<%BANNER%> I ntST.; .id I :*.* 24Ttn?' l-t, -.t'lh-.i i( ,f 1 1' N ui s 1 1 tt*) jnriuMVioj u tilt ttved : AFK" 1.1.!.i' AUELLIX >

a ,.., j, ; -1 -t <)i aLt 1'i- ri ; H, %v.g itllaldfl'id.t Nnv 11 -F. AIirLL.A !' ( 1 I la In 1iCt1-l\rt .!'+iri'rrd 1t'1'lt'Stsi'\a. _

i fi >( < r' '' 1 .'>. i i.-r.' wrd niI;i ', > j ,j i,>r I! &:* r-c Vt rv 'at9g'es. !)lac -t: lift' uti Jr toi P1 i r lvC'1' \i i.' 1 >r'atr ddl)1"r _\a? and t llI'lll', lui F"wll'I'a''t 3'r )i'Rres.
>. L) J 1y 17 J/C.ALJX.
M L'i- -. i' l j' r. n*" I', :'r i : .< -, rf rh i.J tt! :1 wJIi FEW bos s ol Mt> ..| fll ,fined f,' toes, i ; > } I'is lt ,: t ) lanl'ily! )";' IIn1211'r'atrd ; tierces ( bure.-: -re-- n*
II .'!i-r. l.r!' rn.k it 4RJ a a' jj. JL*.' >\ & co.
; deltt tir'ra-t ( tlrn'. ,
i i iat ,tor ; tIe bySj :. :. t'ULLI' hlt'i :i lpt3 Ihd I to 1') l .( Ifliatyt''larntr"vtt11 : ,
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i \ ''HT. cr ::;, '' .l Cuvl. 1, .1 | X. J!. AH "orpins '.dGted lo we are reqto Iui 4edJ h!+ !i''t 1iti nit; 1 t.) I+) i i.-ln-r: llrn) )rI1v41 : r 111; > very fti"u'iiius! rermnty for e\ferinma-

.". TJTuiVPT j j J a. 1,4 s av c -; .}. C. t3t1aZ Yi : y, b1'' 1!; 1'i -t< ti I t > 1 ) in*ln-tvc ui aifnproved ; t.n; rnrn"dijt.'lv, it a pr.( >;. application !w L.* F lh 111.1 t'i a.urt d srzes just rceeireJ
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'.s c+ .Nov. H ]M7. Mf."I !: ():l e t'rie+ i. Itr); .: Inn butfk i+4't IT i to t 1J) i .'lusivi o,um, roved; rt i i !c, ot ill ot t th above na'ned annoyance. UsFliM -. A ,
: < Filt: M Tin:: rrrniroi.: : Nnv n :.hcc' j LLY I v; ,i : >r sate bvJn -
l .ier st. block t iJ 1.,it-> urn t to 1#) I'.ri'itvtunimproved; aid Mr>-.juito Poison liar attained a very ex-
-, : 2 II. F. ATIEBtLF .
"r 1111nri--I! bfl'-* Colton 3 i +'\ (K(1( ('rjef, &C blitz( -.1 fts ;.H| i tt! 1 I'i i iu-'i\f U'Uinj; luved; t.M-iv.' .vl'infv tar its >VdriJihlede tni *hvepti>- '

i V. TT r Tm'<-d tr'nIs \'evY"j i.'. w briir 1'alala- Ssvly.ie' s Syrti !> of \7iif3 CIsorry, _bbs ''! l 'f-2 DOS 1 tn 1 1j r rl1tr u'tmi;irove l ; :,itTti:g to tint order
f ."-.I ) IHPI 31" ti '< r << t ..rr d t aw, rU'tf'itf 1 (jiuctiiojs &c. Ti' tjl 1' rt'ccitcd full lor bil<* bv blur. ;t i L- an1 1 {fu J:> i'IrrlIstre tnirn nvd : Vi ti4 i t .1. 4'. ALLEN, 1)rurt t. / > vV \\iV' ;. r -ok ut: (' il-zen cr _
.i.! .T }!hr. r f i : i-; : t. c /1--i.t: .:r is t7 irt as t<'llu'\st \ izi.ud .1 't -
S Iitli'1 yI I ,t; lii.l I to 1 } i:M'luv! *? IUittaroVeii, I ; Cir of Il"O7AIIR !,> !KtfIr../
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l U-TT, "J .it 1<'if, ( ZiUlUC Stt1)1+, it :2f(1 h1o"2r L'"i In'-, tti. 1i '? i 3 'r 7S '.# I1! IrUHEtri1Vt'tt ; Jnly 17 J. C': ALLEX.Ball's .
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is BSS j, r. i. v'tiri bl -\ J.. / 1 i. : r.rtd J '', 7 9 1"1 ttnitn"raved ; VV N VV
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v f'ic Jt M 'v' ':7i ; 3; t nkis torn I' ** ;C1i'i.l caloijttl, Cltc. Juh 17 J. C. ALTXN. Sand's
f / lli.ii.dv, ;t Up"T. urticle, 1 a 3wSRS.VP.vfliLL
::d ,!' ':: tit( IMt..- l tu t'i ii tirill4tVt ununrnned -
<' HI. do.M. Tl"Ti"m2 C4ivt-d a.d Pur -;:> bv QAI :VD OIL juaF"fectfivfdtrd tui file 5y .V jw-t r.ertvetifor sale by.
t !<4s in-3 1 (t') i J jur ligive ut nn;'n,ved ; ,
,+ (; Itr Sect LLHX.Net D Apr I 17 1 IL !! MltJ.L il. F. ABELLCr
,1ttlc I+t, n gttalit i, I -
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l..1 1'11,. blut'1: 'finn J ti t;> iininrrr; +ar ; _
"" Ni4lhernilU, Piw11lyidlydv, t' t; f l iciv iOU 1'jf-j ft)3I to lOiucSNivlol uUrn: !rtv-i inn. : For H.ilejHj
-! r I,' i1C t.arnlt-14 bal"? rot1 > l \ APTU'M Tamarind-], jo re-
1 'J' hujt-r y bbis lu 1rntltlt', : Cr< !ix aid .Trirau a ltllt',, ami TwissCoMMtllCII.STKrFT 1 1J:1 cltbl i 1'r1d nu; 1 to JuiiicluiWl \ '- { i i : -1 Hili) + choice X OSiwar ; n ni ad! f T sato hv ,
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ifiat l na, J'ort awl (9 .1&a l,Jinea, .ickbfx'v 1.313\ I to 1 > njcltve rlord Is Flour
CJItlay, n >* Irnn)) ; JLV/ Sit bl> bv A.nU7 rd F AIIELL.I .
(''Undb s ant4 y'llaclt, KM( fitidioH t luncin-.u-- u'urntrt)1 ed : 1', I) a Ni )trf'E; c'l'ON:'' rr r0.

t N. O. 1{+t'tilidtl IS'fu4k y, 1'! bl t'-k J>< lots nos 1 to 10nrhi-.iv uuunprtved; I (,'(girt:,;t'sfi % :Le: .

VtL'1111tr'1 f Ttaatlat; et'. JJj.wn: X 0.4itsriwad land St.Croix Sugar, (Up fitair=,) UOSTOX.Mtunlarttiicis !hi' u s. I-)" Jot i IK* 1 1r) lu inrliIstrc alirnur.retl; ; Wsr\US[ and awan'l ; iwU.uo ot W :.d *'i'sN i;>,(! ruff?$, ju t reel n ctl *<>r sale bv '

ti' 'id.! Lac n Sides, iv<*- Lc.{ }jrt.t received anJ! U>r sale: 'lie IX 1 +,e f2 TI F ARF1L. *
i\ t t. n.trru; TM: .<- a'uil : and Dealers in Itrvan's Patent id.ik ItrlotsIIrV: 1 to inclusive uirtiir; <->vc> : _

l i, is h J'HC, that i l av a .JMI! I All of which vvul be sold Jovv J by TVMUC) ;toad,, l'-t iJiiice Twine-, Udtc; iu and !)far! -c l'J7 1 1'i i td I to !u( !I'IMtxA ttlytyc unimproved' ; Nv .- J. C.LLEN.. 1
I -dHrr be conducted i by I 11 ..M'-CrLLY, iJij'jdle; I'wiiK, M'-L-jrlv'sCo'toullPiriiu, 'i'wine, 1SH '- IHH 1 to lt) jufh-.iv oiitinprnvvr! : S:11'ha1)ali1iia Syrtis). i and SWALMS Panacea just received

1 Nov 11 .i'(> W'ti-t. C
iao bi't1 k 110bluck 1 i: mis J to li) iitd) 'hive i riiirove.l( : .. H. F. ABF.LL. I '
,u! <"ie1 with! the fi.s-t ( ) TJrays.+ .1t'ia'tyf' ('!: & Ctt'ttlit'ils. Twine; Hawser and :shroud-laid Mackerel 12 .hme 12 H. F. ARELL
*" Its !tnnsl Jo I0iuclu.lvtiK flill111ttUVPi1 : I -
inn r "t:riiJv! trow tSjp AtneY M. dicm-s a-id I Lui"s II.'irnu, Poliu m Sb.id. Jjjs alul1)11)1rt
JU.Ntl: : ot JJuitfS ; Lff-ETlLLS (
sypply PIKEXlXUrrrr.RS
c'i no1 ui'i'iivfbi travrd Ol'VArs AXU ill .
Ai '! 12! .r!- in It i) MI:HII | Ray ;isi.I
rk. i! "!oViri lie will j : r:-in-als, iiov Idiidiaij hon b.uk lldonn, 1 ;. <>ov r>niiietit! Sci'Je- with 1 15':4- ; Cod, fflv! IK:) i-it tins I to 1U in'-!;iivebluck u. ntirovrJ : M just received and for -aUby I t A FRESH suoylvI: A. brt-ncliV superior

'"'-+ an'11.lrr 11 x 'rtioii or : ::1'.r .d.1 bv" lleiring, Maikerel, Shad, and M.-iibadfii Semesl ] 1 1 'tits nits i to It) iiieJ'is'vi' uruprovrd!! l : Nov 21 1 J C. ALLEX.i 'A slay Knm, j'ist received and tor gate by

o >tc' jif'ir'ail! I r.coiaJJv i N.v l JI l J. C. ALLF.X.TL' .c. !b! .( k \ \l.i !le'; iii>; 1 to IDt'iflu tllt \ nuHiiiro\i'd, : Julie 1? II. 1'. AliKLLVPE
< 'MV mend* .1* d t tlsf ;public. JTi.. \ tt* tnnl Snail k1itr, of tin' (il short bbd's > Iota aos 1 to ]f) nu'i'i-ivf u l.inlprnv'r'rib1n TATS and Caps; bv. the ( a-e low lor ca+h bjf

THOMAS LttUlVN. 'r")1TtCt1i'2i Sai'Sa'lzI til) no/lit. li CLL1SOV tv. Cu., :\4i-it-1, k ill lot- n >- 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : LI IL iLLHax( & co. ISoart2ol11d Cii(1b-.

*'"'.1v I 1' 15. 93-Gin. I' rec iutd bv' Oct.iber 1 I L Isl7. .''iUll A:>aJacbicola.srr blur..' 1 I iS ,..1HM! 1 to 10 melnMVi e uniiuiinivcd; : 1oo.4 aut St:3tLO114. 27.- E'S untied! l.nce: ot HaarhoundCand
\v i 11 1 J. C. ALLKX.ci'Vf !: btoch 119! lots no1 tu 10 inclu-ivL unimproved : 4 lisil: received and tors-itebv '
bloci 121) !lots nt.j1 10ichic!: v1' uium.'rovrd : y K:.) ;.ialS, Journals, Div B.ioks, &.c.j \, jrti't
I'1'1 1 O ii 131(., (): I I V/Iiiskcy, :: w iriv block 121 1 lot- nit: 1 to t 10 iie.ivf; unimproved : _j 5J rea'IH |f'o'rt-ca't and Letter Paper; June? H. p. A'KELL.f ; .

7ri Miult/s Eagle IJraiid! j hu ibbv .:fttltalil I5 )-.xriaajr; fialoou. !block 11121otsuI-I to 10) im''Muiiui'rti'.t! d : Co;iori Memorandum l B'tnks ; ) Oil

21 Or 1:. M'-Cl'LLY, r IIisubcrlber! bps leave tuaiin'lUitce to his block V.'i 'it- fins 1 to 10 itn'l'iivcblocR n ii'np"Uvfd Ship anal Iiix-tr iiilU Lading; anis for ale

1 Illa&l.'L i. Rl.. Not 11 1 i'' tV tttr.t.i'fieSt' j. ll'lends and the' pulthr .Mi-ialh, I tint lie has ]2I lot- IIOH ] to 10 inHntv olmnrm'rd, t.itactor! Letter Preliliii'x ?-*. OF the best quality, fir sunimer J. c.usP aLLE.V .

becomes |.- proprietoroi lIie.tbovci-MabhshHieiit, block \I2) lt>t iios 1 to 10) iII(II IVM ntuin,>rovd : and : y [j.d nj
( (. 1"3313, ( OrfieU 1t'hail"' ', and, hojies bv eineiit-jind sjnct aT- block 11: > I lnlMiia 1 to !9) innr.e| uiiuiiiirowd : ; fiilU ot Cxcban e Checks, V
proper leceived a.td ile bvji Inmi> Gil.TT7IXTER .
A XL article ot Cisnr.sll, f'r sale b'ocn!' 127 Iol.1 10 ";lu -tl Jn-1 t ;r
a superior to mi ae Uartrritnvt :
AI1.\s fa:!::. FLORIDA. teatioii, to merit a continuance ot the pjr! naijebeieto'ore II. F. ABELL.OHElnXGS straf.ed splendid article, for sale
/I. by 1:. AJ'TLLY! black 12"> Into no? 1 to 10 inoinivi nriiisi/rovei! : irchj_
,It tit thji llctel the irnder- Nav It i')11'aterst) t.F t. so liberallv bestowed upon the llou e. blue! li> !Idle, no1 to W isic! -,ivy uiuniroved; ; : and Prints the ) \ by Qan3J] J C ALLEN.. -
indebted the above! establisbmet.t Sbirtm- by
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4l I1,, lu tt' k big All persons block IU:; lots no1 to 10 uicluaive: uuimproved :
: ( aerluuly to ) 4f -- 1JL11HATE and MUKIATC 1)t QUININE
1 ,E tbe public fir their patrotage. :: ;; :tuft fieo1)e, willconier a favor byttlin vvilb the subscribe block iJl:; his note 1 to 10 uicliiMve unimproved : >J bale and case low for cash, by stile '

WILLIAM 1 JICMIMUVAY. pl{ sale by i I':. M'-CULLY, r. "JOHN 1 JONES.. block 132 lots nos 1 lo 10) inclusive unimproved : U. CLLISON & CO. ,' fair by J C. ALLKynitrn ''

I 11h17. Nov 11 's) lfatcr st. Ap-dachicota, April f 0, 117. 13-f! block I.hi lots no# 1 tu 10 inclusive #nilnpiuved : tai 2;;. :> t Water street. .Tnlv117 -
















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PROSPIJCTUSor I 1'aiutsTIIH Oils I announcing t the fact Hut I htc uudersignrl
iieiI: tCS, ,
t.,1gs, ; : ) f.VKKY
I in the Editolial loIlni.nty
have associated I thoris>>lvctngtthei fYJ.
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i iv TIIK )ye-t ui'ry ol "THE: SAVANNAH I GEORGIAN' F..
-Six months after thte, I will apply- WHSTKISNOF : I i: undersigned return his thanks LVpaitmci.t WYJIAA.IV. .

FLORIDA WHIG .1 NOTICE lion. Judge of Pioblies lor Franklin F1,4 I5K1> A.1U V s to his friends and I the public lor their ;i ," we t take this tue.iMon tosiy lo I thepatn.ns -

Count)', lor a final discharge from the Administration FrniiKliu Circuit Court.IN \ : '__ 1 lib-ral m I patronage, and I ogs t to i i inlorm if I bat {'aj
A WEEKLY P1it'Et ( ol the estate ol I Donald Campbell, late of CHANCERY.Arabella that he is now receiving an additional I that airangi-ments have already been ui.idu for its

TO BE Pl'ttLlKUKD MMtLLMV.L said county., deceased. I E. I Hepburn I widow of"j __; supply, which added lo his former ti.atcml m improvement in outward appearance. Third Story Ua/es liuihohing c.n

JANET WILLIAMS, Adm'x. Burton 1 Hepburn, deceased, j .Vtek! render his assortment unusually large ai.d that no pains will I bo spared to elevate arid! | Comniere-e; and Chestnut stree-u. tofStrncnirrn7r
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THE undcrsi neJ propose; publishing in the Apnlachicob: June f, Ifil'L 1-Om Complainant- \ and Engh-h, French, German and sustain its character as a commercial paper, and |
Town of Mnnanna Jackson complete. columns with intcror-ting and profitable TiIMS'.
county, Florida, a rs. weekly with the above title. STATE OF FLORIDA.Cnlliomi \ American Drugs ; Coniaetics ; Peifuir.ery; inalUr. We Ice! most sensibly that to render the .-Threr- Dollar? .
newspaper Joseph L. Hepburn, George O. | and Duig) i.sts Glass ware, &e., &c., are ofieredto per ? ,
This piper will be devoted to Literature, Agriculture Comity. Hepburn, Annie E. h Hepburn I rhvsician.s. Country Mil chants and others on Savannah Georgian; such a paper as the! growing if paiil in advance, or & r,0 if paid XVithn '

and Science; it will also contain the and Caroline I II.! I interests at.d population of our State and City require months or ??1 nn if paid! thereafter. Slx
YE:, that it is !hereby ordered, that Hepburn, I the most I liberal term"-all of which he warrants
current news of the dav ami articles i-upport of KNOW Lott, Executor on the Estate of Mary heirs at law of I'urlon Hep and! unadulterated. a dicirf.it y J htl-ur imt l tie tjcj'tndedupon No sub-cription taken for a N-S.S tcnn Jin ,
pure months and wil V.L*
.V2 Invariably
the Whig Policy. Thomas, hte of said county, deceased, is hereby burn, deceased ; Daniel K. H. F. AliELL it : such we dete-rmiud to furnish.We .- | tint period. iN will b.- be e-hir-vt *
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The want of a local lias been severely the heirs of Jehu shall strive to make its columns pleasing to paper dnscontmn.'a ? [
paper authorised to sell the following Real Estate of Dodge; V Wholesale and Retail DruggistI I all arrearages are paid, unless .it t1P! "''
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felt in Jackson Walton and Washington counties all readers, and while our humble support shall
the said deceased Peabody, dec'd, whose I trustee -IWater street.Apalachicola | proprietor. '"'

and has led to the proposed establishment! ofthis N E } of section 22, the S E \ of section 22, is Daniel) McDougild ; } Bill for Jwcr. Nov. 21, lMi;. be given to the great principles upon which the i ADVKK nsF.jir..vT V .-One square,(twelve
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Journal. the S W J of section 11 I, thcS E \ of section' John W. Campbell ; Hudson I | I Democratic party has planted itself, believing less) will be inserted at the rate of tj.lar t nor ,*
The undersigned hope to obtain sufficient pat A. Thornton Nathaniel I W.Thornton i11ChCtCS.p these principles to he essential to the perpetuity the and
the N i E } ol section 11, all Township 1, Ranges ; Lt( for first, Fifty Cents for evpw'Jkqueat
ronage to enable them to commence its publication North and West ; and the S E J of section tJ5 ; I I lines I Holt! ; Sea THE I: subscriber bas, and will cfour national freedom and the advancement ,four insertion. seTo -

by the l.-t of Sept tln'Jer. of born Jones, John II.I I Howard have haul nation: welfare, \vc shall studiously avoid
in Township 2, Ringc b, North and West. ic:2:2Eri constantly ,on ,a complete those who advcrtNe by the
TERMS-Three dollars per annum, in advance. The above! Lands lo be sold for the benefit of and Edward Cary, trustees of VVV.7: n*">i tniciit i.f f DRUGS and MEDICI 1I 1- all rude collisions with views md opinions an- discoTint; will be mane ; but !! .. year,,*. a ]Jmwr| it I
$3 S'J' if paid within six months; or l CM at the James 1'. Calhoun fc Charles t..goiii-tic toour own. To render our paper the '
and which he will warrant
the legatees, creditors, of said deceased. I NTS: pure sictly pertaining to their own btnin. ,,,
end of the year. Given under my hand: anti private seal, there I.. RJSS, composing the late ii.d of tii-j best qu.dilj. Country fiim but dispassionate; exponent ol democratic I as all legal Driveri Cements sent in l 1y thn N '
1JENJ. C;. L1DDON & CO. firm of Calhoun & Bass and Planters will find it ;principle) ; the cohn! yet unflinching advocate f.f w V
being no seal of ollice, this 6th diy of September, ; Merchants I be charged! at the usual rates.

JulyHl. is 17._____ A. D., 1S17. AVilliam How land ; William to their! advantage f to call, rxai.inc and j Irice his Southern institutions, the \uhielc ol air.uing and | ct- All legal advertisements must be

TO Till; 1M P.LIC. THOS. L. TYRES, [L. S.] Sloan ; Dunca'i M.-Doii- (GoiHl?, beli-ie i puiciiB-.il.g else here. instructive thought upon all f.rojKr subjects, in advance. patti r

THE 110 in] .JIriN1tL. Judge of Probate for Calhoun County. gald ; jUordicai Myers, assignee N. B. Phjsuian's proscriptif put up wilh! whether s-cicu'-e, litciature, or general information I 03-: Five Dollars will be charged for
in wont, to make it uelcome viaitt.r ann< mr,
of Get ,- a a
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The above Lands will be sold at the house of rgc Ros>, caic and accuracv at any licur cl thed\ night.J. lug candidatetor office
KDITKD liV MOJJ KltfAc WILLIS.nvcitv n bankrupt ; Daniel McDoupald C. ALLEN/ at once to the merchant and the mechanic: the
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fifteenth of November i tV advertisements frorn
James Nails, on Monday the day / a distant!
rIILIsIEz' SUTRIIAY, i\ THE CITV OFMWYOKK next. Terms of sale, e-ne-third cash, the ; Joseph) ic Lawrence March '21 Cor. Centre and: (Commerce sis.TOFl student end the farmer, shall; ho our constant endeavor j he accompanied with the cash, or city rnn rj
and if in re.wn
addition shall
O'B. Branch ; William I H. ; to this we to insure insertion. <>'
balance in one and Uvoyeirs. Persons wishing
Two Brockcnbiough and the Bank be enabled by extendiic ourcircuhition through Vw
qj Ik'Uaisptr annum.
to buy Lands in Florida, will do well to embrace ____
of Pcnsacohi, the interior, to strengthen the ties which bind!

IN November last, we commenced the publication this oppcrtinity, as the above Linds comprise Jo'feii !cii 1:,. Vfr our beloved S.ate and City t'other! arid to WILL nn IIBMMIKD AT WAMII.NTOX nOn .

of this family newspaper on a new and novel some ir.o-t of suitably as gom.1 adapted, if nut I to the I the best cultivation, in the State ol, and Sea IT appearing to I the s.it isfict ion of t the Jud-f of 1 'Ot i V V V 4.-*,_ _, I.V Jt I .. VV V secure that outness of sympathy[ and feeling the f>irfnlft of ITfnibtr n>xtNfMIJLR

plan. No similar work, intended to contain the Island Cotton, and Spanish; or Sear Tobacco. Court, by the allidavit r.f I the Coinplain- o 4bf so essential to the prosperity oi both,we shall!! ONi:

PICK of the news, ele ancu-s, opinions and literature LUKE LOTT, anl's Solicitor, t that the' I Defendant" hereinatfer; I.-j.V 0 44 C : : find our labors! amply r. paid.To Ot' THE

of oar time, to CULL from the) wilderness of Executor of Mary Thomas, dec'd. named do not reside within t the Western Circuit I V V tV t- : ;, enable! us to continue: our present connection

the hoar's ever (lowering caprice, and to RESCUE Calhor.n 0 1 17. 37-2m dt I the State of Florida, but within the United .- :' \ :: .1AV.iVV4/ however, and to do all that we would wish UNITED STATES REPORTER
County
Sept. ,
the good things else lost in the bewildering ilo'ut- Slates of America ; that is, that the Defendants: to do in the way of improving The Georgian," A Daily Journal of Government, Legislative, ,

age of novelties adrift, had been previously attempted 5X CIIAXCKRY. Joseph L. I Hepb.irn re-sides in the State of TV-xn*; we inu-t look for an increased support from the General News. 4r1t!

by others. the said! Geoig<- 0. 1 He-pbuin in the Stale of Missouri the cure Disprpsia or Indigest:< n, Bilj. public! ; such we now solicit and confidently ex

That we have labored sacecs-fully in our vocation Franklin Circuit Court. ; the said Annie E. I Ilcphnn: and; Caroline ions i.nd m rvous Headache! Constipation, pect. WM. II. BULLOCIL THE subscriber is now enabled to .

and produced a paper remarkable for its interest Thomas Ornun, 15. I Hepburn, and! te!: aid William I Ilowlar/I, I I Diarraf.tt-n) G hut, Rheumatism, Gravel, FLlti- HENRY R. JACKSON. completion of his arnmiuents fir tit.-anr.-nw.-. : '(
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value antI popularity: ami one adapted to vs. > each 1:1: the St.ffe of New York ; 1 tlie heirs/.l < leery &c. For sale wholesale and retail, byl meat c-t well-organized amid!
\Villiam B. Finch. a le.l.-pcrniff; .J J ,
) l Dec 12 J. C. ALLEN Drujrgiat.) !r
the wants ot AM. cnt-si> or MICHTY, we have John Peabody, deceased, and Daniel MclXmgald TERMS' nat
: of News at the Ses.t of tic! G.
made fo affidavit that the I .nCrVk i;<
sufficient evidence in our extenive anJ rapidly IT being appear by their truslctj; tl.e said limes Holt and Seaborn VV VV V TIlE( D \IT.Y GEORGIAN is published in ;t.rinitnt.

increasing circulation, in the universal commendation defendant resides beyond the limits of the Jones, John I II. I Howard) ;and r.d'.vrd Cary, trustees 'avt's CoKpotsitl Exact of Sivr.ntiah at TKX DOLLARS 1'Eit.\vNYtr.tnv; : The lending features of the I I'mte.l v >
State of Floiid.1 to wit in the State of Now !
of the public pref<, ami. above all, in the of Calho'tn te Bass ; Merdicai: Meras Cact)4 CopvA: able frprni-anii'ially, ia advance ; or, SIX DOLLARS \vtli: be thu; fallowing Yoik It is ordered that service of said bill be porter
Mattering encouragement and cordnl ppprohationof : signee ot (Jeorgc Vv". Rt.s! a laflkrpt t, and Daniel Stands tmnv.ilied forif I IV > FOR SiMOTK Itz'eIllezec
V iT I. Enr'y of tv .
said defendant I of m rrH> 'itrnrivui V > ,
perfected on by publication
our numerous IDY JE.\Ii1S, in every McDtuigald, each n ;re in I tu-! State of Georgia : ., rfiicit: ; penoitnsa cjsre;: THK Till-WEEKLY GF.OIJGfAN.;! far tie the
ibis j in efttrhntnln ff Goi'irinuntt.
order for four months ,
section of the country. some newspaper ; the said ..1.imiiV.( Campbell, Hudson' A.Thointon ojaVV-ao COflrii; CV'H.'ry, is puYushe-d; to meet the arrangement V IV -V V
in of t rnce to Domestic affairs r.i.d ui f1 V i- ,
the
The scope, tli* ijii and character cf the 1toii printed City Apalachicola, requiring Nathar.ii 1 ?d. Thornton and Duncan ; j- rncnt or restriction in diet, of the mails, three times a week, (Ttie-d-iy: j I : '
ri'-l.xtiiis
oi the will Fir- w"
and said country, _.'
him bill.'othciwise
JOURNAL diller lron those ut any newspaper to appear answer it McDi/ugald, e.irli! re-side in i he Slate of Alabama; ItwV : V\: YAis necessary. If will b : Tiiur-'iav oar! Saturday,) at the OIice; of tl.eD fidelity. > r rEr ?

heretofore establi! >!ied. The content* are ii'teil will i b.' taken pro confesso. the said Jesh" Bianch and Lawrence O"l II. ;'f f : 1 ;? \. V V\'i f"'nd invaluablebi jre- ULY I "GEORGIAN! anti contains all the intelligence ruptl"u Possessitig >.( 01 ,1; : V V'V
tor obtaining intcrmatii. thlVV !P.! .
.
Chambers 2.i i 1M7.GEORGE V r' r"x
At Sept. ,
to engage the attention if the man of business Branch and William I 11. Brockenbrough, each reside I : h' {rVV !pred; with the greatest Cornrncicial, PoEtical and Miscellaneous t-nabb ti.ementv ; : V '
S. HAWKINS >e to enmn111alrVn.: ,
and be of f elegant instruction ait1 l entertainment in the Middle! Circuit of Florida // in thire- | 'J'Ie well i including Advertisements ; ( c.V
a source ; : kt f\\ //5f]k !i" care, uj>on now publishedin intelligence of the
A True Judge &c. sirely, mnrst najiorf .
to the Joineilic fireside and lainily circle Copy. W. VALLEAU Clerk., fore ordrred, lint I the said Defendant* hert-i'ibe-: \ V:1: ly$! ksled principle, launde! the Daily P.i5-er. racter.II. :at V 7

and it combines the (.tnknc, ar.d no\cl attractions October! IX 1S17. I [-Ira fore named and every ol them, d 1 > appear; and 1 lt/' #**'$/ iiioni tiat mulhrnrtant- liw. THIS I[ PAPER is sent to all part of the State The 1'frbaiim Report* of 1hPFrefl1mfl 'ii V
of the with the interests the said bill ot otherwise( the first ablished the celebrated and Union delivered the FIVE "?
ne-A paper more abiding answer complaint, f by or in city, at
an'! Dilates of the L nilfiti St-naff. ,
of the lusher class of periodicals. It i is Calliuuu Circuit Court. same shall betaken pm ronf/.S.'r' ajin t I them Dr. Fordyce, vic ;/: DOLLARS) per annum; or, at THREE DOLLARS the prejirietor is bound to f'inn-ii ii '.c V

printed in the folio form, on lariw and superior Israel Moses, ) Petition for Foreclosure cf and each of t them i in default : Piovulo-1, I tins order that a cominat! of similar fur sly month' body, ia accordance wit!, the ftrrr.sit i\;' IV V V V V

paper, 'on a new clear type, obtained expressly vs. > Mortgage on a Negro Male be published in any neu'-ip-ipr-r printed Jim 1 thi.J! : reiii'-dies wf.uld ;protlure a more certain, THK WF.F.KLY GEORGIAN", i is ;published tract rna'Sc at the close of the last -, ,,V, <.

for the purpose; and is, in its whole arrangement Ebenezer Hoyt. ) Slave Jaiiicl.ilENEZElt Circuit once: a week for fmir mouths from the >;ie-edy, arid cor.si.Krnble! effect, than any equivalent every Friday afternoon, at THREE DOLLARS ('ongres.s. The smngtrnenN r.ov. :n.: (!o ;a.

and details, a most favorable specimen ol the best date hereof. Date..] Aptil I 11 I I 1- 17. dcsf (ot ;ar.ii' rlc oi.e.' In n.ynj casts the per anr.rmni-aU payne in advanc.*.
HOYT, William G. M. Davis, once fully secure i'> te! S. ,.a'e of t V
skill of the In addition (GEORGE; (, : S. hl.rKE.VS.Judge diso its August 11 1 1- 17. V
typographical country. I a-e I is OViiI 0:o\ prevented by timely; application. ,
and all persons interested in the Equity of Staff an authentic and coml; te r *V : -,
to these, and as one of its most valuihl.* peculiar- fo (the West -rn Circuit it Florida.Complainant's F.rsaLby *
Redemption of a certain negro male slave Daniel, NEW ORLEAcs: TYPE FovDny'NJ Debaf! : and to the people-in a 4re r V '_
ties, it is, in reference to the diver-ity ot talent RANI)%11V &. 1 I o; s DC"; 12 J. f. ALLEN, Dru.i.st.WSXER'K V
inoi Imaged by Ebenezer Ho}t to John W. Babcock ) decrec-.the benefit cf the; CNjVCV. >nc., -
employed it the cheapest > >tr ill the So d ieit'r. 2''I- !mIn -
] nj
United States.upon on the 7th day of February, Is 10, to secure to the Printers' Fiirai.ihiug Wreho;: nr.d statesmanship rt that b"o'y \ \\l V t d

Jls all the lark Kitmlcrs of Ifie nwk are rntirely said Babcock, or h his assigns the principal sum District 'osirt of the Jluilot .;.Yet 7 Canal *li f ft R>nc.r have ever looked: with soticituus and re-: V V

exhausted, ice hare //:/:* Jay Saturday, of : >;21 .1 J1 1, with interest from date at S per centper States, forth!' :Rcrtlit'm Dis- jj "UE}! msdersrgiie.l beg leave lo announce to ro.mard.Ill. V

the 2lst "J..ltlIst incium flu ulitiun of the annum, will take notice I that the said 1:1011- rid oi' FIoriiIi. JL Publisher and Printers, that they have: p 77;f Proffftliaa* nn-l f'f' ''" : V
,
HOME tht TprcsiacroiniiVidallini gage has been assigned for valuable considerationto IN ADMIRALTY.Daniel F t.iMished a complete and extensive TYPE FOI'N- IT.iiroeef RrfrettentaiKts will .''>.. b. -ivrn V
JotTR\L/ r (
and lluitfuic phintit; !-and the time limited for the pa}merit N. McLean, and *] [44i. : f>iiV in this city. The Bock Letter ct thni tiiiltie irripurtial.ty, and the u'rrt pr i,. V V
ire respect
of SEW sun-cniBKRs, of said of 21 .11 1 and the interest thereon E.cu das record will Tie .
.
that all trim inlaid taking the sum b' others, owmrs of the I Iateitn (; V V V ) ( lindry ws cut to order by workmen of I:>rrevntrience ; trie. CVJ.: V
'
fully request '
having expired, plaint has tiled his petition for : V'V and made ant! in the "Iv-- rttr" :.
will commence tiiri> iciijliois with the boat Aiuuita, | Fr V VVV' : V rVV VV jVV.JI : as no expense was spared to up eppear V
paper foreclosure the Circuit Court of Calhoun V V i: ,,,.V.pt. VVI.V..V .
in county V V ( t.litam the har.dsone-t faces and to perfect it ini' rnorrnin.TV.
,zunber.TersnsTwo. vs. Libel fur Collision. ''
present Dollars a year, or three copies and will apply for foreclosure of the same at The Steam Bo it Euf.tula, f .; :V ; '- : VVrV< respect, we will! venture to -ay it will !he jl S>tnf>pccl View of Ihr V Pr VVi> !;

the December te-nn ot said Court next ensuing.R. :; itiid as handMTu-rut the handsomest in the end J- bat:s of all the Statf Li iil-il\ttf\ >. i
her tackle and
advance.
for five dollars apparel
invanbly in
J. MU.iES, Art'y for Pl'lll furniture."VJOTICE. i.V V VV V ZVVttVj ;: : I:;atel; States. We have asr a very handsome be regularly siven. ?.Ienl, r3 II! C .-. '
mail all
is
The HOME JOURNXL sent by to j jI ;
23: Ibl7. 37smY11LTON i Vl I .ill if rea'Tera will th'is : tV V i''
September given assortment of Flowers aVd! Job Letter ft" the In- cl.s-- V V
parts of the United States, the British Provinces is hereby to all whom it m.iJ.N >
I test sf\U, (In winch we .vuH! call !'!'ie rutt-nfi"n .>->fer.Ui'c3rv!! inJf>rme>? of t fri"ni-r.L: I.. : 0I
and to Europe, done uo| in strong wrappers, concern, that by virtue of an attachnu: :
with the utmost punctuality and despatch. CIRCUIT COURT.in warrant < I arrest, issued in t the above raue. I i A x v K :r 3i i F u i: of Printers hifre r/'irchsjiR' tisowhere. All I V ia all sections of the Unit Ol! Sr,.' V>.

Subscriptions, orders, remit tares, md all communications Chancery. have -ei7<-dand t ta.enthcabo'.e! I ; mentioned Sta iUoat 'I tV1l.; > r i. i-. >'.' t l.o \ IViVVh; : V.w w !-! ''hI tlVV'i..o.i ;; : ;.tVtic.VVs! nmiufact: tired '-.y u-} shall be of :t n.i'e- V. Early /'!* /iznefr/! sipi i' ml V V

must be addressed (post paid) to the Cornelius Grantiiams.; ) Eiiliuii: her lack-! apparel and funiitu'v. ti'M i'i ; j mJ''.,!!', in .Iot'! l\j.' -i h.s: pn Vid sjiv -* n.d e-pnl, it ti"t ttrL.r. to -my Ui.uif.iet'iaat : \ irxfs Jti the LpVzL..iuVilVtVVV; aj il.i'ii !
Editors, C.KO.( P. MoUIil.S, \ > Petition fur Divorce.F.itha to anv.vtrto the lib-jl filed I thetcm, lor lirriic < -.>!ii : r .11'' h.rt.rnt- ; arl i it is .nnvi-ail> .!
N. 1'. WILLIS! Grantlratn.; ) for a ollisfin| ia a cause civil aid: IrltLxim.-! ii 1jV d :} '. 'v' hp..e tri'.ei it, tubeFAR prices, we trust t<, K.te-t with coan.uof f from Europe, through r ?poiftrs ir. f.. t V <

August 21, 1M7. I.i7 Fulton-street. I.h. appearing to the satisfaction of tlie Court, That t the sni I 1 process' is returnable bef.Te i the srpKItlf)!: !'V 'V (2 t"r; rr.edicmc evcreuj: lovrtlin ment. | ijan who possess pccahar L/.V:-i i ring V V
'by aiFulavit: made in this case, that the de- di fi it is reci-mtiiriidcd. ft nor Vv'e are new preparer! raamifacfiirv CRASS information v
) rid Court( of the United States fr the N. rtiern } east s r wn :!
- THE NFAV-VOKK ietietatit V atlia (irantham! resides oejoiut tl.e.juiisiliction ., 1 *- _. It j I T. f_* .\ X1\ l .'" ttfi\r t 'Vi'.* I.LE and TYPE of-my runrnittide t- 'n. The Gtnral .YtK* ot" ."" 'TV w i
Dis'nct; of Florida, at the Clerk's ,;! of OSIiV (LIr.Vs tMX.VJ \\IS lV. I O'V7it.t I J-:* withprorrn
- SCIENTIFIC A7IEKICAX. of the Slate of Florida : It is de-red SIR! Coutt, in t lie Cii)' of Ap.tlachfola; on tie! THE V,'! Iiil.i: SYSTEM but it di-hv9 u--d tiess. Wewntld also !particularly: call the at-1 given in a condensed form, with :: i'.i-r. 'V V

thai the ai-l Fatha Gr.tuth.ima d Ii i appear and'I answer thud Moi.d-iy: (17th day) of May, n-uit!: -t ) r'.rri's .'Vt!! tiie /erah'in'lani!; si liine or mucus S i It-tition i.t Pn-iters to < ur LEADS[ hnun, ?a "-1 fr>.fi<>r>. V '

Third Yfur. tlu- said pelitioii within three months alter A. M., at which time and place the said cause PREVALENT: 'IN THE STOMACH: ANDROVvT.LS tire new set of rnmil-N. by which we UFO eia'ilt'! !ItO Such is a brief view of what ft V \

the publication! ( of this order, or the said petition is to be heard. I OF CHILDREN: r.oVre e 'cnally furnish n pr rte-ct articie. Wo are als.. AgenNfi Mates Reporter'" jsdes'gntd (ti>'v. V\ > 'fami h V <

This popular Scientific and Mechanical Journal will be taken for confessed ; and! it is further or- Dateii at Apalachicoln. this 1 loth( d iv ol Main \, house in b'd heulfh. The mucus fc rms the !lu-r: r the s-V [le of flip* No; ir, Wa-hinrn. anti arrangements hare been w. H ri.fmhope .' "-- V I

(which his already attained the largest circulation (le-red that this order be published in some newsinper the year 1 ,17. ROBERT MYF.RS, ii m-st lit which Worms pi educe their young, Smith Presses, wh'.fii t-ce'htr wirh Ciust-s H confidently cht-rishui, f V .t V

of any weekly paper of>t the kind in the ill the Western Circuit of this State for the I U. S. Morstial. and b} ivii"viig: it, it is impossible f"r wr-rms to Cases, Composing Sticks, Furiiitnro. Ink, and S. Renerter" will prove it.-elf an *n-r,<;> .

world,) will commence its THIRD VOLUME space of three mouths.GEG. by II. R. TAYI/U, D. M. remain in the bo.iy. It is harmless in i's' ellecl? every other article required in the Printing bu>i- | foIc.us: ilignitied and prfecfj! ri'fir.Jjooraal. I

S. HAWKINS, Judge W. D.Uchee May 20, 1 l.I7. EltiFriukliui o'i tl.e stem, and the health nl the patient i ialwasii.pri.ved is ness, will be kept o.i Land, and lurnishe-d rmantacturer's It will have no parfy vaxs-n' ; I

on Saturday, Sept. 25th, Anna, Au. 21 Ibl7. 32-3m by its use, even when r.owornis prices. bias. The proprietor, by the f. rn.- t V

Each number of The Scientific American con Circuit Court, are discover.d.T P".tiitorar.d PrintErs wts! in'r to eatablish a tract with the Senate r.f the Fnit. S'' V ,

tains from FIVE to SEVEN ORIGINAL MECHANICAL Dry tootls.V STATi: OF) FLORIDA.Chailes ( !.:- Canadian Vermifuge is only 23 cents a Newspaper rr Job Printing Ollice: will be furnished bound tii the condition that the [ .>; er> *

ENGRAVINGS ; a catalogue of PI IlEstmscrihers! olli r for sab a large and scaX Iarn.rntl! A lie! bottlfard is much moreeasih admin tcrcd, than with an! e'tiir.-tto in" detail for ho samo. fain no political discussion eco t fft : ti

Siuble stock ol Dry Goods; consisting it. Ad:tins, GeorgeV.. other. by s'-.fin- fie Mzenf th"pj, cr the particular will be a vehicle of Nvan. :. .-'". ::

AMERICAN PATKNTS, us i juool from the part of 7 J'arn.ird and Cl i0onles I'lvpavdon'.y! by JOHN WINER & Co., S3Mai bf\le and ir: tntity of v ->rv! tu Iv executed.CJ" I \ set of opinion The gran '.0 n!:. r

Patent Office eah week ; notices: t.f the h'rrcss Negro Kete\s and Liiisc?, Larkin, MerclnntAtlac'ime'tt.. .le-n LniSv.-, "Work.. : : Tl.o j Pro prietors of nc.-\>s-j apers who wilt |I sculnr! itO establ-! : !:, it the "ct : < VV

of all new MECII \\fCAL and SCIENTIFIC White and Red Flannel., I tradingunderthelinnSumsworuto: | ?, I I' I'J O'J.ol If. F. ABELL. Agent pulisji: j.-odvertis.-a.e-ntsrt! months! air! .=. -i-I! I 11 1-ii'iful: ant prompt rpt rrt r IVI l : :i

inventions ; instru'tioAs! in the various UTS Plain and Fancy Jeans-, Bartiard" Ad-mis I Damages $-UJO.( Jan (> f'T Apal: :ic''!. a paper; to i ur ollice weekly, xvill! l-e raid l f.-i the II I tell!i.i.eomec-a TtSjuflbik n > tif.. V VI % V V

I Double twilled Tweeds, &. Co. I IJ.hn advertisement bpurch -sipgsix timestheanuuntirr LlClVIfl! the btu-ine man. tt.- no V V V V
and TRADES with ll'M'.MV1NGS ,
F ; curious Super fancy Cas.uneie-, v. fe t'4tiaktn ; ed'.et bill in i"\e.; the nieci>anic, and rvery ore i: f t r -1.1 V Vi

PHILOSOPHICAL I an.! CHEMICAL I I experiments Super Eng'hh: and French ClothWhilne -', Dill. | vtvr i; U1' (;REEN & CO., ulaof! : Congress and lie i'n<\< rnr, i 'V', :IV V -J

; the latest UUL U\D INTELLIGENCE } Ulatikels, I M t I, I II I and[ I I2qr-j rplIEDi-iendin I I I and all others interested, will OF u< 'iiii"i: :: ; CLKI'AMfiiriyal May 22, 1 J'.V !7. l-M'-rn 17 far.nl ,t. low. at all tim<'s with implicit c- i.Mi:: -. V J JIf

IN EUROl'E AND AMERICA all Dullil Bbhkits.S, '.i and I Klqrs.I I II I take: notiecd f the instituiioii if (lie above (! t 1.r lie eurc of f C-HI '.iV(; 'l'-K A-thniJ, is believed that the Vis! : t V V

; I Denims, Kremlins and Ct>t ttonades, suit In :ittachmi'il: returnable (
the different MECJIANUiAL MOVEMENTS Brown Shilling and Sheeting, Term I 1M7, of t Fianklm Circuit Ci-urt, aiu! will ty of I Bi;m M'hiiiT; t'li'iui'-v, ('oii-iiinj.tioa, s-i'jscribiT has just received per recent place it within the reach f tl .- ,r it c V" *'

published in a series, and ILLUSTRATED with Cotton O..n'ihurgotton appear and plead thereto, accoidin to law.; aiidall I ''ist-aM-soi 1 the Luncrs. JL arrivals from New York! u hill and complete the ;people, at the cor.tmenci.ne!:?
more than A HUNDRED ENGRAVINGS, &c. (/ I Drilling and Ticking, i ( AItIL1V.StiI'H.: Bronchitis, a disease that is sweepipj; thousands stock, consisting ia part, Sulph. ef Quinine raises to be a mo>t iutere>fir.gain! CVIVOIItI!"

Linen and Cotton Checks, f'I.iiiotiti'sttuifley.. to a preiiuilure grave ueltr the name of Ihd. de Potassii Causti' 1ta. Solicino, in the hi>tory of Congressional ; rcce i"beregardid -- VJ

&c.It I Irish i.i mien, Shirling i I and Sued i ug, Apalachicola, April I 1.",, 1 ,,11.1 april 1 7 1 l-5m Consumption, ran b.' cared by using this medi Murrate and Snlph. of Morphine, Loner ('-;-,;:tie. with favor by all cia-si-soi r1tcKnity 1

i is in fact a paper that MERITS the patronage Bleached ChloruL oi l Cold and :Sodium Cal.mieUJ.ilap, 1 having thus sf-ited htst-r" 'V 1
Cotton t Shirting i and Sheeting, cine.Fi ; an ,
Franklin Circuit $;
oiri.I scvei.il this medicine has been
r years past, Ipic.ic. I'idiiie Uliubar! Pnlvr. [Roi V
of all MECHANICS and MANUFACTURERS English, French ami! American Prints ) ant t. Senna si'bs-criber respectfully Svilicifs a Ii'tcnii Vera
). K. Dodge, ) in use Ill (Cai.ida; where it has become universally K.som Salts T5achn L"Aves. Vi
throughout' the I UNITED] STATES, ExtiaMiper, plain and twilled Cingharzis, ; Cistc-r Oil, support freui the enluhcedi.nue; ::
l.v
vs. V CHAXCIRV.JamesC. known, and is considered the best Medicine Soidltt/ Powders Soda ibwer
IV..derSulpher, Unite-J V
States.
and should be in the hands of EVERY ONE Super Cas'ii'ieie d'Ecosse, Wat-in, it a!. ) in tIC for all pulmonary diseases. The great and role V
Extra Copperas; Saltpeter, Al'irr., Aloes. JAMES A. 1ImlTCVStenoeTa1r
Muslin de Laine ;
that feels an interest in the advancement c.l English super, Scotch and American, do. D. K. Iudge, ) ; success wliich has attended it-, use in that country C.dcind arid Curb of ]Mat.jc-ia; Gun Camphor, to the Siiate of fHo 'Vpz V

Mechanical or Scientific improvements in this Super I Italian t I black i ( and figured Silks I I 1). McDonald vs.! n. al. 'f) Bill (ur Partition.I have, and been! the cliectrd 1nOLOy b truly% it, has wonderful induced cures the proprietors whirh sorted Fh\: Seed G1.1s i Borax.Ware niul Als a largo' supply of ns. ( ;- The Ur.iteel States Hep! rdr"( .' **
a general assertuioiit of sho' Vifl
,
Black large and handsome
Country. Sk| Cravats and fancy I Ilkfs, ;i iV.. ( printed on a
:
ROSS bavin- (filed
u petition on tui itnuluci it into the Fmte-d :States, conlu'.ciit all artidt
Sillier ,... sf.lL- GKORGi in the Drirj: litie. For ale by it th '
En"lisli
ntid 1'iinir nmrning
I I lll.-j I Sut.dijs,
<
every except
. It published in QI'AUTO FORM, conveniently \oiril. I \ l/"i/;_ IHM nr to i ti->iin <>! ol its !hieiig the mcstale ai.d valuable' re- .lVme '
t
1 hi. t. "
English} and American Cotton Hkfs ; ; :; ; : J> AKELL. : annum.In .
adapted to DIN DING, and furnished to tain amount of I money now in Coin I, belon ii: to mno.ViyV! ( VVVPI! disc! ixeied, and adapted! to all diseases per
Madras and Verona head Hkfs, defendants, appoprra: l tn 1 Ion paunenl ol his oftnelui'g'( when any of the functions do hotjoerIor1mi 'VV' vrzi1's IiFcrvosccl
Country Subsetibers at the LOW PRICE ol LidieCotton connection with the t tbe t1Wr
Hoseand Gents Hf-hosc daily piper
fees as I the Counsellor and Solicitor if s-ud dcfendanls t&ioh1 iiaiurai I or ni-iy action, exerung a j
TWO DOLLARS I A YEAR-ONE DOLLAR Sillier Marseilles and Worsted Vest ings, ; and I the matter having Inch referred inme most grateful and soothing iutluence o'-cr tIme TTKALTH RKNE\KI: and an iuvi ..rated issued from the same_cstablmI0rooeit,

IN ADVANCE, and the rcmaindu in Six Cotton I and Flax Thread, as Special Master in ( haoeer; > to act and repot fund ID.S! of the whole s}stein), dintiuUhing exeih'inent J.-L an.l! hc.iltliliil condition of hotlv 'rti'tedby ? Tiic Slirror of CiirC

Months. Addrcsi, Plain -and li/d Swiss and checked Muslins, t upon 1 I the siuic, .liter I having o: I vjiveii i i flu m diva when exce.-ive. all-iviiig irritation, tha INP of IVV1IAN'I'S CFFKllVnSt'FA'TSELYXKil This puMicf w ill contain M-lu--i
Jaeonel and Cambric Muslins, notice l by puhlieatmn! I the i It i is therefore A PElt!KNT.
in papers. t soreness tIItI pain, and speidih j iinpartin rcnew- Reports of the IVoceedm s and fvbj'f* VV'
MUNN & CO., Publishers, Needles, Pns; Tape, Jce. ice."Which oi tiered t that s.nd George %V. Ross, I the defendants ed vigur and elasticity to I the whole iratne.I This prej! ;amtion is universally allowed to be Congress of the United States. It mil :"- "

1'2S Fulton-street, New-York. have been selected with great care in Watson, McDoiiiild: i I. ;)ular remedy of the present d my. for semi-weekly, in an t'esar.t quarto u rtn. tout :

POST P4l I). New Yoik and! Bostonfiotn I Imiortersand] Agents interested, to appear la lore me m t the cily of JOHN! WINER t Co., N'j Maiden Lane, New the prevention and cure of Indigestion, Itilious the ses>ions of Congress and will h*"""
of Manufacturers! at I the I lowest market rates, and Apalachicola ( the seventh 'of. I and Liver Complaints Nervous Weakness VI'V
ill next Head
((7tli) April Yuk, soit: propiictor for the Unitid I States. ti> subscribers at the rate of t IWO dollan
B. Ellison V Co., i! I Water street. arc now ofle-ied at w hok'sale or r letail 1 on favorable t then and, I there to present or defend their respective U. F. AIJELL, Agent ache, I Ibvrtl turn, habitual Co-tivenc &c. long ses-ion and OU' dollaf tnr the h1rt "*

SHIP CHANDLERY.MANILLA terms I by WM. (J. PORTER & Co. claims, iic. Jan '.) t, r Apalacliicob.ot Traveller and leMilents in warm climates will It is believed that this creat national '
of all .iL5 1)ec. 5, J 1'i';. a Water st reel.Wistar's find if de-irablo(
and I Hemp Cordage CARRAWAY! SMITH, V a article ; it prevents any'accu bee deemed indispensable in the libran ''

I tie, Worm line i Marline, S mn- Special Master ii: ('hanccry. : ;;: JLivervort.A mulation ot bile, is portable, and the ia thedotprepaiatit.n public institution( politician, and! !'r*

yarnOakumSprm Oil, Kail! do, Whale do, Olive Italsaiu of Wild Cliorry.f Apalachicola, March d;, I Is i 17. SOC -.">t REMEDY: most pet feel is said now to be is unu>ually convenient. ChiUrcn man, throughout the country and thai h it1

ido. Linseed do, ILaw iju, Doilfd ito. Spirits Turpentine I f 1) IOZENju5t received and for sale by (; /- The hearing of I the above matter i-) postponed discovered in settled I Consumption, Liver have freireut] occasion tor gentle and cooling regarded bv the irreat mass ot the pew*

Paints, Window < JIiss, Putty, White .. April 1U |If.| F.ARELL. until Friday, the I lu'th i iist. puruati\es; they will take this r.perit-nt in '
of lair tCrtheirtion
Lead, Red do, \'fil.Jw Oehre, Chrome Green, Complaint any ( incipient sjmptuns, preference very best political text book
Emerald, Inii Tial (1(1. Chrome Yellow, Verdigris Hops Apalachicola, A'pnl KMSI713lt I ill I Ihe Clirono-Thermal, system, by I the UM ot to any other. Sold! wholesale and retail by and that of their children.
{STj- The healing of I the above matter is po-l- !Doctor TAYLOR'S celebrated medicine the Ntv :- J" C.ALLEN,1)ruggist, .Scc.
Litlura c, Sulilmr| Dri ht Vanii.-ii, CooaI Fall Crop for sale by I _
lo Tar Rosin Pitch Coal PaintBrushes FRESH Polled until i 1 1 the 3uth June next.Apalachicoh C Genuine; 15\is\M LIVKRWOUT which he NfE1E\T.
Turjwiitiri" 17 H. F. ABELL. or prepares IJuJI's and Suanl'sSMJSAl'AUILLA ; IMI't"lTNT Axxor .
Varnivi do, T.ird>, Scrub do. cliwp!; do, April 21 I, 1M7. tr>-2rnJ3 at ::7r: IJOWERV.) This plan of treatment( Throughout the session of Cn'
Black Cli.ilkVImii, { : This hearing of I the above mailer is jtm.t t received, for sale by
Russia Duck. Eng.
Lamp ,, postponed several eminent tI
Camphor and Pipe-rine, !ust re now espoused by : phjsiciai.s, is, will be issued from the otilce t1
lish aO, Cotton olo. Heavy ilaven.s do, 11ihit do, QUININE for sale by until the .'{io Mill j of November next. and! has been for a long time, the secret of t the !! _! ?_11. AHF.LL.CllKAM States Kepoiter," containing the rl4rt
White, Blue and Red Hunting, Nails, Coj>j>er do, Apalachicola, July 3}, is 17. V
which has I) TAUTAIl Tamarir.Js !*
attended and .
ikfi April 17 II. F. AIIEI.L.I'cler's unparalleled success uctor'favltoi.'s just rc. such Debates as peculiar V.
do Tacks, Ship Si> Uoat do, Heads, Screws, may possess
Anchor medicine in pel forming its w.ii.d.-rtul aid for sale by interest.
Jack Screws, Hdii'l-iukes, Capstan Franklin Circuit Court. V
Bars, Oars, Blocks, Slaves, Jib Hanks, Hand Vegetable AiitiuilliousI'ills. Barnard Adams & cures, which in many, very many cases, have April 17 H. 1*. A11ELL.I All i I subscriptions and communicationpostpaid

Pumps, Deck Buckets, Odar do, Deck llrooms, Co."JJohn been almost incredible, but t the conclusive l pi oof- Ct2't es:. and addressed

Cora do Caulkuiff Mallets, rvucdo, Axe?,Axe AFRESH supply, just received and for sale by :'; } In C1'alict'r' >-- t the Doe!or can bring forward are i irresistible, and X and ; JAMES A. HOITVUnited
Dill uul !Elizabeth pints qimartsjust received for sate by
Helves,hooks and Thimbles,Box I Hooks, I Bale do, 17 H. F'. ABELL. w advise all who may have coughs or simple States Importer, WahinS D' V
Ann Dill. j nneli t H. F. AEELL.f'aEllet'a. .
Can do. Cotton do, Boit do, Fish do, Caulking colds even, to u-e I Ibis perfect specific without t July 11, isi;'. V
Iron 1arhimic Spikes Slii $ Florida Molasses.N [ having been made to bv affidavit that 1VV'DIeV
Irons, Making cruJe1I IT appear delay. '. Fianklin: a small leak will sink AH"new pam-w throuihotit the
a
says 5
Hung 1)ippers, ( oik's l4idles, TurI3wmItor tierces and barrels, for sale ny the defendants John' Dill and Elizabeth Ann Who poitli&hi this Proi-pecius' once a '" V
IJivider Conmasses; kvi Ik Neeihle Sail Twine, I B. ELLISON & CO. Dill! reside out ol the State of FLorida, to wit: big ship. Therefore, cine your coughs be tine HOIICK and SW AIM'S Panacea just received this date till the meeting of Congierp UVV

Seine do, Sewuiz do. Palms, 1tigiimmg Leather, Feb 2'') 2f Water street. in the State Georgia. // it unity id that publication jour lungs are past cure. (For aleby sale by tided to an exchange with the l nmonri.

Pump do, Shovels Ilamtiiers Hatchets. Chisels, be made for four months in some newspaper J. C. ALLEN, Sole Agent for June 12 II. I". AEF.LLilny : Reporter," and will be placed on the U--' UIto

Augurs, Planes, it iridsiws, /J itnijiets, 1 landsawFiles Window Glass. printed in the city of Apalachicola, requiring Apalachicola.CAUTION Iuui. whom the Extras will be di patchc -____.
Rat Tail ilo Iron Sjuares, Cupboard l4ocks, -The genuine Doctor TvYumVB
LARGE lot of assorted sizes received
1'.ioltocks A just them to appear and answer said bill, else it I supply ot A. French's superior
Stockdo, hooks amid Staples, ihmue. and for sale by U.SAM o LIVI.-RWORT, has on t the bottle I a AFRESH Lamp Oil .
Lines will be taken ettnfesun. just received and for sale by .
Wood Saws Pendant Haulyards, Hand pro use.'Jloy
splendid steel plate engraving to counterfeits ( \F' the best quality, for summer
June 12 II. F. ABELL.llxtract preient
Deep Sea do, Los do, Fi.sh do. Hand Leads, 1)eejo| THOMAS BALTXELL! .1 udge. Jiinu P2 II. F. A1IKLL.; J
juyFi
signed Cordon !
by J. Leeds other is ] <
any [
Sheet do Bar dii Funnels, Laiitlionis July21 1l7. 2-1rn
Sia do. ,
'. do Sarsaimrllla.BULL'S vile i and dangerous, I imitations, ami t the public are o1ia4)uIud Candy.
Line Pitch I 1'ots Log I B.-oks ;irRo ,
Chalk ,
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Belayiii; l'iii, Tin Ware, Cnirke-ry, ( ..irj'ciitei'srnol io SANDS', for sale by the dozeii or SlLPTLVi'K and MURIATF.( of ( I JININI canlioiud not to inncha.se or deal i in it, as I it I is 1 )!''ASI1'S Clanliei) I M-IICU ot Hoaihouiid Lamp Oil t|[

Saipi'soa J'ohbi.'e., 'VcApalachicold. bottle, by protected by (he I I. S. Copy Right I Laws. 1. Janiiv, ju-l u eeu ed ar.d for sale by INTER strained,a splendid actieb}',c>
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33usineo ;3frtrtorgf.

BENJAMIN ELLISON. WILLIAM A. WOOD.
B. Ellison & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND DEALERS IN
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE,
TIN WARE, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
CAPS, CROCKERY, SHIP
CHANDLERY, &c.
24 Water street.
Jan 23 Apalachicola, Fa.
E. J. Hardin,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
:- Office, No. 6 Columbus Buildings,
Jan 16 Apalachicola, Fa.
Ioberts, Allen & Co.,
DEALERS IN HARDWARE AND SHIP
CHANDLERY, IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
SPIKES, AND CASI'IN',,,
And 31[.>.':,' f.-arers of Tin, Iron, and Cop-
per Wares.
Dec 12 Apalachicola, Fa.
IWM. W. "IMS. WAI. W. CHEEVER.
Sims & Cheevei",
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Office No. 24 Water street.
decl2 Apalachieola, Fla.
'W. T. Wooo. E. B. BAALLOU.
lWood & 14)i.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Office No. 42 Water street.-Up stairs.
Jan 16 Apalachieola, Fa.
TilognIas Prestonl,
COMMISSION MERCHANT AND TOBACCO
INSPECTOR AND BROKER.
No. 28 Water st.-Office second back room.
Dec 26 Apalachicola, Fa.
J. SI. & J. Ii. Hisul,
FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 48 Water street,
Dec 12 APALACHICOLA, FA-


Charles Rogers John Munn. Eugene W. Rogers.
Chase. Rogers & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Water street,
dec 12 Apalachicola, Fa
C. A. GREEN. C. H. CONNERY.
GreeAl & Conucry,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 36, Water street.
APALACHICOLA, FA.
Pelican Mutual Insurance Co. of New Yorkc.
CHAS. A. GREEN, Agent.
Dec 5 No. 36 Water street.


John S. Huitchinson,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
No. 50 Water street.
Solicits patronage. APALACHICOLtA, Fa.
Jas. IF. Farrior,
GENERAL RECEIVING, FO R WARDING &
COMMISSION MEiRCHANT,
No. 50 Water street.
Dec 5 ApalaeLcola, Fla.


P. Wv. Callen,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
MERCHIJANT.
Solicitg a share of Public Patr'onage.
Oct 2t APALACHICOLA, FA.
Cooke & i-ov'ue,
COM ,MISSION ME RiC HA NTS,
No. 13, St. Charles Street,
New-Orleans-
ADeW S. COOKE. AMoS HORN.
feb 8.


D. Danforth,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
AND GENERAL AGENT,
EUFAULA, ALA.
(6 otoh bought on order.
Refers to
B. F. HOLDEN, N Oa
J. G. DUtNLAP, New Orleans.
Messsrs. WYLIE & MCKENZIE, A icoa
J. S. HTTeI, rs* / Apalaehicola.
J. S. HUvTCHirNSo0N,

3ltr frsafonal Toticgt.

WM. SYDNEY GREEN, M. D.
W- May be found at his residence, corner of
Centre and High streets, opposite the Mansion
House. Nov S.


Dr. A. W. Chapman,
{lr- Office oyer the Drug Store of B. S. Hawley,
(entrance on Chestinut street.) Residence at the
house lately occupied by Dr. Baltzell.
January 10, 1846. 2-tf
W. G. Ait. Davis,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Offers his services to the public in either of the
above capacities.
He will practice regularly in Franklin, Cal-
houn and Jackson Circuit Courts-and will, upon
a special retainer, act asCounsel, in any Court
of the Middle or Western Circuit. He will also,
argue cases in the Court of Appeals at Tallahas-
'see, the sessions of which, he will always be
)present at, unless prevented by accident.
Apalachicola, September 8, 1846.
A. G. Semmnes,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
iojf Office, No. 2 Capt. Simmnon's Buildhling,
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets.
'nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.


Hi. E. Owens,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
CLAYTON, Barboiir County, Alabama.
April 29, 1846. 2-tf


Blank Books and Stationery.
SEDGERS, Journals, Day Books, &c.
- 50 reams Foolscap and Letter Paper;
Cotton Memorandum Books;
Ship and River Bills Lading;
Boooks for Letter Press.
Blank Bills of Exchange and Checks,
Just received and for sale by
March 1 H. F. ABELL.
SHEETINGS, Shirtings and Prints, by the
bale and case, low for cash, by
B. ELLISON & CO.
Jan 23 24 Water street.
C(' OLD Pressed Castor Oil and Saratoga Water,
just received and for sale by
April 10 H.F. ABELL.
Bailey's Tonic Mixture.
T HIS is a valuable compound fluid extract of
Cinchona and Rubra, a vegetable febrifuge
for the cure of Fever and Ague. Sold by
June 12 H. F. ABELL.


APALACHICOLA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER iI, 1847


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


Lockhart & Young,
COMMISSION and FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
No. 53 Water street,'
nov21 Apalachieola, Fla


JEREMIAH DAY. DANIEL J. DAY.
J. Day & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 52 Water street,
Dec 5 Apalaehieola, Fa.
W-Also, Agents for the "1-Et naInsurance Co."
- the "Protection Insurance Co." and the "Hart-
ord Insurance Co." Hartford Conn.


Harper & HIolnes,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
also,
Aglsents for the
SUN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
of the City of New York,
No. 51 Water street,
Dec 12 Apalachieola,'Fa.
WVn. G. Porter & Co.
DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION
MERC GIANTS.
No. 41 Water Street.
Dec 5 Apalaohicola, Fa.


D. B. Wood & Co.,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
No. 7, Columbus Row,
Nov. 28,1846. Apalachieola, Fla.
ALVA WYLIE, Wm. A. McKENZIE.
Wylie & McKeCnzie,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 42 Water street,
Sept. 1, 1346. Apalachieola, Fa.
S. & J. Selciffer.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
8Z- Particular attention paid to putting up family,
steamboat and ship stores.
No. 49 Water street,
Nov. 14 Apalachicola, Fla.


H. F. Abelti
.WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
DEALER IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS,
OILS, GLASS, &c., &c.
Also-A general assortment of Statinery.
Cor. of Chestnut and Water streets,
April 11 Apalachicola, Fa.


H. D. Darbden,
No. 2 Columbus Buildings,
Dec. 20, 1845. Apalachicola, Fa.
Sr jauamia Salter,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 43 Water street-Up stairs,
Dec. 1, 1845. Apalachicola, Fla.
ALBr:-ET DODGE. .CHARLES PRATT.
-7"j'T1 ife & Pratt,
SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water Street,
Nov. 22 Apalachicola, Fa.
1S. I. Taylor,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANT,
No. 22 Water-street,
sept2 ly Apalachicola.


H. R. WooD.


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


T. H.Austin & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 45 Water Street,
Oct. 24. Apalachicola, Fa.
J. C. Allena,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS,
GLASS, BRUSHES, &e., &c.
also,
.4 general assortment of
BOOKS, BLANKS, STATIONERY, &c., &c.
cor. of Chesnut & Commerce streets,
Dec 4 Apalachicola, Fla.


B. S. Hawley,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 28 Water street,
Dec 5 Apalachicola, Fa.


Avery & Jones,
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 43 Water street.
Dec 5. Apalachicola, Fa.


Edward lI cCully,
COMMISSION MERCHANT AND DEALER
IN DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
INo. 50 Water street.
Dec 5 Apalachieola, Fa.


Dry Goods.
D RILLINGS, Tickings, Cotton Osnaburgs,
Linseys, Kerseys, Jeans, Flannels;, Blan-
kets, Tweeds, Shirtings, Sheetings, Checks,
Ginghams, Calicoes, Delanes, Hosiery, &c. &c.
For sale by B. ELLISON & CO.
Jan 23 23 Water street.


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


DR. L. FEUCIITWANGEI'S
Hat, Mouse & Cockroach Poison.
THIS very efficacious remedy for extermina-
ting immediately, if a proper application be
made, of all of the above named annoyances. His
Flea and Mosquito Poison has attained a very ex-
tensive celebrity for its invariable destructive pro-
perties to that order of insects. For sale by
August 14 J. C. ALLEN, Druggist.


Carpenter's Extract of Bucliu.
W ARRANTED genuine, for sale by
July 17 J. C. ALLEN.
SALAD OIL, just receivedand for sale by
Apr-1 17 H. F. ABELL
For Sale,
1'HHDS. choice N 0 Sugar;
10 50 bbls Flour, by
Feb 2 NOURSE, STONE & CO.
ISTAR'S and Swayne's Balsam of Wild
Cherry, just received and for sale by
Nov 28 J. C. ALLEN.
Sarsaparilla Syrup.
UST received, and for sale by
June 12 H. F. ABELL.
OFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND PHOENIX
BITTERS, just received and for sale by
Nov 21 J. C. ALLEN.


HATS and Caps by the case low for cash by
H B. ELLISON & CO.


23usfnr.!IS ul frpectorpQ.


Don't disturb yourself,' said her has- you cannot disguise the truth that you were
band, 'she has only fainted, and I warrant taught to work as well as mniyself. Do you
she comes to in time for to-night's concert, not remember when we lived neighbors in
If she would take more healthful exercise the country the many useful lessons our
she could hardly stop the circulation at so mothers taught us; and when our present
short a notice;' and with this consoling husbands courted our favor do you suppose
speech Mr. Makedo went to his counting they thought the less of us for being indus-
house. Kitty was called again to bring the" trous.
cologne bottle and fan from Araminta's 'It is different in a city, Mary.'
room, besides other jobs which left little The difference, Susan, is only in our
for the kitchen department, but by dint of own mind, and arises from false pride. I
hard labor and perseverance she found time have chosen to stick to .first principles,' be-
to take the children a walking, and then living it will save my child mniuch unhappi-
hurried home to get supper, ness in future. The fate of nations depends
At the tea-table Mr. Makedo said the in a great measure on a mother's training,
bread was sour. The blame, as usual, rest- and parents cannot be too much alive -to
ed on Kitty, who was at once summoned to their great responsibilities. I beg you will


K. [NUMBER 43.


Sf ~CllSW 0B5account for it. When she made her ap-
pearance she gave a piteous detail of the
HOME EDUCATION, events of the morning-how she had to do
A STORY OF EVERYDAY LIFE. so many errands after the bread was all
SCome, Kitty, you must stir about lively ready for baking, that she conld not help
to-day-there's baking to do; the front to t.
clean, and dinner to get beside a host of Her mistress said that was no excuse
other thing ; and after all's done I want you whatever as she might have hurried more
io take the children to the square for a than she did, and that the bread would have
couple of hours this afternoon.' been sweet and good.
'Yes, mam, I'll try to get through in time, Mr. Makedo looked frowningly at his wife
though I don't feel quit as smart as corn- and daughter.
mon this morning, as I was up so late last Susan,' said he to the former, 'If Ara-
night ironing. minta had at least been taught to wait upon
S Now, Kitty,' said Mrs. Makedo, 'that's herself little, and some slight assistance in
the very time to work, when you don't feel the house, Kitty would not thus he imposed
like it; make that a rule through life and on ; as it is, you have absolutely ruined your
you will always find yourself doing some- child; yet, if yOL. woui: dre;s them ,ess
thing you don't like to; it will be a satis- foolishly and expensively, you would then
faction to you to know how much you can find yourself abl. to keep more help on
accomplish in that way.' your own occount.
I The dear knows,' said Kitty, I'ze had His wife put her laced pocket handker-
to practice that hard rule, from necessity, chief to her eyes, and his daughter was
long enough ; but what shall I do about looking for a convenient place to swoon;
bringing down the breakfast tray, as Miss and for fear (f another scene the unhappy
Araminta has not yet breakfasted ?' husband an6 father left the apartment.
SSo she hasn't, Kitty, and I guess I might Mrs. Mlakedo went below to give that
as well run up and wake her now, as 'tis ten lazy Kitty, as she termed her, a complete
o'clock. Poor thing, she came home so blowing up.
late last night from the party that I told her 'It seems to me, Kitty, you complain a
to sleep as long as she could this morning; reat deal about nothing-pray where did
Really wonder if the dear girl ever gets well you live before yonu came here?'
rested; I'l! go and see if she wants her The poor girl, being fairly roused, replied
toast and coffee in her room!' With these that she lived with Mrs. Harris, who was
remarks the dotting mother ascends the something like a lady, and never expected
staircase on her errand of inquiry, too much from her.
In the meanwhile Kitty make loud and 'I usedto know her very well, pray why
In the meanwhile Kdidyyoukleavedher?
impatient music with her pots and kettles, did you leave her ?
and thus soliloquises: 'Because her oldest daughter hiad left
Yes, baking to do, dinner to get, the school, and she said she wished her to learn
front to clean, it's all ighty easy tking to work ; but while there was so much help
front to clean, it's all mighty easy talking;, in the house, she hadn't half a chance so
then when my fine lady gels up she's got to in the hoase, she hadn't baef a chance: so
be waited on; very likely she'll send me on as Nancy the other girl, had been there Ion-
some errand to the milliner's, and when I get"than had, she sent me away with kind
come back she'll want a dress pressed in a words anc useful presents.'
a minute to walk out in. 'Yes, Kitty can 'I can' think,'answered Mrs. Makedo,
do it, it's nothing for Kitty,' but I guess if 'that Mrs Harris would do so ungenteel a
she had Kitty's weak back and tired feet, thing as to oblige her daughter to do house-
she'd lay a-bed a week and send Kitty for work ; but 'll call there soon and find out
the Doctor-' for myself.'
Kitty !' screamed her mistress at the top True tc her words Mrs. Makedo called to
of her voice, from the head of the stairs, see Mrs. H-arris on the following Tuesday.
'Maf and Lucy Harris, the eldest daughter an-
Are there any eggs in the house?' swered th bell; which somewhat shocked
'No, mam ; (there it is again, now ijst her ideas of propriety. Why, Lucy, dear,'
wonder what they want with eggs this time she said, how flushed you look-have you
a day?') a fever or what is tie matter ?'
'Step out somewhere, Kitty, and buy a Lucy. radiant with health an] good hu-
few, Araminta thinks she could eat one on mnor, said she was entirely well, hut had
her toast.' been ironing all the morning and as Nancy
*Yes, mam; but how am I to leave the was sweeping the third story she told hershe
bread that's just ready to bake?' would attend to tile bell in her absence.
Oh, be right quick, Kitty, and the bread Mrs. Harris now entered the parlor and
will not suffer. Luicy after excusing herself returned to her
Away went the distracted housemaid for work.
the eggs, and when she returned she chook- How do you do, my dear Susan.' said
ed one and took it up to the young lady's Mrs. Ferris, cordially extending her hand to
z' her welcoeget
room, where she had the satisfaction to hear -vr come guest.
from that indvidual that it wasn't half done; very well, I tank you, Mary.'
and more than that, she had waited so long Aid how is Araminta and the children ?'
that her appetite was ail gone and she could 'O, dear, the children are well but troble-
not bear the sight of it. some as usual, though I don't knowv much
Well, after much labor, the work was about them. Araminta is often dull and
Wel.,after much labothhor as n.apeieaal.Pothga-sM .
pretty well through with, and dinner served has n appetite at all. Poor thing, as Mrs.
at the usual hour. Araminta managed, with Chicl, said of old Dombey's first wife, 1
the help of her mother, to dress herself, and fear shie will never be able to make an effort.
thereby was enabled to make her appear- 'Tis Lardly worth while to ask after Lucy,
ance in the dining room with her heavy she loks so very rosy, almost loo much so
blue eyes and dress to match, about the to sut my tast; by the way, 1 hear from my
time of her father's entrance ; her appetite Kitty that you had put her to work and one
being unusually good. she contrived to reason for my calling was to know the truth
smell a bit of roast beef, and succeeded in of it. Have you really done such an out of
eating three Limrna beans, after gracefully thie 'ay thing ?'
taking the skin off each one. 'Pa,' said I m very happy to answer in the affirma-
she, very languidly, 1 heard some one at tive,Susan ; when she left school, her oc-
the party last night speaking of a delightful cupation seemed gone, she became listless
ghost story-' Hamlet,' I believe, is the and anguid ; her appetite left her, arid in
name of the man that saw the spectre, and I our anxiety we consulted a physician in re-
do wish you would get it for me; if it is in "" to her health, He told us he best
two volumes you needn't mind about it, thin for her was daily and regular exercise,
though, for I should never get time to read tlhouh moderately at first un'il herstrength
it-who knows but what it is as interesting could bear more. So after Mr. Harris and
as Dombey b7' mysdfhad talked the matter over,i dismissed
It wouldn't be to you,' replied her fa- one f the rlsand wcnt hand in hand for a-
ther. very gravely while with Lucy to encourage her. She
'Then don't trouble about it, Pa. You nowmakes all the beds in the chambers
know my taste, and can easily judge, but I occasionally, always helps iron the cloths
do wish another number of Dombey would and frequently assists in cooking; you must
come- I'm so anxious to know if sweet driuin tea with us soon and taste some of her
Florence has heard from her beau, Walter bre d; it is so delicious.'
Gay, and if he ever intends to corn back 'But don't she dress herself in her best,
again; where was it he went, Pa, to Mex- and walk out every day7 My Araminta
wcoe could not exist without that.'

'Mexico, fiddlesticks, child no, he went 'She is always neat in her dress but sel-
to the Indies, and I know where I have a dow walks out merely (or a promenade.
notion to send you.' She is interested in every household depart-
'On where, Pa? this is deligiful weather meant, and has sufficient exercise in doors
for traveling' for her health. Her appetite and spirits are
'To school, replied her impatient father, both good and we are glad that we had the
'for you mortify me to death with your firmness to make her useful and thereby
stupidity. However, your mother tells me happy her needle, too, is not idle, as I am
to-morrow will be vour eighteenth birthday, frequently indebted to her for much assis-
and I suppose you will expect a handsome tance with the children's garments.'
present. Now, as you have an idea of be- 'What will Araminta think of all this !'
ing married before a great while, it is time said Mrs. Makedo;'why, Mary, we only
you understood the practical part of house- keep one girl, though I often think there's
keeping' and my gift to you shall be either enough work in the house for two ; but it
a good sized broom or a scrubbing brush never entered my head to call on my daugh-
which I shall insist upon your using. ter for help. Dear me, she is the one most
But Araminta had fainted before the con- waited on in the family.'
delusion of his sentence. 'I hope you will be encouraged, Snsan,
'Only see what you have done,' excLaim- to do as I have done, and bestow a little of
ed his wife as she ran in haste to her daugh- the care on her that your mother bestowed
ter's assistance, on you, for tashienable as you have become,


sumes his narration :-
"The enemy soon commenced a heavy
fire upon us from a strong battery across
the road, and death again found us, after it
had seemed to have left us for the day. At
last we crawled up close to the battery, and
our death-dealing rifles told with fearful
effect. Closer and closer, from arch to arch,
wve crept, until "forward Rifles!" brought.
out every man with a yell, and the battery
was ours. Again commrenced our slow and
deadly march as we gradually approached
the garrita or gate of the city, the enemy
retreating slowly before us. As soon as


consider this subject deeply and pray for
righlit wisdom to direct you.'
Mrs. Makedo had listened in silence.
Then her thoughts went back to her child-
hood's home, beautiful and refreshing to
her memory as to herself when her innocent
thoughts and chlildish sports had made an
Eaden of that secluded spot; when the
gay songs of early birds awakened her from
health-breatlhing slumbers and she arose
with the dawn, light-hearted and happy, to
perform her daily duties, trifling they were,
perhaps, in reality, but rendered important
and regularly enacted by a mother anxious
for her daughter's welfare, and ever watch-
ful to direct her youthful footsteps in the
way that brings peace and happiness in the
world to come; alas alas! where stood she
now? It seemed as though all those early
lessons and sweet counsels had been buried
in the grave of her departed mother. The
rank weeds had come up and smothered the
young buds of promise: how. thought she,
have I fulfiled the trust towards the immor-
tal soul committed to wiy care? The ways
of high life in a fashion bound city have
bliinded my judgement and better knowledge;
my child has grown up beneath my eye
ignorant of all that truly ennobles and exalts
our ntaures--vanity and love of dress the
only aim of her existence.
"Tis too late now, Mary,' said Mrs.
Makcdo, as she arose in haste to take her
departure; 'tis too late to undo the deep
injury I have done my daughter; if she
lives she will have plenty of trouble, like
the rest of us; and in her hours of trial
she will, perhaps, and justly too, blame her
mother for not teaching her better how to
meet and how to bear it. 1 will go home
and talk 'o my husband; I know his heart
will gladden at a reform in this matter; he
will encourage me to do what is yet in my
power for Aramrninta-and I promise you,
my dear Mary, to try and take the rest of
my children in good season for their im-
provement.'
Mothers who read this, go ye and do like-
wise. BEULAH.

A GRAPHIC LETTER FROM AN OFFICER
IN THE ARMY.
The Slorming of Chapultepec-Entrance in-
to the Capital-the Fight with the Le-
peros.
One of the best and most graphic descrip-
tions we have yet seen of the late stirring
events in Mexico, is contained in a letter
written by an officer in the army, and pub-
lishlied recently in the N. Y. Courier and
Enquirer. The storming of Chapultepec
is thus spiritedly given:
"At daylight on the 13th, all were in ex-
pectation. At 6 A. M. the order came for
Smith's brigade to march for Tacubaya.-
In ten minutes we were all on the road for
fear we might be too late. We got into ihe
village and marched down to support Gen.
Quitinan on the road. The firing from the
Castle was very heavy as our column passed
in the rear of our own batteries, but luckily
it fell a few yards -short. One by one, we
crept through a ditch, which partially shel-
tered us until the two leading companies
were ordered to denjoy as skirmishers, when
off we started across the open field and drove
the enemy from behind a row of maguey
plants, and took their place. We were then
formed nearly as follows:-The stormers
were in the road at the foot of the hill, on the
right looking toward the city ; on the right
of the road in a ditch partially sheltered from
the enemy's fire, was Gen. Smith's brigade,
while two of our companies were deployed
in a ditch perpendicular to the road, and
one hundred and fifty yards from the ene-
mv's batteries. Gen. Pillow's division at-
tacked on the left of the hill, opposite to
us. After about an hour's hard firing, the
enemy's began to slacken, and the word was
given to charge. We rushed forward, aid
in three minutes we carried the first battery.
The Rifles entered the battery wilh the
storming party, which was commanded by
one of its Captains. We followed the fugi-
tives close up to the acqueduct, and turning
to the left, clambered up the steep path to
the castle. The enemy were running down
in crowds, and the slaughter was tremendous
in the road and orchard. Our men were
infuriated by the conduct of the Mexicans
at Molena del Rey, and took but few prison-
ers. The castle was completely torn to
pieces. Nearly every part was riddled by
our shot, while the pavements and fortifica-
tions were completely torn up by the shells.
1 am afraid the prosperity of the Mexican
Military Academy has been seriously check-
ed. In it were crowds of prisoners of every
rank and color, among whom were fifty
general officers, and about an hundred
cadets. The latter were pretty little fel-
lows, from ten to sixteen years of age.-
Several of them were killed fighting like
demons, and indeed they showed an exam-
ple of courage worthy of imitation by some
of their superiors in rank."
Chapultepec carried, the column pushed
on to the capital. The road leading from
Chapultepec to the capital, is a perfectly
straight and broad carriage way, in the cen-
tre of which runs the aqueduct that supplies
the city with water. The writer thus re-


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they crossed she gate, a tremendous fire o
artillery opened upon us on both sides o6
the aqueduct, as well as from two flanking
batteries on both sides pof the road. Here
our loss was very great; slowly creeping
from arch to arch we lost many men by the
batteries in front, while the fire from flank-
ing batteries- coming through the arches
killed many who were safe from that in
front. About noon we got close up to the
garrita, and the enemy's fire being partially
silenced by our artillery in the road, and thug
being driven out of the cross battery on the
left, we once more gae the rifle yell, and
charged the garrita. Again we were first,
and at twenty minutes past one on the 14th
of September the regiment entered the citr
of Mexico. But onr work was not yet end-
ed. Directly in front,'was still another bat-
tery with flanking batteries as before. Our
regiment again went forward, and assisted by
some others we occupied a house and some
of the arches, and not only kept them off,
but repelled four attempts at charges which
they made. Meanwhile, we had construct,
ed a battery ot sand bags at the garrita, and
kept up a sharp fire in front. Towards dark
those in front were recalled, and all retired
behind the battery. That night the battery
was completed, and the men slept on their
arms in the arches of the aqueduct.
So much for one column of the army.--
Immediately after the fall of Chapultepec,
Gen. Worth's division filed round to the left
and took the road to the gate of San Cosmo.
This he soon reached with but little resis-
tance to his progress, and establishing h.is
batteries, he fired upon the rear of the cita-
del, and partially diverted their fire from us.
He entered the city late in the afternoon,-
some time after us. All night we lay there;
cold and hungry, but ieady for the next
day's work. During the night two commis-
sioners came in, who said that Santa Anna
and his army had evacuated the city; that it
was at our mercy, and that no further resis2
tance would be offered to our entrance.-:
The next morning at daylight, we formed at
the garrita and marched into the mali
plaza in front of the Cathedral and .lh
Palace ; and at 7 o'clock, P. M. on the 15th
of September, 1847, the Stars and Stripes,'
floated over the Halls of the Montezumas;
Gen. Worth's division arrived about an four
later and took possession of the Alameda.-
About 9 o'clock a tremendous hurrah broke
from a corner of the plaza, and in a few
minutes were seen the towering plumes and
commanding from of our ,gallant old hero;
Gen. Scott, escorted by the Second Dra;
goons. The heart-felt welcome that came
from our little band was such as Montezu"
ma's Halls had never heard, and must hbave
deeply affected the General. Well they
might,-for of the T04ffOo g-Tinr f-spilir tidt.
welcomed him at Puebla, scarcely 7,000
were left. The bloody field of C.nrlrtras,
Churubusco, San Antonio, El Molino del
Rey, Chapultepec and the Garrita, had l'Qd
low 3000 of our gallant army, and filled ,w[ih
grief and sorrow the hearts of all the rest.
General Scott returned to the Palace, -amp
we kept quiet possession of the Plaza. put
some random firing began to be heard in
different parts of the city, and the ithisiling
of balls became again the music for the-day:
The mob of the city had risen, and frpni
every house top and door, from behind
walls and windows the cowardly lepers fired
down upon our men impotent revenge.
The firing soon became sharper, and
many of our men were wounded inthb
Plaza. Some of them were sent out as
skirmishers, and the firing became general i
cannon placed at the corners of the streets
leading into the Plaza, and we soon cleared
them with grape and canister. Many
houses were broken open to get at the house
tops, and a great many were plundered by
the very men who were firing upon. us, and
of course it was all laid to us. Some; fifty
or sixty of their men were killed in a single
house, and though they wounded a good
many of ours, we killed five for one. This
lasted till dark, when we were marched into
the yard and. quartered there for the night;
leaving the artillery to guard the Plaza. ,
The firing commenced again the next
morning, but was stopped before night by
killing some 200 leperos, and from Gen.
Scott's threat of blowing up every house
from which firing proceeded. The next day
we were marched into tolerable quarters
and once more made ouraelves as comfort-
able as we could. But ah we were weary
mena! For five days we had not changed
our cloths or taken off our arms; We had
not slept in a bed or had a comfortable meal
-for three days and nights we had been
under constant fire, aud for two nights we
had not slept. .I rejoice in the
glorious laurels which the RIFLES have won.
It is, as all acknowledge, the fighting Regi-
ment of the Army. It entered Chapultepee
simultaneously with the storming party.
It was first in all the enemy's works froni
Chapultepec to the Citadel. It was the firt
that entered the city, and first planted its
triumphant banner on the Palace of the
Montezumas. Wherever bloody work waS
to be done, The Rifles' was the cry, and
there they were. All speak of them in
terms of praise and admiration. Let me,
give you but a single instance. Some or
their officers and men were standing together,


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when Gen. Scott happened to ride by.
Checking his horse he returned their salute,
saying with great energy and emphasis--7
Brave Rifles! Veterans! You have been
Baptized in Fire and Blood, and have come
out steel! Had you seen the unbidden tear
stealing to the eye of these rough but gal- :
lant spirits whose hearts know no fear, and
who had neverlyet, in their long trial, falter-
ed or fallen back, while there flashing eyeA
and upright forms bespoke its truth, you
would have felt with me that such words a2
those wiped out long months of hardship
and suffering. But what told still more thd
tale of suffering and death, were the desert-
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membered by posterity. Whoever is toiling
for fame let him be engaged in this work.
It is a work that will endure as long as
Florida exists; and will be useful, until the
art of navigation is forgotten. If an emin-
ent physician deserve praise for curing many
and dangerous maladies, what blessings

ought to be bestowed upon those who pre-
vent them altogether? The State of Flor-
ida can prevent thousands of human beings
from dying of disease, by the simple act of
digging this channel. It will drain the
marshes of Southern Florida, whose pesti-
lential vapors may send thousands of the
future inhabitants of that country to their
graves. What other inducements can I
offer? Let us recapitulate and see.
I have shown that the construction of a
channel through the peninsula, would en-
hance the value of the lands of Florida-
that those lands would be rendered more
healthy by the channel acting as a drain-that
this channel would cause thousands of acres
of excellent land to be reclaimed from a
watery waste-that it would be a source of
revenue, by which we could pay our State
debt, and support an excellent State govern.
ment-that it wouhl open the way for a
more dense and wealthy population-that it
would diminish our taxation-that it would
cause an annual saving of $2,000,000 which
are now lost-that it would facilitate the
operations of the United States Govern-
ment, and the mercantile interest at large-
that it would open an internal trade for many
valuable tropical productions; and that it
would save the lives of thousands of human
beings, that are now lost, by waste of time
and by shipwrecks.
Fellow Citizen! These remarks have
been thrown together in rather a hasty and
disconnected manner; but if I have suc-
ceeded in attracting the notice ofsome more
able writer upon this snbject, I shall con-
sider myself abundantly rewarded.
AN APALACHIA".
THK RESPONSIBILITY.-The Cincinati
Chronicle thus fixes the errors of manage-
ment in the conduct of the war upon the
National Executive:
1. In May, 1846, the President received
a general power to call out, when and where
he pleased, not less than 50,000 volunteers.
2. Volunteers have always stood ready at
his service.
3. He has 'called volunteers out at five
different periods--always by piecerneals
-and caused, directly or indirectly, the
Government paper to overrate the number
in the field at least onethird.
4. Congress placed at his disposal ten
new regiments in addition,
Thus ilie President has had placed at
his command by Congress the following
forces viz :
Regular army .............. 10,000 men.
Volunteers ................. 50.000 (to.
New regular regiments ...... 10,000 do.

An army of ............... 70,000 men!
This is, in these times and in this country,
-in immense force, and it was accompanied
by an immense 'appropriation of money.
These were the means. Now, what was
his condition? The President and his Ca-
binet make war; Congress placed at their'
cnmmand seventy thousand men and sixtJ
millions of dollars--a greater army and
greater means than those with which Alex-
ander conquered half the world. The Pre-
silent is Commander-in-Chief of the army.
and responsible for its employment. He
calls it out by piecemeal. It is devided int6
four di,',; ,, .,. expeditions ; it is called out at
flur different times ; and now the mati
body of the army is struggling, after heavy
losses, in the heart of a hostile country.
A GREAT LAND CLAM.-One of the most,
extensive and most extraordinary claims of
laind is now pending in the State of Maiine,
tlhat New England has ever been troubled
with, which if successful, will ruin hundreds
of thrifty families to roll up a mountain of
affluence for a single family. The claimant
is, or claims to be, the representative eof
some grantee ft'om the British crown, when,
said crown had as much authority to grant"
territory on this continent as (he United
States now have to sell lands in China. A. \
family named Vassall went from Italy to'
England in tlhe reigns of James I and Char-'
les I, and acquired great wealhhand influ-:
ence in London. Some members of this'
family went to New England with the Ply-
mooth colonists and acquired large grants
of land there and in the West Indies.--
These West Indian grants becoming very
valuable estates in the course of two centu-
ries, were inherited by Lady Holland; and
this upon the foundation of a royal or gov-.
-ernmental grant of large terr, itores to, one',


patentee, did one family suddenly become
too rich, while hundreds were deprived or
property which they supposed to be their.
own, Florentius and Willtiam Vassall, two,,
descendents of the family, became lage pro-
prietors in the Plymouth patent in Massa~
chusetts, and the Waldo patent in Maine.
William Vassall's grant from the Plymeuthi
Company, dated in 1771, covers a forty-
eight part of the Kennebec patent, and in-
eludes large portions of Hallowell, Augusta,
and Gardinder, and ninety thousand acres
in the Waldo patent, of the country around
Frankfort and Bangor. Florentius Vassall's-
claim covers the best farms and houses in
the counties of Lincoln, Kennebec and
Somerset, and the towns of Vassalborough,
Sidney, Pittston, Bowdinham, Mercer, Mon-
mouth, and several others. It also covers
extensive and very valuabel tracts of wild
lands. The present claimant is a daughter
of John Vassall Davis, of Washington City,
the wife of Dr. Page, who has lately com-
menced suits. One of the Maine journals
says that, "if these claims be established,
of which there can be no doubt, the Davis.
amily will become one of the very wealth-
est in New England."--V. Y. True Sun.

PRIDE.-" My brethern," said Swift, in a
sermon, "there are three sorts of pride-of
birth, of riches, and of talents. I shah not
now speak of the latter, none of you being
liable to that abominable vice,"


I~~ .~!C~TLIPI`I i-~--~-- ---4~rJ- rP~


[Fro'fn thi el),ltin-iore Ainerican J
EXILE OF GEN. TAYLOR.
Under this title the Richmond Republican
dwells with, emphasis and truth upon the
conduct of the Administration towards Gen.
TAYLOR, ever since his growing renown
made him an object of political jealous in
high places. It is occasionally recorded in
history that weak -monarchs, possessed by a
morbid vanity, have hated with implacable
malignity the successful generals and states-
men of their own appointment whose glory
seemed likely to eclipse the legitimate splen-
dours of royalty. Thus BELISARIUS served
his country too well. The Emperor, dwarf-
ed by his greatness, could not bear the sight
of the hero who had illustrated his reign
by brilliant victories, who had restored to the
Roman name its ancient prestige of invinci-
bility. The warrior was sacrificed ; the
brightness of his fame made imperial insig-
nificance too clearly visible.
The victory of Monterey, imparting lustre
to our armes and filling the whole country
with admiration of the prowess of our gallant
soldiers, lost to Gen. TAYLORthe favour
and friendship of the administration. He
was henceforth an enemy in their sight.
Every blow by which lie shattered the power
of Mexico was felt throughout their array
of partizan cohorts.
But the time is coming when the People
will stand by their own. In quoting the
eloquent language of the Republican we do
not join in the implied recommendation of
tie last par:igraph. No. Let Gen. TAY-
LOR stCy where he is ordered to stay, if but
half a regiment is left him. It does not be.
come a man of his calibre to pout and show
petulance. Those that strive to heap in-
dignities ,upon him will be well paid back,
one of these days. Let the brave old man
maintain the calm immovable aspect, the
serene composure, which the consciousness
of duty imparts. The Administration can-
not humiliate him. The People do not
forget him.
But what was the course of the Adminis-
tration? It sought to supersede him by
placing a civilian over his head. It repea-
tedly made the unworthy effort and was re-
peatedly foiled. Its friends in Congress
endeavored to cast censure upon a name
that had ever been linked to victory and
honor. Gen. Scott, who, at one time, ap-
plied in vain for active service, was ordered
to take the chief command of the line of
operations from Vera Cruz. Gen. Taylor
was condemned to the apparent seclusion and
retirement of the Rio Grande. The whole
of his regular force, with the exception of
some six hundred men, was taken from him
by Gen. Scott. Three times has lie been
stripped etfhe flower of his army, to swell
the legions of the new commander. Each
time he has patiently submitted. He has
given his sword and his armor to another.
Who has ever heard him murmur ? Who
has heard him complain?
There-is but one instance of his declining
to yield immediate acquiescence in the
wishes of the Administration. Its orders he
has always obeyed. The occasion to which
we refer was when G-en. Scott, after remov-
ing all his regulars, advised him to fall back
from Saltillo to Monterey. It will be recol-
lected that during the rumors of our defeat
in the memorable contest which ensued, the
U-nion published letters from Gen. Taylor,
showing very clearly that the responsibility
of his position in that battle rested upon
his own head. It did indeed He declined
retiring to Monterey--he even advanced
beyond Saltillo---not from contumacy, but
for military reasons which lie gave in those
published letters, and which, but a few days
after their publication, were stamped with
the broad seal of a victory that astonished
ihe world. The Mexican defeat, in the
desert, proved what he predicted it would,
the utter disorganization of the finest army
they had ever raised, and hung like a mill-
stone upon the neck of that R~epublic up to
the very hour of her convulsive and dying
effort ;at the gates of her capital.
Surely, now the Administration could give
voice to the swelling heart of the nation.
Surely now it could say, "Go fi'om this
spot, where your gleaming blade has destroy-
ed the last vestige of hostility--go, aid your
country, and reap new haurels in another
field. WVe will no longer seek to keep you
in obsenrity and inaction." But no. The
great warrior, whose victory of Buena Vista
has been acknowledged by veteran generals
of Europe as one of the most extraordinary
achievements of' history, was consigned to
miserable garrison duty, which the youngest
of our Brigadiers would have been abun-
dantly capable to fill. From the 2"2d? of
February last, up to this hour, General
Taylor has been condemned to a position of
greater obscurity and less responsibility than
that which he hehld before the `first blow had
been struck on the Rio Grande, and before ihe
world had ever known that there was such a


soldier! Why is this so ? Has he done
aught since that period to render him less
worthy the confidence of government, or
less able to serve his country ?
Winter, spring and summer have passed
away, and slill he sits beneath the Walnut
Grove, near Monterey, knowing no change
in his monotonous confinement, save that
occasioned by successive departues of por-
tions of his small force for the line of Vera
Cruz. There he remains, his victorious
sword rusting in its scabbard, while Pillow,
Cushing, Lane and others are permitted to
seeks distinction and rerown in a stirring
field. There he is imprisorred, like a caged
eagle while his ear catches tlbe roar of the
distant battle, and his heart pants to break
its inglorious bonds, and plunge forth into
the centre of the storm. Such is a hero's,
such a patriot's reward !
The country, we are sure, would deem
Gen. Taylor more than justified should he
now resign his subaltern command. With-
out a complaint, or a single impatient word,
he h.s bore long enough the indignities of
his situation. Self-respect may at last de-
mand that he should leave a post where he
can no longer be employed, except as a
sentinel over fields which his valor has
made immortal,


who do not know their duty, or who are too
lazy and idle to attend to it. We hope for
better things at this session.
JUDGE OF THE SOUTHERN CIRCUIT.
It may not be our province, living in the
West, to say ought about the person who
should be selected to fill the above office;
but inasmuch as the Judges are by law re-
quired to preside at stated periods in every
portion of the State, and as the Circuit
Judges preside as an Appeal Court, we feel
that we may be permitted to indicate an in-
dividual upon whom we could wish to see
the choice of the Legislature, for the high
office of Judge of the Southern Circuit,
fall. David S. Walker, Esq., who came
within one vote of an election last year,
when there was a majority of his political
opponents in the Legislature, is every way
worthy and competent for the office of
Judge, and we trust that he may be elected,
if he will consent to serve.

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.
By reference to the acts, regulating elec-
tions of Justices ofthe Peace, it wilJ be seen
that the time for holding the same was last
May, instead of October. Such being the
case the choice of Ju'stices, made at the
October election was void. We have heard
that the 'persons elected in this county in
October last have been commissioned.-
This looks queer to us.
.[For the Commercial Advertiser.
IMPROVEMENTS IN FLORIDA.
CHANNEL. THROUGH THE PENINSULA.
Fellow-Citizens:-In my last number, ]
gave an outline of some of the advantages
that would result from the construction of
a channel through the Peninsula of Florida.
It is my present intention to follow up the
subject, and show the people how much
they are losing by defering the work.
You all admit, that when produce of atl
kinds is most readily got to market, it always
commands the highest price. In the last
accounts from Columbus, Ga., we find that
cotton was commanding a higher price at
that place, than it did at either Macon or
Montgomery, Ala. How do you account
for this fact ? The freights down the river,
together with the wharfage, storage, weigh-
ing, draying, and lightering at Apalachicola ;
and the burden of high insurance around
the Southern Capes of Florida, do not
cost as mnucli as the same expenses from
Montgomery, Ala.; nor as much as the
freights on the rail-road from Macon to Sa-
vannah, Ga. How much 'greater, then,
must be the reduction of freight, and tlie
consequent high price of the planter's pro-
duce, if this channel were constructed so
as to cut off insurance, ind save rime. Let
us illustrate this subject by a practical ex-
ample. Suppose that one year's cotton
crop, amounting to 1,700,000 bales of cot-
ton, was lying in the Gulf ports ready for
shipment. Suppose the average price. to
be 7 cents, or $47,600.000, for the whole
crop. The rates of insurance from the
Gulf ports are 1I per cent.; but from Sa-
vannah or Charleston only J per cent. The
difference is per cent. against the Gulf
port. If we estimate the average price of
a bale of cotton at twenty-eight dollars,
then, according to the above data, the extra
insurance we have to pay over the Atlantic
ports, will be twenty-one cents per bale, or
three hundred and fifty-seven thousand dol-
lars on a single crop of cotton. If the chan-
nel were constructed, we would have to pay
only i per cent. more than the Atlantic
ports. Thus we would save per cent. of
insurance, or two hundred and sixty-senev
thousand, seven hundred and fifty dollars per
annum. The saving of insurance alone,
for two successive years upon (he cotton
crop only, would more than dig the chan-
nel. Each and every planter, who makes
one hundred bales of cotton a year, would
make an annual saving of fifteen dollars and
seventy-five cents if this channel were con-
structed. Let each of them subscribe this
amount for two years in succession, and
they would be ever afterwards exempt from
high insurance. Planters of the South !
Look at the immense quantity of breadstuff's,
lead, iron, and other articles of export, an-
nually floating down the rivers of the Gulf,
and the immense amount of manufactured
articles going up these rivers from the At-


lantic Ocean, and say if you do not think
that any amount of stock you might take in
this proposed channel would-be very profit-
able? If you dig the channel, the tax upon
these articles will soon pay for it, while in
the meantime, you may carry your cotton
through free of charge.
I have repeated the maxim, that "time
was money ;" and now, let us look at the
practical operation of this fact in the case
before us. When you come to examine
the question, you will all admit with me,
that it requires, on an average, ten days
longer to go around the Southern Capes of
Florida, than it would to go through this
proposed channel to New York. The daily
expenses of a vessel, carrying one thousand
bales of cotton, are estimated at twenty-five
dollars; or, for ten days, the expenses of
this vessel would amount to two hundred
and fifty dollars. There will be one thou-
sand seven hundred cargoes of cotton, of a
thousand bales each, to be exported. Thus,
these ten days delay, will make an annual
loss upon the ,vessels of four hundred and
twenty-five thousand dollars. Here, we see
that the loss sustained by the vessels carry-


ing the cotton crop from the Gulf ports,
during two successive years would more than
dig this Florida channel. Let it be remem-
bered that every loss sustained by vessels
carrying the cotton crop, tends to make the
freights higher, and must come out of the
price of cotton. Add the annual extra insur-
ance we have to pay to the annual loss sus-
tained by delay of the vessels, (that is $2G7,-
750 and $425,000) and we have the large
sum of six hundred and ninety-two thousand
seven hundred and fifty dollars ($692,750.)
This amount would either dig the channel,
or build more than eighty miles of rail-road
through that country. All other articles of
import and export to, and from, the Gulf
ports, would more than equal the cotton
crop in value. Double the loss on the cot-
ton crop then, and we shall see that the an-
nual loss sustained by produce of all kinds
going in, and from the Gulf ports, amounts
to one million, three hundred and eighty-
five thousand, five hundred dollars (1,385,-
500.) It is reported that the annual dam-
ages sustained by vessels going around the
Southern Capes of Florida, amount to
seven hundred thousand dollars ($700,000.)
This sum added to the other losses, makes
the total annual loss amount to two millions
qf dollars. In the short time of one year,
all this money might be saved by the con-
struction of this channel. In eight years
the losses thus sustained would more than
pay the original cost of (he Territory of
Florida; and therefore, if we were to con-
sult the greatest good of the majority at
large, it would have been better to give
away the whole Territory of Florida, as a
price for the construction of this great
work.
Citizens of Florida! If we have the
least spark of the divine feeling of human-
ity, let it now be kindled into aflame. Re-
mnember the many sacrifices of human life
that have been made upon the dangerous
reefs of the South '-
How many'a stranger's gloomy gost
Has death detained upon our coast ;
And friends once parted, nevermore
Return'd to love their native shore.
I know that no estimate can be put upon
the value of human life; but the wasting
away of human life by idleness or unpro-
fitable labor, is as great a sacrifice of hu-
manity as though so many human beings
were buried in their silent graves. Now,
there are more than seventy thousand hu-
man beings passing and repassing the south-
ern coast every year. Allowing ten days
days for passing and ten days for re-passing,
there will be twenty days lost by each, and
every passenger, or altogether, there will be
three thousand, eight hundred and thirty-
six years of time lost, during one short
year. If we allow 70 years to be the life of
man, then each year will witness fifty-four
human lives absorbed by eternity, and lost
to mankind, by neglecting his work.
Besides this, whoever reclaims land from
the water, and "makes the desert place
llossom as lthe rose," is the means of giving
so much food and life, to future inhabitants
of the earth. The construction of this
channel would drain the richest lands of
Florida, and make them the homes of civi-
zation, and a nursery of defence. Both tile
Withlacoochee and St. John's flow out of
the Everglades, and their fall upon the west
and the east, is conclusive proof that the
waters of the Everglades are considerably
higher than the level of the Gulf of Mexico.
Connect these rivers, and deepen the chan-
nel, and the dry land, and fertile soil w'ouhl
appear. How many thousands of happy
families might be thus blessed with a peace-
ful home, under the banners of freedom!*
How many luxuries and necessaries of life
might then be obtained free from heavy
taxation and foreign interdiction.
Fellow Citizens! If any feeling of pa-
triotism can arouse you, then defer not lllis
work forea moment. Remember that our
country is engaged in a war, which it wish-
es to close in the shortest possible time.--
Dig the channel immediately, and the chea-
pest and most speedy communication will be
opened with the Atlantic States. Think
not that this war will be over before the
channel eouhld be completed. A channel
dug in twenty days by seventeen hundred
men, is just as cheap, and just as good, as
a channel dug in seventeen hundred days
by twenty men. If the money can be ob-


gained, the more laborers employed., the
cheaper will be the channel.
Citizens of Florida! Is it not evident to
you, that the more sparse your population,
the more heavily will fall the State debt,
and the State government upon your shoul-
ders? Suppose you have a State debt of
$5,000,000, and make an effort to pay the
interest on it. With a population of one
hundred thousand, it would require three
dollars from each individual to fill the de-
mand ; but with a population of Three hun-
dred thousand, it would require only one
dollar from e:ch individual to pay the in-
terest. Is it not then, plainly the interest of
every inhabitant of Florida, to engage in
some general plan, by which the State
would become populous and wealthy?-
What other plan can be divised that would
accomplish so much in one effort as this
proposed channel ? This is no sectional
enterprise-no selfish undertaking; but its
benefits will extend to all the present, and
future inhabitants of Florida. Millions of
men labor hard, night and day, to be re-


regiment. Five huadre~d sturdy men left
Jeffson Barracks for the plainsof Mexic'o-
one hundred and fifty-nine have met us here
--and now one hundred and seventy alone
-are left to tell the tale !

Loss OF THE STEAMER NARAGANSETT.-
"'This steamer on her way to New-Orleans
was on the 21st ult., at 4 o'clock, P. M.,
run ashore at Mosquito Inlet, on the coast
-of Florida, under the following circumstan-
ces, which we give as they have been detail-
ed to us by passengers whose names are
attached to (he statement.
The purport of this statement is that on
the 21st ult. they met the steamer Calbfornia,
-which was about putting back into St. Augus-
tine, on account of the aspect of the weather.
Tl'he master of the lVaraganselt thought it
'-.would be safer to go into Mosquito Inlet,
-andsaid he would do so. The boat was
beached at about four o'clock, P. M., the
lead not having been thrown. There was
no boat ahead to sound, nor was any anchor
got ready in case the steamer was got into
the Inlet. When the vessel first struck she
was kept under a full head of steam, and no
,effort was made to get her off-sails all set.
No discipline was maintained aboard after
,the staemer struck. The Captain was the
first one to go ashore, and did not return to
the steamer until after every body was saved.
At the time she was beached the weather
was by no means so stormy as the night
before, nor would the weather have been
regarded as threatening had not the Cali-
.fornia, putting back, suggested the idea.
The passengers and their :,, ,. were all
saved, though the Captain is not thanked
for their safety. He was the first one to go
ashore, nor did he return on board to the
knowledge of these passengers during t~he
night.
The passengers were kindly received and
entertained by the inhabitants of New
Smyrna and Dunlawton, and furnished with
means of transpotat ion to Enterprise, from
which place they were enabled to reach
Savannah, arriving here on Sunday morning.
List of passengers of the Naragansetl:--H.
Lindsay, lady. child and servant; Mrs. H.
G. Wright, child and servant; Mrs. Pas-
sailaigue and child; Mrs. Matthews; Messrs.
C. D. C. Rhind. J. E. Gleason, A. S. Gil-
lernam, A. F. Miller, and Riggs.
Officers of the'boat.-Capt. Wilson; Mate,
W. J. Fisher, Clerk, J. L. Woodruff, with
wile, child and servant; Steward, J. W.
Walker. [Savannah Republican.
"MusTANd" tells the following anec-
dote:-
There was a little incident which occur-
red to Capt. Mason 'in one of his reconnois-
sances, which is worthy of record. It be-
came necessary on one occasion for him to
go very close to the enemy's breastwork, in
order to ascertain its true position. As he
approached, a Mexican officer rode out
with two of his escorts, and came up within a
very short distance, when Capt. Mason drew
'his revolver. The Mexican lien in Spanish
-saluted "Good morning." The Capt. res-
ponded. The Mexican then said, "You
-seem to be very curious: suppose you come
a little closer." -No I thank you, sir: I
*can see very well from where I am." "Walk
inside, sir; we will endeavor to treat you
;as well as the accommodations of the camp
will enable us." "I am much obliged to
_yaou. sir-f. vaf.Q -urn k jr jdos, [int p I eC-, n--|-r
taking of your hospitalities on some future
occasion." And, holding his spy glass to
his eye, he continued, "1I only want at the
present to see how you are situated, I can
see two guns in embrasure, one in barbe,
and I think you have one in embrasure a
little further to the left. That gun I see
your men loading I do not think you will be
able to bring to bear on me, as I will keep
you between it and myself;" and, moving
round a little. to the right, he continued his
'observations. One ofthe escort then spoke
*in English and said, You d-d rascal, you
know better than to come in here. If I was
'1o get hold of you, I'd cut your d-d
'throat." Capt. Mason then said to the offi-
*cer: That fellow of yours speaks very
*good English, but he makes very bad use
-of it, and his scurrility is in striking contrast
'with your own respectful language. If we
'had him in our camp, we would teach him
to be more respectful." The Mexican offi-
cer then rode off to one side. Ca-pt. Mason,
"who had been making his observations dur-
ing the whole time of the conversation, said
'to the officer, I have no desire at present
*to be brought within the range of'your guns
-and having learned all I want to know about
'your position, I will 5id you good morning,
sir;" and then returned to where he had
qeft his escort, which until then had been
unseen by the M~exiean, who rode back to
'the fort, apparently much mortified and dis-
**appo~inted that he had not been able to decoy
'the captain into the trap that had been set
for him.
MANUFACTURES.
A PoUNrD of Geogia cotton, which is now
worth only eight cents to the grower, can
I~e trausformed into cloth worth forty cents.
In adding 400 per cent. to its value, the
manufacturer will pay one-half of the gain,
equivalent to 24 cents, for the raw material,
(to agriculturist for grain, meat, baiter,
*cheese, vegetables, wool and cotton for


,clothing, to be consumed by those that fabri-
,cate the cloth and their dependents. On a
.fair average, it will be found that three-fifths
,of all that the people of Georgia pay for
,cotton, wolleo, iron, and leather goods im-
vported from abroad, goes to the farmers of
,other States, or nations. Whoever heard a
formermer complain that there were too many
tskilful and industrious mechanics in his
neighborhood to consume all that he had to
*sell' and furnish what he had to buy at the
,chepest rate? Why have these producers,
- these mutu-al consumers, 4000 miles apart?
*The depreciation in the price of cotton,
..#sustained bytlhe planters and dealers this
,year in Georgia,-in consequence of their de-
pendence n British markets, would build
twenty o,r thirty large mills for the manufac-
,ture of -this staple at home. We are now
,quite at the mercy of all sorts of speculators
in London and Liverpool, to say nothing of
the contingency of bad harvests, potato rot,
,ASe. This'dependence, which is now worse
'than colonial, is most ruinous to the best
interests of the States.
Chron. and Sent.
Mr" KNmGDoM FOR A HORSE."-The
N. Y. Courier states that somebody in Java
has sent Tom Thumb a.horse weighing
fjiwtNjive pounds only.


APALACHICOLA, THURSDAY, E07. 11, 1847,

(..- The following gentlemen are authorized
Agents for the COITM1EICIAL ADVrRTISEr, and will
receive and receipt for subscriptions, or advertise-
ments:-
NVI. W. CHEEVER, Esq., Albany, Ga.
Major JACK HARDMAN, Eufaula.,Ala.

F'OR PRESIDENT,

ZACHARY TAYLOR.

IHON. GEORGE M. DALLAS.
It may be considered ungenerous on the
part of any one at the South, to hint at the
tnotives which prompted the late manitfesto
of opinions put forth by tlhe Vice-Presi-
dent. We should not look the gift horse
in the mouth," but we cannot but consider
the positions chosen by that gentleman, as
fortunate coincidences, if nothing else, for
the bearing they may have on his political
fortunes.
If we may be allowed to imagine Mr.
Dallas debating in his mind as to the side
he should take in reference to the Wilmot
Proviso, we can readily perceive, that, know-
ing which side of the Potomac ibe greatest
number cf Democratic States !ie-consi-
dering that these States would oppose a
Wilmot Proviso candidate, seeing that a
large number of Democrats ,at the North
were not (disposed to make that measure a
test question-knowing that the West has
but little feeling on the subject, and would
not be deterred from voting for a River and
Harbor Improvement man, because he was
opposed to the Proviso-lhe certainly had
much to expect, and little to fear, by the
position assumed. Did hesupportthe Pro-
viso, he must infallibly loose all hope of Vir-
ginia, S. Carolina, Alabama, Tennessee,
Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, Mississippi,
Georgia and Texas-10 States; and he could
not hope to make up his loss in the North-
ern Whig States. By supporting the River
and Harbor Bill, he might feel sure of Iowa,
Wisconsin, Illinois, Indianna, MNichigan,
and perhaps Ohio. In Pennsylvania and
New York his chances would be lutslightly
impaired, because of his opposition to the
Proviso-and with the patronage of the
General Government in New York, exerted
through the army of office-holders, and with
the same support in Pennsylvania, and that
of the State Government added, he might
hope to overcome the opposition engendered
by his anti-Wilmot Proviso opinions. His
chance to gain the latter States, aided by the
influence of the Government, would be bet-
ter than would be his prospects, should that
influence be used against him, either for
the nomination or at the election.
Thus we may see that Mr. Dallas could
promise himself, by means of the positions
he has assumed, the votes of T0 Southern
States certain-5 Western States, ad pro-
bably New York and Pennsylvan ia. Xdded
to which, if the Northern Whigs run a
Wilmot Proviso candidate, would )e the
Southern Whig Slates of Florida, North
Carolina, Maryland and Kentucky. The
strongest probability exists that the-e will
be no Whig National Convention. If not,
then there will be a Wilmot Proviso ,andi-
date run by the Northern Whigs, and in
such event, George M. Dallas, though! run-
ning as the nominee of a DemocraticCon-
vention, will assuredly receive the 'hig
vote.
The only other matters which, if aken
into consideration, may possibly affect the
calculation we have made, aud would teem
likely to give a different result to the ?res-
idential election, are the nomination ->f an
Anti-WVilmot Proviso Whig by a National
Convention, or the resolve, on the part Jfthe
W'higs North and South, to give their sup-
port to General Taylor. If the Wiimot
.Proviso continues to be agitated, ;nd is
made a test question in the Presidential
contest, we see but little probability tha: the
Whigs of the Union cau act together in se-
lecting a candidate, Outweighed as the
South must be in a National Convention, it
would be folly to go into one. The only
means by which the election of George M.
Dallas, as President of the United States,
can be prevented, so far as we can see--and
so, no doubt, thought that gentleman him-
self--will be the election of General Taylor
by the Whigs, and such portions of the


Democrats as may feel attachment to the
man, and admiration of the line of conduct
be may propose to pursue if elected.

LEGISLATIVE SLIP.
At the last session of the Legislature, a
bill passed the Senate to amend the Charter
of this City. The House passed the bill
with sundry amendments, to a part of which
the Senate refused their assent. The House
afterwards receded from the amendments so
disagreed to, and of course the bill, as ori-
ginally passed by the Senate, with the
amendments agreed to by that body, became
a law. The Senate Committee on Enroll-
ments reported the bill correctly enrolled ;"
yet the rejected amendment is printed with
the rest of the act. The amendment in
question, relates to taxation by the Council,
and gives them power to exceed the limit
named previously in the act, in case the
rate specified should fail to raise a sufficient
amount of revenue to pay the current city
expenses, and the interest on the city debt.
So much for sending men to the Legislature







...-t L 'XfLrrr-rI~czr"r.~ r rrfVr..-i, .'W .. .Yrnr r~- n


WASHINGTON IN 1801.-One can scarce-
ly credit the description of Washington
city, as Mrs. John Adams found it in 1801.
She thus speaks of the city at that period :
"Here and there is a small cot, without
a glass window, interspersed among the
forests, through which you travel for miles
without seeing a human being. The house
is upon a grand and superb scale, requiring
about thirty servants to attend and keep the
apartments in proper order. I could con-
tent myself almost any where for three
months ; but surrounded by forests, can you
believe that wood is not to be had, because
people cannot be found to cut or cart it ?
The house is made habitable, but there is
not a single apartment in it finished. We
have not the least fence, yard or other con-
venience without, and the great unfinished
audience room I make a drying room of, to
hang up clothes in. It is a beautiful spot,
capable of every improvement, and the more
1 view it the more I am delighted with it."
The "great unfinished audience room,"
which Mrs. Adams speaks of, is the famous
East room of the White House.

AHOMAN CURIOSITY.-A strange freak of
nature was shown to us a few days since by
a-gentleman who has in charge of a negro
child, between three and four years of age,
ofthenlale species. It is of the blackest hue
almost, except in the parts which render it a
prodigy. Upon the forehead is a white
spot nearly as large as the palm of the hand,
which runs up on the to lthe head, and which
is covered by a lock of hair, as white and as
soft as the finest carded Wool. The eye-
brows are also white. The arms above the
elbows are nearly entirely while, as are also
the legs above the knees, and the calf of
'each leg. Nearly its entire body likewise
white; and the fair portions of tihfs human
curiosity are as smooth, soft and delicate as
a lady's, and we were told, isas readily burn-
ed by an exposure to the sun. The boy
was born in Johnston County, and his pa-
rents are both real black negroes.
Raleigh Register.

MATRIMONY.-A clerk down east having
one morning in church proclaimed the bands
'of matrimony between a g;il" and her
feller," was followed by the clergyman
reading a 'ymrn of Watts, beginning thus:
"Mistaken souls, who dream of Heaven."
NOT IN HASTE.--A. clergyman in the
north, very homely in his address, chose for
his text a passage in the Psalms-" I sYid
in my haste all men are liars." Ave,"
premised his reverence by way of introduc-
tion, "'ye said it in your haste, David, (lid
ye ? gin you had been here,'ye might hae
said it at your leisure, my man."

"John," inquired a domine of a hopeful
pupil, what is a nailer?'; "A man who
makes nails," said John. Very good.-
What is a tailor?" "O1ne who makes
tails." "Oh, you stupid fellow!" said the
domine, biting his lips. a man who makes
ails!" "'Yes, master,"' returned Johln,
if a tailor did not put tails to the coats he
made, they would be all jackets."

GooD.-A schoolmaster, as a punishment
to one of his pupils for using prone liian-
guage, ordered him to take a pair- of tongs
and watch a hole in the hearth nnti! ihe
c ought a mouse. The boy took tlie tongs,
'id demurely waited for his vieirh. Direct-
ly after, he saw a mouse peepiung bit 6f the
hole. Cautiously l .'in.' a leg (f the tongs
on either side, he grabbed Don Whisker-
andos by the nose, and triumphantly ex-
claimed, By--- I've ot him !"


COMMERCIAL.


COTTON STATEMENT.


Last
year


Stock on hand Sept. 1, 1847.... .578 988
Received past week.............311
previously ....... ....251
Total.......-- 11S0 1652
Exported past week..............108
previously.............. 27
Total.......- 135 983
On hand and on shipboard notcleared 1045 933


-3-- ------ i


PASSENGEl S.
Per steamer Quincy-J C. Allen, J H Demund,
E B Whitmarsh, Dr H Ely, .3 Strover.
Per steamer Southerner-Mrs Snider and 2 chil-
dren, Maj tirooks and family, Mr Whiterst and
family, W.-m Poe. R W Poe, 13 B Burroughs, SM
,Nicker-son, Jno Martin, E Martin, Jas Holmes,
Capt Garrard, Capt Sutton, Messrs Thomas, Finch,
Townsend, Forsyth.
Per steamer Quincy-L H Grizzard, D Baker,
G Roman.
S'Per brig W L Jones, from New York-Miss C
,Leland, Capt H Ashby, Capt J M Shnckleford,
Capt Dona, M B Avery, N C Robbins.. Boldwin.
Per brig Reform, from New York-Mrs Valleau
and 2 children. Miss M Lucas. R G Porter, lady
and ch"'Cd, C H Mother, lady child and servant,
-C H 0onner', lady, child and servant, R May,
lady and child, D N McLean, Dr .J Gorrie, Win
R Ruan, John Adair, J crow, Seth Cleveland, J
Dixon, A Pratt, J Tripp.
RECEIPTS FROM THE INTERIOR.
Per steamer Quincy-7 bales cotton, 5 boxes
tobacco, to B S Hawley.
Per steamer Southerner-115 bales cotton, to
'Wm Foster; 29 do to Htarper & Hohlmes: 88 do to
Maclay & Kimbrouge: 54 do to Wm G Porter &
'Co; 18 do to Sims & Cheever; 29 do to McKuay &
.'Pratt; 1 do to Wylie & McKenzie; 35 sacks corn
cto Wm H 'Hughes.

EXPORTS.


NEW York-Per brig Alabama-108 bales cot-
ton, 75 bxs tobacco, 261 hides, 9 bbls tu.pentine,
24 sacks peas, 12,382 staves.


City Hotel, Tallahassee.
OTIGE.-I have to inform my friends and
N the patrons of this house, that I have leased
it, and that it will hereafter be conducted by
WILLIAM HEMINGWAY, Esq. who has for
many years been connected with the first class
N Hotels at the North, and recently frorn the Ame-
rican Hotel in New York. Beleaving ie will
)eep an excellent house, and spare no exertion or
expense to make his guests comfortable, I recom-
pend the house to my friends and the public.
THOMAS BROWN.
Tallahassee, Nov. 1, 1847. 43-6m.

CITY HOTEL,




TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
IN the management of this Hotel, the under-
Ssigned will use his best exertions to please his
guests. He asks the public for their patronage.
WILLIAM HEMINGWAY.
November 11, 1847, 43-6m.


MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
PORT OF APALACHICOLA ........ Nov. 1.
AE [.,RIVED.
Nov 3--Brig Almeda, HIallock, fin New York,
to Nourse, Stone & Co.
Nov 5-Schr E Caroline, Marr, fim N Orleans.
Nov 6-Schr S & T Parsons, Kirkby, fm New
Orleans.
Nov 8-Bark Reform, Lewis, fmi New York, to
Wm G Porter & Co.
Brig Win L Jones, Tyler, fm New York to A
Dodge.
Nov 9-IBrig Virginia, Collins, fmn New York,
to Harper & Holmes.
Steamer Quincy, Allen, fm Chattahoochtee.
Steamer Southerner, Thompson, fm Columbus.

CLEARED.
Nov 8-B.iig Alabama, Howard, for New York,
by Wrn G Porter & Co.
Nov 10-Bark Z Ring, Livermore, for St
Marks, by Wmin G Porter & Co.
LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT.
BARQTJES.
Reform, Lewis. 322 tons, discharging-Wm G
Porter & Co.
BRIGS.
Almeda, Halloek, 191 tons, waiting-Nourse,
Stone & Co.
Wm L Jones, 220 tons, for New York, with dis-
patch-A Dodge.
Virginia, Collins, 349 tons, waiting-Harper &
Holmes.


i;iard lUaNHOTEL,
Billiard Saloon,


AND
RES TAITIIAANT.
_n THE public are respectfully informed
-- .i tl, t the above establishment h'as been
r --.." .-i 'ely refitted, and is now open for the
reception of permanent and transient Boarders,
and thle subscribers hope by strict atlenton to the
business of their house to be second to none in
rendering their guests comfortable. Their table
will be supplied at all times with every delicacy
the market affO)rds. Planters and Captains of
vessels will find this a very convenient house.
Game, Oysters, &c. served up at all hours and
in the best style. The Bar will be well stocked
with the choicest Wines, Liquors and Segars.
Attached to the establishment is a Billiard Sa-
loon, spacious and well lit up.
Grateful for past favors, the subscribers hope
that their friends and the public will continue to
sustain them.


JAMES GIBSON & CO.


November 11, 1817. 43-tf.
J. SP NCE,
WATCH AND CLOCK MAKER,
-, .----.. Second Story Baltzell's Buildings,
-._:.._. -- (Entrancem on Chestnut-st )
A PALACHICOLA, FA.
N B. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry carefully
repaired. October 21, 1847.


PEOCLABATIwON.


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-5 T : ,,E Thanks and praise are due from
v ii t- g>.. people of the State of Florida to
1he Autlhor of AllGood for the health, prosperity
and other blessings which we, as a people, have
been perrnmilted to enjoy during the current vear:
T'Fherefore it is proclaimed that TIHURSDAY,
the 25th Noverember next, be set apart to be ob-
served throughout the State as a day of Thanks-
giving and praise to Almighty God.
Given u-:dir my hand and the great seal
[S EAL.] of the Slile, at the Capitol, this 15th
October, 1847.


October 16, 1847.


W. D. MOSELY.


40


Edward IcCVSiy,
GPROCER AND COMMISSION M EIRCIIANT,
No. 50 Water street.
NovI 1 Apalachicola, Fa.


Jas. F. rar'or 9
GENERAL RECEIVING, FORWARDING &
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 50 Water street.
Nov 11 Apalachicola, Fla.
READY MADE C1,OT1I1NG
On CoDsig-nnlent.
TUST received, and now opening at No. 38
,) Water street, up-stairs, direct from the Man-
ufactory, a large and well assorted Stock of
h'eady Made Clotfing,
which will be sold here at J.A'w York prices,for
Cash. Merchants and dealers are invited to call
and examine the stock. Additional invoices will
be received monthly during the season.
JNO. S. HUTCHINSON,
Nov 11. Agent for Manutactory.


Burglary.
T HE shop of tibe subscriber was broken into
some nights since, and a quantity of clothing
ready made and partly worn-and some cloths,
tailor trimmings, and unmade garments, stolen
therefrom. One of the coats, was a plaid tweed.
A liberal reward will be paid for the recovery
of the articc.es, or fbor any information, that will
lead to the detection of the theif.
JOHN CAIGH.
N.B. All persons indebted to me are requested
to pay up and save cost. J. C.
Apalachicola, Nov. 11, 1847. 43-tf.
Groceries, &c.
JUST received from New York, per brig Alaba-
ma, a general assortment of Groceries, &c.
consisting in part as follows, viz :
Crushed Sugar, "a fine article,"
Pickles, assorted, Lemon Svyrun,
Cog. Brandy, a super, article,"
Corn. do.
Holland Gin, of the best quality,
Northern Gin, Peach Brandy,
St. Croix and Jamaica Rum,
Maderia, Port and Malaga Wines,
Soap, Candles and Starch,
N. 0. Rectified Whiskey,
Brown N. 0. Muscovado and St. Croix Sugar,
Bacon Sides, &c. &c.
All of which will be sold low by
E. McCULLY,
Nov 11 50 Waiter st.
Drugs, Medicsnies & Clienmicais.
FRESH supply of Drugs, Medicines and
Chemicals, now landing from bark Reform,
and for sale by
Nov 11 __ J. C. ALLEN.
Townsend's Sarsaparilla,
UST received by
Nov 11 J. C. ALLEN.
Old Reserve Whiskley,
F Smith's Eagle Brand, for sale by
E. McCULLY,
Nov 11 50 Water st.
Genesee Flour, Goshen Butter,
ND a superior article of CHEESE, for sale
by E. MeCULLY,
Nov 11 50 Water st.
Bagging and Rope,
OR sale by E. McCULLY,
Nov 11 50 Wtter st.


For New York.
-r THE regular packet brig WM. L.
;i '" \,_,-,ES, Tyler, master, will have dis-
S. ,.-i for the above pert. For freight
or passage, apply to A. DODGE,
Nov 11 40 Water st.
Thos. C. Utiderwood,

(Late of A thens, Georgia,)
RESPECTFILLY offers his ser-
S vices to the citizens of Apalachi-
cola, and the county of Franklin
r generally, in the line of his pro-
/r, r) t session. Having monthly com-
|.\ I munication with the principal
S Northern cities, hie will be enabled
S to l furnish his patrons at all times
= with the NEWEST AND LATEST
-.. .- PLATES OF FASHION, receivIed
mont'.1 '".'-".... .",, at a view the most F'ashionable
Styles ,I--, ... -which will be a decided advan-
tage to a fashionable community.
N. B. Genillemnens' Morning Gowns and Eve-
ning Wrappers made to order; Cloaks of every
description made in the usual forms of the day ;
Walking and Riding Gaitors made in a superior
manner; Tunic Dresses and Boys' Clothes of
every description made in a neat andm fashionable
style. All garments made at this establishment
warranted to fit.
82- Shop, Second Story Baltzell's Buildings.
Entrance on Chestnut street.
October 14, 1817. 39-6m
,q3 A plate of Fall and Winter Fashions just
received.
IT. S. MAIL LINE
For Apalacllifcolm, Fa.,
WILL leave Eufaula every
--- --. Wednesday at I o'clock, P.
v *-r .. .-= .:_v via Wood's Store, Ab-
i-- ...... evll-| j Columbia, Wood-
ville and Ii 1... connecting with the
U. S. l'ail Boat Quiglcy
Sat Chattahoochee. This line will
I i-., .^ 1' 1.: the APALACHICOLA MER-
--__'' -'--" -:' mi :'TS the opportunity of trans-
acring business in all the principal
towns between Eufaula and Apalachicola.
For seats, apply to
W. S. TAYLOR, Eufaula.
JOHN TURNER, Abbeville.
A1 L. CAVERT, Columbia.
NELSON HAWLEY, Chiattahoochee.
BENJ. G. ALDERMAN, Proprietor,
Nov. 4, 18,17. 42tf Marianna, Fa.
A-,:....n c (a.I. ExeSang-e.
n__ THE subscriber informs his friends
S- ',i and the public in general, that lie has be-
..._, come the Proprietor of this above well
known house, and will be pleased- to entertain
any of the travelling community that may flavor
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, Nay. 14, 1816.

To Let.
", THE second floor of store No. 50,
'. ;;; water street. Apply on the promises.
,,t BE. MeCULLY.
October 28, 1847.


S COTCH and Macaboy, just received, and for
sale by
Nov 111 F. ABELL.


Seeds.
F RESH Garden Seeds, just received, and for
sale by
Nov 11 H. F. ABELL.


Bisasrdwareo
T RACE CHAINS, Spades, Locks, assorted,
Wagon and Cart Boxes, D'awing Knives and
Irons, &c. &c. for sale low by
Nov 11 E. McCULLY, 50 Water st.
B2Ls-i3B v-4;.. and** a Onitouis.
A FINE article tor sale bv
Nov 11 E. iVIcCULLY, 50 Water st.
Fresa G-arieB Seeds.
A LAGE assortment of Fresh Seed, just rec'id,
A and for sale by
Nov 11 J. C. ALLEN.
,-cehOOa 71,,; (;; .:.
CHTOOL BOOKS, ot all kinds, just rec'd by
S Nov 11 J. C. ALLEN.
ff'oege-, W:;.-::.'.:-y, &e.
C), BLS. llIinois Suipt-rfine Flour,
.'J/20 bbls Rectified Whiskey,
2 ihds Bacon Sids,
2 N. 0. Sugar,
20 sacks Coffee,
10 half bbls Butter Crackers, just received
from New Orleans, and for sale by -
Nov 11 E McCULLY, 50 Water st.
Vineggar.
A FEW bbls pure Cider Vinegar, for sale low
by E. McCULLY,
Nov 11 50 Water st.
Inuk.
LACK and Red Ink, also Cotton Marking do.
just received and for sale by
Nov 11 H. F. ABELL.
CastiHe Soap,
lUST received, and lfor sale by
J Nov I 11 i. F. ABELL.


Candies.
A FEW boxes of Stewart's Refined Candies,
for sale by E. McCULLY,
Nov 11 50 Water st.


Horse amd Dray,
FOR sale chlieap. Apply to
Nov 11 E. McCULLY, 50 Water st.
Swayne's Syrp of Wild Claerry,
UST received and for sale by
Oct 28 J. C. ALLEN.
Quinianc, Snup~3aate and lilairiate,
Es-g'-';,- Caloxcaie, &c.
UST received and tfor sale by
SOct 28 J. C. ALLEN.

Net and Twine Malnuiafacturinag
Company,
12 COMMERCIAL-STREET,
(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, 'Panned and Untanned, Flax
Herring Twine, Hawser and Shroud-laid Mack-
erel Lines; Herring, Pohagan Shad. Bass, and
Dip Nets. Government Seines with Bfags; Cod,
Herring, Mackerel, Shad, and Menhaden Seines,
&c.
JV. B. Nets and Seines knit to order at short
notice. B. ELLISON & Co., Agents,
October 14, 1847. 39tf Apalachicola.
"SET 'EI UUP."
Atheiseuni Bowflan- Saloon.
r HE subscriber begs leave to announce to his
Friends and the public generally, that he has
becomesole proprietor of the above establishment,
and hopes by proper management and strict at-
tention, to merit a continuance of the patronage
heretofore so liberally bestowed upon the House.
All persons indebted to the above establish-
ment, will confer a favor by settling with the sub-
scriber. JOHN B. JONES.
Apalachicola, April 9, 1847. 13-tf


Tax Collector's Sale.
3Y virtue of the authority in ne -vested by law,
f will expose to sale, b)efbre tile Courti liousi
)Door, in the City of Apalachicola, on AIondty tho
8thi dlay of May, 15I' between the hoursot I t
A. M. and fout' '. .M. the following real estate
situated in the City of Apalachicola, (assessed as
the property, of Liewis Curliis and Joseph Dela.
field Trustees of the Apalachicola Land Comn-
pany,) or so much tliereot as will pay the Taxes
for'S 1817, assessed, thereon, and in arrears unpaid
to thle State of Florida, and the County of Frank-
lin, together with tlie cost of advertisermetnt and
sale, and which said real estate is described as
follows, in the Map of said City, viz.
Block A, range 1, lots nos. 1 to 1/1, inclusive
unimproved; block A, range 2, lots nos. 1, 3, 6
9, 11, 13, 141, unimproved; block A, range 2:
lots nos. 2, 4, 5,10, 12, improved; block B, range
1, lots nos. 3, 10, 9, 16, 17, unimproved ; block
B13, range 2, lots nos. 13, 14, unimproved; block
B, ranne 2, lots nos.2, 3, 1, 5, 6, 11, 12, irnprov-
ed; block C, range 1, lotsnos. 3, 4, 15, P,3,. nim-
pioved; block C, range 2, lots nros. 9, 10, 11, 12.
13, unimproved ; block C, range 2, lots nos. 1,
2, 4, 5, 15, improved; block D, range 2, lots nos.
3, 7, 8, 9, unimproved; block D, range '2, lois
nos. 1, 2, 5, improved : block E, range i, lots nos.
3, 4, 5, 16, 17,118, improved; block E, range 2,
lots nos. 7,8, 13, 11, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, unim-
proved; block E, iange 2, lot no. 4, improved
block F, range 2, 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 H1, range
2, lots n's. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14,
15, 16, 17, unimproved; block J, range I, lots
nos. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,7,8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 1.1, 15,
16, 17, 18, 19, unimproved; block J, range 2.
lots nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8S, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13,1 1.
15, 16, 17. 18, 19, 20, unimproved; block K,
range 1, lols nos. 1. 2, 3, 4,5, 6, 7, 8, 9,10, 1.,
12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, IS, 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, 1S, 19, 20, unim-
proved ; block L, lots nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,
9, 10, 11, 12,13, 14, 15, 1(6,17, 18, 19, 20, unim-
proved; block M, lots nos. 1, 2, 3, 1, 5, 6, 7. 8,
9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15,16, 17, 1S, 19 20, unim-
proved; block N, lots nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6(, 7, 9,
10, 11, 12, 13, 1-1, 15, 16 [17, 18, 19, 20, unim-
proved ; block 0, 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 P, lets nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,
9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14,15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, unim-
proved; block Q, lots nos. 1, 2, 3, 4,5, 6(3, 7, 8,
9, 10, 11,12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, unim-
proved ; 1ick 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, un-
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 nos.
2, 3, 4, improved ; block 7, lots nos. 1, 2,3, 9, 10,
unimproved ; block 7, lots nos. 6, 7, G, improved
block 8, lots no-. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, ut improved ;
block 9, lots nos. 1, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, unimproved;
block 10, lots nos. 3, 8, inimprovod ; 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. 4, improved b; hiock 19, lots nos. 1 to 10, in-
elusive, unimproved; block 20, lots nos. 3 to 10,
inclusive, unimproved ; block 21, lot no. 5, ito-
proved ; block 21, lots nos. 1 to 4 and 6 to 10, inclu-
sive, unimproved; block $2, lots nos. 1, 3, uinim-
proved; block 23, lots nos. 6, 7, 8, 9, unimpl)roved ;
block!'24, lots nos. 1,2,3,6, 7,8,9, 10,unimnprov'd;
block 25, lots nos. 3, 4, 5, 6, mnimiproved ; block
26, lots nos. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, unimproved; bl[,ck
27, lots nos. 1 to 10, inclusive, unimmproved ; block
28, lots nos. 5, 6, 7, 8, 10. urnimprcved : bock
29, lots nos. 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, unimproved;
block 30, lot no. 8, uniimproved; block 31, lots
nos. 5, 8, 9, 10, unimproved; block 32, lots nos.
1, 2. 3, 6(3, 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. I,
6, 7, 8, 9, 10, unimproved ; block 36, lots nos. 2
to 10, iucln ive, unimproved; block 37, lots nos.
4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. unimproved; block 38, lots
nos. 2 to 9, inclusive,munimproved ; block 39, lots
nos. 1 to 10, inclusive, unimproved ; block 40,
lots nos. 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 0, 10, unimproved;
block 41 and 42, lots nos. 1 to 10, inclusive, each
block, unimproved ; block 413, lots nos. 1,2, 3, 9,
1), unimproved ; block 44, lots nos. 1 to 10, inclu-
sive, unimproved; block .15, lots nos. 1 to 10, in-
clusive, unimproved; :block 4, lots nos. 3, 1, 5,
6, 7, 8, unimproved ; black 47, lots mnos. 1 to 10,
inclusive, unimproved; block 41, lots nos. 1 to
10, inclusive, unimproved; ,block 49, lots nos. 1
to 10, inclusive, unimiproved ; 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, iniclusive, un-
immproved ; block 60, lots tns. 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 umimpi'oved ;
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 unimprovei;
block 76 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 77 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive uiimproved;
block 78 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 81 lots nos 1 to 10 inclutilve unimproved;
block 8-2 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive utimproved ;
block 83 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive utniproved;
block 84 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 85 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 86 lots nos 1 to 8 inclusive unimproved;
block 87 lots nos 1 to 10 incltsive urnimproved;
block 88 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 89 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 90 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive umimproved;
block 91 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 92 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 93 lots tns 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;


block 94 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimanroved;
block 95 lots nos 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 unimproved;
block 96 lot nos 1 2 3 6 7 8 9 10 unimproved;
block 97 lots nos 1 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 nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 101 lots nos 1 to ]0 inclusive unimproved;
block 102 lots nos 1 to J0 inclusive unimproved ;
block 103 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 104 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unnimproved;
block 10.5 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 106 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 107 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 103 lots nos 1 to ]0 inclusive unimproved
block 109 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 110 lots noss to 10 inclusive improved
block 111 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
blocck 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
block 117 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 118 lSots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 119 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 120 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 121 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved:
block 122 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 123 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
blocK 124 Iots nos 1 to 10 inclusive muiTmproved
block 125 lots nosl 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 126 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 127 lots nos I to 10 inclu-ive unimproved
block 128 lota snos 1 to 10 inclnsive unimproved
block 129 lots nos 1 to 10 incl'tsive unimproved
block 130 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 131 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 132 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 133 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved


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block 148 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive immiiproved : York immediately on their arrival by the British
block 149 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive uuimnproved: s'teamers in a beautiful clear type, -on fine white
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block 1fiS lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved third of those oflhe foreign copies, and while they
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block 15 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : All communications should be addressed
block 16 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : (post paid) t('
1)ock 17 lots nosI 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved LEONARD SCOT'T & CO Pullishers,
hi, ok SS lots h nos 26 7 8 9 10 unimproved : block 9 Flo e Y
189 !olots nos 6 7 8 9 10) unimproved : block 19D lots 79 Fulton St New York.
nos6 7 89 10 unimproved. A NEW OLLA PAPER .
WhIARF LOTS. AP.EUG ItAND PAPYR
100 feet lot No 12; 50 feet foot of Leslie rOLG II AND RE ADY :,
street; 100 feet lot No 10; 10O feet lot No 17; "COME AND TAKE M.E-" ,
100' feet lot No 19 ; 9) feet footlof Centre street; Being the very best and cheapest newspaper'
H0 feet South part of lot No 20 ; 30 feet North the lowest price, namely, i '
part of lot No 22; W90 feet foot of Chestnut st. ON!E DOLLqRI1 YEV,,R,payab1 e, ,'o,,h'ec.'
100 feet of lot No'o25; 90 feet foot of Cherry st. Tis paper is issued every Saturdav, at. 1
Also-All Land lvmng on tlhe West side of the N l" e slsld^^ a"dv t.l(
Aplschic-All Lanl, North and West sidof the City of Nassau street, on a handsome sheet, vith an ele-
Aplclictila y, to thande W western boundaries Cityof gantly engraved title, representing General .Tay-
Apalachicla, to the Western boundaries of lotr on horseback at the
Franklin Cin:y; also, St. Vincent's Island, St. ..
Geoige's Island, and Dog Islanid, (exclusive of BATTLE OF BUENA VVISTA. ....:-
that portion of St. Georges and Dog Island owned It is also illustrated generally with handsorhe:
by the U. S. Governmentt; also, all Lands lying engravings, representing the battle.scenesl of tlhy
East of the Bay of Apalachicola and bordering war,&c. : .
on St. George's Sound, and running Eeast to the It advocates the claims and supports the nomi-
mouth of New River, from thence in a direct line nation of
to the Chipola Ctut-off; following the Apalachi- GENERAL ZACHARY TAYLOR AS
cola River dawn to its mouth, including [orbe's PIESIDENT.
Island (so called); the whole containing 285,000 It goes for old "Rough and Ready," party' o
acres of third quality ct Land, and 1000 of 2d no party, as by far the very best man ili the
quality, as per returns made by the Assessor of United States to be P1cesident.
State Taxes for Franklin Counly. It presents all the details and incidents of the
JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff; war, as they are received in New York. .
and E'.-O.cio Tax Collector Franklin Co. It is running over with anecdotes, stories, e.x-
Apalachicola, Nov. 4, 1S17. 42-6m. citin' adventures. &.c. It also tellsa all the nw-;


Sfeiriff's Sale.
BY vir-tue of an execution from Franklin Cir-
cult Court, in favor of Thlimas E. Linden-
berger vs. Robert J. Floyd, I have levied on the
equity of redemption 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 will expose for public sale the said equity ot
redemption in said property, at the Court House
in said city, on the fist Monday in December
next, between the usual hours of sale.
JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff:
Oct. 28, 1847. 41 By B. LUcAs, D. S.


State of Florida,
FRANKLIN COUNTY.
TO all persons having demands against the es-
tate of Nathan Seymour, late of said county,
deceased, notice is hereby given that I have ta-
ken from tlie Honorable Court of Probates of said
co, i L, T.!''ersTe.tamocenouay upori mie same, and
that all claims will be barred if not presented
within two years after the date of this advertise-
ment. MILTON N. SCOTT.
Apalachicola, July 21, 18417. 28-2m
M/),0'FAT'S LIFE PILLS AND PHOENIX
l B'I'TERS, just' received and for sale by
Nov 28 H. F. ABELL, Druggist.
Staratoga Water.
UARTS and Pints, fresh, tor sale
S April 17 H. F. ABELL.
Gold Pens.
FEW of Woodward & Brother's superior
Gold Pens, just received and for sale by
October 21. J C. ALLEN.
Paintfs, Oils, Xvindow Glass, &c.
JUSTIT received per brig Gen. Wilson, a very
Extensive assortment of White Lead, Paris
Green, Virdhigris, Varnishes of every description,
also a large-lot of Paint Brushes, all sizes, for sale
by [Oct21] J. C. ALLEN.
E[DLITZ, Yeast and Soda Powders of the
S best quality, for sale by
July 17 J. C ALLEN.
Bay Hum,
O F the finest quality, just received, and for
S sale by [Oct 28] J. C. ALLEN.
RUSE and Lavander Water, for sale by
S July 17 J. C. ALLEN.


Dry Goods.
DNRILLINGS, Tickings, Cotton Osnaburgs,
1 Linseys, Kerseys, Jeans, Flannels, Blan-
kets, Tweeds, Shirtings, Sheetings, Checks,
T3ingharns, Calicoes, Delanes, Hosiery, &c. &c.
For sale by B. ELLISON & CO.
Jan -23 23 Water street.
T'russes,
SINGLE and double, for sale by
July 17 J. C. ALLEN.
DR. L. FEUICHTWANGEER'S
nat, MHouse & Cockroaclh Poison.
T"- iS very efficacious remedy for extermina-
ting immediately, if a proper application be
made, of all of the above named annoyances. His
Flea and Mosquito Poison has attained a very ex-
tensive celebrity for its invariable destructive pro-
perties to that order of insects. For sale by
August 14 J. C. ALLEN, Druggist.
Carpenter's Extract of Buchu.
W ARRANTED genuine, for sale by
July 17 J.C. ALLEN.
ALAD OIL, just receivedand for sale- by
S Apr 1 17 1i. F. AB3ELL
For ae,
1 O 1 HHDS. choice N 0 Sugar;
it) 50 bbls Flour, by
Feb 2 NOURSE, STONE & CO.
TfSTAR'S and Swavne's Balsam of Wild
V V Cherry, just received and for sale by
Nov 28 J.C. ALLEN.
Sarsaparilla Syrup.
UST received, and for sale by
June 12 H. F. ABELL.
,/OFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND PHOENIX
MvJ BITTERS, just received and for sale by
Nov 21 J. C. ALLEN.
H ATS and Caps by the case low for cash by
A- B. ELLISON & CO.
Blalnk Books andl Stationery.
EDGERS, Journals, Day Books, &c.
L 50 reams Foolscap and Letter Paper;
Cotton Memorandum Books;
Ship and River Bills Lading;
Boooks for Letter Press.
Blank Bills of Exchange and Checks,
Ju4st received and for sale by
March 1. H. F. ABELL.
SHIEETINGS, Shirtings and Prints, by the
K bale and case, low for cash, by
B. ELLISON & CO.
Jan 23. 24 Water street.


of the week, both foreign and domestic. IT'IS
A GREAT PAPER in all respects, both for city
and country subscribers.
It is expected to have the largest circulation of
any paper in the Union. Every man friendlyto
the election of General Taylor will subscribie for
it. It will be sold by thousands all over the
country. Every Postmaster who expects to be
reappointed, will act as agent and propure suib
subscribers.
The fact is, THE RouGIJ AND READY" will
be the recognized organ of the friends of General
Taylor, who are in favor of his baing nomihated
and '
ELECTED BY THE PEOPLE.
Let every well-wisher of the country sExq
HIS DOLLAR worthwith to
WILKINSON & Co., Publishers,..,
1163 Nassau-street, New-York..
Price 3 cents, single; a large profit allowed to
agents, who buy in quantities.
For the purpose ofL facilitating 1he format-ior
of Clubs in all parts of the United States, tOw
Rough and Beady will be furnished, in numbers
to one address, post-paid and in advance,- as fol-
lows :
Twelve copies for one year, (84 ets. each) $10 00
Twenty-five (80 ets. each) 20 00
Fifty copies (70 cts. each) 95 OQ
One hundred (60 ct,. each) 60 00


Oil Cloths and Carpets.
1 PCS Oil Cloth, 1 and 2 yards wide;
S 3 pcs super Ingrain Carpeting; ..
3 Cotton '
2- Stair '
For sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO.': :
Dec 5 41 Water street.


C OLD Pressed Castor Oil and Saratoga:WkterJ
just received and for sale by ..-.
April 10 H. F. ABELL.-


Bailey's Tonic fixture. -,.
T HEIIS is a valuable compound fluid extract 9f
Cinchona and Rubra, a vegetable febrifuge
for the cure of Fever and Ague. Sold by ..
June 12 H. F. ANrELL.-
1Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry.
1 0DOZEN,just received and for sale by "'
SApril 10 H. F. ABELD.,ts


Hops, ...
F RESH Fall Crop, for sale bv
April 17 H. F. ABELL'.
Q UININE, Camphor and Piperine, !ust re-
ceived and for sale by '
April 17 -.' H. F. ABELL.'-


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


JP>."i'i;'lt". Mol asses. I
N tierces and barrels, for sale oy ..
B. ELLISON & CO. ;.
Feb 20 24 Water street.


WiBnTdow Glass. .
A LARGE lot, of assorted sizes, just receive
and for sale by
June 12 H. F. ABELL.
Extract Sarsaparlla. .,
B ULL'S & SANDS', for sale by the dozen tor
single bottle, by
July 17 J. C ALLEN.
Bull's and Sand's '
S A RSAPARILLA, just received, for sale by-,
June 12. H. F. ABELL.-
REAM TARTAR and Tamarinds, juis- IVe-
C ceived and for sale by -:'
April 17 I1. F. ABELL.'-
Coi1gress Water., .
N pints and quarts,just received for sale.by
SJuie 12 H.F.'ABELL.'I


S Panacea. ,
H-IOUCK and SWAIM'S Panacea just received
and for sale by -
June 12 H. F. ABELL:--


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


June 12II. F. ABELL.


Hoarhound Candy.. .. ;
PE.',-ET.S Clarified Essence of Hoarhound
Candy, just received and for sale by '.I :."
June 2 H. F. AB LL.;


Lamp Oil
O F the best quality, for summer use, for sale:
by ,; [july17] J. C. ALLEN.:'
Lanp Oil. "
WINTER strained, a splendid article, for sale
by [jan30] J C ALLE'N..'


S IJLPHATE and MURIATE of QUININE
for sale by ';
July 17 J: C. ALLEN!'


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PROSPECTUS
OF THE

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


July 31, 1847.


BENJ. G. LIDDON & CO.


TO THE PUBLIC.
THE HOME JOURNAL.
EDITED BY MORRIS&WILLIS.
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, IN THE CITY OF
NEW-YORK,
JAt Two Dollars per annum.

IN November last, we commenced the publica-
tion of this family newspaper on a' new and novel
plan. No similar work, intended to contain the
PICK ofthe news, elegancies, opinions and litera-
ture of our time, to cULL from the wilderness'of
the hour's ever flowering caprice, and to RESCUE
the good things else lost in the bewildering float-
age of novelties adrift, had been previously at-
tempted by others.
That we have labored successfully in our voca-
tion and produced a paper remarkable for its inte-
rest, value and popularity, and one adapted to
the wants of ALL CLASSES o SOCIETY, we have
sufficient evidence in our extensive and rapidly
increasing circulation, in the universal commen-
dation of the public press, and, above all, in the
flattering encouragement and cordial approbation
,of our numerous LADY. READERS, in every;
-section of the country.
The scope, design and character of the HOME
.JOURNAL differ from those of any newspaper
heretofore established. The contents are fitted
'to engage the attention of the man of business,
and be a source of elegant instruction and enter-
tainment to the domestic fireside and family cir-
cle, and it combines the striking and novel attrac-
tions of the newspaper with 'the more abiding in-
terests of the higher class of periodicals. It is
printed in the folio form, on large and superior
paper, on a new clear type, obtained expressly
for the purpose; and is, in its whole arrangement
and details, a most favorable specimen of the best
typographical skill of the country. In addition
to these, and as one of its most valuable peculiar-
ties, it is, in reference to the diversity of talent
employed upon it, the cheapest paper in the
United States.
ds all the back numbers of the work are en-
tirely exhausted, we have this day Saturday,
the 21st of August, increased the edition of the
HOME JOURN.AL for the express accommodation
Of NEW SUBSCRIBERS, and we therefore respect-
fully request that all who intend taking the
paper will commence their subscriptions with the
present number.
Terms-Two Dollars a year, or three copies
for five dollars, invaribly in advance.
The HOME JOURNAL is sent by mail to all
parts of the United States, the British Provinces
and to Europe, done up in strong wrappers,
with the utmost punctuality and despatch.
Subscriptions, orders, remittaces, and all com-
munications, must be addressed (post paid) to the
Editors, GEO. P. MORRIS,
N. P. WILLIS,
August 21, 1847., 107 Fulton-street.


THE NEW-YORK
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN.

Third Year.
This popular Scientific and Mechanical Jour-
nal, (which has already attained the largest cir-
culation of any weekly paper of the kind in the
world,) will commence its THIRD VOLUME
on Saturday, Sept. 25th,
Each number of The Scientific American con-
tains from FIVE to SEVEN ORIGINAL ME-
CHANICAL ENGRAVINGS; a catalogue of
AMERICAN PATENTS, as issued from the
Patent Office each week; notices of the progress
of all new MECHANICAL and SCIENTIFIC
inventions; instructions in the various ARTS
and TRADES, with ENGRAVINGS;; curious
PHILOSOPHICAL and CHEMICAL experi-
ments; the latest RAIL ROAD INTELLI-
GENCE IN EUROPE AND AMERICA; all
the different MECHANICAL MOVEMENTS
published in a series, and ILLUSTRATED with
more than A HUNDRED ENGRAVINGS, &c.


&c.
It is in fact a paper that MERITS the patro-
nage of all MECHANICS and MANUFAC-
TURERS throughout the UNITED STATES,
'and should be in the hands of EVERY ONE
that feels an interest in the advancement of
Mechanical or Scientific improvements in this
Country.
It is published in QUARTO FORM, conve-
niently adapted to BINDING, and furnished to
Country Subscribers at the LOW PRICE ot
TWO DOLLARS A YEAR-ONE DOLLAR
IN ADVANCE, and the remainder in Six
Months. .Address,
MUNN & GO., Publishers,
128 Fulton-street, New-York.
POST PAID.
B. Ellison & Co., 24 Water street.
SHIP CHANDLERY.
M" ANILLA and Hemp Cordage of all sizes,
Hambroline, Wormline, Marline, Spun-
yarn, Oakum, Sperm Oil, Fall do, Whale do, Olive
do, Linseed do, Raw do, Boiled do, Spirits Tur-
Sentine, Paints, Window Glass, Putty, White
ead, Red do, Yellow Ochre, Chrome Green,
Emerald do, Imperial do, Chrome Yellow, Ver-
digris, Litharage, Sulphur, Bright Varnish, Copal
tdo, Tar, Rosin, Pitch, Turpentine, Coal, Paint
Brushes, Varnish do, Tar do, Scrub do, Clamp do,
Lamp Black, Chalk, Whiting, Russia Duck, Eng-
lish do, Cotton do, Heavy Ravens do, Light do,
White. Blue and Red Bunting, Nails, Copper do,
do Tacks, Ship Spikes, Boat do, Brads, Screws,
Jack Screws, Anchors, Handspikes, Capstain
Bars, Oars, Blocks, Shives, Jib Hanks, Hand
Pumps, Deck Buckets, Cedar do, Deck Brooms,
Corn do, Caulking Mallets, Sarving do, Axes, Axe
Shelves, Hooks and Thimbles, Box Hooks, Bale do,
Can do. Cotton do, Boat do, Fish do, Caulking
Irons, Making Irons, Marline Spikes, Ship Scra-
pers, Bung Dippers, Cook's Ladles, Tormentors,
Dividers, Compasses, Sail Needles, Sail Twine,
Seine do, Sewing do, Palms, Rigging Leather,
-Pump do, Shovels, Hammers, Hatchets, Chisels,
Augurs, Planes, Handsaws, Gimblets, Handsaw
Files, Rat Tail do, Iron Squares, Cupboard Locks,
Stock do, Hooks and Staples, Hinges, Padlocks,
Wood Saws, Pendant Haulyards, Hand Lines,
Deep Sea do, Log do, Fish do, Hand Leads, Deep
Sea do, Sheet do, Bar do, Funnels, Lanthorns,
Chalk Lines, Pitch Pots, Log Books, Cargo do,
Belaying Pins, Tin Ware, Crockery, Carpenter's
Tools, Sampson Posts, &c., &c.
Apalachicola, Jan. 23. 1817.


rminf.tratorv' Notice.

NOTICE-Six months after date, I will apply
to the Hqn. Judge of Piobates for Franklin
County, for a final discharge from the Adminis-
tration of the estate of Donald Campbell, late of
said county, deceased.
JANET WILLIAMS, Adm'x.
Apalachicola, June 5, 1847. 21-6m


STATE OF FLORIDA.
Calhoun County.
K NOW YE, that it is hereby ordered, that
Luke Lott, Executor on the Estate of Mary
Thomas, late of said county, deceased, is hereby
authorised to sell the following Real Estate of
the said deceased:-
N E I of section 22, 'the S E X of section 22,
the S W I of section 14, the S E 4 of section 26,
the N E j ot section 14, all of Township 1, Range
8, North and West; and the S E I of section 25
in Township 2, of Range 8, North and West.
The above Lands to be sold for the benefit of
the legatees, and creditors, of said deceased.
Given under my hand and private seal, there
being no seal of office, ,this 6thday 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 Naills, on Monday the fifteenth day of No-
vember next. Terms of sale, one-third cash, the
balance in one and two years. Persons wishing
to buy Lands in Florida, will do well to embrace
this opportunity, as the above Lands comprise
some of as good, if not the best, in the State, and
most suitably adapted to the cultivation of Sea
Island Cotton, and Spanish or Segar Tobacco.
LUKE LOTT,
Executor of Mary Thomas, dec'd.
Calhoutin County, Sept. 6, 1847. 37-2m


IN CHANCERY.
Franklin Circuit Court.
Thomas Orman,
vs.
William B. Finch.
IT being made to appear by affidavit, that the
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 publication of
this order for four months in some newspaper
printed in the City of Apalachicola, requiring
him to appear and answer said bill,'otherwise it
will be taken pro confesso.
At Chambers, Sept. 20, 1847.
GEORGE S. HAWKINS,
A True Copy. Judge, &c.
W. VALLEAU, Clerk..
October 28, 1847. 41-4m


Calhoun Circuit Court.
Israel Moses, ) Petition for Foreclosure of
vs. Mortgage on a Negro Male
Ebenezer Hoyt. *) Slave Daniel.
E BENEZER HOYT, William G. M. Davis,
and all persons interested in the Equity of
Redemption of a certain negro male slave Daniel,
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 Pl'ffi
September 23, 1847. 37-3m


WALTON CIRCUIT COURT.
In Chancery.
Cornelius Grantham, )
vs. Petition for Divorce.
Fatha Grantham. )
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court,
Sby 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 news-
paper in the Western Circuit of this State for the
space of three months.,
GEG. S. HAWKINS, Judge W. D.
Uchee Anna, Aug. 21, 1847. 32-3m


Dry Goods.
T HE subscribers offer for sale a large and sea-
sonable stock of Dry Goods, consisting in
part of
Negro Kerseys and Linseys,
White and Red Flannels,
Plain and Fancy Jeans,
Double twilled Tweeds,
Super fancy Casameres,
Super English and French Cloths,
Whitney Blankets, 10, 11 and 12 qrs.j
Duffil Blankets, 8, 9 and 10 qrs.
Denims, Kremlins and Cottonades,
SBrown Shirting and Sheeting,
Cotton Osnaburgs,
Cotton Drilling and Ticking, l
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 super Muslinri de Laine,
English, Scotch and American do.
Super Italian black and figured Silks,
Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs,
Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs,
English and American Cotton Hflkfs,
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 retail on favorable
terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Dec. 5, 1846. 41 Water street.


Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry.
1 ) DOZEN, just received and for sale by
1., April 10 H. F. ABELL.


Hops,
FRESH Fall Crop, for sale by
April 17 H F. ABELL.


QUININE, Camphor and Piperine, !ust re-
ceived and for sale by
April 17 H. F. ABELL.


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


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


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


Extract Sarsaparlla.
B ULL'S & SANDS', for sale by the dozen or
single bottle, by
July 17 J. C ALLEN.


IN TIlE WESTERN CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA.
IN Franklin Circuit Court.
IN CHANCERY.
Arabella E. Hepburn, widow of'
Burton Hepburn, deceased,
Complainant.
vs.
Joseph L. Hepburn, George 0.
Hepburn, Annie E. Hepburn
and Caroline B. Hepburn,
heirs at law of Burton Hep-
burn, deceased; Daniel K.
Dodge; the heirs of John
Peabody, dec'd, whose trus-
,tee is Daniel McDougald; }Bill for Dower.
John WV. Campbell; Hudson
A. Thornton; Nathaniel W.
Thornton; Hines Holt; Sea-
born Jones, John H. Howard
and Edward Cary, trustees of
*James P. Calhoun & Charles
L. Bass, composing the late
firm of Calhoun & Bass;
William Howland; William
Sloan; Duncan McDou-
gald; Mordicai Myers, as-
'signee of George W. Ross,
a bankrupt; Daniel McDou-
gald; Joseph & Lawrence
O'B. Branch; William H.
Brockenbcough and the Bank
-of Pensacola,
Defendants.


I I appearing to the satisfaction ot me 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. Hepburn resides in the State of Texas;
the said George 0. Hepburn in the State of Mis-
souri; the said Annie E. Hepburn, and Caroline
B. Hepburn, and the said William Howland,
each in the State of New York ; the heirs ot
John Peabody, deceased, and Daniel McDougald
their trustees; the said Hines Holt and Seaborn
Jones, John H. Howard and Edward Cary, trus-
tees of Calhoun & Bass; Mordicai Myers, as-
signee of George W. Ross, a bankrupt, and Dan-
iel McDougald, each reside in the State of Geor-
gia; the said John W. Campbell, Hudson A.
Thornton, Nathaniel M. Thornton and Duncan
McDougald, each reside in the State of Alabama;
the said Joseph Branch and Lawrence O'B.
Branch and William H, Brockenbrough, each re-
side in the Middle Circuit of Florida: It is there-
fore ordered, that the said Defendants hereinbe-
fore named, and every of them, do appear and
answer the said bill of complaint, otherwise the
same shall be taken pro confesso against them
and each of them in default: Provided, this order
be published in any newspaper printed in this
Circuit once a week for four months from the
date hereof. Dated April 11, 1847.
GEORGE S. HAWKINS,
Judge fo the Western Circuit of Florida.
RANDALL & HAGNER,
Complainant's Solicitors. 20-4m


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
furniture.
N-OTICE is hereby given to all whom it may
Concern, that by virtue of an attachment
warrant of arrest, issued in the above cause, I
have seized and taken the above mentioned Steam
Boat Eufaula, her tackle, apparel and furniture,
to answer to the libel filed therein, for damages
for a collision, in a cause civil and maritime.-
That the said process is returnable before the
District Court of the United States for the North-
ern District of Florida, at the Clerk's office of
said Court, in the city of Apalachicola, on the
third Monday (17th day) of May, instant, at 10
A. M., at which time and place the said cause
is to be heard.
Dated at Apalachicola, this 15th day of May,
in the year 1847. ROBERT MYERS,
U. S. Marshal.
by H. R. TAILOR, D. M.
May 22, 1847. 19-tf


Franklin Circuit Court,
STATE OF FLORIDA.
Charles Barnarnd, Abel'
Adams, George W.
1- Pirnrd. and Charles
Larkin, Merchants, Attachment.
tradingunderthe firm }Sumsworn t.:.r! i'"!;. 90.
of Barnard, Adams Damages 1. -1' ..
& Co."
vs.
John Dill.
THE Defendant and all others interested, will
take notice of the institution of the above
suit by attachment, returnable to the December
Term, 1847, of Franklin Circuit Court, and will
appear and plead thereto, according to law.
CARRAWAY SMITH,
Plaintiff's Attorney.
Apalachicola, April 13, 1847. april17 14-4m


Franklin Circuit Court.
D. K. Dodge,
vs. IN CHANCERY.
James C. Watson, et al.
D. K. Dodge, )
vs. Bill for Partition.
D. McDougald, et. al.S
G EORGE W. ROSS having filed a petition on
T the 22d April, 1846, praying to have a cer-
tain amount of money now in Court, belonging to
defendants, appropriated to the payment of his
fees as the Counsellor and Solicitor of said de-
fendants; and the matter having been referred to
me as Special Master in Chancery to act and re-
port upon the same, after having given 30 days
notice by publication in the papers. It is there-
fore ordered that said George W. Ross, the defen-
dants Watson, McDougald, et. al., and all others
interested, to appear before me in the city of
Apalachicola on the seventh (7th) of April next,
then and there to present or defend their respec-
tive claims, &c.
CARRAWAY SMITH,
Special Master in Chancery.
Apalachicola, March 6, 1847. 8-5t
0- The hearing of the above matter is post-
poned until Friday, the 16th inst.
Apalachicola, April 10, 1847- 13-lt
00- The hearing of the above matter is post-
poned until the 30th June next.
Apalachicola, April 24, 1847. 15-2m
'j- The hearing of the above matter is post-
poned until the 30th of November next.
Apalachicola, July 3, 1847.


Franklin Circuit Court.
Barnard, Adams & Co.,'
vs. In Chancery.
John Dill and Elizabeth In Ch ery.
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


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


FRESH ARRIVAL OF
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils,
Dye-Stufrs, Perfumery, &c.
zya TIIE undersigned returns his thanks
to his friends and the public for their
Sliberai patronage, and begs to inform
S that hlie 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.
Apalachicola, Nov. 21, 1846.
Drugs and Medicines.
THE subscriber has, and will
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 the day or night.
J. C. ALLEN,
March 21 Cor. Centre and Commerce sts.


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

Tarrant's Compound Extract of
Cuaebs and Copavia.
e Stands unrivalled for its
T _:._ efficacy; it performs a cure
.t f ':-' 1in a few days-no confine-
N \'"-' ,- -, Nment or restriction in diet,
/ ."::.* \,.*t\ is necessary. It will be
S, ^.. "^..' ', found invaluable, being pre-
4 dv't l',- pared with the greatest
.['. "t' / possible care, upon well
S '" tested principles, founded
\k 1 Af upon that important law,
r fi st established by the cel-
". -i-.;'.". ebrated Dr. Fordyce, viz:
: that a combination of sim-
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. Fcr sale by
Dec 12 J. C. ALLEN, Druggist.


WINNER'S


CANADIAN VERMIFUGE.
The remedy to which we would call the atten-
tion of the public, is one which has proved sue:
cessl'ul for a long time; and it is universally ac-
knowledged bv all who have tried it, to be FAR
SUPERIOR to any other medicine ever employed
in diseases for which it is recommended. It not
only destroys WORMS AND INVIGORATES
THE WHOLE SYSTEM, but it dissolves and
carries off'the superabundant slime or mucus SO
PREVALENT IN THE STOMACH AND
BOWELS OF CHILDREN, more especially
those in bad health. The mucus forms the bed
or nest in which Worms produce their young,
and byremoving it, it is impossible for worms to
remain in the body. It is harmless in its effects
on the system, and the health of the patient is
always improved by its use, even when no worms
are discovered.
The Canadian Vermifuge is only 25 cents a
bottle and is much more easily administered, than
other.
Prepared only by JOHN WINER & Co., 83
Maiden Lane, New York.
H. F. ABELL, Agent
Jan 9 for Apalachicola.
The Great Canadian Remedy.
WINNER'S PECTORAL SYRUP
OF IORIEHOUND ELECAMPANE,
Unrivalled for the cure of Coughs,.Colds, Asthma,
Spitting of Blood, Whooping Cough, Difficul-
ty of Breathing, Pleurisy, Consumption,
and all Diseases of the Lungs.
Bronchitis, a disease that is sweeping thou-
sands to a premature grave under the name of
Consumption, can be cured by using this medi-
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, con-
fident of its being the most safe and valuable re-
medy ever discovered, and adapted to all diseases
of the lungs, when any of the functions do not
perform their natural or hasty action, exerting a
most grateful and soothing influence over the
functions of the whole system, diminishing ex-
citement when excessive, allaying irritation,
soreness and pain, and speedily imparting renewv-
ed vigor and elasticity to the whole frame.
Prepared and sold, wholesale and retail, by
JOHN WINER & Co., 83 Maiden Lane, New
York, sole proprietor for the United States.
H. F. ABELL, Agent
Jan 9 for Apalachicola.


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


_ ____~_I___


NEW ORLEANS TYPE FOUNDRY


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


Drugs & M7edecines.
THE subscriber has just received per recent
arrivals from New York, a full and com-
plete stock, consisting in part, Sulph. of Qui-
nine, Hyd. de Potassii, Caustic Potasse, Solicine,
Murrate and Sulph. of Morphine, Luner Caustic,
Chloride of Gold and Sodium, Calomel, Jalap,
Ipicac, Iodine, Rhubarb, Pulvr. and Root. Sen-
na, Epsom Salts, Bachn Leaves, Castor Oil,
Seidlitz Powders, Soda Powders, Sulpher, flower
and role, Copperas, Saltpeter, Alum, Aloes,
Calcind and Curb. of Magnesia, Gum Camphor,
Flax Seed, Borax. Also a large supply of as-
sorted Glass Ware, and a general assortment of
all articles in the Drug line. For sale by
June 12 H. F. ABELL.


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


Bull's and Sand's
ARSAPARILLA, just received, for sale by
June 12 H. F. ABELL.
CREAM TARTAR and Tamarinds, just re-
ceived and for sale by
April 17 H. F. ABELL.
Congress Water.
N pints and quarts, just received for sale by
June 12 H. F. ABELL.


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


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


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


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

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


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

TERMS:
THE DAILY GEORGIAN is published in
Savannah at TEN DOLLARS PER ANNUM, pay-
able semi-annually, in advance; or, SIX DOL-
LARS FOR Six MlONTHS.
THE TRI-WEEKLY GEORGIAN, for the
Country, is published to meet the arrangement
of the mails, three times a week, (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday,) at the Office of the
DAILY GEORGIAN, and contains all the intel-
ligence, Commercial, Political and Miscella-
neous, including new Advertisements published
in the Daily Paper.
THIS PAPER is sent to all parts of the State
and Union, or delivered in the city, at FIVE
DOLLARS per annum; or, at THREE DOL-
LARS for six months.
THE WEEKLY GEORGIAN, is published
every Friday afternoon, at THREE DOLLARS
per annum-all payable in advance.
August 14, 1847.


COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER,
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY EY
J. L. WYMAN.

IV. G. MI. DAVIS, Editor.

Office, Third Story Baltzell's Buildings, corner of
Commerce and Chestnut streets.

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proprietor.
ADVERTISEMENTS.-One square, (twelve lines
or less) will be inserted at the rate of One Dol-
lar for the first, and Fifty Cents for every subse-
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To those who advertise by the year a liberal
discount will be made; but all advertisements not
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as all legal advertisements sent in by them, will
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W- All legal advertisements must be paid for
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3j- Five Dollars will be charged for announc-
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(0j All advertisements from a distance must
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to insure insertion.


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OF THE
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Title: Commercial advertiser
Uniform Title: Commercial advertiser (Apalachicola, Fla. 1843)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge
Place of Publication: Apalachicola <Fla.>
Creation Date: November 11, 1847
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Apalachicola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Franklin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Franklin -- Apalachicola
Coordinates: 29.725278 x -84.9925 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began on Feb. 4, 1843.
General Note: "Libertas, Constituto, Et Nostra Patria."
General Note: Editors: H.H. Meals, W.W.B. Crawford, <1845>.
General Note: Publishers: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge, 1843; Dominge & Bosworth, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge & Co., 1843; Dominge, Bosworth & Wyman, 1844; R.A. Dominge & J.L. Wyman, 1844-1845; J.F. Bosworth & J.L. Wyman, <1845>; Wyman & Wilson, <1850>; J.L. Wyman, <1853-1856>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 25, 1843).
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.e .1.1...'... 1Via.IAM A. \'."dUU. U. 1' .-Xonrsp, 11. ]H. Si II. --- '-'= '- : --. .'::-= I pearance. she pave a piteous detail: of the .J i right; wisdom to direct} you.' j
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.,; 15. EHi;on C O.IJI:3 ., i\c ursc, Slouo ACo.. I :: Jlakedo had: listened in :
,. SinX: MI5KC1IAXTS; COM111sS10N 1 'I'.R'IiAN'1'S I:: I ( ] I A f Ton.II' n'.TKYDAY 1.1 PE. I I so many errands: after the! bread; was all Then her thoughts! went) hack to j ;
AMI ;PI r.\i: !:;::' IN Xo. -If(, \rater tl't'I'I, Come, Kilty] you must stir about li'elto"Jaythpfc' \ :ready {for halving, that she conld not help hood's home, beautiful and ,
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) (isi I{( xK!, ':UY, sim' clean uul iJinucr to get beside a host of mistress Said; that: was no excuse thoughts and childish spoils had f j
rii.\XnUiliY; .\C. I..odihat0:111 t :, other tiling ; and COIIMlSS10N I
2iVattTtotreel.. MEKC 1 and FOtW.11tDJN I G I to lake! the cliil.lren to the square for a than she}I did and that: the broad would have !I"on; c of eirly birds awakened: j j

.' Ajulichicola: Fa. 11' T S, couple of hours this afteinoon.' been sweet and jjood. health-breitJiinp Clumbers and I /
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ri:.1. lEmiit. _"w2l ,Ap.il.iclii.-.la: .; Fla 'Yes, mam, I'll try to get llnou li in time Mr. Makedo :.' frowntngly at his wife with I the dawn. ht-heJrIll and i
.XI'' etdy11rst'\: 1 m.! ('IL\XT, -- --_ --- -- thou Ii 1 don't feel( quit as sinait! as cominon 1.: dam:liter. perf-mn her daily duties, trilling t1lE' I

,.. j.ltb& t'1', 'I t.II\tIt.II1 hlld.hn JSKCUIAII )\. DAXIII. J. DAY..J. I 1 this morning' as J was up so late last I Strati,' paid he to the former, 'If :Ara: perhaps! :in realify. hut ronden d ;, i

__ Al I.\laclllrula. Ft.: nar.\ Co., night ironing.' mina had; at! least been taught to wait upon I I and! regnhily!: enacted: :! by a moth:(r I :
,'.r,1' ; Allcst-- fcV Co. COM3I15S1ON i M E: i: CIf.\ NTS, Now Jittslill Ml *. a'ISkcdn'IliaCs: !111f sdt little, ;::11I1ome( slight! assistance in j! !1'r her daughter's -.velf.sre! and ever
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",, :":1'is muu'.VA'iKXD, ; MI.KRV. ) Jt'< "_ Xu. ij? \\It''rtr""I..Ip; tar' iicola. Fi. I the vets time"to work, when yon don't feel the house. hilly would not thube! imprcd> !II ful I to direct: her youthful) fHlt l'p ,

.,\"'r.6JH" 11.' X. Sl-KEL, NAILS, fAt ln, Agents for the .lim llu"m.lllf'l'. Co.; I like it : make that a rule liirou !:1 i life and on ; cis; ii i is, jou have absolutely! ruined "ynrclid way that lJ-itJ peace and ( I )
,1. IJ! '. .\XH \I'e;( lh ** I'rotcetioii I InMran'c ro." and flit "llart- ton will alwavs find yourself+ doing sonr-: i 1 :I ; ; yet, if Y0011,1' .,'Iris them 'essfoolishly world to rome ; -.,iS: :cas where : (! I

.i-itfactrr/: nf Tin, Iron, end Copvi onlln"utlI1et'------ .--Co.-"-llarlfoni-- .-<3 nui. --. tiling 3011 don't: like to : it will lie a satisfaction :cd! expensively, you would then t now I It seemed' as though all \ I

per Wares. nU'IH'I' vc E"rUlteti, to yon to know how much: } oti can find yourself abbto! Keep more itch: on Iescns I and sweet counsels! had '/ 1 ;; '

,.j _Apalaehicola I ,_1 Fa.i" COM111SjN I I M E 11 01 If 1 A X T S, nccoiiipli!] in that wav.' your own occount. in the grave of her departed I !
.: :i-%Y. Wn. \Y.CuEr.nn.it "j .\, 4 The dear knows, ,' said T it'hC had I Ilisuifi-' put her }laced pocket Ilanrkcre1tiE'f !: i rank weeds had\ coulnnp: and Stfl( :!: |

': CI'CC1". .qritfc fur IJir to practic. that haul; rule, front necessity, to ,icr eyes and his daughter was yon!e hr.dol'pre, nse : how thon I

d1SS1tN Sim I -M II: t R ell NTS, SUN MUTUAL ixsnij J : \xn:: COMPANY, long enonch ; hut what shall 1 do aboulbiin looking! foa convenient pac! In swoon have S inifded the trust IllwanllIJI j : :

l"-1'J l 'oiUV". 2* Water "ir"H. n1'fke Cifgr'ienNo.Vaergrri't]"i>'7r, ;;ill:! down the l reakiast tiav.. as Miss I and, for fVarrff :another scone the unhappy: tr'l: soma committed to intf came (! i ;

..> .\!AiuarlucoIaK3a.: : 1 : : Animinta has; not yet bieakf.istcd) !' husband am, father left the apartment.3r :) I 'JI' high life in a fashion bound j t I :

-* ------- __Hec M Ap.il.ichic"ln! l 1'a. So she hadn't. hilts, and 1 sirs I mi-jjlit >*. F'laledo went 11Ilo10 cive that I Iliiidrrlins judgement better I j (

.. 'I'r." .) I I. t:. !n. J\1.t' et', 'itll:3. ai. t1'H'U' l' C!J. as tell run up :and,l wake her ito\. :; 'tis ten: lay.j) Kitt., ,is she termed her, a complete! d Imy child!' ha;. ; ;grown up beneath I

A I'ot & tSrtiion.MM DEAU'.ii-] ( ;n< >; II-*: A\{ > ( 'Oa11JSSON: ] o'clock.! Poor thin: ? she came homo so blowing Ili". i:'l1orIt,[ of ai! that::: truly ennobles : : i '
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.,(/11],:: ;:,'. 42 V.at.T"tro.-!.-l >:Mairs. 11 Water Street.loe late last :might from the j-aity that I told herto It erms to ;;', nitty: you complain a our lit;;tmrr- vanity: :J\IIIIII\ of .
',,11i aptl.trhjtn11rFa. .1 .Apnl.ioliieolii ]Fa. s'rep as 1m| ;, as lie could this moinin: ; I urea I deal about nothing pray where did! only! aim; of her ('x""srancc.
-- -- -_. > --.---- I : wonder if the ,dear you! live befoieyon came Ji'reThe r I .4'Tis too Ir.te '
> ----- -- leally nirJ ever fins well! now, Mary, sa
*''olnt: P.'ston. D. I B. Wooil A: c;0. meted;; I'll co and sec if she wants: her poor girl!, borne i.uriv' mtiffd, replied,: :! I Mnkcdo.; ( ;as :-lire arose in haste to
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the Xj.2'- t1'e'u ::,-.).:l 'c.: i..IO'k rtxtra.at' No. 7, Columhns: K-w 1
staircase her errand of lei iniich from Iicr. I j Stves she will have plenty of
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.Ap.tladC.lh, Nov. 2a,1 1' Iii !. .
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't' ---- -- ."- -- In the mo.umhile Iviity make loud and' I used to know her very well, pny why ,the rest of us : and in her hours ; ;

T. H. \ 3. If .If nil.iCTdSW ALt%. WM.JK, W:.i. .ti.MCKExzn- impatient mnpic with her pots: and kettles, did you leave her! she will, perhaps.: awl ,justly Coo, !

& O< .''1"1i-"i.tf.- MERCHANTS, \VyItr oc' i IrEM'uxio, ail thus soliloqni.ses : 1PCaIBI' her oldest daughter had left tiiolher tor not teaching: her better !

_' X,). !J' \\',;.!' .1"- t>!!. COMMISSION I I M E IIC H.A NTS 4 YI-S, baking 10 do, dinner to get the school, aid she said she wished her t to !learn;' meet at.d how to bear it. I will p :

;1,12 .;I'A.L\C.U ;'5i.%, -\\. No. 1-2 W'atertr.t., front to clean, it'sill mighty easy talking ; 1:0 wutk : but while! there '";:. so rrtitu help. and talk "o mv husband ; T know :

-r.-.i. : '::111 tium.; '1'?: ;;l"Hnge1';- :. -Scpt.Il 1 b 1 1.;i. ApalirhicoLi- then whrn my fine ladv; !. ge!< up she's tint to..I in the hnj?". she h:dm't bali! a chance : soa viI! glaihien at a reform in this : ) ,

.;iltt". 4Gerta & <:o.. s. l" ..5.WHOUNALE 4ciifi'; he waiter! nn ;; very likely: -he'll send me) on I Nancy, the otl'T girl had: been there longer will enconingc me to do! what is ,'

CO M 31IS S t +If X1' ![ Fi:: 0 ii A N T S AND RETAIL: GROCER, some crr.ind;: to the millinpr, and when I t than! had. she sent me away" with l kind: ;power lor Araminta-and I : ; I

: IVater sireH, ;z-: PariieniHrationtioti p-iid to putting; 11pfaull1r. come back she'll want a dress pio. pd in a word ar/ useful presents. my dear! Mary, to try and take
V Apal1*' llir's.; I'a .h'aml.olf! : a:1.1 ;!Iup s1orcN.No. minute 41 1 can't think; answered Mrs. i Makedo, InV children m for ;
12 a to walk out in. Yea, Iilcan: good season
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U 'C. do it, it's nothing for Ivitty l but I ; if Mint ,!. Jlarri'" would! do: so itn(:etitecl: a provement.' ( :
AGarrv.. !I. ("<\\\KIIV. X*>\'. 1-1 Anjlft: ) ("':. !a. zits
: i i ".- --- she had. hill1. hack and tired feet t, thinjj as to oblige:. her daughter: to do! housework iJothcss who resd this, go JO and :

t; r'rlt I : k X M:1.CI1'ttunrry.i 1NTS : 17. F. Aboil, she'd lay a-bed' a week ami send Kitty for I ; but I'll call there soon and find outllrm'wTi wise. i : ; ,
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: '" ;;'i. '\ .1.'r .tn'd. ; : D'HT-JS'! ( :JEiHCIXI'1'I1''s: ,I 'Tine; tr her words Mrs. Mkc'o! called!
\l'At.\IIH: 'n,' F.\" Kntv! screamcil her lross at the top : to AGKAriHC LETTER FROM AX !

fwah,; .11 ,"U; l'jf 1UiWoA (,tai. *; A*A., l+wJ.-. :. .1,01'I1.'ral(IJ. !a."I',ass a 1 ittnent t ..of!&tit(,-1f inN" of Iirr voice, from the head of the stairs. see Mis. :Harris on the followir": Tuesday, IX THE AKilV.
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C1V! '. A. C' r. >)f Ch: -stnut and Water strict, The XloTtiwipr of C1Ufl 1lLffplC-
:\"t :; \\at.r.tra.i. 4 Are there in the house ?' the 1)which somewhat shocked ( ; :
,_.. April 11 Apahcl.in.lH.: Fa. any eggs: fo tte Cti'ittd-ihc right with
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4 No, lam : (tli'i-e it i is a'z ain now I .jns: propriety.Ity., Lucy, dear, .
lean s. Ilutchinsmnl, O. D. Druxlen, wonder what they want wish this timea she s.ud: how Hushed yon ?look-have you pens.One
., xu iIJilaSiati: : Xo. a Columbus P.nil-litiirs! eggs a fl-\'f-I'r\\Jl! is time uvitter ?' of the best and most graphic
_\! r. ]i C:31.1: NT, n"t'. "l a. 1 ", :It, A1)al k'Lieula. Fa. day ?) ,
Lary.pliant with health I hn- | tions we have of the late
= out somewhere, Kitty, and buy a :an good jet seen ;
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Slicital'itrntz! ,, I" A,'-\.L\CKJ.V.J.', Fa. : 31.iniH lSf.z'. few, Arnminta thinks she could, eat one on mor. slid! .she was 'mirel.11., but had events ii Mexico is contained in ;
--- .- ----- COMMISION I :ME: !liCH ANT, her toast: been inn;m:: all the morning! : and; as Nancy !' written by an ofiiccr in the ;
.in"; :?. :2anioru. \\ t< suc- ,; ::1!j.rt thrd told! !In ralme''i i:1:1 army
N'. M W.ier-ir'-t! IT;) -'airs Yc, mam : but }how am I to leave the { l-; : : :IIJ'\) f.r
: E\L It.: ia', r I :I ;. Fd.jntlX:: {; \ i lished recently in the N. Y.
Off. 1. l J. !i.+. .\jI.Ii.'ii'IJII., : l Fh(. birsid thai'-, lo bake?' \'; : ;itcnd to the bell ii: her .bsciiC". i j..
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: ;'IIS. Earns entered the and Enquirer. storming of( l. ):
\ 4.1 "oiti:; ..; r L .'..!';:. r lL.iC:. (-n\nij I ;. PUAIT.SHiPPINii Oil h liuht: quick j h.i'tlid' the bread now parlor m .
:sue j A1'11'1'; : :..I.h1.I.l .ao,1: (' i.; i't'lt will not cnfier.: Lucy: after: excusin:: hcis"ii returned (o her :)i is thus spiritedly: j tit en :
__ __.__ __ work. +,
u & fI\Jl"l|MERCHAXTS: Away went the di.tiicipd linn-einai'I for I j r i 4'At d-iy light on the 1:I1!, all (
(I. W. t;uUen. :0",. )JU WatrStnJ, the f'Z<:'. and tvheri.hie retinin-d >in* chooked i IN'.v do you do, may dear Susan.: said |!! r(ctorim.; : At 'i .\. M. the! order !

:rc Tl+)1R! XU C')1i' ; J 1 iSSIO1iieHANT. X X. .y. '''! .1f'ab; | +'-hicola. Fa.O one and 100li( it lip to thc Noting lady's I ?i r:. fierris. cordially cxteiulmp: her hand to j i Siii's::! hrig'i.!c to march for 1 '
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u. i r .:\u:'. room v.':lino she! had; lh\ sai: .t.iciion, to, hear her wlcomo c'lf"f- j ;lit ten minutes \'C"I'rt' all c-n the r'I;
S.fi.-it. a Jiort: .1'llMil'
I'A. from that il"iridllallha'' v.a-n't, half! done I'n very uell. T thank yon, Mnry. j tear tniuht be late.Vc i r
0'1 .n Af' _, M M I S S 1 H(1\ .1ND FORWARDING I I ; it !: ; ue too got
:i F.ur !uXT I :111,111101'( than that she had waited! >o Ions Aid, how i is Araminta :and the childieri: ?'t j! village and marched down! to so : !

: -!'(: & flora !, NoVai: i-r-: ,.t frt, that her appetite; was ail pone and she could 'O.dcar: the childrin are well but tiol-le-i" ; ( tiitmai: : tin the road.. The firing : ;

t' t)1\14N! : 'nCH.\XTS.: r-if2| I Jv A!'larhira. cot bear the: sight of it. 1 some as usual. thou:IIi I don't know; n morn h i ( ';'rie was very heavy :)soar column
\ .. 14. fij, t' '-d'tfe .!Lora I lcm Aiamint.i i is often: dull and'j
II.:It. 11'-, \VfcII. fier; i much labor the work was in the rear of our own batteries, but
.t'telw: C X"wS -Jrl.u1s Asior 1I11t 'Ju.'t1..oo{ t V Co. pietty! well iIi rou'lt. with atd dinner served has rn appetite at' all. Poor thing: a's Mrs. | it fell a few yards shoit.: One by '
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tJ,. _\ICTJOXIIas i i i AN'OM/ MISSION: i at the iirual hour. Araminta manned with C hic i !- said I of dd. Poin'ncj"- lir.-t wi\ I h! crept} through!' a ditch: which :

.----- :MEIK'H I: : VXTS the help of her mother, to dr,-herself, and !fi-;r s'c will never be able to make an efl'oit.( :j len'lllIs until the two !leading: :

Its. Hulor'h. No. 2 Colunibu-s Huililin?, tlt'r'bVa" enabled to make her : 'Ti.s hiniiy: : worth while!: : !tll :ask I after hammers. xveie ordered, to ,dcjjloj'I : as skirmishers

1'CT1J: ( AN > t"'!>MM1SS.iN] MERCHANT, OcJ. HJ. AmLicbicnh; ance in the dining room with: her IPpca-1 I she hoks\ so very rosy.inioct:,| 1 too inuc.lio ;; oil we started acrflss the open field :U

..XII tiCXKKAL!: A JEA'T.l"rvut. ; -- ':'. ;j ..!lu ,Ii !. l. (:!)., blue eyes :tt d dress to tnalcli. about tli- to cut my last : by the way: 1 !hear from my I j I the enemy from: behind a row of

-4 !: ..%, At.A. caaI: i1S I S j jl,1 ,::1 II: f I'ILTS! 1 time of her f.ijhnj'.s. entrance: : herappetup'/ Kitty that yon had put her to work :a:1: I 101)1' {, pi int-i. and took their piac{. We
: ("otJoaL J'Jh nrlor..
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\o. 43 \V..t :; 'rt rm';l ozt for cullinc to know tie! tiuthf.f :

:, F. I lin; T'T:", J U%.<-f rs lu --{-'--t.-21.. ---- i It d!..-riiic'--- .-IaFa.- _.-.. __ a hit of roast' beef and succeeded, i ii: ; it. I inve; von' icaliy dune! such an out offje veie in the ro.id, at the foot of the hill
( .- '::\ Orirns. .?. three Lima : : : May I ihinq !V right iookin toward the. II i
(G. II\1..1'" C. ASScw et'h' cat In beans: after gracefully;: I. <: city ; on
'.1.. .r<. .",'I t.i.tI1.''.'',.'! ',ZIT:, '( .1 >:,- .!J. :t1tI! ,:.-t.-5Hi--r7n; I : taking the skin eii each on) j'a. s.j; !': 4 F :sm very Inppy; to ai"Ber in the :iffirnrtive ;- of the road in a ditch pal1iiiy; sn' ::
L.' II'I.l'.ll.-, 5:1 1.u.c .t. DRUfis.! :.ii-:ljt'jI'P.I: 'j r, OILS, she, icry h.npui'Uv: :! 'J 1 heard worn' one at I J : Susnti: : ; l' hdl she !left school her oe.cup tie CIHtlIfin', was .Jen.: lI ith's :

_. --_._ --.-_. ., -'- <;L.\: ;, liiirsU also,C-, ..c., &c. the party: !act ni-'ht: speakinir! of a delis'.htfnl! ; : if: seemed} r:ire, she became little while two of our compallcscrc! d

j) 'or ;:iOHi1{ : otitg.1 .'I "t-ni-rnl m-",trlm'tit ofU'VMvS shot story-' J lalllll'l,' 1 believe, is 11// arias :niid: ; !her aj-pdile; left her and in' in a ditch perpendicular! to the : '

: i:1..1: \lip,s I'A'fl' J.SKH'V, &r., &c. name of the man t that saw the sjie'-tre. and I our anxiety'vf i consulted a physician} : in re- our Imndicd and (fifty yards from

'\' svyMJY (GIIEEX JL }a c"Jr.f (:'ii:*,uu; oc 'oiii'ii'-ri--; srcJ.! .-, do wish you would set it for me : if'it( i i. in.i ::"d 1 to her health He told,!: us: the best my's batu: ::'s. (ien. Pillow's ( I

.I ) : ;' 1 )J.t ---- J\jI.tlar.iicoJa., -- -;--Fi't.-: two \'oluIHcs011 needn't, mind. about it, !' tiling, for her wa=? daily and: regular exercise t t.i'kcd; on the left of the hill
;: Miy, I 11 f iin' ::. Hawrc though, for I should never pet time to read us. After about an hour's
-.'rc and Ihjt! street*, opjiusUe the Mansionr. FACTOIXJ COMMISSION MKKCIIANT, it-who knows hut what it I is as interesting conk !;car more. S'o after :1r. Ilarris and cu mJ's began to slacken!: and the

:u. N'I\' '. No.( ti-s Water slrc( I, as JJombcy !' :tuysflf! had lalk'd the Jlllpro\'r.l: : :ied:: :; ;:r'u: to charge. \\c rushed+l

A. \\". thaunaJ. i n.-.c .\!AtKihdiic'iln. Fa.llOCEIlSAc It would not he to you,' icplicd ]Jl i father oMf; th" ';irlsai.1 went li.nnd! in hand! for ::1- i' in three minutes we carried the first !
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;"rOaicenvertre' LJruil",' ni 1 b JS.; S. llawlrv! ,'V(, .t Hl' very ra\t'I. whir: with Lurv lo encounce hei. >:'heiowitakrs The Rifles entered the battery !
"::rallC'e 11:1 Che.lr'it n'd.) H.idl.uCt it tie r''iMMlSlMMLJJC1IANTS' :! ) 4 Then don't trouble :about i it!. Pa. You ': all the beds in the chambers stoimintr party. which was con : (

"fF-ee11'Iv! (.1',t: if') 11' r. l .1l/.j: I. ::u. 4:> \Vaitrtrrit.COMMISSION know my taste, and can easily judpe, but I \! uct5; insilv: ; :always;) helps iron the cloths one of its Captains.:, "We 1 followed
Javj-in'lO- J I-l". t 4f .' . .. _
-- i dnl Jj ( nZ come-1' in so anxious t III< know if sweet .It ill tea with us soon and taste some of her to the left, clambered up the steep '
1Y. (.. !E. Ou'jlii. : : '..IE1CH.11! !: UriALJJILIX : Floicncc has hi-aid' fioin )her beau, Waller bred; ; it is so ,Jclil iol' !.' I the ea;:le. The cier.y: were !
:.TToa( \ir: AXIJ ( '
&r< li. sercirt s to the public ia either of the ,.,. X It. "nJ VVaf.-r Street.palaCIhenla f. ;aqain i ;; ; wlll'rcas it he went Pat to Mexico :and \vaik:: out every dayI'i" : Araminta : in the road and orchard.: ; Our !(
p j .\ F '
above c."apaeitic4. !r could not eXNt'vithnnt thtati i i infuriated by the conduct of the ; :

n 'will, l practice f'f*.,'ilar3y in Franklin, Cal- Hry OH1s. Me\ico fiddlesticks, child no he went 'Sh1v! is always; neat in her dress hit sd- t Molena ,!f..t! 1'ey and took but few ;

: ''lu!I dl:i i J.tr:-nu Circuit C i'jeculr-t.tiaer, art as.;',un -el, ia any ('uiir; l'tieh,1SI { :( \', Jans, Flannel-, IJIanc ; notion to send 1111. :She is int lclecl in every hon hod! depart- was !
pieces. Ncailv:
.' !.- or IVester.i Circuit. fIe will ;.il-ii -t.;, Tweed*, Siiirtirr iz, Sheeticg i r s, Checks, ) :( every !part
On wl/l' Pa this i is weather meut, and has sitfiicicnt j-xercise, in doors : .chivhile the and
delighfu our
*Tie rat+I' in: the! Court 'if .\:jjjjcalat; T..JL.I.I.-! 'Isiu'i'iTriCali;: <"Ks, Delan-<. Uo-ii-n 1.c. vViC. : I pavements
.% t'i' ",'..1ay! of \vbici! lie will lways; lie: r'cir ,ale by U. ELLHOX & CO. for Iraxeliup., lor her health. I Her appetite and spirits: ar"I I tions were completely up by the !: :
!r.I ititat: ual.: ',. prevenicd m :by .TA. Ut.Al'aa"JIII'IJII. Jan 23 _2i:: \VuUrstKct.'I 4 'J'0 school I, replied I her impatient: father I ,f both good :and we are glad. : h that we had the 1 1:1111 afraid the prosperity of the :
Sf'ptltIlIeT". h If. '-V-n s*.<;-., -- --- 'for you moilify! me to death with jour ftrmius-s to make her ir-efnl and l thereby'happy Jliiilarcaclt'U1)! has been seriously :

-- and double, fur sale !bi V stupidity.. Inw! ever, jour mother tells me : her needle. too is not idle, as f am'fretjncntly : ed. In it were crowds of prisoners )

(.. SniHs; i SIXGLE__ 12- :? C.:ALLHX.IH tomonowvill be your eighteenth biithiiay. indebted to her fir much assis-j; rank! and color, among whom :

.ATTOKXEY L. .\W. :. i.. I.'J: IJ jsar'iVA.azr.s :and I suppose you will expect a handsome tancnvith the children's! :garments. | general officers, and about an 1 i

( fir,, .\,,. t e'lpl. .imlllw '. Bllilrling, Ktt, jlloicsi-: (!ockroach tui..on.rrlJl. piescnt. Now, as you have an idea of being 'Whaifr/'M Araminta think! of nil this !' i! cadets. The latter were pretty

fir. of Centre Commerce-tst etficaei'HH! icmi-dy fur -\teiiania- married before a great while. it is lime slid; .'\lakedo'why. Mary, we only! !I lows, from ten to sixteen years of
lIor; Apalachicola, Fla. wry keep girl, t though I I I often 'think! I there"cuouiih I -* killed
one
--- itmnediately, if a piMerappliation;, ; ; j bemad1 you understood the pnctical part of Ito ii-e. i Several! of them wets ;
- of all of the above" n.tirud: :! ;an.iojanci: : -. His keepinp'and my gift to jou shall be cither( work in the house for two : but it. lemons, and( indeed they showed an
Ii. E. Onsets, 1'Ira and \lofJl1l111 { b.is.itlaiii: 'd i a very ex- a pood size broom or a sciiibbing brush never entered my head, to call on ins- dau h-1! Pie of courage worthy of; imitation by .

ATT J RX I iY AT LAW totfivc celebrity for; itsinvari.iMcd.-.tnictn.-,! : : which I sdlllli>l upon jour usuilJ!. ter for help. Dear:: me Sh3 is the one most 1 of their superiors in i'auk. I IChlpulf'pre

DAYTON, JJaibvir County, Alabama. pr-rtins to that order of insects. For.llc" bvAu Hut Araminta had; i.iintcd before the conclusion waited on in the f.nnily.: I'' : carried 1. the column

April 2'f. 1"- W. 2Blank "' stll I _J. ALLEX.. rtr::ht. of his sentence. 41 1 hope you will! be encouraged, Susan : .
.----- -.-- -- Carlrt'ttt's( ; E\trael of 6tultu. Only see what you have dour' exclaimed ,- to (do as 1 hate: done, and bestow a little of; on to the capital. The road: ICi lll {
liooks and Sta.iou! .
) neiinine, for sale! by the care on her lint mother bestowed ; Chap ultepec to the capital is a I
f EUUEJi'5! [ :' Joiinuls. l.ty I5or ks, &c. WAIlliXTEi his wife as she ran in liable to her daugh: your
.. C. ALLEX.SLD .
] on lor fashionable as have become and broad in -
*-* :t'J r.'dins I lMul I'Ict:1; and Letter Paper; ter's assistance. you you ; straight carriage way
CQf"afl'rnlJralftrnn Ih'Jks ; : OIL, just recehed.ind for sale by 1 ou't disturb yourself' said her husband yon 1'lIl1hltlli-Olli'I'lhf; ) truth that? '\ou were: ;, tre of which runs the aqueduct that I ,

Ship and (liver Hill* Lading; I !117 -... __ .l II.:.: A i I[:I I'1'! 'she has: only f.iintcd, and. 1 warrant taught to work as well as miva'lt. To) join I i the city with water. The writer
P' oi ks 1.r 1 L-ttor Press. ----- I'
Clank JiilN IIf J K\cJiaM 1' and] Checks, A HHI choice N 0 Sugar ; If she would, take more healthful I exerciseshe th: country the m III) useful lessons our sumes his narration:
JU>1 cccivcxi :and for sale bv T mothers taught and when, our [ The soon commenced a
.. ,7J bbl! Flour, by could! hardly stop the circulation at so j us ; present enemy
2'hrrh i |11. AISHLL.. I ]Feh! 2 Nt JIJSE: ST()XE & CO.W'lSTAUN short a notice ;' :and with this consoling husbands! courted our favor do, you suppose I fire upon us from a strop! battery

SH [I'TI: I;", Shirt'n s and Prints, !,) the and Styayn:'; IhUatn of Wild speech ?'I Ir. Makedo went to his counting: they thought the less of us for being mud us- I the road and death a:aiu found us,

bale and case, low for cash hy i just received: and for sale: by house. Kitty was called again to bring the trous !' had seemed to have left us for the
H. iLLISOCO.( Nov ->s s .1. C. ALM'N.: cologne bottle and fan from Araminla's 4 It is different in a city, Mary.' last we crawled up close to the
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Jai 2T Water btrcH-t. d rules told. with !
21 besides other which. left little 4 The is in our death-dealing
U'sa'tu'lIa: Syi-nj>. room, jobs diHereuce., Susan: only onr I I !
COLD Prl'.ed Captor UI i) and Saratoga Water, received, and 1 for sale by for the kitchen department, but by dint of own mind, and arises from false pride. I'' ell eel. Closer and closer from arch"

\ > received arid for sale bvi .JUST : 1 2 .! !F.:1RELL.! _. hard labor and perseverance she found time have chosen to stick to first principles: believing we crept until "funcard Rifles!
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and
Al+ IJII i F. AP.HLL.ItailcyN with
Ii. out man a jell
: TKF\TS LIFE: PILLSJ PIMKNIXDITTI'Il" ( : to take the children a walking and then it will save my child much nnhappi- every
'I.Jllie hurried home to hi future The fate of nations depends I was ours. Again commenced our
aIixhtt'e.Ills 1\J. i : ,:, jut\ leceived and for sale hyr"v pet slipper nesS
I to! N. At the lea-table Mr. Makedo said the ill mother's training; ,1 deadly march as we gradually : '
is a valuable (umpound( fl'lid) <-\trarl oj .I. C.; :\L1.l a great mcsKiuo on a
Cinchuiu and Kubra, a vegi-lablf: fibrifnjc'h" : bread was sour. The. blame, as usual, rested and, Parents cannot b<: too much alive -to I \the\ garrllii or gate of the city, the

t If June' cure 12 .of fever'und) A b"IP.H. 1"Sold'. HELL.bv [ I\TSdlJtl;\ Cans 1 by M.the KLMSON case, low for is.: cni CO.! by on ),ill y, who was at once summoned( .to;, I their great icspousibilitics. f best;; you w&ll\\ retreating slowly before us. As


















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.h"s 1" !P"Slir: .. J. '+'MrYT'S !' "T :7"It'rrra :"RT6sR.-r wr----r s"x.v -T" .11.- : _- .
rCJill1cllt.'t') hundred: sturdy mm (loft tlw J nIIUjI'! A\I'lit ] !N11J t 1 who do not 1,11'Ih.ir duly, or who arc too } ing the cotton crop from the Gulf; ports.1 j :membered posterity.. \'."hurt-.1'1' r'If' .
"O'i1 HiFntrl'll\'Fn .
JelTson Hairacks for ihf- plains!" Mexico KXlhC OF ;ILN. TAYL011.Under 6. {( 1 jl h 1. :I lair and idle to alll'llIllo it.'e hope for during two succrsSIfctars. would more than j i for fame let him be engsgrd jn ti,,IhI..'

one hundred and fifiy-nineliavc met n, linn I the JHclttnoad ..-. --. I, better things at this session. di"i,, this Florida channel. Let it be rrmnubered \ It is a work that will l"llurf' .
this title RepvUican '
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--and now one liuudrfd and St rUII:11,11( t.PAJ..hCI1COLJ'j'.utr.sJAY, KGV. 11, 1S17. vessels Florida, exists and '
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that loss sustained ; will be
by nisei .1'
-ore left to tell the lain: dwells: \'ilh ctnpliisis i and truth upon theconduct --. --- -. -- JITDCK OF Tlllf: JfoiTrririiN) : : ClliC1: IT. every I "* II' :::1'1 ., ..

rS of the J\lllillislraliol towaids! (;en.'I' {:9.: The following gentlemen are tuithonzpdAgents It may not be our province, li"irin the I carrying the cotton crop tends to make; the !; art of navigation i; filrgot tin. It ''" "'l!|II"|

Loss OFTIIK STKAMT.K :.\;.\(.": IT1'- .\n.on'r since his growing; renown for the COMUKUCIAI. \:.TiSi.t., and will West, I to say ought about the person who \freights higher, and roust ClIIl'ollt t f theiiriec cut physician deserve praise fur cunn, m' "'
This strainer on her to \cw Orleans receive and receii-t subscription advcrtiscV.it. the 1usu and dangerous maladies ".*
way ?, or of cotton. Add animal extra r- : "hat|
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of in fill the above office
made !him an object political jealous should be selected t to ; j
the 21st ih. (r' II.
was on :itJ o'clock, 1'. 31., ::- "
have the annual loss to be bestowed
ought
to to ; sus-
run ashore at Mosquito I Inlet on the const lush places 1 i is occasionally: recorded in \V.it.Y.. CIIECVKK: :, K;#.I.. Albany, na. but inasmuch as the Judges( are by law re-1 atice we pay i. upon those Wln: p r'I .'
tamed of' the vessels, (that is ?'f l.- i,! them altogether? The
of Florida, under the 'following circnttl.t8'- history. that) weak monarchpn: ces, which we give as they have horn detailed h :: 7-jO and .Sl-.j.OOO 1 ) and we have the large: !' .: can prevent thousands( of human
morhi:1'anil: ', have hatt-d with inip'ac;>blc portion of the State, and as the Circuit j \hilt, "
to us by 1 passengers! whose, names reattached 1FOB6ZACHARY HESIUE!! 'ii't sum of hundred and ninrfy-ticn thousand'\: from dying of discasp, by the "*
feel 'lIn'I.|
the successful ,
the malignity generals-mil statesmen Judges pieside as an Appeal Court, we I" ; ;ir, '
to statement. hundred and dallar sCf(;'r' o. | this chanr.i-I.. "'
( ) ihggiug
fifly II1(1
TAYLOR.HOX. ] seven : ,!
The purport of this statement i is tint on of their own :appointment whose glory that we nnbe J l'rn.ill(, to indicate an individual II r"io II"
J This would) either dig the channel, marshes of Southern
:amotint I Flonrla'IIII! ;;
the 21s1 ult. they met tin steamer Cal-fornia; f'lrllli\'ly! to eclipse the legitimate splendours upon whom we could wish to seethe *.' P"
.which was illJOll1 putting hack illln -1. ;II U"i- (u-oi; ;(>i I\1. DALLAS.It i or build more than eight'/ units of rail.matlIlhl'OlIoh !j (lellli.11.Ipnr may send iboimantU
of royalty.' Thus fl :I.1.1Ctrs seivcd choice of the Legislature, for the high j ?l(I.;,*
tine account of the of I the weather.The that All other articles of I future inhabitants of '
on aspect I be considered Ilse COllnlr\ .j that
hicountry too well. The Kmprror, d vatl- may ungenerous on I office III' uIIc of the Southern Circuit } ,, c'"allt r,, .j L.

would master be safer of( to the go Xarafwnfftl into Moqnito thought inlet it ed bv his greatness, could; not hear the sightof i part of an}' one at the South, to hint at the I Ii > fall. David S.'alLer, l''IJ.: | who came import and export to, and from the Gulf,I. graves. What oth -r induci meus; r":11,r' ''jofl'cr 'j 1

: and said lie would do so. The boat was the hl'r who had illustrated his icignbv i i motives which prompted the late manilfe.sto; 'I'I'j within one vote of an election last year I ports, would more than equal the cotton :! ? Let us rerairnlateInd si c.I .

beached about four clock 1 P. ;., the of opinions forth by the VicePresident. I : I have shown that the ; : ,
brilliant victories, who had ie.torcd toll:;* j put when there was a nnjnrity of his political cot-j i 'fllI\II'IIUO of

lead not having bern thrown TJc're.1S! Unman; nall' its ancient prestige of jnvineIbihuiv. We should not look the' gift horse j jiu oppnlcntin! the Legislature i is evciy way i! .! channfl through the penirnal.i, -.\ (,,ni;,! /
no boat ahead: to sound nor was any anchor '" I rural loss sustained of all kinds hance the value 4)l'the p
by I
produce lands
the. mouth, but we cannot but consider! of ,,
: The
got ready in rase the ,1IIIH'r1": got into warrior was sacrificed ; the I worthy and competent for the' office ofiJudge I. r'dI ; : I
brightness of his fame made the positions choen by that gentleman! : as :| going in, and from the Gulf ports amounts that lamN[ would be ff'II'Ii, : {
the Inlet. When the vessel lira 1 struck she imperial; insignificance and we trust that he may he elected, I n|

was kept under a full head of steam, ami no : too clearly visible. fortunate coincidences, if nothing rise, for if he will consent to serve. i' to one million three hundred and eighty- healthy by theiIiann' rfing nt ,) 'Ir"I._,':A.

effort was made to get her nil"-sails all set. The victory of : nut errv'impitluglnsre ihe bearing they: may have on his 1 political, .----- 'I five thousand, five hundred dollars ((1.:; ?.),- I this clmnf'JVould cause thou..ad.; (,t .1 lfr.

No discipline was itmintain aboard! after to our armes and Illling the whole! (country furl r:. ..1I1'1CEtli' TILE 1'E.\CE. 500.) It i is reported that the annual damages nf excellent land; tr) (be leclaicn-i| ,,..,

the first stacmer one to go struck.ashore,Tin and lid Captain lint return was the in 'vii admiration of the prouess of our gallantsoldiers ; If the may be allowed to ill1:1illcTr.. ny reference to the acts, regulating elections sustained by vessels going around the watery waste-that it would l hn -i "lit,ncP (0!:

Dallas in his mind to the side! Justices tilt lie PIVICC, il will be .seen ; Southern Capes of Florida, amount to revenue, by \hif:1JVC ronld!
the steamer until alter every body war.aved.At lost to Jen. '\ r.Cf the favour debating : as I pay nr t: .<' .',.
the time she was beached the weatherwas and friendship of the adntini.h ation. lie he should( take in rcfeience to IWVilrnol! that the time for holding the !:1l11evIS last seven hundred! thousand dollars (>,,;{!,'.HIO.) (debt and support an excellent Sfa-P z-t Vprnmeiit

by no means so stormy as the nightbefore was }hencefoith. in in their sight. Proviso, we can ieadily perceive, that, knowing clay, instead of October. Such being the I{ This .sum adrlt-tllo the other i ost., makes: -llint it would open tl;" star t fr
I'W'Ir
1I'lr'onlll th- wenlx-r have licen which side of the Potomac the case the choice of Justices', made, ;it the : the total annual loss amount to lu-'j nl l'ilJ1J.'t rr.ore dense and wealthy :I
regarded as threatening had nut tin C
forma putting back. suggested the idea. )il Mexico} wa-s felt thicufhiint! tiscir :lra number r.f JI'IIIO'ralic1iI11': 'if.--co"n5i.1 I October election was void. We have heard of dollars. In the short lime of one year, wllucllli\Uini: -!h our taxationrh.if ,K w,,;:;,(

The passpi fIS ail their bugga-.! were ail\\ j j of partisan: cohorts.I ) dering that these Slates would oppose a iI iVimot j; that the persons elected: in this county in ;( all this money might be saved by the I con- entire an annual spring of S.0ut.0ii()(,,) urrh! },

saved, though the Captain; is nut !thatikcd I I nt the time i is riming whrn; the People I \ Proviso cr.ndiditc, seeing that a October last have been COllllllissit, '' .-- !l: ruclilJll, of this channel.! li right years are now last-that it trortld fl iilr';: "- ;]

for their safety. He was the rest one to go will: stand bv ILI'il own. In quoting the l large number Democrats ;:11 the Ninth; This} looks queer to ns.ll I (the losses thus sutaiut'll'CHile more than : of the United Slates t Guvprnint ; 10operrfions
ashore, nor did he return on board: 10 the -
knowledge of these passengers; 4itirijt.g: the .,I qocm :!_1wf ol the Kepi.-blican; wp do were not disposed! to make t that: meapnie a '.)r the! "imnciLial Advertiser.oVMMKNT.S I I pay the original cost of the "JVrrilorv of ;rtnif the merraufife ititPirst.it !1.1' -c, _

night. tint join in the implied! fN'Ol:111Id.lliol of( : I lest quest ion-ktiov.-ina that: the!: We i has JNI'f!: ) ; IX n.OI.'HU.I. : .\. Florida ; and! therefore} if we were la consult that xvouM off'nan mfrrual: rr.ide fur}' n, :!:IV

The passengers wore kindly roc( \41 and the last p:1rt: "aph. : ). L'I I Gen. '/.y- I !but little feeling on; the subject, and tvot: I \NNE'I. TltKOfCif Till: Pf;:"t\ tLA. II the greatest good of the majority at vatrr:.!/II! : tiopical[ pro !octims ; an.I I'- r il i

entertained by the' iuh.I. t..tts of New I.ni sley where] he is ordered to st-jy if but not be detcired from voting for a River and i j jIiaibor 1tlrtc- C'ilirus-Irt my !last number, ., large, it would have been b'-tter to give would save the Iiv'si f fhou..ItJhi! ; f l.c.ij.an;
Dunlawton
Smyrna and } and) ftirwitc:) with
means of transputation to Liiteiuri-e: from half! a regiment is left him. J does not become I Improvement man, because he wasiojiposetl j' gave; an outlitt": of som of the advantages: : 1 away the whole Territory fir Florida as a : beings, tint an COW lost, by wa; ,:> ef\ t IIie

I the Prfl\"iHI-tIP !had J :that would result Horn the construction ofa : price fur the construction of this I ana :
which place they arts enabled; to leach a mal of his: calibre to pout and show to certainly great by shipwrecks.Fellow: .

Savannah arriving here on Sunday morning. petulance.. Those that str'ne to henp indignities much! to expect I t, and little to fear, l by the channel through the I Peninsula of Florida. : work. Citizen These rPinrU: Laic

List ofptissciuri'rs! t.f the A"lfll.1fIlSI"-1; i I. upon him will be well paid position assumed. Did hesnpport the Proviso I It is my present intention to follow up the j! (;lIiz ns of Florida If we Lave :he been thrown together in rather;;> bnsrj anddiaconnectPii
Lindsay, child. and 'c'n'lfIt.11'0. I II.G. I. h.e.
lady : he; must infallibly: loose all hope of Vii- subject: and show the people how rnicn: leas spark of I the divine feeling of }h
Wright, child and scivani, ; Mrs. l P..s- one of those days. Lf the brave; old man I' ; mmj ; mm&er; ; but if I bav-: suc-

sailaigue and child. ; Mrs. Matthews: \1{ srs. maintain the calm immovable: aspect, the gioia, f. Carolina Alabama: Tennessee.Louisiana. I they are losing by defering- the \ 'od\. j[, itt J Il'i'il now be kiudlcd into n flame. Remember ct' lt'l in Btrrjietino1 the notice rf some rnnrc:

C. D.: C. Rhind. i'. 'J.ason, A. S. d'il- serene composure. which the consciousneps I Arkansas, Missouri j Mississippi. You all admit, that when produce of nil I the ninny .sacrifices: of Immtn life able writer rpm this snbjeer I shall: cicsider -

)ernun.; A. F. Miller, and llitru". of diitv intp;'lrc. The ;\ImililraIOI! cannot /- Georgia; and Texas-0 Stales ; and }he could I kinds is most icadilv; ;got to market, it ahvav? that have 'been made upon the dlO"erous } ays..lf i !)trcbntry! rc'-ranler'

Q1icCTSflthc fla/--Capi. \\ tl..on : Male l humiliate him. Tiic; 'lple do not 11I1! hope to make up his loss in the Northern commands! the highest price. I In the last t !, reefs of the South I- AN Ar.iL.w.itu.v.
W.J. Fisher, Clerk J. L. Wmidriiti: with I
wife child and servant ; Steward 1. \V."Walker. forget )him. I Whig; States. 15y supporting; K'ivcr :accounts: from Columbus: : (a., we (find that I How m my"a. -Ir 1n;:' r's f :Joontv sr>rr Tnr
IESPO =fJHLlT Tiie '
Cint-tnarj
[Sln'mllla" Jljl/liJiU'tw. BUI I v.hatvas the course of the Administration I :and l Harbor iiill, he might feelsuv-of Io\'a,1 coltlln1":1< commanding: a higher price at I IIas death t1''ntnrd u;IIIU oir: r'o.H.I ; Chronicle thus 'fies: the err."tsr>f .: ,...

? 1 sought) to sup'Tecdi him by Wisconsin Illinois Indianna: Michigan, that place, tint it did :,1 t cither Macon orMontgomery. And !fri"'nl!? once partc; -1. mvnnoreJleturu'd mett: .trI >.ite conduct r of the war -li.:

MUSTANG":- tells the following anecdote ;placing a c' 'ill over his head.; I It tepeatedly { awl perhaps: Ohio. In Pennsylvania: and .\Ii. How do yon account I to love tj.'.-ir native siiore. Xai"n.ll f.x"rtrrive: ujwi ?

There was a little incident which occurred peatedly made: umvnilhy Its ,friend elitist in and Congress was rl'fuilt,1 ] '! New 'York his chances would Ic lilt sillh': : for this fact Tlie: freights down the river j j jj know that no estimate can be put upon 1. In May. I?.ifj.; the Frri; '"TIT r'ivM; !
.i! j the value of human lilV I but th a ;p.uE'r.: p-wei t.> coil! wr.t. w !11"npn, ; i v "
with the I i- the
to Capt. Mason in one of his reconmiis- emle to cast censure a I impaired, because: of his oppos'iion to I the j together wharfage storage, weighing. ; wasting
sances. which is worthy of ('1'. ]It became III'II been !linked 11"1 .lalll'that andhonor. !! I : draing., and {lightering i I away of t human life f by idleness or fdeasiMi. rout tess rhm .o.ot) (: ) vulu: .t --i t<.
1:11.1': to \ I! Pro\'isfI-and with the patronage 4)l'tlt't : ; Apalachicnh ; nnprofifabte ; :. V'iM iun..efS Iwve Hlwav! stood ri'v! wt
(him '
necessary on nnlucc3.il.n for' togo (;'I. Scott, rvhn.I] one time a-; t ( ;eteral: Govetnment( in New Yotk, 'jertO'l and the burden of high insurance! around{ labor, is ns great a sacrifice of humanity Itij SNvwe.I J .

order very to close ascertain to the its enemy's true ;position.breast; r.oik As,he in plied in \il; fill active 'f'n'irc.:1" ordered I through the army of oflil'c-lwltJ.I.: with the Southern Capes; of Florida! do not ::s though so finny human br.ins 3. HI pt h .* cr ;'fed 1."ofa!..c,"'-c ri:I. nt fv;
taUe the cllid'CIIUlma ] of the I line of
to
II: I were buried in their silent/ N I I tliil! 'rf.it '.I'ri"ll.--a:'-t'JT.* f.. r>i irmMU:
!I the
!
approached a Mexican: officer rode out operations from \ 11:1 CruGen.. Taylorwas : the ranie support in PI'nu"'j'\1I11J.I : and that} t nstl; pinch as same expenses fromMontgj graves. <>w. ;
;
!
I-.J caused, otr '''tiy or inla-ec.;; tii atyr'r'.rtit
with Iwo of his escort', and tame np within avery condemcil, to the :apparent! : seclusion and I <(.f the Slate (Government ::III'd. h.' hhlt2lithope incry: Ala. ; nor as much as the ,I there are more than Sf'venrrtlil1Qr,11. fiuI ( .
I Il'f'tJn'Iw'nt I I pt tlIr| -r to ;,ferrite tbr- !:::ntneriu :
shott distance. vI" Maou drw I
his revolver. i'he'1exirtrtthen n Capt. of the !Rio Grande.; The! whole: tof to overcome t the opposition: rngei.dcrcdby freights on ihe rail-road from Iacnn to Sa- man brings passing and rcpassJn r tlu'!: sonlh- re: tir'.d at I'-.i-i t.rH' li.tt-.L

ill Spanishsaluted its regular (force, with the exception of j I vannnh, Ga. low I much 1 ern coa.st every w'ar. Alb wing ten dI\:. 4. Curi : his ,
(ittn(1 1I10rniu::' Tie! Capt. 1''; his :lIiti.\\ lmc,1 Proviso ol'il: OI.S. His greater. then. J I r--1- j j.Ii't-i Ht -tn-I; !l ten
hunch
ed
ponded. The Mexican then said. *You some Gen.; s-jx S 1'IIlI.' Thrr'1 guru was tittles taken hs from he bett him: ,'1 chance to gain, the !latter .Stales aided by the must be reduction of freight and the days for pissing and! ten.s; l ifife--a.-| sing. CCV r"Z;!trl"J:' i i' ::;f !irtrj.Tuns .
bv :: I '
seem to be very curious : suppose you come stripped of the 'flower of his army, to swell I i I influence] of; the Government; wo-iM be: better consequent high, price of the planter's; pro- i there will be twenty days kef !hy etrht; and I Ip'e f his ihe !Pl" "; l -uf I has Il.T.I: ;j" I tr-II iTf

a little closer." No 1 tlnnk you, -ir : I the legion* of the new commander.: 'r. 1 1-:1:1.1:: II i I than would! be his prospects, should that duce. if this channel: ) were constructed so j i passenger. or altogether! I L"re will be I. f 'rcr-roMunui. s/: : by Ct.mr.s* the: ;lo.tow.n! !

can see very well from where 1 :UILtlk time he Ins pti.'ity! :ali: lIitll'L He Ias: i three ;!thousand fight: hurtdre-l I an..I! itiirfv-
influence be nscd him as to cut ofi" insurance, ind lime. Let
agait.s tither{ for save } '
Re.'iil.ir ) ,
:
inside sir ; we will endeavor!! ; to tr*at you given his sword and his anoth arnv..h ) I'" rJ.Ij'f'f'f .
armor to r. | 1
well the the tiOttiation the! > illustrate tins sis year* sit time lost, during one sliorryear. '- : ; ... ... Ii...
;as as accommodations of the ramp Who has ever heard him, intirmurVlio: or :al election.; t subject: by a practical ex- 1 > .s..1 1lhl )

will enable us." "I I am much obliged to ha; heard him complain ? Thus we may see I that 31 r. DaHns! rouldprnmi I amp!". Suppose' that one vear's cotton If we nilow I') .\': rs to l>" the Litof" \" u r..;..!.ir reginunts..I: .t.:; '.i i c!" .

'you. sir. for your ki "1n".", hat 1""fr.- Thf't'r' is hut one instance: flf his declining! : f .t' hmivelf: by means: of the; pb.ifions j crop amounting, to l. (OiVW):) bales of coti!i, man, then each .vear wiil; wifu"s.'ff'. :.i j'trr; I -
taking of ) futureoccasion. \n ef... ... .... ... '. '' .
your hospitalities fill some toield! immediate Jnannn tires ::err: :;> < ,1 rrf: !
acquiescence! in the : he has i-.ssntnr-d! IIt'oll.s of ill) SwuheinSlates ton, wax I lying: in the Gulf! ports ready! for absnrbc*! bv. fterniu'-ar' .l lost
And] holding his .
spy glass tot wishes' of the! Adattcal.tratinn.; Its nler:, )he \ ( Tlii l ; :ice. irrtFr'-se time* and:! iu .':is ciTV" !! ,
his eye, he continued, I only want ai toe has always o\'f tI. The o--cnsion: to which j t r'rrUa.,1-.i Western :Suites t: at-J pro- shipment. Suppose; the average {price to ;; to man mtJ. by neglecting (Ills: : work. I :nt t.im-i:' fs" tu'f'.ntf t0''t. ;-, { .. ,;; 1)1by : .1'I
:
present to see how you arc sit icit" d. I can be 7 : () for ihe whole! i! JJ'-sjdes! this, whoever reriairiH far? i* frrJtl
we trierytvas. when Gen. :"II. :after u: 1'1'11I1i!i I.ahly,1'1. and I I'tt1tl, 'y'atlil.d"I! centor yi7.i:0.0/iO, ]I 'I ;m nrr! Tiere 'appronri.iri'i; i r (f prov.: .
see two guns in embrasure. (nf; in barbe. ill all his : the water! an J make! ?; the ilrsert! { Tli"ievrrr! tCP nt'MnNO.V !> r .
= regular*, adiised him to fall hack: tn which if the \Xurlhf'rn"hi run a'ilnnt crop. The rates of insurance 1 from the place r. st

and little I further think you to the have Id one,. That in :c-ubrasure I see a from Saliillo to 11utst'] -tey. It \.iIlIH: rpo.1: 1 \\ I Prmi i candidate!: would ;je the Gulf port are 111'er{ cent. ; but from Sa-j:, !Llossoiu t as the rose;' t; ls! means f.f giving I r rs: ron'htoral; 't*hi i'IC.ihcft! all.I L.; 'I'.:-
mm lected that during the I rumors of our defeat (!it'r m.e war ; (.'nr:rC c lla::II'I'II :of r'rI : :
mueh food' I
loading] I do think will be olJlhf'rn'lli Stat'-s If F.'oii.hi.: : XoriliCaroiu vatmah or Charleston{ I cent. The j .s-ii an lif'. to f tfitre i;halitarh! ? .
not only ,
men : per j '
your you ,
.
',
I in the memorable 'flJtl'sl| Melt ensued the j I I ,I :;tll.: ;::::4 .rL'jU1. !." 'fl' 1ltl, :; .
able to bring to !benr" on mp. :1" 1 will Keep : ; j atd! Tllt'lt' difl''icnee! j is 1 i cent the ; of the I earth. The ewisrtfr.ui of( tli. i '" '
:!, iv-niitekv.
:, l Union published; letters t-om Gen.; Tailor, | Maryland !J per J. :: ;: Golfjpotn. j i ;:," you between it and myself;" an-1!, moving showing very cle.u--Jy! that! the :;'spon--ibiity:!; strongest prob.iliy:' exists tint the-e will !; I If we climate lle ;average price offa cliannel: would: dr.rin th! (* ricifsf {.uj-f.s t,l i iI i,I /-.OJ ..NT M: art t ill'n! !*!R*., vc'/t: : l. '' A1 t tI ''.

round a little to the right. Ito routined) his of I his I i I lung i ,....,, ,' 1"1' rr".. ... .., i',,.. 1' ,
po-iimn make: ih
th-jti
in tiit!; butt!I" rested! upon; ; be no Whig National CotiV't.lion.; If not, i' bale, of cotton at twentv-f i! ht dollars Fi-iiida i [ hnu'.s III' rivi-1.iI. [ I I 'I' ro"pr I '
'observations. One of the escort: then -pok; .' his own )head.; Ii. did ii .iced He declined ;I i I I. i I / '( / : -s-- .>t::;>iif-.i I' .C 1' ,
; /tfon. and I of J.
; ; a rinr"'rv I d--Vnee.( titi I
in English and sj'id+ 4t Von Ii -cII.I.( : then there 7l'II,1' a Wili-iot! J>rovio 'aIIlJi- | then arcoiding to the above\ (!,Ita. the extra'insurance the I Ii
'
you rctiriag to \1"ulI'I'I\-II.. even advanced ; i i i :10,1 ::!..J l If: -'IIi1'I'; : fr it.i! "HI.I.\! I.r. Ir I :le
'know better than to com" in here. 11.1 was date run I by the 1IIIIIf'111Yllj, we have to overt Atbntic; WirhJacoochcc St. JuhnV il;.w out uf| .
beyond .Saliilio:, --lIfJ. lion JiiiinrifY. '. but ; :-*, :iid in f pay \ ;i's: ; /?" i 11- f.iec i in .:!. fr is ; : "
to get hold) of you, ),1 cut y iir: d-<1 ( such. !i ; will be tn' cfitls l i'.c. !I i the Ilvt-rghilr-s., and their fall!! li )un liur went j i! [ .'' ,- *. ; .;. .. .: .
for military; reasonsvhicii he :Jill tho<" j event George l 1;L Dallas, thong1! run- j; port- (11.1 mif. pff < orIJulC ; j I f.'ir f!> // rit I.: lid .1:

throat.44 That Capt.fellow Mason then said to the officer published! 1 letters, and whicii but a few t days; i j I nit as the nomine* of a DemocraticConvolition 'I llUHIltimill i1',!-...(.(u thvHF'llltf lnl- I and the ta.l. i i.s conclusive proof that: the I I I',r"r--.' .: ,,"r. fit trivs: ; ar.tf r..; <. M'-M.I! )

: English but he of yours, j.cak'et"; tier their ptI>!ication, wile stampedvnli;) will receive tlic.Viiig' tars on a single rmp (if(Inn. If the chanj ; 1 j I waters of the "Kv.-rlatle: : : : are cnn..i' y;:.k: !.v of the armi.. i. "'-n_";;:r''.. : !rr IIMVVA .
assuredly
good m kl'1'1': bad l u: the bro.id! seal 4)i'a vitorIhar astonished i| tit 4- ins..,. ita liter he'T: ;: a ... :.: 'I,, :.',:.
of it, and his scurrility is in striking contrast: !lie world. The M<'\ieaii; defeat I in the'i i Vote. ,j net I were constructed, we would have to pay i, higher- thai! the level ol't ilse iJitlfof Mt xr." -- .- -

with} your own respectful language. If we desert" prated v.hat; he predicted it would. The only' other matters which if :alien' only. .j per cent more than: th Atlantic; : Connect Itt! rivers, and Iieepen flu ciian: (;r.I: IThnl L.\x :. I', t't-t: )h." I I' ,!!, rMt"X.ff'lk"

had him in our camp we would teach: him be utter disorganization: ; of the finest army into consideration: possibly alert the ports. Thus0111,1 save A per cent of; net, and the dry land! and fertile oil Wori'lappetr. .,( :11,11 trait '.5.i r.4..1'dn dt, ; .,111' "f
may !
to be more respectful. The Mexican} ; ot i- they had! ever rais-d; I and hung like millsione : How I i-s now ;p>-:t I1d. it! te! S:; i-: (.: '..' in".
a lii/ru/rcil thousands of
insurance 111:0
hijpjjv:
calculation have or innsifttfsriifc many
wc made !d} .J''rn' :
certhen rode onto one side. Mi : aIJOtl
Capt. "'UI. that New f ti Loral lias ever !I. ei 1',1WiI !
the k of that ,
who had been rnakinghis tbservatinns; dur- njfiin n<'' itepnbiic up; tobe I to give difiV-rer.t tnusirurlsrfnlii,1)d(1 marl.jiftifdrtfliirj !t families might be thus be! a
II hour fir| her convuUi\c and likely rc"uiliu the :'res- !. thirst if isiiitres-.fij{ nil: rtii :I..dird*
ing the whole time of the conversation said (-lJ"i'I rt very at the gates of her capital.; 11\111"1' idetitial flection.v the nomination }I'an (ITtH I. The saving of insurance alone, j t"ul home, under tie! banners freedom! ol tfiriltv l.itniie-i! run ip a ''"'"''::111) nt

to the officer, 'I I have no desire at present :arrlt'.tl'li'lie\thtlitils1itinn'Till! ; ld give j; Aui-\'.'ilutot Pl'fJvi5oVlli by a National l for two successive: J tears upon the cotton i I low many luxuries and necessaries of life I afiluetice. tor a sit !'tamiy.! The r.liniat! .

to be brought!, within: the ration ofyourguosnr.a voice ti, the *vvelhiig }H'al't of the 11ui.nltiurcly would .j might then; be obtained free ft heavy ts. ->r claims to t.e. the repnsij'aMve: of
Having Ica rncd all 1 I want to know :about ConventitiJi., or ihf. rfrl-f--'Y_ rn.. ././//,' ctrl ../*.Jr,, crop only, more than dig the chan ; ont tVo-ii theHrili.'h wfipn
F' / same grnnt'-e | cn-vvp,
your position I will bid you good morning, slut; where| noxv it could gleaming sav.: blade"Go; has from destrov-1 this; 1l.-it'i,!Sin-,1,! ami $ip- nel. Each: and every planter! who makes j| taxation and foreign mtcnfiction.Fellow said; erovn ha.f! as nitit-ii ;atll lonv, t" '.rut
your
sir;" and then returned to whc'rp he had fd the last vestige;'lJf hostility go, aid \ Mir pfJrl to ttitcful Tnijlor. If the Wilmot: "tic lnttn/rr h.ilcs i>f cfiKon a yr
'left his escort, whirl until 111:1 had lnenunseeti country, md reap new laurels: in another Proviso continues) to be I i'tll'd. aid i is make an annual saving of ftflfin dollars aml\!\ can arouse you, then defer not this: Mate* raw have tn o..a l Iirus: ill:H 'i.if:'. A

by the :Jf'"il:1I, ,thin rod:: back to : lidl; !. \Ve will I no l-ji.ger seek to keep you '| made a lest question it: the Presidential: Sfrf.lIfl/-/ mils if this channel writ tOtifolnicl'c1. work for a moment. Ileniember! that tur I fntnily named! Vassal; tent fit-f!) Iraly: !' iMtsgi :=
the fort, apparently much mortified and) disappointed I of Jarti'-s ar.d ((! '
in ii' m tie reigns ; tr
i obscurity and inaction. I''it The ) ; i
no. Let adlor them subscribe thisi I country is engaged, : iti a which it wishes
that he had :11,110 coi.tist, we see but little! probabiit i!; tha the war. -
'
tot 111'1 decoy gieat" warrior whose victory: of ucna; \ 1..la ieI.I. :and arqcirc: crv.it wt-alihand: il.liI'!
>
the captain into the trap that had been set has been acknowledged: by veteran generals |i j Whigs of the Union can: : act together ir sej :1!.,, amount (for two years in succession, and :; ', close in I the shortest possible; time.j .- eiM-e in L"mf!(>::. S.,m" nirnt:> r> r't> 'i'i'

for him. of Kurope as one. of the extraordinary j' letting a candidate. Outweighed a; the thev would be ever ;afterwards exempt fiom i j j JVig the channel immediately, ;and! the ch'apest : fitntlv v.m rot \etv EnLm.ih! the I'lymotith : -

MANI.T.UTIIII-S.: achie\c'oieiits of histurv. was consigned: South miiFt I.e in a National Convention, it high insurance. Planters of the South : and most sieetlv communication will: be colonists tn.! :tt tplire.! I l-ige "rdl1:9of :

A pOU\t of iPogia cotton, which is now I i miserablerr.so: t/tf/y:whicli:! the Youngest I would be fully In into one. The Look all I.immense quantity. of.1 brcadslnfl's, ?!I opened with the Atlantic rltes. Tiutik land there and in ilii* \';r.t !Inilifs., -
worth an'' <.f our J5rigdiers: would,h have hern abundantly I go uilv imeans ThostVtst Iiuhart sraittss ln-i-omiiig, very
the
only cents to -
eight ,1\pr. (: t I by which. the election of ; 1 lead iron and other articles{ of cxpoit r. an- !j not that this war will be over fJcf01t'lhedlalllll'l
))
be into clntll worth forty ('c'ul". capable to fill. From the ''!(/ f George valuable! ; ,'siatrs in the tour>e i.f t two u.lnri. : -
1atlsormet 1' 11 President Dually floating down the rivers of the Gulf: '! could be completed., A channel .'. inhi-ritrd l Holland anti
In 400 per cent. to its value, the rbruant (\(, nj t., this hour, (;icuc.rul Dallas as of the United Slates, I t were by Lady ; ;

manufacturer wil pay ouP, -hail' of the gain, 'J lll'r Ins Grin <''innlnuittil tl position t>fyffnicr can be j pll'\ Jledo1l far as we can see-and 1 and the immense amount of manufactured. 1 I:: dug in 1Vl'nrIa. .,'" by seventeen hundred this upon: the foum'aiion ot a ri'+ al or guvfrtimental -

equivalent to .4 cents for the ui'itfiii!. tilmriirilif 'ittJ less rr.spunitihililij Ihnnliuil :' aiticSes going tlie.se rivers from the !! is and I[ grant tit Urge ti-rr.ton:;! s t.) ocr:
: saw I so, no doubt! thought that gentleman, him- up .1t- ; men t just as cheap, just{ as good 1 asa I
ir'nrlt 1 lirlJ ; /,,' Idinr Jtaifl pat-lt"Idid one funil"I..l'u! !\ lii'i-tui
tn agriculturist fur (: I//fare I .Ji'il I I
ril. IW.II. "tPr. :j self: -will be the election of General; : Taylor' lands Ocean, :and say if .\111tlo not th'mki : channel dig in seventeen hundred days clf
'J"II tin. too h wlnlv lmitlred dtfoivedpiopeHv
cheese \ and! (: for strurl HH Iii 'celal1c"0,1 be cou'unwIIII\that.101 f.sbn-; vorlllrad firr'ii'trn thai linnirus such u i! by the Whigs, and such pottions of the i!i thai: anv' ;amount of stun:!; 'von might take in by twenty men. II'the money can be uh- which they supposi-d, tu he their

.colhinlo thp and their depr-ndcriTs.: ( )na sddirl'1)} j is ibis so.' I Has J: h(' done I Democrats :as may feel attachment to I the ;! this proposed dl1II11'1olId be very +roft- :'\! lained, the more laborers employed, the own. Floreutrus and! William Yass-all. IWO

fair average, it will be f/mnII'! ; threefifthsof auIJtiflrc tli.U peiiod! to render him LLSHworthy ur.in, and admiration of the line of rondos; !; -ie! \ If you dig the channel, the lax upon !j: cheaper will be the channel. descendi'ius of llie family, became lag** pro-

alt that the people! "I Georgia pay for the confidence of government, or I lie may propose to pursue if elected. these :ailicles; : will soon pay fur il, while iu''p II 'iti/.iMis' of Florida Is it not evident to prietors iu the Plymouth patent in ,!; chusetts alit the Waldo in .Main?
cotton, iron, : leather coods im- less able to seive his; country ( patent
.ler. the meantime, you may carry your cotton )1111. that the more sparse jour population \':illaunr.1..SIH' Pi\weiiil]
.porte I {rom goes to the f.irmers oJ \\ UlI' r. sjning and summer, have p"'I':1; : grant from the
.other States, or lIal ill Whoever heard a aWI\'. and still he hits beneath; th-! Walnut 1.1I:1.T1LIP.: ; : through free of shags.i I the more heavily: will fall! the Stale debt, Cump-iny. dated in 1771 I. covers :a f.'rty-

farmer complain that. there were too marry Gr.ae, near Monterey, knowing; no change:. At the last session of the Legislature!. a 1 have repeated the maxim, that lilllc and the State government upon .\ onrshoulders eight part of the Kfimrbrc I'atr'nt. and) 'i4).
skilful and industrious in his monotonous confinement, saltaal hill the Senate I ? ('llIdc.llr! t portions of Hal': ".wII I!, Ao.tista.
mechanics in his passed to amend I the (Charter: was money ; and now, let u.s look at the Supposeouhavu! a State! debt of
occasioned successive of i I and Gardmilcr; and niurtv thoiisand: acres
deparlue.s
: :
neighborhood to consumedl: tl,1 h" had to portions of this City.. Tin I House passed the Mil practical operation: of this fact in the case : So,000,000( (), audmikuan! efTort to : the )
!pay the Waldo the
sell, and furnish \\lnt he had to the: of his- IItlllflrcl: for the line of Vera in patent of l'UIIIIIarunnl
chepest rateV1)} have these pro'dncer IJ:1'; *. CrnThere' he remains. his victorious !! with: siindiy ameii'lmciits, to a part; of which befoie us. When you come to examine; interest. on it'itlt a population 4)t'tine "rankrta0(1 JIatfgor.; Flurt'lIlill"'a.alr! :

these mutual consumers, 400fl milt> apart. ? sword rut-tlug iu its scabbard, while 1'illow! the :C'III.fll"t'tl their assent. The I Housealierwaids I the. question, you will ail admit with m(>, !i hundred thousand, it would,! require three claim covers the I ben farms; null houses in

.The depreciation in the price of cotton. Ctishiug. Lane; ;and! others air permitted to receded from the amen
.sustained hy the planters and dealers this seeks disiinction and! renown' ill a slining disagreed to, :and of course ihe bill, as oiiginally 1 liinfffr to go around the Southern{ Capes of i! maud ; but with a population of Three lami Somerset and the towns of! VassalhoronS"Sidney ,
in in (: of their dependence field Therein! i is imprisoned, like a caged Pittsion, iov\ilinham. Mercer lon-
_year Gt'fJii. nn'Clllf'ICC', would build- eagle while his ear catches tl?e roar of the passed by the "II."I', with. the ijFloiida I than it would logo through this i' tIred thousand: ;: it would require only one mouth, and St'vl'ralolh\'o. It also cover

twenty or thirty large mills\for the manufacture distant battle; and his heart p-inls to break amendments arc'edln by that body, became proposed channel to New York. The; daily j i' dollar !from e ch individual pay tin in- extensive and very valnabel! 1 tracts of wild'(

of this staple J.t t home.Ve arc now its inglorious bonds, and plunge //mill into a law. The Senate Committee; on I Komllmcnts : I expenses of a vessel, carrying: one t thousand; !' lercst. 1 Is it t not then plainly the interest of! lands. The present claimant i is a daughter'

quite at the mercy of all sorts of speculators the centre of the storm. well is ;i hero's repotted the bill "clJrrrrfl.Jj'"i'pt !V-/;" !. bales of cut lou, are estimated at twentyfleedollttrs I every inhabitant I of Florida I to in of ..l1)hn.eall Davis, Washington City,
)in London and Liverpool, to a not bine ol such a patriot's reward! \ I engage the wile of 1)r.1'.ette, who has lately colu-
the of bad ) The deemGen. ) the rejected :amendment i i.s printed with ; or, for ten days, the expenses of i some general piau, by which the StateWoulti : meticed suit:. One of the Maine journal
contingency we are sure, would
potato country
Iar\fsts.
Ac. This dependence, i now worse 101. Taylor mote than .i justified i should! he the rest of the act. The amendment) iu 1111i. vessel would amount in tiro hundred''' become populous! u :and wealthy ?- savslh.it, "if) these claims be establishedof .

than colonial i in fOot ruinous to the best now rc'silIl.is subaltern command. Without question, iclaios to taxation by the Council; iud.llj'lij ilutliirs. There will be. one thousand What oilier plan can be divided] that would which there can be no doubt( the I->vi;

interests of the States. a complaint; or a single impatient word and gives them 1 power to exceed the limit seven hundred cargoes of cotton, of a accomplish so much in one effort} as this amilv" will become one of the-r very weallil-

Citron (and tf{ff. he Ins bore long enough the indignities of named previously in the act, ill case the thousand bales each, to be exported Thus( proposed channel I This i is no sectional; t' 11I New Englauti-J'I: I I. True Suit.bri'tltern .

Mr KINUMIM M his sit oatjou Self-respect may at last demand rate specified, should fail to raise a sufficient these ten dais delay, will make an annual 1'literl'l'i'-1I1I selfish undertaking but its PKIMK.-"My ." said! Swift in :aerutun .
F(IIa ltnTIf that he should !leave a post where he ; ,
amount of revenue to the current loss the ,vessels uf ( hundred andticeiitijjict benefits will there are t three sort of I pride ol
N. Y. Courier states hat( somebody il can: no longer be employed, except as, :i pay city upon four [ extend( to all the present nut!
birth of riches and of talents. I shah not
has sent Tom Thumb ',(louse weighing sentinel over ,fields which his valor I lias; expenses, and the interest on ihu city debt.So thousand dollars. Here we see I future inhabitants of Florida. .Millions! of
now speak of the latter none of being
you
forty fac l'0l1ds on\\y. made immoHal. much for sending men tutho [.egislatii tC that the loss sustained by the vessels carry'I men labor hard, night and day, to be re- liable! to that abominable vice,"















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A 'E I 12 ( t1 For rv Yorlc. Tai Collector's l Sile. i iBY Ii I'I; ; :- ; Il ICli'r. I '
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I description ol Washington i ilit j jE i i iii ] aj (1 1it ; ('t) 1414' UEntFtir
1 je, ; .+- THE locular packet hrU WM. I.JQXT .. virtue ot' the authority in me vested bIrui.t I II ) t

1i'E .Mrs. Jolm Ad 1..1 . .. Nov. 11. l'r ile abut' Tor trei bit .. I 7 i I t H) > n't i 'un i '. : : : jo -."II"a tar
of the ciir ;1t that Ieriod p,11.! ,lif.y b-ioiM'i tlu1 ( .itv of Apalichicfilt, on Mon ca1s : ill'+ek h:,* If'- I t. I I"! -
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bas }. lu !. D''JE)! Mh oi J.1a\lti > : -ox QtRrnctY
: : nits hcfv.fen the }hours '
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small without AllRlVKl). lock Ki8 !(its ii a I '? h: iricii lr;. u.':mi. n \' ", '
cot
,, and there is a ?; ]11 -It] > iV.tterst. i ;N : ; i.vHLKu; i-ExtfitV
oVV : A. M. troll fur I'. Mtlu1 il iiuvvir. real
"" XovS-rr-7AiHei: ___ ts"ts't'iattd -, f 1 Ki-k 1 t 10) lots i :s 1 tu 1 H, : ,t ,
e, Ilan inters )et'sed among the to No'rMou.CcCo.t,. ILUiock, fa New York, VVV V in the City of Ap.il-cl.i'-oL! (pressed .w i j I Itk I !II [ttfs, )tit.- i < < :VIC1'I3'1411! 1J REVfER".

throi'_ 1 w'"r'' '! eau travel' flit *nil'' 's *' X tr: St-hr L" (r n !mp. :iarr. fin X CHan- V L t 1 !}tHt, fhi* pt'urtv} o{ Lievvis ( arils aiiiS J"_c't ti JA.U- bf! r!k 142 >!stswn It.- i i : WEssTML: rlJt: REVIEW,

'iPx prince a lanuati IK-IMS. The IIOU P >.tn li- cbr $ t T lUon Kukbifiu New= r. : -J. VV ) rIn'ft1! i ii) i-in: 1f! the Apjlachicola! LTH! Coir.jM'iv .- ).S ,tjk 1-S3 l Irfv. r,' .- I to 10 us.blucL : ANEE'
1
aJ and' M'1'' scaly refuiiinj > Orleans.N"OV,8.7W. Late ) i'rs i mill ii tilt P> i ari ivdl pay the! Taxes 1.I1$ 1 iota t Huh 1 ta 10) lot ln:I. 1.. ,l.:. :. FLACKWOODS;
( of .ll/HHS, (; t> ) 1)lNF11tG1I9LtG:1ZINI:
block
flu, lV!5 lots i )
to 10 ineiti-tv
** i; 'f nnL 'wifU New York lor J l17, :i--5K>d thereon and arrcar nos urim j' \ "I J
"liii to attrtid and ktcp the to in unpaid '
M.jvjiit j \\int3Pon-rX-ro. rWiCTTLL! \ oilers I hi.: ser- !>!1>ck i iiO 'IS t tiftv 1 tu bMncI'i-ive! in-ini/i k. ,; : ,
to tl.e't t ite I 11 f Florida and the Coiiatv 11 I'r
*" mi' 'n l ireOwr; < <'*'rcould 1 ron-1 JinV L Ione Tyler fui Xew York AN trr3 to the citi/ens? "I 1 A|> .i.iclit- ih rvvitii tnk- {>''>< I !7 tots ns 1 to incbi-Hc t' unsiu, HA' The above Periodicals are repri* fwl i ir i Xc\v
.'* to h.ilo4 lliec.istut! ad\crti-eiiciit and .
1.rlf! almost any where fur direr Indi e. cola, and the county of l''i.uiklin block 1 is; lots nos Ito 1U inclusive wr 1t' ': : Ynrk immedufi-ly 05 their arrival bv the Britisrtf
t 'vO ra sjl Y aul: vv iucii said reel e-tatc is de-cribed as block 14 ti! lots flog I to 10iRcn-v! I'I i : I i- ,' mer= m a hc-inhht! clear
In. forests -r.rjj Virginia ot' ,n fine white*
surrounded can \ou j Collins flit New Yoik generally in the line his tvrwv
lint pru- follows the il.tunf Mock 1nlotsitt123 I '
said
'. !ts: lo ui City, vit.iUock i 7 S J> >l> KM.Ii. : l and
V I luttntul
Holiiu'itca I. pi.i4
i are
turt 'r ; >
,,, ;that wood is not la be had, because > > t lr 3iol.: 11irln, tlonthly: e.inar ; A, nti, e i, lots IICH. 1 to 11, inchiMW, hlct'k 1-7-7 htr l nos 1 2 3 4 7 S !> ltm:ii.r;. : v d\ MA ct $ tt.etrigiral--'
'*'f be I'uutd I to rut or tart il ? ni r Q'liwv, Allen, fin fliatlahnorlipe. inuniratn>n with the principal binek5 i Irt3 i not 1 to 1't iodasvintntii.'r'Uf,I i\i.\"Kvr/oosf x ?:AZIS;: bt.ii,? an exact facMr.i -
ranloi) Mearaer huutufrncr ThoniiM l UilhIlptVt'd ; tncA! r.uie 2. lots nos. 1 <;;, t'-, ; : &it'
fin Columbus. > oi ibe ib-irub
; i t, : Niirthern ciho* IIP vi nl be eiiablodliini i Eil!' r i V] : I t. Itl t 111tICSRi .
Hijff rif > if
nude 1 ilsita1er1tl but then i-; 1 t1, 11! J 5, II I, U'litn1Sroved block A, ransc 2, >> i <-tr juniiit .ov : ,
i :
P t k{ In -!) hp.Hi: jus it all! time-* bits > : block lt,7 lou nns 1 U 3 4 7 ti 9 10 it'iuu/r'n-': : ti- prick' ot the Rppj T-t are lea* than one
in it fiunsUrd.Vc lu.s.2.4 1, 5, In, i improved : blor-v H, rju+rl ,
n.H' ijitrtin"nf: CLEARER block tm-si .f f i;fm-i'
Iitg +
{, ,,, with Ihr Nt:11'1: wT' \M Lvr-T: ts nos t to 10 mctiK-rT" "n">t r- ( t-/ t.ft p.- a'.d vrblletfci'V:
,, II!P 1 least fenc *. \ ardoi'liMii ether _cn- i Kovfltis Al J ilnm, Howard l, for New York, V V_ I'j. viis ( K *. v, I'fttKt-d 1 If.u I is is. :>% in, a; jit;, 11, uiiiutpiovtd : It4r u-u; i 1 1I tt t! t t- i i. .- 1 n. SO nr: ;u .I 1 1i tllv vu u.11 ur, tb ev ail:.rtt all that ad-
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and the :r"t nnf n; JN't1 I1Mtti tllij/. .airing'i! n ririrHttt Fn htDiiiaL'i; "uuHUprnv i ; i > 1 i t 't '' ittcitt oyt'I the ;, GL1Bit
\.v lot nrl1) e i >!* n 2 :.1 4 1 { .', .
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in a iim
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Iiiale{ IafzrPl't)ecle*. Jt i" ol 1 iluUl.ickftt bur ( P1 urrrltAvV recrlas ed. :. ';. -'-, .., T. .f. 1 .. 1 I', .r ..-, V'T<.

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are aU i whit. Tlw trill nlxrratir'h' .- Ie: >_ '. '1 ':: r, C" ,L ., J i ;-n ii'.7'lil.ii .i iU i. U i I I i I ll \ r, :St 11 3

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