheaper than the farmer of Tennes- n
see or Kentucky; and consequently can al-
ways undersell them, making the cost of ex- n
portation beyond the home market, tis so n
much clear profit. The Florida farmer s
sells his corn at from forty to sixty cents
per bushel, and yet if his acre of ground f
produces only thirty bushels, it will yield g
him as meh- -tearHa-prt",- a0 th i hiuidrede-
bushels on the acre does to the Tennessee- n
an or Kentuckian. The Florida farmer has b
this further advantage-his lands are more
easily tilled, and his crop comes into mar- g
ket several months before that of the West- '
ern farmer. The Floridian may plant his t
corn; gather it in; sell it; and with the I
money take a change of air among his E
Northern or Western brethren, and return r
for the winter before any other corn is in t
market. All these things tend to set a high
value upon the. lands of Florida. This is
the' point which I am endeavouring to show. (
All other products of the soil of Florida are r
immediately in the market, with the advan- ]
stage of but little freight to pay. t
When a man has lands for sale, he usual-
ly points out to the purchaser, all the ad-
vantages of his lands. He shows the quali-
ty of his woodhmnds-he tells of his fine i
crops; and he takes him to look at the water
course, or the rail-road running near it.-
Will the Stale of Florida do likewise with her
lands? What wonders might a Geologist
or an Agricultural Chemist make known?
But what greater wonders might result from I
the labors of a topographical engineer!
I have shown that the value of lanrds was
always increased in proportion to the facili-
ties of getting produce to market. The
greater the number of these facilities, the
greater will be the relative value of lands in
their neighborhood. Florida is generally
a low, flat country, better adapted for dikes
and ditches than the sands of Flanders-but
the industry-the enterprise is wanting.-
Florida is also a low, swampy country,
much better adapted for water channels than
it is for roads. But who wants a rough land
road, when so many smooth ones may be


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hands of Florida, and at the same time re-
eve us from. future taxation. The best
naps of the interior rivers -of Florida are-
xceedingly imperfect; for the thick growth
f hammo6cks along their margins, and
rough the contiguous marshes precludes
il possibility of meandering them with chain
nd compass. The surveyor must there-
ore go up the rivers in a boat, and by taking
he courses from bend to bend he may with
reat labor ascertain the distances. Very
eiw meu would be willing to udertake this
labor without beingpaid for it; and as no
appropriation has-been made for this pur-
ose, I take it for granted that very few of
ur interior rivers have been correctly, laid
own on maps. This is the first thing to be
one in reference to the construction of the
proposed channel. There are three rivers,
lie head waters of which it woeld be well to
urvey carefully. These are the St. Johns,
he Suwanee, and the lower Withlacoo-
hee. After having ascended these two last
mentioned rivers to the highest point of
team boat navigation during a time of high
'ater, it would be well to meander the small
reeks and bayuo's, leading to the nearest
'aters 6f tHie St. Johns rivers. Let the
atitudes and longitudes of the head waters
f these small water courses be carefully
iken? Passing over by land to the first
treams leading to the St. John's river, let
he latitudes and longitudbs be again taken.
The distances from the 'head waters of the
westernn rivers, to the nearest head waters of
he St. John's will then be known. The
instance between the navigable waters of the
Vithlacoochee to Silver Springs the highest
oint of navigation on the St. John's in that
irectioa, is reported to be only seventeen
tiles. The greatest elevation above the
Ivel of the sea is only eighty seen feet.-
The geological character of the route is
iarsh, alternating with sandy marl. This >
frmation lies uponu a sub-stratum of soft
rimstone. Thus it appears, that the earth
nay be very easily removed throughout the
'hole course of this route. There is not
he slightest reason to dread the effects of
ny quick-sands preventing the accomplish-
ment of this work; for should the channel
trike any bed of quick-sand, there is ao
bundance of timber all along the route, of
which effectual and durable curbing may be
nade.
As to the manner of digging this chan-
nel, I should be in favor of the banksbeing
nade sufficiently sloping for the parties of
and to support their own centre of gravity.
This, in the end, would prove the cheapest;
or grass, shrubbery and trees would soon
grow over it, and under the genial influence
&fvivch-a Pcna-te-uWIJut fi.m ... _t<4T duTrt- &
natural protection. The slope that oouhld
be required for the banks of this channel,
would vary with the character of the geolo.
gical formation through which it passed.
When the canal was dug sufficiently deep
o contain water enough for small boats and
barges, the work would then progress with
great rapidity. Earth can be emptied much
nore speedily by means of water vessels,
han by carts and horses.


It has been ascertained that the Gulf of
Mexico is six feet higher than the Atlantic
Ocean. The immense number of surface
riverssuch as the Mississippi, Alabama, Rio
Del Norte and Apalachicola, which flow into
he Gulf, together with the hundreds of
boiling rivers flowing up from its bottom, i
and deep caverns, fill the Gulf of Mexico I
with such an accumulation of waters, that i
he channels on the north and south of the
island of Cuba do not give it sufficient vent
into the Atlantic Ocean. Consequently the
waters of the Gulf are always six feet, higher
than those of the Athintic. If then. this
Channel were cut deep enough to be on a
level with the Atlantic Ocean, there would
be a constant rush of waters from the Gulf
of Mexico through the channel to the depth
of six feet. This current with proper man-
agement would soon wash a channel wide
enough,'and deep enough for sbips to pass i
through. Besides this, a very little labor
would so turn the channels of many. si8al
streams,-as to make blem feeders of'*the _
nrineinal channel.


As to the cost of this channel, were we to
make the highest estimate of the average
depth of earth to be removed, it would 'not
surely exceed thirty feet.- Now, seventeen
miles of earth thirty feet deep, and sixty feet
wide, will give five millions seven. hundred
end eighty thousand cubic yards. This can
be'memoved at five cents the cubic yard,
which will be two hundred and eighty nine
thousand dollars.- Al! the other necessary
works would not amount to more than two
hundred thousand dollars. Thus, as nearly
as we can come, without actual data, thiij
very important work could be accomplished
for half a million of dollars. 'When'it was
once made fit for steam boat navigation, ad-"
ditional quantities of earth could be re-
moved from the banks, from time to time,
at a comparatively small expense. .
The profits that would result from this'
channel would be almost incalculable.' A.
vessel from the Gulf carrying a thousand
bales of cotton, has to pay from three to,
five hundred dollars insurance, mote than
a vessel clearing from the port of Charleston
or Savannah. Thisghannel would bring
down rates of insurance, and receive from two
to three hundred dollars for every thousand
bales of cottou passing through it. Let the


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Sheriff's Sale.
B Y virtue of an execution from Franklin Cir-
cuit Court, in favor of Thomas E. Linden-
berger vs. Robert J. Floyd, I have levied on the
equity of redemptionf in the following property:
one Lot in Apalachicola, designated on the map
of said city as Lot 3, in Block 16, together with
the Houses and improvements thereon. Also,
negro man Ben, and negro woman Chaney, and
I wi!l expose for public sale the said equity of
redemption in said property, at the Court House
in said city, on the fist Monday in December
next, between the usual hoqrs of sale.
JOHN. LUCAS, Sheriff:
Oct. q8, 1847. 41 By B. LUCAS, D. S.


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.


great work. If every inhabitant of the
State were to subscribe the small sum o
trei dollars each, the channel could be dug
and completed. There are enough planter
in the Southeru States to do the work by P
trifling sob-5cription.
We call tpn he Legislature o have th
r route s.tirveyed, and for honesty's sake, le
us9be 0'pening some resources, by which we
can pay our debt, and not be oppressed wilt
-e'Bad;ess taxation.
.. .. AN AVALAC tIAN.
*'* 'THE COTTON CROP IP-, ALAitAMA.-Th<
S- Aobile .Register of the 23d iust., says:
r r'Our accounts from the interior of this
S entof the incoming Cotton crop are still
favorable. The weather is all that could b(
-.,wished for maturing and picking-being al-
'most uniformly warm and ry.' There was
t slight frost in some of the upper counties
last week, but not suficient to do any injury
to the plant, and should the same kind of
weather continue fora few weeks longer, we
shall expect to receive in Mobile 425,00C
bales. The receipts now coming in show a
"decided improvement in the quality-inspir-
ing the best hopes that our crop will prove
-of as good an average as any heretofore re-
rceived."

THE SYIRT EXPANDER.-A New Inven-
4tion.-It appears that a gentleman of the
-city of Troy has invented an article fie calls
,the Skirt Expander, for which he is abowt
rto procure a patent. The inventer says it
'will entirely d6 away with the cotton.bustle.
It is said to be principally made of Indian
rubber, air-tight, and is capable of being in-
flated or contracted at any .time. If a lady
should be walking and wish to appear larger
or smaller, the Skirt is so constructed that
she may enlarge or diminish her apparent
size at pleasure; and yet a person may be
walking with and not discover how, or by
"what means her apparent size is diminish-
,ed or incerased. The inventor also says
lhat the appearance of a lady,,^vith one of
:these Skirts, is much improved-the dress
setting much better and easier; and that it
will save'the labor of carrying about the
,streets quite a small bale of cotten,- and
from eight to twelve skirts.

HOEING COLLOQUY.-"Peter-Peter, I
-see a toad," said a little darkey.to his brother,
;one day, as thery were digging over a heap
,of manure. ", Where? whare am he, Joe?"
"Why, right dar-don't ye see'im, Peter !"
"No I doseu't see'im-strike 'im wid de
ihoe." Joe hit the toad' a crack, which
.brought Peter to the ground. Oh Xou
fool, Joe! dat was my toe, I see'd dat all de
lime."

"Do you profess religion ?"
"No sir. I profess my faith and practice
iny religion."-'
Reader, go thou and do likewise.

City Council Proceedingis.
COUNCIL CHAMBER, }
WEDNESDAY EVENING, Oct. 27, 1847.
Council met. Present, B. S. Hawley, Mayor;
Councilmen, Abell, Chapman, Hancock, Good-
Jett, J. S. Hutchinson, T. R. Hutchinson.
The minutes of the last meeting were read and
approved.
The Clerk reported the returns of the Harbor
'Master and Marshal. which were read4 and order-
:ed on file.
Mr. Hutchinson, from the Special Committee,
t*. to whom was referred the petition of A. T. Ben-
nett, and others, reported that they found no
such street, on the plan of the city, as asked for,
and asked to'be discharged from the further con-
side'ration of said petition. Adopted.
And.on motion of Dr. Chapman, said petition
was referred to the Com. on Public Grounds.
The Mayor stated that Mr. A. T.'Benrett had
proposed to build a good road from the residence


I AMERICAN
Net at1d Twine Manufacturing
Company,
12 COMMERCIAL-STREBTt
(Up Stairs,) BOSTON.
Manufacturers and Dealers in Bryan's Patent
Twine Stands, Post, Office Twines, Baleing and
Bundle Twines, McCarty's Cotton Herring Twine,
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.
Xy- B,S ^ets and Seines knit to order at short
.tce. B. ELLISON & Co., Agents,
October 14,.1847. 39tf Apalachicola.


Thos. C. Underwood,

(Late of athens, Georgia,)
A RESPECTFULLY offers his ser-
vices to the citizens of Apalachi-
cola, and the county of Franklin
generally, in the line of his pro-
fession. Having monthly com-
munication with the principal
Northern cities, he will be enabled
to furnish his patrons at all times
i .a with the Ngw1.sT AND LATEST
PLATES OF FASHION, received
monthly, showing at a view the most Fashionable
Style- of Dress, which will be a decided advan-
tage to a fashionable community.
N. B. Gentlemens' Morning Gowns and Eve,
ning Wrappers made to order; Cloak4 0f every
description made in tb.i usual fl-Ims of the day;
Walking and. R-iin, Gaitors made in a superior
ma,.,qer; Tus.si Dresses and Boys' Clothes of
every ,escription made in a neat and fashionable
style. All garments made at this establishment
warranted to fit.
"- Shop, Second Story Baltzell's Buildings.
Entrance on Chestnut street.
October 14, 1847. 39-6m
Cq- A plate of.Fall and Winter Fashions just
received.


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U. S. MUAIL LINE
For Apalachicolr, Fa.,
z WILL leave Eufaula every
5 Wednesday at 1 o'clock, P.
^S M via Wood's Store, Ab-
"W -T-beville, Columbia, Wood-
ville and Marianna, connecting with (the
U. S. Nail Boat Quincy
,q '<.,, at Chattahoochee. This line will
L V afford the APALACHICOLA MER-
^^ ^CHANTS the opportunity of trans-
acting business in all the principal
towns between Eufaula and Apalachicola.
For seats, apply to
W. S4 TAYLOR, Eufaula.
JOHN TURNER, Abbeville.
M. L. CAVERT, Columbia.
NELSON HAWLEY, Chattahoothee.
BENJ. G. ALDERMAN, ProTpietor
Nov. 4, 1847. 42tf Marianna, Fa.
J. SPENCE,
WATCH AND CLOCK MAK8R,
SSecond Story Baltzell's Buildings,
(Entrance on Chestnut-st.)
APALACHICOLA, FA.
N. B. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry carefully
repaired. October 21, 1847.
PCOCLAITXATION.


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"SET 'EMI UP."
Athenmum Bowling Saloon.
THE subscriber bogs leave to announce to his
friends and the public generally, that he has
become role proprietor of the above establishment,
and hopes by proper management and sTrict at-
tention, to merit a continuance of the paironagb
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, 1'847. 13-tf


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friends, and the public generally, that they
have opened the above establishment, and are
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proper attention to receive a share of patronage.
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WALTON CIRCUIT COURV.
In Chancery.
Cornelius Grantham, )
vs. Petition for Divorce.
Fatha Grantham. 5
IT appearing to the satisfaction, of the Court,
by affidavit made in this case,, 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- the said petition
will be taken for confessed; -and it is further or-
dered that this order be published in some newff-
paper in- the Western Circuit of this State fo!'the
space of three months.
GEG: S. HAWKINS, Jhdge W. D.
Uohee AnnaAug. 21, 1847. 32-3m


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engravings, representing the- battle scenes of the
war, &c.
It advocatesthe claims and. supports the nomi-
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GENERAL ZACHARY 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 andincidbnts of the
war, as they are received in New York.
It is running over with anecdotes, stories, ex-
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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
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WHEREAS, 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:
Therefore it is proclaimed that THURSDAY,
the 25th November next, be set apart to be ob-
served throughout the State. as a dy of Thanks-
giving and Praise to Almighty God.
Given under my hand and the great seal
[SEAL.] of the State, at the Capitol, this 15th
October, 1847.


W. D. MOSELY.
40


October 16, 1847.


State of Florida,
FRANKLIN COUNTY-.
T 0 all persons having demands againstthe es-
fate ofNathan 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. SCO(TT.
Apalachicola, July 24, 1847. 28-2m
MOFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND PHOENIX
BITTERS, just received and for sale by
Nov 28 H, F. ABELL,. Druggist.
Saratoga Water.
UARTS and Pints, fresh, tor sale
April 17 H. F. ABELL.
Gold Pens.
AFEW of Woodward & Brother's superior
Gold Pens, just received and for sale by
October 21. J C. ALLEN.
Quiaine, Sulphate and Muriate,
J English Calomel, &e.
TUST received and-for sale by
^ Oct 28, J. C. ALLEN.
Swayne's Syrmul of Wild Cherry,
3UST received and for sale by
J, Oct, 2 J'. C. ALLEN.


House and Lot for Sale.
_in THE undersigned is desirous to sell bi-
;House and Lot in the City of Apalachis
J rola. The House is built upon Lot No.
5, B'k..-k No. 1, according to the plan of said
city. Within the last two and a half years the
undersigned has paid more Fifteen 'Hundred
Dollars for said lot and improvements-526 dol-
lars of which were in payment for the Lot. The
undersigned is willing to take'the remarkably
low prite of Eight H-utdred Dollars-Cash-
for said lot and improvements. The undersigned
will continue the practice of his profession in
the City of Apalachicola. For further particu-
lars, apply to
WM. SIDNEY GREEN.
Apalachicola, Oct. 28, 1S47. 41


IN CHANCERY.
Franklin Circuit Court.:
Thomas Orman,
William B. Finch. "
T being made to appear b'y affidavit, thtii ther
defendant resides beyond the limits of the
State of Florida,, to wit, in the State of New
York: It is ordered'& that service of said bill be
perfected on said": defendant, by publicataoi of
this order for four months in some newspaper
printed in the City of Apalachicola, requiring
him to appear and'ahswer said" biFl, otherwise it
will be taken pro confes"so. "- 4
At Chambers, SeptP. 920,1847'.
GEORGE S. HAiWK1NS,
A True Copy. ,. Judge, &c.
W. VALLEAU, Clerk.
October 28, 1847. 41-4m.
leBay Rum,n.
0OF the finest quality, just received, and for
sale by [Oct 28] J. C. ALLEN.
ROSE and Lavender Water, tor sale-by
R, July 17' J. C. ALLYN


SEDLITZ, Yeast and Soda Powders of the
best quality, for sale by
July 17 1 J. C ALLEN.


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


STATE OF FLORIDA.


MARINE INTELLIGENCE,
PORT OF APALACHICOLA......... Nov. 4.


THE NEW-YORK
9CIEZ'rVIFIC AqIERtCA,N.-


BTHE second floor of store No. 50,
water street. Apply on the promises.
E. McCULLY.
October 28, 1847.


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Paints, Oils, Window Glass, &c.
JUST received per brig Gen. Wilson, a very
J extensive assortment',of` White Lead, Paris
Green, Virdigris, Varnishes of every description,
also a large lot of Paint Brushes, all sizes, for sale
by [Oct21], ,! C.. ALLEN.


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tvierchants count how many thousand ba
of cotton are annually shipped from L
ports in the'Gulf of Mexico. Let them n
take into consideration the immense exp,
tation of other Articles of produce -from t
Gulf ports. Next, let them tell how mu
profit would result from the immense impi
tation ofgboods passing intozthe Gulf, cour
ing the saving of insurance, and the ti?
gained. Now, let them take a prospect
glance, at the future trade of- the Paci
Ocean, through" the medium of rail-road
Who can tell the wealth that would resin
to the State were this channel in operation
" Time--iimeis money" "Procrastinati
is the thief of time." Procrastination ro
the people of there gains both present a
prospective.


.of Mr. Hawley to Col. Semmes, for the amoun
e of certain taxes, and had reported said road corn
pleted ; Whereupon Mr. Hutchinson offered the
following resolution, which was adopted :
Resolved, That his Honor the Mayor appoint a
Committee of two to examine the road construct
ed by A. T. Bennett, and report on same at nex
meeting ofxtouncil, and thereupon the Mayor
appointed Messrs. Hutchinson and Hancock said
committee.
The Mayor stated that a Mrs. Brown, a lunatic
was confined in Jail, and suggested that somne
action should be taken by the Council in her case
The Mayor stated that Rawdon, Wright &
Hatch had a judgment against the City, for about
$350, and that execution had issued therefore
and that the agent of the plaintiffs had stated that
if the City wauld pay $100 the execution should
be stayed.
The Mayor stated that he was informed by the
Tax Collector that some persons bad refused to
pay their taxes, and that the Tax Collector asked
to be instructed by the Council. He also stated
that he thought no instruction necessary, as the
ordinance was explicit'enough.
Mr. Hutchinson gave notice that at the next
meeting he would offer an ordinance, to prevent
the throwing of cotton from the windows of build-
ings into the streets.
The following accounts Were presented, and or
motion referred to the Committee on Claims, viz
Casper Horn, for labor.... a............. 6 00
D. J. Myers, services as watchman, and
Physician's bill ........., .-..........59 50
Dr. Chapman.......................... li t1
Rob't Blount, services as watchman ...... 33 'D
Wm Blount, ,, .......50 00
C. Thigpin, .&....75 00
D. McDonald, repairing Hose and Engine
House................. .............. 5 00
On motion the Council then adjourned.


Tax Collector's Sale&
BliY virtue of the authority in me vested by law
I will expose to sale, before the Court Hous
Door, in the City of Apalachicola, on Monday th
8th day of May, 1848, between the hours of te
A. M. and four P.M. the following real estate(
situated in the City of Apalachicola, (assessed a
the property, 6f Liewis Curtis and Joseph Dela
field Trustees of the Apalachicola Land Corn
pany,) or so much thereof as will pay the Taxe
for 1847, assessed, thereon, arid in arrear unpai,
to the State of Floridaj and the County of Frank
lin, together with the cost of advertisement an,
sale, and which said real estate is described a
follows, in the Map of said City, viz.
Block A, range 1, lots nos. I to 14, inclusive
unimproved; block A, range 2, lots nos. 1, 3, 6
9, 11, 13, 14, unimproved; block A; range 2
lots nos. 2, 4, 5, 10, 12i improved; block B; rang,
1, lots nos. 3, 10, 9 16, 17, unimproved ; blotl
B, range 2, lots nos. 13% 14, unimproved; blocl
B, range 2, lots nos, 2i 3, 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, iihprov
ed; block C, range 1, lots nos. 3, 4, 15, 16, unim
proved; block C, range 2, lots nos. 9, 10, i1, i2
13, unimproved; block C, range 2, lots nos. 1
2, 4,55, 15, improved; block D, range 2, lots nos
3j 7, 8 9, unimproved; block D, range 2,.l0t
nos. 1,2, 5, improved: block E, range 1, lots nos
3, 4, 5, 16, 17, 18, improved; block E, range 2
lots nos. 7, 8, 13, 143 15, 16, 17, 18, 19. unim
proved ; block E, range q, lot no. 4, improved
block F, range 2j lots nos. 5, 6, 7, 13, 14,19, 20
unimproved ; block H, range 1, lots nos. 5, 8
10, 11, 13, 16, 20, unimproved; block H, rang(
2, lots nos. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14N
15, 16, 17, unimproved; block J, range 1, loti
nos. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 1, 8, 9% 10 11, 12, 13, 14, 1-5
16, 17i 18, 19, unimproved; block J, range 2
lots nos. 1, 23 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8j 9, 105,11, 12, 13,14
15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, unimproved; block K
range 1, lots nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7? 8, 9, 10, 11
12, 13, 14, 15j 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, unimproved
block K, range 2, lots nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,8, 9
10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, Unim.
proved ; block L, lots nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 55 6, 7, 9
9, 10 11, 12,13, 14,15, 16, 17, 18,1i9, 20, unim.
proved; block M, lots nos. 1, 2, 3, 4j 5, 6, 7, 8
9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 20 unim.
proved ; block N, lots nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 9
10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 17, 18, 19, 20, unim-
proved s block O lots nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 92
10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 1.5, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, unim-
proved ; block P, lots nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,
9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 unim-
proved ; block Q, lots nos, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8.
9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17,'18,19,20,'unim-
proved; block S, lots nos. 1 to 20, inclusive,
unimproved ; block 1, lots nos. 4, 7,unimproved :
block 1, lot no. 8, improved ; block 3, lot no. 9,
unimproved; block 4, lots nos. 3,4, 6,7,8, 9, uh-
improved; block 4, lot no. 2, improved; block
5, lots nos. 2 to 6, inclusive, unimproved ; block
5, lots nos. 1, 7, 8, 10, improved; block 6, lots
nos. 1, 7, 8, 9, 10, unimproved ; block 6, lots DOS.
2, 3, 4, improved; block 7, lots nos. 1, '2, 3j 9, 10,
unimproved ; block 7, lots nos. 6, 7, 8, improved ;
block 8, lots nos. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, unimproved;
block 9, lots nos. 1, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, unimproved;
block 10, lots nos. 3, 8, unimproved; block 10,
lots nos. 4, 7, improved; block 11, lots nos. 4, 8,
unimproved; block 14, lots nos 6, 7,- 9, 10,
unimproved; block 15, lots nos. 4, 9, 10, un-
improved; block 17, no. 9, unimproved; block
17, lots nos. 6, 7., improved ; block 18, lots nos.
2, 3) 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, unimproved; block 18, lot
no.'4i improved ; block 19, lots nos. I to 10, in-
clusive, unimproved; block 20% lots nos. 3 to 10,
inclusive) unimproved6 block 21 lot io, 5, im-
proved ; block 21, lots nos. 1 to 4 and 6 to 10, inclu-
sive, unimproved; block 22, lots nos. 1, 3, unim-
proved; block 23, lots nos. 6, 7, 8, 9, unimproved ;
block|24j lots nop. ,2, 3,6,7,8,9, 10,unimprov'd;
block 25, lots nos. 3j 4, 5 6, unimproved block
26, lots nos. 4 5, 6, 7, 8, i0, unimproved; block
27, lots nos. I to 10, Inclusive, unimproved; block
28, lots nos. 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, unimproved; block
29, lots nos. 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, unimproved;
block 30, lot no. 8, utimproved; block 31, lots
nos. 5, 8, 9, 10, unimproved; block 32, lots nos.
1, 2, 3,,6, 7, 8, 9. 10, unimproved ; block 33, lots
nos. 6, 9, unimproved; block 34, lots nos. 2 to
10, inclusive, unimproved; block 35, lots nos. 1,
6, 7, 8, 9, 10, unimproved'; block 36, lots nos. 2
to 10, inclusive, unimproved; block 37, lots nos.
4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, unimproved; block 38, lots
nos. 2 to 9, inclusive, unimproved ; block 39, lots
nos. 1 to 10, inclusive, unimproved; block 40,
lots nos. 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,8 9, 10, unimproved;
block 41 and 42, lots nos. 1 to 10, inclusive, each
block, unimproved ; block 43, lots nos. 1, 2, 3, 9,
10, unimproved; block 44, lots nos. 1 to 10, inclu-
sive, unimproved; block 45, lots nos. 1 to 10, ir.
elusive, unimproved; block 46, I* nos. 4, 5,
6, 7, 8, unimproved ; b h(Zk 47, lots jnos. Ito 10,
inclusive, unilnroved; block 48, lots nos. 1 to
10, inc'.sive, unimproved; block 49, lots nos. 1
to 10, inclusive, unimproved; block 50, lots nos.
1 to 10, inclusive, unimproved; block 51, lots
nos. 2 to 10, inclusive, unimproved; block 52,
lots nos. 1 to 9, inclusive, unimproved; block 54,
lots nos. 1 to 10, inclusive, unimproved; block
55, lots nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 10, unimproved ;
block 56, lots nos. 1 to 10, inclusive, unimprov-
ed ; block 58, lots nos. 1 to 10, inclusive, unim-
proved ; block 59, lots nOS. 1 to 10, inclusive, un-
improved ; block 60, lots nos. 1 to 8, inclusive, un-
improved ; block 61, lots nOS. 1 to-8, inclusive, un-
improved ;' blocks 62 to 69 inclusive unimproved ;
block 70 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ;
block 71 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 72 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ;
block 75 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 76 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ;
block 77 lot nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 78 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 81 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 82 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 83 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 84 lots nosi1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ;
block 85 lots nos 1 to 10 inchusive unimproved;
block 86 lots nos 1 to 8 incl,;rse unimproved ;
block 87 lots nos I to 10- inclusive unimproved ;
block 8S lots nosi1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ;
block 89 lots nos 1, to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 90 lots nos 1 to 0 inclusive unimproved;
block 91 lots nos I to 10-inclusive unimproved ;
block 92 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ;
block 93 tots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ;
)lock 94"lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved';
block 95 lots nos 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 unimproved;
block 96 lotsi noS 1 2 3 6 '7 8 9 10 unimproved;


block 97 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 98 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 99 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 100 lots hos I to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 101 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 102 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 103 lots nos I to 10inclusive unimproved;
block 104 lots nos 1 to 10inclusive unimproved;
block 105 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 106 lots nos I t6 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 107 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 108 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved:
block 109 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive, unimproved :
block 110 lots nos I to 10 inclusive, improved;
block 111 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved :
block 112 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved:
block 113 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved :
block 114 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 115 lots-nos 1 to 10 inclusive. unimproved!
block 116 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive, unimproved t
block 117 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved:
block 118 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved:
lock 119 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved.
lock 120 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved :
lock 121 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved:
lock .122 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved :
lock 123 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved,:
loCi 124 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved:
lock 125 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved: I
lock 126 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved:
lock 127 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved :
lock 128 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved:
lock 129 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
lock 130 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
lock 131 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved: (
lock 132 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved :
lock 133 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved.: 1


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block 134 lots nos 3 to 10 inclusive unimproved ;
block 135 lots nos 3 to 10 inclusive uintimproved :
block 136 lots nos 1 2 3 678910 unimproved:
block 137 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 138 lots nos 1 t 10 inclusive unimproved:
block 139 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved :
block 140 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved :
block 141 lots nosI2o 1234589 10 unimproved
block 142 lots nos 1 to 8 inclusive unimproved:
block 143 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved :
block 143 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved :
block 145 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved :.
block 146 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved :
block 147 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved :
block 148 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved :
block 149 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved:
block 149 lots nos 123478 10 icuveunimproved :
block 150 lots nos 12 3 4 7 8 9 10 unimproved
block 1571lots nos 12 3 4 7 8 910 unimproved:
block 158 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved:
block 159 lots nos 1 to 10 inchlsive unimproved :
block 167 lots nos 12 3 4 7 8 9 10 unimproved:
block 168 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved :
block 169 lots nos i to 10 inclusive unimproved :
block 170 lots nos 12 3 4 7 8 9 10 improved:
block 174 lots nos 1 to 10 Inclusive unimproved
block 175 lots nos 3 to 10 inclusive unimproved :
block 176 lots nos 12 3 6 7 8 9 10 unimproved:
block 177 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved :
block 178 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved :
block 179 lots nos 13456789 10 unimproved :
block 180 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved :
block 181 lots nos 1234 589 10 unimproved:
block 182 lots nos 1 to 8 inclusive unimproved :
block 183 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;.
block 184 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved :
block 185 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved :
block 186 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved :
block 187 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved :
block 188 lots nos 26 7 8 9 10 unimproved: block
189 lots nos 6 7 8 9 10 unimproved: block 190 lots
nos 6 7 8 9 10 unimproved. "
WHARF LOTS.
100 feet lot No 12; 50 feet foot of Leslie
street; 100 feet lot No 16; 100 feet lot No 17;
100 feet lot No 19 ; 90 feet foot|of Centre street;
60 feet South part of lot No 20; 30 feet North
part of lot No 22; 90 feet foot of Chestnut st. j
100 feet of lot No 25; 90 feet foot of Cherry st.
Also-All Land lying on the West side of the
Apalachicola Bay, North and West of the City of
Apalachicola, to the Western boundaries of
Franklin County; also, St. Vincent's Island, St.
Geoige's Island, and Dog Island, (exclusive of
that portion of St. Georges and Dog Island owned
by-the U. S. Government) ; also,all Lands lying
East of the Bay of Apalachicola and bordering
on St, George's Sound, and running Eeast to the
mouth of New River, from thence in a direct line
to the Chipola Cut-off, following the Apalachi-
cola River down to its mouth including Forbe's
Island (so called); the whole containing 285,000
acres of third quality of Land, and 1000 of 2d
quality, as per returns made by the Assessor of
State Taxes for Franklin County.
JOHN LUCAS) Sheriflf
and Ex-Ofiicio Tax Collector Franklin Co.
Apalachicola, Nov. 4, 1847. 42-6m;


Calhoun County.
K"NOV YE, that it is hereby ordered, that
Luke Lott, Executor on the Estate of Mary
Thomas; late of said county; deceased, is hereby
authorisei td sell the following Real Estate of
the said deceased :.-
w N E t of section 22, the S E of section ti2;
the S W of section 14, the S E of section 26i
the N E ot section 14, all of Township 1, Range
8, North and West; and the S E j of section 29
in Township 2, of Range 8, North and West.
The above Lands to be sold for the benefit df
the legatees, and creditors, of said deceased.
Given under my hand and private seal, 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 Nails, on Monday the fifteenth day of Nom
vember next. Terms of sale, one-third cash, the
balance in one and two years. Persons wishing
to buy Lands in Florida, will do well to embrace
this opportunity, as the above Lands comprise
some of as good, if not the best, in the State, and
most suitably adapted to the cultivation of Sea
Island Cotton, and Spanish or Segar Tobacco.
LUKE LOTT,
Exedutor of Mary Thomas, dec'd.
Calhoun County, Sept. 6, 1847i 37-2m


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Produce of all kinds, more especially


when it is at a low price, will always find the
*cheapest conveyance to market. People of
Florida? Take it into consideration that
41 time is money ;" .and will always be count-
ed as a part of the cost of transportation.-
Why do you sit idle, when your duty is so
plainly before you ? Wait until the planters
get in the habit of sending their produce to
mairk+60ihrough oier means of conveyance,
:and you will find that habits beconie second
nature, and are very hard to be broken up.
But I am checked in my zeal for internal
improvement by the sickly cries of "in-
-ability"-" debt"-', broken banks"-,"'loss
'of credit." Coward thought! Do you
z-suppose that we will become more power-
ful except by exertion ?-or hmore indepen-
dent except by labor? or secure more con-
Vfidence, except by honest and useful- enter-
prise.? It is the nature of man to lend aid
-in ihe toils of oppressed, but useful enter-
prise Begin the work in confidence, and
we will find laborers enough.
Where are the lands, that are owned by
the State? Of what profit are they, as long
as they cannot be made available-?
Mortgage the lands then, and borrow the
money. Slice offa part "Hackley's grant"
-the Areodundo grant;" and "Forbes
Purchase"' and make them pay their rela.
live proportion for the construction of this


Calhoun circuit Court.
Israe Moses, )Petition for Foreclosure of
Vs. 5 Mortgage on a Negro Male
Ebenezer Hoyt. ) Slave Daniel.
E BENEZER HOYT, William 0; M. Davis;
and all persons interested in the Equity of
Redemption of a certain negro male slave Danielj
mortgagedby 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 $321 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 plaintiff-and the time limited for the payment
of said sum of $321 44, 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 P1'ff.
September 23, 1847. 37-3m


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tirely exhausted, we have this day,: -SWtVdar
the 21st of August, increased the edition bf the
HoMEc JOURNALfor the express abeontiftfatoi&
of NEW SUBSCRIBERS, and we therefore respeif.
fully request that all who intend takik,"- the
paper will commence their su~Wt'yfionsWth t Me
present number.
Terms--Two Dollars a year,- or three f ait
for five dollars, invaibly im atance.-
The HoME JOURrNALr isW sent by thidi to all
parts of the United States,. the British Pibvinces"
and to Edrope, done dp id strong- wirppers,
with the utmost punctuality and despatch.
Subocriptions, orders, remittaceg, and a eo0t^
munir-ations, must be addressed (post pain) to the
Editors, GEO. P. M.RRIMS,
N. P. WILLIS;
A" 1st '2, 1847.. A Fulton-street.


Apalachicola Exchange,
THE subscriber informs his friends
and the public in general, that he has be-
come the Proprietor of this above Well
known house, and will be pleased to entertain
any or 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, 1846.


ARRIVED.
Oct 30-Bark Z fling, Livermore, frm N York,
to Wm G Porter & Co.
Nov 3-Brigg Almeda, Wallock, fm New York,
to Nourse, Stone & Co.
,Steamer Quincy, Allen, fm.Chattahoochee.
CLEARED.
Oct 30-Brig Gen. Wilson, Perkins, for St.
Marks.
Schr Oregon, Silvey, for New Orleans
Nov 4-Schr Southerner, Goodspeed, for New
Orleans.
PASSENGERS.
Per stsamer Quincy-Mr Sims and lady, John
D Atkins, B W Johnson, 0 S Brown, L Lott, T
Yo* P Hobart, A.Dodge !T R Hutchinson, N A
MeFall, Mr McKinney, J McNall, J Gilmore, S
Millikan.
Pet steamer Quincv--Mrs Kilbee, Miss Han-
cock, W Chapman, D J Day, I Downer, M PlEllis,
J Jackson, Mr Robertson.
RECEIPTS FROM THE INTERIOR.
Per steamer Quincy-4 bales cotton, 16 bxs tt-
baeco, to Lockhart & Young; 21 bales cotton, 21
boxes tobacco, to B S Hawley.
Per steamer Quincy-55 bales cotton, to D G
cRaney; 4 do W G Porter & Co; 10 do Lockhart
V Young; 19 bxs tobacco to T H Austin; 8 do, 100
bushels corn to B S Hawley; 2 bales hides, 3 bbls
turientine to Wylie M McKenzie; 6 sacks mea+.Sto
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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 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-
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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, I
vs. Libel for Collision.
The Steam Boat Eufaula, |
her tackle, apparel and J
furniture. .
NTOTICE 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, oPthe UJnfted States for the North-,
ern fDistrict of Florida, at the Clerk's office of
said Court, in the city of Apalachicola, on thei
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. R08ERT MYERS,
U. S. Marshal.
by H. R. TAiLOR, D. M.
May 22, 1847. 19-tf


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CANADIAN VJE1I9IFUGE. o
The remedy to which we would call the atten- a
ion of the public, is one which has proved sue' r
essful for .a long time ; and it is universally ac- a
:nowledged bv all who have tricd it, to be FAR
SUPERIOR to any other medicine ever employed r
n diseases for which it is recommended. It not
onv destroys WORMS AND INVIGORATES I
I'[E WHOLE SYSTEM, but it dissolves and r
carries off'the Aiperabundant slime or mucus SO
PREVALENT IN THE STOMACH AND
BOWELS OF CHILDREN, more especially
hose in bad health. The mucus forms the bed
or nest in which Worms produce their young,
and by removing 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 Verr.ifuge'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 9 'for Apalachicola.
Tae Great Canadisaa Iteiemtciy.
NVINER'S PECTOSICAL SYVJUP
OF H'OREHOUND ELECAMPANE,
Unrivalled for the cure of Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Spitting of Blood, Whooping Cough, Difficul-
ty of Breathing. Pleurisy, Consumption,
and all Diseases of ihe 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-
cine.
For several years past, this medicine has been,
in use in Canada, where it has become universal-
ly known, 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 effected by it, has induced the proprie-
tors to introduce it into the United States-, cdon-,
fident of ils being the most safe and valuable re-
medy ever discovered, and adapted to all diseases
of the lungs, when any of the tunctions 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 inipartiingrenew-
ed vigor and elasticity to the whole frame.
Prepared and sold, wholesale and retail, by,
JOHN WINER & Co., 83 Maiden Lane, New
York, soie proprietor for the United States.
H. F. ABELL, Agent
Jan 9- for Apalachicola.
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 useol
Doctor TAYLOR'S celebrated medicine, the
Genuine BALSAMN or LIvERWORT, 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 perforining its wonderful
cures, which in many, very many cases, have
been almost incredible, but the conclusive proof,
the Doctor can bring forward are irresistible, and
we advise all who may have cvoghs or simpl-
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'-
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


X' Printers before purchwain---el -- .ll .. ........_.."... .:- 1.. ': 1
articles manufactured by us shall be of a mate- V.. Early IntlligeneJofaimportantmore-
.ial equal, it not superior, to any manufactured mentsinMe L~e.gislature 4q/Geat"Britain en
it the North,; and as we shall sell Type at New Frane. ..l cmmuicatdb evry te ,,er
York prices, we.trust to meet with encourage- %fom.Europe, throughcreporterls esiforn o bon ai
ment. Paris, who possess peuia acltesdob i-
We are now prepared to manufacture BRASS nginfrm nral Jews o the Day will be
RULE and TYPE of any magnitude, with prompt- .VI.. The en ......rof, theDa, i try and at- b
less. We would also particularly call the at- g, wt i
mention of Printers to our LEADS, having an en- tention.
tire new set of moulds, by which we are enabled Such is a brief view of what, the -United
to furnish a perfect article. We are also Agents States Reporter" is designed to be. All the plans
for the sale of the- Napier, Washington, and and arrangements have been well matured, and
Smith Presses, which together with Chases, the hope is confiently cherished, thatthe "U.
Cases, Composing Sticks, Furniture, Ink, and S. Reporter" will prove itself an energetic, in-
every other article required*in the Printing bust- dustrious, dignified and perfectly independent
ness wil b ket o had, nd urnshe journal. It will have no party views-nopbliticok[
ness will be kept n hand, and furnished at s. The proprietor, by the terms of his conz.
Editors drines to eatablih tract with the Senate of the United States.is
Editors and Printers wishing t absh a ^ 0teontinha tepprsjallcin
Newspaper or Job lPrinting Office will be fur- bound to the conditionsthat"the paper shall con-.
nished with an estimate in detail for the same, tai npoticl of except the debat "'
by stating the size of the paper, or the particular It will be a vehicle of N.ws-not the organ, of
style and quantity of v.ork to be. executed. any sdt of'opinions. The grand aim of thersub-
C The proprietors of newspapers who will scribe, isto'establish, at the Seat of Government,
publish this advertisement six months, and send a faithful, and promopt-reporter of all sorts of in-
a paper to our office weekly, will be paid for the' tolligence-a re.a:otsible, agent, on which tb&
advrh~men bypurhasng-ix ime tharnuntpolitician, the business man, the, manufacturer,
advertiemenbypurchasing.six times theamount he mechanic, and every one interested in the
o advertising bill in Type. EN & CO., affairs of Congress and the Government, may rely
May 22, 1847. 19-?m 17 Canal st.Row, at all times with implicit confidence.
It is believed thai the establishment of such a
Drugs & T1.lMedecines. reliable Journal of Intelligenoe, on terms which
THE subscriber has just received per recent place it within the reach of the great masses ot
arrivals from New York-, a full and com- the people, at the commencement of what pro-
plete stock-, consisting in part, Sulph. of Qui- miss to be a most interesting and eenitful period
nine, Hyd. de Potassii, Caustic Potasse, Solicine, in the history of Congressional proceeding, will
Murrate and Sulph- of Morphine, Luner Caustic. be regarded with favor by all classes of 'the com-
Chloride of Gold and Sodium, Calomel, Jalap, munity; and, having thus stated his objrczl, the
Ipicac, Iodine, Rhubarb, Pulvr. and Root. Sen- subscriber respectfully solicits a -liberal and ten-
n'a, Epsom Salts, Bachn Leaves, Castor Oil, eral support from the enlighternedp'ib'lic'6f lhe
Seidlitz Powders, Soda Powders, Sulpher, flower United States.
and role-, Copperas, Saltpeter, Alum, Aloes. JAMES A. HOUSTON, .
talcind and Curb. of Magnesia, um Cam,)hor, Stenographer to the Senate of the U. S.
Flax Seed, Borax. Also a large supply of as-. 00- The ,,-United States Reporter ",will b6
sorted Glass Ware, and a general assortment ol prin'ted.on ialarge and handsome sheet, and issued
all articles in the Drug line. For sale by every morning, except Sundays, at the rate-ot
June 12-'F. ABELL. $6 per annum.
Tarraant's Effervescent Seltzer In connection with the daily paper, there will
Aperient. be issued from the same establishment,
H EALTH RENEWED, and an invigorated
and healthful condition of body produced The Mlirror of Congres%.
by the use of TAR111ANT'S EFFERVESCENT This publication will contain exclusively ht'h
SELTZER APERIENT. Reports of the Proceedings and 'Debates 'of-the
This preparation is universally allowed to be Congress of-the United States. Itwill be *issueA "
the most popular remedy of the present day, for semi-weekly, in an elegant quartonforo, through,-
'the prevention and cure of Indigestion, Bilious out the sessions of Congresq, ad will be furnished
and Liver Complaints, Nervous Weakness, Head- to subscribers at the rate of two dollars forAh
ache, Hearturn, habitual Costiveness, &c. long session and-one dollar for the short session.
Traveller- and residents in warm climates will It is believed that this great national work will
find it a desirable article; it prevents any accu- bee deemed indispensable in the library of every
mulation of bile, is- portable, and the method of public. institution, politician, and professionals
preparation is unusually convenient. Children man, throughout the country and that it will be
have frequent occasion for gentle-and cooling regarded by the great mass of the people as the
purgatives; they will take this aperient in pre- very besrpolitical text book for their own instiuc,
ference to any other. Sold wholesale and retail by ftori and that of their children. '
Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist, &c. ... -
NOTICE. ,IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. ** l
DPERSONS having business with the subscei- Throughout the session of Congress, Extras
l bers during their absence from the* city, will will -be- issued -from the office of the "1United
please to apply to Mr. Charles A. Green. States Reporter," containing- the reports of all
July 12 J. DAY & CO. such Debates as may possess peculiarly'exciting


Franklini Circiiit Court,
STATE OF FLORIDA.
Charles Barnarnd, Abel
Adams, George W.
.: Barnard and Charles *
Larkin, Merchants, Attachment.
trading underthe firm }- Sum sworn to $4543 90.
of Barnard, Adams, Damages $S000.
& Co."

John Dill.
T HE Defendant and all others interested, will
_L 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, 184'7. apri[l7 14-4m

Franklin Circuit Court,
D. K. Dodge,
VS. KI N .CIANCEKY.
James C. Watson, et al.
D. K. Dodge., )
vs.t Bill for .Partition.
D. McDougald, et. al.
WEORGE W. ROSS having filed a petition on
, V the22d April, 1816, 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 theiT respec-
tive claims, &c.
CARRAWAY SMITH,
Special Master in Chancery.
Apalachicola, March 6, 1847. 8-5t
W,- The hearing of the above matter is post-
poned until F),id:,,, the 16th inst.
Apalachicola, April 10, 1847- 13-1t <,
0l3- The hearing-of the above matter is post-
poned until the 30th June next.
Apalachicol, April 24,1847. 1.5-2m
{) The hearing of the above matter is post-
poned until the 30th of November next.
Apalachicola, July 3, 1847.





All, -, crirptli,.ns and communications to be
3,.-.3t[lai'3, MAr Iaddressed "
JAMES A.. HOUSTON, -N
United S.tates Reporter, \\ashinaion, D. C-
July 31, 1847. -
All news:P)apers throughout the United,;.States,
who publish this Prospectus once :a -wepk from
this date till the meeting of Cohigres.... will be,en- -
titled to an exchange 'with tile -" United States
Reporter,, and, will be placed on;'.he list of those
to.whom the Extras will be despatched."; / "


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


WINEIR'S


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TIlE WESTERN CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA.
IN Franklin Circuit Court.
IN CHANCERY.
bella E. Hepburn, widow of
burton Hepburn, deceased,
Complainant.


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July 31, 184T.


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Franklin Circuit Court.
Barnard, Adams & Co.,
Vnls.. In Chancery,
John Dill and Elizabeth / -
Ann Dill. J
IT 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-
lication 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
.R July47 J. C. ALLEN,


Biull's and anud's
SARSAPAR1LLA, just received,, for sale by
-June 12 H. F. ABELL.

10 AnBAGS RIO, for sale by
100 May 15 J. DAY &, CO.
C- REAM TART-AR and Tamarinds, just re-
ceived and for sale by
April 17 H. F. ABELL.
Congress Water.
N pints and quarts, just received for sale by
June 12 H. F. ABELL.


Lamp Oil ''
OF the best .q.alit, for summer nIp. for sale
Iby [0ilylY7 J. C. A.EE,'.
amP Oil. .
W INTER strained, a splendid.article, for sile
by jan3q ] JC ALLEN.


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1-2 lb Lumps.
5 boxes Manufactured "3J W Morgan" Brand
Premium.
5 boxes Napo-
leon's" Brand "Magnolia."
5 boxes Manufactured Napo-
leon's" Brand "Strawbery."
50 20 lb boxes Manufactured "Napo-
leon's" Brand "1Magnolia."
9 boxes Mannfactured '1 Mnrford Honey Dew
10 Crates Crockery; 10,000 Florida Segars.
30 -doz Negro Caps; 60 doz Hoes,-" assorted."
Ingrain Carp ,eting, Cotton Cards, Trace Chains.
For sale low to close consignments, by
LOCKHART & YOUNG,
Nov. 14 .53 Water street.
Oil Cloths and Carpets.
SPCS OilCloth, I and 2 yards wide;
0 3 pes super.Ingrain Carpeting;
3 Cotton 4
3 4 Stair r
For sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO.
Dec 5 41 Waterstreet.
Boots and Shoes.
BOY'S and Men's Russet Brogans;
Men's sew'd and peg'd Kip Brogans
Gents fine Calf Brogans ;
Win's peg'd and sew'd Shoes; Children's do. do
Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes;
Super Ladies' coarse and fine Calf Boots.
A large and extensive assortment, just received
and for sale by WM. G PORTER & CO.
Dee 5 41 Water street.


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THE SAVANNAH GEORGIAN. COMMERCIAL L ADVERTISER,
IN announcing the fact that the undersigned / P E THURSDAY ZT
have associated themselves together in the Edito- PUBLISHED EVERI TH'RSDAY .T
rial Department of" THE SAVANNAH GEOR- "J. L. W Y M A N .
GIAN," we take this occasion to say to the pat- ---
rons of that paper, and to the public generally, W. G. B1I. DA-IS,, -Editor.
that arrangements have already been made for its __
material improvemant in outward aipearance, Office, Third Story Baltzell's Buildings, corner of
and that no pains will be spared to elevate and Commerce and Chestnut streets.
sustain its character as a commercial paper, and
to fill its columns with interesting and profitable TbkM S.
matter. We feel most sensibly that to render the SUBSdRIPTIONS.--Three Dollars per annum,
Savannah Georgian such a paper as the growing if paid in advance, or $3 50 if paid within six
interests and population of our State and City re- months, or $4 00 if paid thereafter. ,
quire, a diversity of labor must be expended No subscription taken for a less term than sty
upon it; such we are determined to furnish.- months-and _2 wil! invariably -be charged for,
We shall strive to' make its columns pleasing to that period. No paper will be discontinued until
all arrearages are paid, unless at t-he option of the
all readers, and while our humble support shall proprietor.
be given to the great principles upon which the ADVERTISEMENTS.-One square, (twelve lines
Democratic party has planted itself, believing 'or less) will be inserted at the rate of One Dol-
these principles to be essential to the'-perpetuity lax for the first, and Fifty Cents for every subse-
of our national freedom and the advancement of quent insertion.
our national welfare, we shall studiously avoid To those who advertise by the year a liberal
all rude collisions with views and opinions an- discount will be made; butalladvertisements nt
tagonislic to our own. To render our paper the strictly pertaining to their own business, as we~l
firm but dispassionate exponent ot democratic as all legaladveirtisements sent'in by'them, will
principle, the calm yet unflinching advocate of ,be charged at the dsul "rats.
Southern institutions, the vehicle of amusing and 0 All legal advertisements must be paid for
instructive thought upon all proper subjects, in advance.
whether of science, literature, or general infor- oc Five Dollars will be charged for annound-
mation,-in a word, to make it a welcome visitor ing candidates for office. -
at once to the merchant and the mechanic, the CO- All advertisements from a distance mut
student and the farmer, shall be our constant en- be accompanied with the cash, or city reference,
deavor; and if, in addition to this, we shall to insure insertion.
bg(rnabled by extending our circulation through -i
the i terior, to strengthen the ties which bind
our beloved S.ate and City together, and to WILLi BE FUBL.SHED AT WASHINTON D. C.
secure that oneness of sympathy and feel- On the seventh of December next.
ing so essential to the prosperity of both, we shall NUMBER ONE
find our labors amply repaid. OF THE
To enable us to continue our present conneC- UNITD STATES REPORTER
tion, however, and to do all that we would wish UN 1ITED STATES I ITEI
todo in the way of improving "-The' Georgian," A Daily'Journal of Government, Legislative and
we must look for an increased support from the General News.
public ; such-we now solicit and confidently ex-
pect. WM. H. BULLOCH, THTE subscriber is now enabled to announce the
HENRY R. JACKSON. completion of his arrangements for'the'establish-


FRESH ARRIVAL OF
Drugs, IMedicines, Paints, Oils,
Dye-Stuffs, Perfunmery, &c.
^s%^THE undersigned retur;.s his thanks
to his friends and the public for their
liberal patronage, and begs to inform
that he is now receiving an addition-
aL supply, which 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.
H. F. ABELL,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
45 Water street.


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Snrmfnt. trators 2otices.

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


PROSPECTUS
OF THE

FLORIDA WHIG,
A WEEKLY PAPER,
',TO BE PUBLISHED IX" MARIdtVX l.
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,'Watton and Washington coun-
ties, and has led to the proposed establishment of
this Journal.
'The undersigned hope to obtain sufficient pat-
ronage to enable them to commence its publica-
tion by the 1st of September.
TERMS-Three dollars per annum, in advance.
$3 50 if'paid within six months; or $4 00 at the
end of the year.


VS.
:ph L. Hepburn, George 0.
[enburn, Annie E. Hepburn
nd Caroline B. Hepburn,
eirs at law of Burton Hep-
urn, deceased; Daniel K.
)odge; the heirs of John
eabody, dec'd, whose trus-
ee is Daniel McDougald; }
ohnIV. Campbell; Hudson
N. Thornton; Nathaniel W.
'hornton ; HinesHolt; Sea-
orn Jones, Jolin H. Howard;
nd Edward Cary, trustees of
James P. Calhoun & Charles
L. Bass, composing the late
irm of Calhoun & Bass;
William Hjwland; William:-
Sloan; Duncan McDou-:
;ald; Mordicai Myers, as-,
signe'e of George W. Ross,!
a bankrupt; Daniel McDou-
;ald; Joseph *& Lawrence
0'B. Branch; William H.


SBill for Dower


Apalachicola, Nov. 21, 1846. ,
Drugs antd Medicines.
THE subscriber has, and will
lj g constantly have, on hand,a complete
assortment of DRUGS and MEDI-
CINES, which he 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 thede3 or night.
J. C. ALLEN,
March 21 Cor. Centre and Commerce sts.

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iDry Goods.
T HE subscribers offer for sale alarge 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.
Dencims'-Kremlins and &ottonades,
Brown Shirting and Sheeting,
Cotton Osnaburgs,
Cotton Drilling and Ticking, I
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 Cashmere d'Ecosse,
Extra supe.-r Muslin de Laine,
English, Scotch and American do.
Super Italian t'.i ..,: .and "figured Silks,
BPi,'k Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs,
'*i. ,"English and Pongee Silk Hkfs,
English-and Am-erican Cotton Hkfs,
Madras and Verona head Hkfs,
Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose,
Super Marseilles and Worsted Vestings,
Cotton and Flax Thread, '-
Plain and fig'd Swiss and checked Muslins,
Jaconet-and Cambric Muslins,
Needles, Pins, Tape, &c. &c.
Which have been selected with great care in
New York and Boston, from Importers and Agents
of Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates, and
are now offered at wholesale or, etail on favorable
terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Dec. 5, 1846. 41 Water street.

B. Ellison & Co., 24 Water street.
SHIP CHANDLERY.
M/ANILLA and Hemp Cordage of all sizes,
Hambroline, Wormline, Marline, Spun-
yarn, Oak)m, Sperm Oil, Fall do, Whale do, Olive
do, Linseed do, Raw do, Boiled do, Spirits Tur-
penlin'e, ePaints, Window Glass, Putty, White
Lead Red 'do, 'Yellow Ochre, Chrome Green,
Emerald do, Imperial do, Chrome Yellow, Ver-
digris, Lithnrage, 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, Blueand Red B1nting, Nails, Copper do,
do Tacks, Ship Spikes, Boat do, Brads, Screws,
i Jack Screws, Anchors, Handspikes, Capstain
- Bars, Oars, Blocks, Shives, Jib Hanks, Hand
Pumps, ek Buckets, Cedar do, Deck Brooms,
I Corn rto, Caulking Mallets, Sarvingdo, Axes,Axe
, Shelves, Hooks and Thimbles, Box Hooks, Bale do,
, Can do. Cotton do, Boat do, Fish do, Caulking
Irons, Making Irons, ,Marline Spikes, Ship -cra-
, pers, Bung Dippers, Cook's Ladles, Tormentors,
- Dividers, Compasses, Sail Needles, Sail Twine,
Seine do, S,6',;1. iao, Palms, Rigging 'Leather,
'* Pump do, Rh.,.-i, Hammers, Hatchets, Chisels,
Autgurs, Planes, Handsaws, Gimblets, Handsaw
Files, Rat Tail do, Iron Squares, Cupboard Locks,
Stock do, Hooks and Staples, Ihnges. TPadlocks,
Wood Saws, ,Penfilaet H'anlyards, 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.
REEN & CONNERY, No. 36, Water street,
G have just received and offer for sale
125 sacks Green Rio Coffeee,. (new crop;)
100 barrels Northern and Western Flour ;
200 Old Rectified Whiskey ;
100 boxes white, palee and brown Soap;
5 hhds N. 0. Sugar; 5 do Muscovadoldo;
20 casks Bacon Sides and Shoulders;
; f ,5 Hams;
20 barrels Clarified Sugar;
"10 boxes Loaf do;
e 50 Sperm Candles;
20 barrels N E Rum;
10 ,, Wh*ite's Baltimore Gin;
10 Domestic Brandy;
410 N O Molasse?;
150 boxes English. Dairy Cheese;
'50 pieces Kentucky Bagging;-
30 coils Rope;
10 bales Alicant Mats;
80 bxs and hlf.bxs (new crop) Mal. Raisins
10 Lemons-;
75 Mannfactnrea Tobacco:;
25 casesassorted Pickles;
30 barrels Mackerel, Nos 2 and 3 ;
20 halt bbls do do;
20 boxes assorted Syrups;
20 chests and boxes Gunpowder and Hy
son Teas;
10 chests and boxes Powchong Teas;
2 half pipes Old Cognac Brandy;
10 baskets "Heidsieck" Champagne;
50 kegs Nails, assorted sizes;
25 bbls Pilot and Navy Bread ;
3 tierces new Rice,
20 kegs and quarters new Buckwheat-;]
200 bushels Norther Oats.
Apalachicol:a, Dec. 5, 1846.
ToboaCco.
7l- H?, LF boxes Manufactured W L Roane
S/ Brand.
44 half boxes Manufactured 'iW Price" Bran(
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e- 28 ,, "W Barlow ...
e'48 22 Ib. boxes ,,J W Morgan' ...


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List of Letters
EMAINING in'the Post Ooffice, Apalachi-
X cola, Fa., on -the 1st of October, 1847.
Agrista, Salvadon Hasted, Mr
Armstrong, David Higgins, Warner
Anderson, John Hill, John
Brown, Oralus S Halsey, Thos 4
Butts, A G Jones, Caled H cold')
Butt, A D Jeter, Wm A
Blyth, Win Johnson, John H
(Brockett, Haam Jackson, Robert
,Boutell, Capt Wm Lemons, Henry
Butts, E P 3 Loyd, Joseph
,Bradley, James Latta, Rev Moses
Byington, J L Locholu, Jas T
Brockenbrough, W 11 .,, r... Anthony
Backlin, Wm D d ri i'homas
Bartst, Jacob M. I-,,,:i,, MrsK
Baker, Wm MIrton, Stephen T
Rurgass, Elizabeth Mayor, Jas C
Brown, Geo M Pmdervois, Romeo
Cinday, Cate Porter, Ariting
Cussanx,,-R.ichard *2 Patten, Ruse & Co
Deteno, Pietro Ruse, 0 C
Davis, J C, P Regers, Geo A
Evans, London 2 Riciard-i, John G 2
Erner.on, C has W 3 Smith, Augustus G
'Frael, Michael Sloan,.John.
.Fostver, J.as BSinith, John
FItl,.,iii_. Washington Sweete, Albert
Fraser, Jess e Turner, B L 3
Flynn, Jas Taylor, H R 4
Fell, John Thompson, Geo
f6ray, Michael 3 Undor'hill, Thos S
Guyon; t-I G Wingard, Daniel
Gardner, Thos'N White, Francis 2
Green, John Watts, Capt A'W
Gorrin, Mary Webster, ohn
Hurlson. Harriet Williams, Harvey
0 Persons calling for any of the above let-
teri will say they are advortisod.
JOS. S. MAY, P. M.

Groceries andaShip Stores.
R IO COlFEE,. Java do, St. Domingo do,
Northern Flour, Western" do; N 0 Sugar,
St. Croix do, Porto Rico do, Young Hyson Tea,
Hyson do, Powchong do, Souchong do, Goshen
:.Butter, Cheese", Lard, Bacon Hams, Sides, Shoul-
tiers, Molasses, Whiskey, Mess and Prime Beef;
Mess and Prime Pork, Mackerel. Shad, Salmon,
Herring, ,Sounds and Tongu,s, Cod Fish Tongues.
Pepper, Spices, Catsups, Pepper Sauce, Olives,
Capers, Pickles, Soap; Starch, Tobacco, Navy
Bread Pilot do, Crackers, Vinegar, Dried Fruits,
* Beans,Salt, Iaisens, Macaroni, Vermacelli, Ar-

,row Root, Corn, Oa;s, Buckwheat, Mustard, Rice.
For sale by B. ELLISON _& CO.
Jan 23 N < 24 Water street.
'0O01S, Shoes' and Brograns, by thecase;
B Women's-Shoes and Buskins;
Men's, Boys and Youth's Brogans;
... ,, fine sew'd Brogans
Men's pegged Boots;,
,, -` fiee'sewed Boots;,..
.Rii;sset Brogans. For sale by
B. ELLISON & CO.,
Jan 23 21 Water street.
*. On Consigmnent.
THE subscrilber has lately received on consign
T meant, the following articles:
2 casks choice Old Port Wine;
1 Old Madeira Wine;
1 superior' Old Scotch Whiskey ;
2 "' Pale & Bro. Otard Brandy
i Dark Dumond Braady;
10 baskets London' Club" Champaigne.
Als.), a variety of Segars, all of which will b
I sold low, for cash only, by .
EDWARD McCULLY,
Feb 27 50,' Vater street.
Wistar's Balsamn of WVld, Cherry
2 iDOZEN, just received and for sale by
1 April 10 H. F. ABELL.
Baginig asnd. Hope.
~^\\PCS luris .a,.ging;
100 100 coils Rope,;
4 bales 11'-s'-ring Twine, for sale by
WMI. G PORTER & CO.
Dec 5 41 Water street.
Iron, Nails, &c.
0 TONS Swede Iron, assorted sizes;
,2 100 kegs Nails, do.
4 casks Weeding Hoes, assorted qualities:;
20 Blacksmith Steel Faced Anvils;
20 English and American Vises;
"20 Bellows;
12 dozen Spades and Shovels;
10 Collins' A-xes;
,10 bxs Cotton and Woolen Cards;
1 case Rowlind's Caot Steel Mill Saws;
1000 Ibs Cast and German Steel, for sale by
WAvl. G. PvaRTER & CO.
JDec 4 1 41 Water street.
IHops,
FRESH Fall Crop, for sale by
F April 17 H. tF. ABELL.
.7,VTJININE, Camphor and Piperine, !ust r
W,. ceived and for sale by
'Xpril 17 H. F. ABELL.
Peter's "Vegetable Aatitoilliou)
Pills.
A FRESH supply, lust received and for sale'
,. _. A pril 17 .H F A BE LL.
.Flotidla M~olasses.
IN tierces and bar~rels, for sale oy
B. ELLISON & CO.
Feb 20 24 Wate'r street.
Wmlullw Glass.
A LARGE lot, o)f assorted sizes, just receive
June 12 t.F. ABELL.
-Extract Sarsaparilla.
BULL'S & SANDS', for sale by the dozen
single bottle, by T "
July 17 "J. C ALLEN
Bay Sums.
A FRESH supply of A. French's-snper
Bay Ruin, just received and fo~r sate by
June 12 H. F. ABELL.
Sarsaparilla Syruip.
J, TUfT received,,and for sale by
SJune 1-2 H. F. ABELL


M .FFAT'S LfIE PILLS AND PH(EN
ITTTER3, just received and for sale by
Nov 21 J. C. ALLEN
SULPHATE ard MURIATE of QUINIIN
for sale by ALLEN
July 17 J.C.-ALLEN


Brockenbrough and the'Bank&
of Pensacola,
Defendants.
IT 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:
ot the State of Florida, but within the United
States of America; that is, that the Defendants
,'Joseph L. Hepbnrn resides in the State of Texas;
the said Gem ge 0. Hepburn in ;he State of Mis-
souri ; the said Annie E. Hepburn, and Caroline
B. Hep-burn, and the said William Howland,
each in the State of New 'York ; the heirs ot
John Peabody, deceased, an'd 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


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ment of a well-organized and independent 'Jour-
nal of News at the Seat of the General'Goverd-,
ment. 1 1
Thejleaaihg'features of the United Sittes*Re-
porter will be thetfollowing:--
I. Early Intelligence of the mooveents of thei,
ariousDepartments of the Government, inr&-
terence 'to Domestic affairs and' to the Foreign
Relations of the country,- will be given with
scrupulous fidelity. Possessing peculiar facilities
for obtaining information, the Reporter" will
be enabl,.d frequently to communicate, exclui-
sively, intelligencee of the most important cha-
racter, ... .
II. The Verbatim Rn ports of the Proeeedings
and Debates o&,the United;,States Senaoe, which
t6 theroptrietor is bound to furnish daily to that
body, in accordance with the terms of the con-
tract made at the close "of the last session of
Congress." The arrangeifents no'mvtfile'%Wll it
once fully secure to the Senate of the United
States an -authentic ahd complete record of-its
Debates ; and'to the people-in a greatly enlarged
degree-the benefit of the experience, sagacity
and statesmanship ot that body e to'whichl they
have ever looked 'with 'solicitous and respectfgl
ie ar4 '. .

IIIt. The Proceedings "and bates in tKe
House of Representatives will also be given'with
fullness, 'impartiality, and the utmost prompt.
tude. Eaech Aay's record will be completely
made up, and appear in the -Reporter" next
morning. .
IV. A Syopticila q i r o] thle:lroceeedmg,
and Debates of a~ll Ate Srab- f~igz'ilauref 'vwill
be 'regularly ,iven. Members or" Congress and
all classes of .eaiter's wili 'th~s be kept fully anm
systematically inifrdiip of 6fom'esic Legmslati-oh
;i ,,11 oo-tinnr nf tho-United Star~e.


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

Tarrani's Compouind, Extract of
Cubebs anud Copavia.
Stands unrivalled for its
''.T... ^.;. efficacy; it performs a-cure
S " ^ in a few days-qno 'confine-
i 7!-' <. ment or restriction in diet,
[f-sS' ^'*-A \C'\ is necessary. It will be:
Z"/ %- f *X^ ,ifotind invaluable, beingpre-
m{ b, '. l paro with the greatest
A;l ti,.i ,i,.-i _ possible care, t p6n well
. dd..,,d.: q/^tested principles, founded
\-,^ p,_1.-." iy1 ,,upon that important law
"-,,'r^ -_ fir-st established by the cel-
l ebrated Dr. Fordyce, viz
I' that a combination ofsim-
ilar remedies would produce a more certain
speedy, and considerable effect, "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.


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.
T.HE TRI-WEEKLY GEORGIAN, for the
Cadntry, 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 contairns all the intel-
ligence, Commercial, Political and Miscella-.
neous, including new Advertisements published
'.n:the Daily Paper.
THIS PAPER issefit to all parts of the State
arid Union, 6r delivered in the city, at FIVE
DOLLARS per annum; or, tt THREE DOL-:
LARS for six months.
THE WEEKLY GEORGIAN, is published
eliery Friday afterrnoon, at THREE DOLLARS
per anrihtt-all payable in advance. -
August 14, 1847.




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nCU iJl"rnor mtcss; ;Dfrcctoi-t). 1JottrJj. I cellar is slocked;) with old wines his : strength -; u.
U s ._ rare ; find 1 gone along the carpeted chainy, oung man from Oxloid-a student :at the .
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h. =-.='- r : --.1 money and the wine shall be your share firI IJT' t 10 the window, his dark gown contrasted I ac-ulemy' lure-u.is drawn into that .
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}' >,\ ,. 11.1.1.\\1 C' ., K 11 H iSlo.io, IIV.. Iirouks.oIIst' Till i: 1: J)1.F: DIEH.: the hOft\-l will content myself with the with t the purple curtains. card sir ami before any assistance cauld

uine. ;J'ifdS: tlti'iDll\TEEC1IANTS: COMMI.noN I Stone W & Co., When ;umm'r'" verdant beauty flies cha\'lus\f; his pretty clall ,htt'r.Vhat say Fie i is the last rc'ich< him h was run iluoogh, and, manufactured
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11&.tR"! I I" Xo.1 Watir slieet, Aid Autuin ;glows with richer dyes, you u my fads ? You take the gold and Of the I noble Fifty-Six who in the Revo- into No. 1C, super extra; cotton waqyarn. )

Dolbse ,,v;'tI1(' '-.'"\ ''..". 1IAllD\vAiu:, De" 12 A 1'.llat'hic011'1a.! A soil charm beyond teem bcIt =- ransack tire cellar, and I'll bear away the I It i ii lOll, stood forth undismayed; by I the axe .,

r Btl ''T. .' II01' ;? 11.\1'. is: the Ihdian] U111mf I haughty: ; Mary.' or ihbet-tllt'ir mission the freedom of an 'I ?-s-swow I believe your joking 1*
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Ij.,.: CH t,;. 1\!'.l V.1'\ ..,L..SI.. COMMISSION: : !.o' ''hU'tUU; ; Ere'inl'r's* snows and Winter's breeze Elated: uiih, the piospect of filling their a,ge, the salvation of a country-he alone stuttered t Jonathan.'Fact i .
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( r4 poikets: with the 'root of all evil,' and remains. I *
U .. replenishing sir, continued strips er, and his
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nLvitI Auachicoli; : .. 1 lit1 i their exhausted canteens with I One by one, the pillars have crumbled i disconsolate: mother: came down_ two days
No. o3 Water s-trecl" ilmy Spi'mj: renewal sees
not god I liquor I the soldiers i insisted: upon niak- J from the roof of the h'mplc-and now the ago, and gut, five bunches of that same yarn,
E. J. lIa d :'" _____ :\.11.1l'h icola, Fla In the sweet Indian Summer! ill uz; ihe attack that very night, anti! after l last> t-a: trembling column glows iu the sunlight : as meatu-ioK! re.ics.
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i If! "I ;L1. .1.\CllIUI'I ii-i': ':).: nllllillal'II MEUCHAXT!!j ", J., 'mE.II1..lI I I\Y.) DAMKI. .. DAY..T. And thus, dent love, if early years diaining the last drop to thcsuecessof their i as it i is about to fall.I By the) nughiy! that c.\:'r I"' true !'
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.>' '"S'c:' .-; ;lI'I' a. F.J .\. Day ACo.., Have drowned tne Reim of joy in tear?, expedition; : hy laid down on the grass ro'' But (for the pillar that crnmbles, there is I 'Facl. sir; fai-r; irrd each of his ftllowstudent" !

UDC COM1ISON 1 M t Hi; I: (MI A NTS, A latter gleam 1'1! boj:>e appear) *, rest lII.tilll1idui.o i i ht.. no hope that it shall ever tower aloft in its I PUrl'"I'11; :t skein apiece to I be set

| J AIINt ( o. : .' No. 52 Water Miet-t, J lt like: tbc Indian Summer. Scarcely hid; they .composed themselves i: I pride again while for this old man, about to I I i in lorkets, anduru in remerubrriiuce: of
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nilj I'-Vililiv.\ 1f\IU \\.'.. .ll'.I.L11.E:) AND[ SHIP.*. Gi.'. ,%j.', \-Pnt= ''or tit! I' :1.t Aiilc"Ui-ola: ., i T'h';.I"'IM,f'Fa.CI)." to sl"i p v.:.3Ii'' ,, Juhi ;;; 'CIe-. f, who, seated: sink into the night of the grave there' i is n ,I u leia; i ted wnuh !' --,

nci K&N1,) ) CASTING, tie': .t'O! cihm lasnanc-.>." iil j jtir. lie! "liart- And de the FIIOr i ai* (ile-cpno', in !m: i;\il). with\\\ his he-.d; : without the rave, 'I j glorious hope. [His memory will live. His !I Is that a faet. now MIS he really carded,

\/r.: ; /)"?''", Iron, and CopPer .! Iimrincc-(-'."--II I .irtu>rl Ciuu'hI' .. Oil, rust me, dear one, chdnselcFs friend, h hOur <111 ovf-iheard!: the who! ; conversation } soul will live. not only iu the presence of its spun and set in locket* ?' A .sn.e of personal .-
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1'\0"t' r lr(.-. : t 3o.nc-t falling years may bnl.tlyvcnd, floated filently down with the i tide, keeping! ) j( God bin on the tongues and in I the hearts I danger licit- shooting across our.hew-:
Just like the Indian umml'r. close in the shadow of the bank and landed of millions. mind he
Apalarhicoh_. ,_Fa. COMM ISSION I MflRCIIANTS I: l I ; I ; Th band'in which he courts began; to retreat precipitately

..-- - --- -- ;I.." Indian Summer "milt1 for m(, a >shot distance btlow! I the suldiors. one can never be forgotten. without waiting for an an>wer. .
W. CHKEVER.
I' \TM. .1.'I., fur f.'ic I.vtTyvelcon.c; ':Jliou inus-t I be, I Me was when his progress was interrupted 'Hie last There was not much room to spear be-

ij1I l. Ctf'VCr. SUN MUTUXL I IXI: \\Cr. COMPANY, For wbpiiviili ill-* ends by t the approach of the dii! : ool1 on his As the venerable old man stands before twxii himself and the; gearing of the card
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p g'.M' .sI'lN. 21 Water.vl t I.KC-street! II A YTS! oj 1'if! l.'tfII'1' }'<>i'f, 'TIs: like'! lli.s-iiii'1: of tvilv fnc'iu.1Siimm 'Vay I lo visit I the hoi.se of \iI r. Cornelius Bemaiest I us, I the declining day imparts a warm flush 'behind. Another step l.ackuanls; comple-

'Ji ,,tv' Vi : .\jI.lI.H'hh.oh( Fla.E. No. 31Valer
and -_ Dec 10 -_\.1.11, -- u'hicoh.- --; Fa. ,- ------ | !become his bride as soon as the war I;J 1o of light. His lips move without a unwhisperables: being of large calibre the.

: n, IhLJAlv. ..\31. Pnl'cl' A: {'o. lH itcIiuuciitIi should be ended. I i j sound ; lie is recalling thescenes of Declata- process of snarling/ i them up into a hard

the n'to:1: t% rl1al, C\I.ilS:: l.S (JOOMS! A\li COMAHSSIONMEKCHAXTS. ) lie delayed but a moment to examine the i lioti-he, is murmuring the names of his knot was no ways slow. Our hero gare

I ;: I 11II: I: C: HANTS : i ---- --- -- --- -- --- --- ----- priming i ol his rifle and to form an estimate brothers in the good work. longue' instnlcr, ;iml by the twentieth pyrn-

\. 12 \\df.T rvi.-Up >tiirs.Aiiilichicol.1 No. 4 U'aler Street.t FIGHTING FOR WIFE.. of i t the number of the All ]
'urTlj Fa. t troop, and then borne gone but him l'iono\\eembodhnntl\\e\ \ \\ music was melodious' -

------ Ii>c 'i .Apalaohicola] Fa. 1Y1.. T. loocar. upon I the wings-of anxious love, bun icul Upon the wO'Jlls"'d}: d 'with the'rainbow His 'explosive{ tones' were scientific

iJn'1: I'rcston, D. K. Wood V Co., About a quarter of a mile below the city across the country and s'lon reached the of the closing year-upon the stream d:irk- and did honor his knowledge of dynamics.Gen .

1:.. ;"), \11:1"iI i : I VNT A\-D I TOBACCO COMMISSION I AXi D F O RV A R D I NG of New Brunswick in the bold precipitous h house of his father-in-law elect uInchwasi .enedby masses of sh'uJuw-upon the homes .1 Scott himself could not have )protested

.: : 'fJ-{ \ D !RKO'ivKfl. MERCHANTS: I southern bank of the Raritan is a singularly i! ainteresting three miles from NRW\ Brunswick, a p eeping.out. from among the leaves falls! more lordly against an attack on his rear.*

te.lt. .,ci!::: ,t.-.n) ',' ? f'cdd: !, u.k room.! No. 7, Coluuilms) R.V.V, cave. The entrance which is.I' short dis.ance from George's road. Here mellowing the last light of the declining "O-h M-u-r-d-c-r -Let go J-

Ajl.llchicd.\; :tw. -2 ,1,40. AptIcIiicnliiFla._ just at high water maik is small an 1 narrow i I lie ullfuldefllhe whole plot ; and Deman'st.it diU'- you h-u-r-t. Bla>>tyour picture-Let go *

n. t : .. '1. Utili.; AI.VA \VVMI:, WM A. IcKXZIE. and the two perpendicular rocks which on1|I true patriot, armed himself: his two sons He will never see the sun rise again Aunt ye ashamed; Git out-'?aini. pooty.

11 j* C\J\t\I-\l; i N" JIIKKCIIAXPJ, Vryiio & )1( 1'-, ;)zic, either side support the hill, appear I to have: and three nf' roe men, and resolved to defend He feels that the silver cord is slowly Darnation scir. ye Let alone on me,-

; No. 45 A'ater stieet, COMMISSION M ERCHANTS been forced assunder hy some convulsion of, his family alter to the last ; and Van gently loosening : he knows that the golden I can't ye !-do !' f

A P.t.."CIIlCM.\, FAAr No. 4-2 Water street, nature. I Cleef swore to live or die with his betroth bowl is crumbling at the fountain's brink. The gearing by this lime had wound him

-J .lin 'IUl-=. Ivizene 1 W. Rogers. _Sept.---i 1-, 151tjJalachic._ __._ 1a. Fa. The cave itself has the appearance of ed. h Rut death; comes on him as asleep, as a up l so that he was obliged to stand on tiptoe".

c CIS V Co., S. & .. Schifn. having been excavated by human hands, :although They had: scarcely time to take the necessary pleasant dream a kiss from beloved l Ifps His hands were revc.lving tigerously i behind

fin*. JIoif MERChANTS, WHOLESALE: Hl'rI I f. GROCER, it is donbtlss the result of the con- precautions and make the proper Ip feels that the land of his birth has h him, but he dared nut venture thVm near
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i'11li \Vdler street, 2C/-:: I'drticuldratteanmi |>.ud to jitming up family, tinned suction of the water. The roof is f reparations debence.. when the party: arrived .. become a Mighty People aud thanks God t the "seat of war," le-t they too should be .

Apalachicola! Fa ste:unbo n-l yinp Mores. formed of soft red rock through which the I and demanded instant admittance and that he was permitted to behold its blossoms dniwn into liostilit its.

-.- .' -.-' No. 19 Water ftreet t water i is constantly' ;percolating ; its dimensions I a shelter for the night ; which was flatly re- of hope ripen into full life. The curd strippei threw oil the belt, bust

lt tS. C. H. Cos;allY. :)\*. Ii Ap-iliichicola, Fla. are, as near as 1 can recollect, about I i M l fused. The demand was repeated accomj In the tecess near the window you beholdan the momentum of .Ihc i-yhndir kept it

Green f; Co'ricry, II. F. Abvll, twelve feet long by five feet wide. i I I panied by a threat of violence if their requests altar of prayer : above if, glowing iu the revolving and our hero supposing it in fulloperation

Its .1. SSI MEIChI.NTS, j Wtm.'X': .4.M> RKI'AII., Years ago, before the deposite of sand were not instantly acceded to. Their f fading light the image of Jesus seems smiling burst out anew : .

\l). 3,, \Vtr-trtt. DEALER I IN nltTr'Jr.DlCI"E PAINTS,, which foniis, I the floor )bad accumulated: thr.I} 1 answei' was a shout of defiance from those even in agony, around that death-cham 'I Ohm. stop her! stop her wont ye !

I' APt.cmcii.Fv.Cn. : York. OILS, l'L.VS, &c-. &1.1",1 river at high tide flawed ill and filled thc i i I! within and a warning; to retire or suffer I the : her. i Stop her, do- I aint u>M, and I titter be a.t

.JIJIIlI j'7 jar.tw- (if.vew. -\] \ .r'>'IL'rjI3i! ci-\I{ :;:; Age
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; : Xi. :Ii{ \Vatertrcct.Jo'ui If. of C jf'.tnut and \Vatcr. :f net, Fa. snug hiding place and safe harbor; and, if II The soldiers! laughed at the warning, and dow. Tottering on, he kneels beside the going to bake Stop the tarnal mashpen-

-April. 11 ---A'nUchiroIa- .: tradition speaks; truly the tiny baik of the | one of:them, 'v/ho)( attempted to force the alter, his long. darke lobe drooping over the can't ye 1-do Aint ye got no feelin. fora

: S. S lntciaiu4, II. B>. 3)u'dcn, clunky Indian and the light r.inoe of the J i'door, was shot through the head by one of I. 'floor. He reaches forih his white hands- teller in distress I Oh dear I'll be

-O.VF.r.: ;: !{ .AM COMMISSIONMCiU. No. -2 Columbus! Bntldiri ,, painted warner has often bought its friendly t the negroes. 'he raises Im eyes to'the face of the crucified. carded and spun and wade into lockets !

1 i !II I\VT':, )"', on. 1M" __ Aahciiicula| l'a.3ejitii't :_ shelter. I This somewhat dampened the ardor of J .lc- nu-*a-lt1a flow IIi !h 1 was to

No. I VVji-r' s re-t. -- Salter Not alone to the poor T Indian has it afforded -I 'the solders!! who expected; to net with no There, in the snnctiiy; of an old man's bst Greene !"
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;R--Vri'uv-: -Ap\i.\rmcoi.v- .-- --; --_ : C O :11 I I" S lOX1 f: R ell .\ N T, a secure retreat, for at the period at I resistance ; but as m the plunder was too vail I h prayer, we will leave him. There, where a- The card:! was stopped at last but Jonathan's -

;\,. r. rst i'ipr X I. H Water street-Up j-tairs which we write, -ulthiouugli its existence wa* l M u liable: I to be :abandoned; without an Iii III t the deepening! shadow glows the image cloths were so tangled m the gearingthat

,,'. H\-'I\;, ;. !':.MrA :AkPG \ f',(. I. J"'I"I.i \p.llt'hir-nl.l, Fla. nut known, it was occupied on several oqcasions they began their assaults in efforl'l of t the Sav'mur; her, 'where the light falls it was no sligbt' task to extricate him.
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,j\'K-iit\-!.c. ,. ; ( 4! !LCii.1':; ----- by the pcr ccnted patriots. alter losing) two more of their number succeeded ':. over the! mild face, the wavy hair and tranquil Like Othello! he was not easily moved
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-.i't! :.Io'' }i.. ,V Pralf.SHIPPINu The hill I above which slopes gradually! to in forcing the door of t the kitchen eyes of the :aged) I'alriar h. and it was; only by ctittmg' out I the whole of

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P. W. CIlfl, X'*. in \Vatt-i Str.-ft, it still i is.) with! a dense growth of cedar, i,. 'h had retired; ) t to an inner room, and having Declaration on (hat' perilous day the 4lhj reeaed.!, ;

'J\J.t:: ; :i vn c o M : 155 lOX X iv 2'! AiMj.ifhirnla: Fi:. white pin and dowlJod-I(1, ( inmanvphes : I I h hi barricaded( I the door all t their dibits: ; to foice !j of July li7t(; : and) now that its promise; What are you abont here ?* said the
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MEV1i 1 t \ NT. ----- -- -- the sniface I entirely u free fiom t i it were I'mlK J I has: hl fit ermed into fruition. He seems to- overseer cnteiing.

'I!. c ':v./t of. l--i\'nr Patrvnazc. Sf. St. Taylor, brush!', was cal pttrd with a deep nm1-1 greenI'he i A IK r de-liberating a few moment*:, two of I He does smile on it again even as His No.Iiing': Sir:only ripping flats answered -
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-.\1'. ...t.\CIU. .-: :-; >-n, FAC COMMISSION I .\x i r wlrrj. I' I t the 'oldlrr.i1'111 out and returned: with a I ?culpiured iunge meets the gaze of Charles the stripper.;

l' )''H, tU 0 I' H Xu.r Jtll'.trl'et. fine view ;ilf nnll'.IIIIhe elevation.; '. 'fenm mil; with which they soon battered I Cairoll I of (Canollton Our hero nut earring to resume his

: i I:. i tl )': \j !' ICtl.\XT: p.>:}t2 1 ly Aui.ii'bi; *,la. the shady: diV! !:! ud: deep iIlile. combined: (down I tlie door, receiving, as 1 it fell the (lire Tnt: L.tSTOI' THE SIG tr.s. 4 pursuit of knowledge!: under ilifiii uhies,* a
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!U "-!1. ( : '* at'ct. im" with the wihleinc-s!! nf *C''II"rilh) which' oflhc I party within which diJ much I cxecution. p.itrnf: <,"1':1.:1110&; iv< K- i-inn.Lx; lu.m.-d him,
::..\.. I :. [From the Yankee Clade.] and he t./tlut(1 sndtlt '
n." N-'tnre-his I: !o highly:: endowed it. lendr-is': 'l ji> ttn--irii; 3Iill [Hill.
r I ':.r .\1P IIcy.D. '1.o;xl *V Co. A YAXKLj; IX A COTTOX I AC TOII Y.Dtn .
fhi- well II1:1nin A desfiatp hand t to hand giving a serifs of hori kicks with
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-- ..- ME 1 : I UC HA NTS \ it'iIiit. \';.lilifld' an.I s"nliw'lrnmalilir'. : I in w hit lm! one of I the negiocs was killed I : L.\UJ-I: )id }ou ever t'C. rend), leg mi his way, as if to as
Dp faUh ?C2 Cul'imVn Uuildiiiz j)iiiiiig: liio ci'ter: ;put (,(( the H\'ohl- (H.ir'ghf; :and ali ih": heimc ilelenders I I.oolllll'd or hear tell of '..1 Green 1.,,' in a co'HolI lie had brought away I his; full comp.'iment!' of'

V ni i I' i ii .j.s ;[ON'ME-ICII! ANT, Oct. Apala"hici tifI). ihi:-* -e.ti.in! of:the Stair" being near: the \'. ( more or less severely, except one ''. null ? limbs from the curd machine1.!'

A NJ ';;EN.:.; \f. ;E.'r. 1.T.. il. l-iMIn As Co. sa hoard was; ill pussewsinn of t the HI I u i ilih ; 'of: ihe hiothers.i I I Pray don't answer hIJ-don't loose

1 I"iA.CU.%, A I..*. COM MI J S3 I 10T MEIICIIAXTS I ; seviialKiriii'r i : "'I.llt r" 1,1'r. of I the tvood short di 'the hope of nd i Yank*'es in I Hot Baths Y'inkees! iu II esloialors' -
No. 43 Water Street! a ia IICI' from I the river, ; booty ; : limning to revenge !j
lliterto () 2. AiMlachieola! Fa. and their t ; ai'd liutrh.ist'tllI.swer: Yes The account of the duel whiehvc cx-
: _. _. 'id. Sniieoe icceivcd a s'iiousoutid} roiniAdetheir I attack was !most jill- i .
ur.vt.,.4p', (I> ::.'\\ Orleans.yz J.- C. _\!hiiVI1IC.i --,- within i a few mils! of t the b:;IJ k. '! I pctuoiis J and, t the besieged ,.lIuil .. battling':;. ;Mine: is a Yankee i in a uric jtftuse. IIi i.< j l' tract of, Gen.J.is.has been given Ilamiltnri.to the public in a letter -
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rr.n &) \k1r. \ !*' and !;-t.iil jtpr! in 'rj'\a-the evening of a mild pleasant day 'lor ihe'n hvi-s! ihcir property and those who) ;j dilommi: a Yankee; Ji.r-V/i elluis'-a !' a'fHllpaniedIr.
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-H !'" l .\ !1ic.la.III" DltlGlt 'fJCIP.IT( J :, OILS, in the month (Cf' J ii lie. I;77. The sun had 1 are dealer: than hie or property met their'Iocs live Yankee in the card-room{ nf a colton Randolph to the fid! on this occasion,

--_-- -_ l11.\; =;. mlL'-llI; J &c., &c. already sunk behind I the! t thick finest t trees, 'I with t u IdItIIC'luiui; bravery. Van Cleef mill in conjunction with Col. TutuaU, then inCOII'I't'S3.
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a/: \ I\'I 'The plain unvainlshe! I facts in the ca"e from Georia.I .
their although salne' ,
blight: foliage still gilih-d) !.j' its lingering i ; bleeding proiui?ely from fc I
aftgscaual[ Xoticcs.ffPXBY ; ;
.7 rrntrat tmtirlmtiit (!af I'I The nirlit before the elu'f.Ir.! .
Ihtsl"-\ Randolph
as pnhtii ;ans are I straw-i .
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wound
and their his forehead wielded hisweapon
huge Mending, across ;
Kl"Yf & &c. rays tops oMt 1
HOOK:? IILAXK'S STATION c.,
sent for I four.d him
me. calm hut
l hatted t a"tIvlli.l.f'red. six fnoter.-o of. in a
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cor. of .li'ja.iut fe CUIIIIWrcI'.Iret't:. in bold contrast & :Iillt I tIe gli'Vvln' ; ; sky. ) with almost! siip; rhuman I energy, tie
) ( (b h l"I' I D.inf ) ., -. the purely u!uirliri.Itcul-ca, riu' in yesterday j singularly f kind a:.d ccnfi,ting mood.! He
II. t _ A IHl.1chicui.l.. \ As t the shades; of twilight: gaiheird o'er 'dealing diadly blows at eveiy sweep and
-- I! from ((1eeu1e with a load of wood for the j jI tolil me lie had omtlhi! :). on his mind to
; it i ius rfsicU'ice, OHIH-I ol l E{. ts. J5avlcy, the bosom of t lie" waters; a light: skiff! propelled 'contesting I j every ir-ch! of space; with t thcj J tell

Hi.'} street;, "PI1.lte| the M."-i-; FACTOR! .\) :) COXIMJSS'ON 1 : MERCHANT, by a single paddle.l !i iletitly! :ii{'roarh-: : in.iihicK'; d ;assailants.; j I Ij I factniy compmy. I Having I ,. piled; his wood j! lie me.then rl'rnarkf'-'lIamilton.! I de-

ci Nov s. N-. -.> '\It'r .ft.t, ed the sotitheiu shoic, a sh'i,rt distance bei j The t tide was tunning I in fivor of 1 the to the satisfaction of the Sqniie, he bailed; j urn
termiu'-d wit Lout
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>--- - -- Df-( :> -\c d da"'iiciild Fa- 'low the rave. As it lotiehed the bank, a' 'dragoons! when t the nfncer, springing forward 'his: %team with a bundle of green gras reiive returning. Clay's
r. A. W. Chalunll, fire ; nothing slnli in'rat' iii, to Inrin hair
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stout Itll. handsdiuely! formed, )111.: It. stepped l In sie/e the girl xvho Irid[ swoonedfioin v/ay
'-'ivpr1.' iitii; >trll'C' of U. S. ILuv'ey! Avi'iyV; .Janc", I the frif.lit: aliowrd himself be thrown purpo
lightly to vliorc arid about i to t j joli'
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*i CI?atDlt! st I*'er.) Residence at t the! GROCERS A: < :'o .! .MIS:H( 'N llnCIl.\XTS, ; % capital iu the puicha- of root beer and widow, ti ir his chihhen (orphan; Their
his little ran I hignaid; I and l received tremendous !
to :
XII. I.J\V.ii.-rMri'< t.Dr.1 a piojfctmg root, a i
T<11 I n J v when
blow i.>ingibi(';ad at Ham; ?. he started fr. see the |i grave. ;
!.irroiiVa.! fiom Van
) A :" when the approaching ol hor..eVai Cleef's riflf-hutt which '
-i!I; 2-1 tfU' ________ : tramp ( tli3 sod:! ol Virgmi'i: rt-sts ,
-' .- heard in the distance ; quickly he cprrmg ciushed his skull! and t/.I-llI'd him to I the ;. city: -filling his conntinance: rapidly with on myosom
;Iwu.d 'IiU'Iy. I bertis Mil ill I ili \\i.e'url,1! individual;
:
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G. .IE. DuviSMH r.Y11II'J! \' '.ljCiJT1); : DEALER) I back: into the fragile )bill, k. and gliding it floor, a lifeless I anil bloody coipsp. I I j II i I I the bread and chewing vigorously as heI ,! to I'III': I tiibnf'KMiti nlll'(.'> I Hiees I,

r.k v \ r\SELLOKAT LAW, I'* iJHY <;eLi! :S AN1: 1 fiMe.l. and his head
'f'trl'I..- p'Jli' in cither! of the NI>. j.) \Ydter: .tR:.-t. :lIlllldian. diiecied his coursp: inwards; the the dragoons; fl.:-d, leaving nine of their number 'I i He icachcd: t the iron 'foundry machine i :j'rI re-ting uj-on his hand

dj'',',. ,;. ': ... f'f'f _r .Apal-'rhicfli:. Ta. cave. I Iu a few minutes, I I he had reai-heil t dead upon ;the spot I shop:: and I.: oppu ile the I warp-mil! a: he 1" lII.iiIH.tI(. silent. -

r- ii.rly: in Franklin, Cd 1.t"'IIII''r l.t 1- LIr) ;oiII. entrance, and till'ifr! with its living f freight i All t the Ueinere-t: familv;, recovered from I '. I the handsveic; going in fiom dinner. The !j I replied. lily d -ir friend. (i.rr ours was

-nit t <.'.-jrts-jttd mil uji' n I ";; .'!'!' ; :: O tI 1J\1r oI, I was; soon hidden! fiom vif'At t i the same .1 heir wounds ;and Van (Cleef: as soon as u ; !I i guls! wore huriying iu ;as only factory ctrls ;i: a p .stiininons f. il mtship b' qne.liIH.1 bv
0 Lh--y'/Kor-- ', ..j'a'H' '-!-/ 1l.ta-: : -and Jonathan: u nict'IIIIIIl.t to, : our motheis) d t- ly n. .ijriroti hav
ft as Cq'IIIo&'I. in any Court : *' 1 ; lime a company of British; dragoons rode. peac wai dedalf'cI.as rewarded with i ihe :; can huny ; :
: j enr iV.Mern ttrr uit. lie \\ 111310&0.i 1 I.t'. T'.h, ''111 fi ig:, S I't'l i'l ;. Ct." !.:, : uji t to ihr bank above, and i disnmnntin<: I theypicqneied hand he so nobly! defended ; and j judging; :; such an air.iv- of phd: shawls and hoo-l bun I: mentioned this/ .s'.ilj'-ct lo me. for .von cille l

i tithe C"i.irl 'If AppciN at Tallab.i-- riI.'IIJtI": Calicoe*, D-l i:ws, I 1I..IPro. &.c.c.. I I their hordes, %threw I their :arms on, from 1 the 1IlII1< teal force of I the \.11 Ch't'f.I r':t. nets (if posited his goad stick upon t IIIf stairs. j upon me to go to ihe fir Id. ;TC'I! >eeou .
Lti>! '-is i 'Ii wu-'i, J he will always be F>r..sletiy; D. ELLISON At CO i aud stall-i-d: in (0 s.c what te tronile WaS M shut down or to ;assume the responsibility
j
'>". I the g rI' and commenced! ihoir eening family in I\Yv J''rs..*y, i it has fulfilled 1 to I the !
''los! ;it..ve itcJ by arrldcnl.CtllI. JaIl -23 W.IT.rtrcC'f. : I| The clatter of the operatives soon absor-i i in regard to jour own life! in sustaining
: ---'- -- meal. For sour I time I I the silence! was only letter I ihe scnpturu j ( injunction: IUClcase 1
S'ptctiiber: I'slG. 'l'i'u. 1',, I bed his whole attention. Bfing, however you r deieiminaliou to t throw awitv.. But
tii .ikn by an orcasional and mu ijiunpo rt.u mit and multiply.
: and dnuMo! tar .,1 l--by i of an enquiring rum of mind seeing muchj[ on this subject a ma I': own conscience and
'lI1all1IIIIil l, i
A. SINGLE tlieir
G. Scnuncs, I 1 I liunger was: IlI''a..t'd.1I | ;
I 17 J. C. ALLKN.Dit. that calculated whose j his own bdSotn are his best monitors. I will

| { \KY AT LAW. LTTEUC;'jf"'nr'S: : i j' The elJt"'IIS"t'I'I: put 1 in I requisition, and [From the Pbilade!]>hia Saturday Courier.] was iu mechanics perplex had; been one mostly! : j jobsfiv.itiotis I| not advise ; t but under the enormous lUJIIl1provo'J..l'd
\ in their
,> ifSimmon's JititMing, glowing warm potations, they becamf -
> THE LAST OF TIlE SIGN I lIS.: personal insult have offered
f-ol Itt, Jlousl l CO.2OLei1 i "hun. boisteious ihnir mirth confined to threshing mchines and com I you
Celtre.Cor:1n"f'f: :01 tres.A1iIathiiri,1 II"il| ill ; olle"lIa..l.d
Fla. .in; vcrv -irici; ;; /ns leinfiJ: l.r: t'xl.-i iftt'i I t-: of his and hair-: 1V r.EORGE Llrr'\ID. shelters he began lo push vigorous inquiries i\Ir. Clay, I cannot dissuade. I feel bound.
T ; many% exploits) ( ;
--- rllilr l1I diat,'ly, if a n.xr" | ap.difaMon) : I h. bie.idih: escapes: ; another related legends of j I Ia Come to the window old man ill all directions. In this way he made I however to communicate to Col. Tatnall
of,111)1'I thea'iovftuntried: sinno\.iiieos. Hi- decision.
roadl' (
H. n. Owens s-ddii-r's love with hold Come aId look last m this himself acquainted successively with the your
third
T FloA and :,-i"itopi.isi'i t ( : ba-atlaii"d t a vn\ e.IcH'ivecelp'inly \- ; a a marI your upon I He begged me not to do so, and said 'he was
and internal of the
Hi\ IJV AT LAW tcil vik -ned the slumbering echoes beautiful earth The day is dJing-Lhe external economy licker.
t 'f'-i itsinvaru'ilc'li'.slrui'tivi; fir(:C- I song, : I I much afraid that Taicali would takn
Li doubled and I very
hY TOX, RdTbo'ir% County, Alabama. tcrtie- that orI.r of ,insect Fur pjle[ by and (frightened the night-birds from their year is dying-you are dying ; so light, and I beater, 'lap-winder the studs and refused lo out with him*
S.liSj' SIj.; 2-tf Anrt M J- C. ALLEN Driisi'ist.c"arlHTit perch. i leaf and life, mingle in one commot death, 'speeder.' By Iwo o'clock he had extended go
researches far the breakers' and I I however. sought Col. Talnall, and we repaired -
his
rs* Extract ofWARR Rnchu. At length weaned by thier hilarious efforts as they shall mingle in one resurrection. as as about midnight, to Mr.

Roois! all:. Stationery. VN TED gcnmue, ft.rsale I by and their canteens nearly emptied Clad iu a dark morning gown that revealed 'finishers. whom Randolph'slodgings
found
""i .IItlrlaIS D.iy Books, .c. ; 17 Jl. C. ALLEN. their conversation turned the business; the outline of his tall form now bent He reached the latter just as the card: we reading Milton'sgreat
l'Ic 'I'II r.a" and Letter Paper; -_ upon the flats.' In this poem. For some moments he \would
( for sale of the following other things I with age-once so beautiful in its erect stripper was stripping :
I reccfvedand by day. Among I \
Itl ''I1'ralhl1n: !Rook ; : OIL, just the thfoards ] j not permit us to say n word in relation/ to
i:l Rlv r-r RUN SAL"\D 1 117 H. J F. ABELL: the officer of the parry (a vulgar looking manhood-rises a man from his chair, which operation cylindcruf exposed j I the duel and
L' approaching
Jmg; ._ j j is covered with and totters to thuwin.Jow to view, and is seen revolving with a .very at once commenced -
'for Lter Preil -------. "For SaTci lieutenant) 'unformed his comrades) that in I pillows, one of those delightful crilit ot.v; which
sntUfied i with
p-lliftt Kxrhi'ig: the 1II01IlJl at a
I! 1 alld ff sale bv 1. 5!) i.M4 !M' 1"01; *'J li'' :U S.iir.J.i ; country lass whose charms had made sad I I hands. hero i oetry needs introduce. himself: AOer'a ,pause C'ol. Tal nail remarked : Mr.

____ 'H F. fl1dL.. combines all the of childhood between the cards to get a nearer view. you
nod ardent of admiration swecteness ,
\'ii. "> .l Prints the 10'1'. for ('Rh. byM4rC11 pliinents expressions not to Mr. fire I mast
nrin 'i an by : his nether return Cfay's; : say
lt raif' 27OUR'E. STONE & CO. had been received with wi h the vigor of matured intellect snow This[ movement brought hahili'I''I''I'lI1ent
0 lo-.v for '''''. by .-----.-------._ contemptuous into proximity; to the I to you, my Ilear sir if I am only going tn
white dangerous
CO. scorn and that; when 'taking his leave he hair, falling in waving flakes around a
B. ELl/SOV:f & andCapstY the all mw .fr cat! by ; see shot down, must find some
you you
card and
high and brow that gleam withi lug of the next 'thereby hangs a ,
21 Vjttrfreet.re 11'TS n. I..LLhU & CO. had attempted to snatch akiss from her rosy open eyes other friend.

?;Itd CaV.r --- lips, she had dealt him such a hearty bo i mild, clear light a mouth moulded in an tale..' ,
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Oil and Water, Mr. remarked that such
Saratoga Randolph
For Snlc, You I She r I was
Poty-ron
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goes
almost divine ? say
rned and his ear, that his head fairly rang again. expressiou-i'f benignity
for sale upon
by his determination. Afier
I I fHHD choice N 0 Sugar ; It: is the 14th Nov., 1t32 the hour i is she, Boss ?' said Jonathan, inquiringly. some conversa-
H. F. AHELL.'ft lie had resolved to humble the proud beau ; .
I I I I) bbIs Flour, hyFeb.2 She don't do else,' responded) liod on the; subject I induced Col. TatiulJ; !
-- : sun-set and the man: is Charles Carroll of anything }'
a ,
e'y" and to accomplish that he proposed to
Tonic Iilixture.'valuable NOUR E, STONE & CO. ty, 'But be careful| 10 allow Mr. Randolph to take his IJwn
must
compound, fluid! evlract of Balsam of Wild;;j his troop that they should assist him in Carrollton. the last tf ihe siguers. stripper. around you this very hardware.I/I course, as his withdrawal as one of his .
how J
Ilna and Rubra f iiriiws I : : and Swayne's bearing her from home. Ninty.five years of age, a weak and trembling you move among
a vegetable febrifuge received and for sale by I 'Twas last week sir, that a promising [. friends might lead to very injurious misconH -
Ir 'I y only ,
tof Fever and Ague. Sold by Cherry, just J. C. ALL.EN. Old Demarest. ,' said hr, '18 rich, and his old man, he has summoned all his I

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... At last Mr. Randolph smiling at. the most precious season of the year. J the failures of Messrs. E. M. Cooper & Co. i { f[ j ADVRTIS\ { IN FLORIDA here us from. future ,,,nag' trr.J:
said : The the overflowed increasing CJIf taxation
rivers in vicinity commission and East India merchants The
agents
Well '.Tatnall I ::--- -= -- =...:--=:: ..::==:::::--= maps of the interior
it is estimated rivers
promise you one thing ; i the devastation that -- CHANNEL THROUGH TilE PENINSULA.FELLOW of
and of Mr. F. II. Glover merchant THURSDAYNOV.4 iwv. Fiord
a "APALACHICOLA
if I see the devil in Clay's eye, and that withar the loss which will be thus sustained by ; CITIZENS :-The State of Florida exceedingly imperfect; for the
dice prepenie he means to take inv life I "Nueva Filipina," will not be short of a trading to Portugal and Gibralter, were added ---- ----- improvements. of hammocks along thick gr
remunerative thcjr
authorized of -
may change my mind-:a remark 1 knew he million of dollars. to the list. On the 29th, the failure of ($2- The following gentlemen are is susceptible many mar; gin"
made Agents for the CO.MMEKCIAL.; ADVERTISER,and will By this term, I mean such improvements through the contiguousall marshes
merely to the of Tire markets remain since the
propitiate anxiety his : unchanged Mr. Edward Porter, yarn dealer, was an- 'Prtc!,
advertisements
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riend. last mercantile advices, dated the 9th inst. receive and receipt for subscriptions, or as would pay the capitalist a posibility of meandering thein" ,
nounced Messrs Birlie, Corrie & (Oo. tem- ,h
Mr. Clay and himself met at four o'clock [ N- O. Com. Times. ; :- handsome profit an the amount of capital and compass. The C
the porarly suspended payments, but will carryon WM.; ,V. CHEEVER, Esq.) Albany, Ga. surveyor m ovt I
succeeding evening the} bank of the
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fore the
IlAnmiAS. liufaula. Ala. invested. The first thing that go up rivers in a boat
presents
JACK :
Putomac. But he saw no de\'ir'in Clay'j"yce' Foreign News. their business ; and several minor housesin Major _____u _. ____ and l IJIb
---- -- - ----- itself as being most important for the inter the courses from bend) to bend
but a man fearless! and expressing the ARRIVAL OF THH STEAMER CAMBRIA. Manchester have yielded to the pressure.Six he map

mingled sensibility and firmness which belonged The Steamer Cambria, Capt. Judkins, or seven failures have also occured in TOIL PRESIDENT, ests of the State, is a channel through the great labor ascertain the distance '

to the occasion.! fourteen days from Liverpool, arrived at her Glasgow, including the firm of Messrs. ZACHARY TAYLOR. peninsula of Florida. In days gone by, few men would be willing to ode hake m

live.1 shall It hay never been forget this misfortune scene as to lon witness as I wharf East Boston, eight o'clock Tuesday Reid, Robertson & Co. and which l last falls ==-.= -=- -: ----:-_-------::- ::-:- ---==- =----=== this subject hrs been spoken of with much labor without being paid for it-

my morning. CHRIST HEALING THE SICK. interest. A survey of the Country has been appropriation has been made info
se\'eralJueli 1 Manchester.
but never saw one, at least heavily upon f '$
in its sequel, so deeply affecting. i The most important news that she bringsis The only additional firms of any moment We are advised by the gentleman having made, and several routes have been pro pose, f take it for granted thatf 'r

The snu was: just sinking behind! the hills the report of further failures. which have given way in Liverpool, are charge. of this great Painting of West's, posed, but this great matter has heretofore ',our interior rivers have been corrt'!'

of Randolph's of :the own Virginia. Here were Flour and Corn has an upward tendency.The those of Messrs. W. Steel & Co., Canadian: that he will visit our city in a short time, rested upon the shoulders of the United down on maps. This is ihe first thiol 1''

two most extraordinary men our and exhibit it. It will, of course, attract It time for done in reference to the
country in its prodigality had produced, European Times says : merchants, and 11r.Villiams Maury, States. is high to begin to act construct,

about to meet in mortal combat. At our Corn I Exchange to-day there isa American merchant : Lake, Calrow & Co., universal attention-there are few.in our ourselves. A heavy debt is upon us. Re- proposed channel. There are t three

While Tatnall. was loading: Randolph's good attendance of country buyers and Calcutta merchants, and T. & M. Murray, community but have heard of its merits as pudiation is fastening itself upon our character. the head waters of which it would j be, ::

pistol, I approached my friend], I believedfor dealers, and a fair extent of business is pas. East and West India merchants. Rumour, a work of Art. Other improvements are diminishingthe survey carefully. These are the St.j,

the last time; I took his hand ; there was however is with the of six value of lands and other territories the Stiwanee, and the lower :
not in his touch the quickning of one pul sing in Wheat and Flour at improvingrates busy names or EUBANK'S HYDRAULICS. our ; With:'

Ration. lIe turned to me and said, Clay ; the former may be considered 3d. per seven other houses in this town, and confidence The first number of this novel and interesting are opening to the industrious emigrant.It chee. After having ascended these,

is calm but not vindictive. I hold! my pur- bushel J, and Flour fully Is. per bbl. higher is seriously shaken. publication reached us by the last is true that the general character of mentioned rivers to the highest Jl I j

pose, :Mr. Hamilton, in any event remember than last Tuesday. Prime Wester Canal i is The confusion into which these disastrous mail. It is! worthy the notice of mechanicsand the soil of Florida is sandy and (poor; but it steam boat navigation during a ,lime or*

this.! : On handing;: him the pistol, Col. events have thrown ihe manufacturing districts is with timber of the water it would be well to
supplied
Talnall. !sprung' the hair trigger.; Mr. Ran selling at !28s.:! per bbl ; Philadelphia and scientific mm, and will amuse and interest abundantly meander th eIt

dolph said : Baltimore at 2Gs, to 2Gs. Gd. per bbl ; sour says the European Times, mav- be the general rea'der.. The work is to finest quality. Lumber must become an creeks and ba7 uo's, leading to the '

'Tatnall, although I am one of the best 21s. to 22s. Choice American white Vheat easly conceived. At present we feel only be published in numbers. Grerly & McEl- article of extensive export ; but to what waters of tHe St. Julius river,. J, 1

shots in Virginia, with either pistol or sun, brings 8s. 4d. to 8s. Gd.; mixed, 7s. Sd. lo 8s.; the commercial results with distrust, whole- rath, of the Tribune, are the proprietors. Countries ? To Europe, and 'he Northern latitudes and longitudes of the heart "J

yet I never fire with a hair: triguer-besides sale and ruin home to States. But !how is it make the of these small water
and red, 7s. 3d. to 7s. Gd per 70 Ibs. Indian insolvency, coming possible to courses be
I have a thick buckskin glove on which will OPENING OF BUSINESS. earPIC
taken.
destroy! the delicacy of the touch and the Corn and Corn Meal find a steady sale at our doors. We trust that some means may The arrivals of several vessels from New exportation of lumber generally profitable, Passing over by |land ,10 the'

trigger may fly before I know where 1 am.' fully data rates ; the best samples command yet be devised to avert those evils ofl so long as it is obliged to go around the streams leading to the St.John's ri vet,'
York and elsewhere has impetus
But from his great solicitude for his friend, 33s. to 3Gs., and feeding quality 31s. to 33s. higher and more political character which a given a slight dangerous southern passage, burdened with the latitudes and longitudes be again rf

Tatnall insisted upon hairing the trigger.On .- of the to our hitherto stagnant I business, and and insurance ? The The distances from the head
per 580 Ibs. The market is also fully as general want employment amongst high freights high waters i'
toking p.isilion: the fact turned out as if the River should rise we might expect to
Mr.' Randolph anticipated, his pistol went dear for Oats, Barely Beans, and Peas." working classes during tho winter, must the life-like same burdens rest upon every other pro- western rivers, to the nearest head*
see city assume a
off before the word, with the muzzle down. In the prices of Cotton there had been a otherwise inevitably produce. appearance duct of the lands of the gulf coast of Florida. the St. John's will then be known. 1

The moment the event took place Gen. considerable decline. During the week Coffee and Sugar had experienced a de one more. The ducks are flying over daily, Now, it is certain, that in proportionto distance between the navigable waters oft

Gessup, Mr. Clay's friend, called out that ending September25, the prices of American and at every arrival, the mail boat, we are the facilities offered for the exportation of Withlacoochee to Silver Springs the hig\\
he cline.Hon. enabled welcome back the
would'instantly leave the field! with his to to "Sunny
descriptions receded 1-2d. per lb. From A. El. Everett, U. S. Commissioner produce will be the value of the land yield- point of navigation on the St. John's in<
friend if it
occurred again. ;Mr. Clay at South" some of the bipeds who imitate our
once exclaimed that it was entirely an accident !I Sept. 25th to the first instant, a further decline to China, died at Canton, Juue 29. feathered friends aforesaid, in their habit of ing such produce. This proposition needsno direction, is reported to be only rarr,1

and, begged that the gentleman might of l-4d. took place, and from the 1st Father Mathew has announced his deter- other demonstration than that of actual miles. The greatest elevation above {
I their north the close of
be allowed to go on. On the word being to the 5th inst., a still further decline of minotion to visit the United States in the winging way at observation, The lands of Tennessee and level of the sea is only eighty tan fa
given, Mr. Clay fired! without eO.ect11': I of 1848. spring. The fowls have one advantage over The
geological character
spring
l-2d. lb. Kentucky often yield a hundred bushels of of the
Randolph discharged) his pistol in the air.- per the animals, however, they improve their mutt
The moment that Mr. Clay saw that Mr. In the manufacturing districts the total In Ireland the resistance to the poor rates condition the of the North. corn to the acre, "which can be bought at marsh, alternating with sandy marl. f

Randolph threw away his fire with a gushof suspension of confidence has rendered it impossible continues in various districts. I. expense- -- from fifteen to thirty cents per bushels; but formation lies upon a sub-stratum: of,

sensibility, he instantly approached Mr. to transact any extensive business, The affairs of Spain are still very unset- ANOTHER FAILURE. the cost of exporting such corn beyond the limstone. Thus it appears, that thee a

Randolph, and said with an emotion I never and) alhparties" appear determined cautiouslyto tled. The latest newspaper rumors state I The Northern mail failed beyond Chat- home market is from twenty to thirty cents may be very easily removed throughout.
can forget, I trust in God, dear sir, f
!
my you
that under the advice of Lord Palmerstom tahoochee. Passengers who came on with whole of this
:
are untouched ; after what has occurred I \Tait, "nd to keep down production to the more, which makes the Southern sea port rourse route. There uj 1
the marriage of the Queen with Don Fran- the mail to Bainbridge, reached Chattaboo- the slightest reason to dread
would] not harm: you for a thousand worlds. lowest point. I market very from thirty five to sixty cents the efftcj

Deeply affected by this scene. I could' not Many of the Cotton Mills in Manchesterhave cisco is to be annulled, and her-majesty is chee in time to take the boat. The mail per bushel for corn. The average; price any quick-sands preventing the accompi

refrain from srasping Mr. Clay by the hand: been obliged to suspend operation. to be married to Count Montcmolin.: I for this place passes through Quincy, and will he about forty cents per bushel. It ment of this work ; for should the
and said!), :My good! sir, we have bern long I thus the which results in the failure. strike
separated but after the events of to day, I The commercial disasters recorded in From Italy the intelligence i meagre. delay must be evident from these facts, that the there !<

fee] that: we must be friends! forever.' foreign papers brought by the Hibernia: The Pope is firm in his demand that Ferrara Whether the schedule compels the con- farmer of Florida can always get his corn to abundance of timber all along the rout'5( :

should be evacuated. The insurrection in tractors, on the :Macon and Tallahasse route, which effectual and durable
have gone on increasio r. The mercantile market, at from ten to twenty cents per curbing mal
Latest Sicily is suposed to be quelled, whilst that to reach Quincy at any given time or not, bushel made.
from ;Mexico. community has beer, convulsed to the very cheaper than the farmer of Tennessee "
The James L. J!} Calabria still but no definite intelli- we do not know, but are informed that it As lo the manner of
steamer Day, arrived at centre, and the last week previous! the departure rages ; or Kentucky ; and consequently can always digging this t'j

New Orleans from Vera Cruz on the 22d of the Cambria from Liverpool is gence is allowed to reach the rest of Europeon does not. If it did, and the time fixed was undersell them, making the cost of exportation nel, I should be in favor of the bankj'.

inst. blinking. some later intelligence from considered the most disastrous which has tho subject. It is reported in Paris thata I such as to admit of connection with the beyond the home market, ':'is so made sufficiently sloping for the Part:!/l1

Pttcbla but from Gen. Scott into between the steamboat route, few failures would take much clear The Florida sand to support their
none We ever been koown the memory of the pres- treaty has been entered I profit. farmer own centre of gnj
give ihefolluning of the Austria place. \\'e commend this matter to the sells his from This, in the end would) t
summary principal ent generation.All Pope and the Emperor; in which I I corn at forty to sixty cents prove thecbnptfor ;

items by this arrival- descriptions of stocks and propeily renounces to mix in policy affairs the town I department. per bushel, and yet if his acre of ground grass: shrubbery and trees wouM*

On the :!!5th Sept. Santa Anna formally had depreciated. Consols were down as of Ferrara. I r produces only thirty bushels, it will yield grow over it, and under the Denial indut"
12EOKGIA:
Riunmuned Col. Childs! Commandant atPuebla LEGISLATURE. him as much clear profit, the hundred of such a climate would (01111,111 cirt-iA.i
The for active }hostilities .19
low 84. shares almost military preperations
as Railway were un- This meets next : We tire I
to retire from his! fortifications or body Mondy.
natural
betwced the cantons : bushels on the acre docs to the Tennessee. protection. The slope that i';
sailable, the depreciation on this des- belligerent of
he would attack him with a force of 8000 large informed by a friend who arrived here yes

men. Col. Chilrls declined the invitation.On cription of property having been greater Switzerland, were proceeding rapidly on the tcrday, that he saw crowds of Legislatorsand :! an or Kentuckian. The Florida farmer has be required for the banks of this din

the 23th the attack accordingly! than upon almost any other. 22d ult. The Cantons Zurich and Berneare office-seekers this further advantage-hi; lands are more would vary with the character of time gi

made. snd continued at intervals on the 29th The European Times, in a postscript dated alone able to bring in the field 40,000, hurrying Milledgeville easily tilled, and his crop comes into mar- gical formation through which it pMWhen ;
be the of the
to at session.
and 30th, the Americans returning the fire present opening
armed and ket several months before that of dIe Western the canal was tUig sufficient! ito
\vith bomb and) ball, doing considerable mischief one o'clock, 5th inst., S 1Yl-Matters: perfectly drilled, equipped.In Great doings are expected. There will, inall ;
and) killing Don Marino del Rio, while look more gloomy here this morning than Russia the Asiatic cholera is making be farmer. The Floridian may plant his contain water enonght for small bill:";
probability, quite a "flare up" about I
standing: on a back porch of his own house ever before. The whole commercial world rapid progress westward, in consequence of corn ; gather it in ; sell it ; and with the : barges! the work wonld then nto;;rn* i
the election of a Senator in room of Mr.
with his wife. must be brought to a stand-still if a turn do which the Emperor has deferred his visit to money take a change of air among his great rapidity. Earth can be emptied ct
Oct. t- Santa Anna at the head of 2000 Derrien. A large number of the Whigs '
Northern Western brethren and more speedily by means; IfYat r tJ
take Poland. return
not place soon. Acceptances are now
Cavalry and) Infantry and three pieces of look on that gentleman as adcad_ iccighl to
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the for the winter before other corn i is in than by carts and horses. ;
for where surities
Artillery left Puebla with a view to attack only provided can any
the
GOOD AD\'lct-An exchange paper, the party, and wish to get rid of him. Isis
the train which left Jalapa on the lth bring cash only-even Bankers' Bills are editor of which has had some experiencein friends will make a strong effort to sustain market. All these things tend! to set a high It has )been ascertained that the Gd

and which reached Perote on the 10th. used for that purpose. the world says : value upon the lands of Florida. This is Mexico is six feet higher than the Jt:!
him. There! is doubt but that Governor
But while on the march nil his command no
The failure in London yesterday of "John "Never neglect to read the Advertising the point which I am endeavouring to show. Ocean. The immense number of mi
with the exception of 130 hussars of his of a if would Crawford will be elected in place of Mr.
personal guard revolted and pronounced Thomas, Son & Lefevre," large Russian department newspaper you All other products of the soil of Florida are rivers such as Mississippi: .1labamal: !
know what it concerns every one to know, Colquitt to the other seat. Judge Dough
against calling him traitor, &c. Santa Anna merchants, is likely to cause great distressin where to lay out your money to the best ad erty, Wm. C. Dawson and Charles J. Jen- immediately in the market, with the advan- Del Norte and Apalachicola,which 8o"t i

subsequently received an order from the Manchester as their acceptances arc niven vantage. Competition is at its bight, and tage of but little freight to pay. the Gulf, together with the humlrei
government :it OIlPrf_._lrn. ... fn... .nrnr-poil.... tliittinvwith .!..;.......r kins are spoken of.Ve should rejoice if
--- ---- those who Have worm or When has lands for sale he usual-
for to a amount. anything buying a man boiling rivers flowing from its! ton
all the force he could muster, but he yarn great advertise. the country could have the benefit of the up
The :Mail "The last good bargains, always They ly points out to the purchaser, all the advantages and deep fill the Gulf! of Mt I
would European
:- caverns,
but
not go, started for Oaxaco, whichis says know it is the sure way to do a brisk and latter gentleman's: talents in the Senate of .
said: ) to bu on the route to Guatatnala, week has exceeded any former one in the profitable business ; and by selling quickly, United] States. of his lands. He shows the quality with such an accumulation of waters :

.ivhitherit is supposed he is hastening. present money panic, for the number and they are enabled to sell cheaply. Keep the of his woodlands-he tells of his fine the channels on the north and sooth:

Senor Pena la Pcna is discharging the severity of the commercial disasters which run of the advertisements. Sometimes the THOMPSON'S: DIGEST. crops ; and he takes him to look at the watercourse i Island of Cuba io not give it sufficient I

Duties any saved the advertise
closely over
by looking
At Vera Cruz on the 16th considerable the house of Messrs. Cockerell! & Co. were ments." L. A. Thompson Esq., for a copy of the Will the Stale of Florida do likeuise with her writers of the Gulf are always six feeifcj;,

excitement prevailed, in consequence of a compelled to suspend payment ; their liabilities Digest, which he has prepared and published lands! What wonders might a Geologistor than: those!'; of the Atlantic. If then. |
COLUMBUS COTTON/ MARKKT.: We regret -
.rumor Tcxes brought Rangers in by express had been that surroundedand a companyof are estimated at oCGO.OOO, but there are to state that our Cotton Market, since under appointment by the Governor, an Agricultural-- Chemist make known ? Channel were cut deep enough to be'ta<'

cut off by the Guerrilleros. strong grounds for believing in the ultimate the news by the Cambria, of a furterdeclinein made in pursuance of an act of the Legis- But what greater wonders might result from level with the Atlantic Ocean, there ,

''ixt.tire men belonging to the Massachusetts solvency of the firm. On Tuesday) Messrs. Europe, has a downward tendency. Today lature directing the performance of timework the labors of a topographical; engineer be a constant; rush of waters from the
Regiment had been turned Perkins Schlusser the price ranges from 7 to 7!. This' is in of law I have shown that the value of lands .
; over A :Mullens, in the India question. Every (practitincr was of :Mexico through the channel to thief

to Juan the de Commander Ulloa, in disgrace of Fortress, for of mutinous the San trade, failed with liabilities amounting to a better ml and however Montgomery, than ,the at prices the last at advices Macon and every person who has had any interestin always increased in proportion to the facili- of six feet. This current with proper; a:

about ,! This what was the Statute Law of 'ties of getting produce to market. The E
conduct.] 250,000. was followed on from those places.-[Muscogec Democrat. knowing agement would soon wash a t'h3Dnel 1

Cajt. Wells has been honorably acquitted Wcdnsday by the suspension of Messrs. Fry. What does Washington Union mean the State, has felt the urgent need of proper greater the number of these facilities, the enough,and deep enough fur shjp: t o J

by the Court Martial appointed to investigate Griffiths &Co", extensive indigo and Colonial by the following significant remark ? If," Degest, of the Acts of our Legislature greater will be the relative value of lands in through. Besides this, a very link! s,

r his conduct in the late expedition to brokers, the amount of liabilities not says that statesman as was supposed" (by and although we have not had leisure to their neighborhood. Florida is generallya would so turn the channels of man >:

,the.Gen National Lane Bri"Wls..t e.Perote on the 4th Oct. asertained, but stated to be very heavy. whom 1)--) if circumstances! do not permit examine the work in 'question, yet we low, flat country, better adapted for dikes streams 'as to make them feeders '' i
him withdraw from the Sabine
Kiiil had doubtless relieved Col. Childs. hi a The firm of Messrs. Lyall, Brothers & but from to the Nueces, not only to the Rio Grande,, have such reliance on the fidelity of its and ditches than the sands of Flanders but principal channel.As .

day or two afterwards. Co, stopped payment, there engagements are the President may have MISUNDERSTOOD/ the I author, and such is our opinion of his pecu- ] the industry-the enterprise is wanting. to the cost of this channel: were'

tea. Patterson had force of 4000 men said to be ,C40,000, but the house hope to man, or the circumstances in which he' liar f fitness for the important task assigned i Florida is also a low, swampy country. estimate of the iff'
make the
at a place called Vorgara and it was conjectured liquidate all demands upon them. To these I might be placed." We understood the him, that we do not hesitate to vouch for much better adapted for water channels thanit highest a''
that he had! hi view an expedition Union the other that depth of earth to be removed iif
day, as affirming
against some state not hitherto involved.An may be added several of smaller ;amount there was NO UNDERSTANDING between Mr. the Digest, as being in every respect what is for roads. But who ,wants rough land surely exceed thirty feet. Now, xc"eet .

expedition consisting of 3CO mounted viz. Messrs. Cockburn & Co., the army Polk and Santa Anna : yet if the foregoing such a work ought to be. We feel sure road, when so many smooth ones may be miles of earth thirty deep, and sit.::

men in two different squads, went out of agents, Messrs. Samuel Phillips & Co., in language means any thing, it means that that it is as perfect as it could be made by made with water? Is it not as cheap to -

Vera Cruz oil 13th after the guerrilleros, the East India trade ; Messrs. Alexander there was, and that the President has been any man acting within the limits of the transport any article of produce by water, as wide, will give five millions seventhend TW
under command of Turner and Armstrong thousand cubic yards.:
Capts. McDonald & Co., saltpeter merchants ; and deceived by the wily Mexican. It seems authority with which Mr. Thompson was it is by land ? What do experience and observation eighty } ,'
and returned on the 14lh having cubic|
difficult to learn the precise reasons which be'iemoved at five cents the -
taken and d'stroytd.llu:1ntity: : of amunition Messrs. John Shewell & Co., of the Stock induced Mr. Polk to permit Santa Anna to vested by the Legislature. say ? Citizens of Florida, put which will be two hundred and eighIJ1!]

1\nt.. killed a number of the Mexicans. Exchange, who were defaulters on the share return to Mexico. We hope, however, these simple questions to your own minds ttffi-
SCHOOL. thousand dollars. AH the other
account, but whose profits on the next that the next Congress will be able to find and then make your answer. Had you thaD
the arrival here We arc gratified to be able to announce works would not amount to more
HAVANA.-By yesterday Consol account will fully cover their losses. out the well-guarded secret.-[Rich. Whig. rather live near a good waggon road, or neara
to the people of this county, that there is Thus:+lit
the Brave Riddle, : hundred thousand dollars.
fcchooner
of Captain The provinces have begun to exhibit symp- TITLES,-The article ou "Titles in the good water channel" ? Would you con- :

prom ITavnni:.t the _17lll. .,. instant., we_ have__ files tioins of their sympathy with the metropolis.In U. States," in yesterday's Gazette, has called a school established in this city, which will sider your lands to be worth more when as we can come, without actual d0
to mind an anecdote which Mr. Jefferson enable parents to obtain for their children work could be accomfvery
jof to that date inclusive. important ,
papers this the of the firm of located near a road or when locatednear
town, suspension waggon
used to tell in relation to the subject will befit them '
such tuition as for respectable Whea
DESTRUCTION TOBACCO Cnol'Vc .- for half million of dollars.
OK THH Messrs. Watson Brothers and Co., on the which is authentic, and too good to be lost. a water channel It strikes me, that a
\ find in the Diana de la Marino, a letter stations in society. Mr. Bryant, assissted made fit for boat Dimg"1:
trade followed The anecdote has been to us the be obvious to once steam
20th till., in the Mexican was repeated by answers must every one.
from Pinar del Rio, dated) the 8th inst.,
his and the
by son daughter, are teachers could
who has heard Mr. Jefferson mention it. ditional of earth
of Messrs. Brute Watson one Had not then, rather quantities
in which it is slated that the tobacco crop in by the stoppage you pay your money
In (he Convention for forming the Constitution they are new comers into the county, but times
moved from the banks 'from
had suffered injury and labor for the construction ,
that region just irreparable and Co.,'of Manchester, and the house of of useful
of the U. States it that
was proposed they are not unknown to many of our citi-
from one of those accidents of the climate Messrs. Burt, Watson and Burt, Leeds. titles should be given to lli' high officers of canals, than to be taxed from year to year at a comparatively small expense.
which so often defeats the zens, and we have every assurance that theyare to
temperature the liushandman. A Mr. William Atherton, of Liverpool, an the governments; and the-propsition met for the purpose of keeping up unfrequentedroads The profits that would result .
of copiousand the
to
best hopes fully competent positions they '
rain began to fall there on the extensive speculator in shares, sugar, and with favor. The discussion of the subject ? Look at the question and decidefor channel would be almost incalculable.'vessel
incessant have assumed. We '
trust they will meet
had on for time when Dr. Franklin tbo
some ,
3d instant, which lasted until the 7th, dis- cotton, followed next his liabilities are saidto gone yourselves.With ', from the Gulf carrying a
and with with and that all who have
arose great appearant gravity, encouragement, 'the
troying all the young tobacco plants the and reach .-e 300,000 against which a heaSry remarked-" that as this matter seemed to children to educate will keep them at school these preliminary observations i, bales of cotton, has to pay front
fearful on planta-
committing ravages value in property is pledged. On the 27th be seriously entertained, and might be car- which I have deemed to be necessary. I five hundred dollars insurance, moil
tions. The grounds had become perfectly henceforth, and that such children, whose rCharlla
and the rain completely ihe stoppage of Mr. John Alfred Armstrong, ried, he had to suggest one title which'would come now to discuss the advantage of a vessel clearing from the port
saturated marshy,
be and title parents are unable to educate, will be taughtat ,
new appropriate waa a would
annihilating all that the industry of the cullivator cotton dealer; Mr. James Guest, spinnerand for the Vice President-and it:: was, His the expense of the public. channel through the peninsula of Florida. or Savannah. This channel (roll'I

: bad previously prepared. It will manufacturer, and Messrs. Stocks and Most Superfluous Highness !' There was Bear with me, and I think I can show you I down rates of insurace,and receive

laU something/ before they again: become Tait, bleachers, were announced on the not much more said about titles after this. 7"Judge:: Reese, of*the Supreme Courtof how this channel: can be constructed in such. : to three hundred dollars for ever 1 t boI G

aral.lr much,rate when will all have lint to had be been duue done uver with again so, Exchange, in Manchester ; on the 28th, [ Alex Gaz. Tennessee, has resigned. a way, as greatly to enhance the value of the I bales of cotto, passing through Le

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< rount many Semmrs, for the amountof LEONARD CU'S LIST O
rtrc.baTl Tax Colector.s Sale block 131 lots nos 3 to 10 inclu-ive unimproved : STATE OF FLORIDA. CT\ 1-
!'. annually shipped from thehalts (ccitam taxc ,alld had reported said road; cornpleted Mock 135: lots nos 3 to 10 inclusive PERIODICALS.v .
are virtue of the authority in me vested : ltimlro\'f'd. FOREIGN
01' co. : whereupon Mr. Hntcbinson offered the BY 1)1:1" Mock 130; lois nos 1 2 3 6 7 S 9 10 Clboll County.KNOW
of Mexico. Let them I szhlexj'oseto sale before the Court
in the CJtilf now following resolution, which was adopted : Mock 137 lots Dos 110 10 Inclusive unimproved : YE: that it i U hereby ordered! that )v or

.. I consideration t I.Le I.immense cxpor- Kcsolvccl, That his Honor the Mayor appoint a Door, in the City of Apabchicol on Monday the Mock 13S lots nos I te 10 !inclusive unimproved : l.ol, Executor on the Estate of Mar Til I LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW,
intO Sth day'of 1Sl I hours
May, ten
Committee of block 135) lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved :
two to examine the road constructed riioina; Pate of said county; decease!, hereby EDINBURGH H :\'UW.
of from the Tlf
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Of other articles produce A. M. f.mr P the following real estate, l Mock 1-10 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved :
by A. 'f. Hl'nnett : .11 I
l4 n and report on same at next it authoriie<{ fd sell the following Real Estate of Til NORTH BRITISH KKVlKW.:
Next, let them tell how much meeting ofTouncil, and thereupon the Mayor situated the City .Apa1clcoIJ'. (assessed as Mock 141 lots nos 1 2 3 5 8 9 10 unimproved: the saM deceased! :- Til WESTMINSTER! REVIEW,
the Mock 1 8 inclusive
69fpor1S. property of Licwis Joseph Dela- 142 lots nos to unimproved :
from the immense appointed Messrs. Hutchinson and Hancock said Cutis N E of section 22, the S E ) of 22
ouM result I impor- field Trustees of the Apalachicola Land Company Mock l3 lots nos 110 10 inclusive unimproved : J secion ; A U'BLACKWOOD'S
"prot commit t tee. Mock lots iios 1 to 10 inclusive : the S W i of section 14, theS E \ of !rtion 2tJ.
into the Gulf, ,) or so much thereof as will the Taxesfor unimproved EDINBURGH MACAZINE.
t1tiPN.. of{joods passing count- The Mayorstated that Mrs.. firown,a lunatic, 17assessed thereon and in pay Mock I t5 lots nos 1 to 10 Inclusive unimproved : the N E J ot section 11, all of Township 1, Range
saving! of insurance, nnd the time wa* confined in Jail, and suggested that some arrear unpaid; Mock! 116 lots nos 1 to 10) inclusive unimproved : 8, North and West ; and the S E \ of section 23 ----
the to the State of Florida and the of :Franklin The above Periodicals >rinte l in
are
is, County) block 147 lots 1 to 10 inclusive rc[ Ne\e
(lp action should he taken by the Council in her case. tins unimproved : in Township 2, of Ihnge S, North and West.
them' ta'cc'
ytl1ti td Now, 'let a prospective together with the cost of advertisement and block 14S lots nos I to 10 inclusive : York immediately on their arrivjj !hy the British
> The Mayor stated that Rawdon Wright & unimproved The above Lands to be sold for the benefit cf .
f the future trade of the Pacific Hatch : sale, and which said real estate is described as Mock 14!) lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved: sfe'ahiCr in a beautiful clear tjpe, on fine white
at had a judgment against the for about : the and creditors, of said deceased.
,3'1 City follows, in said City, viz. Mock 1.30 lots nos 1 2 3 4 7 8 !10 unimprved : legatees paper and are faithful copies (.1 the original
through the medium of rail-roads $31)' and that execution had issued!! therefor, thellapof Mock 157 lots 1 2 3 4 7 8 ii) Given under my hand and private seal, the BLACKWOOD'S
8 A, range nos. 1 to 14, inclusive, noa unimproved : MAGAZINE an exact facsimile -
Ocean) and that the agent! of the plaintifls had stated thatif Bock being no seal of office, this 6th diy of September; lfitf
block 158 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved :
a tell the wealth that would result I unimproved; block A, range y, lots los.1, 3, C, of the Edinburgh .
can the City wauIJ 1JU( the execution should I block 19 lots inclusive A. D., Is-17. .
\riio' pay 9, 11, 13, 11, unimproved block A, ranges, nos 110 10 unimproved : The prices the KR.pRiAts are IM than one
tb 5tatewerc this channel in operation ? be:stavt ; block 167 lots nos 1 2 3 4 7 8 I 9 10 unimproved : THOS. L. TYRES, [L. S.] '
be lots nos. 2, 4, 5, lJ( 12, ; block n, range third of those of the foreign copie! *.and while theyare
10 The Mayor stated that be informed the imprvct block 168 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : Judge of Probate for Calhoun County.
was by
..Timr-timc is money"! Procrastination Tax Collector 1, lots nos. 3, 1 9, H unimproved ; bloCk block 169 lots nos 110 10 inclusive unimproved : equally wel Rot up, they atToti! al that advantage
: that had refused to
some persons The above Lands will be sold at the house of
B, range 2, nos. unimproved blockB to AMERICANover *
block 170 )
Procrastination robs ; lots nos 123478 9 H unimproved : thE l GLJH
thtthirf oftinzc. their ta\e* and that the Tax Collector asked
is pay ratine 2, lots nos. 2, 3,4, 5, G, 11, 12, improved block 174 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved : James Nails, on Monday the fifteenth day of November reader.
he people of there! gains both present and to be instructed by the Council. He also stated ; block C, range 1, 1,1'jtsnos.3, .J, 1:, IG unim block 175 lots nos 3 to 10 inclusive unimproved : I next. Terms of sale, one-third cash, the TERMS.

{ that he thought no instruction: necessary, as the ; block C, range 2, lots no !1)), 10,, 12, block 176 lots nos 12367 89 10 unimproved : balance in one and two years.. Persons wishing
; prospective.Produce ordinance was explicit enough.! prove, unimproved ; block C, range:2, lots nos.1 .1. block 177 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : to buy Lands in Florida, will do well to embrace PAYMENT TO BE MADE !: "ADVANCE.

of all kinds, more especially Mr. Hutchm on ..tnotice that at the next I 2,4,5, 15, improved; block D, range2lots nos. block 178 lots rios 110 11 inclusive unimproved : this opportunity, as the above Lands comprise For any one the four Reviews, S3 per annum.
Vir find meeting he would offer an ordinance to block 179 lots nos 1 3 4 6789 10 unimproved : some of as good, if not the best, in the State and For two, do. 5"
fhrnit is at a low price, will always theconveyance I prevent I 3,7, S, 9, unimproved ; block D, range 2, lots block 180 lots 1 inclusive any
the throwing of cotton from the windows of buildings I IHS to 10 unimproved : most suitably adapted lo the cultivation of Sea For nn'v three, dl). 7 I
nos. 5 bloc E I lots
: 1,2, : block
to market. People of improved range no. 1"1 lots nos 1 2 4 5 8910 unimproved :
heapest ; into the streets. 3, 4 5 block'E 2 : Island Cotton and Spanish or Segar Tobacco. For all four of the R \ie'\ X .
., H 17j IS, improved; range block ]8 lot nos 1 to 8 Inclusive unimproved :
floriJa* Take it into consideration that The following accounts were presented, and on lots nos. 7, S, 13, J-t 15, 1C, 17, IS, 19. unimproved block ] nos I to 10 inclusive" unimproved : LUKE LOT For Blackwood's Magazine, :1"

and will always le count- motion referred to the Committee on Claims, viz: ; block E, range 2, lot no. 4, improved ; block 181 lots nos I to I inclusive unimproved : Executor of Mary Thoma For Blackwood and the 4 Ilevrew; tom'

r' rj[ time is money ; Casper Horn, for labor.. . . . .$G 00 block F, range 2, lots nos. 5,6,7. 13, 11,19, 20, block! 1"<5 lots nos 1 to inclusiyc Unimproved : Calhoun County, Sept. 6, 1847. 37-2m t(All communications should be addressed

,J t4 as a part of the cost f transj>ortation.J .- D. J. Myers services as watchman, and unimproved ; block H, range 1, lots nos. 5, S, block 186 lots,nos 11 10 inclusive unimproved : ( paid) toLEONARD .

J* do Ou sit idle' when' J our duty' is so Physician's bill . .. . . .59 :50/ 11, 13, 1C, 20, unimproved ; block H, range block 187 lots nos 1 lo 1) inclusive unimproved : I Calhoun Ci'cul Court. SCOTT &. CO Publishers.
i tfbj ) Dr. Chapman. .. . .. . . . I 1Rol't ,M J block 188 lots nos 26 7 910 unimproved : block 79 Fulton St New York. .
before 'ouVait until the planters lots nos. 3, 4, 5, C, 7, S, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 1S9 lots nos 6'89 10 unimproved: block lots Israe4 Moses, ) Petition for Foreclosure of i
ttbe 3 plainly' ) Blount, services as watchman. .. .3 00Wm 15, IG, 17, unimproved; block J, range 1, lots nos 67 S 9 10 unimproved. 19 vs. V Mortgage on a Negro Male TO THE PUBIJC.

rttin! the Italit sending their produce to Hlount, .. ..r 0 (00 10S. 2,3:: 4, 5, G, 7, 8, 0:i, 10, 1,12,13, ll, I!, WHARF LOTS. Ebenezer Hoyt. ) Slave Daniel.
Vs other of C. Thi pin, I .75 00 1G, 17, 19 2, G. TiE hOME .OUI& \L.
v ffrict throuch! means conveyance, ', unimproved ; range 100 feet lot No 12 50 feet foot of Leslie 1"BENEZER HOYT, William M. Davis
;
D. McDonald, repairing Hose and Engine loisnos. J, 2, 3, J2, 13,1-, ; [!.i and all persons interested in the Equity of EDITED BY IORI I:& WILLIS.tCBLISHED .-
et and you will find that habitsccom.c second I House. . . . . . . . 5 00 15, 10, 17, IS, .1,5.0,7,8,9,1,1, unimproved; block K, street ; 100 feet lot No 16; 100 feet lot No 17 ; Redemption of a certain negro male slave Daniel EVERY ATLRD.\, IX THE or
1 try
100' feet lot No 19 90 feet footlof Centre street
1 tuturc: and are very hard to be broken up. On motion the Council then adjourned. range 1. lots nos. 2, 3, .1,5,6, 7,8,9,10,11, Iil_0 feet South part; of lot No 20 30 feet North; mortgagedby Ebenezer Hoyt to John W. Babcock NEW-YORK,

12. 13, 15 16, 17, IS, 19, 20, ; the 7th of 1546 to the Two Dollars
f 2 But I am checked in my zeal for internal -- -- 1 InimprovE; part of lot No 22; 90 feet foot of Chestnut st. 5 on day February, secure to :1 per anmt"t.
MAKK1ED. block K 2 lots 1,2,3, 7S,9, said Babcock his the
range nos. -,5. ( or assigns, sum
100 of lot 25 feet foot of prinCpal
the cries of u iu- feet No ; 90 Cherry st.
| imprerement by sickly In Marietta at the residence of Gen. ,V. T. 10,11 J I 1,12, 13, 14-, 15, 16, 17, IS, H1, unim- Also-All Land lying on the West side of the of $321 -41, with interest from per cent IN November J last, we commenced the ptH!
lebt"-" broken han1..s"-h proved block lots nos. 1, 2, 3. 4, 5, 6, 7, S, will take notice that the said tion of this family on new and novel
aiiity"|, ( Hansel" !, on the 1ft Sej tember! last, by the Rev. ; 1 Apalachicola Bay, North and West of the City of per annum, mortgage newspaper .
Do ; tp. 10, 11, I J2. 1: 11,15 I Ii, 1 17, 1 IS, HI, 20, unimproved has been assigned for valuable consideronto plan. No similar work, irtenlltlto ccm!ain the
of f credit. Coward thought you )tr. :Scott, Col. X. CllUGER; of Apalachicola, Apalachicola, to the Western boundaries of
; block lot 10 1,2,3,4,5,0,7,8, : plairititi-and the time limited for the paymentof PICK of the news, elegancieV,opinion':and liters
toli: ELIZAI1ETH A. daughter of 1 : Franklin County also, St. Vincent's Island, St.
itt:*I ggppose that.we will become more power- ? youngest 9, 10, 11 1, )12, J., J5, 16, 17, IS, J9 20, unimproved ; said sum of $.'{21 44, and the interest thereon, ture of our time, to crti. from the wiMcrnesa cf
the lat e.Tolin U. Robert, Es-q.of Beaufort District, block N lots 1 7, S 9, : Geoige's Island, and Dog Island, (excusi\'e of the hour's flowering and fo .
It Cal nct'Jll by exertion ?-or more indepenL ; nos. 2,3, -1,5,6, that portion of St. Georges and Dog having expired, plaintiff has filed his petition for ever caprice RFSCtr
South Carolina.MARINE. 10, 11, 12. 13, H, 1:, 16 17, H, 19, 20, unimproved foreclosure in the Circuit Court of Calhoun county the good things else lust ID the bewiMt ring float
J,nt__except- by_ labor ? or secure more con. ----- -- -- ; block 0, lots,nos. 1,2,3, .1 1 1,5, 6, 7,8, 9, by East the of U.the S. Go.'errrent of ) ; al>lo, and Lands I lying and will apply for foreclosure of the same at age of novelties adrif had been prexu.uslr attempted -

jiJence: except by honest and useful I enterprise I I 10, 11, 12, 13, 11 1, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, unimproved ; St. George's Bay Sound Apalachicola, and running Eeast borderingon to the the December term of said Court next ensuing.: by others.That .

? It is the nat urc of man to lend aidt IjTELLIQBNCB.PORT ; block P, lots nos. I 1,2, 3, 4., 5, 6, 7, ., mouth of New River, from thence in a direct line R. J. MOSES, Art'y for Plt. we have lburer successfully in our voc;

il -- ------ -- 4), 10, 11 1, 12, )13, 1 J, 15.1 17, I", 19,20,unimProved September 23, IS 17. tion and paper remarkable for its interest ;
in the toils of oppressed, but useful enter- OF APALACHICOLA .Nov. 4. ; block Q, nos. 1, 2, 3, 1,5, I, 7, S, I to:the River Chipola Cut-of following including the Apalachicola Forbe's value and popularity, and one adapted to

I Begin the work in confidence: and -.----- 9, 10, 1,12, 13, 14, 15, 10, 17, 15.19, 2U), unimproved Island called the whole mouth containing 285,000 Apalachicola Exchange. the wants of ALL CLA.K OK !OCJET we have
prise A R Rn-ED. ; S, lots nos. 1 t inclusive, (so ); THE subscriber informs his friends! sufficient evidence in -nr extensive and rapidly
of third of Land and lOW of 2d
*, we will! find laborers enough. OctSO: -Bark Z Kinsj, Livermore, frm N York, unimproved ; block 1, lots 10: -, 7unimpro\'ed ; acres quality returns made the Assessor of a and the public in general that he has be- increasing circulation in the ulivtNI commendation -

3u1et'ri I Where are the lands, that are owned by to \\'m G Porter &; Co. block 1, lot no. S, improved ; block 3, lot no. 9, State qaility Taxes, as for per Franklin by come the Proprietor of this above Well of the public pres?, alf, ave! all, in the

il the State ? Of what profit are they, as long Nov S-Ilri; Abneda, Wallock, fin New York, unimproved ; block, lots ros. 3,4,0,7,8,9unimproved JOHN County.LUCAS Sheriff known house, and will be pleased to entertain flattering encouragement and! cordial approbationof
to Xour., Stone & Co. ; block 4, lot no. 2, improved; block any of (the travelling community that may : our numeron LADY HI\Dfn., in every
and Ex.OfficioTax Collector Franklin Co.Apalachicola f:1.orhim .
J as thecannot be made available! ? Steamer Quincy, Allen, fm Chattahoochee. 5, lots nos. 2 to 0, inclusive, unimproved ; block Nov. 42-Om- with their custom, and will also accommodate section of the count}.
4 17.
ear j Mortgage; the lands then, and borrow the CLEA II El). 5, lots nos. 1, 7, S, 10, improved; block 6, lots resident boarders. The bar will always be The scope, i n and character of the 1m.

nos. 1,7, 8, nnimprevcd ; block 6, lots tins. Sale. supplied with liquors of the choicestquality. JOURNAL differ (ruin ti! <"e of any newspaper
eId Slice olTa "Hackley's Oct Srt( -Bris Gen. \VH-on, Perkins! for St. 9,1 Sherif's genuine
I grant"tbe"
money. part 4 block 7 lots 3 9, 10, heretofore The contents fitted
Marks.Schr. 2,3, ., improved ; nos. 1,2, virtue from Franklin Circuit JOHN PATRIDGE. establshelJ are

j Areodundo grant ;" and Forbes Oregon, for New Orleans unimproved d ; block 7, lots nos. 6, 7,8 improved ; BY Couif, in favor of Thomas E. Linden- Apalachicola, Nov. 11, IS 10. : to engage attntion of the mart of business,

ecu f I Purchase" anti make ihi'in pay their rela Nov 4chr Southerner, Goodspced, for New block S, lots nos. 3, .1. 5, 0, 7, 8, unimproved ; berger vs. Robert J. Floyd, I have levied .:the I and be a source of elegant instruction and entertainment -

i Orleans. block '.}, lots nos. 1, 4, 5, 7, S, 9, unimproved ; equity (if redemption in the following property: NOTICE I to the dometic fireside and family circle -
tire propoitiou for the construction of this PASSENGERS. block 10, lots nos. 3, 8, unimproved ; block 10, one Lot in Apalachicola designated on the map and it combines the t>trikin and novel attractions -

| great work. If every inhabitant of the lots nos. .1, 7, I improved; block I 11 I, lots tins. .1,8. of said city as Lot 3, in Block 16( together with Pay your Taxes of the newspaper with the mire abidrr>; interests -

Per slam; t1Iinc-:1 Sims and lady, John unimproved ; block 11, lots nos G, 7, y, 10, the Houses and improvements thereon. Also, PERSONS who have not paid their City Taxes of the higher class <>f periodicals. I i.-.
subscribe the small of 1) Ail.ins \
1 to : sum H I S Brown T
State; were Von, P hobart, A ude., T R J" 'Lt., A1F.I unimproved ; block 15: lots nos. 4, 9, 10, un- ner man Ben, and negro woman Chaney: and well to call at No. 50 Water street printed in the Mio form on late; and superior

1 ti-n dollars each the channel could be dug::;, M Mr ) ) J McXall, J ljlrort S improved ; block 17, no. 9, unimproved ; block I will! expose for public sale the said equity of and settle befote the 1st November, as I shal after paper, on a new clear type' obtained expressly

ajIienc 1 and completed. There ate enough( planters! ) McKmncy} 17, lots nos. 0, 7. improved ; block IN lots no,. redemption ir said property, at the Court Housein that date proceed to collect the accordance for the purpose; and is,in its whole arrangement

Per lean.er Ojiincv-Mrs Kilbee, Miss Hancock 2, 3, 5, G, 7, S, 9, unimproved; block IS, lot said city, on the lust Monday in December with an ordinance, made and providedfor and detail, a most favorable !specimen of' the"best

in the Southern States to do the work by a \V Ch tpman D J Day, J Downer, M P Ellis, no. 4, improved ; block 19lots nos. 1 to 10, inclusive next, between the usual hours of sale. that purpose. JAS. F. FARRIOR, typographical skill of the country. In addition

trifling subscription! J Jackson, Mr Robertson.RECEIPTS unimproved ; block 20, lots nos. 3 to 10, JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff: Oct. 14"- City Tax Collector.AMERICAN to the and as one of its most valuable! pe liaf-

We call the'Legislature\ ba\.c the inclusive, unimproved ; block 21 1, lot no. 5, improved Oct. 25, 1847. 41 By B. LUCAS, D. S. ties, it is, in reference to the diversify of tent!
upon FROM THE INTEUIOll. ; block! 21,lots nos. 1 tot and 6 to 10, inclusive employed upon it, the C/ (UPt.\t paper i

route sarvrjcd, and for honesty's sake, let ret sll'am Quincy-4 bales cotton, IRhxs( tobacco unimproved; block 22lots nos. l,3unim- Thos. C. UmlerAvoOd, Net ailtl Twine Manufacturing Unite States.

us be opening some resources, by which we !boxes,to'j in Lockhart cco, to 15 iVf S Young Hawley.; 21 bales cotton,21 proved; block 23, lots nos. 6, 7,8,9,unimproved ; Company, .Is al the lack numbers of the : o1k ft+e rt-

blockfi f,lots nos. 1,2,3,0,7,8,9, lO.unimprov'd; JJl@m9Late lirely cz"azutt U have this day Sati Ja.V.
Per Ftfamcr Quincy-55 bales! to D G
tan pay our (debt and not! be oppressed with colon. block ( of ,) 12 COMMERCIAL-STREET, the 21af inertastd the tdirion
Rrfnfry; 4 dO \\' Ci Porter A: Co; 10 Lockhart block 25, lots nos. 3, 4, 5, G, unimproved; August, of t.1
Tndicss taxation. .V YIHIII;; 19 bxs tobacco to T II Austin; Jdo$ 10 20, lots nos. 4-, 5, 0. 7, S, 10, Unimproved; block RESPECTFULLY ofiers his ser (Up Stairs,) BOSTON. HOME JouRNAL/or the express ateommoiatinn.

As Al'ALACHIAS. !huslifls ('('tO to 1 H! S Hawley; bales hides 3 blls 27, lots nos. 1 to 11)),indlsi\'c, unimproved; block vices to the citizens of Apabchi- Manufacturers and Dealers in Bryan's Patent /NEW SUBSCRIBERS, and tee therefore rtptt-

tun>eiitinvtoVylie: ,\McKenzie; 6 sacks inca 25, lots no*. '), r, 7, 8, 10, unimproved; block cola, and the county of Franklin Twine Stands, POt Office Twines, Baking and fully request that all who inlfnd t i1;

Tnt COTTON CROP is An* IMA.:: -The :Bal.tr 29, _lots nos. 3,4, G, _7, S, 9, i0unirnprovtdIIOCk ; .' generally, in the line of his pro- Bundle Twines,McCarty's Cotton Herring Twine, paper will commence t"tiru eriptionsirith t.$*

-- --- ----- 3't), lot no. S unimproved; block 31, lots fe 3ion. Having monthly communication Cotton Seine Twine, Tanned and Untanned, Flax present number.
Mobile lr{!iflcr of ihe :?3.J ins?., says; : U. S. UIAIL LINE nos. 5, 5,9, 10, unimproved ; block 32, lots nos. F with the principal! Herring Twine, Hawser and Shroud-laid 5hck- Tems-Two Dollar a yesr, or three Copies

'.Our) accounts from the interior of I ihisSutcof For A Fa. 1,2. 3, 6, 7,5,9. unimproved ; block 33, lots Northern cities,, he will be enabled erel Lines; Herring, Pohagan Shad, Bass, and for five dolar invariWy Jn advance.

: the Cotloo an still .Apalarhicokr, nos. 0, 9, unimproved ; block 31 1, lots nos. 2 to .ff( furnish his ;patrons at all times Dip Nets. Goverment Seines with Bags; Cod, The JOURNAL !?r sent by mail to all

; ifiroming ciop WILL. leaEnfanb every 10, inclusive, unimproved; block 3:, lots:nos. J. \ ._. with the NEWEST AND LATEST Herring, )Mackerel, Shad, and Menhaden Seines, parts of the United Sate the British Province

favorable. The weather i is all that) could I Ivisbed / ,__ t = 2 Wednesday at 1 o'clock, I'. 'fi;, ". C., 9 I, in:), unimproved ; block 30( lots no. 2 .----"-- PLATES OK FA-!HIO.V, nceivid &c. and to Earope, done up in strong wrspiHer:"

tiamu*1 !' for maturing ami picking! -b Miig; al- jJ Y M viaVo(,th'! Store Ab- : to 10, incltiiive, unimproved; block 37, lots nos. monthly,showing at a tie the most Fa&hiinable V.: B, .:\\is and Seines knit to order at short with the utmost punctuality and despatch.

be\ilk, Columbiaood- I J.5,0, 7, ", '.', )10/ unimproved ; block >, lots Stylfof Drew, which will be a decided advantage ? otice. i{. ELLISON Co., Agents, Subscription, orders, remitaceJ, and ajf communications
most uniformly warm and dry. There was nie and Marianna, (connecting with I the 11042 tol', inclusiveunimproved ; 'block :31'', lots, to a fashionable community.N. I October I-I. 1S47. 39tf& Apalachicola. must be adtresd! (post paid) to the

B !ulicbt frn.t; in some of the tipper counties U. S. Iail Boat Oiiiicyal nos. 1 to ]1 inclusive, unimproved ; block 40, B. Gentlemen Morning Gowns and Evening Editor?, P. MORRI

do Infs fins. i, ::11.{ :, rs 7, ** ;9. ]JII I), \unimproved ; Wrappers made to order; Cloaks cverv "SET 'EJ1 UP." N. P. WU.lS,
last week. but not siificiont( to any injury This liw will : .
h ;Chattahoc1tl. MKRCHA.TS I ljlo"UII\ 1 1 Hii-1! t:, lots n'.s. 1 to 10( inclusive, each description made in the usual f,,.ms of the div'; Athenmlll Bowling Saloon. August 21, 1317. ff J : :! .

to the pl-itif.\ :ttnl shiiulil the same kind of _. -. .!1. '? ) t :the I :. J'opportunity\T\CHIfOJ.! (-,1 f transii : -- block, nnirnpioved ; !l.xk .n! lots nOi. 1,2, '>, :I, \Valkinjj ar !Hiding: Gijtors made in a superior: THE subscriber begs leave to announce to his I THE NEW-YORK

lo, block 1 II J, 1 10t' 1 to I 10, inclusive and the that he has.
uraJlicr nintintie fora few weeks longer, wf.: i < in all I tli" principal mirpto\.t; ro w.rer; TI:., Dresses and Bo\> Clothes of public generally,
act t tJ.inf': I unimproved: ; block: l 15, lots nos. i to fn: P._ I every ucsciiption made in a neat and fashionable: \ become ole proprieforof the above establishment SCI TlloICJEIUC.N..
dull, to receive in Mobile 425.000 towns; between Eufaula and Apabchico'.a.For .
expect seats, apply to elusive, unimproved! ; !lok 10,1' 1(: 3 IIS.I: :, style. All garments made at this establishment and hopes by proper management and strict attention -

bales. The receipts now coming in show a W. S. TAYLOR", Kufaula. 0, 7, S unimproved ; b-0c! ; 17, \\0!: nos> i tl-in, warranted to jit.f5 to merit a continuance of the patronage Third Year.

decided improvement in the quality-inspiring JOHN TURNER, Abbeville.M inclusive! : uaiP: ;'lorll l; fcUkiSlofs! ios.: 1 to { : Shop Second Story Baltzcll'd Buildings. heretofore so liberally bestowed upon the House. This popular Scientific and Mechanical: Journal -'

10, inclusive, unimproved; block 4'J, lots nos. 1 Entrance on Chestnut street. All persons indebted to the above establishment ."
the! best that our will L. CAVERT, Col1tlbia. (which his already attained the largest circulation
hopes crop provet
V II NELSON HAWLEY, Chatlahcochee.BENJ. I I to 10, inclusive, unimproved ; block 50, lots nos. October 14, 151. 39-Gm ,wil confer a favor by settling with the sub-
of of the kind the
t, as good an average as any heretofore re- G. ALDERMAN, Proprietor 1 to 10, inclusive, unimproved ; block 51, lots c- A plate of.Fall and Winter Fashions just JOHN B. JONES. any weekly paper in

'ceived." ".0hn.. 4-3lf Mari'anna, Fa., nos. 2 to 10, inclusive, unimproved ; block 5'2, received. Apalachicola, April 9, 1S47. 13-tf world,) will commence its THIRD VOLUME-
lots nos..l to 9 block 5J, 25th
I Iindl.i\.cunimlror.c; SANS SOUCI IIO''EL. on Saturday, Sept. ,
J. SPENCE lots nos. 1 to \' ; block A NEW DOLLAR PAPER. inform their '
THE SKIRT EXI-AMJKU. Xew Invention. incn.ive subscribers respectfully Each number of The Scientific American con

li that a gentleman of the WATCHD CLOCK MAKiR, 55, lots nos. 1.2,3, ", 9, 10, unimproved ; ROUGH AND It E \D 1 THE and the public generally, that they tains from FIVE to SEVEN ORIGINAL ME-
;
appears block 50 lots
nos. 1 to 10, incluiive, unimproved have the above establishment, and are
city: of Troy has invented an article he calls! 1 Second Story Baltzeli's Buildings, ; block 55, lots nos. 1 to 10, inclusive, unim- .COME AND TAKE E ME." now ready opened to receive boarders, and hope through CHANICAL ENGRAVINGS; a catalogue' of

the Skirt Expander! for which lit is about r. (Entrance on Chestnut-st ) pioved ; block 5'!*, lots nos. Ito 10, inclusive, unimproved Being the very best and cheapest newspaper at attention to receive a share of patronage.The AMERICAN PATENTS, as issued from the
The inventer it r1; APALACHICOLA, FA. block lots 1 to S. inclusiveun the lowest price, namely, proper .
to procure patent. says ; G nos. Bar will be well furnished with choice Patent Office each week ; notices of the progressof

will entirely do away with die 'otunJIIJstl( N :, Cloks and Jewelry carefully improved ; block* lots nos. 1 to 8,inclusive,un O.VEDOLLARA YE.1R,pay able in advance. Wines, Liquors and Segars; and the Restaurantwill all MECHANICAL and SCIENTIFIC'

It is said to be principally made of Indian repaired. October 21, IS 17. improved; blocks 02; to 09 inclusive unimproved; This paper H i issued every Saturday, at 116 be well supplied with Game, Fish and Oysters \

rubber, air-tight, and is capable of being; inflated } : block 70 lots nos 1 to 1 inclusive unimproved ; Nassau street, on a handsome sheet, with an ele- of the best quality in season. inventions ; in.truction in the various RTS

or contracted at any time. If a lady PROCLAMATION. block i lots nos 1 to inclusive unimproved ; gurrtly engraved title, representing General Tay JAMES GIBSON & CO. and TRADES, with ENGRAVINGS;
block lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved; June 22 1517.
7 PHILOSOPHICAL and CHEMICAL
horseback at theBATTLE experiments
on
wish
and
should be walking to larger
: appear block 75 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ;
nr smaller, the Skirl is so constructed that block j'(lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ; OF BUENA VISTA.It N. Gentlemen- who wish for refreshmentsin ; the latest RAIL ROAD- ITEL-

1 he may enlarge or diminish! her apparent block 77 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved; is also illustrated generally witn handsome: their. rooms can be accomodated at shortnotice. GENCE IN EUROPE AND A CA; all

*;i7.e at pleasure ; and yet a person may be block 7S lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved; enirravincrs."! : representing- the battle scenes of thewar the different MECHA.'IGAi MOVEMENTS

walking; with and not discover how, or by block 81 lots nos 1 to 10 inclu-ive unimprve; &.c. WALTON CIRCUIT COIR in a with
what means her appcarcnt size is dimini...hfd block 82 lots nos 1 to inclusive/ ; It advocatethe claims ami supports the nomination In Chancer. I publihe serie. 1
than A HUNDRED ENGRAVINGS
or incerased. The inventor also says block 83 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved; of Cornelius more .
block 84 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved! ; GENERAL ZACHARY TAYLOR AS vs. > Petition for Divorce.
that the of one of .
appearance a J.II.1).vith block lots nos I to inclusive PRESIDENT. Fatha Grantham. ) &c.It fte '
: unimproved; is in fact a that MERITS
1 paper patronage -
these Skirts, is mu;h imprO\'ed-thc dress Thanks and praise are due from block 80; lots of the Court
WHEREAS nos 1 to inclusive unimproved ; It goes for old Rough and Ready, party: or appearing to the satisfaction' ,
MECHANICS
of all and MANUFACTURERS -
IT
selling: much better and easier ; and that it t people of t the State of Florida to block S7 lots mw 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved; no party, as by far the very best man in the by affidavit made in this case that the defendant i

will save'the labor of carrying about the (the Author Al Good for the health, ;prosperity block SS lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved; United States to be Pr
streets quite a small bale of cotten, and and other blos ings which we, a!a people, have block 89 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved; It presents al the details and'incidents of the jurisdiction of the State of Floida : I is ordered : and should b in the hands of EVERY ONE-
been permitted to enjoy during the? current year: block 90 lots 1 to 10 inclusive that the said Fatha Grantham do and
from eight to twelve skirts. nos unimproved; war, as they received in New York.It appear answer that feels an interest in the advancement of
Therefore it is proclaimed tht THURSDAY, block 91 lots nos 1 to inclusive unimproved the said within three months after
1 ; is running over with anecdotes, stories, exciting petition
Mechanical Scientific in this
or improvements
HOKISG COLLOQUY.PeterPeter, I the 2.th November next, hl set apart to be observed block 92 lots nos 1 to 1 inclusive unimproved ; adventures, &c. It also tells all the news the publication of this order, or the said: petitionwi

: brother throughout the State a!a day of Thanksgiving block 93 lots nos I to 1 inclusive unimproved; of the week, both foreign and domestic. IT IS be taken for confessed; and it is further or- Country.It .

see a toad said a little darkey his and Praise
de one day, as thery were digging over a heapof Given U'ider: my hand and the great seal block 95 lots nos 345078 9 10 unimproved; and country subscribers. in the Western Circuit of this State for the adapted to BINDING, and furnished i to

} manure. Where ? wliare am he, JoeVhiy ?" [!I.L.] of the State, at the Capitol, this lHh block 90 lots nos 1 23 G 7 S 9 10 unimproved; is expected to have the largest circulation of space of three months. Subscribers at the LOW PRICE. ot
' Country
I
\ right dar-dnn't ye see tim Peter!" October, 1S47. block 97 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved; any paper in the Union. Every man friendly to GEG. S. HAWKINS, Judge W. D.

jrP "No I doseu't see 'rm-strike ini wid de W. D. MOSELY. block 9S lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved; the election of General Taylor will subscribe for Uohee Anna,.Aug. 21, 1847.- :32-3m TWO DOLLARS A YEAR-ONE DOLtAR'IN

.boe." Joe hit the toad a crack, which October IG, 1S47. 40 block U!lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved; it. It will be sold! by thousands all over the of Florida ADVANCE, and the remainder In Sir
State
-
,
* Brought Peter to the ground. Oh you House and Lot for Sale. block 100 lots hos 1 to 10inclusive unimprovedblock ; country. Postmaster who expects to b FRANKLIN COUNTY. Months. Address,

i fool, Joe dat was my toe, I sce'd dat all de E undersigned i is desirous to sell hi. 102 101 lots nos 1 to 10inclusive unimproved; Every act as agent and procure sub- all having demands against.the es- MUNN &CO., Publishers, .
block lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ; subscribers.The TO persons
time" 1;;; and Lot in the City of Apalachis of Nathan late of said cotfnty, 12S Fulton-street, \
The House is built Lot No. block 13 lots nos 1 to 10inclusive unimproved; fact is, c THE ROUGH AND READY will Seymour eYor.
lTH upon block lots 1 to 10inclusive deceased, notice is hereby given that I have taken POST PAID.
1, according to the plan of said nos unimproved; be the recognized organ of the friends of General
Do you profess religion 1" the last two and a half years the block 105,lots nos 1 to inclusive uijimproved; Taylor, who are in. favor of his: baing nominatedand from the Honorable Court of Pobate9ot said and -

"No sir. I profess my faith and practice has paid more Fifteen Hundred block 101 lots no? 1 to 10 inclusive unimprove; county, LettersTestamcntary: upon IN CHANCERY.
107 lots 1 that all claims will be if not presented Franklin Circuit Court.
*> block nos to inclusive ; bred
y religion. Dollars for said lot and improvements dollars 1 ELECTED BY PEOPLE.
of this advertise
TiE
108 Iota I inclusive within two after Thomas Orman 1
block nos to : years ,
unimproved
Reader, go thou and do likewise. of which were in payment for the Lot. The Let well-wisher of the country SEND MILTON N.
block l')9') lots nos I to 10 inclusive unim proved : every ment. SCOT.ApalachiCola vs. >
undersigned is willing to take the remarkablylow block 110 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive! improved : HIS DOLLAR worth with to July 21. 1941. 22m William B. Finch. >

City Council Proceedings.. price of Eight Hundred Dollars-Cash- block 111 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved : WILKINSON & Co., Publishers, T being made to by affidavit, that th&
COUNCIL CIIAMHEK.WEDNESDAY > and The undersiedwi lots I inclusive ; LIFE PILLS AND PHOZNIX I appear
for said lot improvements. block 112 nos to 1G unimproved : 110 Nassau-street, New-York. MOFFATS defendant resides the limits of the
EVENING, Oct. 27, IS 17. J continue the practice of his profession in block 113 lots nos 110 10 inclusive unimproved : Price 3 single; a large profit allowed to ', just received and for sale by beyond
of the
of
cent. State Florida wit in State New
to ,
Council met. Present, B. S. Hawley, Mayor; City of Apalachicola. For further particu- block 114 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : agents, buy in quantities. .Nov28 H. F. ABELL, Druggist. York ,
: It in ordered that of said bill beperfected
block 115 lots 1 to 10 inclusive ervic
nos unimproved : !
Councilmen, Abell, Chapman, Hancock, Good- tars, apply to For the purpose of facilitating the formationof Saratoga Water. I said' defendant,
block 116 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive : on by of'this
]Jett, J. S. Hutchinson, T. R. Hutcbin-on. WM. SIDNEY GREE. block 117 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved unimproved : Clubs in all parts of the United States, the UARTS and Pints, fresh, for sale order for four months m I.uMiato newspaper

The mi nates of the last meeting were read and Apalachicola Oct. 29, 1547. _, block 118 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : Rough and Ready will be furnished, in numbersto Q April 1 H. F. ABELL. in the City of Apahchicob.Ie requiring

approved. Let.. block 119 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved: one address, post-paid and' in advance, a follows I printe : : otherwise it
To appear mdans\Tr
The Clerk reported the returns of the HarborMaster block 12 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : : Gold Pens. will be taken confesso.At sdbitt .
and Marshal which were read and ordered # THE second floor of store No. 50, block lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved: 00 FEW of Woodward & Brother's superior pro
Twelve copies for one year, ((84 cts.each) $10 A Chambers, Sept.20. IS .
the primises. block lots 1 10 inclusive received and for sale 1.
<< on file. water street. Apply on 12 nos to unimproved : Twenty-five (SO cts. each) 20 00 Gold Pens,just by GEORGE HAWKINS
,
Committee L1 McCULLY. block : lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : October 21. J C. ALLEN.
Mr. !!
Hutchinson, from the Special 1 blocis 124 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : Fifty copies (70 cts. each) 3;00 A True Copy. Judge, fcc.
to whom was referred the petition of A. T. Ben. October 2S, 1617. One hundred each) GO 00
block 12'lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : (60 cK Quinine, Sulphate and muriate, I VALLEAU., Clerk.
**tt, and others, reported that they found no EIDLLTZ, Yeast and Soda Powders of the inclusive October
block 2 lots nos 1 to 10 unimproved : English Calomel, &c. : 1317. 41-im
"h street, on the plan of the city, as asked for, S best quality, for sale by block 12 lots nos 110 10 inclusive unimproved : Pniiits, Oils, Window Glass, &c. and for sale by I _

*nd asked to be discharged from the further consideration July 17 J. ALLEN. block 12'lots nos 1 to 10 inclnsive unimproved : received brig Gen. Wilson, a very JlTS receive J. C. ALLEN.Swayne's aRum,
of said petition. Adopted. block lots noa I to 10 inclusive unimproved : JUST assortment per of White Lead Paris OF the finest quality, just received, and for

And.on motion of Dr. Chapman, said petition Iloarhound Candy.PEASE'S block 13 lots noj 1 ta 10 inclusive unimproved : Green, Virdigris Varnishes of description Syrup of Wild Cherry, sale by [Oct 2S] J. C. ALLEN.
Clarified Essence of Hoarhound block lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : every
wa. ,* referred to the Oom. on Public Grounds. received and for sale by block 132 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : also a large lot of Paint Brushes, all sizes,for sale JUST received and for sale bv" T> OSE and Lavander Water, for sale bv
TW Mayor dated that Mr. A. T. BcnreJt had just C, ALLEN. 23 J. C. ALLEN. I JX July J. C.
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,_. -- I --- ---- GEORGIAN.IN COMMERCIAL "ADVERTISER
SAVANNAH
OF THE
ARRIVAL
FRESH
PROSPECTUS I ijLt jXTotCccs. the tact that the undersigned ,
Oils announcing
Paints, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
> Medicines, EV
rugs, associated themselves* togethei in the Editorial
OF TI1KFLORIDA : Dye-StufTs :l erfuii 'ry, Ae. have GEOR- ft VMAN.
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I will IiiiwFsimN of "THE I SAVANNAH
apply
Six months after date, CIRCUIT rttur his thanks [Department
WHIG NOTICE Piolules lor FranUm Vc-r'.cT THE i : u.der-igiseil; lake this occasion to say to I he patrons
Hon. Judiie if OF FJLOItlDA.IIV their BAN, we
1 the br
tnt public
C-wi.iU, lor a filial dischaige lioni the Administration Franklin Circuit Court.IN :: -7 t to In* fiici.il-> and hew to ir.lonn of that paper, and to the public generally, \v. G. M. DAVIS, Editor.fiice .

A f* UEKLY: PAPEIS, ot the estate ot Donald Campbell, late ol I'beial' |' tro.iage; addilion- that arraiiiiemiMild have already been made for its
CHANCERY. .. -i\i'ig jn;m
I fiat he i" now( i.'c
TO BE 1't' ) I.YJL11U.1.MY.1.Tun said countv, deceased. Arabella E. Hepburn, widow nf 1 .- al which I 3'hhd to his foimei irafprial improvement i in outward appearance, () Third Story Baltzell's Building, corner of
.supph and Chestnut
and Commerce
WILLIAMS Adrn'x.A7alhienla will be spared to elevate streets.
JANET pains
lartend and that no
Button Hepburn, deceased, lock renders Vis'a irtrrint unu-xially
U'i'.ersizned: pr ',n a publishing i in i the June 5. 18T7. -Jl-Om_ Complainantvs. s, ,Ci tue. I:mtgl i-li, 1 n-nch, ( ci nan and sustain i its character as a commercial paper; and TfcKMS.SUBSCRIPTIONS. .
Town of t :M i,iriama: Jai -iM cou-itv, Florida, a tiPl. I'-i il'uier G lass to (fill its columns with interesting arid profitable
Six months after publication 01 Vmcri'Mii DimCoaimtics ; : > ; .-Three Dollars
; that to render the per annum
with I! .* ab title. We heel most -sensibly
weekly : ve NOTICE.
Tins newspaper will be devoted to Litentiire, Agriculture ice, application will be mule to the Joseph L. Hepburn, George 0. nd! 1 Dnujiiils (Lss wuie, ice., fee are olkudo Savannah matter. Georgian such a paper as the growing i t f paid in advance, or 3 50 if paid within si*
piper Hon. JuJ.jcolPriilj.itcs for Jackson county, lor a Heoburn, Annie E. Hepburn t phy&ician Country Mtichai'ts r.iid others on of our State and City re- nonths or # t ()0 if paid thereafter-
and Science it vill als contain the and population
; > interests
final settlement I of I the administration ol the estate and Caroline B. Hepburn, he n.ost liberal terms-all of which he warrants labor mmt lie expended No subscription taken for a less term than
current news of the day an J articles in support of Samuel N. Spears, deceased, late of said heirs at law of Burton Hep lure and u miaclul teiatcd. (pure, n dietnity of determined to furnish.We .- j nonths-and $2 wil! invariably ch.rgd six for

the 'tVig! Policy. ELIZA SPEARS, burn, deceased ; Daniel K. H. r. ABEL, upon it ; such we are jj' hit period. No paper will be discontinued until

The want of a lnal paper; has been severely county.February 1 1, 1S-77.-" Administratrix.! Dodge; the heirs of John Wholesale and Retail I Druggist, shall strive lo make its columns pleasing to ,. 'ill arrearages are paid, unless at the option of ine

felt in Jacks: ,n. Walton and Washington counties Peahody, dec'd, whose trustee I"> Water street.Apalarhicoln all renders, and while-our humble support shall proprietor.ADVERTISEMENTS.; .

and has led to the proposed establishment ofthii is. Daniel McDonald ; I Bill for Dower. Nov. 21 1' 15. he given to the great principles upon which the 1 I1 .-Onesquare, (twelve line?

Jonrnil.Tncun Dry Goods. John \\'. Campbell I ; Hudson IVmocratic party has planted itself, believing j ji jrlcss) will be inserted at the rate of One DoUlar !

lersigneJ hope to jbtan!; sufficient patronage rPHE subscribers offer for sale a large and sea- I'. Thornton ; Nathaniel W.Thornton Ditcs :*talTill" ? CiC1IIt'S. i iie.su principles to be essential to hcpcrpctuity I for the first, and Fifty Cents for every subseiiie"t -

to enib! them to commence its pubhcjti'iaby JL s mable stock of Dry Goods, consisting in ; I I limes I Hull ; Sea- I s-.icnher! has, and will .if our national freedom ar-d the advancement ol j insertion.

the l J,4 t of September.TKHMS part of bmi: Jones, John I II. 1 Howard. JSSb constant!) hat e.t.:. handsi I complete our national welfare, we shall studiously avoid I Ii.11 'Tot host who advertise by the year a liberal

-Three dollars per annum, in: advance. Negro Kerseys and Lin es, amid Edvvurd Cary, liu tce-s of r5f a-itii.ent. ot DRUGS; ; and MED1CIXES rude collisions with views and opinions an- ; discount will be made ; but all advertisements not

?3 5'Jil i' paid within six mouths; or .51 I U'J at the White and Red Flannels: Jamts P. Calbeuin; &. Charles uhicl; he will warrant' pore t.itroni tir to our o vn. To render our paper thc i jliictlj pertaining to their own business, as well!

t id of the jear. Plain and F.mcv Jeans, L. Bass, composing tin- hale i r.n.l oltl-ehi-t I ..iulit; > Cou.itiyMerchnsts firm but dispassionate exponent ot democratic as all legal ?'lve-rtisements sent in by them, will

BCNJ. G. LID DON & CO. Double twilled Tweed*, i firm of Calhoun & Ba s ; and PLmteis will find ito ;principle! the calm vet unflinching advocate cf i be oinrgerl a* the usual rates.

JulvtU, HIT."pEMMNlNGin'ltij Super fancy Ca ameres, WilliaKi li-nvland ; Willnm ; them bdxanta.e: I to r.d' % :: inr- and r vjr.j his Suuthfrn i in.stitiJhmis, the vehicle tt arnusiiig anti l ; &> All legal advertisements must be paid for

Super English a-id French Cloths[ Sloan ; Duncan McDou- t.Io('il<, hi'J( n- pmchi-i!.,z elsi v. hi i U'. instinctive I thought upon; all proper subjects, | in advance.

Ljauil of L1tter Whitney iilinkots: 1)'), 1 11 and l-2qrs.t cad! ; Mordicai MVIS, as- N.I hI.) Ph\sri.ins; |rn'5' iipti' i.s put up with whether (.t scienee, literature, or generaL inforinntK j > Five Dollars! will be charged for announcing

Post O >!;"kc, ApilachiXV I Duilil% lilankels.S, U and it) qrs. sigilee (at ( t.rg&' \\? fl,, .., Laic :iridiccni"'j: ut ai.\ hmr i ci 1 I tl I i tn\! < r night.J ,n,-m a word!, to make it a welcome} visitor I Iat I candidate.? for oflicc -

c.iU, Fa., o'i! th 1 1st t ol <).-tob-r, IS 17.AgriMa Denim?, Kremlins I and Cuttonades, n binkrupt ; DamiIteJomm- C. ALLEN, 01 ce to the merchant and thc mechanic, the {}; }'- Ail advertisements from a distance must

Salva-ltn lla Uil, .Mr Drown Shit(in;; and Sheeting, g.tld ; Joseph .L Ttwreiwe March 21 I Cor. Crt-fro? :u.d ('of n. -co ct.:. student! and the farmer, shall ha our constant: ui- he sK-r-o-npjniwi: with the cash, or city reference,

Armstrong, Divid IIi.itis. \Varner Cotton iUnaMinis! 0R. 1'r.inchVilliain 11.BiMckm'nro'iiih leaver; and if, in addition to this, \\c shall lo ins-ire insertion.

Anderson, John llui 1 i John Cotton Drilling and Ticking, ; and I liei3tik b'*nah'od! l-y exttriit) oufcirc'ihiti'.ii Ut rough -----

IJrowii, Oralu S 1 llalv. Thus JI'jttN Linen and Cotton Cher I.*, ejf Pcnsteol. !he r.t n-r, (-rcriilen! I, th'j 1 tics whieh bind

A GHull. J.jtitt1ed IL (coId) I Irish Liiu-i, 'shir'in .iul: Shenting, Jfrf(:zisinl.c. ('fl r bo'.ovc'd S.ate .cnl City tiget her, aid to WILL HE prni.ijiiiEn AT WASJIINTO.Y D. c.

A J) Jter, Wui A HloicheJ Cotf.-n Shirting and Sheeting, Jipjjparin; to (lie sit !ficlion of the Jtifiz nl"Ihit'ouiJ I securr- t that tfnm of b\a>path} :.rtd! fetl-| (tit the xtventh f December next.

JUytttVin! Jt>h
.1rdrkt'1t, I I*am <*K M, 11 iti. tLetflons IXtias'uxr: ; i lain sind!) twilled t Ginghams, ant's S< liciror, lint the Defendants I lifTi-ruli'il; I 'tI,. -(r,... .,.. :, -;- ". '-: -' L'. Jt} % fisid our labors; amply! n pi'J.To : I OF tilE 4

!i. tit ,:lr 4pt Win i leuryL S-iper CasStiHTv1 d'F.r.j >se, named do not ie ide within the Western Circuit I v : t'i orlIblO u> to cor.tnuo our pr 'erif connection UNITED STATES

Ruit. i r.: lUn yJ, .1 M..i1iLiti : E\tr sij: '..T :MUMI.I de Laine, (1 t I the Sl.ite I r.f Florida, ltltithin tie! LTnII.'dtaIes -- ----- liov.ever, and to do ill that we would wish REPORTER,

Brafl&y, Jne; 4Lv Mn>cs II2t:; lb! Scotch: at1! Am "iican j do.SUVT nf America that io, that the Defendants'Juepi todo in the way c.f irr.provn.g The' Georgian," A Daily Journal of Government, Legislative and

Juiatstii lj L'wlniiu, J i* T ; lMli.ni; KIa> 1: and figured Silks! ; L. He'>buin resides i in I the Slate of Texas; wernu-t look f.r ao inne.ukd suppoit; lr"t.'i I thc General News

cke:4br. 4h. W IIJJjpfchn M imvt Anthony .lla.k Silc Cravats and fj-icv I Hkf*, t'ie' s jid Gent<:<' O. 1 Hepburn! in he State of .Mis FOR the cure of Dispcpsia Iflhie5tirfl, Bil- piMilic ; such we now ilicit and coniidently ex

Win I 13JJartst Murray, Tlj ni.isMiIntos'1 Super F/uIi
Jacob Mrslv i'iIi; ;!isnd Air.rricnn Cotton t I Ilkfs, B. I Hei burn, a.ul I the saul 'William i 1 1.>w land, I Diarrahera, GoJ't I, Rheumatism, Gravel, Flatulency : R. JACKSON.TKUMS completion: of his arrangements li.r the fdbishrn -

Ihker.Vm M 'r1s': S&JcI2: .1'R'ir.i Jlath'd" ..ndVro.i: head Hkf'-, each in tlie I State of t New 'York ; the I! h>. irs oh| Arc. For sale wln>le .tio ntul n tail, by -.t f.f a well-urrnizeil and independent Journal

1tizeth May >" J-f* ( Ladies' C'.illo'i f I foe and G"nts Hf-hop I JI tIm n I Peabddv (dece.i ed, anil I Daniel i M/Doujjald i Die 1-2 J. C. ALLEN, Imimg'st.: : i.f News at the Seat of the General Govern-

lrontt, lli'ii MCuiJiy. I'lilut-fk ( !>', oinio S-iper; Miiseilleand Worsted Vest ings, I heir tm-teej: the t-aid UitiL-s, 1 H ll It I aid Seahcnn THE DAILY GIVMIGIAN: t i is publKhed in iriert.i'helea'ing.

C.te l'i : r. AntingC C",t > i ami Flax Thread, Jones, John u. H mard md Edw.ird Cary, tinsees Tarrant's Counpomjd Extract of Savannah; at TKN: DOLLUS PFR A'cur.ov- features of the United States Reporter

s<:aa-, Richard 2 Patten, !Rue ic CoJMeno Plain and: lu'd S\\i-sand checked Muslins, I of C'alhotin ic I B,t s ; Mordicai i i M\irs, assignee Cueis atS t'oaviH._ able strni-annially, in advance; or, SIX DOLLARS will be the ti'llowin' :-

I.k1ro Ila*% O C Jam-: 1 :a'ul I Cariibric Muslins 1 i of (;enrge W. Ross, a bank-'ipt, and Dan Stands; unrivalled for its FOR Six MONTHS. I. Karly Inttlli tncc of the movements of the

Jhii1J CJKv R 0!>. Ge-1 A Ni--dl. l Pi:is, Tape, .Lc. &r.Whi'h McDoii.'ald, each reside i in I the State of (;Jcorui.i :.,:i- efficacy ; it penr.rrns a cure Tin: TRI-WIIKLY: GF.ORGIAN, far theCaJntr I rariitut Drp
i.-i, Li1in 2 IIic trJ-, Join G 2o have bje-i selected with great care in ; ; I the ?nd John W. Campbell, Hudson Arhornlun in a few t.vno cor.fine- !/, i is puMisbed to meet I the arra'>nernfntrf to unestic affairs and to the Foreign

Rtntf6.vi,('1Ev 'V < .nt'i 1 ': Augustus G New V.iikiud -t.nfrom: I Importersand Agents Xathaniel M. Thornton and Duncan \ men I or reslriclion in diet, the mat's' three times a week, (TuedaThursdiv \ Relations? ot the country, will be given with

Fn'. l, M.ciiael ',Lt.t8, .! ih'io of :Manufacturers, at the l>.wc>t maiket rate, and McDonald, each re idi> in the Slate of Alabama ; \ is necessary. It will: \\i and Saturday,) at the Oi'ice of I lie scrupulous fidel itv. Possessing peculiar facilities

; i 'Ja; Iith.I : ,vr now olK led .it wh'ih shor et.-il on favorable! he said Joseph; Branch and Lawrence O'B. ..ifonnd" invaiuabebeingpreartd ] DAILY'GEORGlAN/at.dcontains! a'l'! the intelligence fur obtaining information, the Hept.rter" will

i'eflt2uifl: Wjsliiagton Sv.tvJe, A I'. 1 terms by WM. G. POUTER fc Co. Branch and William H. Brockenbrc-u, each reside % > with the greatest Commercial, Political arid Miceaneons !! be en.thl d I frequently to communicate, exclusively -

Fraser, Jese Turner H L .1 IX'C.j, Isli. 41 Water street.B. in the Middle Circuit ol Florida : It is therefore \ .. ji possible care, upon well including new Advertisements published :intelligence of the most important cha

1iyt1I. ia' i'i.l.ii; H J ..1Fe11 ordered, that the said Defendants hereinbe-, I"f tested firinciph-s, foundei :n tho Dailv Paper. racter.

Jd1la 1h'I, t; Ellison & Co., 21 Wafer sir cci. fore named and every of them.di appear and upon that important law. THIS PAPER is-sent to all parts of the State If- The Vtrbnthn Rtport* of Proceedings

Gr4', Michael 3 1.d i:341t: 1,1!, *& S SHIP CH \NDLERY.MANILLA answer the said bill of complaint, otherwise the -t-!* 4. fir>t established by the celebrated and Union, or delivered in the city, at FIVE and Jebntes oj'the United,Stutes Senate, which

rw.;y.i' f W f; WTI it.1, 1)i'ie1 : and Hemp Cordage of all izes, same shall he taken pro cunfesso against them -. Dr. Fordvce, viz : DOLLARS per annum ; or, at TI1RFC DOLLARS thc proprietor in bound to furnish daily to that |

Gardner, Thos N \Vhite, Francis 2 I Wormline, Mailine, Spim- amid each of them in default : l'rovided, this order _____ that a combination of simfiar kir six months. body, in accordance with the terms ol the con- :

(Ireei, Jo'iti Wails, Capt A .vt1rrii1 yarn, Oakum.' Sjii-rm Oil, Fall do, Whale do, Olive be published in any newspaper printed in this remedies would produce a more certain, THE WEEKLY GEORGIAN, is published tract made at the close of the last session riCongres. '

Mary %'e)4.! ('F, J' '!flI Jjo, Lir.seed do. Raw do, Boil.-d do. Spirits Tur- Circuit once a week for four months from the speedy, and considerable e-fii-ct! tian! any equivalent every Friday afternoon, at THREE DOLLARS The arransiemcnts ntfwTnadel?! t

IurI. Harriet I Williams, I Harvey I l>?nnno, Paints, Window* tllass. Putty, White** date hereof. Dated April 1 1 1S47. dose of any single oneIn many cases the per annum-all payable in advance. once fully secure to the Senate of the United

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will adv--uis-. Eniratd do, Imperial do, Chrotn" Velnw! VerbgrN fo the Western Circuit of Florida. cation. F'crsale by and the in
lers sav they are Briztit V.irnish Judge NEW ORLEANS TYPE FOUNDRY Debates; to people- a greatly enlarged ?
1.itli Silpliur, Copal
JOS. .S. MAY, P. M. (do. FaT, ltin.rage,Pit(11, '1'iIrp'fl1lfle, Cial, Paintflru'.to' RANDALL & HARNKR, Dec 12 _J. C. ALLEN, Drujrgist.WINER'S ANDPrinters' I decree-the benefit of the experience, sigacity

Varni-i do 'Ftrd') Serub do. Clanip do _Complainant's Solicitors. 20- 1m }'iiri <.5iing "\\ areliouse..Aw. and statesmanship ot that b'jfy to which they

Groceries mid Ship Stows. 1 L-jir.i'i: D'hckVciiVlk'V/iiii'inV, Russia Duck EngIluh 17 C'unulr-tntt, l\otr. I i have ever looked with solicitous and respectful f fregard.
III District Court of the United
Jav-tdi St. Domingo do, Cotton do Heavy Ravens do, Light do, .
COfVEE, do, f I THE undersigned beg leave to announce to I -
RIO Flour, Western.do; N 0 S'uar, While, l3li and I Id! Hinting, Nails, Copper do, States, for the Northern District JL Publishers and Printers, that they have III. The ProcffJiii i and Debates in the

St. Croix d", Porto Ilico do, Yoan? Hyroii Tea, do Tacks, Ship Spikes, Boat do, Brad, Screws, of Florida.IX fabli-heda complete and extensive TYPE FOUNDRY es-- Iloiiisof R'-j-resenlalices will an bezivtn with
di Powclion <1 >, juclion Hysja ) ? ; fullness impartiality, and the utmost prompttnde. !-
in this Tho Uook
Ch "*-. L trI, Hico-i! Ham-, Si Je Shoultlr ', ().irs, Blocks, Shives, Jib Hanks, Hand Daniel X. McLean, and'others city. LOJUT of this ;' Each record will be completely
M-.l if.vVni !i v, Man 1 Prim" I>eef, Pumps, 1)'k 15-ickets. Cedar do, Deck Brooms, of the Fi>undry was cut to cider by workmen of loi.u : slaj'.s /
M-.saaJ PrimPor't.' .Mie';.%r.-;. .CM-!, Invn.H Corn
rrinz, :Sotin Js tirl! Ton.; >-.-. (CI I FI !I T. i ru< Helve I 11.mis; and TiiimblfsBox I Hooks, Ihledo, steam boat Augusta, obtain the hantisorr.e-t laces and to perfect it in morning. ,
Can do Cotton do, Boat do, Fih do, Caulking vs. Libel for Ccllision.Ditfd j I V. .Z Synoptical 1'ific of the Proceeding
PiiV", C'C-s, Cit*. I'ivr fJC"Olive?, every respect, we will vt-iture to say it wulb* ;
C4;>'*rs, Pjeivl-s, S'MJI, S'.areh, Tth) IU a-l, Pilot d >, Crn.ii'is. Vuie; r, Uned Fruits, irs. Bung DipperCook's; Lad ks. Tormentors, her tackle, apparel and irTft.A.rVl..* **- : United States. We have al-') a very ham'some I be regularly phen. Members ot Cfngrfss and

Bi'! *, ? ilt. Iti.as, MiciromVniMceJii, Arrow DiviJcfs, C'.omMces.| Sail Needle! ?, Sail Twine, furniti're. iU'rj ii I assortment cf Flowers anal J<-b Letter of the} latest all; classes of reader* will Ih'ls be kept lullv an?
ititot.Corn, Oa.s, }'l'vi'iI.; ; \Iti-tird, Rice.F..r Seine do, S win? iu. Palms! lii sin? L atlifr, is hereby given lo all whom it may sjsternattcally informed of t Dorr.eMic Legislation
NOTICE to which would call the attention
K- E1.1AC.. ). Punr. ti's. .() S Himmer Hatchets. Chisels, style, we
saliy that virtue of
1I.IIIJSaWs Ginhlet IlamiclawFihe hy an attachment t JL" I I of Printers b'-t'ore --rulitre.! \il I in all oprtmnu r>f tli* Init-d Staffs.
J411 2 21 I dit tr.t. A'tur ['laups, c1tNADlAr V i: It M piirclt.i-n: !
tiat Tail (10, (tori 'riu1res, Cuithoard Locl warrant of ai rest, iswd in the above cause, I The rcniedx to v\l ichwe w< uld call I the ;itt -n- articles manufactured hj us snail be of a mate- V. Karly Intelligence of all important more'nitHts

Or.S;, Sa ie< and I'.ruau->y the case; itick do, hIutks anl Sti1rs, Bir4i fadok! have seized and taken I the above mentioned SteamBoat t lion of the public, is r.i.e which has j proxed sue* ri.il equ.il, if i.t.t t superi jr, to any mufacturni in the Legislatures of Gieat Britain and

_lj V.nnen> Sho< i an.l I'.iAnjs ; 'oid : etvs, r nint I I a ilyarls, I land Lines, Enr.iula, her tackle, apparel and! furniture, cesMul for a Innu tune : and jt universally sr- at the N rth ; and as we shall sell Type at New France will be communicated by every steatnr
Sea do Loq do, lY-h tIe,. I Hand Lfrtfis, DeepS to anvr to the lih'-l filed therein, for ihitna in 1.'r'donard
.Unvn through
Men's, U-iys aid V tuth. : Deep ; e Tritts lt'.l.cd In all \\ho lii\i-tiiid it, tobe FAI U! York prices, We trust lo mee-t with encourage I from Europe, reporters
'4 s'd Bro.Lns; ea dr, Sli-"ft do, liar do, Funnels Lanthorn for a collision, in a cause civil and maritime.- Pans, who possess peculiar facilities for obta'iaz --
( e\crenipl
P. Book Cairo do.ReLtvi any
LinPitfh ?* tg ,
ClMlk That the s.ud is returnable !before the .
Men's pe icd Bist4; inPin-, Tin W.ir.-, Crockery, Carp'nier' process I h-easi st tr whir li it is iiui.iii(2id. I It hot We are now prepared fn manufacture BRASS infornrt.tiori.Vt.
ti: sewed H.i District Court t.f the L'nftcd State for the Xortheui The G'nral .Vncs of the Day will be
'1Ol. S Post"c Vc.Ajiildehicola only (h. '..tr'vs1)lL'tl AND IXI.OHATKS'IH'i RULE and TYl'Eolativ m'griilude, withpromptnc ; -
mpoii
Rusct Uro F T *ale by 'District of Florida, at t the Clerk's r>ih>e (.f given in a condensed form, with industry and at
gJns.- .T 0\ slid Court, in: the city of Apaln"!hicoh, on I the
ion.
CO.
_B. ELL1 > & tent
s t1lt(! lie abundant >!ir.o or mucus hi of Prir.tcrs to our LEADS t.aiiag an cmiI -
stipd
Jan 23 -l W tcr street. UEKN So CON'NERV, No.. 30. Water street, third Monday (I'th day) of May, in taut, at 10 PKKVALCXT IX Till: STOMACH ANDHOWILS I ire r.ew set of mouHs, by which we ore e-.ubltd! Such is a bri"f view of what the "Unite**
G offer for sale A. M., at which time and place the said i Ici nerl be. All! the pLsi:sar
hive ust received aid cause States Reporter <( tr.
| : OF CHILUKIIN.I I 1 I n ,ire -ccmiu to furnish a [icr.'ect article. We are also Age.ittor ; .
- OairpHEsvi'ncn'1'r U3'Iciafl1esIT.' J.'i sacks Gr Rio Cofleee, (now ;) is to be heard. 'd arrangement have been well matured, ar.r!
en crop
tt.'Ne 111 b.nl health. The i-nhiein.; forrrs the b-d! the sln if the:; Napier, 1Va-hiinnieeni, ural
b eiedon coin.m1t Western Flour -at Ainhchicrih, this 15th diy .1 l ; I cherished tttrit the 1".
loo barrels N'rthern aid, ; < .1Iay, the hope is confidently ,
ei r:est< j in which Woru.s\ | K.thu'e I their \'i'r! Smith Pi esses, whirb ti ether with Chases,
1_ the fi ilvr 4 articles : 01-1 Re-'lifieii Whiskry : h the year 1' IRIJflCii' MVKKS 1 : S. Reporttr" will itself; an energetic, in-
20J prove
and I hyreiii'ivinff i it, 1 it 1 is iij..-sntii!' ie li.r '.'.ul IflS to Ca-cs, C"riipo:: ing S4irc! ?, Furniture, Ink. aid I ,
2 caVits choice O'.l I P rt Wine; r. S. Mnshalhv : ,
b'ms ivhiJf pas and bro-.vn Sap; [If? ULiiiLtt& diiU II TI Vjurnal.
,
luJ ether ar'ile in the
rt-ijiii Jii the b >d\ I It !i. l.'i.n.h 1:1: itetloft': every le jUtr.-d Printi-'ir h:5i-
1 OM Mtl-ira Wine ; d. 1'vadudu II. R. TAILOR, I D. M. will have iews-n.poiiTica
hl.dsN. 0. S-igar > It no party \
5 > ;
; the neswill he lian.l and
oti t lie \it-m, .if'i ( !:>> health c1 l j.-itu-ut i- h-e1t 0:1 nirnNt.cd atinantacluifr's I
1 oiparior OlJ :S-tci! WhiAey! ; Qt() casks Hicoi: Sides and ShonLiers ; Miv ',> }, Is 17. 1ttfL'i'auIhii whv.'j prices. | !,i-e;. Tht* proprietor! by the tertr.s ot his crnj -
ahaimproved i its u.-e, even nu \votn.sThe
2 Pali x flt ). Otud) randy: at l1.rns I y I tract with the Senate of the United S'at.-s, is
5
; Court ar diseovt-r'L I Editors: ar-ri Printer- wishing t Ia oitabisi! a
} Dirk Oupond Dr4tdy; 20 hirrcls CLirifitd! Sugar ; is ." Ne'.san'r Jut Printinj b-'Jind to the condition that''the paper shall con-
if'r
>T.vri: wCInrles : FLUII1DA. Cin.i'Ii.in.rhi nnlyj. > cents a ; or : Otlk-e will be t'unihrd -
1U baskets Loidon Clua" Ch tnii' 10 b!(.rc-rl, than with an .> imate in detail for tit! same, fain no political discussions! except the deSatts"U
Als i, a variety of Se. urs, ail < wnich \\ ill be Candles Will be n vehicle cf Xirvv--rot the or an otaiy
5'J Sperm ; George; W.Bjriuid other.1'repan. by -J.ttin: :.: t the sold low, for casli oul\, bv M.-CULLY 2J barrels X E Hum ; uud Charles d only hy .THN WFXF.R & Co., 5C : ai.-l (iiu'ititv! cf ? ork to b.1 execnted.fjr set opinions.. The grand aim of the sub-

EDWARD.'.'I 'Aritr street., 10 White's; flltimnre Gin ; Lnrkin, Mcrr-hants, Attachment. Maiden Lane! New YI rk. :;- 'Ihe l pr. -.inetifrs of newspapers w-o will --c-riJjtr K to e>r. b-h.! at tie seat rf Government,
Feb 11 I 10 D >:nHtic Braidv; ; I-Ivrrtivment six n-i/Vifh' :i futhf'il and protr.| reporter ft"all sorts of m-
trading mh-i the firm f Sutnsvrrii i lofir> H 00f H. I". ARELL, Acn.t pnbl'-h and send
Yittr'; 3.tlsn: of 'jVilJ Cisey.II. 10 NO M-.b-e ; () Barnanl, Aditiis Damages >s>'j' 0.) J.-uO! *''r A1f :laiict'I.i.; n P'4 r to CIty rfHce wf-tklv will be paid for the i ia'voit ti-lliget.ce rc.j'or.sile ac7Jt, on which the
fl1) boxesKu'lii) I Dury Chce ____ ___ t pohticivi, the business man, the inanufacturer,
') )JE\ ji-t L .il by ; & Co. -- ------ ---- ----- ; ?int-ni by rcring! six tirr.e tIim-avnot.nt
1- \,nl I ) t'. .\ 8CLL.Rtj1 .7, JJUTCJ Kentucky l Bi :.. iu ; VS.John 'hc' '; : ? c'1n@( ot .idvertij-i: bill iu 'Ivpe- the mechanic! and every one interested in the .

:flJ coils Hope; : Dill.THE J GREEN; & CO., alljirs of Cotisiress and the Government, may rely

:, tI)1I !. I'J biles A'.i-atit' Mats; Defendant: and all i.thr-rs interested, will >F H< HI'.IK.r.XI.' ( I.Ll-i'AMPANf :. May22, 1 !17. 1 l"-m; IT Canal st. Row. I It at all tiriies with implicit confi'Stnce.

-I (111 P' K .i ; v A .i .. b'J hxsaiid hlf-bxs (new crop) Mai. Raisins; I notice of the I institution of tie! above t'nri vird: I'Tthr cur-' of! f'mi n.i-t (\.!tL-. Art'n imrna, It is bfSieved that the p-u;>lihrr.tr.t of such a
r.f I1.t-I, i XV h'-: I '%'hiJii I I'iml- %: Meilceisieti.T rcliaVt Journal vf Jnleflitntf on terms which
.L'J'.J 1EJ'J coils !{? ?; 10 Leino'i*; stilt by aMachtnt-nf, rrtoruable I lo the December, ri'ittirr ,
4 bale tjrzi'tn Twine, {kr si'ebyWM. ", ') MannfactnredTobacco; T Tin, 1 S 17, of Franklin; Circuit I Court, and will ty of i>i ie>iihinj I I I'i -uri-v, Con-uniptiou, tit: s'nriscriltr ht* jot it-coixol pT recent I place it within the reach t>f the gnat ma esct

G PORTKll &, CO. 25 casesa-iS'irted Pickles; and plead tbereto, accordiuir fo Iiv.CAHRAWAY a iii all! DIMMt1) .1 t ii! LI.:) ;-. arrivals fiotn New York, a full and complete the people, at the cotnKiencerner. of what f.r--
Dec 5 -It W-ttr-Ireet. 30 barrels Mackerel, Xos 2 and 3 ; appear( MITH, Bionchitis, a thi-'a-.n Limit! i is e-t-pin'. I thouands stock, consisting in par Su'ph.' ofniiif (jii- j I n.ist-s t-' be a me-? ir.tere'ti1g and eventful period!

ytj hall !) )!* do do ; PhititifPs Attorney.A.ih".hicoia t-j a priMi.ifiiie ifr ivy uiidt the r.nrme of ', I Hvd.I de 1'.ta--i n I, r.m-ti i<- P i a.p, .liemr.e, I in tl he history of Consressiorial procetsim, will

Ironiils, Ar.TOXS 2.J boxes asvirled Syrups ; \liih13, 1I7.. ainil7; I 1 1-lrn Cojii'un/.ion, can be ctiixd m by tiding th's 1 mcdi- Al.in it in and S"i'h.! of M''ro hi ie. r.ntH-r ('t>i t n-_ i 1 be rpganlfd with favor hv all clas-e; r.f the coraanj -

.') (-'I Svve-le Iron, asortedizes; 2') i clieshi and b.jv.-s Gunpowder and Hv10 ] ; Chi- rule of Gold and Sochnrn, Calotr.e-l. J :lap, I IIpic.T rninity ; bavins thus stated his ofcjtc!*, the

.4i.t_ 1'JJ KP.H Xaih, Weu'lin HUM ,rte-l F3':1.tskli1 Circuit Court. in u--e I in C:mai'a: v. :lure it h is bi-coir.c uiiivt I i?. il Ep-or.i Salts lldclm Loaves the at f *he
4 Ct4'4 a Dodge,
20 Blacksmith' Steel Faced Anvils; 2 !nlf !pipes Old Cognac Brandy ; ) ly known, and is coTi-uic-u-il tiic best medicine ScullitPowdirs.Snli powderSulphei fl-wetjid I United States
IN CHANCERY.
vs. .
20 }>ilish aud Aniencan %'isc ; 10 baskets ''Hv.i., .: ;: Crunp'anc! ; > in use for all I I pulrnonarv 'lis-'a. -s. The rcai : : role, LVppfi.iSiltptter, -\ltim, Aloes.Cahind JAMES HOUSTON,
James
WaN.n cl.
B U-m-s ri 5 sucrcas winch i lia-* at I t.dit i itu.e I iii th.it c.'i U- and O-rb. of .M. in the Senate of the U. S.
20 ; :ij ke,T" XaiU, as irk-d si/cs ; I). K. tg-ie< G'irn Cam ---or, Ftencirrapber to
12: dozen Spade> a.i Slnvcls; i>."> hb! < Pilot and' Xavy Biead ; Dodge, ) Partition.D. tiy, 'ind I the tnanv I tiuly wo'.tloiiul! t I riinshti hli.iw Flax eed, H'>r.ix. Ala Iarg' suppl; < I f a- 05- The "Unitttl States Reporter" will be
Bill
lor
s.
10 *' Collins' \\cs; :y tierces now Rice; ; b.-en! i-lU'cffd l ttV it, IMS !idiicid I the pnprietoi'iModiiee rI oil ( :Jl'iss Ware: ai.i! a g.-';<-r.-.l a-snrtme'it' i printed a Unie and hafljslIehi'Ctnr.d: i0fdovrry
| 't. ah
Mr-Doug.jd, ( )
10 bvs Cflivi and iV (.Ip1 Card*; 20 keg4 an.l piirtersnt-t? Bnckwhcal ;J -'; i i it t int'' I the (Ui ted Sl.iticon; all i-ifi.'ios in he Drug line. For .alc hv morning, except Sundajs, at the rate ct
: W. IIO-'S:) luvi'i filed .etFfion
; a ] rII its ll.e .lUnd .'In..bit!
GEOliGi fideiil of being 1 nu : \ ? reined
vUnlC Steel Mill Sans June 12
U t ls Xort! L I1'- AMELL. 6
1 cd > ; 2'JO b'ish' r [ per annum.
:
t April, 1" 'G, pi"Aing! lo have a certain ilis-'nvt-n-tl aul !. itd to ail ilHeaMsr _
ever ; :; t -
an-1 '!. Sto.-l fur-ale ; ,
.ri '
J031 IbiCast -rmn by Ap-alachicola, Dec 1 Ii) .fl'u..att's Efivveit -
amount of (Com I SeltzciJT1'.ALTI
inont-ynow in! I, longing to f I the tiulu<; t's .f 1:11 I
\'II. w. i' .UTHtJ *i 00.Tac4 < .iin c- whf-nauyol > : In connection with the daily paper, there will
''ofe'idantaupiopii' ilod to the f\\ Ins A
41 VV '1'm.hieco. p.iiifi.l! perform I tiioir I i.itiiral t or h -ty i t't1tUxt'rL:ttz u be i--iu-d frorn the etilihlatcnt,
._ W fsa< I llK' ("ooiivllur ;i.nl ".liciloi ol s.ud dofftidaiits bosh z1:it-hml! jtul sof'hii-g! itiiiiu-i.ee <_v>..iInr I : : I UF.NKvVKD. and an in i igorated! same
.) I H. LF boxes Maaufactured L Roane1Brui'l. ( ; und I th" fiat ur having bten ii-h rred tome tunic I i 'tis of the wiiole S\M> :u, diifkiuishtiiir I icitr'iiinl -\- _x..L a1 d IK illhfi.l ii.l'tion! of hoilv |i.rdticett! TJe lirror of Cosresi.

,,_, I as Special M.isli t'l r i in Clntio,- to act and h b\ 'Ituse rIt,1.Vr3 HIVKKVKjCENri. :: ; the
Fall Crop, lor sale bv Mi.iufjctured ,s W Price" Brand ry te- when i'\ (--:-;vo, ;ilij\nic iiiit.itioi, r.r : : This publi'Mtion will contain \rlusuelv
FRESH 41 half boxes poit 1 I 1itta.1 I tho s.j rite, a'lor I having ni\i-n :'JO dis :-i.i/i /i.ii \I'.RIKT.pre'ji.s | rf the
17 H.! IA HELL.iJININC : '' do. sre1t.cs.tn.l; piin: a1 d 'o.-i'l\! itii! | tini:uiinew- Reports ot the Pnvenhsi s and Debates
;:'j '' W JJirlow" U''tic" by pii'iliiMtion in tinpi",:it. It is tin ref ed vi .ji.r :aiid i-l !-'ii''Uv Ii ( !tv-- wuU! ii.iiiPrepaud ,.-. 'l ili.; : itnm i- trImly&s:ily allo-.tel I I.I I.l>K Concr; i>f the L.-ited: States. It will b.i is'ued

Camphor and Piperiae, !U3t received 24 "J .re on tLtid that <>,tideouu; W. I toss, I the- (hfcnd.u.ts ; ; and, -'_,, I, wh-h.! -.'!< ni.il r. tail hv I tl'.k.- n'.1 i .' ir itm-dv: ot t the jiv-ent diy, tt-r M-mi-vveelvlj, in on t-legaM quarto fi rm. ttiroushotit -
"
tnt! for dlc lvAorill la 27? 1 lh! boxes WMmgan" Walton, McDmi I '' .. .M, ,i. ul., and all I tlhjsinientcd JUl IN .VI SLIt Ai Co, S3 iuiiilen i Lane, New the prevention and cure of I In hiest ti.in, Hilionsan t Ihos nw ot Cor. ri'sa.'tlviillbefHrnrhedto

? H. F. A HELL.Q 1-2 l''> Luiim" W Brand to appp.ir b--fore rue in the city of York, sole proprietor for the Um'i-1 Matis.H. J
r boves Mtnufaclurcd Morgan" Ap.ilachicola! on! I the cevcnih ((7th) of April ne\f, F. AHULL, Agent I Heirt: urn, haSilu.il Costivvne-", &.c. bug ssioiI ;and one dollar tVr the short session.It .

PctcrN r-X4' .tUtibiIhtUS Premium.rt 'then! arid there to present or defend their respective Jan 0 for AiuUchicola.of Travellerai.tl residents in warm climate-* will is believed that thicr..'.it national wrrk will

PilSs. box-* Nap"- claim-*, 5.C. find it n d.'sjnbh' art ide ; i it I prevents any accu- bee deemed indi-nensable i'i the library f every
< :>lv, nst tec ived und for cdebyr leon's" Brand Magnolia. CRRWAY; SMITh Rilsiuz Ijiverwort.ARI'MKDY fat nof bile
AFRESH ip; u nntl H pnrt.ilfle, and the ir.ttl-odo t public institution, politician! and jirofvss'onal!
17 H. F AHKI.h.N 5 boxes Minufactured Napoleon's" Sif"iol MaIer in Chancery. rni'st perfect is said now to he preparation: is umi-'ully coi\enient. C h i hIrer, man, throughout the c.'nritry and! that it will &e

FIo2ltkt VOhtSS( Brand "Strawbery. '' Apahchicol.1.; Match 0, 15 17. 8fCJThe -.">t I .1 in st-ltled t Coi'.suinption, Liver have fnnjnent; orrasmn for gent Ic and cooling regarded hy the great mass ot the '-t-ople as the

50 2J Ib boxes \tani1artimrcd "Napo |: hearing of I Ihab'! e matter is postponed Coinplaiiil I or any of t their i incipient sunpti nx, P'ir-ativi-s; ; they will take this aperient in pie- very bt-rpohtical text book for their own instruction
tierces l barrels l-n ovli. .ln.
un aie Bnud"M
ELLISON & CO. leon and! retail bv ( and that o!' their children.
Dew
(
.1 11 boxc-s M i'i'if.iclured M-irford Honey Apalachicola, April 10,1 I'.> I7- 1.1-lt Doctor TAYLOR'S ci-leb'iatt-d n.eihcine, the K' :j:,. J C. ALLEN, Druggist, &c.rOT1CE '
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Feb SO __ 21 Water -tiert.Winlov 10 I Crates Cnckery ; I 1-I,OJO Florida Si ars CCJ-: The hcaiins: (ifS the above matter is postponed Geiniiu: BILSAM or Livrr.WORT,which he prepares IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT.

Throughout the session of Congress, Extra
Trace Chains. having hu-mess with
Car etinir, Cotton Cards, "PERSONS the subscriJ. -
: I It f a-wrled just receive Inzrain ,> ; Apiil2l,1817.I 15-2m now espoused hy several eminent phjciai..s; is, United
<> sizes hers during their absence ( will be is-uod from the office of the
byLOCKHART the will
cloronsisntnents,
rem
A For tale low to CC5Tho: hearing of the above matter is of tht city,
a-id for sale by : postponed and has been for a long time, the scent States ** the ef all
ccwtainir.c
j.lease reports
& YOUNG, to apply it Jlr. Charles A. Green. Reporter,
until I Ilio 30th f Xovembcr
*T. 7. A HELL.Exf r> next. unparalleled success which hns attended Doctor
June 12 such Debates exciting
>1 Water street. J"ly 1-2 J. DAY & CO.Bull's as may possess peculiarly
Nov.. 14 Apalachicola, July 3, 1817. Taylor's medicine in performing its woruHfnl interest.

r-ict SLraLtrIIa. -- cures, which in many, very many ca es, have- aiicPSaiid's All and communications to be
anil Cirpcls. subscriptions
ULL'S & S.X.N'IH', lor sale by the dozen 01 r Oil Cloths Franklin Circuit Court. been almost incredible, but the conclusive pi 'of- just received, for sale by

B irle bottle, by 1O PCS OilCloth, Lund 2 yards wide; Barnard, Adams & Co., \ the Doctor can bring forward are irresistible, and SARSAPARILLA H. F. A HELL post-paid, and addressed JAMES A. HOUSTON,
J. C ALI.KN.A 3 Ingrain Carpeting;
July 17 pcs super aVnd F In Chancery- we advise all who may have coughs or sirnpK- COffCa United States Reporter, Warhington, DC-
3 Cotton John Dill Elizabeth
f colds even to use this perfect specific without .
Biy ECtitii.FREsfl 1 BAG RIO for sale by July 31.7.
:Fr nr'i's 'iperio:r 2 Stair Ann Dill. J delay. Franklin a small leak will sink 00 All throughout the United Staff
sut>.-ly of A WM. G. PORTER & CO. says a I May 15 J- DAY & CO. n w-p'per3
tltv tl'in: ji'iit received and fur silc bv For ale by Water street. IT having been made to appear bv affidavit that bia: ship.*' Therefore, cure your coughs before who imbli-h ibis Prn-p.cmu' once a wfk from
H. F. XHF.LL.Sar.tparila Dec S _41 the defendants John Dill and Elizabeth Ann your lungs are past cure. For sale by CREAM TARTAR anT Tamarinds, jusTre- (lus o.te till tlie: meetins of Congress will be en-
Jin'2
Shoes. Dill, reside out ot the State of Florida, to wit: J. C. ALLEN, Sole Agent for and for sale by tilled to an exchange with the United States
and
Syrup. Boots in the State Georgia. It is ordered that publication April 17 H. F. ABELL. Reporter" and w ill be placed on the lit of those
bv and Men's Russet BroRantt; Apatachkola.CAUTIONThe to whom the Extras will h*> desparched.JLninp .
and for
in
TCJST received, tae BOY'S be made for four months, some newspaper .
genuine Doctor TAYLOR'SBALHM
J II. F.FF.T'S .AflELT,. and peg'd Kip Brogans; Congress \Vatc
June 12 printed in the city of Apalachicola, requiring -
; Gents fine Calf Bro an? ; or LIVKHWORT, has on the bottle a N pints and .juarts,jtist received for sale by Oil
bill else it
and said
: them to
) : ; t/'E PILLS AND Pi1EN1 Win's negM and Bcw'd Shoes; Children's. do. appear answer splendid steel plate encravinp, to prevent cnnrterfeils J"- i'3 H. F. ARELL.Pnnacca. F the best qualify, for summer use, for sntl

M BITTERN just received and for sale by Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes ; will be taken pro confesso.BALTZELL signed by Gurdon J. Leeds, any other is O by [jnlyri] J. C. AtLEN
THOMAS
Judge.
Nov 21 J. C ALLEN. Super Ladies* coarse and fine Calf Boots. vile dangerous imitations, and the public arc .
July 24, 1847. 28-lm cautioned not to purchase deal in it it is OUCK and SWAIM'S Panacea Oil.
of QUININE: A large and extensive assortment, just received or as II just received Lump
S"ULPHATE and MURIATE and for sale by WM. G PORTER & CO. ROSE and Lavander Water, for sale by protected by the U. S. Copy Right Laws. and for sale by WINTER straineda splendid article, firsala

for sale by J. ALLEN. Dec 5 41 Water street.r ? J. C. ALLEN. March 21, 1846. 12-lj June 12 H. F. ABELLI [janSO] J C ALLENf -
July 17

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