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-- MERCHANTS,
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^)ee 30 'Aptlaehieol~a, Fa.
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:. -.'D'ge 127 A.alaehieoli, Fla.
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.:,: MERCH ANTS,
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*; "nov2l[ Apalaehicola, Fla

'..*. C OM, M I S T ON MELRCHIANT S,
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- ": ..D-',: 1"2 'Apalachieola, Fa.
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OILS, GLAS';, &c., &c.
^I'-: ,. Als -q-,igeral awsortnont of Statinery.
SC ,r. of 'C'estnut and Water streets,
April 11 Apalachieola, Fa.
Be^};i:tniii Saiter,
CO 0M MIrSS 1O0N MERCHANT,
No. 413 Water street--Up stairs,
'*'Dsc. 1, 181-7. Apalachicola, Fla.
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-?;-.;I&.'P...IM IC.LL)i ., GUSTAVE ROMAIN-.
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:" *")<. TH. Nicecen'somn,
i:-A..;tiE-.-' IN""L,_-)THl NG.. BOOTS, SHOES,
.- HATS," G-APS, &e,
<, . No. Y ei2,lymit6.u Block,
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f.. _AND GENERAL ApENT,
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. y'J; S. ".O...Ct~trONS0 t : 3


l oetr .
(^The following sweet lines must convey to
the heart of every one a sensation of bliss:
FIRST LOVE.
'Tis twenty years! Yes, twenty years
Have fled into the past !
Oh twenty long and weary years,
Since I beheld thee last!
They say that time has brushed away
The brightness from thy cheek,
And thatt thy light and ringing laugh
Is more subdued and meek !
'Tis twenty years! Yes, twenty years!
But I eaal n.'er forget,
How Ed~en-like thiy presence made
The places where we met !
And as the murmur of thie deep
The sea shell ne'er forsakes,
Thy gentle voice within my heart
Its sweetest echo wakes.
'Tis twenty years! Yes, twenty years !
But thy beloved face
Is mirrored in my memory yet
In all its girlhsh grace ;
And thou art still ih~e same to me,
Thine eye as brightly blue--
Thy cheek< as warm, thy lips as red,
Thy heart as kiiid and true.
'Tis twenty years! Yes, twenty years!
And other eyes may see
A shade upon thy polished brow,
Invisible to me !
I see thee still with harmed eye,
And time has not erased
A. single line, a single tint,
'That young affection traced t


[From Punch.]
LONDON TAKE', BY TH'^ FR.ENCrt.
HlEAD QUARTERS,
BqVIKINGHtAM PALACE, London.
[ Date not fixed ]
Monsieur,--I have the honor to commu-
niceite tlif intelligence of the landing of the
army under my command on the coast of
Dover, with the submission of the capital of
England. I write this in the Palace of the
Guelphs, where the lricolor waves trium-
phantly above the standard of our natural


SANS SOU08 HOTEL,
B~illiardt Saloon,


5. )iS. & $. M. S-iiIl,
FACTORS & COMMiSSION MERCHANTS,
No. 48 Watp~r street,
Dee- 1'i APAILACHICOIA, FA
-Bofsfia Woti,.9


Dr.. S. Parsonis,
S UG EO0 D EN TI ST ,


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HATS and Caps by thae case low, for cash by
*B. ELLISON &. CO.
Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut st.
Trusses,+
SINGLE and double, for sale by
July 17 > ... J. C. ALLEN.


AND enemy.
]RE STAUR.ANT. Our troops, embarking at Boulogne, at
ra_._.n THE public are respectfully informed Calais and at Dunkirk, met midway in the
f--_Q il,,t the above establishment has beern Channel. The wind failing, the transpo-rts
J-_'-E'__"",eiirely refitted, and is now open for th were towed by the Compte de Paris, thie
reception of permanent and transient Boarders, chateau d'Eu, La Charte and other steam-
and the subscribers hope by strict attenton to the dabekwcaeoanhrad
business of their house to be second to none in ers At dabra we m tr o ancthhorses
rendering their guests comfortable. Their table at 7 P. ""*. lade th ros-ihhre
will be supplied at all times with every delicaey and artillery-from the jolly boats. The
thie market affords. Planters and Captains of guns from Dover Castle kept an unstlady
vessels will find this averyeofivenient house, ltdropping fire during the disembarkalion4 at
- Game, Oysters, &c. served up at all hours and length a handful of the Algerine Imnmortals,
in the best style. The Bar will be well stocked irritated by the pertinacity of the enemy,
with the choicest Wines, Liquors and Sc'gars. scaled the ch;:ik I'-ilTs, and in five minutes-
Attached to the establishment is aBilliard 3a- by th watch-spiked the canyon. Imme-
loon, spacious and well lit up. daeytetioo l ae r m teC sl
Grateful for past favors, the' subscribers hope ditl th trclrfotd rteCsl
that their friends and the public will continue to of uaesar. /
sustain them. On the eaptt1re of the Castle, the MVayor
JAMES GIBSON& CO. and Corporation of" Dover brought the key
November 11, 1847. 43-tf. of the town to the beach, and supplicated
for honorable terms of capitulation. These
Apalachaieola Exchanasge. I have thought fit to grant; thus leaving the
,,nTHE subscriber informs his friends friendliest disposition itl our rear.
.t-- and the public in general, that hie has be- At 9 o'clock the directors of the railway
J.= eorne the Proprietor of 'this above well appeared with first-class tickets for the
known house, and will be pleased to entertain whole of the army; having, moreover, un-
any of the travellingecommunity that may tarotdrthe^ direction of our commissariat, pro-
him with theirceustom, atd will also aceommo- vie th necessary means of transit for
date resident boarders. The bar will always be ,,.
supplied with genuine liquors of the choicest baggage and artillery.
quality. JOHN PATRI1DGE. Our army arrived at 11 o'clock in Lon-
Apalachicola, Nov. 14, 1847. don, very fresh and in the highest spirits.
We formed at the station, and marched over
ICity Hotel, TaliahEassee. London bridge. Here we saw the Pool of
"TOTIGE.--Ihave to inform my friends and the Thames--all the shipping had already
1\the patrons of this house, that I have leased hoisted the tricolor--which, rememberiug
it, and that it will hereafter be conducted by the glory of our national marine, l h e
WILL1AM HEMINGWAY, Esq., who has for heneefortlI ordered to be called the Belle
many years been connected with the first class
Hotels at the North, and recently from the Aire- Pouie.
rican Hotel in New York. Beleaving he will At the end of the Rue du Rio de Guil-
keep an excellent house, and spare no exertion or laume--in English, King W~illiam street--
expense to make his guestsecomfortabie, I recom- *tlhe Lord Mayor and Aldermen of London
mend the house to my friends and the public, presented themselves. His Lordship beg-
THOMAS BROWN. ged that the capital might be Spared -,n t'hp
Tallahassee, Nov. 1, 1847". 43-6m. payment of fifty millions sterling. To this
--the money beiog ready--1 thought fit to
CIT]V HOTEL, accede. (A ball is to be given to the con-
p nquering army at the Mansionhouse, by the
wives and daughters of the merchants and
ItsBIfcbankers.) His Lordship then unrolled a
Jij'aI.A^Spanorama of London, and distributed billets
TALLAtHASSEE, FLORIDA. .to the6 ary according to the choice of the
K sindwluse hsbest eerinstopeaehis A e approached Lonmbard street, we
guests. He asks (he public for their patronage, learned that the Guards, commanded by
WILLIAM HEMING-WAY. the Earl of Elsewhere, had left London by
November 11, 1847. 43-6m. the WVindsor road,
~T-. army -halted to-take a good- look fft
Saddlery, &e. the Bank of England ; :lhen, much refresh:
S ADDLES, ot various patterns and qualities, jpseontruhC asi.
Brides, urband nafle btsThe tricolor was hung out from all the
Martnges and Whips, for sale by churches, and women, with tricolor cap-
WM. G. PORTER &. Co. ribands, were seei at every window, The
Dee 30 41 Water street, whole march, from the station to head-quar-
{ers, wvas an ovation.
Bacon, loI!r, Sugar, Coffee an Arriving in Fleet-street, the whole army
Salt, \ drew up before No. 85, known to Eu-
A LW AYS on hand, and for sale low by rope as the office of Punch. Wishing to
.'L- Dec 23 E MeCULLY. save an unnecessary effusion of blood, we
Sweetmeats and Preserves, sumnioned Punch to capitulate. While,
A WELL assorted lot,just received fr'om Ha- however, we held him in parley at the first
vans, iorsale by E McCULLY, .floor, the pioneers entered the building by
Dec 16 50 Water st. a back entrance. T]he army called for the
_-, Tiri.- hea'dof Punch; butl have thought it-ne-
Ol eev Whiskeyh cessary to delay the gift. Our gi'eat enemy
QF ~ ~ E MSmUth's Eal rnd r ^the enemy of France--is now in chains
Nov 11 50 Water st. in the Tower. It is my intention-abolish-
ing for ever the gallows as unworthy of the
Tanners Oil, civili: tion of the age--to guillotine Punch
F oR sale by on To xwer-'hill. ,
D~ec 30 B ELLISON & Co. The .. a"yproceeded, down the Strand,
F~or Sale. and I have fixed my head-quarters at Buck-
K KBBLS Hay, now landing from ship Flori-"mngham Palace, whereupon may be read., in
+jfj dian. Apply to letters of .2u~,)11, "' ci on parle Francois.'
Dec 23 NOURSE, STONE &, Co. I trust- "tbat her MIai-i y, Prince Albert
Sal an't the Royal family of England, will ever
310KfSAK LiverpoolStcrof retain the liyeliesit recollections of the
Oi Ship Queen, for sale by generosity, the chivalry and bienseance of
Dec 2 J. DAY & Co. the invading army of -.
-_,, -The troops have been received with pro-
B Pork-D do' pe respect by the enemy, who is at last
Bread-Navy and Pilot, for sale by brought to the conviction of the immeasur-
Dee 30 B ELLISON &: Co. able superiority of our arms.


]


LIBERTAS, CONSTITTTIO, ET NOSTRA PATRIA.
APALACHICOLA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, !848.


3. FLYNN,
(Late T. CLARK.)


It was my intention to quarter the 95thl
Ethiopian Chasseurs in the National Gal-
lery ; but-itis touching proof of the taste
of the French. horse--the animal could not-
be induced to enter thebuilding.
The statue of the charlatan Nelson has
been displaced from a column, which will-
be the surmounted by the effigy of our own
real hero, Jean du Bart.
I have farther caused lhe marble statue of
Napoleon--for. many years shamefully con- .
cealed in the wine cellar of the Duke-of
-Wellington--to be elevated to lhe arc op-
posite Apsley-house, which is* todbe hence
forward -known as Austerlitz-lodge. The
statue of the :Duke of Wellington is already
in the melting-pot, and will serve to rein-
force our artillery.
Twenty thousand Frenchmen dom',.iled
in London--namely, valets, drawing-mas-
ters, cooks and fiddlers--appeared in the
streets in the uniform of National Guards.
i lhave thought it necessary to send M.
Julien--a French subjeet--to the Tower,
until I shall receive farther orders fro n the
government.
Madame+ Celeste (another French sub-
jeer) I have permitted to act at the Adelphi
on parole.
In a few days I shall be enabled to send
you an inventory of the wealth of London;
whieh, until the conclusion of the opera
season, I propose to make our .head-quar-
ters.
:Deign, MIonsieur, to receive the assurance
of my highest consideration.
BUGEAUD.
To the Minister of Foreign Affairs.
HtOW THEY DIED.
Tlhe following extract from some remarks
made by Gen. Pierce, of.New Hampshire,
at his public reception in Concord, on the
26th ult., shows how many of our brave
soldiers died in Mexico :
And Concord, too, was well represented
among them. There was Henry Caldwell,
one of the bravest and most determined sol-
diet's iu the army. There was Sergeant
Sto ell, who was shot plumb through tbe
heart at Churubusco. As his last breath
flowed he whispered to me--"do the boys
say I behaved well ? If I have, write home
to my people. Then there was Sergeant
Pike, who had his leg shot off in advancing
along on a causeway swept by three batte-
ries. Two amputations, which did not an-
swer the purpose, were performed, and a
third was deemed hopeless. Die he must,
it was thought. I know better than they do,
he said. I'|1 try an-other;" and when they
cut it again I hope they will cut it so that
it will stay cut. A third amputation+ was
performed, and he lived through it, He
and tlhe others nanled were printers. In the
new levies, the printers exceeded by twenty
per cent. those of any otlher vocation, and on
account of their intelligence aud high spirit,
they have proved the most efficient soldiers
in the field.
Gen. Pierce also named Brown and Swett,
of Connecticut, as particularly distinguish-
ed; and Captain Cady and Lieutenants
Potter and D sna, of the old line. Nor did
he forget Sergeant West, of Manchester,
who fell at the head of his column, and was
always there when there was any fighting to
be done. But in mentioning the men of
New Hampshire, or of New England, he
would claim for them no superiority over
others. The present army was made up of
artillery, cavalry, the army and the new
levies, representing every State of the Union,
and it was not in the power'of man to say
which had done the best service. To many
it had been a matter of great surprise that
the new levies should have fought as they
had done. But it is in the race. He would
take from the audience before him a regi-
ment who would do" the same. I'n exeeu-
ting mnanoeuvres, and forming combinations
in front of an enemy, by wheeling, counter-
marching, &c., old soldiers are undoubtedly
better; but when it eame to close fighting,
as in storming or charging, it was the man
that did the work and not the maniu~vring;
and in such work+ the men who had never
before been under fire or handled a bayonet,
stood well side by side with the long-trained
soldier.
Another cause of the success of ou'r troops,
new and old, was the conduct of the officers,
who, from the highest tu the lowest, led and
cheered onutheir columns. Hence the dis-
proportion in+ the loss of officers and men.
Hence the loss of that most brave and ae-
Ceompt~shedl office-r of the ten new regiments
--Colonel P, :,usom. Hie kept pressing up-
pressing up--till he: was shot dead at the
head of hisecolumn.' The same was true of
Col. MVartin Scott, the first shot in the
army--a son of New Hampshire. He raised
himself above the protection of a wall. A
brother officer begged him not to expose
himself unnecessarily'. IHe replied. Mar-
tin Scott has never stooped." Th.e next
"moment a shot passed through his heart.
_He fell upon his back, deliberately placed
hisecap upon his breast and died. Colonel
Graham, after receiving six severe wounds,
continued on at the head of his men, and


upon receiving.,a, seventh, through the
heart, slowly dr,,lple, ,frp0m his horse, and' as
he fell upon the 'grOund, -said-"Fiorward,
'my men my word is always forward !" And
so saying, he died. '.
NAPoLEoN'S DISGUISE :DETECTED.'-If
the life of Savage Landor was written, it
would be one of the most remarkable oH
record. He has lived much abroad ini the
most eventful times in the history of the
world. He witnessed, the progress of the
French Revolution; isaw Bonaparte made
First Consul ; saw him and his armies go
out to victory ; saw and converse~d w~itl the
greatest of the generals, and the most re-
markable men of those tinmes aind Scenes.'
His conversation, therefore, aboundfs with
facts and per~sonages- from his own acituil
knowledge, of .which most other men liaVe
0nly read, and many of whichno o'ne lhas


read, On the fall of Napoleon, he saw him
ride, attended by One servant, in to TgurS,
whose inhabitants hated him,-and w,-6uld
have rejoiced to give hin up todhis euemies..:-
He was~disguised, but Landor recognised i'
him in a moment. Hat.ing and despising '*
the man as he did, yet he never for a mo-
merit dreamt of betraying himi. He, ho-,
ever, went close to the fallen emperor, and .,>
touching his arm,. said, "t You are not safe ,
here. I have |)enetrate others may." Sir," replied Bonaparte,
"you are, I perceive, an Englishman. M
secret is in good keeping; Hfcmountedandl .o
rode away, who1lly undiscovered by the
townsmen.--London Court, Journal.
PREDICTrONS FOR THIS YEAR--Acc0.rd-.
ing to a new Almanac, the year of our Lord

1848, is to be an eventful one. -WeAe-xtraIct
from said Almanac the following, sagacious
predictions, which will doubtl ss be fulfilled :
Through the whole course ofithe eomiug
year, whenever tlhe moon'f wanes tbe night
will grow dark.
On several oeeasions, during the year!he
sun will rise before certain people discovei"
it, and set before they have finished the
day''s work.
It is quite likely that when (here is na
business doing many will be~heard 10 corn-
plain of hard times, but it is equally eertairii
that all who hang themselves-witllescape,
starvation. .
If bustles and hoops go out of fashion, a
church pew will hold more than three la-"
dies. .
If dandies wear their beards, there wiil;be
less work for the barbers, and lhe who wears
mnstachios will have something to sneeze at. .;
There will be many eclipses of virtue,
some visible, others invisible. .
Whosoever is in love will think .his mis.- ,
tress a perfect angel, and will only find. out-
the truth of his suspicion by getting- marc-
tied.
Many delicate ladles, whom no one would
suspect, will be kissed wituout telling their?'o
Ms's, '
How TO BECOME A JUD-GE oF PICTtURES,.
S'posin' its pictures that's on the Carpet,
wait till you heaarthe name of the painter.
If its R~ubens or any o' them old boys,
praise, for its aging the+ law to doubt'them';
but if its a new man, and the company ain't
most special judges, critieise. -A leetle ou't
o' keeping, says you, he da.n't use his" gray;
enough nor glaze down well ; that shadder '
wants depth ; general effect is good, though"
parts aint; those eyebrows are heavy enou~gh. ;
for stucco, says you, and other unmeanmg
terms like those. It will pass, I tell you;.
your opinion will be thought great. Them:
that judged the cartoons at Westminsfer
Hall knew plaguy little more than that.
But if this is a portrait of th~e lady 0f the
house hangin' up, or its at all like enough
to make it out, stop--gaze on ii.--walk back
-close your fingerstlike a spy-gtiass, and"
look through 'em amazed like-'enchanted.:
-cehained to the spot. Then uter, uneon-.
seious like, That's a most beautiful pie-
ter, by heavens! that's a speaking' portrait.
It's well painted, too; but whoever the" ar-
tist is he is an unprincipled man." Good
gracious!." she'll say, how so ?" Cause,
madam, he has not done you justice. "-
Sam Slick. ...
HUMBOL.DT AND OLD KENTUCK.-"Not
long since, at an evening political levee,oat
the Capital, conversation turned upon Ge6-
graphy, and finally, old Tom Benton, (.be- ;,
ing presentt) began to quote Humboldt,,
pretty extensively. A quiet old codger,,=anr
Ex-M. C. who-hailed from Kentucky, and-i
had once been attached in some way tn th"
Ministry of France, in-his younger .days,.
and of which fact he was aiwaysz mighty
proud, joined ia the conversation.: When'
old Tom had gotten through with his Hui-
bold authority, Kentuck said-
Gentlemen, it is my opinion ol~d H~urr<-.
boldt is an overrated man, and he don't be-:.
gin to know so muchi about geography as heo '.
lets on. ']The fact is, I met him:once at-.a?:*
public dinner inParis, When I was tlitari,
you know, and put him to the proot. As
long as he was talking about the Andes, and.;.
Cordilleras; and sich places as nobody,-bu-Et.
himself had ever heard on, lhe carried every..,,
thing his own way, but the instlant I put- ,/"
straight forward question to him,'o,{et tha: .
any school boy in Kentueky might hay-e~an^ .'
swered, he was floored ; yes, sir! No'?w,,.
Baron, said I, taking h'im quite by surpvise ,
Baron, says I, can you tell me What's Blar -.
Grass ? Upon--ni--honor--genldlenmu- ",
he knew no more about 11, than i do abhut ;;
Jewrusalem!n ' F... ','
Ladies' pocket har,,.lkrenliief'iaccordi-ng
to the last-edict from Paris-are nos, tcist-
reed with very broad lace. .Anolher-dis'*-, ,
tingue style ,of tritnming for pocket hiand-+,+
kerchiefs, consists of a narrow f'rill+ siepll.op-,
ed and edged with needlework .in, rolors..
This frill is set on very fUll at the e;irnieriS,<.y
the angles being slightly rounded..Nome-.
times the border on the bandkerchief(s co"-Q


sists of a V-alenciennes inserting :betw~een;-.
two hems, on each of which is woiked:a ;:
running pattern in colored cotton. Tlhe de-,
signs for this colored needlework a ie alike-.*
remarkable for their beauty and uoveltv.,:]}
They frequently consist of miniature groups -
of fruit, suelh as strawberries,;grapes, aprn-
cots, oranges, &c., or fruit and i0owers mini-,.
gled together, presenting gay, harmopaipus;
effects of colors. -. _+ ;: .. ..
HOD :Ot,, TONGUE.--," I have known$' -,
says Cicero, "many sin by speaking, few~h by
keeping silence ;" .it. is therefore more diffi-
cult to know-how to be silent than to
speak. And there is, a Sipanis~h pr0p.ertbto
lhe same effect: Any fobl may babble,
:but it takes a wise man to bold his tongue ..." +,
L The black tongue, a fatal epidenmic, ,
is -uite prevalent ia Danbury, Connecticut .:


BOOT AND SHOE MAKE I,
pi CONTINUES to carry on he
-- J .J & ,ik business in A palachieola, op~o-
g^^^lfia- site the City Hotel in Centrest.
H Having superior workmen, h( i.
confident that all who may patronize him wall
find that they have called at the right shmp.
French Calf Skin, Morocco, and Patent Leather
Boots and Shoes made to order, of the latest rd
most approved style. Also, Patent Leather Gai-
ter Boots and Shoes made in a superiormranne-.
He will keep constantly on hand a lar;/i and se-
lected assortment of Ready Made Boot?,, Shopes
and Brogans. All mending, &c., done with neat-
ness and promptitude, and on terms that cannot
fail to be recognised as in keeping withi \\w co~m-
petition in trade and the cl,seness of tbv- ';**r.'.
Apalachieola, Dec. 9, 1S47. 47-6rn
Underwood & Caigh,
vices oth iizesotpa'rc
S. RESPECTFULLY ottert heir ser-
,^ 1 cola, and the county of Franklin
Bilp5^ generally, in the line of tehir pro-
/'f\iis fession. Having monthly ecru!
munication with the principal
'*||) ^1 Northern cities, they will be ena-
|| if | bled to furnish tbieir patrons at all
^^-g timeswith the 2{EWEST AND L*-
.-. _- --- TEST PLATES o FASHION, recei.-
ed monthly, showing at a view the most Fashior,-
able Slyle o" .Dress, which will be a decided
advantage to a fashionable community.
N. entlemens' Morning Gowns and Ev+-
ning. Wrappers made to order; Cloaks of every
description made in the usual forms of the day;
Walking and Riding Gaiters made in a superior
manner; Tunic Dresses and Boys' Clothes df
every description made in a neat and fashionabb
style. All garments made at this establishmerL
warranted to fit.
( Shop, Second Story Baltzell's Buildings
Entrance on Chestnut street.
October 14, 1847. 39-6m
(V^ A plate of Fall and Winter Fashions jud-
received.


Underwood & Caigha.
TAILORS,
BALTZELL'S BUILDING, CHESTNUT-ST.
Apalaehicola, Fa.
{tC^All orders attended to with punctuality
and despatch. Jau. 20


iM. N. Scott <& Brother,
~- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALEIS IN
DtRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, &c., +m
Cor. Water and Centre-streets,


D,.,..,?.


A. Dodge,
SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 40Water Street,
Dec '23. Apal-aehicola, Fa.
WM. W, SIMS.' WM, W. CHEEVER
Sim~s COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Office No. 36 Water street.
dec23 Apalaehicola, Fla.-*


R~oberts, .Alien &, Co.,
DEALERS IN HARDWARE AND SHIP
CHtANDLERY, IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
SPIKES, AND CASTINGS,
And 3/*'.,,.,/:,,:.!,, rers of Tin, Iron, and Cop-
per Wares.
Dec 24 Apalac'hicola, Fa.
Charles Rogers John Munn. Eugene W. Rogers.
C~aas. E~gogers & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Water street,


Apalachicola, Fa.


deC 2'


J. STEVENSON. T. H. AUSTIN
$. Steveaisoa & .Co.
COMMISSION ME CHANTS,
AND
DT. VLF.i-;.^ TNIDR.Y GOODS, &c.,
-No. 45 Water Street,
Dee. 23,1 17. Apalaehicola, Fa.
JgREMItAH DAY. DANIEL Jl. DAY.
.1J. I~ay & Co.,
C0 MI S IS IO0N M E R GHA NT S,
No. 52 Weater street,
Dee 2 Apalachicola, Fa.
{C+ A_.-,, for LLOYDs; also, Agents tor the
"' _tna Insuranee Go." the "Protection Insurance
Co." and the "Hlartord Insurance Go." Hartford
Corm
Di. 15. Wood & Co.,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
No. 44 Water-street,
Dec 2 Apal.chimhl, T1a.
A. N. MeK.-vy. N. C. RoBBINs. CHAS. PmrAT.
A. N. mVcM~ay & Co.
CO MMISSIO N M,E lLCHiA NT S,
No. 40 Water-street,


Apalachicola, Fa.


Dac 15


Wyl, SYDNEY GREEN, M. D,
OQ- May b2 f, und at his residence, corner of
Centre and tti:h streets, opposite the Mansion
House. Nov 8.


A palachicola, Fa.
.(" Miy be consulted at the Mansion IH.ouse.
Dee 3),+181-. 50
EDr. A. WV. Chalna-iisia,
{(.Oifiee over the Drug Store ot B. S. Hawley,
(entrance on Chestnut street.) Residence at the
house lately occupied by-Dr. Baltzell.
January'10, 1846. 2--tf
WV. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
0ffe~rs his services to the public in either of the
above capacities.
He will practice regularly in Franklin, Cal-
houn and Jackson Circuit Courts--and will, upon
a special retainer, act as Co~unsel, 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 wall always be
present at, unless prevented by accident.
Apalachicola, September 8, 1846.
A. ATTORNEy AT LAW.
S-OffOice, ,No. 2 Capt. 5, ii:..,,.".'- Buihling,
cor. of Centre & Comme'rce streets.
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
I. E. Owens,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,,
CLAY-rotO, Barbonr County, Alabama.
April 29, 1846. 2--ft


: "D1B.o,. .FEUCHTWA]WGER'S
Riat, ,l~ouse & CocKroachi Poison.
TiS very efficacious remedy for extermina-
.ting immediately, if a proper application be
'made~of all of theabove 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. F'or sale by
August 14 J. C. ALLEN, Druggist.


Genesee Flour, GxoshSen Butter,
A ND.a Superior'article of CHEESE, for sale
by -, E '., McCULLY,
Nov II .50 W iter st.-


Drugs, BIedicsues & Chemicals.
AFRESH supply of -Drugs, Medicines and
Cbemieals,-now landing from bark Reform,
and for sale by
Nov 11 J. C. ALLEN


Hardware.
rRACE CHAINS, Spades, Locks, assorted,
JLWagon, and Cart Boxes, Drawing Knives and
Irons, &c. &c. for +sale low by
Novll1 E. McCULLY, 50 Water, st.
Irish Potatoes and Onious.
A FINE article for sale by
SNovll1 E. McCULLY, 50 Water st.


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COMMERCIAL ADVERTMOR.

APALACHICOLA, THURSDAY, FEB. 24, 1848.

Qt- The following gentlemen are authorized
Agents for the COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, and will
receive and receipt for subscriptions, or advertise-
ments:-
"WM. W. CHEEVER, Esq., Albany, Ga.
Maior JACK HARDMAN, Eufaula. Ala.
JAS. J. OLIVER, Tallahassee, Fa.

FOR PRESIDENT,

ZACHARY TAYLOR.


and resist. It friendship to the Administra-
tion consist only in an unthinking and in-
discriminate support of whatever.measures it
may propose, then we are not its friends.
We are rot enlisted upon any such terms.
No such obligations fetter our- position.
We chiin the right to approve and to con-
demn,to support what we think right and
to oppose what we think wrong ; and if it
so please the Union, we shall continue to ex-
erciseLhat right, its frowns and denuncia-
tions t the contrary notwithstanding.
Wesay again we think the true issue in-
volvedin the present conduct of the war. is
the destruction of the National Independ-
ence of Mexico. Whatever may be the in-
tent or design of the Administration (:;nd if
Mr. zevier speaks by authority, we are glad
lo set that it repudiates such design,) the
inevitable tendency and result of its plan for
the prosecution of the war is to destroy the
separate existence of that weak and distract-
ed country. The President's plan is to oc-
cupy it and hold it in military subjection by
an overwhelming force, until we extort from
it a satisfactory peace. The longer we keep
ourgrasp upon the central parts of Mexico,
the more reluctant will our people become
to'relax their hold upon it. Day by day,
their demands become and will become
more exacting and exhorbitant. The signs
of this growing feeling are all around us.
In the Senate House, in the columns of the
Press, in the primary assemblies of the Peo-
ple, the permanent subjugation of Mexico is
getting to be a familiar and a favorite topic.
Our countrymen are beginning to look with
complacency ulen that, which, but a short
timesince, they could not contermplate with-
out a shrinking and a revulsion. They are
looking with the eyes of desire upon the
forbidden fruit, while the words of the curse
are dying away in their ears. The danger
is t;at the plans of the Administration will
raiseand evoke a spirit in the country which
the Administratior itself will not be able to
lay. Mr. Polk will not be the first magician
thai has conjured up a ghost he could not
himself control! Every day that we hold
Metico in its present state of utter prostra-
tior and helplessness, we pamper that lust
of territory which is already the predomi-
nart passion of our people, and which, like
the green-eyed monster, doth- make the
meat it feeds on. The sentiment of Mr.
Cass that we can swallow Mexico whole
without being any the worse of it," and the
resolution of Mr. Hannegan, that it is within
th( constitutional competency of the gov-
errment to hold Mexico as a province or
teritorial appendage of these United States,
ar( calculated to marshal the people in the
way in which they are but too prone to go.
Tie wholeor none will soon, be the prevailing
seiiiment, unless we define at once what we
clim, and take what we mean to hold; and
ihtrefore it is, we say, that the plan of the
President, which wants this definiteness and
precision, which contemplates the occupa-
ticn of the whole of Mexico, without desig-
nating how much of it we seek or intend to
keep, will surely and in the very nature of
things, lead to the destruction of the na-
tional independence of Mexico.
There is another remark of the Union
which we design to notice at another time.
MODERN VERSION OF "THE WELL
KNOWN FABLE."
One sultry day a wolf of a president and
a lamb of a general happened to come at the
same time to quench their thirst at the
stream of public opinion, that ran tumlling
down upon the side of a iocky mountain.
The president stood upon the higher
ground, and the general at some distance
from him, down the current. However, the
President having a mind to pick a quarrel
with him, asked him what he meant by dis-
turbing the water of public opinion by wri-
ting letters, and making it so muddy that he
could not drink, and at the same time de-
manded satisfaction. The general, amazed
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 president to the general
and, therefore, could not be disturbed so fat-
up the stream. Be that as it-may, replies
the president, you have been publishing let-
ters, and I have been told that you have
treated me with ill language behind my
back. Upon my word, says the general, I
have done no such thing. The president,
finding it to no purpose to argue any longer
against truth, fell into a great passion, swear-
ing and foaming at the mouth as if he had
been mad, and drawing near to the general,
"Sirrah, says he, "if it was not you it was
.General Gaines that published the letter,
and that is all one to me." So he seized
the poor innocent general and tried to tear
him to pieces and make a meal of him ; but,
whilst endeavoring to do so, discovered that
instead of a lamb, the wolf got hold of a
bear which happened to have a lamb's skin
over his head, but will perhaps tear the
wolf to pieces before the ides of November
--who knows ?
We shall leave President Polk to draw
the application to "the well known fable of
.?Esop.--N. Y. He;ald'.


THE PEACE PRosPEcTs.-The following
letter from one' of our best informed sour-
ces in Mexico, goes so far to confirm the
peace reports that were received by the
steamer New Orleans :
VERA CRUZ, Feb. 8, 1848.
GENTLEMEN'-The same conveyance by
which I addressed you having been detain-
ed until now, I am enabled to give you a
later date, with news from the city to the 3d
inst. stating that peace had been signed, and
to enable the Government at Queretaro to
exist until such time as the approval comes
from Washington, they have obtained a loan
from Davidson, (Rothschild's agent,) of
one million of dollars-say $100,000 cash,
and the remainder by instalments of $200,-
000 per month. This, it is presumed, to
be guarantied by the Americans, as other-
wise I do not think Davidson would have
given a dollar.
Amongst the conditions for peace, it is
said that all the Californias are ceded, and
that the Americans are to pay twenty mil-
lions of dollars, at the rate of five millions
annually for four years; and also, that Uni-
ted States troops are to remain in the coun-
try.
We are anxiously looking for news from
Washington in reply to the above reports.
Another letter, from an equally reliable
authority, says : There is every probabi-
lity of a speedvy-eace between Mexico and


EUFAULA AND PENSACOLA RAIL ROAD.
A bill has been introduced in the Ala-
bama Legislature, to charter a Rail Road
from Pensacola to Eufaula, designed to id-
tersect with the South-Western Georgia.
Rail Road. It is said the bill wilt lot pass,
CUsToM HousE, Apalachicla,Z
February 16, 1848. $
MR. EDITOR:
Sir :-Observing a notice in the Nanti-
cal Magazine," published by Simpkin, Mar-
shall & Co., London, of the Light Houses
in our district, inserted at the request of
Jos. Cornforth, Master of the Br. ship Gan-
ges, now lying in this port, I would beg
leave, through the medium of your paper,
to state that since the publication of the
October number of the ,' Magazine" the
old tower on Dog Island has been taken
down, and that there is only one Light
House there now, the lantern of which is
sixty-five feet, above the level of the sea. It
is a revolving light, in latitude 29d. 46m.;
20s., longitude 84d. 38m. 9s.
The two new Light ttohses spoken of in
the Magazine" are now being huilt.. -The
one on Cape St. Blas will be ready forlight-
ing in all the month of May next ; it will'be,
a stationary light, 75 feet above the level of
the sea, in latitude 29d. 37m. 44s.,(longi-
tude 85d., 20m. 45s.
That on Cape St. George will be ready
for lighting during the month of June neixt.
This also will be a stationary- lig-h4, -75jeet
above the level of the sea. Its -position will
be 4 miles East of the present Light House
on Cape St. George, in latitude 29d. 37m
25s., longitude 85d. 4m.
The Light House a4t St. Joseph's point
is already taken down, and t'he one now on
St. George's Island, at the entrance, will be,
so soon as either of those now building are
ready for lighting.


[From the North American and U. S. Gazette.]
MR.,WILMOT AND THE UNION.
We mentioned yesterday that a "grand
row" had taken place between the member
from Bradford, the Washington Union, and
Mr. Buchanan. Of the manner in which
this quarrel commenced we have already
spoken, and further particulars may be
found in the letter of our correspondent
Independent," which should have been
published yesterday, but which, owing to
Cave Johnson's admirable superititendence
of the Post Office, only reached us in time
for to-day.
Of the spirit in which controversy has
been conducted on all sides-for it is what
the mathematicians call a triangular, and the
conveyancers a tripatite fight-no idea, no
sufficient idea at least, can be formed, ex-
cept by those who will take the trouble to
read the articles in the Union and Pennsyl-
vailan, alleged to be written by, or prepar-
ed under the direction of, Mr. Buchanan
himself-articles in which Mr..Wilmot was
most unceremoniously thrust out of the
party-and the speech which the latter has
made in reply to these articles.
Until within the last few months, it will
be remembered that Mr. Wilmot was an
especial favorite of the Washington Union.
At the time when be stood alone in the
delega ion from this State in upholding the
anti-Penn-yivanian Tariff of '46, the Union
called him by the sweetest names, patted
him graciously on the back, and dandled
over him with grotesque and disgusting
fondness. Subsequently, it hailed his re-
election With a hip-hip-hurrah ; and ever
since that time has made various demonstra-
tions of affection for him. Within a little
while, however, owing, as Mr. Wilmot
shrewdly suspects and boldly charges, to the
interference of the Secretary of Stale, this
same loving, cherishing, caressing Union
rushes into the opposite extreme, and slaps
its former favorite in the face, calls him all
sorts of hard names, and finally gives him
notice that if he does not mend his manners,
he shall be kicked out of all decent Demo-
cratic society.
Now, Mr. David Wilmot, having been
born, as he himself informs us, in the year
of grace 1814-that year in ',which Mr.
Buchanan was making furious assaults up-
on the democratic party, and denouncing
James Madison and the war-has in him
some spice of belligerency, and being thus
assailed, turns upon those who have assault-
ed him ; and what with a blow in Father's
Ritchie's face, and half a dozen ponderous
thumps on Mr. Buchanan's thorax, and a
short kick at the Pennsylvanian, he shows
himself to be a regular hero, and professor
of the noble art of self-defence. Ritchie,
with both his eyes blackened, sets up an
impotent howl; Buchanan rolls groaning in
the dust; an'lthe Pennsylvanian, shaking
is fist and making mouths at every body,
intimates that the first time it catches Wil-
mot, when its big brothers are along, it will
trounce him soundly. And so the affair
stands for the present.
But trifling as it is, does not this exhibi-
tion show, beyond peradventure, what the
true scope and tendency of modern demo-
cracy are ; and how utterly it debases those
who bind themselves to its hollow and hy-
pocritical pretensions. Do not the charges,
which the Union and Mr. Wilmot mutually
prefer, prove that a party in which such
corruption can exist, is unworthy the con-
fidence of an upright community. "You
are the wretched tool of a designing, in-
triguing, cold-blooded politician, who makes
use of your official position to promote his
own selfish ends," says Mr. Wilmot to
Father Ritchie; to which the government
editor replies, that the accusation is noth-
ing but the foul-mouthed malignity of a
young disorganize'r." "You are a dotard,"
cries the member from Bradford : we defy
your malice," shouts the ancient Virginian :
Gen. Jackson asserted that Ritcbie was
the greatest scoundrel in America," insists
the exasperated Wilmot: we have "been
inured to the vituperation of violent faction-
ists and traitorous profligates," shrieks the
now desperate Ritchie, forgetting in his
phrenzy that he is slandering the memory
of the greatest and best,' and desecrating
the shrine of the popular idol.
We wait with lively interest the further
developments of this interesting quarrel ;
and at more convenient leisure we shall ex-
amine, more in detail, some of the phases
which it has already presented.

BRITIrsH ImNDA.-British dominion in In-
dia may now be said to comprise a territory
fluctuating between if it cannot be admit-
ted virtually to comprehend, an expanse of
surface varying -from 55:2,000 to 128,000
square miles; with a population alternating
between the extremes of 83,000,000 and
134,000,000 of human souls. Surrounded by
the extensive and fertile countries of China,
Burmah, Siam, Persia, Arabia, and the
Eastern Archipelago, it may be described as.
comprising some of the richest and most
sumptuous portions of the globe, termin-
ated by a-seacoast of 1500 miles,.--iale-nntd..
with various harbors, and an interior inter-
sected by the magnificent streams of the


Ganges, the Brahmapootra, and the Indus.
In climate, it is classed by the latest authori-
ties as falling~under three general divisions
-viz. the Himmaleh, the belt of the flat
country extending from the Indus to the
Brahmapootra, and Peninsula India. In
short, reaching as our Asiatic possessions
do, from within six degrees of the equinoc-
tial line to the thirty-fifth degree of north-
ern latitude, they may be easily perceived
to possess a range from the temperature of
the torrid zone to the region of perpetual
snow. The agricultural wealth of such a
realm is of course of the grandest to be
conceived, comprehending all the demands
of the vastest commerce that could be pro-
secuted. Yet what is the reason that such
rich and profuse elements have not attained
their rank in the markets of the world ?-
How is it that we import cotton from Amer-
ica ; wheat from various quarters of the
globe; tallow, flax, hemp, from Russia;
that we squabble about sugar from Brazil,
when India is the natural storehouse of the
empire for every raw product to be yielded
by the bounteousness of nature.? The
trade of India with the whole world has
been estimated at about X30,000,000 ster-
ling annually. It may well be hoped to be
only in its infancy. It is, however, delight-
ful to reflect upon the impetus which must
naturally be given to it by the increase of
her steam power and the introduction of
railroads.-[London Times.


the United States. It is as good as conclu-
ded, so far, at least, as the former Govern-
ment is concerned."-N. 0. Com. Times.


[From the Tallahassee Sentinel.]
THE DUTY OF WHIGS.
We find in the Richmond Whig, the
National Intelligencer, and other Whig
prints of the highest character, words of
warning and exhortation addressed to the
Whigs throughout the Union, in view of
the approaching National Convention.-
They are nothing more, however, than the
customary burden of all party prints, on
the eve of some decided National demon-
stration. We are besought to withhold all
undue agitation about men-to be prepared
to yield, as weli as take-to keep in view
the leading principles and objects of ',he
party, &c. This is well : but were we in a
position to gain the ear of either of those
intelligent and patriotic prints, we would
demand of them, in all earnestness and sin-
cerity, if there is not a yet higher duty of
Whigs--a duly, which to all appearances,
is likely to be overlooked ? Consider the
present condition of the Republic-drifting
on the tide of the wildest popular impulses,
or impelled by the strong arm of the Exec-
utive, we know not whither-with every
light of past wisdom lost sight of-consider
the dark, impenetrable, and portentous fu-
ture, and tell us whether it is not the first
duty of the great Whig party, to place itself
in such a position, as will bring to its aid,
or rather to the rescue of the country, the
whole conservative mind of the nation ? Is
this proposition sound, or unsound? Of
what avail are your questions of meregov-
erntnental policy, when the fabric itself is
in petil ? Will you busily apply the square
and the plummet, the varnish and the gild-
ing, to the interior, while the foundations
are being sapped, and the very walls are
tottering? Is this the task of wisdom, or
prudence, or common sense? Some years
ago, when the then sensitive minds of the
American people had become alarmed at
the rapid progress of Executive encroach-
ment, the Whigs manifested their good
sense in selecting Gen. Harrison, as their
standard-bearer-a man liable to no per-
sonal objections--a man who had not ex-
cited against himself, as a prominent actor
in a long course of public life, violent, im-
placable, combined, and powerful enmities.
The result attested the prudence of the se-
lection, The conservative mind of the
country rallied to his support. Four years
after, with a different policy, we met with a
different hate. The largest pure party vote
was polled for Mr. Clay, that ever one man
received, or probably will receive, in this
country. But it could not elect him. Now,
in view of past experience-in view of the
present condition of the country, what
should we do ? Can there be a reasonable
doubt? Are we stronger now, and more
united, than in 1844? Is the condition of
the country now less perilous than in 1839,
and is there less need of the united action
of the prudent and patriotic people of the
country ? Tell us what will be the conse-
quences to the nation, of another defeat of
the Whig party ? Is it the part of patri-
otism to risk this consummation-to draw
light the lines, and to drive away strength
that might avail to arrest this headlong ca-
reer to destruction? These are serious
questions for those to- answer, who are so
busily questioning Gen. Taylor's Whig-
gery, and applying rigid party tests, at this
most momentous period in the nation's his-
tory. The next canvass probably opens a
career of unlimited conquest and usurpa-
tion, when every proper attribute and object
of our government is to be lost sight of, in
the mad passion for military fame and ter-
ritorial aggraudizement; or will restore us
again to the arts, the prosperity, the safety
of peace. The real, the important ques-
tion, is who will rally the greatest strength
to stay and turn the torrent of war and con-
quest-who, at this nick of time, this very
crisis of our fate, before the public taste is
thoroughly perverted, and the hearts of the
people are wholly turned to-war, will most
unite a wholesome public sentiment in favor
of Peace.

[From the Charleston News.]
THE WASHINGTON UNION AND OUR-
SELVES.
It is our misfortune to have fallen under
the animadversions of tlhe official organ at
Washington. Meekness under rebuke may
very well become those who recognize the
authority of the hand or the tongue which
chasteneth; but we, who claim to exercise
the rights and privileges of an independent
press, may at least be pardoned if we some-
times venture to form and express an Opinion
upon political matters, without first taking
our cue either from the Government or its
mouth-piece We have not before our eyes
any fi'ars of political excommunication ; and
therefore that sort of brutum falmen which
is such a favorite resort, in certain quarters,
for the purpose of whipping in or cutting
off refractory members of the party, had
better be kept in reserve for those more
likely to quail under its terrors. For our-
selves, weecan live and breathe even under
displeasure of the Union.


-_P-A-ii. ._thea_materr in_ hand._.The Union
takes umbrage at some views we have
thought proper to express upon the plan of
the Administration in the further prosecu-
tion of the war with Mexico, which accord-
ing to our notions, will inevitably lead to the
dismemberment or denationalization of the
Mexican republic. It makes particular re-
ference to an article on the absorption of
Mexico, which (it says) on the face of it
shows a spirit hostile to the Adm"nistration
and its friends, and falsely declaring (de-
clares?) that the true issue involved in the
present conduct of the war is the destruction
of the natural independence of Mexico, and
the people ought so to understand it at "once !"
We have no extravagant professions of
friendship to make towards the Administra-
tion. We leave that to those who stand to
it in another and more endearing relation.
It may be said, however, without any sort
of vain boasting, that we are among those
who gave Mr. Polk our good wishes, and
something more, in the late Presidential con-
test, because we approved the principles
upon which he was understood to plant him-
self in that canvass. But in so doing, we
had no idea either of surrendering our right
of independent judgment upon public mat-
ters, or of committing ourselves to a whole-
sale and undistiuguishing support of his ad-
ministration. His domestic policy has gen-
erally met our approbation, and we have
given it a cordial support. His conduct of
the Mexican war we consider false in prin-


[From the Charleston Mercury.]
THE "BARNBUPNERS" AND THE
"HUNKERS."
When the President asked the appropria-
tion of three millions of dollars to enable
him to conclude, at an early day, a treaty of
peace and limits with M'exi'co, it was well
-known that his purpose was to obtain the
sessionn by Mexico to the United States of
the departments of New Mexico and the
(alifornias. This was subsequently avow-
ed by the Chairman of the Committee on
Foreign Relations-in the Senate, speaking
as the organ of the Cabinet. At that time,
the Wilmot Proviso was the means by
'which the North sought to exclude the
South fromcommon and equal participation
in such territory as might be acquired, and
the Legislatures of eleven States instructed
their Senators to insist on that Proviso. N.
York was one of them, and her mandate
%vas enforced in a plh. usible, but most offen-
sive, speech by Mr. Dix. The subsequent
schisms in the ranks of her Democracy, and
the, ostensible issue on which it arose, led
-us to look with interest to the proceedings
'of the late Convention at Albany. We were
assured by some that, however false and
traitorous rhe mere politicians might be, the
people of the North were true and faithiful
lo the Constitution. The factions into
,vhich the Demiocratic party of'New York
is divided, have accepted the'designations of
Hunkers and.Barnburners. The litter, led
by Mr. John Van Buren, secededfrom the
Convention at Utica, and met in Convention
ot Herkimer to adopt the Wilmot Proviso,
as thie distinctive article in their creed of
the Democracy, which had been rejected
:atUtica by the H'unkers, The Barnbur-
;ners have since signalized their hostility to
the South by their fiercest denunciations.
They have been th-rust aside from party
supremacy, to which they 'had been long
accustomed, and even grown fat upon, when
Mr. Van Buren was superseded at the Bal-
Itimore Convention by Mr. Polk. They
"were not crushed, nor even humbled, by
that defeat. They are struggling,, as have,
done all overthrown dynasties, with the
-energy and courage of desperation to seize
their lost sceptre. Their ambition seeks a
far wider and higher sway than is admitted
by the local politics of a single State. If
they cannot dictate the President to the
Democratic party, they will secede, and
form,, upon some novel formula, the nucleus
of a Northern party, thus to re acquire
that domination and that control over the
Presidency which they lost in the disaster of
1844.
Having prevented the adoption of the
Wilmot Proviso at Utica, we were taught
by a portion of the Southern press to ex-
pect the sympathy, if not the aid, of the
Hunkers in defeating the rank incendiarism
of Preston King and John Van Buren.--
The address of the Albany Convention is
garnished with epithets, and teems with de-
nunciations, of the Barnburners. But mark
in what wise it rebukes those traitors"
who would mar the Constitution and de-
spoil the Democra'hc party :
"They ruled the party for twenty-five
years, and when they could rule no longer
left it, because it refused to adopt the Wil-
mot Proviso? It will best be defined by
showing how its adherents have sought to
apply the principle involved in it. When
the bill known as the Three Million Bill
was being discussed in the House of Re-
presentatives, and which proposed to put at
the disposal, of the President money to
enable him to negotiate a treaty of peace
with territorial indemnity, Mr. Wilmot
offered, as an amendment to it, a proviso
that slavery should be forever excluded
from the territory to be acquired under such
treaty.
"The principle, then, is, they propose as
an end to excludeslavery from the territory
that may be acquired from Mexico ; and, as
the means, a previous law of Congress, pro-
hibiting its introduction. It is conceded by
by then,, it is well settled law, that without
any action on the part of our Government,
slavery would be excluded from such terri-
tory by the laws of Mexico, which would be
the law of the territory, when annexed, un-
til changed.
"This concession involves the admission
that their proposed end would be accom-
plished without using their means. It is an
,admission, that entire abstinence from poli-
'tieal agitation would secure the end which
1hey deem so vastly important.
*' The Democratic party and its adminis-
tration have also an end which they const-
ericor momentous importance, to the ac-
complishment of which tthey have -devoted
._ a~lltheir energies. That end is the acquisi-
tion o( territory from Mexico, by treaty, not
'for the sake of acquisition, but as the ouly
possible indemnity and satisfaction attain-
able. The end we propose is the aequisi-
,tion of territory--the end they propose, is
:the exclusion of slavery from such territory.
We make no issue with them on their pro-
posed end. Our issue is as 10 their means,
, although entirely unnecessary, by their own
admission, for Ihe accomplishment of their
end, are the most effectual that could be


devised to prevent us from accomplishing
ours. It is well known, and to none better
than to them, that the agitation of the ques-
tion of slavery, within the Democratic par-
ty, is, fatal to its ascendancy. They are
schooled in that truth."
It is the means," and not the "end,"
that divides them. They repudiate not the
end, but deem -he means subversive of the
end. They would accomplish the end by
other and more adroit means. Mr. Dickin-
son and Cass have suggested how the pur-
pose may effected ; and thus agitation,
which might wake. up the spirit of the
South, shunned. Thus the Barnburners
and the Hunkers take no issue with each
other as to the end, but the means only.-
The first look to Congress-the latter to
the Mexicans and abolitionists at the ballot-
box in the Territories. Denouncing the
,end, and scouting and scorning alike the
ineans of each, we must do the justice to
,say, the Barnburners propose a policy more
manly, but the Hunkers one more adroit.-
If the South do not pale and cower in this
,power and her peace. But one false step
cow, and she is forever lost.

FisHY.-Some traveller in Iowa has dis-
covered a.new species of fish called the Ja-
,culator, which catches flies and insects by
throwing water from his mouth, it is said it
seldom misses its aim at a distance of six
Feet, bringing down afly by a single drop.


CHANCE FOR PRINTERS.
It will be seen by an advertisement in
to-day's paper, that the Commercial Ad-
vertiser" is for sale. To a practical printer
a good chance is offered of making a safe
and profitable investment, at a price so low
as to render the purchase a bargain.
The River is now in navigable or-
der, and boats are daily arriving with full
loaids of Cotton. Judging from the rain
which has fell, ,here will be no lack of wa-
ter in the river again soon.
PERIODICALS.
BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE.-The Janua-
ry number of this valuable work is on our
table, received from the American Publish-
ers, Leonard, Scott & Co. These gentle-
men have effected an arrangement with the
Messrs. Blackwood, by which they become
the authorized publishers in this country of
the Magazine.
UNION MAGAZINE.-Mrs. Kirkland, the
Editress of the above work, is "known to
fame" as the authoress of "'A New Home,
Whio'll Follow ?" and several other works
of merit. The Magazine, under her con-
trol, is worthy of patronage. The illustra-
tions are on a liberal and elegant scale.
SOUTHERN LITERARY MEssENGER.-This
Southern Periodical has been much impro-
ved of late, under the management of its
new Editor, Mr. Thompson. It is coming
up again to what it-was when conducted by
Mr. White, aided by E. A. Poe. It de-
serves peculiar support at the hands of
Southern men, and we trust will receive the
patronage it deserves.
EUBAriK'S HYDRAULICS.--The fourth
number of this curious and interesting dis-
sertation, was sent us last mail by its pub-
lishers, Messrs. Greeley & McElrath. The
present number is full of valuable as well as
interesting matter.
SONGS FORPTHE PEOPLE.-We have re-
ceived the first and second numbers of this
work. It is handsomely golten up, and con-
tains a good selection of popular songs.-
Published by Lieber & Co. Philadelphia-
<$3 pet annum.
DEMOCRATIC MASS MEETING-CONVEN-
TIONS IN GENERAL
A call has been made for a Democratic
Mass Meeting, to send Delegates to the
Madison Convention, to select candidates
for Governor and Representative to Con-
gress.
The call for the Madison Convention,
which has been put forth in Middle Florida,
proposes that Electors for President shall be
chosen by the Convention. If chosen, the
Electors, of course, will stand pledged to
support the nominee of the Baltimore Con-
vention, whether it may be Cass, Buchanan,
Dallas, or any one else. Now, as we know
that a large number of the People who have
hitherto acted with the Democratic party,
are in favor of Gen. Taylor for the Presi-
dency, it may be well enough for them to
enquire before they send Delegates to the
Madison Convention, who the Delegates
chosen will vote for for the Presidency,
otherwise they (the friends of Taylor) may
be made to aid in depriving him of the vote
of Florida. Conventions are dangerous bo-
dies to meddle with. Ten chances to one
if they express the views of the People.
And in this connection, we take occasion to
say, that we believe it is the settled determi-
n'ation of the Whigs of Florida, as a body,
not to go into a National Convention. If
any particular individuals get up meetings
and send delegates to such a body, why they
have a right to do so, but it will be imnpor-
tant that the Convention shall understand,
what proportion those who send such D3ele-
gates bear to the whole number of Whigs,
jand we hope that if any State Convention is
holden for that purpose, that the persons
composing it may favor the people with a
statement of the number of'their respective
constituents who met in primary assemblies
and delegated lo them their authority.
9^The steamer Champion, which was
sunk lately, has been raised, and after having
undergone repairs, has again taken her place
on the river, lookingas fine as ever. The
friends of her Captain, Cadwallader, (and
they are numerous) feel gratified at his sue-


cess in saving the Champion.
NEW BOAT.
WVe omitted to notice the arrival at our
wharves of the new steamer H. S. Smith,
Capt. Freeman--built at Columbus, and
owned by Mr. Wm. S. Nell. The H. S.
Smith does credit to her builder, and in ap-
pearance she is a fine specimen of steam-
boat architecture. She brought down 1,002
bales cotton on her last trip, and can carry,
it is said, 1,200 bales.


r


Your's Respectfully,
SAM'L. W. SPENCER, Collector.
[From the Charleston Courier.] "",.
lalcr from Europe. .
ARRIVAL OF THE HIBERNIA -IMPRO-' -
VED STATE OF ENGLAND. ""
Yesterday, about twelve o'clock, our cor-
respondent at Baltimore forwarded us a des-
patch, giving the state of the Cotton mar-
ket in Liverpool, up to the time of the sail
ing of the Hibernia, which are inserted
below.
They present a more favorable appearance
than was exhibited at the time of the sailing
of the Sarah Sands, although the quotations
for fair Uplands rera-in at the same, figures,-
The Bank of England has reduced thu
rate of interest. to 4 per-cent.
LIVERPOOL,Jan. 28.
We had a flat and unsteady market to-
commence the week with, and easier prices,
but for the last three days there has been a
gradual improvement- in the demand, and.
prices of American descriptions have gain-
ed steadiness. They are now fully as high
as on Friday last. Holders of Surat and
Egyptian also firm, whilst forced sales are
being made in Pernambuco and other sorts,
and the market for Brazils is fully Id. Iow-
er, and our quotations are almost nomin-al,
Exporters have taken 500 bales of Arneri-
can. Speculators nothing.
LIVERP60LJan. 29.
COTTON.-The demand is good, and there
has been an advance of id. on the lower
and middling qualities of Upland. No
change has taken place in the prices of New
Orleans and Mobile. Sea Islands, Georgia,
are quoted at 7j -a 16d.; stained do. at 6 a
6.A. Uplands, fair 4jd.; New Orleans, 3 a
6d.; Mobile 3, 31, 4 and 41.

SECOND DESPATCH.
About 9 o'clock last evening -the Tele-
graphic pen again gave note that we were
to receive further intelligence, and we were.
pleased to learn that on the 28th January, in
London, there was a general appearance of
improvement in the money market. The
influx of specie was large, and money abun-
dant. There had been but few failures,
and those of minor importance, caused by 'y
the suspension of, houses engaged in the-
India trade. I
The following particulars ars given of the-
state of the market for Breadstuffs :
LIVERPOOL, Jan. 25.--Wheat has declin-w
ed 2 cents. Flour is scarce, holders at late
prices. Corn and. Meal dull and unchang-,
ed.
LIVERPOOL, Jan. 29.-Wheat declined '2,
cts.; Carolina Rice 18 to 22 per ewt.
LIVERPOOL, Jan.' 29.--Corn' Meal 14s.,
6d. per 196 Ibs.--market dull. Best West-
ern Flour 29s/'Indian Corn 32s. "
LONDON, Jan. 21,.-Corn has declined,, .
except besi, 10 o 2ts. 6,J. *,99s. 6 ..a. '29s
LoNoN, .)rn. 8.- -heat iactive-liR- '.f -
tie inquiry 1o1r Flon r.
The Petersburg, Baltimore and P -ilad+,- : **.
phia markets for Breadstuffs were unch ng- 2
ed. %* . ..

GREAT Row ABOUT-:A Kiss.- Severa I o"
the Boston papers4 c6utain long reports of a. -_
case before the Police Court of, that city.--
which seems to have raised a considerable
excitement, having occurred at one of the
fashionable boarding houses of that city. -:
Southern gentleman and his wife ntam'd; 3:
Bostock, boarding at Mrs. Powers's, in '
Bowdoin street, charged a number of the
police with an outrageous assault on him.
There was a Christmas party at the boarding <

house, and during a game of blind;-nan's- .
buff, Bostock kissed Mrs.-Poweis's dauligh-
ter. Next 'day, Mrs. Powers raised a con-
siderable disturbance abou-t it,-' which ended
in Bostock reading a.-.written statement of .'
the matter to boarders, at the breakfast''la-,
ble. He was then ordered to leave the.
house immediately, but demanding timeaind .
proper notice, the police were called in and
he was forcibly ejected from the house,. '

THE RICHIIMOND TIMES, AND COMPILE. "
-Mr. Cowardin, one of the E'dilors of 02is-
able Whig paper, has disposed of his inCer-st
to Messrs. Carr'ingionr:& Davis, who are '
pledged to the support 9f. Gen. Taylor for -;
the Presidehcy. The6 Richmond WV~tig
press is now a contplete unit, and its distin-
guished ability will he wielded in favor, b' \
the cause of Taylor and Ref0-rm. ; ; {.


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ciple and dangerous to the best interests of
the country-and we therefore repudiate




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PORT OF APALACHICOLA ......... Feb. 24.
ARRIVED.
Feb 18-Br ship Ganges, Cornforth, fm Liver-
pool to C Rogers & Co.
Feb 19-Brig W L Jones, Tyler, fm NewYork,
to A Dodge.
Feb 21-Ship Canton, Packard, fm Baltimore.
Ship Marianna, Gill, fm New York, to A N
McKay & Co.
Schr Monterey, Appleby, fm New Orleans.
Schr Washington, Powell, fm New York.
Feb 22-Schr Eliza Hull, Tuthile, fm New
Orleans.
Schr Cora, Wilkins, fm New Orleans.
Feb 213-Ship Solon, Bucknam, fm New York,
to D B Wood & Co.
Schr Mogul, Pierce, fm New Orleans.
Steamer Quincy, Allen, fm Chattahoochee.
Steamer Southerner, Garrard, fm Columbus.
Steamer Albany, Griffin, fm Columbus.
Steamer Lotus, Jones, fm Columbus.
Steamer Viola, Roland, fm Columbus.
Steamer Notion, McAllister, fm Columbus.
Steamer Peytona, Greer, fm Columbus.
Steamer H S Smith, Freeman, fm Columbus.
Steamer Charleston, Phillips, fm Columbus.
Steamer Emily, Hall, fm Columbus.
CLEARED.
Feb 1S-Brig Manhattan, Johnson, for New
York, by Nourse, Stone & Co.
Brig Metamora, Grant, for N York, by Nourse,
Stone & Co.
Feb 21-Schr Ira Bliss, Hawes, for New York.
Feb 23-Schr Le Roy, Bedell, for New York,
by A Dodge.
Feb 24-Bark John Brower, Tolford, forBoston,
by D B Wood & Co. -
Bark Florence, Woodward, for Boston, by D B
Wood & Co.
LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT.


COMMERCIAL.


For LiVerpool..
_,-' THE ship OCEAN; Capt BrowIel,
having the principal part of cargo en!-
A,'igaged, and going, on board,, Will havwe
quick dispatch. For freight o0 the remainder,or
passage apply to HARPER & .h-OLMES,
Feb 3 or CHAS S TOMAI NPNON.
For New York.
THE fine fast sailing ship CONSTAL
^^^ LATION, Flitnee, mas'fer; wit hneet
i with dispatch; For freight or passage :
apply to 'A:. DODGE'
Feb 24, 1848. j .
For NeiwY6rk. K
THE fine bark MARY & :JANV,
^^^^Flitner, master, will 'have. immediate ..
ill dispatch For freigh or pagsa~ge, having-':
good accommodations, apply to ,
Feb 24 NOURSE, STONE & Co. -
For NeW York.
THE packet brig. W L JONES, Tyler.
./ master, will have dispatch (for to above
port. For freight or passage, apply to
Feb 24 A DODGE. -
For New York.
STHE splendid fast-sailing shipFLO-'-
RIDIAN, Whittemore, master, will have".
dispatch for the above port. For freighlt":2
or passage, having superior accommodititns, ap
ply to the master, or to
Feb 17 COURSE, STONE & Co.
For New Yorik:
- THE fast sailing coppered bark CUfM-
^^^BERLAND, Hiseuck, master, wants 30a
BiSS bales to complete her cargo. For freight
of which, or passage, apply to
Feb 10 A DODGE ...
For BoSton.
THE fine fast-sailing bark GLEA.
^^ NER, Smith, master will meet with dis-
patch. For passage only, apply to .
Feb 24 D B WOOD &,Co. -


POTATOES-100 bbls.; Turnips-50 bbls.;
Carrots-50 bbls.; Beets-50 bbls.;
Parsnips-25 bbls., for sale by
Dec 30 B ELLISON & Co.
On Cons,.gnment.
JUST received on consignment-
16,000 Segars, Celebradad,"
10,000 Cazadores, Esmeko9"
6 dozen Reserve Maderia,
6 Regina" Port,
6 Cherry Cordial,
10 Tomato Catsup;
For sale by McCALLA & REMAIN,
Dec 2 46-ti 9 Columbus Block.


COTTON STATEMENT. j Last
I year.
Stock on hand Sept. 1, 1847.....578 988
Received past.3 days ........... 8185
previously-..-... ....41414
Total .......-- 50177 71990
Exported past 3 days ........... 2731
previously........... 18334
Total...... 21065 30516
On hand and on shipboard notcleared 29112 41474


Thomsonian Mledicines,
UST received and for sale by
Feb 3 J. C. ALLEN.


For Bostonm
.F THE fine fast sailing ship MACED6'
NIA, Jack, master, will meet With im;
Ak mediate dispatch. For on deck freight
or passage, apply to
Feb 3 1D B WOOD, & Co.,
For Baltimore.
. THE, fast-sailing brig- LEONORA'
^^^Manduiel, master, will have immediate
3^^^~dispatch foa the above pbot. For freight
or possage, apply to the master, or to .
Feb 17 NOURSt, STONE -& (Co.
J. SPENCE,
WATCH AND CLOCK MAKERi
Second Story Baltzell's BuildingsQ
^ ^ (Entrance on Chestnut-st) "
9W AU A.iALiHICOLA, FA.
N. B. Watches (jlodks and Jewelly carefullly
repaired. October 2J,.18417._,


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The Indians' Elixir,
A CERTAIN remedy for chill and fever, for
J..sale by
Feb 3 J C ALLEN.
Liverpool Salt,
FOR sale by
Dec 30 B ELLISON & Co.
Groceries.
Q lBBLS Whiskey; 10 bbls Molasges;
29 ,7 1 tierce Rice, just rec'd and for sale by
Jan 6 E. McCULLY, 50 Water st.


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DEW DROP,




Cor. Commerce and Centre--.i'
T-HE subscriber respectfully announces to hig
: friends and the Public, that he has opened,
.-the above house and solicits their Patronage. '?-.
There wilt always be found at the bar a choiMCi
selection of Liquors, Wine' and Segars; and
;Mine Host, with his assistant, Will pay strict at)
tention to those that do (De*),Drop in. : .' -
; / ' :FRANKBYINGTON,
N. B. Hot Lunch daily at h1, A. M. 2 :
Feb. 11, 1848M. ... .. 5-tf .,

A T H E N j U
Bowling Saloon and- BitlJiaLd
Room.
THE proprietor of the "Athenmeum Bowlini,
Saloon" has used every endeavor to make;
the establishment an agreeable place of resort
land is thankful that an e6ie'r discriminating pub.,
lic prove by liberal patronage their appreciation
of his desire to please. He Will always keep. a
choice assortment of Liquors, and refreshina
beverages4 of a sort to tickle the palates of Old
Bacchus' most fastidious sons; and Oysters,
cool and delicious, fresh from their native banks.,
For a pleasant commingling of exercise amd,
amusement-utile cum dulce-there is nothing
within the circle of gymnastics" to compare with
a game of ten-pins; but those preferring less
active amusements, can always take a hand,
Come one-come all." .;
JOHN B. JONES.
Apalachicola, Dec. 30,1847. 50-tf
Cider.
K BBLS Champage 3fjor sale -Co,
.50 Dec 30r B B LLISON Co';.


Saddlery, &c.
SADDLES, ot various patterns and qualities,
Bridles, curb and Snaffle bits
Saddle Bags,
Martingales and Whipsj for sale by
WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Dec 30 41 Water street.
Bacon, Flour, Sugar, Coffee and
Salt#
ALWAYS on hand, and for sale" low by
Dec 23 E McCULLY.
Sweetmeats and Preserves.
A WELL assorted loi, just received fromHa-
vana, for sale by E McCULLY,
Dec 16, 50 Water st.


Hydrostalic 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. 1 .
A FEW of Woodward & Brother's- superior
.A Gold Pens, just received and for sale by,
October 21. J C. ALL]N .:


Old Reserve Whisteey,
F Smith's Eagle Brand, for sale by
E. McCULLY,
Nov 11, 50 Water st.
Tanners' Oil,
F OR sale by
Dee 30 B. ELLISON, & Co.


IN different sized boxes; just received' from Hi a-- ,
vanra, nd for sale by r .
Dec23' 'E: McCULLyL ; Y -,


1 SACKS Liverpool Salf, cargo of Br.
3150ship Queen, for sale by
Dec 2 J. DAY & Co.
BEEF-Mess and Prime,
Pork-Do do
Bread-Navy and Pilot, for sale by
Dec 30 B ELLISON & Co;


SE[DLITZ, Yeast ardf Soda Powder: of thee
best quality, for sale by *. 7;
July 17 J. C ALLEN.Ii


C_


Horse and Dray
FOR sale cheap. Applyto .
Nov 11 E. McCULLY, 50 Water st.
Bagging and I*ope,
FOR sale by E. McCULLY,
Nov 11 50 Wzter st. >


Yardage for Cotton.
ROOM for 3000 bales in lower Cotton Yard.
Apply to
Feb 24. D B WOOD & Co.


Irish Potatoes and Onions.
IA FINE article for-sale by- : .c .... '
Nov !1 E. McCULLY. 50i ater s,-'t


[From the N. 0. Com. Times.] openly expressed their want of confidence
/THEE PROSPECTS O_,PEACE. in the existing authorities; others have
The fact that-a'bearer of dispatches from failed to send the quota of deputies, to which
the Commanden-hief of our forces they are entitled. It remains, therefore, to
M-ekico, to the Government -at Washing- be seen whether, even the Constitutional
lon,'~ ~~arr tVera Cruz, a few. days sne
londirrimved iatselycerobead Pnnumberof representatives can be obtained
and eft immediately for Mobile and Pe- to act on the propositions; and from what
sacola.-has again awakened conjecture as to a a d occurred, we deem it quite like-
the object of his mission. It is stated very ly that all who are opposed to peace will
confidently, a.nd -we have reason to believe ee^p away ; particularly, if they think there
,on reliable authority,that the gentelman re- is any chance of the consummation of the
ferred'to, carries with him a preliminary project.
proposition%.0f peace, signed by the Com- For these reasons, the intelligence from
missioners of the Mexican Government and M rli t t negotiations fora
by Mr. Trist, and approved by Gen. Scott. treaty, has not greatly shaken our scepti-
According to public rumor, the propositions cism. None would rejoice more hea-rtily
contemplate an arrangement, in all respects, than ourselves, at being undeceived; but,
honorable and satisfactory to the United until we can rest our convictions on some-
States, and which will put us in possession, thing more tangible than what is now ap-
for a small pecuniary indemnity, of,.Upper parent, we must continue to doubt and dis-
California and the whole of -the territory believe.
, embraced within the line of the Rio Grande.
The desire for a speedy settlement of our COMPLIMENTARY TO MR. POLK.-Mr.
difficulties with Mexico prevades the pub- Polk having actually suspended Gen. Scott
4I- mind so strongly, that men are apt to put and virtually suspended Gen. Taylor from
faith in almost every report that favors the the command of their respective armies in
prospect of such a cunsumninatior, and con- Mexico, it recently occurred to some mem-
clusions are too frequently jumped at, on bers of Congress to test the voice of that
uncertain premises, We have, heretofore, body upon the matter. Accordingly a vole
expressed some doubt as to the foundation of thanks was proposed to be accompanied
of the various nnimors allJar. touching:the by a gold medal to each. Only one man in
negotiationfofa -treaty ; and though it would the House of Representatives had the hardi-
appear from the intelligence brought by the hood to oppose the resolution and support
streamer .Ncv Orleans, that gome action Mr. Polk. That man was Giddii.- of Ohio.
.tending .to the return of peace had been We are truly glad that he has been finally
taken! in Mexiq6., we are inclined to think kicked off from the Whig party, and that
that this desideratum "will be found in the henceforth he is to be regarded as the em-

end as remote as ever. bodimentofPolkery in the House of Re-
If a treaty of peace has really been nego- presentatives.-Journal and Messenger.
tiated, it is apparent at once,- that one of the
,parties to that treaty, was not represented by "I ASK NO FAIORS AND SHRINK FROM NO
any individual properly authorized to act. RESPONSIBILITY."-Such is the language of
TIee domtmission of Mr. Trist formally end- Gen. Taylor to Mr. Polk. It is the lan-
ed sometimes ago, and may be said to have guage of a Hero, as well as of a statesman.
expired, from the moment that information It is a spark from the true, old-fashioned
of his unsuccessful effort to bring about ne- flint and steel character of '76. It is the
gotjations during the armistice that followed language of one whose heart is too big to be
the battles of Churubuseo a-nd Contreras tramelled by the pigmy politicians at Wash-
reached the Government at Washington. It ington. Indeed the entire letter is a most
may, seriously, be questioned, therefore, remaikahle epistolary model. In style and
whether the President will consider hioiself sentiment it is inimitable. A gentleman in
under ilic slightest constitutional obligation W ashington writing to the Editor of the
lo notice any arrangement effected with the Richmond Whig in regard to the effect
'Mexican Commissioners, by an individual produced hy the letter in the House, says:
whose authority has long since been deckir- It wois read amidst the de-pest anxiety
ed at an, end, and who has been peremptorily and most profound silence. The effect pro-
recalled.. "Mr. Trist, in his present position, diced upon the House was such as I never
has nD. more right to hold conferences, and before witnessed. The members crowded
open -'goiiations for peace with the fMlexi- around the clerk's table to hear it. At its
can Government, than is possessed hy the conclusion there was an involuntary expres-
humblest soldier in the army ; and his con- sion of triumph and joy, that overwhelmed
duct will strike any reflecting mind as an all Gen. Taylor's foes with mortification
unwarrantab!e, and ilto,,ether unjustifiable and dismay. Fifteen thousand extra copies
stretch of a power, of wlich he ceased some were ordered to be printed."-ib.
months ago to be the agent. Nor' does it
seem to us that the case is bettered by the WEST POINT VINDICATED. In some re-
encouragement and approbation which the marks made io reply to a complimentary ad-
Commander-in-chiefis/reported to have be- dress at Concord, New Hampshire, on the
stowed oh the exertions ofthe ex-funcIioary; 271h ult. Gen. Pierce paid the following
since e are not aware that either precedent explicit tibute to the eminent utility of the
or the military attributes vested in General Military Academy at West Point ;
Scott, will afford the faintest color of au- "Gen. Pierce proceeded to say' that he
thority to his sanction. We are at a loss to had to retract opinions he had formerly en-
conceive by what process of -reasoning, or tertained and expressed in regard to the
by what investiture of power General Scott Military Academy at West Point. He was
can assom-ejto unite the functions of a wr.r- now of opinion that the Ciiy of Mexico
rior and a diploinati-st, and can undertake. to could not have been entered in the way it
_confer on'a discarded commissioner of our was but for the science and intelligence in
(Goverunment, a right to make treaty stipula- military affidrs of the officers of the old
lions.. If, under the. circumstances, the army, mostly from West Point. Services
rumored treaty should everobbain the entire were rendered by the "officers of the topo-
sanction of all the authorities of Mexico, graphical engineers, and ordnance, which
whose approval may be essential to.1is offi- could not have been rendered but by men
cial validity, Mr. Polk may still take the who hawl received the most complete mili-
high constitutional g round, that the parties tary education. The force of the An*eri-
to it, on the side ofthe A-Yericans, had no cans had been overrated. Only 7,500 ef-
authority to negotiate; that their action has feceive men left Puebla to attack a city of
been infbimal and gratuitous; and that, 250,000 inhabitants, defended by 35,000 of
therefore, he is not bound to take any offi- Ihe best troops. ever raised in Mexico, one
cial cognizance ef its results. hundred pieces of cannot), and the finest
Whether the President of the United fortifications ever raised in addition to the
States will adopt this course remains to be natural defences of marshes and lakes.
seen. Should his desire for peace be as
sincere and anxious as that of a vast majori- DENTON OFFUT, THE JORSE TAMER.-
ty of the people; should the terms agreed This singular personage, says a late Nash-
on, prove as honorable and advantageous as ville paper, has been in this city for' several
they're said to be, it is possible-barely days, and of his wonderful skill in the man-
possible-that he may overlook the entire agemeni and taming of horses, hundreds
informality of the p~roceedings; overlook, can testiy
.too, the marked contempt for his authority, "lA few experiments that I saw with my
exhibited by Mr. Trist, and s-ubmit. the own eyes wouht satis[), the most incredulous.
whole negotiation to the Senate for its ad- A few days since, in front of the Union
visement and its consent. It will require Hall. a strange and wild horse, the property
some magnanimity and disinterestedness, of" Dr. Hall, Of Gallatin,' was presented to
from M r. Polk, to induce him to forget the him asa;1tral of his skill, anld in less than ten
indignity offered to him. hy his once favor- '"'nutes he made him as geutle as a dog,
ed Commissioner, and] to accept, as far as the horse following him about wherever he
ill him lies, a treaty which will have been went. The same horse would not permit
arranged with utter disregard of hisunldoub- an" umbrella to be hoisted over him, but in
ted prerogative and power, th'e hands ofOffut he soon became as fami-
There are, however, other diffieulties liar with an umbrella as with a bridle, and
yet more likely to complicate and defeat the wouhI! stand perfectly still while the um-
effort at negotiation. The reported treaty brella was not only hoisted, but rattled about
has not received the sanction of the M1exi- his head, and struck ou his. face.
can Congress. Its ratification by .this body Several othcr cases, equally as remarka-
is indispensable. Its signature by the Mex- ble, I couhJ State, but the abcove will suffice.
ican Commissioners is hut one, and the least The great beanty-of the art is its simplicity,
important step towards the attainment of and the short time it takes him to commu-
peace. We consider the consent of the nicate it to others.
Mexican Congress -as, to say the least, ex- '~ m~~am m ........*


tremely problematical. The exact political Adtvances.
-composition of that assemblage has not IBERAL Advances will be made on Cotton
been determined. In. fact, it is im pfissible -, onsi enr
to decide such a question in a countrypool,'New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and
o. yNew Orleans'.
where opinions are so multifarious, and McCALLA & ROMAIN.
where they shift and alternate, and form new Feb. 17, 1847. 5-tf
combinations with a rapidity _that defies Advances #
patient unravelling. This much, however, -H/ADE on shipments of Cotton to Liverpool,
*is known, that the war party--the puros, as .MV/ Havre, New York and Boston, by
they re styled--is very numerous, and if it Dec. 16 D. B. WOOD & CO.
does, not outnumber, it nearly equals, that
of the moderates, or advocates of peace. Exchange.
The latter, though deploring the continu- .TRAFTS on New York, Boston, Providence,
ance of the war, and fully aware of the cala- .U Philadelphia and Baltimore, bought; and
mities which it entails on their country, Sight Checks on New York sold by
will, probably, be overborne and silenced by WM. G. PORTER & Co,
Agents Bank of' Brunswick,
ithe fierce opposition of the puros to a pro- De 30 4 Water street.
.position of .which the sine qua non is the
surrender of a large portion ofrwheir public Henry's Nlagnesia,.
,domain.; a disintegration of that territory to TUST received and for sale by "
,which Mexico seems to cling with a tena- 0 Feb 24 H F ABELL.
city, iu the inverse ratio of the real strength Razor. Strops.
of her sway over it. When we reflect on CHAPMAN and Emerson's Strops, just re-
these considerations, we are forced to con- v ceived and for sale by
elude that the obstinacy and fatuity of the Feb 24 H F ABELL.
Mexicans, in their preposterous idea of Lancets.
holding fast to possessions which they can- QPRING and Thumb Lancets, just received
not govern, and from which they can derive "D and for sale by
no benefit, will, seriously endanger, if they Feb 24 H F ABELL.
do not defeat, success. Razors.
There is still another aspect under which WTADE & BUTCHAR'S and Rodgers & Son's
the problem may be viewed. Thus far, the superior Razors for sale by
Mexican Congress has proved a mere nulli- Feb 24 H F ABELL.
ty. A quorum cannot be brought together. CASTILE Soap for sale by
at the temporary seat of their pseudo-gov- C-. Feb 24 H F ABELL.
ernment. Distrust and .disaffection prevail Piles.
in several of their departments. Some of "]ITCHETT'S celebrated Spanish Specific, for
'them have pronounced against peace, and D sale by [Feb 24] H F ABEEL.


Hardware, Ship Chandlery, &c.
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,
Cornrrills, Logchains, Trace do, Ox do,
Shovels and Spades, Weeding Hoes, Garden,
Laue and Grubbing 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.


LjS BEATTY, of Florida, formerly a resident of this
city.-[N. 0. Com. Times, 15, inst.


COTTON.-The [demand this week has been
moderate, with daily sales of a few hundred bales.
Prices have ruled about the same as our quotations
of Saturday. Our river is again in good boating
order, and the arrivals during the past two days
have been quite large. Owing, however, to the
unfavorable state of the weather, none of the late
receipts have been offered. The Hibernia's"
accounts in full reached us via Columbus this
morning, ,but as yet have produced no effect upon
the market. We continue our previous quotations.
QUOTATIONS:


Inferior ......... ........................
Ord. to Good Ord....... ....... ....... 6 a 61
M iddling ..... .... ............. ..... 61 a 63
Good Middling...... .............. 6. 9 a 6A
M id. Fair ............... ............... 6k
Fair..... .... .... ............. ...... 7.
FREIGHTS.-The rise in our river has induced
masters to demand an advance in the rates coast-
wise, which has been submitted to by shippers.
Three vessels have been taken to-day, a Ship and
Barque for New York and a Barque for Boston,
all at ic. Foreign rates remain unchanged.
QUOTATIONS :
To Liverpool ......................... 9-16d.
To New York..... .. ................... e.
To Boston .. ....... ................ 8c.


SHIPS.
Solon, Bucknam, 540 tons, fm New York, wait-
ing--D B Wood & Co.
Canton, Packard, 415 tons, fm Baltimore, wait-
ing-Master.
Marianna, Gill, 389 tons fi New York, waiting-
A N McKay & Co.
Ganges, (Br.) Cornforth, 723 tons, for Liverpool,
loading-C Rogers & Co.
Diadem, Tucker, 657 tons, for Marseilles, load-
ing-I M Wright. '
Liberty, Pratt, 689 tons, for Liverpool loading-
D K Dodge.
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, for Liverpool, loading-
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, for New York,
loading--A Dodge.
Macedonian, Jack, 414 tons, for Boston, load-
ing-D B Wood& Co.
BARQUES.
Dauntless, (Br.) Johnson, 689 tons, fm Liverp ool
waiting--W A & P C Kain.
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, for Boston, loading-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, for New Yotk,
loading-Nourse, Stone & Co.
BRIGS.
Wm L Jones, Tyler, 220 tons, for N York, load-
ing-A Dodge.
Leonora, Manduiel, 194 tons, for Baltimore, load-
ing-Nourse, Stone & Co.


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.


EXPORTS OF COTTON FROM APALACHICOLA
Commencing 1st September, 1847-and same
time in 1846.'
|Past Previ- T Last
WHITHER EXPORTED. 3 days ously. 1 /season


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


...... ..5618 ..5618 ..5690

.. .... ...849 ... 849 ......
...... ...... ...... ... 958
. .... .. .... .. .. ..9
........ 6467 ..6467 ..6648
...765 ..5886 ..6651 ..6375
..1966 ..2948 ..4914 ..5660
........1964 ..1964 ..1623
...... 729 .7 00
.......340 ...340 ..7348
.... .. ...... .... 1.. 1262
N 2731 .11867 .14598 -.23868
.... 21065 .30516


SwayE & Wistar's
COMPOUND Syrup of Wild Cherry, just re-
ceived and for sale. by
Feb 17 H F ABELL.


Snuff.
SCOTCH and Macabov, in bottles and blad-
ders, just received and for sale by
Feb 17 H F ABELL-


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


PASSENGERS.
Per steamer Quincv-C A Curry. S W Patter-
son, W W Cheever, Dr Lockhart, N L Cloud, W
S Gregory, Capt Sands, G W Willis.
Per steamer Apalachicola-Col Jones, of Jack-
son, and a Bear stuffed with corn shucks.
Per steamer Notion-Mrs Lapham, child and
servant, Miss Turner and servant.
Per steamer Peytona--Messrs Wakefield, Pep-
per, Allen, Couch.
Per steamer Albany-W-m Gardner, A Young,
R T Morrison.
Per steamer Lotus-Messrs Wolf and MeGriff.
Per steamer H S Smith-Capt C Wheaton, J
Yawn.
Per steamer Quincy-Miss Scott, Rev J J Scott,
R, J Moses and 2-servants, J T Rnus., R- P Bran-
din, J B Hicks, F P Haywood, C Bird, J Bow-
den, L G Owens, D Galbrath, J IR Church, J
McFarland, W Jachson and family.
Per steamer Emily-Rev J M Lynch, Dr S
Catching, 3 W Oliver, W Miller.
RECEIPTS FROM THE INTERIOR.
Per steamer Quincy-167 bales cotton to Lock-
hart & Young; 7 do to D G Raney; 6 do to Wylie
& McKenzie; 6 do to T Preston; 6 do to S & J
Schiffer; 37 do, 3 bxs tobacco to B S Hawley; 6
do, 37 bales cotton to T Preston; 49 do, 3 bxs to-
bacco to W G Porter & Co; 2 do to G W Willis.
Per steamer Southerner--190 bales cotton to A
N McKay & Co; 199 do to Lockhart & Young; 60
do to J Day & do; 12 do to W G Porter & Co;
18 do to Sims & Cheever: 28 do to Nours, Stone
& Co; 71 do to Wylie & McKenzie; 57 do to or-
der; 28 bales domestics to Harper & Holmes.
Per steamer Apalachicola--205 bales cotton to
A N McKay & Co; 196 do to I M Wright; 160 do
to Hill, Dawson & Co; 65 do to Wm G- Porter &
Co; 10 do to Lockhart & Young; 1 do to order.
Per steamer Notion-346 bales cotton to Hill,
Dawson & Co; 255 do to A N McKay & Co; 87
do to C Rogers & Co; 47 do to J Day & Co,
Per steamer Peytona-188 bales cotton to A N
McKay & Co; 528 do to Lockhart & Young; 8 do
to Wylie & McKenzie.
Per steamer Albany-333 bales cotton to A N
McKay & Co; 174 do to I M Wright; 156 do to
Maclay & Kimbrough; 117 do to Lockhart &
Young; 75 do to Wylie &,, McKenzie.
Per steamer Viola-425 bales cotton to D B
Wood &c Co; 202 do to I M Wright; 64 do to A N
McKay & Co;' 25 do to J Day & Co.
Per steamer Lotus-400 bales cotton to D B
Wood & Co; 108 do to Lockhart & Youngr 87 do
to AN McKay & Co; 113 do to W A & P CKain;
26 do to Wylie & McKenzie. -
Per steamer H S Smith-454 do to Maclay &;
Kimbrough; 230 do to Harper & Holmes, 202 do
to W A & P 0 Kain; 104 do to Nourse, Stone &
Co; 4 do to Lockhart & Young; 8 do to J Yawn.
Per steamer Charleston-270 do to Maclay &
Kimbrough; 273 do to W A & P C Kain; 98 do to
Hill, Dawson & Co; 58 do to Harper & Holmes;
27 do to S & J Schiffer.
Per steamer Quincy-26 bales cotton to Lock-
hart & Young; 18 do to Sims & Cheever; 81 do
to W G Porter & Co; 89 do to D G Ranee- 6 do
to T Preston; 1 do to N Baker; 25 do to order.
Par steamer Emily-303 bales cotton to Lock-
hart & Young; 169 do to A N McKa\ C,,, 12.5
do to D B Wood & Co; 97 do to S Cacin; 44 ddo
to TL Mitchel; 21 do to Sims & Ch'.:-e%\e-I; 17 ,do
to C Rogers & Go; 15 do to S & J_ Schiffer; 13
do to J Day & Go; 63 do to order. .g \
EXPORTS. ,
NEW YORK-Per schr Ira Bliss-392 baies
cotton.
Per brig Manhattan-701 bales cotton.
Per brig Metamora-570 bales cotton.
Per schr LeRo-y--373 bales cotton.
BOSTON-Per bark Florence-1075 bales cot-
ton.
Per bark John Brower-891 bales cotton.


Dr, Woodruff's Worm Specific,
A SAFE and efficient remedy for worms, for
sale by
Feb 3 1 C ALLEN.


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


S
OR sale by
Feb 17


School Books,


H F ABELL.


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


music Music Music I
i ""THE subscriber respectfully informs
the citizens of Apalachicola, that he
intends to recommence teaching on
next Thursday, 27tt instant, an evening class.
Those desirous of taking lessons on the follow-
ing instruments, Spanish Guitar, Flute, Violin,
(Tenor or Alto Violin) and Violincello, would
do well to apply as early as possible, as they can
have the privilege of selecting the hours which
may suit their convenience.
TERMS:-$10 for eight weeks of two lessons
each week, the course to close on 16th March.-
Application at my office, in Baltzell's Building.
Music furnished at 42 00 per course, extra, for
either of the above instruments. Instruction
Books for sale.
Jan. 20 1-tf T. C. UNDERWOOD.
N. B. No reduction will be made for nonat-
tendance, except through protracted sickness.


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


Vinegar,
A FEW bbls pure Cider Vinegar, for Sale low0
by E. McCULLY,
Nov 11 50 Water st.


Segars.
30 000f OF the most celebrated brands,
309000 just received from Havana, and
for sale by E McCULLY,
Decsl5 50 Water st.


West India Fruit.
8 CANISTERS West India Fruit, preserved
JO with its originalflavor, just received from
Havana, for sale by E McCULLY,
; Dec 16 50 Water st.


We'stekn Produ1ce.
T. LOUIS Flour, Ohio do, Lard, Whiskey,'
Sugar, choice and prime, Molasses, Porkl-iieWs
and prme, Bacon, Hams, Sides and Shoulders, for
sale by B. ELLISON Co.
Dec 9. Cor. Water and'Chestnut st-;.'


Clipcolate.
K LUS. best Spanish No. I Sweet Chocolate,
50 just received from Havana, for sale by
Dec 23 E McCULLY.


6- Fr Sale,.
5 BBLS Hay, now landing from shipFlori-
dian. Apply to
Dec 23 COURSE, STONE &- Co.


]or Sale.
20 SACKS Salt; 20 firkins superior But
200ter. Apply to
Jan 13 COURSE, STONE & Co.


Coffee.
1 ~\SACKS Rio, Havana, and St. Domingo
100 Coftee, for sale low by
Dec 23 E McCULLY.


Wood Wa're, &c.
B ARREL Covers, Painted Pails., Tub?, Flodr'
Pails, Measures,- Trays, Axhelves, Buckets',;'
Brooms',.&c. &c. for sale by ....
\ B. ELLISON & Co. :
Dec 9. Cor. "%,ralir and Chestnut sts. v


For Sale.
THE Printing Office of the Commercial
Advertiser.' Apply to
Feb. 24, 1848. J. L. WYMAN.


Cordials.
A FEW dozen bottles, just received from Ha-
vana, and for sale by
Dec 23 1 E McCULLY.


Oil Cloths and Carpets.
PCS Oil Cloth, 1 and 2 yards wide,
3 pcs super Ingrain Carpeting;
1 2 Stair "
10 Tufted Rugs,
For sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO.
Dec 30 41 Water street.


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WANTED,
A PARTNER with a capital of $500, the busi-
ness of such a kind as will be certain to
double the capital in thirty days. Apply to
FLITNER, FLITNER, SMITH & Co.
February 24, 1848. 6-1t*


BOOTS, Shoes and Br.,:gat,,s, by thecase;
Women's Shoes andl Busk-ins@ : ^*;, '..
Men's$ Boys and- Youth's.Brogans;; ', ,-'*-*
finesew'd Brogans;'
Mens pegged Bootsf' *
t fi~ne sewed B'oots"';,; .**:,;
Russet Brogans. For sale hv ,;
B. ELLISON &. CO., ':
Dec 9. Cor. Water xr, d Chestnut sts.
School Books.
SCHooL BOOKS, ot all kind%.i,, jt rec'd bY:1--
Nov 11 J. C. ALLEN.
Q" UININE, Camphor and Piperine, !ust-..r4
No, ceived a'nd for sale by .......
April 17 H. F. ABELL.


Osnaburgs,
0 BALES. Ge,:,rozia Osnaburgs, on consign-
10 ment, for sale by
Dec J. DAY & Co.
Syrups.
5DOZ. assorted Syrups, of superior quality,
just received from Havana and for sale by
Dec 23 E McCULLY.


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.
Apalachicolaf Jan 13,; 1848. 52-6t*


Brushes.
HAIR, Hat, Clothes, Teeth, Nail and Shaving
Brushes, for sale by
Feb 24 H F ABELL.


Dr. Woodruff's Dysentary Cor-
dial,
F"OF Diarrhoea, Dysentary, Cholera Morbus,
Cholera Infantum, and summer complaint of
children, for sale by
Feb 3. JL C. ALLEN,


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


ALAD OIL, just receivedand for sale by
Apri 17 H, F. ABELL ,


Yesterday morning, at I o'clock. Dr. THEoPHr- MAIRl E[ INTEI LL bGENUE.


For Liverpool.
THE superior Br. ship GANGESj
^ Cornforth, master, having part of her
a cargo engaged, will-have dispatch. For
freight, apply to
Feb 24 CHAS ROGERS & C6t


Dr. Woodruff,'s Antibillious Veg-
etable Life Pills,
FOR sale by
Feb 8 J C ALLEN.


MARBLE YARD
IN, COLUMBI-US.
THE Subscriber, one of the firm of Madden &
Adams, of Col!,mbus, Ga., will remain some
time in Apalachicola. He may be seen at the
warehouse now building for J. Day & Co. at al-
most any hour in the day, and will receive orders
for
MONUMENTS,
TOMB STONES,
SLABS, &c. &c.,
which he will furnish lower than they can be
procured from the North.
P. ADAMS.
P. S. After leaving Apalachicola, the subscri-
ber will promptly attend to all orders directed to
him in Columbus. A.
February 24, 1848. 6-3m*























































































































































Rjlolasses.
; HHDS.West Iindies: 5)o lierces"Florid'a,
-V for sale by B.-ELLI.SON & CG.
Dec 30 -.. Cor Water and Chestnut sts'"


SHEETINGS, Shirtings and ;Prints,, bs.l
bale and case, l'o,, ';' ca.li, h y .
". ELLWStN r Ca.-"d ._
-Dee:9. *V(or. Water and Cfhestnut ist.;.^


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Regals Notices.
IN CHANCERY.
franklin Circuit Court.
Thomas Orman,
VS. >
William B. Finch. ,
1T being made to appear by affidavit, that the
defendant resides beyond the limits of the
State of Florida, to wit, in the State of New
York: It is ordered that service of said bill be
perfected on said defendant, by publication of
this order for four months in some newspaper
printed in the City of Apalachicola, requiring
him to appear and answer said bill, otherwise it
will be taken pro confesso.
At Chambers, Sept. 20, 1847.
GEORGE S. HAWKINS,
A True Copy. Judge, &c.
W. VALLEAU, Clerk.
October 28, 1847. 41-4m


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FRESH ARRIVAL -OF f
Drill, J~dic~e-.* Palipt, ye StutffS Peri~pimer, -^tc'.y i s
f THE.undpersigned return jhiaeha]i
to his friends and the public for Qjr'.
liberal patronage,-apc] begs to inf 1
that he is now l'eceiyldg'"h anddi ,
i al supply, whicli-added to hit fr(6
stock, renders his assortmeff 4usuay I te
and complete. English. FPteffeV iGerti a
American Drugs; Cosmetks4 tPeromer,; G+I
and Druggists Glass ware, c.,.&c.. are 6f4f
to Physicians, Country AlercfiaMn,$fd olherp.
the most liberal term.--all o which he warrant
pure and unadulterated. ;-- t*' "" s. i
~~H. F, ABELL, t5,
Wholeqaleqand Retajl']Du)iggat;
45 Waterstreet., e :
Apalachicola, Nov. JrS4. l / ",'*.
-Drugs -and MTedicines., -,
THE- subscribe "has, and- w|
,constantly have on hand, a c ompleo e *')
'hf'0assi(-rtment ol DRUGS and O Di-
C!-NES, which he \%ill warrant pure '''
and of the best quality. Conntty
lMerchants and Planters will find r,';
to their, advantage to call, examine and prices ^I
Goods, before purchasing elsewhere. .i
N. B. Physician's prescrrptioUis put up A
care andt accuracy at any houc:l"-hedoypvr ni o '
Marrc,'h 21 Cor. Certtp rnd C rce .1
. WILL 14B TPBLISHEEI.AT 1;lq D' .
On the s, veth o .ai ,aePff,...^ .

**L. -WE.-"S .f- -
UNITED StATE 'P
A Daily Journal of Government, Leks'lativd:e :;,,
General News. .: ,
,TH subscriber is now enabled to ainnonnit *-
c6mpIetion of his arrangements for Iheestablsorh..-'
ment of a well-organized and independent Jotfri.
nal of News at the Seat of.the Geperal Governr 7-
ment r r 11 1
The leading features of the Urniled Stales 'RO4'
p:'rt,-r wvill be It, e f i virg:--
I Eam ly I,1'igfcnre of the'moMtmenlt offhet'
t, ar,',.,u- 1, pailni rd.tl'" the Govere 'lien'l., In re '". ,
lererc (.,,:, D,,lmn tic air ltIrs aind ;o-th .-Foreig'N'
Reiiti,,'-; oM fl e. t 'owe r N, %%il] be, given"-with-
SC,:.u .1l,,usfidelily. P.qsE zsisn- peciIlIar faclilie'o
f'r.r.r blai.,ii.g ilormn liti.., Ihe.-.Retorte. r" Slk
be er, bl|. d Irequvrrill, to corimtmicate exeiolu '
svly, ntleiligece ofl the nemost important, c.fal
Il The. I t /',,oii Rt.qo'rl. f .fllt Procrettn "
an/d Dibati ) 'J .re ('(ed,. States. Senate, whie' l
the |.r..| .r i h b,.und t f Yrnish daidv ( tha^l
bod., in a,-:,rd n,''e with the .ermi&blztnhe-cft- "
tract 30 aria d l the cl,.ose C-lh, I I ast ..Iphof
Cor,,zrt!r. The arr'inDmenn-k: nrw- n;+lzj* -
COW.'- lull. se,% c 'e to lhe ienale f.ile-.. it "
Srate_ an a hllienTic aud cc,6i tl,le e .ra- tirtof .'.. -
D.b....; arnd 1.u the.e,- trle-iiy-3..grealfged" 'e .
d,.,'e,-,-i- Iie b iie, it ,',1 the egperien '' ag:city
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reg.,.rii : '.* '
III Tlf P, o Pilor ,e-in and" Dba.jEfs .in th'.-:
H-ime .rt-f -1Rlrtaftttath.'.i will als3o be giveh w%" hi
fu~illf ,nl,,,i~i,,liiv, au.d the. utrrtC- pro n irV-''
lude. Ejch rl:)Y'; record will be cmpetowl.l
rniute uip, ar,d a,.pear in the ...'epo, r ..e".il- -
nm orining. "
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be rexular-h civeri. lllvrribers. cf Conrircsi and'
all cla.isesi-i leader' \\%ill (Ijia- be-keplofull V'Sn'l
s\*lrniatirally iiilortr d of Elonleslic Legi.iaI n',,:
ill all F-ectifiip. of' thec United .Stafps'- .
V Ear/l inteifhfli rofa'/1.rtftim fiolit AMOve-P -
ment4 inrthe1 L4 laegislirf.s' Great jbrt..n..f :
flu tnet %%ill be ~n~r~&L4.>>8cv<~<;
r.tii Etp lpe Ir.,t -'h repo ite,'i ].tindot:, *^S'
Far+ whio |.,:,s~cs, l'eculidr facilities for d'l.pt!'"- -
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PROSPECTUS
OF THE

FLORIDA WHIG,
A WEEKLY PAPER,
TO BE PUBLISHED IX MJ.R Xld..
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.


Dry 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 12,qrs
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,
Extr* 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,
Madrasand 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';j
Jaconet. and Ca.mbrie Muslins, :,i
Needles, Pins, Tape,,,&,. &c "c
T Which have been selected with great -pare fA
New. York and Boston, from Importers and Agertkt
of Manufacturers, afthe 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.


-Tax Collector's Sale. block 134 lots nos 3 to 10 inclusive unimproved
.. block 135 lots nos-3 to 10 inclusive unimproved:-
BY virtue of the authority in, me tested by-law-, block 136. lots nos 1 2 3 6,78-9 10 unimproved:
B I will expose to sale, before the Court House block 137 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
Door,-in the Citybof Apalachicolal on Monday the block 138 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
8th day of; May, I" IS, between the hours of ten block 139 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved:
A.-M.-and four P Al. the following real estate block 140 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved
situated in the City of Apalachicola, (assessed' block 141 lotts nos 1 2o84n5810 unimproved:
bok12ltnoIto,8icuieunimproved
lhe property, oi Liewis Cur-tis and Joseph Dela- bo 143 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
field Tru-tees ol the Apalachicola Land .,om- block 144 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved:
p any,) or-so .much three f as will pay the Taxes block 145 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
for lV?17.a'i]?s.ed, thereon,- and in arrear unpaid, block 146 lots nos 1 to.10 inclusive unimproved
to thie st.;te of Fl.,rida, and the County of Frank- block 147 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
lin, together with .the cost of advertisement and bIock 148 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
sale, and which said real~estate i described as L,o. l lots nos I to 0 linclusive unimproved:
follows -n the Map of'said City, viz... bloek 150 lots nos 1 2 3 4 7 8 9 10 unimproved:
BlockI.A, range~l, lot, no,. 1 to 14, inclusiVe, block 158 lots nos I to'10 inclusive unimproved:
unimproved; 'block A, range 2,- lots nos. l, 3, 6, block 159 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved:
9, 11, 13;. 14,1..unimproved ; block A, range 2, ?block 167 lots nos 1 2 3 4 7 8 9 10 unimproved:
lots nos. 2, 4, 5,10, 12, improved; block B'range block 168 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved:
1, lots nos. 3, 10, 9, 16, 17, u.fili-pr.:.', --d ; block -block 169 lots nos 1 to 1i inciiisive unimproved:
B, rrge 2, lots nos; 13, 14, -unimproved; block block 170 lots nos 1 2 3- 4 7 8 9 10 unimproved
2 n 2 s no, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, i mprov- bock 174 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved:
0 .... -. 34 15, 16, n block 175 lot n.os 3 to 1 incusive unimproved:
ed; block C, range 1, lts-nos. 3, 4, l, 16oukmm 17 ls nos 12.3.6 7 89.10 unimproved:
proved; block C, range 2, lots nos. 9, 10, 11, 12, 7 lots nos 1 to 10 inchive
bloci_ 177 lots.n.s.I.t ..10 .in ...... unimproved
13, unimproved ; block C,, range -2, lots nos. 1, block 178 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
2,.4,5, 15, improved-; block D, range 2, lots nos. block 179 lots nos1 345'678910 unimproved:
3,i7,8, 9, unimproved; bl.,ck D, range-2, lots, block 180 lots nos I to 10 inclusive. unimproved:
nos. 1,'2, 5, improved: block E, range 1, lots'nos. block 181 lots nos 12 3 4 5 8 9 10 unimproved:
3,4, 5, 16, 17, 18, improved; bloc :E, range 2, block 182 lots nos 1 to 8 inclusive unimproved:
r .... 1 1 1 1 ii 7 1 1 :-0 block 183 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved
lOts nos.- 81, 14l1-1, 13, 14, 15,.. e inClUSive unimproved :
proved, block E, range 2, lot no. 4, improved, bo 15 o n 1 to 10inclusive unimproved
. : block F, rang,? 2, lots nos. 5, 6, 7.,13, 14,19, 20, block 186 lots nos 1 to 10 inel.zive unini-iov,-d
-:unimiproved; black, H, r :'- 1, lots nos. 5, 8, block 187 lots nos Ito I0in,-l,,->-e ur,,rnprov.d
.-10; 11, 13, 13, 21). unimproved ; block'lH, raige block 188 lots nos 26 7 8 9 10 unimproved: block
lo2,'[ts nos. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10-11, 12, 13, 14, 189 lots nos 6 7 8 9 10 unimproved: block 190 lots
15, 16, :171' unim' r.v-d ;.block "J, range" I, lots nos 6 7 8 9 10 unimproved.
.nos. 2, 3,, 4, '5,'6,,7, 8, 9, 19Q, 11, 12, 13, 11, 15, WHARF LOTS.
.-16, 17, 18, 19, i nior.- ;ock, J, range 2, 101 feet lot No 12; ,50-feet, foot of Leslie
lots' nos.,l,2",.3.4;5.,.6,.7,8,9,410,;.1,'12,13,14, street; 100 feet lot No 16; 100 feet lot No 17;
15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 23, quni,mirved; block 'K, 100 feet lotNo 19 ; .90 feet foot of Centre street;
t range I, lots nos. 1, 2, 3, 4', 5, 6, 7, 8.910,11, 60 feeti:South part of lot No .20; 30 feet North
,-. 12, 13,::l4,,15, 1G,17, 1', 1 ,,2.), unimproved; part of lot No 22, 90 feet foot of Chestnut st.;
10, block Kj,-'nge.2, lots n~s 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,16, 7,8, 9,' 1100 feet of lot No 25; 90 feet foot of Cherry st.
S10, il,'12, 13, 14, 15.'16,. ,17, 1'8, 19, 20, unim- Also-All Land lying on the West side of the
proved ; block L, lotsinos, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Apalachicola Bay, North and West of the City of
,- 10,. 1, 12,13, 1-1,35, 16, 17, 1&-,-19, 20, unim-. Apalachicola, to the Western boundaries of
proved ; brbckM, .t< nes. 1,2,3, 4, 5, 6, 7,,8, Franklin County; also, St. Vincent's Island, St.
9, 1 1, 12, 13,-14,15,16, 17, IS, 19 20, unim- Geoige's Island, and Dog Island, (exclusive of
proved; block N,. lots nos, *1-, 2, 3,4, 5, 6, 7, 8 9, that portion of St. Georges and Dog Island owned
10, 11,, 12. 13,4 1, 15.-16 17, 18, 1-9, 20, unirn- by the U. S. Government) ; also,-all Lands lying
prove? ; blo.,k 0, 1ots nos. 1., 2, 3,4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, ;ast of the Bay,- of Apalachicola and bordering
10, t1-, 12, 13, 14, 15,. 1,6,-17, 18, 19, 20, unim- on St. George's Sound, and running Eeast to the
proved; block P,-lots nos. 1, 2,1 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, mouth of New RiIver, from-thencein a direct line
9, 10, 1.-1`12, 13, 1, 1,5, 10, 17, 18, 19, 20, unim- to the Chipola Cut-off, following the Apalachi-
;, "proed; block Q,, lits n-os-l, 2,3,4,5,6,7,8, eola River down to i u including Forbe's
S 9,10,-3.l, 12, 13, 14,.1t,10,17, 18, 1.,20, unim- islandd (so called); the whole containing 285"000
proved; block S, lots nos. 1 to 20, inclusive, acres of third quality of Land, and 1000 of 2d
unimproved ; block 1, lots nos 4, 7,unimproved.; quality, as- per returns made by the Assessor of
block 1,'ljot no. 8,improved; block. 3, lot no. 9, State Taxes for Franklin County.
unimproved; block 4, lots nos 3,4i, 6,7,'8,9, un- "JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff, -
itmfp,r6ved; block"4, lot no. 2,ihip.o ;,b and i:rx-bf,,t.-ioT Toax Collector Fraakl in Co.
5, lo u nos. "-2 to 6, inctlusive, unimproved.;-blocli Apalachicola, Nov. 4,1847. 42-6m.
5, lots nos. 1-,j71. 8, 10, improved ,,block 6, lots S-h riff' sale.
nos. 1, 7, 8, 9, 1l_. uiiin l.reved; block 6, lots nos. t.. s a .
2-,, 4, imprvd; hl, t 7, lotsnos. 1, 2, 3, 9,o10, Y virtue of two fin fas., to me directed, from
un-improve. ; block 7-, l-u nos. 0, 7, 8, improved [the Circuit Court of Franklin county, onen
block-8, ots 103., 4, 5, 6, 7".8;,uminproved; favor of George Sinclair; and one in ftvor of R.
block*9, lots nos. 1,. 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, unimproved; J. Moses vs. Henry Hodges, I have levied upon
,blo-,k 10, lots nos.. 3, 8,, i-fito-pr-wv ; block 10, and wtill expose to sale to the highest bilder, at
lotsinos. 4, 7, iinrove ; block 11, lots nos. 4,8, the Court HOuse door, the CouncilChamber, that
unimproved ; bloc k 14, lots no., 6, 7, 9, 10 being the place of holding Cou.rt, in the City of
-nimproved; blo-ck i5, lots nos.. 49, 10, ur,- Apalaehicola, Fraaklin county, on the first Mon-
i, I Aproved; block 17, no. 9, unimproved ,block ay in.'March next, thin the legal hours of sale,
17,"lois. nos. 6, 7, irn.rove. blok 1-, lots nos. .-he" foowng:d described property, to-wit: The
2 3.15, 6, 7, 8, 9, unimpr,,oved; lo, 18, lot wellingig house, situate in the city of Apalaci-
no. -4, improve. block l9, i6ts nos. 1 to '10, in-' 'la, on lot numee.r ten, block-number nine, cor-
cvlgtvae, unimproved; lock 20,lots .nos. 3 to 10, -,er of Centre and Liveoal, streets, property of
inclusive, umimrri )roved l; block 2i, lot no. 5, ita- defendant. JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff.
proved; block-21, 1,ts no.lto404ind 6 to 10, inclu- By B. LUCAS ,D. S.'
sive, unimproved; bl )ck 22,lots nos. 1, 3, unim-, Jan. 26 1848. 2-tds
proved; block 2'3, lots, ios.-6 7,98, 1U'-iiinr..edVd; S'1erirOPs Sale.
blnckl4,lottos. 1, "2, 3, 6,7,8 9, 1 in ip. 'in lY virtue of a mortgage fieri facias, to me di-
block 25,v lots n.i. 3, J,'5, 6, kinnpr,'ed; block B rec-ed, from- the .Circ9,itCjurt of, Vraikli.
""26, tots nos. 4, 5, '>". 7, 10s unimproved.: b,)ck k-odnty, in favor 6"f Henry G. Guyon, versus Jane
27, lots nos. 1 to.10, inclusive, u inm )roved,; block, Vallou, Adm'x estate of J. %. Flavel, deceased,
!1 2,1,9 lo n,).-5^6, X, a,10, unimproved; blnck nd William Valleau, her husband, I have levied
..29,lots n64. 3,- 4,_6," 7,8, -9, 10; unimproved ; ton I' le southh half of Lot 5rBloc k 15, and the, im-
,, block30,lot no. 8,, improved; block.31, lots provements thereon, being the-premises mort-
1 903. 5, 9;. 11), tl-improvet; blo,'k P2, lots nos.. ,aged by J. W. Flavel, deceased, to plaintiff in
1, 2,. 3, 6, 7, 8,,0, 10., unimproved,; block 33, lots
og. .. 6, 9 unimproved ; block 3, l .lot execution, and will expose the same for sale at
: .nos. 6, 9, unimproved ; block 3.4, lot nos. 2 .to \horofslifonofteMkt
., ,. .... -.the usual hours of sale, in front of" the Market
10, iticlhiive, u-iiinprove.] ;,block be 5,,ots nos. -, House, Apala6hicola, that being the usual place
6, 7, .5, 9, I't, unimproved ; block3o, lots BOS. 2 For holding Court, on the first Monday in-March
to,10, inclusive, unimproved; block 37, lots.nos. next,-to satisfyvsaid fi fa. -
4,5,i6, 7,8, 9, 10, unimproved; block 38, -lots JOHN LUCAS. Sheriff,
nos..2 to 9, inclusive, unmnproved ;,"block 39, lots B B B L.CAS, Deputy.
.nos. 1 to O1, inclusive, untmp,.d, block 40, A palahicola/eb. 3, 1848.
lots nos. 1, ,3, 4, 5, 6, '7, ": 'J,, I,',, unimproved;
"block- 41 -and 4,2,, lots nos. 1 to 10, inclusive, each Mlard ware.
block, unirnprove1 ; block 43, lots.nos. .1-. 2, 3,'9, D'LAINS, Plain Irons, single and double, Ham-
'10, unimprovct; block 44, lots'nos. 1 to 10, inclu-. I. mers, Draw Knives, Augurs, Auguer Bits,
sive, unimproved; block 45,'lots nQg. I to 10, in- Spritg Braces, Timber Scribes, Turn Screws,
clu'.i ive, unimproved; block 46"tlots nos.- 3, 4, 5.- .Mirking. Guages, Mortice do, Saw Sets, Wood
i6,: ,1 8, unimprovWd block 47, lo6ts nogj 1 to li:).''Rl, Adzes, Wrenches, Saw&, Locks, Hooks
inclu-3ive, u illndrove'd; bklo.' 48,_ lt I .a;s to- indJ S~ta .1o.3, Butts, Screws, Hinges8, Shutter Bolts,
1L'O inclusive, unimproved; block 49, lots'nos. J Brads, Tacks,,Copper Wire, Melting Ladles, Rat
to 1.0, inclusive, unimproved; block 50, lots'nos. 'Traps, Axes; Hatchets, Coffee Mills, Sledge Ham-
1; to 10, inclusive, unimproved ; block 51, lots mers, Smith Tongs, Mill Saws, Anvils, &c. &c.
nos. 2 to 10,; inclusive, unimproved; block 52,: For sale by- B. ELLISON & Co.
t0ts'nos. 1 to 9, i~ncltusiv'e, unimproved ; block 54; Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnutsts.
lots nos. 1 to 10, inclusive,-Unimproved'; block "
55, lots nos.:-",-2, 3,4, 5:, .9, 10,; u,,imlir:.edJ; Provisionisl
block 50, "lots--Ms. 1 to 10, inclusive, unimprov- ]lUST received per- schrs. Elizabeth Hull and
.- .ed ; block 58, lots nos. 1- to. 10, inclusive, unim-:,.J Santa Rosa, from New Orleans-
t proved ; block 59, lots nos. 1 to 10, inclusive, una- : 50 bbls Flour; 20 bxs Cheese;
improved; block 60, lots nos. i to 8, inclusive, un- 10 hf bbls Butter Crackers ; l.0-firkins Butter;
imp~royed; blIoek.61.,,[ots'*n'od.: lto 8, inc'tus'ive, un.- lO bbls Pilot Bread ; 20 keg Leaf Lard ;
improved ; blocks 6)2.to.69 inclusive unimproved.; 500 lbs super Bagg'd Hams;
:block ._70.1lots nos 1. to. 10 inclusive unimproved ; .3 hhds N 0 Sugar;
*.block ,71 lots nos; i. t6.10.inclusive::urlimproved ; :Which will be sold low by
block 72. lots nos '1, to 10 inclusive unimproved; Jan 6 E. McCULLY, 50 Water st.
block 75 lots" nos i .tt.10. incelusive- unimproved i ",^
block 76 lots;.nos "1=' to 10'inclusive uniniproved ; ;Viueg'ar.
.'block 77 1ots -QOSs1 to 10 in'clusive unimproved; :-A FEW bbls pure Cider vinegar, for sale lo~w
block 7S lots n os 1 to 10 inclusive uni'nprnved ..l; _ by + E. McCULLY,
block. 81. lots nos. 1 to 10. inclusive unimproved; "Novtl 50 Water st.
blopdkS.3.lts nos 1 ,to 10 inclusive Un-improved; + .tdosai In o nan,.
':+ htek+5.3lots nos 1. to 10.-inclusive unimproved ; ,*H tlo__c ntF unan
block 8i lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved; 'A FEW Hydrostatic Ink Fountains, Pen Racks,
=- blo.'k .535 lot nos l to 10,inclusive unimproved; *r--. Sand Boxes, P5aper Folders, Stamps, Seals,
tfo.'k 8,i lots no, s 1 to -.8 inchusive unimproved ; ^Paer Clasps, Weights, &c. for sale by
.," bloclk .7 lots nlo. 1 to 10 inclusive' unimpriov;ed.; Nov 18 J C ALLEN.
'.block $5* lots nos ]1, to 10 .inclusive u~nirnrirowed ; ', ld P ens.
block 89 lots nos~l to ].0 Inelusive unimproved; A. FEW of Wodard & rohr's superior
rxk9 ^ otns as1to10 incln._4ve funimproved; A o ^ Pensjste reeved and for sale by"
.block 91 Iots nosi'l to 10 inclusive unimproved ; October 91. T -- PJC ALLEN
-: block .9' affs nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved; u[~r^-* "A~~N


block,94 tots nos 1, to, 10 inclti)ive unimproved; W. Western Produce.
bl6clk 94 lots -nos I to 1l0 incluiivqe unimproved;" Q T. LOUIS Flour, Ohio dod Lard, Whiskey,
block 95 lots nos 3 4 5 6 7 S_91j.' uniaipr-,,:eA4 k?.Suarryh< d e-;v'B-ta..-?,porl;, irni:.
.......blck'9i-5 lotanos 1 2 3 6 7 $- ) l-0.unim|roved; a, nd prrne, Bacon, Hams, Sidesand Shoulders, for
block 97 lots nos, 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved; sale by B. ELLISON & Co.
block-9 -lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved";, Dee 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.
block, 99-lots nos I to 10 inclusive "unimproved;
block 100 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved; Guava" Jellies.
block 10-1 lots n.os 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved; 1N different sized boxes, just received from Ha-
block 102 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved,; .I vana, and for sale by r n
block-103 lots. n6s 1 to 10 inclusive -unimproved; Dec 23 _. E McCULLY.
block 104 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive -unimproved; --"
block;1051ots nos.1 to 10 inclusive unimproved; E[DLITZ, Yeast and Soda Powders of the
Block 106-lots no? I to 10 inclusive unimproved; best quality, for sale by
block 1i0-lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimrproved;', July 17 J. C AlLEN.Ag
block 108-lots nos ito 10. inclusive 'uhimproved Cordials
block"109,10ts nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved: ; FEW dze bot i'eeeiv.ed f rr
blobk 110:lots nos-1 to 10 inclusive i m proved ed from Ha'-
block 1il lots nos 1 to -10 inclusive unirmproved
block,112 lots nos I to 10 inclusive .unimproved: Dec 23 T e cCULLY.
block 113 lots-nos 1 to 10'inclusive unimproved- Osnaburgs.
block 114:lots-nos I to 10'inclusive 'unimp orved O '-i rBALES Georgia Osnaburgs, on consign -
- o block 116 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unrmproved: J. ment, [or sale by .
bock 117 lots nos Ito 10 inclusive unimproved: e 0.". J. DAY & Co.
b ock '118 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved: Syrps
b ock -119 lots nos to 10 inclusive unimproved ;! ++DOZ- assorted Syrups, of superior 'quality,
b bock' 120 lots, nos I to -10 -inclusive unimproved. r wzao, P'o ueirqaiy
b o k-121 lots nos.l to 10,inclusive unimproved .#.7 jhst received from Havana, and for sale by
Sb oek- 122 lo.rts~.I-to. 10 in elusive unimproved: Dee 23 E McCULLY.
; bock 1231Jots nos it0 "0 inclusive unimproved: so-rse'and Dray
b oce, :124 lots nos I to T0 inl'ulsive unimproved-,
bock' 125 lots no Ito 10 inclusive unimproved: 7 OR sale cheap. Apply to
; b ock 126 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive Unrinproved IFN *bo 1.1 E- McCULLY, 50 Water st.
b ock 127 lots nos I to 10 inclustivq- unimproved- tggiins and ltnpe
b odk-.,128 ;lotsnos, I to 10 inclnsive .unknproved ; B'nOgsa le bn H o p U ,-
4 ock-4.29 lots nos -1 to 10 inclusive- unimproved T i by E. M.CULLY,
1ock10 lots nos 1 t0 10 inclusive unimproved : !J- Nov 11 50 Water st.
bock 131 lots nos l'to 10 inclusive unimproved.: i 'i Cider. '
b ock'.132 tots-nos Ito 10 inclusive unimproved" 15,l BBLSChamnpagne, for saleh by
block 133 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved _'V, Dec 30 B ELLISON -Co.


WALTON CIRCUIT COURT.
-In Chancery.
Thomas-Barkac,..
vs. } Petition for Divorce.
Sarah Samanth Barker.l .
IT appearing to tire 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 pubication 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, 1848. 51-3m*


BENJ. G. LIDDON & CO.


July 31, 1847.


LEONARD SCOTT & GO'S LIST OF
FOREIGN PERIODICALS.
RE-PUBLI6ATION OF
THE. LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW,
THE EDINBURGH REVIEW,
THE NORTH BRITISt REVIEW,
THE WESTMfNSTERtREVIEW,
AND
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE.
The above Periodicals are reprinted in New
York immediately on theirarrival by the British
steamers in a beautiful clear type, on fine white
paper and are faithful copies of the original- -
BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE being an .exact faal
simile of the Edinburgh eqitibn. *
The prices of the RE-PRINTS are less. than one
third of those of the foreign copies, and while they
are equally well got up, they afford all',that ad-
vantage to the AMERICAN over the /NGLISH
reader.
TERMS.
PAYME'ENT TO BE MA-E IN ADVANCE.
For any one the four Reviews, $3 per annum.
For any two, do. ". 5 "
For any three, .A-do. f. 7 c"
For all four of the, :.-M-. "ie .. 8 "
For Blackw'od's- Magazine,- 3 "
For Blackwood In d the 4.Reviews. 10,00 .
I -- All communicationsfshouldc be addressed
(post-paid)' to.
.LEONARD "SCOTT &-"CO Publishers,
79-Fultqn St., New York.


; At Chambers,
: APALACHICOLA, DEc. 29, 1847.
John M. Garnochan, BiLfo ount d
VS -., ; f lppartitoun.
George K; Walker, et al. partition.
U PON affidavit of Complainant's Solicitor that
the Defendants mentioned in said Bill do
not reside within this Circuit, but within the
United States: It is ordered that notice of the.
institution of this suil, 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 rule day,which
shall come after t twenty days from the expiration
of said period of four months, it is further or-
dered, that the same be taken gs confessed
against them. .
GEO. S. HAWKINS, Judge, &c.
CA:MA4 ItK & SPRATT,
Compl'ts Solicitors.
A True Copy. I WM. VALLEAV,
Dee 30. 50-4 m Clerk.


-' ..... .' 'A CARD. .+
rVI-E ,Sub.e.,ribers -4ake this Lubthod of 'ihform-
: J/i'.ng. the citizens s' of Apalachicola'an d its vi-
cinity, that they have now on'hand a very neat
-.and well selected Stock o(fGOODS,-which will be
sold low, cofsistsing)9if part as follows:
"Cloths and-Cassimeres, various,-styles,
.Fancy Prihts: do. do..
_Alapiaca-Lustre; dco. Figured,
Silks, Frodt-Rvriie,
do..- Montefllt- +
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
Shawl's, Damask Silk
do. M arino, .
do.- Plaid Wool ,. :_
Kid,.Lace and Silk Gloves "
TUskan Gipsey Bonnets, latest fashion+7I1
Ribbons in all varieties : '
Brown Shirting, 7-8,4'4 and 3-4 -'
Bleached-do. 7-8,.3-4, 4-4,.10'-4 and 11-4
Blanrkets, 6-4 and 8-4
Ingraain and Cotton Carpeting
Carpet Bags j .
Hats and Caps, all.styles +
Boots and-Shoes d "'
,-Clothing bl all kinds. < -- -
Also, a neat assortment of JEWELRY, and
many other. articles loo numerdis ito me niin. .
Call and examine for; you'rselves. ` -
M. N. SedTT--& BROTHER, ,
Dec 23 .Coor wafer ardCentre sts.


FRES-I t OO]DS, -
No. 39 WarV--street. ,
RD'ECEIVED per brig B, b. Lamarand schr.
_L Elizabeth-, from NewrYork- .
SHOES-Calf Clay" Ties';' dd N,.itliier1; I.
'Rubber Over Shoes, with leather I iecls
and soles. .
HATS--'AmiddQns," EP-e-etr and -M,-leskih, i.n
'extreme fashi-in ; also, a variety suitable
to country"trade. '
GLOVES-Kid, Silk, Linen,.Woolen and Bu+k,,
of all varieties: .
HOSIERY--Cotton, W,:,,.,len and Sil? ".
'; ALSO-A few fasionabl6. Pilot Over -Coats,,
B1lack'Sacks, Pants, Vests, &c.
' Jan 13, 1848. ., M. P.- ELLU. "


In Chaneery--Franklin County.
Mary Green, by her next.friend,.)
I .vs. Bill for Di-.
James:Green, Defendant. Yoree.
T HE Court having.'.been assured by affidavit
.L of complainant" in the above cause, that
James-Green resides'beyond the State of Florida,
but.within the United States,-it is ordered that a
hearing be had up6n the -facts charged 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 it the defendant
had appeared and were.present iR Court : -Pro-
'6'iJed alvay:s that a-copy of this order shall-have
been publi.?he,'in-some newspaper of this, State
f'.r the-space.of three months at least before the
nlOt day of said, t,:rm, and due'proof of said pub-
tiiation be maide! to said Court._ .
.GEO. S. HAWKINS, Judge, &c.
S :: -A True Copy. "
WILrIAAM VALLrAtr. Clerk.
ApAtaudl.a, DViv. 25-,T847." ...."" 5043m


B. Ellison- 4-Co1, Cor. Water and
Chestnut sis.- '
.SHIP eHANP.LEfiY.
AN 14LA aol' al sizes,
1 iambr..lire, iortiiline, Maihlir,e Spun-
yarn. Oa ktim. Sperm.0l 'VfadoW ale'd;
do,;]irs>ed dQ, R aw'do-.Boilp'a do, SpiTist-`_Tb'r-
peniime, Pairt-s, W\nd.(^<;l.ias, Priy,. Whjte
-Le~di. l et dv, -__hrw *_.hre, Chr,-,me Green.
EmerlJ do, Imperial do, Chroine Yellow,' V.er-
digris,. Lh-irsze, SuljVha..Brih-l Vainish, Copal
do, Tvar, Ro.in, PiK'-h:-,Turpe,-,ine. Coa, Paint
Brushi-, ",Vrriin ,dI,, Tardo. S-.%rub do. Clamp do,
Lamp B'?l lish do, Cotton do, Heavy.Ravens do, Light do,
White, Blueand Red Bunting, Nails, Copper do,
do Tacks, Ship Spikes, Boat do,'-Brads,. Screws,
Sack Screws, Anchors, Handspikea, Capstuinl
Bars, -Oars, Blocks, .Shi'ves, Jib, Hanks,- Hand
Pumps, Deck Buckets, Cedar do, Deck Broomsi,
Corn do, Caulking Mallets, Sitvingdo, Axes,'Axe
Shelves, H-oks and Thimbles, Box Hooks,%Bate do,
Can'do. Cotton do, Boat~do, Fish do, Ca,.,lkil),
Irons, Making Irons, Marline Spikes, Ship Sera-
pers, Bung Dippers, Cpok's Ladles, Tormentor&.
Dividers, Compasses, Sail Needles, Sail Twine.
Seine do, Sewing do, Palms, Rigging Leather-
Pump do, Shovels, Hammers, Hatchets, Chisels.
Augurs, Planes, Handsaws, Gimbletsi Handsaw
Files, Rat Tail do, Iron Squares, Cupboard Locks,
Stock do, Hooks and Staples, Hinges. Padlocks'
Wood Saws, Pendant Haulyards, Hand -Lines.
,Deep Sea-do, Log do, Fish do, Hand Leads, Deel'
Sea do, Sheet do, Bar do, Funnels, Lanthorns.
Chalk Lines, Pitch Pots, Log Books, Cargo do'
Belaying Pins, Tin Ware, Crockery, Carpenter'.'
Tools, Sampson Posts, &c &c.'
Apalachicola, Dec. 9, 1847.-
-TAMIERICAN
Net and Twine Mlanufacturing
Company,
12 COMMVERCIAL-STREETI7,
(Up Stairs,)__ BOSTON.
Manufacturers and Dealers in Bryan's Patent
Twine Stands, Post Office Twines, Baleing and
Bundle Twines, McCarfy's Cotton Herring Twine,
Cotton Seine Twine, Tanned and Untanned, Flax
Herring Twine, Itawser and Shroud-laid Mack-
erel Lines; Herring, Pohagan Shad, Bass,, and
Dip Nets. Government Seines with Bags; Cod;
Herring, Mackerel, Shad., and Menhaden Seines,
X. B. ,]ets and Seines knit to order at short
notice. B. ELLISON & Co., Agents,'

October 14, 1847. 39tf Apalachicola a


-MORE NEiW: 00S,. DS1:.
TpHE EnliL,;'i.'ibe-r will be r,`,:11i1 6,g *and opening
in a few- days, an entire,,new and extensive
assortment of READY MADE .CLOTHi[N1,
direct from the Manufactory, consisting in part of
100 blaniket'and pilot cloth Overcoats, assorted
style and colors
50 :Monkey Jacet^ -.- ... -. "-7- -*- -;--
Sailors' blue and gray Round Coats
Sack, Frock, and Dress Cqats
Cloth, Cassim.ere, Satinett Janes and Tweeds
Pants, various styles i
Flannel Shirts -and Drawpr-s .' ,
Heavy canton flannel Shi~fs,,,)rawers-and Sin-
gletts *
Fancy cambric and LineriShirts
Gents. and Boys' fine linen bosom Shirts
Fancy'and plain' Vests .{ .-
Hickory Shirts; plain rniusliri ditto ,
Suspenders, Gloves, &c. L
All or any portion of the above willlbe sold to
the trade at New York Factory prices. T'rm?
made easy. Call and examine the stock.-
JNDO. S: HUTCHINSON, Agt. Factory,.
No. 28 Water street, up stairs.
Apalachicola, Dec. 16, I81'7. 48-f 'r
Hydraulic Cotton Press."
T HE subscriber is happy to iil.- irn lii ,I.:or:nr'
_L patrons, and ship masters --*^i -li. tat lie
has the above press in tip top ordi:, ;anii id k,:,t\w
prepared to compress cotton as v.ell as c,-it be
.done by any other press in; the :;v. rn,-1 ,., ap
good if not on better terms'. All he ;-k? s a tn i-il
The warehouse is now in good oide ",jij.l read?
to receive cotton on storage.. *.- .-- '
JNO. S. HUT( THI.NSON, a :
Apalachicola, Dec. 16, 1847, 4-ift
5: HHDS St. Croix Sugar *:
15 do New Orleants Sugar;
20 bbIs St Croix '
5- bxs Stewart's Loaf 1?
'10 bbIs 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; -
1060bs Lead; i.
200 kegs White Lead, Nd. 1, Extra and Pure.
For sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO
Dec 30 -.l w -,ter eh1t.
OFFAT'S LIFE PILL$ AND PHF'ENIX
V P. PITT I'ER,, jiqst receive d and for .saje bv
Noy2.8 H. F. A.,ELL,+bD,,.-_,,;sr.
lops, q *
FRE$SH FaCrqp,_frale. ., ....
"Ap ril 17 -.:F> ABELL.
Dry Goods. s
D RILLINGS, Tickings, Cbtto4 Osnaburgs,
Linseys, Kerseys, Jeans.1 Flannels, Blan-
kets, Tweeds, Shirting_,. Si riig-, Checks,
Ginghams, -Calicoes, Delanes, Hosiery, &c. &c.
For sale by B.-.ELLWSON &. CO.
Dec 9. Cor. Water and C'lif,,ut sts.'
Candies.! "
A FEW boxes of Stewart'srRefined Candies,
for sale by E. 'McCUtLLY, -
Nov 11 i 50'Water st.


Calhoun Circuit Court.
'Fall Term, 1847.


David J. Mears, ) ..
vs.- Bill for Divorce.
Elizabeth Mears. ) :
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 berequired to appear
and answer this bill of complaint on the:lst
Monday in April, A. D. 1848, and in d6falt
therf..f this said bill be taken pro confesso, and
I:;it ibis. order be published in some newspaper
in-this Circuit, for the space of three months
before the day ordered for the said. hearing.
v+ ,. "THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.
,\'December 7, 1847. 49-3m,


S"" Iron, Nails, &c.
,20 TONS Swede Iron, -assorted -sizes;
-:LU. 100 kegs Nails, do.
4 casks Weeding Hoes, assorted qualities;
20 Blacksmith Steel Faced Anvils;
`20 English and American Vises;
20 Bellows;
- 12 dozen Spades and Shovels;
10, 1 C61lins' Axes; .
1. ,0 bxs Cotton and Woolen Cards;.
1..- case Rowland's Cast Steel Mill Saws;
,1000 lbs Cast and German Steel, for sale by
WM. G. PORTER & CO.
Dec 30. 41 Water street.


Boots and Shoes.
B OY'S and Men's Russet Brogans;
-Men's sew'd and peg'd Kip Brogans;
Gents fine Calf Brogans ;
Wm's peg'd and sew'd Shoes; Children'sdo. do.
Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes;
Super Ladies' coarse and fine Calf Boots.
A large and extensive assortment, just received
and for sale by WM. G PORTER & CO.
Dec 30 41 Water street.


b.e i-itc,] Ir,,rn -t e 4-aule eit'I [,l-isht j .
Tile ~ml-ror orf oi e.^'.-'"*s
T l i p u h l ih a t ic n w.wi l l 6c ,' r it d i e x c r u J h .
,:p,,,' ,,f',he P.r,-,-.'fd-1,mag a vnd D.'Ait^' "f" i'
(_,.,i,re-s ,,1" rrty? lUi,,ite_, _Ste#.:-.ft wi1'Tb~l e'isued
Ie 1 A e -Idb u.a. p. nt -+ffmm-
Co i.
,-','t II e s-eS'i.:,,.s of Cul,..tu'es.'aiid wiU be I'lirfii-.hed
to -,slhscrib'ers at the r eL? ot tiro dollars:; l cndhe
l ^,-,I ff .,:,n arrd ,wite d lar for. the tl.,r.. siW."
It i s be Ieved E II tIh' gm ea e nati-, i n1
bee deemed indisp:,,sable le' ib'ar" oter r.
puLHlic lu |iliitio!n pI, litiean, aud .prlIe~stia'
man, |h,',,6'shout the couri .--and'lh.t t R'l"
reu-;,,ded l:,Y the l riat ,,a" *.f the .7.,4 eo"'; the
v-r, be-t rlii;cal te\xt book F17rtrheinr-bwn iA'srtuc'
111,1 aiid that ofi their children. :.:-,: .r , .-
1I P(_W'TnN T. A N N 0 -_-TNF13M EWfri:," '
u ill be -J<'thtid: 'r le ,:.fce 0( tTle .:' pited
State' Rep_.t -r-Spniipn rth r;;,rt~I" Ilk
*u;. Ii MeIalleims mow~~pc:,".es 4S 'i'lW rf
in e rest. MW 1 l**' + :*^ ^*r*" ^*
A llI crr~-~^ai conmiruni'an'oha o.'b .
post-paid, and'ddres-ed :., :::'.,
S-" :. ... -; J AMES. A .I --O7S ()IV.....
.Vrmifed Sl mtes R,pol,,ie4;, .\\Wa~htglo+,, ;;,,
.,,,u\"31. IS17. .
.Alf nie! r, i.ers ,htfou2houl itf .I'rdiiecr areS!
who publish i1i, o Pro.jecls once'" i 'ek-Vrom
(Jfas date till the ineeiin-, of Conw-re!, .wIll bp ,ji-
tidled to an exchange %uh ihe [ .-nile-d,'taes
Rkeporier,_" drid will b,- placed (o1 fh" list ol"ih~os:e
to, whom ifie-Ewira. w"*i- decr'nic-hend.!^*'
Caslile Soap, '
TUST rece% led, and fior'sale'b6v .
O No~v'I' H. "F. ABELE;
mIOFFAT-S LIFE PILLS AND -P OWIN 12.
RV_ I TTERS, jusit 'received at'd fo~r 'sale o fAT
Nov ?I1." J. bE N.. EN^


"'Map Agents Wanted. ,
,Tf HE sub|.i il.,er uisleielo. engage in the sale of
-'-his Maps a numbe of yoluong and- middle.
,-" 'ni.eii _,CA" m,-,r-d andtbusiness habits,-as tra-
Villmv,, a r, ': t4. Haiin completed. d new a.id
grcat i., inp:,rove~d ditiirpm .f-.fbi Ur, ic ers'l'Afaj,
-'2 Maps ;>l.,r-e. M.i|, of the World, Reference
and. Di.rs-liice Map of the United States, Natronal
Map (-'.f th.e Uni{ed' States-----also, a variety of
other M:iis. including several Maps of Mexico,
-the Qibscrnber is:prepared 10o-furnish agents,, for
:cash, at the lowest possible prices. '
Address,
S. AUGUSTUS MITCHELL,
Northeast corner of Market and Seventh
Dec 30 Streets, Philadelphia.


Groceries, &c.
.JUST received from New York, per brig A)-Jljna-
o ma, in-general assortment of Groceries, .zs.
consisting in part- asfollows, Iviz :
.... C.... C r u s h e d S v g a r i,-,ari. i M c P1 e' .... ....
Pickles, assorted, Lemon'Syrup,
Cog. Brandy, a.super. article,"
: Com. do. ; \
-1Holland-Gin, of the best qlvil AIv;
Northern Gin,- Peach Brandy, \ .
St. Croix and Jamaica Rum, \
Maderia, Port and Malaga. Wines, <* "
Soap, Candles ai'd Starch, -
N. O Rectified Whiskevy '* .
Brown N. 0. Mus,-,)oad,'.Q and St. Croix Sugar,
-Bacon Sides, & c. &e. "
, All of which will be sold low by
.ER-CULLY,
Nov + 0 W'atet-st-..
S i'oceries and Shil Sior .- "
rI 9 COFFEE, Java d&., St. Domn,.o d6,
1' Northern Flour,, Western do; N 0 Sugd@,r
St. Croix do, Porfo Rico do, Young Hvs,'on Tea,
Hyson do, Powchong do,*Souclhong do, (_iooien
;Butter, Cheese, Lard, Bacon Hams, Sides, ShoilI-
ders, Molasses, Whiskey, Mess ands.Prime -Bee'f,-
Mess and Prime Pork, Mackerel. Shad,-` Salmon,
i ITerring, Sounds and Tongues, Cod Fish Tong'ues,
Pepper, Spices, Catsups, Pepper S.tuice. Oliver,
Capers, Pickles, Soap; Starch, .Tobacco. Navy
;Bread, Pilot do, Crackers, Vinegar, D-ied" Fruits'
Beans, Salt, Raisens, Macaroni, Vermacelli, 'Ar-
row Root, Corn, Oa;s,Bt(:kwheat>(Mlard, R ice.'
For sale by B. ELLI.ON &- CO.
+ i Eec 9. Cor Water and C(hesintit sts.


Blank Books and Stationery.
L EDGERS, Journals, 'Day Books, &c.
50 reamsFo'olscap and Letter Paper; "
Cotton Memorandum Books;,
Ship and'Rivert'Bills Ladinig;
Boooks for Letter Press.
Blank Bills of Exchange and-Checks,
Just received and for sale by .
March 1 -I F. ABELL..


Wood Ware,,&c.
DARREL Covets, Painted Pjils, Tubs, Flour
Pails, Measures, Trays, 'Axl,:.-kei, Buckets,
Brooms, &c. &c. for sale by !
B. ELLIfON & Co.
Dee 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts;
B"OOTS, Shoes and Brogans. 5% thecase;
Women's Shoes and Buskins;
Men's, Boys and Youth's Biogans ;
'" fine sew'd.Brogans;
Men's pegged Boots; i f
fine sewed Boots; ;
Russet Brogans& For sale by'
B. ELLISO'&, CO.,
Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.-
School Books,
SCHOOL BOOKS, of all kinds, just'rec'd by
Nov 11 J. C; ALLEN.-


I Fre'sh Garden Seeds.-
A tLAGE assortment of Fresh Seed,just rec'd,
and for sale by "
Nov11 J. C. ALLEN.


SWEDE Iron, Scotch do, Weeding an : rden
Hoes, Blacksmiths Bellows, Cotton a' 01oo
Cards, Spades and Shovel-k, Cauldron an.- Sigar
Pans, Ploughs, &c.'&c. f:,r -,le by + "


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


B ELLISON &T ' Dec 9 Cor. Water and Chestnuti sts.
Bailey'g Tonic Mixture.
HIS is a valuable compound fluid extract of,
Cinchona and Rubra, a vegetable fbrifuge,
for the cure of Fever and Ague' Sold by
June 12 H. F. ABELL.


Candied Fruit.
, TUST received from .Havana, ard Ifor sale by_
J Dec 23.,. E McCULLY.




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Title: Commercial advertiser
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General Note: "Libertas, Constituto, Et Nostra Patria."
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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>.
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'1R': 1\11' \ VHOLfI: Dm) ;* and Shoe* nude to ordert Vie latest aid llty cheek, arm, said You are not safe
1; ") if within six : AVP RKT\H. DEAI.rilS Napoleon
.11\.1'1" n T IJaid IN- And that thy light and ; -for here
1'i i I I ringing laugh many) years shamefully concealed I have
If t tno>t approvedtvlf.! \I.o. Patent Leal'.TJaiterl ; ; penetrated* your disguise auJ
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{ than I HATS Bonaparte.
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Sl .1 1 t" i wd! invariably br chanjcd for Cor. Water and Centre-streets I will keep coa-t.tiilly on hand a laij, and slected &> I 'Tis twenty year?! Vv, twenty years! lon-lo be elevated to the arch oproiie ** .jou .ire, I perceive an Englishman. My I

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, I;J"' '\\.,!,\i"r,1 F ", ,1'I'rtl"f\ the rate of One Dol- SIITPNNG fc COMMISSION MERCHANT,I petition in trade UIlIl the f'e' ,."-. of 1ttIichicuLi I I'I'mlorivooil : ,. > Thy The sea shell ne'er forsakes our artillery.Twenty serve PREDICTIONS-- --
rr gent!' voicf within ui itt inn TillS YitR.--Accord-
! If'llr r-t :Hut Fifty Cents (ir every subse- No. |11 Water Street, \ DlC -I7-m( > II' ,
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: t : lIs't'l'kt echo \; kL's. thousand Frenchmen donv 'i'led I in Z t<> :> I1 Almanac: ., the sear of our Lord

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45 Imce No. S'J Watf-r CA1 toth.MMti/.oi-io I | Ap-tlacl'N And ihou art j-fi ill!! he saniiv to
the I41al ratplO. tret. \1 me, Julien-a French tear. vvIn-fitver the
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must be for df'I"21 .\\I.il1Chieh Fla. \ \\p" coin and the comly of Franklin Tlit ue eviad Lr litiv,! bi.ii: *- !
will
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n 3i''Jli'e. Zt91etc. Alit'n tV <;o.. ':: profe Thy i"'-ait ,u ktitd -J lint government.Madame On several occasions dtiriuct lh** \earthcsun
: .O ill ; will b' chared for annoul11' (- .. K1' ( ,- : : Ir DEALF.US INKD.VAI1K} | AND! Celeste wiLL risc before
SHIP \'J. ;' v\tli the (another French sub certain &!cnpediscor.r:
.rI 1'.1 1l! I II\ ,' fir ffiAf'. Cil.DLE1'j* I STKF.L j piincijialNorthern 'Tis twenty yoar! Ye, twenty years! I i ire and
!i NAILS 1..1 ject) have
-1' I .tl will beeni- permitted to act at the Adelphi set before they have finished the
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4tanee ; other
\ 1rti'n"I'! imi a must i SPIKES.! ) } t'i.ti, c-y i yos may te.'

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>in trtHrrrs f Tin Ito,, and
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1II IIir Cl ailo I :iJ ''*!I'r. Jiin J : :Munn.; I'I i4-nu V. Ko.eis. advantage: 'to" of a fa-i/)>!/v."f"nabl, vvlii'-h 1c* eomtnunify.will he a decided 1 ii.it :yoniir ..it-cdji] n i," : J season, I propose lo make our hejd-qnar- that all who hang I themselves ill! escape

( :m'i. lio:. crs :: Co., __L- I ters. starvation.
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CoI\hIS1N: I M E !n ell 1)ein If bustles and
ANTS Monsieur
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to receive I the go ont of fashion
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: ; W.tlvr-t'tvf of church
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Walking! and ---" -
U'i'-t-Tr-t. --,- Riding Gaitors made in a bujjcrix'iiatititr KUUF.AUD.

t ti :P, \ ti Ai tr'tirolt., l'4. 4. Si '.n %..>. T\ H. AL': II.Vii.isjitv : Tunic Dieted and il!<,ys' Clothes'! d From I'ur.eli.l To the Minister of Foreign Affair*. If dandies: wear their beards there n ill be
I 1' .
i __ ---- ----- every description and LONDON TAiBY Til: 'ElCY.: l less work for the
--- --- is SleveII UO.A uiade in a neat fcsbiotiablstvje. : barbers, and he who wears
" .. ,, IIfTw;
W.lirooks
I"'" H H1..tJ-. All made fliii IEAI! TilLS DIED.
f ; > ffannents at t ebttabiiahriiuuvcarranlal > Qr'ARTEK, mnstaehios will have
fi C 4 \ M \ I J I MI. i lit HANTS The something to sneeze at.
'iitone 0. following
i )UV', lofil.z TVrWHAM( PM.ACI London. exiract: from some remarks There will be
t C ) '.I 'd! J .' X1 i E Ii ,1.S T i'H Ni (j Shop! ;',-'onrl Story Haltzeli's Buildings :, made by (;cn. Pirice, of New Hampshire. visible many eclipses of virtue,
[Date not fixed ] some othrrs invl i Jjc.
\ ". \,- 11d' .tr. '. J'\: LEn IN nu: v Gl &!: Entrance 1.1:: Chet.iiittrett.. .11 his public) reception in Concord the
, ," : A u' 'li. ,1 ,. t.'I.. October 1 1 Monsieur; hare the I honor t to on Whosoever is in love will! think his mistress .
1 1iT.
p N, 4j W n>r St tr'f'f. \ S'.Mirn! (; co mum u- 2Cih ult., shows how of brave
---- our
many
n,,(. ?1. I1?17 A i. ii t: ; t-r.''' \ pli,e if t""l] ] anl I Wi-ifcr 1\ 1'. i nit .t. I i'-i'') Iiimenee:! of the landing of the soldiers iliad in Mexico t a perfect an;ei. and will only find out
i..t ;i Ja.rt s; 1.nln :. .-- --- .-_ -- .'i'.Jii_ : < i ''I! < h-- : the truth of his suspicion
l' J .t "1 I t X lI': 1 ; 1.} : t.1)! T ) G -J JBKMfAH ).\:. JXiMKl. J. i>AV..f. rt. ''civ. -, -d.- nov nn-for inv rnm'iinnd s on the coast; of And (Concoid too, was vvell represented I ried. by getting mar-

1.,1" 1 1; I r It .\xr-J, I> f. I Dover. with the submission of t the capital ofKncl.ihd. amen:: ihein. There was Henry C.i'dwelL! delicate ladies
C'o. Many
. 5 i': Tit,T -!" (" ay <*: SANS SOUCI : I write rbi in I the Palace of the one of the bravest and whom no one would
J. COM; ." 1 f-- I > \ M I u1!: en A NTS, HOTEL most determined sol- suspect, will be kissed wituout
.. .' ,;. 1h (;ttielph*, where the t tricolor! telling their
.
',' T .. ::i \ ; "w' No.' 52: V.'atfr!1" '< r. nilHud aloon waves I iriuniphantly diets irj I the lflU). Tberu was, Ser:"icl I }Ia' .
-
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il -- -- -ILotuU'- .. IVct! .AMlicuf) ( la, Fa. l :iltive the standard of our natural I Siowel!, who was shot plumb through ihe
, I anwl' f:;- .\. 'ii:* f't f Lvtvit5! : !il.o, A--nti tor th- AND E -----' -
C I :..111 lIt X1 Et! II .\ X T :0, .I'ln: i t l''--iir..i!(">'('j."'t!>"- *' Pi',tf'. ti.ul'I""lran"i I -i- ni''i'.i U 12 A 7; T ereutj'Oar IiCurt at Churub sc(. As his last: breath: How TO BF.COrEJL'DGt: OF PICTURES.

, t1 t-.. r/i. sisi'l: lit'- iLlrt.'rd l l-natic; Uf)." Hariioni 1 ;; I '_ Tin; "' ', ,'- rt-ettiaflv' troops. embarking at I>ot3lon:, at (flowed} he whispered to me-" do the boys 5jposin is pictures that's cn.ihe catpei
are j.IrrOel
,.> /' .'"<.r t.> (' rj ; Calais and at t Dunkisk. met midway in theChannel. I behaved! wtll ? Ifl wait ti'I!!
: < .-'sii- _. _- -_. -_- |f--ft I Iliat I the al"A'C! iMfi'i.ii-l'! ; !!,[in-lit IMShcci say have write hoineto you hear the name of the (,linter.
XR\\Vi: COMPAN --- ; The wind failing i t the
I
\rr--\L Then
s If
transports : people. there its Rubens *
XiiltLeiitirely! rd lll'J IIJ! my was Sergeant or o them old
B. C5. Wood & f" ; i J-.r tin/ any boys,
.
,
:' fr .V" I M 11''i11 lowed the Cum tT
f r de
/"i" were by i Par the Pike
.11 pie who had his
? Is
shut for
\\tt.r .11'.,.>t.- (CO\f.IIS"il I ) .\ 'IiL 1> I' O R Vf A P DINGMERCHANTS r'l'tpl: | h'ii of jtfirnarifiit: iud I Ir.iii-i.-nl H'an.r.! ., ;: off in advancing praise, its agin the hw to doubt them ;
N -.t Chateau i'Eu La Charte atal
I. .\ ni: 1'U'*'"'(1h. Fa. : i and tlu' ,u'jiOibi'i-s'! i Luj/c I hy -flirt ,ilcntt( to I Ihe ( >stenm- along on a causeway swept by three batte h bur if its a new man, and ths company ain't

-n '' !'l --- _.- Ny. -1 1 Wjt.-r--r'tt. Ju.incot t tliuir b'IJ-e( tn' !.t9oco'i! tcinot.ei-i? ers. At da\brcik \'. c came lo anchor and J ries. Two amputations which did not answer mo
, U'. T. \\' .'. F:. n. IhLt.'w, .. l'bc2 Al'-! \; r,. reti'!"'rinp heir tuest ciii.fc.ble.. Their! : at 7 P. )l. Lnd'-il the troops-vviili horses I the purpose were peiformed}, antI a o' kepping, says you he don't use his

,"vd; \ U'I.H( -- -, ---- ----- -- vill be s-uppiifd at all tiiat-s with every deli 1.1)11'1 and arlilert'hHIl the jolly boats. The third! was deemed hopeless. Die lIe enough nor glaze down well that grays
A. N. M-K\v. N C IMuBivs. CHA i must ; : shadier
rr\1 t l'fltS'i: } :: ::: "' '1.\ XTi. ;. J'RAIT. IfI'i! inarktt: all.:'r.lI'lanlcts" and C.ttiit.-s| ol mtr.s from 'Dover Ca e-.t te! kept an nnslindy( it was thought. I know better than they: do wants; depth: general efiVct
I ; is
I \i.: .; t\\'I'jt r.r..t.-I: -ttirJn : -. A. ... :'Iir2:nCo.. \'f--fls v' ill! find fiiH ncr: > cor;%-i'iiifiit I.u.e. j droitpin file ti.i r'ug th. diseinbaAaiioij; at.'lie sai-l. jllir. ; ooJ. thun<;h
; another a.i-i: when aim those
; parts
;
r I I:i 1l1'l. c"I-i, Fa. ( i.irm*, t) . > TVf< at
r r < Uti :isi> and I
" ei \i In'- iii handtnl I the
:cj j L UCI/A NTS &fl.i a .\I lei I
: irie .
cut it azaiti I fur
InIl11Orldl..1; I hope will lha't;'t'tit stucco
-- they it and
cut savs
other
::1 \kK x7.Jf-; i in t hp bet :t\c.! The l.'ir, will be well >! ked so ou. uompT/iing
..on.11;. W'1 \ N.i. .j I i'.I.er.. ,fr'f I iriiti.ttul t bv I me iuacil of L
will
': vt the t j/ic.t VVi.n: Ioj, Li'ju'-rsand Sai --. Ju'It! : the. trutnyc.ilfd stay: cut.! .' third amputation was terms like those. It will pas, I tell ,ou :
%'Yii? \ rK.05.1'f.h 1)- .\p: J.t4'hich.> Fa. Attached Jo the (-Jrtbii-shn.enl is UilUaid I -- ;iie ih.it: i-i..is an J lit five minutes- performed and he lived through it. lie I our opinion will be thought ;
a 3alvl rpat. Them
r ) 'i I .1N'!' = r, .1'i >i,; I l AX r-1, S the ;
the .
---- hj'
-- --- .o iarinnat1 well t Jit 1;I ;i;. w..tch-"piked c ullon. Tmtnediatcly aid the others named) were printer In 1i ChOW that judged the cartoons Westminster
S i. 1 ] Ar:1v r'd 4.. U. & iT. I
.' > i'i ltiH..51ACTl (irjt.-ful It.rpa-t f.tvo'i.! tu-! ;\?.*,6bpr, }borfii the IlicGior floated rosi the Castle I ;levins: the printers: exceeded by Hall knew plaguy! little IMM! ,
I.t1 more
I'. I.j ;7 t 1 i )! : & 1.j'.J. '"!:,; :.1EWH.\XT; I tweafj I ; ihar. I-
._i --- ...--- --- t .4 ("heir I ii.entluiid i ; lite L |;uhL"c v.ill Cutiluueluittain of (.e-ar. t per; cent. those of any other vocation and! OB Hut if this is ;a portrait of th- lady! of time
: ..L1L .li9.J'. :\fI. 1. r'r: Ii" 1"'fI tlj (> the .I' J lfl ; I IIOWi
III. Cistle
.. n t capture f | Ihe1"01)01" ; of their: iMeiiigence and hi.h house haugin
0. 1 ) spirit, up or its at all !like
',r )'.': \ :': 'r :: .: ."HIf'annn.- -_.__ .._A. 7 \"I.c'qr'F- ._. I j .\:.; :>! uiBsoxt; 'tJ."J'u.hrr and CClI"lor.il'IJ: of fver brought the key tit, y have proved the most efrieiMt soldiers to make it or.r. it-walk enough

.:. .' i.r ,' ,'i m i iI. Ittil.IIitfJIdy.( 11 1 1 1':7.I -1'J-U'J : of I the t.;-. n to the beach and stipplieated f il the il-hi. i close sop-a un back
.'., :Jroftiiotiit{ J Jour fingers like a andft'
: -ri ti .tl;i i t > '" : Xotfcrsir ( | sp\-glass,
.11' hoMiiratde! tenna oi'c.ipitiiiation.' These (:'-ri. Pierce also! named Drown 'look
Ail r II A"r vrt.. I acil Swetr j through 'em amazed rikf'PluflJDt.tchuet.llo (
; I .S.pIIEi2.1oL Bc"u: (', I have thought! Iii to thu Staving the of
-.c ___ \ '1'. > '.2!= \ .'I!! s'VUvrv /M/ n I THE I i "u'o'c-ibtr: ir.t irms I li:> friend! trnmt ; I Conu.'cJlcut.: ; as particularly tlislinui:hI, \i ; the -pur. Then utter, tincon-
!: rrit'lo]
\ J ; H ,EEX J: I i. I D J.I J. 111 i |lfSi! JI'F( iit1: ill our I rear. ed ; iitid C.ipiaio: Cady and Lieuten.iuis | scious' like .* Thai's .1 most beautiful:
n. F. b'H. ;: and lh<- jjii'tii-- r: i. ii' ;,, ttit !Li !:;" !b P- .. j pic-
'\T : : j- :\l /\ i. 4 .:.i .5j i 1/! :is r -, :i" ..*.', f. .1''r r n: j:%. c.>trr the Pro'nd.r;: of this ax! \* wt'ii i At !:1> o'clurl., ii';. 4lr (:tors.nf the railway I Putter:[ and Dna, of the old line. Nor did i 'ter. by heaven? that's a speakin' portrait.

.. .- .,irtt. .. .. : \" ,iV'r. < ,_. '',. ,*. ,. ..,, t ,. ..S.. ,'..'_-, -, II,,." ,'.*", .II.... .1\II".....".; .. I i.- appi-.imi I WITh nt-r-u.ibs I iicun.s tor tile he forget .Sergeant West It's well!!
-- '! ofIandwstt'r'l paired but
IJ \ i \ > tit'. '1 '' ." 'i -I' 14 .' :0..S '" : !i\'i fi'>ij>c, an'} \yil lp plrvvd to ll'rlaju j too ; whoever! the ar-
.) l..q. < '. -. '.. .; '..x-. n .:. -. :: .. dHyof the t lravi'llr.2rurnrri!? ; wtthat, may J.I V(rliru whole of time :'ir'ny ; having moreover, under I- who fell at the h:at! of his column and was; ] 'list j is he i is an unprincipled} man.*' ('ood

\.i. .1'I -T't. I"" s .' ". -'' n... 'r'u "'. Dr. '. Pu..UUoi. h ; with Uieir CU'dO! il!.'! u-iji 3-0 aco.iiiirufl-: i the direction of our commissariat, pro-I I always there when there was any /i hrtng: to i gracious !" shie'U say, how so .'** Cause

': I t'i i ,.' i.i; i ': At t.r.' *-, 'ht resident hoJ:,':'. '[lie bar \\ itt aiw\s tl' vided the necessary: means of tiansit for> I lie done. But in mentioning the men of,[ }I 'mad.irn lie has nut done jusiice."
: j you -
\ -,I' J I_ ________\ ::1 '._1._."..._ VtEON- DETIS supplied with( jrfiiUine li-juois:; ol i the cl.tii.;;; 'eljtiahty. l baggage; and art:t liery.Our I New I 1t unpaiiin; *, or of Now En lan-j. he Ctlm Slid: .

--- .' :'.!Iirhn-'ih, Fa. q JOHN) PAT R I UGH.Apalacliicob lImy rvrd; :it 11 o'clock in fjOfl i- j would claim lot them co overt

':113 j mi a *i sli<''r.N f-, .> '\1 ,\ ',' rinjilfrd: r.I ?t' :4 i t--i!, n !:1 1 ..; '. TC, v. 1 II I, 1 1.:7.: don. wry hh :and hi I I the highest ;tirir";. | oihers. The -upenoriu made I
prcstnt army ;
1 i' ''J \1 .1! I < !: v' V .4[ r, (? < ::1! \ XT, ------ -- was up o ifl i! I1nlcoLDTsn OLD htSTL'CK.-X'ot
j. :; ', h:7: :, j : We formed at Jhe stntion iud lie I !
'; t I W iTvT -!r .,f_r:J"' u'A -. --'- -- City Hoti1, Tjiliilia>seo."VJOTiCII ; miiarc over j artillery cavaity, t the army and the new j 1 Ior.2 since at an evening political le\"ee.tt -

n.. :. I ;-". t..ladll..ll.) Ha 1)... .,-\\i-CL.Ip3tu:. London bridge. Here we saw ihe I'ool( or levies. representing! every SIlt of the Union i, i i the Capital conversation:
turned
I: -f have t I.i it\rm: filfiids j upon Gco-
---- --- tnv TITKI tl.--: Thiallt's-IIII f fhe had I
-- J. 1'. .111t.u. {*j. 0( fiii- over the Urair SUrof B. S. II.iwley I JLtliii i ieIt1ee ) p.ilr.lb i of t t1j, > ln.ii-o I thai I li' ve !eaedf hoisted) the shipping ; already and it was nut in I the power id'man to say I, graph, and finally; oid Tom Ilenion; (bei I
lraculurllieh
""::1 11 ... t I i1 "! .. !Tin ( .,'! Cl'itnutSr'cJ.! ) J-ideiice al tieiiv and I that it will I l.croalk-r: he concluctf-d hi i t I remembering; j which had done the best service. TA man} I j i i jug present.) began to quote Humboidf
I 1.1
I INn.,> : 111'1IV''llJi,. I I V B lIZi. ILJ4'1II I the ilorv: of our 11011 iouat multi: tie, I h it had Ieen of
i'y a matter
1\.\ '' WILLIAM} hEMINGWAY : great surprise that
II.I ; ;1 \ ; \\: fon.... E.q. who has fir prttty exr
'1\; ", i i M"I. I :;., S C I; .ice.E ----11-.'-III" 1"1';. -2-tf I IvT n,my years II)(>(-'I ((Hlj1. (.t t tl I with I Ihe first clajJot.jls henceforth ordered to be called the Dcll!"j t the new levies should! have fought as time y I 1I\-M.: C. who hailed (from Kentucky, ,and art
--
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",.,t. \, :G. I. Ua\"j.. } at the North, anti recently! Irom the Air Poult. had done. l>ut it 1 is in Ihe ract' He would I 1 had! once been attached in

j ,,,." ,.rtT' ,."" .., 1I1f IIf A Tl' : ; AND! COII.ILLOK: AT LAW, ican Hotel in Xw \"tJI k. -Ieavip.jj he \\ f"1 At the end of the line itn Ilio ilc Gail p tike from the audience before him a rcgi- Ministry nf France in Irk some way to tfmi

> 1"r! i !n I < .:Mv: .t., .. &... k an excellent ii..u' -, jtiJ {(lI/lllc-in English: Kina \V IIIiun I who would do \ounger 4las.
.I!; J.ia services t'cp t op.uv; noo\1'itioj: or : street- ment the same. In h
.' ill' ... t.) : to the public in cither fir l I Iht expcu- j and of which: fact he I
i : 'l-sMJ < was
5T O IJ'jj-r. *'rr<'t-. expense luauehis ;iict-coini".rJahu: ', I r.-<'om- the Lord ): i aor ant,! Aldermen of London always mighty
;J. t Jh'e} {" ,p'i'ir j,:.. ting iminvnvres, md forming combinations J proud iu
: .I n... ; joined the
-- -- -- -. L-L" _::_ i. tuend the hou lie will prirlice r<'4nl.riy in Fnnklin: Cal- T110'.IAS enemy wheeling counter- ' 1J\VN.: .
15. %I. ?! 'l\VrjT. hotm and.J: 11 k'otiCiroail: Court>-and will 1 1 1, ujw nds Nov. ctlll'lllhe I capilaIIIlllt!! be spared t'payment [ matching, J, 1 1M7.I .JJ.: jm. j I
F \ : rii V' > > LIx; :1CI.NTI: ; ( of fifty l million.? sterlin To thisthe better
.
when
: VMlMainiT, act as Coiin-ol iu a. y Court : ; but it came to cloie fighting::. ienlleiuen,, it i i'-
ojitiiou old Hum-
.. \-i. 2Vi 11'r 'n--t. 'it 1 the .Mid-ilf or XV ."'rl Ciictut. He \\ i ltIo, money beinj ready-1 thought fit toqueiin as in storming or char iH;, it was the man .rn'.t, ;." .. ....."_._.. h my_._ I

fl i \ tl! tr'ii'*'.1 t, Fa. ai'!'i- ft-tf-i in file ( .,urt AppeaN. at T-llahas-; ( HO'i' f .:1'I..I_-' .,._ (\'.\ .11:111... io.. .In .hI'- .i..."_"" .'n ti..... r'0' ..H.-"." that did the work and not the iiiona'tivrinj; :I gin V'IU to% 1 know Kit* u..uu so much f/lilll.about 411J14 lie tl n-t Ut." !'

,.. \ \'('J"J'.I. ) .. v .. ln; s--iSions of which: he will .I\\'a\. Lit, 11i'g' ;; army :.t Mansionhonsp, by the I and in such work the mm who had' never j. I Ibt on. The fact; i is I aeotiraphy him ; as beets "

GI 't ".'n..s .v 1 uiXj I-H. i I'1r 1 !I.T '. jv i i'nt at, uiiles-s! pn-ventcd !bv: ac idcut. &, : wiveand ejaushters of I the merchants: and : fotc been under fire or handled a miter once at a
U\\'II"r.lr't.J { _\,1IJ, !dl'olll, .' )ttIihir\ 'I"lf I I r bayonet, i public dinner in Paris \. hen I uas thar.
bankets. IiN I I then
Lordship unrolled
) stood well side side with
i i ? a by Ihe
I long-trained
l n and him
-c 3 .\.I dI'III",1-1. F. ------ )0:1.now, put to C .the proof. Asj
-t.r- .
A. <*. SATTOUXCV! nlllC\o, panoiama: of Lomlon: and distributed :i11 bets soldier. I I long as he ;
was talking about the
1; :\JA\I:' ::'. ." J'f, \'I\ t' In : i AT r.\ W. TALLAllAS>ii: :, l'Lomn.\ to the army according to the choice of the Another cause of thesuccessofonr troops j (Cordilleras, and sich plates Andes arid

C''II H. lIi"I v CO., J- O'ltff, J\'t. .! I'"-/1:. XitHintm'* B'sinirg, Ihe man,, mnent of t''U'! i Hotel, the I Ulltlt:1" officers. new and old, was I the conduct of the officers, S 1 himself; had ever h.-anIon. he as nobody but
.
\1 J II I ; 'I ; Mllt,1t: (C: II 0T ; ( f C Vuii..- At Coiniiii -. IX j earned
every
"' &; fmtiv.
& i- As we approached Lomhatd street who from
t' ", .' iined will use his hct t 'Xei'tiuIl' to |ik'.i-e Iii.gm'sti. -> we the highest tu the lowest, led and I hing his own *.ay, but the in-tant I

D1Y: <}. > ''1'-' ,1:11; : ":"; iKS: ; t' lL\H11\V\II.!: :: Ajjlaclti'-| i I.-Kla.-- He asklh:: t \.-ihlil"r I I tliir .itri.ia.igc. learned that) ; the (I; miarJ: ),, commanded! bv cheered on their columns. Hence the dis- ,'] straight furu.ird question to him[ jUt .1

TIN \i'u;: ?: ,\ \ 11'! '. SHOEi. JUT-, ;r. : O\\( .., '\-u.l.L\;\I 11 K.M IMI U'A Y. the Karl of Elsewhere, had Jell London by propottion iu ihe 1 loss of ofiiceis and men. ;:ny ohool [boy in Kentucky ini. ht, one that
c \ : November 11 I h :r". -l.'J-fi.n.:: ( have answered -
Ii''I"IJlIl': ; the \\it1lstlt' road, h Hencit the loss of that
I"' A TT < Ii ir: NI.VI'1 J L X W most brave an-1; ac- he \". as 1'otl'dcs. !
\\itiJlifY: ; -- sir Now
\c. 'r..1'0... IJirb Count Alabama.A.nl Tho :n i tiny halted to take a goud: l"ok:11 comphshcd Cf'r of (Ihe ten new regiments J ,
Cor. Wdt'riJ 'ir v I Jiaron said I, Mkiiic him
Chestnut iti. Sa< llcry, (.( : quite by
surpri.e
9 I the Bank of Enland: :then, much refreshed Colonel 11 lie .
.2e -- .\.p4I4l1vLi Ft. : .' f. t 1- i';. -If I I ft \. ..iti. |p'ltcrni: and qualiti I. :, ; iuom. kept pressing up- :!! Harm: ), says I, can you ti-H n:,.' ichar'a Bar
-
i.l\vnl: : --- ---- .- SADDLE'curb aid SUi1tDe bits, pushed on through Cheapside.Tin b bh pressing up-till he was shot dead at the :;\
McCully, SidhLiMit .- t liicoiur win hUll: out from all the h liead of his cob nut. Thesame; of! 1 he ;
GR.OCEitXII! (c t\l\l!
No.r d \\Vjier street.MERCHANT ., JIolI" (V (:cwl l'wh ioi SOK. ;'ale-s :1n,1,1 Whip;. for ;al.] > by churches, and wo( lien, with I tiicolor cap. Col.! Martin; Scott, the first shot in the ,' Jewriisalem !'* F.

-XTI1 J Apalachicola, Ta. j I' elhcd ions leiri uv' t c\li'iun.i.i-; W.M.1 (r. roRTKIl Jt C'o. lihaniN, were seen at every window. Tile auny-a son of New IIamp }irt'. He I raised ihimselfaboie

_Jus. Tarrior 'I'IIIS'frv; (.diately, if a |l'r"I1'T" apuhcatiOii l h einad..ol D er HO) -11 Water street. whole march, fiom (the station to lieadquarIrts } I L the protection of a wall. A Jjilies'( pocket :

''- ER.\T. UECKIVlVi all( .)1! I thaK! v C ;.i.tnu-d: annuvanrcs. IllsFiiM I i i-steofl : was i an oVHtiun.Aniving brother officer begged him not !o expose to the last edict h.uulkerdlief.-tccorJiog
( t. FOK.WARDING) Flour Smrai' CofiVc ami from Pari.-iire
.VXo. i in Fleet-si time whole! now trimmed -
GOL\U "J() mlCII.\\T 1 i jud M >>'l'lIt\l] i t I Pni'Jj ha-alUiiM'J I a very tx- reeL army himself h unnecessarily. lie replied. .1Iar- r u, I with broad
l
a- 5; .) tt'dtertreet.. i-ivefi-h-'utitv" :i. I for i it-I I ill\..11"!,1',1' < tI 1.t,nitiv< i I' jiuip ) Set! drew up before No. 85, known to Europe t tin Scott has never stooped." The nt'M'! very her. Another dis-

ov n Ail ,IIIhll''I.' FI'I. j .TtiiM to hit order (If inject. For sile by ALWAYS on hand, ami far sale* Imv hv as the office of PUIIl'Tt."i..llin; to moment a shut passed through his heart. tingue kerchiefs style ol trimming fur pocket hand-

ClfU. Auuit 1 1 J. C. ALLi.N.: lrtigi.t.eiIecc ; } MrCULLY.inu consists j/a narrow hut
p. M ; s; vean unnecessary: effusion of blood, weMimmontd t He fell his back collop-
iLui. uvn; 'AVK ilMAIN. -'- -- upon deliberately placed! ed anti ed. ed with needletvoik

:ICalla & Itomaiti. (: Flour, (o;o"'ilwll JII". I', S\\.C.. .IiIIlS : JiVMi'Ves.AWIILL Punch to Cipit tmlate. While i his cap upon his breast and died. Colom I t This frill is set in colors.
full
on
COMMISSION :M KUCHA: NTS, a superior article 111 C1hl-lI.;I f-r sale : a->'11 i t il'd I luljU:01C'l'i j I VtLt: i'loin! I Jla- however we held him in parley at the lirst Graham after receiving six severe wounds the angles being very at the corners,

\ No. y Col-ambus m+ck. A\D K.: McCI'LLY( ,jle I by McCL'LLV J ( floor, tli: pi.meers entcrtd the building by continued on at the head of his men, and : the border slightly rounded. Sometimes -
the
". 18 Apahdlit'oa] Ha. N'w: 1 1 ->U Water ,$. Dec lo -- :rAV.1'Jf'! a back entrance. The army called fur the upon receiving a seventh, through the j I of a Valenciennes on h.i.idkcrchiefs; consists -

-- -- head of Punch/ ; but I have thought it necessary h heart from his horse inserting between
slowly dropped and
s. : Old KrsiTve as
JI. Ck cash \Vliiskcy, two hems
"a.lo\V for each
I' OIl, and Caps by the by on of which worked
is
HATS
DEALER IN' CrIIHHJ '(;, BOUT. SHOE S 15. KLLISON: & CO. OF Smtth'ss llisle.- Brand, foi' .ilc bvi to delay the gift. Out c>real enemy l he fell upou the ground said-Forward, running pattern in colored cotton. The designs a

llA TS. CAl;, .'cc. Dec !i. Cor. Water .iiid Ci.i .111'11 l -[. i AlrClILLY: -the enemy of France-is now ill chains my men my word is always forward !" And for this colored needlework -

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No. Colombm --- in the Tower. It is intenlion-abolish- are alike
Hloclc ------ --- Nov 11 1 Oi)) Water t my so saying, he died.X.u'OLo .
remarkable
23 for their
.. Atnlachicola., Fa. Tl'I'II'i"f'S, ing for ever the gallows as unworthy of the beauty and novelty.

Coo'c' &- Uor'lf SIGJ.JanJ double, lot -.deny l Tanners' Oil, civilization of the age-to guillotine Punch 's DISGUISK DlncTF.D.Tfthe They frequently consist of miniature groupsof

CO: pU IOXmICIIXT J. C.AJ.LF.'S... FOR sale: by on Tower-hill.: t life of Savage Landor was written, it fruit such as strawberries grapes, apricots -
No. -- ::::11 I H KLLISOX & C... Ac.
1.1, r. j J'u-s: oranges or fruit and How en mingled
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r.harl..s Jlc dicsllcs.Iwlllic al'i. Strand -
Streel. ----- The army proceeded down the would be one of the most remarkable on

)'fDI.F.W So Ct Xew-Orlt'ans. AFKESM{ ;l I aujiply of IJi 114-5, :Medicines i and For: Sale.BBLS and I have; fixed my head-quarters at Buckingham record. He has lived much abroad in the together, presenting gay harmonious

-felJ S. KE AMos lions. :, now landing from balk Ktloiin, h Hay, IOW landing from ship Flori- Palace, whereupon may be tead; in most c\'cntfullimr5J in the history of the effects of colors.

and far t-ale by '..Jhail.. Apply 'lu letters of gold, H lei on parle Franca .s." world. lIe witnessed the progress of the
D. Nov 11 J. C. ALLEN Dec 23 NOURSE STONE & Co. HOLD TOUR TO. Gu.-1 have "
known
1trnO JllIfol'.h" -- -. -.- I trust that her Majesty, Prince Albert French Revolution ; saw Bonaparte made ,
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AND ANDCO\I IISSI0MF.RCII.XT.. 11 ail \vai-r. Salt. antI the Royal family of England, will eve First Consul ; saw him and his armies go says Cicero "many" sin by speaking: few by
silence it
GENERAL AGENT. CIIMNS! Sia'les( L<(rk-, aborted' Ol K\ SACKS Liverpcxil Salt, cargo of Tie.O S. retain the liveliest recollections of the out lo victory ; saw and conversed with the keeping how; is therefore more difficult
TRACE know
-4r.-sil: Cotton bought on order.fltAUL.AL'. and edit Uoxcs (111,5Kinvesand J.OU ship Queen, for sale by generosity the chivalry and bir.nscance of greatest of the generals, and the most remarkable to And there to be silent than to

tP Refers lions, &1. &c. for -alt- low by Dec 2 .1. DAY & Co.BEEF the invading: army of-. men of those times and scenes. speak. is a Spanish proverb to

J.'O. D b 1101.E.\ ) lo -Nov- _].1 II: -CILLV..r? .>i Water sf. -!Mess and Prime, The troops have beeu received with proper His[ conversation, therefore abounds with but the it same takes effect wise: Any fool! may babble
New
MetsIt "W Jft.A.P' 5 OrJeans. Irish Potatoes aiul Onion -D,> "In I respect by the enemy, who is at last facia and personages from his own actual man to hold his tongue."

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A tongue fatal
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[From the Charleston Mercury.] [from the North American and U. S. Gazette.] [From the Tallahassee Sentinel.] and resist. I friendship to the Administration the United States. I is as good as concluded Jt..UIA AND PENSACOLA RA1LIIOAD.)
THE BARNHUKXERS AND THE MR. WILMOT AND THE UNION. TIE DUTY OF WHIGS. consist only in an unthinking and indiscriminate so far, at least, as the former Govern A bill has been introduced in the Ala-
"HUNKERS.11: :: We mentioned yesterday that a "grand We find in the Richmond Whig, theNational support of whatever measures it ment is concerned."-IV. O. Com. Times. bama. Legislature, to charter a Rail Road

When the President asked) the appropriation row" had taken place between the member Inlellige'nccr, and other Whig may propose| then we are not its friends. -- -- -- -- ..-------- from Pensacol.i; to Eufaula,
of three millions of dollars to enable l from Bradford, the Washington Union, and prints of the highest character, words of We are rot enlisted upon any such terms. I I I designed to in.
him to conclude, at an early day, a treaty of Mr. Buchanan. Of the manner in which warning and exhortation addressed to the No such obligations fetter our position.We UO t I tj-atiii l 1 lDVBl'fISER.! tersect with the South-'Vester Georgia

peace and limits with Mexico, it was well this quarrel commenced we have already Whigs: throughout the Union, in view of cliira the right to approve anc to con --.- -------- --- Hail HO d. It is said the bill will not pass.
known that his purpose was to obtain the spoken, and] further( particulars may be the :approaching National Convention. demnto support what we right andto AFALACIIICCLA, THURSDAY, rrB. 24, 1848.(
cession Mexico to the United Stales of found of They nothing however than the what we think and if it CUSTOM Horse,Apalachicnla,t
by in the letter our correspondent are more oppise wrong ; --- ------------ ------ -- ---------------- -
the departments of New Mexico and the Independent," which should have been customary burden of all parly prints, on so plese the Union, we shall continue to ex- cc- The following gentlemen are i1. EDITOR: February 16,1SI9. S
Californias. This was, subsequently avowed published yesterday, but which, owing to the eve of some decided National demon! erciselhat right, its frowns and denuncia- auth"rizrr
Agents/ for the COMMERCIAL AnvEirisF.Rand willreceive Sir :
Observing "
by the Chairman: of the Committee on Cave Johnson's ,admirable supeiiutcndencn stration. We are besought to withhold all tions o the contrary notwithstanding. a notice in the Xanlical -
Foreign Relations in the Senate, speaking of the Post Office)l only reached us in time undue agitation about men-to be preparedto Wesay again we think the true issue in- and receipt for subscriptions, or advertisements Magazine J ," published by Simpkin.; Marshall -

as the organ of the Cabinet. At that time for to clay.I yield as well as lake-lo keep in view volvcilin the present conduct of the war. is :- t,Co., London, of the Light
the Wilmot Proviso was the means by I Of the spirit in which controversy has the leading principles au-1 l objects of :he the destruction of ihe National Independence Major'\ : \\.CiiF.EVF.ilq.HAUOMAX.( ] ,;.\1':1)a.. in our district, inserted at the House
which the North sought to exclude the) I sides for it what Jcc. This if Mexico. Whatever be the intent .LH'I request of
been conducted on all is party, is well : but were we in a may JAS. J. Fa. Jos.
UI.IVfl t'c. Cornforth Master
Sooth; from common and! equal participation the mathematicians call a triangular, and the position to gain the car of either of those or design of the Administration (: nd if -------- -Talaha----. -! ----- of the Br. ship Can-
in such territory as might be acquired, and conveyancers r. iripatite' fight-no idea, no intelligent and patriotic prints, we would Mr. fcevier speaks by authority, we arc glad ----- - ---- --- -- -- ges, now lying in this port, I would beg

_ the Legislatures: of eleven States instructed sufficient idea at least, can be formed, ex- demand of them, in all earnestness and sincerity 10 set that it repudiates such design,) ihe FOR PlftKSIDENT, leave, through the medium of your paper
their Senators to insist on that Proviso. N. cept by those;; who will take the trouble to if there is not a yet higher duly of inevitable tendency! ,and result of its !plan! for ZACHARY YI to state that since the publication of the
York was one of them, aud her mandate rl"lIllhe, articles j in, the Union and Pcnnsyl- Whigs--a duly, which to all appearances the prosecution of the war is to destroy the rrl\ OIl October number of the
Mras enforced in a phuMble.! but most ntfen- r.in'mn, alleged to be written by, or prepared is likely to be ovcruolCd1 Consider the separate, existence of that weak and dislractec h "Magazine" the
sive, speech by ?;\1 r. Dix.i The subsequent' under the direction of, Mr. Buchanan present Republic-drifting !. cuintry. The President's plan is to occupy CHAXCi; Foil)I PJMNTLUS.: old tower on Dog Island has been taken
schisms in the ranks of her Democracy, and himself-articles in which Mr. Wilmot was on the tide of the wildest( popular impulses, it and hold) it in military subjection by It will be seen by an advertisement! in down, and that there is only one Light

the ostensible i issue on which it arose led most unceremoniously thrust out of the or impelled by the strong; all of the Exec- an overwhelming force, until we extort from to-day's paper, that the Commercial Advertiser" House there now, the lantern of which is
us to look with inters .t to the proceedings! party-and the speech which the latter has utive, we know not whither-with every 11 a satisfactory peace. The longer we keepour above
is for sale. To a practical printer sixty-five feet the level of the
of the late ConventinnatAlbanyVcwero made; in reply to these articles. light of past wisdom lost sight of-consider grasp upon the central parts of Mexico, sea. I
assured by some that however false and Until within the last few months, it will the dark, impenetrable, and portentous future the more reluctant will our people become a good chance is offered of making a safe is a re\'oh'int light, in latitude 29d. 4Gm.
traitorous the mere politicians; might h... the be remembered that Mt. Wilmot was an and tell us whether it is not theirs_ to relax their hold upon it. Day by day, and profitable investment, at a price so lowas 'Os., longitude! fi-Jd. 38m. 9s.
people of the North wet true and faithful especial f.l\oritl of Washington Union.At (/ui/ of the great Whig (par to place itself their demands become and will become to render the purchase a bargain. The two new Light Houses spoken of in
to the Constitution. The fictions: into die time when he stood alone in the in such a position, as will bring lo its aid, more exacting and exhorbitaiu. The signs the Maga/.ine" arc now being built.
which the Democratic puty: of New Voikis dclrga ion from this State in upholding the or rather to the rescue of the country the. of this growing feeling are all around us. The River is now in naviable or- The
; divided have accepted the designations of anti- E'imnsylvauian. 7'ariffof'.16, the Union whole conservative mind of the nation; 1 Is In the Senate House, in the columns of the] der, and boats are daily arriving with full one on Cape St. Bias will be ready for lighting -
Hunkers and Barnbnrneis. The latter, led called:: him I by the sweetest names, patted this proposition sound, or unsound ? Of Press, in the primary assemblies of the People loads of cotton. Judging from the rain in 1 the month of May next ; it will bea
hy 2i1 Ir. John Van Buren. sec rcd! from t tin him graciously on the back, and dandled what avail are your questions of mcie governmental the permanent subjugation of Mexico is stationary light, 75 feet above the of
Convention Ultra and in Conventionat I and itself is to be familiar and favorite which has (fell, :there will be no lack of Water le'e
mot over him with grotesque disgusting policy, when the fabric gelling a a topic. the sea, in latitude 29d. 37m. 44s. longiHide .
Herkimerto adopt) the Wilmot PrO\i..o.i I fondness. Subsequently] it hailed his re- in peril ? Will you busily 'apply the square, Our couutiymrn are beginning lo look with in the river again soon. 20m. 45s.
as the distinctive article, in their creed of election with a hip-hip-hurrah ; and ever and tin plummet t, (he varnish and the gilding complacency iieu| that, which, but a short. 8.11
the Democracy, which! had bern rejected since that time has made various dcmonsira- to tie interior, while the foundations lircsince, they too Id not contemplate/ PlilJIODICALS.BLACKWOOD'S 1: That on Cape St. George will be readyfor
at Utica by the Hunker) : The l Barnburners ions of affection for him. Within' I little are being sapped, and the very walls are out a shrinking and a rent I-ion. They are lMLZIl-The: January lighting during; the month of June next.

have since signalized; their hostility to while! however, owing;:, as J1 Wilmot tottering ? Is this the task of wisdom, o looking with tIle eyes of desire upon lIt number of this: valuable work is on our This also will be a stationary light, 75 feet
- the .South by their fiercest! t denunciations.! : shrewdly! suspects and boldly charges, to the prudence" or common sense ? Some years forbidden fruit, u'lile. the words of the curse able, received from the American Publishers above the level of the sea. Its .
position will
They have been thrust aside! from patty: illl'rfeJ mice of the Secretary of Stale, this ago when the ihen sensitive minds of the I arc dying away in their ears. The danger Leonard, Scott Co. Tlifsc gcntleneu -
supremacy, to which they had been lung same loving, cherishing, caressing, Union American people had become alarmed at I is slat (he plans of the Administration will \ be 4 miles= East of the (present Jihllouse
accustomed, and.) evengiown fat upon when rushes into the opposite{ extreme, and slapsits the rapid Progress of Executive encroachment : raise ali] evoke a spirit in the country which ]have effected an arrangement with the on Cape St. George, in 1ltitlcJe 29d.! 37m.i'5s. .
Mr. Van Buren wa superseded at the Baltimore former favorite in the face, calls him all IIi Whigs manifested their good. the Atlministratior itself will not be able (10 Messrs. Hladwoor. by which they become ., longitude ;.jl!'4m.
Convention by Mr.! Polk. They sols: of hall: names, and finally gives him sense in selecting Gen. Harrison, as their lay. .Mr.Polk! niP' mot: be the first magician he authorized publishers in this country uf .The Light House at St. Joseph's '
were not crushed, nor even humbled, by I xitico that if he docs not mewl his) manners, slalllarl.bearer-a man liable to no per- I that has conjured up a ghost he could not the Magazine. point
,
is taken down! and
that defeat. They ate struggling: : ; as Iiatc: : he 1'hIIJe: kicked) out of all decent Demo- sonal objections Ban who had not excited himself control Every day that we hold already) the one r1on
UNION 2t1.-to.tztv-Mrs.
done all oveithrown dynasties! with I the society. :against; himself, as a piominent actor Metico in its present state of utter pioslra- IirII.dIhf: St. (; orse"s Island, at ihe f'llralife. will le,
energy and courage of desperation; : to seize Now, Mr. DavidVilmot, having been in a long, course of public life, \'i.lelt. implacable lior and helplessness, we pamper thai lust Editress of the above woik. i is "knnwnlo; (noun as either of those now building are
their lost sceptie. Their ambition seeks afar born, as he himself informs us, in the year combined, ale powerful enmities. of territory which is already the predotni- a mo" as the authoress of "A. New Home, re.idy fur lighting.
wider and higher: sway than ii is admitted of grace 181-1-that year in which Mr. The result attested the prudence of the se- unit passion of our people, and which, like Who'll! Follow ?i" and several other WOk: ; Yi.tir's
by the local politics of a !single Slate. If nllchan:1! : : making furious assaults upon lection. The conservative mind of the the green-eyed monster: sloth make the Respectfully,
of merit. The Magazine, under her con-
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they cannot dictate the President to the the democratic party, and denouncing country rallied to his support. Four years inoit it feeds! on. The sentiment of Mr. :lJ.i. llrctur.
Democratic party, they will secede, and lames Madison: and the war-has in him after, will a different i policy'' we met with a Cass that .we can swallow Mexico whole tlll!, is worthy .f patronage. The; ihhit,,:ratings [From Hie ('h'irieston Courier]
form, upon some novel foimula, the nucleus ,ole spice of belligerency, and being thus ( fle.; The largest pure parly vote without being any the worse of it," and the are on : libcril and cloautscale.! f.aicr fro ssi Europe.liriVAl .
of a Northern paity: thus to IK acquirethat assailed, turns upon those who have assaulted was poled for :Ir. Clay, that ever one man re"luliol: of 2i1 r. Hannrgan, that it is within/ SOL TllIfN LiTr.r.Ar.Y: Msslsorr.-Tdiis: : 't, OF TIn: 11,1:1N1.1-1\IPIlO-( : : :
domination and that coutiol over the him ; and what with a blow in Father's nr probably will receive, in this ihe constitutional competency of the goverrtnent Southern Periodical has been much improved I VK!> :TA'Ii 1: nil'> J.NV.LY\L; .
Presidency which they lost in the disaster of Ritchie's face, and half a dozen ponderous cnumry.! But it could not elect him. Now, to hold Mexico as a province or of late, iit.drr the management of its Ye.-terrl.iy. ;.bonf twelve o'clock. our correspondent
1644. thumps on Mr. Buchanan's thorax, and I in view of past cxpclirlce-in view of the leritorial appendage, of these: United States, : at i Baltimore: forwarded us des-
Having prevented the adoption.! of the short kick at the JoJisJItanial, he shows present condition of the country, what are calculated: to marshal the people in thc new Editor Mr. TIIII Hl. I i is coming part h, iit;: the site of the Common:market
Wilmot Proviso at Utica, we we.re taujht: himself be a regular r. au professor should we dy ? Can there be a reasonable wy in which they are but too prone to go. up again: to what it was when{ conducted by- in Linqllf up to the time of the sailing
by a portion of the Southern press: lo expect of the noble art of self defence. Ritchie, doubt ? Arc we stronger now, am] more Tic whole or none will snow be the prevailing Mr. While, aided by E. A. Poe. I de- of Iha [liJeria. which are inserted
the sympathy. if not the aid, of the with both his eyes blackened, sets up an united, than in 18-J? Is the condition of seitiment, unless ? define at once 1dwtlce at. the hands of below.
Hunkers in defeating !lie rank: incendiaiistn! impotent howl ; Buchanan rolls groaning in the country now less perilous ihan it. 1839, cldm, and lake id tat ice men to hold ; and serves peculiar support E They present a more favorable
of Preston Kin and John Van Buren.-- the dust ; and _the Pennsylvania! shakingis and i is there less need of the united action therefore it is, we say, that the plan of the Southern men, and we trust will receive: the was exhibited at the lime of appearancethan the sailing,
'rhe address: of the Albany Convention i is fist and making months at every body, of the prudent and I patriotic people of the Piesident, which wants this definiteness and patronage| ; it deserves. mil the S.oar, Sand-! although: the quntafior.4'
garnished with epithets: : and teems with denunciations intimates that the first time it catches Wil couutiy ? '1el us what will he the consequences precision, which contemplates the occupa- Et:Ja:K'S HYDRAULICS.The I fonrilr for f.iir: Uplands; rennin at the same, figure
of the Barnburner But markin when its brothers it will tin of the whole of Mexico, without designating -
of
mot, big are along to tle nation another defeat of number of this curious and intrrr.-tiri ilis"seilation The Bank nf England has reduced the
what wise it rebukes those traitors" trounce him soundly. And so the affair the Whig party ? Is it the part of patriotism how much of it we seek or intend to rate of interest :to 4 per cent.
who would mar the Constitution and! de- stands: fur the present. to risk this consummation law k2ep, will surely and in the very nature of xvas" scot us list mail by irs! pub- lavri'oor..Ian. 23.Ve .

spoil the Democratic party : ]But trifling as it is, does not this exhibition light the lines, and to drive away strengththat things, lead !o the destruction of( the na IMirs, Messrs. Grccley! l\iMcEIralli.! The \ had, a flat and unsteady ; to
"They ruled the party for twenty./five show, beyond perIJenture. what the might avail to arrest this headlong career independence of Mexico. prest-nt niiinber is full of valuable as well as com ieenre the week with -male prices,;
years, and when they could rule no longer true scope and tendency'! democracy to destruction ? These are serious There i is another remark of the Union interesting matter.; bur (fur the lat three diys ant there has: been ;igiadnal
left it. because it refused to adopt the \V I- are ; and how utterly it debases those questions for those to answer, who arc RO \llic1 we design lo notice at another time. iuiprovcmrrtt in the andpriers
mot Proviso ? It will best he defined! by who hind themselves to its hollow and hypocritical busily Gen. Taylor's7bi- nG }'nlt. TIII: PoPL1-\Ve ha\'f rest of t..maoll.
how its adherents questioning IUODKUN \ IIi ION OF "TIIL \\'ELL used i the first and second numbers of this ; -:lcril'.ll descriptions, !h\l giinied -
showing have sought to Do the
: : pretensions. not charges: gery, and applying rigid party tests ai this KNOWN: FAULT; :." steadiness. They are now fully as ]hit.li
apply the principle involved] in it. When which the Union anti Mr. \\Milo[ mutually! ) most momentous period in the nation's his- One sultry d.iy a wolf! of a pie.-idcot! and \or.! 1 is mdsomely! ;IIC'I up. and contains as mi Fridala t. [Holders! of Siimt a ll!
the bill known us the Three Million Dill prefer, prove that a par)' in which such tory. The next canvass, probably opens a 2 lamb of a general happened lo come at the a ;mindon:$.- Egyptian also firm, whilai fortrt-d sales are
was being discussed in the Houe( of Representatives can exist, is unworthy the confidence of unlimited! and
corruption career their thirst the
conquest usurpa- same time to quench: at Published by Lieber & Co. Philadelphia! being made in Pernambui.n and other sons
and which proposed to put at of an upright commuhil .Yon tion, when every proper attribute; and! object stn':11: of public opinion that ran turn! ling [ and the market for Brazils: is fully !Jd. lower.
the disposal of the President in' lo are the wretched tool of intriguing of is he lost of b.'I: Pet ;
iney a designing our government to sight in down upon the side of a lock mountain. CI 111. anti our quotations are alllsr'IHm n"l.
enable him lo negotiate;; a ttcn'y of peace cold-blooded politician, 'IJ makes the mad p.ission;; for military fame and territorial The president stood upon ) higher : JIIHTJX-: -- (;-COXYE.\-: Exporter have: taken 500 bales of Ameri
with territorial indemnity, )Jr.VIIIIHJI use of your official position to promote{ his aggrandizement ; or will restore us ground, and the general at some distance I',1CH.\ :Lf;(JKNni.'AL: ; can. Speculators; : nothing.Ltvrr.rooi..
offered, as an :amendment to it, a proviso own selfish ends," says: Mr. Wilmot to again to time arts, the prosperity', the safetyof from him, down the current. However, the A call has: been made for a Democratic .. Jan. 29.
that slavery should be forever excluded! Father Ritchie ; to which the: government peace. The real, the important question ;- President having a mind to pick a quarto! Mass: Meeting, to send Delegates to the COTTON.-The demand! is good!, .llllhell l
from the territory to be acquired under such editor replies, that the accusation is nothing is who will tally ihe greatest siicngih with him, asked !him what he meant I disluibing Madison Convention select candidatesfor I ha< been an advance, of j/l. nit the lower
treaty. but the foul-moulhfd] malignity of a to stay and turn the torrent of war and conquest the water of public opinion b)writing : to and middling qualities of '! Nchange I
"The principle! then, 5 i.*, they propose as young disor anizr." 'You arc a dotard," -who, at this nick of time, this very tellers, and making it so muddy that hecould Governor and Reptesentativc to Con- has taken pl.u- in the CIawt.. New
an end to exclude slavery from the territory cries the member from Bradford : we defy crisis of our fate, before the public taste is not drink, and ,at the same time demanded gitss. Orl'-ans and Mobile.: Sea I MaudGeorgia.f ; .
that may be acquired from Mexico ; and as. your malice"shouts( the ancient Virginian : thoroughly perverted, and the hearts of lie satisfaction. The general, ami.zed The call for the )Madison Convention, arc quoted at 7. :i Id d.! ; stained! do a' Ii.
... the means ptcviuits law of Congiess' prohibiting (jcn. Jackson asserted) that Ritchie was people are turned to war, will most him in .
wholly at this threatening chargftold a which has been put forth in Middle Florida, ( Cpl'nds. flr -IJi!.; New Oilcans, ;\l; a
1.#: its intiotJnciion. It is conceded! by the greatest scoundrel in America," Insiststhe unto a wholcsom! public sentiment in'f Ivor tone as mild J as possible, thai with humble-! Gd.; 3, ,,], 4 Owl -I j.SE'OND .
by them, it i is well settled law, that without exasperatedVilmot, : we have "been of Peace. submission he could not conceive ,how tlia .proposes" that Electors: for President shall be : .
any action on the part of our Government inured to the vituperation of violent factionists could be since the water which he drank (h05c'l I the Contention. If chosen, the MIS .
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3lll vert' wou UtAIIIIIICU MIJIII SltUIJ trrtm- and traitorous profligates, shrieks the [From the! CIi irleston News ] ran down from the president to the general Electors,, of: course, will stand pledged to .\ 9 o'clock last t\nin: the Telegraphic :
tory by the laws of Mexico: which would bet now desperate Ritchie forgetting in his Tin: Vv'ArfiiiNGTON-JNION; '; AND OU and, therefore, could not be disturbed so far support the nominee of the Baltimore Convention pen again gave; note that we wt re
the law of the territory, when annexed, until phrcnv.y that he is slandering the memoryof :ELYE:. up the stream. Be that as it may, replies to receive further iiiteliigei.cp! all we were
changed. the greatest and hest; and desecrating I is our misfortune lo have fallen under the president, you have been publishing let- whether it may be Cass, Buchar.r.ii, ;!eased: tt I learn that on the 26ih January in
'[ his concession involves! the admission;; the shrine of I the popular idol. animadversions: of (lie official organ at ters, and I have been told that you la\'c Dallas, I any o one else. Now, as we know I It'lllll, there Wlo a general :appearance ol
that their proposed end would be accomplished : \re wait with lively interest the further Washington. Meekness under rebuke may ireated me with ill language behind my that a large number of the People who have improvement in the money maAer. The
without using their means. It is an developments of this interesting quarrel ; very well become those who recognize the back. Upon my word, S the general, .1 hitherto acted) with the Democratic influx of spc'ciea.. large, and money. abundant.
admission! that entire abstinence from pulilical ali at more convenient leisure we shall examine authority of the hand or the toiigue; whichcliastenelh have done no such ly 11eresiJent, in favor of Gen. Tntlor par} Tlit re had been but tVw failures: ,, .
are for the Presidency I
agitation!; would secure the en-J which more in detail, some of the phases ; but ttr, who claim to exercise finding it to no purpose! lo argue any and,I those I of minor importance, caused: by ;
they deem sri vastly important. which it has already presented. the rights and privileges of an independent against truth fell into a great passion, swear i it may be well enough for them to the suspension of houses engaged in theIndi.i
M The Democratic patty and, its administration -- --------- prcsf, may at least be pardoned if we sometimes ing and foaming; at the mouth as if he had enquire; before they send Delegates: to the I trade.I I!
have also an end which they consider BRITISH INDIA.-British dominion in India venture to form and express an opinion been mad, and drawing near to the general, Madison Convention, who the Delegates The[ following! t {particulars ars given of the :
of momentous importance, to he accomplishment may now be said to comprise a territoryiluctuating upon political mailers, without first takingour "Sirrah, says he, if il was not you it was chosen will vote for for the Presidency! state HI the: market fur Breadstuffs : !
of which they have devoted between, if it cannot be admitted cue either from the U\'t'rmell or its General Gaines that published the loiter, I }: Jan. 25.-Wheat has declined 1
all their energies. That cnd is the acquisition virtually to comprehend, an expanse of monh.pice!! We have not( before our eyes and that is all one to me." So he seized otherwise they (the friends of Taylor) mav : cent Flour is.scarce, holders at late i
of territory from :Mexico) treaty, not surface varying from ,552,000 to 12),OOO any ft ars of political excommunication ; arid : the poor innocent general and tried to tear be made to aid in depriving him of the vote prices. Corn and Meal dull and unchanc.l. ;:; ],
for the sake of acquisition, but as the only square miles ; with a population alternating therefore that sort of liulum fulmcn whichis him to pieces and make a meal of him ; but, of Florida. Conventions arc d. gerous: bodies !
possible indemnity and satisfaction attain between I the extremes of 83,000,000 and such a favorilt resort, in certain quarters:, I whilst endeavoring to do so, discovered that to meddle with. Ten chances lo LlnnlOnL.: .Jan. 29.-Wheat declined 2els. i
one
able. The end we propose is the aequisi- 134,000,00Cofhuuransouls. Surrounded by fo the purpose of whipping in or culling; instead of :i lamb, the wolf got hold of a .; Carolina lice[ Id to 22 per cwr.
lion of territory-the end they propose, is ihe extensive and fertile countries of China off refractory members of iho party, had bear which happened to have a lamb's skin i if they express the views of the People. LIVERPOOL, Jan. 29.-Corn Meal: 14s.
the excluson of slavery from such: tcrritoiy.We Burmali. Siam, Persia, Arabia, and the better be kept in reserve for those more over his head but will perhaps tear the And in this connection, we take occasion to Gd.( per 19G Ibs.-.market dull Best Western
make no i issue with them on their proposed Easter Archipelago it maybe, described as likely to quail under its terrors. For ourselves wolf to pieces before the ides of Novemberwho say, that we believe it is .the settled determination Flour 2 h. Indi.1 Corn 3s.
end. Our issue is as to their means!, comprising some of the lichest and most we can live and breathe even under knows ? of the Whigs of Florida Losrwx, Jan. :21.: -Corn has declined,
I as a
although entirely unnecessary; by their own sumptuous portions of the globe, terminated displeasure: of the Union. We shall leave President Polk to draw body. except best, to 28s. Gd. a 29- r
admission for (he accomplishment of their by a seacoait; of 1500 miles, indented But to the matter in hand. The Union the application to "the well known fable of m r j not to go into a National Convention.' If LONDON, Jan. 28.-\Vheat inactive-lu- I
..... end, are the most effectual that could be with various haibors, and an interior intersected takes umbrage at some views we }have j'.sup.-N. Herald. I.. any particular individuals ls get up meetings tIc imigniryur/ Flour. I
, devised to prevent us from accomplishingours. ; by the magnificent streams of the thought proper to express upon the plan of I and scud delegates to such a body, why they The Petersburg, Baltimore and Pi.iIadeJphi.i ,
It is well known and to none better Ganges, die Hrahmapootra, and the Indus.In the "
Administration in the further ) have do markets for Breadstuffs were unchang:
prosecution : a right to so, but it will be
linn to them, that the agitation of the ques- I climate, it is classed by tie latest authorities of the war with Mexico, which according 'Flu : PlO, PROSPECTS-The following'letter i p important ed. I
tion of within the Democratic falling under three divisionsviz. from one of our best informed sour that the Convention shall understand
slavery, as :
I party general to our notions, will inevitably (earl J lo (the
is fatal to its ascendancy. They are the Himmalch, the belt of the flat dismemberment or denationalization of the ces in Mexico, goes so far to confirm the .I what proportion those who send such Delegates GREAT Row ABOUT A Kiss.-Several of
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schooled in that truth." country extending from the Indus to the Mexican republic. I makes particular reference peace reports that were received by the bear to the whole number of Whigs, the Boston papers contain long reports of a o'
It is the means," and not tile" enrl," Brahmapootra. and Peninsula India. In to an article on the absorption of steamer New Orleans : j and we hope that if any State Convention is case before the Police Court of that city f
that divides them. They repudiate not the short, reaching as our Asiatic possessions Mexico, "which (it says) on the face of it VERA. CRUZ, Feb. 8, 1818. holden for that which seems to have raised a considerable
cod, but deem the means, subversive of the) do, from within six degrees of the equinoctial shows a spirit hostile to the Administration GKNTLKMEN: -The sam conveyance by purpose, that the persons excitement, having occurred at one of tbe
end. They would accomplish the end by ; line to the thurty-fifth degree of northern and its friends, and falsely declaring (declares which I addressed you having been detained composing it may favor the people with a fashionable boarding houses of that city. .d
other and more adroit means. Mr. Dickinson latitude, they may be easily perceivedto 1)) that the true issue involved in the until now, I am enabled to give you a I statement of the number of their respective Southern gentleman and his wife named
and Cass have suggested how the pur- possess a range from the temperature of present conduct of the war is the destruction later date, with news from the city to the 3d j Ii I constituents who let in primary assembliesand Bostock, boarding at Mrs. Powers's, i&Bowdoin
pose may effected ; and thus agitation:; the torrid, zone to the region of perpetualsnow. of the natural independence of Mexico, and inst. stating that peace had been signed, and I delegated lo them their street, charged a number of the
which might wake up the spirit of the \ The agricultural wealth of such a the people ought so to understand it at once!" to enable the Government at Queretaro to authority. police with an outrageous assault on him-
South shunned. Thus the Barnburners realm is of course of the grandest to be We have no extravagant professions of exist until such time as the approval comes cI:1: : The steamer Champion, which was There was :Christmas party at the boardinghouse
and the Hunkers take no issue with each conceived, comprehending all the demands friendship to make towards the Administration. from Washington, they have obtained a loan !! sunk lately, has been raised and after and during a game of blind-tnan's-
,
other as to the end but the means only.- of the vastest commerce that could be pro We leave that to those who stand to from Davidson, (Rothschild's agent,) of having bull'; Bostock kissed Mrs. Powers's daughter.
The first look to Con I'ess-the latter to f secuted. Yet what is the reason that such it in another and] more endearing relation.It one million of dollars-say 8100,000 cash, I undergone repairs, has.again taken her place Next day, Mrs. Powers raised a considerable -
the Mexicans and abolitionists at the ballot- rich and profuse elements have not attained may be said, however, without any sort and the remainder by instalments of 200- on the river, looking as fine as ever. The disturbance about it, which ended
box in ihe Territories. Denouncing the their rank in the markets of the world 1- of vain boasting, that we are among those 000 per month. This, it is presumed, to I friends of her Captain, Cadwalladcr, (and in Bostock reading : written statement of
end, and scouting and scorning alike (he [How is it that we import cotton from Amer- who pave Mr. Polk our good wishes, and be guarantied by the Americans, as other they are numerous) feel] gratified at his the matter to boarders, at the breakfast ta-
means of each, we must do the justice tosay ica ; wheat from various quarters of the something more, in the )late Presidential con wise I do not think Davidson would have suc- ble. He was then ordered to leave tbe
the Barnburners propose a policy more globe ; tallow, {flax, hemp, from Russia ; test, because we approved the principles given a d lar.Amongst cess in saving the Champion.NEW house immediately demanding time and
manly but the Hunkers one more adroit.If .- that we squabble about sugar from Uri, upon which he was understood to plant him- conditions for peace, it is LOAT. proper notice, the police were called in and
the South do not pale and cower in this when 1 India is the natural storehouse self in that canvass. But in so doing, we said that all the Californias are ceded, and We omitted to notice the arrival at our he was forcibly ejected from the house.

crisis; she may; defeat all the enemies of her empire for every raw product to be yieldedby had no idea either of surrendering our rightof that the Americans are to pay twenty mil wharves of the new steamer II. S. Smith, -
power and her peace. But one false step the bounteousness of nature ? The independent judgment upon public matters lions of dollars, at the rale of five millions THE RICHMOND TIMES AND COMPILE-
cow, and she is forever lost. trade of India with the whole world has or of committing ourselves to : whole- annually for four years : and also, that Uni- Capt. Freeman--built at Columbus, and -Mr. Cowardin, one of the Editors of this
been estimated at about 30,000,000 sterling sale and undistinguishing support of his ad ted States troops are to remain in the coun- owned by Mr. Win. S. Nell. The H. S. able Whig I paper I has disposed of his interest
FISHT.-Some traveller in Iowa has discovered annually. It may well be hoped to be ministration. His domestic policy lias generally try. Smith does credit to her builder, and in a new species of fish called the Ja- only in its infancy. I is, however, delightful met our approbation, and we have We are anxiously looking for news from she is a fine specimen of steam- pledged to the support of Gen. Taylor for
culator, which catches flies and insects by to reflect upon impetus which must given it a cordial support. His conduct off Washington in reply to the above reports. pearance boat architecture. the Presidehc). The Richmond Whig 1 /
: throwing water from his mouth. it is said i it naturally be given to it by the increase o the Mexican war we consider false in principle Another letter, from an equally reliable She brought down 1,002 press is now a complete unit, and its distinguished
seldom misses its aim at a distance of six her steam power and the introduction of and dangerous to the best interests of authority, says : There is every probability bales cotton on her last trip, and can carry, ability will be wielded in favor f
feet bringing down a fly by a single drop. railroads.-[London Times. the country-and we therefore repudiate of a speedy peace between Mexico and it is said, 1,200 bales. the cause Taylor and Reform.

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l'hGT of l'J.\Cl. the nuthorities I j illHjEIPEbLIECE. Hardware, Ship Chandlery Ac. --- ----
; 1'ItO **' iin existing; ; others have For Liverpool.
.rlII: b despatches from t morning, at 1 o'clock, Dr. THEOPIIJ- Subscribers have on hand for sale-
that a ;ilrrr failed to send he of TilE
;| deputies which THE
The f3Ct quota to T.rS lh.n.T: of Florida, formerly a resident of this superior Br. ship GANGES
aborted
mrnander-in-chief of our lorcesot they are entitled. It remains ciiy.-[ Com. -- Butts, Screws, Hinges, Corntorth, master
r 0 i therefore to : 15, inst. PORT OF AP.\.LACIIICOLA..Feh. 21. Handsaws rfpr having part of her
\\ Millsaws, Crosscut do Planes
(;Jovprnment at aeXlCrri'reJ nv. MsScargo
the be se(in whether, even I the Constitutional I -- engaged,will bavtdis1atch. For
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number of AE R RIVEIX[
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representatives can be obtained and
I COMMERCIAL.COTTON. Bitts, Rules, Bevels Broac'.
Pen- Squares, xes,
and Feb
21 CIIAS
J;S immediately for Mobile I to act on the propositions ; and from what -. Feb IS-Br ship Ganges Cornfortb, fm Liverpool Ship do, Collins do, Adze, Hatchets, Ham ROGERS & Co.
. a-ai" pwakened conjecture as to ,has occurred deem :- .-- I[ to C Uosers Ac Co. mers, Shutter For Liverpool. *
MjL bas f already we it quite like- Hangings, Blind doSteelyards,
* mIS'lon. Jr H stated very I .-Tbe Jdemand this week lias been Feb 19-Bng L Jones, Tyler, fm New York, Counter THE ship OCEAN
olect of his > ly that all who are opposed to will to A Scales, Platform do, Cotton do, Capt Brownell,
peace Dodge.Feb
e have reason to believe' moderate, with daily sales of a few hundred bales. Kitcncn .having: the principal of
"V ntly., and we keep away ; particularly, if thoy think there 21-Ship Canton, Packard, fm Baltimore. Ware, Table Cutlery, Shovel and part cargo en-
that the -cniclman re- Prices have ruled about the same as our quotationsof Tongs, Fire Irons, & _,.;agcd, and going on board will hare
'D\. ble authority, is any chance of the consummation of the Ship Marianna, Gill, fm New York, to A N .c. ,
1 rtJ canies with him a prrltmrnarJrreociti Saturday. Our river is again in good boating McKay Co. BLACKSMITHS' Bellows. Anvils, Sledges, puck dispatch. For freight of the remainder cruisa

signed by the Comp project. order, and the arrivals during the past two daysha't' Schr Monterey, Appleby. fm New Orleans. Hammers, Vices, Screwplates, Stocks and ) ?e apply to HARPER & 1I0t. IF .
of
'I'r. $ n the peace Mexican Government and] For these reasons the intelligence from j been quite large. Owing, hoeer.to: the Schr Washington Powell I fm New York. Dies, Tongs, Files, Rasps, ice. Feb 3 or CIIAS S T01IU 'O-.
"rs Mexico relative to the negotiations for Feb 22-Schr Eliza Hull Tuthiie IRON
fm Swceds
a New assorted
and American, ,
English
"1Tr! and] approved J I Gen. Scon.v unfavorable. state of the weather, none of the late Orleans.Schr For IVew Vork. _
l. treaty, has; not greatly shaken our scepti- round,flolt and square, Band,I loop, Sheet and
j.n-to public' rumor, the propositions; ci m. None would receipt have been offered. The HiberniaV Cora, Wilkins, fm New Orleans. Bjiler Iron. Railroad THEfir.e fa-t sailing ship CONSTAL-
do Horseshoe
rejoice mOle Spike ,
lnhtcanarrnnSemen iuallespects. |I heartily accounts in full reached us via Columbus this Felt! 23-Ship Solon, IJarkuain, fin New York, Iron and LATION, Flitner rnoMer, will meet
; than ourselves Nails Cast Blister and
: at being undeceived( ; but, to I) Wood & Co. ELglish, with ,
Inttl. ble ilnJ iltifaclorJ 10 the rnitcdJDora i until we can rest our convictions on some- morning;, but as yet have produced no effect uponthe Schr Monl. Pierce, fm New Orleans. German Steel. apply to dispatch. Fcr freight t>r pa'age

i. nnd *l Iiidi I. wi" put us in po!!csslon, I tiling more tangible t than what is now apparent market. "We continue our previous quotations. Sieamer' Quincy, Allen, fm Cliattalioochee. PLOUGIIS-Sinlc I and Double Cornsbellera, Feb 21, IS I IS. A. DODGE.
"Iate in1entrity.J of Upper Steamer Southerner Oarrard, fm Columbus. CorninilK Lo chains, Trace do, Ox do,
a mall necnniary we must continue to doubt and dis- QlOT.1:5: Sieamer Albany. Griffin; fm Columbus. Shovels and For New Vork.
whole of the Spades, Weeding Hoc Garden
territory ,
t frDia aDd .the of the IdO Irande.he Uc I I eve. Inferior. ........ ... .. ... .. ... Steamer Lotus, Jones, Im Columbus. Laue and Grubbing Hoes. THE fine bark MARY & JANE.

braCed "ilhll1 for a the cpeedy 1111( seilk-nicnt: of ollrffieultit' CoMrLiMii.NT.vr.y: TO Mn.] POT.K.-Mr. (Middling ril. to ( .((.dOn..6. .............. "a a (61 i H Steamer Steamer Notion Viola Roland:McAllister,;fm Columbus., fin Columbus. CORDAGE Tar -Manilla and I Hemp, assorted, Pitch, .4.,.f dl f"litner, inoyter, will( have immediate
(!csire (Good \liddiiig..6 MoMid. Rosin, Coal Tar, Bright Varnish, Handspikes E= =& !?patch. FIT freigh or passage, having
a Steamer ;
the IVytona, Gret-r fm Columbus.
pub-
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I prevadcs Polk
I sviih Mf-Ni'0: having: actually suspended Gen. Scott Fair_..... ... .. .. .. .... ... ogx'ciir. Steamer II S Smith, Freeman fin Columbus. Blocks, Oars, &c. t-utlll accommcdatiuns, apply to
mind' so gironHy.' that men arc apt to put) and virtually suspended ( 'en. Taylor from .. .. .. .. .... .. ... ... ... il Steamer Charle ,lon. Phillip-, fm Columbus. CAS'TINGS-Suigar Kettles, Mills end Cauldrons -Fmrb2-1 I NOURSE.; STONE & C,.

ilh in almost, cveiy report that favors the I the command of their respective uimies inIoxico FKEIGUTS.-The rise in our river has induced Steamer Emily, Hall, f fin Columbus.CLEARED. Bakeoven, Spiders, Pots, Enameled For I\'e\v York.

', of such a consummation, and con- ."\l lcpect it recently occurred to SOIUP members masters to demand an advance in the rates coastwise Kettles, Tea: Kettles, &.c.TINWARE Till: packet brig, W L JOxr.s. Tytt"r

.I'OS ar? tooficquently j jumped at, oniremi I of Congress to test the voice of that which has been submitted to by shippers. -A full assortment. master, will have dispatch [for to above
u \\- I have I lioretofore! Feb IS-Brig Manhattan, Johnson for New Wholesale or retail. .
es, e body upon the IllatI er. :;L port. IVr freight ur applv to
cerlain! ; the foundation Accordingly a vole I Three vessels have been taken to-day, a Ship and York, by Noure, Stone & Co. ROBERT*, ALLEN & Co. Ft.h 2-1 pas-sage
doubt] as to I of thanks A !I1O1)GE.Foi
t?recseJ some touchin, lhe I was proposed to he accompanied : Harque for New York and a Barque for Boston Brig Metamora, Grant, fur N York, by Noursc, Apalachicola, Jan. 20, IS IS.
juniors afloat f] ;: by a cold medal to each. Stone Ac -
in Co. AcuVork.
:the \uious: Only one man l at Jc. Foreign rates remain unchanged.QUOTATIONS .
''otialion ola treaty ; ami thoush it \% ()ud! the House of Representatives had the hardihood al Feb 21-Schr Ira liiiss:i Ilawe, for New York. POTATOES I bbls. ; Turnips-.V) bbls.; TilE splendid: I fut- ;uhng ship! FLODIAXWl.iltcinoremasterwill -

,lIe ;inte1Iiece brought by Iheeamcr to the : Feb 2:$-Schr Le Roy, Bedell, for New York, .; Beets-50 bbls; h itt|
I elr (ro/l1 J oppose} icsolution and support To Liverpool i .... .... .... .' .. 9lGd. by A Dodge. I'.lrsnitH-5 bbls.! for sale by have
: .Y(' Orleans, that some action I I :Mr. Polk. That man was Giddings of OUio.We To New York . .... ... ... ...1 ic- Feb 21-Dark John Urower, Tolford, for Boston, Dee 3.) B ELLISON :.'Iispatchi toy the al o\e ((rt. For freightor
of had I been I ... . .. .. .. _. & Co. pasjase, having: superior accGtimciKtiuii .
DJln ,? the return peace are truly glad that lie has been finally 1 o Boston . |c. by D Wood V Co -- -. apply
d to think i I - .- ----- ---------- -- .- Bark Florence Woodward for to the ma>tt r, or to
Lt'D ill )Iexice, \\e arc IlIcltn.t kicked] off ftoin the Whig party, and that ---- Boston, by D 15 OnJUST ( olJnnwnt..
be {lounJ in the Lat Wood Ac Co. Ieb 17 XOIT.SE, STONE & Co.
at this cJesiJeratum111 I hfncefoith! : he is to he icgarded; as t the embodiment COTTON fTATEMENT. received on consignment _-------- -
' __year.kliihiand (/ Se.rsrs: Celebradsid For fivw
.Jasieniotcasfvcr.i of Polkcry in the House of llepiescniatives. : LIST OF X'KSSLLS IN PORT. YorkiTHE
lia( treatY of peace has really been nc;o'ed .-Journal and Jlcsscngcr. S-: ept 1, f37.- ..;jt 9: 10,000( ( Caxadore, Esmero," la-t SJiling coppered bark CUMEKLAXl -
Hl'ct'i\'ed .. ... slurs. i 0 dozen Resrve Mnderia .
1'astdavs. )
at "ce' that !"f' of'h"rtif's IIiscucfc.Kjstcr, wantsSOO
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, it aiTrtieut .. Solon Buckmm ton.fm
is >JO New York, wait- "
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Port .
bales
-B-1. "Regina" : lo
l'rc\ioulv. ler
to thai treaty, was not leprrsnited Iiy "I ASK :>0 J'cnn SlIUINK FROM -NO ..... .- 71990ExpoIed (I ins-1> Wood te Co. f3" complete cargo. For frelhtot" -

\If ,indi\'i.Jna1. properly; a iii hioii'.id to art.hewmaiission I 1.ES1'OtilZ11.1TV.-St1rht is the language of past 3 dys.. .... . 31 OI7 Canton, 1'mckartl115 ton, fm Baltimore, wait- 10 Tomafo Cherry: Cordial Catsun., Feb which l'', or passage, apply| to
: I'ODT.E.
Iater. A
of Mi. 'I'ri"t lormally end- G ee. Tnh; lo 21r. Polk.! It is the language prc\ioulv.......1 ins- For salehIIcC.LLA
arianna Gill.! S.'iO fm & ROMAIN
ton, New York, waiting ,
30.)16n
, sometimes I;O. *nd l may: be said to have of:, I Hero I as well as of ;a state man. 210:- A N McKay & Co. Dec 2ItiII 9 ColumbiH Block. For no tolJ.

'njffd, from ill* monwM that; inforinaiimi I It is n .PaI I. (roin the t true, nld-f.ishioncd] ; 0 nd and on slupboardnot cleared Ganges, (enr ) ('ornfortli, 723 tons, for Liverpool, THE fine fast-sailin; bark GLEAiNER -

his titisufC-' !fnl rJl'tit: tiliatnnsiliHin hrh: a't' !: IW- 1iut nnd steel character, of 'iG.! It is the -- -= =- -_ :- -212174 loaJing-C Boners & Co. Thompson's Compound Syrup orTar ..s. Smith, niaterviIt meet with dit-
.- .= :.: .- =Diadem, Tucker T o7 tons, for Marseilles, load- and ,pat -h. For nlv to
Wood ( applv
lhat IniN.wi dt IVaptha passage
'he anniMir 1II1.wll oi I Ii,
: : one w If j e 1 hal is too big to be EZFOIiTS OF COTTON FROM APALACHICOLA ill ,

t hattles ol' < 'huril'Ji-co and i'lmiw-i itit4 i-. i tz.11111 lit (11.\' the piiimy politicians at \\":1shil C mmencing 1st September, 1S47-and same Liberty,?Pratt- Wright., G-9 ton, for Liverpool loading- FOR the cure of consumption, chronic, bron- Feb 21 D B WOOD'S. Co.
i
.! the 1i-rtinienl ;at \\"-. .)hint*:: ItsJi'Iifsst j jof ; t1i. li.d"vd II\,,: enJiie, letter is a most time in 1SSG. J K Dodge. of the t j / a-thnu. w !hoiking i i cough, palpitation For Ilostoii.

(', .40nt.hlie e1u"- -1I"1I"11. i)Ir4 {fi urf'. J"f'UI IilId.! i pi,!ol.lJ\! iflttb ci. I In style: and - Pat rreiWITIEr I i:;; Burlington.1 M i Cook., 3C3 tens, for Tri( le, loading. the kidnevs heart,,for liver sale complaints bv and aficctions of TilE fine iW-t sailing ship MACEDONIA -
I \ ; Wnd.t.
jethrr the Ijr"'tletI' "ill ('m .i.I"'r "i t.ehlttiex I !1'TlliJH'IJ: it inimitable.; A gentleman inI F.xroRTEn. ((3.: dar.oU.ly.TorA! / '. /:e3 on I Iiverpool Ocean. Brownell, 3Gfi; ton?, for Liverpool load- Feb 3 J C ALLEN. _JtJT.J., Jack, matcr.111 meet with imrnedi.ite -

the : t cfttnt1iontl. ; oMic'iUnn!: I Il1otice I V rihii.: ; ;II1 tyming t i; to I the Kdiior! of the i J L I ... ........ -.)"t 1' 1' isis-Harder! &; J f.!rill's and C S Tcnilmson. -- -- di-patch. For on deck freight; .

t fli arr 1J t.nt".1 i u"1'tel' 'Ii h i'III'' 1 UirhmoVhi2! in reg.nd to the tffict }Havre I ........ ... .... .. I..U. ..1..V"t Urgent. Boser: d'22 ton, for Liverpool, loading Thoiiisoniaii IUel1icincs, or issjgeapi'lv to
'iimmtssitiinMs. l Ie'IJ wIII"aalla the \ itit/t .. ... .... ... .1.. ..... j. ...'. . W A A; P C Kain. received and for sale by Ftb 3 D E WOOD & Co.
( Ilnttocf I by leitrr t in lie I House I JUST
lxiCllI' .. t says : l'rit.le.] .. .....1. ...1. .S19 I'. ..S49.not ... IesseBr., ) Oliver. 679 ton, for Liverpool, load 3 J. C. ALLEN.Sivayn .
, a-iilisirn*' has I.M-: ,i i'"f' t.f>tiiMir- 1: \\10 j ,'a"! ajniiUi :1Ie] dc 'pct anxiety ( .... .... .. ,. . ..' .... /. . . ; ing-Hill; T>aw cn A: (0. For lialtimorc.

i 131 HI rail. :;.,1 \11\1 hu-!..rn jcrrmpoj tycillf \ :and invst pjoJoiMid' 'it! IICf'. ThecllVct proi Oth.rporls..I. .1..1. . ./. ... Floridian, Whitirmore143 tons. for New York A- WistarNCOMPOUND THE fast-sailing brig LEONORA,

l. Mr. TiM. in hi* 1'! ---en1 poihm.ico t; (lIu'rd upon ihe j House I v.assurh: as I never Total to For. Ports.I.i::j..fJi;. .G4f)7J.!.(( 4Jrton leading-Noirc, Stone A: Co. / Syrup of Wild Cherry, just received -_ .' Mancuiel! master, will have immediate
Constellation, Flitner, 276 ions for New York dispatch for the above port. For freight
inure iich ><, hold ciuitVrcnrrs.; Tsndtni5 : before \ itl1f'.of.1. The members crowded X ev .5S1 .6651t..637,- \J and for sale by
l r.4
">e"'ii''i"5( f,r |>e'tce uih I he lue) in i- ttolUJd t''.( Hcik's tIe! lo hear it. At its ': .... ... ..,. .1966) .29!H!N ...trJoPw'idn ,I" ) loading,-Jack;A Dodgf.Macedonian 41 1 tons, for Boston, loading Fc-bl7_II F ABELL. or Feb po-tsjiro 17 apply to NOURSL.the master,STONE or to & Co.

iluu st-I) flu* ''Idu't'li ,ht'lc c .. ... ,.. .. .19' l'. .
OiivenmienU i- jiosse: by r ; ; wits :an I involuntary; c.xprcsiijiiKiiy i' ; .1G -D B; Wood A; Co. S 1111 0-
!
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niblei olii.-r in the :r'l.:' ; an.i 5 hi> f'Hn-j -i l4,n .jf tiiutr.j-.h ;and joy. i hat ovcru.ill he iIIfld 1.IIII.lphi.I.1 p. ijMimin-.. ;!;...I 7)! ._. .720....11':']) nAaQT.ES.Dauntless SCOTCH and Macahoy, in bottles and blad- J. SPILXCE,

,ctI; iiuil.e any r'i''tui4 lI.bll : :I (;('11. la.:. tor's foes v. i iih mOl I tiication: NVw << )rl I I>. ....', -340)):, .:>,40( I. ..7315Utliir (Br.) Johnson. WJ Ion, frn Liverp ocivaimingW received and for sale by WATCH AND CLOCK MAKER

'i'1\1"dalaIt1e'. and -4t14'l ihf'r tir.jisMifinhle: and disltl:. .. Fifteen t ihoi ar.d {-xti a copies I ports I I. :i ... .12o2 A Ac P C Kain. Feb 17 H F BELL-- 44-r'r. Second Story Baltzell's Building)
I .1. Cumberland, (Br.) Powers, 411))2 ton fm Li'crpl'ol. .1,
tt'duf. In..n'r.of'h, ; ; hjc te'l: ) omf' were on'cn'd! to be piinted.: !:'-tit. Total, Coa-wisp.. .;.2fl.1j,7 .1 jh.! Ni1 wallin.T Day A; Co. Sarsaparilla.BULL'S (Entrance onX. Chf'ltn1't'5t )

mifli iitt' to l ht; the i';.'tit. Nor dos item > --- -- ,'! -1-.'.... '--1--.21 j:016 1fOl.Lr..u.r.o :IadonnatilchI, .1 '9) tons, fm Pcrflind! waiting Sand's, Ihistots and! Bailey's com _- _.j- t- _\P.\I.\CHICOI\'A.

t n us that the (.,e is beticfed by ilie: WKST ('ixT \.I'iHlc\TJo.-In: some reirr.rks -- I -M-icter.I fluid extract of Sars:.panlld, just received B. Watches Clocks and Jewelry carefully

'tour.is9nvnt and :11'P'tI It: illt wl.ich the! 111:1 1 I.- ip reply to n complimentary: ad- P.\ -.-EXGEHS. -- -- Sarah Sheaf. Sands. 401 ton, for Liverpool l, load- and for sale bv repaired. October :11 l. 1lT- .

mmiainVr-JM! chii'f isrcj-n'cd; to ]1IvtIiC: tr"s al OMJCOI.I!h. New Hamp-hiir. nn t th157ih : Per ing-J Day) Ac Co. Feb 17 H F ABELL. '.
ftem"r
Q'Jinc.C.Cmry.. S W P.itter- Gleaner.niitIu.2S9! ton?, for Boston, loading-D DEW
i eilonthf exertions of the ex .funci"iny:: ;; 1:11.j'u.. Pierce paid the following: -nn, WV 'Ill'/\er, Dr Lofkhart. X L Cloud, \\' Wood Ac Co Dr. "00(1 DROP,

ire wearc not -ware ih.it ''iih r : lOci'Jent I I 'xplit it tiJbu1 to 1 she rminrr.t. utility ol t the :S tre- orr, Capt SaudV, Willi Alice Frazier. Trott.-106( tons, for New York, load ruff'sii1tibiliioIlS ep-

the nnniarv ;atJii'.tniPsesie i J in; Genvtu! .Mdnan: Ac.ii't'my: ;tl i \\ c ,1 Point : l'er fo1camcrp'1lo1chjc old-Col; .J IInc=, of Jadon. ;- ing-\\' A Ac P C Kain. etable Life Pills, '
? and a Bear tiiHVd with corn !11lII"!;!. Cumberland, Hicuok. SS5 for sale bv 4
New .
York m.
ton
'oil.. "ill :Jf'it'l ttlC? f..i-.jT*: color of 'Iu-I I. ( Cli. I Pit"c" ;iocded I lo s iv thai he Per SI"-tlllcr Notion-Mrs L;:phdUl, child and I loading-.\ Dot'g"' FOR. ) 8 J C ALLEN. I .

inty in his snnrtion.Ve: are at a lo-s to I had h to riMmct opinions )ho had formerly, cn- servant, Miss; Turner and sen ant. Mary Ac Jane, Flitncr, 316 ton, for New Yolk, .

nn-ive tiy what }pOi) of re.isonir.a. or tf'.tif"!: 2 ;'n'I mxprc.sel l in rez-ird tu theMiii Per steamer I'eytuJJa-Ir."r: Wakefield, Pepf.T loading-Nourse, Stone A: Co. Dr. Woodruff's Worm Specific, Cor. Commerce and Centre-Sir:

.Is..t ilJ\'f'.iIUIf'\ uf p""cr (;..taI St-nt: :I !; ry .\(';tdean' at \\T('I'ot Point. He \va.Ofl' ; Alien, Couch. r.rJG SAFE and! efficient remedy for worms, tor

ii 8SlIi1.t4ft Uiti the iV.urtiot.s <,f a \rrt. n ol n]>itiion that the Ciiy of l Me\ic RTMrri l'er steani'T: ;on.IVr A.mny-Wm: Gardner, A Young, Wm L Jones,Iodf.Trlpr, 220 tons, for X York, loading A sale by THE subscriber respectfully announces to his
-A *, and the Public! that he has opened
I'tI.1 a d 4I1i4ltIIdj'; ; and can und'rtll.f te. cuuld: nut Invc been titeiod in the way; it I Me.imer Lota;-M"' rs Wolf and Mc< ri. Leonora, Mnndniel, 191 ton. for n.timofeIoad- Fen 3 J ALLEN.. the above house, and solicits their Patronage.

in*"'r < u a liscHrtl'd C',tiiTii5-ssi< tior flf our wao Iw: :jlr the !(.inl'c and intellisuiitt inI Y.rvn.IVr IVr. fteamer II 'i Smith:! -Capt. Wheaton, J F ing-Noure. :tone '< Co. The Indians' Elixir. There will always be found at the bar a choice*

IffOwm"fH,, a riII'} :o in-ike; si.'atv supijl.j-, ;; : all'-iis (if t the o iCf'ruf I the old in-amrr (!'ncy-.IiS cotl,nt'\ J J Scott A CERTAIN remedy for chill and fever, forsjle selection of Liquors, Wines and Sears, and

t,*. if. nirler ih' oiictiin.tjuirrs. tb. .nlo'( ;u\l-II"I- fiomV"c>t Point. Services; !K .1 .Mi: s -s ai'l 2 fen'II.T; ( T H 1 ".-", II P T'r.in-, MARBLE YARD [ bv. Mine Host with his assistant, will pay strict at*

morej treatyuriMii slt4iald, cu'r ,.J'am iIi( ,'utif x\ere renden-d Iiy Ire nflicers of t ihe tllpn- t d!!:11I, J IJIlicksFP; Hdvwuod, C P.ird, J Bowl Feb 3 J ALLF.N.. tention to those that do (Dew) Drop in.

(if ml;' tl lie :lIlIllIlfitf'f: )1.i"tIl'l..e !ra.t'l; : : rimineeiB, and onlii.ince; which I : ,, '! L (J ( )wen, i) (.utbr.ii Ii. J I JL Church, J IX Co 1. ( )Inus. FRANK BY1XGTON..

.lllllftl\I', iirv; lie {'O"1I1i i,.1' tu ilI tlmIt 'iul: IVr : Il J by
Meaner lmJr-l / AI Lynch iJr if
I rali.lny. .'lr. I'olk may Mill *lil1.e tie! wui i.. 1 n r,-ivrthe] nit foiniilctc! 111-11// Catching, .1V Oliver, W MilL-r. *, of Cot 'lIH'', Ga., will remain sometime FOR :;;,j r.. ELUSOr.n. Feb.h1,113. 5-tf(

:li ectn.Itttui: iria1 :utnifl.! : thftt! the panics t iiry c."iu'u'; :,.ti. The force; of I ihe Amen -- in Apalachin.Li. lIe may be seen at the ----- -- --- ATHENI1TJMBowlizig

: RECEIPTS: warehouse now b'idin'4! for J. Day & Co. at alInflSt G roccries.i"Q .
it. ou the fi-le of the A'np,ieta. had uo ''.Ii; S Jjad hern ovi1 rr-tnl.: Only T.jCO tfciive FilOM THE INTEIIldK.isrt .
T)__. .<"- -. n. ['.i-M" ./,' ,._,__ .._.. .._ __1_ any hour in the day, and will receive orders BI5LS: Whiskey, 10 bblsw : 'To1.H"ei Saloon and BJIlfiardKooin.
: (" left 1'ucbl.t attack: a ._ ;
tlhKity to n'wtiMte ; ihM their. action ln> : !;lelt to a city uf ti u'J' IJdW {UIIIIII III I.n.- r.
en tiituitnal ami rittituuc ; and! l.iut.: -.(U.IO!; ) inhabitant-: : dclendetl! by o-j.OOU: ( of i & Young; 7 do lo I) 'T Uaney; G do t"'ylif' JIJ / t/ 1 titrce Rice, ju-t rec'd and for sale bv .
:' MeKeir/if>; ii do to T Proton; 6 do to S it J Mo:% uii ITS, Jan J JII
trcfiirc. lie is tint 'bound lo take any. oi1 'litlif.fl I troops; ever rniicd in Mexico! one SchinVr; 37 do, 3 [b.\s tobacco! to B S hawley; /> T0.1IB STONES, TIlE proprietor" of the "Athenaum Bowling

J c'ui7.lnc ef iu 'sulis.! !iundnd: pieces of cannon; awl the l finest c'o i 37 bale cotton to T Pre lon; 49 do. 3 bss lobarco SJ.AIIS Ar. "rllsses. has used every endeavor to make

\Vltvi1ifr he PiosidtJit of jhv Utiited I J f. i t it-mtim.ns ever raided i addition! to the l M \\' G Porter .V Co; 2 do to G \Willis. which he will furnish lower, than&C., -TULL'S superior single and double Trusses, the establishment an agreeable place of resort
Per HearneI' Southerner;) bales cotton to A they can be 1J_ for sale by and is thihkfullhat an ever discriminating pub-
ales ujll adopt this c-<)tir<>c retn ujs to be tiaturtd: defcnci-s of marshes ;ud! lr.Ue procured from the North.
N lic
.' McKay A Co; I'M! do to Lockhart Ac Young: GO) Feb 17 II F ABFLL. prove by liberal patronage their appreciationof
2J.Itou1j his dt i-' lur 'IPICP b. a.cere ; do to J hay) &: Co; 12 do 19V G Porter Ac Co; P. ADAMS.P. his desire to pleise. He wiM alway keep

. ayj anxious 1S it.11 rf a vist; in.jori- DENTON: OrrfT TIM; IJon n T.\MIR. H do to Sims A; Cheever: 2-5 do to Nours, Stone S. After leaving Apalachicola, the subscriber School 15ook, choice soitment of Liquor, and a

o(the |ieojle ; s1qiti: h.i thy This t-ioguLir personage, say.s a bite Nashville A; Co: 71 do to \\'ylieIdf'nzi.!; 57 do to orJ'r will promptly attend to all orders directed to FOR sale by beverages, of a sort to tickle the palate refreshing of Old

. prove as lionor.-ililc and ;\ \ttrrIl'S I.lf"'r, has,; heeu it) this city for several ; 23 bales dome-tics to Harper I A; Holmes. )him in Columbus: p. A. : 17 H F ABELL. Bacchus most fastidious sons ; arid Oysters,

7 ;ate saM to It 1'. it ii j'os iiileMlil -Iarcly! 4h;Iy, and of his wonderful! I skill I 1 1 in t the mnn- A Per N McKay steamer A: Co ApalarhicoU; 196 do to( I1' Wright bales cotton; 160 dom to February-21,-15--IS. C-3m* Vermifuge.WIXER'S cool and delicious, fresh from their native banks.

':that I fj. may overlook 1 he f'u:i it;u: agi'tiifnt and taming of horses hundreds I Hill, lt\vsi fc Co; C5 do to \Vm G Porter Music Music Music Canadian Vermifuge, for sale] by For a pleasant cornminslir.j rl exercise and

urnulity of tct' 'Irlf.t'n": ; ore rh".1"' can notify.A Co: 10 do to Lockhart Young; 1 do to order. Till I I E subscriber respectfully informs H F ABELL. amusement-tittle cum tlulee-there i is nothing
the Per steamer Notion-:346 lnls cotton to Hill, within; the circle of gymnastics to wilh
> 1UlrkfJ .IT'IIIS : few experiments that I saw with thecitizenc-fApalac1iicobthat he JLemoit compare
ciin'ointi mycuvn Syrup.
authority. Daw>on A; Co; 253 do to A XIclay A: Co; fc7 f i S ft a g-ime of ten-pins; but those preferring less-
InbiteJ by :)1r Trst. ind wotild! satisfy the nioj't irIcrod tiloits. iueuud4 to recommence teaching B RAY'S superior Leaion
submit [
: Ihe eyes do to C Roger? A: Co; 47 do to J Day A; Co. on J 'rup.just received active amusements, can always take harul.
a
Itie! ne;otjjittfln to th t' Sent fur it; :d.1 A t fe-v:mI.mvssfl1C.. i in front of the Union IVr: steamer Peytona-ISS bales cotton to A N I IlcKay. next Thursday, :7th instant, an evening clas I and for sale by ** Come one-come all." -

-emeu and iis cutwnt. It will i U1ti i C I IJ.dl. a l ..taii2 e antI wild hoi>e, I ihe properly : A; Co: 52S do to Lock halt A; Young; 8 do Those desirous of taking lessons on the 'J following Feb 17 H F ABELL.Saddlery JOHN B. JONES.

me n-t1) : I of JJr. Jlall I of (Jallatin to WjheA.: MeKenzie.Per instruments, Spanish Guitar, Flute, Violin,
rn.isnnuiuity
cliutf'r"stt.dlif'O! was presented to Ac. Apalachicola Dec. ;i*). S47.. 50-tf
Il'alll'rlbaIlY-333 bal s cotton to AeKay. N (Tenor or Alto Violin) and Violincello woulddo
''in Mr. Polk. 10 in'luce him u fnr..r-t tinhji.iiv ; h him :i< 'i tl jllIf; hi> skill nnd in less th-in ten \! $\ Co; 174 do to I Wright; 156 do to well to apply as early as possible, as they, can SADDLES, of various patterns and qualities, Ci dei.

, ofjercd] J to hint. liJjis once liv: rL'oifltnis minutes! lie made him as grnilc! as a dog.ihe Maclay A: Kmihrough; 117 do to Lockhart A; have the privilege selecting the hours which curb and Snaffle bit, BIlLS
for
i hid, him wberc Young 75 do to W\he A :leKonzie.Pt'r Saddle Bags, 50 Champagne, sale by
cr, and j to accopt as far as -*' following about \ er hewent. ; may suit their convenience. Dec
30
I Viola 425 bales D 1 Martingales and Whips for sale B ELLISON Co.
hnnlifsa I steamer cotton to by
The horse would
trtatv which will i have hem.anjej same not permit TERMS:-$10 for eight weeks of two lessons -
_ Wood A: Co; 202 do to I Wright; Gl do to A N WM. G. PORTER! & Co.
with otter ri .n':!fll of hi:, undotibstiil !I- an i umbrella to he hoisted over him, hut in McKay & Co; 25 do to .1 Day & Co. each week, the course to close on IGth March.- Doc 30 -11 Water street. Vinegar.A .

I trrtog4t4ve) power.. I the hil.J of Oll'ut I he soon became as l fa I i- Per steamer Lotus- 100 bales cotton to D 13 Application at my office, in Baltzoll's Building. FEW bbls! pure Cider Vinegar for sale low

ihere are. hO\\Hi'r. olhrr diiTir-ulti: I 1 l.ir;: \i! an umbrella ;1: wilh I a bridle] and Wood A: Co; 10!? do to Lockhart A Youns: 87 do Music furnished at :'l 0'') per course, extra, for Bacon, Flour, Sugar, Coll'ec and byNov E. McCULLY.5'J .

( " ; 26 i; do to Wylie A: McKmzie.IVr Hooks for sale.
_In st nei.tition.; The/ reported tiaiv 1 hi vita was; not 0:1huisled, but rattled t about steamer H t; P.lilh-41 do Maclay & Jan. 20 1-tf T. C. UNDERWOOD. ALWAYS on hand, and for sale low by Hydrostatic Ink Fountain.A .

> r.ot n-cpived the oaTwti..n uf thf M'xi"Conres. :i I his i head ;and struck on )his face. Kimbrough; 2.)(O do to Harper A; Holmes: 202 do N. B. No reduction will be made for nonattendance F. McCL'LLY.Sweetmeats FEW Hydrostatic Ink Fountains Pen Racks, .

' ]Its raiific-itiyn; I by this ho-Jv I :.:,'e'lal oilier ca es, t-qually l: remna rka- to \\.' A.l' C Kain; 101 do to Nourse, Stone A; except thmu 0 proiracted sickness.Pl and Preserves. Sand Boxes, Paper Folders, Stamps, Seals,"
, Co 1 do Lockhart A Sdoto Yawn. _
: to ; Young
n'11'encthhe. ; Paper Clasps, &c. for sale
It t sitiat : Me I could Mat I hut the above I 111cc. Weights, by
tire 1Ihf I \Jf su
!
\ WELL aborted ]lot
XI il
I IVr ste: mer Charleston-270 do to Maclay & SerL us. A ,just received from Havana N'.v*
AI'IJUlI'SJlIflf'ro; i is hut irn'. and; iin>. l last; i' The great bcatnv of I lie art is its simplicity, l ll Kimbrough; 273 do to W A A: P C Kain; 95do to >' the( most celebrated Brands, for sale by McCULLY, __ J ALLEN.. ..

|orUbt fiep W4rii4 te aiiainmn.t (Ir l( and itie -11"r lime; it takes him to commue l Hill, Dawson & Co: 5S do to Harper! A; Holmes; 30,000 just received from Havana, and Dec 1C ft} Water st. Gold Pens.

'ICf'<: \\e foiiMder the ronsent 01'| II, j!'| niraie! it to others.i 27 do to S A; J SchilTer. for sale by E McCULLY, FEW of \roodward & Brother's superior
''XiCth! I Per steamer Citiincy 26 bales! cotton to Lock- Old Reserve A
JOInIf''iS .q. to ;;,)' the least. .- -1 i ><-. .it-,. i.i.-_.i..i..i.i.. mil ---; *L "_ !"J. "' '='? Iccsl5 M Water st. Whiskey, Hold; Pen*,just received and for sale bv
xly -- -
-- do
hart AT IS Sims
tneI I. Young; to As Cheever; SI do F Smith's Eagle Brand, for sale by
I ---- ---- October
' r.ohlematirnl.: The txact pri1! (IC.Ill j Aslvat C-<"<. InV O Porter A: Co; H do to D G Banec G do O E. McCULLY 21. J C. ALLEN. .
"' India. Fruit. ,
fljuStion of tlm tciiihi1ae J lias J ; :IL\L Advancesvil, be made on Cotton to T Preston; 1 do to N Baker; 25 do to or pr. c.mt Nov II .
!
uoin T 1 O India 50 Water st. tel'nrodllc(!.
CANISTERS West Fruit
- determined. In ft, it i is'impossible t __4 <-o signed to our friends in I Ian,., Liverpool Par steamer Emily!>U3 bules cotton to Lock- preserved LOUIS
ueci-le such New York, Philadelphia! Baltimore and h hart AT Young; 1G9 do to A N McKay & Co; 125 JLO with its orisinalfiat'or, just received from Tanners' Oil ST. Flour, Ohio do, Lard, Whiskey;
t
'ere a question in a country do to D I> Wood A: Co; 97 do to S Casein; 44 do Havana, for sale h} E McCL'LLY, 1I'o.1r, choice and prime \Iota.es,Pork. mess',
Opinions' are *.1 multifarious I ati'd X ew Oreans. to T L Mitchel; 21 do to Sims & Cheever; 17 do Dec If 50 Water st. FOR sale by and prme, Bacon, Hara, Sides ami Shoulders, for

ere they 'hilt;I and alternall'! arid form new McCALLA &IWMANt: t to C lingers: A: Co; 15 do to S & J chi fl"ri 13 Th) B ELLISON & Co. sale by I B. ELLISON &, Co.

Albil''I' IOns \\1111 a rapidity, that] ddies Feb.! 17, IS t 17. -r>-1 do to J Jl.q.Co) ; 03 i: do to order. Chocolate.LHS. For Sale. Dec P. Cor. Water and! Chestnut sts.
--- .
:ieDt unra\elll'I': 'fl' A t much I I. loWc\'cr h5
j'i-t received from Havana: for sale by Ouava Jellies.
not n, tbtt: the I. on shiptnenls ol CotK.n t to dian.: Applv to
war 1 a r t -the I / McCULLY. different '
iis sized
" jiurfj Dec
j 23 NOURSE boxejij t received from Havana
.y are Styhedjs. New York and HtfJ, by -- ,_STONE & Co. 1
very and cotton.
numerous if it ---- and for sale by
es not outnumber Dec. 10 D. B. WOOf fc CO. Per Manhattan 701) bales cotton. For Sale.
it brig Salt. Dec 23 -
nearly equals that _._ ._ E McCULLY.S .
the -- -- ---- --
moderate Per brig Metamora-570 bales cotton. SACKS Salt 20' firkins But-
; superior
or advocates] of 9i'1 O1 KCi SACKS Liverpool Salt of Br.
Ie utter, ,I peace l xdlan Per tehr LeKoy: -373: bales cotton. ,.u.'J'j ter. Apply to OJLJ cargo ;
hJU2h ; for sale EIDLITZ, Y wt and'SoJ.l
ship Queen, Powders of the'best
OII deploring the (:OOtitI I Ie -T\H\I l'-l s; on Nc.v Yrk; i;.:.ton! Providence, JUiTUX-l'er bark Florence-1075 bales cot- Jan 13 NOURSE, STONE & Co. by
Dec 2 for sale
J. quality,
and fullv D.Y & Co. bv
; \\hilr'ar aware of the cal il'e \J I'll!ilddelpbia and Baltimoio, bought ; and ton

I' )' } t entails 011, their l country, "'Id.1-' i i"-,,'0 i... tl "_..\ \.1' .;,,1,1..! hv Per baik John Brower-891 bales cotton. CoHee. BEEF-Mess and Prime, -July 17 J. C ALLENVB1

..probably, be overborne and silenced] bv 1"0 VY.M. G. POUTKK- no At Co.Agents -- -- -. -- '\ fCSACKS Rio, Havana, and St. Domingo -Do do Wood Ware, *Vc. .
fierce! opposition J llik I Brunswick: For Sale. J.UU Bread-Navy and Pilot, for sale by Covers
of the nuns to n pro- :; t Com, for sale low bv BARREL Painted Pails. Tubs, Flour
xi'ioo of which the *we" qua non is the i Dec )( -11, Water sfreet.Ilcni TIlE Printing Oflice of the Commercial Dec 23 E McCULLY. Dec 30 B ELLISON & Co. Trays, Axhelves Buckets;

render of a I large portion of Iheir \ rli..er." Apply to Cordials. Brooms, &c. &c. for sale by

tifl: a Oismtegration of that I public 'j's Mimsii, Feb. 21, 1813. J. L. WYMAX. Oil Cloths and Carpets. A FEW dozen bottles, just received from Havana ;: F. ELLISON & Co.
Ich Mrxic0 territory to t.s-.1. received and for sale by PCS Oil Cloth, 1 and 2 yards wide; and for sale by Dee 9. ("or. Water and Chestnut sts.
i, Seems to c I.m'Ith' a tenaI !Fh-I. II F ABELL. WANTED, 7 15 3
v, iu thenverse i __ pcs super Ingrain Carpeting; Dec 23 F. McCULLY.Osiiaburgs. .
tier ratio of the I real strenn.h. I A PARTNER with a capital of $)00, the business 2 Stair BOOTS. Shoes and Brians, by the cue;
ICa/.or. Sirops.1IIAPMAN
sway over it. When I reflect of such a kind as will he certain to 10 Tufted IlU2> Shoes and Buskins;
we 5
.se COnsiJpj00q, \\C arc forced to on. / and Emersun's Strops, just re- double l the capital in thirty days. Apply to For sale byVM.'; G. PORTER & CO. I C\\ BALES Georgia Osnaburgs: on consignment Men's, Boys and Youth's Bro an- ;
Ie co' y reiTed and fur sale
( by J.J
that for sale u"
the FLITNER FLITNER, SMITH & Co. by finesew'dBrogana *
obstinacy Dec 30 \\"aterstreet. ;
and .
"xieans, i it1 their fatuity of the jVb2 1 H F ABELL.Lancets. February 21, 18-IS. C-U* Dec J. DAY & Co. Men's pegged Boots;

ding fst 'o J prcposierous idea] of Notice. fin* sewed Boots;
Syrups. .
t gOter possessions which they can- and Thumb Lancets, just received :Brushes. weeks after date, application will be made DOZ. assorted Russet Brogans. For sale by
0 of
and SIX
SPRING
Syrups superior
' benefit will front which 1 they I can derive sale by HAIR, Hat, Clothes, TeethNail and Shaving; the lion. Judge of Probate of Franklin 5 just received from Havana, and for sale quality by B. ELLISON & CO..

'tot defeat Seriously endanger, if they Job 21 J F ABELL. for sale by County, for letters of f administration upon the Dec 23 E McCULLY. Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts. .
Tb UCcess. Itazors. Feb 2.1 11 F ABELL. estate of G. G. Windham, late of said county School Hooks.
etelSstill i 1 |! deceased. A. M. ELLIOTT. Horse and
another I aspect underwhich BUTCH AR'S and Kodgers &, Son's Yardage for Cotton.T Dray BOOKS of all kinds just rec'd by
.roLIem WADE & 52-Ct SCHOOL
Jan 13 1S4S. sale to
Apalachicola cheap. Apply
exittu may viewed. Thus fir: the Razors for sale by ) OOM for 3000 bales in lower Cotton Yard. FOR J. C. ALLEN.
oT 11 E. McCULLY, 50 Water st. --
. A ngreSS has Proved a mere nulliU |-C1, _I F ABELL. Apply to Dr. Woodruff's Dysentary Cordial Camphor and Piperine !ust re-'

lecn Orum< cannot he brought together. ASTI LE Soap for sale by Feb 21 1 D B WOOD & Co. Ragging and Hope, i QUININE for nle by

racnt.. jyar J seat f their I pseudo-gov- C Feb2t I F ABELL. Panacea. FOF Diarrhoea, Dysentary, Cholera Morbus, FOR sale 11 by E. McCULLY: April 17 IT. F. AEELL.
0Vterst.
lereral of and disaffection prevail & HOUCK'S Panacea, just received Infantum, and summer complaint of Irish Potatoes and Onions. J

m hare their departments. Some of ]lics.DtTCIFTS Spanish Specific, for SWAIM sale by : children, for sale by SALAD OILS just receivedand for sale] by A FINE article for sale by :

P'ODouuccd against peace, and [cdebrate 1] I F .\IEE .- Feb 17 H F ABELL. i F.b 3 J. C. ALLEN. 1 17 H. F. ABELL i Nov 11 E. McCULLY.) Water rt.




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I Tax Collector's Sale. blockblock 134 lots nos 3 to 10 inclusive unimproved i: I'KOSPECTUS I irnaI Notttn. Dry Goods. FRESH ARRIVAL! OF --
133 lots nos 3 to 10) inclusive unimproved :: subscribers oiler for sale a large and sea- Drugs, medicines Taints
OF
B>Y virtue of the authority in me vested by law, block 136: lots nos 1 2 3 6 7 8 9 10 unimproved : I Till: IN CHANCERY.Frniikliii TiE stock of Dry Goods, consisting in 'C-SIUUs, el.faunerr Oi"
I will expose to sale, before the Court House I block 1:57: lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved! : FLORIDA WHIG Circuit Court. part : undersigned 4f

Door, in tha City ApalacliicrU, on Monday the I block 133: lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved : I Thomas Orman, ofNegro Kerseys and Linsrys, : friends and the returnsh1i'
block 139 lots 1 10 unimproved : public
to incliisjve
'- 8th day of May, ISIS, between the hours ten nos 11'rill' for I
and
vs. Red Flannels
and'
WEEKLY ,
block 10 : patronage,
140 lot tins 1 to incluii\'c unimproved I .\ PAPER begs
M. and four P. M. the real estate,
A. following
block 111 lots nos I 234 58910 unimproved : I TO BE PUBLISHED .'\.\: Wiiam B. Finch. Hangups and Tweeds, he H now receiving an addn.a
situated in the City Apalachicola, (assessed as block H2 lots nos 1 to 8 inclusive, unimproved : I II IT made to appear by affidavit, that the Super plain black and fancy Casameres, >- supply, which added to his
the property, of Liewis Curtis and Joseph Dcla- I [block I JJ lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : I Tim undersigned propose publishing in the defendant resides beyond the limits of the Super English and French Cloths, stock, renders his assortment unustail10?'

: field Trustees of the Apalachicola Land Company 1 Mock I Ii lots nos I to 10) inclusive unimproved : Town of Marianna: Jackson county, Florida, a State of Florida, to wit, in the State of New Whitney Blankets, 10, 1 and 12qraDuflil and complete. English, French ( e' P'
,) or so much thereof as will pay the Taxes [ block I I n lots tins 1 to 10) !inclusive! unimproved! : weekly newspaper with the above title. York : It i is ordered that service of said bill beperfected Bankets,8, 9 lOqrs. American Drugs ; Cosmetics; "

for IS 17, assessed, thereon, and in arrear of Franklin unpaidto } I 1Iocl i (lots lots nos nos I 1 to to 10 10 inclusive inclusive unimproved unimproved :: I, This paper will bcdiivotcd to Literature, Agriculture on said defendant, by publication of Quilts, 9,10,11 and 12 qrs, anl Drusreist.i Glass ware, kc.,Perfulnt'ryC&c., areP;

the State of Florida, and the advertisement County and- I block 1 1 lots nos 1 to 10 "inclusive unimproved : and Science; it will also contain 1 the this order for four months in some newspaper Denims i : Kremlins and Cot tOtmales, to Phjsicians, Country Merchants and ) "

together with the cost of 1 is 1 block 11 I 19!"lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive uuimproved : I current new of the day ant articles in support of printed in the City of Apalachicola, requiring Brown Shirting and Sheeting, the most liberal terms-all of which hTartt'
- sale and which said real! estate described as Mock 130) lots nos I 2 3 4 7 S 9 10 unimproved : the Whig Policy. him to appear and answer said bill, otherwise it Cotton Osnaburg?, pure and unadulterated.
follows, in the Map of said City, viz. I block 157 lots nos 1 2 3 47 S 9 10) unimproved : The want of a local paper has been severely will be taken pro confesso. Cotton Drilling and Ticking, H. F. ABEL]
Block A. range 1, lots nos. 1 to 11, inclusive, block 15S lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : felt in Walton and Washington coun- At Chambers,, Sept 20, 1817. Linen and Cotton Checks, wholesale and Retail .
unimproved; block A, range2, lots nos. 1,3, G, block 159 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : ties. Jdc.In.: to time proposed establishment of S. HAWKINS, Irish Linen, Shirting and Sheeting, .J: L'ruggi; ,t
9, 11, 13, II I, unimproved; ; block A, range 2, block W7 lots nos 1 2 3 .1 7 S t 9 10 unimproved : this Jonrnnl. A True Copy. Judge, &c. Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting, Apabc1i eol:1. Nov. 21, lcl6.Irn Warfrsfretl
block! n block IH( lots nos 1 to 10) inclusive unimproved :
lots no.2, 4, 5, 10, 1'2, improved; ; range
The undersigned hope to obtain sufficient patronage W. YALLKAU, Clerk. English, French and American Prints,
block 11)9 lots 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved :
1 lots *. 3, H), 0, HI;, i 17, unimproved ; block nos
no enable them to October. IS 17. 4Mm Extra plain and twilled us and JI..dici..eit
block block 170) lots nos I 2 3 4 7 S 910 unimproved : to commence its publication super, Ginghams '
B 2 lots no' 13, 11 I. unimprnved ---- --
4- range ; block 171 lots nos 1 to 10() inclusive unimproved : by the M of September Super Cashmere dtcosse, THE: subscriber Las,
. Jlran3e2, hN n'H. 2,3,1: t. 5G, II 13, improved block 175 lois nos 3 to 10) incn! !ive unimproved : TEn us-'Elmrce dollars annum, in advance. WAI/rO.\. CIltCUIT COUKT.lii Extra sup';r Muslin de Laine, consfantly haveon handa and"

::1" ; block C, range btsnos. 3,1,15 1 10.. unimproved block 176' lots nos I 2 :3 ( 7 8 9 10 unimproved : $3 50 if paid within six months; or $1 1 00 at the Cimiiccry. English, Scotch and American. ; as.srtment of DRl'GS! and(tt.plt
i. ; block C, range 2, 1otnos. 9, 10, 11, 12, block. 177 lots nos 1 to ) "inclusive unimproved : end of the .vear. Thomas: Ikrkar, ) Super Italian black and figured Silks, (C.'NES, which he will 31tt
... 13, unimproved ; block C, range 2, lots nos. 1, block 178 lots lbs I to 10( inclusive unimproved : BENJ. G. LIDDON CO. vs. V Petition for Divorce. Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs, and 1)1 f. tlc: be<>f qmiatity.1ih'rchants ; | flarrr.tt.
s 2, 4,5, lr, i improved ; block D, range2, lots nos. block 179! lots nos 13430789 10 unimproved : July HI, lq 17.I & Sarah S.unanth Barker. ) Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs-, and I'ldlof'rsfi CUt!
f.. .. 3-7: 8, 9, unimproved; block D, range 2, lots block ISO lots tinS 1 to II inclusive unimpro\'er: S IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, English and American Cotton Hkfs,, to their ;uh'al.fat' to mil, examine find
and
lots 5 S 10)
isi 1 2 9
; nos. 1,2, 5, improved: block E, range I, lots nos. block nos : I LEON AR I) SCOTT .\ CU' : LIST Ol by affidavit made in this case, that the defendant Madras and Verona head Hkf*, Goods, before pllrdla.iT1 else trrf' I'rire
* block 12; lots ns 1 to 8 unimproved : \
;: incluii\'c
3,4,5, HI, 17, IS, improved ; block E;, range 2, Mock 150: lots nos 1 to 10) inclusive unimproved : I FOIUnHX P SfiIOI>IGAl.S.. Sarah Samantha Barker resides beyond Ladies' Cotton hose and Gents Hf-hose, N. B. Phj' icians prcsrriptin.s
lots nos. 7,8, 13, II J, 15, Hi, 17, II, H''. unim.I' the jurisdiction of the State of Florida It is put up ,
: block 151 lots nos 1 to 1 inclusive unimproved : iin-runr.TC.VTnx Os'TIlE : ordered Super Satin Marseilles &, Worsted Vesting*, ; care and accuracy at any hour cl time da
J proved ; block E, ran;.: 2, lot no.J, inprovelblock : ; block 1S3 lots nos 1 to ) inclu.ivc unimproved : that the said Sarah Samanth Barkerdo appear Cotton and Flax Thread, J. C. lr tI :
lots 5 0, 7 1 13: I 11 I, i :', 2", LONDON OJTAIiTEIlLY: REVIEW, ALLEN
.l 1'ran;: 2, n" block Hfi lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : I. and answer the said petition within three S Plain and fig'd Swiss and checked Muslins, I 1 a1icl9I Cor. Centre audC
unimproved ; block H, rane 1, 1 ts no*. 5, S, bloc! Id lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : TI>; EDIXBlR1; H\'IW. mouths after the publication of this order, or the Jaconet and Cambric Muslin, mDltru;IL

. 10, 11, 13, 1'3' 20' inimprovcd ; bl.\ck 1 II I, range block I. lots nos 2(! 7 8 9 10 unimproved : hloc.lR9 TiE I [ ; I : E\V, said petition will be taken for confessed ; and it Needles, Pins, Tape, &,c. &c WILL, BE TCBLISIIKD AT WASIUSTO.V D.

f'i 2,1.ts nos. 3I, 5G, 7, N q>, 10, 11 1', 13: 11, 078910 lots tins 6 7 8 9 It) unimproved. : block 19,) TIE T-MINSTEIl UKVIKW: is further ordered that this order be published in ''Which have been selected! with great care in the U1f"lIth of DfcrmbrrtitttXU.MCKR COn

:: 1:, 10:;, 17, ummpnved; block! J, range 1, lots Ins unimproved.WHARF ,\s:' some newspaper in the Western Circuit of this New York and Boston, from Imnortersand Agentsof ONE
3 .1 5.13,7, S, y', 11II 1 I, 1 12, 1 1.1: II I, 15, I LOTS.
I',: nos. 2, 1 RLCiVOOD'S: EDINBURGH MAC A ZTNE. State for the spaceof three months. Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates, and
1G, 17, IS, 1:1: unimproved ; block J. range 2. 10'i: feet lut No 12; 50 feet foot of Leslie l < EG. S. HAWKINS, Judge W. C. are now offered at wholesale or retail on favorable OF TIn
.. : I,5,0,7s.9,1 III< i 11, 12,13,1: I, street lot No 1G 100 feet lot No 17 I UNITED l
lots 100
n.) 1.2,3 ; fee ; ; The above Periodicals are reprinted in New January_, .ISIS. 51-3m term by WM. G. PORTER & Co. STATES REPORTER
15, 11, 1 17. is. I 13), 2)), unimproved: ; block K, !) fct lot } I ; tic) feet foot of Centre street ; -
ll their Dec. ,
i York on I arriv.il 1 hthe I British 30, IS 17. Water street.
r range 1, lots" nlsl.I .->, :3, i. :Iii, 7, & 9,10 I I 11 I i feet South part ct let{ No 20 ; 30 feet North -fpainers: immediately in a b.nutiful clear type, on white At Caubers, .J ---- -- A Daily Journal of Government, Legi>htjT,

C 1'2.13,11, i 1.1, P., 1 17, I', 1 lu, 2), inimprovcd ; part ot lot XI 22 ; 90) feet foot of Che-tnut st. ; a-jd arc 'faithful: copies of I the fip ulBI.ACt'OfD' APALACIIICOLA. DEC 2D, 1317. .A CARD. General News.TIII .
paper
ii block K, rang<; 2, l"t ts no* 1.2,3, .IJ, G, 7S, &, I'J feet eliot No 23; 90 feet foot of Cherry st. MAG\ \zixi: being an exact: facsimile John M. Crnochan, Subscribers take this method of inform subscriber! i is now enabled fn annlurlt
n Ilj, l7. IS, 19,20), uniinproved : ,, sid: of theApalachicola ; Bill for account and TiE completion d( his arran ft
Pl 10,11.1:2. 13, 11, .\Is \U Land lying on the West of t the 1 Edinburgh edition. the citizens of Apalachicola and its vicinity I f-ments r the est bf
'". ; block L, 1-N n". I I. '1. 3J, 5, G, 7, S, Hay, North and West 01 the City of The prices of the lu::- vnixas are less than one George K.'Walker.1 (t R I. \ partition.UPON that they have now on hand a very :neat rneiit of a \\\\fll-crganiz and ind perdep Jot

r,, 9.1Ul1L: 13, 11,1'1 :), It;, I7I".I l H,,21u'1im-> A pa1.1< to I the Western boundaries! third of Ihl*.' of the foreign copies, and while: they affidavit of Complainant's Solicitor that and well selected Stock GOODS, which will be j' nal ('f News at the seat of the Gtr.vral Go'c-

proved; 'lilck1: Ilt uo. 12, 3, I I. ii, 7, S, Franklin County; also St. Vincent's Isltnd, St. are cpidly well t'it t up, they afford that advantage Defendants mentioned in said Bi do sold low, consisting in part as 'follows'! : merit
P, 10, II, 1'2. 13. 1 It. liIIj: 17, 1' 19 :20, unimproved Geoige's Island, and Dog Island, (exclusive of to AMERICAv over tlm al fixoLi-ii not reside, within this Circuit, but the Cloths and Cassimeres, various sh leg, :i The l leading ff-aturw of the Unittd S'tatejLpcrtrr
; block N. l t h o.r 1 1,2 1 ::1 I i I. :, G. 7, S J, that portion of St. Georges and Dog Island owned read r. Unit'd States: It i is ordered that notice of the Fancy Prints, (II). 'do. will be the f'ltowing-_

i 10, 11, 12. 11, H. n, l 1) l Ii, 15. iio: u'1im- by the U. S. Government) ; also, all Land Ijiiu; ] institution of this suit, and the filing ot the Alapaca Lustre; do. I llarty Intflti rnc' of tie Triwmtntiff
: ) roved ; block 0, l' ts nos. 1. 2, 3, I, 5, G, 7,5, 9. Cast of the I5ay of Apalachicola and bordering TERM: amended Bill, hp given in some newspaper published Silks, Frodellyne, Fiurci ruriaw HtpartBi'i>t< of f',, lottretice ,Tnm'1J11I1f

i n. 11, 12, 13, 11 1, 13, Iii, 17, IS, 1'J, 20. unimproved flu: St. George's Sound and running Ecast to the PAYMENT TO F:rDr iv ADVANCE.1.lr in the Circuit, for the space of four do. Montellado. Dorr.t-rif ttt'air!; .,,,it ;. Ihf'rlJrf'r

; block P, lots no*. I 1,2, 31, 5, 0, 7, N mouth of New River, from thence in adirerlnL any ore the four Review.$3 per annum. month} and if, upon due proof of the appearance Satin Striped Rptltl"'I" r>t the t'OlIr.rrit: he ZeThsCIU.Ul6)U5 Jll
9 10, 11. 12,13,11,1'I 10, 17, IS, 1 10,20unim Cut-off ) fidelity. j'. "t-Mp. -<'"liar
t to the Chipola following Alnlchi- For any two, do. : of said no'tice in some newspaper so published Robes I p raemj.j
pro\.l block Q I ts nis. II 2,3, I 1,5,0,7,3, 'ola River down to its mouth, [For any t three, do. 7" for the time menlo'cd. the said l defendants do FJncCshmerc. .llerinl do. fr; tJhr".il. iiiJt.nnati'm i if I. "I JCL: 'I rtlr" "t

t 12. 13, 11 I, 13, n, ill ., I!, '20, triirnprayed Nland ( ; bl-ick S, lots' nos. 1 t 2I>, ildush'e.u1imrro.ed acres of third quality cf Land, and lOOOof 2 d i [For Blackwool's Magazine, ::1"{ shall come> after< twenty days from the expirationof Mulins, India Book ill\"dy. inelli.eiice ol the HI "t iUr\rrilJ (i I

; bl >ok 1 Il.\t" no* 4,7unimproved ; qualita per returns made by the Assessor ot: ForP.lackwoodanJthe I Reviews. 10,00 said period of four months, it is further or- (h. S\\i i'.s, Luce and Colored I1tl'h'r. 1
: block 1, lot no. S. improved' ; block" 3, lot no. !>I. State Taxes for Franklin County. { cotmmnications should! bo a'Hrcsscd dered, that the same be taken as confessed Edging, Lisle, Cap and Thread ItTe l 1MiimOI- -* of If" Eom&.;

,. unimproved ; block l.lo'snos) 3,1,0,7S,9un' JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff ( C1! ) tOLEONAliD> against Shawls, Damask Silk crime! ]),Im;,,, >J &r C"itf.IStIJftJI; ffetf, ht !
i improved: ; block 4-, lot no. 2, improved ; block and Ev-OfikioTax Collector SCOTT & CO Publishers them.GEO.. S. HAWKINS, Jud0'e, &c. do. Marino, the 1m-!rldr r i* bt u"d f.> fr.rriHh riailv j0fij.'

5, lots nos. 2 to G, inclusive, unimproved t ; block Apalachicola, Nov. 4, IS 17. ..J'1lm.Shcl.Ufs Fulton St *New York. CAHMICK &SPRAT do. Plaid Wool body, in -."crtnlnrfnOr the f..rn,, of the fa.tract .}

5. lots:nis. 1. 7, h, 10, i improved; ; block G, lots Sale. ------ -- -. --:- Compl'ts Solici'ors. Kid, Lace and Silk Glove made at the close (.!" Ue lit iiw,

; 10i. 1,7, S, 9, lOuiimreveJ. ; block 6, lots nos. virtue to directed frcm FRESH GOODS, A True Copy. WM. VALLRAV, Tmkan Gi ey latest fasl.ion Con r.!". The arran2 -mt.; new u.ade wile
2,3, -1, i improved: ; block 7, lots no. 1, 2,3, 'J, 10, BY fac me Dec 30. !30-lm Clerk. Ribbons all, Bonnet or ce fully secure tll the t'Itle.I' the
the Circuit Court of Franklin county, one iii r 49. 3!> Waterstreet.RECEIVE 9 l\iti
block, 7 lots G 7 S.impuwed ''af' ant l.t'tt' and .
an I.
uniin.n-oveJ ; nos. ; ; -- ------- C'/R'J t
block S, lots no;. 3, 4, 5,0. 7, S, unimproved favor of George .Sinclair, and one in favor\ of IL !D per brig B. G. Lamar and schr.: Ill Chancery--Franklin County. Brown Shirting, 7-S-l-l and tne'ched fbttear; d to I lhe {f'f'flpl'} --1iJ -i :r.'atly Ff'tl.rdGl"nlal'
J. Mses's.. I have levied do. 7-S, 3-1,4-4, ioantIhI1
bock 9, lots nos. 1, 1, 5, 7, 8, 9, unimproved ; Henry Hodges, upon t h, from New York- Mary Green by her next friend, ) C- land 8-4 (!,'TCe-tteC btM.elir rf the eXI..I n:..vIce, sa-
and will sale the bidder ;
to to at
10, lots nos. 3, S, unimproved d; block 10, expose highest SHOES-Calf" Cl.iy Tifs ; do Nullifies; I. V Bill for Di- : and f/ttsnaiKl.ip (.t that fit ,r fv, Ill \\hu'h lit-
and Cotton
the Court I House door the Council Chamber that \ Ingrain Carpeting
R-i'jber! Over Shoes with leather heelsand
block lotsnos. Kavet\er lucLcd with
11
r lots:nos. .1,7, improved ; 4,5, James Green, Defend.mt. ) vorce. s-licitt i\- and re-p
Bags
the Court in the of Carpet
of
being holding City
place soles. -
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block 11 lots G 7 H 10 panJHI
nos ,
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unimproved ; .\ Franklin the first Mon ', Court having been assured by Hats and Caps, all styles "
county, on HATS- Amidon, Beaver and Moleskin i in THE afda\'i Tlie
f unimproved block 15, lots ns 4, t), 10, unimproved Apalachicola lorfrliat nmj Titlnlty hit I.,
complainant the Boots and Shoes
sale ,
next within the legal hours of above
,
; block 17, no. 9, unimproved ; block extreme fashion ; also, a variety suitable Io1t"f Rtfrrirntal'tet* will\\ a141. lit' .'
the following described property, to-wit : The Jamei Green resides beyond the State of Florid, Clothing ot t all kinds. given
17, lots nos. 6, 7, improved ; block IS, lots nos. to country trade. fI1Iht", irrij'arfuht\T an! the IIlfJ'I' ,..plutk.
hut within the United States it is ordered ,hat Also, neat assortment of and Jrrt
dwelling house, situate in the city of Apalachicola a a
block J IS lot GLOVES-Kid, Silk, Linen, Woolen and Buck, JFWELIY. t '. dch rt'C'ordV
7 9 ill t
2, 3, 5, 6, 8, unimproved; day's >e eoLnt ltI
on lot numcer ten, block number nine, cor- hearing be had upon the facts charged in said many other articles too mCTti'n.
of all vlrieliN.rO nUmfrnH ,
block 1 to 10 inclusive made! ni a-.d > in (the "
no. 4, improved; ; 19,1ot.nos. a;'j ear Ufjott-r"ir
,. tier of Centre and Liveoak streets, property of Cotton bill at the regular term of Court next enduingthe Call and examine for yourselves.M. ;
unim rove\ ; block 20, lots nos. 3 to 1:J, IRY Woolen and Silk. mortJln;.
I' f ndant. JOHN LUCAS Sheriff.: date of this order, and thereupon to a N. SCOTT & BROTHER,
few; pass
inclusive, unimproved ; block 21, lt 0.5, im : At.'n-\ fasionable Pilot Over Coats, IY ./ rynni-tfeat Tide t t tinFrocftfi
13. I D. decree in the sime manner as it the defendanthad Dec 23 Cor.rater and Centre sts.n. :
Luc S.
and inclusive By !, Click S icks, Pants, Vests &c. ],Int'f .
proved; block 21.lots no!.l to 4 6 to 10, -- -- ---- -- am )J oil tilt' f-tatt Lr%;\/tltli'tl '
; unimproved; bl )ck22lofs- nos. I, :J, u'im. Jd1.213ISI5. 2-tds Jan 13, IS h. M. P. ELLIS. appeared always that and a were present of this order in Court shall: have Provided Ellison & Co., Cor. TTaler and be re!:uarl\! ;;iv >). !Mf rribcrtYt.! rss i.
block 23 lots 6 7 c. copy all rh ".f rrader! will t thus, he
proved; nos. 9unimproved ; SlicrifPs Sale. Chestnut ;:es ? kept tulliassterrostmeally
been published in some of this State sts.
',_ blnc *2.,lot:nosI, ,7,5,9, lO.unimprov'd; y virtue of a mortgage fieri facias, to me di. InnU IVEW; GOODS for the of three months newspaper at lea-t before the SHIP CHANDLERY.MANILLA ir.tllnM'd of ['IN"lu', Lt'fIS\
block 2j, lots n'li. 3, 4, :, G, unimproved; block B rected from the Circuit Court of Franklin TIl'; siibsciiber' will be receiving and opening space in all -ections of 'the United "atf''t
and
first day of said term, and due proof of said publication Hemp Cordage of all sizes,
few
divs. entire and extensive
25 lots 4 5 3.7, %, 10, unimproved: block a new Y J-larhf Inltlllsfrnrr of
nos. (1./llIJlrtolltm
County, in favor of Henry G. Guyon, versus Jane : be made to said Court. \'lormlinf Marline, Spun- tml'1lf.
- 27, lots nos. i to 1),inclusive, unimproved ; block Vallou, Adm'x estate of J. W. Flavel deceased assortment from the of READY \ADI CLOTHING in GEO. S. HAWKINS, Jude, &c. yarn, Oaklm,Sperm Oil, Fall do, \"hal,do, (Mi\ .' in thr Le!iliilurt, oj Grml Enla,. f
23, lots ms. :, 6, 7, 5, 10. unimproved; block md William Valleau, her husband: I have levied Jirt.t Manufactory, consisting part of1'J'J A True Copy. do, Linseed do, Raw do, Boiled, >irifs Tormine Fj'olre.111 be Coinir.uMcattd bv tH'U stti{
23, lots nos. 3,4. 6, 7,8, 9, 10, unimproved; ;
L block 31, lot no. S, unimproved; bl xrk :31, lotit thereon, being the premises mortgaged ." style and colors ApahctmiCnlJDec2'I1'h7.Calhoun V.U.UAt 1 Q-3in I Lead.*___, _,. Iet: do, YeJlovv Ochr, Chrm treen, ., whc j'os f-s-* peculiar: tariii'.t:: j.: r ,btir. ;.
0 M I mkf-y JacketSulors' : mriMuii'
no*. 5, 8, 9, 10, unimproved ; block :32, lot. nO! by J. W. deceased to plaintiff in ; ( Imperial do, Chrome Yellow, tr- .: iatrn.ti.u.V 1
1,2.3,0,7,8,9.) 1), unimproved ; bbxrk T J, lots execution, and FJ\'c expose the same frsle> at blue and gray Round Coats Circuit Court. digni, IiIIHra e, Sulphur. Cri, htarih, opal! r 1h- Gmrat ,"\7tof r'fay win

nos. G, 9, uirro\'e.; block 11, loM nJ ; tl> the usual hours wi sale, in front of the Market Sack I'rork, and DreConN Fall Term, IS 17 do, Tar, HOiin. Pitch Tupt'nlinp. { 1'.lin! livenin a condensed t'"rrn, with: i I''r< '! : ar.<'
(:'loth, Ca.,irnere, S.itinctt, Janes and Tweeds .uiii-ii do, Tar an. Scrub uo. Clamp do.
10 \'cJ bljc 0">, l 1.t; nos I. (enfion.Such.
David J. Mcar
; .
; House that being the usual ,
Apalachicola placefor
> ,
: ilcuivt ? L-imi KUck, Ch ilk! Whiting, 1ui.i D-iek, Er-j
vanoui IPS ;
r G, 7, '), unirnprvei ; block 3 J, lots nos. holding Court, on the first Monday in March riannel P..I ,Shirts :and; My DrawersHeivy vs. > Bill for Divorce. lih do, Cotton do..Heavy I Havens i do, Light di, i is a !Ilri.'I. view ,f \\l.t ihe "I"*!
: to 10, inclusive, u"i- ron d; blo.-k 37, lots,nos. next, to satisfy slid f f.JaI Elizabeth Moars ) \\rhrt., nut and I ld! Bunting, Nails, do. States IJ;prrter" i-desmgnfd to Iv A i a! f.Vfi'
4,5C, 'I S, y, 1 i u'liinjjmved ; block :$, litnos. .- :LUCAS, Sheriff! CltOI t Hle Shirt, Drawers and Singh IT appearing; to the satisfaction, cf the Court do ;: !hip Spikes, Boat do, ., COPIt, Ctw', and arr Pipfnenf have btri w, i: p ;pf: rrdi
2 toy, inclusive, a-u in;provedi ; block ':::1. !"tfnos. n.! LLc.\ Deputv.Apihehicola.reb. UsFancy that the defendant rc.idl' out uf, the Western lack Screw?. Anchoi Iald..pikt". CajvfhinUirs the tope is cotitlder.tly d."IIhu d!, idttt.euS. : .
1 to 10, indiuirc, unimproved: ; block .J 10.Ints : _J, IS 19. cambric: and! Linen_Shirt* Circuit of Fbridi, and ( tit of the State, it i U Oars< Hocl.s. hin',, Iwk?. Hand. R prtu"'tlll {rr .vt' tr: lr :.i i. eItr.tmc,
no?. 1, 3.4. :;: G, ", *s V I, 10,, unimproved : Cent; *. at.d Bo\s'! fine linen O.OI Shirts ordered that said defendant, to appear Pump; ;, I>ck Buckel', Cedar. do, Mrconi-, dn-rri\\1", tlignifted: anti. j.-rUrMv I'd'i; rat-
block 41 1'2, *. 1 to 10, each H aid Fancy and pl.iin Vests! herc'Vlirec Corn do, Caulking :Mallet.-, Sarviir 110, AseTAx"- ; It will have ;, .
anJ lot;m l.lcIBi\'L \:, and ar.swer this bill nf complaint on the ltMondiy pnrnal. no }';:rt\ \ A -- j I' !Jit
blok, uiitnTinvei, ; hlrl'-k n.l.t, nos 1,2,3,0: !J. Plnin Iron, Millie and double, Him- I Hickory Shirt; plain muslin ditto in April: A1). 1SH, and in hlelves, hInns! and! Thimbu-, Box Hook. Bale du, bins The propri* tr>r, by the '. :T r : hUc
PLAINS Can do. Cotton do I'o-U do hVh do
,
defaul :
Caulking
10unimproved! : ; block! It I I. l Itti, t nos 1 to I IU.I i indu. Draw Knives. Augurs Auguer: 15its,, S'HH'nc'r.! 0 fl]ives, &c. thereof this said bill b,_> taken pro enrfe"H', Irons, Making *. : S llikf' <. ,Ship Sen- tract with the Senatef li e- f r: :.f S'ara

sire, unimproved; block' 1", lts IW: 1 to 10, inclusive ; Sprins Braces, Timber Scnlx"! Turn Screws, .\1'.-. any p'tttion 01 (the' above, wiir.be ;old to that this ordjr) be published in simflt; newspaperin p'>r' ,,Huns' l>i;'I"'r Ion Coo I.rin.!; Ladles. T.>rni-'nm'.r-. board to the condition that -r,1- i.". r .bll!lf
;
unimproved ; llctk1't, lots no*. 3, .1 1, 5, irking Guages; Mortise d.i l Saw Set, Wood I lite I trail\. ; at lew York 1 .ict-. \price-' Terms this: Circuit, for t the space of t three months Ii\if'ri!, ComjMsse, Sail ;Needles. :Sat! Twin, tam nl' p--ltic-i! diM-u-i--; -; t'.1': : ilrSf-!
.. I. G, 7, 8, unimtr.)vel: ; block 17, lots nos. 1 to 10, Rules., Adzes, Wrench'Saws, Lock, Hooks ma !I. ('a-\ .: and cv uninc I tlie? Mo'vk. before the day ordered 'for the said hearing. :, ,', S..vin (I.). Palms, Ki: in? Leather. It will by a vehicle fli t >"rw--r r fi e' -jai

_, inclusive, unimproved; bl ) kI--, lots nos. 1 to and Staples, Butts,Serr-v.'*, I Hinzes Shutter Molt:, JNO. S. IlUTCinN .\zt. Rcl.rj-f THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. Pump do. Shovels I ILimmer-s. I Ilaichet' riiic.=rl.-, any set <>t"o,;>ini 10, inclusive, unimproved; ; block I I'J, lots nos. 1 Brads, Tacks, Copper Wire, Melting Ladle, II\t 10.,1".- -I lrt t, up-tairs.. December 7, IS 17. -l-3rn! A nu, Ilaol', II.uid.iws, (iiinblrt.s! Iland-avv scriber i is. to esfjHlHh.: :1: tl ,' .., .r 1 1 It c r: ;in.
_- to l inclusive, unimproved ; block :'), lots nos Traps, Axes, I Ilatchets Cofk-e Mill I ;, Sledge 1 lain- -'-\- -'al.melmila-. -'-'--, D.'f. I ;, I 7. 1| --tf ----- -. Files,, do, Iron 'lllrt' Clipboard Lock.-. :, a t'lithfui aid i rc.ript rt-j! rttr j u :MS.1{
1 10, inclusive, unimproved: ; block 51 1 l. lots mers, Smith Tongs, Mill Saws, Anvils, &c. &c. Hydraulic: Cotton Press. Iron, ais, *tc. Stock Wood do Saw, Hooks?, IVndinf and Situ?llanlyard.Hand| ;, I5ins".; Pidioc-ks Line, telUgenct- re.ofQtwbli u-:n.f. t I' wucBr.f'hticiafi I

no?. 2 to 10, inclusive, unimproved ; block 52, Fors-ilehy B. ELLISON ic Co. !IIEJiiHcrib'r! H l.appy: to inFoi m his former 20 TONS Swede assorted sizes ; Deep Sea io, LOg do. l-'i-h b.! Il.in-l} Lea-Ja! fVrp, I the! busif.trr.,1: ,. i'e r .rmil.mctrI
: lots noj. 1 to 0), inclusive, unimproved ; block 51 l.f l. Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sK t patron-, and ship! lnI'cr4: fnerallv, that he lOt KT.M N.li-, do. Sca do, :IIei d It>. Htrda, FunnelLanthorns, tlie: mneelar, and fvtry t :.,- I' r .;. dill

f lots nos. 1 to 10, inclusive, unimproved ; blork ha I the above pro- i in: tij top nid r, and i is now casks \r< \ lOI!, assorted qualifies ; Chalk Lines, Pitch 1'.s, LIVJ look! Cargo do, 1afFairs of Cf>ngrp- ad! the C- \t'P' :; > ',:, ray:
53, lots nos, 1,2,3, J, 5. ", 9, 10, unirnprDved: ; Provisions prepared to : ( : 20 Blacksmith: "acet Anvils- ; llelayin! ? PinTin,, \V.ir>, Crockery, Carpenter's at all time* with implicit c'; I (t-i e.
I block 53, lots. nos. 1 to 10, inclHi\'p unimproved JUST received per ehr*. Elizhetl Hull and I BIO by comprise c.tlii-r 1 (1101) i in th1 as \(1 as and can bed 20 American Vises ; Tool, Simpson' Post?. iVr .Xre.Apalachicold. : It i: believrd that the f-KmlnVn: ht r-f i'f
any ,
I ed ; block 5S, loti nos. 1 to ilcll"i\'e, unimproved I HOST, from New good I if not on tr pre-s term All I I ho asks:is on I trial as 20 c Bellows; IVc 9, ly J7. reliable; Jovrnnl of tnte'liget'cti M, '<-re.9 it k
! ; block 59:>, lots nos. 110 \, unimproved 50( bbls Flour; 20 bxs Cheese; The warehouse! i is now in good der arid a 12 dozen Spades and Shovel; place within th reach t the sm.f irirIhe
(11 ready
I ; block fn.lotinos. 1taSincluiweun.improved 10 hr bbl* Butter Crackers; 10 firkins Dute; to receive cntt, <>n on:: frtorac 10 c Collins' ; \JIEIUC\X people, at Ibp irrm-nct.TH'i.t of \H31i;
t i ; block Gl, lots nos. 1 toS.inclusive.un-i 1 10) bbls Pilot Bread ; 20 keg Leaf ; JNO. S. HUTCHINSON 1 bxs Cotton and Woolen Cards ; Net and. Twine 3I; imfacttiriiiarCompany mi!.st imitresimig! arollt'v pT r fu: p.-

improved ; blocks G2 to Ii.) inclusive unimproved; :r1 Ibs super a'd Hams; D.-c. 10, IS 17, .Agent.Jla1Iccll. tStfK case Rowland's:Cast Steel :li Saws ; in I Ihe 1:;isff-rv! .,f ( /zr,-s block 70 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ; : bhds N 0 Siigir; 1000 lbs Cast and German Steel, sale by 12 COMMERCIAL-STREET, he regarded: with htvr-r by alt! rl .--es 1 1 tfecm
block 7 I )t ts nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ; Which will be sold low by HHDSSt. Croix Susan; WAI. G. PORTER & CO. 'iniJy ; ani, havinsrthn sfat.-tf: h.scbjrt"jbscribf ; ..
block lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ; Jan 6 E McCULLY, 50( Water !t. *_/ If do New Orleans Sugar; Dec 30 41 Water street. (Up Stairs,) .UOSTON. : r spfcthiliy olirfta !H-i.":,!lardfcrils'iprxrt
block 73 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ; -- 20 bbls St Croix Manufacturers and Dealers in nryan's$ Patent into the cnluhtet.! "isiiicrf:!
block 76( lots fbi 1 to 1 inclusive' unimproved ; Vincgnr.A :b\s Stewait's, Loaf Roots and Shoes. Twine Stands.: Po-it Ofiicp Twinf', 'Ibllin" am! I United States.

block 77 lots nos 1 to inclusive unimproved; FEW bbls pure Cider Vinegar, for sale low bbls ground I BOY'S and Men's Russet Brogans; Bundle Tn ines, McCarty's Cotton 1 I lerrinz: ; Twine i i JAMES A IHH'STOS,

block 78 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ; by E. McCULLY, 100 sacks I Rio Cofle; 50 do, Java sew'd and peg'd Kip Brogans ; Cotton Seine Twine, Tanned and Uritamied, Flax Stencgrapr! to the Sei ate of the! t'-i

block SI lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved; _Novll: 50 Water st. .1 bvs Aromatic Tobacco; ; Gents fine Calf Brogans ; herring Twine, Hawser and Shroud-laid Mackerel ({-. The {nit"J St.it: .s Ivt'nrtr"| ".!
block 82 lots nos 1 to 10 unimproved ; '1 u Mr.ft'ddo.; Wm's peg'd and sew'd Shoes; Children's do. Lines; Herring, Poha! m Shad Ua><, and printed large aatianJscneheemardi: *

block 63 lots nog 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ; Hydrostatic Ink Fountain. 20 Sperm Candles; GO bvs brown Soap; Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes ; Dip Nets. Government Seines with Ua: : Cud i e\ny mornir.;, except Sundivs, ut theffC
block 81 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ; A FEW Hydrostatic Ilk Fountains, Pen Hacks 1 10'J! bigs: Shot ; GO I kegs Powder; Super Ladies coarse and fine Calf Boots. Herring, Mackerel, Shad, and Menhaden Seine, ?t per annum.In .
blok 6:lots nos 1 to Inclusive unimproved ; Sand Boxes, Paper Folders, Stamps, Seals, 100'J) lbs Lead ; A large and extensive assortment, just received Sec.

blok 83 lot nOi 1 to 6 inclusive, unimproved ; I Paper Clasps, Weights, &c. for sale by 2'1 ke s White I 1lal1.10.1 1, Extra and Pure. and for sale by WM. G PORTER & CO. A! J]. "H and Rnncs kni order at short connection with! the dnJIv;! rnpi-r, t tbK''

block 87 : nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ; I __Nov IS J C ALLEN. For sale by 1101rrrn &, CO. Dec 30 41 Water street. notice. ELLISON & ., A sent s, be i issued from the acne t'-tahlr t.njet\t.
block 6S lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ; I Gold Pens. Dec -M .1 lel' street..i October U. 1 g 1". SOtf! \pal.IhiN1\ '.i'Zuipror
block 89 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ; FEW of _, Map Agents Wanted.rpHE of Congress
9'lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved l; A Gold Woodward & roll'r's s'perior .i OFFA'I"S LIE PILLS AND PIKL'NIXJ5ITTERS subscriber wishes to engage in the sale of Groceries, Ac. Thiptiblicatii'n will ront.dn i-InsKJJ
Pens
bock 91 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ; October ,just received I bv .LYJ.. received and for sale by JL his Maps a number of young and middle JUST received from New York, per brig AJaba-) Report of the Prnrecdins'i and Debates! t*

block 92 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ; 21. J C. ALLEN. .__Novas II. F. Al'.ELL., DrvgD'ist. aged men of moral and'bu"ines9 habits, as tra a general assortment of Groceries, &c. Congres of the Cnited StitcIt will be is.=
block 91 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ; "rcstC.1 Produce. ----- : veiling agents. Having completed new and consisting in part as follows, viz : semi-weekly in a .J'It gant qtnrtcfnrn1. t7

block 91 lots: nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ; ST. Ohio do, Lard Whiskey, Crop:, OlH., bv greatly improved editions.of his Universal Atlas, Crushed Sugar, "a tine article," out t te: :sessions of Congress and will befor

block 95 lots nos 34 :GiS 9 10 unimproved; ar, choice and prime Mans'e Pork, mess FlmrI.Fal fyr.salc I'L F. ARELL.' 72 Maps ;large Map of the World, Reference Pickles, assorted, Lemon Syrup", to ,.ubscnibers at the rate of Iwo tfollar iT

block 96 lots nos 1 2 G 769 10' unimproved ; and prrne, Bacon, Hams, Sidesand Shoulders, for _- -.- ---. ---- ---- and Distance Map of the United States, National Cog. Brandy, .a snper. article, longst-s-ion and one dollar for the short#*"
block 97 lots nos 1 to 10 inclmive unimproved ; sale by U. ELLISON &, Co. B>ryDRILLINGS Goods. Map of the United States-al-so! a variety Com. do. It j is believed that thi great nat tnJlir

block 9S lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ; Dec 0. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts. Ticking, Colon Osnaburgs, other Maps, including several Maps of Mexico, Holand GIn, of the bet quality, bee deemed indispensable in the library cf*s

block 99 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ; )' ?, Ulan- the subscriber is prepared to furnish agents, for Gin, Peach Brandy, public i institution, politician, and frrfes 1
block 100 lots nos 1 to 10inclusive unimproved ; Guava Jellies kets, TweedShirting( : i Sheet ings, Checks, cash, at t the lowest possible prices. St. Croix and Jamaica Hum: man, thronghoi--Tthe country and that it "f

block 101 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ; IN different sized boxes, just received from Ha Gingham--, Calicoes, Delanes, Hn-iierv, &c. &.c. Add res:, Maderia, Port and Malaga Wines, regarded by the great ma s'of the peopl**

block 102 lots no I to 10 indu ive unimproved ; and for sale by For sale by JJ. ELLISON & CO. S. AUGUSTUS 1ITCIEL. Soap, Candles and Starch, :. very bet political text book for their ownls. ,
block 103 lots nos 1 to 10inclusive unimproved ; Dec 23 E McCULLY. l>ecj 0._Cor. Water. and Chestnut st3. Northeast corner of N. O. Rectified Whiskey, tion and that of f heir children.
Brown N. O. Muscovado S
block 101 lots nos 1 to inclusive unimproved; Dec 31 Streets, Philadelphia. and St.Croix Sugar, -
block 105 lots nos 1 to inclusive unimproved ; EIDLITZ, Yeast and Soda Powders of the Candies. Bacon Sides, &c. &c. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT,
block lots no* 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ; S best quality, for sale by A FEW boxes of Stewart's Refined Candies, Blank Books and Stationery. All of which will be sold low by Throughout the session of Cocrri"pb

block 10 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ; July 17 J. C ALLEN.3 'for sale by E. McCULLY, LEDGERS, Journals, Day Books, &c. E. McCULLY, will be'i issued from. the office of the "

block 103 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : Cordials. Nov 1 11 50( Water st. Foolscap and Letter Paper; Nov 1 flO;( Water st.. States Reporter" containing the reports% *

block 10 lots nos 1 to 10() inclusive unimproved d : FEW d ,zen bottles, just received from Ha- Wood Wsirc, Arc. Cotton Memorandum Books ; Groceries and Ship Stores. such Debatcsias' may possess peculiarly: f&
block lots nos 1 to 10 i inclusive : A and for sale Covers Painted Pails Tubs Flour Ship ant River Bills Lading; COFFEE Java interest. -
vana, by BARREL do, St. Domingo do,
block ill lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : Letter Press. RIO subscription and communicationspostpaid I Ie
block 112 lots nos I to 10 inclusive! unimproved : Dec 23 E McCULLY. block 113 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : Osnaburgs. Brooms, &c. &c. for sale by Just received and for sale by St. Croix do, Porto Rico do, Young Hyson Tea, JAMES A. HOUSTON.
block 114 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved : B. ELLISON & Co. Hyson do, Powchon do.'Sonchong do, Goshen
1 BALES Osnaburgs, on March 1 II. F. ABELL. United States Reporter '\"a hingtoDD-
Georgia consignment ,
Butter Cheese Lard
block 115 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : 10 for sale Dec 0. Cor.Water Chestnut ,(s. -_ Bacon Hams, Sides, Shoul- July 31, 1817.
by ant
ders
Molasses
lots 1 to 10 inclusive Whiskey, Mess and Prime Beef,
block 116 nos unimproved : Fresh Garden Seeds. All Unite ?
block 117 lots nos 1 to inclusive unimproved : Dec J. DAY &Co.- BOOTS, Shoes' and Brogans, by the case; LAGE assortment of Fresh Seed, just rec'd, Mess Herring and Sounds Prime and Pork 11acI.ert1 Shad, Salmon, I who publish newspapers this) Prospectus throughout! once the a wtrk/!
block 118 Iota noa 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : Syrups. Shoes and Buskins; A and for sale by Fish Tongues, this date till the meeting of Congress. Will *
119 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimprovedblock : Men's, Boys and Youth's Brogans Pepper, Spices Catsups. Pepper S.mct Olives. ,
block ; tilled
to "
DOZ. assorted Syrups, of superior quality, Nov J. c. ALLEN. Pickles Soap Starch an exchange with the Toil' t
,
Caper Tobacco
inclusive unimproved 5 1 | Navy
low 1 to 10 "
120 noa :
finesew'dBrogans; Reporter, and will he placed the fo
'
just received from Havana, and for sale by Bread, Pilot do, Crackers Dried Fruits on
block block 121 122 Iota lots nos nos 1 1 to to 10 10 inclusive inclusive unimproved unimproved j Dec 23 E McCULLY. Men's" pegged Boots; I SWEDE Iron, Scotch do, Weeding an rden Beans, Sal. llaisens. Macaroni, Vinegar, Vermacelli, Ar-, lowborn the Extra wilt be despatchfdCastile ....
fine Hoots
block 123 lots 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved sewed ; Blacksmiths Bellows, Cotton a01 row Oas: Buckwheat Mustard. Rice. Soap,
nos
-S block 124 lots 1 to inclusive unimproved S Horse and Dray Russet Brogans. For sale by Cards, Spades and Shovels, Cauldron anSrgar For sale by B. ELLISON & CO. received, and Tor sale by
block lots n.nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved. FOR! sale cheap. Apply to B. ELLISON. & CO., Pans, Ploughs, &c. &c. for sale by Eec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts. JUST 11 H. F. A55 EJJ_ -
J2 McCULLY, 50 Water st. Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts. B.
block lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved 1 E ELLISON & Co Candied Fruit. :7TS i.ThATs LIFE PILLS AND Pfi

block 127 Iota nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved! 7 Bagging and Hope, School Jtooks. _Dec- -9 Cor._Water. and Chestnut sts. received from Havana, and for sale by lvi. BITTERS, just received and for sale I *
block 128 lots nos 1 to 10 inclnsive unimproved ; sale by McCULLY, BOOKS, ot all kinds j just rec'd by JUST
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block 129 lots nos I (o 10 inclusive unimproved. FOR ov 11 E 50 Water st. )SCHOOL J. C. ALLEN. Bailey's Tonic Mixture. E McCULLY.JUolasscs. Nov 21 J. C._ALw--.

I block 13 lots not 1 te 10 inclusive unimproved 1 THIS is a valuable compound fluid extract of IIEETINGs'. Shirtings and Prints b1
block Iota nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved.block Cider. S QUININE, Camphor and Pjperine, !ust re- and Rubra, a vegetable febrifugefor KCHHDS West Indies ; 50 tierces Florida, S bale and low for cash bv
case,
132 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ; '50 BBLS Champagne, for sale by (or sale by the cure of Fever and Ague. Sold by U\J for sale by B. ELLISON & CO. H. ELLISON & C 0.1

block 1S3 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved.improved., Dec 30 B ELLISON : Co. April 17 II. F. ABELL. June 13 H. F. AB'ELL. Dec 30 Cor Water and Chestnut sts Dec !. Cor. Water and Chestnut






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