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"Libertas, Constituto, Et Nostra Patria."
Editors: H.H. Meals, W.W.B. Crawford, <1845>.
Publishers: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge, 1843; Dominge & Bosworth, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge & Co., 1843; Dominge, Bosworth & Wyman, 1844; R.A. Dominge & J.L. Wyman, 1844-1845; J.F. Bosworth & J.L. Wyman, <1845>; Wyman & Wilson, <1850>; J.L. Wyman, <1853-1856>.
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LIBERTAS, CONSTITUTIO, ET NOSTRA PATRIA.

VOLUME VI.] APALACHICOLA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1848. [NUMBER .
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[For the Commercial Advertiser.]
THE RESURRECTION.
BY AN APALACHIAN.


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


CHAS. P. M'CALLA. 'GUSTAVE REMAIN.
'OCalla & Romnatn,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 9 Columbus B)loc.
Nov. 18 Apalachic.la, Fl..
S. HI. Nickers n,
DEALER IN CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, CAPS, &c.
No. I Columbus Block,
Dec. 23, Apalachicola, Fa.
Cooke & Horne,
COT LElSSION MERCHANTS,
No; 13, St. Charles Street,
New-Orleans
ANDREIW S. CObKE. AMOS HORN.
feb 8.
ID. Danforth,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
AND GENERAL AGENT,
EUFAULA, ALA.
(l3-Cottonrbought on order.
Refers to
B.G.. D EN,.New Orleans.,
SMes9srs.iWyr :& McKENz,Aplcicol.
J. S. HUTeCHINSON, Apalahicola.


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J. k r iuns,
(Late T. CLARK.)
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
|p CONTINUES to carry on the
business in Apalachicola, oppo-
site the City Hotel in Centre st.
Having superior workmen, he is
confident that all who may patronize him will
find that they have called at the right shop.
French Calf Skin, Morocco, and Patent Leather
Boots and Shoes made to order, of the latest and
most approved style. Also, Patent Leather Gai-
ter Boots and Shoes made in a superior manner.
He will keep constantly on hand a large and se-
lected assortment of Ready Made Boots, Shoes
and Brogans. All mending, &c., done with ne-,t-
ness and promptitude, and on terms that cannot
fail to be recognized as in keeping with the com-"
petition in trade and the closeness of the times.
Apalachicola, Dec. 9, 1S47. 47-6m


maison, and lived just long enough to see
the first fall of him she continued to love
with undying affection.
The next step was to supply her place
A sister of the Emperor Alexander was talk
ed of, but objections were inade by her
family on religious grounds. Bonaparte
seems to have been well pleased with this
result, as it left him at liberty to look to-
wards the young Archduchess of Austria,
towards whom he may have indulged cei-'
) lain tender feelings. Eugene, the son ol
the repudiated Josephine, was deputed to
arrange a match. ]na trice, the match was
made, neither of the parties having ever seen
Sthe other. The espousals Were celebrated
at Vienna on the llth of March, 1810, less
than three months after the divorce. The
- person of Napoleon was represented by his
favorite Berthier. ,In a few days Maria
Louisa set out for Paris.
When about a day's jourthey from Paris,
Sa horseman, entirely unattended, rode up to
her carriage and stopt it. She alighted,
and was instantly clasped in the embrace olf
the French Emperor. Napoleon was not
punctilious about the forms of marriage, and
they lodged together at Soissons. They
were married a few days afterward, in Paris,
with great pomp. A singular circumstance
occurred at one of the fetes which followed.
The dancing-room, a temporary structure
erected in the garden, took fire, and so rapid
was the spread of the flames, that several
persons were burned to death-among them
the sister of Prince Schwartzenburg, who
had given the ball. It was recollected, that
a similar accident had occurred at a similar
entertainment, given on the occasion of the
marriage of the unfortunate Louis XVI.
with Marie Antoinette, also an Austrian
Princess.
After the direful retreat from Moscow,
the Austrian Emperor united with libe other
European powers, and declared war against
his son-in-law, notwithstanding the family
alliance. When Napoleon was driven to
Elba, his wife refused any longer to unite
her fate with his. It is probable that she
would have followed him, but for the advice
and remonstrance of her relatives. But they
were now parted forever. By her, however,
he had a son, whose birth was hailed by the
French nation with the highest enthusiasm.
To this son Napoleon gave the title of
"King of Rome"-a title rendered com-
pletely barren by the reverses which for-
tune heaped on the father's head. Young
Bonaparte died in his boyhood. Had he
lived, he might have embarrassed the politi-
cal afo,- of- trnrr-e,'" itnd poslily, in -tha
course of revolutionary changes, he might
have been acknowledged by the French na-
tion as their lawful sovereign.
Maria Louisa is described as a woman of
good sense, graceful manners, amiable tem-
per, and great simplicity and artlessness-
It is, however, only as the wife of Napoleon,
and as the Empress of France, that she
figures in history. Had she followed her
husband in his exile, she would have earn-
ed lasting honor, and independent fame.
She never saw him after his departure from
Paris, to meet the embattled legions of
Europe, by which he was overwhelmed.-
nor did she appear to cherish for him the
slightest regard. She had loved him, but
only as the Emperor of France. The con-
stancy of woman was not hers. Had the
battle of Waterloo terminated in his favor,
it is probable she would have fled into his
arms. But when he became an exile in St.
Helena, she soon found another husband,
and maintained the reputation of her family
by becoming the mother of numerous pro-
geny. She was nineteen years old when
married to Napoleon, and died at the age of
fifty-six.-[Daily News.

[From the Saturday Evening Post.]
RASSELAS.
BY T. B. CHANDLER.
There are very few works of equal size the
perusal of which have afforded me more
satisfaction than of Johnson's elegant and
deeply impressive story of Rasselas. In the
most beautiful and attractive manner,
through the medium of faultless imagery,
it brings before the mind the folly of our
endless search for unchanging joy among
the viscissitudes of a life wh!ch is ever heir
to "vanity and vexation of spirit." Could
it be fully appreciated its genius would
prove an antidote for that sickness of the
mind that leads to constant and useless re-
pining aTouT- Tot. -nlewould think while
reading its brilliant description of the "hap-
py valley," with its green mountain walls,
over which no enemies might climb-its
softly murmuring rivulets-its foaming tor-
rents-its fairy lake and magnificent palace,
in which every desire, as if by enchantment.
was gratified, and where toil and anxious
care might be banished in the midst of a
chosen circle of beautiful ones, where want
was unknown, that in such a place one
might at least be contented. But it was not
so with the Prince Rasselas. Although a
favorite whom all sought to please, yet was
he not satisfied ; his slumbers by night were


disturbed by restless dreams, and by day
sadness sat. upon his brow. And when
asked by one of the sages of the ",happy
valley" what waethe cause of his disquiet,
he replied, "TThat I' want nothing is the
cause of my complaint, I long to see the
miseries of the world." This may appear
to be a strange desire, yet it is not too
strange for discontent to feel.
His wishes were gratified, and he was
permitted to go forth to mingle with the
stormy world. He tasted its bitter cup, and
turned from it in disgust, and hurried back
with eager haste to the vale he had left be-
hind.
To those who were not inhabitants of
that happy valley" it was the place above
every other to be desired. When weary
with the painful toil of day, the Abyssinian
lay down to rest, in his thoughts he hasten-
ed away to that happy place, and in his


e dreams it was a paradise to hirii. ut
, beautiful and loely as it was, far froin being
a paradise, ir it was once fixed as their per-
. manent abode, if they were eyer sb fortunate
- as to be pbi mited to enter theie. For, says
r the sage Iinla, speaking to his Prince, I
e know not one of all your attendants, who
s does not lament the hour when be entered
Heree" This is the disposition that bears
, rule the wide world over, andl is the source
of bor'e disquiet than ali things besides.-
f We would fain change places with so me
Sone who in fact is not Itss disatisfied (Iai
s ourselves. The great difficulty is, we judge
i too much from appearances-we do not,
I can not see the burden on the beakrt. Many
s an one, whose happiness we envy, should
they give tileratice to their real feelings,
i would say, like Rasseias, "I am merry to
i conceal my sadness."
As a beam o'er the face of the waters may gloWr
While the tide runsin darkness and coldness below,
So the cheek may be titig'd ivith a warm sunny
smile;
SThough the cold heart to ruin rubs dAri-kiy the
S while."
t The daily experience of every one bears tes-
timony to the triuthfulness of this-mortal.
are not alwaly what they seem. It is be-
lieved that we could change places within
but few if any, without looking back witH
sadness to the place we had left behind.-
Every thing connected with the situation of
another may seem more desii-ablb, ahd freb
from the circumstances that give us pain,
than our own. But we are not constituted
alike, and where others appear to enjoy
themselves we might be far from being hap-
py. Rasselas travelled into foreigh lhhds,
and carefully examined into the situation
of every class of men, resolved to choose
his place among that class, whether high or
low, who were most happy. He sought
long and diligently, and at last was cbbhent
to go back to his early home, for he found
sadness and sorrow alike in the hut of This
shepherd and in the palace of kings. ,-
found that the lowly trembled, afraid of
those who had power-and the powerful
were ever in disquiet, fearing that they
should be brought low, The poor envied
the wealth of the rich, and the rich the quiet
of the poor-both being aleke unhappy. Hei
heard some speak of a hermit, .a man who
in wild seclusion had dwelt for many years.
far off from other men, alone, and he visited
him in his lonely cavern. And as lie libok-
ed upon him Ithere- apparently freb frol thl1
envy of poverty and ihe antiety of wealth
he almost resolved that 1e too would be A
hermit. But when he was about tbcoa-
-gratulate the old man-the dWe-ifr of 'th$
wood, on the beauty and quiet of his foreAt
home, he interrupted him saying, Whed
I first came to this place, its quiet and
novelty made it attractive to one ivbary of
the turmoil of life-but its tiovbty is gone,
and to-morrow I shall leave his place."--
The hermit was not happy. And the exi
perience of the world since time began dloth
testify, that no situation in life is free from
sorrow. And we sadly deceive ourselves if
we expect by fleeing to escape it, or by any
change of circumstances to avoid it; and if
after examining our situation we find that if
is not so bad as it might be, let us not be in
haste to add to our sorrows the blight of
discontent,
EUGENE SUE.-The author of Parisiafl
Portraits" in the Atlas, tells sofie sad sto.
ries about the author of the Wandering
Jew ;" of which tale, Ly the way, it is stated
that not as many hundreds sold of the last
volume as there were thousands of the first
The following does not tell much :o Sue's
credit.-[Boston Transcript.
Sue has never sat for his portrait and tihe
engravings of him are from stolen sketches
taken at the Theatre, or some public place.
Mr. Brisbane, bfNewYork, ordered a young
American artist, who was in Paris year be-;
fore last, to paint his portrait, and gave him
a letter to Sue, begging a few sittings, Thit
letter was sent to the romancer, enclosed in
one from the artist, who counted on the
money he was about to receive for the por-
trait, and stated that his daily bread depend-
ed upon it or charity. He never received
an answer. Not- many months since,. Suf
used to visit almost daily one of tihe inost
fashionable ladies in Paris, Madame de -,
and hold forth in her richly furnished bou-
doir, on the condition of the poor. "Do
you ever relieve their distress?" asked MFF--
dame de -, at the close of one of these
harangues. "To a ti'ifling extent," an-
swered Sue, "but though my gifts are
small, (hey are always cheerfully bestowed---
I give one fourth of my income i'n- ahms.
That afternoon, as he left the Cafe de Paris,
where he had been eating a costly dinner,
an apparently old woman, clad in rays, pray-
ed for charity. Go away," was the sterft
reply. But I am starving-give me asitn-
gle copper to purchase bread with.' ,,I
will give you in charge to arpolice officer, if
you thus annoy me." "'You will ?'' said
the beggar; "and yet, Monsieur Eugene
Sue, you are the maniwho write about the
misery of the poor -you are the working
man's champion-you are-" "Who ale
you ?" exclaimed Sue. Madamede--,$"


was the reply, and the disguised lady step-
ped into her carriage, which was in waiting,
leaving the novelist to his reflections. ,
LEAP YEAR.,-The BrattleborougH h aUl
states that the ladies of Vernon, t., avaH-
ing themselves of the time honored prero'.
gative of leap year, made arrangement forar
dance, invited the gentlemen, gallanted
them back and forth, and--paid the bills.

SiNoItitAk..-In the (own 0of Eastforo4
(says the Hartford -Times,). there aqr now
,resident in one house a respectable firthi-yi-
though not all permanent residents-- a lady,
her daughter, grantd-daught, great-grand-
daugbter, afnd great-greati-grand-datighter-
five generations, and neither member ham a
brother or sister.


Underwood & Caigh,
T,A I L 0 R S,
BALTZELL'S BUILDING, CHESTNUT-ST.
Apalachicola, Fa.
,All1 orders attended to with punctuality
and despatch. Jan. 20


J. L. WYT1AN.

W. G. M.. DAVIS, Editor.


Ye Christian worshippers, whose fleeting years
Of faith, and hope, and charity, and tears,
Have formed your living souls for endless love,
And joys unknown in glorious worlds above,
Lift up your hearts.-Hark sister spirits say,
"Come blessed period come millennial day!
The Kingdoms of this world are now our Lord's-
Now, are fulfilled our blessed Savior's words."(1I
It is the Resurrection morn! The first,
When only Christian dead theirslumbers burst;
For all the wicked low in darkness lie,
Until a thousand years of bliss pacs by; (2)
7Fj.r saith Saint Paul, those who in Christ are dead
-re first triumphant o'er their earthly bed; (3)
But all in order-first, our Lord arose,
Whose voice shall break the Christian's long re-
pose-
A thousand years-and every foe shall know
The Savior's triumph o'er the world below. (4)
IHe comes!-the Ancient One, whose dazzling
throne
Like fiery flame, on burning wheels moves on;
His garment white as driven snow is seen,
And hair like purest wool of silver sheen. (5)
A fiery stream forth from before him flies,
And "Allelujahs" rend the vocal skies ;-
Ten thousand worlds in trembling silence move,
While heav'nly hosts proclaim his matchless love.
Around the earth, the vivid lightning roam-
Windswar with windsand dashingfoam withfoam;
The madden'd clouds are bellowing through the
sky,
And clashing citiesin the whirlwinds fly;
The groaning earth is trembling in her course,
And Ocean's voice is hoarser and more hoarse:
But hark What awful voice is that I hear,
Like Sinai's thunder bursting on the ear ?
'Tis Gabriel's trump, that calls the dead to life,
And bids the elements to cease their strife.
Now 0 my soul, the awful scene behold !
See the white bones from hoary ocean roll'd !
Again the tide has parted from the shore,
From caves and coral reefsto gather more.
Ye moldering dead, come forth from 'nealh the
sod !"
The yawning earth obeys the voice of GOD ;
The ground is white with bones of human kind,
And mountain heaps the ocean's coast has lin'd.
Now speaks a voice all full of sweet accord-
The trembling earth is conscious of its Lord;
And clatt'ring bones leap to their fellow bone,
And sinews come to hold them to their own; (6)
And on each frame, now white as Alpine snow,
Soon shall immortal, blooming beauty glow.
The silent world of death-Jike statues stand
Till each, by soft ambrosial breezes fann'd
Receives the soul-the breathing air moves by,
Kissing white robes of immortality.
A voice i s-sweetly sending, "breathe 0 breath,
And rescue fallen man from endless death."
Eternal youth the rosy cheeks now bear,
And mingling joys fill all the tuneful air;
Bright are the giinces love and glory give,
And sweet the meeting cries they live-they
live !"
From the dark itnmhl the Lord of life forth came
Apppering, as before his death of shame ;
And hence we judge, no one deformed will be,
Nor old ; and yet each human frame we see
And countenance, resembles so the one
We had, before decline of life begun,
That each will know a friend's familiar face,
And long lov'd ones, each others forms shall trace.
Ah, who has not some parted friend to love
Beyond this life, in glorious worlds above 1
Their speechless frames lie mold'ring in the clay,
In expectation of this glorious day ; (7)
But their glad souls while in Death's arms we lay,
Shall whisper, Sister spirit, come away." (8)
Is there no joy, when in the war of Death
We yield with tears the agonizing breath,
To know that those who weep around us here
Shall to our raptur'd sight again appear!
O yes, ye troubled souls, while mercy lives,
Eternal truth this consolation gives.
(1) Rev. 11 ch. 15 v; (2) Rev. 20 chi. 5 v;-
(3 and 4) 1st Cor. 15ch, 23, 25 v ; (5) Daniel, 7 ch.
9 and 10v ; (6) Ezekiel, 37 ch. 7and 8v ; (7) Ro-
mans, 8 ch. 22 ahd 23 v; (8) Hebrews, 1 ch. 14v.


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Office, Third Story Baltzell's Buildings-, corner of
Commerce and Chestnut streets.
TL MS.
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if paid in a.]dvance, or $3 50 if paid within six
months or .-14 00, if paid thereafter.
No subscription taken for a less term than six
months-and .P2 wil! invariably be charged for
thnttpepriod. No lpaper'will be discontinued until
all arrearages are pid, unless at the option of the
ilroprietor.
ADVERTSr[;ErqETr',.-)ne square, (twelve lines
or-loes) will be in.,rt-dl at the rate of ,Qpe Dol-
lar for the fi st, nid -Fifty Ceil- If.or every subse-
:, qienit insertion.
St,),thos? who advertise by the year a liberal
discount will be made; but all advertisements not
strictly pertaining to their own business, as well
as all legal advertisements sent in by them, will
b6 chased at the usual rates.
SAll legal advertisements must be paid for
in advance.
@- Five Dollars will be charged for announc-
S ing candidates for office.
S All advertisements from a distance must
he accompanied with the cash, or city reference,
to insure insertion.


1I. N. Scott & Brother,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, &c.,
Cor. Water and Centre-streets,


Apalachicola, Fa.


Dec 23


A. Dodge,
SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 4-O(rWAfW-ei Street,


Dec 23.


Apalachicola, Fa.


Underwood & Caigh,

S RESPECTFULLY otfert heir ser-
vices to the citizens olf Apalachi-
cola, and the county of Franklin
generally, in the line of tehir pro-
fession. Having monthly com-
munication with the principal
Northern cities, they will be ena-
bled to furnish their patrons at all
timeswith the NEWEST AND LA-
------ TEST PLATES OF FASHION, receiv-
ed monthly, showing at a view the most Fashion-
able Style, oJ" Dress, which will be a decided
advantage to a fashionable community.
N. B. Gentlemens' Morning Gowns and Eve.-
ning Wrappers made to order; Cloaks of every
description made in the usual forms of the day ;
Walking and Riding Gaitors made in a superior
manner; Tunic Dresses and Boys' Clothes of
every description made in a neat and fashionable
style. All garments made at this establishment
warranted to fit.

S Shop, Second Story Baltzell's Buildings.
Entrance on Chestnut street.
October 14, 1847. 39-6m
P- A plate of Fall arid Winter Fashions just
received.

DEW DROP,


WMA. W. Sims. WM-'W. CHEEVER
Simis Cheever,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Office No. 36 Water street.
dec23 Apalachicola, Fla.


Roberts, Allen & Co.,
DEALERS IN HARDWARE AND SHIP
CHANDLERY, IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
SPIKES, AND CASTINGS,
And Manufacturers of Tin, Iron, and Cop-
per Wares.
Dec "34 Apalachicola, Fa.
Charles Rogers John Munn. Eugene W. Rogers.
Chias. Rogers & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Water street,
de'c 21 Apalachicola, Fa.


utlta tite ia 3ittt mpoc .


Win. G. Porter & Co.
DEALERS IN GOODS AVD COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
No. 41 Water sirt-t,
Dec 30 NAt ilachicola, Fa.
B. f. Nourse, H. B. Stone, H. W.*Brooks.
No rse, Stone & Co.,
COMMISSION MERC H ANT S,
No. 46 Water street,


J. STEVENS W. T. H. AUSTIN
J. Stevenson & Co.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND
DEALER S IN DRY GOODS, &c.,
No. 45 Water Street,


Dec 12 A lAaclhicnla, Fla.
LB k1-lara & Yox.a.P
COM 'vMI S S [0 N an F FORWARDING
M5E RC Ht ANT S,
No. 5V 'Vater street,
nov2l A;)alachicola, Fla
IHarps* & .;anu38es,
C 0 -M M'd S S I0 N M ERCH AN T S,
also,
J-ent. or.' 1r ,71e
SUN M1Uru[, [NITRNCE COMPANY,
o/ t'ie C;tIq of :.g t York,
No. -' IV ite' sl r et,
Dec 1-2, An-alachicola, Fa.
W. T. Wooo. E. B. BALLOU.
Wa-;>5I Ac 1 111Iau,
C0 ,I M M I 3 S [ N M i[' it ANTS,
Oli:e No. 42 Wdter treet.-Up stairs.
J t.n 16 A;)iac ico ,, Fa.
AI,.VA WvLcE, WEu A. McK i.zzc.
,ryWVylie 1[, N 'nzi"
C" C 0 lM MI [S 3 r 0 M E R C H1 A N T S ,
N). 12 Witatr street,
S-. t. 1, 1 i7. %ialachicoln, Fa.
S. J. Sediffer.
W IDr/^ \,i., AD RE rAIL GROCER,,
['-j- .irticji.tr itt ntion ip d to i tting up family,
ste:rnbo-lt andn ship stores.
No. 19 '.Water street,


Dec. 23, 1347. Apalachicola, Fa.
J--R).AiA[1 )DAY. DANIEL J. DAY.
J. Day & Co.,
C OIM-M I S IO N MERCHANTS,
No. 52 Water street,
Dec 2 Apalachicola, Fa.
ft Agents for LLOYDS ; ako, Agents for the
" Etna Insurarnce Co."the "Protection Insurance
Co." and the "Hartord Insurance Co." Hartford
Ci'nn
G. o! I} n
D. B. Wood & Co.,
COMM11I SSI ON AND FOR WARDING
MERCHANTS,
No. 44 Wuter-street,
Dc 2 Apalachicola, Fa.
A. N. McKAY. N. C. Ronmns. CHAs. PRATT.
A. N. McKay & Co.
CO -. 11SSION MERCHIIANTS,
No. 40 vW'ater-street-,
D)e. 135 Apalachicola, Fa.
J. I. & J. M. I-ul,
FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANT;,
No. 4S Wateor street,
Dec 12 APALACHICOLA, FA


Cor. Commerce and Centre, sts.
T HE subscriber respectfully announces to his
friends, and the Public, that he has opened
the above house, and solicits their Patronage.
FRANK BYINGTON.
November 25, 1S47. 45-tf.

SANS SOUCI HOTEL,
Billiard Saln,.. ..
AND
REESTAUIRANT.
L__ THE public are respectfully informed
ti it the above establishment has been
.e.p-rioirely f refitted, and is now open for the
reception of permanent and transient Boarders4,
and the subscribers hope by strict altenton to the
business ot their house to be second to none in
rendering their guests comfortable. Their table
will be supplied at all times with every delicacy
the market affords. Planters and Captains of
vessels will find this a very convenient house.
Game, Oysters, &c. served up at all hours and
in the best style. The Bar will be well stocked
with the choicest Wines, Liquors and Segars.
Attached to the establishment is a Billiard Sa-
loon, spacious and well lit up.
Grateful for past favors, the subscribers hope
that their friends and the public will continue to
sustain them.
JAMES GIBSON & CO.
November 11, 1847. 43-tf.

Apalachicola Exchange.
S THE subscriber informs his friends
and the public in general, that he has be-
S n come the Proprietor of this above well
known house, and will be pleased to entertain
any of the travelling community that may favor
him with their custom, and will also accommo-
date resident boarders. The bar will always be
supplied with genuine liquors of the choicest
quality. JOHN PATRIDGE.
Apalachicola, Nov. 14, 1847.


b3 i ll 0 1 lT4L l.tco.,if,
TO. SYD EY GREEN, M. D.
CT May be f,,und at his residence, corner of
Centre and High streets, opposite the Mansion
loine. *Nov S.


.4,al~~chii-nl~, i;ln.


N,)v 14


E. F. Abell,
W n i- V D Rvr'3'a'L,
D L1% [1N :) ;J -, 'v ,1. C[NPS, PAINTS,
0[L`, GL, \ c., &'k.
A1,;- ) i ird s rtment of Statinery.
C)r. of C.iastnut and Water street,
ANoril tI Ar)alachicola, Fa.


Dr. S. Parsons,
SUGEON DENTIST,
Apalachicola, Fa.
-r May be consulted at the Mansion House.
0-c 3'), 181.7. 50


R a'aj .i'sl si Saller,
C 0 MM [I S I 0N N E MERC A N T,
N-). .3 Water street-Up stairs,
D-c. 1, 19S 7. Apalachicola, Fla.
J1. C. Allen,
Wholesile ad detail Dealer in
D)lUGS, MED)C['RE, PATN'TS, OILS,
GLASS, BU:: L ;-, &c., -c.


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


MARIA LOUISA.
eLate arrivals from Europe announce the
death of Maria Louisa, Archduchess of
Austria, and Ex-Empress of France, who
has borne a prominent part, passively rather
than actively, in some of the mightiest
events of the present century. She was the
daughter of Francis I. of Austria, (the same
as Franciss II., of Germany,) by his second
wife, Maria Theresa, daughter of Ferdinand
IV. Francis had no less than four wives.
The first and thilb had no issue, but Maria
Theresa gave him thirteen children. Maria
Louisa was, at the time of her marriage to
Napoleon, the eldest child then living of the
family. When Napoleon invaded Austria
in 1809, and planted his cannon before its
ancient capital, he was informed that a
daughter of the Emperor lay sick in the pa-
lace, from whi"a the rest of the royalfamily
had made their escape. And when he gave
orders to avoid firing on the palace, it is
probable he little dreamt that she for whose
protection the order was given, was soon to
be his bride.
Our readers are aware that the divorce of
Josephine was a matter of State policy, de-
signed to secure n heir to the French
throne. Josephine having no offspring by
Napoleon, indulged the hope that his step-
son, Eugene Beauharnois, her own son by
her former marriage, would be chosen by
the Emperor as his successor. But in this,
she was disappointed. Louis, brother of
Napoleon, had married Hortense, Jose-
phine's sister. They had a son, a favorite
of the Emperor, whom he intended, no
doubt, should be his heir. But the child
died, and this hope was cut off.
A divorce wa;s now talked of. The heart-
less Fouche, unbidden, had the audacity to
propose it to Josephine. She complained
against him and insisted on his dismissal,
but although the Emperor censured him for
his assurance, he would go no farther. From
this, Josephine inferred the probable result.
It was a heart-breaking trial, but there was
no alternative. The divorce was at length
publicly decreed, Josephine submitting with
a formal declaration of consent. The Sea-
ate agreed that she should retain the title of
Empress, and receive a dowry of about four
hundred thousand dollars a year, to which
the Emperor afterwards added two hundred
thousand. She retired to the villa of Mal-


also,
g g ,meraa ."Sor't'neIn of
B TKS, BL 3\N SJ STA TO NERY &,c &c.
cor of C C shaut .S Commninrc-e streets,
Dec 4 Apil chicola, Fla.
B. S. 4,I.w-tW y,
FAC i'3" ANO C r[r',SSION MERCHANT,
No. 2S Water street,
Du c 5 A'vo c|icola, Fa.
Svsy A' J.t'y -i:e,
A v r y12-s
G ; '3YLS 3S ,)[tISS[ON ,I#lCHIANTSS,
2* No. 43 Waterstreet.
Dec 5 Apalachieola, Fa.
BENJAMIN EWL.LTSOA W MLA A. WooD
B. Ellisona & Co.,
CO M M I S S 0 N MERCHANT S,
V AND DEALERS IN
DRY GOrDS. GROCERIES, HARDWARE,
TIN V-kRE, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
CAPS, CKROCKmRY, SHIP
CHIANDLERY, &ce.
Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.
Dee 9 Apalachicola, Fa.
Edward 1I cCully,
GROCER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 50 Water street.
Nov 11 Apalachicola, Fa.


W. G. 11. Davis,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Offrs his services to the public in either of the
Above capacities.
He will practice regularly in Franklin, Cal-
houn and JacksonCircuit Courts-and will, upon
a special retainer, act as Counsel, in any Court
of the Middle or Western Circuit. He will also,
argue cases in the Court of Appeals at Tallahas-
see, the sessions of which, he will always be
present at, unless prevented by accident.
Apalachicola, September S, 1846.
A. G. Seumnes,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
0:1- OQfice, JV'o. 2 Capt. Sinmmon's Building,
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets.
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
11. E. Owens,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
CLA.YToN, Barbonr County, Alabama.
April 29, 1846. 2-tf


City Hotel, Tallahassee.
OTICE.-I have to inform my friends and
the patrons of this house, that I have leased
it, and that it will hereafter be conducted by
WILLIAM HEMINGWAY, Esq who has for
many years been connected with the first class
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 thl house to my friends and the public.
THOMAS BROWN.
Tallahassee, Nov. 1, 1847. 43-6m.

CITY HOTEL,


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


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


H ATS and Caps by the case low for cash by
H B. ELLISON & CO.
Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut st.


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


Bacon, Flour, Sugar, gCoffee and
Salt,
LWAYS on hand, and for sale low by
Dec 23 E McCULLY.


Drugs, MIedicsnes & Chemicals.
A FRESH supply of Drugs, Medicines and
Chemicals, now landing from bark Reform,
and for sale by
Nov 11 J. C. ALLEN


Sweetmeats and Preserves.
A WELL assorted lot,just received from Ha-
vana, for sale by E McCULLY,
Dec 16 50 Water st.


Hardware.
TRACE 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.


Old Reserve Whiskey,
F Smith's Eagle Brand, for sale by
E. McCULLY,
Nov 11 50 Water st.


Irish Potatoes and Onions.
A FINE article for sale by
Nov 11 E. McCULLY, 50 Water st.


Tanners' Oil,
B ELLISON & Co.


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MOC MERCIAL AI)YERTISER,
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY EY


susiness merectors.


flscelfnlanrojus.


TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
N the management of this Hotel, the under-
signed will use his best exertions to please his
guests. He asks the public for their patronage.
WILLIAM HEMINGWAY.
November 11, 1847. 43-6m.
Saddlery, &c.
ADDLES, ot various patterns and qualities,
Bridles, curb and Snaffle bits,
Saddle Bags,
Martingales and Whips, for sale by
WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Dec 30 41 Water street.


OR sale b
Dec 30







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COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER.


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[From the Philadelphia North American.]
, THE PERIL OF ENGLAND.
The financial panic has subsided in Great
Britain, only to give place to another panic
connected with the/subject of national de-
fence. Steam has 'Changed the world. It
has, virtually, destroyed the'empire so long
claimed by England over the seas, and, at
the same time, robbed her of the insularity,
which, in formrer-now the old-days of
ships and sailors, was her sure or sufficient
protection. All this Englishmen are begin-
ning to learn, and to feel and admit that the
sublime boast of Campbell,-
Britannia needs no bulwarks,
No towers-along the steep,-
is how mere song and emptiness, a perilous
flattery and self-deception from which the
people must rouse and buckle on their ar-
mor, or wake up one fine morning and find
the Gaul thundering at the-gates of Lon-
dou.
We mentioned, -a month or two ago, the
first dawnings oftthis new feeling in England,
which were first caused by certain porten-
tous extracts, that got into the papers' from
a mysterious letter attributed to the Duke
of Wellinglon, although some of the papers
affected to treat it as a fabrication. The
impression it was well calculated to pro-
duce, was interrupted for a time by the sud-
den convulsipn-in .ithe monetary world, do-
ring which individuals were driven-to think
of their own rather than the public perils.
As money gets easy, the subject will be re-
newed and 'it is now m nil,-.-I that a great
and painful interest, affeciing the minds of
Englishmen high and -low, is beginning to
be attracted to the present defenselessness
of the islands, and the-substanlial-it is no
longer considered visionary-danger of in-
vasion from France, under which they lie.
Newspapers have taken the matter in hand,
which has been alluded to at public meet-
ings and is about to be discussed in Parlia-
ment ; and the Earl of Ellesmere, a peer of
the realm, prevented by ill health from soun-
ding-the tocsin in the House of Lords, has
come out in'the journals wilh a long letter,
expressly written as an alarum to rouse the
government and people to the necessity of
preparation. .
"Awake, arise, or be forever fallen,"
Ore the ominous words with which he intro-
duces the subject to the community. A
more powerful letter for effecting the pur-
pose he. has in view, could scarcely have
been written ; but it sounds strange, and
even melancholy, as coming from the lips
of one of Britain's proud and haughly no-
bles, so long accustomed to defy and des.
pise all the world in general, and France in
particular. It would seem almost as if the
spirit of Cressy and Poictiers had vanished,
and Agincourt and Waterloo were forgot-
ten, when an Englishman discusses the abil-
ity of France to revenge those fields of her
humiliation, within the sea-girl walls of
Britain itself. 0 But Lord Ellesmere dis-
cusses it notwithstanding, and he does it in
a very honest, oni-spoken manner, not hesi-
fcting to treat Johnny Crapeau ;as a brave
and formidable (be,-who has it almost, if
not quite, in his power,' at any sudden mo-
ment, by a terrible surp-rise, tonavenge in the
flames of London, perhaps with evils still
more fearfuH, ali the defeatsmiereA.Qfore in-
flicted upon him by his island neighbor.
",1 do iht believe," says the Earl, that
it would be impossible, in our present state
of preparation, for a French Minister of
War,'favored by circumstances, to land on
British ground a force sufficient in numbers,
discipline and equipment, to march in any
direction along the turnpike roads of En-
gland. That direction might depend on the
place of landing-it might be Portsmouth,
it might be Chatham, it might be (he capi-
tal. In each, in any case, with our present
means of defence, I believe resistance would
be useless, and an attempt at armed opposi-
tion only productive of useless bloodshed.
To oppose in the field snch a handfull of
regular troops as we could muster, scarcely
provided with artillery, and totally destitute
of a reserve, to a French army, such :is, un-
der my supposition, would be brought
against the"), would be an act of useless
desperation. If tlhe French were to appear
at one end of London, tihe wisest movement
the Guards could make would be to march
out at the other. For ihe rest, three |how-
itzers would be sufficient; and the Lord
Mayor would'soon be busy with the details
of billets', a'nd whatever contributions might
be accepted as a coplmutation for indiseri-
minate pl under."
The E~i'l does not write willh the tone of
terror. He believes in "t the dormant power
ef England, such as no other country ever
yet possessed," if that power can be only
awakened to preparation. What he fears is
" surprise," and the deadly feeling of ani-
mosity' and revenge, growing out of tihe
"burning memories of'the past," which tie
is sure is universally cherished in the bo-
sums of the whole French people. He hints
that the expense of a proper preparation (by
an increase of the standing army,} might be
provided for by a diversion of the moneys
now ." annually lavished, not in the preven-
tion, but lhb. ;i.,grhiv;ion of the horrors of
(he slave trade."


hIn short, there is getting to be r, pretty
general solicitude felt on this subject in En-
gland, connected, in some quarters, with a
growing suspicion that France is secretly
meditating an invasion,-in others, a melan-
choly foreboding and presentiment of com-
1ing evil. The suspicion is illustrated by a
letterin the Brighton Gazette, complaining
ofea "a whacking French corvette" lying in
Harwich harbor for the protection of the
fishing trade," with an unusual complement
of -officers, who improve every spare hour
"by surveying and sounding tlhe harbor."
The foreboding seems to be expressed in
one of Tupper's .onnets to. America, pub-
lished iu a recerit number of the New York
Literary World, in which the poet-philoso-
pher appeals with pathos to the- filial affec-
tions of America in favor of "poor old En-
gland :-'-
-o, wondrous child !
The glories of thy destiny fulfil :
Remember then thy mother in her age,
Shelter h.'r in the tempest, warring wild ;
Stand thou with us, when all the nations rage
fo furiously together-we are one!
It were, indeed, an evil day for England
to be exposed to lhat calamity of invasion
which she has often, in past days inflicted
on Franee. -Besides the want of armed
defence, there is the invitatioti of universal
suffering in the kingdom generally, fiom the
hideous increase of poverty and, pauperism,
and (he state of quasi-insurrection and an-
archy in Ireland, which must be of il tKf a


James K. Polk, cannot accomplish bI moves
on the political chess board.
We write the above just as we have fi-
nished reading Gen. Taylor's letter to Sec-
retary Marcy, which we publish to-day, and
its perusal has excited in us a deep aversion
towards those of whose ill treatment he
speaks, not in a complaining tone, but with
that becoming indignation suited to his
known straight-forward character.

MR. CABELL'S LETTER.
The able and unanswerable production of
our talented Representative, appears to have
provoked the especial indignation of the
Democratic contributors to the Press.--
" Tray, Blanche and Sweetheart" have all
and each growled forth fh ir angry com-
ments upon the letter. If Mr. Cabell could
be demolished by the pen, he had been "a
used up man" long since.
We do not blame our Democratic breth-
ren for "squirming" under the lash which
Mr. Cabell has applied to them, but we do
find fault with the barefaced attempts made
by them to dodge the issue" made by Mr.
Cabell, and we intend to hold them to tbe
" record."
Mr. Cabell was charged by the Demo-
cratic editors with voting-for an Abolitionist
for Speaker. The evidence offered in sup-
port of the charge, was-First: That he
voted for Mr. Winthrop--Second: That
Mr. Winthrop is an Abolitionist. Mr. Ca-
bell admitted that he voted for Mr. Win-
throp, but denied that he is an Abolitionist.
The Democrats, to sustain the charge of
Abolitionism against Mr. Winthrop, allege
that he introduced a resolution in the [louse
of Representatives identical with the Wil-
mot Proviso. Now it does not follow that
all who are in favor of the Wilmot Proviso
are Abolilionists, as our opponents well
know, but they contended for the contrary:
then Mr. Cabell presented them with the
"damning proof" that the Democratic
Party of the South had voted unanimously
for John W. Davis for Speaker, and that the
same John W. Davis VOTED FOR the 1"iden-
tical Proviso" the introduction of which by
Mr. Winthrop is made the ground of the
accusation made, nagiinst him of being an
Abolitionist. We may add, also, that James
K. Polk has lately still further endorsed Mr.
Davis, by appointing him Commissioner to
China.
If lie introduction of a Resolution which
amounts to the Wilmot Proviso," is evi-
dence from which a man may be convicted
of being an Abolitionist," then clearly
voting, f)r the Resolution when introduced,
is still! higher evidence of the sanme fact.
Tried by the same rule, John W. Davis,
the Speaker elected by the Democrats.
stands in the same attitude with Mr. Win-
throp, the Whig Speaker.
But the Democratic Editors, who notice
and comp!;iin of Mr. Cabell's letter, dodge
the issue lie presents, and allege that Mr.
Davis's vote on the Oregon Bill is not evi-
dence of his being an abolitionist, and pre-
tend iliat there is evidence against Mr.
Wintirop, besides his votes, which prove
him an abolitionist. If' so, then we ask,
what other evidence there is that applies to
Mr. Winthrop, which does not equally in-
culpate Mr. Davis. Produce it. There is
none. The votes of John W. Davis, the
Democrat, and Winthrop. the Whig, stand
side by side. flwep-o out of Congress to
look for evidenee-where do we find Mr.
Davis manifesting any opposition to lle
Wihnot Proviso ? Or where do we find
(lhe abolitionists denouncing him as the
friend of the South ? No where. All thal
we know of his sentiments is obtained from
his votes in Congress-and as we before
said, he and Mr. Winthrop will be found
together on the Wilmot Proviso question.
So far then as the accusation against Mr.
Cabell, of waht. of fealty to the South, in
voting for Winthrop, is concerned, the re-
tort made by him, that he followed the ex-
ample set him by Southern Demoerats in
voting for M~r. Davis, the evidence fully
sustains. But Mr. Cabell, very properly,
felt disinclined to cover himself from
censure by Demoeraticeexample--he knew


that coin of that stamp was no longer
current in Florida. He denies that Mr.
Winthrop is an abolitionist-and he sus-
tains his denial by showing from Mr.
Winthrop's speeches-from his refusal at
the Springfield Convention to make the
Wilmot Proviso a test question in the Pres-
idential election-from his refusal to appoint
abolitionists on prominent committees in
Congress-and from his sentiments declared
in public, that he is opposed to the aboli-
tionists and to their designs. No such evi-
dence can be adduced to show that Mr. Da-
vis is the friend of the South.
But another charge is made against Mr.
Winthrop, and over his shoulders a blow is
sought to be struck at Mr. Cabell. It is
that he voted to receive an Abolition Peti-'
tion. It was first stated that his vote, there
being a tie, caused the reception of the peti-"
[ion. This, it afterwards appeared, was not
the case. The motion to receive the peti-
tion was lost-one of the Representatives
had, however, been put down as voting for,
who had voted against it. Here, again, Mr.
Davis is found agreeing with Mr. Winthrop.
The evidence produced by Mr. Cabell shews
that Mr. Davis voted to repeal the Rule pro-
hibiting the reception of Abolition ,Peti-
tions, which a WHIG House of Representa-


dangerous temptation to an angry neighbor.
conscious both of her power and her op-
portunity.
[From the Richmond Whig.]
REPRESENTATIVE POLK vs PRESIDENT
POLK.
In the excellent speech of Mr. Tompkins
of Mississippi, on the reference of the Pre-
sident's Message, (which we should be glad
to publish entire if we had space,) the right
claimed by the President of withholding
from the House of Representatives public
documents called for by that body, and be-
lieved to be indispensable to an intelligent
discharge of its responsible duties, is con-
futed by the course pursued by the Presi-
dent himself, when a representative o( the
39th Congress, during the Presidency of
Mr. John Q. Adams, to whose administra-
tion he was violently opposed. Mr. Thomp-
kins, in the preliminary stage of his argu-
ment, un lertook to show, and we think he
perfectly succeeded in doing so, that the so
called precedents relied upon by the Execu-
tive, and which his well-instructed organs
on the floor of the House read from the
"dog-eared books" with which they had
been furnished for the purpose, do not in
truth fit the case to which they have been
applied, But if they were, in all their res-
pects, entirely applicable to the state of
facts.i-nvolved in the issue between "the
King and the commons"--between the "pre-
roe'atives" of the President on the one
hand and the rights of a co-ordinate depart-
ment of the Government (and we may pro-
perly say of the people) upon the other-
President Polk has unquestionably deprived
himself, by his coursed as Representative
Polk, of all right to take shelter behind
them. He has placed his name upon (he
record, in direct opposition to the doctrine
embodied in these precedents, and reiterated
in his late Message. We invite attention
to the facts by which this assertion is estab-
lished, as we shall condense them from Mr.
Tompkins' remarks.
At the first session of the 19th Congress,
the famous mission to Panama, at which
place it was proposed that Plenipotentiaries
from the leading American Republics
should meet for the purpose of deliberating
upon grave questions, in which it was be-
lieved they had a common and immediate
interest, gave rise to a protracted and ex-
cited discussion in Congress-that measure
having been selected as one of the salient
points of attack upon the Administration by
-that tesselaled Coalition, consisting of the
fragmeuts of all factions disappointed in the
result of the Presidential election of 1824,
the avowed object of which was its over-
throw, "even ifit should be as pure as the
angels in heaven!"-Gen, Hamilton, of S.
Carolina, one of the most talented and
zealous leaders of this mongrel party, of-
fered a resolution in the following words,
on the 16th of December, 1825 :
-' Resolved, That the President of the
United States be requested to transmit to
.this House copies of all documents or parts
of correspondence [not incompatible with
the public interest to be communicated] re-

lating to an'invitation which has been ex-
tended to the government of this country
' by the Republics of Columbia, of Mexico,
and.Ce-tral &rnmrip. n, nJinjthe delibera-
tions of a Congress to beheTdtt h--eTsrnrmu
of Panama,' and which induced him to
signify 'that ministers on the part of the
United States would be commissioned to
join in those deliberations.' "
On the 31st of January following, this re-
solution came up for consideration, where-
upon Gen. Hamilton modified it, by strik-
ing out the words in brackets; to wit, not
incompatible with the public interest to be
communicated"-which, upon motion of
Mr. Webster, then a member of the House
of Representatives, were immediately rein-
stated by a vote of that body. On the 3d of
February, Mr. Ingham of Penn., also a
prominent member of the Coalition, moved
the reference of the resolution to a select
committee, with instructions again to strike
out this qualifying phrase, so as to make the
call upon the President like that recently
made upon Mr. Polk, absolute and uneon-
ditional-and upon this motion, Rejpresenta-
tive Polk voted in the affirmative, allhongh
as President Polk he now virtually denies
lihe right of the House, by refusing to res-
pond to its call, to make it in that form!-
The resolution then came np on its final
passage, and passed, ayes 125, noes 40-
Representative Polk voting, with Gen.
Hamilton, its original mover, in the negative.
" And wihy did he vote in the negative. Be-
cause (says Mr. Tompkins) it was not an
unconditional, absolute call." The discre-
tion allowed to President Adams, and which
is now claimed as one of the unquestionable
"prerogatives" by President Polk, rendered
the resolution wholly unpalatable and dis-
tasteful to Representative Polk. In 1825-6,
he held that the "prerogatives," of the Pre-
sident did not permit him to withhold from
the Representatives of the People such in-
formation as they might deem necessary, iu
tihe proper execution of the high trusts de-
legated to them. In 1848, by refusing to
cO rl-i-rrm tim'Ca^^e-To-0-he [ *t-]:e 4n--.nswe r ;o a


resolution, precisely such as he had insisted
on in 1835-6, documents in his possession,
and deemed essential by the House, he
denies the right of that body to adopt a re-
solution of that character. In citing pre-
cedents," does President Polk regard Repre-
sentative Polk's opinions as of no weight or
authority ? We might do so without exciting
surprise; but that he should sacrifice his
self-love to policy, is scarcely natural,
though it may be necessary.
But Representative Polk did not give a
silent vote. He argued the question ; and
from his speech on that occasion Mr.
Tompkins quotes the following passage:
Some gentlemen seemed to entertain
the opinion that, so soon as the other de-
paitments of the Government had deter-
mined to depute a foreIgn mission, the
House of Representatives had no right to
question its propriety; but were bound, as a
matter of course, when called upon for an
appropriation merely, to grant the-necessary
supplies to carry it into effect ; that they
had no right to deliberate, consider, and ex-
ercise a sound judgment on the subject;
but were mere passive agents, to record the
decrees of the President and Senate. For
himself he was ofha different opinion." [I
am of a different opinion now, (said Mr. T.)
and he has changed.] He believed when
the Representatives of the people were cal-
led upon to appropriate the people's money
for any purpose, they should not do it hood-
wioked, or upon the faith of others, but


should exercise a sound discretion and do
it understandingly."
How jealous was Representative Polk in
1825-6, of Executive influence, even when
the,views of the President came before him
sanctioned by a majority of the. Senate-for
the Senate, be it remembered, had approved
of the Panama Mission, and consented to and
advised the appointment of Ministers, (or
whose salaries and outfit the House was ask-
ed to make the necessary appropriations. Fil-
ling now the Executive Chair himself, he no
longer talks about the duty and the right of
the people's Representatives, in voting away
the people's money, first to be informed of
the object for which it is to be appliefl, but
he refuses to give them that information in
virtue of his asserted prerogative"-a
word better suited to a Monarch than to an
Elective Chief Magistrate.
And then, look too at the difference in
the amount involved. The Panama Mis-.
sion required an expenditure of some fifty
thousand dollars-while the people's Re-
presentatives are at this time called upon to
vote away millions upon millions of the peo-
ple's money, although the information iS
withheld from them, which they deem ne-
cessary to an intelligent response to the de-
mands of the President !
But it is not necessary to remark upon
the flagrant inconsistency, thus exposed, be-
tween the conduct of Representative Polk
in 1825 and that of President Polk in 184"8.
The facts cited are as strong a commentary
as can be made upon the conflicting posi-
tions of that gentle-nan at the different
periods referred to. Circumstances, accor-
ding to the old proverb, alter cases.
THE DISGRACE OF SCOTT.
"This, Romans, is the anniversary of the day
on which I triumphed over the Carthagenians."

These memorable words of the conqueror
of Hannibal were sufficient to acquit him
before the Roman people, when charged
with a high crime-with the baseness even
of embezzling the public money. It was
only necessary to recall the memory of
Zama to overwhelm accusation and accuser,
and send the Roman people and their-hero
together to the temple, to return thanks to
the gods for the great victory he had
achieved.
The words of Scipio rise upon the mind,
when one reflects upon the treatment which
General Scott is at this moment receiving
from his country-or, rather, from the vain
and jealous government which steps between
him and his country, and intercepts its gra-
titude and its protection. There is a charm
in the name of Cerro Gordo, of Churubus-
co, of Mexico, as great as in that of Zama-
greater; and were Scott accused of a mili-
tary offence, those names would acquit him
at the bar of the people. His case, how-
ever, is harder than that of the Roman ; his
treatment is viler; there never, indeed, was
a more extraordinary instance of injustice
done to a great military commander by a
government than that now presented in Ihe
person of the conqueror of Mexico. No
crime is alleged that the public know.of-
no reasons are assigned ; the public interests
and the peril of his "rmy, are alikedisre-
garded ; and suddenly, in the midst of the
war and the enemy's country-a thousand
miles from his own-after a series of the
-fmost -rn-x-,rm-ed vi-le s^ and_ on lhbe-very
eve of winning the peace for which he has
fought so well, he is deprived of his com-
mand ; and the world and the Mexicans are
invited to behold him degraded before a
court of inquiry.
And thus do the pitiful politicians, who
rule and ruin this great regiiblic, trifle with
its interests and the honor of one of its
greatest heroes. Justinian may sit npon the
throne, weak and despised, and yet issue the
edicts which humble a Belisarius. But the
American President is the Justinian only of
a day-and only the ape of a Justinian. If
the degradation of Scott be a wrong to
Scott, the People of the United States will
remember that h- triumphed over the Mex-
icans ; if it be a wrong, however, to the
country-if it endanger the army, and the
peace now so earnestly hoped for, by exci-
ting the enemy with false hopes to a renew-
al of conflict-it is not more certain the sun
rises and sets than that they will avenge the
wrong by a double measure of odium heap-
ed npon the wrongers.
There is something at once melancholy
and ludicrous in the thought of tlhe power
which an accident of life may give a weaik
man for a time, over great ones. At Mr.
Polk's orders the swords of both Taylor
and Scutt have been returned Io their scaib-
bards. On the 4ilh of March, 1849, Mr.
Polk will retire to obscurity, to be forgotten
in a century ; while a thousand years hence,
American readers, poring over the pages of
their ancient history, will follow with won-
der the daring marehes^of Scott and Tay-
lor, over the Cordilleras and to the battle
fields of Mexico.

THE PRICE OF THE GAINS OF WAR.--
A friend from childhood of Marshal Lefe-
vre, Duke of Dantzic, who had not run so
brilliant a career as himself, came to see


him atParis. .The Marshal received him
warmly, and lodged him in fiis-lioteT," wh'en
the friend could not cease hii exclamations
upon the-richness of the furniture, the beau-
ty of the apartments, and the goodness of
the table, always adding, Oh how happy
you are !" 1 see you are envious of what
I have," said the Marshal ; well, you shall
have these things at a better bargain than I
had : come into the cAurt, I'll fire at you
with a gun twenty times, at thirty paces, and
if I don't kill you, all shall be your own.-
What! won'i-very well; recollect then,
that I have been shot at more than a thou-
sand times, and much nearer, before I arri-
ved where you find me.

SAGACITY OF THE ELEPHANT.-The tra-
gical event at the Menagerie, resulting in
the death of poor Kelly, fias made the ele-
phant the chief lion of Philadelphia, says
the City Item. A morning or two after &he
terrible occurrence the daring Driesbach
took him into the ring for the purpose of
dressing his wounds, .made by sundry thrusts
of pikes, I nces and pitch-folks, in the ef-
forts to subdue him. The Elephant ap-
peared to be ill at ease, and sought to at-
tract the attention of Driesbach, by gently
fondling him with his trunk, and then point-
ing to his fool, slightly raisi-g it from the
ground, and i-n various ways challenging
particular notice. This aroused Dries-
bach's curiosity, and on inspection he dis-
covered he had run a large splinter ofwhite
pine into his foot" Pincers were procured


and the piece extracted, at which the joy
of the monster knew no bounds, and he re-
peatedly thanked Driesbach in the only way
that an Elephat can thank any one. It is
curious that 'he is quite friendly now with
Driesbach, although for six years he has
sought repeatedly to kill him.


tives had established, but which a De-mov
cratic House repealed. Both of these gen-
tlemen voted to receive the petitions, though
they both were opposed to the prayer of6tfer
Petitioners. They did so, because: they
deemed the reception of them wasaa right
the Petitioners were entitled to. So ihoughtf""
and so voted Mr. Clingman, a Representa.-
tive from the Slave State of North CaroJ.pia
and his constituents have since endorsed
his course by re-electing himn to Congress.
There is one matter which we think it
proper to mention in connection with this
subject. The notorious abolitionist Gid-
dings, has written a letter in which he
violently assails Mr. Winthrop, because of
his course in refusing to appoint him, and
his brother Abolitionists, on the Committees
in Congress, they sought" to control. He
denounces Mr. Winthrop, as a friend to the
South, and the slave power-and accuses
him of-hostility to the "friends of freedom"
as he styles himself, and his fellow incen-
diaries. The Boston Whig, an abolitionist
paper, one of the Palfrey organs, re-iterates
and endorses Giddings' charges-and strange
to say. Mr. Cabell's letter is brought uipby
the Whig,(as evidence to convict Mr.
Winihrop,; nW6t of ti!ing ^opposed Jo Aboli-
tion, for that they know full well e is--biut'
to establish that be is too friendly to ihe
South. Now what a spectacle is here for
the People of Florida!-Their Representa-
tive, whom they chose spontaneousIly, with-
out the dictation of a party caucus-lhat
Representative, a Southern man, and a
slaveholder, accused by the party whom the
People of Florida have dethroned, ofaiding
abolitionists to Office, and at the same time
the abolitionists at the North, are using the
letter of the Representative from Florida,
to his constituents, as evidence to prove, that
the man he contributed to elecl is a sworn
enemy to abolition and its professors.
But, it is not by the abolitionists alone that
Mr. Winthrop, is attacked, he is assailed by
some \Whigs, of his own district, with all the
billerness peculiar to family quarrels -be:
ca use he is in favor of voting su, pplies to car-
ry on. the War. His conduct on the War
question, in the last Congress, led to the
formation of an opposition in his own par-
ly, to his election who ran a candidate
against him. That opposition was foment-
ed by the Democrats. It was his assured
purpose "to sustain the Executive in all
proper methods of prosecuting the War,
to sucressful termination, and his manly
opposition to the abolitionists who had
attempted to control the Whig Party,
in Massachusettss, that led to his election
as Speaker, by ihe Southern Whigs-the
same causes provoked, ind has still ron-
tinued ihe animosity of the Abolilionists,
who are now making war on him at home.. .
TAYLOR MEETINGS.
A meeting of the citizens of G;idsden
county, favorallo to the election of Gen.
Taylor to the Presidency, will take place.
on the 19th insi.
A large and numerous merfing of tile
friends of Gen. T-ylor took place lately in
New York. T. Piescott Hall, Esq., and_-
other orators of note, addressed the meel-
ing. The New York Herald-says the great-
tesi degree of enthusiasm was exhibited by
the meeting, which, like all olher Taylor
gatherings, exhibited the pleasing spectacle
of an assemblage of the People for politi-
cal purposes, without the party hacks on
either side being present to mar the una-
nimity of llhe proceedings, or to give ii a
one-sided direction.
The accounts constantly brought lo 1u3
by onr exchanges, exhibit lie fact lhat there
is abont Ihis time a general movement going
on among (lhe friends of Gen. Taylor. and
gives sufficienil and reliable assurances tha
the feeling in his favor is fast spreading
among tlhe PEOPLE.

CANDIDATES FOIL OVER NOR..
Gen. Win. Bailey has announced |.iirpself
as a eandidale for Governor at llhe .nexl-ele, -
lion. From tlhe fact lthal the General-an-"
nounces his intention of runningwithouit"
intimating any design of submitting" .its-2 :.
claims to tlhe decision of a caucus, and ars'o ",'
because we notice that the 'Sentinel' has
been requested Io publish the :announce-


ment, we come to the conelision that Gen.- .
Bailey is in the field-and w|ijf not withdraw,
Convention or no Convention. ; If such Ibe
the case, we honor him for 'he firmness
which he displays in resisting the caucus "
system. He evinces a just sense of the
feelings of the People of the State, whh hbe
comes before them as a candidate in the
manner he has done. The last Congress-
ional election sufficiently evidenced thi
views of ihe PeOple o,f this State. on the
subject of Convri6ionns, and all who wish to
secure a majority: of their suffrages, Will do
well to mark and ifiwardtly digest."'
The "Florida Whig" suggests the- name
of Gen. Jackson Morton as the Whig can-
didate for Governor. The opinions of .the
Whigs of Jackson are entitled to the-great-
est respect. In this instance they fully ac-
cord with our own wishes, and -would no
doubt meet with general concurrence. The
West is clearly entitled to supply the Whig
candidate for next Governor, but we areau-
thorized by Gen. Morton to say that it
would be impossible for.-hi mto'ser!& if
elected. ,,
We beg leave to suggest the- D~atnoft a
old and tried Whig for the oflce6i, queg.


APALAOHICOLA, THURSDAY, FEB. 17, 1848.

SZ- The following gentlemen are authorized
Agents for the COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, and will
receive and receipt for subscriptions, or advertise-
ments:-
Wm. W. CHTrvEEE, Esq., Albany, Ga.
Major JACK HARDMAN, Eufaula, Ala.
JAS. J. OLIVER, Tallahassee, Fa.


FOR PRESIDENT,

ZACHARY TAYLOR.

SCOTT AND TAYLOR.
When the gallant Scott deprecated the
"fire in the rear," and seemed to dread its
effects on his fame more than any danger to
be apprehended from the enemy in his front,
he spoke, no doubt, with historic reeollec-
tion of what had befallen other great com-
manders at the head of armies, abroad in
the service of Governments, the manage-
ment of which at home was in the hands of
their political foes. His knowledge of hu-
man nature told him that an unscrupulous
politician knows no criterion of right or
wrong save the success of his party, to
which object greater and better men than
those who now sway the destinies of this
nation, have sacrificed constitution and laws.
The fate of Marlborough, his unworthy
treatment and final disgrace-the base trea-
son of Bolingbroke and his party, who fear-
ed the influence which the triumph of the
General in command of tlhe army might
produce on their political fortunes, more
than the disasters which the triumphs of
France might inflict on England, and the
just cause in which she was battling,
was, no doubt, presented to his mind at the
time he wrote his famous hasty" letter to
Secretary Marcy.
He knew the character of those by whose
orders, and under whose jealous eye, he
was about to draw his sword, and he who
never faltered before when the trumpet call-
ed the nation to arms, hesitated ere he
again donned that armor in which he had
done the state noble'service, and gained for
himself imperishable renown. He |had a
name and fame to risk-he knew how each
idle word or inconsiderate act of his might
be treasured up-and how easily any great
deed which he might achieve would be
glossed over.- He knew the power possessed.
by his enemies-how they could delav his
supplies, cripple him in his movements, and
in case he failed, make hIim responsible for
what was occasioned by their omission to af-
ford him sufficient means of successful ope-
ration. He knew that place men might be
dressed up in military trappings, and though
to make a soldier was aboon the power"
of the President, yet that with a party in
the Senate at his back, he could, by a
stroke of his wand, create a General-and
that such a General, if he stumbled on a
victory, would lay his laurels at the feet of
him who created him, and whose failure
could, by an expert use of the pen, be laid
at the door of the Commander-in-Chief.
Thus informed of the character of the
administration, and knowing the aversion
with which he was viewed by those who
composed it-with the knowledge of the
power and means at their command to stab
his reputation, we need not wonder that he
wrote as he did, nor need we now, when the
event has justified his suspicions, wonder at
the prophetic spirit in which.his letter was
written. It was his knowledge of mankind.
and his far-seeing judgment, which enabled
him as clearly to predict what has happened
to himself individually, as to pre-announce
in his -Orders" at Cerro Gordo, the glori-
ous result of his splendid military combi-
nations.
Had the attempt to injure been confined
to the conqueror of Mexico-the studied
purpose to confound the successful General
-with the dangerous political aspirant, might
not have been so palpable, and plain to the
view ; but when we call to mind the MON-
TEREY CAPITULATION CENSURE"--when we
remember the withdrawal of the Regulars
and diminution of Taylor's force generally,
whilst Santa Anna looked him in the face,
at the head of 30,.000 men, and last, not
least, when we call to mind the insult put
upon the gallant victor of Buena Vista, by
the revival of an obsolete army order, and
the significant connection of it with his let-
ter to Gen. Gaines, made by the letter of
Secretary M'arcy, the conchtsion is irresis-
tible that both Generals Taylor and Scott
have long been marked for destruction by
the Powers that be." The will to injure
is not wanting, that is clear, but the power
is feeble--there is not "strength enough


in the bow" "An eagle towering in his
pride of place is hawked at by a mousing
owl," but a generous and a just people are
his protectors, who are able, with a breath,
to destroy his enemies, and to bring to
nought their puny plots. What Santa Anna
and his Mexican legions, aided by the Pass,'
could non accomplish on the field of battle-
the defeat of Winfield Scott and Zachary
Taylor, his friend and correspondent,"








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HEADQUARTERs ARMY OF OCCUPATION,
AGUA NUEVA, MARCH 3, 1847.
SIR: I have had the honor to receive
your communication of January 27th en-
closing a newspaper slip, and expressing
the regret of the Department that the letter
copied in that slip, and which was addressed
by-myself to Major Gen. Gaines, should
have been published.
Although your letter does not convey the
direct censure of the Department or of the
President, yet, when it is taken in connex-
ion with the revival of a paragraph in the
regulations of 1825, touching the publica-
tion of private letters concerning operations
in the field, I am not permitted to doubt
that I have become the subject of Execu-
tive disapprobation. To any expression of
it, coming with the authority of the Presi:
dent, I am bound by my duty, and by my
respect for his high office, patiently to sub-
mit ; but, lest my silence should be con-
strued into a tacit admission of the grounds
and conclusions set forth in your commu-
nication, I deem it a duty which I owe to
myself to submit a few remarks in reply. I
shall he pardoned for speaking plainly.
In the first- place, the published letter
bears upon its face the most conclusive
evidence that it was intended only for private
perusal, and not at all for publication. It
was published without my knowledge, and
contrary to my wishes. Surely, I need not
say that I am not in the habit of writing for
the newspapers. The letter was a familiar
one, written to an old military friend, with
whoimfl I'hbve for many years interchanged
opinions on professional subjects. That he
should think proper, under any circum-
stances, to publish it could not have been
foreseen by me.
In the absence of proof that the publica-
tion was made with my authority or know-
ledge, I may be permitted to say that the
quotation in your letter of the six hundred
;nd fifteenth paragraph of the superseded
regulations of 1825, in which the terms
mischievous" and disgraceful" are em-
ployed to char-aicterize certain letters or re-
porls, conveys, though not openly, a mea-
sure of rebuke which, to say the least, is
rather hiarsh, and which many may think
not warranted by the premises. Again: 1
have carefilly examined the letter in qnes-
iion, and I do not admit that it is obnoxious
to the ohji-ctions urged in your communi-
(calion. 1 see nothing in it which, under
the same circumstances, I would not wrile
again. To suppose that it will give the
enemy valamble inlfirrnation, touching our
past or prospective line of operations, is to
know very little of the Mexican sources of
information or of their extraordinary saga-
city and facilities in keeping constantly ap-
prized of our movements.
As to my prticular views in regard to
tlhe general policy to be pursued towards
M1exico, 1 perceive by the public journals
that they are sharedI by many distinguished
stalesni), and also in part by a; conslicu-
ous offic:e.r of the Wavy, the publication of
whose opinions is not perhaps obstructed by
any regulations of his Dep;,rtment. It is
difficnlt, of mine can render any peculi;ir aid to the
enemy, or specially disincline him to entei
into negotiations for peace."'
In conclusion, I would say that it has
givn me great pain to be brought into the
position in) which I now find inyself with
-rPg'rl t"t ohe Department of Wrir and the
Government. It h;is not been of my own
se-eling. To the extent of' my ability, and
the meins phlced at my disposal, I have
sought faittlihflly to serve the country by
carrying o !tithe willies and instructions of
the Execut-ive. But it cannot be concealed
(hat since the <'apinuhwaion of Monterey the
confidence of tlle Department, and I too
ninch fear of llie President, h;as been gra-
dlu8illy withdrawn, and my considerationain;d
usefulness correspondingly diminished.-_
'he ;ipplirent determination of tire Depart-
ment to place me in an attitude antagonisli-
cal to tlhe Government has an apt illustra-
tion in the well-known fable of Esop. But
I ask no favor, and I shrink from no respon-
sibility. While entrusted with the corn-
inan~d in this quarter I sha~ll continue to
devote aill rny energies to the public good,
looking 'or my reward to tile consciousness
of pure motives and tlhe final verdict of im-
partial history.
I am. sir, very respectfully,
Your obedient servant,
Z. TAYLOR,
Mlaj Gen. U. S. A., commanding,.
I-In. W. L. MARcY,
Secretary of War, Washington.

CONGRESS.
ItousE OF REPRESENTATIVES, Jan 31.
By Mr. Cabell: Resolved, That the Com-
miltteeon thue Public Lands enquire~into
the expediency oflproviding by law for the
survey and sale of so much of the public
lands as harve been, or may hereafter be re-
lurmed to the Luind Office of the U. S.
uusaleitble," as the settlers thiereon shall
desire to purchase at the minimum price,
$1 25 per acre--Agreed to.
Also Resolved, That the Committee on


the Judiciary be instructed to enquire into
the expediency of providing by law. the
fees of Disirict Attorniesi Marshals, Clerks,
-Commissioners, and other officers of the
United States Courts, so that the same shall
be in force in all the Sttes.--Agreed to.
Also Resolved, That the Committee on
Commerce be instructed to enquire into
the expediency of having a Custom House
erected at Apalachicola, Fla., and also to
have a Marine Hospital erected at the same
place.-Agreed to.
[A message in writing was received from
the President of the United States, but not
opened.]
Also, resolutions of the Legislature of the
State of Florida, in relation to the expenses
of the Florida volunteers, prior to their be-
ing mustered into the service of the United
States-Referred to the Committee on
Military Affairs.
MEXICAN DoCUMENTS-ArN IMPORTANT
ADMISSION.-The Resolution from the Sen-
ate, calling upon the President for informa-
tion respecting any communications that
may have taken place between this country
and Mexico, since the battle of Churubus-
co, has been answered and the papers which
passed between the American Plenipoten-
tiary and the Minister of Foreign Relations,
el Senor Pacheco. produced. Some exact
information seems to have quite outstripped
the slower official intelligence. Nothing
that has yet transpired will surprise the
world more than the distinct and direct ad-


position to sell, prices have declined and
the market closed haeavily.
Quotations: Fair Bowed 4#, Mobile 41,
Orleans 4-.
LONDON, Jan. 21.
MONEY MARKETi.--:-Consols were selling
to-day at 87 a 87j.


mission, on our part,that thewar was caused
by the annexation of Texas to the American
Union. This fact has out-travelled the rest:
It is said by the Mexicans themselves, that
all else falls into insignificance, by the side
of it, embracing as it does the settling a
boundary, the surrender to them of posts,
and ports, exchange of prisoners, and the
establishment of peace.

[From the Baltimore American.]
GENERAL TAYLOR'S LETTER.
The letter recently published from Gen.
Taylor to the War Department, admirable
alike for the dignity of tone and force of
expression, contains a'n allusion which at
first sight may not be obvious. The ap-
parent determination of the Department,"
says Gen. Taylor, to place me in an atti-
tude antagonistical to the Government, has
an apt illustration in the well known fable
of .ZEsop." The fable referred to is, no
doubt, the following :
THE WOLF AND THE LAMB.
One hot sultry (Jay, a Wolf and a Lamb
happened to come just at the same time to
quench their thirst in the stream of a brook
that fell tumbling down the side of a rocky
mountain. The Wolf stood upon the high-
er ground, and the Lamb at some distance
below him. However, the Wolf, having a
mind to pick a quarrel with the Lamb, ask-
ed him what he meant by disturbing the
water, and making it so muddy that he
could not drink? and, at the same time,
demanded satisfaction. The Lamb, fright-
ened at this threatening charge, told him, in
a tone as mild as possible, that with humble
submission, he could not conceive how that
could be, since the water which he drank
ran down from the Wolf to him,, and there-
fore could not be disturbed so far up the
stream. Be that as it may, replies the Wolf,
you are a rascal, and I have been told that
you used ill language concerning me behind
my back, about half a year ago. Upon my
word, says the Lamb, the time you men-
lion was before I was born. The Wolf,
finding it to no purpose to argue any longer
against truth, fell into a great passion, snarl-
ing and foaming at the mouth as if he had
been mad; and drawing near to the Lamb,
Sirrah, says he, if it were not you, it was
your father, and that is the same. So he
seized the poor innocent helpless thing, tore
it to pieces, and made a meal of it.
The Moral subjoined to this Fable goes
on to say that when cruelly and injustice
are armed with power, and determined on
oppression, the strongest pleas of innocence
are preferred in vain. and nothing is more
easy than finding pretences to criminate the
u-nsuspecting victims of tyranny." This is
excellently in point. Again: How many
of the de*generate, corrupt and arbitrary go-
vernments," exclaims the moralist, "with
which the civilized world has been disfi-
gured, have exercised their vengeance upon
the honest and virtuous, who have dared in
bad times to speak the truth !"
Any one who calls to mind the course of
the Administration towards Gen. Taylor
frorn the time when an effort was made to
censure the capitulation of Monterey to the
present moment, including the withdrawal
of his best troops from him and his subse-
quent exposure to an overwhelming force of
tlie enemy, his long continuance on the line
of the Rio Grande, doing garrison duty, in a
state of dull inactivity ;-calling to mind all
these and other particulars, any one-may
see that the occasion which called forth
General Taylor's letter of reply and his al-
lusion to .?Esop, was one or a series of direct
or indirect attempts to put General Taylor
in the wrong before his countrymen; to
show him at variance with the Government
and suffering under its condemnation ; and,
if possible, to rob him of his well earned
glory and cover him with disgrace. With
a man less cool, less determined, less firm
in the consciousness of duty, this insidious
policy might have prevailed. It has not
prevailed against Gen. Taylor--but on the
contrary thie persecutions he has suffered
from the Government which ought to have
sustained and strengthened him against the
enemies of the country, have the more en-
deared him to the people. With a profound
admiration of his great achievements there
is mingled a powerful sympathy, which, in-
spiring indignation against those who have
wronged him, fills the heart of the people
with a determination to have justice done to
the hero who has exalted the national re-
nown so gloriously, and who, under all the
adverse visitations to which he was subject,


invariably showed himself patient, enduring
and calm, as well as courageous and indo-
mitable.

[From the Charleston Mercury.]
LATER FOREIGN NEWS.
We received from our Telegraphic cor-
respondent, yesterday, the following des-
patch. The news was no doubt brought by
the Sarah Sands:
LIVERPOOL,JSan. 20.
WHEAT.-Supply good, and we reduce
quotations from 3d to 4d for 70 pounds U.
States, as well as home made Flour receded.
Indian Corn and Cornmeal gave away again
to-day. The following are the quotations:
United States Flour 27s to 28s per bbl.;
Cornmeal, 196 pounds, 14s 6d; Indian Corn
per quarter of 480 pounds, 30s to 33s;
Wheat 7s to 8s 9d.
LIVERPOOL, Jan. 21.
There is a little firmer feeling to-day in
Breadstuffs, and the decline seems to be
checked. Corn has advanced is per quar-
ter, and Corn Meal 6d per bbl.
LIVERPOOL, Jan. 21.
COTTON.-In the ecrly part of the week
the demand for American Cotton was gen-
eral and good ; and the sates, to Tuesday
evening, were 18,000 bales, and full prices.
Since that day the demand has increased,
and holders having show an increased dis-


tion-one who is identified with the earliest
history of F-orida, arnd who has seen ser-
vice-and w hoseeattls have always been ap-
proved by the, People-General 'THOMAS
BROWN, o(Leop. 'If-Gen. Brown will be-
come a candidate, we consider his election
|certal :

GEN. TAYLOB AND THE NEUTRALS.-7The
i New York True Sun of the 22d, a paper
which has hitherto kept a strict neutrality
t with regard to Presidential or political con-
tests, thus glowingly speaks in favor of the
"People's Choice:"
General Taylor the People's Choice.-
Having preserved a strict neutrality in all
matters connected with party politics since
our connection with the public press, and
determining still to do so, we deem it no
I obtrusion on either party or its favorites, at
i this time, on our part, to press for conside-
ration the name of Gen. Zachary Taylor, as
; a candidate for President. In so doing we
consider we are merely carrying out the
wishes of the people, independent of party
considerations. ,No party-claims him to the
exclusion on his part of a proper sense of
duty on any leading measure for the coun-
try's good. The mere fact that both of the
leading parties at the present time refuse to
consider him their candidate, should at once
convince the 'people, that he will not be
tIrammeled by party influences, that- hang
like a mill-stonle aroundd ''fh'e n of awny.
qW candidate, theTex'clusive choice of an astrin-
gent convention, :w,ho- lhataain for their
choice with him who is to receive their sup-
port.
No departure from' written pledges can
take place by an individual elected under
such circumstances, though the country be
deluged with blood, or her industry paraly-
zed with Utopian ena.ctinents.
From all such destructive tendencies Ils
own repeated assurances leid its to expect
titter exemption if Gener.,I Taylor be elect-
ed. Steadily rcfusi'ng power from a mere
party, he stands with fol ded arms and closed
lips to all their appeals. To one ;lnd all lie
answers, that if" elected lie will be the
P]residenw of tlhe people, and not of a party."
ft' Mr. WEBSTER, gives, ill a few word,;,
a history of the Dorr Guvernm,'ril in Rhode
Island, which never got beyond its embryo
state, and may be s;iid to have perished be-
fore-it was born :
"'You find ilhe whole elinbr;c(ed,", savs
Mr. Webster. "in those two days, llie tlhiyd
and fourth of M5ay. Thc French Revolu-
tion was thought to be somewhat rapid.
That took three'days. But this work was
accomplished i n' two. It is all there, and
what is it? Why, thev vote a Treasurer
and a Secreeary, "atd' M-r. Dorr, (Governor
and choose offi ers of the Sopreme Court.
But did ever any in;n under lhat authority
attempt to exercise a paricle of official
power 1 Did any m;in ever hring about a
suit? Did ever an officer imike an arrest 7
Did any action proceed from any member
of eilip aovernninoi, or irom any a:,cnt of it,
to touch a citizen of Rhodle Island in his
safety, or his property, so as to make the
party answer le ujon it-, indictment or in a
.civil suit Never. It never performed one
single a,' -'tf. (didver nent--Iit,.ever d)d(. a
tiling in the world! All wis patriotism a nd
Small was paper: inld With p:;>rioiism atid witih
pper, it I Itnittig 11.self to be, as all mno.st regard it, a
contetiipiblIe shDaim "
At lhe close of his speech Mr. Webster
expressed ihe opinion that no harm will
frow out of the Rhodle Island agitation in
184 1,,htut r.,lier good ; thait it will clear the
political atmosphere of its noxious mists,
and probably clear men's minds fromn some
unfounded-nolions and delusions.
ADULTERATION IN GOLD COIN.-We
have hAd accounts recently of a dangerous
counterfeit of a li:ilf-eaale so well executed
as to defy delection). On cut~tig it open
the body was fou'ld to he silver. The Bos-
toU Athlas i'etniirks npou tlhe suJbject ais fol-
lows :
"T t is the~easiest thing in thie worhl to
deteci such a f'raudl, i(f il really exists, for
we have, only Io taike the specific gKrlvity of
the coin by weighing it i ihe air, and in
water, and dividing the weight in aiir by its
loss of weight in water, when Ihe presence
of base metal will be, detected, Pure ham-
mered'*golhl hus a specific gravity of 19 65-
100, andl hnmrnrnered silver has a specific
gravity of 10 51-100. Ha.iiirnered copper
has a Specific. gravity of 8 89 100. This
m~inner of" ,iei(riing adtulternition Of gold is
no~t 6riginal--with us, Archimedes having
discoveredl it some time ago.'"
We find the following in the Augusta
fhroniele and Sentinel :
="i I. s suggested that th~e core of the


adulterated quarter eagles, recently detect-
ed, is a mixture 'of platinum and silver.-
This, perlilps, .will account for the just
' weikht.ofjhe6i)poip, plminum being heavier
than gold assilver is lighter. .

A coin might be made of copper and pla-
tinum. and thinly planted with golh, which
would be precisely of t*he size and weight of
'.the coinage of the U. S. Mint, and of course
would have the proper weight in water, by
the hydrostatic balance, as well as in the
at mosphere." -
FUGITIVE SLAVES.-A. report has been
made to the Senate of the State of New
York by its Judidicary Commituee, adverse
to the recovery of fugitive slaves through the
State Courts or the agency of State officers.
The Report ends in the following man-
ner :
"The Committee' are -unanimously of
opinion that as the State of New York had
no jurisdiction on the subject of fugitive
slaveSfromt other States previous to the for-
matir.on 'of the United States constitution;
and as the State Legislature is prohibited
from acting on this subject, and as justices,
Sheriffs, znd other State officers cannot
legally act under the law of Congress, it is
unnecessary to prohibit them from doing so
by. statute.
The common law is sufficient, in its
civil and criminal remedies, to punish all
Site officers -who interfere with fugitive
slaves. The 1p;wer of retaking fugitive
save' iAs with the owner, assisted by the
United States judges-aud marshals.


For Liverpool.
_E-^ THE ship OCEAN, Capt Brownell,
having the principal pait of cargo en-
;raged; and going on board, wil1 have
quick dispatch. For freight of the retnainder, or
passage apply to HARPER & HOWtE,.
Feb 3 or CHAS S TOMLINSON.


PORT OF APALACHICOLA .........Feb. 17.


ARRIVED.
Feb 14-Ship Diadem, Tucker, fm New York.
Bark Cumberland, Powers, fm Liverpool, to J
Day & Co.
Schr Ontwa, Cordsen, fm New Orleans.
Feb 16-Ship Liberty, Pratt, fm New York.
Br ship Dauntless, Johnson, fm Liverpool, to W
A & PCKain.
Brig Leonora, Mabduiel, from St Thomas, to
No trse, Stone & Co.
Steamer Quincy, Allen, fm Chattahoochee.
Steamer Eufaula, N'Naughton, fm Jernigan.
Steamer Boston, Motton, fm Columbus.
Steamer Mary A Moore, Moore, fm Columbus.
Stt amer Emily, Hall, fm Columbus.
Steamer Southerner, Garrard, fm Eufaula.
Steamer Champion, Cadwallader, fin Columbus
CLEARED.
Feb 10--Bark Sarh Boyd, Dummond, for Bos-
ton, by C Rogers & Co.
Feb 12-Br. ship Queen, Newland, for Liver-
pool, by Chas Rogers & Co.
Bark Magdala, Dodge, for New York, by A
Dodge.
Schr Ann Maria, Brisbee, for Havana.
Feb A4-Bark Isabella, Preble, for St Marks, by
C Rogers & Co.
Schr Elizabeth, Cliff; for New Orleans.
Feb 17-Bark Triton, Luce, for Providence, by
T L Mitchel.
Bark New England, Androsi for Providence, by
Wood & Ballou.
LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT.
SHIPS.
Dauntles, (Br.) Johnson, 689 tons, fm Liverpobl
waiting--W A & P C Kain.
Diadem, Tucker, 657 tons, fm New York, wait-
ing-Master.
Liberty, Pratt, 689 fons, fm New Yorkj waiting-
Master.
Burlington, Cook, 535 tons, for Trieste, loading-
I M Wright.
Ocean, Brownell, 566 tons, for Liverpool, load.
ing-Harper & Holmes and C S Tomlinson.
Urgent, Rogers, 622 tons, fm Liverpool, waiting-
W A& PC Kain.
Tesse, (Br.) Oliver, 679 tons, for Liverpool, load-
ing-Hill, Dawson & Co.
Floridian, Whittemore, 443 tons, for New York,
loading-Nourse, Stone & Co.
Constellation, Flitner, 276 tons, from New York,
waiting-D B Wood & Co.
Macedonian, Jack, 414 tons, for Boston, load-
ing-D B Wood &; Co.
BARQUES.
Cumberland, (Br.) Powers, 402 tons, fm Liver-
pool, waiting-J Day & Co.
Madonna, Mitchel, 489 tons, fm Portland, wait-
ing-Master.
Sarah Sheaf, Sands. 401 tons, for Liverpool, load-
ing-J Day & Co.
Gleaner, Smith, 289 tons, fm Rochforte, France,
waiting-D B Wood & Co.
John Brower, Tolford, 310 tons, for Boston, load-
ing-D B Wood & Co.
Alice Frazier, Trott, 406 tons, for New York, load-
ing-W A & P C Kain.
Cumberland, Hiscuck, 385 tons, for New York,
loading-A Dodge.
Mary & Jane, Flitner, 346 tons, from Liverpool,
waiting-Master.
Florence. Woodward, 349 tons, for Boston, load,
ing-D B Wood & Co.
BRIGS.
Leonora, Manduiel, 194 tons, for Baltimore, load-
ing-Nourse, Stone & Co.
Manhattan, Johnson, 246 tons, for New York,
loading-Nourse, Stone & Co.
Metamora, Grant, 195 tons, for New York, load-
ing-Nourse, Stone & Co,


For NeW York.
-E^ ThE splendid fast-sailing ship'FLO-
RTZID[ AN, Wherncmore, master, will hav!
Am lispatch for the above port. For freight
or passage, having superior accommodations, ap.
ply to the master, or to
Feb 17 NURSE, STONE & Co.


COTTON.-Our river is again very low, in conses
quence of which the receipts thus far this week
have been very light and will continue so until we
have another rise. The sales this week have been
to a fair extent, principally on foreign account.
The Market is considered somewhat easier, pro-
bably to the extent of jc. We however make no
change in ourquotations.
Inferior ......................... ,
Ord. to Good Ord .........................
M iddling ..... ......................i ... ,6. a 6|
Good Middling........................... 6j a 69
M id. Fair............................... 7 a 7j
Fair..... .......................... .. .74 a 7g
FREIGHTS.-We have no change to notice in
this Department of business.
QUOTATIONS :
To Liverpool ......................... 6-16d.
To Havre ................................-
To New York .. .. .................. 9-16c.
To Boiton ............................ 9-16c.
To Providence ... ................... 9-16c.


Fdr Nevi York.
THE lasts tiling coppered bark CUM-
fgJjBERLAND, Hiscuck, master, wants 300
bales to complete her cargo. For freight
of which, or passage, hpp'IJ to
Feb 10 A DODGE,.


For New York.
F THE brig MANHATTAN, Johnson,
^ master, having most of her cargo engaged
&will have immediate dispatch.
Feb 10 NOURSE, STONfE & Co.


For New Yolfkf
"'I HE fast-gailing schr LERi Y, Be-
2!,dell, master, will have dispatch. "For
Freight or passage, apply to
Feb 10 A D0l.


For New i oi-R .
t THE fine brig METAMORA; Grint,
^ master, will meet with dispatch. For
!Af'reight or passage, apply to
Jan. 27. NOURSE, STONE &. Pd.


COTTON STATEMENT. 1 Last
yeaf.


For Boston.
THE fast-sailing coppered bark FLOR'
^ ENCE, Woodward, master, will mieet
M Swith dispatch; Fo" freighf on deek, or
passage, apply to
Feb 10 D' W60D o.


For Bosion., .
,-E-^ THE fine packet bark JOHN BROW-
j^gER, Tolford, master, will meet withdis-
ap patdh, Fot freightion deck, or pasage,
apply to DD
Feb 3 D B Wd~OOD & Co;


EXPORTS OF COTTON FROM APALACHICOLA
Commencing 1st September, 1847-and same
time in 1846.


Past I Previ- OTA Last
WHITHER EXPORTED.1 3daysiously.T "season


For Boston.
^-^ THE fine fast sailing ship MACcD0-;
j NIA, Jafk, master, will meet with itn.-
A ediate dispatch. For on deck freight;
or passage apply to
Feb 3 D B WOOD kr Co.
For Baltimore.
STHE fast-sailing brig LEONORA#
^^^Manduiel, master, will have immediate *
a dispatch for the above port. For freight
or possage, apply to the master, or to
Feb 17 NOURSE, STONE &, Cd.

For Baltimore.
STHE fine brig B G LAMAR, Knud-
,on, master, having most of her cargo
engageded, will have immediate dispatch.
For freig.it or passage, apply to
Jan 13 CHAS ROGERS & Ca.


..1808 ..3810.. 5618

.. .. .o .... .
.'....... ^849 '.. 849


.1S08. .4659. .6467
... 6431 ..3972 ..4615
...9101..2038 .'2948
..1190 ...774 ..1964
. .'.'.. '... '729 .'.. 729.
.... 20 ...320 ...340

2763 f7833.10596
............ .17063


.4176


Liverpool ........ ....
Havre ................
Nantz..... ...........
Trieste ...............
Genoa .... .........
Other ports ...........
Total to For. Ports.
New York..........
Boston ..............
Providence .........
Philadelphia .........
Baltimore............
New Orleans.........
Other ports...........
Total Coastwise....


...958

..1321
..5894
..3961
..1623

..5733
..1262
.19643
.24777


TOTAL-BALES..


PASSENGERS.
Per steamer Emily-Mrs J Hamilton, Miss C
Holmes, Miss V Holmes, Rev D Cairnes, Gen J
Dill, Col W H Talman, Dr Conmer, L Dunn, S A
Grier, Proutman, Crowell, Daughtry.
Per steamer Southerner-T R Hutchinson and
daughter, J Earle.
Per steamer Quincy-Mrs Hinkley, Maj J Coe,
D Buie, D Browning, S Hutton.
Per steamer Peytona-W Hansard, Struver.
Per steamer M A Moore-Dr E Stone, S L Sol-
omon, Guliford.
Per steamer Quincy-J Bradwell and lady, Mrs
Dr Ely, Miss Beman, Dr S J Baker, S J Baker,jr,
A H Bush.
9 Per steamer Eufaula-Mrs Clark and daughter,
Col Battle, Z Rozmmon, T J Rozmmon, S Davis,
A F Lochala, A C McKinley.
Per barge McFig-Mr Crowning and lady, Miss
Silvester, MissiSk imader, Hudson, Bryant, Martin.

RECEIPTS FROM THE INTERIOR.
Per steamer Emily-q:56 bales cotton to A N
McKay & Co; 154d6 to Lockhart & Young; 141
do to Wylie & McKenzie; 125 do to Sims & Chee-
vet; 110 do to I M Wright; I do to Nourse, Stone
& Co; 00 do to order.
Per steamer Southerner-161 bales cotton to
Lockhart tV Young; 117 do to C Rogers & Co; 80
do to Harper S-Holmes; 61 do to A N McKay &
Co; 65do to Maclay & Kimbrough; 58 do to Wm
G Porter & C9; 19 do to Sims&& Cheever; 7do W
A & P C Kain; 98 do to Wylie & McKenzie; 84
bxs tobacco to Nourse, Stone &c Co.
Per steamer Quincy-261 bales cotton to Lock-
hart & Young; 42 do to D G Raney; 10 do WVm G
Porter & Co; 30 do to B S Hawley; 8 do to J Day
& Co; 7 do to Sims & Cheever, 8 do to J W Ri-
naldi.
Per steamer Peytona-319 bales cotton to Lock-
hcrt & Young; 101 do to Sims & Cheever; 90 do
to A N McKay & Co; 20 do to Sims & Cheever.
Per steamer Boston-51 do to D B Wood & Co;
2 do to Harper & Holmes; 89 do to A N McKay
& Co; 14 do to Sims & Cheever; 7 do to Wm G
Porter & Co; 81 do to Maclay & Kimbrough; 51
do to J Day & Co.
Per steamer Mary A Moore-435 bales cotton to
A N McKay & Co; 53 do to Lockhart & Young;
44 do to Wylie & McKenzie.
Per steamer Quincy-35 bales cotton to Wm G
Porter ,& Co; 35 do to D G Raney; 38 do to Wy-
lie & McKenzie; 4 do to Lockhart & Young; 8do
to J Bradwell, 2 bxs tobacco to B S Hawley.
Por steamer Emily-331 bales cotton to A N
McKay & Co: 90 do to Maclay & Kimbrough; 9
do to Sims & Cheever; 5 do to Lockhart & Young;
82 do to order.
Per barge Hawkeye-107 bales cotton to J Ste-
venson & Co; 20 do to Wm G Porter & Co.
Per steamer Eufaula-146 bnles cotton to A N
McKay & Co; 38 do to Lockhart & Young; 21 do
to W G|Porter& Co; 153 do to Wylie & McKen-
zie.
Per barge McFig--56 bales cotton.

LIVERPOOL-Per ship Queen-1808 bales
cotton.
NEW YORK-Per bark Magdala-643 bales
cotton.
BOSTON-Per bark Sarah Boyd-910 bales
cotton.
PROVIDENCE-Per bark Triton-703 bales
cotton
Per bark New England-487 bales cotton.
NEW ORLEANS-Per schr Elizabeth-20
bales cotton.


Trusses.
HULL'S superior single and double Trussed,
for sale by
Feb 17 H F ABELL.


Cor. Commniferce and Ctentre-s6,
T HE subscriber respectfully announces to his
JL friends, and the Public, that he has opened
the above house, and solicits their Patronage:-
There will always. be found at th.e bar a'choree
selection of Liquors, Wines and Segars, and
Mine Host, with his assistant, will pay strict ait-
tention to those that do (Dew) Drop in.
FRANK BYINGTON..
N. B. Hot Lunch daily at 11, A. M.
Feb. 11, 1848. 5-tf


Vermifuge.
iNER'S Canadian Vermifuge, for sale by
Feb 17 H F ABELL.


Lemon Syrup.
J B RAY'S superior Lemon syrup, just received
and for sale by
Feb 17 H F ABELL.


Panacea.
SWAIM & HOUCK'S Panacea, just received
and for sale by
Feb 17 H F ABELL.


Hardware, Ship Chandlery, &e.
THE Subscribers have on hand for sale-
LOCKS, assorted, Butts, Screws, Hinges,
Handsaws, Millsaws, Crosscut do, Planes,
Compasses, Augers, Gimblets, Chisels, Brace
and Bitts, Rules, Bevels, Squares, Broadaxes,
Ship do, Collins' do, Adze, Hatchets, Ham-
mers, Shutter Hangings, Blind do, Steelyards,
Counter Scales, Platform do, Cotton do,
Kitcnen Ware, Table Cutlery, Shovel and
Tongs, Fire Irons, &c.
BLACKSMITHS' Bellows, Anvils, Sledges,
Hammers, Vices, Screwplates, Stocks and
Dies, Tongs, Files, Rasps, &c.
IRON-Sweeds, English and American, assorted,
round, flat and square, Band, Hoop, Sheet and
Boiler Iron, Railroad, Spike do, Horseshoe
Iron and Nails, Cast, English, Blister and
German Steel.
PLOUGHS-Single and Double Cornshellers,
Cornrr.ills, Logehains, Trace do, Ox do,
Shovels and Spades, Weeding Hoes, Garden,
Laue and Gtubbing Hoes.
CORDAGE-Manilla and Hemp, assorted, Pitch,
Tar, Rosin, Coal Tar, Bright Varnish, Hand-
spikes, Blocks, Oars, &c.
CASTINGS-Sugar Kettles, Mills and Caul-
drons, Bakeovens, Spiders, Pots, Enameled
Kettles, Tea Kettles, &c.
TINWARE-A full assortment,
Wholesale or retail.
ROBERTS, ALLEN & Co.
Apalachicola, Jan. 20, 1848.


WHEREAS, S. R. Bonner be'ca'me purchaser
from the Apalacdicola Land Company,.on
the 22d day of April, 1836, o4 Lots numbers 5
and 10, in Block number 28; also; the wharf pri-
vilege known on the map or plan of the city av
No. 29, at the price of $t8,265; tor which he ex-,
ecuted his notes, &c. in favor of said Company,.
which remain unpaid, with (he interest due
thereon: And whereas, by the agreement made
with the said S, R. Bonner, it was fully under-
stood that in case of failure to pay the said notes
according to the contract, th; said Company
should be at liberty, on giving thirty, day's notice
in a public gazette, published ifi Apalachicolqa. to
re-sell said Lots at the risk of said purchaser,-for
-the benefit of said Company, and if any surphus
remained, after paying said notes, given for and
on account of said Lots and all costs and ex-
penses, the same shall be paid toethe said 8.,R,
Bonner, or his legal representatives; and where-
as, the said S. R. Bonner has failed fo pay said
notes, now the said Compay,. in pursnance of the '
premises, will expose the Lots aforesaid.to sale
at auction, in front of the Court Hoaise, in said
city, on Tuesday the twelfth day of March, next,
between the hours of 10 o'clock,. A, M, and 2
o'clock, P. M. for cash, to pay up said notes and
costs and charges.
JAS. E. BETTNER, Agent of the
Trustees of the Apalachicola Land Co.
February 10, 1848. 4-5t
Dr. Woodrufi's Antibillious Veg-
etable Life Ptins,y
FOR sale by
Feb 8 J C ALLEN..
Dr. WOodiirnuis Worm Specif1i,
A SAFE and efficient remedy for worms, for
sale by
Feb 3 J C Ai.l, i;,,.


Notice.
SIX weeks after date, application will be made
to the Hon. Judge of Probate of Franklin
County, for letters of administration upon the
estate of G. G. Windham, late of said county
deceased. A. M. ELLIOTT.
Apalachicola, Jan 13, 1848. 52-6t*
Dr. Woodruff's Dysentary Cor-
dial,
FOF Diarrhoea, Dysentary, Cholera Morbus,
Cholera Intantum, and summer complaint of
children, for sale by
Feb 3 J. C. ALLEN.


McCALLA & REMAIN.
5-tf


Feb.17,1847.


P OTATOES-100 bbls.; Turnips-50 bbls.;
Carrots-50 bbls.; Beets-50 bbls.;
Parsnips-25 bbls., for sale by
Dec 30 B ELLISON & Co.


On Consignment.
UST received on consignment-t
16,000 Segars, Celebradad,"
10,000- Cazadores, Esmero,"
6 dozen "Reserve" Maderia,
6 "Regina" Port,
6 Cherry Cordial,
10 Tomato Catsup,
For sale by McCALLA & REMAIN,
Dec 2 46-tf 9 Columbus Block.


Thompson's Compound Syrup of
Tar and Wood Naptha,
FOR the cure of consumption, chronic, bron-
_ chitis, asthma, whooping cough, palpitation
of the heart, liver complaints, and affections of
the kidneys, for sale by
Feb 3 J C ALLEN.


Sarsaparilla.
BULL'S, Sand's, Bristol's and Bailey's com-
pound fluid extract of Sarsaparilla, just re-
ceived, and for sale by
Feb 17 H F ABELL.


Thomsonian Medicines,
UST received and for sale by
Feb 3; J. C. ALLEY


EN.


MARINE INTELLIGENCE.


COMMERCIAL.


J. SPtNCE,
WATCH AND CLOCK MAKER,
sSecond Story Baltzell's Buildings,
S(Entrance on Chestnut-st )
aAPALACHICOLA, FA.
N B. Watchesj Clocks arid Jewelry carefully
re i red. October 21, 1847.


ATHENAEUM
Bowliug Saloon and Billiard
Room.
T HE proprietor of the Atheneum Bowling,
Saloon" has used every endeavo-f to make'
the establishment an agreeable place of fes'ott
and is thankful that an ever discriminating pute-
lie prove by liberal patronage their appreciatirto
of his desire to please. He Will always keep ft
choice assortment of Liquors, and refreshing
beverages, of a sort to tickle the paatet of 014d
Bacchus' most fastidious sons' and Oysters-
cool and delicious, fi'esh from their native banks.
For a pleasant commingling of exercise aM
amusement-utilecum duice-there is nothing
within the circle of gymnastics to compare with
a game of ten-pins; but those p5refetring less,
active amusementsj can always take a hand.
Come one-come aHl.'
JOHN P. JONES-.
Apalachicola, Dec. 30,1847. 50-tf









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Tax Collector's Sale.
B"Y 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, 1S8I, 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, of Liewis Curtis and Joseph Dela-
field Trustees of the Apalachicola Land Com-
pany,) or so much thereof as will pay the Taxes
-for 18-47, 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, and which said real estate is described as
follows, in the Map of said City, viz.
Block A, range 1, lots nos. 1 to 14, inclusive,
unimproved; block A, range 2, lots nos. 1, 3, 6,
9, 11, 13, 11, unimproved; block A, range 2,
lots nos. 2, 4, 5, 10,13, improved; block B, range
1, lots nos. 3, 10, 9, 16, 17, unimproved ; block
B, range 2, lots nos. 13, 11, unimproved; block
B, range 2, lots nos. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, improv-
ed; block C, range 1, lots nos. 3, 4, 15, 163, unilm-
proved; block C, range 2, lots nos. 9, 10, 11, 12,
13, unimproved ; block C, range 2, lots nos. I,
2, 4,-5, 15, improved; block D, range 2, lots nos.
3,17, 8, 9, unimproved; block D, range 2, lots
nos. 1,2, 5, improved: block E, ranme 1, lots nos.
3, 4, 5, 16, 17, 18, improved; block E, range 2,
lots nos. 7, 8, 13, 1-4, 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 H, range 1, l;)ts nos. 5, 8,
10, 11, 13, 13, 20, unimproved; block H, range
2, lots nos. 3, 4, 5, G, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 1-2, 13, 14,
15, 10, 17, unimproved; block J, range 1, lots
nos. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11f 1, 1, 1, 15,
16, 17, IS, 19, unimproved; block J, range-2,
lots nos. 1, 2, 3. 4, 5, G, 7, S, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 1 1,
1.5, 16, 17, 18, 19, 2J, unimproved; block K',
range 1, lots nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11,
1"2. 13, 11, 15, lP', 17, IS, 10, 22), 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, 11, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, unim-
proved; block M, lots uos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,
9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15,16, 17, 1S, 19 20, unim-
proved; block N, tots nos. L, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 9,
10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 1.5, 16 17, 18, 19, 20, unim-
proved; block 0, lots nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9,
10, i1, 12, 13, 11, 15, 1., 17, IS, 19, 20, unim-
proved'; block P, lors nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,
9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 1.5, 16, 17, 1S, 19, 20, unim-
proved; block Q, lots nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,
9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 11, 15, 163,17, 18, 19, 20, unim-
proved; block S, lots nos. 1 to 23, inclusive,
unimproved; block 1, lots nos. 4, 7, unimproved ;
block 1, lot no. 8, improved ; block 3, lot no. 9,
unimproved ; block 4, lots nos 3,4,, 6,7,8, 9, un-
improved; block 4, lot no. 2, improved; block
5, lots nos. 2 to 6, inclusive, unimproved ; block
5, lots nos. 1, 7, 8, 10, improved; block 6, lots
nos. 1, 7, 8, 9, [0, uriimpreved ; 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 no;. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, unimproved;
block 9, lots nos. 1, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, unimproved;
block 10, lots nos. 3, 8, unimproved ; block 10,
lots nos. 4, 7, improved; block l1, lots nos. 4, 8,
unimproved; block 14, lots nos 6, 7, 9, 10,
unimproved; block 15, lots nos. 4, 9, 10, un-
improved ; block 17, no. 9, unimproved ; block
17, lots nos. 6, 7, improved ; block 18, lots nos.
2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, unimproved; block 18, lot
no. 4,. improved ; block 19, lots nos. 1 to 10, in-
clusive, unimproved1 ; block 20, lots nos. 3 to 10,
inclusive, unim:)roved; block 21, lot no. 5, im-
proved; block 21, lots nos. 1 to 4 and 6 to V), inclu-
sive, unimproved; block 22, lots nos. 1, 3, unim-
proved; block 23, iots-nos. 6, 7, 8, 9, unimproved ;
bloclO,24,lots nos.1,2,3,6,7,S,9,10,uniimprov'd;
block'2.5, lots nos. 3, 4, 5, G, unimproved; block
26,lots nos. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, unimproved; block
27, lots nos. 1 to 10,i iclusive, unimproved; block
28, lots nos. 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, unimproved; block
29, lots nos. 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, unimyroved ;
block 30, lot no. 8, unimproved; block 31, lots
nos. 5, 8, 9, 10, u'lmprove.l; block 32, lots nos.
1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9. 10, unimproved ; block 33, lots
nos. 6, 9, unimproved; block 31, lot; n n,). "2 to
10, inclusive, u-iimproved; block 35, lots nos. 1,
6, 7, 8, 9, 10, unimproved ; block 33, 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. I to 10, inclusive, un improved ; block 40,
l1ts nos. 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 9, 10, unimproved;
block 41 and 42, lots nos. 1 to 10, inclusive, each
block, unimproved ; block 43, lots nos. 1, 2, 3, 9,
10, unimproved; block 41, lots nos. 1 to 10, inclu-
sive, unimproved; block 45, lots nog. 1 to 10, in-
clusive, unimproved; block 46, lots nos. 3, 4, 5,
6, 7, 8, uniln,)roved; 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 nos.
1 to 10, inclusive, unimproved; block 51, lots
nos. 2 to 10, inclusive, u-improved; 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, unimpraved ;
block 53, 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, incl'usive, un-
improved ; block61, lots nos. 1 to 8, inclusive, un-
improved; blocks 62 to 69 inclusive unimproved;
block 70 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ;
block 71 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 72 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive uoimproved ;
block 75 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ;
block 76 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 77 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 78 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ;
block S1 lots nos 1 to 10 ineluswev unimproved;
block 8:2 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ;
block 83 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 84 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ;
block 85 lots nos l to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 86 lots nos 1 to 8 inclusive unimproved;
block 87 Iots. nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ;
block $8 lots-dnos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved,;
block 89 lots, nos l! to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 90 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;


block 91 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 9.2 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive 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 96 lotg nos 1 2 3 6 7 8 9 10 unimproved;
block 97 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 98 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 99 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 100 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ;
block 101 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 102 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 103 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ;
block 101 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 105 lots nos lto 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 106 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 107 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 103 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 109 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 110 lots nos I to 10 inclusive improved
block III lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
block .112 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 113 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 114 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive, unimproved
black' 115"lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 116 lots nos I 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 I 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 nosI to 10 inclusive unimproved:
block 128 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved:
block 127 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 128 lots nos 1 to 10 ii(An-lnive unimproved
block 129 lots nosl to 10 !nclusIve unimproved-:
block 130 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive .unimproved
block 131 lots,nos 1 to 10 1in,.luive uniiuprovld
block 132 lots nos 1 to 10 incltusive unimproved:
block 133 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimnproved;.
/'


BENJ. G. LIDDON & CO.
July 31, 1847.


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


Blank Books and Stationery.
L EDGERS, Journals, Day Books, &c.
50 reams Foolscap and Letter Paper;
Cotton Memorandum Books;
Ship and River Bills Lading;
Boooks for Letter Press.
Blank Bills of Exchange and Checks,
Just received and for sale by
March 1 H. F. ABELL.
Fresh Garden Seeds.
A LAGE assortment of Fresh Seed, just rec'd,
and for sale by
Nov 11 J. C. ALLEN.
WEDE Iron, Scotch do, Weeding an,- G.rden
Hoes, Blacksmiths Bellows, Cotton a:- V,-iool
Cards, Spades and Shovels, Cauldron an" Sugar
Pans, Ploughs, &c. &c. for sale by
B. ELLISON & Co.
Dec 9 Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.


S"S

FRESH ARRIVAL OF .
Drugs Medieinei, Paints Oils,n
Dye-Stuffs, Perfumery,, &e.
| THE undersigned returns his thanks
to his friends'and the public foi their
liberal patronage, and begs to inform .
that he is now receiving an addition- ;
al supply, which added to.hi former
stock, renders his assortment unusually large
and complete. English, French, German and *
American Drugs; .Cosmetics; Perfumery; Glass s
and Druggists, Glass ware, &c., &c., are offered
to Physicians, Country Merchants and others on
the most liberal terms-all of which lie 'Warrants i\
pure and unadulterated. .


j


block 134 lots nos 3 to 10 inclusive unimproved:
block 135 lots nos 3 to 10 inclusive unimproved:
block 136 lots nos 1 2 3 6 78910 unimproved:
block 137 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved:
block 138 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved:
block 139 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 140 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 141 lots nos 1 2 3 4 58910 unimproved:
block 142 lots nos 1 to 8 inclusive unimproved
block 143 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved:
block 144 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 145 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 146 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 147 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved:
block 148 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 149 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 150 lots nos 12 3 4 7 8 9 10 unimproved:
block 157 lots nos 12 3 4 7 8 9 10 unimproved
block 158 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 159 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved
TSlock 167 lots nos 12 3 4 7 8 9 10 unimproved
block 168 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 169 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 170 lots nos 12 3 4 7 8 9 10 unimproved
block 174 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 175 lots nos 3 to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 176 lots nos 1 236 7 8 910 unimproved
block 177 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 178 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 179 lots nos 13 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 unimproved:
block 180 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved:
block 181 lots nos 12 3 4 5 8 9 10 unimproved:
block 182 lots nos 1 to 8 inclusive unimproved
block 183 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 184 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 185 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved:
block 186 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved:
block 187 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved :
block 188 lots nos 26 7 8 9 10 unimproved: block
189 lots nos 6 7 8 9 10 unimproved: block 190 lots
nos 6 7 8 9 10 unimproved.
WHARF LOTS.
100 feet lot No 12; 50 feet foot of Leslie
street; 100 feet lot No 16; 100 feet lot No 17 ;
100 feet lot No 19 ; 90 feet foot of Centre street;
610 feet South part of lot No 20; 30 feet North
part of lot No 22; 90 feet foot of Chestnut st. ;
10 feet of lot No 25; 90 feet foot of Cherry st.
Also-All Land lying on the West side of the
Apalachicola Bay, North and West of the City of
Apalachicola, to the Western boundaries of
Franklin County; also, St. Vincent's Island, St.
Geoige's Island, and Dog Island, (exclusive of
that portion of St. Georges and Dog Island owned
by the U. S. Government) ; also, all Lands lying
East of the Bay of Apalachicola and bordering
on St. George's Sound, and running Eeast to the
mouth of New River, from thence in a direct line
to the Chipola Cut-off, following the Apalachi-
cola River down to its mouth, including Forbe's
Island (so called); the whole containing 285,000
acres of third quality of Land, and 1000 of 2d
quality, as per returns made by the Assessor of
State Taxes for Franklin County.
JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff;
and Ev-Officio Tax Collector Franklin Co.
Apalachicola, Nov. 4,1847. 42-6m.


IDry Goods.
THE subscribers offer for sale a large and sea-
sonable stock of Dry Goods, consisting in
part of
Negro Kerseys and Linseys,
White and Red Flannels,
Bangups and Tweeds,
Super plain black and fancy Casameres,
Super English and French Cloths,
Whitney Blankets, 10, 11 and 12qrs
Duffil Blankets, 8, 9 and 10 qrs.
Marseilles Quilts, 9, 10, 11 and 12 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 Sheeting,
English, French and American Prints,
Extra super, plain and twilled Ginghams,
Super Cashmere 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 and American Cotton Hkfs,
Madras and Verona head Hkfs,
Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose,
Super Satin, Marseilles & Worsted Vestings,
Cotton and Flax Thread,
Plain and fig'd Swiss and checked Muslins,
Jaconet and Cambric Muslins,
Needles, Pins, Tape, &c. &c.
7 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. 30, 1847. 41 Water street.


IN CHANCERY.
Franklin Circuit Court.
Thomas Orman, !
William B. Fineh.
T 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
willbe taken pro confesso.
At Chambers, Sept. 20, 1847.
GEORGE S. HAWKINS,
A True Copy. Judge, &c.
W. VALLEAU, Clerk.
October 2S, 1847. 41-4m
WALTON CIRCUIT COURT.
In Chancery.
Thomas Barkar, I
vs. Petition for Divorce.
Sarah Samanth Barker.
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court,
by affidavit made in this case, that the de-
fendant, Sarah Samantha Barker, resides beyond
the jurisdiction of the State of Florida : It is or-
dered that the said Sarah Samanth Barker do ap-
pear and answer 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 ordered that this order be published in
some newspaper in the Western Circuit of this
State for the space of three months.
GEG. S. HAWKINS, Judge W. C.
January 6, 18418. 51-3m*
At Chambers,
APALACHICOLA, DEc. 29, 1847.
John M. Carnochan, Bill for account and
VS.,atii n
George K. Walker, et al. partition.
PON affidavit of Complainant's Solicitor that
the Defendants mentioned in said Bill do
not reside within this Circuit, but within the
United States: Tt is ordered that notice of the
institution of this suit, and the filing ot the
amended Bill, be given in some newspaper pub-
lished in the Circuit, for the space of four
months, and if, upon due proof of the appearance
of said notice in some newspaper so published
for the time mentioned, the said defendants do
not appear to said bill by the next ruleday,which
shall come after twenty days from the expiration
of said period of four months, it is further or-
dered, that the same be taken as confessed
against them.
GEO. S. HAWKINS, Judge, &c.
CARMACK & SPRATT,
Compl'ts Soliciiors.
A True Copy. WM. VALLEAU,
Ded 30. 50-4m Clerk.


H. F. ABELL, : :{
Wholesale and Retail Druggist, .
-45 Water street.
Apalachicola, Nov. 21, 1846.
Drugs and Medieines.
THE subscriber has, and will
"! constantly have, on hand, a complete
assortment of DRUGS and MEDI-
CINES, which be will warrant pure
and of'the best quality. Country "
Merchants and"Planters will find it
to their advantage to call, examine and price his
Goods, before purchasing elsewhere.
N. B. Physician's prescriptions put up with
care and accuracy at any hour of-theday or night;
J. C. ALLENM
March 21 Cor. Centre and Commerce sf'
WILL BE PUBLISHED AT WASHINTON D. 6.
On the seventh of December next.
NUMBER ONE
OF THE
UNITED STATES RFWPOf I _0i,1j<
A Daily Journal of Government, Legislative and
General News.
THE subscriber is now enabled to announce the
completion of his arrangements for the establish-
ment of a well-organized and independent Jour-
nal of News at the Seat of the General Govern-
ment
The leading features of the United States Re-
porter will be the following:--
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A CARD.
T HE Subscribers take this method of inform-
ing the citizens of Apalachicola and its vi-
cinity, that they have now on hand a very neat
and well selected Stock of GOODS, which will be
sold low, consisting in part as follows:
Cloths and Cassimeres, various styles,
Fancy Prints, do. do.
Alapaca Lustre; ao. Figured,
Silks, Frode Ryne,
do. Montella
do. Satin Striped
Fancy Cashmere Robes
do. Merino do.
do. Delaine do.
Muslins, India Book
do. Swiss, Luce and Colored
Edgings, Lisle, Cap and Thread
Shawls, Damask Silk
do. Marino,
do. Plaid Wool
Kid, Lace and Silk Gloves
Tuskan Gipsey Bonnets, latest fashion
Ribbons in all varieties
Brown Shirting, 7-8, 4-4 and 3-1
Bleaclied do. 7-8, 5-4, 4-4, 10-4 and 11-4
Blankets, 6-4 and 8-4
Ingrain and Cotton Carpeting
Carpet Bags
Hats and Caps, all styles
Boots and Shoes
Clothing ot all kinds.
Also, a neat assortment of JEWELRY, and
many other articles too numerous to mention.
Call and examine for yourselves.
M. N. SCOTT & BROTHER,
Dec 23 Cor. Water and Centre sts.
B. Ellison & Co., Cor. Watcr and
Chiestnut sts.
SHIP CHANDLERY.
M ANILLA and Hemp Cordage of all sizes,
Hambroline, Wormline, Marline, Spun-
yarn, Oaknm, Sperm Oil, Fall do, Whale do, Olive
do, Linseed do, Raw do, Boilpd do, Spirits Tur-
peniine, Paints, Window Glass, Putty, White
Lead, Red do, Yellow Ochre, Chrome Green,
I'.mmeradd do, Imperial do, Chrome Yellow, Ver-
digris, Liihtrage, Sulphur, Bright Varnish, Copal
do, 'Tar, Rosin, Pitch, Turpentine, Coal, Paint
Brushes, Varnish do, Tar do, Scrub do. Clamp do,
Lamp Black, Chalk, Whiting, Russia Duck. Eng-
lish do, Cotton do, Heavy Ravens do, Light do,
White, Blueand Hed Bunting, Nails, Copper do,
do Tacks, Ship Spikes, Boat do, Brads, Screws,
Jack Screws, Anchors, Iandspikes, Capstain
Bars, Oars, Blocks, Shives, Jib Hanks, Hand
Pumps, Deck Buckets, Cedar do, Deck- Brooms,
Corn do, Caulking Mallets, Sarving do, Axes, Axe
Shelves, [looks and Thimbles, Box Hooks, Bale do,
Can do. Colton do, Boat do, Fish do, Caulking
Irons, Making Irons, Marline Spikes, Ship Scra-
pers, Bung Dippers, Cook's Ladles, Tormentor-,
Dividers, Compasses, Sail Needles, Sail Twine,
Seine do, Sewing do, Palms, Rigging Leather,
Pump do, Shovels, Hammers, Ilatchels. Chisels,
Augurs, Planes, Haidsaws, Gimblets, Handsaw
Files, Eat Tail do, Iron Squares, Cupboard Locks,
Stock do, Hooks and Staples, Hinges, Padlock%,
Wood Sav(s, Pendant Haulyards, Hand Lines.
Deep Sea do, Log do, Fish do, Hand Leads, Deep'
Sea do, Sheet do, Bar do, Funnels, Lanthorns,
Chalk Lines, Pitch Pots, Log Books, Cargo do,
Belaying Pins, Tin Ware, Crockery, Carpenter's
Tools, Sampson Posts, &c zc.
Apalachicola, Dec. 9, 1847.


SheriffIs Sale.
BY virtue of two fl. fas., to me directed, from
the Circuit Court of Franklin county, one in
favor of George Sinclair, and one in favor of R.
J. Moses vs. Henry Hodges, I have levied upon
and will expose to sale to the highest bidder, at
the Court House door, the Council Chamber, that
being the place of holding Court, in the City of
Apalachicola, Franklin county, on the first Mon-
day in March next, within the legal hours of sale,
the following described property, to-wit: The
dwelling house, situate in the city of Apalachi-
cola, on lot numce.r ten, block number nine, cor-
ner of Centre and Liveoak streets, property of
defendant. JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff.
By B. LUCAS, D. S.
Jan. 26, 1848. 2-tds


FRESH GOODS,
No. 39 Water-street.
R ECEIVED per brig B. G. Lamar and schr.
Elizabeth, from New York-
SHOES-Calf "Clay" Ties; do Nullifiers; I.
Rubber Over Shoes, with leather heels
and soles.
HATS-'"Amidons," Beaver and Moleskin, in
extreme fashion ; also, a variety suitable
to country trade.
GLOVES-Kid, Silk, Linen, Woolen and Buck,
of all varieties.
HOSIERY-Cotton, Woolen and Silk.
ALso-A few fasionable Pilot Over Coats,
Black Sacks, Pants, Vests, &c.
Jan 13, 1848. M. P. ELLIS.


In Chancery--Franklin Connty.
Mary Green, by her next friend,
vs. >Bill for Di-
James Green, Defendant. vorce.
TIIE Court having been assured by affidavit
of complainant in the above cause, that
James Green resides beyond the State of Florida,
but within the United States, it is ordered (hat a
hearing be had upon the facts changed in said
bill at the regular term of Court next ensuing
the date of this order, and thereupon to pass a
decree in the same manner as il the defendant
had appeared and were present in Court: Pro-
vided always that a copy of this order shall have
been published in some newspaper of this State
for the space of three months at least before tie
first day of said term, and due proof of said pub-
lication be made to said Court.
GEO. S. HAWKINS, Judge, &c.
A True Copy.
WILLIAM VALLEAU, Clerk.
Apalachicola, Dec. 25, 1847. 50-3m
Calt oii-n Cireapit Court.
Fall Term, 1S47.
David J. Mears, )
vs. Bill for Divorce.
Elizabeth Maars.
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court
that the defendant resides out of the Western
Circuit of Florida, and out of the State, it is
ordered that said defendant be required to appear
and answer this bill of complaint on the lst
Monday in April, A. D. 1848, and in default
thereof this said bill be taken pro confesso, and
that this order be published in some newspaper
in this Circuit, for the space of three months
before the day ordered for the said hearing.
THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.
December 7, 1847. 49-3m
In District Court of the United
States, for the Northern Dis-
trict of Florida.
IN ADMIRALTY.
Daniel N. McLean, and)
others, owners of the
steam boat Augusta, I
vs. ? Libel for Collision.
The Steam Boat Eufaula,
her tackle, apparel and
furniture. j
N OTICE is hereby given to all whom it may
N concern, that by virtue of an attachment
warrant of arrest, issued in the above cause, I
have seized and taken the above mentioned Steam
Boat Eufaula, her tackle, apparel and furniture,
to answer to the libel filed therein, for damages
for a collision, in a cause civil and maritime.-
That the said process is returnable before the
District Court of the United States for the North-
ern District of Florida, at the Clerk's office of
said Court, in the city of Apalachicola, on the
third Monday (17th day) of May, instant, at 10
A. M., at which time and place the said cause
is to be heard.
Dated at Apalachicola, this 15th day of May,
in the year 1847. ROBERT MYERS,
U. S. Marshal.
by H. R. TA.iLOR, D. M.
May 22, 184-7. 19-tf


Sheriff's Sale.
BY virtue of a mortgage fieri facias, to me di-
rected, from the Circuit Court of Franklin
County, in favor of Henry G. Guyon, versus Jane
Vallou, Adm'x estate of J. W. Flavel, deceased,
and William Valleau, her husband, I have levied
on the south halt of Lot 5, Block 15, and the im-
provements thereon, being the premises mort-
gaged by J. W. Flavel, deceased, to plaintiff in
execution, and will expose the same for sale at
the usual hours of sale, in front of the Market
House, Apalachicola, that being the usual place
for holding Court, on the first Monday in March
next, to satisfy said fi fa.
JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff,
By B. LucAs, Deputy.
Ap-alaehicola, Feb. 3, 1848.
Hardware.
PLAINS, Plain Irons, single and double, Ham-
mers, Draw Knives, Augurs, Auguer Bits,
Spring Braces, Timber Scribes, Turn Screws,
Marking Guages, Mortice do, Saw Sets, Wood
Rules, Adzes, Wrenches, Saws, Locks, Hooks
and Staples, Butts, Screws, Hinges, Shutter Bolts,
Brads, Tacks, Copper Wire, Melting Ladles, Rat
Traps, Axes, Hatchets, Coffee Mills, Sledge Ham-
mers, Smith Tongs, Mill Saws, Anvils, &c. &c.
For sale by B. ELLISON & Co.
Dee 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.


MRORE NEW GOODS!
T HE subscriber will be receiving and opening
in a few days, an entire new and extensive
assortment of READY MADE CLOTHING,
direct from the Manufactory, consisting in part of
100 blanket and pilot cloth Overcoats, assorted
style and colors
50 Monkey Jackets
Sailors' blue and gray Round Coats
Sack, Frock, and Dress Coats
Cloth, Cassimere, Satinett, Janes and Tweeds
Pants, various styles
Flannel Shirts and Drawers
Heavy canton flannel Shirts, Drawers and Sin-
gletts
Fancy cambric and Linen Shirts
Gents. and Boys' fine linen bosom Shirts
Fancy and plain Vests
Hickory Shirts; plain muslin ditto
Suspenders, Gloves, &c.
All or any portion of the above will~be sold to
the trade at New York Factory prices. Terms
made easy. Call and examine the stock.
JNO. S. HUTCHINSON, Agt. Factory,
No. 28 Water street, up stairs.
Apalachicola, Dec. 16, 1817. 48-tf


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Hydraulic Cotton Press.
T HE subscriber is happy to inform his former
patrons, and ship masters generally, that he
has the above press in tip top ordrr, and is now
prepared to compress cotton as well as can be
done by any other press in the city, and on as
good if not on better terms. All he asks is a trial
The warehouse is now in good order, and ready
to receive cotton on storage.
JNO. S. HUTCHINSON, Agent.
Apalachicola, Dec. 16, 1847, 48-tf
5HHDS St. Croix Sugar;
15 do New Orleans Sugar;
20 bbls St Croix ,'
5 bxs Stewart's Loaf "
10 bbls ground "
100 sacks Rio Coffee; 50 do Java ;
40 bxs Aromatic Tobacco;
50 Mnft'd do.;
20 Sperm Candles; 50 bxs brownSoap;
100 bags Shot; 50 kegs Powder;
1000 lbs Lead ;
200 kegs White Lead, No. 1, Extra and Pure.
For sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO.
Dec 30 41 Water street.


Provisions !
"UST received per schrs. Elizabeth Hull and
Santa Rosa, from New Orleans-
50 bbls Flour; 20 bxs Cheese;
10 hf bbls Butter Crackers; 10 firkins Butter;
10 bbls Pilot Bread; 20 keg Leaf Lard;
500 lbs super Bagg'd Hams;
3 hhds N 0 Sugar;
Which will be sold low by
Jan 6 E McCULLY, 50 Water st.


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AMERICAN
Net and Twine Manufacturing
Company,
12 COMMERCIAL-STRFEE,
(Up Stairs,) BOSTON.
Manufacturers and Dealers in Bryan's Patent
Twine Stands, Post Office Twines, Baleing and
Bundle Twines, McCarty's Cotton Herring Twine,
Cotton Seine Twine, Tanned and Untanned, Flax
Hefling 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.
A'. B. NVets and Seines knit to order at short
notice. B. ELLISON & Co., Agents,
October 14,1847. 39tf Apalachicola


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.


Gold Pens.
A FEW of Woodward & Brother's superior
Gold Pens, just received and for sale by
October 21. J C. ALLEN.


Groceries, &c.
UST received from New York, per brig Alaba-
ma, a general assortment of Groceries, &c.
consisting in part as follows, viz :
Crushed Sugar, "a fine article,"
Pickles, assorted, Lemon Syrup,
Cog. Brandy, a super, article,"
Com. do.
Holland Gin, of the best quality,
Northern Gin, Peach Brandy,
St. Croix and Jamaica Rum,
Maderia, Port and Malaga Wines,
Soap, Candles and Starch,
N. 0. Rectified Whiskey,
Brown N. 0. Muscovado and St. Croix Sugar,
Bacon Sides, &c. &c.
All of which will be sold low by
E. McCULLY,
Nov 11 50 Water st.


MOFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND PHOENIX
BITTERS, just received and for sale by
Nov 28 H. F. ABELL, Druggist.
Hops,
F RESH Fall Crop, for sale by
April 17 H. F. ABELL.


Western Produce.
ST. LOUIS Flour, Ohio do, Lard, Whiskey,
Sugar, choice and prime, Molasses, Pork, mess
and prme, Bacon, Hams, Sides and Shoulders, for
sale by B. ELLISON & Co.
Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.


MIap Agents Wanted.
T HE subscriber wishes to engage in the sale of
his Maps a number of young and middle
aged men of moral and business habits, as tra-
velling agents. Having completed new and
greatly improved editions of his Universal Atlas,
72 Maps; large Map of the World, Reference
and Distance Map of the United States, National
Map of the United States-- also, a variety of
other Maps, including several Maps of Mexico,
the subscriber is prepared to furnish agents, for
cash, at the lowest possible prices.
Address,
S. AUGUSTUS MITCHELL,
Northeast corner of Market and Seventh
Dec 30 Streets, Philadelphia.


Dry Goods.
RILLINGS, Tickings, Cotton Osnaburgs,
Linseys, Kerseys, Jeans, Flannels, Blan-
kets, Tweeds, Shirtings, Sheetings, Checks,
Ginghams, Calicoes, Delanes, Hosiery, &c. &c.
For sale by B. ELLISON & CO.
Dee 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.
Candies.
A FEW boxgs of Stewart's Refined Candies,
for sale by E. McCULLY,
Nov 11 50 Water st.


Guava Jellies.
N different sized boxes, just received from Ha-
vana, and for sale by
Dec 23 E McCULLY.


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


Castile Soap, "
TUST received, an'd for sale by ... -J
J Nov 11 H. F: ABELJL'. i"-
/OFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND PHffNIX
M BITTERS, just received and for sale'by .,"
Nov 21 '.J.-C. ALLEN. "
SHEETINGS, Shirtings .and iPrints, by 0tjbf, ...
S bale and case, low for. cash, by. '^ "j ?"
B. ELLISON & CO. " |
Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut s(B. '|

'.I0:t


Cordials.
A FEW dozen bottles, just received from Ha-
vana, and for sale by
Dec 23 E McCULLY.


Wood Ware, &e.
BARREL Covers, Painted Pails, Tubs, Flour
Pails, Measures, Trays, Axhelves, Buckets,
Brooms, &c. &c. for sale by
B. ELLISON & Co.
Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.


Groceries and Ship Stores.
RIO COFFEE, Java do, St. Domingo do,
Northern Flour, Western do; N 0 Sugar,
St. Croix do, Porto Rico do, Young Hyson Tea,
Hyson do, Powchong do, Souchong do, Goshen
Butter, Cheese, Lard, Bacon Hams, Sides, Shoul-
ders, Molasses, Whiskey, Mess and Prime Beef,
Mess and Prime Pork, Mackerel. Shad, Salmon,
Herring, Sounds and Tongues, Cod Fish Tongues,
Pepper, Spices, Catsups, Pepper Sauce, Olives,
Capers, Pickles, Soap, Starch, Tobacco, Navy
Bread, Pilot do, Crackers, Vinegar, Dried Fruits,
Beans, Salt, Raisens. Macaroni, Vermacelli, Ar-
row Root, Corn, Oa~s, Buckwheat, Mustard, Rice.
For sale by B. ELL1SON & CO.
Eec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.


BOOTS, Shoes and Brogans, by the case;
Women's Shoes and Buskins;
Men's, Boys and Youth's Brogans;
,, ,, fine sew'd Brogans;
Men's pegged Boots;
fine sewed Boots;
Russet Brogans. For sale by
B. ELLISON & CO.,
Dee 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.


Syrups.
5DOZ. assorted Syrups, of superior quality,
just received from Havana, and for sale by
Dec 23 E McCULLY.


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


Candied Fruit.
TUST received from Havana, and for sale by
J Dee 23 E McCULLY.


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


Bagging and Rope,
FOR sale by E. McCULLY,
Nov 11 50 Water st.
Cider.
5 BBLS Champagne, for sale by
0 Dec 30 B ELLISON. Co.


Molasses.
50\ HHDS West Indies; 50 tierces Florida,
(JU for sale by B. ELLISON & CO.
Dec 30 Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.


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


PROSPECTUS


Uegai NOtttC .


OF THE

FLORIDA WHIG,
A WEEKLY PAPER,
TO BE PUBLISHED IJX MARI3lNXrJd.
THE undersigned propose publishing in the
Town of Marianna, Jackson county, Florida, a
weekly newspaper with the above title.
This paper will be devoted to Literature, Agri-
culture, and Science; it will also contain the
current news of the day and articles in support of
the Whig Policy.
The want of a local paper has been severely
felt in Jackson, Walton and Washington coun-
ties, and has led to the proposed establishment of
this Journal.
The undersigned hope to obtain sufficient pat-
ronage to enable them to commence its publica-
tion by the 1st of September.
TERMs-Three dollars per annum, in advance.
$3 50 if paid within six months; or $4 00 at the
end of the year.


Osnaburgs.
0 /BALES Georgia Osnaburgs, on consign-
10 iment, for sale by
Dee J. DAY & Co.




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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: February 17, 1848
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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L I n E It T AS. COXSTITUTIO. NOT1tpThJ 1 A.APALACHICOLA i
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VOLUME vI.i] THUBSDAY FEBRUARY 17. 1848. niwwn fi

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COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER) { II, -- aunf1tt.. .. -Qfrcctorj. ?.. J. FLYNN, ._ Jotr! I I I maison-, and -lived just I long enough to see- dreams- it was a paradise- to. him. But
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rUBUSMKD EVERY THURSDAV KY ------ ------ (Late T. CL.-//JA.) --- '- -,- -. -----.-------_-- j I I the first fall of him she continued to love, beautiful and lovely as it was, fur from being

J. L. WY.1IAX.IV. : UIIlcr".ootl A; Cuighll.'AILORS BOOT ANDSIIOE MAKER [For the Commercial Advertiser ] I''with undoing affection. a paradise if it was once fixed as their per

CONTINUES to on the Till; IESL'fl1tECTION. The next step was to supply her place.A manent abode, if they were ever so fortunate

G. -11- DAVIS, Editor.nT. BALTZELL'S BUILDING, CHESTXUT-ST. '. buines io Apalachicola carry, opposite J; AX AP.ALACHIAX. sister of the Emperor Alexander was talked as to be permited to euter there. For say

Apalachicola, Fa. the City Hotel in Centre st. Ye Chiistian i worshippers. whose iWtips: years of but objections were made by her i ihe sage Imla. speaking to his Prince .. I

Third Story nl1tz:;: lJ's Building, corner uf (lr:;- All orders attended to with punctuality I Having Mipcrior workmen, he is Of Have faith form'd, and hope,living and charity souls for, and endless Itar:iove family on religious grounds. Bonaparte know not one of all your attendants, who

Commerce and Chestnut streets. : and_dt.patC'h. Jan. 20) I confident that all who may patronize him will i joys unknown your in qlmimis, seems lo have bf'enVcll pleased with this I Iesuht does not lament the hour when he entered

:I find! that they have called at the right s-hop.! i \nc up your IlarsHark( sister 1 world5oLovt spirits say. , as it left him at liberty to look towards here." This is the disposition that bears

ThllMS.D.I .lhrs per annum M. X. Scott & Brother, French Calf Skin, Morocco and Patent Leather i "Corne 1,1.! ( period come millennial day \ the young Archduchess of Austria I rule the wide world over and is the source
QeBsciurms.- within WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL DEALERS IN' Roots and Shoes made to order, of the latent and Tit Kingdoms (If this world are now our Lord'st I towards whom he have indulged of more than all
,:1 ;') if paid six may certain disquiet things besides.e .
in advance, or mo t approved Also Patent Leather Gaiter ; are fuliiljed! blessed Savior's words." II I -
paid style. our (1)
'f DRY GOODS .
or 1 I J if paid; thereafter. CLOTHING!I BOOTS, SHOES Roots and Shoes made in II I lt tender feelings. Eugene, the son of '% would fain change places with some
onthl. a superior
B'; sl1b- rr'lon taken for a !less term than six HATSc... will keep constantly on hand a large manner.He and It is the I Ilcd'irrection: morn The first, I the t repudiated Josephine, was deputed lo j I! one who in fact is not IP!S dissatisfied than
!o thsaT1 *2 wil!! invariably: be chan:"d for Cor. Water and Centre-streets, assortment of Ready Made Uoots, Shoes selected When only Christian dead iheirslumbers! burst; arrange a match. In a trice the match was ourselves. The great difficulty is, we judgetoo
m be discontinued untilL1arrearaesare I
Xo p-it'r will Dec 23 Forall the wicked low in (!d.ukne. lie,
thtt period p uJ, unlt''s at tltl" oplOn: of lilt' Apalacliicdla. Fa. and Dro ans. All mending&c., done with neat I Until! a thousand of bliss pis;: by ; (2) made: neither of the parties having ever seen I much from appearance*-we do not, -jl

A. nodgt ness and promptitude, and on terms that cannot,L Fi,r salil Saint I.wl.lho"e years who: HI Christ are dead the oiher. The espousals were celebrated | can: not see ihe burden on the heart. Many

prietor.ADVIRTIIf.n:.r .-Olle"lUJrP, (t tw'h'e] I line-i SIIIPPIXG & CODIISSroIERCILT. tail to be recognised as in kaepiiiR with the competition ,'''Xre o'er earthly bed ; (:) at Vienna on ihe llth of March, 1810. less an one, whose happiness we envy. should
wiU bl inj-rtl. at the rale ol One Dollar !- in trade and the closeness of the times.Apalachicolj Tint; all in (.rder-first, our Lord arose, 11 than three months after the divorce. The '' they give utterance lo their real feelings

or \I'i for)tbt"tir..t, an1ty( Cents for every subselios" No. -1U Water Street, -'-,-Dec. 9. 1- n. 47GmUnderwood I Whoseoicc h"l! break the Christian's long repose person of Napoleon was represented( l by his would say like Rasselas 1 am merry to
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quent Doc :",. Apalachicola, Fa.WM. A thousand vear=-and foe shall know favorite Berlhier. In a few days M.iria conceal my sadness."
bv tV liberal ---- -- -- --- ACnigh, everv
rot! vh 'niJk aUvrti-e'"it .1111 !'('rli year'/Mn a<>nt. not W. ;;IM... 'V M. W. CH EcvKii /'fD" I f', Ii' .: .? '.. .'"<, I 'hf Savior's triuirij, ; o'er the world: below. (-) Louisa set out for Paris. j As a beam o'er the face cf the waters may slow.!
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ci,; ')11till! b'me < well Suits V Cliccvcr, :..jQ ; When about a day's journey from Pari. While! the tide runs in darkness and coldricrs below
trVtlv;; o-rtaia11Z t... tVir .v.vn in by them* a will C O )f1 I S S I lOX MERCHANTS, RESPECTl'TLLY oiiert heir services : I He tlllOlle come:!-the .Ai.ctei.t One, whose dazzling a horseman entirely unattended( rode up to I So the clifk may be tmg'd with a waim sunny
,. all!I ld! aUvrtis'tMJiit'eit: to the citizens of i- I smilr,
Cilice Xn. 36 Water street.dor2T 4' Apalachicola : her carriage and it. She
b.' c'l' rfK'J at the avail rates. Apalachicola, Via.Roberts and the county (,I' Franklin I, Like fiery flamon burning ss 1t.I. moves on ; stopt alighted. I Though! the cold heart to ruin runs dirkfy! iLe
L l le-a aJvertisem-nts must b? paid forD -- '!, I His Zfiriiicnt white a* driven "" .\ seen. and was instantly clasped in the embrace of while.
aAH: '- :\, generally, in the !line of telur pro And hair I like of-il\er sh I
> the
plr'1,001 rii. (5)) French
ill a va'We. Alton & Co.. fession. Having monthly communication A fiery stream forth from 1 I.e-fore him flies Emperor. Napoleon was not .|I The daily experience of every one bears testimony -
lUrs will be chared! for aariouncftns DEALERS IX HARDWARE AND! SHIP \ : punctilious about the forms of and
(rjfl'e J... t'i with the pnncipal And AIllulahrtfu I ;- marriage. lo the truthfulness of ihis-mortals
: iihfp, fflr (,:lkE"I CilANDLEUY IRON, STEEL NAILS, Northern cities Ten,, \.ral.II(5!, ; they lodged together at Soissons. They
tn (:1"1 ii they will be enabled | : : move, I are not always what they serm. It is believed
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1- \I! d'li''l"f?. fp'n a ,., :L'ft'I't'l.rl' SPIKES AND CASTING, I \\1\ I to furnish their patron at all \\ile !(a'lly ho=ta" (.rlcl.lin! his matchless love. were married a few days afterward in Paris, i hat; we could change places with
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i \t: 11 t j.' t lOr Iy A'nl IT'inuJliclurcrs of Tin Iron and .
1'' 1'Tl 1:11: Copper .., t ':2 timcswith, the NEWEST AND LATKsTpj. with great pomp. A singular circumstance but few if
without back
A the earth Ilw'ivi. looking witH
.. -tiOln. rrnnd lightnings roam- any
t,, 1'1''lrf \W\ rcs. --- .. vrEsor F.vsimv.1 t'rt i>. occurred ;at one of the fetes which followed. I
.=- _. ------- -- l--c'l I I Winds war M nh vvind-and da-hin foam will foam sadness 10 the place we had left Lehin.1.I -
-- __ _. Apalachimla, Fa. monthly, S/lowing at a vitw the inott Fashion: The inadoVn'd! cloud are hollow in through the The dancing-room a temporary structuie Every thing connected wilh the situation of
able I I
A J Directory.V.ii. 'Cf.uji. ;'.i advantage to a fashionable 'I'omaurlltX. And tl.ishing cities in tl.e whirlwinds fly I I may seem more
( :Ia.. n(=crs *V Co., 13: ( ; was the spread of the fl-unes that several I from the circumstances thai
enllefa'nforrl. ng Gowns and Evening I The croaii'tig! earth tretiibhng i her course, I : give us pain.
G. I* .vJ, v A Co. C 0 .M .M I L. S 1 lOX MElChIANTS I: i were burned to death them t
And i- persons than
hoarser !
Wrappers made (to order; Cloaks of even i te'nvoi(( im-re hoarse : among our own. But we are not constitutedalike
1\I \.t E3.; < u; J'.V.V: ; -<:} C' "\I\1NZ1ON .!.. W.itrr street I, description; made in the u"tial fen's ot t t the day'; I Hut:' luirk, "'h.11 !n i.1.i I ('" i-= that I hear, t the sister of Prince Schwartzenbury I and where others appear lo enjoy
: 11.T. (* 2'J Apularhirola, Fa.J. Like 1 i Sitat"iiiiiid: ,! >-r bur-tin the l
.4. *4' ; Walking and Riding Gaitnrs made in a s'periurInant3cr :on ear had! civen the bill. It was recollected thata themselves we might be far from being hap
'\.1 :r..f. J Iltn'l 'Tis ( ;- trump, that; e"lo: the dead to
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,1. .\'I'I'I.F\! Sr.ivrv-: T. II. Aubnv ; Tunic Dres-es arid jo\"* Clot hes cl I And hld..lric\"elements to their strife. similar accident had occurred at a similar I py. Rasselas travelled into foreign lands,

-- 1 J. N:eve:2s9i iV Co. every description made i in a neat and l'.i.hionablutle. cra-I entertainment civ 'n on the occasion of the I and carefully examined into ihe situation
if: : rII I n : 'HJ11., LV': i'otlh; .t. l .All garments made at this establishment Now 0 mv soul!, the \fit "cene behold! marriage of the unfortunate Louis XVI. of
class of resolved choose
..,.,...J.-.... -f"'ll' <"... C..., Ci It XI I.1I1 I : JOX J MIJR I: CHANTS war(wIn] to fit. See the white! l 1.Ut :from hoary ocean TOnJ' with Marie Antoinette, also an Austrian his every men. to
that
C 1.t11.\11 < N.. j jr.; .. r-'r.-t, IMALI:;;> ix I IHJY) GOODSc.; ., Entrance: on Chr-tnut sttvet. Frol ca\e"and {.ral rer-f. to gather more. low, who were most happy. He sought
., October I .Ye nloldtfi: ; dead, come forth from 'neath the After ihe direful retreat from Moscow, long and and last
D.MJ A : .;: ._. .HI., X.i.Jo \,-.It-r Strc-t, 11 J, \1Sl7.\ 3' -*irni ; end !" diligently at "content
-- t the Austrian Emperor united with the other
.- -- -- !M v. "'?. 1 17 .\It' : Fa. i (W- A plate of Fall and Winter i to go back to his early home. fur he found
.*. ; I'UrI.. II Fashionj'ist j t TIl}-us-nirg earth oh*>v ::11 voice (.f GOD ;
'i ft --.1 .a r.CO -- European and declared war against
i. >lt -, -- --- --- I rt'e':1\'\d.I The 1 ground is while with b< of human kind powers sadness and sorrow alike in the hut of the
." I. .' A !.' n 1 NG J-iuc.i.Aii i PA-. I II.-.\II;:. J. '.\. h his
S HI S I \ r \ son-in-law notwithstanding the family
: : I ---- And nsuunuin; : Letij'a the! ( ccdti's coat has hn'd. shepherd and in the palace of "in!,. He
'I .* :. '.* : I .\ V" "V 1'CC ,5. .tp.i'" (f.. {:O. DEW DEOl3Cor. alliance. When Napoleon was driven lo found] that the (lowly I trembled afraid of
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iMhIsslN i \If.'I.1 1 i I A N TS, I Fpcak-sa !icI ( swe.t accord Elba his wife refused any longer to unite those who had power-and the owerfutweie !
,ivfl .\ :: 1.1 i:" 1 Ir1;it Nil Z'2 \\' t.r-t-.t, The -mblms _' __..___ And h her fate with his. It is probable that she ever in disquiet. (tearing that they
-- I I te.2 AIIoIJ WiIlC"I.. Fa. c"ltrif:Loiieileap! to their Idlow bone,
11:3ii J;t':: t'. JiiHjII. t f''f-: -z"nt, f>r I.fr.viiA, -ft, .Ant tor tlif I I. U, I P U: And c.'me ::0 Iwhll\rm to their own ; (6) would have followed him. but for ihe advice should be brought low. The poor envied
J I..U-tlt.>', t... ..vh.* A ._--ro-. j t.' .1-:1.1: iji"'-.ir.ttq Cii.:'tb.* '' 1 1'rI"-"-t'n 1 InttisrnicfO. : rWt And on each fiaine I"W a= Alpine no\v, and remonstrance of her relatives. But they the wealth of the rich. and .the rich the quietof

rtilJ :: ." a.Ji"; -iJ.t; id ju..a i.jnc- Co." Hartford I i oon ?hrll; i'lmo1 liloonsinz !beauty sov.The were now parted forever. By her however, the poor-both being afrke) unhappy. He
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-- Commerce: and CerlIfil he hail: a son, whose birth was hailed by the heard
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; ,: rr.\N' - I each, by svtt ainbro-nl breezes fann'd some speak a a man
anrsu'f 1 :
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.../ .- (vvv t5. : f" 1.:,}...., n. ;:. \'t"nod c.qct.: .. r IH'j i: <8'ibscri'ier' r'<: ortlsilh: u'ill'' :I.ci s I') his I I Itecpivi-s: the Hul-Iw! !breathing air moves by French nation with the hihest enthusiasm. in wild seclusion had dwelt for many years.
Xt. .*,! .r .1.1r ." ..,t. coil.IU"jdXXC !rouVAioiXjMKiJCH ) : :; JL fuelds; .iid!, the 1'ubiic! ih.it he ia., opened N i5-ing white n-!,es.f: irmorclI\: To this: son Napoleon gave the title of far off from other men, alone, and he siled
." :_ i:I ( : I .\XI>, t the abne IIUUM' A snice is sweetly .n?, bj"all} 0 breath .King of Rome"-a title rendered completely him in his And he
look-
tb e1_ \ ,ti uc'.lta.l and S'llClt"!t M.: -ir P.J t ri.fl.e. And from ,' ." lonely cavern as
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Eternal youth: the rosy eh *ek I .nowbear, upon iliereapparently
\IT.T.\VJII. tH.. 1'iW.orf H.rJ -- --AM- -!elin.I:_. :-.. .- I.-FJ. Ni--ember 2";, J I' Ii. -10-if. And rninsling jO\> ii.l! all! the tuneful air t ; t lune heaped; on ihe father's head. for-I I envy of poverty Run] ihe anxieiy of wealth,

W.r-1 :\ .n. :!.un. A. '. ld %.. X. C. Ronnr s. Cii.t. PKATT.: 1-- Drislit are ;!1 ?! .t'f.-! = love and ?!orv giv., Bonaparte died in his 1J0yh ori. Had I he almost resolved thai be moo would be ahermir.

r"4.,M.a .\1\11'i'. A,- j t 4i i A'.fr v :.'r'1.\\T.: 'r.-rt.i! .-''If'. :. .t. X. Mt1iy Ar <;0. SANS iiiii: HOTEL And live sweet!" the HKetnig cries. ttey: !live-th- l lived he might; have embarrased J the political I But when lIe was about 10 cos-

3 lj \ M'IV'n V"1. afT.iirs of Frnncc. and) possililin! ,he r.'fu1fe the old man-the dweller of thi
I' CD :\: .\ I issiox : !CHANTS; lliiHal't1
.. aJou. Kr..ni the (!ad h I. n.b ti.: Lord (.f lif-forth came course of revolutionary changfp. he might wood on (he beauty and quiet of his forest
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Ai'i'ripc.. In de.ith t f l have been acknowledged
: : h"f"r ?klw ; by the French nation home, he interrupted him When
\\'JJ' {' 4\ : : :i.-r.Ii": !>;. 1 I' Ajul.irhiculj: ; I Fa. n t: s T AUK A x 1' And 1"lel we J"e. nit one drforni'd vvill!! be, their lawful! saying b
I'l ..I'l: l 1'J \XT .* -- ..- h __ lIIl')1 N..r ; > et e.ich! human fi-itne we see I as sovereign. I I first came lo this place: its quiet and l
\ >. :ii '.x.t -r ''t.-t, .5. 52. c rj J. ,u.rACTOl Hnll. :i.-:-.-'rj THE public! are. r.-s-.r <-:IJI\; !! i.lut: ) Anj coui.tenance.: p'--mbie-! ; so the oneWe Maria Louis is described as a woman of novelty tnide it a'tradive to one weary of

<. 1. '." ;":. \ nU-'i"- ', "i ; :: >; x C\ItIS.-h'N) MERCHANT:! ', tr th.it tlJal)\ <: "-la'.I: !,!tr.e'lr, ; !; has been hoe Iwf.T. d,'ehiie If life li" gi nn, I good sense graceful manners. amiable lem- the turmoil of life-but its novelty is gone .

--- :.-- ---- N'). I i's \\.'tiTirff t ;3JJenlir.-ly l'I.filfcd. a\1:: If l.i\V| Oj-el for tin'i"cepMon rl 1).t ; wil I kdovv ; tVii-ri'1's inihiar ftl". [((1)1', and great simplicity and artlessness and to,morrow I shall leate his iilacer .'*- /1 1I
*,. A: oJ. !V 52S>r.A l } of [i'-iiuiieit t alai t I Ir.uisie.'it; : fl-: ;.'.. rami -=, And !o. OM' each other? forms shall trace. I'' ,- ,
.". D- < I 12 .\r.\ icur-iiM. FAprofessional long It i<.. limvpvpr. only. ns lhf wife \innFenn.. ,. ..... I Ii i, !liprtnif tint. lianiiT. And lVt I
.r.t ? > suW'iibi -- --- '-- -- use pv&perience
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the I.v
I, I ) j % i \ .. '. \ \ i! '. :'lLTj. r. ', r-J h'ij !rict ulll-nt'n: :'n t ti.cbn.sir.Css i I -- ---- --- --
-. .. -_ ._ -r, Ah, who! IH-- not parttd friend to 10H.yowf i! and as I the Empress of France. that she .f ihe world sincetime
doth
began
*.% .d r r- 1'1'.101 1 I. i n'ti-i. i44.i' n'.v:. I <.J 1 their: !!:.f M-e tu I b isec i'f! tnn< !iem :011 \ t
i5 1 t.I j'1 1 >' i'n" I tr ,; tX'otfccs.iut riideiiiij tlll'.irI iet I. (()tI.I4 t.hlc.! Their !tab!.' tinlilv! i i'i :!lonoii,wildnbove! 1 figures in hi toTHall she followed her testify, that no situation in life is free from

X.: 1 i.' '/-J! ri't, I will be supplied.:' at ail I titni'.s withvirv: delicucvthe !. Their h hI In i *.x-eIation: seeehleIraijies of ihti- IiI reod'rin, ?(7)I in the clay, I:i j h hi husband) in his exile she would have earned sorrow. And we sadly deceive! ourselves if

Vir 11__\_"l..i.- .'_:'. nII. -. rt q f r. I' ,', I mark t .1(11( ids. Plur.K':? and Cafjhills, ofvcsels Tut 'b! .-ir u'lnd souls :hnlu IJalh'irm5 Jo\: ) we lay, I j I I lasting horor. and independent fame. we expect by fleeing to escape it. or by *ny
\Si .ih.I i'' i.J \\r) ( .1) 14L J J.I I 1))) '. ill find this convenient h'-u-e.. :" I IJ 1 I
i' .V1>"II. 14 \ a very Sh.iilviiii! !ier, 'i.-ter spirit, come away. (S) II[ She never saw him after his departure from change of circumstances lo avoid it ; and if

'V I':. -- \ -. : \ "'\ '<; ;" "!1.. :'_; ::\I !it. (:ud at III" resd; : ':W" c''rt.c-r IJ1 I I GaUlt';; O)ster.-s, &cervctl up at :ili'hours and I I Paris, to meet the embattled lesions of .I after examining our situation we find that it
t\.llr.. .t., J tIl'1 i -! 1 tile M.UI-UIII, in i the ber-J tijle. TIe I>ar w.ll, be w.-ll !fio .cd J there- no jc v, when in thp war (.f [)"ath .
<, ( which he overwhelmed.nor
u:: : i K ) i ;. l': I -IN ,:>, J'.u.vrs' jii-iJtf I Europe. by was is not so bad as it might be, let us. cot be in
with the choiccIrlIf' ;, i te.ir.th, > breath,
I.i'tIId Sfgars.Attached aqonizm .
) *? ?, ;J'. \ -" %: f., V--. fJ'II'0\' to the tdbli'hrnent is a Billiard! Sa- To\'I..le will tboei weep around u here I did she appear lo cherish fur him the haste to add lo our sorrows the blight of
\'< .- \ r' f"i': : .*"It'1..to.: f >' l" ; She had loved
ijtni'iy. l) Shall to our i ht IO slightest 1 regard. him but discontent.
j : 'oi.tal. ou.. loon, spaciou-: and well lit up. TIIIIII\1 si; a:aiii rf,>pedr
"T: ir. t''! C -.tsril: 4 i i ..rr r1-, ye-. \e soulwhile lives I I ihe Emperor of France. The
mercy only as constancy -
Grateful l fcr favors the siib-rribors Iro.t
; SUC; EON DENTIST 1 past hope
Vir! I \ j.h.; i'.i. 1 It-rn: 'il truth this! consolation I
-.- m- I that their friends and the public will continue: to gives. j I of woman was not hers. Had. the ECOE.NE SUE.-The author of Parisiad
j li-;--i-i-I; A;>ahcic! <>l.i, rd.r1 sustain' them. battle Waterloo terminated in his favor I Portraits" in the Atlas tells some sad
n: -iIIJ: l" j ((1) H-v II I ch. 15 v : (2)) 1>\'. 20 t) ch stories
!I "J"_ .\\ MI I i ; .\I.: it{ : Ii \XT, ;- :Mi'i"1. 1; r.ns'ilt, } at the M.iif>;> n i ih.r'.NF 1 H ills.-. JAMIo GIBBON & CO. (:3 alI ',) l-i 1 rr. 13c"i.-2.25v" : : (3) iHime!. 7;rh.\; i i it ;h probable she would have fled into his about ihe author of the "Wandering

Vi: i U A'r ... ---t-". .-tjir-: -- ---:- -;-- -i-IDr. ----- .-- November 1 11, IS 17. -I.'J-tf.:: 9 ]1 v : ((;) !Kz-kiel: l, :7 ci! "olid :v : (7)) Uomans arms. But when he became an exile in St. I Jew ;" of which tale, l.y the way, it is stated

'>---7.1! _. \.H! .: 1-4fit.- .\. ";''. Chut iiin, ---- I('hi. 22 :.,d 2tJ: v ; (s) J {shrews, 1 ch. 14v. | Helena she soon found another husband that not as many hundreds sold of the last
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t ;!li-4tm-" on Chestri'Jt stn-et. R.iiL! ti ; TilE subscriber iulirtns, his! friends ; : the mother of The following does tell much Sue's
\\ : il i '- .:- 11 i ; -I..i ij! |1t-;.r in ( ) !rice at t tli"l t -t trI\not I by becoming numerous pro- not :o
I Mr ;<, '.. :. "c -P--. IAPTtJLv -, HH. ., hjU..t" : ;* '.'-L'njued; liy Di. LSalt/.cll. m and the public in elll'ral.lhat he has become .--- -.-. geny. She was nineteen years old when credit.-[Boston Transcript.
;! <- : = .' i.'I.tln !1'/,1./ 1 t". l> tff the Proprietor of this abiive well MAIMA I: LOUISA. '
n : i ;- jcve.ii.i. < married to Napoleon and died at the age of Sue has never sat for his portrait and the
known house and will be
..r--. (_. M. Dtvi.. pleased to entertain Late arrivals from Europe : the t tifrysbt.D[ Xeics. I engravings of him are from stolen sketches
I Hronlrc
7 .r > "> tl ta i-t'-.tf ,>f any of the travelling t community that I:;:! favor
D M ;', ",'. \ \ v<. r \TI > s ::;; v. vVc.. -, IIJVKY; AND! COUNSELLOR LAW,, him with their custom, and! will a-! .. accommodate dcilli; of :Iala; Lonis-i Arrliducliess of( : --- taken at the Theatre. or some public place.
r.: ." .f t' '..111 .' C'l.Ill1'r'T"'h'. O.'JI-rs: ; his"TV'ice* to the public in cither of the resident! boarder The bar will alw.ivs be AU lria. Kx-Einpress ot France, who I I I [From the Saturday Evening Post.] Mr. Brisbane of ewYork. ordered young

-:'I.: -1 -- ._ _\..II 1.1..li._,,: .t 1.Lt.1. a!>jve oajieiics.11wtJl : i! supplied with genuine I liijiiors 1,1{ I tlio, choicestquality. ; 1 has bone a proiTiinetit part pa fivrly rat her !' RAS3ELAS.BY American artist who was in Paris year before -

!:. '. !! uvJujr, I ;.r act ice pularly' i Franklin! in, Cal } JOHN! I'ATllUJGK.Apalachicola than I actively- i in sOle of the mightiest T. B CJl.\ DLEJt. last, to paint his portrait, and gave him

r\T: i iv > YI' ,":..v ..tf :l'I.\:; !.., ,,.a'J] K-k-nii Circuit Courts-,diid will I, upona XO11 1 1.,. h jj. events oi the present centIH She was the !: There are very few works of equal size the letter to Sue begging a few sitiings. This
< t -i.il! ret iin-lr, art as CO'lu.d. i in Court -- --- ---- -- (laughter 'It of ihe of which have afforded) 'a ,
\ I. l' >.V.-r-iv.! '. any Francs I Atbtla. ( same perusal me more lieI' was sent to the romancer, enclosed! in
i ilone
.,t !tjl'; MiJHcnr Wt-stern Circuit. He willaNn, City Hotel, Talhzt"ee.
: Franciss
his than Johnson's and
b t''i as second satisfaction of
V > a1'j'4! ''d-st'1* 1:1 t tile C'linl t Appeal* at Tullalia! -I I have t tll iI.rtt fitends and I
m wife
> ; aria of of Rasselas. In the
Tlieiesa
NOTICE daughter deeply; impressive story J he was about to receive for the
*ry V J '.-K*., .,.'.. the s.-.ionof which. lie will alwjjs bei t ( .. olllli.I 1 h,..!.... I Ihal'l I have lea-ed. I\T ; Ferdinane money por-
Fnmcis hid less than beautiful and
four wives. attractive
'. : > < ; : no most : manner trait, and stated that his daily bread depend
vt'j
; : .p.jl i i ; i ::; A'CT.s( i pr,- .nt at, ualus* prcve'ited by arndent.jiul.icliiroa it, and I that it will hereafter: he cunouclt'lby '
The first and! thii i* had no i stif, but Mnri.i; through the medium of faultless imagery I Iit ed it He
\: .. H u'.i-f-vt. \ ScjiteriibfrA. ., I' :G. WILLIAM IICMIXGWAY, F.-J: who has 1-'r j : I upon or charily. never n-ceived
I 110-, 3 .. 1. ,! Theu-sa < him thirteen children. Maria before the mind the of !
A. li'-r;., J r*.; ,1 n.i \ ;;;M.;:\ ---- -- U'u.-.uw-! A -Wo- G. S('IIIUleOi, Hotels the North and recently from the AUK- I'| {Louisa waat I the time of her marria2t lo endless search for unchanging joy among .!j i used lo visit almost daily one of the most
M> A T T O h II N i K: Y A T L A W. I
1. I:Uj<-);i l.n.., \ ,. rican I Hotel in New York. Uclc'iving! he v\ill | Napoleon t lie eldest( I child then living of the the viscis-situdes of a life which: is ever heir j jlo fashionable ladies in Paris. Madame de -,

r-' \1M1ss! 1 i .; 'IEc.H\.XT! i; -j.:; fJfirl'rur. ol'Coutre, 2 Cllpl.cc. ConirH-rrc'-ti SiJJlIllllll' flush/tug,. keep an excellent hou,(.', and! -parc noexeition or I family. When Napoleon invaded Austria vanity and vexation of spirit." Could'it and hold forth in her richly furnished, bou-

:; ; I"'1 11'.1:1: i :lt iv-; .A pala'hie'.hF'la. expense to make his gut.tscumf.rtabic., ( I recomi I i in ] 1500 ;md planted his cannon before its Le fully appreciated its genius would !\I doir. on the condition of ihe poor. Do

1)i II X ; : !: i : H\UI\F\HE! : -.- mend t the house I to mv* frieiids i.d. t the! public. ancient capital he was informed that a prove an antidote for tint sickness of the :[: you ever relieve their distress?" :sl.edIa
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: I} t I rs sn: ::<_ 1I.TC'I'.c'ti'lr .-' E!. I:. Oweii' THOMAS JJKOU'X.Tallahassee II '
of the I sick in the mind that leads and useless .
: :;i: sim* daughter Emperor lay pa11'1. ; to constant repining :1: damp de -, .u ihe clo e of one of these
C\\\UI.EH\!I -Ve.: ATT I OR I X 1 iY A T 1 I.\ W XO1 1 Is I 17. -13-oi. 1 from which the icst of the roy.il family : at our lot. One would think while J!'i,.: harangues.: To a trifling extent" an-

1)..' Cor. \\tlt' 4.nd CI"tnut t. (.z \.J'OS. U.it t o'ir; l'ouat.l.Jallla.. 1 had luadc. I their escape.; And when he gave reading its brilliant description of the "hap-i''swercd Sue, hIlt though my gifts are

.9. _ AM ila"l..<"'U!, FaCdivard :._ April ::'.i I. 1 I- l'i. 2-tfDIE. (::1'1'UOTI: 14' orders to ;avoid firing on t the palace; it is py valley," with its green mountain walls I[ small!!, they are always cheerfully bestowed

.HcCiilly, U 7'd.' oh h probable( he. little dreamt I that she for whose over which no metnies might climb-its i|. I cite one fourth of my income in alms."

.iR' WElt1J) ,'- '\1 1Il -In:, MIJCII\N-T:: I.. FE LJCH'1'V.tN(. ER'S li..1.r.. ;' j I 1 protection the order was given, was soon toe softly murmuring rivulets-its foaming tor-j|: That afternoon as he left the Cafe lie Paris

v(\ 11 .N-. OJ Water tret.Aiii1aehic.1a. Hat, .House Tc Cockroach I'oi>on. 'H ',. .u b his h Lii.le., rents-its fairy lake and magnificent palace, I where he had been eating a costly dinner

---- Pa. TillSt'n'h I I ellicafious; tcrnedfur extertniiia-, Our r readers; are aware that; the divorce of in which every desire as if by enchantment nn apparently old woman clad in rags, pray-

J.". r. f'u'I'iol', ;
f.iEX:1l.\14: ItEII-l\i\ ; FO\\'ARIJlXG.k male! ot'all I of the above named annoyances. His N the management of this Hotel, the undersigned i to secure 4111 heir lo the French care might be banished in the midst ofaj j I reply. But I am starving-eiye me a single -

rnlU'lolImCIJAXT:o. :0( Water : Flea and! Movpiito Poison has attained a very: ex- i will use his best exertions to pIp;,*; his t throne. Josephine having; ; no offspring by chosen circle of beautiful ones where want j I copper to purchase breid: wilh." I

-\ovn_ Apilotclm'ola 4re.t. FI.t.! tf\"i\'ccdl'ant t-i that order its of invariable insects. Fer destructive!> sale by properties k guests. He asks the public for their patronage.WILLIAM :Napoleon!, indulged! the hope that his step-1:I IIr was unknown that in such a place one I j will give you in charge lo a police officer, if

CMU. P. I'CALLGl"liT.'F.- Autnist, 11 J. C. ALLEN Iruziist. lIE\l1\l \\"AY. !son, Eugene: I Ih'auharois. her own son b) might at least be contented. But it was not |I von ihus annoy me." Yon will ?" said

I'Culia 4 R OMAI.V.re November 11, IS 17. :13Cin.Saddlery h I'm iner marriage, would be chosen so with the Prince Rasselas. Although I ihe beggar ; "and yet. Monsieur EugeneSue

C 0 : lOX MERCHAXTS how iii,. (.t n( ltieC Flour, Uoslifii Butter, --- -- t Emperor as his successor. But in this, I favorite! whom all sought to please yet was you are the nun [who write about the

No. 9 Columbus Block. AM a superior; article of CHEESE, for sale! Arc. she was i disappointed.. Louis brother of he not satisfied ; his slumbers by night were I misery of the poor-you are the working

O19 C. McCULLY, SADDLES ot t various patterns and qualities, Napoleon, had manied Horiense, Jose- ': disturbed by restless dream, and by day I man's champion-you are-" .. Wlio
__ Apalachicola. ,. curb and SualhV bits are
.
.---.- Nov 11 50 Water st. Saddle Hags, i"ihiine's sister. They had u son, a favorite sadness sat upon his brow. And when you ?" exclaimed Sue. Madame _,'*
S.
DE.\LER. iN CLOTIII:: ickersoii, HATS and Caps by t the case l low !for cah by Martingales and Whips f.r sale by of the Emperor whom lie intended no [ asked by one of the sages of the happy was the reply and the di
hATS. BOOTS, SHOES B. ELLISON & CO. WAI. G. PORTER & Co. doubt should be his heir. Cut I the child: valley" what was the cause of his disquiet, ped into her carriage which was: in waiting,
CAIS .Vc,
N. A Columbu i BI-jclc, Dee 0. Cor.._Water and Chestnut st. Dec 30 -11 Water streft. died autlhis hope was cut off. I> he replied, That I' want nothing is the leaving the novelist to his reflections.
Dec. --- ---- --- -- -
3 Apalacliicola A divorce: was; now talked of. The heartless cause of my complaint: I long to seethe

Cooke 4 lIorne Fa. and double Trusses, lor sale, by Bacon, Flour,Salt Siiuar, Coffee. and l Fouche unbidden, had the audacity tn j miseries of the world." This may appear Le.4p YtAR.-The Brattleborough Eagle

CODIlS! ( ME ftC!IA XTS, SINGLE 17 J. C. ALLEN. on hand, and ,for sale low by propose it to Josephine.$ She complained I i to be a strange desire, yet it is not too states that the ladies of Vernon. VI., avail-
Xo. 13. St. Chotrle :3treet ALWAYS EMcCULLY. against; him and insisted on his di | strange for discontent to feel. ing themselves of the time honored prerogative -

.hDttw S. Xew-Orleans Drills, .llcdicstics & Chemicals.AFKESH i. ..--.--- ._- but although the Emperor censured missal'l His wishes viere gratified, and lie was of leap year made arrangement for it

fea S. CO:KE. Atos non supply of Drugs from, Medicines bark Reform and Sweetmeats and Preserves. |his i assurance he would go no farther. From permitted to go forth to mingle with the dance, invited the gentlemen, gallanted

and for sale; by now landing WELL assorted lotjusl received from Havana t this Josephine inferred the probable result. I stormy world. He tasted its bitter cup and them back and forth, and-paid the lilts.SINGULAR. .

UCTIO D. Danforth, Nov 11 J. C. ALLEN for sale by E McCULLY, ]I I was a heart-breaking trial but there was I turned from it in disgust and hurried hack

ANDCOI1ISSION MERCHANT, Dec 1C f 0 Water' ''-st.- IA no 8ltCrtitive.rrhle divorce was at length with eager haste to the vale he had left be. .-In the town of East ford,

\XD GENERAL AGENT liard\varc. decreed Josephine with (says the Hartford Times) there
Old Reserve Whiskey, I public submitting hind.To are now
Cotton bought FUFAUL-\; AL.w \. TRACE CHAINS and Cart ,Boxes Spades Drawing Locks Knives assorted andIrons : I Smith's Eagle Brand, for sale by a declaration of consent. The Senate those who were not inhabitants of resident in one_ house a respectable farnily-

Refers on order. &c. .c. for wale low by, OF E. McCULLY agreed that she should relain the title of that happy valley" it was the place above though not all permanent residents-- a lady

r. G'\ LlOLOE.c, to Nov 11 E. McCULLY, 50 Water st.Irish Nov 11 50 Water st.Tonners' Empress and receive a dowry of :about four every other to be desired. When weary her daughter grand-daught great-grand

{etas '1rL1P } Nev 0 r I eans. --- ---- ---- Oil ]hundred thousand dollars a year, to which with the painful toil of day, the Abyssinian daughter and great-great-grand-daughter......
fl. "fLn Potatoes and Onlous.A the afterwards added hundred down to rest in his thoughts he hastened five generations and
S. : & McKENzrE I Emperor two lay neither member ha 9
H } sale
atf'( i S tt Nov FINE 11 article E.(for McCULLY sale by 50' Water st. FOR 30 by B ELLISON & Co. II I thousand. She retired to the villa of Mal- away to that happy place, and) in his il brother or sister. -








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[From the Philadelphia North American.] dangerous temptation to an angry neighbor. should exercise a sound discretion and do and the piece extracted, at which the joy James K- Polk, cannot accomplish by moveson lives had established- hut which"acratic r -. \.

q. THE PERIL OF IJNGLAND.! I I conscious both of her power and her op- ( it understandingly; of the monster knew no bounds, and he repeatedly the political chess board. House repealed. Both Deme,

The financial panic has subsided in Great I portunity. How jealous was Representative Polk in thanked Driesbach in the only way nf these tts'
i I I We write the above have finished tlemen I voted to receive the
Britain to another 1825-6, of Executive influence when just a we
only give place to panic even thhe.views an Elephat can thank any one. It is petittoastho
connected with the subject of national de [From the Richmond Whig] of the President came before him curious that lie is quite friendly now with reading Gen. Taylor's letter to Secretary they both were opposed to the ohf

:. fence. Steam has changed the world. It REPRESENTATIVE; POLK. vs PRESIDENT sanctioned by a majority of the Senateforthe Driesbach, although for six years he has Marcy, which we publish to-dayani Petitioners. They did 10, prae t
POLK.In
because
has, virtually, destroyed the empire so long the Senate, belt remembered, had approvedof sought repeatedly I to kill him. its perusal has excited in us a deep aversion deere( the reception of them in
excellent of Mr. <
claimed by England over the seas, and, at speech Tompkinsof the Panama Mission, and censented to and I wasari fc
the same time, robbed her of the insularity, Mississippi, on the reference of the President's advised the appointment of Ministers, (for r _u. towards those of whose ill treatment he the Petitioners were entitled to. Souto fir

which, in former-now the old-days of Message (which we should be glad whose sallriesand outfit the House was asked \; eaks. not in a complaining tone, but with and so voted Mr. Clina man, a Represent S I I I

_: ships and sailors, was her sure or sufficient to publish; entire if we had space,) the right lo make the necessary appropriations. Fil C OTh1EllI1LillVEIIT1SER.kn] ;\ at becoming indignation suited to his f live from ihe Slave State of North ,I

," protection. All this Englishmen arc beginning claimed by the President of withholding ling now the Executive Chairjiimself he no ,- own straightforward character. and his constituents have Carol'! : I<

; to learn, and to feel and admit that the from the Hous? of Representatives public longer talks about the duty and the right of THURSDAY since endois J !l
FEB. 17 1348. his
sublime boast 1 of Campbell documents called for by that body, and be the people's Representatives' in voting APACHICOLA- -- -- -- -_._, --- course by reelecting him to :
away -- --- i
.!.i! Britannia nerds ni Lulwnl.Q. li\'rillo be indispensable to an intelligent the people's money, first to be i informed of.r 1 = The' : MR. C\BELU: IJTTEIL There is one matter which we COngrel think "''

No towers along the tf"'P- discharge of its responsible duties, is on. the object (for which it is to be applie I, but fllo\il? gentlemen are authorized t The able and unanswerable production of I j t proper to mention in connection I

now mere song and emptiness, a perilous toted by the course pursued by the Presi- he refuses to give them that information!. in Agents for the COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER,and will I our talented Representative, appears haveprovolell 'I su bject. The notorious with tL'u

..J ;,, flattery and self-deception from which the dent himself when a representative ol the virtue of his asserted "prern alive"-a receive and receipt subscriptions, or advertisements the especial indignation of the f I, dings! has written abolitionist Gj;d.

people must rouse and buckle on their armor ] 19th Congress, during the Presidency of word better suited 10:1 :Monarch than to an :- a letter in which be
it or wake up one fine morning; and find :Mr. John Q. Adams, to whose administra Elective Chief Magistrate.And i '"T.M. W.CiiEnvrR.Ksq., Albany! Ca.! Democratic contributors to the Press.-- i I! violently. assails Mr. Winihrop. beaus
Major JACK HAKOMAN. E',[.Tula. .Trav i'
Blanche
I
I tion he. was violently Mr. AI. and Sweetheart" have all'h I ; 01
opposed. Thomp-
!t the Gaul thundering at the gates of Louis then, look too at the difference in JAS. J..OUVIR.:, Talahi--! Fa. \ course in refusing to appoint him
dou. kins, in the preliminary stage of his argument the amount involved. The Panama !Mission and i each growled forth th ir angry comments < his brother Abrlitionislson aad
- the I
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j
I un lertook to show and think he --- --- - -- -- ------ Cornmiiie
We mentioned, a month or two ago; the we required an expenditure of some fifty upon the letter. : could I I I in Congress, ,
\lr.Cahel
they
!!t first dawning!; of this new feeling in England, perfectly succeeded in doing so, that the so thousand dollars-while the people's Re- FOR I'3tCS1tD] >CNT, be demolished the I sought to control |IIr
called) by pen, he had been a' denounces Mr. ;
, which were first caused by certain portentous precedents relied upon by the Executive presentatives at this time called upon to Winihrop i as a friend
ZACHARY
;. extracts, that got into the papers, from and which his well-instructed organson vote away millions upon millions of the people's TAYLOR. used up man" long since. South and the slave parer-and [fa '
: the floor of the House read from the ---- -- .'.-- -------.- ---- We do not blame Democratic brethren accus
a mysterious letter attributed the Duke\; money, although the information i is - -- -- ----- --- our him of hostility lo the friends J

;."' of Wellington, although: some of the papers "do -f'lrrd: books" with which they had withheld from them, which they deem necessary SCOTT AND TAYLOR. for "squirming" under the lash which i as he styles himself, and of freedom"'
his
: affected to treat it as fabrication.' The been furnished for the purpose, do not in to an intelligent to the de When the : fellow s d
a response gallant Scott deprecated time"fire Mr.] Cabell has applied lo them, but we do diaries. The inctm
I truth fit the case to which they have beenapplied. + Boston Whig
impression it well! calculated mands of the President an abolition j I
was to },
produce in the
]But if rear, and seemed to dread its find fault with the barefaced made t
they were, in all their respects But attempts one of the
it is paper
Palfrey
was interrupted for a time by the sudden not necessary to remark upon organs, '
.. convulsion in the monetary woild, during entirely applicable to the state of the flagrant inconsistency, exposed. between effects on his fame more than any' danger t to by them to .dodge the issue" made by ;Ir. and endorses Giddings charges-and re-ireratw' a:

, which individuals weie driven lo think\ facts involved in the issue between "the the conduct of Representative Polk be apprehended from the enemy in his front, Cabell, and we intend to hold them to the to Mr. CaheU's letter strange

: of their own rather, than the\ public pr ril;. I King; and the commons"--between the "prerogatives" in 1823 and that of President Polk in 1848. he spoke, no doubt with historic reeollec- .rpconl.Ir ." say. : i is brought' up by :

As the subject. will be I of the President! on the one The facts cited are as a IheVhlg., as evidence to convict )
money gets easy ienewed strong commentary lion of what had \ Ir.
befallen other : Cabell .
hand) and time commanders was charged the Democratic
of great by
I rights a coordinate department Winihrop. not of.being
: and it is now nvinil, 'si that a great' as can be made upon the conflicting positions opposed,) lotion
i t of the Government (and we at the head of armies, abroad i in editors with voting for an Abolitionist t Abof
and inteiest. the may properly of that the diffeient for that know
painful
;; alfectini: ::: minds of j ficntle nan tit t they full well he i i.lo i._
Englishmen high and low, i is beginning t to ::i I! President say of the people) upon the other- periods referred to. Circumstances, according the service of Governments, the management for Speaker. The evidence offered) in support establish that be i is blt

he attracted: to the present defmcelessness I j I himself Polk has unquestionably deprived 1 to the old proverb i alter cases. of which at home was in the hands of of the charge, was-First : That heI I j South. Now what{ l to friendly to the
: Ins coursed a
by as RepresentativePolk spectacle i
of ihe islands I I is here for
longer (,' ;Inllhe illl1:1rY-ILIIl'r uh..I.Hllial-il: of is invasion no- I !! of all right to take shelter behindtinin. THE DISGKACI5 OF ;COTT.e their political foes. His[ knowledge of hu- voted for Mr. Winihrop-Second : That j'the People of Florid.I-Their! Represent

from France: under which they fir He has placed his name upon "Thi?, Romans, is the anniversary of the d.iyon m.m nature told {him that an unscrupulouspolitician ;Ir. Winthrop is an Abolitionisr. Mr. Ca- live, whom they chose .

Newspapers have taken! the matter in hand, I rccoid, in direct opposition to the doctrine which triumphed over the C.mhagenidns." knows no criterion of right or bell a.lmilec that he voted for :\1 r. \\TI the dictation of a spontalfOusJ without ,
embodied in these precedents, and reiterated 1 These memorable words of the -ihaj
which has been alluded to at public meetings conquerorof wrong save the success of his party, to throp, but denied that he is an Abolitionist, I a
in his Hannibal Representative, Southern
late : sufficient him
and Message.!: We invite attention were to acquit man, and a
j is about be discussed
to ;; in Parliament which j
to the frets which before the Roman when J object greater: and better men than The Democrats, lo sustain the charge of!
; and the Karl of Kllesmere. a of by this assertion is estab people, charged+ r Fj i slaHhoi.'r. accused by the party whom t tfiej J JI
the realm, prevented bill health from peer sounding lished. as we shall condense them from Mr. with a high crime-with the baseness even those who now sway the destinies of I Ihisnatitn Abolitionism against t :11 Winihrop, allege ,j IV.iple l of Florida( + have dethroned.), of i
uidiE ; !
the tocsin in the House of Lords, has Tom pl.ins' remarks.At of embezzling the public nioiiej. ]J t was have sacrificed) constitution and laws.The thai he introduced a resolution in the [In11.<. fihiililiiinittls to rffire. and. *t

come out in the journals with a long letterexpressly the first session of the 19th Congress. only necessary lo recall: the memory of fate of Marlborough, his unworthy of Itepresenlatives: identical with, Ille, 1ti'il !j I ihe I at the same tile,
the famous: mission to Panama, at whichpl.lce Zama to overwhelm accusation and accuser, abolitionists :al+t the North, are tisjn the ,
written and as an alarum to rouse the it was proposed that Plenipotentiariesfiom and send the Roman people and their her treatment all) final disgrace-the} base tiea-; mot Proviso.ow it does not follow thnt t .I,i I 1"11 of the Representative from Flu;
government people to the ; of rld.r, I
preparation."Awa'iC. necessity the leading American Republics together to the temple, lo return thanks: t to son! of Bolingbroke and Ins party, who fear- all who are in favor of the Wilmot Proviso ;'j to his, nn''iIUIII' !*, as evidence lo

" tsriFe: or be f trover fallen: ,"' should).meet for the purpose of deliberating the guts:. for the great victory lie hachieved. d 1 ed the influence which the triumph of the nre Abolitionists, :as our opponents well I !i! the man he conirintifed lo elect 'H pnxeih.it1i i t
lIj1otl1.a\ questions, in which it was believed a General in swum
are the ominous! words with which he intro they had a common and immediateinterest The words of Sripio rise upon the mind command of the army might 1 know, but they contended fur the rnnlraiy : i ciiemx lo abolition and! its pndVssori.

duces the subject lo the community. Amore gave rise to a protracted and excited when one reflects upon the treatment which I Iroduce on their political fortunes, more then Mr. C'lhel presented them with the'"damning '!; Cntiliinnlbr' i l the aholi'inni- l {
powerful letter for effecting the purpose discussion General Scott is this than the disasters which the triumphs of proof" that the Democratic ill'Jllh r
in Congress-that measurehaving at moment icceiving i 1 1r j; 3 ir. Wtnlhrop. i i- attacked'. be
he has Mn:ailf,|
I inievv, could scarcely: havebeen : : been selected the from his count-or rather, from the vain, I France might inflict hi
; as one of salient r on England, and the Party of the South had \'olc1Iulanimlu..lyfor l \'.''-
is. of
some ,
written ; but ii sounds strange, and 1 ; hi"nwu district, with .
\' points of attack the and jealous which i ine
upon Administration by government stepbetweee n just cause in which she John W. Dais .I
was t for Speaker and ;that the
battling;g j i bitterness'
even melancholy as coming from ihe lips; that ( + peculiar 'o family _
tesselated; Coalition, consisting of tit him and his country' and intercepts its graliwlle I' o'nrl.+ !>?*
of of Britain's was, no doubt, presented to his mind the !same John \V. I Davis the i
r, one proud and at rrn FOR "iden '
haugh'y
/if
. ; nobles fragments of all factions and its There is \ e it
disappointed in the protectionin i a ch"rl m I"I" ilftr1r t: r'ttins v >/lp/J'31'1 .
' so long accustomed defy and) despise result of the Presidential election of 1824, the name of Cerro (Gordo; of Churubus- time he wrote his famous "hasty" letter toSecretary f tical h Proviso" the introduction of which{, l I yMr. : tin the n', Hi-'con+ !n-t ear.fij

I all the world in general, and France i in the avowed) object of which was its overthrow co, of Mexico, as great as in thai of Zamarraler Marcy.He Winthrop i* made the ground. th e I in the l on Ihl Wa
t particular. It would, seem almost as if thespirit 1'1 j qlu'-linn. st Congress.., Jed to the!.
if it should and Scott accused of military
even be the were a
as pure as ; knew the character of those b accusation nails 'inst him of
t of and who..eonlels i t being |formation, of
: Cressy Poictiers had vanished 1, angels in heaven !"-Gen, Hamilton, of S. offence, those names would acquit him, ) al j rt opposition in his own p.ir-
and Agincourt and Waterloo were forgotten and under whose jealous eye, he Abc.hlionist. We m.'y add, also, thaI James i i his "
: !: Carolina, one of the most talented and at the bar of the people. His case, however \ to : election who ran a ramhilat') ') ?
when an Englishman discusses; the ability I was about lo draw his sword and he who K. Polk has still' endorsed :Mr. I I
zealous leaders of this mongrel party, of i is! harder than that of the Roman ; his lately fnrlhf J .gainst him. That I opposition, was fonienra

(humiliation of Frantic to revenge those fields of her feud resolution in the following words, tieatmeul is viler ; there never, indeed, was never faltered before when the trumpet, ('al. Divis, by appointing him Commissioner, I I j ed by the Demonrats.. 'It I was his -

Britain within the sea girl! walls of on! the ICth of December 1625 : a more extraordinary) instance of injustice, ed the nation to arms, hesitated ere he China. pIHp"SPIn" .siistnin the l Executive a""lltl
*
itself.
But Lord j in at '
Ellesmere
discusses liesnlt ccl That the done to commander I
President
of the a great military ; by 'a
. it notwithstanding) :, and he does it i ia in United States be requested to transmit to government; than that now presented in ihe again donned that armor in which: he hat,1 Jfl, introduction of a Resolution! which I \proper( rncilioil-i of prf'PCIIIh \Var.

very honesi, Ollt -!'po1.f'11 manner, not hesi-i this I House copies of all documents or parts person of the conqueror of :Mexico. No done the state noble {rice, and gained for amounts to the "Wilmot Proviso." is eidence i. 1 a j t to successful Iprminari'H. and his minlj[

icting formidable to treat Johnny Crapeau :,s a braveand of correspondence' [not incompatible with crime is alleged. thaI the public know of- himself impeii-hable f'nown. [He] had H from which a man mac hI convicted I opposition to t the abolitionist' who had,.
: foe.-who has it almost, if the public interest to be communicated no reasons are assigned the public interests and fame risk-he of "
] relating ; name to knewhow ( brim ;an "Abolitionist, then cletrlyvotmj lo control! the
not in his attempted Whig
quite, power, at any sudden moment to an invitation which has been and the peril of his are alike dirt 'aelidle I Pam,
by a terrible surprise, to in ihe extended army word or inconsiderate.) ; act of his mill llt t I for the Resolution when introduced 1 I, !t i ii in Jl J: ssichuseifss.! 1 that led lo his
avenge; ) to the government of this country gaided: ; and suddenly, in the midst 1 of the J election J
flames of London, perhaps with evils still by the Republics of Columbia of Mexico, war and, the enemv'a. country-a thousand. r l be treasured up-nnd how easily any crtII; i. gill higher evidence of the same+ i fief.Tiled I. I as Speaker, by the Southern \l'bigs-the '

more fearful, all the defeats! heretofore inflicted and Cent+al America, In join in the deliberations miles from his own-:after a series of the deed which he might achieve would bp by the same rule, John \\'. Dace, same causes !revoked. end has still continued .'
upon him by his island neighbor.: of a, Congress,: to be held at the Isthmusof most uorxunled victories md the .
on He knew the he
| veryeve glossed ; ,,1 i Speaker elected the
1 du believe" 0\1' power possjssecby by Democrats, t tstands the ; : rf the Aholiiionis'
not says the Earl. thatit Panama,' and which induced him to ol" winning the peace for which he has: urISiIY ,
I his enemies-how they could l del.iv in the attitude with
would he impossible, in our present state 'that his !are 31 r. Winthiop. who an now thin war on biro home. '
!signify ministers on the part of the fought so well, he i is deprived of his command ( T ; :\
of preparation, for French :Minister supplies, him in his tin, Whig, \ ------
a of United Stales would be commissioned to ; and the world and the :Mexicans! are cripple 10\11111., and Speaker.I'ut -
War. favored by circumstances, to land on join in those deliberations: invited lo hf'laole him degraded before a in case he failed, make I him+ responsible for I the Democratic, Editors, who notice T\ :>ouILITIX I '.
British ground force I A meetin-_ r the citizens of (;Jul-d'-i
sufficient
a in numbers. On the 31st of January following, this resolution com I of i inquiry what was occasioned 1 I their omission lo afford ; and eoinp!. io of :\r. Cabi-M's letter, "
discipline and equipments, to march in any' came up for consideration, whereupon And du (he pitiful politician, who ) cfoI:1lle j I county, favor li> the t'1t'li.t of{ (GIn'.
him
llu. sufficient
means successful i-sne he and allege ) .
, presents
-" direction along the turnpike roads of En, Gen. Hamilton modified it, by striking l rule : Ibis great regublic, trifle with' ope- Ih.1 ; r.J.I'is I Taylor( to thl l>le- take pUs
gland. That direction might depend! on the i le I ration. He knew that place men might I be vote on the Oregon Bill i is not evidence idl'l'y"i
()uti the words in brackets; to wit, not its interests and the honor of one of i itsgreatest i on the ID'h iiist.
' place of landing-n might he Pnrlcmoutl h, incompatible with the public interest to I Ii be 1 heroes. Justinian may si upon the dressed up in military trappings, and thong[ h i i of his being an abolitionist, and pretend A ,

_ it might be Chatham, it might; be the rat;>i i i- I communicated"-which, upon motion ofMr. throne, weak ;and despised, and yet issue the lo make a wildier was ahoon' ihe pOwet" that there is evidence! against Mr.Vii.thrnp large and numerous Ol.tin:flf 'the

tal. In (each in any ease, with our present Webster, then: member of the Houseof edicts which humble a Belisarius. But the of thc President that I \ I friends of (;en. T JIM took place latrlj u
I with a in, besides his votes, which
meansof defence, I believe resistance would Representatives, were immediately rein- Amcri(.in President is the I .Justinian only I yet par) prove't I New Yo, !.. T. 11P'Cff .. art';
be useless, and an :attempt armed i- IJ.J fI the Senate at his back;, he could, by a I biro MI :,abohfinni I I i so. then: we :i 1:11q
opposition stated d.-'n,1 Justinian.
: by a vote of that body. On the 3d of a only the ape of a I I a.\ i} other' oratoi.s i-.f note, ; !fll the mffting. -
11.
, only producliv of useless bloodshed;; February, :JIr.Infiham of Penn., also a the degradation of Scott he a wrong to stroke of his wand, create a ( iclu'ral-anl,) what other evidence there i is that applies !to l The New V.irk Herald r's! the .

\ To oppose in the, field! such a handfullre ) of prominent member of the Coalition, moved Scott, the People of the United States will i t that such a General, if he stumbled on a ;I Winthrop, which does not ) in-I sari- gfat-
ul.lr, as" we could equally test 1 degree enthusiasm/ was exhibited fc'
troops muster scarceprovided Ij the reference of the resolution to a select remember that h" triumphed 1\'r the Mexicans victory, vvotil.l !lay his laurels at the fef't'lfIllim culpate 11 I r. Davis. Produce it. There i'< j
with artilleiy. and totally destitute committee, with instructions again to strikeout \ ; if i it, !be n wiong I however, lo I thecountry (the merting. which, like all other T.,j!,,r_
of who created )him, and whose fiilure none The votes of John Davis
the
a resen'l'lo a Fieuch such j
army, :is, tinder this qualifying phrase, so as to make the -if i endanger the army, and III gatherings, exhibited the pleasioi spectacle
rny supposition, ,,would be brought! call upon the President like that recently{ peace now so earnestly hoped for, by exciing j i could, by an expert use of ihe pen, he laid' Democrat, and Winthrop. lh Whig stand) of an :a.... of the' People for poliii

against!; them, would be an act of useless made upon :Mr. Polk, absolute and unconditional l the enemy' with false hopes to a renewal at the door of the Gotnr+nrler, -in-Chid. side by Mile. If \\ (go out of Congressook to I t'lhl.I.:1

*:. desperation. If the French were to appear -ami) upon this motion, Representative of conflict-it is not more certain: the sunrises : Thus informed of the character of the l for evidence-whirr do we rind, Mr.Davis cal I p\rto-e without the party hacks!"

atone end of London! the wisest 1 movement Polk voted in the affirmative, although and sets than that they will avenge ihe administration either :irle being, present to mar the tun-
the Guards could) make would be and knowing the :\rsilHwith manifesting any opposition to theWilmot '
to marchout
President of the .
a; Polk he now virtually denies wrong by a double measure of odium' heaped limit pioccedmgs. or to give ifonesi
, at the other. For the rest, three howitzers the light of the )House, by refusing to re s- upon the wrongers. which he was viewed by those who Proviso 2 Or where do we find iel:! direction.

would, be sufficient ; and the LordMayor I' pond to its call, to make it in that form !- There is something at once J composed it-with the knowledge of } (he abolitionists denouncing him as the The

would soon he busy with the (IHailiofhilJPIS i The resolution, then came up on ils final ludicrous in the thought 1f1.'ncllyanfl tie power power and means at their command) lo Ihe'l. friend of the South 1 No where. All that accounts cCI.Intly; brought to n'! .
and whatever contributions might. j bv our e\eh.inse, ", exhibit the frt ihatilief I
be j passage; and passed, ayes 125, noes 40- which an accident of life may give : weak' his reputation, we need not wonder) that I he we know of his sentiments is obtained from: :
accepted as" a commutation fur indiscinnate Representative Polk voting; with fir lan for i time, over great ones. At Mr.Polk's I is ;hunt t this time ':general movement joic:;
I n.e. wrote as he did, nor need we now, when the his votes in Congress and before
k plunder. [ -: :I we
Hamilton, ils original mover, in the negati orders the swords of both Ta'lor I I' I on among tIll friend. of (Jen.; T.I\lnr.. I *&
The E:Irl does not write with the tone of And why did he vote in the negative Because md Scott have been tll'il !scabards. 'I event has justified his suspicions wonder at said, he and I :Ir. Winthrop will be fUIJHI give x
rl'llru.rlo ? sufficient and reli.ible: assurances I ha
terror. He believes in the dormant power (says ::11 Tompkins) it was not an ) On the 4ih II II'ch, 1849, 11 r. the prophetic spirit in which his letter was together on the Wilmot Proviso. :
ol England, such as no oIlier I unconditional qntslion.1 the feeling{ in his favor is lasts1-reading :
country ever absolute call: The discretion Polk will retire to obscurity' II be forgottenn : written. I was his knowledge of mankind So far ,then as the accusation i :_
yet possessed if that power can be only allowed to President Adams, and which: a century ; while a thousand years hence i I :1)01: the PKOPLK.CAN'niDATHS: .
awakened I' and his far-seeing judgment, which enabled of want of the South invoting '
to preparation.! What he fears is is novT claimed atone of the unquestionable American readers, over the pages of C.lJel fealty to ---' -

"surprise," and the deadly feeling of ani-i "prerogatives'I !: by President Polk, renderedhe their ancient Join, follow will wonder him as clearly! to predict what has happenedlo for Winlhiop, is concerned, ihe retort FOR

mosity and revenge, growing "out of the ( resolution wholly unpalatable and distasteful the daring marchesj>f Scott and Ta y- himself individually, as lo pre-announ rei I imde by him, that he followed the example : Ien.11'n. ,. IJailev has announced tan-EHXOr him t' "

is burning memories of the pest, which he lo Representative Polk. In 1825-G, Nor, over ihe Cordilleras and to the battlefields in his "Orders" at Cerro Gordo, the glorious i- set him by Southern Democrats invoting :I s a carfiI.I'e, for Governor* at the nest \
sure is universally cherished in the bosoms rlt.lion.
he held that the "prerogatives, of the Pre- of 1 exico.
of the whole French people. I He hints' silent did not permit him; to withhold from -- result of his splendid military corn!,ii- !: for Mr. Davis, the evidence fully!lyy. From the fact that the General,d

that the expense of a proper preparation (by i j I the Representatives of the People such i in- THE PRICK OF Tin GAINS OF WAR.A .- nations. sustains. But Mr. Cabell, very properied nominees his intention of running "iIIUII--

an increase of the standing army) might be I'i formation as they might: deem necessary, A friend from childhood of Marshal Let e-! Had the attempt to injure been cnnfin felt disinclined to cover himself from intimating, any design of Milnnilling I**.

provided for by a diversion of the moneys', the proper execution of the high trusts d evrc, Duke of Dantzic, who had not run so to the conqueror of Mt'xico-Ihc studied I censure by Democratic example-he knew claims to the ;decision of a caucus,and) at
.... now "annually "lavished, not in the pave n-1] legated to them. In 1848, I brilliant
by refusing to a career as himself, came to see
lion purpose lo confound the successful General I lhat coin of that was because 1"
but the aggravation of the horrors of, stamp no longer I we notice that ihe Sentinel
communicate the House
: lo in answer :o i a him at Paris. The Marshal received him I
the slave trade." resolution precisely: such as he had insisted warmly, and lodged him in his hotel, when I with the dangerous political aspirant, might. current in Florida. He denies that Mr.Winthrop been requested to publish the annountf

In short, there i is getting to be r in 1635-C documents in his not have been so palpable, and to the is abolitionist and he
pretty on possession; (he friend could not cease his exclamations : plain+ t an sustains meat, we come to the conclusion that fit

general solicitude felt on this subject in England I and deemed essential by the House, he upon the richness of the furniture, the beau- I view ; but when we call to mind the 11u\- t his denial by showing from 31 Ir. Bailey I is in the field and will not wiihdra'
connected, in some quatiers, with agrowing denies the right of that body lo adopt of the and) the
a resolution of
i i ly apartments goodness .
TERKY CAPITULATION from his
thaI France is CJsula-whel we Winlhrop's speeches- refusal at Convention or no Convention. ] such M|
suspicion
secretly: : of that character. In citing precedents the table, always adding; Oh how happy I
meditating an in\t'iion-ill others, a melancholy ; I ) ," docs President Polk regard) Representative : you are !" 1 see you are envious of what remember ihe withdrawal of the Regulars; the Springfield Convention to make ihe I the case, we honor him for the firmn!

foreboding and) presentiment of coming Polk's opinions as of no weighty or I have," said (he Marshal ; .well, you shal and diminution of Taylor's force gpnfily, Wilmot, Proviso a lest question in the Presidential which he displays in resisting the cue*,

evil. The suspicion i is illustrited b :I ':' authority ? \lire might do so without exciting have these things at a better bargain n I whilst Santa Anna loolcl him in the face, election-from his refusal appoint system. He evinces a just sense oft I ,

of letter**in the Brighton French Gazette( complaining II surpiise; but thai that he should sacrifice his had : come into the curt, J'I fire at you at the head of SO,000 men, and last, not abolitionists on prominent committees in I feelings of the People the State, when
a n whacking corvette" in
lying J sell' Inve is "
to policy, natural with limes,
scarcely a gun twenty at thirty paces, indif least, we mind, the insult Congress-and from his sentiments declaredin I &
before
Harwich Inrbor for the pioiection of he :( though;; it may be necessary. I don't kill you, all shall be your own.- wl1 CIIIO put comes ihem as a candidate in .

fishing trade," with an unusual complement\' But Representative Polk did not give a What won't-,ery well ; recollect then, upon the gallant victor of Buena Vista, by public, that he is opposed to the abolitionists manner he has c'one. The last Conga|

of officers who improve every spare hour ; silent vote. He argued the question ; and that I have been shot a more than a thousand the revival of an obsolete army order] and I and to their 11ci inns. No such evidence i- ional) election sufficiently evidenced t. ,

"The by surveying and sounding; the harbor.! | from his speech on that occasion Mr.Tompkins times, and much nearer, before I anved rithe significant connection of it with his letter l- can be adduced) to how that Mr. Davis views of the People of this Stale ODsubject I ,
be I in
foreboding seems to expressed I the
one of Tapper Sonnets America, published "Some quotes gentlemen following seemed to passage entertain: where you till me. to Gen. Gaines, made by the letter of j! ihe friend of the South. of Conventions, and all who wih:

in a lecent number of the New York ihe opinion that: so soon as the other depaittnents SAGACITY OF TII}: EUPHANT.-The: /ra- Secretary Marcy+ the conclusion is irresistible But another charge i is made: against Mr. secure a majority of their suffrages will :

Literary World, in which the poet-philoso of the Government had determined gical event at the Merngeric: resulting; in that both Generals Taylor and Scot Winthrop, and over his shoulders a blow isis well lo .mark and inwardly digest."

pher appeals with pathos to the filial affection to depute a foreign mission, I the the death of poor Kelly, has made the elephant have long been marked for destruction by i sought to be struck at Mr. Cabell. It The "Florida Whig" the n'
? of America in favor of "poor old) England House of Representatives had no right; to the chief linn of Philadelphia, the "Powers that be." The will : suggests
says to injureis that he voted to receive an Abolition Pe li- of Gen. Jackson Morton as I the Whig c .
: question its propriety; but were bound, as a the : Item. A or two after the.}
Ciy ;:
morning
not wanting, that i is clear, but the tion. first stated that his didate for of in
lo, wondrous child matter of course, when called upon for an terrible occurrence the daring Driesbach poweris I was vote, there Governor. The opinions

The Remember glories tht'hthv of lliy destiny mother fulfil in her age appropriation merely, to grant ihe necessary 'ook him into the ring for the purpose of feeble-there is not "strength enoughin being a tie, caused ihe reception of ihe petilion. -' Whigs of Jackson are entitled to ihe gre;

Shelter her in the t'empeM, warren; wild ; supplies to carry it into effect ; that they dressing his wounds, made by sundry thrusts the bow" "An eagle lowering in his This, it afterwaids appeared, was not] est respect. In I his instance: they f fully,

Stand thou with m, when all the nations rage had no right to deliberate, consider! and exercise of pikes, I l-nccsand pitch-folks, in the efforts pride of place is hawked at by a mousingowl the case. The motion to receive the petition cord with our own wishes, and would
So furiously together-we are one! a sound judgment on the subject ; to subdue him. The Elephant "
It were, indeed, an evil day for England but were mere passive :agents, to record the ) to be ill at ease, and sought; to appeared attract but a generous and a just people are was lost-one of the Representatives I doubt meet with general concurrence.

to be exposed+ to that calamity of invasion decrees of the President and Senate. For. the attention of Drieshach,-by gently his protectors, who are able, with a breath, had however, been put down as voting for, West is clearly entitled to supply the \n

which she has often, in past days inflicted himself lie was of a different opinion." [I fondling him with his trunk, and then pointing to destroy his enemies, and to bring to who had voted against it. Here, again, D hr.[ candidate for next Governor, but we are a.

on France. Besides the want of armed am of a different opinion now, (said Mr. T.) to his fool, slightly raising it from I the nought their puny plots. What Santa Anna Davis is found agreeing with Mr. Winthr alt. thcri/.ed by Gen. Morton to say thai !
defence iherels ihe invitation of universal and he has changed. He believed when and in various .
] ground, challenging '
ways '
and his Mexican
legions, aided by tle Pass, : The evidence produced b} Mr. Cabell shews would be impossible for him to serge -
suffering in the kingdom generally, from the the Representatives of the people were cal- particular notice This aroused Dries-
hideous increase of poverty and pauperism, led upon to appropriate the people's money bach's curiosity, and on inspection he discovered could not accomplish on the field of battleTaylor that Mr. Davis voted to repeal the Rule prohibiting elected.

and the state of quasi! -insurrection and anarchy for any purpose, they should not do it hoodwinked he had run a large splinter of while the defeat of Winfield Scott and Zachary the reception of Abolition Petitions We beg leave :o suggest the Dam *l

; in (Ireland, which must be of itself a or upon the faith of others, but pine into his foot Pincers were procured his "friend and correspondent I," which : WHIG House of Reprcscnta- old and tried Whig for the office i in gate






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by the annexation of Texas to the American market closed heavilv.
ser-
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of Florida and SIR I have had the honor receive Union. TilE ship OCEAN, Capt Bro\nell.
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acts. have always been ap- communication of January 27lh It is said 4 aving principal pail of cargo en-
flCe-and whose your en- by the Mexicans themselves that Orleans 41. OF A1'ALAChlICOLA..Fi.17[ _.; Caged, and goinsf on board, will hava
People-General THOMAS rlosine a newspaper slip and expressing all else falls into the side dig
by the insignificance, by LONDON, Jan. 21. quick .atch. For fremht of the remainder cr
Froced If Gen. Brown will bea the regret of the Department that llie letter jfit, embracing as it does the settling a AUIUVKD. pa-eaply to HARPER & HOLMES,

Jgow; .!. of Leon. his electioncorn copied in that slip and which was addressedby boundary the surrender to them of posts, MONET iJRKJT.-Consol were selling Feb 14-Ship Diadem Tucker frn New York. Feb' 3 or CIIAS t S TOMLINSON.
we consider to-day at Bark Cumberland, Powers, fm Liverpool
candidate myself to Major Gen. Gaines should and to J
e ports exchange of prisoners, and the e7. Day & Co. I'or I\cU' York.

certain- __ h have been published. establishment of peace. -- ---- -- -- -. -- -- Schr Ontwa, Cord#en. fm New Orleans -. -,. ThE pleidd: fast-sailing hip FLO-

uTR.ns.-The Although jour letter does not convey the Feb 16-Ship Liberty Pratt. fm New York. 'IDIAN, U'hitfcmore.n aster,will have

Gt N.TATtOR A>D THE .: direct censure of tie, Department or of ihe [From the Baltimore COMMERCIAL.A Br hjp Dauntless, Johnson, fm Liverpool, to\V Inpalcb lor the above port. For freight
American.] -- & PCKamn.
True Sun of the, 2SJ, a papl'r President ct. when it is taken in .r |1'"s"J ', havirg sur; error accommodation,
York ) connexion COTfO-Our ap-
river U i
vw GENERAL TAYLOR'S LETTER. again very low in consequence Brig Leonora Manduiel. from St Thomas to
strict neutrality with, Ihp..iv..1 of ply to the masti r, or to
hitherto. ke.t,. a patagraph in the of which the Xourse, Stone Co.
hicb has The letter published from Gen. receipts thus far this week \ Feb 17 NflYSE
.
. recently STONE & To.
of 1825 Steamer fm Chatfahoochee. _
Presidential) or political corJungly regulations touching i ihe publication : Qlinc.Ien,
have been light and will! -
) to very continue so until we
fl'e h r."an of private letters concerning operations Taylor to ihe \Var Department admirable I Steamer ., ,mghlon. tm Jermgan.Steamer For IVe\t York.
in favor of the have another The sales this
spoks ril. week have been Boston, Morton fm Columbus.
II. thus in the field. 1 am not permitted lo doubt alike for the dignity of tone and force of'I', ,to a fair extent, principally: on foreign account. Steamer Mary A ::100Ie. Moore fm Columbus.! THE tat s ,1111:1: coppersti bark CUl.r -

, ,peor'e'S' Choire : that I have become the subject of Executive expression contains a'n allusion which at The Market is considered somewhat easier, :1 after Emilv, fi Columbus BERL.-\XIt. 1Ii.ctctm \\.lnt,31JO
the People's Choice.n .- disapprobation. To of pro- ft amtr Southerner, Garratd, 1m EufatiU.Sieamer bales complete 1 er cargo. For .freight
Taylor
Gtneral I\'rll a strict' neu'ri4lil.\. all i it. coining wit Ii lie authority I any' of expression the Presi first sight may not be obvious. "Theap- 'bally to Ihe extent of jc. We however make no Cbimpion, Cadvvallader, fm Columbus uf which rr passage, J'pIJ; to

\'Inf' preet change in oui quotation Feb10 PODGE..
with politics *i ceronnfcuon i parent determination of the Department | .
l I bound -
mailers connoted pa.ty ami ( etit. am by my duty, and by my Inferior.Ord ... ... .. ... .. ... .. .. CLEAR CD. -- --- --- ---

with the public press I rf''pf"ci) for his high office, patiently to .sub says Gen. Taylor, .to place me in an atci- ( to Good OrdMid.iliug .... .. ... .. .. ... Feb 10-Bark Sarb Boyd Dammond fcr n.s For New York.

lur sl.,1,|| to do] so. e I I.dfterOlinan deem l it nocbtru5ion mit ; I but, lest my silence bhoubl be construed tude antagonistical to the Go'ermpnt. has I Ian ... ..... ..... .... .. .6.1{ a Gi ton, by C I IJogejxAc: Co. .i.E : THE brio MANHATTAN, Johnson
_
on either p-riy or j... 'favorites. alI into : tacit admission( of the grounds Good 'timddh.tmg.(3.( a (lii i l Feb 12-Br.: ship Queen Xew land. for Liverpool mter, hav ira;; most of hr cargo engaged

an. to fur. ('on .IleIII apt iustralion in the well known fableof Mid. Fair... .. ............ .. 7 a7j by Chas I IIogt-rsAr: Co \Vll1lld\"e immmtliatmd.4Iatch..
); preoos conclusions for ill
G n our ;11,1 set in'our communication ... .. . .... .. . .
r I 'Slime.Iht' n.ll11e 01 (;eti. Zichirv; I Taylur 1 IS 1 deem it a duly which I nxvc toimsplf JEsop. The fable referred to is, no Fair We. have. .. i.f a 4FREIGHTS. D odge.Bark Magdala, Dodge, for Xew York! by A -I..b -lJ- N<)l'.>E. STONE & C...
lion no change to notice inIhis
Piesid.nt. In su iliiinj we 10 submit a few remarks; in reply. I doubt the following : >chr} Ann Maria Bribe, for Havana.IVb To' ::e\v York<

aca"r uMn.c. merely c.irmn* out Ihe sliill I be pardoned for spe.,!ing $plainly.'' I. Tin: \VOLF AND TiE LA IB. Department of business 14-B..rk lobelia, Pr.bt.! for. Si Mark, by "II : t. i ..r--ai.4: -chi! LiROT, Be-

con independent) of party QUOTATIONS : C I Knurrs: Ac Co. .t\'i 'hell. rr>a.tfr, wit |have, dispatch. Ftrt'rtig.t
people I In 'first the letter One hot Wolf and Lamb
she of the tIl. place published sultry day. a
claims, him III the. To Liverpool ... ... ... .. . 9-16'J. S(lir Elizabeth.; CbfT, for New Orleans. .t:. cr pasao<;f, aptly to"A
J; .. X'I'2rty, bears upon$ its face the lost conclusive happened to come just at the same time to To llavre-[ F.-b 17-l>ark Triton Lcl fur Providence, by Feb l-> DODCt

Sion on Im part; of I propei Sl'u..e of evidence that 1 \\ its i intended) only for private quench their thirst in the stream of a brook. To Newoik .. .. ...... .....9-16c T I. :Iicht'l

?. l lading m-: ,"re for the countrl'ifioo" perusal and not ai all for publication.' It that fell tumbling down the sic of a rocky I 1't ]BCh'on .. .. .. ... ... ... ... ,.916c. ;. : :.w England Andres, for Proxidcnce, by For rVeiv York.

fact lint boll, of lie Tu Providence .. .. ..... .9-16c. Wood F-dllou. THE ti- bru :1lrIOn..\ Grant.rias
The mere was published I without my knowledge, md mountain. The Wolf stood upon dip higher I I -.r-- .e .

IellflZ' p.trtiei It the preent ;,irne rrfue0nciler 10 contrary to my wi-hes- :urel'. I nc.d not ground, and the Lamb at some distance : -- -- -. -- -- ---- LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT. ) ? r, v\ill meet with dn! ;>*'ch. For
1 ;
COTTOX STATEMENT. Last
I | ...
C3iidid.. snoiild ai mice j ;;: reiit or pI.af'. apply tn
hlll1, their scocvlfle ay that I a'ii not in the t ( I writing' for below him. However the Wolf having a "
( t be vear.Slock sII1P.iaurtles Jan.JT.. XorR) >E, STONE & C#.
ill he will not :
Ihp, ppnjtle it I the The letter was familiar to pick a with the Lamb. asked .
newspapers. : milt quarrel on hand 1, IS 17. .o7Utceived I (Br ) John fn. ( *>9 tons, fm LitroclvnimingV --- -
II Irlmmel.J I bv pItY it.lluem-e<. ilut hang o ne. written to an old military' frit'ld. with, what he meant by disturbing the pa>t :111., .... ..341' A A PC 14mmI.< For no ton.

I\.e,
iti IP eXc'Ici'hIlICf'' of an astrinnt opinions professional"ubjects. That-he could, not drink ? and, at the same lime Total .... 3(1973 639:33: ;-Ma 'tprLiberty. .l J ECE, mattrr will rteetdispatch.
Oi .. .. Pra't, fj.9 ton, fm New York, ailing- .-f with Fct deck
wh. hal ain f.'r lher: f Exported pat 3 days.. 1.771 = freight i n cr
convention, should i i; t think i ;prptr. under any ciicum- demanded; salisfaclion. The Lamb; frightened :'['I ,
previously ..... .12492'Total Itr.Duril2l I age, apil{ fo
choice -nib i bun who\ '* tl recciv.li.eir supc!.tel I lo publish* it could not have been at this threatening charge told him in .. .. .-' 170C3 24777. n. (ook, 535 tons, for Trieste, loading I FbI i ) D B WOOD & Co.

t foies mild that with M \Vnsht. i --- --- ------- -_
en by me. a tone a* as possible humllf

'\,011.\0 .lepaitnre from rilton plfd-c: ran In i hi- .;\'enre of proof that the publication submission, he could not conceive how that On hand and on shipboard notcleared| b9W 391S1 Ocean Drowhel. .ofio ton, fcr Livlroo.lnad-! I For Boston.t' .

take "I.lce, Ii y an individual: -lerted under l \a. made with tin authority or knowledge. could be, since the water which he drank = --:= _:: =---. :_ I 'i-J. < .V ton I Holmes. fm Liverpool and !1ollnool., I .- THE fn.; packet bark JOHN BRltf-
thol1h the be EXPORTS OF COTTON FROM APALACHICCLA Irgen' Jn"rs.fi2 wailng- [ ER, 1.i.lt.g rd, mat r, \\ III rr.et with di,.
curl!!, I'lrUm..taIlCt.. country l lfI.I"'t I may he 11111'iUl-d lo say that mime ran down from the \Volflo him, and therefore Kam.Iese .
her indoor*' parJ\- Commencing l.-t September, 1317-and same Br : .;M'ch. F"r tK'i'ht.tn! dt''k.r I'a '1!".
: <( witb blood or quotation in \ ollr ( the six hundred. could not be disturbed so far up ihe ( ) Oaver. 679 ton?. for Liverpool, loading -
Hi''! [), a!;)!i% "tOFtb
z rcI t\ltll l"flj'i1; fI',I.W'11..1.. ..iFr.iII miml 'fiitrrnth p.iraziaph; : of the superseded stream. Be that as it may. replies the Wolf, time in 1346.. FloridiunVlnttenmre- IWooOn. 443.Co.tons fcr New Ycrk, I) P \TOODFor h. Co.

;a1':' lo'II.1J! le.tnn-tiv I <' i.-ndent-i.-s iiUii if'i'iilatiotis* of l0o. in which the teirns HIl are a rascal' and 1 have been told that r PiFPii.| | i La.tWHTIER loa'fins;-Nour.-e. 'one & Co. ---- -- --- -

.! .,""HIIWC'; 1"11)) U. In C'Xt'c'l .htuiis" mid used ill behind EPORTCD. 3 d.y.onI! ly-lTOTAI'l pa nn 27: from New York no ton.
Ol\tllf''f't' mix I : disgraceful" arC eml ;- on language concerning me Cunstt'llalul, Fllnlr. > tons, ,
: (ii-n-r.l T! ".lir 1.- 'it.t-I .. ..... .1505 .3.io .5U I?. .4176 od A: Co. cN.TIlE -, IH lat sailing! 'lip ?!AChO.1a1 -
l li.ved ilng-v -
1.r'lIp"1I lo rimmricteize: cciCiin: letters back, about half a (. Upon Lm.IIIJul. \< \
or rel ; ear
I r p : .
1,111 my my . . .
al 1 1word 1ro.. .. .. .I. .. .i. ..... Macedonian, Jack tons, fur Boston, loacl- VIA, k, tnasfervill meet with im.fdiafe -
a mel e
1
\fi ruth .l1
eu.' :', .I.1 IIY 1" Invin:: I"' j 1 poits.I ct 117..1. .t.I < I dick
(1'.. .cl :< aE i'patcK fir en Ireisjhf.
I 1.1,0with; 1q41 ld!.'4! :iruis and \
'AII\'. li'1 OIIK* *n-btikc' "llch. to sa the le.i t. is lion was before I was born. The Wolf .819 ..539. .
: B.S I QrF. tr f"S'''4 a;';j-lv to
) "
{. .. T, 4)fl..N. "- >ri'J nil he l GriHM .!J..95SOther
: I ", 'II ;1,1 I 1 tli-ir ;pp.ii; I lather harsh' and which think f finding it :o no to longer
may purpose argue any Fib3; D R WOOD! Co.
&
Ht-Ct''l He u lH bf I1H1 many) ports. ,'. . ..> .' .... Cumberland (Br.) Power, -402 tens, fm Liver
tb' it' --
.. "* II \.uiaiitcd bv the pictmsfs. Again; : 1 1l against: truth I fell I into a great passion. -- pool waiting-J Day Co.
iftiifpco-! and' nut ol' it p..rt \ : l 'n.hI\! examined the slar.ih Total to For. Porl .:'.Isti* ..t) .H4'i7' .1321VPW \ For Baltimore.t .
I'IM., 'it' ( ; 1..Itr letter in rjnesHon. and at the mouth as if -- :Madonna Mitchel, 4X9) tons, fin Portland, wait-
I :. I fOi4minl York :.. .6U. .:.UI! _, .I5'.5-94' M Tiff 'fast-sail.i-. : LEONORA,
; :.UK! I d not i-mit! Ihat it is obnoxious( h been near to the Limb .. ins- iter. -I.-
;
iT' Ir. W;:-nu: i-\-,. i'l I Ii.1'0"1 k ih. "I' IHI drawing 1 Bo.lol.; .... ... .. '. .910..2.133..2943: .3961. Sarah Sheaf, Sand. 401 tons, for Liverpool loading t** \\Iandllid.1 n-a; ,ttr, will have imiufdiate
in HlM.def. I tn. J"'OIS. ci.;i d in \oiir Clllnllr. Sirrah says he, if it were not you it was Provident .. . .. 119) .774'.l9fil..1623. .' -J Day) A: Co.. ms?==3a J:*(>afch for the ab
:, ji.4.ir .I. die I n.trI'IOm"1 < a'Mii. 1 -. untiling; in it which under jour father and that is ihe same. So he Phd d'llhi.l.| .. .. .. .. . . .. .. Ge.in'-r.! : Smith.2X9 ton, fm IJochforte, France ( r ]J1" s>.i4e, at'j'lv to tile n.a.tpr, t r f,.

].iA'I'I, "IlH"h 'WH'r =0' I owi it <;'l1Ihl''o I ihanu1 'itciiMis.iHuct s, 1 woiilil! not ss rile.tain. sei/.ed the poor innocent helpless thing tore B..limorl..I. ... .7)() ..72T .1170 v.ijtjri-D 1> Wood A; Co. Feb 17 X'lUR'K( :, STOXC &, Co.

I lie *. id! to't' jwi Iied !ht'- 'l sujipo.e that it will uive; lie it to pieces* ., and made! meal of it. .. ... .2J ..320: .. t3J: John Brow.-r. Tolfnrd: 310( tons, for Toson.loac- .
I '
If". ;MI! 11I'oY Otherporls! .... .. ing-D B U'oo.l fc Co. I For alt lllorc.

I .tf j r \LI" bom : I e/11' vtl'ia'de. Illcrlalitl.line, touching our The Moral subjoined to this Fable goes Total I C,0.1,1\1-1.: ..!,. 27oT'T/TsXl .105% .11" Alice Tr-szi< Trntt. KHitun-, for New York.loid- I THE fine bru B G LAMAR, Knud-
;"a.i fir j l'le'l! } 'etis' of npeiations, i i. to .0. ing-W A & P C Kain. I
5"1t' mi-'i.iff"l." s.I\'s on to that when cruelly and) TOTAL) .. i yjjSrj .r>n, mn.tcr has in: ruo-t <,f her cari*
r fi'"J l t\ say injustice -( r.E" 17W3( .24777 '
0'1 L l 'iii.i v \l"i! !, of the, Mexican, sources of .i : : Cumhpri.HII. I",cuck, : ,5 tons, for New York, VMJI -
.. llt lilHd i Zi oi. ':l.d, have immediate; dispatch.For .
< "
'1\Vr'a.! "IM \\t\ < *" tW. \ :tmfsrzn.m'm.is.; m.r 01| tlii-ir .-xtr.ioidin.irvniy ; :.igi- all ;armed with power and determined on !loading-A Di.de. .
..11'! fn.-dl! I H..I1"0 ,- Mary Jc J"ne. Flitner 316 tons from Liverpool Irt-i: .t '.r pas at. apply to
,1 I (.I1I1''! 't!f M 1 "' ; I t.meittie-! i io the of innocence P.\ EXGEn5. "
keeping coiitlanlly oppression strongest pleas Co.
11. alta : Jan 13 (H.-\S ROGERS ft
r"1.'fhal waiting I* -M
... I""IIl1t0 I" .It..II..t Per steamer 1-nmiiv-Mr J ] a"t.r.
Mi.-s C
PA l>* mi.1\ movt'incuts.Ai and < hmilon. : Florence, 3-19 for Boston loading
in vain. is tons
.11111 preferred \\'IJdwarJ. -
arc nothing more
I Holmes Mi-s, HoinifsJJfv
HUI: till. wtlrt.il : J. SI'ECE
; II"': thf(( dn. ITIV views in regaid : \ ,, Gen J -D B Wood A C CO.BRIGS. ,
; loihe
; .111 tliTata! puiicnlar easy than finding to criminate them Uill!, Col\ W Tallinn( lr Counter L Durin.S A
.,,,'roll1l'l.h.,1111: ) IWI' I Ii i l i. "! i pretences 1 WATCH AXD CI.OCKJ.KEH..
ruet.i \ to towards Oner
: 1. : PruII.lo. Cruwrll, I',.tugILtr.Per '.
\\hI I t. n \Vliv. iIi-> vtmt Tfasiifi I I :M i .' i(4m. I IIH''I'1"li. l bih_ i <*pur"IPr'pnldic journals; unsuspecting victims of tyranny. ." This i is steamer 'ukeriimr-T 1: Ilutchinson and Leonora Manduiel, 191 tons for Baltimore, lcadiriNoure .4- .fr. .' Second Story CaltzeU's Buildings

::1'111.1 :'''rt'I.lr1I1.1 )1 i. J ''ff. liu\t''I'' that' anhned 1\ tll\ distinguishedtfH" excellently in point. Again : How many dau !bUr, J Harle.Per tone A Co. ';,.r;,? (Entrance r-n Chf'*trut.st )

"; '1.1 ,'III" 'Itli.-... ut I l h.' '4IJ"C'U1t' Cllllf" Ilc'\ I steamer Q'iincv-Mrs Ilinkley Maj J Cot, Inhalan. Johnson, 246. ton, for New York, I ;;,4'N \P.-\I-\CHCOL. .r".
and
!!' n. ; il-o il.jl.11 i t i11';* ito I
; of the degenerate, and
: D
tll"i'\l corrupt arbitrary governments flume, I 1) Browlilz. 5; Hutton Stone & Co.letamor.l. .
oadl :
i 15; it' oI.I.\.r, I aijv m.Ul un iir flit .Ii : -.oup. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry carefully
bus (1'-f'r of i'ie nivy. lie publication; ofho exclaims wiihi Per steanir IV) tona-W lan"ard.! Int'n.Ptr (; tors, for New York, loading I .
WIt'.U:>' t I .fTri ;> P' rurle uf njTlfj.iljmwer' 1 .. opinions; i is mil Ih.IICf.c! bvaov lie mortist. steamer l M I A Moore- S L Solomon -Nourse, Stone & Co. re MI Ml.' October 21. IS 17. _

IM I I 4ny nun t'tll..n:: abmii t ;inii I1hlmjls id f his i !.rl.II"D It i iI is which the civilized world) has been disfi- GulifoidIVr : .
--- -- -- --- -- -- -
?! I J -I 1 {v''r lui <.iri"T m ike itll arrc-t ? iil'fitMih'n.': | I 1111 1 cured. have exercised their'enI'ance steamer Qiiincy-J Uradwell and lady. Mrs Trusses.HULL'S DEW DROP,
that lie I
| ii imagi'ie: (
looinu upon Dr Ely Miss
oif Reintri/Dr J
I5aker S J Baker.jr
,
.1 I .. ..K-ti.ui .r4! IMIIM in'*'ub.fiol : .
]) 'r' and double Trusses
iy \ any ol f mine .11 ..1.1 an* ;pcculi ir aid! to the the honest and virtuous who have dared in I A II Hush.S : superior single -
': '1\1 n1"1.. 'If' !.111 .4'iS' ;I4'U, of! it.l.i Per by
II- :: i-tt-dmT Kuf.iul' Mrs Clark and
eiptiir "}" 'i j.iI .* disincline! him *' to etite. t-- daughter.} .
i.i.jrll a ":,I/-H IIf il'm' le ilinij' in hi- into. '* .,, 't'ir ." bad times I to speak I the t truth I C1 1 1,111": Z I lifiXHiuion: T J Rozmmon.S, Iuvt-. Feb 1 I F .EEII it '

'At.IIIr his jir t'n-rty.; ... H-J lit umUe their 1II.llt II.ac. Arty one who calls to mind ihe course of A F Lochala. A C MiKmby.IVr ----School- Rooks
1 In C'ldi-ln-i'iii. I that it has ,
say;
\ lare McFi --Mr! Cnv.vning) and lad,'. Miss
$\ a I'5' .1: \\"r'I'If' 1I1'fI';..f iwJ"'t1IQH in a < I lie br night into the the Administration towards; Gcn. Taylor "jpby| Cor. Commerce
:iiV'ii mi' ;ie.it I piin to Sd\'l''tr.' :I.Iad.r.! .tjon. i3rvanr, \1trtsn. FOR and Ccntrc-ste-
1'1II "IIII'r.. I II t.'r ;In''f." m"ll Ullf' 17'H! F AP.ELL.Voniiifn .
po ii'iti: ii winch I now find I1! \ "rlf will from I lie time when an effort was made. to rp ib'scnber re-pectlully announces to hw
,111:1. c, f e.f 4;,.v4ri'flriIt-I u\'I'r 4t,,1-1 1 a '
: .. "" .I-d J i
: 'iiM:: in t'i, \\.Id.11! \ ,<* p. tii iuiiiu. ( ;,'\'nlll..t,1. I Il 1..: / bf'I'1 of 110\\ ml1'mi f-t-Hiner Kmily, -l&i) hiles C'titon lo A N '"\/ Canadian Yemufuzt..f"r ale by show hou-, ai d M-'lifitsi their Patronage? -
iil nil I wi'h: pnumisiti ;,qjj l wI;:ti, present including the withdrawal h.h! 1 17 ,
I' I i. -ii'M-r: : "OIH'ot. I do" HISyrup. \nELI There will alvabe
s 1'It the ':'('lt m> i.ltliHII :1(1.Co; 151' to Lookiurt .t Ynun;; 141 t'mir.d at the bar a choice
pi; r. IIIt itn' on t
ni.t'tit: IKP'I: t-i II.. a< alt JH-i*' r<*2ml;i 11. ncUII'I'IIIItil'l ttf force of v.-i : I 110 do ,,I M Wright 1 do to NouruvV tUI" D R Y'S I Mine Ho-t with Ills a' i'ant."m pay strict alter
__ (111fl\! loei \.I. I lie ( bvc. exposure to an overwhelming! : superior Lemcrisyiup.j'i-t rec-in.c
t I I do ordrIVr
'Olilln' W
8''i' 41 !' I 0; to I J and tie ,tton to thte that do (Dew) Drop in.
i ,iiiing, 1IIIitw'! ut.|ic4and il..tri.lil .s ol 1: lie his long continuance; on ihe line :teaIn' oaihernr-161 I I bales roft". 'o I lor : by FRANK
enemy Hn
At tb- rliisr-, flf! ln ff'l"ch Mr.VeSirr! I I his- l Kx<- .iitie.j I I5ut; it i cannot lIP cOIII: II ickliart! ,\Voini( ; 117 I on I lo C Io.rs.\1: Cn'; .*>'. Feb 17 1 _II F ABEL N B Hf.f Lunch GTOX.
I'alfc of t the Rio (Grande! doing garrison duly in : d", to (il dotm daily at 11, A. M.
fl'It-J; ill"frmv olillilfl; tht1 no harm uill I limit -ir-,(-t. lti. < "ltllliuu if Monteiey] theconfidrme Ilrl.r.l.hn5: : IKa 'A: Panacea. Fd>. 11. 1> IN. 5.jf
i I state of dull! inactivity: ;-calling to 1 mind all I j I ( o: (Ijcllo :I.lc. \Ilnlru h; ; 101! k HOL'CK'.S Panacea, t received I
out nf tl li. lU"I.I. J..h.,1 i'Iion inJ' I tlf! tl. J.alltlt.: I :aod 1 t loo; I ; Iorllr .\ ; J dn u IH5 Chpf\.tr; 7 do \. SWAIM js ,
Itl h fr.ir; of I Ii'j j i.tII. ;,, be I graiv ,the!e and other, particulars any one m;yspe I. ; (Ialn: du toVviie & McKenzie; 4 I sAc. bv A THENEUi\I
li.4t: CttliPf :110.1! tint i' will rlcn tin1nnbai' Feb
: i f'D -.
: wih! :li.nin and .Hauler.! I forth bx.to'rCI t Noorse. Stone .'c Co. 1'1 rL.
called
du.a .: i. my ( iiiuii! ;1,0 lhat lie occasion which I j I Ron-Ii:; Saloon and BillliardKoom.
l'uhlll":1 I .IIIIII..plC'tP If J 'H1Xillll .ni..1 IVr-iPain.rCiunicy; bales cotton to Lock- '
1Iii'.I '
( &c.
'I.t.j.fur' !1miiatia1hmPd.! ( Ship ClianillerytI
!
i *
"" -- :
l'OII''Pllc'Ily General letter of reply and h's ;allusion j tc Vo'irg12 do to I ; nan \: .
Ii'Ido
har ) .
illlel ':_\ d('.lr ini'trk minds fiurn ,0 tbUItL1 j I i "|'J 1i'' 't'l 'I t1I1 dfierminaMon! I ) of ihtment J )"pan- 1lor's I Porfr .\el; 3i) d'l to II r)> I Haw( ley!)S do 10\\.r.1 1) (: r 'HE I t stibvnbjrs; ive nIl Juiid. t f-r s:ilL ::
J of series of direct ; "s rpII pr.ipriet0r ct the 'Athenie'im
to yEsop, was one a t I j K.: rtcd !Lutt-; Bowling
iii.,II l.tIJ,] IItIio: and 41CII.1Qfl. in plii'-e: me in an altitude' :n.ti oui.li- &: Co; 7 do to trims \Cht\'er, S do to ..1V Ki LOt ., as-: ,, S'rtHi:.'. JL Saloon" has used endeavor maketh
: indirect to Genera; Tavlor II naldi. I & ,1..w : Crt'-.cut do. Pi-iues every o
or ; :Ilsdws.
cal; | in the (iu\'I'I'II't'11 ha: m ipf illustra11011 attempts put : p-tablir-hment
Per frtt'ampr Pv'tona-319 balfs cotton to Lock! Cnnpaat.s, A/ i ",Chi.fl l., Brace an agreeable: place of ftgort/
\DI'LTIfl\TIO 1" luLO ( ll ,-\\P. illhl.I.-I 141I fable* ol Ksop. I Jut! I in the wrong before his countrymen ; to hen A and thankful that an ever dicrinimatins public
do and -
\.ming III] Bitt-s
: ; to Sims' \; Chft\-.r; IK) di j ) R'llps BevelS. S | Broa Jaxe-,
hn. Int$ .11'1"11111'" If'fO.tll"I ofrf .1 4atiro uI I a.k no (fn'fl". and 1 !ll ink Inim no I iepnnihil show him at variance with the Government t .1 'to A X McKay V Co; 20. do to Sims \ Cli ever. Ship do, Ci.llms: d., (! IHar5.{ *, Hammers prove by liberal patronage their appreciation

'"IIIIt'It t"if III c 111C'C': :" "Uf'1I ce. U't.t I !!* \\rlnl* ; eiiiriiitcd with the comm r Per steamer !><>aton-51 do to DB.ood. ..Co:; Shutter 1Ionginz<, d Steelyards ,,t IIH desire to ple:-e. lie will aluav. keep
; ID ifv( ili-tfctiMti. ( > I slim and suffering under its condemnation ; and I t 2 do 10 Harir .V Holmes; 89 do to A X Bind choice assorttnt-tit of Liquors and ftfreohio
'1 nl"'I'I"'_ if U'C'"I ;' in lli IIi"\ \ if possible to rob him of his well I A: Co; l do to Sims \ Cheever 7 do to \\'I (; beverages of a sort to tickle the pahte* of O1J
\"h\ \\ i- '.11I11.1 i 1 to !h. ; Maclay 51
;
I'/II .\i..i i if in iik> ijj* ni the uj"ct? is looking:: (fur m*. lewaid to lie onsciousncssof glory and cover him with disgrace.Vitl Ii Porkr.) Day A: ('0. ; Toniis. Fire Iron,, &..c.BLACKSMI i Bacctius troo..t ,fa-tidion-j sons ; a? d Oysters,
: c' ol and ellc l.u fre..h trom their native banks.
I its : fCIJ.1 pure motives md the final I veidict of im- a man less cool less determined!, less firm IVrfeteamer Mary I A Moore--13.5hales cotton to niS Bellovvs Anvils, Slede'hammers II For
.
a pleasant comciinirlin-j cl exercise and
1 I ; A X \IcKay& Co; Xtdo to Lockhart A: Young; Vices, Screwphtes, Stocks and
I It i> tlif OJISJMJ thin: IR th*' \vorld totpr I paiual hiory.I in the consciousness of duty, this insidious 44 do to \\'ylit A: McKen/ie. Dies Tongs Fil*s Ra"ps, .c. amusement-tittle c urn tZidce-t there n nOt hint
.
!' "Ill'll' Jr.* .I.if it reallyxi.,.. flf rSRI. I am. sir, very respectfully.Your policy might have iled. has not Per steamer Qumcy-3-> bales cotton to Wm G; IRON-S.veed'", Engli..h and American, ass'rfed, within the circle of gymnastics to compare witha
obedient prev< I Porter .V: Co So do to D G :*< do WvlieA jjtme of ten pins but those les
p I ln P. only I 1) t-.i- ..hf .-w--ilii' .. f f\ul. ; Kaney; to ru'iridtlir and square, Ba:1d.I1ol'p. Sheet and ; preferring ?
\ n (.1
the bv Ct Z. TAYLoR prevailed against Gen. Taylor-but on Iii e : McKenzie; 4.do to Lockhart Yon ; rfJoto Boiler Jrn,. Railroad Spike do, Horseshoe active amusements,can always tahe.r hand.
( iiii \\1'11"i ; it ft the .a-r ;ui4] iu :\I.i i On. 5. A comnniandiig.lb'n J Bradwell, bxs tobacco to J5 S I lI.swley.' Come one-come all."
: .
t the he has suffered Iron and Nails, Cast Blister and
English
., persecutions ,
\ .'Pf. .anti I iliviiliu, : il lit'I">i.ht in air I bv 1 itsli \\'. I I. 1"I'Y, contrary Por ieamer Kmdy-SJ1 bales! cotton to A X German JOHN B. JONESApahchicola .

*.< 01HI"I"! J.i uatif. wiifii I h., t'P..t"II'" ecn-l.iiy <>i r. \\higton. from the Government which ought to have McKay Co: 90 do to Maclav \ Kimbrough; 9 PLOI'GHS-Sin.de Slet and Double Corn hel'erst Dec. 30. ISF7. 51J- !"
do ims.'cCieever5doroLrckhiart !
to _
ol f I lu.p m'ial uill! b.. \Young; __
d-N-cifJ. l'irP sustained and him the .
1 JMIM-
strengthened
against 82 do to order. Cornrnill, Logrhains, Trace do, Ox do,
ni >r-d soli I I IMS a "(w,.nV cunii*. cif 19 (0.Ml. .",- ( ()'(;ltESS. enemies of the country have the more endeared I- Per barge Hawkeye-107 bales cotton to J Stevenson Shovels! and Spades Weeding Ho", Garden WHEREAS, S R former became purchaser

I. ;MM I Ii '1I1'h"I"f',1! .I siht-r! J lM."a .jHifiticfcftnv Ifir-nfF! KrriiK-ENTATivE, Jan 31. A: Co; 20 do to Wm G Porter & Co.Per Lau: and Grubbing; HOC Apalachicnla Lard Cm-many on
him to the people. With profound I the 22d( day of April, 1536. rf Lots numbers
of I 10( :j] 11.( ; !II| "tltu"l'f.,1 l I5v .Mt.Cabcll : That the Committee steamer Eufdllo-U6 bnle: cotton to NMcKay CORDAGE-M-milU and Hemp aborted, Pitl'h. 5
rnppei; TsflreJ. A; Co 31 do to LIc: Young :do and 10, in Block number 25 ; aUo,the wharf privilege ;.
I lns. 1 admiration of his achievements thereis ; ;
it .frilic great har. Tar Rosin Coal Tar Bright Varnish Handspikes
| ur.ivitv: ; I ( .f'J I lie into
lOt Thisin
I
on : kt.own
: Pulle Lancs enquire to. W GJPorter A: Co; 133 do .V McKen- on the map 01 fJa! -l of the city as
nine; of Ilclt.t'l in_. it lu I'PI..I''n* ea''f 2"!4'1 m ih,* e\|>.-di Miry ( providing i by law for theurvcv mingled a powerful sympathy which inspiring I- zie. Wyle Blocks Oars &c No. -2J, at the price r.f l>,>33, for which; he executed -

not firismil n ii tl'. Arclnm Bdkeovens Pots Enameled
diMiiK-ieil I i it srmll f"t' (I;.-O:' I l lamU$ as have; been or lay hereafter be re- wronged him, fills the heart of the people Kettle.. Tea Kettles Spiders&r. which rcm"iri unpaid with the interest doe

\ I iChronicle lie I tonifd to the Land Offi'-e of (the U. i?. LIVERPOOL ship Queen-130S bales TIXW ARE-\ full thereon : :\:id whereas bv the agreement made
11I1I0\\iw'
assoitrnen.
in the AnguMaVefiu.l t u with a determination to have justice done to cotton. x with the said S. R IJ.:nner, it was fully understood .
thereon shalldfsne
the setilers
sis ; Wholesale! .
: and S f'1Jlillf'1 : I 1"1"111. the hero who has exalted the national renown NEW YORK-Per bark Magdala- bales or retail.ROIIER1'S that in cae of 'failure to pay the said note
I in at ( lie minimum price ALLEN & Co.
It flrl.I.P colon accordit. to the} the aid
: contract
is sujrSest.d I J ,I"It the I rurf "f ilnjfp.1 I. Si 2'r| I'rp- reed to.AlMi so gloriously and who under all the BOSTON-Per bark Sarah Boyd-910 bales Apalachicola Jan. 20, 1S45. should beat Company
; !. ,' ; liberty, m siins thirty! da>'s notice
'II. I.Ii.. qjartera:1 les |pcntv!* klci- If'sfllrtd. That the Commillep on adverse visitations to which he was subject I, cotton.PKOVlDENCE-Per bark bales IVotice.SIX in a publicr'Zette, published in Apalachicola, lore
mixture of
pa.ilU-n! amid .user.Thi. .- time Judu.iaiy' instructed to enquire into Trilon-7o3 weeks after -ell said Lots at the rik I'f t said for
i<. jwrlnirt I invariably showed himself patient, enduringand cotton date application; will be made purchaser,
; ) of will account* f.r the just li. expediency of providing by law. ihe IVr bark New Engl"nd-.S hales cotton. the Hon. JuJ e ol Probate of Franklin; the benefit of said Ct mpany. and it an> surplus
wglil
HUM the Coin..1' platinum brinz I heavier ft.t" of Disiricl Atlornies. 1lrhalc. Clerks I. calm, as well as courageous and indo NEW OK :: fchr Elizabeth 0 County, for letters ot adminitratinn upon the remai'ied alter paying! said nftf<, given for and
goJ| I.' !I is h:htpr. baits cotton. : on account of aid Lot and all and
Commissioner*. and ollt'r of iheUnited mitable. estate of G. G. Windham, late of aid count costs expenses
A coin mi2i| |lie mj.; |, fI f and deceased. A. M ELLIOTT. the same shalL be paid to the saul SBonrur R.
copper plitinum ; States' Courts. so ih.it tie s.nf shall] _ _ _
and ihmly plaf.,1 ,.|h Apalachicola Jan 13 ISIS- f,r hilt>2al :entutivt. and whtreas.the
u I' eol.!. Hindi I, be in lorre in all lie Si tms. -Agiced to. Advances. 52-fit reprc ; -
would be [From the Ch.leslol Mercury.) ] ----- said S. R. Bonnet has
failed!
precisely' cf ,he to said
size ad,, weight of Also That the Committee on Advances will be made on Cotton pay
the CIIIflaC ofilit I ['. S. 3lsrmt. and of COWS Commeice Uffllfcd.be inslruclcd to into LATER FOREIGN Nh\VS. LIBERAL; J ( to our friends in Havre, Liverpool Dr. Woodruff's Dj"solitary Cordial notes now the said Cornpav. in j.urnanfe e>f the
-ould? have enquire We received from our Telegraphic correspondent premi ts will expose th* Lut4 at .res-aid to saleat
the hYllrosla/'P.' / proppr weight{ in water ,hy' the expediency of hiving; a Custom House the des New, Orleans.New York Philadelphia, Baltimore. and FOF Diarrhoia, Dysentary Cholera Morbu., auction. ir front if the Court House in said

"mosphtre.! ; bald"ce' .IS well lS in the erected' at Apalachicola: Fla.. anti also I lo yesterday following McCALLA ( Intantum! and summer complaint ot city, on Tuesday the twelfth day of March- next,

have* a Marine I Hospital erected at the same patch. The news was no doubt brought by' Feb. 17, IS 17. &ROIAJi. children for sale by between the hours t.f 10 o'clock, A. M. and 2

FCGIIn' placo,-Agreed to. the Sarah Sands : 5-t Feb 3 J. C. ALLEX. o'clock, P. M. for cash, to pay up said notes and
IL.\\'iS.-: report has 'been Advances l"o.tand charges.

,made' to Ihe ,_"":". of the State of New' [A message Iii writing was received from 1 LIVERPOOL Jan. 20. on shipments of Cotton to Liverpool PJ r.\TOES-100 bbK ; Turnips-r 0 bbls.; JAS: E. BKTTOER.: Agent of the
the President "fthe United States but MADE C.
.IorklvilsJI'J'1 t ( ticolenell.1 irrf.ts-50 bbls.! ; Bt.'eti-(O bbls
;
,Ic..rv Cotnn.it.ee. ad WHEAT. and reduce New York and Boston, by Trustees of ApaLchicda Land Co.
J. terse -Supply good. we
bbls. for
to -25 sale
Parsnips hvJDec30
herpcovery cf ] Dec. 16 D. B. WOOD! CO. February lo
fugitive fllavf"Ci| 1S4S. 4-5t
thresh the from 3d 4d for 70 U. & .
ai eCoiirt Also resolutions of the Legislature of the quotations to pounds P. ELL'lSOX & Co. -- -- -
the ------------ ---- ------- --
file or agency of State fficer.;. Slate of Florida in relation to the Iates. as well as home made Flour receded. Dr. AVootlriiff's
Report ends in the I expensesof Exchange. Oil Cous'.jjmneiit. Aiitibillions Vegetable
err following man- ihe Florida volunteers prior to their be- Indian Cor and Cornmeal gave away again on New York, Boston Providence, received < Life Pills.
DRAFTS on consl i inmei'
Tbe COtn'nillC in: mustered into the service of lh*- United.States to.day. The following are the quotations : and Jlimore. bought ; and JUST.ocO: Separs, "Celebrad ,oJ:," FOR sale by

opinion th..t the are unanimously cf -Referred to the Committee o n United Stales Flour 27s to 28s per bbl.; Sight Checks on New by 1U.OUO Cazadore, Esmero," : : : 8 JC ALLEX.

no jUrisdiction as State of.New York had Military Affairs.MKXICA.N Cornmeal, 196 pounds 14s 6d ; Indian Corn w \r. G. PORTER & Co. G "Reserve" Maderia; _

,Ia'e ( on the subject of fugillve per quarter of 480 pounds, 30s lo 33s ; Agents Bank of Brunswick, 6 U Re ina" Port Dr. Woodruff's Worm Specific,

million rout of Ille OIl,fOr States t I previous' to the ford : DOCUMENTS-A.N IMPORTANT \Vbet 7s to 8s 9d.* Dec 30 41] Water street.SvaYI 6" Cherry Cordial, A SAFE and efficient remedy for worms for

an as the Unitmd Sl
&IIIVL'8"wI- *is prohibited I the President for information For sale by McCALLA & KOMAIX, 3 J C ALLEX.
from ; calling upon /COMPOUND of Wild Cherry just received -
aCIn; Syrup
: on su' I There is a little firmer feeling lo-day I in Dec 2 46-tf 9 Columbus Block.
Sheriff4 "r8: 'J60'' and as justice 5. respecting any communications that and for sale by The Indians' Elixir.
:od Breadsnffs! and the decline seems lo be
Jegi"l act under ihe Sat' officers cannoi I may have taken plice between this country checked. Corn has advanced I per quarter : Feb 17 I F ABELL. Thompson's Compound Syrup of A CERTAIN remedy for chill and (ever, for

*innecessry to pr 0 I II'IJ'w, of Congress. il I isb"atute. .Inl Mexico, since the battle of Churubns- and Corn Meal 6d per bbl.LIVERPOOL. Snuff*. Tar and Wood Naptha, ..tlsaleby Feb 3

Itm froiu doing 50 : co, has been answered and the papers whichpassed Jan. 21. and Macaboy, in bottles and blad- FOR the cure of consumption chronic bron. J ALLEX.

The I between the American Plenipotentiary SCOTCH received and fcr sale by asthma whooping: l"ou h.palpitation Liverpool Salt,

tii% and common I Iw is SutIjcjeiit in ils and the Minister of Foreign Relations, COTTON.-In: the ecrly part of the week Feb 17 I F ABELL- of the heart, liver complaints, and affections ol I sale by
criminal FOR
Sl l'e Officera remedies' to punish all el Senor Pacheco. produced. Some exact the demand 'for American Cotton\ was general Sarsaparilla. the kidneys, for sale by 30 n ELLISON & Co.

w}h Interfere with have and and the sales to Tuesday Feb 3 J C ALLEX.Thoinsonian .
W. The fugitive information seems to quite outstripped good ; Sand's, Bristol's and Bailey's com

May5 j it with power of retaking fugitive ihe slower official intelligence. Nothin evening, were 18,000 bales, and full prices. BULtS fluid extract of Sarsaparilla, just received medicines BBLS Groceries.

UD! tt States the owner assisted by the' that has yet transpired wi surprise the Since that day the demand has increased' and for sale by lUST received and for sale by OQ t/ 1 tierce Whiskey Rice ju3t; Iu rec'd bbls and Molasses for sale';

JU sea aud marsbals. world more than the and direct ad- and holders having shown an increased di S. Feb 1 H F ABELL. .J Feb S J. C. ALLEN. Jan 6 1: \IcCULJ Y. 5) \Vter by st.








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Tax Collector's Sale. I I IY block 134 lots nos 3 to 10 inclusive unimproved : PROSPECTUS -I| 1LraLicotItrss. iDry Goods. I FRESH ARRIVAL-OF' ,
I block 135- lots nos 3 to 10 inclusive unimproved : TilE subscribers offer for sale a large and sea- I Drugs, Medicines

B virtue of the authority in me vested by law: !;, block 136 lots nos 1 23678910 unimproved : OF TiEFLORIDA INC1I11CERY.Fi'aiikliii stock of Dry Goods, consisting in Dye-Stuffs Paint|
Perfume"
will expose to sale, before the Court House '| block 137 lots noa 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : part k

Door, in the City Apalachicola on MO:1dJ'lhe i iSth block 13S lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : WHIG, Circuit Court.; ofNegro Kerseys and Linseys, to TilE undersign returk' t
his
day of May ISIS, between the hours of ten ; block 13: !) lots nos 111 10 inclusive unimproved : PAPER Thomas Orrnan, 1 White and Red Flannels it friends and the put .c" "
WEEKLY fa
liberal
A. M. and four P. M. the following real estate, 1 j 1 "Ioc 140 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : vs.Wiiam > Hangups and Tweeds, patronage. and b ,10!"
situated in the City of Apalaclncol (assessed as ( 11 lots nos 1 2 3 4- 5 8 9 10 unimproved : TO BE PUBLISHED LY.ITJinLlJWJ.THE B. Finch. ) Super plain black and fancy Casameres, that he 13 now recelYin
,block I lots nos 1 to S inclusive unjmproved! : affidavit that al supply, which ta
made to by the adJt
,
of Liewis Ddafield appear
the Curtis and -
property, Josc-ph Super English and French
block 143: lots in the IT Cloths stock
nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : undersigned propose publishing renders his
defendant resided beyond the limits of the assortment
Trustees of Apalachirola Land Company block 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved! : Whitney Blankets 10, 11 and 12qrsDuffil unt a"
nos Florida and
Jackso:1'county a
111015 I Town of : complete. 1
of Florida to wit in thc State of New English :
llarianna. State French
much thereof will the Taxes
,) or so as inclusive Blankets
pay 1lue nos 1 to unimproved : title. S, 9 and lOqrs. American
t 1 the above
for IS 17, assessd, thereon, and in arrear iripaid: 1 lots nos 1 to *) inclusive unimproved : weekly newspaper York : I is ordered (that service of said bill be Marseilles Quilts, y, 10,11 and 12 !, and Drugs ; Cosmetics; Perruntall ,
This will be devoted to Literature Agriculture qr Druggists Glass trtrC
to the State of Fl! ,rjJi lnd the County: of Franklin block 147 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved: : paper contain the perfected on said defendant, by publication of I cllim5l. Kremlins: and Cottonadcs ware. Sic.* &c. ,
together with the c'M of advertisement' and 'block 110 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : and Science; it \1 also of this order for four months in some newspaper Brown Shirting and to Physicians Country Merchnts aic"the ; .

sale, and which slid real e-ii.ite is described as block II r.) lots nos 1 [10 inclusive unimproved : current news of the dayandarticles in support printed in the City Apalachicola, requiring Cotton Sheeting most liberal terms-all cf whichpure \J I
,I block J 150() lots i.os I 3 4 7 8 9 10*) unimproved : the Whig Policy. him to and answer said bill otherwise it Osnaburgs and unadulterated. e* '
follows appear ,
in the of -
Map S.lh. City.'il. j/ block 137: lots no3 I 2 3 4 7 8 9 10 unimproved : The want of a local paper has been severelyfelt be taken confesso. Cotton Drilling and Ticking H.
Block A. I, ,) I I In t I II I, inclusive; wil pro Linen and
range Cotton
1li. \ block 153 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : in Jackson Walton and Washin ton counties Checks Wholesale RmnDKlltApalachicola
unimproved; block .\, r.'t.e 2., lots tins. 1, :, 0, block 15!) lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved : and has led to the propose establishment of Chambers, Sept. !20,151. Irish Linen Shirting and Sheeting, and

n, 11, I 3, II I I. uirlre.: ; block .\, range :!, 'block 107 lots nos 1234789- 10 unimproved : this Journal. : S. HAWKINS( Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting, Nov. .15 Water.

lots nos. :, -1-, .">, LU, I'!, imj"'u\'ct; block 13, range block lfi.3; lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved : The undersigned hope to obtain sufficient patronage A. True Copy. Judge, &c. English, French and .American Print -_ 21, 1516.

1, lot nos. 3, 10), y, I Ifi t unimproved; ; block I j j block I(9! lots no.s 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : its publication W. VALLEAU, Clerk. Extra super, plain and twilled ..
to enable them to commence Ginghams, Drugs
block 170( lots 1 2 3 4 7 8 9 10 : October 1 117. aud-jZeiJgci---
]!, 2, lots nos. i l.'J:J. t 11 I. unimproved: ; block ) nos unimproved 11-Im Super Cashmere d'Ecosse
range 1 Till
the 1st :
block 174 lots I 10 inclusive unimproved : by September. -- -- -- -- -- subscriber
B, range 2, I Ilts t IVH. ', 3, I, !t, j TERMS Three dollars "r I/roar CSKCUIT super
t block lots nos 3 to 10) inclusive unimproved : peranntim COURT.En constantly I
: havt"ont.and.ar
ed; bICk C, range. 1 1. ntsn-H.3' : .1.I |1:1, i lo.. unimproved boei! IiI; lots nos 12367 8 9 10 unimproved : $3 50 if paid within six months; or $1 J (00 at the Chancery.Thomas English, Scotch and American do. It assortment of lJRtGs t

; block C, rai'KiNuJs.. 1), 10, I U I, 12. |: lots nos I to 10) inclusive unimproved : end of the year. Barkar, ) Super Italian black and figured Silk, CINES', which hand and

13, unimproved; ; block C, range :, I'.ts, nos. 1, I! block! 17S lots nos 1 to 10) inclusive unimproved : BENJ. G. LIDDON &CO. Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs, of the best ii ill w3rra ;

2, 4,5, l-:i, improved; block I D. range 2, lots I os. >, Muck !lots nos 13 I 6789 10 unimproved : July 31. S.irah \S. > Petition for Divorce. Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs: Merchants quallfv_ tC.
1'17.LBOAID S.unaiith Barker. and
3J7, S, y, unimproveJ ; hl.ick I D. range: 2, Ms! block! 1 lots nos I to 10) inclusive unimproved : ) English: and American Planters win
Cotton their
I Ilkfs to advantage
no:;. I. ', :, i improved : bl.itk 1 Eran: I 1,1 1 ,I Nnos. block 1S1 I lots nos 123458910- unimproved : SCOTT \CO'S LIST OF IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, Madras antI Verona to call, examine and tnrt:
block 1 E /Mt.ck:, I 182 lots nos I to 8 inclusive unimproved : by aflidavit made in this case that the defendant head Hkfs, Goods, belore- purchasing elsewhere
,
3..S..IG. 17.1..imprm'I ; range; 'LS.
: :, I.; lots 1 10 inclusive FOREIGN I.EIIODIC Sarah Ladies' Cotton IIoe and Gents Hf-hree, N. B. Physician's
Satnantha
lots no,. 7, S, I ii: 1 11 1, !-"', I I'i. 17, 1 is, 1 11 9. uuitnprovel j I,1.II. nos to unimproved : Barker, resides beyond: Satin prescripiitns'care
block E lot I .l I block: LSI lois nos 1 to 10 inclu unimproved : RE-PUBLICATION OK t the jurisdiction of I the State of Florida : I It is ordered Super Marseilles & Worsted Vest ings, and accuracy at any hour of tJlednP'
; rang2, no. iinpr.ive.l; ; I block! 1S5 lots 1 10) inclusive Cotton arid Flax lit
nos to unimproved : that Thread
block F ti i 7 t i 1 11 1 K J'.', -.', LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW the said) Sarah Samanth: Barker do appear J. C.LU
rl'' 2, lots,IKIS :, < I. block: Hli; lots nos 11 10) inclusive unimproved! : TiE and thi" I Plain and fii 'd Swi:s and checked Muslins March 21 Cor. Cenlre :. '
EDINBURGH answer said within three and
tnmpro'ed. block II, r.'T e 1, 1 '.s :. : --
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10, 11 1. 13: I in, :2'J, unimprmvil: ; hl,{'!) I II.! uicx2 I block! : 1SS. lots nos 2 6 7 9 10( unimproved : hloc THE NORTH I EW, months alter the publication of this order, or the. Needle WILL BE PBLlSJEDT

lots n.is.: 31, .", ti. 7, s, '.I, I 1.>, i M i, I i, 1 l'-l, I II I, I j 1 J.'J lots nos 678910 unilprond: block I9l THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW, said petition will be taken for confessed ; and it Which have, Pins been Tape &.c.c On the WASHI.NTOX S. J

J:, 1t(j, 17, inimpr.rtvj. ; bl >ek 'J, raag 1 lots'Il"-ts-ti; 7; 89 10 unimpro'cd.'l.ln': AN!)' is further ordered that this i, orde be published\ in New York and Boston selected from with great care in .cu'etof Deumltr nttt

nos. 2, :3:, 1 I. "i, tit 5 7, ., i.i, |I", J il.l I _', !jj::, 11 I, I I.., \\ LOTS.Mi BLACK WOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE. some newspaper in the Western Circuit of this Manufacturers., at the lowest Importers market rates Agents and NUMBER ONE
.
13, 17, is 1:1.: r.iimjrtved: ; ; bl-vk; J, r..n.;' '-', I I Del I lot t No I 12; 50' feet foot of Leslie State fur the space of throe months. offered wholesale OF THE
are now ormetailenfavorable
lots IIa.i. 1 1,2, :: J 1. :, .5. 7, -. II, I >, I H I. l 12, M, !M.I.I I .trl.'t. J lot' |f'et lot No I 10( ; lOU feet lot No I 17 ; The above Periodicals are reprinted in New GEG. S. HAWKINS, Judge W. C. terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co. UNITED STATES REPORTED

:, I'i. I 17. 1 1.. I I..3, -2, i I. usim..r-: >Vid ; bl.ick! K, I"0) i 11 l I-t 1-it No 1 HI!) ; D'') feet foot of Centre street ; York immediately on their arivaily the British --January: -C.;, I"--h.- .- -- --51 I---.'{-m. Dec. ::50ls:: \17. -11 1 I Water street. A I '

MU: 1 I. lots n'.*. 1.2, :C. !, .">, Ii. 7, ", U, M, I H 1 f;'I He. t Soul part of let No 20; 30 feet North steamers in a beautiful tjpe, on fine white At Chaaiibei's, ---- -- --- --- -------- Daily Journal of Government, Le"ishtT.: I *

1-2.13,11: I I. J l'i, I 15,17, It.,2.) I. titimjirovi-d ; ;art; nl lot No 22; .10 feet foot of Chestnut st. ;jI paper and are faithful copies of the original A CAI&D. General News.

block 1C, rang-* -., l";ts" '... I I. ., ::, 1, --), 0, 7, *, .., I :t II Avl ..flot N.I 25 ; !9 J!) feet foot( of Cherry st. BLACKWOOU'S MAGAZINE being an exact facsimile A 1.\r.\CHICOL\ 2!9, 1317. Subscribers take this method of inform THE subscriber is now enabled! .?anncuI.'t"

10,11,12.1 13,11.1s 1 1 1 I I". I IT, h.,1'.V-H unimproved .\ .- \|lI] Liiul: ) lying on the West side of the of the Edinburgh edition. John !\,1 Carnochan. }f bill for account and THE the citizens; of Apalachicola and its vicinity completion of his arrangements for i H...ttl :

; block 1 L, lots U I'. I I. "-. ;4. 1. .", 'i;, ", S'J. .\1).ihclii-i.la t 1 ) I5.iv, North and Wrest (,f the City of The prices of the RE-PRINTS are less than one v I'll.l'arllllOlI.. : that they have now on hand a very neat ment of a well-organized and imtrt'l'r" .ei n;J."

10, tl, 12, 1 lj:, I 11,1-'i, I", H, h.UI.Hum-, '\I.III.ll'.la.:: to the Western boundaries of third of t those of the foreign copies, and while t they George K. Walker, tl and well selected Stock of GOODS, which will be nat (.News at the Seat of the General i irnent Go,

proved block :1. I J.lt. U'I I I. 2, ::1.2.1 ), '/i, 7, S, 1 Fr.wkll.! !i (Co'inty: ; also, St. Vincent's: Island, St.loose's are equally got III), they afford; ) that advantage UPON affidmt of Complainant's Solicitor that sold low, consisting in part as follows; :
I 1'. l I". 1 K, 1 h, >'J ">, tniM- Island wel al Defendants tncntionc'l in said Bill do The
I I 10, 1.1'1. 1 11 I. ( Island" and Dog (exclusive of to AMERICAN over LGLISI Cloths and Casimercs'ariuus shies, leading features of the United Srff1,
proved; k :c, lots 1 ,<. I 1. '-. 'I;, -J. :, 'Ii. 7, ''I. I lr.it! I portion St. Georges and 1)og I Island owned reader. not reside within I his Circuit but within the Fancy Prints, do.! "do. porter will be 'the fi-lloninz:_

1,1, 12. 1'J, H, 1 I.i. I.i 17. 1 h, I I'H), ti:Ii.u- b' the!; II. S. (;I'jvernment. () ; also all Lands lying United States : I It t i is ordered t that notice of t the Alapaca I Lust re; flo. Figured I I. frtily Iii t.-IIi ;n!' i>f tie 'IW"'JlJt1/"j

'proved I ; block.<0, 1 II t. I>s- 1 1. 2, 3, -1 1, ."', ''', ", '?, '.I, I'i-t: t of* I tlie:: Day .Apalachicola and: bordering TERMS.PAYMENT : institution of this su:', and t the filing ot the Silks, Fn.de l R\ne, [ ea,ion* fapaitunnf. of the (if>etrnniit.tt

10' I I, 12, I 13::, II I, l-'s !1.1; 1'", l): 2 )I. unimproved ; tn :t. (;'onr's Sound( and running Eeast to the I TO UK MADE IN ADVANCE. amended Bill, be given in some newspapur published d,). MonklUdr tereisce to IVtnv.-rir atl'.iir! aput! ;" 'iher .. .i j

; block P. I 1.1,:... I I. :: ::, I, .", "> >, :nniihf: I Now liver, from thence in adirect line For any one the four Hevic:1: per annum. in the Circuit, for t the space of lour >. Salin Striped I Retailor.; of t the c..ur.try, will i t t I I.. :\,.', ( MSCrilJ '

f 0,10:) ii. 1 12, 1.; ll-1 :, i'S J". 1 H, lJ2uuiaprovel : 0 t tlit! Chipola Cut-off following the ApalachiI'l.i For any two, do. ; months,and if, upon due proof of (the appearanceof Fancy Cashmere Robes llli.us I tt'l: 11-. P'-#t-.ulg| : |J'e"IllIar, t-(

; 1I! rk ct, I IIt4 :I'". I, 2!, :!, i, 5, .1, i.- "- Hivcr down ti,) its mouth i including Korbe's For any three do. 7" said notice in some newspaper( 30 published! do. Merino do. !jfiT oit.iiuuing! iufVrtr.ati.m: i tlie "I l K:, P, rt, rlt .

y I. I 10,11,12.I I I n::, 1 11 1, !I.i, i >, I n, IN I i-j-2o. 4' limprjved !-1 jtid! ((00 called): the whole containing 285,000iasol For all lour of the Reviews. 8" for the time mentioned, the said, defendants do b.; Delaine do. I f'.e- (.',.I l. (* 'rl'/l'It.lly t. n 111Ir.1lf.r., t,

; bin'!; S, I- m- I t.; -J i, iii'-l-i-ive. (third quality of Land and 1000( of 2d
ulim..j ; b1 ,'k I 1,1 I Jti 1.0 .1. illin't.: ... ,.,! : 'jnilitv, a- per returns! made by the Assessor ol FO'Black wood and the .1 Reviews.: I 10,00 shall come after twenty days from the expiration f'J. Swi-s, Luce and Colored! I r..t.ft'r! ('.

bl.wk 1, lot Ui. ., iHu-.n'e.l: .; bl-i.-k: ::, 1 jt u-">. '.,. State' Taxes for Franklin County. 80-. All' communications should be aldresselpost ) of said perid of four u.onths it is further .r- Edgings: Lisle, Cap and Thread If1( J'nlxiti'iii R,/()T!.* *:/' ff, r I"U"I,

u.iimproved bloc* 1 IloNm: >s ::1.1, Ii. 7," 0, ii-: i JOHN LUCAS, Sheri!, ( paid) 10LEOX.llD dered, that the same ba taken as confessed: Shawls, Damask Silk I,\nrtfl\ lltbilttx i J t'lt ( iiti1tui.-, !* !:(>{>- II':*

imjN'cll. block I I. 1 lit> nn.2! illjf'd.:, ; ; hhd. i aol r\-0flicio Tax Collector SCOTT &. CO Publishers, againi-t them. do. Marino tht f pri.jrict:.r U b m.ii to fnrrh; 1..111II' < >. ]

l ;:1". :t.. .i;, i;>.-l'jitv, 1 : blockS : I Aal.ichicoa; Nov. .1, IS I 17. .1.I fn. 70 Fulton St., New York. GEO. S. HAWKINS, Judge, &c. do. ('laid"Io} both i i in scc nl.inee with t the f.-rrn t f"K,. '

lafstns. 1, 7, >, i >, i i'n.ir-nvJ: ; hi.ick ij;, lots I InJ I Sheriff's Sale. ___ __h___ __ CARMACK & SPRATT, Kid Lace and Silk GlovesTuskau frat rr.ude ;t? I t'.e rinse .4! t'e !1".1 .:lt

1,7, ", t.1.) I U li i: 1I. "?.'el I ; bhu-k fas. me
'.3. I, improved; ; block 7, lots 1.3.1 I 2, ::, '.', I/1.> BV ti! Circuit: Court of Franklin: one in IVo. 39 Water-street. True Copy. '\:VAI.LEAU, Ribbon i in all tarietics ( nice fully pccre t.. I. S. !i.rv- t 1'" j-n"
tiiitn 1 bl-t'k 1 \ :nos. fi. 7. v, i iu: u-v'id county Dec .' O. 50-lii 1 Clerk. ;' > t-iitir, .
]>rnve ; ", > ; ; Maen ;mr ; :ul 'I'I.-| !b Itr ,
Brown Shirt r
favor\ ins -l-t 1 and : ro
of Joorjc; and one in ol 1 H.J. : --, -1 I
) S, l.its no?. :1:, 1, "s'i, 7, -. uuiiupr.tved; : .1\01' Sincair. RECEIVED per brig B. G. Liirm and schr. r;: barn.; .;,4! t.. 1''h. I n'I'lt'-I.1, 1, :,'.
buck Ble-icl'pd d- : : :
.
i.S1.; !
?.1. vs. hodges: l have levied) In ChanceryFranklin Count ) .1-1. fuald It-I ""
0, lots mw. 1 1. I, :, 7, S {:1, & :,iinr<-ed : Iel.r) UfotImd from New York- } BLinkUs: 4 Gand! H-1 I I d :rt"f'-rle I.-r.. 'tit lit" tl.- .-\:: .> ;. f"..". -,.-
block ID, lotn s. ::1 t, 8, uiiin.>r.nr.--l ; block 1). \'il i expose sale: to the highest bidder at SHOES-Calf "Cly" Ties ; do Nullifies; I. Mary Green, by her next friend, ) Iriirrain and Cotton I arul "r..tl-.mnhijJ, ,.' that III I.:,: !Ii \\ : ,,'11 ,.
ho I louse door the Council Chamber thJth.i Carpeting
bt n,' 1 J. 7, i improve! ; block 1 !, l 1..?.ql..: !, ., C/lrt nalr with! leather heelsand vs. (( Bill for Di- : r.avc ever t""kulIa srlicit, aij
unimproved ; bhck! 11 I, l lets SIM 0, 7, .*. 1 M, j iii' the ]place (.1 holding Court in the City ofp.ilachic soles. James Green:, Defend tiit. } V.rce. Carpet; Flags I r1trregarti.

unimproved b-k 1", I hIs 1". .1 1, :1, I 1,1. un: I \ (>Ia, Franklin county on the first Monl.iy HATS'-Amidons," Beaver and Moleskin, in Court having been abjured by affidavit, Boots I H.it-s and and!Caps Shoes all shies III TTePorr',1ine nut I)'''If'if in f\\
i ii; :March next, within the I legalbours of sale, THE
block 17, < >rVe.l locic extreme fashion ; also a variety suitable above I JJie.'f JTI.nlth't.. .
improved to iiHij ; he following described to-wit The complainant) i'i I the cau-v, that Cl'.lhii: g 011 kinds. \\ Iii ;ii. ill' IV "If:
17, lots II-H. C, 7. in,'r.>vcJ ; uuk! H, l.ts: n---. : property : to country trade. James Green resides beyond! I the State of Florid I, Also I ti'i1e-; .. I11.;;. ril1t.\t, ; a1! H.p U'rl ,r '
neat a-ssf.rttnent nf JEWELRY: aial If
dwelling house situate in tha of .1 :
city Apalachiol.i ,
(GLOVES
t2, 3, 5, fi i, 7, V, y, u!: nJf\'ld.; bbsfk 1 I' K1 .' on lot nuincor ten, block number nine cor- of-Kid all!varieties., Silk, Linen, Woolen and Buck, but within the United States, it is ordered I lh.it aaring I in"iy; i.ther t art i eIes I too nuir.'TMJs ta mciitinn.Call tude. Cih ?!..sjs* record will !h.- n.n ,rt,

nl. -1-, improve; 1 l bi'c !U.I! ts :1. 1 to Its, j ia- ocr of Centre: and Livcoak :' be hud upon t the facts charged! i ill.Ii.!1.1! !! a'id fX.iiiite voTirs--lvt-s.. I made u;', a..d a.p-ur; iu theR: ; q i i'l" ,
ol
streets ,
property IIOSIEiY-Cotton! Woolen and
J 5 l'iek 21 I !lol! UO<. I t t-.1 1 'I. Silk. .
.f ;
Chi ., ulinlr\: : ; 11111 at tie reguLr! term ( CIIlIt: next etiuinghe : r.Pr.ifi;
M. N. SCOTT fc UUOTIIKK:
incui\, uuiw! u-...ti ; blc'c21l: l't I'. :, iIpr.w :: l Iefeidiit.: JOHN LUCAS 13. LUCAS Sheriff.Bv I D. S.Jai. :. AI.SO-.\ f few fasionable Pilot Over Coats, t date ot this order, and t th'-rf'niH)1I: t.1 p.Hs a D.-c 23 dr. \VaVr an-! CentreIs., I Ji* if. .nFIPrO' .I-,-.if if Iami .*,, ['n..ftl.:,

; black21,1( : li- :il ,,0. 1 to 1 :a-idG t to !J J, IM'-I-I-' Black; Sick,, Pants. Vests, &c. decree i in the same manner: : ai i it I t t'ic' d!..-!fcildaHI; I iSitia'e-* uf ail iZi .'faIr /,:;'lnn."s. \

s %'e. :initnpnived: ; l hI l "!, lots!: nos. I 1,1:!. iincn-: : 2'J.1S-S.; 2-tds J.1 13, ISIS. ;1 P. ELLIS. had appeared and! were present i.-i C'jurt : Pro- [. Allison & *!o., Cor. IVaicr and hI' rf''ubrh :l\-t'fI. :!..wl.r-r. III i ('. .. ,

proved; hi)c:. -23, l'.!ts n'u. G, 7, '. '.'. u u'la.irnvd' \ : Shea-liPs Sale. MORE vided always that: a el"\; iif I llns: order shall haw ( ics1siiit tt. i -ill I c.i,--e< t ri-.ulen! will thus Itk..;"t :it j I' ,
IVEW GOOns !
blockr21lotsti H. I 1-2J,0,7S: ,'.I, II,u '. \ ; vii toe of a mortgage lien facia, to me di- beer: published\ i:1: s inc :newspaper: ; of I his Sla:.- SHIP ClJ.XIJLE1.Y.'f I I sis'-rnatiraily iriterin-d <>t' I)<>n-e>'JI J.lsLt..

llllc,2: :, lots :H. 3, I 1. :i, 'i, '1 li-r.pr 1 : > '.d ; bl-ci.: BV ivrtcd! !, from the: Circuit Court of Franklin THE a sbbsctiher few days, will entire be receiving:and and extensive opening f"i r the space ,.' 11.1'.... :n"titlis, at least b--S'in-! Ji.c. \ 'ILL.n..! Httnp: ('..rdie: c..i; ;r.II:i .izf5. :! in ail sections: f.fl\ 1'iiiftd t fj.fis:

n::s. !I. ;, .j;. 7. S, 1'1, u iiu.r; ovt-i: :Ul-ck County, in favor of Henry G. Guyon versus Jane ussnitment of READY an MADE new ( first d.iy. d' s li1 ternu. 1:111 dun pruut of said l't bication .\.. f H.imSrtilhio[ V'',rmlirw.1:1 llr: (, Spuny j' Y Earftr Irttttlig'iirtofati imp, rfmittr.'*.
27, lots ". 1 to i : : ; vt-d ; hi: "I V dlmi \ hfl'X estate (J. : d 'LOTIIXt", 1 bo in.idt-to t s.iid lYm i t.CEO. I. writ!,* in ta' Le luturt& oj Cunt
1) 1. 14iiin. u'\)1 < :. ( ( 'V.I'J\c tea'ld. (lin-rt fi-im the t .irn, 1.1!:!iI1! .:':-nn Oil, tall! do, \Vhde: d.', Wi\e: : Kutant n
2s, jots: n is. ;, !i. 7, 1 I. i :;>" '. :; ':". nd Wili.un'al'au, hor \' leviedi liJJ' blanket .1llr.lctoryconsi'li! assorted pait; ; S. HAWKINS, Jl1..c.: do, Lit.:: "I'd! do, J Itiiu-d': : ., BoiN-d! do, ??i
20, lots n t. 3-1, 0, i. -, y, 10' .tli:1.1'J': 'I : >' t .Jth: L(.t 5 1, flOck 15, and the im- ald IJiIt cuth U\elcoat:, : A True Copy.WIM.I : '. P.iintsViudi.v ( ;iiuss. (PuttyVIite Irt.m }.tirue, tlr: uzh tf.p irter.-. in I..VdonPari8. iH
hf I le and
bl'jck 3J, lot Ii'). S, 1limiu'\-; l l. !. !' 1jtsnos. i-i.Vfiiittiits: 1 thereon, being the premises inortdbyJ. > VM "_\l.I.E.H', Clerk.Ca2h : Ld.:| I Red: d.., Yellow Ochre, ChromV tJreen; who r...ssrs'C"'(:li.r f;i-j'ir-: ; > r. r Lii.i.

5, ', 0, IJ.1:) Ii i ur11'c; ; bl K-.C' .-il, 1 1.1,: -i) s i .- Flavel l. deceased, to plaintitf! inxecution .rI(0 M.cikcy JacketsSailors' l\pal.l hicnl.1: 1J..I '.2i, : "' 1. j'I- : n li.'i"r.id! d->, I ii;>eri.il do, riirnri- Yellow, \".r- i ill y inf't rr'iati'-n.
1,2.3., 73, J. iJ'i'iin;)r.s-.vt t : ',11"-k :;'J:,1"1 -;isnos. '! : \ n. I he same: for at blue atul gray Round Coats .-- - --- "h:: ;i"i Lilhril: "', Sillihiur Bright \.wi h. C.'l'ill I VI I The dttirnt'nt' .}' tt faniven : \\, '
expose < :
G, 9, misniri; vc.l ; bl-n-k :M; I, I I' I.>*_ : 1" th-u-uil 1 hours wil f sale I in froiit of the Market: ole \ Sat-: .:<, Frock, and! Ire-s Coats, :>:!:j Circuit! -c oei: ;fJ. .1 I ", T.r. l I 01. 1'1I'h. TUrl"'lIliu.:: C..aI P.lIl1r I : in a Cf-r.den.-cd! f'rm.' with! i: I'M-'H\ .
', Cloth! Cassimere, Sal i ) Janes and Twc.dsP.tl I Irn.h.'ani.h! d. Tu, dft, -f'W1! do. ( laiij' 11..,
10, iiclu-ive, u iiiair.. 'va 1 1. !bl > : )i. 1 1Is :H" I li-e.: that bjinn: the usual place Idl. Full Tern[ b7! l I kH/in.!
f.'IIII m
ek Ch.llk.hitln Iu"jt
e 1, 7, S, y, 10, 1:1:11'1 'eJ'; W ''.. 0'''., 1 lot > n,''. till b<4'!.palachicol., the first Monday in March I ,,Slit various and jtylosFlariiicl Drawers Javid J. Mear, } lII", (!.ntou, ilo. 1f"iI\"Y I'I\--n": : d".JJlld\r.: I h:Esr" do! -, | Siu-b j is a l rif vuw ft \\ h..: \\ >' f fI f"f'.
: S
to 10, inclumv, 'lt'I.U'l\i.: ul'-n-k: :!;. hI H s.1,5,0 !e.t, to satisfy s.tid t fi Ia.JOHN. I. I vs. Bill:! for Divorce. \\1111.., lIt': an:1 ::,'d Bllnlili Nol[s. COi'Il'r; ; d". I Stnfes 1"I"'rh r i"II'! -ir"f fo be. Ai.thii....
:; S 7, ; ; LUCAS, } liilj.iI'l'o, Boat do. lliIdcn':: \\',. au. arnipjii ; Wt l II! II :>:'ir i. ;
nos. 2 toy ii.-lniveuiinprjvwl: : ; b. ";k3.: |, J l,1"1nos. 1- By U. LUCAS Shcil Deputv. !ts I T appearing; : to t the satisfactioti: of! the Cmut J:wk 'u 1'1'\\', Anch"r, I fl.1u-Iik.! .. CapfainIi S tht-! I hope is ror.fior.fly! I rlieii i-h:" d.t t it.! f n >. [

, 1 to 1J, lwl4tiv-: limlr"Ht, ; blo--k l''/. Apil.ichicoIa.Ftb. 3, ISIS. I.'aile\cambric and I Liiu-n i ShirNCents i t that t!lie) ilffcnddRt! n,i.II.llt! '.' t tin- \vV-ltrn l irs, I O.irs. Blocks; Shive u ?, Jib i I Ia nkI: I Hand S. liepcrff-r! will | rove itt 1 U an ener ;nr. ,..

lots nos. 1, :, 1, i, 0, -, .'*, l'$, Usil1j1uVi: : i ; : and Boys' tine linen bosom, Shirts! Circuit (if FIcridi: and out of t the St.ite, it is I Pnmw: ; I DerJi) : Bucket' (>dir; dn, I Ueefc I Brofni-. itistrifudiirilifd aral p t rUTfU! rj.Ot-i'fti: :"1j

block 11 I aiJ 12, i it n *. 1 to 10"t, i.iclusive, ('.i'i Hardyarc.. Fancy and plain i Vests ordered that said dd'fiulant Es? re&js:red ta appp.tr: (Nun do, (".iiilktn.: :? Mallot.Sarvii.cdo[ A.xe.-.Axe I j}.urnl. It will have nopurtti. o v --;" ;../11. ,

u'iur': ./...! ; bl! .-k; 15,1"ts is.n 1 '2, :i, '.), TLAINS I Plain Iron-, single and double, Ham- Hickory Shirts; plain mu-lia ditto and answer this l hill <.t'( cnmpiaiitt! 0:1: the IfIoI.l.V I Hlvillook.i.iud' I Thimbfs! inx I Hooks. Bale duo hiaTt(, (r.rq'ru.t. r, Fy the t. rr: hir
tlok. 0-
< do. (C'tUnn do ] lo
;il! I o-lt 11d" (kliili!!
bVicU I 11,1 J I 11 I 10. i hf-hi- Druw KuiveAurs Bits Su-spemlers, Gloves, &.c. \ in .April A I D. I l1 !h, ui.d in dcfaiiit: > .
tit s. > 1. ? with
l.t. the
, 10unimproved; ; Iwr., : Auguer I Irons, Making; I i I Irons, Marline: -:1'1 k.-. Ship: Scrirr I fnict Sfn::te I.f! rP (I'Mt.-d: SWu, .,
sive unimpr.n-od: block I 1"), I it.. !:1--2. 1 to 1 t, jaI : ";'niTIz Braces, Timber Scribes Turn Screws, All (I any portion of the above witbl' s' id to t hereof this 1 said bill 1 !be takt-a pro c<>?;fcs-s and }p I IJuim I I'lj-i-ers, Cook's Ladles T'.riwmi.dii!ion t that '-the i ; "IMJ-H -h.. : .....
I blo: ki >, lots nos. 3, J I. Al nking Clua; Mortice do S.iw Sets Wood the trade at New York Factory ;' Terms that t this order be publi-litd t in vine : fain '
elusive U'limprove.l; : : : ;e.s ( newspaporn ; I Did.lt"f.'ail i Nu'edl'', Sail Twine, no political di-rnssion, "-ice ; I i he .n :: MI!',
C, 7, 3, u'fim.MMVtfJ ; blk 1, 1 I.t n"is. 1 to 1 1'/i, 1.'llc'', Adzes, V/renches, Saw, Lock-, I Hooks made easy. Call and examine the ,tork. n this Circuit fur the space ('I f three months Sein? do, Sewing do. P.i'm.IJi.I izing: Leather, It will be vehicle! i'f :nnIt.t: i:>r .

inclusive, uaimjf\\I.; hll' ] >, lot urw. 1 to nd Staples. : Uutts, Screws Hin2 i Shutter Bolts, JNO. S. IIUTCIII N'-oN, Agt. Factory, before lie ordered for I the sii.i; hearin:. Pump dr. Shovel, [I;tInuiers. I Ilaf.-hets. rII! -'f-. any set i-f opiniors.( TIe irrar; d ,i-irti < I lYfsTJbir .<>f

10, ,i\e, ; ;)) '.; IJh cl:; 1 I'J, IsN: Il s. 1 BraJ., Tacks,, Copper Wire Melting I Ladles, Hat No. -'S Wrtt,T ,!red.nj,-.turs.: THOMAS JJALTZELL, JuJ0'e.December Augurs PI u HI.-'. I H.iudsm:, ( ;j iimblf! Hanr-aw| i< to E'I..II'. !(, at t't'' S.t 11 t (1;, vi.. r.
.', Dec. ! to 10, i'lcl'isive, n-ii.npr.'V.-d ; hl'k: I.t. iios. Trails, .\w., Hatchets. Cofee:1 ilL:, Sledge Hams Alalarhilola. Ii. i'1'S :rucdll.: I Hooks! and Staple.llms"I I .. Pjdu'ek- .1 tVithf'il ai.il. j r\lr.i{ I reprrfer t ..-;: s* rt. ,lit,i '.
---- ------- --- ,
1 to 10, inII.it11IY.I'C: : ; bl. :! I ..tsnos. (1:1 Smith Tongs: : : Anvils, &c. &.C. Cotton Press. In District Court of Uw Unite Wood I Si\.", IVndani i I Ilanlyards I ( I Hand l LineSea :-, I r..Uiuu'f'-a rI1tUr f.ntl, foil is I I' h ,:'

.... 2 to J. ; ili'l iveJ ; bl x.-k :J, 1'or sal iiy B. ELLISON &, Co. subscriber is happy to infoim his former I I t.t'I' ; do, Log do. Fish d<>. I llasid Leads. I.Ve-> I ;'ltieian, I the bu>irt's mart, the! rnar.ntuftvt'r
lots nos. 1 to 9 I. inclusive, u"i.uir.I\, ; i i.! ek11 I, Dee y. Cor. Water and Chestnut .b. THE rois:, and ship masters; ,t Stales, for flue IVoitlietrict ', Dis- Sea do, Sheet d'', HolT do, Funnel, Lintlorns: ", I the :ierh.iiic! old: *"f'rHe: i il: tt i u--tnl o;t. .

lots WH. It'. l-t: iacl'i'ivre' Uiumprored: blor-k has: the above P'i' i in t ;i "':1.1 Cll'llly.r. ali tlallle i now of Florida.IN Cliulk; Lines: [Piteli" Puts, Log Books, Carpi dn! :diiir ,.f C'.nn'" al II t h't I;,:\( nfl: I h! n. :, ,

55, lots nos I. ', :3, I; ;, >? i t. I >, l urn;* n-eJ ; Provisions prepared to : ;111">.a wollas ; be ) ADMIRALTY.Daniel IV-layiir Pin, Ti Ware, Crockery, Carpenter'sTools at ;iI! tirit-s with 1 implicit c. rtoorre.! '

bock 5:i;, 1 )t> :r)". 1 to 1 I. ind'iiinj, u III'O\; ; "- JUST[ : received per j-chr Elizabeth Hull and done by any compress other ( in tlu';'city, and can a- N. McLean and 1 :llI1i"on; I'o"re \:c. II i is hlllld thuat I he: 1"f.lhl1,1 tia it 'f! .I.rh

; 5S, I lots t nos. 1 t10 1 ), iudiHiv: ,;, tHiI-i .Ilo.si.froin) New Orleans good if not on better press :t.k* is a on(trial others, owners of the Apnlu-hicoi.- -!; I P'c.I> 1847.aisd r. i'fi:!>ff JfIl111H1111.l rtd/gUlff. < :1 I. i I'. ul! r'

proveJ ; block :,..1.11. l)-)5. 1 to 1), j'I'l".j\-; .', n'iimprove.l 50 bbls: Flour; 20 bxs Cheese(; The: warehouse is ,now h'rn'II.t' and ready stcurn: boat Augusta, l AMERICANNet -- ---- -- pheo it vit hub the reach t t then r i: *,.- ,
; block! .iJ, lots,uii. J 11.iS.h'-lu-uv,unimproved 10 bf bils! Batter Crackers; 10 firkins Buttti; to receive cotton on storage.; "ikI vs. Libel for Collision. t the ;'t'<'ple, r.t t the l c:rr.ir.er; <-ri.-nt 1.1 \\ :1! [ ,- '
lots 1 to S ; )10 bbls Pilot j l Bread 20 kog Leaf Lard The Steam Boat Eufaula, Twine .Jiaunfactnl' Jli..s tn hc
; hlkfl.; !, to, ,.jhdJ..i.e.lirjrove.l. : ; ; JNO. S. HUTCIIINSON, Agent. : a rat r ir,11 r."li: a-(! "I'l.lIld .rlt :
; ILl iuRlusivo iiiitn: >roved :500 lbs Ba g'd Hams her tackle, apparel and J in I'! tll. ..f .
< h t'
; hck. : ; ; sujK-r ; Apalachicola. Dec. IS 17, |s-tf Company, >e rv Curort s.-i >t.l: I P ('t i iiit' :, B: .s
l lut 1 t""j 10. i."lHi\'j iitiiiiiprov.-d ; HhlulsN. 0 Sugar ; Ir. furniture.I t 12: CoMMEKCIAL-STHKF.r be regarded I with t'avrr hy all rli---"-s < t ,tl.,. I->lIi.t|

block 71,1.I t nos 1 I to U i: uuiutproved; ; ".'!.iel will be sold low by 5 1 DS St. Croix Sugar ; NOTICE is hereby given to all whom it may rr.tinily ; ani.I 1'.1ilJ r thus stated! his I bj. rt.. :fh

block 72 lots nos i in 10 inrlu-ivo,u i:;'joov.t3 ; Jan t; E :lcCuLLY.O Waterf 15 do New Orln-s Sugar; that by virtue of an attachment (Up Stairs,) BOSTON.Manufacturers .nh..nlh! r rc-p..cl.'iiily si-lieiu 3 Jihrnl mil !:.>

block i:lots nos 1 tl> 10" inclusive n.uniprovcd! ; ------ -'- 20' lthls St X warrant of arrest, issued in the above caue, I and Dealers in Bryan's Patent Frallpp.rt: ln/ni the enliiil.tent: .1! public it I tIC

block 70 l.'ts nos I to 10' i' dt.i\'c Tnimproved J ; ,riuc;. :U. :bxs Stewart's Loaf have seized and taken I the above mentioned SteamBoat Twine Stands; I'ot t OIre; : TwineBaleiri: arid; Unitid: States.

block 77 lots tins 1 to 10! ;inclasive: u.iimproved; ,\ FEW bbls pure Cider Vinegar, for sale) low 1 bbli rol.d Eufaula, her Jackie apparel and furniture, Bundle Twines, duty's C'UolilIerring Tv\ ir'e. J.nns.H.. -[o'l'O ,

block 78 lots: n..' 1 to 10 indmive: u-tiiripr-.ve.; ; : by E.: McCULLY, ) sacks Rio Coflce; :0) do Java ; to answer In the libel tiled therein, fur damages Cotton Seine Twine, Tanned and Untanncd Fbx Sfen ';'rap.lar lo the !!er..ate ct tht t I'. S.

block SI lot: n-n 1 to 10 I i'K-l-i-!iv,' iMinr-r: ; A-; d ; .Nov I 11 50 Water !t .10) bxs Aromatic Tobacco; for a collision in a cause civil and maritime. (herring Twine, Hawser and ShroudlailIJck) I -/- The 'Tnitcd i States Il"'rli'f"111, b?

S2 lots nis 1 t,11 I in.-5'.nivf: u'iU\"UH'c.; ---- .10 i( Mnft'ddo.: ; That the said process is returnable before the erel Lines; 1 Herring, Pohaj.m Shad. Bass ami! printed on a lar.e and! hand.M n-e rhtct, ;ir (1 ,>;B(d

bock S'J t 1.1t.: m' It'll.- i i-id'itive' u.ilrN\.c. :; : SJydrosCitie ffnk Fountain.A 20' t Spc'rr Candles; fiObxs brown Soap; District Court of the United States for the Northern Dip Nets. Government Seines with BJ. S; Cod fiery rat-I nir.r: t-xcvj t SUI.d.\oI. iitrt tit: rt te :

block *5t lots no? I to 10: itHusivc 111J'I'i;: ; FElydrostatic i Ilk Fountains, Pen Hacks I 100 bags Shot ; 50 kegs Powder; District of Florida at the Clerk's oHice of 1 Herring, Mackerel, Shad, Menhaden S-nes. :.:.; per unitii.

hlok V lots 3 nos I to I'') i iclusivj,! ir.improwd; 1 S.lll ;, Paper Folders, Stamps Seals 1000 1 Ihs Lead ; said Court, i in the city I of f A Palacli icola, on the .c.

blok S') lots nos' 1 to ,illusive uaimpr'tvi-d ; ; Clsps. Weights &c. for sale by 200 kegs White Lead!, No. 1 ,Extra and Pure. third Monday ((17th day) of May, instant at III .A: B. .;\lh awl Riiiifs knit to (:-1ei' tit .'{/CII'I In ronr- -rti'.n with: the: daily paper, there \\ibe
inclu-iiv.- ,,\' J J ALLEN. Foralchy G. CO. A. AL at which time and the said notice. B. ELLISON[ & Co., Agents,
block 71t, no 1 to 10 limjro\II.; W. POnTEI& place causeis [ i""t.1 l fn-rri: I tie:: an.e r-tabii-l.mei.f,
lots I to 10' itirl'isjvtf iriimprnved ; Dec 30 to be heard. October II t, IS 17. 301! f Ai'.il..cl.ic.'b;
bock" nos Gold Pens.FEW .1 streetMOFFATS The 33irrcr of .
inclusive u-iiint.mvc.1 Dated at Apalachicoln, this 15th( day of f Mav Congress.This
:I'tj nos I to I 10 ; of Woodward &. ,
block 00 nos 1 to I0indu i :i ivc uiiirnpiovod! ; A Gold received Brotlrr', superior I LIE PILLS AND PIKENIX( in the year IS 17. ROBERT l MYEISS, Groceries, &c.JUST publication will contain exclusively t tie

block lot no< 1 t to lo' i'i(luive u ; October! Pens 21. ,just ald J C. ALLEN.by just received and for sale by U. S. Marshal.by received from New York, per brig Alaba- Reports of the Proceedings and Debates cf t tk
91lti limlrfl.l Nov 23 II. F. ABELL J Druggist. a general assortment of Groceries, &c. Congress of the United States. It will be Issure
block 1,1. nos 1 to I 10 jncl iive \ ; ___ 11. R. TAYLOR, I). M.
block yi lots nos 1 t.) I1) ica.ju'liljlrov': ; I ; Wcslern Produce. lops, May 2-2, IS 17. I'.Mf! coiiMsting in part as f'lIow'iz : semi-weekly, in an elegant quarto form, *tbrrngK-

lilo lc 01 lr'ti ni 1 I" I1'' iar1i\'c! Ulill"J\'c:] j ST. LOUIS Flour, Ohio do l Lard, Whiskey Crop, fur sale by -- -- ------- -- Crushed Sugar "a fine article nut tte sessions of Congros, and will be furnishedto :
Fal Pickles assorted Lemon
FRESH ttt
subscribers
Syrup the
Witcd. at rate of two dollars for
block 9 lots nos :31 :i ( -. l uim'lrl\'Cd ; -ir, choice prime. Molasses,Pork, mess H. F. ELL. illap Agents "
ant
block r lot nos 1 :i ( 7 .'. 10: unimproved: ; .\! prrne, Icon. Hams, Sides and Shoulders, for --- -- .i -- THE subscriber wishes to engage in I the s.iloof Cog. Brandy, a super. article long session and one dollarTor the short session
Uf : Com. dO.lIc.lhnd .
Goods. number of and middle It is believed that this national work n3I
Dry great
Maps a
block VI lots nos 1 to I 10: ; s1!*- by B. ELLISON &, Co. ji.nng
block 9S lots nos 1 to 10 idu.iIlimjlJ''d! : ; Dec '.). Cor. Water and Chestnut sts. DRILLINGS I ; Tid\ng', Colon Osnaburgs, aged men of moral and business habit-, as tra Gin, of the best quality, bee deemed indispensable in the library ct"e r?
------- -- ------ I and Northern (Jin, Peach Brandy, public institution, politician and professional
block yO lots nos" I tn 10 inclusive unimproved ; !, !, Flnnel. Blankets veiling agents. Having completed new ,
block 10) lots no I to ninrl'i
block 101 lots nos 1 to I i iuelu i ive unimproved ; different sized boxes,, just received from Ha- Ginghams, Calicoes 1.lanes. Hosiery, &c. &c. 7'2 !Maps ; large Map of the World, Rrforence Maderia Port and Malaga \ regarded by the great mass"oJ the people as tit

block 102 lots nos' 1 to I I 10 ind'Kive unimproved: ; I IN\.11. und for sale by For sale by & CO. and Distance Map of the United Slates National Soap Candle and Starch very best political text book for their own instruction
Dec 9. Cor. Water of the United State* also of N. O. Rectified Whiskey and that of their children.
block 101 lots flog 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved: Dec 23 E McCULLY. and Chestnut sts. Map -- a variety
-- -- Brown N. 0. Muscovado and Croix
St.
-- ---
Sugar
other Maps, including of Mexico
se'cralIal' ,
unjInirov(1block - --
block 101 lots nos 1 to t lOinrl'uive ; --- --- --- -
lots nos 1 to lOinrl'isivc) ;, ELILITZreast and Soda Powders of they Candies.A the subscriber is prepared to furnish agents, for Bacon Sides &c. &c. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT.
105 ulinpro.d.block
103 lots no? 1 to inclusive unimproved jf ;; best quality, for sale FEW boxes of Stewart's Refined Candies, cash, at I the lowest possible prices. All of which will be sold) low by Throughout the session of Congress, Exttt
July )17 J. C ALLEX.ta for sale by E. McCULLY, Add less, E. McCULLY, will be issued from the office of the "Unit**
1 to lo 'e ;;
block 107 lots no i1rlH 1ollro\'e. Nov 1 50 Water st. S. AUGUSTUS[ MITCHELL Nov 11 'l 0 Water st. States Reporter," containing the reports of.i$
t f block 10? lots nos 1 to 10 \ : Cordials _
: block 103( lots nos I to 10 inclusive Ulimir\'ec; : FEW dozen bottles, just received from Havana Wood Ware, tic. Northeast corner of Market and Seventh Groceries and Ship Stores. such Debates as may possess peculiarly excitii?
interest.
block 110 lots noal to 10() inclusive inpr. (:: A and for sale by BARREL Covers, Painted Pails, Tubs, Flour Dee 30 Streets, Philadelphia.Blank COFFEE, Java do, St. Domingo do, !b
RIO All and to
block Ill lots no.s I to 10) inoluMve : subscriptions communications
uailjro\'c Dec 23 E McCULLY. Trays Axhelves Books and Flour, Western do; N 0 Sugar,
block 112 lots nos 110 10 !iodl: -i\'p : Bucct. Stationery.LEDGERS post-paid, and addressed
Brooms, &c. &c. for sale by St. Croix do, Porto Rico do, Young Hyson Tea,
block 113 lots nos I to 10 inclusive uniniiroved :: OsiiaburKS. Journals Day Books &c. JAMES A. HOUSTON,
Hyson do, Powchong do. Souchong do Goshen
block 114 lots nos 110 10 inclusive unimprovedblock ::: 'I f\ BALES Georgia Osnaburgs on consign. B. ELLISON &Co. Foolscap and Letter Paper; Butter Cheese, Lard Bacon Hams Sides, Shoul- United States Reporter,Washington,D.&
115 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive' unimproved :: Dec 9. Cor. WaleI and Chestnut sts.( Cotton Memorandum Books July 31. 1547.
1\J sale
tnent for ;
: by -- ders, Molasses, Whiskey, Mess and Prime Beef
1 to 10 inel'J-ive unimproved :: All 5tat' w
116 lots nos throughout the United
block J. DAY Co. Ship and River Bills Lading; Mess and Prime Pork Mackerel. newspapers
block 117 lots nos 1 tu 10 inclusive unimproved ::; Dec, & BOOTS, Shoes and Brogans, by the case; Shad Salmon who publish this Prospectus once a week froi
----- Boooks Letter Press.
-- (for herring Sound and Tongues Cod Fish h
Shoes and Buskins Tongues
block 118 lots nos I to 10 inclusive uaimproved: ::: Syr'ups. ; this dole till the meeting of Congress, will be t>
Blank Bills of and Pepper Spices Catsups. Pepper
Exchange Sauce Olives
block 119 lots noa I to inclusive! unimprovedblock :: AIen's Boys and Y outh'j Brogans ; Checks titled to an exchange with the United StaW
1 : assorted of superior
Syrups Just icceived and for sale Capers, Pickles Soap Starch Tobacco, Navy
lots nos 1 to inclusive unimproved :: 5DOZ. qualy finesew'dflrogans; by Reporter," and will be placed on the list of IbO
and for )
: from Havana Pilot do Crackers
Bread Dried
J2 Vinegar Fruits
1, block lots nos 110 10 inclusive unimproved :: Men's pegged Boots; March 1 II. F. ABELL. to whom the Extra* will be despatched. __
; Dec 23 E McCULLY. Beans, Salt, llaisens. Macaroni Vermacelli Ar-
; block 122 lots nos 1 to 10 !Inclusive unimproved :: fine sewed Boots;
--- Fresh Garden Seeds. row Root Corn Oas Buckwheat, Mustard, Rice. Castile Soap,
block 121 lots nos 1 to 10 10 inclusive unimproved unimproved ::: Horse and Dray Russet Brogans. For sale by LAGE assortment of Fresh Seed, just rec'd For sale by 15. ELLISON & CO. JUST received, and for sale by
bloCk 124 lots nos 1 to ; ; sale cheap. Apply! to B. ELLISON & CO., A and for sale Eec 9. Cor. "Water and Chestnut sts. ABELI
block 125 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved :: FOR by _!L?
E. McCULLY. 50 Water st. Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.
block 123 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ::: \ 1 Nov 11_J. C. ALLEN. Candied Fruit. OFFAT'S LIFE PILLS ANlTPHCENC

block 127 lots nos 11010 inclusive unimproved ::: liaggiug and Hope, School Books. Iron Scotch do, Weeding an.vi.r received from Havana and for sale by lvi. BITTERS, just received and for sale by

block 123 lots nos 1 to 10) indnsive, unimproved ::: sale by E. McCULLY.( SCHOOL BOOKS of all kind, just rec'd by SWEDE Blacksmiths Bellows Cotton aVV'ool .JUST 23 E McCULLY. _Nov 21 J. C. ALLEtfOHEETINGS
lOincIubive unimprovedblock :: FOR
block 123 lots nos Iln 50 Water st. 1 1 J. C. ALLEN.
lots nOJ I te 10 inclusive unimprovedblock ::; 11 1 Cards, Spades and Shovels, Cauldron an. it-gar Molasses. Shirtings and Prints, by tbO

13 lot nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ::: Cider. QUININE, Camphor and Piperine !ust re- Pans Ploughs &c. &c. fo.- sale byELLISON K\ HHDS West Indies ; 50 tierces Florida bale and case, low for cash by

block 132 no.s 1 to 10 !inclusive unimproved ::: BIlLS Champagne for sale by for sale by B & Co. O\J\ for sale by B. ELLISON & CO. B. ELLISON & CO.

Mock 133 lou. nos 110 10inclusive unimproved ;;I 50 Dec 30 B ELLISON .': Co. "priI17 H. F. ABELL. Dec 9 Cor. Water and Chestnut sts. Dee 30 Cor. Water and Chestnut sts. Dec t 0. Cor. Water and Chestnut st-






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