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LIBERTAS, CONSTITUTION, ET NOSTRA PATRIA.

VOLUME V.] APALACHICOLA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1847. [NUMBER 44.


E. J. E4ardin,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Of-, ifice, No. 6 Columbus Buildings,
Jan 16 Apalachicola, Fa.
Koberts, Allen Co.,
DEALERS IN HARDWARE, AND .SHIP
CHIANDLERY, IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
**: K l., AND CASTINGS,
'Anrd Manufacturers of .Tin, Irbn, and Cop-
per Wares.
Dec 12 Apalachicola, Fa.
WM. W. SIMS. WM. W. CHEEVER.
Sius & Cheever,
COMMI13SI ON JIERCHANTS,
Office No. 24 W.rber street..
decl2 Apalachicola, Fla.
W. T. WOOD. E. B. BALLOU.
Wood B& "sS ,
CO'NM ,I MISSION MER1E1C q ANTS,
Office No. 42 Water street.-Up stairs.
Jan 16 Apalachicola, Fa.
T Iia was Prestonl,
'COMMISSION MERCHANT AND TOBACCO
INSPECTOR AND BROKER.
No. 29 Water st.-Office second back room.
Dec 26 Apalachicola, Fa.

;FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS;
No. 48 Wate.r street,
Dee 12 APALACHICOLA, FA
Charles Rogers John Munn. Eugene W. Rogers.
Chas. So:er'i & Co.,
COMMISSI,_'N M N RCHANTS,
Water street,
-dec 12 Apalachicola, Fa
C. A. GREEN. C. H. CONNERY.
I Green Coavacry,
COMMISSION,-MERCHANTS,
No. 36, Water street.
APALACHICOLA., PA.,
'Pelican Mtual Insurance Co. of New York.
CHAS. A. GREEN, Agent.
Dee 5 No. 36 Water street.

: jkUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
f MERCHANTN,
No. 50 Water street,.,
Solicits patr'o-na.,e. APA.LAC-TCOLA, Fa.
.IP. W.' Cailest, ,.
"AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
241E]R'CR CH A NT...
Solicito 'd share o j'Public Patronage.
Oct 24 APALA.CHICOLA, FA.

COMMI.It ASSIONT,/ MERCHt-ANTS,
No. 13, St." Charles Street,
,. Ne~w-Orleans ,
ANDrEw S. CoOKS. AMos ffOrN.
--feb S.


HS. SD. Darden',
No. 2 Columbus Buildings,
Dec. 29, IS45., Apalachicola, Fa.
Pbeaijstuin Salter,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 43 Water street-Up stairs,
Dc. 18-i5. Apalachicola, Fla.


T. IA~istara & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 45 Water Street,
Oct. 24. \ Apalachicola, Fa.


ila~sciilindcN~


J. C. Allen,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS,
GLASS, BRUSHES, &c., &c.
also,
A general assortment of
BOOKS, BLANKS, STATIONERY, &c., &c.
cor. of-Chesnut & Commerce streets,
Dee 4 Apalachicola, Fla.


M OA-)FAt'S L[FE PILLS AND PH-(ENIX
BITTERS, just received and for sale by
Nov 28 H. F. ABELL, Druggist.


Saratoga Water.
Q;'UARTS and.Pints, fresh, for sale
April 17 t H. F. ABELL.
Gold Pens.
A FEW. of Woodward & Brother's superior
Gold Pens, just received and for sale by
October 21. J C. ALLEN.
:PaintS 'Oils, Window Glass, &c.
JUST. received per brig Gen. Wilson, a very
',.extensive assortment of White Lead, Paris
Green, Virdigris, Varnishes of every description,
-also a large lot of Paint Brushles, all sizes, for sale
by [Pet 21], J. C. ALLEN.
SEIDLITZ* Yeast and Soda Powders of the
best quality, for sale by:
July 17 J. C ALLEN.


Bay Bum,
OF the finest quality, just received, and for
sale by :[Oct 28] J. C. ALLEN.
R OSE and Lavander Water, for sale by
July 17 J. C. ALLEN.


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Ificulties that they. have thrown in. our way,
-and Mexico has been reached with only
about one third of the. force which was Ian-,
ded at Vera Cruz.. It is not au Indian or a
savage race that we have had to contend
with., but a people whose leaders ar.e highly
intelligent a.nd scientific, atnd whose-forces
have been trained in all the well-known arts
and strategy of modern warfare, Gun-pow-
der and fire-arms, in short, have put them
upon an equality with ourselves, *added to
which, they have had all the invigoration in,
spared by the genius of their.country, and
the fact that they were defending their own
wives and children from invasion.', '
Now, when we remember that, notwith-
standing all these difficulties and ianaers,
Gen. Scott and his army have planted the
American flag in a city "of'200,00 inhabi-
tants, atd that, too, situaied in a-lopulous
department of about a million and a half, ;o
say nothing of the large cities, and populous
departments left in the rear,--when we~re-
memder too, that Gen. Scott.has marched
there, almost without cavalry ( for whale heo
had is too insignificant in numbers'to deserve
the name of a.corps,) dragging his artillery
and t-rains through the heavy and'burning
sands of Vera Cruz ( where the most:al',|rm:
ing of all the hosts of fevers cut off his
men at every step.) and lifting them up of-
ten in the mountain passes, with his grape,
to clear his way-all i.hroug.h a -country as
perilous for an invader.as any,.in .the know
world, (as preilous even as tihe passes-of the,
Alps,) we cannot but admire and exult-over
the genius and perseverance, that.-have'been
enabled to do all this, no matter what we
may think of the cause of the war. We
feel Ihat it is a grand achievement of Energy-,
and one of which every, citizen.,. as well as
every officer and soldier,' may feel pibud,
We- know, that in the estimationof that part
of mankind, who count nations as'nothing,'
that have not the elements of war potent
with them, our country hasi.been exaltedq
and elevated. First and foremost amongth&e
nations of the earth, in agriculture, com-
merce and manufactnres, it is henceforrth .tQ
be counted first and fore'mast, also ,in th'e arts
and elements of war. If, such a considera-
tion save us from war or attack, an-d if at
the same time, we cease tobe a belig~eraut
people, good may come even frore evil, and
an unnecessary conflict with one peo-ple save
us from the provocations:;;onr tbe 1par) ol
others that might make war necessary witi
them I ... "
It is true, that the story of Winfield Scoti
is not complete, and is yet in aclioaj while
the work of Hernando Coriez is done, :and
written out'in the records of a.ce.utury'lo-rg
gone by. But Cortez and. his people ha'd
their noche trisfe, and were expelled-froan
the City,-, and if. Scott should be, it>,would
detract in nothing Trom ihe;.gio6ry of his ad-
venture. The .thing is proved, however,
that the eternal city ,of tle -;Aztecs,..tlie
Rome of the the new world, and the lofty
capital of the Spanish viceroys, has. been,
and if necessary, again can be, subdued by
our arms. Our flag has been raised upon
the porphyritic rock'sof ChapulAepee., an'd
amid the roar of artillery established over
the ashes, ,there, of Montezuma andlihls
ancestors. Less than twenty thousand-men,
in all have fought their, way for three-hun-
dred miles, and bought all this to'.;pass.
True, they are environed just now, and if
skill and science did not conduct, and- hero-
ism animate them, they would be overwhelm-
ed by the hostile masses that fret- around
them. The leader thai brought them 1here,'
however, will preserve them, we have hardly
a doubt. In due time (we trust i:t. may bq
soon) the relies of the illustrious band .will
be returned to their countrymen taoreceive
the honors that await, them,,, and-Wto e0j.oy
[he having it said, "See there, he was -.t
Contreras," or Cherubusco, or. Molino del
Rey, or Chapultepee. A grateful ancd dis-
criminating nation willknow howto areei(the
actors of these great things, ad d..to djsrin,
Pgnish them from the .cruel. cont-rivers!1hat
have made necessary the sacrificesbywhiich,
such great things alone could be done.-
THE GIRL WITH THLE, RED"i&.SHrLi.ON...-"
An exchange paper'tells the, f,,ll-wing sin-,
guiar story, which, we are satisfied is .no less.
strange than true--as we know.Mr. ,Weeks
personally ; and know .also that his "wor4.
is as good as hias bond. --_.". y. ,Globe. '
A yo,,nglady from: New York went~int0
the field near Jaamaica with a. red:shawl bo;
which so excited some turkeys that they.
made an attack on the fair owner. :.A sinall-,
dog that was wilh her seized the leader of
th~e bipeds hy the win,,., and his teeth.beea~mit~
entangled in the fealhers."i An~eagle oftre-";
mendous size, who had b~en n0,tUcfed about:
the neighborhood for some days,, observing:'.
what was going on, descended fro-m .his,
"home in the skys,'" and .with one .fe.1,1 swoop
carried of turkey and dog. His flight be-
ing somewhet impeded by his load, an uB-
feeling sportsman took advantage t her~eof, .
and. at a shoe, brought down. eagle, turkey,.
and dog In themaw of the'eagle w~as, t outed. ,.


a trout weighing two pounds ] If anysthink-
this a' Munchau'sen siory let them inquire op f
Caleb Weeks, Eaq., at his hotel, Ja.maica.-
He can show the birds, ebeast,- and- fish as '
proof of the truth. .. ,
OLD TIMES.-In a. volnum,-e of tbe Polii-;"
cal Magazine'. for the year 1781, published .-"
at London, which is. now lying'beforbe us', we'
find the following paragraph, taken from a,
R hode,Island paper:, ',
"HARTFoRD IN CONNECTICUT, May 8, 1781,'
"The Senatus Amedermicus ofYale Col-.
lege have conferred the doctor-ate of'Lawal
upon his Excellency Gen. Washingtoh, ari'd '
also upon -the reverend Dr. Price'of' Lon-
don." "' 'i "
,;..%
That was an impudent fellow who defined
woman, "1 A sign to hang dry goods on."
The present population of Tex'as is est6-

mated at 123,000.


there no joy-no consolation in bearing wit-
ness for God, that the Lord gave and the
Loid taketh away, and blessed be the name
of the Lord "? Suppose we suffer the ago-
nies of death like our Savior, who can tell
how many Centurians may say, "surely,
this was a son of God."
Do you see others of your calling in life,
prosperous and happy, while you are poor
and dependant? Never murmur! As well
might the desert complain of the fertile
valley. Did not the same creator form you
both ? Did he rob you, in order to give to
your neighbor? And has he not a right
to do with his own, as seemeth him good ?
If your neighbor's prosperity is taken away
for your sake, may not some future blessing
of yours be taken away for your neighbor's
sake? Envy not your neighbor. Perhaps
he has a great weight of, responsibility upon
him. A poor widowed mother, and help-
less brothers and sisters may be looking to
him (or sustenance. A dependant family in
a distant land is needing his assistance. A
heavy debt is hanging over all his success,
in business, and he labors hard to relieve
himself and family of embarrassment.-
Prosperity :s like a sharp two-edged sword.
It has proved the destruction of many ; and
it might be the cause of your ruin. Your
mind is. not sufficiently comprehensive to
judge whether you could bear prosperity.
You would judge yourself to be always fit
for, and worthy of success; but your Cre-
ator is all-vise, aud sometimes judges differ-
ently.
Perhaps you are troubled in your do-
mestic rel;ions; and your wife, your;chil-
dren, your servants, and your neighbors
are not altogether such as you would have
them. Never murmur! but ask your own
conscience, if you are always able to please
your own self. You, who haie absolute
command over your own body, mind, and
passions, shall often regret many things
which you have done, and many more
which you have left undone. Is it possible
for you to please yourself? You, who
understand your own secret notions of plea-
sure, I ask, is it possible that you are always
pleased with your own conduct. Is-therfe
nothing that you would have done different-
ly, were it to be done over again ? Then
how can you be so unreasonable, as to re-
quire more of another, than it is possible
for you to do yourself.
Do you hear the name of another man
sounding through the trumpet of fame, while
you are passed by, and jostled out of the way?
Never murmur! but remember that the
race is no to the swift, nor the battle to the
strong, and that promotion cometh not from
the east nor trom the west ; but God is the
judge-he lifteth up one, and he putteth
down another." Remember, "'that the
hearts of all men are in the hands of the
Lord, to turn them whithersoever he will."
'Judge yourself modestly, and ask how such
honors would rest upon your own head?
Had you not rather pursue the even tenor
of your way"? Would you be willing to
exchange conditions with the honorable
man ? Would you take all his infirmities-
his labor--his cares--his disappointments-


[From the N. Y. Evening Express.]
HERNANDO CORTEZ AND WINFIELD
SCOTT henceforth and forever must be great
and associated names in the world's his-
tory. In the year 1519, lbe'[ormer started
from the island of Cuba, with only about
550 Spaniards, and 200 Indians, together
with several negroes and native women, and
16 horses and mares, on one of the most
romantic expeditions- ever known. The de-
vice of his flag was, flames of fire on a while
and blue ground, with a red cross in the
midst of the blaze, and the following words
as a motto ; "1Amici, Crucem sequamar, et
in hoc signo vincemus;" "Friends, let us
follow the cross, and under that standard,
we shall conquer." This small force, how-
ever, was constantly increased by the deser-
tions of whole States from the empire of
Montezuma. October 30, 1527, Cortez
writes to his "most. noble Emperor and
Lord;"-", left the whole province of
Cempoal, and all the mountain region ad-
jacent to the town, (the ruins ,of Cempoal
are now seen four leagues from Vera Cruz)
containing 40,000 warriors, and 50 lowers
and fortresses, in peace and security, and
firm in their allegiance to your Majesty."
"They begaad me to protect them
against their mighty lord. (Montezuma) who
used violent and tyrannical measures to
keep them in subjection, and took from them
their sons to be slain and offered as sacrifi-
ces to his idols." The truth is, the whole
Aztec Empire was tumbling to pieces as
Cortez landed in it, and was prepared for a
change of rulers. His crosshowmen and
arquobusiers. with the ten heavy guns lie
had with him and four lighter pieces,'callea
falconets, imitating i, the minds oftir, igno
rant natives, the terrific thunderbohs of
heaven,-with his cavalry, that they deem-
ed winged centaurs also from heaven, so af-
frightened or overawed the races about him,
that they yielded to his "1 mission," predes-
tined, they said, by Almighty God, foretold
by their priests, and long expected by all
of them,-while the magnificient ceremo-
nies of the RIoman Catholic religion, to
which Cortez and his Hidalgoes were re-
verentially and profoundly devoted, com-
pleted and perfected his astonishing con-
quests, and on a sudden, and with but a
feeble outlay, annexed" the vast empire of
the Aztecs to the crown of Spain. The
struggle, however, before this could be
brought about, was terrible, near and in lthe
imperial city of Mexico. Montezuma, Gua-
tamozin. and the imperial family awoke
from their slumbers but too late though, to
perish at lavt in the ruins of their people
and their cities. Hernando Cortez himself,
in his beautiful despatches, (translated by
Mr. G. Folsom) and our own Prescott, iu
his brilliant history, have immortalized and
spread world-wide the stupendous story ;-
but the historian is yet to arise who shall
gather the facts, and narrate and describe
what seems to us, just, now, the .yet more
amazing achievements of*Winfield Scott and
h"s devoted followers.
Winfield Scott left New York, under a
cloun" in January ot February last. We
well remember seeing him in the hall of the
American Hotel, the evening before he sail-
ed for New Orleans, surrounded by a small
group of officers, and, without' exchanging a
word, marvelling what would be the end of
him and his chivalric expedition. The
cloud" that *hung over him, .we knew,
filled the minds of almost all the volunteers
in the county with hesitation and doubt.-
They wanted to be led by almost any other
man than General Scott. His past history
had been forgotten, or dined in that
"cloud,"-and there was a want of confi-
dence in his capacity by almost-all save the
officers of the regular army, who knew him
well, and who, therefore, had the utmost
confidence in his ability. This confidence
was not restored until, by his happy disposi-
tion of the fifteen or twenty thousand men
concentrated in uur transports before Vera
Cruz, were landed, as if by magic, and the
castle of San Juan D'Ulloa were beseiged
and bombarded. The great soldier then
began to shine out so gloriously, lhat the
cloud could no longer conceal his' beams,
and the radiance of h]is first, but toigotten
fame, again illuminated the country. The
combinations at Cerro Gordo, and their
complete success, again restored Gen. Seoit
to the favor of the people and the" populace
of his country,--and from that moment,
there was not a man in the world under
whom an .officer or a soldier would rather
serve than under their own illustrious gehe-
ral.
Meanwhile, the momentous undertaking
of planting the American standard upon
" the halls of the Montezumas" began to be
developed in its full toree, and in all ils
dangers. Mexico was not divided, as when
Cortez landed near Vera Cruze. The coun-
try Was united against its invaders to a man.
The Mexieans of the present day, within
one universal impulse, and one cordial un-
animity, fear, hate, and detest us. Our lan-


guage and our habits are odious to them.
Our customs they abominate.
A spirit of patriotism and devotion has
been exhibited in Mexico, against us, that
neither Gen. Scott nor government could
have calculated upon, and the consequence
has been a heroic resistance beyond any
thing dreamed of. How different the feeling
was when Cortez effected his conquest, our
readers have already seen,--nor must there
be forgotten the equality to which the inven-
tion of fire-arms has reduced all .nations,
and brought down even the powerful in frame
and stature to the level of the week and the
puny. It is not clear, for example, that the
MAexicans of the present day are not as
good artillery meu as ours. Protected by'
the fortifications that we have attacked, their
fire seems to have been as deadly as that'of
European armies, anrd it is only when our
soldiers came with the bayonet that they fled.
The most devoted self-sacrifice and heroism
, alone have been able to cope with the dirf-


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


LFor the Commercial Advertiser.
NEVER MURMUR !
It is the duly of a Christian never to mur-
mur at the dispensations of Providence.
We were all brought into existence for pur-
poses lhat we know not of; and the Creator
permits us to live, until the ends for which
we were made are accomplished. Many of
us pass into our graves, without knowing
why we were brought into the world. Men
have lived and died, without any thing re-
markable occurring in 'their lives; and there-
fore we are apt to cUf6i~ifte,- that such per-
sons were drones in society, and useless
members of creation. It is an awful thing
to accuse the All Wise Being of levity, or
to think that, in sport, he had made so many
of the human race. All the actions of God
are serious, and in majesty he moves through
the universe. If there is nothing remark-
able in the lives of many men, perhaps there
may be in some member of their family,
which could not have existed without their
previous creation. Some original thought,
or action may spring from each human
being, that will have an influence on the
whole world. Though it may be at first
felt in some obsure corner of the earth ;
yet it may create a change in the current
of some by-stander's mind, and this acting
upon a larger circle, like a pebble on a lake,
the ripple will become wider and wider, un-
til it is lost upon the great mass of mankind.
The principles of society are thus formed
from age to age. It is not the learned men
and great authors alone, who mould the
character of society ; but the quiet citizen,
by the daily exercise cf one pure principle
of action, shall do more good to the world,
than the many logical conclusions of a
great writer. Never murmur! You were
created for some useful purpose. The pow-
er.-the goodness-the wisdom ; and the
majesty of God give you permission to
come to this conclusion. Your Creator
has appointed you a time in which you shall
do the great work of your life. "Time,
and chance, happenetli unto all men,"-
Be diligent in whatever business you
undertake in life, and so shall you be pie-
pared to take advantage of your "-time and
chance when they come. Whatsoever
thy hand findeth to do, do it with thy might,"
and so shall you fulfil your duty to your
friends, and your country. Let not a mo-
ment of idleness pass. You were not
brought into the word to play. The Crea-
tor has made no special pleasure grounds
for indolence-he has appointed no special
time for silly conversation; but "for every
idle word we must give an account."
Never murmur! nor fretfully ask your
Creator why he has so straightened the
line of your conduct in this world. "0
man, who art thou that repliest against
God ? Shall the thing formed, say to him
that formed it, Why hast thou made me
thus ? Remember that you were not cre-
ated to please yourself; but for the pleasure
of God, all things are, and were created."
Your life is not your own. I belongs to
your family-to your friends--to yourcouu-
try ; and all these belong to your God.-
Your life was given to connect the chain of,


BENJAMIN ELLISON. WILLIAM A. WOOD.
B. Ellison & Co.,
'COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND DEALERS rN
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, -HARDWARE,
TIN WAPE, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
CAPS, GROCKIRY, SHIP
CHANDLERY, &c.
24 Water street.
Jan 23 Apalachicola, Fa.


Lockhart & Youing,
COMMISSION and FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
No. 53 Water street,
nov21 Apalachicola, Fla


JEREMIAH DAY. DANIEL J. DAY.
J. Day & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 52 Water street,
Dee 5 Apalachicola, Fa.
{t| Also, A -",I, for the "]Etn-a Insurance Co."
the "Protection Insurance Co." and the Hart-
ord Insurance Co." Hartford Conn.


Harper & Bfolines,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
also,
zgentv fir the
SUN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
of the City of .Xew York,
No. 51 Water street,
Dec 12 Apalachicola, Fa.


Wm. G. Porter & Co.
DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION
ME RCHANTS.
No. 41 Water Street,
Dec 5 Apalaohicola, Fa.


D. B. Wood & Co.,
COIMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
No. 7, Columbus Row,
Nov. 2S, 1846. Apalachicola, Fla.


ALVA WYLIE, WM. A. MCKENZIE,
Wyiie & cKIentziC,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 42 Water street,
Sept. 1, 1346. Apalachicola, Fa.
.....S... J., Sca.ff.er.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
X.?- Partiacular attention paid to putting up family,
steamboat and ship stores.
No. 49 Water street,
... Nov.. 14. Apalachicola, Fla.


H. F. Abell,
WTKOLrSAKLE A -TD RETI.,
DEALER IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS,
OILS, GLASS, &c., &c.
Also-A general assortment of Statinery.
Cor. of Chestnut and Water streets,
April 11 Apalachicola, F,.


ALBERT DODGK. CHARLES PRATT.
VDE?,1]^ & Pratt,
SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water Street,
Nov 22 Apalachicola, Fa.
ll. It. Taylor,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANT,
No. 22 Water-street,
sept ly Apalachicola.


.1D. Daniforths,
AUCTION AND CO ;VIN VISION MERCtHANT,
AND GENERAL AGENT,
EUFA-ULk, ALA.
.'- Cotton bought on order.
Refers to
,B3. F. HOLDEN, New Orlean.
'J. G. DUN.vLAkP,} ApIc, t
M esssrs WYLIE 4 M CK F'VzrE, Ap lah. l..
Jt. S. HrOTCTUNSO14, .,


H. R. WooD.


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


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


social relations ; and to do good., that you ihis existence, and exchange for them your
may ultimately find good for yourself. It own identify"' Then you would find your
gives God pleasure to exercise his goodness new es fll 9f~blemishes that you
and power, and he accordingly brought you !never knew before. he had been hidde"
into this world. If you had power to do a in the breat ofite honorable man. You
great and good act; would it not give you would find that many 'f your brightest


nop)[)c;, inUu UC L e tiits. ui uidi cn uci, were
bartered away forever, 0 no, I cannot be-
lieve that the man whom the world looks on
as being the lowest, and most dishonorable,
would venture to exchange conditions with
any other man living.


his age, and all ithiings else that constitute


Avery &-' Jones!
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 43 Water street.,
Dec 5. Apalachicola, Fa.
Dr'y Goodls.
DRILLINGS, Tickings, Cotton Osnaburgs,
Linseys, Kerseys, Jeans, FlanneL, Blan-
kets, Tweeds, Shirtings, Sii' ,,,..s, Checks',
Ginghams, Calicoes', Delanes, Hqsiery, &c. &c.
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never murmur. Say not thou, What is
.the cause that the former days were better
than' these? for thou dost not inquire wisely
concerning this. God hath made a time
for 'every thing, and he hath made every
thing beautiful in his time." The tree of;
adversity, though it be watered with tears,
shall be beautified with the 6lossms of hope,
and itsfruit will be sweet to the taste. "All
things shall work together for good" to the
Christian. Adversity draws him nearer to
the throne of' heaven, and places him in
close communion with the Eernal Spirit.
It changes the current of his thoughts and
affections and produces a different course
of action. The Awful Majesty of Heaven
takes no pleasure in beholding human mis-
ery ; for "as I live," sait h the Lord, "I
have no pleasure in the death of the wicked.
Turn ye! turn ye! for why will you die."
As a father who corrects his son to make
him a useful and an honorable man, so our
great Creator makes us feel the stings of
adversity, whenever we go astray from the
paths of duty. Suppose we are afflicted
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-ATTORNEY AT LAW,
CLA.YTOl?, Barbonr County, Alabama.
April 29, 1846. 2-t-f


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C(- May be found. at his residence, corner of
Centre and High streets, opposite the Mansion
House. Nov S.
SDr. A. W. CIhapman,
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entrance on Chestnut street.) Residence at the
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'January 10, 1846.' 2--tf
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ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
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above capacities.
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a special retainer,.act as Couns-el;, in any Court
'of the Mfiddle or Weite'ra Circuit. He will also,
argue cases in the Cou~rt )[" Appeals at Tallahas-
'see, the sessions of which, he Will always be
'present at, unless prevented by accident..
Apalachicola,'"September 8, 1846.
A. G. Semtmes;
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
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cor. of Centre & Commerce streets.
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m. Taylor, because he is not professedly M01
of a
adherent of their party, let them reflect, sol
it the success of their candidate, whoever pea
may be, is doubtful, and by opposing dier
beei
n. Taylor, they may aid the election of a hav
rough going political opponent. But stir
ost forcibly should the propriety of unit- Spa
g on Gen. Taylor come home with con- be
Dtion to every Southern Whig and Dem- and
guit
rat. The Southern Whigs cannot hope Th
prevail in a National Convention over the art
ilmot Proviso Whigs. The Democrats eqt
place but little reliance on Northern one
en, with pretended Southern principles, ofi
he result of the New York election clear- "a
shows, that the Wilmot Proviso is essen- Wa
I to the success of a candidate in that W,
sid
ate, and so it is no doubt in Pennsylvania, the
ew Jersey, Delaware and the New Eng- we
nd States. None but a Wilmot Proviso ael
ha(
an will receive the nomination, in a Dem- ed
ratic National Convention. Will the ha
democrats of Florida send delegates to such an,
assemblage'? We trust not. tio
Gen. Taylor can be elected, if the South co0
the
d West unite upon him. He is, by a di,
geloddsthe most popular man in thecoun- see
with Western people. If the Southern m0
tio,
"higs send no representatives to a Nation- qu
Convention, but second the popular no" thE
th,
nations of Gen. Taylor, he will, no doubt' to
ceive the support of a sufficient number of lus
democrats to insure him nearly ever South- pr,
Ma
n State. Pennsylvania will go for him, if NC
e Democrats and Whigs both run candi- th
tes in that State. W e think that if the thm:
urse we propose, should be adopted rid
the Southern Whigs, our calculation du
a reasonable one. By bringing out ml
general Taylor, so far as he can be brought
it consistently with his declared views,
at is, by the nomination of Taylor to
sectors, much may be done towards ac- m
mplishing tvh'e ends we have predicted.- hc
he is now brought out, the People will G
ily rally upon him, and recognize him as S
eir candidate--they will consult together a(
ensure his election, and when once they go
ave so resolved, no nominee of a party can tl
and before him. National Conventions m
ay be held, Wilmot Proviso candidates be
ay be nominated, but they will find Old w
ough and Ready, with the People for b
volunteers, in possession of the field. Re- w
ing on their discipline, and the skill acquir- w
d in formerfights, the cohorts of Party
nay assail him, but they will find. as YE
anta Anna did at Buena Vista, that -1 Gen. tl
Paylor," with the People for his supporters a(
NEVER SURRENDERS." C
ti,
MEXICAN WAR.
Those persons who have calculated upon St
rece with Mexico, on our own terms, as
he natural consequence of the repeated de- S
eats of her armies, and the occupation of .
er capital and her chief cities, have entire-
y disregarded the threatened Gi.errilla re-
istance. They have denied the power of l
eopl'e at large, to continue the resistance,
tier the Government and the Army had been .
compelled to cease all efforts to repel our
invasion.
With any of the northern European na-
ions, a war waged with similar success to
hat which our operations in Mexico has a
s
been crowned, we should, long since, have
obtained peace on our own terms. Twice
lid Napoleon dictate terms of Peace to Aus-
ria--and twice dlid t-hat powerful State find
self compelled to submit to his dictation--
we battles fought and gained by Napoleon
aid the monarchy at his feet. Prussia fell
n a single day. After the battle of .Jena,
he Crown, which Frederick had gained for
his posterity, became a bauble in the hands
)f the victor, less valuable, than the Ducal
Coronet, which as .'Elector, he had formerly
wvorn. But, if we reason by analogy sup-
posed to exist between Nations, every where,
wve must remember the exceptions which
history offers, and when calculating upon
peace with Mexico>, as the price of victories
over her Armies), we must take into account
the origin of her people, and remember the
peasant war which Spain has, ere now, ren-
dered formidable, to powerful invaders. If


the descendants of Cortes, and his gallant
followers, have not derogated from the an-
cient prowess of their progenitors-if they
resemble the people from whom they are
descended, they may improve on the eeds
of the Spanish Guerillas-their native coun-
try abounds in favorable positions for a Gue-
rilla War-affords easy subsistence to irreg-
ular troops--the people are skilled in the ex-
ecrise of weapons suited to light armed troops
-they are splendid horsemen-and every
man is mounted. With such advantages,
what may they not achieve? and how long
may they not keep tip resistance? We ex-
tract, from a Review ot Lord Mahon s War
of the Succession, by Macauly, the follow-
ing passages, which may be apposite at the
present moment. Those who speculate as
to the future events in Mexico, wil do well
to give them attention ,
It seemed that the struggle had. terminated
in favor of the archduke, and that nothing re-
mained for Philip but a promt flight into the
dominions ot his gradfather.
So judged those who were ignorant of the
character and habits of the Spanish peopte.--
There is no country in Europe whi,c-h it is so
easy to overrun as Spain; there is no country in
Europe which is more difficult to conquer. lNo-
thing can be more contemptible than the regular
military resistance which it offers to an invader;
nothing more formidable than the energy which
it puts forth when its regular military resistance
has been beaten down. Its armies have long
borne too omch. resemblance to mobs,; but its.


BATTLES IN MEXICO.
The following tabular view of the brillafit
achievements of our Armies in Mexico,
since the first breaking out of hostilities
down to the triumphant entry of our victo-
rious troops into the city of Mexico, is from
the New York Herald. It is declared to be
as correct as a table of the kind can be made
in the absence of official records:
TABEWLAR VIEW OF THE SEVERAL BAT-
TLES IN MEXICO, CITIES AND TOWNiS
TAKEN, &C.
Where When Force Killed Sr Comn-
fought. fought. engaged. wounded. rn'nd's-
Palo Alto, May 8,1'46 2000 A. 44 A. Taylor
6300 M. 100 M. Arista
R. de la Pal. May 9, '146 1f700 A. 307 A. Taylor
900b S1. r1000M. Arista
Matamoros,.Mayl19'4 Taylor
Sonora, June 15,:146 -
St. Johns, July 17,1'46 -
'Cana-rgo, Aug. 2, 146 -
-Santa -Fe, -Aug. -4,'46 Kearney
Monterey, Sept. .21, '46 6000 A. -476 A. Taylor
10000 M. 800 M. Amp'da
Tampico, Nov. 14,1'46 Conner
Saltillo' Nov 16,'46 Worth*'
San Pasqu'al, Tlet:.'6,*'146 100 X. 8 A.Kearney'
.500 M. -50 M. -
Brarito, 'Dec. 15,1'46 1000 A. Doniphan
4000 M. -
San Gabriel., Jan, 8, 147 500 A. *- Kearney
M. *- Flores
Los Angeles, -Jan.'8, '47 Kearney
-t- Flores
Mesa, Ian. 9, 147 -
La Canada, Jan. 24' 147 '200 A. 1Prine
*22000 M. *81 M. -
ElEmib'do,Jan. 29,'47 -- Price
Pueblo Taos, Feb. 4, 147 a Price
Buena Vista, Feb. 22-23 4400 A. 120 A. Taylor
21340 M. 2500 M. S. Anna
',S. Francisco, Fe^b 24 `4 -
*Sacramnento, Feb. 28,'147 920 A. *8A. Donip'n
'3800 X. 600 M. -
Cerralvo, Marr.4, "47 Hunter
Vera Cruz,.Mar. 20,147 10000 A. '0 -A. Scott
7000 M. lO'10b1. Morales
S.J-d'Ullua, Mar. 30,'47 The Navy
Alvarado, Mar. 30, 47 '-Hunter
Tiacdiatl'mn, Matr.*31, '47 Hunter
70W0 M. -
P'nte 1N1ac'll, April'3, '47 8000 A. -
7000 M. -
Cerro Gordo, Apr. 17-18 6000 A, 5W0 A. Scott
14000 M. :8S. Anna
Tuspan, A pr. 19,1'47 iPerry
Jalapa, Apr. 20, '47 5000 A. --
15M0 M. -
Perote, Apr. 22.,147 -
Puebla, May 27, 47 8000 A. -
28000 M. -
Tobasco, June 22,1'47 12 A. 'Perry.
2800 M. -
Contreras, Aug. 18, '47 10000 A. Scott
32000 M. Valencia
Ch'busco, Aug, IS, 147 10000 A. 1000 A. Scott
32000 M. S. Anna


[From the Baltimore American.]
THE NEXT PRESIDENCY.
The evidences of Gen. TALOR'S popu-
larity throughout the country, and of the
earnestness with which he is looked to as
the best fitted for the Presidency, in the
present condition of affairs, are innumerable
and continually increasing. Our exchange
papers gives daily tokens of this state of
public sentiment. Of the many articles
and paragraphs from which quotations
might be made, illustrative of the strength
and progress of the popular feeling'vin this
subject, there are three now beforeqrs, which
we select because of the 'diverse sections of
the Union from Which they emanate.
The Belfast Signal, published in "the
State of Maine, referring to the serious dif-
ficulties which are likely to beset the next
administration, designates Gen. TAYLOR
,,as the President 'far the emergency, and
adds:
His name has become familiar to every
ear, and his life has been one continued ex-
hibition of the most exalted patriotism. In
every station to which he has been called,
he has been equal to the emergency. Iden-
tified with no particular party, will cone in-
to power pledged only to our country's wel-
fare, seeking such council and aids as the
most commanding talents and the wisest
statesmen are able to give, administering
the government with a strict regard tothe
Constitution, and allowing on all occasions,
where his constitutional 'duty would not in-
terfere, a full expression of the people
through their immediate representatives.
To the election of Gen. Tay'lor we 'look
for deliverance from those 'national 'evils,
broughtupon us by the present Administra-
tion. It is net expected that old office'hun-
ter and blind patizans, Who look only to see-
tional influences and petty revengeful feel-
ings, will aid-in his election. But the power
'will emanate directly from the honest mas-
ses, who, looking to the important crisis and
the necessity of a deliverance, will rise up
in their strength and drive out demagogues,
-officeseekers, -traitors and spoilsmen, alike
dangerous to our liberties, and bring to
their rescue and their service, the honest,
,the upright, the ,intelligent and brave old
Patriot."
The next quotation istfrom the extreme
So ut.h. An able journal, the Tuscaloosa
5 MNonitor, reviews the position of parties and
1 of prominent ,men, in relation to the next
11 P-residency, and says:
11 The political opinions of Gen. Taylor,
'locked up in his iown breast 'from a sense of
duty as his recent letters affirm, do not af-
ford a rallying ground for partizan warfare.
For our part, we are willing to trust 'Gen.
i Taylor in all situations. In'the field he has
proved every inch a wise, just and biave
man. The same greatness would no doubt
r mark every deed in civilli e. 'Of 'his quali-
a fications for the Presidency, 'of all men he
is most distrustful. There is th'e stamp of
I noble ,espect'bob for his own position and
for public intelligence, in every 'word that
escapes him. Ye't, with all Gen. Taylor's
good qualities, it is evident he will not be
s supported by acclamation, t-he only form in
f which he has consented to serve as President.
s He will not recognize party invitations from
any source, whrig, democratic, or Native
American, to be a candidate; Therefore he
wiltbe abandoned in the ensuing canvass,
6 at least. Were the whigs to render him a
t nomination, bisfule wou'd compel brim to
e decline it."
e The conclusion of this paragraph inti-
s mates a diffculty in the tre'aer of bringing
s Gen. TAYLOR before the people as a candi-
e date. This difficulty, we presume, will
f soon disappear. The manner in which it
t may be entirely obviated is pointed out in
d the closing paragraph of the following ex.
e tract from the Winchester (Va.) Republi-
can :
s We are not in the I-east distu'bed by the
n sneers of the Ultars of either party. We
I- ,feei perfectly well assured of the position
s into which they will be brought in the course(
I, of the next six months--and are ther'eforn
- .perfectly willing to let them have leisure t(
get out of their pouting mood.
e "When electoral tickets for old Zack shai
t- have been formed in almost every Sta'te o
g the Unioo, as they will be during the corn
ts ing winter, t~he Caucusses may assemble
at and organize, and put forth their creedi
d, and their candidates, but all will be in Vain
.d The true old soldier, who has encountered
- grater odds than these, will have 'troops c
at friends,' unfaltering, invincible--and, liki
a- himself, never in the mood to surrender."
)n The mode in which Electoral Tickets ar
or to be formed in the several States, to b
id supported by the friends of Gen. TAYLoB
ss may be left to the option of each stale fc,
in itself. In Kentucky a convention of dele
uis gates is called to meet at Frankfort on th
ne twenty second of February next. Thi
he convention may nominate the whole ticke
ty or merely name the two electoral condidatt
c- corresponding to the Senatorial represents
all tiont of the State, and leave each Congre


ke sional district to nominate its own elector.
nd Another mode might be for the friends c
all Gen. TAYLOR in any State Legislatut
during the.; coming winter, to assemble an
as nominate the two Electoral candidates fi
he the State at large, each district taking i
th own time for nominating its elector. Thu
it- by the last of May an organization could h
ke effected in every State.
he This would be no mere party movement
it It would proceed upon the basis of Ge
ith TAYLOR's own avowals, and would emana
)se from the great body of the People. A
ne tvho are satisfied with his position, who tru
gh prefer him to any other person as the ne
President, having confidence in his judgme
firmness, integrity and patriotism, ma
-tt, unite in that one gaeat object of elevatir
or- to the highest post in the Republic tl
on man they deem the most worthy of it.

er- NEW HAVEN, Nov. 2, 1847.
)00 THE DEATH OF THE HON. MR. HUN
all INGTOrq.-The Hon. Jabez W. Huntingtc
.- the only whig U. S. Senator from Connec
the cut, died at his residence in Norwich la
rv- evening, at 10 o'clock, of a bilious attack

in- SUPPRESSION OF MARRIAGE.-It is pr
ind posed to include marriage among thegam
ops of chance, made penal under the gambli
law.
is
ms, The following question was proposed a
)00 recent meeting of a debating club:-
in- Does an editor with money in his pock,
ars, come within the legal definition of a 'susI
cious character?'"


Uan
EN. TAYLOR FOR THE PRESIDENCY. me
THE APPOINTMENT OF ELECTO1S. Th
The opinion that the veteran Taylor will iy,
our next President, is becoming daily trial
ore general, and as the excitement which Sta
s nomination first produced subsides, we Ne
ewevidence of a fixedness of purpose, on Ian
e part of the people, irrespective of party, ma
bring about his election, oc
The belief that Gen. Taylor will be the De
ccessttil candidate, is not only entertained an
his supporters and neutrals, but it ap- ,
ars to prevail -in the minds of his deter- an(
ned opponents. The Boston Courier and lar
ennsylvanian, -forr instance, have lately try
ntained avowals of the kind. W1
The old General, not being supported by al (

y organized party., we do not hear the mi
ual din and noise which precedes a battle r
tween hostile factions, and which, in fact, De
s become a part of their tactics, practised ern
th the'saue end that the Greeks formerly the
d in view when they clashed their arms da;
gether in making a charge on their ene--co
es-to inspire terror, by
The manoeuvre had also other uses- is
operated on the timid .and cowardly, as Ge
report of artillery in battle is said to do ou
modern times-inspired Dutch courage. ,t
et it not then be supposed, that, because El
ere are no torch-light processions-no co
thering of clubs-no broaching of whis- IF
,y barrels-none of the usual pageantry of da
e coon skin and hickory pole order-no th
ladiatorial combats between rival knights to
the quill-that the Hero of Buena Vista ha
without friends, sufficient, to elevate him st
the seat of Washington. He has adhe-
nts-but they are xof the calm reflecting mm
rder of men-they make but few profes- p
ons-not loud, but deep. They feel the V
orth of the man they support-they know ly
is invulnerable character-they rely on the ed
rength of the cause in which they are
ngaged-the election of a President of the S
people, and through him the destruction of T
he evil spirit of party. No false clamor--.,
o senseless cries-no 'deceitful protesta-
ons, such as the hale co'ntesrs for the Pres-
]ency 'have given rise to, are essential to
he success of the Man of the People. Pf
We publish to-day some suggestions, th
rowm the Baltimore American, relative to fe
he formation of Taylor Electoral Tickets, II
vhich we commend lo thre notice of his 13
lends in this State. We have met with si
similar remarks in other papers South and P
West. In many of the Western and South- a
Western States the necessary steps have c
een Naken, and Gen. Taylor is fairly in the it
eld as the Peoples' Candidate. It is high
ime that we in Florida, who intend to sup- ti
port him, should be up and doing. The 1
movements of Northern Whigs and Dem- b
,crats, in selectieg delegates to a National 0
Presidential Convention, show that the "ball d
s open" on their parts. The Whigs of this t
State will notgo into a National Convention; i
nd believing, as we do, that a large portion t
of the Democrats are averse to any such h
proceeding, and as there can be no doubt i
but that Gen. Taylor will receive a large t
majority of the votes of both parties in this t
State, and perhaps have no organized oppo- 0
sition, we suggest to the members of the (
General Assembly, favorable to his election, v
to hold a meeting, and select the names I
of suitable persons as Electors-which se- v
election may be ratified by the people in1
county meetings.1
In conclusion, we will say one word as to
the propriety of our uniting on Gen. Taylor.
As a man, he is certainly capable of ad-
ministering the Government, assisted, as he
will bei by the purest and best statesmen in
the land, whom he will no doubt call around
him as his advisers. Wedded to no parly,
but ready to adopt those measures which
his wisdom and judgment may dictate to be
most conduceful to the welfare of tbe coun-
try-having noe deep-rooted prejudices to
overcome, he will listen patiently to both
sides, and choose deliberately and imp~ar-
tially), Believing that offices are created for
the good of the country, not for the benefit
of political adherents, he will put an end
to that strife which has converted the ballot


box into a machine for carrying out the de-
signs of office-seekers, and has taken away
from the People the privilege of selecting
their rulers.
Such being the characteristics of the
candidate, whom the People have selected,
why should either Whig or Democrat in
Florida be found opposing him? Have
they good cause for feat+ that any just policy
which they favor will find an enemy in him?
They have not, Every measure of public
policy, which is clearly for the best interest
of the country, and which can secure a ma-
jority in the two Houses of Congress, and
to which there is no constitutional objec-
tion, will receive his approval. What rea-
sonable man can ask for more ?
Should either Whig or Democrat oppose


Mol. del Rey, Sep. 8, '47 6000 A. -900 A. Worth
2500 M. 1000 M. --
Chapult'c, Sep. 11-12.13 470 A. 450 A. 'Scott
982 M. -
Mexico city, Sep. 14,'47 7500 A. Scott
.20000 M. S. Anna,
Sub'hra series of battles and 'victories are
almost without a parallel in the history of
military affairs. The only resemblance to
be 'traced with any other great campaigns,
is, we think, with the celebrated campaign of
Napoleon in Italy, when, withhis ne'w levied
troops, he defeated the ve-teran Wurynser,
a'nd'crushed the power of Austria. That
was the most brilliantof all Napoleon's cam-
paigns, and the progress d. ou r arms in M ex-
ico is simri-lar. All Doar troops were fresh,
newly levied, had never before 'ben in ac-
toal battle, and they fought and conquered
nfen whose lives had been spent in constant
warfare and revolutionary engagements.
What an nstounding spectacle is here pre-
sented, No less tihan twenty-five- pitched
battles fottght against an enemy generally
fouer or five times our -number together with
strong places and fortresses, and cities, t~ken
by storm i" the teeth of superior numbers,
both of men and cannon. The table, as at
present laid before "ur readers, is ex weces-
swtati rei, not yet 'complete, inasmuch as
tirenumber of killed -and wounded, the num-
bers engaged on both sides, together with
other particulars, can only be ascertained
from the official accounts, which to the pre-
sent time have not yet reached our Govern-
ment in respect to all lhese engagements.


The Philadelphia Inquiwrhbas the fellow-
ing letter dated
NEW YORK, Oct. 27, 1847.
Will it be believed, that the American
loss in killed and wounded in the war with
Mexico is one-half as great as that in
the protracted Revolutionary struggle with
Great Britain, which lasted seven years1--
Such is the fact, and here is the proof > de-
duced from authentic sources c


Our loss it Rev'y. war.
Lexinton, 84
Bunker Hill, 453
Flatbush, 00
White Plains, 400
Trenton, 9
Princeton, 300
Hubbardstown, 800
Bennington, 100
Brandywine, 1200
Stillwater, 350
Germantown, 1200
Red Hook. 32
Monmouth, 10
Rhode Island, 211
Bride Creek, 400
Stony Point, 100
Camden, 610
King's Mountain, 96
Cowpens, 72
Guilford, 400
Hobkirk'sHill, 400
Eutaw Springs, 550

Total, 6697


Our loss in Mex'n. *dr.
Palo Alto, 44
Resa. de)la Palmsal07


Monterey,
San Pascal,
BuenaVista,
Sacramento,
Vera Cruze,
Cerro Gordo,
Vobasco,
Contreras,
Churubusco
Molino del Ray,
Chapultepect


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This is a tremendous loss, when we take
into consideration the short time that has
elapsed since the breaking out of hostilities.
At a rough estimate we might set down five
thousand more, who perished from fatigue,
from the fire of the guerrillas, yellow fever,
&c., &c., which added'to the other, would
make the loss on our side nearly ten thou-
sand in the course of fifteen months. Such
is the result of war.

11 Hear the words of instruction, my son,
while you are sober," said the doctor, for
it is not possible to be taught when you are
tight."
Never pay a printer when he first presents
his bill to you; for such an unexpected
phenomenon might cause a rush of blood to
his head, and throw him into fits-of ecstacy.
The Columbus Whig says its "devil"
has joined the church. We trust that the
example of that "' individual" will become
fashionable among his followers.


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I)MMERCIA ADVERTISER.


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dkCr9LIICY- "-1'1 II~C-


THE STRASBURG CLOCK.
The following interesting accounit'dfihis
curious piec4 of machinery is from the Da-
guerreotype
I incomprehensible and solitary,
like all that is great and true, arises, the
MWinister of Strasburg. I walked round and
round it, and sought the entrance at which
stands Erwin's statue, the fingure of Justice.
On the opposite side of the church is the por-
ital on which is the martydom of St. Laure-
rtius, within'an arbor, as it were, of stone, open
;,all around and full of hanging grapevines.
UIn the principal entrance on the left are wise
%virgins with their lamps innocent and sim-
,pie: on the right are saints with demons, or
evil spirits under their heels; on the one
gate are angels above angels, on the other
martyrs. rAs 1 look up and down and con-
,template the countless .images of stone in
their niches, their stiffened lipse loosened,
I hear their voices, their hymns; the whole
pile becomes melody; the swell of separate
tones melt into one gigantic symphony.
A countryman was sitting cosily with his
wife upon one of the steps of the church,
smoking his pipe. Near them I sheltered
myself in a recess of the wall from the mid-
dayisun, and there awaited the 1Triend who
,was to take me to the restored clock, the
work of Dasypodius and of the Hdbtrechts
the great master-piece of the sixteenth
*century, which has been celebrated in Ger-
,man and Latin by the poets of that age,
-Xylander, Fischart, Oruisius, Cell and Fris-
.chlin, and which, according to the Latin
inscription on the portal of the archiepisco-
pal palace at Mayence, is one of tfie seven
wonders of Germanfy, -"the tower at'Stras-
burg, the choir -at 'Cologne, the clock :at
Strasburg, the organ at Ulrn, the fair:ta'
Frankfort, the works of art at Nuremberg,
and the hotel ile'villetat Augsburg:" There
is a popular tradition, according to which,
'the magismittesor clergy of Strasbnrg caused
the eyes ofrthe builder of this old ,clock to
beputon't, in order that 'he might not achieve
another,wik ,of the Hrind-; -and Ie, to re-
vengelhimself,,with a-sfin le push, deranged
the Whole machine, so That no one was able
to repair it. The origirn of this tradition
may be, that the sister-of 1he two Habrechts
became blind about thefsame time that Josi-
as, the younger of these Schaffhausen
*mechanics, was invited, before* the works
,were quite complete., by the Elector (f
-Cologne, to e reoa an asttrono'ical clock in
;the castle of Karserwerth.
As the tweltfh heor -approac'bed, multi-
wtudes came running 'from every side ; they
,were all eager fto'see 'this curiosity of me-
dimeval times, *although the clock, adapted
%by the aged mathematician, Schwilgue, to
the present state of science, has now been
going four years. My friend at last appear-
,ed, and we %ad barely time to push our
way through the crowd and to ascend the
small winding stair-case which leads into
the four stories of the crock, and the smal
balcony in Which we were suspended like
-swallows, against this mathematical monu-
iments, looking down perpendicularly, upon
:a dense mass of heads, whose eyes and lips
%were all fixed upon rnre 'point. On one'o
0the galleries, an angel, guarded by lions
which formerly roared, arid holding a scep-
,tre and bells in its hands, strikes the quar-
,ters, and another turns round the h our glass
ttsB.an upper space, T'he four ages of Iife
Anen step forward, the cbild strikes the first
,quarter with its thrysus upon a bell, the
youth strikes the half hour with arrow, the
;armed warrior the third quarter with hi,
-aword,Jand the old man the fourth with hi;
,crutch; then Death appears and strikes thf
bour with his bone, and as the sound o
,he last stroke dies away. the figure of Chris
-comes forward in a yet higher story, anm
raises its right arm as for a blessing; th<
twelve Apovrles,.one after the other, pass be
ofore the Saviour, who, in conclusion, give,
his blessing to the spectators ; their eyes, 1i
ihe meanwhile, t.'n'to the cock, who proud
1vy sits high up on a small tower; he flaps hi
wings, strtethes out his head and his tail
,ruffltes .his neck, and thrice his shrill crow
ing sounds loud and clear.
Among the old paintings which adorn th
,ease of the clock, one of 0 he most conspicu
eous is the portrait of Copernicus, according!
to whose system the planetarium, which
ever the gallery of the lions, is erected ;
the moment when Galileo was condemned
the scientific men of Strasburg protest
against the judgment, and erected a menu
rneat to the Polish astronomer in this astr;
clock, which, like a trophy ol truth, is pie
ced in the sanctuary. After the exhibition
was concluded, we stepped into the interior
of the astronomical works, which are woun
up once in eight days, and in which endle.
combinations of" wheels were revolving i
perfect silence. A solemn and mysterious
sensation seizes upon nne here, as if on
were in the work-shop of the spirits of th
hours; the conception is certainly a loft
one, that of showihg forth the whole strut
ture of the heavens. Behold that smaE


wheel, the only purpose of which is to mal
a 2 lake'the place of a 1, when the secor
thousand years of the Christian era sha
have elapsed.
On last new year's night, the whole w
illuminated, the interior also, and all td
aisles of the church were crowded wi
spectators. The interest which was exci
ed was intense, when, with the twelfth stroi
of the clock, a 7 sprang ioto the place of t
6 after the 4. The man who explained
all to us, a mere laborer, exclaimed, wi
much warmth, "One would almost suppo
that the machine can think ; it makes o
think of the blood which circulates throui
.the veins of the human body."

CONDITION OF ENCLAND.-Mr. Benne
-of the New York Herald, in a recent cc
irespondence, thus speaks of the conditi
',f England:
"The aristocracy maintain 400,000 s(
wants, 200,000 horses, 500,000 dogs, 100,0
-grouse, and 500,000 game of all kinds,
to ministers to their pride and pleasure.
These men, beasts, and birds consume t
,food of idleness, which would feed the sta
,ing rish, and others of the lower class.
-ere is the dangerous condition that is
creasing in magnitude every year, a
reaches a cris whenever any of the enr
fail.
+Il:qa pplation of 27,000,000, which
neay the tqamer of the three kingdom
only .bout 80*'ei are electors, while 43,0
:pra 6" old tllithe land of the Empire,
eluding mountains, hill*, rocks, rive
Imoaw."


bs have had, in an unusual degree, the spirit
armies. The soldier, as compared with other
diers, is deficient in trilitary qualities; but the
asant has as much of those qualities as the sol-
r. In no country have such strong tortretsew
en taken by a coup-de-main; in no country
ve unfortified towns made so furious and ob-
sate a resistance to great armies. War in
ain has, from the days of the Romans, had a
aracter of its own ; it is a fire which cannot
raked out; it burns fiercely under the embers;
d long after it has, to all seeming, been extin-
shed, bursts forth more violently than ever.
is was seen in the last war Spain had no
ny which could have looked in the face ad
ual number of French or Prussian soldiers; but;
e day laid the Prussian monarchary in the duot
e day put the crown of France at the disposal
invaders. No Jena, no Waterloo, would have
iabled Joseph to reign in quiet at Madriid.
The conduct of the Castilians throughout the
ar of the Succession was most characteristic,
ith all the odds of number and situation on their'
de, they had been ignominiously beaten. All
c E'riopean dependencies of thb Spanish crown
ere lost. Catalonia, Arragon, and Valencia had
knowledge the Austrian prince. Gibraltar
d been taken by a few sailors; Barcelona storm-
by a few dismounted dragons; the invaders
d penetrated into the centre of the Peninsula*-
d were quartef'ed at Madrid and Toledo.-
Thile these events had been in progress, the na"
on had scarcely given a sign of life. The rich
uld not be prevailed on to give or to lend for*
e support of war ; the troops had shown neither
scipline nor courage; and now at last, when it
emed that all was lost, when it seemed that the *i
ost sanguine must relinquish all hope; the na=
onal spirit awoke,, fierce, proud, and Vncodn-
erable. The people had been sluggish, whern
e circumstances might well have inspired hope;
ey reserved all their energy for What appeared
be a season of despair. Castile, Leon, Anda.
sia, Estremadura, rose at once; every peasant
ocured a firelbdlc or a pike; the allies we'i
asters only of the ground on which they trode.
r soldier could wander a himdred yards from j
e main body of the army wttho6t the most im-
inent risk of being pbniairded; the country
rough which the conqijerors had passed to Mad-
A, and which, A9 they thought, they had sub-
ued, was all in arms behind tnem; their com-
unication with Portugal were cut off."

MAJOR LORING OF THE RIFLES.
We have, before, taken pleasure in calling
)the notice of our citizens, the achieve-
nents, of the gallant Floridian, whose name
heads this ar'tiele. His conduct at Ceri'd
xordo, received faoible mention from Genl.
cott-atnd lately at Cbapultepecb he ha
added to his laurels. Ad officer in the
allent Regiment, which is justly i.steemed
he pride of the army; Maj. Losing, hag
obly manintaife his claims to the honor
esiowed upon him by the President. Whilst
e feel unalloyed pleasure in chronicling his
rave deeds, we have to deplore a severe
wouud which he received in the late baffle,
vhich resulted in his loosing his left arm.
Whilst every hamlet in the country hat
awarded, by seone token of their esteem,
heir gallant fellow soldiers, who have
achieved renown in Mexico, it does not
ome the People of Florida, to pass unrqk
ced, and unrewarded, the officer who hk
sustained her reputation in the field of battle*
Let us, then, do something to evince oue
ense of admiration, of the achievements of
Major Loring. We hadt intended, to hatve --'-~
invited the citizens of Apalachicola, to join
n bestowing upon him a sword, in token of
heir approbationn; but bn second thought,
we have come to the conclusion that the
whole people, through their Representatives
n the General Assembly, should be parties to
any honor intended to be conferred on Maj;
Loring. We have no doubt, but the Gene-
ial Assembly, will take proper steps so to do;
at an early period of their apporaching sesa
Sion.
[From the Marianna Whig.]
DESPERATE ENCOUNTER WITH
INDIANS
The following will be read with interest{
We had heard of Indians being seen in the
vicinity of St. Andrews, but supposed themr
ppiacably disposed towards the whites. It
seems otllerwise. Several Indians we learn,
were seen by a partly of Surveyors, in that
region, but no hostile demonstrations wei
made. Our friends upon the Bay should
beware until measures can be taken to insure
their safety.
ST. ANDREWS, Nov. 4, 1847.
MR. EDITort : For fear of some impro-
per impressions being made upon the public
mind, I will state that Mr. Michael King, of
Holmes' Valley, came to my house last S&b-,
bath about 12 o'clock. He said he was.o m
Ihe road from St. Josepb to Ihis npbce, and
near thie 23d mile post, about te. mijiBS east
of this place, when two Ind'!aas. firaditiheic
rifles ;at him ; he fled for hiss Ilafe, and when,


the Indians would get waea he would ainr
his rifle at them, and they would stop. At.
last, when quite exhausted&, he found one of'
the Indians 64 or 70, yards ahead of the.,
other; he shut at -the forumost, but missed-'
him; they then met, knives in hand, and be,,
King, split the Indian eetitely through the
jaw; the second'stroke, he sent his koife-
entirely up into the left side of the Indian--
the Indian fell back and allowed, the other.,
neaK by, took affright and fled. King then
ran towards the Gulf, saw a smack and cal-
led-they came and some of them went to
the spot, saw the dead 1ndian and said it waas
Joe, the old Indian Cbi~ef. King was shot
through the jacket on his back, but the ball
missed his body; he was cut with a knife ia
three places, not seriously. He was very
bloody and mueb alarmed, He had the In-
dian's rifle and his own; would not part with,
the rifle, said he could and would prove it.
to be old Joe's rifle. I saw the men of the,
smack, but did not speak with them-they'
left soon after landing King. This is thor
substance of King's tale. I saw bis wounds;
and the rifle. We fear those men of the
fishing smack knew old Joe, and had been
but too friendly to him and his crew, for who,
could have put those Indians across on the
St. Joseph's side. We have often heard of"
them on the peninsula side of St. Andrew's,.
but have never heard of them on the east
side before. I have often heard that there,
were three Indians, but some say the num-.
ber has increased. We hope that some-
thing will soon be done, that we may live ivo
peace. I am sir,
Y0ur obedient servant,
HERMAN MERCER, P. M.,
St, Andrew's, bal.,


FALACHIOOLA, TbIMSDAY, NOV. 18, 1847.

. The following gerrtttmen are authorized
'nts for the COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, and will
eive and receipt for subscriptions, or advertise-
ats:--
vVm. W. CHEEvER, Esq., Albany, Ga.
[aior JACK HARDMAN, Eufaula. Ala.

FOR PRESIDENT,

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H. J. HARRELL.
Cahaba, Ala., Sept. 15, 1847. 44
01- All Flarida papers will please copy.
Ati Ordinance.
To 'prevent the throwing of cotton or other mer-
chandise from the windows of buildings into
the public streets.
Be it "ldrdliined by the Mayor and Council o''
th0 City of.Apalachicol, That from and after this
date it 0ha6"1 be unlawful foi any person or per-
sons to throW cotton from the winds of second
or, 'third stories of warehouses or stores, on the
sidewalks of Water street, and that any person
violating this ordinance, shall be fined five dol-
lars for every bale of cotton, so thrown or other
package, unless in case'of fire.,
Passed by Council 16th Novemrber. 1847.
B. S. HAWLEY, Mayor.
,WM. VAILEAU, Clerk.


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COTTON STATEMENT. jLast
I year ;
Stock on hand Sept. 1, 1847-7578 9881
Received past week ............. 250
previously ....... .... 602
Total .......-- 1430 1659
Exported past week.............. -
6 previously ............. 135
Total........ 135 920'
On hand and on shipboard notcleared 1295 739


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State of Florida,
FRANKLIN COUNTY.
TO all persons having demands against the es-
tate of Nathan Seymour,,late of said county,
deceased; notice is hereby given that 1 have ta-
ken from the Honorable Court of Probates of said
county, LettersTestamentary upon the same, and
that all claims will be barred if not presented
within two years after the date of this advertise-
ment. MILTON, N. SCOTT.
Apalachicola, July 24, 1847. 28-2m
Snuff.
S OTCH and Macaboy, just received, and for
sale by
Nov 11 H. F. ABELL.


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School Books.
CHOOL BOOKS, of all kinds, just rec'd by
Nov 11 J. C. ALLEN.


Vinegar.
A FEW bbls pure Cider Vinegar, for sale low
by E. McCULLY;
Nov 11 50 Water st.


Horse and Dray,
FOR sale cheap. Apply to
Nov 11 E. McCULLY, 50 Water st.


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thuinine'Sulphate and Muriate"
English Calomel, &c.,
JUST received and for sale by
Oct 28 J7 C. ALLEN.


Tax Collector"S Sale.
BY virtue of the authority in me vested by law,
I will expose to sale, before the Court House
Door, in the City of Apalachicola, on Monday the
8th day of 'May, 1848, between the hours of ten
A. M. and 'four P.M. the following real estate,
situated in the City of Apalachicola, (assessed as
the property ,ofo Liewis Curtis and Joseph Dela-
field Trustees of the Apalachicola Land Com-
pany,) or s9 Much thereof as will pay the Taxes
for 1847, assessed, thereon, and in arrear unpaid
to the State of Florida, and the County of Frank-
lin, together with the cost of advertisement and
sale, atd dwvich said real estate is described as
follows,'in the Map of said City, viz.
Block A:, range 1, lots nos. i to 14, inclusive,
unimproved; .block A, range 2, lots nos. 1, 3, 6,
91, iT, 13, 14, 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
B, range 2q, lots nos. 13, 14, unimproved; block
B, ranee 2, lots nos. 2, 3,4, 5, 6, 11, 12, improv-
ed; block C, range 1, lotsnos. 3, 4, 15,16, unim-
p.loved; block 'C`i; range 2, lots nos. 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, unirqproved; block D, rage 2, lots
nos. 1,2, 5, provede: block E, range 1, lotsnos.
3, 4, 5, 10, 17.k'18, improved; block E, range 2,
lots nos. t, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, unim-
proved ; block E, range 2, lot no. ;4, improved;
block F, range 2, lots nos. 5, 6, 7, 13, '14, 19, 20,
unimproved;; block If, range 1, lots nos. 5, 8,
10, 11, 13, 16, 20, unimproved ; block, H, range
2, lots nos. 3, ,4, 5, 0, 7, 81 9, 10, 11,12, 1.3, 14,
15', 16, 1P7, unimproved; block J, range 1, lots
nos. .2, 3, 4, ,5, 6, 1, 8, 9', 10, 11, 12,13, 14, 15,
161, 1., 18, 19, unimproved; block, J, range 2,
lots nos. .1,,2, ,3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13,14,
15, 16, '17, 18, 19, 20, unimproved; block K,
range 1, lots nos. 1' 2 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, L.,
12, 13, 14, 15, 216, 17, 18, 19,i20, unimproved ;
block K, range 2, lots nos, 1, 2,.3, 4, 5,-6, 7,8, 9,
10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16,,17, 18, 19, 20, unim-
proved ; block L, lots nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, S,
9, 10, 11, 12,13, 14,15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, unim-
proved; block M, 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 N, lo0s nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 9,j
10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 17, 18, 19, 20, unim-
proved; block 0, lots nos. 1, 2, 3,4, 5, 6, 17,8, 9,
10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, unim-
proved ; block P, tots 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, 7, 8,
9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15,916,17, 18, 19, 20, unim-
proved; block S, lots nos. 1 to 20, inclusive,
unimproved; block 1, lots nos. 4, 7, unimproved;
block 1, lot no. 8, improved; block 3, lot no. 9,
unimproyed;.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, 8, improved ;
block 8, lots nos. 3, 4, 5", 6, 7, 8, unimproved ;
block 9, lots nos. 1, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, tnimproved;
block 10, lots nos. 3, 8, unimproved; block 10,
lots nos. 4, 7, improved; block 11, lotsnos. 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 ; block 19, lots nos. I to 10, in-
clusive, unimproved; block 20, lots nos. 3 to 10,
inclusive, unimproved; block 21,lot no. 5, im-
proved ; block 21, lots nos. 1 to 4 and 6 to 10, inclu-
sive, unimproved; block 22, lots nos. 1, 3, unim-
proved ; block 23, lots nos. 6, 7, 8, 9, unimproved ;
block]24, lots nos. 1,2,3,6,7,8,9, 10,unimprov'd;
block 25, lots nos. 3, 4, 5, 6. unimproved'; block
26, lots nos. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, unimproved; block
27, lots nos. 1 to 10,inclusive, unimproved ; block
28, lots nos. 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, unimproved; block
29; lots nos. 3, 4, 6., 7, 8% 9, 10, unimproved ;
block 30, lot no. 8, unimproved; block 31, lots
nos. 5", 8, 9, 10, unimproved; block 32, lots nos.
1, 2. 3, 6, 7, 8, 9. 10unimproved ; block 33, lots
nos. 6, 9, unimproved ; block 34:, lots nos. 2 to
10, inclusive, unimproved; block 35, lots nos. 1,
6, 7, 8, 9, 10, unimproved ; block 36, lots nos. 2
to 10,, inclusive, unimproved; block 37, lots nos.
4, 5,6, 7, 8, 9, 10, unimproved; block 38, lots
nos. 2 to 9, inclusive, unimproved ; block 39, lots
nos. 1 to 10, inclusive, unimproved; block 40,
lot'S nos. 1, 3,, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 9, 10, unimproved;
block 41 and 42, lots nos. 1 to 10, inclusive, each
block, unimproved ; block 43, lots nos. 1, 2, 3, 9,
10; unirfiproved; block 44, lots nos. 1 to 10, inclu-
sive, unimproved; block 45, lots nos. 1 to 10, in-
clusive, unimproved. block 46, lots nos. 3, 4, 5,
6, 7, 8, uniriprroved ;'block 47, lots nos. 1 to 10,
inclusive, unimproved; block 48, lots nos. 1 to
10, inclusive, unimproved; block 49, lots nos. 1
to 10, inclusive, unimproved; block 50, lots rips.
1 to .10, inclusive, unimproved; block 51, lots
nos. 2 to 10, inclusive, unimproved; block 52,
lots nos. 1 to 9, inclusive, unimproved ; block 54,
lots nos. 1 to 10, inclusive, unimproved; block
55, lots nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 10, unimproved ;
block 56, lots nos. 1 to 10, inclusive, unimprov-
ed ; block 58, lots nos. 1 to 10, inclusive, unim-
proved ; block 59, lots nos. 1 to 10, inclusive, un-
improved ; block 60, lots nos. 1 to 8, inclusive, un-
improved ; block 61, lots nos. 1 to 8, inclusive, un-
improved ; blocks 62 to 69 inclusive unirmproved ;
block 70 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ;
block 71 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 72 ,ots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimprov~ed ;
block 75 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ;
block 76 lots nos 1 to i0 inclusive uniimproved;
block 77 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 78 1ots rips 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ;
block 81 lots rips 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 82 1ots nos 1 to 1d inclusive unimproved;
block 83 lots nos 1 to 1(0 inclusive unimproved;
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 inclusive unimproved;
block 8 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block $9 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 90 l6ts nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 91 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive uunimproved;
block 92 lots nos 1 to 10 !nclusive unimproved;
block 93 lots nos 1 .to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 94 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusiVe unimproved;
block 95 lots nos 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 unimproved;
block 90 lots 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 160 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 101 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 102 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 103 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ;
block 104 lots nos I to 10 inclusive Unimpr6ved;
block 105 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 106 lots no? 1 to 10 inclusive unitpir6ved;
block 107 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 108 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 109 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 110 lots nos I to 10 inclusive improved
block 111 lots Dos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved:
block 112 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved :
block 113 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved :
block 114 lois 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 lots 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 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved:
block 125 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved :
block 126 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive, unimproved:
block 127 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 128 lots nos 1 to 10 inclnsive unimproved
block 129 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive upimproved:
block 130 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive. unimproved :
block 131 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved:
block 132 lots nos I, to 10 inclusive qrimproved:,
Nock, 188 lotS-nas I- to 10 inclusive uniinproved :


THE FOREIGN NEWS.
The intelligence by the Caledonia, it wi,
be perceived, is of the same unfavorable
characters as that received by the Cambria.
The pressure in the money market still ex-
isted, and houses of the highest commei,/cial
reputation continued to yield to ist idflu-
ence. Among others, two of the Liverpool
Banking Companies had suspended 'pay-
iment: the 'iRoyal Bank," an instirtition of
high charter and extensive business; and
lhe "LivErdool Banking Company," whose
'means an( liabilities were much ryidre con-
*tracted. rhe "Bank of Liverpool," it is
known, isa'different'institution, of undoubt-
,ed( redit,and almost unlimited resources-
its s'tcklolders, all of whom are individu-
ally :iabte, being among the wealhheist per-
sonates in Great Britain or in Europe.-
UndO" the influeute 'of the pressure, mer-
chandise of every di'gcription has been
thrown upon the market, and sales made
upondlmost ,ny .terms, and this has occa-
sion'eia still further depression of prices.
UponComparing the prices of Colton as
brougit by the ...Ieddnia, and those of the
5th of)ctober brought by the Cambria, the
extento which our staple has been affected
'will be eadily perce6iveid.
,CAM4BA, Oct. 5. CALEDONIA, Oct. 15.
'N. 0. On to Mid. 5 a,56 4' a 5J
Good to lid. Fair 61 a 6Q 6J a 61
Good to ne 7J a 81 7 a8
',Ga BoweO to M. 5 a 5i: 4J a 5J
; Fair to Gqd Fair 6Q a 6Q '"5 a`6
Good to Met, 6- a 5| 6J a 6|
'The existhg difficulties :are in a great
1hneasure adtihutable to the 'conduct of the
"-Railroad Canpanies in alisorbin'g in their
extensive undertakings vast amfioutnis hereto-
fore devoted to the purpose of commerce,
and the rwtes of preparation 4are sound-
1ing fora contest between the Railroad in-
t#,reiabdthe Commercial and Manufactur-
iri'g iint s, in which the former will un-
'dodbt'erly have to succumb, an] that this
is anti~pated, is evident from the faict that
the'm'ket value of Railroad Shares is ra-
pidly d4preciating. We have strong hopes,
therefoe,'that the next Rteamer will bring
us moW' hearing intelligence, and 'in th)e
'-neantine will console ourselves with the
approvedd ^~age, that when matters reach
the worst ihe'y must mend."
[Charleston Mercury.
[For the Commercial Advertiser.
i'MARRIED LOVE.
i,
Sweet wIfe, 'methinks I see thee now
With thy soft' hand upon my brow ;
While round thy form, my good right arm
Bids mybelov'd to fear no harm.

Thy lustrous"'''es so mildly beam
Tha I ike a:ilarice from heav'n they seem,
And o'er t&y iosy,, bheek so fair
I see the srhiles of angel's there ;
m~.
But 0 thy in, lov, voice, my wife,
Falls sweetly'oh'my toils dfhlife,
Anwakes ry' n-cliing soul, to move
In I) response trhe `chords of love.

Thfn aeahest g ft,.that Heav'n'has 'made .-,:
0 To cheer me through each glodmy'shade,
0 for a serah's heart, to raise
My sweetest numbers in thy piraise !
Whatever faults in thee appear,
I cannot-will not stoop to' hear;
But oft when others praise thy name,
-I drink their living words of flame.
VI.
'Sweet'partner of my joys and woes,
When balmy sleep my eyelids crose,
Bright visions of thee softly roll
A wave of feav'n upon my soul.
VII.
Swift to m* jbydus breast I'd strain
The fleet rh'g'shades; "but strive in vain-
Too soon &he-golden-moments rise
And chaste he "viiohifrom my eyes.
SIGNET.
THE ,N-f.-The New York Express
,j.'says : i Priate letters, from toe highest
Sources, fiotfm London, speaks with greater
eneourage'mae'ft'. Yhe writer express a belief
that the crisis 'had passede, and that the mer-
cantile comm'unity ad s'een the worst. The
flour market was'& r'iffle better in Havre.
The news has h-ad b u't I'itltle influence on
our market saless "ot 500 bales Cotton, at a
little easier 'p'ri'c'es-. The holders of flour
and grain are a rirt~le firmer. Pro'vtsions are
*.dull and lowerr.'
THE ROMANCE WAR.-A Frenci sbol-
dier, who accompanied 'the armies of Russia,
concealed a stnall treasure at the entrance of
"a village near Wilna, with a view of taking
'it with him on his return. After the defeat
'of Moscow, he was made lirisoner and sent


4to Siberia, and only recovered his liberty at
* ;the end of last year. On reaching Wilna,
!he remembered his hidden trea'suie,, and
after tracing out the spot. where he had de-
posited it, he went to take it away. WVhat
-was his astonishment to find, in the plaei of
,his money, a small Oin box containing a letter
addressed to him, in which a commercial
house was mentiioned at Nancy, where he
; might receive the sum hurried, with intrest
pince the year 1812. The soldier suppose
rfb~ this. was A ~a hoax;' he went, however,
o toilhe boulse pointed out, where he received
Ijbis ,capil.4, with twelve years' interest.-
With this sum he established a small
business at Nikfly. which enables him to
il'ie comfortably ; ibhut be has never been
,|able, though he Alas taken great pains, to
ascertain how his money was taken away
prnd restored to .Wrm.

SAIDS DE cAtmp Dp:rFs.-When carrying
,Orders let your eye be directed to the very
P' 0it aietnd at. You have nothing to do
|ijvih the flying shots, .if they have nothing
to do with you. If you should -lose your
aorse, travel on foot. If you should lose a
leg, you must hop on one. If you should
lose both, you must try how you con travel
,on the other extremity. Bu-t should you
lose yottr head, you had better stop, for you
,ca~not .deliver a verbal message.
[ Yankee Blade-
S, .Western editor, after a week's 11 court-
qingf has come to the conclusion "that if
the was anything which Omnipotence
Cold not foreytow it was the verdict of a
, petit jUry'


City Council Proceedings.
COUNCIL CHAMBER, )
WEDNESDAY EvENING, Nov. 10, 1847.
Council met. Present, B. S. Hawley, Mayor;!
Councilmen, Abell, Hancock, Goodlett, J. S.t
Hutchinson, T. R. Hutchinson.
The minutes of the last meeting were read arid;
approved.
The Clerk reported the returns of the Harbor'
Master and Marshal, for the month of Sept. last,:
which were read and ordered on file.
The Mayor stated that he had pledged his word
to the Sheriff' that the sum of $100 should be
raised and paid him on the Fi. Fa. against the
City, in favor of Rowdon, Wright & Hatch.
The Special Committee appointed t'bekamine
the road made by Mr. Bennett, repdrted having
done so, and recommended that said road'be ac-
cepted on the terms proposed by Mr. Bennett.
Adopted. ; ,, ,
The Committee on Claims reported 'favorably
on the following 'bills, which were passed and
allowed, viz:
R. Blount, as watchman to 1st Sept. last. $33 00
Wm. Blount, to 4th Oct. last.. 50 00
C. Thigpin, "4 'to 13th Oct. last. 75 00
J. D. Myers, ,to 13th.Sept last, 34 97
Dr. Chapman, for medical 'services....... 11 00
C. Horn, for boat hire arid carrying Dr.
Chapman down the Bay.'.............. 6 00
The bill of W. Valleau, for 2 qrs. salary
as Clerk and Treasurer was presented,
and on motion of Mr. Abell, was passed
and allowed at ...................... 200 00
The Committee asked further time to report
on the bill of D. McDonald, for repairing Hose
and Engine House No 1. Granted.
The following resolutions were offered and
adopted, viz:
By Mr. J. S. Hutinson. Resolved, That from
and after this date, no wharfage can be collected
'Qr considered due upon goods landed upon, or
shipped from unsound wharves or wharves out of
repair-.
By Mr. Goodleft. Resolved, That the Mayor
appoint a committee of 3 to examine and report
the expediency and cost of opening Water street
from Palmetto to the north side of Cypress street,
and put in such order as drays can pass.
And the Mayodr appointed Messrs.'Go6dlet, T.
R. Hutchinson and Abell said committee.
Mr. J. S. Hutchinson introduced an ordinance,,
entitled An ordinance to prevent the throwing
of cotton or other merchandise from the windows
of buildings into'the public streets," which was
read by the Clerk, and duly passed by its title.
Mr.'J.,S H.tchinson gave notice that at the
next nrc,,g he should offer an ordinance'to re-
gtlate the price of wharfage upon all goodsland-,
ed upon unsound or imp~drfect wharves.
The bills-of Wm. Blount as watchman, for,
$25 00, and 'C. Grady, building Cupola at Engine,'.
House No. 2, for $28 50, wdlre presented arid rd-,
fe~rrd to the Com. on Claims.
On motion the Council then aodjrned.


block 134 lots nos 3toi "-" ov-
SK ~~ ~~~~k i t ns i orofleF!siv unimprov^: o W rh
blck13 ltsno 3 to cl10 e ,prI :-IFor New York.
block 136 lots nos,,1 2 3 "6' 7gsje"u *proveU. I
block 136 lots nos .1 2 7 mv -improved: THE regular packet brig WM. L.
o DS n to10inclusive rveu" JONES, Tyler, master, will have dis-
block 139 ots nos 9 lt 10 inclusive unim' Ved: d lslpatch for the above port. .For freight
block 140 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimprov-or: e apply toA. OG
block 141 lots nos 1 2 3 4 58910 unimproved- N 40 Water s.
block 142 lots nos 1 to 8 inclusive unimproved, 1 & I LIr* ,
b l o c k 1 4 3 l o t s n o s 1 t o 1 0 i n c l u s i v e u n i m o r o v e d : s o A I L ] U NI P
block 144 lots Dos I to 10 inclusive unimproved :achiCola, Oa ,,
block 145 lots OS 1 to 10 inclusive unimpoved Fa
block 146 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : WILL leave Eufatla every
block 147 lots nos I to 10 inclusive upnimproved : Wednesda"o at1 6c P.
block 148 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved :Wednes via Wood'sa Store, Pb-
block 149 lots noo I to 10 inclusive unimproved -*0" \ bell ,"Clolumbia, Wood-
block 150 lots nos 1 2 3 4 7 8 910 unimproved : ville and"ariannaentipg-^hthe,
block 159 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unmproved ,: lea a at Chattahoo;hee.. This n wll
b l o c k 1 5 90 o s n o o10 n l s v n m r V i leda n d i d ah et oo r i 9 yi e
block 167 lots nos 12 3 4 7 8910 unimproved n c
block 168 lots nos l to 10 inclusive unimproved U. S. Mal
block 169 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved Y
block 170 lots nos 1 2 3 4 7 8 9 10 unimproved :towns between Eufaula and A~palachicola.
block 174 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved: or seats, apply to ;.T w
block 175 lois nos 8 to 10 in8chusve unimproved: W .. TAIWoR, Eua ila:
-bock 176 lots nos 1 2 3 6 7 8 9 10 unimproved JO TURNER, Abby ie
block 177 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : CHAN TS t opruiyftan
block 178 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved atn .L. CAVE iT a .... Colutmbia.
block 179 lots nos 123 45 6 789 10 unimproved : to NELSON HuaWLEY, ahattahoochee.
block 180 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved': BENa G. ALDERMAy, Ptoorietor,I
block 181 lots nos 1 2 3 4 5 8 9 1t0 unimproved Nov. 4, 1847. 42tf Marialna, Fa.
block 182 lots nos 1 to 8 inclusive unimprovedJ:A e
block 183 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved.: Thos. C. UA deriwood,
block 184 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive uni0rmproved : .....
block 179 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved:N O "N a ^ LEY q a i
block 186 lots nos 1 to 10 irclusive unimproved B (Late of Nthens, Geor'gia,) i,
block 187 2ats nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : RESPET FULLY bfle, i r
block 188 lotsnos 26 7 8t 10 unimproved : block 0
bl o c 1 8 l o t D o s 2 7 9 0 u i m p r v ed bl cliv ic e s to th e c itiz e n s o tf A l a la c h i -
189 lots nos 67 8 9 10 unim proved : block 190 lots col ',an te- c ot y of Fra nl thi
nos 6 7 89 10 unimproved. olr an the cont of Fanklrn
WHARF LOTS. jy | generally, in the line of Ihis pro-
1fession. Having 'Monthly co,-
100 feet lot No 102; 50 feet foot of Leslie munication with ,'the principal
street; 100 feet lot No 16; ; 0 fe r pt N 17 ; Northern cities, f Ne willbe b nailed
100 feet lot No 19 ; 90 feet footlof Centre street; Nrto furish his paesq at nabtimle
60 feet South part of lot No 20; 30 feet North wt t S' S
part of lo 't No 22 ; 90 feet foot of Chestnut st. ;... PLATES" OF F.siION, recalled




Getorg sIsonoS'd, an Do Ilad (*exclusive of description anoe in thefusua~l forms ot the d3ayi
that portion of St. Georges and Dog Island owned Walkityg and Riding Gaitors wmade in-a superior,
lthe U. overnmeng);6n',Wals tands lying manner; Tunic Dresse" and Boys' Cothesof
Ealaohclan e Bay ofpaachictofthi and bordering every description made in a neat and fashionable
Ion f St. GeorgeS Sud and bognIsln Eeat t dtWhe style. Allgartments made at this establishment
mouth of Nov. River, from thence in a direct line warranted tofit. .-.
to the Chipola Cut-o'fE, follow the Apalachi- U Shop, Second Story Baltzell's Buildings.
cola River down to its mouth, 'including Forbe's Entrance on Chestnut street.
Island (so called); the, whole containing 285,000 October 14, 1847. : 39-6m .
acres of third quality of Land, and 1000 of 2d W- A p o F an Winter F
quality, as per returns made by tlhe Assessor of ,e A pted of Fall andWinter Fashions just
State Taxes for Franklin County. received.
JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff; "City Hotel, Tallahasseeo.
and Ex-Officio Tax Collector Franklin Co. -TOTIft-E.n- I have to inform ,-ry friends an4
A palachicola, N ov. 4,1847. 42-6m t h ..... -., ;.t h T.. ,- ---.. .


PROCLAMATION.


"TIEREAS, Thankqrid praise are due from'
' the good people of the State of Florida to i
the Author of All Good fot the health, prospertry i
and other blessings which we, as a people, have
been permitted to enjoy during the current year:
Therefore it is proclaimed that THURSDAY,
the 25th November nexft be set apart to be ob-.
served throughout the Sta'?e as a day of Thanks-
giving and Praise to Almigh'ty God.
Given under my hand and the great seal
[SEAL.] of the State, at the 'Capitol, this 15th
October, 1847. I
W. D. MOSELY.
October 16, 1847. 40
$30 Reward.
THE above reward will be paid for the appre-
hension of Mathew C. Eubanks, who is
charged with horse-stealing and other crimes.
The said Eubanks left this County about the first
of May last, and is now believed to be in East
Florida.
Said Eubanks is about 26 or 28 years of' age,
rather spare made, broad across the shoulders,
about six feet in height, red or sandy hair, shoul-
ders stooping, face iound, complexion light or
sandy, and blue eyes-complains of his breast,
and has a cough that causes hoarseness-dresses
genteel, and when in this neighborhood passed
himself off as a Cumberland Presbyterian Prea-
.cher--he also professed to belong to the Odd Fel-
lows Societv. From the account given us, the
said Eubanks was arrested near Tampa Bay, in
East Florida, for E.ik misconduct; and, as he
passed himself for J. Rpberson,.he was brought
to Montgomery by the Sheriff of Benton County,
Florida, upon the supposition that he was Jesse
Roberson, who was charged ",ith. forgery, and
who broke jail in Montgomery last Sp rin'; but
as he, proved not to be J'esse Roberson, he was
get at liberty: and we have reason to believe he
will make his way towards East Florida, as his
health is such as to induce h'im mto make his way
to a more Southhrn circuit ....
SAMUEL S. SMITH.
THOMAS J. SMITH.


.i- I Me patrons o fits iouse, tnat.L naveleased
it, and that it will hereafter be conducted by
WILLIAM HEMINGWAY,, Esq., whp-"has for
many years been connected with the first class
Hotels at the North, and recently from the'Ame;.
rican Hotel in New York. Beleaving- he will
keep an excellent house, and spare no exertion'or
expense to make his guests comfortable, 'I recom-
mend the house to my friends and the public. .
THOMAS BROWN.
Tallahassee, Nov. 1, 1847 .. 4376m.


Sheriff's Sale.
BY virtue of an execution from Franklin Cir-
cuit Court, in favor of Thomas E. Linden-
berger vs. Robert J. Floyd, I have levied on the
equity of 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 rman Ben, and negro woman Chaney, and
I w'i!l expose for public sale the said equity of
redemption in said property, at. the Court House
in said city, on the fust Monday in December
next, between the usual hours of sale.
JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff:
Oct. 28, 1847. 41 & By B. LUCAS, D. S.


DIED,
At the residence of James P. Roan, on the 13th
inst., after a short illness, Mr. WILLIAM MOORE,
late Of North Carolina, aged 45 years.


CITY HOTEL, ,




TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA;, ': ;,


IN the management of this Hotel' the hnder,
signed will use his best exertions- tof -pk.sehis'"'
guests. He asks the public for their kiiintage.
WILLIAM HEMINGWAY.
November il, 1847. 43-6m-, "


Bermuda Arrow Root.
A FEW pounds of Bermuda Arrow Root,
received and for sale by
Nov 18 J C ALLEI


PASSENGERS.
Per steamer Qnincv-Mrs Johnston, S Curtis
and Jav, Thos L Mitchel and family, J S Selden,
J A Mitchel, D B Wood, J W Rinaldi.
Per steamer Flinl-Col M Alexander, Col Mor-
gan and serv't, R Lockhart, Mr Thomas, G Sin-
clair. 4
Per steamer Notion-H W Brooks, lady and
serv't, W H Young, family and servts, W G Por-
ter .
Per steamer Quincy- "W W Sims and lady,
Alford and lady, L B Perkins and son, Mr McAl-
pin and family, Capt McNaug-hton, Capt J Jordan.
RECEIPTS FROM THE INTERIOR.
Per steamer Quincy-24 bales cotton 'to Thos
Preston: 4 do, 6 bxs t6'bifeco, Lockhart & Young;
9 bxs tobacco to Harper & Holmes; 27 bxs'tobac-
co to B S Hawley.
Per steamer Flint-40 hides to Wylie & McKen-
zie; 2 bxs tobacco to J Day 5 Co.
Per steamer Notion-18 bales cotton to Wm G
Porter & Co. 12 do to Sims & Cheever.
Per barge Live Oak'-'65 bales cotudn 'to Wm G
Porter & Co- 47 do to J Day & Co.
Per steamer Quincy-7 bales cotton it D G Ra-
Dey.
Per steamer Southerner-2 bales cotton to Wy-
lie & McKenzie; 6 do to Wm G Porter & Co; 6
do to Sims & Cheever.
Per barge Hawkeye-58 bales cotton to J Day &
Co.


just


N.


Rd .' iotinsoas Patent Barley,
FOR sale by
Nov 18 J C ALLEN.


AND .>
RESTAUR ANT. T..
ATHE public are respectfully informed
that the above establishment bas"'beenr
entirely refitted, and is now open for the
reception of permanent and transient BoardJr s,
and the subscribers hope by strict attento6 to the
business pt their house to be.second to n~onDy"
rendering their guests comforoable. Their-table
will be supplied at all times with every delicacy"
the market affords. Planters and Captains of
vessels will find this a very :convenient house. ,:"
Game, Oysters, &c. served up at all hours afd
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 wit] continue to
sustain them.....
JAMES GIBSON& UO.
November 11, 1847. 43-f. -


Razors, Pen Knivs && Scissor4.
AN assortment of Razors' Pen Knives and
Scissors, of Rodgers manufacture, for sale by
Nov 1S J C ALLEN.


Seeds*
FRESH Garden Seeds, just received, and for
F sale by
Nov 11 H. F. ABELL.
Hardware.
T RACE CHAINS, Spades, Locks, assorted,
Wagon and Cart Boxes, Drawing Knives and
Irons, &c. &c. for.sale low by .
Nov 11 E. McCULLY, 50 Water st.


Congress Water,
N pint and quart bottles, just from the Spring,
for sale by
Nov1i8 J C ALLEN.


R1EA6Y MADE CLOTHING
On Consignment.
JUST received, and now opening a't. No. 38
Water street, up-stairs, direct fiom &he Man-
ufactory, a large and well assorted Stock of
Ready Made Clothing,
which will be sold here at Xcw York prices, for
Cash. Merchants and dealers are invited to call
and examine the stock. Additional inVoicesvwill
be received monthly during the seas4n.
JNO. S. HUTCHINSON,
Nov 11. Agent for Maniufactory.


Irish Potatoes and Onions;
A FIiNE article tor sale by
Nov 11 E. McCULLY, 50 Water st.


Fresh Garden Seeds.
A LAGE assortment of Fresh Seed, just rec'd,
an'd for sale by
Nov i1 J. C. ALLEN.


Apalachicola Exchange.,, j, I
_n THE subscriber informs his ,friends
fg and the public in general., that, he ihas bdI
Become the Proprietor of this above well
known house, arid will be pleased to entertaiff
any of the travelling community that may favor
him whit their custom, and will alsq accomm'N
date resident boarders. The bar will always-bi
supplied with genuine liquors of the; chocest
quality. JOHN PATRIDGE.
Apalachicola, Nov'. 14, 1846. ,..,-


Flour, Whiskey, &c.
2 BBLS. Illinois Superfine Flour,
0 20 bbls Rectified Whiskey,
2 hhds Bacon Side,
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.


Burglarjr.
THE shop of the 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 articles, or for any information' that will
lead to the detection of the iheif. ,.
JOHN CAIGH.
N; B. All persons indebted ,to me are requested
to pay up and save cost. J. C.
Apalachicola, Nov. ii, i847. 43-tf.


PORT OF APALACHICOLA...,... Nov. 18.


ARRIVED.
Nov 13-Br ship queefi,jNewland, from Liver-
pool, with 3150 sacks salt, to J Day z Co.
Schr Isabella, Barb'e&, fm New Orleans. ,
Nov 18-Schr Anti Maria, Brisbee, from Balti-
more
Steamer Quinny,, Allen, fm Chattahoochee.
Steamer Southerner, Thompson, fm Eufaula.
steamer Notion, McAllister, fm Eufaula.
Steamer Flint, Demarel, fm Florence.
LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT.
SHIPS.
Queen, (Br.) Newland. 650 toil, dischiarging-"J
Day & Co.
BARQUES.
Reform, Lewls, 322 tons, discharging-Wr G
Porter & Co.
BRI6S.
Almeda; Hallbck; 191 tons, waiting-Nours'e,
Stone & Co.
Wm L Jones, 220 tons, for NeW York, With dis-
patch-A Dodge
Virginia, Collns, 349 tons, 6wAiting--Haipei &
Holmes.


6"SET'Eam UP. '9 :9
Athenaenm Bowling Saloon' .
THE subscriber bogs leavq to announce to his
_friends and the public generally, that 'he has
become sole proprietor of the above establishment,
and hopes by proper managerr)ent and strict at-
tention, to merft 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


BLACK and Red Ink, also Cott6n Marking do.
just received and for sale by .
Nov 11 H. F. ABELL.
Castiie SOap,
TUST received, and for sale by
J Nov 11 H. F. ABELL.


Groceries, &c.
JUST received from New York, per bHg Alaba-
J ma, a general assortment, of Groceries, &c.
consisting in par t as follows, viz :,
Crushed Stgar, -a fine article,"
Pickles, assorted, Lemon Syrup,
Cog. Brandy; "a supeL article,"
Com. ,do.
Holiand 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. UCoix Sugar,
Bacon Sides, &c. &c. .
All of which will be sold low by ..-
E. McCULLY,
Nov 11 50 Water st.
Drugi Medieunes & Chemicals.
A FRESH supply of Drugs, Medicines and
Chemicals, now landing from barik Refrml,
and for sale by
Nov 11 J. C. ALLEN.
Tow nsend's Sarsaparilla,
UST received by
Nov 11 J. C. ALLEN.
Old Reserve Whiskey,
F Smith's Eagle Brand, for sale by
E. McCULLY,
Nov 11 50 Water st.


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


For Sale,
i0 HHDS. choice N 0 Sugar;
.50 bbls Flour, :by
Feb 2.. NOURSE, STONE& CO.-


CHAS. P. M'CALLA. GUSTAVE R6,MAIN.
ffI'Calla && Romain,'
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 9 Columbus Block.


Swayne's Syrup of Wild Cherry,
JUST received and tbr sale by
Oct 28 J. C. ALLEN.


MOFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND PHOENIX.
BITTERS, just received'and for sale by ,
Nov 21 J. C. ALLEN.


ATS arid Caps by the case low for cash by.
B. ELLISON,& CO.,., "

Blank Books and Stationery.
L EDGERS, Journals, Day Books', &c.,
50 reams Fo'olscap and Letter Paper;
Cotton Memorandum Bpoks;
Ship and River Bills Lading;
Boooks for, Letter Press. -.
Blank Bills af Exchange and Checks,
Just received and for sale by ": .
March I H.F. ABELLt .;


Apalachicola, Fla.


Nov. 18


Edward IcCully,
GROCER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 50 Water street.
Nov i1 Apalachicola, Fa.


AMERICAN
Net aind Twine PTIanufacturinig
Company,
12 COMMERCIAL-STREET,
(Up Stairs,) BOSTON.
Manufacturers and Dealers in Bryan's Patent
Twine Stands, Post Office Twines, Baleing and
Bundle Twines, MeCarty's Cotton Herring Twine,
Cotton Seine Twine, Tanned and Untanned, Flax
Herring Twine, Hawser and Shroud-laid Mack-
erel Lines; Herring, Pohagan Shad, Bass, and
Dip Nets. Government Seines with Bags; Cod,
Herring, Mackerel, Shad, and Menhaden Seines,
&c. I
X B. ,Nets and Seines knit to order at short
notice. ; :B. ELLISON.;& Co., Agenjts,
, October 14,'1847. 391tf Apalachicola.


Jas. F. Farrior,
GENERAL RECEIVING, FORWARDING <
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 50 Water street.
Nov 11 Apalachicola, Fla.


i


Billiard Table for Sale.
WILL be sold cheap, a fine Billiard Table,
with new cloth, balls, ques, &c. complete.
Apply to WM. PETRY,
Nov 18 American House.


SHEETINGS, Shirtings and Prints, by ttid
bale and case, low for cash, by / ...
B. ELLISON & CO,.-
Jan 23 1 ,.24 Water.stree.1 '
Carpenter's Extract of Buchu.
W" ARRANTED gennine, for sale by "
Juv7 1 J. C. ALUEN.-
Bay Rum, -
O F the finest quality, just received, and .(or
0 sale by [Oct 28] J. C. ALLEN


Genesee Flour, Goshen Butter,
AND a superior article of CHEESE, for sale
by E. McCULLY,
Nov 11 50 Water st.


sagging and Rope,
OR sale by E. McCUILLY,
Nov t11 50 Water st.


Hydrostatic Ink Fountain.
A FEW Hydrostatic Ink Fountains, Pen Racks,
Sand Boxes, Paper'Folders, Stamps, Seals,
Paper Clasps, Weights, &c. for sale by
Nov 18 J C ALLEN.


OSE and Lavander Water, for sale by
July 17 J C. ALLEN.


J. SPiENCE,
WATCH AND CLOCK MAKER,
j t Second Story Baltzell's Buildings,
^ ^r^^-,(Entrance on Chestnut-st)
f^ w S APALACHICOLA, FA.
N. B. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry carefully
prepared. October 21, 1847.


COMMERCIAL.


m m INTELLIGENCE.


.To Lett *
THE second floor of store No. 50,
water street. Apply on the-pr4misest,
in ter E. McCULLY-,
October 28, 1847. ,, ,





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THE 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, C
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 i
interests and population of our State and City re- n
quire, a diversity of labor must be expended
upon it; such we are determined to furnish.-t
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-
tagonisiic toour own. To render our paper the
firm but dispassionate exponent of. democratic
principle, the calm yet unflinching advocate of
Southern institutions, the vehicle ot amusing and
instructive thought upon all proper subjects,
whether of science, literature# or general infor-
mation,-in a wordlto make it a welcome visitor
at once to the merchant and the mechanic, the
student and the farmer, shall be our constant en-
deav6r; and if, in addition to this, we shall
be enabled by extending ourcirculation through
the interior, to strengthen the ties which bind
our beloved S.ate and City together, and to
secure that oneness of sympathy and feel-
ing so essential to the prosperity of both, we shall
find our labors amply repaid.
To enable us to continue our present connec-
tion, however, and to do all that we would wish
to do in the way of improving The Georgian,"
we must look for an increased support from the
public ; such we now solicit and confidently 'ex-
peet. Wm. H. BULLOCH.
HENRY R. "JACKSON.

TERMS:
THE DAILY GEORGIAN fs published in
Savannah at TEN DOLLARS PER ANNUM, pay-
able semi-annually, in advance; or, SIX DOL-
LARS FOR Six MONTHS.
THE TRI-WEEKLY GEORGIAN, fbr 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.


( nfo

C rT x months after date, I will apply
tJ\ u ^,on. Judge of Piobates tor Franklin
for a final discharge from the Adminis-
0 ion of the estate of Donald Campbell, late of
,said county,, deceased. __
JANET WILLIAMS, Adm'x.
e Apalachicola, June 5, 1847. 21-6m
a STATE OF FLORIDA.

Calhoun County.
e "7"NOW YE, that it is hereby ordered, that
of i Luke Lott, Executor on the Estate of Mary
Thomas, late of said county, deceased, is hereby
Y authorised to sell the following Real Estate of
of the said deceased:-
N E of section 22, the S El- of section 2%,
the S W of section 14, the S E of section 26,
t- the N E .5 of section 14, all of Township 1, Range
a- 8, North and West; and the S E I of section 25
in Township 2, of Range 8, North and West.
e. The above Lands to be sold for the benefit of
'e the legatees, and creditors, of said deceased.
Given tinder my hand and private seal, there
being no seal of office, this 6th day of September-,
A D., 184-- .


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


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


PRO ECTU us
OF THE

FLORIDA WHI,
A WEEKLY PA]PEB
TO BE PUBLISHED Ix^E2JA
THE undersigned proposed i^Ushing^ hi
'Town of Marianna, Jacksor.county,.....a'
weekly newspaper with th;Aabve "e -
This paper will be dev-d to ratredAg
culture, and Science;- wvi .also contain th
..current news of (he ,4y and articles in support (
.the Whig P -olicy.-' *. ,
The w;.dtf locafipaper has been several,
feltin.-dcksoRW.on and Washington count
"tieft and has led /the proposed establishment o
P.'_s Journal../
." The undershned hope to obtain sufficient pat
.'' ;ronage to er/able them to commence 'its public
tion by the 1st or September. '
TERMs-Three dollars per annum, in advance
$3 50 if paid within six months; or $4 00 at th
end of the year. ...........


Arabella E. Hepburn, widow of
Burton Hepburn, deceased,
Complainant.
VS.
Joseph L. Hepburn, George 0.
HepbOrn, 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 I. 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.
Brockenbrough and the Bank.
of Pensacola, i
-Defendants.
IT appearing to the satisfaction of'the Judge of
this Court, by the affidavit of the Complain-
ant's Solicitor, that the Defendants hereinafter
named do not reside within the Western Circuit
of the State of Florida, but within the United
States of America'; that is, that the Defendants
Joseph L. Hepburn resides in the State of Texas;
'the said Geoige 0. Hepburn'in he 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
ones, John H. Howard and Edward Cary, trus-
tees of Calhoun & Bass; Mordicai Myers, as-
signee of George W. Ross, a bankr'ipt, 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 Slate of Alabama;
the said Joseph Branch and Lawrence .O'B.
Branch and William H. Brockenbrough, each re-
side in the Middle Circuit of Florida : It is there-
fore ordered, that'the said Defendants hereinbe-
fore named, and every of them, do appear arid
answer the said bill ot 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


BENJ. G. LL.L>uL a& ou.


July 31, 1847.


THOSE. L. TYRES, [L. S.1
Judge of Probate for Calhoun County.
The above Lands witl be sold at the house 6f
James Nails, on Monday the fifteenth day of No-
,vember next. Terms of sale, one-third cash, the
balance in one and two years. Persons wishing
,to buy Lands in Florida, will do well to embrace
this opportunity, as the above Lands comprise
some of as good, if not the best, in the State, and
most suitably adapted to -the cultivation of Sea
Island Cotton, and Spanish'or Segar Tobacco.
LUKE LOTT,
Executor of Mary Thomas, dee'd.
Calhoun 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.
0October 29, 1847. 41-4m


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B. Eliison & Co., 211 Water street
SHIP CH ANDLERY
MAN!LLA and Hemp Cordage of all sizes
Hambruline, Wormline, Marline, Spun
yarn, Oakum, Sperm Oil, Fall do, Whale do, 01ily
do, Linseed do.:Raw do, Boilod do, Spirits Tut
pentine, Paints, Window Glass, Putty, Wlit.
Lead, Red do, Yellow Ochre, Chrome Green
Efmerald do, Imlperial do, Chrome Yellow, Vei
digris, Lithirage, Sulphur, Bright Varnish, GopE
do Tar, Rosin, Pitch, Turpentine, Coal, Pain
Brushes, Varnish do, Tar do, Scrub do. Clamp dc
Lamp Black, Chalk, Whiiting, Russia Duck, En
fish do, Cotton do, Heavy Ravens do, Light dc
'Whtte'.1 Blue and Red Bunting, Nails, Copper dc
,do Tacks, Ship Spikes, Boat do, Brads, Screw,
SJack Screws, Auchors, Handspikes, Capstai
Bars, Oars, Blocks, Shires, Jib Hanks, Han
Pumps. Deck Buckets, Cedar do_, Deck Broom,'


Corn do, Caulkiug Mallets, Sarving do, Axes, Ax
Helves, Hooks and Thimbles, Box Hooks, Bale d(
Can do. Cotton do, Boat do, Fish do, Caulkin
Irons, Making Irons, Marline Spikes, Ship Scra
pers, Bung Dippers, Cook's Ladles, Tormentor!
Dividers, Cdmpasses, Sail Needles, Sail Twine
Seine do, Sewing do, Palms, Rigging Leather
PumpAdo, Shovels, Hammers, Hatchets, Chisel:
Aug-rs, Planes, Handsaws, Gimblets, Handsa,
File's, kat'Tail ,d, Iron Squares, Cupboard Locks
Stock do, Hooks and Staples, Hinges, Padlocks
Wood Saws, Pendant Hanlyards, Hand Lines
Deep Sea do, Log do' Fish do, Hand Leads, Dee
Sea do,-Sheet do, Bar do, Funnels, Lanthorns
ChalkLins,.Pitch Pots, Log Books, Cargo d(
Belaying Pirqs, Tin Ware, Crockery, Carpenter
Tools, Sampson Posts, &c., &c.
Apalachicola, Jan. 23, 1847.


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
Dee 12 J. C. ALLEN, Druggist.

Tarrant's Compound Extract of
Cubebs and Copavia.
Stands unrivalled for its
efficacy; it performs a cure
in a few days-no confine-
.ment or restriction in diet,
is necessary. It will be
found invaluable, being pre-
pared with the greatest
lit possible care, upon well
tested principles, founded
upon that important law,
first established by the cel-
ebrated Dr. Fordyce, viz:
.. ^ that a combination of sim-
iKar remedies would produce a more certain,
speedy, and considerable effect, than anyequiva:-
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.


Callioun 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,
1. 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 Circmit Court oft Cahoun coun-
ty, and will apply fo* foreclosure of the s~tme at
the December term of said Court next ensuing.
R. J. MOSES, Art'y for PI'ff.
September 23, 1847. 37-3m


NEW ORLEANS TYPE FOUNDRY


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Printers' Furnisling Warehouse.
JVo. 17 Canal str(et Row.
THE undersigned beg leave to announce to
Publishers and Printers, that they have es-
tablisheda 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
fund as handsome, it' 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 tie attention
of Printers before purchasing elsewhere. All
articles manufactured by us shall be of a rnate-
rial equal, it not superior, to any manufact,red
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 LEA DS', having an en-
tire new set of moulds, by which we are enabled
to furnish a perfect article. We are also Agents
for the sale of the- Napier, Wa-hington, and
Smith Presses, which together with Chases,
Cases, Composing Sticks, Furniture, Ink, and
every other article required in the Printing busi-
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by stating the size of the paper, or the particular
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0(3- The proprietors of newspapers who will
publish this advertisement six months, and send
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advertisement by purchasing six times theamount
ofadvertising bill in Type.
GREEN & CO.,
May 22, 1847. 19-6m 17 Canal st. Row.


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In District Court of the United
States, for the Northeri- IDis-
trict of Floridaa.
IN ADMIRALTY.
Daniel N. McLean,.and
others, owners of the
steam boat Augusta,
vs. b Libel for Collision.

The Steam Boat Eufaula,
her tackle, apparel and
furniture. J
N OTICE is hereby given to all whom it may
concern, that by virtue of an attachment
warrant of arrest, issued in the above cause, I
have seized and taken the above mentioned Steam
Boat Eufaula, her tackle, apparel and furniture,
to answer to the libel filed therein, for damages
for a collision, in a cause civil and maritime.-
That the said process is returnable before the
District Court of the United States for the North-
ern District of Florida, at the Clerk's office ,of
said Court, in the city of Apalachicola, on the
third Monday (11th 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


CANADIAN VEMPiJ UG E.
The remedy to which we would call the atten-
tion of the public, is one which has proved sue' i
cesslul for -along time ; and it is universally ac-
knowledged by all who have tried it, to be FAR
SUPERIOR to any other medicine ever employed j
in diseases for which it is recommended. It not
onlv destroys WORMS AND INVIGORATES
TfHE WHOLE SYSTEM, but it dissolves and
carries offthe superabundant slime or mucus SO
PREVALENT IN THE STOMACH AND
BOWELS OF CHILDREN, more especially
those in bad health. The mucus forms the bed
or nest in which Worms produce their young,
and by removing it, it is impossible for worms to
remain in the body. It is harmless in its effects
on the system, and the health of the patient is
always improved by its use, even when no worms
are discovered.
The Canadian 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 Ca. adian Reinedy.
WINERY'S PSVTOPSAL SYRUP
OF HOREHOUND 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 dver 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,
sorenessand pain, and speedily imparting renew-
ed vigor and elasticity to the whole frame.
Prepared and sold, wholesale and retail, by
JOHN WINER & Co., 83 Maiden Lane, New
York, soie proprietor for the Uni'ed 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 eases, 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 cough's before
your lungs are.past cure. For sale by
C ALLEN,' Sole Agent for
-.- Apalachicola.
CAUT@ON--The genuine Doctor .TAYLOR'S
BALSAM O F"LIVERWORT, has on the bottle a
splendid steel .plate-engraving, to prevent coun-
terfeits signed by Gurdon J. Leeds, any other is
vile and'dangerous imitations, and the public arE
cautioned not to purchase or deal in it, as it is
protected by the U. S. Copy Right Laws.
March 21, 1846. 12-1y


WALTON CIRCUIT COURT- ,-
In Chancery.
Cornelius Grantham,.]
vs. Petition for Divorce.
Fatha Grantham. f
T'appearing to the satisfaction of the Court-,
by affidavit made in this case., that the de-
tendant, 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. 32-3mi
A NEW DOLLAR PAPER.
ROUGH AND READY.
COME AND TAKE ME."
Being the very best and cheapest newspaper at
the lowest price, namely,
OXNE D OLLdRd A EtR,payable in advance.
This paper is. issued every Saturday, at 116
Nassau street, on a handsome sheet, with an ele-
gantly engraved title, representing General Tay-
lor on horseback at the
BATTLE OF BUENA VISTA.
It is also illustrated generally witn handsome
engravings, representing the battle scenes of the
war, &c.
It advocates the claims and supports -the nomi-
nation of
GENERAL ZACHARY TAYLOR AS
PRESIDENT.
It goes for old Rough and Ready," party or
no party, as by far the very best man in the
United States to be.President.
It presents all the details and incidents of the
war, as they are received in New York.
It is running over with anecdotes, stories, ex-
citing adventures, &c. It also tells all the news
of the week, both foreign and domestic. IT IS
A GREAT PAPER in all respects, both for city
and country subscribers.
It is expected to have the largest circulation of
any paper in the Union. Every man friendly to
the election of General Taylor will subscribe for
it. It will be sold by thousands all over the
country. Every Postmaster who expects to be
reappointed, will act as agent and procure sub-
subscribers.
The fact is, THE ROUGH AND READY will
be the recognized organ of the friends of General
Taylor, who are in favor of his baing nominated
and
ELECTED BY THE PEOPLE.
Let every well-wisher of the country SEND
HIS DOLLAR forthwith to
WILKINSON & Co., Publishers,
116 Nassau-street, New-York.
Price 3 cents single; a large profit allowed to
agents, who buy in quantities.
For the purpose of facilitating the formation
: of Clubs in all parts of the United States, the
, Rough and Ready will be furnished, in numbers
, to one address, post-paid and in advance, as fol-
5 lows:-
I Twelve copies for one year, (84 cts. each) $10 00
Twenty-five 11 1 1 (80 cts. each) 20 00
' Fifty copies (70 cts. each) 35 00
3 One hundred (60 cts. each) 60 00


Franklin Circnit Court,
STATE OF FLORIDA.
Charles Barnarnd, Abel'
Adams, George W.
Barnard and Charles
Larkin, Merchants, .Attachment
trading underthe firm. Sum sworn to $-154


13 90.


of Barnard, Adams Damages $S000.
& Co."
VS.
John Dill.
THIE Defendant and all others interested, will
J1 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. apri417 14-4m


Dry Goods.
T HE subscribers offer for sale a large and sea-
sonable stodk of Dry Goods, consisting in
part of
Negro Kerseys and LinseyS,
White and Red Flannels,
Plain and Fancy Jeans,
Double twilled Tweeds,
Super fancy Casameres,
Super English and French Cloths,
Whitney Blankets, 10, 11 and 12 qrs
Duffil Blankets, 8, 9 and 10 qrs.
Denims, Kremlins and Cottonades,
Brown Shirting and Sheeting,
Cotton Osnaburgs,
Cotton Drilling and Ticking,
Linen and Cotton Checks,
Irish Linen, Shirting and Sheeting,
Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheetingi
English, French and American Prints,
Extra super, plain and twilled Ginghams,
Super Cas`s-"ere d'Ecosse,
Extra super Muslin de Laine,
English, Scotch and American do.
Super Italian black and figured Silks,
Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs,
Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs,
English arid American Cotton Hkfs,
Madras and Verona head Hkfs,
Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose;
Super Marseilles and Worsted Vestings,
Cotton and Flax Thread,
Plain and fig'd Swiss and checked Muslins;
Jaconet and Cambric Muslins,
Needles, Pins, Tape, &c.,&c
:Which have been selected with great care in
New York and Boston, from Importers and Agents
of Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates, and
are now offered at wholesale or retail on favorable
terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Dec. 5, 1846.' 41 Water street.


Franklin Circuit Court.
D. K. Dodge, )
V30 IN CHANCERY.
James C. Watstn, et al.
D. K. Dodge, )
vs. Bill for Partition..
'D. McDougald, et. al.
G EORGE W. ROSS having filed a petition on
the 22d April, 1846, praying to have a cer-
tain amount of money now in Court, belonging to
defendants, appropriated to the payment of his
fees as the Counsellor and Solicitor of said de-
fendants; and the matter having been referred to
me as Special Master in Chancery to act and re-
port upon the same, after having given 30 days
notice by publication in the papers; It is there-,
fore ordered that said George W. Ross, the defen-
dants Watson, McDougald, et. al., and all others
interested, to appear before me in the city of
Apalachicola on the seventh (7th) of April next,
then and there to present or defend their respec-
tive claims, &c.
CARRAWAY SMITH,
Special Master in Chancery.
Apalachicola, March 6, 1847. 8=5t ,
Q@1 The hearing of the above matter is post-
poned until Friday, the 16th inst.
Apalachicola, April 10,1847- 13-1t
0- The hearing of the above matter is post-
poned until the 30th June next.
Apalachicola, April 24, 1847. 15-2m
0- 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 C e
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 con'fesso.
THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.
July 24, 1847. 28-4m
Wistar's Balsain of Wild Cherry.
1 DOZEN, justoreceived and for sale by
April 10 H.F. ABELL.


Hops,
FRESH Fall Crop, for sale by
April 17 H


. F. ABELI


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.


Oil Cloths and Carpets.
10 PCS Oil Cloth, 1 and 2 yards wide;
3 pcs super Ingrain Carpeting;
3 Cotton "
2 Stair "
For sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO.
Dee 5 41 Water street. ,
C OLD Pressed Castor Oil and Saratoga Water,
just received and for sale by
April 10 H. F. ABELL.
ALAD OIL, just receivedand for sale by
Apr117 H, F. ABELL


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


Drugs and Medicines.
THE subscriber has, and will
S constantly have, on hand,a complete
assortment of'rDRUGS and MEDI-
CINES, which he willwarrant pure
Sand 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 theday or night.
J. C. ALLEN,
March 21 Cor. Centre and Comnierce sts.


WINERY'S


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COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER !]
PUBLISHED EVERY THi2SDAY1y l
J. JL. WYMAN.

iti
W. G. 11. DAVIS, Editor.J |
ice, Third Story Baltzell'VBuildi-ngs, corn of
Commerce and Cheitmut streets. I
ThRMS,. I[ '
UBSCRIPTIONS.-Three dollarss per, a um,
paid in advance, or $3 5 if paid wi in six
nths, or $4 00 if paid thefafter. J -
rio subscription taken for a lesstierra'yian, six
nths-and 52 wilt invariably .rhf' gd, for
t period. No paper will btdisco01led until f
arrearages are paid, unless A the option of the '
prietor. ,
ADVERTISEMENTS.-One square (twelve lines
less) will be inserted at the-rat of One Dol-
for the first, and Fifty Centsfc every subse-
ent insertion.
To those who advertise by theyear a liberal
count will be made ; but alladvftisements not .B
ictly pertaining to their own biiness, as well ".-l
all legal advertisements sent irby them, will
charged at the usual rates.
)@- All legal advertisements rust be paid for
advance.
Cc- Five Dollars will be chased for announc-
g candidates for office. '|
jd- All advertisements from& distance must ,.
accompanied with the cash,,r city reference,'
insure insertion.

WILL BE PUBLISHED AT WAKIINTON D.
On the seventh of Dec.0ber next.
NUMBER (1E Qq
OF THE .
UNITED STATES REPORTER,
Daily Journal of Governmet, Legislative and |j
General New; t
THE subscriber is now enable to announce the
mpletion of his arrangementsfor the establish-
ent of a well-organized and irdtfndent Jour-
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The leading features of the Unitd States Re-
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r obtaining information, the "-Raorter", will
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e proprietor is bound to furnish daily to that
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nd statesmanship of that body tfwvhich they
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earu.
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morning.
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e regularly given. Members of C~gress andt.,
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bias. The proprietor, by the lernits of his don-
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icriber is to establish, at the Seat of Governinent^
a faithful and prompt reporter of all sorts of i
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pohitician, the business marn, the manufacturerr^
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in connection with the'daily paper, there-will ;
be issued from the same establishment,
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This publication will contain exclusively the
Reports of the Proceedihgs and Debares of ihe
Congress of the United St:,t,. It %%ill be issued
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to subscribe's at the rate, of two dollars Ci r .hlie
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United States Reporler,*Washington, D. C...
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to whom the Extras will be despatched.
.[Florida Molasses.
IN tierces and barrels, .forsale 'oY
Bi ELLISON & CO.
Feb 20 24 Water street.
a WISTAR'S and Swayne's Balsam of Wild
Cherry, just received and for sale by
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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 18, 1847
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Apalachicola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Franklin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Franklin -- Apalachicola
Coordinates: 29.725278 x -84.9925 ( Place of Publication )
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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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1jU! DCrcctors. 1itt i1tt ss Dfrrctorn.U. I fWiscrUaurcttsI [ I ,there no joy-no consul'(,lion in bearing Witness j i [Frol/lthe- X. 1'. JIvvnin? Kxpre-; *.]-- I f fictilties: that they :have thrown in our way,

:- '-."" o COP.Tt.Z A:1''J'it.ItJ.1J: <: -:and I Mexico has been reached wish only
LAY' 0 I1.1 Hllil': W.Uiooks.; For the' CiMimi'-'c.:.!! Advertiser. i f-nIT1' Itencf fort h and forever mut I b about one third, of tiie lotce which landed
A Co. was
.. i'a 1-911 \ouixc, Stone A- Co. I 1.0IrlI\\f'lh,: away+ :and( blessed be rise name great.and -
lrl IIDJ I : : I d.1 K il c ll A Nuin T S COMMISSION A'X E'EI1t! : : -'ll'1 1: :. associated names in the world's,) his- !' i at \crl Cruz. It is not an Indian or a
)11 F. 11 C H T S, of the Lord" ? Suppose we slllli'rthrarn- '
Aa n': : < tvo \ Xo. -lij Watct.tr.'et It is the duly of a ('lis stiau never to murmur (ror111 ihe year; if,lf!). I hetoiir.er started savage: race that we have had to contend'
,; 1 1-. ; itK'iniiARmvARE.: ; : nips of death lie! our Savior who can tell |from ,the i | with !but
l = Vv ; <:, l H'I TS. S.1OE-1lATa: Ier 12 A Id n-iiieola!, Fla. at the dispensations of Prov'dt-nce. I ismd of Cuba with only about I a people whose leader are highly
l -v, how Onturians :; .j.'O Spaniards, and 200 Indians, together 'intelligent! and I scientific, and whose
forces
,- ci.:"*. \'fiK'K: : ':uv, snip l..o \\" were all brought into existence for many may sax. "surely, I .
( id.:1I"1 tt .onn ;, Purposes wiih I I sever.il; and! \ and 'have been 'trained all the weil known
ti.1ii11.ti:1! Vc.iroet this was a .son of God( i iDo negroes n. t women, in arts
r COMMISSION I ;and I FORWARDINGMERCHANTS ,that we know not of; and the Creator horses and
.1 its'ater i JIG and mates, nn one of the most Mralf't) of modern warfare. Gunpowierar.d ; -
you see others of your calling in life,
,
..11:1, :;1 A.t :tubicola, Fa. permits us to live, until the ends for which I j romantic expeditions ever known. The dej '( : lire anus: in short have put them
Xo. o.'J;; tf.drrstrret
I'. .,. f.'I."S' ...., nov21 Ajialacbicola, FlaJEJIEMIAII we were made are accomplished. Many of 1 prosperous and happy, while you are poor j jaiid i
I dependant' ? Never murmur As well and blue ground, with a red I cross in the 'h. Iheh.lH' had all the iuvignration inspijed -
.,"lIt t'I\1i--.I1EiC1IAT I l us into r(1n's'illwLtt knowing
our
!: pass ;
l.1'i ', DAV. DANIEL J. 1>\. I midst, of ,the b.ax.e; and! words! : I by the "f liar anil
the gcuitis
jtl') ,', X.,. o Coftt.u: ,i i* .J'lil.lin s, I ini::ht the desert complain of the fertile following > r nnntrt.
: .1. F> A- Co. why we were brought into the world. icu asainotio ; 'the fact ih .t defending their
Crurem
n"j 1 J"; A ul ictiicnl.1. Fa. ay Did ,the I ; 111/1'1. seqtiamar. et they vvne own
'i j valley. not form
creator
r ; CO M MI b J51 Inx 'IEjCH.\XT: have lived and died, without any think re- j same vou in hoc si:',viiiL-emus ;" friend.. let us > wives anti} children from ir.v.sinu.;

I: ) AiJcn A: Co., _".0. .-).) \\"dtpr "u"l'r, I maikiddeoccurriu": : their lives and ti ;i i both ? Did he rub ypli, iu order to give tot I follow ,the cross and under ,that standard 1 Now, wlit-nvve "PIII.'mlrr Ifnt. notwithstanding
; t're-
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t X $3- \l 1-oA for h. .1t: : I Iliie fine I 'IIHnci_hborn(1( has he not aright I we shall conrpi'r." This small force, however + all these difficulties and dangers,
111"1' ,
:. I M.F.'iV IU Ti"l"rIL.;, : nts t ;a : :If'" ( u. we are apt to com'Uid hat such persoup
L. ';I'C'.s, \v :> <" \sriNGs, ( .* Pr itertioit, Innr.iieCo., ," aid the "Hdit- ( .10 do with his own, as !seemeth him ood! ? was constantly incre.isf] l h. lice deertions f (>ru. Scott and bis artily. li..ve rd.inteiJ! the
ord 1'* IT 1111' Ci,." Hartt'otd Connf I were drones in society, and useless I of( whole Statfs from the empire IIfI | American flag iu a city of :(\t.Otit( ir.hnbiJ
jIl'uf:t''arc'' s flf 1'112, teen, and Copper --. --. --. I If your neighbor's prosperity is ,taken -
I'll -
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J1 're. membeis i of creation. It i. ;an, au-ful thin, t away I Moi.tey.uma. October =ills V)'_'7, Corn-/ !; :. :arid that. ton .*r'ti' ,
lIal'tf I' :.oltlli"', f sale
t Der I' ___ .\ :aJlacltirai3. Fa.V. CO\I.lI S 0\I M E 1 n! C !1.A X T S, !t to accuse the All Wise IJeint: of levity or j!11'01' your may riot' some, future blessing! ;! wriies lo ltih most noble I Kinperor: and depart[ ntrllt: ut'about a million: arid I a half: to

1 1"/1., tof!I yours be (taken( away for your neighbor's Lord ;"-" left the whole ofCempoal Say noiliiti, : of the !large cities, ;1O populous
province
think that
: \\r.CUtE\'Jm.. ;a I to in snort, he had made so m.my I Iof "
;
j \ MM* .'l,Nltt r l/r I -:I.I' ? hurt: not your neighbor. Perhaps I : and all the mountain! region ndj department; left m rite rear.-wht-n I we re-
*i iI' A: Cliuovrr. ; the human race \11111 I! ,' actions, of (jod 1
SUeT J \L IXSFIJXCE; : COMPAXV, he has : j.icent in the town' (the ruins of (.f mpna'i im-rndcr too that (Gen.; Smut Iras marched
hr
a of !;
N i ere.it wet i
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B COM X VFnrrM tJ flu (::ly. i>f\\'f.'f 1"u,'/; I are serious, .and in majesty; he moves throii"h upon{ j are now s,:en (four leagues, (from Wri: Crux) there, almost! 'HI hour cavalry ( for whai. he
tCi\ :
t -i. him. I
.. : A widowed mother and
.j Atsa.--miia! ;, Fla. Xo.il XVater street, i the universe. If 'liter:, i is nothing lemaik-! poor helpless I containing' -10.000 worriers: and 50 IOV.T* I had,) 13 too iusigiilfit-ant; in ntimbsitodf>piva

i..d' ------ .-- -- __fC 12._____ ._ __ .\IIa'hil'"h.--: -I--a. able iu the lives: of men, perhaps (there i brothers and sister i mav !:* lookin ? to < :and fortresses in peace and 'f'ctlrir:1).1 : the nail:. of a cor, ;...} dr;g:iug Ins artillery

,- ; -r. n'" .,.1 I'' }',, "_.'.1'. I". S1':2t.R. E'oricr & Co. m.my him+ for .siistrnauce., A depei.dan: family in i i j (firm in their! allegiance{ to coot )jeiy.> : ." 1 and trains thro ,:-i the l.l'.l\Y and: turning

'iit.f; '.'IIr'" ,)o.I DIALIix;;
: -I' : i 1.It.i.X.T .MKl.'CiiANTS.Xu. !: which. could nor h.iw existed, without lluirprevious I of ,!n
I r a;iciest their mighty lord. (PIotH'znmavIto) ; the tio:ts flf h-vrr cm off Ins
t \1 ,:, ; .:r" '1..Ir.: .. -11 U'uUrStr.f..v j III'aIff't i is han:ins over all his SlIcelo!sI I
: .I1! H 'auMJi, Fa I cieatioti. Some oriinilllhJn ln, i ii I used violent and tyrannical uv-asnres to men at every stn I).) afl, lifting: ; hem up often
ifJt 'lI' ff' .1 ..i.i lanhi.h, Fa.n. i f I I Ij in I business-.mil: In- labors hard! to rehtvehiuis iu the
: -- i ---.-- --- -- i or action *piii:, from each human keep them ill snhjNet1en. and took from them j muu hi Tutu passes. with i.i.s grape,
'.',"..' '11 ... .'r.'Blo%. ::. t:7i(toll (:.-,., j t may I -if atid! family of embarrassment. I their "r.; In be .lain. :and oilVred s-.irnti-' j 1| to clear; his way-aU!l through ;i country as

::1'i"J.' .')1,1.: "' Ii .: ',;:11:11: t S )j rtj ACC CO :M lI5 I lOSX I/ I"ORW -UDIXG I ., bcinj, thatiI, have an influence on the I;!i ProSI'.ril.Y ,; like a sharp! two-edzed sword. yes to his idols.:' The truth i 15. the whole: !j! perilous fur ate invader *> any. in Esc known

a_" : s," uT-j.i 1J i;/i 1 )a .:t. MiuriiXTS! whole ,\ orld. Though]1 it may: be: at first i I'i Aztec EmpimVa.: tumbling (0 pir'sI. !( world, (as pre.lnns. even as tiC 1 jnisjes of rite
1] 1. :. ..Vj'r S- i.ii '<' TJ i 14" : r torn. X 0. 7, (H 1 um"l1. Ihw. f It has !proved! the distruction of many ; and I I I '
" felt in some obsurc cori"r of! the earth ; j Cortex lauded! in it, and was prepared; for a Alps'e iMiinot: t.ut ,i'mirtand! exult over
11:' i A nl tr.l.i': l.i. :Fa, X ;v.s, ivjt-: ;. A .f! ,.-''1f'J.': Ft! [ it mi:!lit, he''the cause; of ruin. Your'I' 1 i the rnitr '!
---- '-' ---. ---- --- vet I it may create change: ill ''he! current your j change of ruler: I His crossbow! men at.d! | : ai pi-r.sevpraneft: that: have been

It"It J. y.. A _.I. ',2. IIuH..r" \ .\\ \;yLik:, \; A..McK, ziE.r'y'til' I mind i is no: sufficiently compiehensive} { 'lo t j :IiIfltll..il'wjlh{ I the ten heavy ?Tits 'he t pnableil: tn do all this hO fhilHert hat we

,.\ .J':'..' S t' i -t1 I".".ft! )\ ':..'.\.-.']1.' \.T.:"fS I \% ) : :3S ( ettv.jn i of some }by-stander'.s; /mind: a-d this ;acting j'uLe, whether you could! bear prosperity.You 'I 1 had wiiii: :him and four lighter pi!':r". ralie'l I Ifalconets ,i may ilunk of the -.tise; of the rcar.Ve

11't u. ... ,.T d ..tI'1' ., COMMITS! -M 1 E I il C 11 .\ X TS upon a larger: cin'lc.iI.f' a pebldon a lake, j' wouM! imitating i it' the minds! of fh" i igno t j ft'rhatiltst! : ; i ; gr.iiKi.cliip; :; 'emen.tof Energy,
jUlIe yourself to be fit
I
." !. y. ______ 1Lt. ( .t1'oL'1, Ati''xcrs._ N n 4-J VY.it.rtr.. <-t, the ripple! \ become wider i and; wider 1101 always raut natives; : the! 'terrific thnnflr! h.!!; of'heaven. and one nf \\c' :: ii every citizen, ss well as
.
( T;;r'r- :: .,,'?* J.'iti vjuim. K'ueti.> '.V. f'o it. I 1,1---' \.mlaciiii'nld: !+ Fa. tii it i i. lust upon the rrrt-at niasof ruaukin.l.The t !for, and withy of success : but your Creator .-with hi* cataln-. that they deemed every rleer ar.d; sul.jr.Ity.; : irel proud.We .

t, Cha*. Sobers a Co. A: .3. fichitrur. }principles} of society! are thus formed I is all-\ ise, aud sometimes judges difjerently. .v'mceii( centaurs also! from: heaven, so af- I kn,,:.-. ibt In talc f-3ui;.: i.in of I ihat parl

ifto irt'u:1Fi'\i Ili i: ;l..iLAT$. VP? )I.Ks\LE AXD KEI'AIL! GROCER, i fri hh*rPd or overawed the races ;about him. i' of tnnnk'tntt. who co :ui uaUonsas notbing.

I, l i.kt'r .t-.t. I ,:;- iart.- :! u i-: ..,;oll.i.J.! I to p 1I!1.g up family from a::eto a::e. It is not the learned meu Perllaoson ihat diet yi'idrh! to his tntc.:iot." predes-j j that have net ihe ti rntLl.ol!* war potent

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... I ." t. .1 U U'atcr stro-t, fictions ; TI Iii! tour wife vour'ehd-; I by their ;niprs.; 1 and Ion exner-fed allof t and elevated.! First ; i.d Iorenost the
tRr.F.'c. character of >uci''iv : but th- quiet citizen, ; by among
H. CUVNERV. X'11 1 li -'t d ifhi.! ula: n.s7 :. !
'1 t ;. A- I dren, your servants, :11 11OIH neighbors I hf'Itl.Ihilt: ,the m gnifienl renmonie : natior.s; 01 i the e:.rth. in agriculture, commerce
. i t f? -?na iX 4Cr ui't'y.ijlii : j I .?. by the daily exercise; cf one 1 pun; I principle I ; ou'olllJ of the and! r ;.tf.uf. ii is hcccelorlh
0. .0 ..oe: are not( alt >ether sucli a; have. -! Roman CatLohe religion, to riures.' to
.le it : < i J.< :,iEtiClidNTS 1 of action: shall! do more good to the world I
\L.- f.': t' 11 I; ':'part. I j i then Xiver which Cortez and' his Hidalgoes were re-i| be counted; first and furernasttl:1) in (hearts
; X TV j hut akour
I. "v I. -r-rr.-ot. \LKR1X l !WV! : ;;. Mr.DICiX: PANT* I than the 1:1:111) logical: < conclusions: a murmur own H'reu'iI.and! profoundly devoted' completed I and elements of \:'. li" such i consideration -
! \i'.vrrcv.: : .*, !F. .j L' ;I. ." : .'.. (. !! conscienceif vou are always able to
< please
,t' rent wiiter. Never You i ar.d! perfected Lis astonishing: conquests save us from war or aitaek. and! if at
; murmur
l"rk. I
were i
., ; r'1 11. F ( jrtsur rn"'' f7". r// St'W .
AN A J! i'.' .if t tiC iTlcn'.
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1 cda":1 .\ *i .: i li EA: scut. IT. IJj C'l.-tiiut: and! :tt It'r streols- created fur some useful purpose. Tlie powtr I, your own :ell(: You, who hate: absolutecominnud and on a sudden and with 'IIf:1 I the same; time, we cease: io be a beligtrant,

D" : X >. :i i \\.lttr *trt.-.-i. ; over your own body(! mir.d. and treble outlay: "annexed" ,the vast empire of 1 people, good may come even from e-vil. and
A+ril 11 I \ ,1l 'I'iirllh. Fa.
.tIt the the \\'i 'dllm, and tire ,
-
goodness-
; an conflict ,ith
- ----- -is-ioiis shallfen the Axtecs to the crown ot :,'rin.; Thesjiggle I unnecessry: onepeoplesaveus
>
; : things.which 1 -
1. / ,! ci't* .S. 2jscl2iioiJv E?. D. Da e:!el:. majesi3f (cud dive yon: permission to ;f fcome relief many: i| ; however, before tliis could: be frcJlO the provocation. OK the ,pan of

I' / ;'i.1tt i :x :.: u'. A. .1.t. .f'\.9: ,(1i1i11a s i o 3i X n. C.I: li;;,. I:',,: J,:I ". I 'to this c1)nt-luSinn.: Your Creator: )t I 1 t! 'flU'e done, and manv more't broirgiif ::JlIlIt.J' terrible near arid, in the I others that mi iglu m.,ke tsar nt-ctssarv. with!

( .\' 0'1. :.Lt., .. T n.l'. '! i, Js. 15. Ai.ia'-Ln" ; : !!la, Fa. I : which you haveft! undone.! Is it pr,-*.!bl'. i' i"IIf'rill'IIV:, of! Mf-xieo.; Monteziima. fJu;! them.
f"; i :';\. "ij .oJer *!f,''t. ------ --- I lids 1'ltll'lft.d; : von a lime :hi which .von sh.i'i 1+ i|I !-
\ I ift.r vou to please 'vu iirsrlf't! ,u. who 1 tauioy.ii.: :: and the itiiperial: t;'tntfy awoke It 1-5 true thru the story WinfieM Scott
ri S !"*;t-"i' '-lii-" .tk'tLtc'iiCOLt, Fl- Ilitttja: S.tft'l', I On: tie! u-.it: woik of life. "Time I I j I' I
ttilr'T :1 your is
------ -, --- from their! siuiiln-r| < but too !!:itr tltougb.! to not complete, and t> in action. while
-' C J >! M} I < i O !II: 1 H{ C !H 1.\ \ T, undcistHud; our own secret notiutis of i.lra-- y.-i
P.ev!:et:, X'' 1 ; Water it ure.. I ak, is it that alvva\-s! J
: "Li1uN'E11: ; l ; :) :crila'sO1 1 n! ?. }2. i'Ml.t \;'.ilt:.- ,',.l.iFl-i !He dili"iiul' in" whatever business"you !' poss/ddu m vou arc -I Ij and their! citie:. H<*rnnrido Curfpv: himself; I j written out in the rrctms' IIi a century lonj
dr _
da it i* M '!: t <: i/I AT.s' _.i.t.:1i.U'--:--i.)-JJf-_-:.--- Cll\il.Kr---- --' PllATT.--: utuiertake in life and so sh.} ..1I! you be ptepared j; "pc'.s.-i! ; with vmir ttv-n emidurt ? I Ilwrf'! :; ill; his (henuiiful: despatches (era, stated: !l'J | :one !JY. Hut Cortez and) bis :people: had

dVj' f'/"' : : s..fu et uf P: Pflfr41i.fl1.f. 1 i i! nothing that von would htvcdunc (litTt'tfrH.Jy. !! llri < ;i. Pol.som! ) :+,11 our own Presrcirr. iu !their ti-jdif. (irb/C. and were esrielletl! from
!> ..c. Prritf.X '
:>: (t !
; to tnke; ndvan.i'j! ** of time and I
l! :Ji-j .* ;. -.- -- .. -. -,\1'- '-:. \.--:tC H..1.. .--CO_\--.- t ;fP\:; & +C't.I.\I.n\! :! CrL\\'T:{ duwe"whcn th'-v : your :i! weie it to be done ov-pr ,,.:ain ? Then! j'|I his {inllinnt!! hisiorv' have immortalt/! anti Ii j i j the ciy.; -and if Scott should: be, it woulddetract '
: ; t'lI:11'1I1IJI''lr; ( i I i < reail woid-uii! -the :in nor nrn fiorn ,h. of hisadvetiiure.
I 5fttttf'rlftnns ; glory
-5'!I Watdrl'I! : t, [' > sr..rv ;- I -
< (; t "\ !2 t 'I. I j l l.-ow can you I lie s,> unreasonable; as 'to rei i
. <('.; .1! .1 :..ire ,1.:.-?"d .XT>, 1.It'-- __ ._ ---N\1'I\ i'hirnin. Fa.SI. thy hdiid liudcthto d.... do ;t with thy unjjlit." j' '| bite tiie historian i is yet to arise who <'h-i5: |: The ri.g! i is pruted. liowever.
'--'-- + :-uire trore of another, than it is j jI I
i d. ii. -i. <* itrt'p irr'1. it. 1;'a1t. and sir h.iil you fuUil tour duty to your ;, { possible Cither. the tarts and narrate and describe that the eternal{ city' of the Asters, the

:\" 4'.Ud:1tn I lor you to yourself. j what! .sfOfus to II;. i jusi now. Ihf''pt more I Home of the the new world and the lunycalilaT
VollWAHDIXGMERt'H
11'i4 C I MMISwl'N1) fiieiid, .Hd t Sour couiiJjy. Let not' a moment -
n-'.* ?s. C d.'J'S Hf ". : VPinr1ttofinfield; c.f the vii
amazing: : artit! Scott and Spanish t-roy*. has Hero
.
IS.a' \XT Do hear the name of another
.J. of you man I
idine You
;
, i pass.: were not (li t', d, *.- ;i follower ud if
X ) : ,Vit;d-"!treet s -vi "': *. necessary. :ig.uu; cart: lie .subdued by
.aF 1'. nl nf',.rIb. .".,t-! J r > .I :. Ihf"li"h, brought n/o! the world in n!ht)'. The Crep.- !! sounding: : through the trurnp of lame, "hiI'! i|, Wiij-eld; : ScoM left New York *- under a ,:f our arms. Our f..,: Ii.? bern raised upon

1t .:'' n oxv:)1' ) .J.I s .,..,.v ;n-CL\\T.: < !.-r%. ;.'. toe {h.ia made no special! picasuic: + ;simuuifs! "' you ,ire passed( by, and jostled! out of the! way ? : cloun" it: .January oi Fc.brn.iry last."e !I the praphyriric rock oi" Ch tJHlht'lt'l". lrllamid

,1 ANT.' jt.NriAL; VJK.VT, uLl.1.r {od c"c Cn. for iIfJfJlcllce-lw h.is appointed no special! :lever murmur but remember ".;,t the1race t elf rf tr, tuber! *eeiug hint in tiie; hall of the !!I the roar of ilnil.p,.; e.t.biihed over

.. K'H Jt.*, AlA. Auie.jcai: Hotel ,tile evening before he sailed the :ashes there. 6ft' !urirztutra and his
AUCTioxnxn; 1 t')11I1SSUaJ1 : i { time for : c'oIJ\'ersi.ioll ; j is no to the .swift, nor :,'. battle: to the I I
1rll :. !' ," '.', <.-.1 ". Mily ; but for tveryidle1 f ancestor L. {
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< : I !F.ItC: \NTS; ; .r New Orleans, surrounded by :a small sti.antuculythousand; men,

1:' .. j is 'kr. t., X i. i I..,t uualiuii.iinir, word we must! sivc an J'Olmf.'Cr MronL'( ;aud th.it promotion comeih nut from 1 group; of officers, amt without exehangirg i '' .I in all h..ve f'uught tieir! way for three hun-

.. I'. : ''I., ,.. ). N'v 0." '.'.'I'. O't.ii.:: .\ "h",1il'.la \' tnutmur ncr fretfully a.k your the eaour from the west ; bt;: ( :iod i is the( i'] vvurd, marvelling: : ,hat vvr.uld be the end of j ji : tired null's: and biought ali, this to pass.

1Ij .. '.;.. J'f... I :\ '.:. ', ... ..T_..c....... r- '' T. .t..ttt2.t!7) A- Co., C..aturhv. he has M> ,,a rtrued! the jud:e-he liftcth up one, and ]he putteth;i ;! him and his chivalric expedition.! The I Tine, they ire t'1. iral.t.d just now and if

1tt ;1! : 1 ; '_ '", ) .:,. :I"IU 1 a. COMMISSKi 1 M I llil: i; (CI1AXTS, line of tour conduct in this world. "O down anoihei. Iiem1 elnfrr. "that ,tlie !j cou! +i" that hung over him we !knew. skill and science lid! i ot r 'rcnduct and hero-

--- ,-. -, --- \o. .Jj \'/,tier :tart, :: j fish d I the minds of almost all the volunteers i i-mnlinntethrsniht vn.uiif fJl uvetwflf'rm'II -

l'It [ XotiteJJ.1 YN. 2t._ :. '_ A.uliieiiicola, Fa._= 1 I,I man, who, art ihou !bat n-piest! against hearts of ail men are in the hands of the ) in the county' with' hesitation, and doubt.They .- by the hostile! m;:**"-s ti...t fret around

r, ; L3rorriiolta If. .VH<."?. I Gad! ? Shall the ihins. formed, sly to him Loid, lo turn them whithersoever lie will:' I wanted to Le led by almost any other them. Tlie leader that brought' them there,

18 P" \ \" \Vir---.l"! -iiifi! ;:.'.: ill irteraunufs ; that formed i.Vh\ Inst: thou made me -Tud:e yourself! itioilcstly, and ak 1 how such I i !I I j man than General Scott.. His past history however v ill preserve, them! we have hardly

:, \\\-1, ; 1. t\'I'1)1"1'.". .\'}. J., M-DICI\KS! : PAIXT.-- OIL, 1! 1II11U1oulIl iesi upon your own head ?i I i; had, been forgoiien, or ii'mined in tint: a cfou r. In due sin.'' (we trust it may bosoon
thus" Uememberthat: j
1 s ; GLASS, Pitt"SllES&c.&e.ftl you were not cre- 1"aI-: and l there ofconfidefiee / ) the r.-!Er: :. of the ill 0 band "will
;>- .Mv b. I'tu-ni it }l.i* !I" "< {"-ice, ''rlit-r of l Had rather. 1 was a vvat.t I *lrjous ;
", : you not purue (rile (,"'tenor: ;
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a "-itre daH. .;!U ?f-ec?;, o; ;)oie! : the M. tiiaH ; 'lcri.u {)!easeyouisflf; bul lirtlie pleasure! in his capacity by almost all save I lie be returned to ih-ir toymrymeo tu receive
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'iII -- ot" Cii-siiut, A: Coiiiiii! : ..j''r"I't;., I Your life; i is not .your ut+ 11. I' belongs! I to !' exchange. condilioi.s: sit u the honorable! ;!i aril Wltl). I therefore, had, the utmost' 1 j i t the having it said! See there lie was at

I Jr. .\. V <;ha.uan, Ift .1.. :f.!: ...:.I. F! s. I mtnVhud: you take alibi, itifimiiiie-*-i i ii| confidence iu his ability. This confidence': 'I II Contreraor Chenibuscu( or Molino del
'"j0,!i 't' over t*ie Druz St re <.( !H. S. 11 uric", --, -- -- -- your f..my-ro: }ourfiivuds yourcoutiirv ; 1 lley. or Cha'nthPec.t'nthP1ec.: A
1.. .to. S3 ivloy, I IJ. his bhllr-hi en's-Ill. I was not restored until by his happy rti>pMi. i j : grateful' and disI -
;; disappointments-
r ..-..i-i'- -ir, CI! ,-::.'it tart ) K<-si jftiCtf at tit 1CTOn.XI.J C-J\i 'Ms! >:o.N) MERC1IAXT! ; and all these belong 'to your nod.- lean of! the fifteen or twenty thfund men I crmin.fing nation will !know how mu re the
: ..T.Iv'i; 1; ij.-J: by Ur. iJjlty.cll. his :I;:{'. and all things else iL.it, constitute'liis : (
. Xo. '-'. XVuter( stn--t 1, I' Your: Iii, \v.,; :iveii to connect the chain of 'lIiie"1;; rated ir. unr transt>ors In-fore \ eia: i i ii actors of! th."s!! great tiiitn-s and todisiinguish -
.er L.I.1r.-: I. 1 I-.j.; -2-tfU1.
-.-- -. -' -- l),.r r ...-_'tltchicnlaFa social relations ; and+ ,lo do .ood ,that you fxi-tence. :nd exchange lor them your( j: (dux.; were landed a* if f by nvgic.: and the: them !from the clOd contrivers that

f 7.; 5. Dav., -- Aw.ry- -A,1--JU- -(-.., I I may ultiui.tely: find( good for t1)nrsrlL-! 1 It own identity( ? Then you vv.iul.i: find 'lJurnew c.istle. of San Juan D't'itale: beseiged i have und. neess:n\ fife saeiifices by which

,Tri1t( "E'i A.\i> ca.NSj-LLjuAT: ; LAW I I G-ltOr Eitsjci. in t ( ;Ind I .
tJ8 J-1-rs his.rvic to tilt piiliHc in either of the Xo- 43 \V.tertr -''t.r (. gives pleasure to exercise his gOIJnp-s knew before. had ben hidden' i I bewail; 'lo .sLi'ie: out so gloriously. that the I}' -;--
Apalachicula; Fa. and and he never They !' I TIIK (rtnr. WITH Ttrr. RED U'\'L .
.I'J"C <".I t'itk Uf"C [lower, areordinulv bronuht you n cI"ucl'oldd no loogercotice.il his brains, j o.\ -
-- --- iu the breat {.f the honorable! man. You 1 j jwouM and ,the radi.u.ce, of his iiist. but |I An .xcJntl j.apcr leJIs: the f.iUuwics sin-
II will( TinrNrc T:'.'.'r1v itt Fr. nkin! Cal Dry CiociJs.pVRILLTXG15 into 'this world. If tan had power to do a fmgojtenl'

11rl ni II i .J! .c-t'ItII""IIf"I1't'I; :.t J \\111. UI-I.I: ?. Tiek.us;: : Col ton Oiuhur: I j: Great' and gaud art, would it not nive vou t find! ,that many of your brightest. t I I fame, again, ; illcmmau-d 1 : I the count my. The! I II {i! snlarfry, whit h. i.reitisftJ i in > fess

rlf f ,? --u.j rt.i. ir. ***t K C; 1 1 i-f, in any Courfi ; 1 j J J Li-,."ys, li,.rP;:, JIM-I", I Fi, tintiii! i'its (- i hopes, and bet 'traits of claraclc'ere I I cttmbinatiuuj; at t (;etc Gordo. and their stranse! ran tme-HS we know .;r. Weeks
: ,i- Jill-: 1 ,ir V-st-r i (;'TIUT.: f fh'Ii .11 that! hi. word .

rll ,'.'I' .-. -* : i fif' 0 iiirl' M .\ we.I.at T"ll.dla.-' I ; ';lam*, Calicoes, D-li 't"*-, Mo-u-ry! xr..c..I| (berth) tint bring into question the power bartered away forever. O no, I cannot believe I i fie favor of the people and the pplIll'e i!' is a- ;u!- as h:> Iunat-( "". V. ('ulJe.

t I"" .. i-is 'If wui:h. lie will! always be :I For.d-'iy! n. ELLISON" fc CO I and ;goodness of God iu continuing you that the man \ 1:0l1ltllc world looks on of his cOllu'r' '.-and from that mnnap.nl.1 A yoiiru 'a-iy (I.m New York went into
l J''I' fL'Ve'ited by jccideot. i Jew :.1 '!'! \V.it.-rreet-! the !field near Jaiiiaica with red shawl(
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'xislell'C :; as bi in::; the lowest I, ;and iio.-t 1 dishonorable, there was not a man in ,the a on,
:\t, .\.1.t. .:' ',!., ..lltwllh r tl 'IG. 'r-'n.t''t-- ,--' would venture to exchange conditions with} whom an officer or a soldier would! rather i 1 I which} so excited soii.e issrkeys (ihat they

Q 1 \(,.- and double, l lor ;.d.-by! If ym have once: been prosperous in tile serve than unJer their own illustrious uculean attack on the fair; ovvi.er. A small
A. < S general
(!IIISIKS
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O hl- 1 17 J/C- )\. ..:. ,I woil-i ant: the! times now :o Inrdwithou( any oilier man! lit Ing.l dos 'that was wiih ht-r sei/ed the 'feaderuf

JeJI '3r !4 C ipt: Slawi'M AT 1.A Jinl/it'nst W. -w i:. -.,.. F.02. t- rif'B',.i'-. -..";".'. c "lo..'h'.'- i I i:i i never murmur. Sav not ihou, Wh.it' is1r I ; !! I see another IIIMI: of ,the same cnll'ng: i in I Meanwhile: the momentous undertakihg I the bipeds/ the wing, :and! his teeth became

Ite. c .r. ol C-V'itre ic Com'ntrreitem.. I:-lt, -llansr A ('o:::.rlcl2 Z'oisuti. :r| i he cause lint t ,the forr.wrLIJs* were better life, who is more successful than; I am in of planting: the American standard: upu ent mated in the ftali; "rsAn cile_ of ire
JIII r mendoiis[ :;izp. who had I r been! noticed :about
nci( Apjlachirol'i, Fla.II. I II' \'rv t'iIil'.J'lmH 'm..1\ 1.,1'1"1'1,11.1' the halls of .Moutex.umas"; began to brdeveloped 1
business. i is it ? he i
'than these ? for ,hon dost not Why so Perhaps is
inquire
IIal JL t.ti uiiiiK-diatt'lv,; (It t a |pr.1II'II:1Ou|'4 | : be | widely iu its full force and in all! i.1: the neighborhood tierone days observing1

I;. 0 \\'(!II OIi, tnad-, nr.ill ol' tlita'mv<; tiaiiit-d( alll.lI\: d.f'cS.:. Ills I 'otJc"'njin<: this (nod hath, made a time .more diligent! iu business than I am- perhaps I dangers.; Mexico was not divided!, ns when t tI t hat wa-s; sotng Ott. descended from his

3 1'I"1'Oi'XLY AT LAW Flea "'act M
be t.'iiivecelebrity; brit.inVJrablydi'-trrlriiyeern' I cariied ot rur.f:11)11 cIII Hi tlisht be-
C'LH' -.v, !n.uJIJ'r! County, Alabama.A.r it-itic-s t') that I'dtrIf inserts. 1',1' ace: hv ,) beautiful I in his ,time." The 'tree of more: courteous and) obliuinj, and copse 'tiy was uttited against its invaders! 'to a m.-.n.: ; :
lit { ins souifvvhet iruprded by his load (o -
The Mexicans of ,the f unfeeling
t "-. I'| f.i.; 2-tf .J C. \I.TJ.\, Irur.c-t. cull Hut' the present cI'y.i,1I I
; tnm"t 11 adversity, though' it be watered with tents, fJ II ) more popular. perhaps one universal impulse and one cordial; unanimity sportsman took advantage! (thereof

\ f"S: :| LIFE I'lI.LS ANt J'.JtKN'iX; { ( :U' Wttf" ;.1"teal/llt: 15iic. s.WIJl I shall be beautified; with ,the blossmsof hope, character of his mind and feelings is better : / feat hate, :and detest u". Our language a nt. al' a .shot briit.glif; t'nvn: e.igfe; turkey

1 r'III: :>, J'ju-t r..cn..d d'ld forsile byQ I: \\'TED: 'viuii-!! 1..1'J. "a::1. ALLF.XFor by : I j ami its fruit will be sweet 'to 'the tacit "All}| c'ouitivcd] to command success, titan mine. and our habits, are oiitous to them and dog (Int therinw of the casle was t found

'_ <- ___ __!' '. "IU'f.r.' UrtlI't. ---, 17 :- -__ 1 lliiuss sh.dl work together for ;;ood"' to tin: The Creator; has !formed the minds of both Our customs !they ..tiiominate.A I a lri>Mt weighing two pounds! If any ,think
Sal: %, I chi. a Munchansen J sane: In ,them of
11an SI.'atoa:11: (" of did he make! spirit of patriotisin ami devotion has ) inquire
choi.-e \ U Siuar CIII'iliall.h..r"'il. ) tits\ > him nearer to us. Why not me ujuul l toi I
M;{ I iS i ..l! J'r.ls: tn'-!I, tr" sale WIIHIX. ; been exhibited III Mexico, against, us. ,tint: (Caleb Weeks. Ilaq.: at his hotel Jamaica

anng \ ',' 1 IT II. F. .\I5KLL. Flour,XOlJR tiyi.V ngi >, ) ,
---- 2 close communion with I I ,the I Htern.d I Spiiit.It I superior to' the very man 1 envy ; but I have have calculated upon, and ,the consequencehis proof of the truth. .
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(old I''fc.I'ilti I
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: uf( \V"-\ird) \ .ft hervr:>eriorI iVl\ HITTKIIS: jut received dfor tale I\ [ changes the current of his I thoughts grid(| ; mistakeu, alt proper I character, and conse- ; been a heroic resistance, beyond anything OLD TIMES.-In volume ffthe Political { -

,1. I;. I I'-n*. iu't reived .i'.ri t.rd.!,' bv Nov -21 I J c' ALLhX_ ;! affections, and produces :i diilVrent eooriof I ijueiitly 1 have missed my proper pursuit i in dreamed of. II dilleient the feeling Masa/.ins: + *' fur the' year I:?1. published
I J' J {' M.U'.X.: when Cortex effected: his our I
. ; | l:----.1TS-Jed----')s I hv tu 1! ra,,: lo't 1'ur' l'aIJ by action. The Awful Majesty I;' of Heaventakes life. Let me, retrace my steps, and exam was readers have .dre.nly .*eeu,-tior conquest must ,there art: London! whIch i is nu'w I 'ili before( us, vv

tI piiuiS Oil., Wiiulow cia".., ..c'. [i" 1 B.; ILI.I.U: CO. I I MO pleasure, in bchoMms! human mi !j. cue the c.mses; of Ill) failure. Have I bent be 1 forgotten ,tlie equality lo which ihe invention find th'* 1 follow{ ins paragraph: taken from a
niiv! heel G."i XV !i. J1'\ !:bade 11:ami paper :
, 'Ji.1'- -,vr jM "rtni per iit of White( J> nj!, P.ln. Ulan:, I)1)l:' ami Staliarwl'' .I er\ ; for .' a'i I live" saiih: ,the Lord( "I i[ i all inn) t.tll'l.i's+ i to understand} my business of fire arms iras reduced l all tniious. .i iUn-rror.n r t.\ CII.\ \fl'TrfTT. 3ay8,1731.!

x1 Grl'-, Virdizn I *, Var i *hes fit every d-wri'iti stl. > : 'I..t": J-.urids' Di.V I5..,"ks! -ve. i have no season 1Tuiii in ,the denth of I the wicked, !i properly. and yet, have I been uniformly! and( In ought down even the powerful I m' frame Tin t'n"lufillft'mWI5 of V irle! Col-!

=i *bv*'> 1d'ee lot of Paint JJru!ht-s i, all ,tzr,1. -r ;de IE"i I r rl" l-'o 'Nca|' ani: Letter Paperitti ; > e turn ye for why will you di""j lIu"lInl'ful ? 1 may be sure, then, that I and stature III the level of the week and' the(: (lese have conferred! the doctorate of Laws
; [Oct 2I I J. C. ALLEX.CEJDLITX (!- >n M rt'iraiiduin IJnnk ; puny it i is not clear, for example: ,that the
- Shi!. :told liv-r{ UilN Lading ; I As a fuller: who coriects his son to make I I am \\'IUII;. The voice of the people i is Mexicans of ,the present day' are not as- upon his Kxcellency (;en. \\"a.hintoh.1 1al.o
) : of the the reverend Dr. Price of! Lou-
tall! l-J Yen-st and Soda Powders H-io'ik" 'tor Letter Press. I him a useful and an honorable mall, so our I :against m,'. lint if I am concious of hat good artillery men as ours. Protected by "upon .
don.
t 1'"II'IU.th'y| for tale by P.I i-i'i Ill of! Kvc'ia-i and Checks, feel ,the of ill of business ,the fortififatiooslh.it, we hI\: '(' :llIackt..!! their ..
i Juh 17 J. C .\".... arid firle by I great Creator makes us !tinss S a thorough knowledge my ---- ,
. -- JtHt icrejvcd (lit' have deadly asth.it, ofKuropcan
to ticca as
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1 \1..rrh J II I'SlIEETIN'O rlfiErL,_ I. adversity' whenever jo astray from ,the a careful: examination of my' habits, will be
:iy Kiini, : ,11'11I1"0, and it is only when our "
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-- -- woman, .\ sign to goods
tb 0" I'Mfinestjiuiity' lust reeeh'od.nd for Shirtin:" and Print by the I. paths of duty. Suppose} we are ..(.filiciedlike sine 'to IIII'udthe leak, .(")llllte life (boat of' ;uldlcrscalhsrnitlitli'hn'nnPllhalthey; lied.The !. ; ;; dry" on.

t t hv U27] J. C. ALLEN'. low fur ra4. byii. Job, at a time when we consideied ourselves industry! will then safely bear the fruit of most devoted, .self-sacrifice;; and heroism The preoent' population of Texas is estimated
ROSI': and Lavauder altr, for sale by ELLISOCO.. the most faithful Christians ? Is I prosperity. AN: AI'ALACHIAN. alone hart been able to cope with the dif- at 123,000..
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THE STRASBUKG CLOCK. [From the Baltimore American.] i iTIIK BATTLES IN MEXICO. JOllERCIAL ADVERTISER.1.Ri'G en. Taylor, because he i it not professedly'I:: have 1 had, in an unusual degree- p 1

The following interesting account'oftliis NEXT PRESIDENCY.: The soldier th
: The following tabular view of the brillant a n adherent of their party, let them reflect, I as_ !
curious piece of machinery is from the Daguerreotype The evidences of Gen. 'r A TLOR'S popularity achievements of our Armies in Mexico, -------- --- -- -- ----- -- -- -- --- soleler"( Ii ddiclmt in compUe with iotelgeoI

t l throughout the country, and of theearnestness since the first breaking out of hostilities APALACHICOLA, TI&JBSDAY, NOV. 18, 1847. hat the success of their candidate, whoever .1 peasant has as much of those oualue9 flualihls', 11acte

---- ----- --------- l he be, is doubtful and by dier.t In no country have such btrcnetl I as ipr
, with which he is looked to down to the of victorious --- -- may opposing I1iin
as triumphant entry our --- -------- -- --- -- been
Incomprehensible and taken by a *
: like all that is great and true arises solitary, the best fitted for the Presidency, in the troops into the city of Mexico, isfrom CrJ- The following gentlemen are authorized Gen. 'raylor, they may aid the election of a I' have unfortified towns coup-dc-main made ; Ir no fOr Co ure houstafo'

Minister of Strasburg. I walked' round and the present condition of affairs, are innumerableand the New York Herald. It is declared to be A gents for the COMMERCIAL; ; ADVERTISER,and will t horough going political opponent. But stmate a resistance to great so furious an .ad

round it. and sought the entrance at which continually increasing. Our exchange as correct as a table of the kind cn be madein eceive and receipt subscriptions, or advertisements most forcibly should the propriety of unit- Spain has, from the days of the arrniegr Roman Cfi1tllAtn 0iog

stands Erwin's papers gives daily tokens of this state of i the absence of official records : :- I character of its own ; It u a fire !,!, ; .
the
statue fin .
On the opposite side of, the ure of Justice j public sentiment. Of the many articles TABULAR VIEW or THE SEVERAL BAT- 'Vi.V.; CIIEKVER,Esq., Albany, Ga. l ng on Gen. Taylor come home with conviction be raked out ; it burns fiercely which (omp

church is the jrnra nd paragraphs from which quotations Major JACK HAKDMA.N: : Kufaula. Ala. to Southern Whig and Dem and Ion alter it has, to the tr1 : tbe Ro}
'1t411 l on which is the martydom of St. Laure.'tjtiswjihinan TLES IN MEXICO, CiTrus AND TOWNS every : seeming, ,
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might be made. illustrative ----- I J.uihed i blr:13.forth bn '
of the --- more
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strength TAKEN &c. ocrat. The Southern Whigs cannot hope violently h ch1rClerj aI
arbor ,
as it were, of stone open I and of the FOR PRESIDENT, I This was seen in the last war j
popular feeling this ,
all around and full of hanging grapevines. progress on Where When Force Killel Sf Com- t o prevail in a National Conveutionover theVilmot army which could have Sin ; habill"cd.
:In the principal subject there are three now before irs, which fought. fought. engaged wounded. m'nd's. ZACHARY I equal number of French looked m the fa S aor ,.
entrance the
on left are wise we select because of the diverse sections ofihe TAYLOR.c Proviso Whigs. The Democrats or Prussian fhe
'virgins with their Palo Alto, May 8 '46 2000 A. 44 I one day the Prussian Sldier
lamps innocent A. Taylor
and sim- Union from which ----- ---- -- ---- -- an place but little reliance on Northern lid monarchary lathe differ
they
emanate.
ple : on the right are saints with 63: demons ,
evil spirits under their or The Belfast Signal, published in the R. de la Pal.May 9, '46 ftOO A. 307 A. Taylor GEN. TAYLOR FOR TIlE PRESIDENCY. men, with pretended) Southern principles.The of invaders. No Jena, no Waterloo at the dot" hiIanl0k7o1mter3.i I
heels; on the one State of Maine the 9000 M. '1000 M.. Arista ,Would ,
referring to serious difficulties THE APPOINTMENT OF ELECTORS. enabled Joseph to reign in 'I
gate are angels above angels, on the other Matamoros May 19 '46 result of the New York election clearly quiet at Ahdnd ,
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which are to beset the Taylor .The conduct iabe. b..il"
likely t he
next The that the Castiiians
will
opinion veteran o.t .
As 1 look Sonora, June IS '46 Taylor .
martyrs. up and down and con- administration l shows, that the Wilmot Proviso is essential \ of I he Succession IhruughouVar in.r. ,
designates Gen. TAYLOR St. Johns!;, July 17, '46 was most 11 .
the -- be next President, is i
template countless images of stone in!
their niches, their stiffened lipse loosened! adds : Santa Fe, ,Aug. 4, '46 Kearney I more general and as the excitement which State, and so it is no doubt in side, thy had: been Jgnonuniousty beaten on ; e"loe rv'

I hear their voices, their hymns ; the whole 44 His name has become familiar Monterey, Sept. .21, '46 6000 A. 476 A. Taylor his nomination first produced subsides, we Pennsylvania, f the European: dependencies ot the Spanish tb'uImost
pile becomes melody ; the swell of separate and to every 10000 M. 800 M. Amp'da New Jersey, Delaware and the New England were 10,1 Catalonia, ,Arragon ar.d r I 01 upon
ear. his life has been continued see'evidence of fixedness of Valenci
one any
melt exhibition Tampico, Nov. J.J. 46 Conner, a purpose on the
ones into l Austrian
one gigantic! States. None but Wilmot Proviso acknowledged !
symphony.A !'%Ince.
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of the Saltillo Nov Gih still fur
most exalted 16, 46 Worth '
patriotism. In -
countryman was sitting cosily with his I San Pasqual Dec. ''46 100 A. 8 the part of the people, irrespective of party, will receive the had been taken by a few sailors;Harcelorta r
every station to which he has been called, A.Kearney nan nomination, in a Democratic cd by a few dismounted i t tomparInbythe
wife upon one of the steps of the church,, he has been 500M.50M.. to t bring about his election. : dragoons; the Inva (
equal to the emergency. Identified Brazito Dec. 25 46 National Convention. Will the had, penetrated into the centre of ,
smoking,! his pipe. Near them 1 sheltered I 1000) A. Donihaii I the Penln
The belief that Gen.
myself a recess of the wall from the mid- with no particular parly will come into :4000 M. Taylor will be the Democrats of Florida send delegatestosuchan andre" quartered' at. Jladud and rbtPbil S.olctoJer. ,t
-
power pledged only to our country's welfare San Gabriel, Jan. 8, '47 500 A. '- Kearney successful candidate, is not only entertainedby ; one- uiese evems nan oeeu in progress- frot) \hen
dayisun, and there waited the We
:-friend, who M. Flores assemblage trust not. t ion had
seeking such council and aids themost scarcely given sign ot beadily
I ICAIBlU
as
was to take me to the restored clock, the commanding; talents and the wisest L Los Angeles, Jan.:8, '47 Kearney his supporters and neutrals but it appears Gen. Taylor can be elected, if the South could not be prevailed on to ivt 1ft or. to The r ,
work of Dasypodius and of the Habrechts Lr -- Flores i to prevail in the minds of his deter- the of lend
statesmen able ...... and West support[ | war; the troops had shown
the are to give, administering Mesa, Jan. 9, 47 '- unite upon him. He is, b aar1geoddstlie lien O.OrtoMiUtu lid
great master-piece of the sixteenth the : La Canada Jan. mined The Boston Courier and ) discipline nor courage; ar.d noat ,
government with a strict regard. toths 24, 47 WO: A. 'Price opponents. l l-.st, when, id ral
which has been celebrated I mot popular man in the country seemed that all was lot
century in German :-2000( M. 81 M. when it
Constitution, and for instance have I seemed thatt'' to
allowing all
occasions ,
PennsylKanian ,
on ( leBWI
and Latin by the poets of that: constitutional i
duty would not interfere contained avowals of the kind. tional awoke ,
spirit fierce Fan
Fischart ,
Xylaoder, Oruisius Cell ,
and
Fiischtin. proud and
a full ihe Pueblo Taos Feb..I '47 Whigs send no representatives to a National I 1nr ,
expression The
people -- Price querable. people had been f'nc
and The old
which, according to the Latin General not being supported by slavish, wh ti
through their the
immediate Convention but the circumstances
incription on the portal of the archiepiscopal 44 To the election of Gen lepresentatives.look Buena Vista, Feb. 22-23 4400 A. 720 A. Taylor any organized( party-, we do not hear the S'clnt popular no" they reserved all their might wel have for inspiredhor the nisJ&;
Taylor we 21340M. 2300;; M.S. initiations of Gen. Taylor he will, no doubt' enemy what am'u -
palace at Mayence, is one of ihe Anna I apptjr< jaure
be
sevenwonders to
for deliverance usual din and which a season of
from those national 'evils, S.FranciscnFeb2t4' noise precedes a battle despair. Castile, Leon,
of Germany-"the Slras- receive the ofa; sufficient number of lusia : And! ; Ciip
lower at : support tremadura
brought us by the Administra- :: acr.inientt'Feb.2847' 920 A. '0 A. rose at once i'.oad
the upon present IJonip'r3800M. 1 between hostile factions, and which, in fact ; every :
burp, choir pe3a
nl Cologne the clock at t i p Democrats insure him procured a firelock or uelet.feyote
(ion. It is not expected that old office hun 600 M. nearly ever Southern a pike; the allies! '

Strasburg the organ at* Ulm. the fair at Cerratvo! MarJ747 Hunter has become a part of their tactics, practised masters only of the ground on which "e to
ter and blind Slate.
they
,
patizans who look only to sec Pennsylvania will go for him, if .
Frankfort the works of -- No soldier could tr.1 the r't5sra
art at Nuremberg, with filename end that the Greeks \v.irrJer a hundred
tional influences and petty revengeful feelings Vera Cruz. Mar.20 '4'7 10000) A. 6&) formerly the Democrats yards frI: 3
and the hotellevilleat ()(()() A. Scott ;and Whigs both run candi- I the main bodyof the without ofl4njthe
Augsburg.1" There will aid in 7000 M. 1000 M. Morales had in view when they clashed their arms I rninent, army the rnwt im ;
is a popular tradition, according) to .which "ill S.d'UlluaMar.3047 .- The Navy dates in that IateVe think that: if the risk of be-in* poniarded; the cnnntr (

ihe magistrtftes-or clergy Strasbnrg caused: I srs, ", 1 3500 M. ) together in making a charge on their enemies course we ,", should be adoptedby rid through, and!which which tlp conquerors had pas td rofa i! 44c.sts.; If5tily

the fYC-S of the builder of this old clock to i the Alvarado, Mar. 30, 47 Hunter -to inspire terror. prolo dued : they thought, they 9U, t' hay
the
\\asall in
SOherYhigs., our calculation arms behind theta
be put out. in order th tt he might not achieve j in ( Tlacot3l'mMar.3147 The manoeuvre had also other uses- rnunications with ; !'PI com : jwtii pat cii.
another-wark 'of ,the 4indand ; Ilunte7000M. r H a reasonable ole. By briiisirig outGeneral Pvrtu'.l were cut of" ket vat.
he .
; to revenge it operated on the timid and cowardly. as !:
'himelf.! 'with a single push, deranged dan P'nte Xac'l, April'3, '47 8000 /. Taylor, so far as he can be brought MAJOR '!aprectal
t>' t the report of artillery in battle is said to do : LOKING OF RIFLES.We : .
TiE
the whole machine 7000)( M that
so that I t1tie; ,
no one was able their out consistently with his declared views
to repair it. The origin, of : Cerro Gordo, Apr. 17-13 6000 A 500 A. Scott in modern times-inspired Dutch courage.Let have before, taken pleasure in callin:
ar chflr'ii1e
; tins tradition the 14000()( M. .$ Anna I lint is, l by the nomination of Taylor the 3
may be, that rhe sisterof fhe two Habicchts Pat Tuspan, Apr. 19. .47..... Perry it not then be supposed, that because to notice of our citizens, the achiere- wail

became blind about the -same time, that Jnsi- The Jalapa, Apr. 20, '47 5000 A. there are no torch-light processions) Electors much may he done towards: accomplishing ments, of the gallant FJoridi.m[ whose name -rd 3t ag'

as. the younger of these Schaffhausen. 15000 M. the ends we have predicted. heads this lIst lllY
South. Perote, Apr. 22.47 gathering of clubs no broaching of whiskey rice. His conduct at Cerro]
.mechanics, was invited before the works Puebla, May 27, 47 !OfX{)() A. barrels' If he is now brought out the People will (;orolo. received favorble mention from
of the Gen.
-none usual f
were quite complete, by the Elector of pageantry o
Cologne, to erect BO astronomical clock in of' Tobasco, June 22, '47 23000M.- -]2 A. Perry- the coon skin and hickory pole order-no daily rally upon) him, and recoumxe, him as Scott-and lately at Chapultepec, lie ba, [

;the castle of Ka-rrserswcith.= 2800 M. their candidate-they will rmi-iiilt together added to his laurels. An officer in .1.tt
44 Gladiatorial combats between rival the
knights
Contreras Aug. 18. 47 10IXX() ) A.
As the twetflh hoar "approached) multi- '' Scott to ensure his election, and when once theyhave allent Regiment which
:
,'- locked 320110: .\I. aiencia of t the quill-that the Hero of Buena Vista justly esteemedthe '
lunca came luiiuii* .j 'iiuiu e\'t'r)" siile iiicj" ( uty ? Ch'busco, Aug. 18, '47 1K()( )() A. 1000 A. Scott so resolved. no nominee of a can pride of the 'I.ikr1ulimhy
is without party army. Maj. Loring. has
all friends sufficient, to elevate him I
were eager to-see this of 32XOM.() )( S. AnDa ao
curiosity
diaeval) times although! the cloc-ki adapted me- ford For 1 a ; Mol del iley, Sep. 847 GXM( ( ) A. 900 A. Worth to the seat Washington.. He has adherents starII before him. National Contention* nobly manintnined his claims to the honor \1.Ie. roondff.imy

2oX( M. ::000\1.< : be held. Wilmot Proviso candidates bestowed
tiny him
Tjy the aged mathematician, Schwilgue, to Taj lor I Chapult'c,S<>p. 11-12-13 470) A. 450 A. Scott -but they are of the cairn reflecting upon by the President.Vhilt tel

the present state of science, has now been pro'going vel 92 ;M. order of men-they make hut few professions may be nominated, but they will find Old w{feel unalloyed pleasure in chronicling his

four years. My 'friend at last appeared I Mexico city, Sep. 1447 7500; ) A. Scott Hough and Ready, the People for brave deeds have
mai i. witl we to
deplore
and we 'had time '20000 M. S. Anna -not loud but deep.r1htey feel the a severe lllditroll'kt
barely to push our maik I Such Volunteers, in pos way through the crowd and to ascend the a series of battles and victories are worth of the man they support they know late ba Vie,

small winding stair-case which leads into flea almost without a parallel in 'he history of his IIIvulnerahle dlP-racter-thp, lie on (thtir dlci; lirie, ansi] t the .-L ill acquired which resulted in his looking his left arm. iioer. Ih'I
js i ; rely on t
the four stories of the clock, and the small noble be military traced alF-iirs. The only resemblance to strength of the cause in which- they are in former fights- : the cohorts of Party. \VhiUt! I'vrthamlel in the country has I i*the I 'sm0thv
with .
balcony in which we were suspended like for any other great campaigns, may assail! him, hit t they will find, a* rewarded! by t'ken of their
: is, think engaged-the election of Piesident ore esteem-:
swallows, against this mathematical we with the celebrated campaign of a of the ', r

ments, looking down perpendicularly monuesc, ( Napoleon in Italy, when, withhis new levied People, and through him the drstruciion Santa Anna did it Buena YI-II. lh.it .Gen. their gallant fellow soldiers, who lure F 'swtrr' '
of
upona ood
: dense of heads : troops! he defeated the veteran Wurmser Taylor," with the People (for his supporters'NKVKIi achieved renown in Mexico it does
mass whose eyes and lips the evil spirit[) of party. No fdse: clamor not !'jt- D 'all'ire
sup : .
were all fixed upon one point. On one-of which and'crushed t the power of Austria. That no senseless cries-no 'deceitful SURRlHrS." (()trC the People! of Florida, to pass nnr.. ,
the galleries, an angel gtiardfil lions vas the most brilliant tlf all Napoleon's campaigns protestations -
which formerly roared; and holding by a He ; and the progress of our arms in Mex- such as the late contests for the 1'iesidency MLXICAXVAli liced. and Jnr wnreef. the officer who hi1;: i

ire and bells in its hands. strikes the scepany ico is similar.' All our troops were fresh, rnve given rise to, are essential: to Those persons 11 have calculated! !; upon ;i ipence sustained her reputation in the field of battfeLet 7. t+a71
quarA > ;
'ters, and another turns round the hour glass.! will, in l be ; newly levied, had never before been in actual the success of the Man of ihe People. ) with i1Ciro.? on our 11.1 tcrm<. ntlliK us tllPn. do soniHhing to evince our ::.c'aII ef r r,

narJ the four l battle, and they fought and conquered t '.eno' of admiration of the !
upper space of life : of
We
agrs at l whose publish lo-day some suggestions I natural crii< fuenrc| of I the lepeated. defeats achievements \!;ftett
then men lives had been ,
Ste1F'fOrWard. the child spent in constant
strides the
with its first! no warfare and revolutionary from the Baltimore Amrricttn, relative to j I ; of her armii-s, and the ncrnpation; ; M-ij-r Lorinz. We hill intended ro h. ve
quarter thrysus a hell, the engagements. cr
upon decline What ai J< the formation of Taylor Klector.il I!I I I her capita: and I I her rhiefii I have I invited: the citizens of Apalachirnl.i, to '''
youth strikes the half hour with arrow, the The rou"oJ."J.; srl't'ctacle; is here pre Ticket's ;P. eum ( I join I ;I" "r'TI I

armed warrior the third quarter with his mates st'n ted. No less than twenty-five, pitched which we commend to the notice of his j disregarded\\\ t lhrritMi (;J'.eirill.i re- !|j in tje-itowmz upon mm a sword in token ut : ,,-,
) .
-sword, and the old man the fourth with his Gen. '! : four battles f.mght against an enemy generally friends in this Slate."e have met with ''si.lancf. 'I IIPV h-ivp denied t the power: ot 1 i their ;'approbation ; but an second thouhl.f .- ,\nIl -

crutch: then Death and strikes the I or five limes our number together with j \ have the :.
\
appears date. similar remarks in other South people at Iare. come to conclusion that the
nodWest. to the
contiustp re'.i-tingce.
hour with strong/ places ;and fortresses and cities papers :
his bone anti taken
: as the sound of I
soon i } by storm in the teeth In of the Western and I after the I\ (Government i j whole! people! through their Representatives
,be last stroke dies away the figure! of Christ t be of superior(: number{ ,, ninny : Somh- ,1.t the Armyh.nl: been .. 'arf

comes forward in a yet higher story, and the may; i I I both of men and cannon. The table as at Western States the necessary steps li.ivebeen compelled! to cease all efforts to repel our ,I I I in the General! Assen.bly. should be parties toy ';' I,..:I

raises its right arm as for a blessing ; theitwele tract ( ( : present rei laid before our readers, is ex rrecesselnti taken, and Gen. Taylor is fairly in thefield im.a.ion. I : honor intended. to be conferred on Maj.Lorinc. .-.:!: '1:1,

Apostles, one after the oilier, be- ) not yet complete, inasmuch as \\ have no doubt but the Gene-
pass can : as the Peoples' Candidate. is Ilih With an of the P 'tt.o
the number nations
of nnri'r -
for' the killedflTrd wounded the I European
Saviour
*! who, in conclusion twin )
his blessing to the spectators ; their give, in I 44 \" tie rs engaged on both sides, together with; time that we in Florida, who intend to sup. : war waged with similar success to II ral; \tmbIJ.! will take proper steps so to do,
eyes \ I '
the meanwhile, tnrniothe cock, who proud sneers feel l other particulars, can only be ascertained 1 port him, should be up and doing. The (that| which our operations in iJt'xil.o hs at an early period of their apporaching SM- 'tn m
.
ly sits high up on a small tower; he flaps! hi" I: into '" I I from the official accounts, which to ihe present movements of Northern Whigs and Democrats been crowned, we should loni since have ,.1(111. : :! .I",

wines, stretches out his head and time have not yet| reached our Government : 'Oaitsc'
his tail, of ihe in in selectieg! delegates to a National obtained peace on our own 'terms. Twice [ the Marianna Wlii
ruffles bis neck, and thrice his shrill respect to all these engagements. Fr"f ; ] ::
ing sounds loud and clear. crow perff> : Presidential Convention, show that the "ballis did I Napoleon dictate terms of Peace to Austria UCSPKHATI i R: f FCOUNTEUVITII: I

Among the old paintings which adorn the get" The Philadelphia Inquirer has the fellow- : open" on their parts. The Whigs of this -and, twice did t that powerful State finditself INDIAN'S. f :
\ The ( a
following nil! be read with interest
I letter
case of the clock one of ihe most conspicu-. ve : ing dated Stale will not go into a National Convention i compelled to submit to his dictation; 1 \\.e had heard of Indian L
seen in the : 'Pn
ous i is the portrait of Copernicus according; ; the character1"r NEW YORK, Oct. 27, 1847. and believing as we do, that a large portion I two battles fouzht' a nol gained by Napoleon' ,virinity of St. Andrews, hut beinc supposed! them
I '
to whose the I F*!.fioe1
system planetarium, which Will it be
is i ing ,\ believed, that the American of 'he Democrats laid the I (
over the of the are averse to any such I monarchy at his feet. I'rusii felt pracably disposed toward the whites. It
gallery lions is erected at.j loss in killed and
; and wounded in the with i i
the moment when Galileo was condemned I i' Mexico is war proceeding, and as there can be no doubt in a single day. After the battle of Jena >eeins olhtr\\ise. Several Indians we learn.wen ,
one-half l t
: alld
as that r
great as I in > ris''mn
of
the scientific men of Strasburg protested I The ; the protracted Revolutionary with i but that Gen. Taylor wil receive: a hr pmajority the Crown, which Frederick had gained, fur Slf'n by a party Surveyors in that
the j' struggle region. but Jl ho-tile demonstrations were
against judgment, and erected a monu- i grater Great Britain, which I lasted seven years ?_ of the votes of both p.irlies in this his posterity became a bauble in the hands! m.ult. Our friends npon the Bay should .

clock ment,to which the Polish like astronomer in this astral. ; ,' f f,deI1l1, \ Such is the fact, and here is the proof* deduced State, and perhaps have no or anizee! opposition i of the victor less valuable than t the Ducal beware until mt'asnes can be taken to insure .. : ct..t,1'Sfr
a trophy of truth is plah i ,. from authentic .t '
ced in the sanctuary. After the exhibition ; : sources c we suggest to the members of the I Corner, which as Elector, lie had formerly- 11 heir safety.o :, '
The Our loss in I
nev'y. irar. Our lost in ST.
Mtefn. A.NDUF.WS. Nov. ;
was concluded, we stepped into the interior n be 1 I tear. General Assembly, favorable to his election worn. But, if we. reason by analogy supposed 4, 1S47.Ma.
of the astronomical : Lexinton, 84 Palo Alto, 44 EDITOR: : For fear of some improper .
works, which are wound to hold a meeting, and) select the to exist
: si ) ) Hunker Hill names hetWfl'l Nations every where
impressions I
453 Resa. being made
up once in eight days and in which L debt" Palma 107 I upon the public
combinations of wheels endless may t ) ; I Flatbusii, 200 Monterey, 476 of suitable persons as Electors-which selection 1 I we must remember the exceptions which mind! I will state that Ir. Michael Kins. of : hti1
were revolving I in
perfect silence. A solemn and mysterious iiself. : While Plains, 400 San Pascal, 8 may be ratified by the people in history offers md when calculating! ; upon : Holme*." Valley: came to my house la
sensation seizes upon one here, as if one J gates Trenton 9 Buena Vista, 720! county meetings. 1 peace with Mexico as the price of victories' !Iover I hari ;about t 12 o'clock. He !ai.III\yas-om 131 RQ 1
twenty : Princeton, 100 Sacramento, (the j from St. Jo>eph to t this !ace. ".
were in the 9 wac
work-shop of the of In conclusion will word her Armies and .a tt
spirits the c ist we say one as to I we must take into account l
hours the Hubbardstown, 800 Vera Cruze, 65 I near: I lie 2Cd mile I post I. about tell miles east
; is
one, that nf conception showing forth certainly the whole a lofty! or Bennington, 100 Cerro Gordo, 1 500(); the propriety of our uniting on Gen. Taylor.As the origin of her people and remember ihe of 1 this place; when two Imliaa! fired their ,L:! n't

of the heavens. Behold that structure small- c ; ] Brandywine, 1200 Tobasco, I 12 a man, hp is certainly capable of administering peasant war which Spain has ere now, rendered rifles at him ; he fled for I his life, and when '

wheel, the only purpose of which is (o make I sional t lion a8 Slillwater, 350 Contreras, the Government, assisted, as he formidable, to powerful invaders. I rt j i thf iHie I Indians would eel ntu he would aim tJw

a 2 lake the .place of a 1. when the secondthousand I Germantown, 1200 Churubusco, tOOO() will be, by the purest and best statesmen in I descendants of Cones and his gallant I I is ride at them, and they would stop. At .;
of I. Red Hook. 32 Molino del Ray, 900 I l last, when quite exhausted he found one "
years the Christian era shall the land whom he will doubt of If
ien. ; Monmoutn, 130 I no call around I followers have not from the the Indians CO(
have elapsed. Chapultepec, 470 eerater ancient or 70 yards ahead of ''lnrrrlCln

On last new year's night, the whole was d luring Rhode Island, 211 him as his advisers. Wedded to no pirly, prowess of their progenitors they I other; hit shot at the formost, but missed :

illuminated the interior also and all the he n ( Bride Creek, 400 but ready to adopt those measures which resemble the people from whom they are h him ; they then met, knives in hand. and be. I t

aisles of the church were crowded with own : I Stony Point, 100 1 his wisdom and judgment may dictate to be descended, they may improve on the ceds I: King, split the Indian entirely through the : Sll'ht
Camden 610 jaw j the second
; stroke, he sent his knife- ,.
spectators. The interest which was excited bJ the King's Mountain most conduceful to the welfare of I the coun of 1 the Spanish Guerillas-their native I
was intense, when with ihe : 96 country entirely up into the left side of the Indian- .eJ '

of (the clock a 7 sprang, imo the twelfth place stroke of the e ll W Cowpens, 7-2 'try-having no deep.roted plrjuci; ('( to abounds in favorable positions for a Guerilla the Indian fell back and hollowed, the other 'a!

6 after the 4. The man who explained lit I It Guilford), 400lotkirk's overcome, he will listen patiently to both ; War-affords! easy subsistence to irregular near by took affright and fled. King then 1r C i i'he
II h .
all to us, a mere laborer exclaimed, with : Eutaw) Hill, 400 sides, and choose deliberately and imlar-: troops-i lie people are skilled in the ex- l led ran towards the Gulf saw a smack and cal- J'i
much warmth. One Springs 550 -they came and some of ihem went to .
would almost tially t Believing that offices for errise of
supposethat from are creatf weapons suited to light armed the
the machine ) s- troops spot, saw the dead Indian and said it was i4
can think ; it makes one *ho : Total ;: the good of the for the benefit -they are I
think of the blood which circulates 8697 4491 country lot t splendid horsemen-and everyman I Joe the old Indian Chief. Kins was shot ,

veins of the human body." throughthe prefer' This is a tremendous toss, when we take of political adherents, he will ;put an end is mou utee! With such advantages, through the jacket on his back but the bal tbra

i into consideration the short time that has I t to that strife which has converted the ballot what may they not achieve ?! and how long missed his body ; he was cut with a sohree

CO'fDITIO'f!' elapsed since the breaking out hostilities.' box into machine for t places not seriously. He was very r
OF ENGLAND.-:Mr. Bennett, unite a carrying out the de may they not keep up resistance IVe (
extract ;- and much
At bloody
In-
alarmed. He
a rough estimate had the
of the New York we might set down five
thus Herald of in a recent correspondence to the thousand more, who perished from fatigue, signs of office-seekers, and has taken away t from a Review of Lord Mahon s Warof dian's rifle alit his own ; would not rart with 1'r!

lor England; : speaks the condition man from the fire of the guerrilas, yellow fever, from. the People the privilege of selecting the Succession by Macauly: the following I t the rifle said he could and would prove itlo

"The aristocracy maintain 400,000 &c., &c.. which a-dded'to the other, would their rulers. l passages which be apposite at th !I I be old. Joe's rifle. 1 saw the men of ihe-
servants : make the loss on side may ej I smack, but did not speak with them-ihey- ItI
200,000 horses,500.000 dogs, 100,000grouse ) our nearly ten thousand Such being the characteristics of the present moment. Those who j
as |left
Tin : in the course of fifteen months. !speculate I Ito i soon after King. This is the
to ministers. and 500,000 their game of all kinds, all ( is the result of war. Such condidate, whom the People have selected 1, the future events in Mexico, will do well substance of King's landini tale. I saw his wounds I a

These beasts to pride and pleasure the why should either Whig or Democrat i in t to give them attention : and the rifle. We fear those men of the Ibe e

'food ofidleness men, which, and would birds feed consume the i the cut, I;: ; Hear the words of instruction, my son: Florida be found opposing him ? Have .It seemed that the struggle had terminated fishing smack knew old Joe, and had been 'rblj

Irish and others of the lower class starving (' : while you are sober," said the doctor, for they good cause for feir.that any just policy i in favor of I the archduke, and that root huiuig remained but too frindly to him and his crew, for who, t !
it is not possible to be u : for Philip but could have those Indians the 11
Here i. the condition taught when you aretight. which favor will find a prunit (light into the> put across on
dangerous that they
is in
increasing ." an enemy him ? dominions of his"gradfathvr. St. Joseph's side. We have often heard of

jo magnitude every year, am posed They have not. Every measure of public .So judged those who were i ignorant of the them on the peninsula side of St. Andrew's, "

reaches crisis whenever any of the cropsfail. of I Never pay a printer when he first presents policy, which is clearly for the best interestof character and habits of the Spanish people. but have never heard of them on the east ,

.. law. his bill to you ; for such an unexpected the and which There is no country in Europe which itiasoeasy side before. I have often heard that there l
4 J, country, can secure a majority to
of overrun Slain
which as
population 27,000,000, is phenomenon might cause a rush of blood I to ; there is no country i in were three Indians, but some the number -,
newly the cumber of the three kingdoms. The his head, and throw him into fits-of ecstacy., in the two Houses of Congress and) Europe which is more ditlicull to conquer. N o- has increased. \Ve hope say t that some-
be
thing
only tbotU 600099 are electors, while 43,1 000 recent The Columbus ; to which there is no constitutional objection can more contemptible than the regular;
will be done in
Whig says its "dem ril" military resNtance which it to invader thing soon that we may live *
hold an ;
"lIlthe bod of the in- ofi'r" ;
person Empire, ; has joined the church. We trust that the | > will receive his' approval.Vhiat reasonable nothing; more formidable energy which I peace. I am sir,

eluding mountains, hill?, rocks, rivers, come example of that "individual" will become I man can ask for more 1 it puts forth when its regular military resistance Your obedient servant,

mD01L" claus fashionable among his followers. Should either Whig or Democrat has been beaten down. Its armies have long HERMAN MERCER, P. M.,

oppose borne too much resemblance to mobs; but i its St. Andrew's baj .

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;'rfT 1ERE1GNEWs. City Council Proceedings. J. SPENCE, = Tax Snlc--- block -; _=___ ----_=- -
\ by the Caledonia, it will COUNCIL ChAMBER Colector's 1 ii s 3 ; ;; =
telligence
nim :
,
: 'e 'td
r WATCH AND! CLOCK MAKER virrtie of the block 3 to 10 incu! For New York.
ired, I IS of the same unfavorable' WrrxESDAV EVENING, 1'0\.10, 15-17,5 BY authority in me vested by law, 'C unimpro\t : ,
tUhe I will to sale before block 136 lots nos 1 2 3 G 7 8 THE WM. L.JOE .
received Council Second Story Baltzell's expose the Court House regular packet brig
1Ult by the Cambria. met. Present' B. S. Hawley, Mayor Buildings, block include unmprov.J' -1-- -
s as ; 137 lors nos 110 10
: Entrance Chestnut-st Door, in the.City of Apalachicola, on Monday the 2Z Tyler, waster, will have dis-
tire in the money market still ex- Councilrrien, Ahell, Hancock, Goodlett, J. S. SSA ( on ) lots nos 1 te 10) inclusive "Jmlrov'd'block .
q 5th day of May, 1SJS, between the hours of 13 the above For treight
APALACHICOLA. ten pGrt.
Hutchmson .
of the highest commercial I T. H 1 Hutcbin"'on. block lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive : or '
jaliousrs continued The minutes of the last nieeting were read and N. B. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry carefully A M. and four P.M. the following real estate, block 140) lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unirnpt unnnprowj\.td : I. } S4 l apply to A. DODE.
to ist influ-
r.l' yield to in the City of ;"11 st.
,! approved. repaired. October 21,1847.PROCLAIUATION. situate Apalachicola, (assessed a block 141 lots nos 1 23458910 unimprovert-J -
tIi lv'. Jvn'Dg others, two of the Liverpool j' The Clerk t property, of Liewis Curtis and Joseph Dela- block 142 lots nos 1 to 8.inclusive unimproved : I
the of the HarborMaster
reported returns
4I
I':. Companies had suspended pay- .i and leld Trustees of the Apalachicola Land Company block! 143 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive untm'>roted : u. S. MAIL. LINE
tI Marshal, for the month of Sept. last,
th> 'Royal Bank" an institution of! which were read and ordered file. ,) or 59 much thereof a will pay the Taxes bloc'i 144 lots iios 1 to 10 inclusive nnimp'-oveJ : ForvApalachicola, Fa.,
on block 145 lots 1 to 10 inclusive :
for nos 'cd .
assessed thereon and unlmp
in
ar.cter and extensive business ; ai.d The Mayor stated that he had pledged his wordto t to I8t arrear unpaid block 1-161015 nos 1 to 10 inclusive tinimf>ro\ed : I c__. WILL leave Eufaula e.e

t cL Lf\"fltool Banking Company" whose the St. rifr that: the sum of $100 should be u lin If Florida, and the County of Frunk- block 147 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : I. Wednesday at 1 o'cok. .
together with the cost of advertisement .
fjjot 'liabilities were much more con- raided and paid him 'II the Fi. Fa. against the ale which and block 14M lots PO-' 1 to 10 inclusive ucimproved : ;j i d ": M via Weed's -
Cit, in Uvor of Rowdon &. Hatch. and said real estate is described as block 14<* lots no" 1 to 10 inclusive uuimproved : ,, .. heih. Columbia, Woodville -
The Wright
L. "Bank of Liverpool, it is ,
I The "ollows, in the Map of said City, viz. block 150 lots nos 1 2 3 4 7 8 9 10 unimproved : and Mananna, with the

iLna: different institution of undoubt-! Special Committee appointed to examinethe 1L Bock A, range 1 'lots nos. 1 to 14, inclusive, l block 157 lots no* 1 2 3 47 8 9 10 unimproved : I U. S.

,,:!: and almost unlimited resources I toad made by Mr. Bennelt, reported having C' <' _, unimproved; block A, range 2, lots-nos. 1,3,6, block 138 lots nos 1 to 10.inclusive um.nproved Mli goat Quincy

done so, and tiTotiimended that said road be accepted Cf, 11, 13, 14 block A block 159 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive : at Chattahoorhee. This lire will
folders: all of whom are individu- I t unimproved ; range 2, unmproved t I h .
\.lte. being among; the'cahll.'ist pcr- on. the terms proposed by Mr. Bennett.Aooptcd. ; L lots no?. 2,4, 5, 10, 12, improved; block B, range block block 167 164 lots lots nos-1 nos 1 2 to 3 10 4.inclusive 7 8 9 10 unimproved :: 1! W; ;=. alFord the AhLACHJCOL MF.R.CHANT -

in Gre.it Dritain in Thanks nd praise are due from 1. lots nos. 3, 1 9, 10, 17, unimproved ; block block 110 unimproved1 : ( j Ihe opportunity of transacting
or Europe.- The Committee on Claims reported favorablyon WHEREAS H 5 Ui9lo IKW 10 inclu.-ive unirnprovd I I business in all the principal
fie influence of the pressure, merit the following bills, which were passed' and people of the State of Florida to B, range 2, nos. 13, 14, unimproved ; block block 170 lots nos 1 2 3 4 7 S 9 10 unimproved : !i towns between Eulaula and Apalachicola.
: ranre 2, lots nos. 2.3,4,5,0,11, 12, improved block 174 lots : '
'he for 1
of atll'wld'iz t Author All Good the health, prosperity nos to 10 inclubive! unimproved For seats to
has been apply
every cnption : and other which have ; block C, range 1,1{htsnos. 3, 4, 15, 16, unim- blncl1;lois nos 3 to 10 inclusive : .
blessings
we, as ,
a people unimproved f TAYLOR
R. Blount -. to lt lat.$33 00 W. S. }:uaula.JOHN : .
upon the market and sales made as wa c man : Sept. been permitted to during the p roved; block C, range 2, Jots nos. lots nos 1 2 3 (J 7 8910 unimproved :
enjoy current 9,1,1,12
'p ost ;Intf'III1 and this has ncca- Wn mount, to 4th 0-t.1.14. 50 00 Therefore it i is that year: 13, unimproved ; block C, range 2, nos. block 177 lots nos 110 10 inclusive unimproved : TURNF.R, Abbeville.
C. 13th: Oct. last. 7.:, III)) proclaimed THURSDAY, block 178 lots M L. \VEUT, Columbia.NELSON .
further Thippm, to nos 1 to ) inclusive unnnnrovrd,
'a still ( 2,4,5,15, improved block D 2 lots :
of
depression prices.omparmc t he 2: November next, he set to be ob- ; range nos. ]
: lat 31 07 apart block 179 lots 1 3 HAWLEY Chattahoochee.BEXJ. .
J.D.Myers I to ItJthSept nos 4 6) 789 10 unimproved : :
the ;prices of' Cotton as served: throughout the Slate as! a of Thanksiving 3,7, S, 9, unimproved ; block D, range 2, lots block IN
,; Ir Chapman for medical sservicf*, . 11 00 ; day lots 110511010 mdu-ive unimproved : I G. ALDERMAN, Proprietor
4 by the Caledonia: and those of the I C. Horn, for boat hire and earning Dr. and Praise; to Almighty God. nos. I 1,2, F improved : block E", range 1, lots nos. block 11 lo';nos 1 2 34 5 8910 u unimproved : Nov. 4, IS 17. -l'2tf Marianna.Fa.TIios. .

October brought the) Cambria the Given mder my hand and the great !seal' 3,4,5,16 .17i IS, improved; block E, range 2, block 182 lots nos I to 8.inclusive
) : by unimprovrd :
Chapman down I he nay. . . . C 00
which has I [S.EALof the State, at the Capitol, this 15th l lots nos. 7, 8, 13, 14, 15, 10, 17, IS, 19. unimproved block 13101s nos 1 to 10 inclu..ivl t I C. Underwood, .
,:r> our !staple been affected The hill e.f \V. Valleau, f ft r 2 qrs. salary block block unilj'fVc
E lot
October, IS 17. ; range 2, 1. ,4, improved ; 18 nos 1 to 10) inclusive : r.
,:-Badily perceived.CAMBRIA as Cltrk and Tre'url'r"ao'! I're..enl-d, W. D. block F, range 2, lots nos. 5, 6, 7,13,14, HI, 20, block lots nos 110 10 inclusive unimproved UmpfH'c: t / UL+J r\

: : Oct. :,. CALEI tA, Oct. 15.: and on motion ofJr: Abell, was passedaridallouid October 1G 1S47. 40 MOSELY.u ved ; block II, range 1, lots nos. 5, S, block 1%; lots nos 1 to 10) inclusive unimproved : (Late of .,'lhtl, Georgia,) -

at . . . . . .200 00 10, 11, 13, 10", 2CJunirnproved block H block 1 7l lots no:? 110 lo inclusive junimprovvd :
(tn:1id.' 5 a.5 4j| a 5j --- ---- -- ---- ; range hT RESPECTFULLY; offers his
block ser
18-S Io'3! 2 6 -
asked further title nos 7 8 unimproved block
C. ,d Fair 63 a 6| (i JJ, a (i i. The I'drnnuttee. : tll reporton $30 Reward. 2, lots mw. 3,4,5,6,7,8 3 9, 1.1,12,1,1. 1 59 lots nos 67 8 9 10( 91 : block 190: ; jq Z.4": VICe to the citizens ol Apalachi-

tho1"j-, ne 7 it SJ 7 aSk tl-e hill nl It) MrDonald.( lor repairing Hose above reward will be paid for the appre- 15, 10, 17;, unimproved ; blok range nos 6789 10 unimproved.unimproved lots 1,, cola, and the county of Franklin

,.*.. 10 1\1.5 a 5| 4a5: and F.riiiuc I Umipo No I 1. Gianttd. TIlE of Malhew C. Eubanks who is nos. 2, 31, '5, G, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 1:, 11, 1:, WIIAUF A in the line of his
LOTS. pro-
,, -.d Fair 6* a fi H 5J a 6 The t llo\\ing resolutions were Icred and I 10, 17, l 10, block J, 2, eneral'
harmed with horse-stealing and other crime unimproved ; rane 5' E' t Having monthly!
*> t n t (i i.' a 54 61;]g a 61xensue adopted, viz : I lots 100 feel lot No 12; 50 feet foot of Leslie ccm
The said Eubanks left this County about the first nos. 1,2, .3,4, 5,6,7,8,9,10,11, 12, la, U, ; ft munication with the
Jv I! Mr. J S. Hutinson.' Resolved, That from street ; 100 feet l kt No 1C luo feet lot No principal
cliflictiltirs are in a :great of May last, and is now believed to be in East 15, 1(5(;, 17. IS, 19, 20, unimproved ; block K, ; 17 ; 't rrlhf'r cities, he will be enabled

rtJ !lift ;
'i uI ijiiC,npanies| in absorbing! in i their considi'rtd due upon gfindsi landed upon, or Si-id Eubanks is about 2G or 29 years ol age, 12. 13, 14, 15, la;, 17, is, 19,20) unimproved ; W;( feet South part of Into 20; 30' feet North 1 '_-_ .- ? with the NEWEST AND LATEST time

$ive tudeitakinis ;t.q t amounts heretoifvotf !shipped) Irm unsound! whaiies cr wharves: out of rather !spare made broad across the shoulders, block K, range 2, lots nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, G, 7, S, 9, part 100 feet of lot of lot No 22; 'JO' feet foot of Chestnut st. ; w u_ PLATES OF FA!IUO.V, received

repair.By ; 10, 12, 13, 16, 17, 19, 19, CO I unimproved :02.; 00 feet foot of Cherry.
to the purpose! uf rnmmeice, ibnut sx feet in heiht, red or sandy hair, shoulders 1 1.1,1. Alsit All 1fntM.l shotting at a tiw the most Fashionable
of I :Mr. GoodIt.! P.esolved! That the Major stoop?, face iciind, complexion light or ; block no?. 1 1,2, :'j J, 4, 5, G, 7,5, -- on the West sde; ol the SlIIe of Dress, which will be a decided advan

ihe rales preparation are sound- |i appoint a ct-mtitilteo: of 3 to examine; and! I ieport I andv. and blue eyes-complains of his breast, 9. 10, 11, 12,13,14,15 l W, 17, IS, 19, t2u'), unimproved Apalachicola Bay; North and Wtstol Ihe City of tialacliicola a fashionable community.N. .
f "ra ..ontest between the Tlailroad in. tile and ct t ot Water' street ,\ to the Western boundaries of
cxpodienry; block lot .
opening and has a rough' t that causes hoarseness-dresses ; M, 'In 1,2,3,4. 5, 1, 7. S, B. Gentlemern* Morning Gowns and Evening -
;" !'ll\f' Commercial: and Manufactnrs. ] ; from PaltiKtloto the north si I<3ef C\'pre s sliett, centpr-1, and when in this neighborhood!::: passed 9, 10,11 t, 12, 13, H, I:, W, 17, 1 19 20, unimproved Franklin County; also, St Vincent's: Mat-d, St. Wrappers made: to order; Cloaks nf every

'\t'I"St in which the fill mer will nnTly and put in !surh ord<-r adn, >s c.in pjsAtui --. iinsflf; ('Ifl' as a Cumberland Prosbjter Prea- ; hlock X, lots 1103. 1, 2.3, 4-, 5, G, 7,5 9, Geoq e's hand! and Dog Island, (exclusive ofI.hat description; n.H'Je in the usual forms ot the day

:'.- have to !succumb and( (hat thisMted. the!i Major appointed' :Mes-ts. Goodlet) T. hrr-he alo 1trofesedlo belonz to the Odd Fel- 1 10, 1, 12. 1:, H, 1.;, 10 17, IS, HI, .0, unimr'f'ed t. portion of St. Georges and Dog Island owned Walking! ;and Riding. Gait';M made in a superior;
by the LT-
( [; : i is evident from the t f.ict; that t I R. Hutrhinsi.nan-l! Abell s.nd coinnn.tce. ows .brie1V. From the account given; us, the t ; hlock 0, Jots no,. 1. 2, 3,4,5, fi, 7, S, 9, S. Government) ; also, all Lands lying manner; ; Tunic Dre-ws and Bo\'' Clothes of
I East of the :
Ikel value of Kailtoad; Shaies is laprenatmc. ? r. J. S. I Hutchinson introdnced an ordinance, said: Eu'nnks was arrested near Tampa Bay, inEat 1,1, 12, 13, 14, 15, 10, 17, IS, HJ, 20, unimproved Bay of Apalachicola and bordering every description made in a neat and Lshionablesf
entitled An ordinance I In pros ent I the t Ihof ro\\ jug block P lots 3I I :5 6 7 S on St. Genre's Sound, } running Eea.t to the .
::. We have sirong, hopes, I \ | Florida for r.is, misconduct ; and, as he ; no: 1,2, mouth of New Kiver all : s AH garments made at this establishmenticarranted
th. the will cotton or i ther! uierchandi from the windows pa-od himself for J. Rnbei' :r>n, he was brought tl I, 10, 1 12: 13, I 11,15,10 I 17, IS, 19,2Uunim- from thence in direct liieto to.fit.
f, t ; : (oj 1 Juiildmis; ir.lo the public i; stretts. which was proved block Q, ht' 1, 2,3,4,5,6,7,8, Chipola Cut-off? following the Apdacin- -
ns. cQ
; Second
; Shop
to Montgomery by the Sheriff of Benton County, Story Ealtzell's
.. .' t'lfcrins' : intelligenc: and in the read hy ;ilu- Clerk:, and duly passed by its title. cola River dwn tf) its including F'nibes Duidinps.
a 10 rolth
(-'loudd, the supposition that he was Jesse 11,12,13,11 1, 15, 10,17; IS, 10, 20, unimproved Entrance on Chestnut street.
IP will console; ourselves' wiih theditlaze ;Mr. .1. S I Hutchinson gave riot ice that at the nllhpr.on.upon who was charced:; with forgery, andwho ; block S, lots nos. 1 to 20, inclusive, Island ("o called); the whole containing:1:55,000' October 11,1S17. 39-Cm

t : : that when mailers reach next ir.pet'ni he should offer an ordinance to 1 t'- ; unitn .roved block 1 lots iw unimproved acres of third quality of Land, and 1000 of 2dquality
broke jail Monlanmery last Spring butas [ ; ;
? (:JA
; plate of Fall and Winter
:SL tiny must rn *nd." enh.te the piice roC wharfdi'e upon all conds landcd ;; he proved not to be Jesse l Robcron, he was block 1, lot no. S, improved ; block 3, lot no. 9,( as j per returns made by the Assessor ot recJlv.d. Fashions just-

[Charleston Mercury. 1 upon miviund or imt>erlect wh.irve st at lib".tand. we have reason lo believe he unimproved} ; block 4, lots nos. 3,4, G,7,8, 9, tixI- State Taxes for Franklin County.

The hill-s ofVni.. mount waichman: for i improved block 4, lot 2 hlock JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff
will make his way towards East Florida, as his : ; no. improved ; City Hotel, Tallahassee..
JI [For the Commercial Advertiser.MAK11ICD !!) Oi. and C Grady, mih1in? Cupola at Engine health is such as to induce him to make his 5, lots nos. 2 to G, inclusive, unimproved ; block: and Ev-OtlicioTax C-.lIector Franklin Co. I have
to inform
way friends and
heed : LOVi Hoti"e No. 2. for S-'" >(O N were presented and re- to a more Southern circuit. 5, lots nos. 1,7, &, 10, improved ; block G, lots Apalachicola, Nov. 4, IS 17. -42-Gn. NOTIF.-I. ct t this hou-e, that my I have leased
fern-d t-, the Com. Claims. ,
i. tin SAMUEL: S. SMITH.: nos. 17, S, 9, unirnpreved ; block 6, lots nos. Sheriff's Sale. it, and that it will hereafter be conducted by
On notion tlie; Council then adjourned. 2, 3, .1, improved block 7, lots nos. 1, 2,3, a, 10,
THOMAS: J. SMITH.: ; virtue of execution WILLIAM
-I 1 wnff' metliinks I FPP thee sow .. BY an from Franklin Cir HEMINGWAY, E. q. who has for
-- -- -- -- H. J. HARRELL. unimproved ; block 7los, ( nos. G, 7, S, improved ; cuit in
1a? thy 5'111 hand brow Coutl, favor of Thomas E. Linden- many years breti connected with Ihe first class
cpon
: my ; DIED J Cahaba: Ala., Sept. 15;, IS 17. 41 block Slots nos. 3,4, 5,1, 7, S, unimproved ;;; berger vs. Robert J. Floyd, I have levied on the Hotels at the Northan recently from the American -

i i.yOIfldtflVfOT1fl, my good right army At the te.-iamre rf Lines P. Roan, on the 131h! (fcjAll; Flarida papers will please copy. block 9, lots nos. 1,4, 5, 8, 9, unimproved :;; equity of redemption in the following property :: Hotel in XeYork.. Bclcnving he
'4're [ bt"lo\.d to fear no harm.: block 10 lots 3 5 block : wi
: nos. u-iimprovpd ; 10,
iml &!.ttr a s-hort illness! )Ir. \\ .It.LUtlooRE: one Lot in Apalachicola, designated on the map keep an excellent hou-, and spare no

I n.f !:th' of Nurth C.irrlinn.: ] azed: -13::; year*. An Ordimanoe. lola nos. 4, 7, improved ; block 1, lots nos. .1,5, of said city as Llt 3, in Block 1C, together with expense to make his guests comfortable! I recom-

f : a=!trouseyes' mildly Learn __ To prrttnt the throirinn of cotton or other mer urlmpro\'ed ; block 1, lots, nos G, 7, 3, 10, the Houses improvements thereon. .-lsl, mend the house to my frierd.* and the public.
u the unimproved block 1 lots nn 4, 9, 10, unimproved
c/iaizdi.efronz windows of into ; : Ben and
man and THOMAS BROWN.
buildings negro woman Chancy,
j>. -I\ kf a c'drce: from hfav'u ziey seem, COMMEliCJLVL.CCiTTON' Vie public sireits.Be ; block 17, no. 9, unimproved block: ncr
; I wil! for sale Tallahassee Nov.
: expose public the said equity of: 1, 1S47. 436m.
Eel F[ '. 't'r1zr! rosy cheeit eo fair _._ it ordained by the Mayor and Council or 17, lots nos. 6, 7. improved ; block IS, hits nos. redemption in said at the
-- -- ------- ---- --- ---- property) Court House
I. i'f.e miles of angel's there ; : STATEMENT.Flock I -. --- --Lt the City of Apa\idiicol. That from and after this 2, 3, 5, G, 7, S, 9, unimproved; block IS, lot t in said city, on the fust Monday in December: CITY HOTEL,
tyt
t ,'". nr. I >ar date it shall for anv person or persons no. 4, improved ; block 19, lots nos. 1 to 10, inclusive next, between the u>:ial hours of sale.

l'In to thiow, cotton Irom the windows of secondor I unimproved ; block 20, lots nos. 3 to 10,
n ---- '- JOHN LUCAS
; : mi !How: \'oict'\ ray wife, on hand Spt.; 1, b1. .57Received '.;: 9SS third of warehouses the inclusive, unimproved ; block 21, lot no. 5, improved Sheriff:
florins stores
: : or on Oct. 2S.
:
; wek, ... .. . By B. LUCAS, D. S. &
11.1
2Vi
'e [* ;4I pt'y <>n !ntoils cf life, i pi't / sidewalks nf"atf"r street, and that ; hlock 21,lots nos. 1 to 1 and t t to 10, inclusive m
any person
peviou&1v] .. ... ..C.Yl; ):
I,? nkes inj n Ji.nj; ; soul to jnoverepo Total .. .- 1.10: 16.)9) violating this ordinance, shall he fined five dollars unimproved; block22lots nos. 1,3, unim- State of Florida,

k r }-e th; chords cf) lave. Exported pact we *k.. .... . for every hale of clono' thrown or other proved!; block 23, lots nos. t1 6,7, S. 9, unimproved; ; FRANKLIN COUNTY. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.- -

" I.If lr ,.iou ly. ... .... ..1 ; park e, unless in case. of fire. hlnk!:J,lOts! nos. 1,',3,i(: 7,S,9. 1 ur.i mpro\.d ; all persons having demands against the es. the -
N of
IV. ... ed block 2-3, Jots nos. 3, 4, G, unimproved block TO management this Hotel, the undersigned -
Totdl. 135: !92 l ;> by Council loth November. 1547.B. ; tatt of Nathan Seymour, late ot said ,, :
l.-aref: it.ihar! Ileav'o has made I 26 lots county will use his Lest exertions to please his
e ;; S. HAWLEY, Mayor. nos. .1, 5, G, 7, S, 10, urampro\'t'd; bk-ck deceased, notice i hereby given that 1 have taken
:-r nj" tlirough! each :;;1n rnr tliade, On hand and f on '::!iipinard! not elar.d 12J.'i! i 1 4 \\ VAi.-t.rAU, Clerk. 27, lots nos. 1 to 1 hcusi\, unmprm'f'd ; block from the Honorable; Court of Probates f said I guests. He asks the public for their patrcnage.

,;' "pratr'. heart, to r.iiae: --- ---- ------- 2?, Jots,nos. 5, 1 l. unimproved ; block county, Letters Testamentary upon the same, and WILLIAM HEMINGWAY.
; Itoot. :29, lots nos. 3,4, G i. 7, 9, 10, I November 1, .17. -J3-Gm.
unimproved ; '
'CCtI nmbersixx thy praise! J'ASENEU: ; S. Ullullarl'OV that all claims will be bated; if not presented I Iwllhin
: \ FEW !pounds; ot Bermuda: Arrow Root, just block 3'), lot no. S, unimproved ; block 31 I. lots two years after the date ( this advertise. I SANS SOUCI HOTEL
v. IVrtrnner (!'urv-d r' JohrMon S CVrti ; 5 :S 9 10 block .'{ .1
4' recpived and for sale bvX nos. unimproved ; :, lots tics ment. MILTON \ SCOTT. ,
and I Tho* L :.Nii'I j .V1 and -:
family. : eld
.
failtf: in the* .iv. S n 1, 2. 3, G, 7, > 10 uni block 3-:{ lot
VT rJ'f"ttr. 4.V 1-s J C ALLEN. 5,9. mpro\"pd; ; :* Aalac'nicoIa,3u1v21 17. -2S-2m liiUinrd Saloon,
J W. ;
Inof A .Mm\li"l. DT.) nl. J W 1:11II.i.: !i.IVr .11.5
-, 'T-\\l:;!! not Hoop to :hA 4>011 j-tetiner rIII-C',1: : l Alf.vin'jiT\ Col :MnrSan nos. G, 9, unimproved ; block 31 t, l lot t5 nos. 2 to .\ DREST.
Ilnbinsim's Patent
'. "1t..1t (1Ib..r,; Tl!"fi 111, flame. and trrv't. I K: Lcickliarf, Mr Thomas, <> :Sin.dtir. .. Barley, 1 inclu-ive, unimproved ; block 35, lots no I Snuf. URAXT. '
: .. ilit la'lnrd .,. FOIl .d le I) t j, 7, S, 9, 10, unimproved ; block 3';, lots nos.. 2 SCOTCH and :\ just received, and for .
ir of Came.VI. .
i" : P..r ? '.1m"r Xntion-H W T5ronk ladv. and I \' is J C ALLEX.Ilazois to 10, inclusive, unimproved; block 37, lots :os. THE public are respectfully informedthat

erv1V, H Youns, family and -ervts: :, W (i I'orttr 4,5,0;, 7, S, !, 10. unimproved ; block 35, lots Nov 1 H. F. ABELL. -; 'f the above establishment has been
Knives & Scissors __';,q: rtfltted and i for the
'So i.S rartn-r of my j:y and "'OP", PI nos. 2 to !, inclusiveunimproved ; block 39, lots entirely : ;now o( en
Per fam-r QIinr.\-\\- :Pirn-! and la'lv' JAlford Ax ass rtinerit 01 f Rizcre, Pen Knives and 1 nos. 1 to 10, block -10, Seeds. reception of permanent and transient Boarders,
-
: ;
: 4m\ ..I..p my fOr..ltC6 CCbz t'i and < drs, of Rodders manufacttire lor sale bv incnsiuirprO'ed Garden Seed received and for
-tnrf 1MIL I 15 IVr'ins: s'-n, Mr Mr.lpin ( his nos. I, 3, unimproved FRE'i just and thestibscubers hope hy strict alentn to the
\i jpIi'I,. (if ih.-" frilly full duJfjntv"C! :MeX. ushton C J Joidan J C ALLEX. ; ,
'. j't "pt :0j.. 'block 11 and -1 lots nns. 1 to 10, inclusive, each I bu -ir.ess ot their h.u-e tt be i cnr.d to none in
J.I.- '5-4f t-a! %*o suet -- : Nov 11 II F. ABELL. their corr.fi itahle. Their
table
ujicn my rendering guests
It ErEtPTFtuM: THE IXTCKIOK.IVr Congress Water, block, unimproved ; block -43, lots nisI 2,3, t 9, .
.' '- VII. X pint and bottles from the 1U, unimproved ; block I, lots nos. 1 to 10, inclusive llartl\a.'c. will be s'vplifd ->t all times, with every delicacythe
.. Me.-mer (1'lifl21 half,* rntton, to Tho;; I quart just Spring(, market atlirds. Hariters and of
i- .. *' i mv jycus but Td rain Pro'l eJ", fi h.'o..tN.'I. I."ckh-irt X \ ouizy : ; for s.de by unimproved ; block 45, lots IIJS. 1 to 10, inclusive TRCE CHAINS, Spates Locks aborted., Captains

"'ing fohdds! tiul strive in vain jUI b\> toh icco to M.irpcr *c IlIInl'! ; 27 Lxs tolJilc- lOIS J C ALLEX. unimproved; block11, lots nos. 3, 4-, 5, and Cart Boxes, Draw ing Krivtatc i "e(ls will find this a very convenient house.

; co to K > Ilawl'-v. 0, 7, S, unimproved ; block 17, lots nos. 1 to 10, Irons. &., &.c. for dh' 1 1\\ hy G.me. Ovsters, &r served up at all hours and

< th* ;;old"n tnomeat rise IVramer rII-1fJ! liid..- Wylie & McKen. READY MADE CLOTHING inclusive, unimpioved ; blockIS, lots nos. 1 to' Nov 11 1 E. McCULLV, 30 Water st. HI Iht be-t stvle. The Kfr v\ill be well !hiCe

"Us:: the vision f-om my ;7H2 b\- I.haeCII! to J lid\' -V: Co 10, inclusive, ; block- 19, lots nos. 1 Irish Potatoes and with the choicest Win('", Li'U'rsand, sar .
unimpro"e
Onions.
eyes.SIGN'ET.. IVr ,,'-',lIn''r Xotiou-IS il.tlp| cotton to Win G On Consignment. to 10, inclus : block 50, Jots nos., i Attached to the tdbliohment is a Saloon -

IVrterr eu: 12 do tn :Sun' iIVr & Chpt'\f"r. JUST received, and now opening at No. 33 1 to t inclusive, unimproved ; block 51, lots A FLNE article lor McCULLY sale byNov I spaciouard well lit U?. .
The h ir e Live O.tk-f; > bales: cotton to \\.m G 11 E. 50 Water st. f.ivors. the
\ !; New YOlk Express street, up-stairs, direct from the :I.Huf.cto.ry nos. to 10, inclusive, unimproved ; block G Grateful for past subscribers hope
Porter Co: 47 do J ) A Co. :
to Dty :
(S Private lettersfrom the highest;: I'erteaxnerQuiixicy-7: ; bales cotton to D G Ran" a large and well assorted Stock of lots nos. 1 to 9, inclusive, unimproved ; block 3-1-, Fieshi Garden Seeds. that their friends and the public will continue to

) 'fOm London with \'. Ready Made Clothing, lots nos. 1 to 10, inclusive, unimproved ; block l as-iortuient ot Fresh Seed, just rec'd, sustain them.

t speaks greater IVr -''5trner ;Southerner! 2 hales cotton toVy- which 55, lots no! 1,2, 3, 4, 5, ', 9, 10, unimproved sale bv J.\\IE GIBSON & CO.
, .:'::1 n:. Theuriterexprcs;1 belief lif'\- :McKenzie: 6do to Win G Porter: Co6 will be sold }H'reat .V Ca.m.
Merchants
and dealers invited
are to call] .
do to :SunCheever ; block 5S, lots nos. 1 to 10, inclusive, unimproved '.
t. ;'I! isliad pa'exl and t that .the mrr5inatjity Per Ldre; Haw k'-j c-:53 bales cotton to J Day;; and examine t the stock. Additional( invoices wi 1 ; block 59, lots nos. 1 to 10, inclusive, unimproved School Books. Apalachicola Eieh lne.. :

: had: seen the worst.! The ( 'It.I be received riionthlv during the reason.JXO. ; block GO, lots n19.1 ltoS'inclusiveun SCHOOL BOOKS, ot all kind j just rec'd by TIE subscriber interir.s his friends
I S. HCTCHIXSON public in Ejeneral. that he has become
. ,'.t was a t little Lester in Havre.J I ; block lots nos. 1 to S, inclusiveun Iimproved I- 1 J. C. ALLE f -' (
r :
NOV I fur the of this abft well
Agent 1 Manufactory.Uiirglary. >e
1 Proprietor
I
l.** hs:; lind but little influence on 11 I-jiiIi\ I JXTELLICEM I ( block improved 70 Jots; blocks 6:to C9 inclusive unimproved; Flour, Whiskey, Ac. known house, and will be pleased to enterlaia
: nos 1 to 1 inclusive unimproved ; BBLS. Illinois Flour ,
; sales ol' 500 bales Cotton, at a ; n 1HE shop of the subrribfcr was broken into buck 7 lots nos 1 to inclusive unimproved ; '0 20 bbU Rectified Superfine Whiskey, any him of the travellioar community that may tavcr

r P' tt'8. The holders of flour PORT (OF APAL.VCIIK'OLA. ) . ... Nov. I 13.; J- some nights since, and a quantity of clothing 7 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ; 2 hhds, Bacon Sidi-s, wilh resident their boarder custom, and The will bar also will always accpmmordate be
-- --- -- -.--------- ---- : block 75 lots 1 to inclusive
-- --- ready made arid partly worn- some cloths, rios 1 uimpro\'e; 2 ". N. O. ,
I-re !title firmer. Provision Sugar,
a ; are ;: supplied with of the- choicest
genuine liquors
AitUIVLD.lJ : : ) block 70 lots
tailor trimmings, and unmade garments, stolen tins 1 to 1 inclusive unimproved ; 20 sacks 'e, JOHN

'Cr." \' I lJ: -Br i hir! < IIf"'r.,, X.wl.ir.d: from Liverpool One of I the coats, was a plaid tweed.A I. block 77 lot* riot 1 to inclusive unimproved; 10 Cot. Crackers,just received quality. PATRIGE

I wuh;, ::131; () Mt-ki alt. to J Day V Co.Sciir liberal reward will be paid: for the recovery block 75 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ; from New hall and gute for sale by Apll.hical X'JU, IS. 16.To

'aci: ot WAR.-A French 501'ollll'mil'l I- : 1 Nnbi'lla, };.IIIJI'r.[ fun NInie6ns. of the articles, rr, fur information. that will] l block SI lots nos 1 to 1 inclusive unimproved; Nov 11 E MeCULLY, 50 Water ---Let.-
Nov 1<--ifchr Ann Maria] ]Untbee! from Baltimore block !t ,
'-\ il! ill* lrH\if'suf Ilussi! i. lead to the deeclor of the theif. S2 lots nos 1 to inclusive unimprovedtlOCk ; -
S3: lots nos 1 to inclusive unimproved Vinegar.Ink. THE sccor.d tlf-or of s-fcre No. 50;
small! I at the enlr-mcoof JOHN CAIGH. ;
treasure -= fin Chattahoorb II
: Q'linqAllf'n. l
*\Vilna.. with a liew of taking$ M t..ar.'lpr".ini,pr :ontiicrn"r! Thomjr-on, fm LUI4UI4.'ieant'r X. B. All persons indebted to me are requested block S4 lots nos 1 to inclusive unimproved ; A FEW bbls pure Cider Vinegar for sale lo.v I t.fTi: ::;iJ; water street. -pplyon the McCULLY priniises.,
block 55 lots nos I to inclusive unimproved by E. McCULLY F
1I1Iln.JcAIII.I"r.: fm LIlf.Ula.teauier ; ,
and I
lo
''m his return. After the defeat ;pav up 'J\'f cost. J. C. .
2> 1 17."SE'I'
q. be was made prisoner and sent Flint, Dennrel fm Florence. Apalachicola, Nov. 11,1847. 43-tf. block S'J' lots nos 1 to t inclusive unimprove; Nov 1 50 Wafer st.A tkll:1r ;
block S7 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimprovedblock
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::4t111 only! recovered: his liberty at LIST OF 'ESriELS: IX PORT. Groceries, Ac. SS lots nos 1 to inclusive unimproved ; .

lst I ) ear. On reildlinVllu"! SHIPS. JUST received Irom New York, per brig Atba- block S9 lots nos 1 to 1 inclusive unimproved: ; BLACK and Red Ink. also, Cotton Marking do. .thcn vntn Rowling Saloon.

totTed his hidden treasure, and Queen (Hr.) Xewland.; GJlI<) tor*.?, di.ehargingJlJdY a general assortment of : block 1)0 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ; and for sale by THE I .:lnl.r: the IP s 11lvt to announce, that he to has his
public generally
:'to*icut the spot; where he had; tlt'-! & Co. con-istmg in part as follows viz : block 91 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ; -Nov--__11_____-__ 1. F. ABELL. become soItMtn the above
I Crushd Sugar; "a fine article," block 92 lots nos 1 to inclusive unimproved "prieturct establishment
.
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"went take What Castile
to it away. B\UQUES.Reform 1 Soap, and hopes by management and strict attention -
( whment: to find, in I the place ofoI.'tr.III L-wU. S22 tOilS, chargin-\\.m G Pickles, assorted"( Lemon Svriip", block 93 lots nos 1 .to 1 inclusive unimproved ; JUST received, and for sale by to merit proper a continuance of the patronage
Porter & Co. Cot. Brandy, a supet. article, block 91 1 lots nos 1 to 1 inclusive unimproved] ; H. F. ABELL.
tin box containing a letter 1 heretofore so liberally bestowed upon the House
do.Holand .
block u lots nos 3 4 7 S 9 10 unimproved ;
(II BRIGS.Almedd : : indebted the above establishment
All to
tun. in which commercial -
a ; Gin, of the best block lot nos 1 2 3 6 7 S 9 10 unimproved; Candies. persons
: !mlfln"cJ' at where lie Hallock% 191 tons, waitins-\ourot', Gin Peach qualitY will confer a favor by s-ltlin-r with the sub
Nancy
.
orther block 97 lots nos 1 to 1 inclusive unimproved I ; FEW boxes of Stewarts Refined Candies;, JOHN
Stonf ic Co. scriber. JONES..
'ITth sum hurried, with intrcst Win L Jones 220: tons, for New York, with di .I. St. Croix and Jamaica Rum, block OS lots nos 1 to inclusive unimproved I; for sale by E. McCULLY, Apalachicola April 9. 1S47. 13-tf '

'I'ar 1612. The soldier suppose p.1tch-A Hod!:,.. Maderia, Port and Malaga Wines, block 99 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved] ; Nov 11 50 Wafer st. -

'4 IIH\ hoax ; he went, however, Virginia, Collins, 349 ton, "aitinlIarper XCHAS. : Soap, Candles and Starch, block lOo lots nos 1 to inclusive unimproved ; For Sale,

r>oilJted out, when. he received Ilollllt, N. 0. Rectified Whiskey, block 101 lots nos 1 to 10inclusive unimproved ; Horse and Dray, 10 HHDS. choice N 0 Sugar ;

\, "nh twelve Brown N. O. Muscovado and St.Croix Sugar, block 102 lots nos 1 to inclusive unimproved I :; FOR sale cheap. Apply to 50 bbls Flour, by

*'ctn he established years' interest.a small P. M'CALLV.! GL:!;TAVE H MAJN r. Bacon Sides, &c. &,c. block 103' lots nog 1 to inclusive unimproved ; 1 E. McCULLY, 50 Water st. Feb 2 rU SF. STONE &. CO. "

All of which will be sold low by block 104 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved LIFE
11 ; Syrup of Wild OKFAT'S PILLS AND PHCENIX
K; which enables him ::Calla A Romaiii, Swayue's Cherry,
ocy. toWably.
E. McCULLY, block 105 lots nos 1 to ID incl\'i'e unimproved I ; I' received and for sale bv 1DTTERS, just received and for sale by
b ; but he has never been COMMISSION I I MERC HANTS, Nov 1 50 Water st. block 100 lots no 1 to 10 unimproved ; : JUS 23 J. C. ALLEX. J. C. ALLEN.

he hall taken great pains :- block 107 lots 1 (to inclusive ; !
toI I. No. 9 Columbus Block. Drugs, illedicsiics & Chemicals. nos 1 unimproved ; -
his none was taken away Apalachicola Fla.Edward supply of Drugs; Medicines and; block 103 lots nos 110 inclusive unimproved : Quinine, Sulphate and muriate, HATS and Caps bv the case low for cash by

-to Liru.tfJ' Nov is AFRESH now landing from batk Ref block 109 lots nos 110 10 inclusive unimproved : I English Calomel, Ac.TUST B. ELLISON. &CO.Blank .
band
block 110 lots 110 10 i
nos improvedblock -
inclusive :
UlcCnlly, I
I received and for sale
for sale by
; .vrUfi.-: When carrying. GROCER AND COMMISSION:: :MERCHANT, Nov 1 by 111 lots nos IlO 10 inclusive unimproved : J Oct 23 J. C. ALLEN. Books and Statoner.
e- street. 1 J. C. ALLEN. block 112 lots nos 110 10 inclusive unimproved : T EDGERS. Journals, Day Boks, &
PIT eye be directed to the very i No. 50 Water Fa. Touiiscnd's- --- --Sarsaparilla- -- block 113 lois nos I to 10 incluHve! unimproved i : ; AMERICAN .Li 50 reams Foolscap and Letter Paper;

'I. You have nothing to dog i Nov 11 Apalachicola received block 114 los nos I to 10) inclusive unimproved : Cotton Memorandum Books ;
JUST by block 115 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : Net and Twine lUalufacturilgCOIUIaIY
111Ot.
if have
they nothing Jas. F. Farrior, J. C. ALLEN. block Ship and River Bills Lading;
116 lots
1 1 10 inclusive ]
nos to ,
.'u. If you should Jose your GENERAL RECEIVING.: FORWARDING fcCOMMISSION' block 117 lots 1 unimproved : Boooks for Letter Press. _
10 inclusive I
nos to unimproved :
Old Reserve
Dn foot. If you should lose a : :MERCHANT, Whiskey, block US !lols nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : 12 COMMERCIAL-STREET, Bank Bills of Exchange and Checks, .

l'- boponone. If should No. 50 \Vater street. O F Smith's Eagle Brand, for sale by block 119 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : (Up Stairs,) BOSTON. Ju and for sale bv

a must how you traveltxtremity. Xov.11 Apalachicola, Fla. E. McCULLY, 12( lots nos 1 to 10 Inclusive unimproved I : I! Manufacturers and Dealers in Bryan's Patent March 1 H. F. ABELL. .
try you con i Nov 50 Water st. block lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive I: : -
Billiard Table for Sale. 1 unimproved Twine Stands, Post Office Twines, Baleing ar-d
and Prints the
But uould Shirting by
d you i. be bold cheap, a fine Billiard Table, Gctiescc Flour, Goshen Butter, block 122 lots nos 111 10 inclusive unimoroved I : i Bundle Twines, McCarty's Cotton Herring Twine, SHEETIXGS low for cash by
had better for block 123 lots 1 10 inclusive
you to unimproved
WILL nos :
a terlal stop you r new cloth balls, ques, &c. complete. AND a superior article of CHEESE, for sale blocK! 124 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : Cotton Seine Twine, Tanned and Untanned, Flax-: B. ELLISON & CO. '

I mesiagc. Apply to WM. (PETRY E. McCULLY, Mock 125 lots nos 110 10 inclusive unimproved :: Herring Twine, Hawser and Shroud-laid Mack: Jan 23 24 Water.streetCarpenters .

[ Yankee Blade Nov)IS American House.! Nov 1 50 Water st. block 126 lots nos 110 10 inclusive unimproved I : erel Lines; Herring, Pohagan Shad, Bass, and I Extract
of Buchu.
'!atdilor ---- Bagging block 127 lots nos 110 10 inclusive unimproved I : Dip Nets. Government Seines with Bags; Cod, '
t1II after a week's court- hydrostatic! Ink Fountain. ; and Rope, block 128 lots nos 110 10 inclnsjve unimproved I : Shad, and Menhaden Selc.sc. WARRANTED gennine, for sale by

It 10 the conclusion that if] FEW Hvdrosutic: Ink Fountains, Pen Racks, FOB sale by E. McCULLY, block 129! lots nos 1 lo 10 inclusive unimproved I : lerring,1lckerel. J. C. ALLE ..

qYtbillg which Omnipotence 1 A Sand Boxes, Paper'' Folders, Stamps, Seals, 1 1_50 Water st. block 130 lots nos 116 10 inclusive unimproved I : i y B. and Seines knit to order at 8nortnotice. Bay Rum: <,

.t tL sow, it was the verdict of a; iI i Paper Clasps, Weights &c. for sale by ROSE and Lavander Water for sale by block block! 131 132 lots nos 1 ito to 10 10 inclusive inclusife unimproved I : J-eta ELLISON& Co., Agents, F tbe finest quality just received and for
unjmprpved
nos : o
I I I Nov 18 J C ALLE t J. C. AI4LE.'i block 133 lot nos 1'to 10 inclusive unimproved : October 14. 1817. 39tf Apalachicola. sale by [Oct 2S] J. C. ALLEN'.0 .




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I'ftOIICTUS S 2Lcfl.ilTIIK FRESH ARRIVAL OF TIlE SAVANNAH OEOKCSIAN. COMMERCIAL

Drugs, Mcilicincs, Paints Oils, IN announcing the fact that the undersigned

OF THE I l>yc-Sluirs, rorl'imu'ry, &c. have associated t Ihems-lve* togethct in i the Editonal i PUISLHIIKD KVKRYJ. TiltitD.y
;IV i: months after( dale 1 will apply WESTERN CIRCUIT
-v TYvnrr > .i--r THE I undersigned retumshis( I thanks Department cf TI IE SAVANNAH GEORGIAN I..
FLORIDA Ve WYM.\\
( Hon. Judge of! Piobales for Franklin OF FLORIDA.IN "
WHJG .
in zE' to his friends and the public lor their \\e take this occasion to s iy (to the (patrons
fir final from the Adinims.aiioii
a discharge .
JT Franklin Circuit Court.IN ; liberal and to inform of that paper, and to the public generally w. nlvis
A WEEKLV PAPEIft of the estate ol Donald Campbell, late of CHANCERY. ).. _. patronage, begs G. M. Edito
TO BE II I : that he is now receiving an additional that arrangements have already been made fonts ,
PUBLISHED LY ,.ttVL1JI I said county, deceased. Arabella E. Hepburn, widow of"j material in outward
JANET: WILLIAMS Adm'x. supply, which added to his former improvement appearance, Ofilc-e, Third Story Bilt nBniWfnn

THE undersigned ,'uWishing propose
Town of Marianna nonda, a Complainant' | and Coot pleto. English, French, German and sustain its character as a commercial (paper, and

weekly Jacksor above county f91e.( t STATE OF FLO KID A. vs. American Drug's ; Cosmetics ; Perfumer ; Glass to till its columns with interesting and profitable rir: MS.

.1 This newspaper will bedew03'0 wifliv\\ Literature Agriculture Calhoun Joseph L. Hepburn, George 0. and Drtiggisfs Glass ware, &c., &c., are ofil-red matter. We feel most sensibly that to render the SUBSCRIPTIONS.-Three Dollars
paper ttr
and Science %xVll) als ct>ntain the County. Hei>burn, Annie E. Hepburn to Physicians, Country Meichants and others on Savannah Georgian; such a paper as the growing if paid m advance, or 3 r 5; if pai//* "HHj tr

current news of the ay and articles in support of KNOW YE, that it is hereby ordered, that and C.ui'lme U. Hepburn, the most liberal terms-all of which he warrants interests and population of our State and City re- months, or 81 u-> if paid Ihtriaffer. a*

the Wins Lolt, Executor on the Estate ot Mary heirs at law of Burton Hep pure and unadulterated. ejuire, a diversity of labor mint be rxpnidttl Ni> subscription taken for 4 less

The w .Jit Policy.of local paper has been severely j Thomas, late of said county, deceased, is hereby burn, deceased ; Daniel K. H. F. ARELL, upon if ; such we are eletermu.id to furnish.We .- tnimihs-itud 2 will mvarully be term f" !

felt in Jckson, Wa-Von and Washington couii'tie |' authorised to sell the following Real Estate of Dodge; the heirs of John Wholesale and Retail Dru-iuUt, shall strive to make its columns pleasing t tall > th tt p.riotl. Ntm ( ijmr %vuIl f.m r

and has ]led {* the proposed establishment of.1is the said deceased :- Peal tody, dec'd, whose trustee -I lo Water street. readers, and while our hniiihie s-upport shall all arrearages. are paid, unless j| the tfwBproprietor. ?

Journal. N E \ of section 22, the S E J of section 22, is Daniel McDouguld ; Eill! for Dcwer. Apalachicola, Nov. 21 1SI<>. be given to the great principles u,>ort whu lithe ADVJ.H tof

The undersigned hope to obtain sufficient patronage (Ihe S W i of section 11. (lieS E } of section 20, John \V. Campbell ; I Hudson Democratic party has planted itself, bdu-vng toss : nr.MK.vrs.. One square (fWft *

to erable them to commence its jiublica- t the N E:: J ot section 11 I, a'l'1 of Township 1, Range? A. Thornton ; Nathaniel W.Thornton DiiigS.3uid iehiciues. I these principles to be essential to the p.Tp* tuify or taI for)the wii; be inserted at t he rat! of $*

I lion by the 1st September b, North and West ; and the S E J of section 25 ; I limes I I Holt ; Sea THE l subsciiber has, aid:, will (I.1 e>ur national freedom I and I the advancement tI tour r first, and Fifty Cents ft everVtr11*

in Township 2, of Ringe S, North and West. born Jones, John I H. 1 Howard .. have rid national vvellale n. (
TERMS-Three dollars per annum, in a1 vance.I constantly: i n i I a ,a complete we shall studiously avoid '1'othoso1!, who
I $3 50 if paid within six months; or $1 00 at the The above Lands to( be sold (for the benefit of and Edward Cary, tnMff-s- of as* runt ut (.t DRUGS( antE MEDICINES :di rude collisions with views arid opiiiior.s[ ant.igomlic discount advertise by thuileanam
will (be
end of the year. the legatees, and creditors, of said deceased. James I'. Calhoun &: Chailes, L:1-: which he will warrant pure tO our own. To render our paper the 1 sfiicflv made ; butalladvl empn

BENJ. G. LIDDON &, CO. Given under my hand and private seal, there L. l Bass, composing the late t and <;l 1 the [best quality. Country firm hut dispassionate exponent; of democratic-i I all pertaining to their own bfinesj "**

Julyai. 1847. being no seal of o'llice, this Cth d iy of September, firm of Calhoun & B.ISS ; Merchants and Planteis will find it principle; I the- calm! u-t iirIli; ItchIng advec.ite e.f as legal advertisements sent i&v t'U!

A. I)., Ib47. WilliaHi Howland ; William to their advantage to call, examine and price his Southern institutions, I the vehicle eit amusing and be charged at the Usual rates. >Wtt|

I TO THE PL'RLIC. THOS. L. TYRES, [L. S.] Sloan ; DuneMn McDou- Goods, before pin chasing cIse i.rc.N. ins-fruclive I thought upon ail proper subjects, r-: All legal advertisements iM be p aid
in advance. 1r
THE HOME JOUICXAL. Judge of Probate for Calhoun County. gild ; Mordicai Mve-rs, assignee B.) Physician's prescriptions put up with whether of scietice, literature, rr m.ontr.i1 m.'ortnatioti -

EDITED BY MUllKISJc WILLIS. The above Lands will he sd( ) at the house of of George \V. Resa -, care andaccuiacv at any hour of thcdav rr night.J. ,-in a word, to make it a welcome visitor inir{#candidates- Five Dollars for wilt be chaitd for "Boaae.
office.
James Nails, on Momhy t the fifteenth ("ay of November bankrupt; ; Daniel .McDou- C. ALLEN, at oi.ce to the merchant; and I the mechanic, the j
rt'BLleHKD EVEEV SATL'HDAV, IN TIIU! CITY OF mr- All advertisements *
NEW-YORK, next. Terms of silo-, ou -Ihiird cash, the mmld l ; Joseph & LiwrenceO'H. March 21 Cor. Centre and Commerce sfs.FOR student and the farmer, shall be our constant enhe_ frorai distance on

Jit Two Dollars balance in erne and two veirs. JVrs-v.is wishing Branch ; Willi.un If.I'rockenhrough I I. deavor ; and if, in addition lo this-, wt v,5MIl; accompanied with the caah.T city rpf* .
annum.Ix to insertion.
ptr to buy Li-ids in l'I'rid.i, will I I do well 1 to embrace and t the Rank be enabled by extending nurrirculjtion I through insure flcej ]

November last, we commenced the publication this opportunity, .is the .-l.iov Lands comprise of Pensacola, rs.1; 5Y': ;4f.yJ; : the interior, to strengthen the tics which bud, --

of this family newspaper on a new and novel some of :is gmid, if n't f I t1.! t>est, in the State, and 1)j n'/ants. I : -' -', our beloved S.ate and! City together, and to WII.I. Hi: ILBLIsiiED AT WWI.ITO.T D.

.. plan. No similar woilc, intended to contain Jiie most' ; suitably adapted; I lo the cultivation of Sea IT appearing fo the s..tisi"icfioii'of the Judje (>f 4. S .. ..... secure (that nttnti of sj.i'ipathy; and feel 0ii t/e .sn:1fa imf berb C I
this Court bv ne.rt.
Nland Cotton, and Spanish or Se-jc-i Tobacco.LI I lie atlidavit of I the Complain ing soe-s.spntial to I the both
; ot
PICK of I he news, elegmcies! opinions! and literature prosperity we shall Nl'AlLKROK ('E
ant's Solicitor, I that fie! Defendants ,
hereinafji
KK LOTT find I labors
of our time, to CULL from the wilderness! of our amply r> paid.To l !.
named do not reside will in t the Western Ciicinfof THE
Executor e.f Thomas d.-c'tl. enable
Mary us to continue, -
the hour'sever flowering.nice ami I tn our prc-'e'it connection
the z.'d I tliin/s j-jsi- |h-t > ''i !b(, t\ ill'rinZ HKSCUK! ll-nt- Calhoun County, Sept. G, IS 17. 37-2tn the State of Florida( but within Ihe (United i: however, and I lodoi.ll u that t we wo'iM xvuhtotlo UNITED STATES EFCRTE
States of Atr.enca that ;*, I thai I th D.-fend! pits
- -- ; in t the df "
of! noviliu-s I dr.li !..id wav improving Tiie G.-orcian
bveu
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age iiicviotJaly ateu IN CHAXCEKY. Joseph L. I Hetib! i irn resides in I th.1 Stated; TI-\ -s; we must look (lor an iiscreis--d in-tn the A Daily Journal eif Govtrnrr.ef, Leiatmye! .

Lt i)p' ( LU1I.Fb.at Fi'ziiI Circuit Court. the said Ge-'igu O. 1 Hejnnrn: ( in he State of \l u' : the cure <,f Disppp.Mn mr Indigestion, TIll- jiublic such siiheit and, suppi-rt General New -
we have lah.Jicd! in ; we now : confident expect.
successfully our voca'ti t'ie' aid Annie !.<; and PI rvons: I : "
Thomas soon : K. Hepburn I :i>.d C.r' 'line llcid.icheCo'.slipation; .
Oirnaii } WM II.
Io-i aii.l praluced a pjper remarkable for its interest I 11.! Hepbii"i, and the s nd Willi.it) Hi.wland, 1 Diarraluca, Guit, lllucflir.at i-ni, ('ravel, Flatulency HULLOCH. THE fcubscnber is now enable to announces

value and populauty, aid: one adapted lo William JJ.vs.Finch.IT >> each in I lite State of New York ; I the htirs '.l &c. For sale wl hu 1-s Ii> -.md n f. I il I, i bv HENRY R. JACKSON. Cc rople lion ot his irrarigenentslurt etfjb' lment l-*
the wants' of ALL CLASSES OK SOCIETY, we have Dec 1-J J. C. ALLEN ff a well-organized and
John Peabody} dereisvel and Daniel M -I)1IIZ1lI; Dmugi-.t. irtv'Jtndent
IK nude TFPM: Jag
-ing to affidavit
?sulficient evide-'Ce in apj ear by that the
extensive
our and rapidly Ml l '>f Nriu-s at the Seat cf
their : t lie said 1 llmt 1 I Unit I aid 'eahoin the Gsicral
u I
tnisteej Gu
increasing circulation, in the u iiver' .il coininendationof defendant resides beyond the limits of t the THE DAILY: GEMR'JlN: : 1 i is published ia 1 Eier.t.Th. er>
.Jones John 1J.I 1 Howaidand, Edward Tarraut's Ixlrict of
<\\rtr of Florid to \\it in the State C.irj trus- Savannah at TEN DULLRS
the public and abnte all the i, of New J Pit AxxrM.pavible -
press in ? leading features of the
| lees of Calhoun & R.ISili.rdicai Cutts Ur.ild
York! : It is ordered I that service ot said bill be Mers, a- :iih invia.tinnvalled. semni.ammmii.hly., in advai.ce &Jte1t.
SIX
flattering encouragement and coniiil l : [ ; or, DOL
.ippiuhation noiter will be ihf- follow ......
1 si rn"e of (JeorgeV.. Ross, a hankr'ipt, and Dan :. :, for its LARS Six tpr:
ierlected j < siid defendant >on MONTHS-
of our numerous LADY READERS i, "i by publication of .
section of the ctIrir. in every I tins order for four; months in some newspaper McDouirald, each resid<> in the State nf Georgia A( fIi'-y ; it performs a cure THE T11l-V: .lKI.v: GEORGIAN, for the I I. Ear.'tLtirllizfnce of the mvmni.f w

The printed in I tic! City of Apalachicola, ; ; the said John W. Campbell, Hudson A. ,ck7 .-.*\ I i d.v ,-no conHi.-: C'onnlfi/ published! to rae-et the : variouf Jjtpartmfni* of th? ( uetuf,
scope, design and character (if the IloI; reipjiiin:; 1> arrangement (terence to Domestic
aflairai'tl
Thornton
him to and sjid bill otherwise Nathaniel M. Tlnirnlon and! Duncan -ntcric-trictiumu} IM (I'C'' of t I tin- mails, I three I tm.e-s b the For.
JOURNAL difler fro'n tbse >,' ai j newspaihrheretofore ; apar; answvr it : a week, (Tuesd.: \ J rUiiliciT; of the
McDoiuald, each resid.-iithc I S''ate of Alabama I : cour.trv, vill b
ihl be tuk ilr ; uii hinvaluable Tmisd.iv! and' .turdav! aven uttin
established. Tin1 contents! fitted < !H'it c.>: >--i) ; ,) at the Oltic. ef thD ,- ,
are At Chambers -<.' I the siid Joseph; IJr.mch and Lawres.ce OiL I1.// t'OlmI ; bt'ingpre- ULY'GEORGi I ; ;I ? ul -fi-Mity. P.Wes.n.g ,.
''t.-J.i. I 17.GEUllE ( : dcontains
to engage I the atlenli'm I <#f 1 t the man of business a M th n.tel- I .
j. r < bt..miu i. !rr.iti'i'- '- tin
Branch and William I I I II.I : ] I -
: Urnckenbrwuh, each
; :; s. HAWKINS reside ;: ;; 1iiied: with (lie jjreatesf Iige'ice! Curmiurciat, Political rtrm arct.i.
and be a source of elegant! instruction, and entertainment ai.d Miscillinwis j !ho ti l imihi.
I in I the iMiddlc Circuit of Florid Ithtlnrc- ; srt'i tit t-> cr on
to the domestic fireside and family circle A True Copy. Judge, &c. : t_ :';& tPj came, iiptri %ve!]I including; ; new Advertisements published I js u1uitt !C (
oidtrrd I :r Iy, intelligence e.S the
fore I that I thesii'l' Defendants heivmbefore tcst-d \h *\
and it combines the striking. and novel attractions W. VALLHAU, Clerk. ; -.j J:;: principles, founded in tt-e Dailv Paper. c
Ocl.ibcrii. 1 named and every ol I them, d ) appear a-id O-// upon that iiip.rfant( law THIS I PAPER r.u rt.r.
is
of the new with tlu- more 17. I ll-lm s >nt to all parts r.f the Sf-.fe
abiding
paper interests answer the said bill I 1 of complaint i otherwise tie! / rirst e'fabhi-iieti the eely \ j II. Tif 1'tib-itiin RtfOft if t.e
and
$ by Union '
of the higher class of periodical It i is Ca2iotn Circuit Court. iVj- or delivered in the citv. at Ft 'IF. mid Dfbatm uj'the
Unitnt .
same shall I betaken I 1ei/e5so them & tntfx .
pro :iiciin-t I *& ehratod Dr. F'ordce uotint-r
in the folio form viz :: DOLLXRS per annum: or at THREE ;
printed DOL.
clear on large and superior Israel Moses, ) Petition for Foreclosure of and each of I them I in default : Provided, I this iruI.r Jit] ii '""'"' t!!>it .1, combination! ; ; of similar LARS fi-r sic [Months' ; i i !! -r-vrittor( is bound to tlrtid: ; i h _...,: ,.,
paper, on a new type, obtained expressly \s. > Moitja; on Negro Male he pn'dished' i', any printed this rei.-iKins would {ib .dviri accordance with the t.rir.snr.f
for the ;a nev.'spapf-r; HI i rduct- a inure certain( Tf IE WEEKLY GEORGIAN'
and is whole H nl lisbed .
purpose ; in its arrangement Ebene/.i-r Hoyt. ) Slave Daniel.CNEZFJl Circuit once a week fir; four months from the spei-dv and; co'sii!. r I !t- if: it t, I than; ariV eijtnvalerit Frid afternoon i> : tr at n.de st the close t fthe last
and details
favorable every 't'llRIII
a most sptimen of the best y at DOLLARS .
HOYT William G. M. Davis date hereof. Dated April I II I 1 1M7. dosp nf :i'iv .S"L! i.sie.! in t C !;.. eThe arrangements rawtCe
typographical skill of the In addition ] ir.iny ca-i > > :er fi-iti'.rn: -all I p.v.ablt in aek alice.
to these, and as one of its most country.valmble peculiar- 1 and all persons interested in the E jnity ot GEORGE; r: S. i II I:VWK1NS, (dis-.': 'e is e: t I riP\ ; re.vei.ted Lv its t tin.eiv ._ )iiiic.itioM. 1-1, IS 17. (flr'titit ..fully SecUre to the Senate ot tItj4as.
of certain .. male Judge fo the Western Circuit of Floiid.i. : Fi.r t 1n, authentic and rnrri:| vIXb.if
ties Redemption a ne ro slave Dame!, >aL5.jItiJ
it is in reference the
to diversity ol talent
RANDALL & II NEW ORLEANS i TYPE .'* ; a'id! to I Ihe penplf-in a uf
it the moiljJJijedby Ebenezer Ilo\t_ t to JhmiiV.. JJ.ibcock \n.\Kn: l J. C. ALLEN! Din.i.t.rv.v FOUNDRY iT
employed United States.upon cheapest paper in (the on the 7th day of February, Is lu, to secure to the Ciini u |i|'!I ni nt's "s'llicifors. 2: iltnNO I AM> I| decree-the be..t5t: of the -xrtiieree.ul .

slid iiabcock, or his ;mIzun.i I HK principal .mirmi g.si.1.: l'ri tcrsi\Fixr5ii->5sii! Warehouse. j'1'v s'jifesinariship! r.t that hi'ct tv i
Jit all the back Numbers of Hie tcnr/t are entirely In 3)i itrift: COM-! of 'UI2ilemt
exhausted hnses of .-?;>21 .1-I 1 1, with interc'-t Iroin date at s per cent *. 17 I'tin a Itmt Jio ic. i! have ever lucked v\ith soicte.us ..nd rep
tee tlay Saturday, Slates, Tor c <- ) Di- nHrlE i: "
:
u-idei ,:_ ried leive -.n: ;.u.
the per annum, will take notice I that the said moitgaije ,. .. ; fitg : to anne>unce to | -
increased
2lst Jlu the edition
cf vjitt of the -' q. : -- .
HOME JOUitN u.fvi' theefpretsaccommodationofsEvr has been asimed lor valuable con-ideratioi: t' 4t oh 'Hida.IN :. : : $ J. P'iiishers, and Printi, -r-, that t they huveftal | IIITif Ptorfet'ins* andIJ'ttnetff Eeate., tiS

to plaintiff-ai.d the I time i limited fnrthepavmei't t \DMIRALTY. > ", a complete; at>d efeHsiveTYPCFOTN- I Rj.tr.eaait.. will a- It' neflehii.s

SUBSCRIBERS that all, and trio we (htrrfuic utptcl- of said sum of S'j-1 .1 J 1 1. and the inteietl thereon, j Daniel N. M'-L.-an, ;and )) !DRV 1.1 this citv. 'Ihe Book Letter t of lhisftliFoii'djv ; |i : iU,4m-tl.thl aid : ulIrtest prrtj.1t1e. .
intind
fully paper will requf\t commence thurtubbciijttiiins td!with iitif the the having expired, pl.iintill. lia* tiled his petition fur others, owners ol I the I Ifctejm .. ... ,y_ ccfl -*i '.::j1. was cut to order by workmen of lomi:", j'l i E.ich :Lj*> record v. !l be compiiiiiie
5' :
pnxcntnwnbtr.Term foreclosure I in the Circuit I Court of Cal lou:, county I- boat Aasusta, j jvs. I ; ( e\i!>- r:< ?t.ce, and; as no expense; Ilas spared toi n:- u;>, and appear in tlejRe[ ettermdtmrrming.

Two Dollar three and will apply li* toreclo-iip' of the sm at J. Libel for Collision. / -, -j :>, l* *' "jfrrj 1: j" .M.! 1:1: the handsimf-st faces and to p.-rk-ct it i iafvirv .
*- a year, or copies The Stci'm Boat Eufaula: \ \ v ; ,, I IV. .7 S'iafi.o1 I'mr of th. '
for five in the December term of aid Court next ei! ''ini dollars invanbly advance. her laci.le, apparel and P sy f.' r1.>f& : ;..sind i.tmid-rnt : f.ieat& of nil ihr !-toI'rKl.mriV
.. /Hiu-st '
J. MOSES, Art'y lor Pi'iK K-;*!' '"" '. vi' *r ; as li nut the h;>::'! ifi the !
The HOME Jorux.vi. is sent by tni1 to all -, -4 ; j t
September 23 lb 17. fnrnilurp.: 1 1 # i t -- .T'. L'nited; :t St.tte. U'e. have ;.!>.. a Vt-rv i.tdsn.e: : | : ivent. M Of t i P4t
i7uinWAIFOX
of the United States the I5riti h! Provinces t. '. .
parts FlUE is hereby ive-n to all whom it may t.tb : as-urlmc'it' of I'l.'wers out .1. It !. 'ti; -r t-l t'':" la-: ; t rIs-c: or' rtaderuvf cmtl ii :,. tumo.rrtir

and to Europe, done up I in strong wrappers, I ClSfiCUST COUUT. I :icern, that by viiJiit.-i t ; of an attachment( ; h-i t stvle, to wl.K-h we ivotilJ c.il: rt.e atfi sd.f. .!Iv imitnrri d of I) u'mi-ta: Leusi.a:

with the uttnos* ::1 i.-tuility and despatch.! In Ciiaiiccry. warrant of arrest, issued in t the above can-e( I ,* '- t'c \-k: \ r'I t.f Printers before !Mirchjsing e--wh<.fe. At 1 :' n ; U seeiomuof t I.e (Tnir. elj -m.n-,.
i
Subscriptions orders, remit faces: an-1 all communications Cornelius Graattiam: ) have si-i/edand t taken! 1 the above mentioned I Steal.i Ttie lell"! : !' to wlicliwi! v ill'i e.iti t |t.! i: .. mm- uitiei.'s rnintificSii'fJ bv ):> s! uil 1 .-... '.' :i i. .,-- j V- Karl if Littl'iirroj i'F! ripcrZnmti..

Editors must be addressed(;Eo.(post P. MORRIS paid) to the vs. > Petition for Divorce. Boat Eufa-.ila, her tackle, apnnrel 1 nut! furnituie i I ( I'm, of (t'-fpniilic. i ls one which |I. :spmvssjnl .ui. : 'iial e-qn >1, it not siiL'ri"r.; to ;ty maF.nfitT ,., i t :j'';' .jt.I in .''f Lf;::.lu'-tft ofi

F'.tthia Grantham. ) to ansWfrto the I libel filed therein, lor darn.i e-- tor a i-'J'i'; time ; and;; it is -: \ .-:-., ;icnvviid at the North ; and -tw{ -'nail; sJi Yye; Al .'u. .v j i i'ntrirr rail be con.jr.untc.ittit t..ier tt:(

N. P. WILLIS, to tie! satisfaction of the Court for a collision, in a cause civil and maritime.District I .-.--. (d 'i v .ill wio have ti; d ;l |ii i.n- FARJPERlUR 1 York prices, we trust ta me a with e.o unviiierit. ':or.I fuine, thrL".h rnertt rin Lifux
Aus ist 21 IS 17. 107 Fult.m-trePt. IT appearing l'I.t tt.. .,i.I. ',... ,, ,, .. : : I to u'i.er u&dieimt' -
hv allid.ivit made in I this ca>e. that I th.- defendant tur1 ( r.tuir.pI.i. I.i.! t I. at.v ; i-vi r eini>i. veil I t| i'aris, who) pc-jeas peculur !ui :iitii?> turti)&

- THE NEWYORKSCIENTIFIC l Fath.i (Grauthai:), resides beind t the (.'<,iiit utthuc United States: for the Northern Pi disease-lor which it H lecdrni.-iendi I It I I:'.' U'e are now prepared to m3 nf.ictnr& BRASS! I u:nr Hih>rrriati"n.Vf. .

AJICKICAX. jtirisdiction' of the State of Honda : It i it oideieii D.s'nct of Florida, at t the Clerk's utice!! .i.t o-.lv ml h-irovs V.'ORMAND' ( ) : IN', IGOKATL'S; RL'LEand TYPFIof.ifiV maijisitside, wit ipnr1tmt; The Kmat .>>zrf th* Day wliiven

that tinsiid Fathd t tJranthdtn do atid ..J'isw. siidCo'ist I. in fie' city .if A'l: ; i-'hu-nl) .i, on th.- THE i i I WHOLE; SYSTEM:: hut it t (lights i a'> d i MSS-. \Vu wonid also j artirnlarlv call tlie aJtention I ia a ccr.dciisetj turrn, wrth ind'Krv: <:**
appear
Third Year. ra'd!! ;petition within!I t three montl.- alter! bird M 'r.div(17th( I day) of Ltv, ir-tt.t, at I I'i Tirri'-s (oflt t .- -un| ri.in! : !.-iit, sime h ; or mucus S' ; ot t Printers-> our LI".*. }; :, r.aviian entire leTifion.
> I.A. M.: .it winch time and i'KKVAL'.Vr; : : !tN TilT. STOMACH) ; AM; : 'f Sii'-h is brief view rf what the "UtiSiarr.i..i
the t ;pubiicjtioiMit lliH .id*-r, or the said petition pLce.t he.jid causeis l i.ew si-t t1 xmo1.h4: i.v -.\ .' .-.. w- ..-.- ef.,::>id a
This popular Scientific arid ikchanical Journal will! I b'* taken for confessed ; aid it is tuither I orlered to be hcaid.Die. ''ij'ATLCHiLliiEN j I I : [more especially to turt.ish a ;nTKH-t .urre.; U'- ,.r.- alAif r- L Lm s flnntPr! 1t desI.I' d tu 1'C Altleid

(which his alieady attained tV Lr e-t circulation
of any weekly pap.r <'f ti.e kind in (ti.e I I piperi-i I Wc-t.-i.i Circuit of 1 tl.is State fur the in i the ear Is 17. R015ER I I' MVEs!{ "i -t ri I w'l.-!! \V. n.i> ni'd'ie.their! ; yonnir, Smith Pies-fs, wfii.-h' tt't4; th.-r iviit Ii Crri-is. I i j 'l-! ( hnji' :s cor.SJently ehun i-hid i, t'aft tle-! ;'

vorld will space of t thri; !moutl.s. C. \Idrshal.. an l41! l
,) commence its THIRD VOLUME GEJ.:: S. HAWKINS, JuJ.e W. 1)) hv II. R. TAILHK, D.I M. n-msih; u in the !body. If I t is harmless in is e-tu-cts every oth-r i.rtii'le re
on Saturday, Sept. 'J-'ith, May 2v IS 17. itttiIiii1iu ori the and I the health of the It wiI hare
Uchec Anna, Aug. 21 1 I S 17. system, }patient; ial.vavsjt..prav. i- neswill b.' kept ou hand, anJ inrnishcd ut j | no pmrt esflcpLi"
Each number of The Scientific American con ; .-d by it- Use, even when no sor1:.S m aariiacttmmem' I.nices. j I ;. 'fh. riruYprmetcr, by tl i-" S otwitn

tains from FIVE to SEVEN ORIGINAL MECHANICAL A NEW DULLAIL PAPER.2COUG2I bTATE; (OF C teii1 FLO IDA.Couit, an* discoveu'd. Liht-rs; ad l Printrs; wishing to eat-mhtEh! ? fl the Scn.ttt .1 the Umd S' .

AXD Cinrlesltartiarnd Abel U The Canadian Vermifuge is only 2-"i cents a N 0'.Vsi''r; rr Jul Printing Oifice will be furi bir.i: ? to the cnnditiiin that the j.'rrmu

ENGRAVINGS : a catalogue of KG ADV. ( eureV., bAdmmn ittte ar.d is much more easily administered, than shed with an "-timaK"I in d.-tail for the same, L ath vu. pol&tic.mI tlm ii 'i.xc 'I the dt

AMERICAN PATENTS, as issued from the CJMK AND TAKi: All:."' Hani ird-, and Charles other.Prcpared t by statint; tfuse, nf the }p tper, eir the p.uticularstvle I If will bea vel.icle i-i N .w?_ t r thettptati

Patent Office each week ; notices of the progress Rein the wry be-t and cheapest newspaper] at Lirkin only by JOHN WINER! &. Co., S3 and tIll nttv; r.f .* <>rk to k-executed. \ >,.{ cf o;,inii>r.s. Tie err d ana cl tit1scriifi -
.MerchntAttachment.: t .
(Jr all new MECHANICAL and SCIENTIFIC the t Imvt-t t prire, i nani'ly, tradmuMinderthe: (inn, Maiden Lune, New Y"ik.II.. ::3* The pr.>nre-tor-: t newspapers who will ito establish, jt tf1'* N-jt ot Gitensj -
O.'t E I)0 JL.. J-Sums.vorn to-.f.'il'J t 'Jf) F'. ARELL sent ;n ubl.hi! : this adveitisen.ei t :t iitht'il and ; rter cI al) saJ'
inventions ; instructions in the various ARTSand JR.1 V1.iR,Jaa/z6/ in U1h(1i('e.Timi f>If I5.irn.ird, Adams I Damages :UOO. six nntis! anti! 5o. .1.1a j irnrmiii rep.
Jan 'J for Apalachicoia.WI rr to i-au- ulle-e wetklv : t ehli.ience-a reijuim5le ieiit, on
Co." I p. will be :!id tut thiiccrti.memneuub
is -ned i & p d
paper every Saturday, at I 115 I *
TRDEs with ENGRViNGS
; cunou* .. .; purchasing: .six (hues heaciar ; 1itii.mni: the llsIw-S! foal, the loan
sheet, on a handsome sheet with V.;. it!
PHILOSOPHICAL and CHF.MICAL! expcnments .tltT e-1--iMved title an elev John Dill) J r3 t ( ( i4'mveIy. ot advertising bill in Tvpe. 1 fhe niechnt'ic; .:"d evvrv c-ie istrrr.ttd,
leprescitting GeneralTa- \ KiV!* J* 2: U afi A B, S V 22 tit'OF GREEN; .t tiatrt: Ct-nuress ar-d the Givtnn er.t.c?"
; I the latest RAIL ROAD I I INTELLIGENCE b lor on Iior-eback at the I i: Defendant. and all others( interested will I v'c CO.,
THE JORiiltll| : ) hLl.i-.V.vIl'A.N' Mw -2-2?, 1 Is 17. I'-r.m 17 'an.'l st. Row. at all tinn-s.. vx.rh iin:>lict: c..m titii-nce
IN EUROPE AND AMERICA ; all BATTLE OF BUENA VISTA. ; notice of l the institution of ti.e- above Unrivalled for i ill-1 er'.t i'i li-, ( uLd., Asjhina, It ivlu-v. .! 1.ut! f e est..lilisr.n.entrf**

the different MECHANIGAL MOVEMENTS it is aL..t illustrated generally witn handsome suit by attachment I rf I turnaMe* I to the December S: ,'lttin.; of IMniid, U'hi'iiiiii;,' I 'ntu'li, I Iiltiitulty Dry floods.nnHEs rrttrtbt? Jtnnrnof of Inlt'l'zrnct, tin!
Term J I 17, of Franklin, Cucuit Court and will of Breathing, Pl-nu i '
y um-umIj'tIofl,
published in a series, and ILLUSTRATED with engravings ke. representing the bJitlle scenes of the appearand plead thereto, according to law.CARRAWAY : iiii'lall; I >|se..s '., II J 1t,. Jj-ui .;-,. :I'ncribers o.'u-r for sal? a large and se;i- I[he-e it \\ it hilt, the reach u't the aihe

more than A HUNDRED ENGRAVINGS, kc. war, SMITH Bronchitis i a disease that IS sweeping thoU-I Js.> uiile tocc! of Dry Goods, consisting 1:1rait t peo;>l ", ::t the ci'tT'iriericement, ct -SP,,
It ,
advocates
the claims and ( the tf tnistst.i lit ai.deventliiljm
supports nomination 1 : a roost ititerestif
sinds
to limit
a premature icr.ive -r t lie name of I
PI.uiritiii'sttorney..
&c.It rt Consumption) can be cured b\ this medicine. Nero Kersecs arid r.irm5eys, the I.Ntrry of Ccngrcss'ioi; ceedr5: *|
Apalachicola, April 1.! |s,17. apnll I l-Im n.jng "*
is in fact a paper that MERITS Iht patronage GENERAL ZACJIAR! TAYLOR AS 'IV nile and Rt-tl Fla-cielj) be regarded with favor ball e-b-sesor'1'

of all MECHANICS and MANUFACTURERS ( 1'iLS1lJENT. FratikEiii Circuit Court.IN For several } e.irs past, this! medicine has been Plain: aul: i'a'itn Je.ns, m inmiity ; an j, having I thus si-ted hs;

throughout the UNITED] STATES: It goes for old fungI and Ready,"' pirfv or D. K. Dodge, ) I in Use ia Caind.t, where i it t has; become universally i De.ublef.villed'rwtvd-1, subscriber! respecltully solicit a i ieral lbtral,

and should be in the hands of EVKRY no party, as by far the very best man in time v*, > CHANCKHY. ( known, and is considered t the best medicinein Super fanry: (.'.immit-m-es': support from the enlightened pUhIl
ONE United States lo be President. James C. Watson, a ) i int.- for all pulmon.irdiseases.! ; The great L t ; [French Cloths,
that feels an interest i in the advancement of It presents all lh: eiitails and incidents cf the D. K. Dodge, success which has attended its HMin that commit Whifnev iiln.kets I ],i, I u 1 and li M JAMES A IiMSTO., ,

.Mechanical or Scientific improvements in this sar, as they are received m New York. vs. j\ Hill! for Partition. t tiy, ai.d the manv truly wondi-rlul cures \vhnh Dullll Ulankets.s, '.) and LU qrs. Stencsranher t to the Sen ife ol thel--.

Country.It I It t is pi-i-iiii' I over with a-ie--d-ites-: stories, e\ 1 D. McDoiigald, d. a!. ) tI I have been eill-ct,-d In it, has induced the( proprietors Derm;: s, Kivmlis:: and Cottonades! tb-. The United St.t-s Ri-x-rter" J

i is in FORM Citing adventures, fc.c. (It ;IM| > I tells l all l I t lie lIeVs EoIt(; I-: W. ROSS h.iving filed a petition on iI t to I iMrodu j it into t the United States, coilideiit ; Ilrown S'liiti.igand Sheeting, printed on a larue- and banuh.imno staer.afl1

published QUARTO conveniently of I the week, both' toK-ign and d iinestic. IT IS I VTlhe-JvM I April I, I Islij I i praving I to have a certain of its being the most safe and Valuable lemedy Cottiii Osiiabnrgs, evrry morning, except butidavs, at tie'iG

adapted to BINDING, and furnished to. A GRET J P.\P'R i ': ,111, all respects, both for city t I u amount of money now I in Court, belonging! to ever discovered, and adapted to all 1 1 diseases Cotton Drilling and Tic'cing, $ je-r annum.

Country Subsctibers at the LOW PRICE ot and country mim-.a) !) defendants, apprupiuted to 1 the pajmcnt nt t his of l (he !Mini's, when.'nyof; I the functions: do not Linen and Cotton, Check. __ j

TWO DOLLARS A YEAR-ONE DOLLAR 1 It I I H \iect.-.l to htve: (Ito lar f-sf eirenI.t loll of fees us I lie (Counsellor and Solicitor of sud de- |perform I their natural i.r hasty action, exerting i a In-li Linen, Shirting and Sheeting, In connection with the dailv papertl !

IN ADVANCE and the remainder in Six any paur; in I the Unnn Every man fiiei.dly toIhe fondants; and I the matter having been referred to must grateful anti soothing! H.(Iluence over (Ihei RIcached, Cotton Shirting and ShectiniT, be i-surd from the -ame psfablishroeot, i

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Months. Address, it. j It t will I I be sold by I thousands all I over I the njion I the sa'n, alter having given 00 ti }s ; when excessive, allaying: irritation, Extra ui.er, ;pi 1iiri aid twilled Gmnrhamnz This will containReports eehiiiinb;

MUNN & CO., Publishers. ( ()mmItrv.! Every Postmaster who expects to be l notice by )publication: in I the iiii iers. It is I there-i soreness and pain, and speedilv iinpartingrenevv- Super CasSuere d'Eccs-se, publication jkbate

1'2>5 Fult'-n-strett' New-York. rcappoinle'd, will act as agent and procure bubI fore oidered that said George; W. Ross, (the cU'Ceu- j ed vi ur a-id el isiicitv I to I the t little flame.Piiiuie.l Extra: s'i'i.M'lsh, | :i d(,. Lame, Centres; e itS t of the the Pn Unitt-ti>cetding States.* and It vvtl
dints Watson
I subscribers.! McDoiunld, tl. al., and all I u others : uid ol.I|, wh-iles-ale! ; and retail, by Enijlisli, Scotchtd; American d" frrn>,
POST PAID. i semi-weekly, in an elegant to
The fact is, TIlE Routn ANt RRADY will interested, lo appear, ; before tie in the I city of i JO o I IV iVIXER I : it io: v:; Maiden i Lane, New Super I It.ilia-i hla.-k atid ti'ured Silks! nut I he of Comtgrt's; tjwai and will bit

:B. iilisoi it Co., 2 1 Water street.Slll b> t the, recogni/.ed organ of I lie friends ol General Apdlachicola on I the seventh ((7th) id f \j.nl I n.-\t, '\ nk, sole propic-te( for I the Uni'cd States.II Klack ilk Cravats aid: fancy I llkf I >. ) subscribers ses.tu'i)at the rate of, lao dul1W '

;! > ii: |\NDLERY.. Taylor, who are in favor of his baing nominated I then claims and i theie to present or defend I their ixpeclivc I.'. BELL, Agent Super E'dish:' and Pongee Silk 1 Hkls! long session aiiel one dollar for (ibe I short.
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"V \NILL \ ;.indHcinp I Cordage of all sj-/es, and Jan .0 for; Apahchie-ola. EmiIi.}, and American Cotton Hkls, It is believed that this great national WiXk1)te

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yarn, < >.ikun.S: ( prin Oil, Fall do, \.Ii.tl'1 do, < Vive Let every well-wisher of the country srvn Special M i.tcr in Cliancery. J3SL2L <>1 Liverxvort. Ladies' Cotton I Hose and Gents; Hf-hose, public institution, politician, and P .

do. Linseed do, Raw do, 15> i-d! d >. Siinis Turttnun" ins PQI.LAK worthwith) toWILKINSON Apalachicola, March 0;, p, n. s-t REMEDY; most peilect H <:m\\ now to be, Super 1.I.rseille. and Worsted Vest ings, nun, throughout the and !that d
Pdints, Window < :1 iiss, I' my, '.Vlnte & Co. Publishers {JC:?" The heaiing of t ho above matter is postponed A discovered I I in settled t ('onstulm tien, Liver Cot t ton and Fln\ Thread, country the
regarded the ot
Led'l, Rd (In. Yellow Ochn*, f"ir-. IK- I IItn.rdId iir--n, until Fnday, the Hilh, \\\<\. | Plain and by gre'at mass
li'd
110 Nassau-street; New-York. Complaint) or any of their I incipient I Sh Swiss and checked Muslins best bonk for their oc3'
svinptotiion ,
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do do very ,
Imjienal Chncn Y.-HH\V, Vr Ap.ildclucoia! April I I 10,1 I ', 17- 1 13-lt
Aigns, utn use, xciijiiiur uru''it v.inisti, t,np.il j Pi ice 3 cents, single; a large profit allowed to ( :;- The heaiing of I the above matter is h the Chrono-TI.e im.d; sv-ftin, bv the iNe ot; Jaconet anil' Cambric! Muslins, (ion and that of their children.
do agents ho buy' in 1 postponed I Doctor TAYLORS I ceh-lnateel ine'dicine the Needles, Pins, Tape.c.. Jcc
Tar, Rosin, Pitch, Tiirii-ntnn-, ( 'oil. Paint w epiaiitihes' j until the 30th 1 June ,
Bras *-! Varnish dn, Tardo l Scr.ib; '!1.,. ('Uiiii, do,; I For I tie purpose of facilitating the formation pal.ichicoh m-vt. Genuine hA 1.m.aI or) LIVKKVVOKT: ,winch he uJn t1- AVhich have been! s- levtewith! great care in IMPORTANT AXXPfXCEMEStj!
Lamp Black Chalk Waiting RU.V.M of Clulis in all April21 I 1SJ7. 1 5-2mn atm.1): IIOWERV.: This i :New York and I Huston, fre I
DJC-K. ling. pnifs of the (United States, (the ((7-: The hearing ifS the pare plan ui treatment, m Imporfe'rsand Agentsof Throughout the session <>f Congress, J
lish d<>. Cotton do. I Heavy I'HVCIIS do, Light do,, Rouuli atid Readv will be furnished, in numbers until the :'JDlh! (of I above ntaffcr is poslponed ) i now espoiHcd) by several eminent )physicians, i is, )( Manufacturers, at the I Inwe-st inaiket rates, am--ul] will be'issiietl from the office of the
White, Blue and Red flu ut i u;, Nails I Coji er do, November next.Apnlarliicoh and has been for ; are now oileredat wholes-tie
; I nr'i'tail
i to EtC addiess, post-paid and in advance, as lol a loiin tune i I the secret of t the I on favorable Sttos oor.tiinirg the repCbt
do Tack, Shiii S,)ikes, lloat do, HraJs, .Screvvv, h'mw ; July :'J, I 1SI7. unpaialleled success which has attended! Doctor terms by'M.. G. PORTER: & Co. ; Renmtfr, : C'_
j -ti D.at! jCcUllart
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Jack Screws, Anchors, Handspikes as may ptissess |
Oars, Blocks Shives Jib CapstdinBM Twelve enpiM'for SI Franklin Circuit Court. Taylor's medicine in performing I its I wond' iftil Dec.I;, I Is.Hi. 1 II I Wate-r street. interest.
Hanks Hand one year, ( cts. each) 10 00i 11All
Pumps;, Deck Hucket. Cedar do, Di-ck Urooins,, i Tvvpiilv-fivei ((1) cts. each) 2000: Barnard, Adams &, Co., )| !cures, which in many, very many cases, have Hops, -- --- subscriptions and communication%*

Corn do. Caulk 1112 Mallets, Sarvingdo, Axes, AxoHelves Fitly been almost incredible, but the conclusive pi oofs post-paid and addre' eel
copies (70 cts. each) 3-r 00One I TT'RESH Fall ,
for
In Crop sale bv
Hooks and Tliimtfs,15o\! John Dill and: } Chancery. l t the Doctor can bring forward ijoi'STO1United
Hooks, Hale do, hundred ((GO; ct. each) CO (00 Elizabeth are irresistible, and 1J 17 1 tIC A
Can do. Cotton do. Boat do, Fish do, ("aiilkms I Ann Dill. J we advise all who may have conyjis or simple] April H. F. AHELL. Prates Reporter, Washington,1, !

Irons, Making Irons, Marline Spikes, Ship Scraprrs. j Oil Cloths and Carpets. IT having been made to appear hv aflid.ivit (that colds even, fo lisp I this perfect specific without (UIXINE l t:, Camphor and Piperine, !iist July 31,1847. rnitpj :
Bun? Dippers, Cexik's Ladles, Tornipnt'irs, I the defendants John delay. Franklin, avi f a small leak will received All newspapers throughout tnr i"lcui
PCS Oil Cloth 1 and 2 yards wide Dill and Eli/abeth Ann | sink a and for sile bvril )
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bivideu < 3 Sail NeedIi Sail ;
Compiss Jo Twine, 18 3 Dill, reside out of the Stale of Florida, to vit big ship.i Thercf' re, cine yt>nr roughs before 17 who publish this Prospectus pnce ,
Seine do, S'wiuz 1i1ms, uiggin J4eatlwr, pcs super Ingrain Carpeting; H. F. ARELL. titus laie nil the meelin? f f Ccgt> '
PUrfl ) do. Shovels, I Iammers.l latchets. Chiisei 3 Cotton in the State Georgia. It ii ordered that publication your I lungs are p:>sf am Fcr salHiv titled to an exchanie with th- .flI"

Autir Planeii Handsaws, Gimblets, Handsaw 2 Stair be made for four months, in some news 1 C. ALLEN, Sole -' g.-ntfor. Peter's Vegetable Aiitibillioii mi Reporter." and will be- placed (>n the ii"| vto i

Files, Rat Tail do, Iron Squares, Cupboard Lock?, For sale by WM. G. PORTER &, CO. paper printed in the city of Apalachicola, requiring A' .he! icula. I'nils. whom the Extras will be dei>atcneu.

Stock do. Hooks and Staples, Hi nfM, Padlock-*, Dec 0 .11 Water street. them to appear and answer said bill, eNe it CAUTION-.-The "ennine Jt'tt'r. TvvjuonVII AFRESH Mipplv, just received and for < a1e1 by

Wood Siws, l'enrlant hlau1yard (laud Lines, ----- will be taken pro ranf'tuw. \I.S\M nr LIVKK'.VORT, has uli| M.c bottle a : 17 II. F AHELL. (Florida Mo1aS

Deep Sea do, Log do, F'ish do, hand Li.ads, 1).iS. \ \ (1LDPrCSel( Castor Oil and Saratoga Water, TIIOMHALT2ELL, Judge. splenilid stool plate miiraving, tim prevent LI.ti m tierces and barrelstra CO.W .

..; do, Shert do, flat do, Funnels, f4antIorn9,, V ) jUst received and for sale by July 21, IS 17. -2 \ nIVistarVs \ torfeifs signed bv Guidon J. Leeds, any (her is Bailey's Tonic Mixture. IX B.-
Chalk LIDPM, I'itehi l'ots, 1IO Books, Cargo do, April 10 1 H. 1'. vile andilan .
ABF.LL. erous inutatinn; :a>,d the public arc is a valuable compound fluid extract rf Feb 20
Belaying Pins, Tin Ware, Crockery Carpenter'sTools I IJa3sni: or WirilChorry. THIS
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cautioned not I to purclnsn or deal I I in I it t, us it is and Rubra, u vegetable fl.ml.3
OIL febrifuge ISTAR'S and Swayne's
Sampson Posts &c., -.tc.Apalacliicolm just receivedand for sale by
DOZEN
Jan. 23. 1SIs ?. SALAD 1 17 H. F. ABELL 1 10, justVeceivcd and II.for sale by protected by the U. S. Copy Right Laws. for the cure of Fever and Ague. Sold bv Cherry, just received and for yrf'ov

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