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ViL+ AD ERTISER,
S ,.^ l .1 THU-RSDAY PY
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S W.G. Mi. DAVIS, EMiloa.
Oltie, Third Siorv Baltzell's Buildings, corner of
Comtnere. and Chestnut streets.

;.L- uBscatpris.=-j -Thr~ee Dollars -per an'num,
-+0 "p't i atva,.'e, or$:$i3 50 if paid within six
months, or .14 1:.0 if paid thereafter.
No subs-rptioi taken for a less-term than six
-. inmths--and) .R2 wil! invariably be"clhargd fo.r
thit period. N,) piper will be discontinued until
all arrearagie3 are pi'-d, ,mle-s at the optionr,of the
proprietor. .. ...
\ D vm r n t r i a t : ? r s- i >? -i ,q t u r ( 't .e l v e l I ', n e ,
nr 1',e will b,? mn;i'ted at Hi,- rate 01t One Dol-
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di : 1.1nt ,\vill b,- tn v.jt.l '1; but ,ill :tl errl.-+ int' n,-,t
strctiv pLrtat nlll to their ,r.vn bilsiftess as well
a' all lan 1, a tv,.lrrim,'rit- saL in by them, will
bo charni2d at thI I.| u .i >l rate-s.
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M1Y OWN DEAR NATIV41
-BY SAMUEL D. PATTERSON.
I've wandered far indistant land
Beyondold ocean's wave,
And stranger hearts and kindlyha
A generous welcome gave:
I've stood among the high and g
In many a lofty hall,
Where titled wealth and glittering
Held joyous carnival,
But, kind and generous and war
As were the hearts I met,
Their welcome had no power to
Or lure me to forget
My own loved land. The memo
In bower or stately dome,
Across my soul, with magic gleam
Of.my own dear native home.
What, though its fields are wild a
Itf mountains rough and high 1
And-tempest floods in angry mo
And turbulent rush by 1
It is the land of free-born men,
Who sputa oppression's thrall,
And every mountain pass and glei
Echo ro freedom's call.
No tyrant foe shall ever wave
His conquering sceptre here ;
The heritage our fathers gave
Their offspring hold too dear,
With high resolve, and faith since
Apatriot host they stand,
To guard the fame, unstained an
Of our loved native land.


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venienti ap'1114 or useful for the purpose, I EATAB'LES IN ITAL.-Roasted chestnut
to. keep o, 61 e l in comfortable warmth. are the potatoes of Italy. You see then
LAND. I wa's 10:k':. gh to get possession of cooked in every street ; they are very good;
9. A te croWA'-efo k a calico concern of and are brought to the tables ofrti.e great.
ikrie'gael fc s d and textures, not unlike Pumpkins as large as a man can ciriry 'are
-the r-t ftla 'i-rfaip elderly gentleman quo- cut up in slic*U and sold for a quarter of a
ands tedJh t,4e- 14, ture .'A matter of accom- farthing each. -,They have no beef, except
modat, r to t e co han who had loaned the misertbl6 flesh of the *Hite 6x, worn
a me a.large red comrnorter, to tie around my down To a skeleton with drawing their lum-
ng state neck, I carried od my arm his French horn. -bering drays '"
One of the other giants, professed a musictfl The skinned lambs and kids hang up bji
.Mproficiency upon the jaw bohne and had dozens at the bu"tfters' doors, no bigger
been fortunate enough to secure a mosf for- than a cat. When'tiought to [tie table .il
charm, midable specimen of that musical, article, the form of chops, you may-cover a single
several "flays previous, and whic/-i he had one with a half crown piece: Fruit is cheafpr
rycame ornamented with, sundry- pieces of fancy anbd'delicious, grapes a penny ayp)ounr. a, p- /
am colored ribbons and s8-veral small bells, and pies and pears a iatthiltp, anil tle'h0"e- 0 .
which he hoped-to c.try sagljyl tp the city lighiful bpag bfra.half.CX: Ti ,- Vi
tndrude, s+-troltJ 'of ourremW A .4 -fra'm milc camii. brea.-.... .ree -6. sou- r .but i.r.ay ..
paign. ." procured at the confectioners, made in the
iod The whole corps, arrayed4INSs'ucl a lout Eng-lish way, at treble the cost. The nufH-
ensembledis 1 have+', feebly deseibel,,pre- ber of small bIrds sold it stri'Tpgs, ready'r0"i
sented, "y the d _Im tF light above-mus, a lite Campagba, is extraorktinary. Fowl
en band of curiosities fit for 11 tre'as'oPn,.'rate- may be bought at 5d. apiece; Turktays ari
gems and spoils," and that would jrdoirbt- very abundant; you sge-ibehme driven ifl
edly have made the hair of any sKra, way- flocks like sheep in England, blocking ul
farer bristle upon his sconce had he-g6lten the street. They are very common food
a fair sight of usin that wood. We were among the lower classes, who usually buy
not long in arranging our dress, and as soon halffa turkey, arrd I have frequently remark-
as the act was duly consummated, we took ed the dexterityanfid expedition with wbicll
ad clear, up our line of march. After trampling the stall keeper will slit the turkey iih tw
along until-abo1ut three o'clock, A. M., in for thbe convenience of purchasers. Young
Which We made abbouiJlt e nmies, we began wild boars hunted in the Campagna, witl
,. tofag out, and in spite of o6ur extra log- porcupines from i tt-eaine district, are con-.
gery, the heavy dew anil coliI'air made our sidered great delicacies. The abundance of
fi.-T, TH tour anythmi but comfoTtabf6or ex6pedrtious.. vegetabless is quite surprising. Brocoli is.a
IAN. -; Allof a sudden, the dull monot-ony of the great article of food-very excellent and very
*road side was Meieved by the appearance of cheap. All sorts arie cooked in the street,
n ,he l,,.a a tlousc, some distance up from the road, whence you have Them brought hot tb your"
ivoral -other and it- was-strongly urged &.the clown and table. The natural richness of the soil iit
Ratk"eU- we ', that we should go upJi!J arouse the peculiarly favorable to the growth and Ier-
etmsylvaoia; "ilks, get warm and gSi~et ng to-eat. But feciion of vegetables. We had in the mid-
,ual-n.c ,athtps proposition was'oerruled by the comic dle of December, greeno peas adnd asparagus
i.".e' not'bi""ir stger, whoesnjed,a catringe a little further for dinner. Their +pastry is excellent; and
f the leather ou, +b the oad-s0ide, and up to the carriage the, water, sparkling from -.be fountain, is the
t ma -o y^3' .aim.rched at'nd finding no preventive to firinc4 m the world.
m y P08 .... -
bat we had-o. (.o r1bracng so fair and favotiable an open- -, i
therin :, g .,:g, iq d the carnage or old hack we lum- .+-ISHERMAN.- I was one "i a. -
In + b t d v- a b t f r g up on ,.he w harf w here a fi~ ni n ooat
cleared, e... -" ._'" brief respite from the night -t8 g
ein of atr -11r, restf-*r-_;eajieod lee~s and take a little "ly, and asdYa passing and repassing, th.
and ,;,ia, if,, "ap, v3 "* -. "-. muster wak'ftering. the most tremendous ,.
-+ .r er a series of good. .kes. .hipO w 'i +- At. ... I tl .. him,," a .

away'.snug as Sir, F.am r naequainted with y;ur-bts
- ":'d-','8s. Two of us sat on the front seat and, d ne'sWhat kind of fi-shes ai'e-tese ,
11~ ~ "L dnh^3 thd6al^back sea, anod Jby choice. ibet fle- Hepliea-; ftoy aro cod -Ia;^
dh Spiread hims fi-out i, th],e middle, ot, o .- u o-t
, -, w i t h .h i s k n e e s i g a i n s t o n e d o a r a n d h i s t o _o b . "
Rottrern, )iead aol horns agaipt the other door, pil"-TTw-n o. three% wevkes. -
e :.,oi,064,,-,hL Jaw,:, A a AI iiit price-d" you 4ll Iheitt
e a .r^ ^ ^en K-n. h^lUtfion' of Butr "risbibt[iA,^B .='+U-fc .- He ,nformfea me;... ". .. *,;
....-,.... ^qwe ,-_. in occasional sore fron6 (hee W ell -ba e yo-a a." ork/ ^ .
u'h , r u ,,I r'.-<" M u a..ed. 'I -. .. .-
* .i t, J ./t ~ suat ed. Y es, ha;d w or ,
$'s, and e 'hag(. int0 ,short cuts" myself, *-I'nquired.:W lth ,,tdoyiQU5afH he
v,._i:_ nd a s puV' ng in my d fiebas ke~u h, nn- -I? X-:+. :-":" '
(' .rollin .u e a s k t "-pu" h ''h .. ... &-.. .... ,. I
ne they a,,0 ^.r i^^g W e ^ tg ...m .4 ... b. I
.... e ru, ",, ? 4--eafd'`trt oj' chgind, -t-a'mrp o6f haztes,. I d you everucatch m elier .. i "1
I our hoel 6 al i yutc V. Vo pt bMing vI i .i .L*. S : Y .... ( Yes

otd re tf w -" .e d n ye tha t 'iZ-iens s id' r ltra e -t 1inte 1 r t ra'ba t -? h ,
,we should ,u ' ". h Allow 0-e. .n .lie .. .. ., + --
,, barn rent w .as 'h~ ing g 'ea red up, a ed(,~ia te.odid ,,Bo tibftji rew ru n- in.. .>. '' -< :
ise tt w 'o, ;1 r'e tea t, ,re should 6e~ ha.u-ed O ff, there 'w as." N ow "t[ ^ h ave o hien th-o u ght th at S araH
unan 'i-- no st, where i '.. .. .. .^*'-"as very d~ch htke a fishfinmn. He hlway-
the ~ Di- lien l ',Iwhispece, Fotdtcatiro siri,'r,, bais bis hKOl with tb',t kind of bailwtcBi .
, "- ickl .: *o" ". ;, .k' ... ', T' h dj I sM or sin.erS hke best ; ht t
, at Um y) .d'he rt, t, --,. o ", be.n. i ould catch a .'4ne swearer, --
... th w e... "eBy tlu-der rhey'dre. Sewi,- hr.Y,.- I-2d^1?" 1ko t trouble' to put ok rany, bari'
I, -w shuld i ..... : carrag! "' ', 'a/*ei "l* ra the fool se ll always birkat 4-a e

ano ,m d.; t, an E ?. .yesi daam m e ';ih .l~~e ;;ity^ ^ -\V hal's . r, '.o .. ... ';-; ^
i r ; ,t h e n e t o b e^ -_ o n e ? +. k .i.i : i ,n l t ^ a "s i l e n r ,^ t l j s c o u n t e n a n c e .w a lt
,res:. alh-,ri "_fI.tN.. said I, "keepqumt.o:. flCt& .a.__- and after a .((norftenms pause, ^as I
!y barn '. run-:or' iecks broke !" + '." d- -.- ,', w .ti l.o ,go afway, I heard him sn Ioione
/'and,.all: W I aroused the others, 'quiely,-;nd all be'- osi'.' ng him,oI guess that's a miniist-. ,
adt t-oherably,- g "rea y for the grand dash, I gaves r-ti^ ^" ..7 / n'M'zirovo~. .... J -;. IA . i I) I.i
+r h a nim a l P re nc h h o rn a te rrifi c '.b la -a -a -a t la la~asl:.!. .' '} 'l *. +" .-
+tiy are, 'we- tOpen went the door+ e1' the .hack, and ot( i+,. <%HE;IurLitr.pLeiA "*SATtRDAJr C(^i- \ ,"
-ok) "h w.e bounced, one after annlher, but beforb'I +tg /+-i-Thi6 rt'oel was- sohl at. auctidri, *-, .:*
I.nComug started aS i heaveandearth were at Lljeir 'for.-" 000.b'. Iv_. .5lkakin h o'nii b r i ". -
the lieu e ... ,,hi-sp d Q"O b" it" his ";n or" i'A "~ '+ .





i 4eish an oae0f-themO berng partly hitchoed ,'aror. 0r wbrha'eins fli r'se b e-
and 4 ".m.ho.. "be-- -l.144anes.wei'"rer, - "f '





I dr- k t 'Bt hs. h taf .obf the.. hack, gave t suc -"a .e r t p aft
..... ,e,-, E 1 lhat l ee shaft, or tongue, few awt.-ol" r6 ,o'taf k.
rs itl._s .- 0 1-m ..:..!.s i h i quL L .' i s .pa se a



n....... w er e t.,knuockeddownoneof the Dttch o'v "a "y hea d-., _i t-do
ae il.ra.tio ...... ba rkse d the s of the elOW'tlyand allrev -l41e -:-: bygI u ih at's a i nibi, '.m"
e were like ead over heads0tf.hedoor of lhaJ .aI^^ ^^.sra i ^ '' ,,"' .;,,
ial we were -o o a pile ofn t backed stones. -d =. R i `L e s '-- wb- d-,,', ,'i:.R . ,
s, .... ra he entic e d perform anoee were ey xecu butI- 'e ...... -....sol'd .*.,
at ot, ori',g sot.+sbddeniy and brgelat, lhat s horse, 'bY. 0_!^elf|Co^ r, o '.hhi dg i d -"-'
d .o.. .tarte d au'hmen -were just about -freghieo ir 'forllyff. -4y. T I I *
b a- s f ; U ,t CT tr~f e ir d o al c a s e s b e fo re lihe y -. du Id b i a ^ -, ?'''' ,, 1 *-' '' ".' '-_ "" ", *- .* ^," *7 "':.
,,,n, fiddle, to ,m,,.ine who or what the dev,' we-.'ff^r ^ ^ ^er.J~hg0mH.man^m ad.d ,.
"ut and .+ e Oc of -tt 0^ t D dtch mta n bo led a t the. tir^ ^" ^*^ ^' l i I' OdrJii f o+ m y pocket pl, mel d.. :" + .
s inve-.. an.d he perfonnance, but his lesi l Iick^fizied72]l iaes-lee t >
.S .,s ;,, .n ot ored y the tongue ef llie nack, v it su re 11:--aii-,-,-0 ,

', li"m,'" headd and horns' and the "l "aw "one'"n" '.Tasn tua t-er nose was g^et'r.tt r
: a.-S he gave-ofre awful bood.u .a ..-^"e shed. rah as x lycni t
to drinkaall' k Aog, bu oe, }, rr
SS~~~~~~c 4.'aAta "Ou h sbafgor tongue, flew And ,e Ae da fem.eba~.,nnrdo






,,,n .. .,; .. bro ke like a 'tqu water liprse do ,,n ,he turh- ..' .' "o ^ l -,er fi g" ... d
. .. .W -I tP l l1 6 D c a v l ,+ .. .s l .r e a k s/ w e r e -. b e g i n n i n g I ,o ^, .* m, "r ,l ,o n e ,"mm ri .
hi le, rPPst. i" and le eele lS nose-. .. ,'- ,,ti
attached a o" e k.. ck- d po s ibe, Du -o "s '"th .o lm l s .'
Ij .a s b e ll,, a tcc om ^ n ts ,u t h e fi rs t..^ o o ~d s w e c am e ^ P 1 ^ t ,p /-.'. .. .
ata part of .to," B.e on, flnd tjat our.:tfakf,_t that- Wlhen Jhe question was agil+.'tu L'pn-++
ividuIl aj-s6-.= ^^ra :ra'. '^" .cr^.:ah.v.i'- don, 'wh>b..ould te ie h^sus~i ^.cet~riuL "


ieh' he ivas !,-g7U f4..*" ^ a-ra eetba^ t iw:.olt'nth.,t h cbuid. ti f gIt o'i 5.u -
i were ".hr inorses' .u, W., dv V 'lelm^' who bad a tallng-s'. ..
it %Vs nl v 1 3 ton SliWl. O *suz4gtuse and gM-r7 rii.o:pth~n'n % txJ.
ectC,- !~r?~ ade-.i
;tyedm w (e' ,, .-. .. :." -:; -, ,^"- -, gp n e ^ ;' >' :
lr., .,tn, ",.4: **,,, ;',, q- ^ ^" '^ '-,,ahd,~','^ ^' *W "' ^- nW' .lin' -%h- o'*^J- "'e't-.e ^ ^ -.
a ir. Ths ,un-` he-oasua T ph, "pe .oi#s6t ^To ag ,
iePti, a -on gentleman w ,ho.' -' Xb o ervWgd co,.0 -aw 4
d -a p;air of "" a aoeliew r in..C3"l 'isla.h ^^.^ wir. +. : ._ .,-..
|is-irow sert it.' .T his is-as _rea "-it ,,- -t ienr- l .. g .o r t '_-le .i.be..: --, r -
tg ravelling of the eroeratLepa.p r .: e1:. 161"h' O.f.8ip A ^ ^,L ,L "
w I ken -|he was nominat 'ed^ "P ikd, '-f^. " ..
n.also s:,id ho,' was "-a very ,o 'e ,hbB A) s1
.io, l aJ ;)nd, Lioc0 ot ile coutlry.. ..1- :: *,.. ', fefie ul xltkx i'Fl autv lo'wIfidei ".. -'


j,. FLYNN,
(Late T. CLA1RK.)


a Utts fn ro o *70 fmvtorp


Underwood & Caigh,
TAILOR, S,
BALTZELL'S BUILDING, CHESTNUT-ST.
Apalachicola, Fa.
.8-Al1 orders attended "to with punctuality
and despatch. Jan. 20


BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
(ii j CONTINUES to carry on the
J business in Apalachicola, oppo-
s site the City Hotel in Centre st.
l Having superior workmen, he is
confident that all who may patronize him will
find that they have called at the right shop.
French Calf-Skin; Morocco, and Patent Leather
Boots and Shoes made to order, of t~he latest and
most approved style.. Also, Patent Leather Gai-
ter Boots and Shoes made in a superior manner.
He will keep constantly on hand a large and se-
lected assortment of Ready Made Boots, Shoes
and Brogans. All mending, &c., done with neat-
ness and promptitude, and on terms that cannot
fail to be recognised as in keeping with the com-
-petition in trade and the closeness of the times.
* .Ap`4athicolU, Dec. 9, 1 S47. -;. -- .-.47-6m


T11. N, Scott & Brother,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES;
r" HATS, &'c.;
C.or. Water and Centre-streets,
Dec- 23" .,' Apalachicola, Fa.'
*' .~ ~ g e -: -

SHIPP'ING &.. A fOMMISSION,.- MERCHAN'1Tr
: .--' "", 2' ?,,N 40 W ater!S re.et, -".-
De&6 23. A- .' lii'h.,,i, Fa. .
k,'.tm. W.,SIMS. WM.W. CHEESE.
Simims OkcCheever,
COMMI.SqT.-N, MERCHANTS, *
'Oflfice-No,. 6 Water street.
dec23 /' Apalachicola, Fla.


Underwood & Caighi

Ah RESPECTFULLY offert heir ser-
Svices to the citizens of Apalachi-
cola, and the county of Franklin
generally, in the line of tehir pro-
session. Having monthly com-
munication with the principal
n Northern cities, they will be ena-
bled to furnish their patrons at all
4_ timeswith the NEWEST AND LA-
TEST PLATES OF FASHION, receiv-
ed monthly, showing at a view the most Fashion-
able Style-, of Dress, which will be a decided
advantage to a fashionable community.
N. B. Gentlemens' Morning Gowns and Eve-
ning Wrappers made to order; Cloaks of every
description made in the usual forms of the day;
Walking and Riding Gaitors made in a superior
manner; Tunic Dresses and Boys' Clothes of
every description made in a neat and fashionable
style. All garments-made at this establishment
warranted tot" -
0- Shop, Second S-totry Batzett s. Buildings.
Entrance on Chestn6ut street. '
, October 14, 1847. 39-6m
",^- A plate of .tall and Winte'r FTashions just
received. i: :


Roberts,- Allen &k Co.,
DEALERS IN HARDWARE AND SHIP
CHANDLERY, IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
/ SPIKES, AND CASTINGS,
And',31anufacturers of Tin, Iron, and Cop-
:.-, per Wares.
':dee24 : Apalachicola, Fa.
.C.Carles Rogers John Mun4. Eugene W. Rogers.
Chas. ogersA& LCo.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Water street,, .
dec .21. Apalachicola, f.


oV-l ed h1im-
tible comic
bite wi-, a
igham c-oat,
y! shocking
alter article
0U'+of course
sell" and the
6 found con-


THE HAUNTED CARRIAGE '-Of
VIL AND THE DUTChMiV
]BY FALCONBRB3GE.
;In my vagabond days, wven ir
trial line, in company wita,sei
rovi'g spirits of a. corps+ -d'ran
werei up in the interior of Pe
among the Dutch farmers and equ
viHlages, and as our. talernts were
penetrated by 'ihe leaden eyes ,of
,l11aadedifolks of that region, yoe
.biyjbe prepared to suppose th
,omaiy rand monstrous slim gat
"n esp pur show. .We seldom
pre/Mre&8ve, by-.jfie ancient system
,ling gein't e'Yi by clearing but,
"w'ere obliged t(,d'0- j- 0eu as se
'a viev If y memory of-bB *
.se r e ai'y -,. .
One nighi after a Vain attemp
crowd d housee,, or tan laft fyu
a little village of Berks Cou'nty,
._oimrnmunity Were.r 01 .DuIc as
we held -a private levee, alfer th
,ance, to de),ise \Viys addr .'ftF@-
ourselves:,-?from v,,rio'unedue, th
of"W hliL.i-moiu.ied t n;"lqiht46 su
,-mr.l--aove otar.-i mee~l"vs ''j
weather," to use"-anacoal pj)ra;
us at the village tavern; Peveral-d.
.eating, drinking, 'and .smoking
gentlemen risk living well, whi
abopt it,) of the corps, seven in..n
up A tolerable long score upon
'*klook~s, or bar-r.9om -ojoset dh'o
wfofden ledger..t;uon which .th
kep'thi` accounts. p AY) near g
finances we reckofned..tbat to pa
Wtrd.vbich w,,s prudent and just
have bur precio doorkeeper arrd- borough, lic*e
ov'ed,-}n' secopded, bv lhe
voIce ofh le.. .s,:iQ repadjate-
&'c'., -', .af,'er sqaari,.g~aeeouhc
1 iitiill(rd, and arran'giieg tl, gpats o
.-o-as.Ilb be for',ardfL-to us the
1?r ibe the-, landlord. to-be 'lnr
t e.i,, _gi, rsindlii flask of",' i-- e r
ab.o'i mdojght we"put out f<
sce3^of 'Wr.:,blisirionic "adventu
villaae somepfifteen miles d.istan
It.'as i 1.1b.fall of the year"
conI tt Lit eI htrc4 eaar, ,t`e,- roa
plainT. aud we running: v'r".M
* spici*i as s.rolling playrerS;-RQS
, went the first':ire rniles liko' br
nextree miles were-tedious, ans
tie air got, most iinenscly coo
10 wood, on the roatkside,-it was
seconded, that al. hah be called,
arou.n.d, a smoke, and a. few mint
We did so. For awyhile our to
glib. haid uhile the smoke and e
(df tik,---lemonade -.lasted, 'we
Paddv's pigs, "- merry devils ,
l)no.i BUI '11 cold night air
evaporatot ofartificial animal he
so we, discovered, and as 'some "I
of out company carried carpetI
wkLJb slhow to.ggery, a Pretfch.-h.
e'tc.,):' ee 1lo ihes %ere tumble ed o
5ar h'hinself in na |iat,-fd" lh.
ti &1ie -** nxig i Y a I min
"kbel)hcig (ff hfie nilpping-. eager-
"Ttte3yyhole five of us'riiiged .B^
-iiaev.incongruities, mh way o v.ar
':-(lisifiltr -dress, which tihe Well
,pet 4.a0s of the Iwo comecdiaus,'(
b'bvrt' bbye,)-amply iLirnished -(h
lthGiown liimsell', |)ut on "his dl
"calt1 0, which, as usual, were
pai- ol red horns, and sundry b
.cotering'his .head and,-kept tl
sysmeni covH'rtlible. This indi
owned I[be fiddle, and t*o wh'i
"ardetily, attached, as thcinglf'i
suweeleqt toned C'remonn'(whi'ch
.66'n.iderable) Ole Bull ever (orit
.kidsoit.ee wlvli. The clown geti
ri'6d his fidl'e in a lona, white ba
der h'is arm. and ho"ns oilh'iis'I1
-light -ack coat on ilhis back, an,
yellni. breecltes puJted on over hi
.made-Jiim, rnther a :fancy lookiu
man bJv starlihgt .
re .owuer of the Freueh" i bn~
c6m~ic songas, I;ur whiclh pu.r'I0:ff
3leiaht'en. (he effect, he had pro
.selln ve'ry roie'sque+ Jand irresist
dress~and lIona; tailed .while ,wh
swallow~ tailed "ied, ad whife sin
,red4' y~st ,and; a rery /pecul~iari
'broa,.lUrmmined white hat, lire: I
hle woi'e upon allhoocasioos," a-n
"it wlaf aboul al thlis scene. ,M-ys
other two chaps wore whatever We


J. STrEVENSON. ,T. H. AUSTIN
J. Stevenson & Co.
S M- E R--G H A N TS ,
CL) MMIS NION5[B-(H N
.. .. -* N D '.-, .. .
L-:t,' T.. PALRS IN DRY GOODS, &c.,
'.' ..: -No. )-3 W ater Strt et, :"
o.e. 2:1'..S) 7 Apilachicol a., Fa.
JRL'-.,!AH D.AY'. IJNtEI. J. DAY.,
i"..' ""%.,]-. .Day & Co ."
C.O.M M ,i S S I ON ME RCQ H A NTS,.
..- :,,.' .. No0.52-Waterstrek;
Dec 2 ..Apalachicola, Fla. -
.la- |-i-i for LLOpS; also,: Agents for the
*'; ." iil,' ['''ll'r i t" nr ,3 i : ,''i:. tl,1' P r,,l=,:rt:rior In-iii -rarce
Co." aud iht "i"- irturd Ii-ir'rie.: Co." Hartford-
I'.'.1 r[n
.. = D B .: \ V 0o o d ,O b, ,
3- -lX.S ..J [ .N. 'ANT' F 0 RIT,\A R D I N G
S,- Vr P'. MPI N A N I S,
. ._, -/ N ?.. 4- at .te' i-t' ,ee', + ',,
:: "Bfc Jfc .._ .* AI|a5.,cl~icjiil, Fa._


SANS SOUCI HOTEL,,
Billiard Saloon, ;
~ AND + I."
ElSTA I'RA R.. ,
A jx~uTHE pTbliacm'e respectftillyvinfori.ied
that tre abovd e-sablj.,h.hentbhas been
entirety Y'-fi~laL d'-s no,\V&op'n foriKh
receplion of pel -pemeun'and f'ansien' YBoarders,
and the subscribers h9p'e b y sirict.altenton to the
bussinesq ot their houseto,'bepecond to none in
rendering I heir gde~sts-o6tpnffif'bfe Their tabta
will be supplied at'dill.-meg 4i6th'every delicac.y,
the tharket affordls. .-PLanlers and Captains of
vet'ssels will find thija very convenrir]t.6 ane..,.
Game, O slers; &c served, up -at al! h6ursi and
in.1he be..t "st.)lte. The Bart wit be"hmll stocked
'Mfh the choiedt Wines, Luu_,rs-and Segargs. 4i,
-/*;T. ~rtPth 0 oa b'li.4r'ei' i3 a"'Tl ltaTara '
lonjP. spa:iPou, and %%ell lit up.
Grjtqlil flor past i'avor!t. h h, .ibscribers hope
t 1,at their friends and the public will continue to
'*?.tslacj~ti>' m.. : .
; ..4 :" -- J-AMES, GIBSON & CO.
" November 11, 1847. [. "43-tf.


.'iN. M< w. N. C',",bR-iniuN' -CHAs. PRATFT;
-* *N" "y i. mIt ay. C 0.
; C OI '. I 1 1-1N I I M F R CI-".A N T S, ,
.. .N .I. -10 '.' .,tpl .-tre :* t :,
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.. iI. A .-&I. In. mill.
v.U'I'Ol-; & C.)OMMiSSI,_)N MERCIANT:,
SN.o. 4. V% alr t 0-,.
-.,~ N '.. rI -,
:". DeDJ- 2 -11 Ap'AL\!CH-J.:'L-, F-A ?^
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.., r^ ,. S.419. 'No0tc it. '

A. SYWVEY (T ^CR
-- :__ 'e a l ] l.'i..i. .. i ..... ...r. ._2" 1.1
'cenrr-d a,,J Hi~t, +tL'.?ts, ,,tnt,.ti.5l-lL M ,,,-i,,,
%H -.i-.i?" s* ":*- N ,',v g ,


or.I Conmi lerce and CentrO,-sts.
40iHEfsubscriber respectfully announces to' his
jL: friends,, n4othe Public, that-he has opened.
tle' above 4ou-3e, amni Soli(its -their Patero'age.-
IThere will. always be" found at the bar- ",,.
.election It, Liquors, ;".. Pines..an Seg'a., dl
Min i Hn-e tH t ih his assistant, will pay strict at-
'tefi tmai'tb-thoc'se that d(ohDeo) Drop.in.'
* '. "- "FRAN6IR,-B NGTON...
_,N.. B. Hot Lunch daily at'l' .'A. N : E,
Feb. I L, 4-14S. 5-tf ."
}';,., ., .- .. k e.,
Apalachicola. Expkyge.
T THE c' r i ric'r 9^fma. ei rends
aud the public in g IelpBlha.he has be-
come the Propriei ?.'tf ,46b ,ve -%%ell
k,,. n fiuIi,,, aqy vvill? be- pi, -d t r fri tain!
any of the tramtiting cojrnn'tr ntf,'tlhat'., rnA, Ifavor-
him %%ith he',r kotaim, ator'l lso'acconjino-
date resident b'ardcirs,. "The-Bar willtilwavs be
supplied i)i gentneJ~iuorS.pf the choicest
quality. JOHN PATRIDGE.
A. iala.,:'h' ,ola, Nov. 14.z, i'sf3 -


Alpal';,: :h cul.a, Fa.
:'- ,. ,,,, i-.i t .I-. ;,t fh t- M ~m sti ,:.;. H .-,usj.
i i -,"* : )i. I" 1 [ 7 ;',,.l ." "
-- Dr. A. '. Ch pital .S ""
".l_., H:_.'e ,,i t the D r,.,:: bt,,e 01'B.. s. H l\vl. ,
i,',,t..,,,,'e ,-,i C lislnt, streI t.) RA ;ide|,:e at t L
h,.m,,_, L tt,-v l'":,(ie piedj by Di0 B.Itzell'. .' ,
.J,,.ri .ir lI-_!. 1l- l |3. ,.. -- tf .
C. tm.. v's,
X\T rFIiNEY AND COUN.'EL[OR AT LA.W,
,i tl,..i] :,j ii '.+r~ c 11 t, the public in r itlier'of tlie
lli, .. v e e a pC 'I [ tI'I -3
It 1. i, pr.o.'tice r-g.iiarv. Franl;lin, Cat-
N.,"u i r 11 \ .|t,71 uo~I iv.l uit Cf.ouirt!- 3ah] ,,%\J, up,,li
i']-.__..-i"d;,l rrel.iiner. ;act ais C(i'.,,tet,_ In1 ellS t-'Purt
: tl illl.. :. \V-,I stz? i <'i'- it. H e .ill -,o.
tr. >-' |vI?>- u1Ath!. .- ITIrt' ...I" A tp_,F l at T.llarI ',w -
,.-... rit-,, ?.;,-s,,|-iii. rof. \wichi, lhe wiii alwva,,s-be
l', -cv-_elr ,a inless3pre\eL-ited l,\ a,',:idelit.
A-['^lj',:ni.ol.% i, lqrS^{t,rci: ." 1l"4,.
A. G. seei-fies,
ATTp!).R'NEY. A F L AWAV.
,3= O 'fie,-' \ C. ". C',. t. .S\'/f. ;f.),, l. S ,izi ,
,','i. ,., C>'e[itri3 ii Cf(rniiiel'e St'rret-.. .
.. ... . __ _- .' -]. l c i ';^ F h
IIt..E.Owens, ":4.-1.
.1 T T R N E Y A T L A I .
L P- L N. B-o Bubonr C ', irttv, .l 'a.I '.
"+"A lirtl 29;- q', v .... "- *- '. ' .*' .f *^ ft .

DR. L. FEUCIFrITW i Ill.'s-
"Rat, mouse A- (.'CockrontaCv Pi(iA4an
rT H-IS. very ertfi,ie..u? erenL-.l\ I{ett-e.\,tt-fniiHa
T t,'rY i11iiredialel it'a prpper a',plicjtidl." be
' iadeaot e ll _aI theT-)-ove named- Tlit .Tance. -Ii:
Flea and MAoqti.,to Poison. ham aWift-4hd a v.evrtS.,
teu.,sive elebrlt t;.,r its i iv m 'iab1t idest ruc'('"vt L p rZ'-
perdes t.:, thdL order I-f ins Q .,i, .Sor salo 1\.
Augutt 14 C. J, C. .AU_ Driiggist.
1`60e-eswe Fo101-1', <4ji_,1ii Biller,
..A N.P. sue -a," t,, .(e -a t-..c H'E E'E, ,.r C e
"-Z"LhvY- t E" E"IMcCCLL YL '
. ,^b H ; .- .'i f ; .I0.L X\\' ter st. "
1,1-jrTATS aifd: Clqapsiv the ca;e l-ow I'nr ca~li by
"" "..- .. '-" B. .L'LISON & CO. "
.,,_D_ -. ';" eCr. 6&Vwati-,'"d e. Cle.trit .t.


i G ^,',lt1 :. \; ", t^ l ::-* l :. +.X^ ^ l^ [l A : + s ,
.. ',, -, N,)".' I' \ J *rlt'j'.^.
.'" Dec 5 -3'" .-'-t-ll ,.hJ e.:,l, Fa.
-,,..: -I11+,...] +a !.. .3 ,,*.% ,
'* 'OF)I:-! -. : i.t ^ : lt'A ij. r s,

'* ~ ~ ~ I .' 1 ^ ra ^c .41'E? Et, 3 14'3
*. ~ ~ ] .^"^ .. ,: ,I*r^V *.^ld"Sl.s:[ it.') s3. .
-i--H- 4-^f~'' 1 *i& \A l'-1l>l T'a. *
V~~a kl si-.slip "
.~~~~~~~~~~~46 ."1,,-- ':2 ilJl\.k."


Cityl Hotel, Tallabiassee.
N" OTIGE.-4 have to, ir'lorm.n',v 'friends and
the patrons o tfisitu house, Ihat 1, hp% i? leased
it. and thaj, if will herealter be c,:,udueted by
WILLIA.Xl-EMING .'AY, Esq. who has for
man) vea'cbeen curyiected with [he first clas-i
H,,t'l- .at tlie Nort.h,.ani. reeenlL) from the.Aitre-
'l-Ian Hor.el in Nekv Yurk. Bcleaving he witl
keepali t.xce.f4nlluite, ajud s' 6'e no exertion or
expense t,.tn j meAd the hoe'hspo ,-.frifktds and thu public.

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TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. A'
N (lie inanagen-ment of this Ho:,tel, the ttnd'e-.
_signed Wvill use his best .-xertivus to please his
giuest-i. -He asks the public for their p.,atronage.
-ILLiA9F-HEMINGWAY.
.November 11, 151",. 43m-6m. -


f, "-- .. 7.,U- & -..d
a .sotd up.ght..ltm. .ef "u ndersad'ing."wr'
.-'y lpuWli'.11iings if'ubsu-isained by Nh dgtd t
they are lelf to creep 'along'the grountdlA1 ; .'
ye who iorgeis the. founta ft.-Fro m %.wiicpt.
h"p d raiik, and the iree nnderinch he garrjrit'
boiled in the days of his yodnh,, is- a-atriqn-
ger Io thQ sweetest impressions6fihe hrad,,.
heart. 3t'-'


A T I E ^E, -U M
Bowling. Salo aijd Billliand

THE propriet,:,r ot'. 7"" -- Atlheria-ium B,:. linag
u Saloon" ha-, usted every enleavor to m'.ake
the establishment aii agreeahle plare of resort,
and is thankfltl ihat an ever dsicrjniinatwni i.,,b-
lie p ro ve b.N liber.il p atro ,:rjai e ti eh'e a -, .rec l ,
of tits'desire to plei-e. He will alwa-' keep a
choice as3orltnent !of Liqtluor, ald refrenhin,
beverages, of a surt to tickle the> palates ,f OlOW
Bacchus' mos-t f _ftsdl ofs-i and Oysters,
cool and, deliciouz, l'rehi 'rom their native bjnks.
For a p-lleasant c.:,mmizlinrg of exercise and
"amrimendn.t--ntj ile evind,//c-there is nothing
wit-t-Hitl[e circle of zymnastics- to c,-_mpare-witih
SL_ 'Itrie-of ten-pirns"; but those preferrint leiss
active amusements. can always tI'.ee a hanid.
'~-,, Gom'e 0ne-cotre'all." -
JOHN B, JONES.
Apalachicola, Deck 30, 184T. 5<-tf. ".


. :.*.-',:. :-"* T russes,.-
4 !NT^E-.hM double, fr" salibv
P ..J. J LC. L LEN.


., .* ,Vooke & tio
-;,. .OMM -)N S-7f^ 'S r
""" ." *. "..N rled sd -".tr5."
-ANDRE-,v.;.ClfoK_,. D R. "'%.(JiOt
feb '*. :b 1.'.
ZY.' to, -' i. M '" ,+ *- .
^ trot NDore fWR
Id 4 1) ct (A
1 "/ *: ''-'-.& D-OENP -N4E R .A-4, NT,"
.^ *'- ;. ; *' E'tT ^ A ALA.
," ". CdttiCto bohgllt onordS.. :: -. .
'* ';. '.: .f -,-'; Refers to -',,:
J, G. D ,. L. P' Ne .-n'., .-.-,,
J g:. W' k[r &- C =:L.


" giS n .M'sledi.cse4 p Chemical%.
SR suptplN, o' Di I s:-lU ; Medicins atld
+ uem. Ti, ita1.3, now landing from. bark- Relfori-,
and. for aLE-hy
N, Nov N'. J;'..C. ALLEN-


The Arcliduchess MIri Ia A ,-"K s
stnied, lias left ail her diamond."'w.fcirit le.l
received from Napoleon, and. W% 'al1u'e el
whiicli, it is ,,aid, -',mounis t0. 6,IQ t ,'e0flor-
in-i (about o'?00,000) Io ber t: -b"o' ,. }le"
Emperor, with a request Owtiait.'-I." Ui1MiVi,:e
themn amnoug ite 'fentiad'e" meiubA'""bf 'the
im perial ramiilv. ." ;


a it ardwadre.
rp]RACE. CHAI.N.., Spa|. Locks. aqo4,4d,
;JL _Wa,'unahdlar.t.BRow,-Drawir, q'K. iiVesond
"Irons, &c. &-'C, for sdle l..I'A bv '. "
. Nov IIl .E'I." M,:CU LILY, .5uWalcr-st,.


Bagging atid :,rope_ '-..
F O.R aleby E. MK<.EILr,
Nov N I' --.)" V er st.


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APALACHICOLA, THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1848.


[NUMBER 7.
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[From the Macon Telegraph.]
S6ENATORS HOUSTON AND IIANNEGAN.
Senator I-6kston is reported to have made
the (ullowintmwmarks at ieie late Democra-
ti ing in the city of* New York-
ay escape the small-pox, but you
/ ItPscape the cont'agion of land-lov-
!lli^^^Hre as you live, it will become a
par-t-m~r nature. There is not an AmYr-
ican upon earth but what loves I-anA. ht is
-a fiaet, though -I say so only in 1 'irs,
and ,vulgar way. (Great applause.- Your
*ancestors, when they landed at PlynTouth%
'upon that famous rock, were not long"(con-
'tented with (hat barren s[)ot, but proceeded
in their might, and w-nt on progressing at
lrameston as well as Plymouth, till all Ithe
iCountry was possessed by them. From the
first moment they landed, they went on
trading with the Indians, and cheating them
out of their lannd. Now the Mexicans are
no better than Indians, and I see no reason
,why we should not go -on ii the same course
mow, and take their land." -
This doctrine may suit such friends of
'progress in politics and government as John
Van Buren and his piebald associates it) the
State of New York, blit for our part we, for
'the Democratic party of this State, utterly
protest and disavow it. Su-ch language as
this must. and should demoralize this nation
in the just judgrement of tHie powers of all
,christ(>ndom- must and should destroy the
,power and influence of 'ire man wlho adopts
it, and whi!,e itwould tel I to debauch ilc
uinrlds of our *" ,, !.,, wOiul.il. j st as sairelv
break down the s;re!)g:h nf tite people, and]
make Inhe progress of time, a s(. t of' pirates
and spoilers, themselves, an easy prey to
t(ie sanme savage, c,.e pidiiy. That General
Houston should thIs speako-that lie should
say any thing or do ;tny thing, we care not
how inconsiderale or how reck less (morally,
not physically, does not iiithe least surprise
us. But it does surprise us to hear a Sen-
ator of the United States, and in the first
city on the Continent, avow his, and our
penchant for plunder and., down right rob-
* tbery will) ..le unblusliing gusto of a bri-
gand. As men who acknowledge our moral
responsibilities, and who declare ourselves
party men, or as frien'is in tlhe true sense of
lhat term to the country, we do, and we
have a right to, denounce, utterly reprobate
any such a spirit, or any pub~i,- men who are
under its gui lance. Ai'd as we say, speak-
ing as partly men and by the card. Gen.
Houston is rot only shamefully, grossly dis-
respectfu'tl to Mr. Polk, but not his friend in
seeking to commit arty ine~mber of the
Demnocratic party 1o this dis Jr;acefulinc.on-
sistency. We say, a;so, that Senator Hlan-
negan by his reso!t'- ions is, in ilais Mexican
difficulty as he was in tire Oregon negotia-
tions, unfriendly to the President, in seek-
ing as he does, to neutralize that just and
noble disclaimer made long ago, that the
denationalizalion of Mexico so, far from be-
ing designed by the President, was regarded
1.)y h,;m as a great evil, and one that should
be deprecated. "We say, also, that Gen.
Cass was un-mindful of Ihis pledges made re-
peatedly in the Senate. since the commence-
m.ent of Congress, that the annexalion of
Mexico was no part of the government poli-
cy, when he significantly said t!he other day,
we could swallow Mexico whole,, without
being any the worse for it.
The time has come, when we must on
this subject make a' lean breast of" it, and
discharge our duly to our party and the
country, so far as it can be compassed by
our poor abilities. We will not disguise
the (act, that we hive watched the progress
of public sentiment, or rather we should in
justice to (lhe people say, the conduct of
same of our representatives, as regards the
Mexican war, with great concern as well as
very grcat distrust. And in tire very start
we are constrained to say, that Mr. Polk has
not been, and is not at this hour, dealt iair-
ly by, in the management of this war, so far
as it depends on others. For he did (and
of course does -now) disclaitnm in the most-
imposing manner, and, in such a way as to
make his words assume the character of a
national plight of faith, that this war was
not waged for eonquest--nor has it been
prosecuted with a view of overturning the
government of our enemy.
Well, then, taking this as the starling
point, oald considering ourselves ais always
restricted in our latitude in the argumentt
b~y this postulate, how aire we to tolerate the
indecent repttdiationt by Gen. Houston, of the
party's pledge made through the President
for us? Hlow can we think Senator Han-
negan means, as a p~arly noon, to carry out
in good faith this policy of the President ;
or how justify this causeless speech of Gen.
Cass or regard it as either, consistent or p)O-
litic? We toek oeeasion long ago to in-
form our reade;s of lihe dangers likely to
growth out of the Mlexiean War, lhe. very mo-
ment its conduct fell into llhe hands of ambi-
tious and interested rnen. And the more we
reflect on (his whole subject, teeming as it
does, to our mind, unless prudently man-
aged, with all sort ofpecsts and affictitions to


the country, the more impatient do- we feel
at any departure from that course which
strict justice to our character and oursafety
dictates. We have said and do re-affirim
our'opinion,, th.it the march to the Rio Bra-
vo, even if it did occasion the war, is not to
he imputed as blame to our government, for
the moment we concede that up to the Rio
Cirande was disputed territory, it follows,
as a matter of course, tllat neither power or
both powers had the right to its occupancy,
in no wise could our entry into the neutral
ground be just cause of war, especially as
we went there with professions of peace and
friendly neighborhood. Well, Mexico said
11the whole or none," and struck for the
whole. For tier matters were made worse,
and she failed in getting' her title deeds
written in blood, as she wanted them writ-
ten. We claimed, subject to negotiation, to
the east bank of the Rio Bravo, and we now
have it by the act of Mexico. What then ?
Not an inchothe other side was ours-con-
quest-aggressive war.-the national exter-
mination of Mexico disavowed, and we only
contending for indemnity to our injured
citizens, and security from aggression for
the future. Let's have th6 indemnity to
the thousandth part of a dime, now we have
been forced to demand it thus. But as to
the cabalistic nonsense of security for the
-future, why shall we, th-e people, and honest
hearted, law abiding, God fearing people,
,talk aiftr the paltry catch phrase of'dema-
gogues, and clamor for that which every
man, woman, and child in the Union knows
full well we already have with a vengeance.
If the battle of Palo Alto and Res;;ca are


President. The question now is, will the
latter ask the Court to reconsider their de'-
cision, or will lie simply disapprove of it."
COL. FREMONT.
The Washington correspondent of rtb
Philiadelphia American, referring :o Coleone
Fremont's case, says-
The finding of the Fremont Court Mar'-
tial has excited much feeling and comment.
Although the evidence as it -stands on thA
record furnished every reason for his con:
viction on the charge of disobedience ofor-
ders, it was hardly presumed that mutiny'i
would have been laid home to him in the
verdict. He is, however, convicted of every
thing alleged, and the gravest of the charges
found theiir origin between the President
and the Secretary of War. Gen. Kearny
preferred n'o other than disobedience of the
orders. What motive there may have been
for this seeming anxiety to aggravate Fre-
mont's offence-if any there was-is left foi
time to disclose. Surely there must have
been some strong and overruling cause.
It is not my purpose to challenge the de-
cision of the Court. It was composed of
officers of the highest repute and honor, and
now being a part of the law in this depart-.
ment of the public service, it is the dbty ta"
every good citizen to respect it. But the
extreme penalty which has been inflicted-
the distinction of all the parties cobeerned
-the whole extraordinary, and, I believe,
unprecedented proceeding, is one which
calls for more than a pasig n P-- .....
In the first place, there was testimony ex4
eluded by the Court which, if admitted#
would have given a very different phase to
the trial. Why it was shut" out, does not
become me to say, and I am not sufficiently
versed in the affairs of courts martial to ven*
ture any opinion as to the practice or pro-
priety in such a case. It 'is enough forthe
public to know that Col. Fremont could
not have been convicted, and held up as he
has been, as deserving the penalty of death;
if that evidence had been received. I assert
this emphatically, after a careful investiga;-
tion of the facts. In my view, that is a
singular rule which makes evidence e
pare ; which admits proof of guilt, and, de-
nies proof of innocenre; which brings one
man to the stand to sustain a -charge., and
refuses another who may rebut it.
The whole of this unfortunate difficulty
originated in the conflict of authority be-
tween Gen. Kearny aind Commodore Stock-1
ton, and lie government at Washington it
directly and wholly accountable for it. Fre:
mont is the victim of its unpardonable igno-
rance or imbecility. I do not hold hin en-
tirely blamneless, but I do mean to assert,
broadly and boldly, that Mr. Polk is respon-
sible for what has occurred.
If the command or its contingencies had
been properly assigned, would iliere ever
have been a question as to whom Fremont
owed obedience to as his superior officer I
And how was he to discriminate between
the claims on one side and the active autho-"
rity on the other? Gentlemen of nice mili-i
tary discrimination may draw ihese liinesi
but it is beyond my cap'icily.

A- MOST ST HIKING PICTURE
In connection with the great and conclu-
sive speech of MNr: Vinton, lei no one fail id
contemplate (he following picLure, sketched
by a master artist. It is from a ate speech
of the Hon. Andrew Stewartof Poney K.I-
nia, recently delivered in Ihe House of Re-
presentatives of the United Slates. He says i
11 Three yeaIrs ago, when this Adifiihistral-
lion came into power, it found the country.
peaceful and prosperous in all its interests ,
and what is its condition now? The coun-
try has been government by party and Jbor
party. Unable to reward their numerous
and hungry partizans, this Administration
has involved us in war, which enables it to
satisfy the ravenous appetite of thousand.4
of its worshippers with high offices and fat
contracts. Peace will loosen their grasp
on the people's treasury. Nothing but a
failure of revenue-a want of money-ant
empty Treasury, will give us peace, and thi4
powerful negotiator is neat at hand.
But let us look fo~r a moment. WVhat a
contrast is presented between ihe Whig and
Lomcofoco policy?. When Mr. Van Bureii
came into power, he found a surplus of
about 40 millions in the Treasury ; When lhe
went our, he left it about 40 millions in
debt; and tlhe revenues 10 or 12 millions
shor! of the expenditures: and ruin and
bankruptcy, national and individual, prevail-
ed throughout thie.land. In this slate of'
things, the Whigs came into power in) 1-841}
they passed the tariff of 1842, and ihe pros-
perity of Ihe country was restored, and th**
Treasury replenished as if by magic. In the
four years of its operation it paid off nearly
$40,000,000 of the principal and' interest or
the ipublie debt, and in a year or iwo more
after the entire extinguishment .01 the debit,
it would |have left a surplus of 10 millions ;!
year for the ionpiovement of our great riversJ
and harbors, affording security io life. and
properly, and giving prosperity and increa-
sed extent to our vast internal commerce.


"But this bright and cheering prospect
was suddenly overcast by the overthrow of
the Whigs, and the-accession of the present
Administration, in 1845. See to what they,.-
have already brought the country From Et
character and a credit so high as to: CoM-;
mand untold millions -at a premiumi, fi I
have brought it down so low, that they are
now unable, we are told, to affect a loan of
some 10 or 12 millions on any terms. Look,
what the Baltimore Convention have done;-
that convention prescribed and dictated the
policy of this Administration in.advance".
this was done by an irresponsible caucus-of,
artful and ultra politicians, with Mr. Walker"
at their head. He, Mr. Walker, made Polk
and Dallas what they are; he'built up t01s
Administration ; he now dictates its policey
and governs its action. Yes, sir, that cau- '.
cus extorted a pledge from their chiefaid
made him promise, inhis inaugural, to carry
out their dictation. The first thing was the
annexation of Texas, resulting in war. Next,
to arrest internal improvement, then adopt
the sub-treasury, and finally, repeal the ta-
riff of 1842. What has followed? Down
goes revenue and up goes the national Atebt
at the rate of twenty or thirty millions aiyear;
thousands of lives, and millions of money
wasted in a foreign land, and who knows, for
what? Who can'tell for what this war is
now prosecuted, or how or when it is to end I
One thing, however, is very retain, that
it must demoralize our people, involve our
country in an enormous debt, resulting in'
ruinous and oppressive taxation, ;rnd mhy
end in the oerthrow and dissotIinion-o outr


arguments to convince our enemies-will
not the dismantled Gibraltar of Monterey in
our hands, make them distrust their might?
If this will not do,. what is to be thought of
the handful at Buena Vista,-a little isola-
ted find that seemed like a rock in mid
oceolfreasting the r_- of a storm ? Talk
no more of security ikhen you remember
Vera Cruz, Cmih,0.r# and the battle of
the City-for lliee s pes will make the
hearts of the children's wtuldren of the rout-
ed ?m] overthrowu.quak ;then they hear
them. What tll;MM 11 want security
for the future froirr a people whose Govern-
ment has been driven into a state of vagran-
cy, by an Army of less than 15000 men I Do
we want security when enough aie not found
in Mexico to keep our swordsin good heart,
and we have the very pestilence as a foil to
our daring? Let us return to our duty.-
Let us drop the guilty gamblers for place
and spoils on both sides, and stick to the
President and his pledges about this war.--
Let us set our faces like a flint against any
man who suffersoh'is aspirations for the Pre-
sidency to waste on, dollar of the public
money unnecessarily on this war, in pan-
dering to the lust for territory,-or that
would lavish one drop of precious Am'eri-
can blood, in a quarel that shall settle no
right, or quiet no unrest in the public mind.
For our part, we want none of S3Fator Han-
negan's ", provinces and appendages." We
would is soon nui'se the rattle-snake next
our heart, as receive into Union, upon
terms of equality with ourselves, these dead
and p)utrid bodies.
We will not forget, either, the voice from
the tomb of WASHINGTON, still whispering
its prophetic warning, to "beware of en-
tangling alliances." W e will not advocate
a policy set the world, by crazy, revolution-
a.y Ftance, when we are not yet a century
old, of teaching other nations any further
than a good, a glorious example of prosper-
ily and public justice will do it, how to or-
der their Governments, or how construct
them. Let us, we say it in all earnestness
and solemnity, keel) our shoulders from un-
der such a mass of anarchy, corruption and
tottenness as would press upon them with
such dreadful weight, as any considerable
portion of the more populous districts of
Mexico would bring, and if left to them-
selves, it does tumble to atoms, 'tis none of
our concern,-better that it should not drop
to pieces while we may be crushed by-it.

[From the Savannah Republican.]
THE TURPENTINE BUSINESS.
We have gathered from respectable sour-
cessome information in relation to the Tur-
pentine business, which we publish below,
in the expectation that it may be acceptable
to some ocour readers who either have em-
barked in it, or propose to do so. The con-
sumption of the article is increasing vastly
-much beyond the general calculation and
belief. One principal source of this increase
is in the use of the distilled spirits of tur-
pentine known under the name of camphine.
There are some omissions in our article
which will be supplied as soen ais we receive
the requisite information---amnong others the
process of distillation. The statements fur-
nished, may, as far as they go, be assumed
to be generally correct.
Selection of Prees.-A medium sized tree
with large top furnishes the turpentine best.
In North Carolina, however, trees of only
eight or nine inches in diameter are often
selected.
Cutting of the Boxes.-This should be
done before the sap begins to ascend rapidly
-say in the months of December, January
and February. The first turpentine which
flows is called virgin turpentine, and in order
to preserve the pure white color which is
natural to it, it is best to cut the boxes not
less than nine or ten inches above the
ground, the object being to secure it from
the dirt which might be carried in during
rain storms. The tree should be scarified
about once a week (or often enough to keel)
the turpentine running,) with a round shave.
A scarification of something like a half inch
in width, chevron-like, is enough. These
successive scarifications may be thus carried
on immediately above the boxes, during
some seven years, without ascending higher
on the tree than from fifteen to twenty feet.
Each incision of a box will measure about
twelve inches around the tree, and in large
trees two or three incisions may be made at
the same time.
fThe Gathering.--The first gathering will
be all what is termed "dippings" (or virgin
turpentine) witlh no "scrapings." Rosin
made from the virgin turpentine is transpa-
rent, and is worth in New York, $2 50 per
barrel. On the second gathering, a small
portion of scraping is generally removed and
shoved down inato the box, when it is taken
with thie dipping. By the time of the se-
cond gathering, the tree is scarified to a
point some twelve inches above the box.
After this second dipping there are scrapings
fo~r these twelve inches, and so on for each
successive portion exposed. These sera-
pings are, by some, mixed with the dippings,
in which case it is called "mixed turpen-


tine," while by others, they are left till the
end of the year and gathered separately,
when they are worth about' half-ptice.-
There are six dippings in a year, each one
yielding about a pint of turpentine.
The proper Preservation and Distillation.
-Twenty years ago, there was more spirits
of turpentine distilled in Europe than in the
United Stales. Ten years ago, there was
more distilled: in the Norther11 than in the
Southern States. Five years ago nearly all
the distillation was transferred to the South,
and within the last two years only, the pro-
cess has been transferred from the town to
the country, convenient to the place where
the crude article is collected. There are
abundant and obvious reasons for all these
changes, and distillation is no longer a se-
cret. Any farmer may practice it with suc-
cess if he be provided with the proper means
and the requisite knowledge. By distilla-
tion as now carried on, (to say nothing of
the increased value of the spirits and the
saving of transportation) a large outlay for
barrels is avoided. Any one may thus make
a thousand barrels of the turpentine, which
he will gather in perhaps not more than 150
barrels, which are taken to the distillery,
emptied, and returned to be filled again.
This avoids, too, the great loss which loo
commonly occurs with the virgin turpen-
tine. If a barrel of this be sent away as an
object of commerce, unless the barrel is
very perfect the best part of it is sure to run
out and be lost, and only half price is paid
for what remains. This loss very often dis-


courage new beginners in the business, and
induc-es them to abandon the work.
The Task.-The usual task is about 12-,
000 trees to each hand. This will occupy
him only about nine tnonths in each year.
During the working season, lie should col-
lect about 60,000 pints Wq turpentine for the
annual product. Thie product is equal to
some 20P barrels, which, wnder ordinary
circumstances, is equal H-P an average of
say $400 to cach hand, which is a low esti-
maIe. When turpentine is high, from $800
to $900 to each hand have been made.
Tar.-The manufacture of tar has been,
during the last year, almost as profitable as
that o1" turpentine. It is s good business at
$1 per barrel. At 81 25 per barrel, it is as
good as making turpentine. The average
price for the last twelve months has been
$1 50 pet barrel. The process of making it
is well enough known, and where there is as
much lightwood, as many pine knots as in
Georgia, with sand to cover them, it is an
easy business.
GEN. TAYLOR.
The following sketch of the character of
Gen. Taylor is just and discriminating. We
copy it from' the New York Journal of
Commerce :
The great mass of the people wish for
rulers who have sagacity to discern and in-
tegrily to pursue the best interests of the
country ; or who at least can hold the helm
so steady as to allow t!le ship of state to
float safely on the current of her destiny.
The people wish for peace and security at
home and abroad ; not agitation of any sort
at their cost, and for the benefit of dema-
gogues.
Under all these circumstances, the advent
of such a man as General Taylor cannot but
be hailed with universal joy. It is not for
his-military prowess chiefly, that the people
admire and love him. It is rather, that he
is a friend of peace ; though if war is his
duty, firm as a mountain, and terrible as a
tempest. It is not that his garments are
crimson with blood, but that he has ever
been careful of life, and never shed one
drop of human blood in passion, or to grati-
fy any selfish feeling. The people admire
him because he is wise, sagacious, indepen-
dent, modest, careless of himself and careful
only of his duty. tHis career as a military
commander has served merely to exhibit
the great qualities of his mind and heart.
Other military men may have exhibited
equal skill and courage in command, and
yet no other has attracted such deep affec-
tion. Too many military men seem to think
always of themselves. They fight for their
own glory in general, and die asking chiefly
for admiration. But General Taylor is ad-
mired because he never seems to do any
thing for himself, nor seems to think of
himself. His military despatches will never
cease to be admired as models of graphic
description and modest eloquence. His let-
ter to the Secretary of War, just drawn out
by the call of Congress, will always be
praised for its undisturbed dignity, in the
midst of circumstances which would have
unsettled the self-possession of almost any
other man. His life is quite remarkable as
a whole. He seems to have been success-
ful in every thing, yet never exhibiting ex-
ultation. Not one bad deed is attributed to
him. Temperate, social, friendly and judi-
cious, lie is nevelin difficulty. A gentle-
ma1 ;' vho was at the alajlc with him, at tire
St. Charles., duri h lii-'late visit at New
Otleans, where the wine flew merrily round
every day, says that the General lifted a
glass to his lips but once, and then he did
not drink. All his opinions expressed to
the Administration have been not only tire
opinions of a skilful Captain, but of a pro-
found Statesman. Jf y', u are determined
to mnaintain tlle Rio Grande as the boundary
of eTexas, said he, I commend the establish-
ment of a post on its Eastern bank. When
the M exicans, contrary to all expectation,
came over [he river, he asked that his small
army might be reinforced with five thousand
men; never dreaming of invading Mexico.
What would the President not give now, if
lie had done only what General T:Iylor re-
coinrmended .?
The mantlet in which he treats the new
honors which are tendered lhim, is in keep-
ing with his whole life. He will not seek
the Presidency. lHe will' not accept the
nomination or support of any party as such.
tHe will not pledge himself to any parly, old
or new. He will not send out letters lo lure
votesH w-n~ ill do nothing and be nothing
but a good President if the people choose to
have it so. T].here is an irresistible charm
about all this, especially when contrasted
with the game so much played heretofore.
Tlhe people will not vote because they dis-
like him less than his opponent, but because
they love him personally. Their votes will
be for Gen. Taylor, not against any one
else. When he is chosen, he will not be
obliged to adopt the crude program of a
nominating convention as his basis of admi-
nistration. He will be a wise, benevolent,
independent President of the nation. Let
us make him that, and the republic will fall
into the track of her destiny again.


STRANGE STORY.-The following anec-
dote of Sir Robert Strange is related by the
late Richard Hooper, who instructed Queen
Charlotte in drawing, and was for some time
drawing master to Eton school : Robert
strange was a countryman of mine, a North
Briton, who served his time to my father as
an engraver, and was a soldier in the rebel
army of 1745. It so happened, when Duke
William put them to flight, that Strange,
finding a door open, made his way into the
house, ascended to the first floor, and enter-
ed a room where a young lady was seated.
She was at her needle work, and singing.
Young Strange implored her protection.
The lady, without rising, or being the least
disconcerted, desired him to get under her
hoop. He immediately stooped, and the
amiable woman covered him up. Shortly
after this, the house was searched. The
lady continued her work as before, and the
soldiers, upon entering the room, consider-
ing Miss Lumsdale alone, respectfully reti-
red. Robert, as soon as the search was
over, being released from his covering, kiss-
ed the hand of his protectress; and at that
moment, for the first time, he found him-
self in love. He married the lady, and no
persons, beset as they were with early diffi-
culties, lived more happily. Strange after-
wards became a loyal man, though for a
long time he sighed to be pardoned by his
King; who, however, was graciously pleased
to be reconciled to him, and afterwards
knighted him.


give room to our adversaries to hope for
that which can never be-that there is any
respectable portion of the American people
disposed to withhold from the Government
all proper aid whilst engaged in a foreign
war. That Congress may properly express
their opinion as to what would be proper
terms of Peace, and even ask of the Presi-
dent a pledge not to insist on any thing
which is manifestly contrary to the views of
the People, or opposed to the principle on
which our confederacy was constituted, may
be prudent, may be just-but beyond this,
to a point of a resistance of a demand for
men and money, Congress ought not and
will not go-nor should they, in our humble
opinion, when voting supplies, avail them-
selves of an opportunity thus. afforded o'f
declaiming against the constitutionality of
the war-but if they will do so, why let
them come out boldly and impeach the
President !--let them bring up the question
in the only, proper way. If they are unwil-
ling to do so, either for lack of corAfdence
in the strength of their position, or because
they feel that they are too weak to carry
such a measure, then any side-bar discus-
sion of an issue they dare not go before the
country with, is useless and injurious. Our
Democratic friend of the Telegraph has
been candid in his treatment of the acts of
his party. Led by such an example of
fairness, we have been incited to deal in an
equally unbiassed spirit towards that portion
of the Whig party, familiarly known at the
North-for such Whigs have no abiding
place in the South-as Conscience Whigs,
a cognomen applied, we must believe, in
derision, as lucu's a non lucendo.
[From the Baltimore American.]
DEATH OF JOHN QUINCY ADAMS.
A telegraphic despatch from Washing-
ton, received at eight o'clock last nigh(,
communicated to us the melancholy intel-
ligence of the death of Mr. Adams. E-
closed his mortal career at seventeen min-
utes past seven o'clock yesterday evening.
in the-Speaker's room adjacent to the hall
of Representatives.
The death of this distinguished man,
though not an unexpected event, will cause
a profound sensation throughout the coun-
tty wheresoever the intelligence of it shall
become known. A personage who has so
long stood as a living pillar around whom
were twined so many fibres of the national
growth and being-so many associations po-
litical, social and now historical-could not
pass away without sundering by his fall in-
numerable ligaments which bound him, his
person and character, to the hearts and
minds of the American people.
A void remains. Something has gone
which seemed to have acquired the solidity
ofa fixture in the sphere of national affairs.
The chasm between the present and the
past widens, and becomes deeper, upon the
disappearance of this venerable figure which
united both. We seem to lose our familiar
hold upon the enrly days of the Republic.
which recede farther and farther, as, one by
one, the partiarchs who lingered as the re-
lies and representatives of that memorable
period, are transferred to another world.-
The public life of John Qunicy Adams is
well known to his countrymen, as was that
of his father before him. Succeeding lo'a
heritage of renown, he bad accumulated by
his eminent services a glory of his own.-
He was at different periods the Ambassador
of the United States at all the prominent
Courts of Europe, his diplomatic career
having begun in 1781, when he went to
Russia as Private Secretary to Mr. Dana.
our Minister at St. Petersburg. That was
sixty-seven years ago, and from that period,
with rare exceptions, Mr. Adams has been
in the public service. In Congress, in the
Cabinet, in the chief Executive chair oflihe
Republic, ranking always among the first
statesman of the country, he has exhibited
a unity of character not less remarkable than
were some of the peculiarities that distin-
guished it. We propose to enter into no
analysis of his qualities. Thie impression
which he has left upon the mind of [he na-
tion bears the image of his individual char-
acteristics, as well as the strong outline of
his figure as astatesman. He will be known
in history by both aspects.
For many years, perhaps during his whole
period of public service, Mr. Adams kept a
journal, in which the events of the day,
with his owu comments and reflections
thereupon, were recorded with steady regu-
larity. This record of a long life amounts
now to many volumes, which will, do doubt,
be given to the world.
John Quincy Adams, was born 1767; his
death occurs iu his eighty-first year. His
bodily powers, which were retained in re-
markalble vigour up to a comparatively re-


cent period, began to fail rapidly after the
first attack of the malady which has finally
proved fatal. Yet, with the indomitable
resolution which belonged to him, he con-
tinued to hold his seat in the House of Re-
presentatives in spite of physical infimities ;
and at his post he fell. There was no wan-
ing of intellect. The conceentrated fire of a
powerful spirit retreating to its inmost cita-
del, shone in the eye until the film of ap-
proaching dissolution obscured that last por-
tal, of the earthly tenement. Full of years
and full of honors, after a life of arduous
service, distinguished by great abilities, in-
tegrity, republican simplicity and honest
patriotism, the Sage of Quincy goes to his
rest, breathing his last in the Capitol sur-
rounded by the Representatives of the peo-
ple, and leaving a nation to pay respect to
his memory. In view of such a life so
closed, after a race, fully run, the feeling of
regret inspired by the event is blended with
the perception of its glory, and we find our-
selves repeating the touching exclamation
of Burke upon the death of an illustrious
friend-
Hail and Farewell!

COL. FREMONT.-A Washington letter in
the New York Courier says:
In spite of all the secrecy that has been
preserve in regard to the Fremont trial, it
has leaked out that Lt. Col. Fremont has
been found guilty of MUTINY and cashiered,
though recommended to the mercy of the


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ments:-
WM. W. CHEEVEE, Esq., Albany, Ga.
Major JACK HARDMAN, Eufaula. Ala.
JAS. J. OLIVER, Tallahassee, Fa.


FOR PRESIDENT,
ZACHARY TAYLOR.
FRANKLIN FIRE CO. NO. 2.
The members of the above efficient corps
celebrated the first anniversary of their or-
ganization yesterday, in a style worthy of
the choice spirits who compose it. The
Engine House, on Water street, was bril-
liantly illuminated, and the interior of the
building, and the Engine itself, were deco-
rated in a most elegant and tasteful manner,
-stars composed of evergreens, wreaths of
flowers and ribbons, were distributed about
the Engine in graceful array.
At 8 o'clock, P. M. the doors of the En-
gine Room were thrown open to the admis-
sion of the citizens, a crowd of whom, 'with
many of the ladies, visited the gay scene,
and professed themselves highly delighted
with the magn ficent display. The members
of No. 2, dressed in their neat and tasteful
uniforms, were in attendance to receive the
visitors, who were invited to partake of cake
and wine, a bountiful supply of which was
provided for the occasion. I.
At 9 o'clock the members of No. 2, head-
ed by their officers, and accompanied by the
officers of Boston No. 1-who were for the
evening the guests of No. 2-formed in
procession at the Engine House of No. 2,
and marched through several of the princi-
.pal streets, with torches lit, around which
were twined wreaths of flowers. The pro-
cession brought up at the "Dew Drop,"
where Company No. 2, the officers of No.
1, the Chief Engineer, D. B. Wood, Esq.,
Assistant E. C. Roberts, and a number of
invited guests, sat down to a splendid sup-
per, prepared by Frank Byington, the ele-
gance of which did justice to his reputation
as a caterer, and elicited the praise of the
cormparty.
The festivities of the evening were pro-
longed unto a late hour-harmony and good
feeling prevailed-the champagne "sparkled
on the board," and those of the "boys" who
were not of the "Sons of Temperance"
soon grew "o'er all the ills of life victo-
rious."--Toasts and speeches were the or-
der of the day. The foreman of No. 2, W.
A. Wood, Esq. to whose exertions the city
is mainly indebted for the perfect organiza-
tion of No. 2, was toasted, and returned
thanks for the comlplimnent in a neat and hap-
py speech. D. B. Wood. Esq. the Chief En-
gineer, replied to a toast complimentary to
the Engineers, and in so doing hit the "City
Fathers" a snmall lihk for not paying proper
attention to the Engine Companieb-lo
which E. W. Rogers, Esq. who is "one of
them," replied in a tone of good humor that
elicited much applause. On the whole, we
never spent a more pleasant evening, and
our only regret is that (he anniversary of
No. 2 does not come oftener and last longer.

HOUSTON AND HANNEGAN.
Our readers will note in another column
an article headed as above, in which the
Senators whose names are thus made use of
are treated with a degree of impartial se-
verity not to be expected from a Democratic
Print. The Editor of the Telegraph will
receive the commendation of all whose good
opinion is worth having, for the fearless and
independent spirit he has displayed in put-
ting the seal of reprobation on the unworthy
sentiments put forth by Senator Houston
with such reckless and unblushing effrontery.
The ethics of Senator Houston may meet
with asytnpathetie response in Texas, and
may have fallen on willing ears in Tammany
Hall, where pickpockets and llhe denizens
of the Five Points jostle honest men--but
for the credit of the country atnd the honor
of the Democratie party, we trust that other
Presses who profess political opiuioos iden-
tical in the general with the Senator from
Texas, may not be found to declare the
.doctrine that the law of the rifle is the only
code of nations which they recognize.
We cannot too highly evince our sense of
admiration of the becoming deportment of
the Telegraph in thus noticing, to condemn,
the monstrous doctrines put forth by Sena-
tor Houston, and we are also pleased to
find a prominent and influential Southern
paper opposing itself to the idea of the con-
quest of Mexico. It requires some fear-


lessness to assert the opinions put forth by
the Telegraph-views shared, we fear, too
largely by a majority of the leaders of the
Democratic Party.
But at the same time that we commend
,our Democratic brother Editor for his
course, we must not withhold our condem-
nation from the Whig presses and Whig
publications, whose conduct in relation to
the war has enabled those who are in favor
of conquest, to excite the popular feeling on
the subject unfavorably to a just peace, by
an untimely and injudicious inquiry into the
manner in which it originated-a question
which, if raised at all, should be mooted at
a time when its agitation would not distract
the minds of our rulers from counsels tend-
ing to bring the war to a proper close-nor


COM ERCIAL ADVERTISER.

APALACHICOII, THURSDAY, M-AR01 2, 1848.









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glorious Union itself; a event, the con-
templation of which *ust fill with horror
anti despair the hearts| the friends of free-
dom throughout thb world-a catastrophe
-]whiehmay God in this infinite mercy avert
from our beloved country."
[Fiom thaealtimore American.]
THE TREAT26-PEACE WITH MEXICO.
;,. The- official--.es at Washin'gton, in J'pb-
lishiug the rom Mexico which we
gave in Monday s American, precedes it
"with th'eVe remarks:

We lay before our readers the following
very interesting interligen'ce which we have
received in the New Orleans Picayune. It
relates principally to the rumors of a treaty
of peace. We are sure our readers will ex-
cuse -us from giving any explanation or
speculations this evening upon these mat-
ters. Propositions have been received by
dur- government from Mexico, which will,
no n oubt, be the subject of due and prompt
-,consideration.
The National Intelligencer of yesterday
has the following interesting article on the
subject : 8
THE PROJECTED TREATY OF PEACE.
The conjectures and rumors of the last
three or four weeks, to which our -readers
will have observed that we have always at-
tached-an importance which has been gen-
erally denied to them, have ripened into re-
Sality; and, as we announcedd in a hurried
postscript to 'yesterday's daily paper, the
project of a TREATY OF PEACE, signed by
Mr. Trist as Commissioner on the part of
the United States, and by'three Commis-
sioners on the part of Mexico, has been
received by the Executive, and has been
now tor- two days under consideration by
that branch, of the Government.
" The. substance ,of the Treaty is, as we
understand it, as follows.:
Eirst. Peace between the United StAtes
and Mexico, and ;n Armistice between the
MilitaryCommanders of the two countries
during sn6ch time as the Treaty shall be in
suspense.
Secondly. Alexico ag-rees, in considera-
lion, &c., that the boundary between the
V.ni[el States an'.i Mexico shall hereafter
hbe fi'om the Sei ulp the middlle of the Rio
Grande to the boundary of Npw Mexi'co,
and thence.in a line which (with some di-
gression) 'is to riin west (or nearly west) to
the Pacific Ocean,.and strike a point south
of the port of San Diego.
'IThirdly. Tn consideration of' this large
cession of Territory the United States are
t6 pay to Mexico the sum of Fifteen Mill-
ions of Dollars, and to s'ltisfy'all the just
claims of citizens or the United States
, against ihe Go've'rn-ni of Mexico.
The Treaty is understood to contain many
proVisio'ns of detail ; but does not, as we
heoar, 'include any provision, as has been re-
p0t'ted, for the maintenance of a Military
'fot-ce by the United Statves f'or a certain
timei'h Mexico.
,The Treaty makes its ,I)'Peab'ihee In ,I
41vpiiT-onableform ; being concluded by Mr.
Tr'is', as with full powers, after those pow-
.,Pr had been w ilhdrriwn, or intended lo b'e
\viih,)rnw., by the Executive. It is ooder-
stioi, hbwover, thai Ithe Treaty, such as it
is, tv'il'l be submitted 1V the President 1o
the Senate forr i's- consideration. What
'Will he its ffe'in 1hi body we shall not un-
-4 ldertake to predict.
We can at least rejoice at one 'thing; that
toat "te present there is a cessation of hos-
VAl6i-es in Mexico. May it be perpetual!
PROSPECTS OF PEACE--RESPECT OF THE
A RAIY FOR. GENT. SCOTT, &c.
From a distinguished officer of the U. S.
A-ntMy, who reached Columbia last evening,

we learn that the a;rmy is of opinion, that
the terms agreed upon between Mr. Trist
and the Congress of Queretaro, will, and
rhf'ist load to a peace.
.ks it regards the feelifn& oftihe arny, one
Raid all, towards G1en. Scont, lie says, "Gen.
8cott is considered by the officers of the
.r1'y, the great Capialin of the age. He has
ot only. the tunbotunded confidence, but he
is in the hearts of his soldiers. 'It is his
habit to receive the mutilated andl care worn
oldier into his presence, when officers of
th'e army are denied ; administering to thei'r"
-ec~essities, not only by his influence, hu't
6i') his purse, helpfin. them to return to itheir"
horfies. In short, he lhas been their father as
well as their General. No one who has
te'ver served under him Will refuse to follow
\vhere he may lead.
"There seems lo prevail an impression
hrough the United States, that divisions in
the army have been, to some extent, the re-
uit of the arrest of Generals Pillow ana
Worth. So far fromi it, there never has
b)een greater unanimity than at present.--
The circumstance was not even a nine days'
Xvmn'ler. The, army is a perfect unitin senti-
t'nient. Its discipline andl hiarony have
taever been more complete.
" "The known justice of Gen. Scott would
be conviction to every officer in the army,
of the -military propriety of all his acts; and


the arrest of any officers, however high in
1rank, from any known breach of military
'discipline, would cause no more surprise
than that of any subaltern for a like offence."
We purposely omit making, at this time,
Reference to the gentleman who has thus
communicated his views, as it is his inten-
lion (.0 communicate directly with the Pre-
sident when he shall have arrived at Wash-
ington. This officer, whose retiring mo-
'desty has exacted of us that we should not
mention his name, distinguished himself in
almost every battle fought in the valley of
Mexico, and came down from the city of
,Mexico, with the last train.-Columbia Dai-
ly, Telegraph; 24th ult.
lp -THE PEACE TREATY.-The Washington
Union of Tuesday night says-
The private secretary of the President
was charged with a very important message
of the President to be laid before the Sen-
ate to-day; but that body had adjourned a
few moments before Mr. Walker could
reach thebCapitoi.' It is understood that
this message contained the treaty with Mex-
ico, which was received by a special mes-
sienger from Mezic0 on Saturday evening.
We take for granted that the Senate will
act on it with as much promptitude as pos-
sible.

XA Philadelphia physician haslfried Chlo-
roform for Asthma, in his own person, with
enilnent success,- He was relieved inafifew
minutes.


PASSENGERS.
Per steamer Eufaula-Judge R C Spann, G \V
Griffin, T Littleton, J Neel.
Per steamer Quincy-Jos May, N Hawley, W
Hancock, H Pope, B Barclay, R, L Dulaney.
Per'steamer Magnolia-Mis Gardner and 2,chil-
dren, Dr Mercer, Gen Morgift, B Keaton, Jas R
Butts.
Per steamer Viola-S Jones.
Per steamer Mary A Moore- Mrs Sutliff, child
and servants, Dr C Battle, Gen A C Gordon, T C
Owens, J W Dennis, J A Bellisime, D Hall, D
Morris, Devon, Master C A Dennis.
Per steamer Quincy-W M Mehace'r,ifamily
and 2 serv'Is, W Alehacer and 2 daughters, Robin-
son, G G Roots, II Bernfetrter, J H Hull, W Mc-
Kenzie, J G Gilmer and 2 serv'ts, E M Skipper, S
W Smith, J W Russ, J A Sirrrmonds.
Per steamer Emily-Mrs J H 1,Wa'son, Miss
Victoria J Holmes, Miss Cordelia P Holmes, Miss
A E Freeman, W 11 Wakefield, N C Bass, W H
Perkins, W M Savoy, W P Watts. W P Ford.
RECEIPTS FROM THE INTERIOR.
Per steamer Boston-146 bales cotton to I M
Wright; 3 do to S Cassin; 400 do to D B Wood &
Co; 167 do to Hill, Dawson & Co; 3 do to W A
P C Kain.
Per steamar Eufaula-295 bales cotton to A N
McKay Co; 135 do to Wylie & McKenzie; 108
do to Lockhart & Young; 16 do 'to Wm G Porter
& Co.
Pe.i steamer Quincy-99 bales cotton to Lock-
hart & Young; 2 do to J Stevenson & Co; 3 do to
W G Porter & Co; 12 do to B S Hawley; 3 do to
D G Raney; 29 do to T Preston.
Per steamer Notion-484 bales cotton lo Hill,
Dawson & Co; 130 do to H K Hill; 75 do to Lock-
hart & Young; 18 do to W G Porter & Co.
Pei steamer Magnolia-936 bales cotton 'to Sims
& Cheever, Lockhart & Young, J Day & Co, W
G Porter & Co, J 11 & J M Hull, N Cruger, T L
Mitchel, Wylie & McKenzie.
Per steamer Champion-80 bales cotton to Mac-
lay &c Kimbrough; 80 do to Nour.e, Stone & Co;
77 do to Hill, Dawson & Co; 19 do to Wylie &
McKenzie; 24 do to Lockhart and Young; 6 do to
Wm G Porter & Co. 14 do to Sims& Cheever;
20 do to A N McKay & Co.
Per steamer Viola-461 bales cotton to I M
Wright; 262 do to A N McKay & Co; 100 do to
T L Mitdhel; 97 do to D B Wood & Co; 36 do to
Lockhart & Young; 33 do W A & P C Kain; 14
do to C Rogers & Co.
Per steamer Mary A Moore-855 bales cotton
to A N McKay & Co; 92 do to Wylie & McKen-
zie; 85 do to Lockhart & Young; 64 do to Wm G
Porter & Co; 5 do to J Day & Co.
Pe' steamer Quincy-55 bales cotton to Wm G
Porter & Co; .49 do to C A Green & Co; 20 do to
B S Hawley; 5 do 'to N Baker; 6 do, 2 bales hides
to Wylie & McKenzie.
Per steamer E'mily-115 bales cotton to Lock-
hart & Young; 100 do to A N McKay & Co; 85
do to Sims &, Clieever; 23 do to Wylie & McKen-
zie; 4 do to Harper & Holmes; 20 do to J Day &
Co; 33 do to order.
Per barge Hawckeye-108 bales cotton to J Day
& Co; 33 do to J Stevenson & Co.
Per barge Rough and Ready-167 bales cotton
to Sims & Cheever.
Per barge _1.rianna-46 bales cotton to J Day
& Co; 39 do to Lockhart & Young; 45 do to J
Stevenso'n & Co.
EXPORTS.
LIVERPOOL-Per bark Sarah Sheaf-1184
bales cotton.
Per ship Jesse, Oliver-2039 bales cotton.
NEW YORK-Per bark Alice Frazier-1043
Lales cotton.
Per bark Cumberland-1091 bales cotton
BOSTON-Per ship Macedonian-1400 bales
cotton.
BALTIMORE-Per brig Leonora-451 bales
cotton.
NEW ORLEANS-Per sthr Elizabeth Hull-
13 bales 'cotton.
Per schr Monterey-,201l bales cottoA.
Per scfir stranger-131 bales cof'ton.


CHOLERA.-The most sensible medical
letter on the cholera that has yet appeared
has been sent to the London Times, by the
Rev. Mr. G. Winslow, vicar of Tugby,
Leicestershire. The Rev. gentleman quotes
his own experience of the treatment of the
cholera, the result of which he says, is that
" of all the maladies to which man is liable,
there is none more easily Subdued and more
curable'than the 'cholera, if the physician
can only have "a fair opportunity of combat-
ing'the disease in its first invasion of the
system. The great mistake we have all
made is in regarding the diarrhea which
precedes the disease only as a premonitory
symptom, and devoting our whole attention
to the more concentrated form which it sub-
sequently assumes:, whereas it is the first
state--the first effect of the poison upon the
system, and the only period of its progress
when the disease may be successfully assail-
ed. The remedy most useful in this and
every stage is calomel. 'Calomel is our
sheet anchor in cholera. In tbe first stage,
combined with opium, it rarely fails to cure,
but it must be given in the larger dose of
twenty grains of calomel to two of opium,
and be repeated, if necessary, quickly ; and
in the subsequent states of the disease, it is
the forlorn hopeof thephysician. No other
remedy has ever succeeded where mercu-ty
has failed to restare the action of the liver;
and we may as well attempt to blister a board,
or warm a corpse with frictions aud stinmu-
lants, or to rouse by such means the vital
powers, When the patient has fallen into the
state of collapse. Le't the public remember
the important fact, that diarrhoea is the first
symptom of cholera, and in that stage it is
most easily remedied; but if it passes that
period, ana the serum of the blood has been
so drained off as to leave it like tar in the
vessels, there 'is very little chance ot fay l.ut
a fatal termination."

MICHIGAN-GEN. CASS.-The Michigan
[louse of Representative, on the 31st of
January, passed the following resolution, by
fifty-two voles against three -in the negative :
Resolved, That whenever the Govern-
nment of the United States shall acquire any
territory by conquest, cession or purchase,
in which slavery shall not by law exist at
the time of such conquest, cession or pur-
chase, it would be repugnant to the moral
sense of this nation, and a violation of the
clearest duty of Congress, to permit the in-
stitution of slavery, in any form, to be in-
troduced therein.
The House is almost unanimously demo-
cratic, and on the very same day on which
they passed this resolution, forty-four of
ihem, and twenty-two members of the Sen-
mte, signed a paper recommending General
Cass as their first and favorite candidate for
the Presidency.
The Detroit Adveriiser of the Nd inst.
says-: The very resolutions passed on the
W\iVtnot Proviso' one vear ago, in the
Michigan Legislature, were submitted to
him, and the draft now bears interlineations'
of a character to strengthen their effect, in
:the handwriting of Cass himself."
And yet this is the gentleman which cer-
tain Southern Democrats are in favor of for
the Presidency !


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Dundee, .......... yd
Peanut,............yd
BALE ROPE, Kentucky...... lb
Northern,..... lb
Manilla,........ .lb
BREAD, Navy............... cwt
Pilot,................cwt
COFFEE, Rio,.................lb
Havana. .............Ib
Java. ................Ib
CANDLES, Sperm,..... .......lIb
COR.DAGE, Manilla,......".....lb
Hemp,............lIb
Tarred, ...lb
CIDER, Northern,.... ........bbl
DOMESTIC GOODS--
Brown Shirtings,....yd
Sheetings,....yd
Tickings,...... ......-yd
Cottonades,.......... yd
Calico Prints,......... yd
Kentucky Jeans,..... yd
DUCK, Russia ................ yd
DYES, Logw'd, Campeachy,..ton
St. D6mingo,.-ton
Fustic,................. ton
Indigo,. ................lb
FLOUR, Northern,........... bbl
Western,............ bbl
FISH, Cod,..... ........... ..box
Macke'rel-, No. ,.......bbl
No. 2,. ...bbl
' No. 3,.......bbl
HERRING............... .... box
FRUIT, Almonds,..............lb
Raisins,. .... .... ....box
Prunes,. ..............lb
Currants,.............. lb
Figs,.. .. .. ..... lb
'Lemons, ............ box
FURS, Otter,....................
FEATHERS,...................Ib
GRAfN, Oats,..-............. bush
Corn, ..... ......-..bush
GLASS,. .....................box
H AY,..... .................... cwt
HIDES, Green.................lb
Dry, country,...........Ib
IRON, English,........ .... lb
Swedes,.. ...... .... Ib
H oop,...................Ib
Sheet...................Ib
Nail Rods,. .............lb
Casting. American,. .... lb
LtMIBER_- a.
Boards, White Pin&e,..... M
Yellow ......M
Staves,. ..... ............M
White Oak Heads,.'...... M
4Z ." Heading...... M
LEAD, Bar, .....b..............Ib
Sheet...................lb
LIM E,. .......................bbl
MOLASSES, N. 0........... gal
NAVAL STORES, Pitch,....bbl
Oakum, bale
R'osin,... bbl
Tar,:..... bbl
N AILS,... ....................keg
OILS, Linseed ................ gal
Olive,..... .. .... ....bottle
Sperm,................. gal
Lard,.................... gal
Tanners'................gal
Castor,........... ......-gal
PROVISIONS, Pork, Mess,...bbl
M.O....bbl
l< Prime,..bbl
1Bacon Hams, ........Ib
canvassed,. .lb
Sides,... ..... ....lb
Shouldeis,....... lb
L:ARD, .... .. .. ... ... .... lt,
BU'-TER, ... .... ; .'... ...blh,
CHEESE, .... ... ..'.. .... lb
Po'rATroEs,.... .... .... ....bbl
PEANUTS,..................bush
RICE,. .... ....... ......... Ib
SPICES, Cassia,.,.............. lb
Cloves,. ..............lb
Ginger root, ......... lb
ground.,.... .. .1I
NetMegs, ........ .... ]fc
Pepptr, ........ ......Ib
SUGAR, N. Orleans,........... IL,
St. Croix...........-..Ib
Loaf,..................Ib
SALT, Liverpool,........... sack
Coarser,............. bush
STEEL, Cast'..;...... .... cwl
German,............ cwl
SOAP ..........................lb
SPIRITS, Brandy. Cognac,... -gal
Gin, Holland, ......gal
American, ......gal
Rum, N. E ..........gal
Whiskey, Rect .....gal
Alcohol,........ ....gal
SKINS, Bear,..:...:....... ........
D eer,...:. .... .........
SHOT, all sizes, .......b........b
TOBACCO,....................lb
TEA, Young Hyson,. ..........]b
Souchong,............... lb
T IN ......... ..... .. .. ... ....
TWINE, Baling................lIb
Seine, ..............lb
WINES, Maderia..... ........ gal
Champagne, .... .... doz


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4


a 75
a 800
a 700
a 450
a 12 00
a 700
a 600
a


300
25
18
14
450
450

70
500
75
7
5
51
8
10
7
6


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IYCUA~LLA UAN
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Feb.17, 1847.


Advances
MADE on shipments of Cotton to Liverpool,
Havre, New York and Boston, by
Dec. 16 D. B. WOOD & CO.


Exchange.
DRAFTS on New York, Boston, Provridence,
Philadelphia and Baltimore, bought; and
Sight Checks on New York sold by
WM. G. -PORTER & Co.
Agents Bank of Brunswick,
Dec 30 41 Water street.


1000 a1600
12 00 a


6 a 6
10 a 12
1 50 a 1 62J
25 a 26
a 450
a 400
150 a 200
225 a 300
475 a 950
90 a 1 25
50 a 62J
1 00 a 150
80 a 90
175 a 200
a 14 00
a 12 00
a 10 50
9 a 121
a
7j a 8
51 a 64
9 a 94
20 a 22
8 a 9
225 a 3 00
55 a 65
51 a 51
45 a
37J a 50
9 a 10
11 a 12-
212 a 250
14 a 16
5j a 7j
10 a 11
13 a 14
100 a 125
621 a 75
1800 a 25 00
12 00 a 15 00
5 a 7
175 a 325
137 a 150
40 a 42
37 a 40
22 a 25
62J a 75
100 a 125
7 a 81
7 a 7j
8 a 50
60 a 80
a 50
18 a 20
a 371
100 a 300
1000 a 16 00


Wines on Consignment.
UST received pei ship Marianna, and for
sale low for cash-
10 baskets Hiedsick Champagne,
5 cases old Pale Port Wine,
5 Sanderlan'& 11
10 Duff Gordon Sherry Wine,
10 old East India Maderia Wine,
6 old Sicily Maderia Wine, by
March 2 E McCULLY.


The Indians" Elixir,
A CERTAIN remedy for'chill and fever, for
sale by
Feb 3 .. ALL^N.:-,


Liverpool Sal,
OR sale by
Dec 30 B ELLISC


Notice.
MY wife, Ann Kates, having leA- -my bed and
board without cause, the public are hereby
cautioned against harboring or trusting her on
my account, as I shall not be answerable for any
debts contracted by her from this date.
JOHE KATE3.
Gadsden 'GCo., Feb. 21, 1848. 7-2t*


)N & Co. ,


,Groceries.
2Q BBLS Whiskey; 10 bbls Molasses;,,
1i tierce Rice, juut recd anti for sale ,6y.
Jan 6 .E. McCULLY, 50 Water st.-,


Trusses.
H ULL'S supeiior single and double Trusses
fre sale by
F,-hi I 14 Ps*C Aiicr~


Segars.
S0F the most celebrated brands,
X '00 just received from Havana, and
for sale by E MdCULLY,
DecsI5 50 Water st.
West india Fruit.
18 CANISTERS West India Fruit, preserved
(_O With its originalflavdr, just received from
Havana, for sale by E McCULLYj
Dec 16 50 Water st.
Chocolate.
Kf\ LBS. best Spanish No. 1 Sweet Chocolate,
5 j0 st received from HaVana, for sale by
Dec 23 E McCULLY.
For Sale.
2000SS Salt; 20 firkins superior But.
200 ter. Apply to
Jan 13 COURSE, STONE & Co.


PORT OF APALACHICOLA...... March 2.


ARRIVED.
Feb 21-Schr Stranger, Toby, frmi New Orleans.
P.. ,2--Bark IIoratio, Routelle, fm Boston.
Feb 26-Ship Windsor Fay, Brewer, fm Vera
Cruz, to DB Wood & Co.
2S-Brig New Castle, Swift, fm qt Croix.
March --Br baik Sir John Beresford, Thread-
gold, fm Liverpool.
Steamer Quincy, Allen, fm Chattahoochee.
Steamer Eufaufa, N'Naughton, fm Jernigan.
Steamer Boston, Morton, fin Columbus.
Steamer Champion, Cadwallader, fin Columbus
Steamer Viola, Van Veghten, fm Columbus.
Steamer Notion, McAllister, fmn Columbus.
Steamer Emily, Hall, fm Columbus.
Steamer Mary A Moore, Moore, fin Columbus.
CLEARED.
Feb 25-Alice Frazier, Trott, for New York, by
W A & P C Kain.
Schr Eliza Hull. Tuthile, for New Orleans.
Feb 26-Bark Sarah Sheaf, Sands. for Liver-
pool, by J Day & Co.
Schr Mogul, Pierce, for Mobile.
Schr Monterey, Appleby, for New Orleans.
Feb 29-Bark Cumberland, Hiscucki for New
York, by A Dodge.
March I-Ship Macedonian, Jack, for Boston,
by DB Wood & Co.
B'r. ship Tesse, Oliver, for Liverpool, by Hill,
Dawson & 'o.
Brig Leonora, Manddiel, for Baltimore, by
Nourse, Stone & Co.
March 2-Schr Stranger, Tobey, for N Orleans.

LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT.
SHIPS.
Windsor Fay, Brewer, 646 tons, fm Vera Cruz,
wailing--D B Wood & Co,
Solon, Bucknam, 540 tons, fm New York, wait-
ing--D B Wood & Co.
Canton, Packard, 415 tons, for New York, load-
ing-W A k P C Kain.
Marianna, Gill, 389 tons, fm 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.
Libert, 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, 1lad-
ing--Harper & Holmes and C S Tomlinson.
Urgent Rogers,. 622 tons, for Liverpool, loading-
W A & P C Kain.
Floridian, Whittemore, 443 tons, for New York,
loading-Nourse, Stone & Co.
Constellation, Flitner, 276 tons, foi New York,
loading-A Dodge.
BiARQUEiS.
Sir John Beresford, (Br.) Threadgold, --; tons, fm
Liverpool, waiting-Master.
Horatio, Routelle, 324 tons, fm Boston, waiting-
Master.
Dauntless, (Br.) Johnson, 689 tons, fm Liverpool
waiting--W A & P C Kain.
Cumberland, (Br.) Powers, 402 tons, fm Liver-
pool, waiting-J Day & Co.
Madonna, Mitchel, 489 tons, for Liverpool, load-
ing--;D B Wood & Co.
Gleaner, Smith, 289 tons, for Boston, loading-D
B Wood& Co.
Mary & Jane, Flitner, 346 tons, for New Yotk,
loading=-Noutse, Stone & Co.
BRIGS.
Wm L Jones, Tyler, 220 tons, for N York, load-
ing-A Dodge.
New Castle, Swift, 224 tons, fm St Crix, wait-
ing-Master.


QUOTATIONS;
In&f rior ... ............... ... ....,
Ord. to Good Ord.- .... ....6 a 641
M iddling .... ............ ....... .. ... i6 a 641
Good Middling.. ......................... 61 a 6j
M id. Fair ........ .... ....6......1......... 6
Fair .... ........... ................... 7
FRrTEIHIrs-.-We have no change to notice in the
rates to either foreign or coastwise ports.
QUOTATIONS :
To Liverpool ......................... 9-16d.
To New York ... .. .................... lc
To Boston ............................. 9 c.


Coffee.
110SACKS Rio, Havana, and St. Domningo,
10 0 Cofine, for sale low by
Dec 23 E McCULLY.


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


POTATOES-100 bbls.; Turnips-50 bbls.;
Carrots-50 bbls.; Beets-50 bbls.;
Parsnips-25 bbls., for sale I by ,,
Dec 30 ... EI.tISON & Co. -


Stock on hand Sept. 1, 1847 ..... 578
Received past 3 days ........... 4871
previously ..... .... 51169
Total .......-- 56618
Exported past 3 days ............ 6494
6 previously......... ..22121
Total .......-- 28615
On hand and on shipboard notcleared 28003


74433

35039
39394


W ILL sell on SATURDAY, 4th inst., at 11
o'clock, A. M., in front of Chas. Rogers &
Co.'s office-
20 kegs Butter,
20 boxes Rasins,
5 Old Madeira Wine,
To close consignment.
ALSO;
At Store No. 28, up-stairs, on SATURDAY
EVENING, at 7 o'clock-
An Invoice Ready Made Clothing. Sale pos-
itive. Terms cash.
JNO. S. HUTCHINSON,
March 2,1848. Auctioneer.


Dr. Woodruff's Dysentary Cor-
dial,
FOF Diarrhoea, Dysentary, Cholera Morbus,
Cholera Infantum, and summer complaint of
children, for sate by 4
Feb 3 J.C.-ALLEN.


Snuff.
COTCH and MaiaMt,; in bottles ana blad'-
ders, just received and 'for sale by .. I
Feb 17 H F ABELL-
Sarsaparilla.
B"ULL'S, Sand's, Bristol's and, Bailey's com-
pound fluid extract of Sarsaharilla, just reA
ceived, and for sale by
Feb 17 H1 F AB;'EELL:


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


Henryis Miagnesiai
UST received and for sale by
Feb 24 H F A


BELL.


Past Previ|,TOTAL Last
WHIT1ER EXtPORTED. 3 days ously. Season
LUverpool............ .. 3220 .. 5618 ..8838 ..5690
N antz ................ ...... ...... ... .. ......
Trieste ............... ...... ... 849 ...849 ....
Genoa : ........... .. ...... ............ ..958
Other ports .......... ..... ...... ...... ......
Total to For. Ports. ..3220. *6467 ..9687 ..6648
New York ......*...... .. 109 .7694 .8785 ...7093
Boston ............... .. 1400'..4914 ,6314 ..5660
Providence ... ............. 1964 ..1964 ..3696
Philadelphia .... .. ...... ... ....
Baltimore..... ...... 451 ...729 ..1180 ..1600
New Orleans.......... .. .332 ...353 ...685 ..9080
Otherports .......... ...... ...... .... 1262
Total Coastwise... .3274 -.15654 -.18928 .28391
TOTAL-PALES. ........ 28615 .35039
POIRT OF ST. MARKS.
COTTON STATEMENT, Feb. 22, 1848.
Stock on hand Sept. 1, 1847, estimated...... 300
Received since, .............. 19400
Total_................. .. 19700
Exported since ist September, ............ 614484
On hand and on shipboard not cleared,...... 5216
ExPORTS oF COTTON
From the Port of St. Marks, commending ist
Sept., 1847, and same time in 1846.
1847-8 1846-7
New York,..................... 13357 9145
New. Orleans .................... 1127 833
Charleston,................... 174
Total,...;..,.. bales 14484 10152


Razor Strops.
C HAPMAN and Emerson's Strops, just re-
ceived and for sale by
Feb 24 H F ABELL.


Dr. Woodruff's Antib'ilious Veg.
etable ifi d iifs,
FOR sale by
Feb 8 J C ALLEN;


Cotton Weigher.
THE subscriber having been appointed a
Weigher of Cotton, respectfully solicits em-
ployment from the merchants of Apalachicola.
He has a family dependant on his labor, and
hopes that opportunity will be afforded him to
gain a support "for them in this community)
where such an appeal has *never been made in
vain. ALEX. McALPIN.
March 2, 1848. 7-tf


Lancets.
SPRING and Thumb Lancets, just received
and for sale by
Feb 24 H F ABELL.


Iazors,
WADt & BUjTCHAR'S and Rodgers & Son';
superior Razors for sale by g
Feb 24 H F ABELL.


Western Prodaee.
ST. LOUIS Flour, Ohio do, Lard, Whis.ey;'
Sugar, choice and prime, Molasses, Pork, mesA
*and prime; Bacon, Hams, Side? and Shoulders, (fo
sale by .. B. ELLISON & Co.
Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut s4s.


Piles.
ITCHETT'S celebrated Spanish Specific, for
sale by [Feb 24] H F ABEEL.


W" IHEREAS, S. R Bonner became ptirchaser
from the Apalachicola Land Company, on
the 22d day of April, 1836, of Lots numbers 5
and 10, in Block No. 28, and Lots Nos. 1, 8, 13
and 14, in Block E2, together with the wharf pri-
vilege known on the map or plan of the city as
No. 29, at the price of $18,265, for which he-ex-
ecutted his notes, &c. in favor of said Company,
which remain unpaid, with the interest due
thereon; And whereas, by the agreement thade
with the said S. R. Bonner, it was fully under-
stood that in case of failure to pay the said notes
according to the contract, the said Company
should be at liberty, on giving thirty day's notice
in a public gazette, published in Apalachicola, to
re-sell said Lots at the risk of said purchaser, for
the benefit of said Company, and if any surplus
remained, after paying said notes, given for and
on account of said Lots and all costs and ex-
penses, the same shall be paid to the said S. R.
Bonner, or his legal representatives; and where-
as, the said S; R; Bonner has failed to pay said
notes, now the said Compay, in pursuance of the
premises, Will expose the Lots aforesaid to sale
at auction, in front of the Court House in said
city, on Thursday the sixth day of April next,
between the hours of 10 o'clock, A. M. and 2
o'clock, P. M. for cash, to pay up said notes and
costs and charges.
JAS. E. BETTNER, Agent of the
trustees of the Apalachicola Land Co;
Apaladhicola, March 2, 1848.


Cluaia ellies.
N different sized boxes, just received frotrhHa:
vana, and for sale bY
Dec 23 E McCULLY.


Bacon, Flour# Sugar, Coffee and
Salt,
ALWAYS on hand; and for sale low by
Dec 23 E McCULLY.


S EDLITZ,:Yeast and Soda Powders of thie
". Sest quality, for sale by
Jdly 17 J. C ALLEN-%


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


Wood Wari, &c.;
B ARREL Covers, Painted Pails, Tubs, Flour
Pails, Measures, Trays, Axhelves, Buckets,'
Blooms, &c. &c. for sale by
B. ELLISON & Co.
Dec Cor. Wafe, ana Chestnut sts;


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


B"OOTs, Shoes and Brogans, by the 'as -
Women's Shobe and Busking;
Men's, Boys and Youth'sBrogans;
finesew'dBrbgans;
Men's pegged iBosi
g" fine sewed Popts;,
Russet Brogans. For sale-by
B: ELLISON & CO.,
Dee 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.


For Sale.
K K BBLS Hay, now landing from ship Flori-
05vj dian. Apply to
Dec 23 NOURSE, STONE & Co.


FOr Sale,
T HE Printing Office of the "Commercial
Advertiser." Apply to
Feb. 24, 1848. J. L. WYMAN.


Holmes' Vegetable Pills,
FOR, DYSMENORRHEA OR PAINFUL
MENSTRUATION.
T HESE celebrated Pills have become so fam-
ous for their virtues, in curing this disease,
that butlittle need be said of them, their action
upon the system is wonderful, they immediately
arrest all pain in this disease, no matter of how'
long standing. Pamphlets containing 30 pages
of testimonials from the profession. Foi 'sale by
March'2 J C ALLEN.
Horse and bray
FOR sale cheap. Apply to
Nov 11 E. McGfULLY, 50 Water si.


School BookEs.
SCHOOL BVOOKS, of all kinds, just rec'a by'n
.Nov 11 J. C. ALLEN,.


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


B EEF--Mess and Prime,
Pork-Do do
Bread-Navy and Pilot, for sale by
Dec 30 B ELLISON & Co.
Cordials;
A FEW dozenrbottles, just received from Ha-
vana, and for sale by
Dec 23b E MtCULLY.


UININE, Camphor and Piperine; uist re-
v3( ceived and for sale by"
Apri ir 7 il. F. ABELL.


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


Osnaburgs.
BALES Georgia Osnaburgs, oh consign-
rment, for sale by
J. DAY & Co.


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


Irish Potatoes and Onions.
A FINE article for sale by
.NovL.1, E, McCULLY, 50 Water st.


10
Dec


I


MARBLE YARD
IN COLUMBUS.
THE Subscriber, one 'of the firm of Madden &
Adams, of Columbus, Ga., ivifl l main some
flime 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 recefye 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. P. A.
Febrfalry 24, 1848. 6-3m*
1041iC n Music music .
S THE subscriber respectfully informs
the citizens of Apalachicola, that he
intends to recommence teaching on
next Thursday, 27th ih$tant, fn evening class.
Those desirous of taking lesson's on the follow-
ing instruments, Spanish Gditar', Ffute, Violir,
ZTenor or Alto Violin) ard Violincel'lo, would
o well to apply as early as possible, as they can
have the piivilege of selecting the hours which
may suit their.convenience.
TERMS :-$10 for eTght weeks of t6wo les-eono
each week, the course to close on 10th March.-
Application at my office, in Bal'tzell's Buitding.
Music furnished at 4r 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 throtlgh protracted sickness.
Advances.
LIBERAL Advances will be made on Co'tton
consigned to our friends in Havre, Liver-
pool, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and
New Orleans.
H f r1AIJ TA JZ, DOVfAT NT


MARINE INTELLIGENCE.


COMMERCIAL.1

Cd-kro..-The sales of cotton Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday were quite large, amounting to
some 2,500 to, 3,000 bales. To-day there is but
little doing in the market. We make ieo change
in quotations.








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Castile Stp, "
JUST received; and for'sale-by "
Nov 11, ;,H F. ABELLL.; *
MOFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND PHCiNIM:
BITTERS, just received and for'sale by
Nov 21 J. C. ALL :
S'HEETINGS, Shirtings "and Print tb a
bale and case, low forcash, by
B. ELLISON &'CO; "
Dec 9. Cot. Water and Chestnut sto.
*- .' '


.FR...FB ARRIVAL OF
Drugs, fledteines, Paints, 0114
Dye-StffllPerfumery, &e.:
I TH diged returns his thinks
to his frie iand the public for'their
VIgf liberal patrol ge, and begs to inform
^|n& that he is no- receiving an addition-
c al supply*@ W added to his former
stock, renders his aMss&int unusually large
and complete. Engli~L.ench, German and
American Drugs; Cosn^:^^ Perfumery; Glass
and Druggists Glass wai ,'&c., are offered
to Physicians, Country Meribhants and others on
the most liberal terms-all of which be warrants
pure and unadulterated.
H. F. ABELL,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
45 Water street.


.....-^t.~- -**p'..Tax Collector's Sale. block 13-1 lots nos 3 to 10 inclusive unimproved:
I block 135 lots nos 3 to 10 inclusive unimproved
JLY virtue of the authority in me vested by law, block 136 lots nos 1 2 3 6 7 8 9 10 unimproved
B I will expose to sale, before the Court House block 137 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
IDoor, in the City of Apalachicota, on Monday the block 138 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
"8th,( day of May, 1818, between the hours of ten i block 139 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
A; M. and four P. M. the following real estate, block 140 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved:
*sliatfl n hp irvnfA michcna (wwdasblolck 141 lots nos 1 2 3 4 5 89 10 unimproved:
-situated in the City of Apalachicola, (assessed as block 141 lots nos 1 t 8 4 elusive unimproved:
- the property, of Liewis Curlis and Josaph Dela- b Iock 143 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
;f field Trustees of' the Apalachicola Land Corn- block 144 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
. pany,) or so much thereof as will pay the Taxes block 145 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
for 1817, assessed, thereon, and in arrear unpaid block 146 lots nos'l to 10 inclusive unimproved
,to theState of Florida, and the County of Frank- block 147'lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
,hin, together with the cost of advertisement and block 148 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
,,sale, and which said real estate is described as block 149 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
*vi -* 1 n/ r r'-., .. Block 150 lots nosl12 3 4 7 8 910 unimproved
followsin theMapof' said City, viz. block 157 lots nos 1 2 3 4 7 8 9 10 unimproved
Block A, range It lots no.s. J to 14, inclusive, block 158 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
*unimproved; block A, range -2, lots nos. 1, 1), 6, block 159 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
..'9, 11, 13.,, 1t, unimproved; block A, range -2,, block 167 lots nos 1 2 3 4 7 8910 unimproved
lots nos. 2, 4, 5, 10, 1:2, improved; block B, range 'block 168 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved:
1, l~otsno3. 3, 10, 9, 16, 17, unimproved ; block block 169 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
B, range 9, lots nos. 13, 11, unimproved ; block block 170 lots nos 1 2 3 4 7 8 9 10 unimproved :
B, range 2, lots no,92, 3, 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, inmprov- block 174 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved:
ed; hieo C, rang )ts nos. 3, -1, 1., 13, unim' I block 175 lots nos 3 to 10 inclusive unimproved
proved; block C, range 2, lotsnos. 9, 10,,12,-b ock 176lotsnos1236 7 8 9 10 unimproved
po c C5 block 177 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved-E
3,, ur9,t,,.|; 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 nos 1 9 45 6 7 8 9 10 unimproved:
3,.7, 8, 9, unimproved; block D, range 2, lots block 180 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
nos. 1,2, 5, improved: block E, range 1, lots nos. block 181 lots nos 1 2 3 4 5 8910 unimproved
3, 4, 5, 16, 17, 18, improved; block E, range 2, block 182 lots nos 1 to 8 inclusive unimproved:
lots nos. 7, 8, 13;-1-, 1.5, 1,6, 17, 18, 19, unim. block 183 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
ot improvd block 184 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved
roed; block E, range 2, 1ot rio. 4, ,improved ; block 185 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
block F, range 2, lots nos. 5., 6, 7, 13, 1-4, 19, 20, block 186 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved
unimproved ; block H, range 1, lots nos. 5, S, I block 187 lots nos 1 to 10 mnlusive unimproved
10, It, 13, 1:3, 2T, u:iimprovedl; block H, range block 188 lots nos 26 7 8 9 10 unimproved: block
*2, lots 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, 17, unimproved; block J, range t, lots nos 6 7 89 10 unimproved.
*nos. 2, 3, 4,'5, G, 7,8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 11, 15, WHARF LOTS.
13, 17, 18, 19, uniinmproved; block J, range 2, 100 feet lot No r'2; 50 feet foot of Leslie
lots nos. 1, 2, 3,4-1, 5, 6, 7, S, 9, 10, I1, ;12, 13, 11, street ; 100 feet lot No 16; 100 feet lot No 17 ;
I., 1-, 17, is, 19, 2:J, unimproved; block K, 100 feet lot No 19 ; 90 feet foot of Centre street;
twn2e 'l1 'lots nos, '1, 2, 3, 4,15, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 60 feet South part of lot No 20; 30 feet North
12. 13, 11, 115, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20, unimproved ; part of lot No 22; 90 feet foot of Chestnut st.;
b61(1k K, range '.2, lots nos. 1, 2, 3, .A, 5, 6, 7, S, 9, 100 feet of lot No 25; 90 feet foot of Cherry st.
19,,11, 12,), 13, 1-, 1-), 1.3, 17 18, 19, 20, unim- A s,,-Alt Land lying on the West side of the
proved; block L, lots nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, .5, 6,-7, 8, Apalachicola-Bay, North and West of the City of
9. 10, It, 12,1,, 14, 15, I, 1M7, IS, 19, 20, unit- Apalachicola, to the Western boundaries of
pr-oved ; block M, Lots ,nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Franklin County; also, St. Vincent's Island, St.
9, .1:,, 1Lo1"2, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, IS, 19 20, unim- Geoige's Island, and Dog Island, (exclusive of
proved; block N, lots tios. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, S 9, that portion olf S-t. Georges and Dog Island owned
10, 11, 12, 13, 1.1, 15, 16 17, 18, 19, 20, -unim- by the U. S; Government) ; also, all Lands lying
proved ; block 0, lot, nos. 1. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,, 7,,8, 9, East of the Bay of Apalachicola and bordering
10, It, 2, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, unim- on St. George's Sound, and running Eeast to the
proved ; blo-tk P, tots uos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, G, 7, 8, mouth of New River, from thence in a direct line
9, to, 1, 12, 13, 11, 1.5, 1 17, 18, 19,20,.unim- to the Chipola. Cut-off, following the Apalachi-
proved; block Q., IAts hns. 1, 2, 3, 4,35, 6, 7, 8, .cola River down to its mouth, including Forbe's
9, t, 1, 1"2, 13, 11, 1.5, 10, 17, 18, 19, 20, unim- Island (so called); the whole containing 285,000
proved; block-S, lots nos. 1 to 2:), inclusive, acres of third quality of Land, and 1000 of 2d
tairnproved ; block l, lots no. 4, 7,unimproved ; quality, -as per returns made by the Assessor of
block 1, Lot no. 8, improved ; block 3, lot no. 9, State taxes for Franklin County.
u.-iiaproved ; block 4, lots nos 3,54, G6 7;-8, 9, un- JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff;
imr)roved;, block 4, lot no. 2, improved; block and Ex-Officio.Tax Collector Franklin Co.
5, lots nos. 2 to 6, in."lusive, unimproved ; block Apalachicola, Nov. 4,1847. 42-6m.
5, lots n os. 1,7, 8, 1`0, improved; block 6, lots Sheriff's Sale.
=,: 1 7, 8, 9, ti, u-i:npreved ; block 6, lotsrnos. Yy virtue of two ft. fas., to me directed, from
2, 3, 4, improved; block 7, lots nos. 1, 2, 3, 9, 10, Cc C Franklin county, one in
unimproved ; block 7, lots nos. 6, 7, 8, improved ; favor of- George Sinclair, and one in favor of I
bock 8, los no3. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, imnpovbd ^
blck8,losno.2,4 5- 6 7 8' pr 5 ;J. Moses vs. Henry Hodges, I have levied upon
b oc'< 9, lots nos. 1, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, unimproed; 0 idea
bloc 9,tot no. 1 -1 5, 7,89unmrvd and will expose to sale to the highest bidder, at
block 10, lots nos. 3, 8, improved ;block 10, the Court House door, the Couril Chamber, that
lots nos. 4, 7, imnproved; block 14, lots nos. 4, 8, b t p
uw,,mprove( b ; lock It, lots nos (, 7, 9, 0, enw, pae o h theCityof
nnirproed loc 1-, tts os.4.,91 0, -1-Apalachicola, Franklin county, on the first Mon-
wnirproved; b lock 1.3, lots no. 4, 9 10, ,u- day in March next, within the legal hours of sale,
improved; block 7, no. 9, improved; block e -following described property, to-wit: The
17, lots nos. 6,,7. improved; block 18, lots nos. D
2, 5, 6, 7, 8," 9, unimpoved; block 18, lot dwelling house, situate in the city of Apalachi-
,w). 4, improved ; bock 10, lots nos. I to 10., in- cola, on lot numce.r ten, block number nine, cor-
Y-csi,, ui^n:Jved; block ots no. 3 to 10, n-,,er of Centre and Liveoak streets, property of
elusivev, uaimp.roved; blocked 2J, lo)ts nos. 3 -to 10, ^ QNLCASeif
iinclusive, uainn )roved ; bloc'c 21, lot no. 5, im- defendant. JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff.
'proved ; block 21, lots nos.lI to 4Iand 6 to10, inclu-' By B. LUCAS, D. S.
give, unimproved; block 22, lots nos. 1,3, unim- Jan. 26, 1848. 2-tds
proved; block -13, lots nos. 6, 7, 8, 9, unimproved ; Shierilfs Sale.
'block'21., lots nos.1,2,3,G6, 7,S, 9,10,urinirprov'd; VQY virtue ot a mortgage fieri facias, to me di-
block 2.3, Lots nos. 3, 4, 5, 6, unimproved; block ; rected, from the Circuit Court of Franklin
23, lots nos. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, unimproved; bl'-,ck County, in favor of Henry G. Guyon, versus Jane
27, lots nos. 1 to 10,i'->clusive, unimproved; block. Vallou, Adm'x estate of J. W. Flavel, deceased,
"28,-lots nos. 5, Gq, 7, 8, 10, unimproved; block and William Valleau, her husband, I have levied
23, lots nfs. 3,14, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, unimproved ; on the south halt of Lot 5, Block 15, and the im-
block 3), lot no. 8, utimproved; block 31, lots provements thereon, being the premises mort-
nos. 5, 8, 9, 1Y), u dlinproved ; block 3-2, lots nos.. gaged by J. W. Flavel, deceased, to plaintiff in
1,2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9. 1), 1imreproved ; block-33, lots execution, and will expose the same for sale at
nos. 6, 9, unimproved ; block 31, lot.i nos. 2 to the usual hours of sale, in front of the Market
10, inclusive, uirniproved; block 35, lots nos. 1; House, Apalachicola, that being the usual place
6, 7, 8, 9, 10, unimproved ; block 36, lots nos. 2 for holding Court, on the first Monday in March
to u), incluive, improved; block 37, lots nos. next, to satisfy said fi fa.
4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, unimproved ; block 38, lots JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff,
nr. 2 to 9, incl'aive, iuninproved ; block 39, lots, By B. LUCAS, Deputy.
nos., 1 to 10, incln.iVe, u improved ; block 40, Apalaehicola, Feb. 3, 1848.
lts nos. 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 9, 10, unimproved;
block 41 and 42, lots nos. 1 to 106, inclusive, each Hardware, Ship Chandlery, &C.
blo&k, urinimeroved ; block 43, lots nos. 1, 2, 3, 9, THE Subscribers have on hand for sale-
l1, u:iim;)r.)ved,; block 41, lots nos. 1 to 10, inclu- T1 LOCKS, assorted, Butts, Screws, Hinges,
sive, unim )roved; block 45, lots no,3. 1 to 10, in- Handsaws, Millsaws, Crosscut do, Planes,
elusive, uniirmproved; block 46, lots no3. 3, 4, 5, Compasses, Augers, Gimblets, Chisels, Brace
6, 7, 8, u ii:n;)r,)ved ; block 47, lots nos. 1 to 10, and Bitts, Rules, Bevels, Squares, Broadaxes,
irclusive, unimproved; block 48, lots nos. 1 to Ship do, Collins' do, Adze, Hatchets, Ham-
10, inclusive, unimproved; block 49, lots nos. 1 mers, Shutter Hangings, Blind doSteelyards,
to 10, inclusive, unimproved ; block 50, lots nos. Counter Scales, Platform do, Cotton do,
1 tof10, inclusive, unimproved; block 51, lots Kitcnen Ware, Table Cutlery, Shovel and
ino. 2 to 10, .inclusive, uninproved ; block 52, Tongs, Fire Irons, &.c.
lots nos. '1 to 9, ircldusive, unimproved; bloek 5!-, BLACKSMITHS' Bellows, Anvils, Sledges,
lots nos. 1 to 10), inclusive, unilnproved; block Hammers-, Vices, Serewplates, Stoeks and
*55,dots nos.. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 10, unimproved ; Dies, Tongs, Files, Rasps, &c.
'block 53, lots nos. 1 to 10), inelusive, unimprov- IRON-Sweeds, English and American, assorted,
e d; block 53, lots nos. 1 to 10, inclusive, unim- round, flat and square, Band,Hoop, Sheet and
proved ; bl-ock 59, lots nos. 1 to 10,' inclusive, un-' Boiler Iron, Railroad, Spike do, Horseshoe
improved ; block (50, lots nos. 1 to 8, inclusive, un- h'on" and Nails, Cast, English, Blister and
improved ;. block 01, lots nos. 1 toS8, inclusive, un- German Steel.
imn'iove,1; blocks 62 to 69 inclusive unimproved; PLO[IGHS-Single and Double Cornsheliers,
block'70 lots nos t to0 inclusive unimproved ; Cornrrills, Logchains, Trace do, Ox do,
block 71. l)ts nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ; Shovels and Spades, Weeding Hoes, Garden,
block 7:2 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved; Laue and Grubbing Hoes.
block 75 lots nos 1` to 10 inclusive unimproved ; CORDAGE--Manilla and Hemp, assorted, Pitch,
block 76 lots nos 1 ,to 10 inclusive unimproyed ; Tar,-Rosin, Coal Tar, Bright Varnish, Hand-
block 77 lot. nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved; spikes, Blocks, Oars, &c.
bloek 73 lots nios 1 'to 10 inclusive unimproved ; CASTINGS-Sugar Kettles, Mills and Caul-
block 81 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved; drons, Bakeovens, Spiders, Pots, Enameled
block 82 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ; Kettles, Tea Kettles, &c.
block 83 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ; TINWARE--A full assortment.
block 81` lots nos 1 to 1O0inclusive unimproved; Wholesale or retail.-
blozk 85 logs nos l to 10 inclusive unimproved; ROBERTS, ALLEN & Co.
block 835 lots nos 1 to 8 inclusive unimproved; Apalachicola, Jan. 20, 1848.
bloek 87 lots ros 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved; Hardware.


block 89 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved; "-)LAINS, Plain Irons, single and double, Ham-
block 89 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved; gmers, Draw Knives, Augurs, Auguer Bits,
Mboclk a9 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved; Spring Braces, Timber Scribes, Turn Screws,
block 91 lots nos 1' to 10 inclusive unimproved; Marking Guages, Mortice do, Saw Sets, Wood
block 92 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved; Rules, Adzes, Wrenches, Saws, Locks, Hooks
block 93, lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved; and Staples, Butts, Screws, Hinges, Shutter Bolts,
block 9 L lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved; Brads, Tacks, Copper Wire, Melting Ladles, Rat
block 95 lots nos 3 456 78 9 10 unimproved; Traps, Axes, Hatchets, Coffee Mills, Sledge Ham-
block 93 lot; tis 1 2 3 6 7 8 9 10 unimproved; ners, Smith Tongs, Mill Saws, Anvils, &c. &c.
block 97 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved; For sale by B. ELLISON & Co.
block 98 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved; Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.
block 99 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved;
block 10) lots nos L to 10 inclusive unimproved ; Provisions!
block 101 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved; -UST received per schrs. Elizabeth Hull and
block 102 bts nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved; J Santa Rosa, from New Orleans-
block 103 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ; 50 bbls Flour; 20 bxs Cheese;
bloek 101 lots-nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved; 10 hf bbls Butter Crackers; 10 firkins Butter;
Mlock 105 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive- unimproved; 10 bbis Pilot Bread; 20 keg Leaf Lard;
block 106 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved; 500 lbs super Bagg'd Hams;
block 107 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive un-irnproved; 3 hhds N 0 Sugar;
block 103 tots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved Which will be soldnlow by
block 109 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved Jan 6 E McCULLY, 50 Water st.
block 110lots nos I to 10 inclusive improved:
block I1 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved ;Oi Consignment.
block 112 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved TUST received on consignment-
block 113 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : US1,i Segars, Celebradad,"
block 114 lots nos I to 10 exclusive unimproved : 1 S Celebra sero
block 115 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved : 10,000 Cazadores, "Esmero,"
block 116 lots-nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : 6 dozen "Reserve "Maderia,
block 117 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved: 6 "-Regina" Port,
block 118 lots.nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved: 6 Cherry Cordial,
block, 119 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : 10' Tomato Catsup,
"bloak -120 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved: For sale by McCALLA & ROMAIN,
block 121 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved D ec 2 46-tf 9 Columbus Block. _
block 122 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved
block 123 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : hompson's Componnd Syrup of
blocK 124 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : C Syu of
block 125olots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : Tar and Wood Naptha,
lock 126 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : OR the cure of consumption, chronic, bron-
Ibloek 127 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved : 1chitis,: asthma, whooping cough, palpitation
bJock 128 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved of the heart,-liver complaints, and affections of
-b-loek 129 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved the kidneys, for sale by
block 130 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved Feb 3 J C ALLEN
block 131 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimprovedJ A
block- 132 lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved: OALAD OIL, just receivedand for sale by
block 133,lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved; Apr 1 17 H. F. ABELL


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 12qrs
Duffil Blankets, 8, 9 and .10 qrs.
Marseilles Quilts, 9, 10, 11 and 12 qrt,
Denims, Kremlins and Cottonades,
Brown Shirting and Sheeting,
Cotton Osnaburgs,
Cotton Drilling and Ticking,
Linen and Cotton Checks,
Irish Linen, Shirting and Sheeting,
Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting,
English, French and American Prints,
Extra super, plain and twilled Ginghams,
Super Cashmere d'Ecosse,
Extra super Muslin de Laine,
English, Scotch and American do.
Super Italian black and figured Silks,
Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs,
Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs,
English and American Cotton Hkfs,
Madras and Verona head Hkfs,
Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose,
Super Satin, Marseilles & Wortle'd Vestings,
Cotton and Flax Thread,
Plain and fig'd Swiss and checked Muslins,
Jaconet and Cambric Muslins,
Needles, Pins, Tapefcc. &c.
"Which have been selected with great care in
New York and Boston, from Importers and Agents
of Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates, and
are now offered at wholesale or retail on favorable
terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Dec. 30, 1847. 41 Water street.


1


Rellal "NoticC.
IN CHANCERY.
Franklin Circuit Court.
Thomas Orman, t
Vs.
William B. Finch.
T being made to appear by affidavit, that the
defendant resides beyond the limits of the
State of Florida, to wit, in the State of New
York: It is ordered that service of said bill be
perfected on said defendants by publication of
this order for four months in some newspaper
printed in the City of Apalachicola, requiring
him to appear and answer said bill, otherwise it
willbe taken pro confesso.
At Chambers, Sept. 20, 1847.
GEORGE S. HAWKINS,
A True Copy. Judge, &c.
W. VALLEAU, Clerk.


Apalachicola, Nov. 21, 1846..


October 28, 1847. 41-4m
WALTON CIRCUIT COURT.
In Chancery.
Thomas Barkar, 1
vs. Petition for Divorce.
Sarah Samanth Barker.
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court,
by affidavit made in this case, that the de-
fendant, Sarah Samantha Barker, resides beyond
the jurisdiction of the State of Florida : It is or-
dered that the said Sarah Samanth Barker do ap-
pear and answer the said petition within three
months after the publication of this order, or the
said petition will be taken for confessed; and it
is further ordered that this order be published in
some newspaper in the Western Circuit of this
State for the space of three months.
GEG. S. HAWKINS, Judge W..C.
January 6, 1848. 51-3m*
At Chiambers,
APALACHICOLA, DEC. 29, 1847.
John M. Carnochan, Bill for account and
VS. p rii n
George K. Walker, et al. petition.
UPON 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 suit, and the filing ot the
amended Bill, be given in some newspaper pub-
lished in the Circuit, for the space of four
months, and if, upon due proot 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 twenty days from the expiration
of said period of four months, it is further or-
dered, that the same be taken as confessed
against them.
GEO. S. HAWKINS, Judge, &c.
CARMACK & SPRATT,
Compl'ts Solicitors.
A True Copy. WM. VALLEAU,
Dec 30. 50-4 m Clerk.


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A CARD.
T HE Subscribers take this method of inform-
_L ing the citizens of Apalachicola and its vi-
cinity, that they have now on hand a very neat
and well selected Stock of GOODS, which will be
sold low, consisting in part as follows:
Cloths and Cassimeres, various styles,
Fancy Prints., do. do.
Alapaca Lustre; do. Figured,
Silks, Frode Ryne,
do. Montella
do. Satin Striped
Fancy Cashmere Robes
do. Merino do.
do. Delaine do.
Muslins, India Book
do. Swiss, Luce and Colored
Edgings, Lisle, Cap and Thread
Shawls, Damask Silk
do. Marino,
do. Plaid Wool
Kid, Lace and Silk Gloves
Tuskan Gipsey Bonnets, latest fashion
Ribbons in all varieties
Brown Shirting, 7?8) 4-4 and 3-4
Bleached do. 7-8, 3-4, 4-4, 10-4 and 11-4
Blankets, 6-4 and 8-4
Ingrain and Cotton Carpeting
Carpet Bags
Hats and Caps, all styles
Boots and Shoes
Clothing ol all kinds.
Also, a neat assortment of JEWELRY, and
many other articles too numerous to mention.
Call and examine for yourselves.
M. N. SCOTT & BROTHER,
Dee 23 Cor. Water and Centre sts.
B. Ellison & Co., Cor. Water and
Chestnut sts.
SHIP CHANDLERY.
MANILLA and Hemp Cordage of all sizes,
Hambroline, Wormline, Marline, Spun-
yarn, Oakum, Sperm Oil, Fall do. Whale do, Olive
do, Linseed do, Raw do, Boiled do, Spirits Tur-
pemiine, Paints, Window Glass, Putty, White
Lead, Red do, Yellow Ochre, Chrome Green,
Emerald do, Imperial do, Chrome Yellow, Ver-
digris, Lithlrage, Sulphur, Brligllt Varnish, Copal
do, Tar, Rosin, Pitch, Turpentine, Coal, Paint
Bruslhes. Varnish do, Tar do, Scrub do. Clamp do,
Lamp Black, Chalk, Whiting, Russ-ia Dnck, Eng-
lish do, Cotton do, Heavy Havens do, Light do,
White, Blue and Red Bunting, Nails, Copper do,
do Tacks) Ship Spikes, Boat do, Brads, Screws,
Jack Screws, Anchors, Itan&pikes, Capstain
Bars, Oars, Blocks, Shives, Jib Hanks, Hand
Pumps, Deck Buckets, Cedar d'o, Deck Brooms,
Corn do, Caulking Mallets, Sarving do, Axes, Axe
Helves, [looks and Thimbles, Box Htooks, Bale do,
Can do. Cotton do, Boat do, Fish do, Caulking
Irons, Making Irons, Marline Spikes, Ship Scra-
pers, Bung Dippers, Cook's Ladles, Tormentor.-,
Dividers, Compasses, Sail Needles, Sail Twine,
Seine do, Sewing do, Palms, Bigging Leather,
Pump do, Shovels, Hammers, Iatchets. Chisels,
Augurs, Planres, Handsaws, Gimblels, Handsaw
Files, Rat Tail do, Iron Squares, Cupboard Locks,
Stock do, Hooks and Staples, Hinges. Padlocks,
Wood Saws, Pendant I-lanlyards, Hand Lines'
Deep Sea do, Log do, Fish do, Hand Leads, Deep
Sea do, Sheet do, Bar do, Funnels, Lanthorns,
Chalk Lines, Pitch Pots, Log Books, Carg) do,
Belaying Pins, Tin Ware, Crockery, Carpenter's
Tools, Sampson Posts, &-Ve 5ze.
Apalachicola. Dec. 9, 1847.


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C?- All communications should be addressed
(post paid) to
LEONARD SCOTT & CO Publishers,
79 Fulton St., New York.
FRESH GOODS,
No. 39 Water-street.
RECEIVED per brig B. G. Lamar and sl-hr.
-Elizabeth, from New York- .
SHOES-Calf" "Clay" Ties; (to Nullifiers; 1.
Rubber Over Shoes, with leather heels
and soles.
HATS-" Amidons," Beaver and Moleskin, in
extreme fashion; also, a variety suitable
to country trade.
GLOVES-Kid, Silk, Linen, Woolen and Buck,
of all varieties.
HOSIERY-Cotton, Woolen and Silk.
ALSO-A few fasionable Pilot Over Coats,
Black Sacks, Pants, Vests, &c.
Jan 13, 1848. M. P. ELLIS.
MORE NEW GOODS!
T H` subscriber will be receiving and opening
in a few days, an entire new and extensive
assortment of READY MADE CLOTHING,
direct froln the Manufactory, consisting in part of
100 blanket and pilot cloth Overcoats, assorted
style and colors
50 Monkey Jacket-
Sailors' blue and gray Round Coats
Sack, Frock, and Dress Coats
Clothl, Cassimere, Satinett, Janes and Tweeds
Pants, various styles
Flannel Shirts and Drawers
Heavy canton flannel Shirts, Drawers and Sin-
gletts
Fancy cambric and Linen Shirts
Gents. and Boys' fine linen bosom Shirts
Fancy and plain Vests
Hickory Shirts; plain muslin ditto
Suspenders, Gloves, &c.
All or any portion of the above willibe sold to
the trade at New York Factory prices. Terms
made easy. Call and examine the stock.
JNO. S. HUTCHINSON, Aot. Factory,
No. 28 Water street, up stairs.
Apalachicola, Dec. 16,1817., 48-tt'


In Chancery-Franklin County.
Mary Green, by her next friend,)
vs. Bill for Di-
James Green, Defendant. vorce.
HTHE Court having been assured by affidavit
of complainant- in the above cause, that
James Green resides beyond the State of Florida,
but within the United States, it is ordered I hat a
hearing be had upon 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 in Court: Pro-
vided always that a copy of this order shall have
been published in some newspaper of this State
for the space of three months at least before the
first day of said term, and due proof of said pub-
lication be made to said Court.
GEO. S. HAWKINS, Judge, &c.
A Trud Copy.
"WILLIAM VALLEAU, Clerk.
Apalachicola, Dec. 25, 1847. 50-3n


Calhona Circuit Court,
Fall Term, 1S17.


David J. Mears, )
vs. t Bill for Divorce.
Elizabeth Mears.
T appearing to the satisfaction of the Court
that the defendant resides out of the Western
Circuit of Florida, and out of the Stale, it is
ordered that said defendant be required to appear
and answer this bill of complaint on the 1st
Monday in April, A. D. 1818, and in default
thereof this said bill be taken pro confesso, and
that this order be published in some newspaper
in this Circuit, for the space of three months
before the day ordered for the said hearing.
THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.
December 7, 1847. 49-3m


Iron, Nails, &c.
0 TONS Swede Iron, assorted sizes;
20 100 kegs Nails, do.
4 casks Weeding Hoes, assorted qualities;
20 Blacksmith Steel Faced Anvils;
20 cc English and American Vises;
20 cc Bellows;
12 dozen Spades and Shovels;
10 Collins' Axes;
10 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.


Hydraulic Cotton Press.
T HE subscriber is happy to inform his former
patrons, and ship masters generally, that he
has the above press in tip top order, and is now
prepared to compress cotton as well as can be
done by any other press in the city, and on as
good if not on better terms. All he asks is a trial
The warehouse is now in good order, and ready
to receive cotton on storage.
JNO. S. HUTCHINSON, Agent.
Apalachicola, Dec. 16, 1847, 48-tf


AMIIERICAN
Net and Twite Mlfanufacturing
Company,
12 COMM ERCIAL-STR EETr,
(Up Stairs,) BOSTON.
Manufacturers and Dealers in Bryan's Patent
Twine Stands, Post Office Twines, Baleing and
Bundle Twines, McCarty's Cotton Herring "Twine,
Cotton Seine Twine, Tanned and Untanned, Flax
Herring Twine, Hawser and Shroud-laid Mack-
erel Lines; Herring, Pohagan Shad, Bass, and
Dip Nets. Government Seines with Bags; CAd,
Herring, Mackerel, Shad, and Menhaden Seines,
fc.
X. B. JXets and Seines knit to order at short
notice. B. ELLISON & Co., Agenis,
October 14, 1847. 39tf Apalac-hicola


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HHDS St. Croix Sugar;
15 do New Orleans Sugar;
20 bbls St Croix "
5 bxs Stewart's Loaf "
10 bbls ground .. .
100 sacks Rio Coffee; 50 do Java ;
40 bxs Aromatic Tobacco;
50 Mnft'd do.;
20 Sperm Candles; 50 bxs brownSoap;
100 bags Shot; 50 kegs Powder;
*1000 lbs Lead ;
200 kegs White Lead, No. 1, Extra and Pure.
For sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO.
Dec 30 41 Water street.


Boots and Shoes.
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's do. do.
Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes ;
Super Ladies' coarse and fine Calf Boots.
A large and extensive assortment, just received
and for sale by WM. G PORTER & CO.
Dee 30 41 Water street.


JAMES A HOUSTON,
Stenogralhier to the Senate of the U. S.
The "United States Reporter" will be
printed on a large and handsome sheet, and issued
every morning, exceI t Sui:days, at the rate of
$6 per annum.
In connection with the daily paper, there will
be issued from lhe same establishment,
The Mirror of Congress.
This publication will contain exclusively the
Reports of the Proceedings and Debates of the
Congress of the United States. It will be issued
semi-weekly, in an elegantquarto form, through-
our'fue' 'sessions o to subscribers at the rate of two dollars for the
long session* and one -dollar for the short session;
It is believed that.this great national work wil,!
bee deemed indispensable in the library, of every
public institution, politician, and, professional
man,, througlout:the country.; and that it will be
regarded by the great mass o' the people as the
very'best political text book for their ownidstruc*
tion and that of their children. "
IMPORTANT. ANNOUNCEMENT,' .VA.
Throughout the session of Congress, BtXis
will be issued from the office of the." Uu;ited
States Reporter," containing t66 -repOits of all
such Debates as may possess peculial exciting
interest. "
All subscriptions and ccimmupicatioif to, b6
post-paid, and addressed ."-'" '
.. JAMES A. HOUSTON, 5
United States Reporter, 1Vashingloin, D. C.
J u ly 3 1 1 8 4 7 .
All newspapers 'throughlout-the United "Stales
who publish this Pro'speetusence a wedk fronb
this date till the meeting of Congress,41- tbl lie-en*
titled to an exchange With the "uaite. States
,Reporter," and will belplaced on id erli'st o $ Ibose
to whom the Extras will be despatcied, ..' *


-Y


Map Agents Wanted.
T HE subscriber wishes to engage in the sale of
his Maps a number of young and middle
aged men of moral and business habits, as tra-
velling agents. Having completed new and
greatly improved editions of his Universal Atlas,
72 Maps; large Map of the World, Reference
and Distance Map of the United States, National
Map of the United States--also, a variety of
other Maps, including several Maps of Mexico,
the subscriber is prepared to furnish agents, for
cash, at the lowest possible prices.
Address,
S. AUGUSTUS MITCHELL,
Northeast corner of Market and Seventh
Dee 30 Streets, Philadelphia.
Blank Books and Stationery.
LEDGERS, Journals, Day Books, &c.
50 reams Foolscap and Letter Paper;
Cotton Memorandum Books;
Ship and River Bills Lading;
Boooks for Letter Press.
'Blank Bills of Exchange and Checks,
Just received and for sale by
March 1 H. F. ABELL.


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


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


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


Groceries and Shiip Stores.
R1IO COFFEE, Java do, St. Domingo do,
Northern Flour, Western -do; N 0 Sugar,
St. Croix do, Porto Rico do, Young Hyson Tea,
Hyson do, Powchong do, Souchong do,- Goshen
Butter, Cheese, Lad, Bacon Hams, Sides, Shoul-
ders, Molasses, Whiskey, Mess and Prime Beef,
Mess and Prime Pork, Mackerel. Shad, Salmon,
Herring, Sounds and Tongues, Cod Fish Tongues,
Pepper, Spices,: Catsups, Pepper Sauce, Olives,
Capers, Pickles, Soap, Starch, Tobacco. Navy
Bread, Pilot do, Crackers, Vinegar, DriedWFruits,
Beans, Salt, Raisens, Macaroni, Vermacelli, Ar-
row Root, Corn, Oais, Buckwheat, Mustard, Rice.
For sale by B. ELLISON & CO.
Eec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.


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


Cider.
BBLS Champagne, for sale by
50 Dee 30 B ELLISON Co.


Fresh Ga den Seeds.
A LAGE assortment of Fresh Seed, just rec'd,
and for sale by
Nov 11 J. C. ALLEN.
SWEDE Iron, Scotch do, Weeding an rden
Hoes, Blacksmiths Bellows, Cotton a Wool
Cards, Spades and Shovels, Cauldron an-. Sugar
Pans, Ploughs, &c. &c. for sale by
B ELLISON & Co.
Dec 9 Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.
Bailey's Tonic Mixture.
HIS is a valuable compound fluid extract of
T Cinchona and Rubra, a vegetable febrifuge
for the cure of Fever and Ague. Sold by
June 12 H. F. ABELL,


Vinegar.
A FEW bbls pure Cider Vineiar,- 'or sale low
by E. McCULLY,
Nov 11 50 Water st.


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


Candied Fruit.
UST received from Havana, and for sale by
Dec 23 E McCULLY.


Molasses.
"K[ HHDS West Indies; 50 tierces Florida,
5u for sale by B. ELLISON & CO. '
Dec 30 Cor Water and Chestnut sts


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


PROSPECTUS
OF THE


FLORIDA WHIG,
A WEEKLY PAPER,
TO BE PUBLISHED IJV MfARMNq 'dl.
THi 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.
TEnMs-Three dollars per annum, in advance.,
$3 50 if paid within six months; or $1 00 at the
end of the year.
BENJ. G. LIDDON & CO.
July 31, 1847.
LEONARD SCOTT & CO'S LIST OF
FOREIGN PERIODICALS.
RE-PUBLICATION OF
THE LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW,
THE EDINBURGH REVIEW,
THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW,
THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW,
AND'
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE.

The above Periodicals are rep-rinted in New
York immediately on their arrival 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 fac-
simile of the Edinburgh edition.
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 ENGLISH
reader.
TERMS.


Drugs and Medicines.
STHE subscriber has, and will
constantly have, on hand, a complete
assortment of DRUGS and MfEDI-
CINES, which he will warrant pure
and of the best quality. Country
Merchants'and Planters will find it
to their advantage to call, examine and price hig
Goods, before purchasing elsewhere.
N. B. Physician's prescriptions put up with
care and accuracy at any hour of the day or night;
J. C. ALLEN,
March 2i Cor. Centre and Commerce sts;.




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i'li.l l 1ft a.lvaara. 01: <:3: r"J "' Maid within *'X jRttJUlI; S, CLOT1I1.VV, J J'.KUTS; *fjHATS l1t'E: tno.t appioxed! f.lj'Il'"o! Patent Cracker C.ti-! But: kind and generous, and 1 warms piolicicncy upon the jttic l)nt: and had! : /"-ij> at the !, i.iers* IrUII,ot, rm Gir;ier

of l.a.1 ,\c., t ter Hoots and Shoes made in a "superior manner: :1 were the lie:irl-> I met t, been foifiinate enough to secure a most |or- : rhan a rat. When i/niii:In[ to rite I ibl* in
d"trtb J llvM1 fur a J If-* term than MX Cor. Wjtcr and! Cenln'-sfrcet! He will keep constantly on hand a lar' e and selected Their xxelcome h.id '
1i0'a.r ripttnn < for no purser to chain', midahlu sjkecim'-n, .ot that musical, .artu-le., tin! fwnn of rhups von may roirr >m jte
wd!? invariably IHurswd ass!nluu'nt of Heady; M.id[ Hoots Shoes Ur lure fon-et r
mluth; .-ll1d: vr-r 8. will: bf die-r'uuuuuduntilthe ; ih'c'i 3 i__ : "I\.tI'JI.il'OI.I'J.I. and Jro; -;all'i.11 mendingidune with neatness 31 v oxvn loxed me; to land. The came I several na\s. [/rc\'io\l., and xxhich he had.I mil with :i half crown pren' |r rali if I" dll..ttJlH

( I't'ri04.",: ar" )jl.UJ, link,* at the .i-.uo.iof} the .\. I>o
aU ,1'\'I'&f.t < M Hit: CHANT i II.li/ tobeiecegnised u? in hatpin; critic the coinpttilioii acn,,-, my Mini, xxnh in,IMC, ;gleam I colored ribbons and several small bell, anti [p".s! and! pears a Urilun_. aunt the ititrtf.;tilichrfiil *-
rr'lri.'I.lr. xvfl 1 IlIw Hirj'IX & CO.M.MH iON ,
t :
:'r.- )ne, ttrP, ( tf' my own dear n ttue !home.Wh'it which IP-, the .. : Thte
\on:11'J1U 01.11) I in tiade; and the closeness of the time : hoped to carry safely! to city i'iriscs> tiiJit i f"r hill'pnn 1
nr'1. trill b. +'+",'M''' at th' fat,' Its' Xo. .ifJ> Wafer Street, Dec. !.i IS 17. .l 17Gtnx a, a ol dtaituiic tire d i i- recblv (fluE f .
'i Apal.ichicul.t. thoiiKh it.s li-lds.ire wildutd!, rude trophy our lemarkabiy : : cam < ii>:t: : sour, il tray > ?
!'ifty (:cnt'or c'rry toncJut'"t !
i", tn DicI':}. .\I'.111I'hil'o1.l, la. --- -
lar tilr the | Its mount mii roufrli; all: high ? I'aigu.The I procund.it' the i:oiylct tiorifrs. in.xte in ifie

r i'trrtio I.rt t. 'la ftt1 Ittht" er'ar a lilwrtldl""I:11 11't.ll'.a- t H'M.V.. Cur.Kv KKSisns !;ndt's'wood. ,, ,( aigh, And teiujiest floods m an:ry mood hole cntp*, arrayed in such a ImilcnscuUe EIIh..h"a; ; v. af richtetttv ("-,. The riuiiil.cr : -
tsit'r + ..
; '
rtlt" : +r still !5unt,*- = h.tt dl .,.vT.tnon not cV Clioovor, 'lr. L. L r.. V' VN-.. SJ" : And is die tuihuleiit|nid 1 ot' free-burn rush by tIt as I hate feebly described, j.restnfed. i-l C small birds sold in strn'e:: s. re.idy (attl.e
men,
.. .111' :' '1'1 1" tl' lU.ir .(\:n 1111*tn(* '. as wvll C O 11J11 I S :: I 105 IIIR11.15'1'i: S, 0) HEo.l'l'; : ::1( "I'I'I'LLl'utlcrt heir l'r- Who apul.t ul'pr".ioll's[ ; thrall Ly the dim star; li,ht above n-. a (';nnj>:iir .1, i. rxtrlUnlih.ry.. t Fowl h

r a'l: I h, .1 ,iiv."fU- ';ar:-ut. -it: in h v them, \\"till Oftk-f/ Xo. :\\rii--r sinct.decj'l ices to the citizens of .\palJcllIf. And CM'ry i.ioiim.tinpi-s, and glen bind of curiosities !fit: (fur tieason. str.ite-; in.ty 'In ht iiiItt at :.l. aj.MM'i'!.,*$ ;aie

a" 'lIuI'I d at *l l"i'l rate.. I : .il.iHnnd.i| : I'la.: ,Ar cel:i, and the county of Franklin! l;>ho to IrL'euIl1li e til. gems and sp.uls," and that xxruild uudutibtlaier very abundant ; You ." eihrii .lrnt'n! in
b; 1 ho !iir .."i''t. .11. ; 11. 1..... .! ; i itissinn. .... .... -
:
ilveriiwniMits in:> paid ._ I't % .n. .11..1..10 .1. I. : :
+ tit t tit '+ o ur llocK.
I Mil 'I.III 1111" { like : !
:'1:1: He.h.'t.t.1I '1' V < o., I ; 1 1.- \ tjr.oit (foe .1I,1I\'r xx.ixeHi I + } rate 1I1'IIIG lll"1.111 ul illl" strati t; tv- slr."pin_ KnuLitnf, 6krrk'rn;; ttl.

111 ah'.+ K\I.IS: ; ix !\iu.v\itr.; : AND SHIP .f 1;i I Having n.onthly communication l (. nn'iierni' ; -r-.-,>tie ht<'re ; i! I bristle upon hi- sconce had he gotten; the I Mm- '[ hf\. ate u'n' coiiiiiiuiinrnon fut.:
vT- trill : (::11-.1 1 "r :mlloUIW-! : with the
piincip.ilXiuthern
Th'-! IlI'flloIl
'1' ]l' .lUM L .u.\\i! mv.I: : J IIJMX I:! SIT.IIL, X.\II.-, ; otir I.tiller: ;arc a fair: sight of u; in that xxood. We xven- ; : the Im'r.l'I.Io.s Pt. \\tln ,.lIi.5 buy
f-, rtTi'v. cities, Uiey will be enabled Their ulispriii,!.' hubs toe. lii--r
:"" ''n i ,: i J.1'- r .1i.4an. Inn t SIM KIN, AXDSTIXC;<, J With : not long in ;airanging our dress, and as soon hall'a tttkand I h,"r trMjiicntlvrd ..ma.L-
> bleb
i'l I ; -r-- 'n ">3ts fr' ;t to furnish 'their I patrons at all r-.sulx.-: awl faith sincereApiiniil .
/1':1. t: ,,1'\1,1 t 1 ,MtM' Vets',, c-rcilj rHVr.-i.ro, .l 1 ml MtitiuftH'tu rt r$ nf! Tinc and Cpj ,,,;+;_, i'--.t timc L\- ; ho-t ti| <'yland, as the net was duly {:consummated xv<- t'-ol.: the tt--\tirity: ;;M:,! r-xpftliuosi eltlr! r,hitli

; h' I' ;' .,'i.', >fr I JlWfv.lr 1 ..' I''TI'TISFI..111).11'.1':. Tog-i.ird! the! i.nne.:II II-I iI 111\.11 and clear, up our hue of mlch.ftl'f; trampling{ the stall! kep:r win slit the mrkfv io tyres
1"
,: III'I.'I-_ .. _____ _-9_ .-.. ,. -.: I AjMliehi.-oh; s, Pa. ul iiit't/i/, s/iitn-iii;; nt a vmrtht iwl rii,fiiiiii- Ul our l"xed n ruse land.TIII along uulil about three u'cIcl1... ill : (fur the tonvrnit'iu-p of ;piirrlKitrr-:. \'Jura:

j! jjinrurj Dfcrctori?. j'I 1 .u k-l i; '.;,'r" .J ..hl1I1I1I1I.. J:1I21'1I\: i!II gi.r; .. ,'tlc N'///'s iif /Jrr %c, which111 be a decided A-. u.. xxhicii xxe made about nine miles, we began: j t willi bo;tfs, hunt 'rl. in ili, C'.IUlI'IIa.1..1 sir

<'!ins>. ESoui'rs AC < :.>., ai'.vanirge! tf l > a l..lIiolllhc': : cot'imunitv.. YllifrlitltcDlt i ( .. to fa.Uill.:,. and l in spite of our filnt toggery } "rcnptnrs fdiiri the #.'I1I( ili-fru! t. are c m-

\'.!.. (:. ).s.'.. ACo.. O .M M 1 S S 1 (OX1) 1R1'11.15'I'I: 1 1 S, X. 1. (;euIlL'UH'IIJofllill, (;io\xn and Fxenin the heavy dew and cold: air made our : ld.1 :re.it dr.! -hcaeif The afuimfaiice otfjini

1\1.-:. < I\I ti0 .ttlh! A0! 0t11111:rNt.ili Watei slm-t, de-eiiptioti! : \Viappers made trade in: the toordtr Usual ;forms Cloaks of the ot every day ; IJ\ l'\'I'IUt'.1L'IL1tl: < I; { I ;I: ; nirVI ; T 11 I: lH:. nuranthiu but cumGrta6leor expeditious. \"t',"flhll'oi i. *' Surprising. Uio< oh i is. a

MI:.; -IIA\TS, d-T 'T-! __ .\i nlahicola. Fa. Walking: ; and Hiding I.utor-i; made in a superiortniniur ; L AM Till: bl"TI! 1111.1In \. All of a sudden the dull monotonv of the i real article dtuml-\'f'fY! t e\r 'ISrM ar.d. \nf

X II 11 .A'. ?<" "M--t, .. Si'*:*.'K\SU: %. T. 11. AU>II.N ; Tunic Diess s and lint: Clothes of I I:. FXI.I, r.r.Il1GI road side wa; relieved by the appearance; of dlf'ill'. All *.>rt- aw rooked Irt tiP --treef

...-.11: t A.Mlirin-j- : 01.1. F.t .3. NlfVcns f :)!! tV 4'o. every description made ill a neat ;and! fashionablestyle. my vagabond days, what in the thea-; a house, some distance; up from the rood wh nee von burp them hnm ht but li> tout

i.-I' \ .t-r -11 t i' -:i-: u'; II. \\'. JllItll..t j All garments; made at this establishmenttcitiniiilttl trical line, ill company with several other and it teas stron-'lx, uiged b, the clown ;arrl I II faldTl! ;*- n.rtitr.il: rn' hn "s* of the ; c; I.\L \Ll1 i lt1 >; 111ltrlf i; 1 ..5'1'x
'
,
ru111ttt..t', 'tt7711! A (: ;) I < to fit. loxinj-;; spit its of a torjis dramatiqtic, xxe that xxe should go up and arouse tin- prculi.irly t.itorddr to the =Iovth11,1 perfection

Cl- UM( : 1 1 t't v; M i j'Ut: 1\'XTS, i iI. ash (;i- Shop, Second Story ]I;"!tzC'Ws! HuililirigF.ntr.incf ? -*. were up ill the intci'mr of Pennsylvania, I lulls, ;get xxarm and Mnnetli'mg to pat. I Hut nf ieip; ,...hlW !had rr. rite rnitt-

\, l.i. U'i'.i' I' -'i.--t. i)'li.ll.llCIS: : I'l.'Y: t COODSc.;+ ., : on Chestnut atieet. this die of lJ"'mlu'r. and
amoiii;; the Dutch farmers and equally Dutch l proposition overruled by rhernnitc1 : riTU pea aara all
,. A '.1' .*:i'i..tt9 Fb. Xn. n U'aler :trot, October II, |sn.. :'I-lim !
who anrt'the
| smger, l tor iltnner. Thir e\rrlltr
1 1I villages. and as our talents were not dulvpenetiated ; espied rarri'rm a lulls fiuiher + J7a.trv is .

;. IU'; 6 "t'.n :. n-r.-. !';, 1 417 --- _AjuU-hifola: ,-I'a.. rjI'l.lt. [ \ of!I' Pall and Winter Fashions; ju-t : by the leaden eyes of the leather.I I on, by the load side, and up to the cariia,e xvatrr. tpaiUhn:: frinu .htrtuiint.iut, iitttc

C'1 M i i'-J Vpi I !\ .*3at} {F "VvV; :\ .i11)IiGt I JsRixlI\ll H\V. ]n.\'I II". J. !IUV. rec 1d. -- ._- hradcd folks of that region, you may possibly we all marched and finding no 1 prevr-ntixi' to firiPst iu the wfHil.

.,i :: ;: !M v i's.. .5. Oa y *V < 'O., SANS I SOUCI HOTEL be prepared to suppose that the had our embracing so lair: and tavnrable an opening -

\d110'1'I >,r"1, COM.M1SSIOV I ) .II':: I. C' If.\ \1' :, many and monstrous slmi, ,alherin towihtc into the carriage or old had; we lurnbcitil Tin: FistihiiM \..- ( wanti* time xtf;ltkin -

'. .\.1 .: : "'11 '"-I.*. F'I X.). ;1 V..i'-rsit-'t: Itilhard Saloon s our shoxv. Wu seldom dfurtd : to ;;ct a brief( re:jiite iron the mgtit' : upon the! wharf where a lTIiH 3 Lu..t
1 Deo 2 .1pal| !.n-liK-ola, Fa. .\'i 11 expense air i lay. and; a; I was passing and repasstn_. ihc
rest our iteaned; and robe httlwnap. !
.; '. : .. save by the ancient of strol- legs a
U
,1.u..,: : '; ;- a:'-sit f.ir Tj.'K -. :.tl-o, .Virentf for ti! .system t ulterintlie trrmeadoiiaoiths.
.)1:11: vii.sM'jv M r.: ,; ..' \xrs, laUd III-IH.'II' ( ',:'lh,' PI'':ir' lOn )ln-r.raii. K I] S T A U It A X T lin" 1'11111'1111'11... bv f'li'.lriii"." mil. aril Iltiire I k I I!.. I master was most

al-'11 (%i." and the "H 1 .lrtoJlllu-uancf Co.: llartfoidCinn n n Till' public: arc respectfully informed! : SCCCIrUbll"e,) to do+ as often" a; .several I times Atler a series of good jokc j ," being i( : At Il'nlh ;turned to him. ami

t'Jt, ,'1 1.'Jt' L-Y=;='a ''bat the aboxe istalilishment! has been a week, if of the transactions cracked. and) much snickering to ourselves standing bcsidc'IIi.* boat, s..ir'-'
-- my memoiy
l.Kt:111': ;;\::1; C .)MI'AN V, -- J3JsJicntiriiy rettttfd and! 13 for tiler.'l'l'pllII .1 Sir, I am unacquainted with buitne -
si; Vl r.; \L E>. i:. u'ooii cV <;f., now oj{ en serve me clearly. we -finally{ got; all starved aw av, snug a, .: | your
: .. 1'1' .\* )?III-h' of and transient Hoaider-, : permanent > :
f Two
fir CIII lJug> of us sat the trout I
(;01lISStUS 1 \\'D I FO) II W AUDI; XMl'.IJCHAXTS One ni ht, after a vain atlempt lo on seal UI1111
and thc uWiihtrs hope I by strict teuton to the gel.acroxxded tie ) cod fish.
.1I V..tkr" l' .t. two on the back seat, and I hy choice the replied< : They are
i''a. bus.irr 1,1 their htaisf bo ill ] house, or Ian loft full rather, ina j jcloxvn
11 .,' 1 \ IS: trltienla", : "- to :cftiid to none How lute out iu otile) !
___ :0. I\Vatei-sticrt t spread himself out iu the middle. !! : are you usually ,
little
------ '; village of Perks COIlIlIherc.tlte
,
lendering t tla-ir W. 'i. \\. E. II. 1\1.1.,1': IW 2 .\pal.tC'lit'"I.| :. Ka. : with his knees against one door r.nd his to obtainour load
_. -. .- _- --- --- .-- --- xxill be supplied at all limevxith every delicacy community xxere :.ll Dulrfi as Kullcidam, i or.
\. '. .td: HIHnu.: ,1. X. : IrKf. JtJnuJ! \s. CIIAS. J'lUTf. : the maik.t :dLa! ids., f'l.mtcra and Captains; ofv xxe iii-l!d,1 a 1,01r.t t, after the piefotniance !head and horns against the other door, I pi iiI I-I I j Two( three week; ;.
ss Mi! 'i:! ,t.l\1' S At what ,rice do SH lict! ?
t 1 M1 I I i ri lowed thtr old) Loneftcr! you
jaxv
--( ; will fn.il Ihi a xeironxenunt li'iUM ,' ifpun[ ;1111 I
t'.i ., 4i .\' .1'r '.r 001.-1'*I' -t-urs. .. IV. :! 1;:'ay tV <;o. I :/ In tiecic .I>s and means to extricahiotiiselxes [lie iufunnclllllc.
: (;iattic, Oxsti"i--i, &,1'f'n't" up at all hours and from ; entire exhaustion of our iisibiliiies, all vas j
F.. { ri0ns duo the a'teof
.1 I" \:11".111',1.. ('tt11111!1- < !141\< IKCIIAXTS! : !: : v au:ir, I it
I in the best ; Tile f i'.ir; will; be well; stockedxxitli i Well, have You not hard work to ootalSa
style. t quiet| save an occasional once, from they! .
i ificfints
A.:.. v .\' \'I.::., >; vi \. .Mk'.Iv.-A/it; :. Xj. \\.t'r'lr'd' Ihe choicest :.Vines, Liquormid S gars.1ion !. And\\ inch above amounted to .1 .liitle! "sum\ tar over.1''dralea}.. ./..*, lO'\"lr. titrw pretty l1ma.t, !liviu. in chi; wad r. t

Vtl,ii? .V .flijaiJiyJ J.r D1 -" Ap-ihrhfr, .h 1 P.i. .\It; ,IM th tlJi' raablishnient i is 'Iilli.ud; Ca- our ''lrcs"f"01 ,' foilably! situated.:, I I* Y rs. hard[ work.
) .1.1ll's ; ) \ 11.: iOi.XT.'si aciouand \\lIltt! i xxe.nher, lo Use4-11 fal phrase, had kepI j '
I II I
-- -- |> tip. I had: gotten into short *' insiIt I iWfI 1 circa: : With tthai tla call Craft these
\ tC,1 t .5. 13. A.3. .T5. E3nll |I Ills :at 1 ihu xillaue tavtin several days, and the i Cut ,
\ \ -I s'lv.l-1, (;Ir.itelnl tilt ]It MS t fa-.ors, the su', -nbers! hope! i ieaunr tilt !
s- ,' !I. ; :. \.I'.I.I.'' : I .... ? \f :'ojis;: ;' C'IJ\l."I.oIX: : !:;:; HAXT '. t ih.st tin u Iritiii5: a t.d the! ['tibliu:i will continue to I : ; _, /dunking, alld .smoking! : (strolling i|I and xx a> ;putting ill my UmlAc IJt// k'ct<". ,
_,. .. \\ itlt clam
i unJt 1 ,
--- -- I 1- tc, lt4c.t when I thought ,
;U. Js V.' : s'I i 1". I I.J tD I. ."taiu ll.uiri. ;;en+ !lenu'n iisk i living, ; cell, while Illl'\ arc! ]

.' 4t.. *V' .,. S. iiXr. ..(' I Ai".i." \+:nior...\, 1'u .\ .s .I.DIECm.: ; .'ox & 1'0. about it.) of the corps.: CVIMI in number-, 'uti'I.'j I heard: the rattle! ot chains, tramp ut horses-, Did you ever catch utarkfret !
I':. : \,.I'.j I hi: ;: r.114.GROCEI, I Yes.
November! I 1-17.' ]1:1::.11' I i I and Dutch voices. Hut being in that bliss-i
J .I t i .,"-.1.' 'a.1",.,. 'H1j. t.y .N'!t.a. 11\\ 11tidy, 3CCLZ4itA.T'' JNJ.1 i9"I1 .R"M.1tO0YRLSf Y ,77 ,7 ] .I ____ up :a toiiMablu! lulu sconupon our host's'books Well nowt.o'Im catch fish witlt-
fill soinnambuhc 1 tier a
."' i i:.'n il 0\1'J "H;' sttrcu. -. 23'*nfiifl.OIrivDr.ill'f I I or Lu, '-tuunt COM!. door, a sort olxioolin sttte; about luillwlhe- ; .
'.' lE\\r JDROP i I txxeeu fin 'lfLItJl'; and I lilt ont a bait ?
\'J. 1.' \ ..Io.I f..f; letter it-mii .a lur.h the old lellow: ;,I. dieamy reality. j
\ .. i 11 \ I I.' i "-3i' elr. 1.h. his ; lust kepi on my nasal;' duet with the snorin i, YeI vas out [last \ ear, and nap day"
;
_. __ ___ kept actcjiints. Uv near gnesof
our
I '- F. -1.tr jSJI 1 \\\T\J\ t \rl 1 \\ 1:1'1)1'1"( \ .I I. I J.) m; -\ f, fin.mces xxe leckoiied that lo pay' the laud- clown! at my, (fc"'t. but a 'prrin..* motion admonished when I w.t; fixing my fine, my honk felt{ inta
1 II ) the v.-.iter. and the tool took! hold! f ir anti
H* { i :-\v. \ '.a K'.r\nM :_:/- s1,1 !h. !,...H.t hi!; i u -.d l.-nce, <.< imrot} -II 7,s""sl. % lord xvhich xv.is 1 piudent and Jhave ut:we should nit that our sleeping flpnifmenixxas i> ,

''j'1' : : 'i : : )?'ciisTit Jf.l.;"., 'Ce'ltn: at.: lli{'i i i"." ':,-, oj'H l .-ito tl.tV.!.s'lsj.jn! F." t.i but precious little left to pay barn rent bcin: ,auifn/ tI/l, and if xve did -uot beat I I drew hint in.

I '. 4..!. \ ., '.. .r. < ...... H..I'0. ._ \' s.. Cor. Coiiiiiiri'iu: ; ami Cj':Jir%-.ts. doorkeeper and borough !Intense.: Itxx-as a retreat, we should lit' hauled; oil; there was +!|! Xoxv, sir, I have often thought hat[ Safari
,. -- -- --- ---- ---
1 ,- 1 : 'l ld l.ntn. ,' 1t !+i'1Pt no s.i\in2 xx here J! was very much like a fishermanlie[ atxva\s
moxed and sfcntjded the
Jr. H. PB''UIS. r J lll'SII'I.CII'M' r+'-; ei-fi'ill'!: aniioiinres to hi; bv uiianinious i
.' -. baits his hook with that kind nf hail whirl
: .v -1- f Dick 1
I j i T xvhispereil to the comic [
4 s' III' 1 O 'M .1. t iiicnds! and: { th.- 1'nblir, that he ha; opened voice of the corps: to repudiate the license, j .Moger, ;
\ .1 ; \ 1. .1- 1 I. Fi. > C .-. -. tin1 :ah'ive" Ijou-, and sohcitt I their Pat rOllae.I .- &c. So, after squaiin.: accounts with the "
H.1jltJ1'1.Iu: +.t, -- lpalarlurula 1 I'a. I There: will always he f t'.niid; at the bar I landlord and arrllliu, the ::II.; and 1I":6a"; ;2so e I,, Umph i ?1" he muttered. 1!1 1'ivlieii[ lie would catch n prolane: s\\t'lr..r.l*e
:
i > .1! I 1 > s ; .s M ; : j \ x T, ':,- Mix )S. <..-,i-i-'Jl-1 at /tin-. :\.1!::,si it m Hu- ". i sfh-tlioii ul Ii.ua-, VV'ints and, S car} :, and :as, to be /1111 warded to us I the next day, the ,:, *" IJy thunder they're gearing horses to- duet not take the trouble to 11I1b any bait

V I. I'; *.\* .t..r ,'.: .;-' ,' i ii i-, _.!it.,. i J. :I-Ii. -".. tr'U Hint: III t, with his ,i-,,isf.iiit, ui1 i?!! ;pay strict! attention I bribed flu: landloid lo be mum laid in a < chi; carriaue !" j jKh :I at all. for the tool wilt always* 'bite at the

') < I'. .\ to hose I Hut dol! ( U I ,.ts) Drup in.KUK : .' damme if aintVhat's! true hook.
I they
.' :! 2U _= U .\ \' ( haHnaU, few (.igais'ind a flask of lemonade, and yes- ,
: I5YIX<;TOX.X. (to be done !" i [lie, tea .silent. His countenance xvaf
.,. ,ii, I-i.: "curcrthc "t ue of !3. S. llaslcy, V. I Hot l Lunch daily :at II I :\. M. about midnight;! xxe put out lor the next iscene i f,. solemn and ,
mommi's I
'..'a,1 i !'.- Jn. rl J I 1 1\\\.\Ii'i -.'trin! : (-iiti' lAredt, ('III';tl'Jt "sjicc) n."iliel1tcIt/ the I 1\-1.1..1.] | | j.tf|| of our histiiomc a-lventuies, a little : lit ai,1,l I, "keep quiet ; you'll see I( alter a I'an*e. as
'! J"IItI..h'i | Ui. J n) fun or necks broke!" 'turned. to go> a-.fIht"anl I [ Flint Sac t: One
: -. f:.*. \ -j % \ ir- '.<' iffnjh-l >y ilt/.cll. -- ------ village i ; saute fifteen miles i distant. I -

'.v';., ijr> j I.>, '. ,", x-,'. .b"'lln'' J I'1'J, J Jsjr,. 'j-I ifV. .tlaladlicola: i; \chant'. It xv.is in the tall; of the year, and rather' I aroused the others, quietly and all be- i' standing by him, I guess that's! a tuiitister.t ; ...
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et.,. -- 1'111nbcrtbtr! inforuis ]his friends t I Chri sliu/t .ilirror.TIIti'1llL.lnELPtltl.
J YI7is mg ready for the grand! dash, I the -
.1,1 <;. .13 i cool, but( the night clear, the road tolerably i gave
t 1 tin",I' ,f curl' the rtterall Hut ho has !h.-
iJuhlw
(. i" ( \1T! )U\r.V .\ \) COUXSKLLOU)! : AT ..\\\', E"':- m and I with animal; i I Fiench horn a terrific bl.i-a-a-at ta-la-ast !'
IIA\; \<, < rvr.1 I'< :/:: \", \re. J: cOllie the 1'r qrielor, of this above \\ ellkiioXMi plain xvu running over : ; .
,,f: 't -. :.t X 'i, i.1 'i -'- '.,- r!,'j- ..i. -"n il'i'-,. thf p'i'ilif in < it her of the! i"iis-: and xxill be pleaded! to entertain spirits, .as+ strolling; players mostly are xxexxent I Open went the doors of the hack and otil ,I "S.\Tt'RDAT GJ1,-

I t \ I i'i\ I ,.1 :,.'J j I :a"'I\! ''.'i-.jfitH; *. the lint five miles like bricks The xxe bounced, one ;afier another, but before I IKK.'*-Tins property tea; sold at auction,
._ :my id t the ti.ixelhiii: r"cuinniiinit) that max' )tarot
-- e--" II- ..11! Cil- five miles tedious and I .I In got onto being (the last to do so, the !horses I II y order of Court, on [rritb. and Lotijrhl
l.. '. st lick. ; i jir.Ktietloguhirly m 1'ratiklin him, v.ilh tl.eiicustuin, and will. aUo ..ircoiniiiodate "'xt( xvcre xve got, or
i''t''t! i : 11 > /:.tlri :ssiox Se MEIS:'J |.VXT ji',ci < .1 1 1 .'.11, r.:-Circuit ('lIrt'l-altcl' : It ill, upon I sidont bojider>. The bar xxill iih\i\> be 1111e air got, most intensely cool. Coming, : .st.uteil; a; il hcav'.*n and earth were at their fur SI.j.tllHJ( by 3Ir. 3If3Fakin., oar of tfm

'; 1. .., lrdd ft'i''. a ar: '.(.! d ret-mifr, :art, ::1; 1'1/111..1 l, ill any Joint sii,>;dnd xxith genuine liquors ul| the rhniceslquality. ) t to a uud, on (he roadside, it tea; moved and heels, and| one or| them being partly hitched former proprietors;, who ha* Deeti fur saran

:i A M! tc ,Ii.' .! >, r.i ofliivlul il- or UVstt'tri Cirmf.. lie trill also, i JU11X I'ATllIUCi:. seconded, that a halt: be called, to dunk all f I to the shall of the !hack, gave it such a time conte!tin terrain cLims with regard

--- ai'4u <',,"!'; in the C'Hirt 'I} :\ AppeiN:, T.illuhas'- I _.Analachicola, ;-,\ I II I, | s7| aioiiud smoke and a fete minutes 6/w/rA, lint: the shall, or tongue, lieu out of to it trick the heirs of a deceased partner.
a
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\.l" ry .\ .S;)11.. ..-.', I1:,SI'S-IDJIS <;fhich, (1- will always be socket, knocked dim unc of the Dutchmen ., _
I. ; I' : .' 1': t .. City Hotel 'B'alliliis- \Veihdsn., For axvhile our ;" > --
; f U"-I- >.; 11'itlla1'r': ;: ; /I.. ..1.' at. 11111''0' jirevc'ited' by' jc(-dent. barked
cxhilaralioll'' the shin of the Crown, and threxv me "JIr,. said urchi
Arnold
:.. UV1kt ", glib, and while the smoke, and ; z rasped
ar l .\jlo1l.ll', lI"OIt. Septeinh i s, ls |Ifi.; UT1C1-I 1 have (b fi inform nix hiends and I head ll
j ,. A.W'!: ,! t. Fa.. 1 the patt uu; ol this house, that'1 haxe l le.isfdit ot' the -lemonade lasted the were like over heels out of the door of the (hack, : "' wont you +laru my st )ckings !"

\'. "v ", .': :VSN "-"',: II..1 IVute ,\ < hATT ('Ullllf :awl !that it will here:liter be conducttd b)' I'addyS l pigs i net, r} devils if xve were 'j t on to a pile of cracked stones i Darn your stockings ;x\hy don't you'rmother

a. i'H'i": :: t. (; 4) IJXIYT: I : LAW.oi. WILLIAM IIILMIXCWXY; -1..| xxho has for poor !'" Hilt the cold night; air is a rapid i'apOI'.1Ior j; The entiie performances were executed I darn them ?"

.1 i I'-i.-; -51\' .\iKcVi"l :; J. :'.. %1. OJt't'. ,,lil. '! (,'.ll/. SitJIlI'llIl'o Jlti/ditlg. many year: been conm-cte 1 xxith the first class \ I of aitificia! animal heat or spiiiis I so suddenly and briefly, that horses and I '"She can't get time--she's gone- the

\ . <* ul0eutrt.l t ; Co'lnineic c-siieel.s. Hotels at the Xoitli jecenllx from the Amelic.ui II I Dutchmen were just about frightened; out circle.'
i :\.1'; : ''I ann so we discovered and as some two or three ; : sewing
: y I-K.:\, rt 'j.:: (0;: ,if, 1ttt,1'1'.it I : :., nov' .\ 1IllwI.: :" l'la.II. Jli.tel in Xexv Yoik. U--le.ixing; he will of earned filled) of their soul case--, before they could ht':;into ',
our bags
\\\'E.U'U' ---- carpet
: ,. O'Jl Jj:;,. iL\T excellent hiiiiip and exertion, company 11! devil !i hI from I Lunf!
..I I': Cjltot1\ 51. OWCllS, keen all span no or with show a Fieuch horn fiddle I imaine who or tt hat the rte xvere.i ; never jiuljp nnnners."said
"1:111'. loiigery ,
""U\XUI..1-r!: \'X1111', ATTOi I I! X i: V AT L\ W expense to make lu.s ;;ne>ts comfortable I recotnmcud etc., the clothes xvi-ie tumbled out anti each |i One of the Dutchmen bolted at the first Ofl i+I Uyron." far I once lud my pocket: pickeifhy

I': n''' I ('.,t. IVater and Ct; .-tit'nXo. '1. (''r. tyros, BU!'<''' Cou-ity: : Alabama. the house to my hiends. TUOALVS and the UKOWiV.Xov. public :rayed i himself in a pail of the fancy and j jjroies I the peiforinaiice but his Ie3s lucky friend, ihe cixilest genilem.m: I ever met with"

t __ ___. :\1..l.lI'h_ 1".1. Fa.t 2' l I. I'l. $ Ifr. that assist inkeeping 1 floored b) the tongue of rite hack, just regained -
t r April I. TaJl..lllas: J. IS 17. -JOtim.CITV { <['iie fixings, might Madame d'Alhert observing on a certain
Ih'.al'd ... ... ; his k feet l m time to see the clown's
,+ J itlull } 4 off the nipping, eager night air. j occasion that her nose tea* ettin rather
F a tU.OCIH .lXII.C I\J '.IIWJI"!'CJl.\\T, I Ult. i'iu<;iiTiVAvcsiit'.sICal : IIOTKL, < 'rhe'hole\ five of us, ringed Tip in all mannerof head and horns and the old j ixv bone, when I'. truce Hushed than teas cxa ells consistent.

Il t Kov 113t 5j Water slreet.ou I :.House A: Cockroach: 1'oison. incongruities, ina'ayuf varingatedand he'.;gave; one ;awful bound. '' i I! n alt her ideas of female brauiy.: itnjuired ol"
J\l'oiII.lti"t.la. J'a. Oll;h bine glll-der deilVI I And I ire
ellic.icious e\leitiina- dissimilar dress which the well ;
; packed
-- refw'ly car-
Malta h blunt soldier
-- -- rrIJIvl'ry : a roti.: who figures
UEXElL\L"a I 1U'I'iol', it* a proper application JH'w..ue.llf i rf t ,t.? pet bags of the two comedians, (one a clown broke like a quarter horse doxvn the turn in tIlt* mt-moirs of Count de Jrammont.

r 0U1 r ECII\'lXt., 1', It W.\ U DIXG t ail ot !theaUuvenamed annoy aucey. His ,It 1'. s by-the-bye,) amply furnished the croxvd.The' .- : pike. Daylight streaks were beginning; to...i \Vliere could 1 tis! :
I IliI:.IUV' )UUCIJ.Tt: Flea and! Mosquito j I 1'oison lIao al t rd ned) a very cxteiisixecelebnty himself his thick ribbed appear in the sky and I xxe made outs Ixes'', net nose *!
cloxvn
+ X"r. 0 1Yater fctr--t for itsinvatiabledestructive TALLAHASSIIIFLORIDA.!:I: ; put on "At the ilcllo"r.r.( Madame: 1' xvis the
\ akin
scarce off
as as
properties soon possible ; (
our
to which, as usiril: were attached a ;
-- -- AIIJIII."ttFI.s..; -.- 11t t thai older of illicets.Fill' sale by 'N the management: of this Hotel, the undersigned cap, accoutrements in the first woods we came compIimcrJary reply.
Cuu. ] of red horns and brass bells
p, :1'CALt.A. GUI T-'n ItryJiAlXy August 11 1 J. C. ALLHX: 1)rat; ; I l.ut 1. j; will Use hi- beil exertions to please his pair sundiy to shed md I
)('Culla k itoutaiu: iruests. He asks the public for, their tlalronage. coveiing; his head and kept that part ofsystem we.j on, : eat our breakfast ill it \Vicn! ihe question. asitattfl: in London

CO Flour < Iatucl' llrlaJlc. This individual also tnorni .2ntid roars of laughter, at the village t xxJiich! xv oil Id be llie s..f.'s t
I MISSION l :MEKC HANTS nc stMr IOSUMI WILLIAM 11KMINCVVAY.November : : ( oIll I place to i put

No. u Columbys m"lk.l AND a superior article of CHIIKSi::, fir sale 11 1 h 17. .IJ-: ( rn. owned the fiddle, and to which he was of'Jl I guarantee that //.ox- Napoleon, so that he could not pet out. n

I '. Oh 1 Apal.lchie"la.I"la K.; 11cCUII.t''nv -_. -- -- ----.- .- --- ; ardently attached, as though it were rite horses and those Dutchmen, ate to this lav gentleman who had: a Ion: suit pcudinad

tt -S.-. -(.____- .- ----.-- -_\. 11 _.r.M-Wai- erst.HATS -- --. A TIF ]KWJE U M sxveelest toned (Cremona: : (which it xvas'nt byronsideiable strong believers iu supernatural cause and wised ministers to put him in a court of
Xick'crtioon eject.- YauJice Blade.
I;; Ut\Ltt l and Caps by the case: low for cash by ) Ole Hull ever tortured a white chancery.

iAT.i.-afe.'s.1-snoc9. I B.! KUJSOX & CO. Bowling' Saloon and milliard kid soiiee: xvilh. '1'heclnwn gentleman car-

t -o-1 Columbus Block, Dec 0. Cor.. Water and Chestnut. ol.( Roo71t lied his fiddle in a long while bag, this un The i1'ashua'1'clegraplr, speaking of some A gentleman walking; thron;Ii rIle streets

Bec.- -:3- ApaUcbjcob, Fa. ---- -- Trusses, TilE proprietor of the AtlK-na-um l rllwtiJ1 der his arm, and horns on his head a long gentleman who has lately died says he xvas: of )Mexico saw a soldier sitting on the steps

Collar fi.lol'ne !" ; LI.:: and double for sale by has used every endeavor to make: ( light sack coal on his back, and a pair of "a believer in Christianity as he understood ofa portico gambling; wish dice Do you
C SI1'\r. the establishment t ; placeof resort know it i is to rattle the bones !" s.iiJ.
CIj.\I\IISOIC '1EItCII.\XT 17 J. C. ALLCX.: an agreeable yellow breeches pulled on over his troxvsers it. This is as great a compliment as one xvronji!
Xu. U. St. Ch"r1"1 Street _._________u .__ and i is thankful 1 that an ever discriminating' public made him rather a fancy looking travelling of the Democratic papers gave to Mr.'Putl. lie. ttoxv can; I help it ?" replied the
ta
fr' AvrJQFw Xtw''Orll.aus Urus, Medic-Mies V Chemicals.AFHKSH prove by liberal patronage their appreciation starlight when he was nominated for President. It man, I'm one of ihe skeleton regiment.
man by
S, C'IKI:. : supply of Drugs, Medicines and of his desire to plc uc. J lie will alxvay keep a ;
er' feh9. A\foS [n sY. The of the French horn also said he for .
owner sung was a very pious man his'sec "
Fine
from bark Reform of and sensibilities
fat __ now landing choice assortment Liquors refiohing are like woodbines
h I--- and fur sale by beverages of a soil to tickle the palates of Old comic songs for which purpose, to aid and lion ul'the COUIlIr)." delightful luxuries of beaim; to \vine round

AUCTI01' .', )allOI"Ia Nov 11 J. C. ALLEN Bacchus' most fastidious sons ; and Oysters, heighten the effect he had provided him- a solid upri'ht $[(111. of understanding but

A J DCOIIfSSIOmRCnA: ti"G' cool and delicious, fresh from their native banks. self avers grotesque and irresistible comic The Archlucht.ssIaria Louisa, it is if unsuatuned ;
GB very poor things
ER.J4GJ T. Ilanl'UI'C.rrRACJ For a pleasant commingling of exercise and dress; and long tailed while white wig, a stated, has left all her diamonds which she by thought,

t1- Cotton lUF..UL.AL.: .\. : CHAINS Spades, Locks, assorted, amusement-ntife cum duler-there N nothing swallow tailed red and while gingham coat, received from Napoleon, and the[ value olxvhich they are left tu creep alun; the ground."

bought on wrier.tJ IlIalld Cart Boxes, Urawill; hnivcsand within the circle of gymnastics to compare with I red vest and peculiarly shocking it is acid, [Lie who ilr
; a very ; amounts to G.000,000 florins forgets fountain from which
low
1r Refers Irons &c. &.c. for sale by
lo
of but tbosn less
h' J. ,'. IlOLDe:. } Nov 1 11 McCLJLLY: ;Water st. active a g-ime amusements tenpins can; always take preferring a hand.; broad brimmed while hat, the latter article (about .L'8D,000)( ) to her brother, the IIP drank' and ihe tree under which he "ant

1, re8iSr.DtNLA.P. S :Icty Or I Ia. cans. Bal inl,i"and Come one-come all." he wore upon all occasions and of course ({:mperur, with a request that IIR will divide bulled ;in the days ol his youth is a stranger po

J. W. ) it was about at this scene. Diysrll'and the them the female! members of the to the
t S. lcKJ: ZJE. sale by E. McCULLY, JOHN B. JOXl- among sweetest imlreiaiousufthe Lutnari:
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t'... ', .. [Fi.uii the Macon. 'IVIfgr.ij'li ] Jt' J arguments to convince 01U enemics-wi courages new beginners in the business, and oU3IiuIii1U! ADVERTiSER.AFALACHICOLA give room to our adversaries to hope fur President. The question now is ,,I I
: ;'" .:I'XA; 1'01\S HOUSTON AND I1ANNKGAN.Senator J not; the dismantled Monterey induces them to abandon the work. _. that which can never be-that there i3 any latter I ask the Court to reconsider, ;;i,'
I Ian. st on J is irpoitcil have made our (hands, make them distrust their might? The basic.-'The usual task is about 12-, -- -- --'-- --- ----- -- --- cision, or will he simply :
..... the following! ; marks: at the late !' If this,will not do,, what is to be thought of 000 trees to each hand. This will occupy THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1848.Cg respectable portion of the American people disapprove of it.
,.. tic inkling in the city: of New Y Dcmocl'a'l the handful! at Buena Vista,-a little isolated him only about nine months in each year. disposed to withhold from the Governmentall COL. FRE t T.

-'- lay: escape the small-pox but you. end that secmrt like a rock in mid During the working season lie should col- : The following gentlemen are authorized proper aid whist engaged in ; foreign The Washington correspondent

Escape the contagion of land-lov- ocrn rcasting ( r.-tje of :storm ? Talk lect about 60,000 pinli"turpentine for the Agents for the COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER,and will var. That Congress may properly express Philadelphia American, refern'o g.o CoIiloo"1 !

jre as you live, it will become apart no more of security flJct you rememberVera annual product Thi product is equal to receive and receipt subscriptions, or advertisements heir opinion as lo what would be Fremont's case, says-
lory our nature. There H not an Airieri i Cruz, C WHK fl4 and the' battle of some 20i)) barrels, which, under ordinarycircumstances :.- proper The finding] of ihe Fremont
ican upon earth but what lovis lied It i is :j the City- for these u bcs will make the is equal l. an average of Wai. W. CHEKVER,Edq., Albany, Ga. terms of Peace, and even ask of the President tial has excited much feeling : COUr comic)I?r

a fact, though I say so only! in "TjfrQf". : ''" | hearts of the children's dijldrenof the route say S-100 to each hand: which is a low csli- Major JACK lARDls. l ufaula.. Ala. a pledge not to insist on any thing Although the! evidence it h,

and vulgar way. (Gre.it appliucT'our ?md o\eiihruwn.qnaktfThen they hear male.Vhen turpentine is high, from 600 JAS. J. 'uldhMsee, Fa. which is manifestly contrary to the views of record lurlshet every reason
ancestors, when they l.nm'kd at Plymouth.*!! them. What lliCTTtL? jflBB'-walt security to $900 to each hand have been made. ----- -- -, --------.- he viction on charge of disobedience eog.
People, or opposed to the principle on ofo ,
upon that famous rock, were not long; contented for the future from a |rrople whose Government 1'ar.-Tlle manufacture of tar has been, FOR PRESIDENT, ders, it was hardly presumed that .mutiQ r*
with (that barren >pot, but proceeded h.is been driven into i state of vagrancy during the last year,_ almost as profitable as which our confederacy was constituted, may would have been laid !home lo him in iL

in their might atnl w-nt on progressing: at by :an Army of less than 15000 men Do that of turpentine.. I i is s good business at ZACII1\RY TAYLOR. be prudent, may be just-but beyond this, I verdict. He is, however, convicted of
u' Jam stop as: well as !IJan.ltllh, till! all -the we walt security when cnoughate not found $1 per barrel. At 2; per barrel, it is as -- --------- ------'--- -------' 10 a point of : resistance of a demand} for i tlmingallegedand the gravest of the CharCl

s country was possessed b\ them. From the in Mexico to keep our swords in good heart, good as making turpentine. The average FRANKLIN FIRE CO. -NO. 2. men and and found their origin between ihe
Congress not Preside
first moment they lauded they went on and we have the ,very pestilence :as a foil to price for the last twelve months: has been The members of the above efficient corps money ought and the Secretary of War. Kea:"
with the [Indians ? Let $1 50 barrel. The of it celebrated the first their wi not go-nor should they, in our humble other than
t trading :and cheating them our flaring us tcturn to our duty.- pCI process making anniversary of or- preferred no disobedience of tbI,
out of their land. Now the Mexicans[ : arc Let us drop the guilty' gamblers for place is well enough known, ;and where there is as : ganization yesterday, in a style worthy of opinion> when voting supplies, avail themselves orders.Vhat motirc there may have beet

no better than Indians: : and) / sec no rt.a.<><>n.ic'iy and spoils on both sides, and tick to the much lightwood, as many pine knots as in he choice spirits who it. The of an opportunity thus afforded of for this seeming anxiety lo aggravate Frt.mom's .
we s'tviiLl' nit ,s'> MI ;in the SJKIC course President and, his pledges about this war.-- Georgia, with sand lo cover them, it is an I I compose declaiming against the constitutionality of I offence-if any there was-is left '
now, and lake lh.ir( land." Llt us set our faces like!' a flint against :any easy business. Engine House, on Water street, was brilliantly time to disclose. Surely there must hiI:
This doctrine !may: suit such: tends of man who suffers-lfis nsp'iMtions for the Presidency illuminated(, and the interior of the the war-but if they will do so, why let II been some slronl and overruling cause

.; I progress ill politics: Hiid l government as John\ to waste otftdollar> of the public ( t'N.; TA YLOIL building, and the Engine itself, were decorated them come out boldly and impech the It is not !purpose to challenge the de.

Van Buren and his {piebald: associate. ill the money itnnccessaiily on this war, in pandering 'lli following sketch of the character of in a most elegant and tasteful manner, PresidentIet! them bring up the questionin I cision of the Court. I was composed of
:Stale:: of New York, !but fir our 1':111'c, fir to the lust for tcrilol--ur that (;en. Taylor is just and discriminating. We the only unwilling officers chime highest repute and honor,
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they
I proper way. are aol]
( the Democratic party nf I'tis' Siaie; : uit.-iiy. would] l.ivish, one drop precious American copy il from the New York Journal of -stars composed of evergreens, wreaths of do either I now being a part of the law _in. this depart.
;y to so, for lack of confidence
protest and disavow: it. Surli language): a" blood in a that shal settle no Commerce : flowers and ribbons, were distributed about : ment of the public service, I IS the dot bf
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this must, and. simM! : dem.iialiy.f; this nation light, o quiet no quare unrest in tie public mind. The great mass of the people wish for he Engine in graceful array. in the strength of their position, or because every good citizen lo respect it. nut lb.

f tn thcjiiit judgement! u.l'the power-, of .ill: For CII' part, we want none *%ator 1 au- rulers who have: sagacity to discern and integrity At 8 o'clock, P. M. the doors of the En- hey feel that they are too weak to carry extreme! penalty which has been inflicted_
\ 'tlllistt..tHlolll-lIIust: aced! :.shoiii.l di-ioy: th"j: :'..cu's .provinces and: } :pplllls.Ve to pursue the best interests of the such a measure, then any side-bar discussion the distinction of all the parties concerned
Room thrown the admis-
loa'cr and influence of ih- who l.ls; iiiiisc the next country ; or who at least can hold the helm gine were open to -the whole extraordinary, and I
: :;' : ( man; adopts; Willd 5II rauleslal.c of issue dare believe
It, and while il nid: ll I ti u J t,t debauch the I' 1:1 heat: as receive into Union, upon so steady as to allow the ship of stain! t to sion of the citizens, a crowd of whom, with an they not go before the unprecedented proceeding, is one which

minds if our penjijf, w.mM: just ,,' MJI, I'V' term equality with ourselves, these deadan /float safely on the current of her destny.TlpJ many of the ladies, visited the gay scene, country with, is useless and injurious. Our I calls for more than a passing notice.

qreali +luti'i111C. s-rcigh: : .if tj"e people! and; .1.1 nullitl bodies. people wish for peace and security at and professed Ihclsh'es highly delighted Democratic friend of the Telegraph has In the first place, there was testimony ti I

m,ike in ill" j'rogiess iii' ;,UI'.I >t t ol pirates: We will not foiget, cither, the voice from home and abroad ; not agitation of any sort with the 'fmccot The members been candid: in his treatment of (lie acts of eluded by the Court which, admitted,
thf tomtbf at their cost, and fur the benefit of dema niagn display. would have given a different
md sp.iilciS! th !H.lh'"s. :.1 e.t.sy jiri-j' to WASHINGTON! still! whispering his party. Led by such an of very phase
i its : "beware of gogues. of No. 2, dressed in their neat and tasteful example the trial. Why it was shut does
lie same sav.igi; eipility.! Thai Genera; i i : prnpht.tic warning 10 cntaa out not
Houston, should) thus "finectih.lt! he :*".ud! linj(; ;!!:ilnces.Vt Hill lot advocate Under all these circumstances, the advent uniforms, were in attendance to receive the airness, we have been incited to deal in an I. become rnc to say, and I am not sufcilollJ!
thins : the Id 1 IJ revolutionary of such! : man as (leneral.l'aylor. cannot but equally unbiassed spirit towards that portion versed in the affairs of courts I
:
say any or doiny tiling; Wt care nut : policy set wot crazy, visitors, who were il'ilEd to partake of cake lo venture .
how incoiiMdrr.i'e' h.nv when I ) be hailct with universal toy. It is not for of the Whig known I opinion as to the practice
or recKb-ss (morally, l .tliCe we not yet t century and wine, a bountiful supply of which was party familiarly at the any or propriety
not does not il the It'.1.t MM'.HIM* old, of c.ichiu; oilier nations any further his military prowess chiefly, Ihalthe people North-for such Whigs have in such a case. It is enough for Ibepublic
IhicNIJ. I tin admire and love him. Il i is rather, (hat he provided for the occasion.At no abiding know that Col. "
to :
) "lorious of Fremont
,
us. surprise; us to hear a Seniitur ::! a good a example prosperity could
in the South-as
of the Untied( 'r'i.iJes! and in tie! fir.slcity and public justice will du ii, how to order is i friend of peace ; though if war is his 9 o'clock the members of No. 2, head- place Conscience Whigs, not have been convicted and held up as he

on tin* (.tullutI', av.iw his, and I our: their Goxcrnmenis, or how construct duty, fill as a mountain, ali icirihle as a ed by their officers, and accompanied by the a cognomen applied, we must believe, in has been as deserving; he( penalty of death; ,

,: penchant 1 for 1IIJI'f au.l down! tight tubIcry ilieru. Let us, we say it in all earnestness tempest jt is not thai his garments are officers of Boston No. 1-who were for the derision, as lucus a non lv.ce.ndo. if that evidence! had! been received. I assert
) will) tin unulcLiii; ;gnslo mil'a ;j- and jioiimiiy! keep our shoulders from UItn crimson with blood, but that he has: Her ; this emphatically, after a careful infestiga.
,: As IJIL-II who acknowledge our moral llipau.1 such a IIISS anarchy, cot ruptiou all been careful of life and never shed one evening the guests of No. 2-formed in [From the Baltimore American ] lion of the facts. In my few, diet i Ua

icspoiisijiiiic! <, ant I win declare ourselves/ loneliness as would press ulion them with drop of human blood in passion, or lo gratify : procession at the Engine House of No. 2, DEATH OF JOHN QUINCY ADAMS.A 'I singular rule winch makes evidence tipar'c

pail) men. "1 as frifii. 1 Is in Irue sense of s.ic'i dri.ufnl: )! I weight, as any considerable: any selfish feeling. The people admire and marched through several of the principal telegraphic despatch from Washing- :; which admits proof of guilt and de

Ihat Icrm to lh<: (Ult1W'lie! II.! ,. aiI: : wo ponton of the mote populous districts of him because he is wise, sagacious, independent streets, with torches lit, around which lon, received at eight o'clock last night nits proof of innocenrc ; which brings one
right to, {desuHUMv! nit, rly rfprob.iie Mexico: would brin- and if left to them i- modest:, careless of himself and careful communicated to us the melancholy intelligence man to the Slilclo sustain : chrgl. anj
r any h\eI : spirit, or .my pibio! iri a wh" areunder
.. / its gni Liiici ,\: asve sjv, ://eat. our cuaccrn-bcter: : thai it should not drop lollm11der: ; h.lo served merely lo brought up at the "Dew Drop," dosed his mortal career at seventeen minutes The whole of this unfortunate ,difficulty*

'- ing as party( 11(1 emS l oy. llie cu':1: :! 'GtNi.i !to pieces! : uhiie we may bo crushed II I it. the great qualities of his mind and hear: where Company No. 2, the officers of No. past seven o'clock yesterday evening. originated in the conflict: of :authority be.

\ Houston is iVJt .1y..i! 1iefilly. gros.Jy ds- -------- ) Oilier military men may have exhibited I, the Chief Engineer, D. B. Wood, Esq., in the Speaker's room adjacent to the ]1.11 IWI'11 Gen. Kearny and Commodore Stock-

f respoclful to Mr. !Polk: but nut his f friend in [Fn.iii IK! Savannah Republican.] e'ui] : s1.il and courage in command!, and Assistant E. C. Roberts, and a number of of Representatives. tun and the CIVlnHclt at Washington ij-
oilier has attracted such affection. The death of this
yel no deep distinguished man, Jmrectlyanul \ ( accountable for il. Fienitir.t
coimii : wholly -
seeking to nieiiibcr
al of th '
Tin: TLTtiMiXTm; wsixuss.
to this)dis nceful inconsisteucy. : TOt nrinv militaiy men seem to think invited guests, sat down to a splendid supper hough not an unexpected event, will cause I is the victim; of its unpardonable i.noranee -
I
I Dtlocr.ctir. \Vc juny say also, tint: .S.'H.'t"l. il.in- \V c have gathered: fiom respectable sources ahvays! of them ehes. They fight for their prepared by Frank Byington, the elegance a 1 profound sensation throughout the county or imbecility. I do not hold him entirely
some information. in relation to the Turpentine own glory in general, and die asking chiefly wheresoever the intelligence of it blameless, but 1 do mean to
of which did assert
negan by hi* r(' business,, which we publish below for admiration.! But; General'1'ayior is admired become known. A personage who ; so broadly and,! boldly, that Mr. is resnousible -
t as he ii the On-gon negotiilions as a caterer, and elicited the of the Put
W1 in the il be praise
acceptable
expectation thit may because he do stood for what has
never seems to anything long as a living pillar around! whom ( occurred.If
umfri 'ndy; lo t the Pr i-i scck-! J
iJtII. of readers who either have
to some our em- for himself; nor seems to think of company. were> twined so many fibres of the national! the command or its (ontingencies had
in, as he dues to i! -ir.i'i/.e: : that and
- > just 1
noble plod long ago, t lli.it. ill- b.irkcil: in it, or piopo.c to do so. The con- him cll. His military despatches wille"er The festivities of the evening were pro- growth and being-so many associations: political been properly assigned, would there ever
of the article is
IJiscl.t,1 '11jiol! increasing vastly cease lo be admired as models graphic !onged unto late hour and social and now historical-could not have been a question as to whom Fremont
\ /: of Itxicl sfar: ': fro.-:( being the calculation ami; a -harmony good
beyond general description and! modest eloquence. His let pass: away without sundering by his innumerable owed obedience to as his superior officer!'
,
deMgneJ! IJ\ the Prc'.sident, was rrginledf the [11
: belief. One source of this Increase feeling prevailed- champagne "spaikled; '
principal
. ; ter to the Secretary of War, just drawn out ligaments which bound his And how was he to discriminate between
flY hrnisa: great. C\'j, and nIhal nlltc is in the use of the distilled spiiits! of turpentine on the board," and those of the *'bo 's" who
I by the ( al "I Congress, will ahva\s be > erson and character, to the hearts and lie on one side and I fie arrive authority :
fee \ : all; ', tat! l'n. : c.lim.
Casswas dcprec.tlc.J of!Jj. pie: Igej niid]( ; ltWWIUr] the name of ctlplile. prii,cd It)r undistuibcd dignity; in the were not of the "Sons of Temperance"soon nminds of the American people. on other ? Gemlemrn of nice military .
y. Inlin.flJl : e repeatcdly There are sOle omissions in our itticle midst of circutnstancrs;. which would have A void remains. has discrimination draw
in the Senate! since the cottimenci-! grew "o'er all the ills of life victorious. Something gone' may these lines;
\\liich; will be supplied as socu us we receive unsettled the I of almost which seemed have the it i is
se f-po-.session but
to solidity beyond my cap icily.
of Con that the al Toasts and the rcquirct
ment res. gun -;i.ijni! of the '- others the ) -- speeches were order ,
icqiiistleinformation among oilier man. !His life j is quite remarkable! a (11 f a fixture in the sphere national affairs: -- --
f Mexico was no p.nt: of the gniernniiMit pilicy of distillation. 9'Ii statements furii : of the day. The foreman of No. 2, W.A. .
-
process a whole.! [He] seems to have been success- The chasm the present and the A MOST STIMKIN'G PICTURE
t when! he hwalloiv H
we couh without to lif generally cortect.Sdcclhn ultation. bad deed i is attributed ol this venerable speech of Mr. Vinton, let no one id
bein thc it. !Not one ; to i is mainly indebted for the perfect organiza5cm : lisappearance figure which
; any worse f"t of J rcs.m?;lium ,sized I 1..e him. Temperate; (', social, Ii lend and judicious united both. We seem to lose our familiar, contemplate the following picture, sketrlieilby
The time has (oml, when \va nuns (I wih: large top furnishes the turj; cut inc bo>t.In t. he i i-. 11'\c.ll> difficulty. )A of : 2, was toasted; and H'trllc iod!, upon the early lays of the Republic i master artist. I i is from a late speechof I'
this subject !Ikea! dc.t broast: of it. and ( North Carolina, lives of t'llle- hanks for compliment/ : in neat and happy .
h'\'t'\'Cr. only ni.in -.-. !.io was at tlc table with him, : .vhiirh. recede flnl.r ami farther. as, one (bvme the! Hon., Andrew Stcw.irr. of Petitnylr.ni.i .
dischirge: our duty to our patty and) the eight or nine inches in diameter are often D. B. 1Vuu(. in the house of Representatives .
.St. Chrc;; :, iluii88 hi rlate! visit al New speech. Esq. the Chief Engineer the partiarchs$ who lingered as the relies recently ellivfrtt ;
, \ a country, so far as it can comp.issed byour ..elected.Culling. 01 the Hew found] and of the United States. lie t I
We disgniM jean., wile mcriily i : replied! to i toast cotnJimentary| to representatives of that memorable! says
poor abiIJit, will not ;; Cf the Bo.res.-T1115 should lcdone every Slav. says; that I the General lifted agl.s the Engineers and in hit tie period, are transferred to another world. Three years :'20, whet ihis Ailinni; >tra- 1
f- the fact, that we hive watched the: ; so doing : "City
piogrcss before sap begins lo ascend rapidly I s to his; lips but once, and then he did The public life of John Qunicy Adams is lion came into power, il found lliecom.trjpeaceful
. of public sentiment, &I rather ivo shuu injustice the months of December.: Januaryand Fatlu.rs" a sm.ill. lick for not paying proper and in all Its interests .
s.iy il not dril!.. All his opinions expressed to well known to his as was that prosperous$ :;
\t lo ihe people s-iy, the cIn.lut of February. The first turpentine which. the. Adintniiiratinn have i1 not ol.htle Mention! to the Engine COllanic-to of his father before countrymen him. Succeeding li. aicri'age and what i is its condition nowt The country -

Slime of our ri'( ]jl'f"'ulli\es: as regards the t Il-nvs] is culled virgin tlrJI'tliul and in older opinions of : skilful: Captain; but a pro- which EV.. Rogers! Es>q. \\lio is .one of of renown, he had accumulated by has been government by party .\a-lfur

Mexican war distrust.with great An-1)('llccr in as well avery tu. JII'(' tfre the pre: wlit! collI'! which inatural i-I I t(,,Untt Stacj.m.: : If yo.u arc determined tlu'I," icplied, in a tone or good! humor thateljcjtw his eminent services a glory of his own.- IJr! Unable: to reward their numerous
great :liJ very stait: !to ii it i ibisl to cut the boxes not and this Administration
t to Ilallail: (tlc Rio( Giande as the boundary lie was at different periods the Ambassador hungry partizans,
we arc instrainc.l t.i say. that Mr. i'.dk! has, less than nine or ten inches above! the ol'.Yxas: sail, lie, I commend the establishment ) much applause., On the whole, we of the United States all the prominent has involved us in war, which enables it lositisly
not been, an i i ii lot at tins liotr, deii! i.iir- cronnil the I lo secure it from never more pleasant and t the ol"ili nU
,
object being
of a post on its 1 Eastern: bank. \\'hcI spent : evening Courts of Europe, his diplomatic career ravenous appetite m$ :
'ly by in the l isi3'entelt of this war, so far, the din which mijjht be carried in dniin the Mexicans, C contrary; to all expectation, our only regret is that the anniversary of having begun in 1781, when he went to of its worshippers; with high offices ami fit

*s it ct'penll. on others. For he di (:an.l. rain storms. The tree should uc scarified came over thiiiv -r. he a-Ucd!. dial his small No. 2 docs not come oftener and last longer. : hush it: as Private Secretary to Mr. Dana. contracts. Peace will luusel their grasp
of course d.iesnmi ) Ili..d.lir in most about once : \eel. (or UfIC'1 enough to keep arm might be reinforced with five thousand --- our Minister at St. Petersburg. That was on the people's treasury. Nothing bat i
imposing manner, :1,1( ii: such ::1 i way as to the turpentine with round shave. ) failure of of
) -an
running : men m Ic\'el dreaming of invading; Mexico. HOUSTON AND EGAS. sixty-seven years ago and from that period revenue-a \vant moiscv
make hi? words :S.UI,: the character of ; A scarification of something like a half inch: What would the President not give now, if Our readers ) note lAX in another column will rare exceptions, 31 r. Adams his been empty Treasury, will give us peace and thus
national plight of f.iith( that this \11 was ii: width, chevron-like- enough. Those! : he h.11 done only what General! 'l'lor recommended wil n public serfice. In Congress, in the powerful negotiator i is: near at hand.
not wa,ed for conquest-nor has it l.e"1lrsecute,1 successive scarifications: may be thus carded } ? in article headed: as above, in which the Cabinet, in the chief Executive chair of (he "Hut let u us look for a moment. Wlutacontra.t

with : view of overturn'rig the on immediately above the boxes, during The manner in which he treats the new Senators whose names are thus made use of Republic, ranking always among;; the first is prcsfntcd !between 'the Whigaivl,

government (f our (nI) oni2: seven years, without ascending higheron honors which arc tendered him, is in keeping are treated with a degree of impartial severity statesman of the country, he has exhibiteda Locofoco. policy' 1Vhem Mr. Y:1 Uureu
\\Tcl. then, taking! n* the staging(i the tree than ( fifteen to feet. came into he asurplarot
i'ul twenty with his whole I life. He will not seek to be expected from Democratic unity of character not less remarkable than power f"nl
a
point, considering ourselves/ :;:> ahvays Each incision of a box will measure about the Presidency. He will not accept: the lot were some of the peculiarities that distinguished about '40 millions in the Treasury ; when In
restricted in our latitude in the argument twelve inches around! the tree, and in large nninitritiou, or support of :any party: as such. Print. The Editor of the Telegraph will it.Ve propose to enter into no went our, he left it about 40 in:I linns ra

i 5 by this postulate, how are we to tolerate! the trees two or three incisions may be made at He will lot pledge himself to any party old receive the commendation of all whose good analysis of his qualities. The impression debt ; and the revenues 10 or I'-i miaiuusshort -

.5 indecent n'IIIJali'llJ! Gen. lUUSloII, fftlw the sale; time. or new. [He will not send out letters to lure opinion is worth having, for the fearless and which he has left upon the mind of the nation : of the expenditures: and ruin and

parly's pledge. a.ule through ilkul( The Gathering.; -The first gathering will votes. I He will do nothing; and be nothingbut independent spirit he has displayed in bears the image of his individual characteristics bankruptcy, national ali individual, prrv.;t ted '
for us llo.v can we ihiiik: Senator ilan- be all what is termed putting throughout the land. la this of
"dippings" ( virgin
o a good President if the! people choose to as well as the strong outline of Mile
negan: means, a+ a party man, to carry out with Rosin the seal of reprobation on the unworthy I things! the Whigs into 1J4U
lu
turpentine) no "scrapings. have it so. There is an irresistible! charm his figure as astatcsman. lie will be knownin came power
in good faith this! pl1e. ill'the Pre&i.lent ; lute fol the virgin turpentine i is transparent about I all ihis, especially. when contrasted sentiments put forth by Senator Houston : history by both aspects. they passed the tariff of 1842.- and the prosperity

or how j justify llfu cl u.rdeaspreyi t : of Gen. and, is worth in N'-w York, 82 50 per with the game so much played heretofore. with such reckless and unblushing effrontery.The I For many years, perhaps during his whole of the cOlntrya" re"towl. ail for '

Cass or regard it :either! cnntisleiit ur pt. barrel. On the second gathering, a small The people will not vote because( they dislike ethics of Senator Houston meet period of public service, Mr. Adams kept i Treasury rtpleuishet as if by magic. In the
liticVc took occ.i--"mn long a1 to inform portion of scraping: is generally removed and may four If its operation it paid off rl0OOUOOO !
him less than his opponent, but because journal, in which the events of the day }tars (:
with
our readers of the ('tngrrs likely to shoved down into the box, when it is taken they love him personally.: Their votes will a sympathetic response in Texas, and with his owu comments and reflections ) () ( of the principal and interest uf

grow out of the Mexican War, the very ;11menl with the dipping. By the time of ihe second be for Gen. Tavlor, lot against anyone may have fallen on willing cars in Tammany)' thereupon, were recorded with steady regu the public debt and in a year or two urore,
its conduct fell into the h.lll. ol ambitious the tree is scarified to a Hall where and denizensof after the entire extinguishment of the deb
gathering else. When he is chosen, he will not be pickpockets lie larity. This record of i long life amounts
and interested! men. And the marc we point some twelve inches above the box. obliged lo adopt the crude program of a the Five Points jostle honest men-but now to many volumes which will, do doubt, would have left .1 surplus of 10 milrnnsa!

reflect on this whole subject!, teeming as it After this second dipping there are scrapings nominating convention as his basis of admiuistraiion. ( for the credit of the and the honor be given to the world. I' year f for the improvement. of our graf rivers
does:, to our mind!, unless prudently managed fur these twelve inches, and so on for each : He will be a wise, benevolent, country John Quincy Adams, was born 1767 ; his I and harbors, affording security to life :wl'
with all surl of pests and alll-ciion to successive portion exposed. These scrapings independent [President of the nation. Let of the Democratic party, we trust that other death occurs in his eighty-first year. His'i' properly, and giving prosperity and increased

the country the more impatient do we feel. are, by SIF. mixed with the dippings, us make him that, and} the republic will! fall Presses who profess political opinions identical bodily powers, which were retained in remarkable 'I extent lo our vast internal coll'>re.

at any departure: .from that course which I in which case it is called "mixccllurpcnlinc' into the track of her destiny again. in the general with the Senator from vigour up to a comparatively recent But this bright and cheering prospectwas ,
strict justice! to oil r character our safely ;' while by others, (they arc left till the suddenly overcast by the overthrow 01
-------- --- -- -- period, began to fail rapidly the
Texas be found
not to declare the
dictates. \\"f have said and I do rlamnlour end of" the year :and gathered( separately, I STRAMJK: STOUVThe following anecdote may first attack of the malady which afer finally the Whigs, aud the accession of the present
opini'in, th.t t the ill:)ruh: to the iti.i. llravo when" they arc woith about Inlf-piice.; of Sir I"her: Strange is related by the : duct rifle that the law of the rifle is the only' proved fatal. Yet, with the indomitable Administration, in 1845. See to what they

c'el if it did: occ'isi.m: the war is ii.il to There are six clippings in a year, each one ( late Richard Hooper, who instructed Queen code of nations which they recognize.We resolution which belonged to him, he continued have already brought the country I From

be impute as LIIIp to Hit governm.-Mit, for j. yielding about a t pint of turpentine. Chailottc in drawing and was for sOle time cannot too highly evince our sense of to hold his seat in the House of Representatives character and a credit so nigh as to command -
the nininciit w.j concede tint l'> lrta Hioirande The Preservation and Dhl'dlalion. Eton school Robert they
master to
up proper drawing : admiration of the becoming deportment of in spile of physical infinities ; untold millions at i premium
( was dispnled Ic'ril'l') it follows, -'lWflty years ago, Ihere was more spit its strange! was a countryman of mine, a NorlhHrirun and at his post he fell. There was no waning j have brought it down so low, that they are
aC : mutter of course, that: 1pflr"mr; or ; ff turpentine distilled in Europe than in the ;( who. seived his time lo my father as the Telegraph in thus noticing, to condemn, of intellect. The concentrated fire of a I now unable, we are told lo affect a loan of

both powers ha\I the righ!11: 'I its Ccup"ry.: United .Stales. 'rel years ago, there was an engraver, :and was a soldier in the rebel lie monstrous doctrines put forth by Senator powerful spirit retreating to its inmost citadel some 10 or 12 millions on any terms. Look

in no wise 1 11111 I I our entry into the neutral more distilled in the Northern than in the army of 1715. It so happened when Duke [Houston, and we are also pleased, (10 shone in the eye until the film of approaching what the Baltimore Convention have done;

ground be jusl cause of war, especially! as I 'llhl'r States. Five years ago nearly all William put them to (flight, that Strange I find a prominent and influential Southern dissolution obscured that last portal that convention prescribed and dictated the
we went there with professions, : peace: ali the distillation was transferred lo the South, finding a door open, made his way into the of the earthly tenement. of !i policy of this Administration in advance
itself the idea of the Ful years
friendly neighborhoocl IVeH,11exicu s.iid. and within the last two years only, the process house, ascended to the first floor, and entered paper opposing to con- and ful of honors, after a o( arduous I this was done by an irresponsible
"6 the or none, and struck for the lias been transferred from the town to a room where a young lady was sealed. quest of Mexico. It requires some fear- distinguished great abilities, integrity i artful and ultra politicians, with Mr. Wall*'

whole. For her mailers were made; worse, the country, convenient to the place where She was at her needle work, and singing. lessness to :assert the opinions put forth by tepublican by and honest at their head. He, M Walker, made Polk

and she failed l in getting! her title deeds the crude article is collected. There are Young Strange implored her protection. the Telegraph-views shared, we fear, too patriotism, the Sage simplicity Quincy goes to his j and Dallas what they are ; he built upW|

written in blood as site wanted then writ- abundant and obvious reasons for all these The lady, without rising, or being the least largely by a majority of the leaders of the rest, breathing his last in the Capitol sur- Administration ; he now dictates its polity ,
ICP.Ve claimed, subject to negotiation lo changes, and distillation is no longer i se- disconcerted, desired him to get under her rounded. by the Representatives of the peo- and governs its action. Yes sir, bal I ca*
the east bank of the Rio Bravo :and we now cret. Any farmer may practice i with success hoop. He immediately stoOIHt, and time Democratic Party. ple, and leaving a nation to pay to cus extorted a pledge from their chief, a"11
bare it by the act of Mexico. What then 1 if he be provided with the proper means amiable woman covered up. Shortly But at the same time (that we commend his memory. In view of such respect a life so made him promise, in his inaugural, to cairj

Not an inch'the other side was ours-con. and. the requisite knowledge. By distila. after this the house was searched. The our Democratic brother Editor for his closed, after a racy fully run, the feeling of out their dictation. The first thing was the

quel-aggressive war-the national; extermination lion as now carried on, (to say nothing lady continued her work as before, aud the course, we must not withhold our condem- regret inspired by event is blended with annexation of Texas, resulting in war. J ellt
of Mexico disavowed> and we only the increased value of the spirits and the soldiers, upon entering the room, considering (he perception of its glory and we find ourselves to arrest internal improvement, then adop
contending for indemnity, to our injured saving of transportation) a large outlay for Miss Lumsd.de ;alone, respectfully reti nation from the Whig presses and Whig repeating the touching exclamation ihe sub-treasury, and finally, repeal

citizens, and securil. from aggression for barrels is avoided. Any one may thus makea red. Robert, as soon as the search was publications, whose conduct in relation to of Burke upon the death of an illustrious riff of 1842. What has followed D*J ,

the future. L the indemnity] to thousand barrels of the turpentine, which over, being released from his covering, kiss- the war has enabled those who are in favor friend- goes revenue and up goes the national deb

tbe thousandth part of :dime, now we have he will gather in perhaps not more than 150 ed the hand of his protectress ; and :at that of conquest, to excite the popular feeling on Hail l and Farewell! at the rate of twenty or thirty millions Jeir'
been forced to demand it thus. But as to I I barrels, which are taken to the distillery, moment, fur the first time he found himself a1 thousands of lives, and millions of money
the cabalistic nonsense of security for the emptied, and returned to be filled again. in love. He married the lady, aud no the subject unfavorably to just peace, by ; wasted in a foreign land, and who know* '*'

future, why. shall we, the people and honest This avoids, too, the great loss which too persons beset as they were with early difficulties an untimely and injudicious inquiry into the COL. l RElIO T.-A Washington letter in what ? Who can tell for what this war I

hearted, law abiding. God fearing people, commonly occurs with the virgin turpen lived more happily. Strange afterwards manner in which it originated-a question the New York Courier says : I now !prosecutet or how or when it is to end'!

talk after the paltry catch phrase of demagogues tine. ]If a barrel of this be sent away as an became a loyal man, though for along which, if raised at all, should be mooted ata In spile of all the secrecy that has been One is> very certain. that

and clamor fur that which everyman object of commerce, unless the barrel is lime he sighed to be pardoned by his time when its agitation would not distractthe preserven in regard to the Fremont trial it it must demoralize our people, involve! oar
woman: and child in ihe Union knows very perfect the best part of it is sure to run King ; who, however: was graciously pleasedto has leaked out that Lt. Col. Fremont has country in an enormous debt resulting IQIna
full wel we already have with a vengeance.: out and be lost, and only half price is paid be reconciled (to him, and afterwards minds of our rulers from counsels tending been found of MUTINY and cashiered, ruinous and oppressive taxation, and !

If butte of P do Alto and! Ilcstca: arc for what remains. This loss very often dis- knighted him. to bring the war to a proper close-no though recommended to the mercy of the end in the overthrow :and dissolution of OB'







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III' Ihe n.1 CHOLKRA.: -The most sensible( medical I : 'tTIIOLESALI E PItICESCURItENT.AITICLES : \ 1'ASSENGEKS. --- .
itself : evrnt, c MARBLE YARD For
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i' 5 Union fill, with horrorUfJ j letter on the cholera' that has yet appearedhas Per steamer Lufauta' -Judge I C Spann, Ci W THE Lh'trpool.
ou of which! .ust been sent to the London Times by the I Griffin, T Littleton, J Nec!., V IN COLUMBUS. .i.Z; elegant last-sailing new bark
of free- MADONA
the ht'arlf.r the friends D. C. D. C. Per steamer Quincy-Jos May, N litcI, master having
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Fptir: Mr. (Winslow vicar of Tugby, UawrV
"! world-a catastrophedofnK Rev. Hancock, B 11 L one of the firm.of Ma Meti --the majnr cargo **
out ill* RGG1GKenr rek)',. ... ....yd iS a 19 I Por Barclay THE Subcribc. < & "K'g *
avGod in .liis infinite mercy avert Leicestershire. The Rev. gentleman quoteshis Dundee ... .... .yel 16 a 17 Per. -Mis I Gardner and 2hlldrtn [ ;, Ga., wihemailome \11 meet With immediate dipat. For iretghk
ibich own experience of the treatment of the Peanut..d. a 13 Dr Mercer, Gen Morgan, 1 Keaton, Jas KBuns. time in Apalachicola. He may seen the or pa3.ie, apply to

from oDr beloved I puuiry. cholera the result of which hr snys is that BALE ROPE. h.enlucky.. .... IlJ a 10 warehouse now building for J. Day & Co. at al!- March D B WOOD &Co.
liable Norlhern. .... IlJManilla.lh I Per steamer Viola-S Junes. an hour in the day and will receive V
[Floro the ltimore American ] of all the maladies to which man is IO I Per steamer Mary A Moore.Jri mot ) orders For Livcrpo i. .
a Sutlf.culdand
rilET1 EATTd-PE.\CE WITH :MEXICO: there is none more easily subdued aud more Bfl.EAD Nayy,.... .... .... .cwt 4 a 4 I servants, Dr C Cat lie. Gen A C fo MONUMENTS THE superior lir. ship

lfficialWu Washington inpob- curable than the cholera, if the physiciancan ,..... .... .. .. 5 a 6% I. Owen!, JV Dennis, J A Ddhirt. D Hall, D Cornforth, master .baling G.-lGE.

The which we11UDg only have a fiiir opportunity of combating COFFEE Rio. .... .... .... ....Ib 81 a 9Ma Morri, Devon, Master C A Dennis. TOMB STONES, _- ,cargo engaged,will have: dl pttch.o For
j the tfgfeVom Mexico the disease in its lirst invasion of the ... ... .... .... 10 Per steamer Quincy-W M Iehaclr. familyand SLABS, Ac. Ac., I Ireight, apply to
Mondays American, precedes it Java,.. ... .. .... ....II> 12a 13CAlLES 2 serv'is, W Alehacer and 2 daughters Robinson which he will furnish lower than they can be Feb 24 CHAS ROGERS
pve fl? system. The great mistake we have all Sperm..... .... ....Ib 3.5 a 37& G G Hoot*, II Bernrele.J II IIuhIWMc- procured from the North. &Co.
these remarks : made is in regarding the diarrhoea which COltD.\UE.Manilla.lb: a 21)Hemr. ) Kenzie J G Gilmer 2servts, E M Skipper, S For Liverpool.
: un P. ADAMS.P.
before our readers the following precedes the disease only as a premonitory ..... .... ....II, a 12i W Smith J W liuss, J A Sinrmonds. S. After the subscriber TiE ship OCEAN- Capt Brownell.
iivhf Per steamer Emil-\lrs J H Wa'tson Miss leaving Apalachicola
.... .... 15 ,
a the of '
intelligence which we have1ceived symptom and devoting our whole attention Victoria J Holmes MHS i Cordelia P Holmes Miss will promptly attend to all orders directed to ,having principa part cargo en-
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interesting CIDER Northern..... .... ...bbl 600 a 7 001)OMESTIC .
*er) io the New Orleans Picayune. It to the more concentrated form which it sub- I :; GOODS- A E FretnuiiV 1\\.a"eti.ld! N C Bai \V 1 him in Columbus.: P. A. -- tet, and going on board, will have

rrincipally I" the l rumors of a treatyrelates sequently assumes' whereas it is the first Drown Shirting ,....yd 5& a 8& Perkins, W M : \1oy\V l VatLs. W P Ford. February-- -21 J, 1S4S. G-3m* quick|pa**;clupatch.e apply to For HARPER freight of the& remainder HOLMES.
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are sure our readers will|| e- state-the first effect of the poison upon the Sheeting".yd 9 a I2
, 4,1 peace."c Tickings..d III a ]6Cotlonades. RECEIPTS FI10.M TIE INTCUIOK. IYIiI 1 Music : Music Feb 3 or CHAS S TOMLINSON.

case us (,am.gl"ln any explanation or system, and the only period of its progress ... ... ....yd U a 22 Per steamer Bo-ton-146 bales cotton to I M V THE subscriber respectfully informs V For
11 .inns this\ evening upon these mal8peCU when the disease may be successfully as ail- Caico! Prints,.... ...pi 6 a 25 Wright; 3 do to S CasMn; 400 do to D B citizen of that he New York.
'Propositions have been received by ed. The remedy most useful in this and KentuckyJeans..d 2.5 a 55 Co1i7doto Hill, Dawson \Co; 3 do Wood. i r to Apalchicol on -s-i'- TH E fine fast sailing hipCO: AL-

Ie r5' einmeni from .Mexico, which will every stage is calnmcl. C.ilomel is our DUCK, nI.- ............yd 18 d 20D'l'I & PC Kain. next 27th instanT in evening clas. LATION FTitner, master, wi meet
our :: Low'd.. Campt'achy,. .ton Per Meaniar bales cotton to A NMcKayV with dispatch. For
be the subject) of due and prompt sheet anchor in cholera.: In the first stage Eufaala-2 Those of taking 1 lessons on the following freight fr passage

t 110 onsideration.doubt combined with opium it rarely fails cure, ...St... .Dumino.tollFU3ic. .. ... ..,. ton do to Lockhart Co; 13 Young; 16) doVto Sc McKenzie\Vm G Porter; 103 instrument*, Spanish G itar, Flute, Violu., apply Feb t 21,) IS H. A. ODE

j' IniclHgencer of yesterday but it must be given in the larger; dose of .. .... ........ 50 a 75 Au Co. (TenO or Alto Violin) and \''llcEno.vuld
The ation31' PeJ steamer do! well to apply as early as as they car For I\c\v York.
twenty grains of calomel to two of opium IFr OURSort\ern.hhl.. a 800I Q'lincy-9 bales cotton to Lock- possible
I the following interesting article on the and be if and '\ ,. .... .. . 675 a 700250 ) hart & Young; tf tt'\rnson & Co; 3 do toW have the privilege of selecting the hours which ftTILE fine bark MARY & JANE
j bas repeated, necessary quickly ; I ... ... .... .... a 450 G Porter ,,Co; 12 do to B S hawley; 3 do to may: suit their convenience. .Flitner. master, have Imineilrate'
subject: in the subsequent states ol the disease, it is Mackerel, No. ... ... al200 D G lUney; 2 do to T Preston. TERMS:-glO for eight weeks of t\'o\ lessons =- ditpatch. For tr.r'i or passage, havTn;
THE PROJECTED TREATY OF PEACE.The the forlorn hope of I ihe physician. No otherremedy Xo.2.bhl 600 a 700u Per Sltion--- bales. cotton to Hill, each week, the course to close on IGlh March.- good accomtncdations, apply to ,
1 and rumors of the last has ever succeeded where mercnty Xo.3.lIbl 50L)) a 600UI Dawson & Co; to I K Hill; 75 do to Lock- Application at in Baltz H'9 I-\-b2't NOfRSE .
conjectures which readers ,.. .... ... .... .... 100 a hart ,\Young; IS do to \ G Porttr & Co. Music my ofce. Buitdinij. STONE &C.t.For
weeks. to our has failed to restore the action of the liver: furnished i'00 course, extra ft r
four ... .. per
ibree or FltUlT, Almondl1, .11 slt'aler lanolia-93 bales cotton to Sims I York": .
I 'III have observed that we hcu'e alw IJS 1tI and we may as well attempt blister board Raisins. .... ... .. .box 215 a 3 01)21) &Cheever, Lockhart & Young, J Day & Co. W either of the above instruments. Instruction .L-r-. 1 HE lC\V, \V L JO TUr

importance which has been gen- or warm a corpse with frictions amid stimulants Prunei', .. .... ... .. ..Ib tl 25Curranri ; Porttr.\, J II & J M Hull, N Cruger T L. Cooks for sale. mater, ill have:dispatch E. above
I bed-an them, have ripened I into read or to rouse by such means the vital I ... .... .. .. ....lb 16 a IS12 Milchfl, Wjlie & lcKt'nzit.Ptr Jan. 20 1-tf T. C. UNDERWOOD. l port. Fir\ fret, .or 16Ith
to apply
I trail! denied announced in hurried FI! s,.. .... .... .... .. .llJ a !-1L ttaUer Champion-SO bales colton to Mac- N. K. No reduction will be made for nonat- or rao\p.;
I alil.1' : as we a powers when the patient has fallen into the mon ... ... ... ox 4 00 a 4 ,,0 lay .V; Kunbrough; SO( do lo Nour'e, Slone & Co;;; ten>ance_ except thnflSrrh protracted !ickne.Advances. *. 21 .A DODGE.
posscript to yesterday's daily paper, the slate uf collapse.; Let the public rememberthe FUr: Oller,. ... .... .... ... ... 400 a .. jOFK 77 do to Hill, DawH.n A: Co; 19 do 10Vylie & : For ,.
01 a TBEATT or PEACE. signed by: important fact that diarrhoea is the first L \TIlES! ,.. ... ... .... ...Ih McKenzie: 21 do to Lockhart and Young; 6 do to THE le.e'I ship FLO-
project ViTn Commissioner on the part of of cholera and in that stage: il i is : GRAIN. Oats,.. ... .... ....buh. 73 a Wm G Porter & Co; 14 do to Sims t Cheever; T IBERAL Advances will be made on Cotton '- fastaill iiiastervrill: ha
t as an-l three CotnmisLert symptom I Corn. .... ... ... bush fl a 70 20)) do to A N McKay \Co. I J co-ignrd i to our friends in Havre, Liverpool RD.hiUemre, o
ihVUnited Staws by most easily remedied ; but if it passes that ... .... ... ... ...box 25 aSOt, ) Per steamer Viola 461 bales cotton to I M l: New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and :!. ( path ab'-e port. For freight!
I nr'ss
on the pdrt.of :Mexico has been period and the serum of the blood has boon .. .... .. .. .. .. .......Cwl a 70 Wright; 2ti2 do to A N McKay &Co; 100 do to p New Orleans. or | as-inge, l.avirg:superior acctnmfid'aton3ai> : '
received by the Executive, and has been so drained off as to leave it like tar in the IIDE:, nrt'en.. ... ... ... .. ..Ib aliv T L MiN.hH; 97 do to 1)) B Wood &Co; 36 do to' ply to the mast, or to. .
da's' "njfr consideration bvJhrt vessels there is little chance ol lot L ) countrv,. .. ...Ih 6 a 7 Lockhart tc Yonns; 33 do" W A&1 C Kain; 11 t McCALLA. &ROMAIN. Fib 17 yun"K, 'TOF Co.
for IWO I very" any mox, En:1is1 ... :... ... ... lb 4 a do to C Rogers A: __Feb.: 17, ;17. :I ----- ---- -
the Government.The fatal termination.
branch of a For Boston.
de.\1 5 a 5 Per steamer Mary A Mor.re-855 bales I Advances
siiW-ince: of the; Trl'u\ is. a* Wt' I|I }r oop. .., . .. .... .,.11 a S8 to A McKay A Co; 92 do to Wylie AT colon THE: fine fast. ailin.; bark *CLNER _\-

n1ierstn't. ; il. as follow* : i Ii i iFirst. )1rClllG.\x-GKN.: CASS.-The Michigan ... ... ... ... ... a 10 zit; 85 do to Lockhart A; Young; 6 do to leKen- MADE on shipments of Cotton to Liverpool Smith, ma:>fer."ill meet \ith dis-
P 'i.-e between ihe Lmfd Mnte i, I House of Representative, on time 31st ofj Sail Hod ,. ... ... ....lh 6 a 7 Porter A- Co; 5 do lo J Day A: Co. .Dec. New York and Boston, by .;l.: pat h. For paaze lvipplv to
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liefilav .atin. American, ....11 6 Per t1 .nHr Quincy' -55 bales cotton to Wm G WOOD &CO. Feb 21 B WOOf Co.WATCH .
rllli.tir'e IJth\ I I
anti t 1t xif'CI.' "tI.1 an \ Pttt .j January, passed the following resolution, h)' Lu mEt-! Porter&Co; 49 do to C A Green 5c Co; do to -- 1 &

\ C"m'nll1'lt.,4 of tlii-! I lv\ii ('ou lril'. I i lifty-iwo votes asainst:: three in the IH' ali\'e :: Boaru.. \\"bile[ Pine..M B S Hawlry; 5-d I', (to N Baker; 6 do, 2 2 hides p Exchange. J. si'iNcE;

jllch time as: the Treaty sliall be in licwli'Ci/ That nheneVPr the Government Yelow" ... .::110 i to Wylie A; McKenzie. DRAFTS on New York, Boston Providence,
dunn;: of the United State;? shall acquire Sthve5.rhtte,. .. .... ... ... :1 a160 Per Meamer Kmily-115 bales colon to Lock. .& and Baltimore, bought ; and .AND CLOCK .MAKER,
j1P'i. any \ O.lk a har& Young: 1H( do to A N 85 Sight Checks on New York sold by Second Story BallzelPs Building! *',
,. 'Iil'n :tT"' (''', I in cnn illert.linn. ; cession Jedd":1 120 llcKdY.\; I
: territory by or purchase,
: r" ,1:1': conquest I ,. ... to Sims.\Cheever; 23 do to \Vylie: : \VM. G. PORTER & Co. r (.Entr.lcf on Chr.titut-st )
) iVr.. I ti."t! I lii'< boundary between the in which slavery shall not by law exsl: at II I LlAD, ... .... ... ... 6 a ( zie; 4. Iarp\r ,\Holmes; 2Ddo to J:Day A Agents Bank of Irunswick V V 'V APALACHiC0I.AYA.N ,
Vni'C-l' Kiatp-s an 1 Mexico hill hereafu-r I the tune of such conquest cession or Sheet,... ... ... ... ... \. 10 a Co; 33: do to Dec 30 \
pur. ... .. .. ... ... ... Per barze I 41 Wattr :tr'et. B. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry nrdultyrepaircJ
bi friTn I. the :-.1 uj' ,ih-l mill lie of i the Rid tlia<,\ it would be, repugnant;; ; 10 the moials ) I 150' a Ii Ilawcu'yr-l0" bales cotton: to J Day .
S. ... ... & October 21. 133.
MOTSSE. 0. a Co; 33 do to J Stevenon A: Co. Wines on Consignment.
.f X"w :Mi-sico, 2
(iran !,'t'' the' b.iiunlary ( "M-;<' "I'Ihi>; iaiion: and a violation of the AY.\L STORES Pitch.bbl Per and
leugli
a barge bales received
cotton
Mariacna and for
in lir.f wJurh (wilh some ili-! cleait-st of the 45 H..1y-I6 JUST pet ship \Vooeh'uffs Worm Specific*
anJ ihrnce a duty Congress;: to permit institution Oakum.hal" a Of) to Sims \Cheever.Per I low for cash-
rrl'on', j.I tl) rr.tl \V(1, (,Ir Iwal; ly WI'I) tn t of slavery, in any form, to be ititio.Iuced Rosin. hbl 1:0 a 2 (UO ?.Marianna--16 biles cotton to J Day baskets Champagne efcient remedy for worms, lu
Ore.n) aij.linkc a point south therein. Tar..bbl ; a :300tIIS. V Co; :39 do to LocMiart Young; 45 do to J 1 lit'dick .l sale by
the Pacific t : i .. .... ... ... ... .. 47.5 a ') Stevenson \ Co. & :cases Pcrt Wine, 3 J C ALLEN.
of Ihl' I'' Irt tlf :-\tI: 1)zi. The House[ i i.. almost unanimously tleinociatic OIL.LH"eed.. ... ... .kef! -90 a :25 51; : -- .- SanderlanV: .

thirl'I/ <'i. Fn cotisi'li'Mtioii elf l( this I hr: "";: and on I the very same day on wlii.liilifv I:I ,. ... ... ....bottle 50 a 6Hpt'rr : EXPORTS.LIVEFtI'OOLl'er 10 Duff Gordon Sherry Wine, The Indians' Elixir.

ces Mtni.l'Ti'riiory. : the I'mtod :Siate-i: are I l'ast.J this resolution: forty-four of ,.. ... ... .... ...ga! 1 00 a 10- bark Sarah I 1 old East India Maderia Wine, A CERTAIN remedy for chill and fever for
.... ... ... ... bales heaf-l8
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:Mi'xir.i th' f in of rn.-t'u Millions : ilu'in. and members of he Set 80 a 90Tanner. cotlon. old Sicily Maderia Wine, by sale by
i.i t twent
-two (
in( p4\ > )- .'. .. .. .. .... .... a'' Per ship Jesse, Oliver-20S9 bales cotton. March 2 E McCULLY. }'eb 3 j C A .
of D.ii.n! .. :11I.1'0! l .ii-lv all thejnstf j .IP, !-ilwtl;' a paper; recommending General I C.l.tor.. .. ... .... 1 7j a NEW YOHK-ler bark Alice Frazier-1043 I -- .-- TL
cI.. ,m.. <> {'citi/i-n! < ol'ih" t'n'ue'l Siaies (,*;as< as their first and favorite candidate for PfOYI 10 Pork, ttes! .hh'' a 1 20 Las! COlon. IVoficc.MY Liverpool Salt;

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Tte Treaty is i unJerstood 1;, rouiain) flIIpro.i.ion % ) Thft Detroit Advertiser of the 2il I inst. n.\COn Ihmo U .Prime. .. ..,.. .bbJ. 9 a 105; BOTON-I'er. hip Macedonian-lOt) bales t tCOtIOfl. board without cause, the public are hereby c 3D! B ELLISON &Co. .

; lit de-tail; ; hut (!Iu's 114)!. lo; we says : The very resolutions (passed: on the canvassed. .II. a I V BALTIMORE-Per brig Leonora-451 bales! ; Cautioned against harboring or trusting her on Groceries.

hear incl'i.li.* :anv piovj poVit-1.. f.ir ill1 ni. uit,'n- iiie ol a Military: : Michigan: ; Legislature submitted 4' ShouIJer ,.... .lb 5' a NEW r.KLEANS-"er sehr Elizabeth! hull13 : debts contracted by her from thi.dare.JOHl OQ ; 1 ; .
i were lo t7 1 tierce Rice and for ale ,
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T.un. ... .. .... .... ... 9 a 9nCTER. bales 'CottOn.f'tr KATES.Co. ,j'Mt rfc'd > by
force l h y ihf United States 1 for a' ccttaintime ) him, and i the dr.ift now hears interlineations; : ... .... .. ..... ....I.j ill 2( V fcchr :Monfrej201 hi I 1"5 cotton. ra'slcn! ., Feb. 21 J. IS 15. :72fScgars. Jan G E. McCULLY. 5') Water st. .

Mfxko.: of a diameter; : to sirPiigtheti!; their ellect, in, .... .. ..... .... ... "' ( :a 2 Per cir stranger-131 bales cotton.
Tfc'; Treaty: nits! its appearance; ; \ A thc Iriz'/wriGng nf Cass himself.( PtA.rnE",. ... .. .. .... ...bbl I 3 I Trusses.TTULL'S .
.. ... .... ... ... 22a O the mot celebrated brands superior single and double Trusses;
)nahK: fsrr'' \\i>'inz ron'-lmlfil: by Mr.Tn ; a -OF
: And his PF.
is ihe which 30 O.
Ct1.c': all th".t' yet t g'rxt htIhan rer- ,. ...;. ... .... .... .... .. 51 a 5lICl 1i1t1tIE], I ? I I \ I 00 just received from Havana, and 1_ for sae by
J 'i. a With lull power. er pnvrr taut Snuihcrn Democrats in favor of far 1NTEJAtVi\TcEl!
are Ca, a.. .... .. .... .... I! 45 a I foraleby E McCULLY, Feb 17 F AEELL
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tml bcn \\iili-lr.iwn., or intended, to be the Prcilency 1\es.> .... ... ... ./ 37& a 50 ___ n __ Decsl3 50 Water st. School
\\jihiraw ii. t.v I lie K\er I ii\e.i li I is i nil -rston.l. thrierroot.-!!' 9 a ( POUT! OF 2. --. --. .-- V nook,
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I hnv.vr. tint the TrcIISlIdJ 1 as it -, grounu-- .. .. .II) -n- a ]i __ nO-_______AI.\L.\CICOLA.larch_ .___ ___ .___ West India Fruit. J'ORsalehy V ,
( .... ... \\l F ABELLVermifuge.
COMMERCIAL. .1! Ntr'g 212 a 254)14 !) AKIIIVFD.FI l 1 -
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I.;. txill be sahniiitrd; l It\. the Pie>! idpnr in 1 Q CANISTERS We.-t India Fruit, preserved -
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the Seujte: fur bs con-idi-mion. What ___ __ _" _H ___ N.(Orlean' 'r, .. 11St. 5 a IHi h 21-Schr StranT, Toby, fin New Orleans. IO with its originalJlacCr received from I I"VI'ER'S

.itt\ 'w iis "..te in hit! bo-iy we shall! net cnto CTf *; -Th? sdlrs! of colton Monday, Tuc.-nl jy stG.r. ] a a 11"7A P-.K 1.--n.rk! I ltr.llio. Itoutelle, fin I'ostcn. Iavanafs'rsaleby!: I.YcCl'LLY, Canadian Vermifn:efpr sale by JA

tprlll.e! picihi't. and UVdnerJ.iy were q'lite I.5rce, amonntiii J toomr ) t.CrIX..I; ,. ... .... ... ...I 13:1 a 1 Cruz I-Vb, to 26 I-) Wood Ship \ A:-Co Fay, Brewer, fm Vera -Per 1 .#,') \Vat.rt.. 1 F ARELL

\\ : 2,5/l; ( to :5 lfW b\\ there In j SALT, Liverpool, .. .... .. 1 01)) a 1 Lemon Syrrtp.
f coin at leat rcj.iir r at one thina: ; that < :; To-day is !; 2"-ling: .NVw Ca-tlc-, Swiff, fm St Croix. Chocolate.LBS. .
.... ... ... V
f"'ni,,, herr is u1 h hid'iiii;! ;; in the jnarktt.Ve rn.tt-e i'o cua! '. Coarser' : 62 a 7: March 1-Br ".Ik Sir Jt\hl Bere.-ford, Thread- be-t B RAY'S superior Lemon rupjust recd J!
cessation ani h No.
present 4 (ain : STEEL ( .tt.... .. .. .. ....cwijlSOU) a :( gold fin ;;:r Si> 1 Sweet Chocolate p, J and ,
,
i.iv.rpool.tratner sale
\ ; !'! \! '\ I'u. Maj 1 j it be ;peretu.tl! in ,!!)"tlIJGI.5.: German. .cvn 12 1)0 a 1 00) fm -J\J J':. reeCl'cd from Hiram for sale bv lor by
: Cliattahorthee.
: Q'"leI'n, Dec 2J J Feb 17 ARELL..
t"OT." l'leX": n\I..n. la 7 Steamer 1 K \kCULLY.V I 1
r1i-s'i-T'!;' ,; ; < 'FPE.\''F-: [O-Pi.CT: : OF1 IIE( Inferior ... .... ... .... .... .... .... .... 5PJUT. r.ranJy. ,.. I 73 a 3 23 :Siearoer Eafula., Morion'), fin hlon.Coluniba fm Jernigan.. .I ---- --- --- ---- Saddlery, Ac.

.'I'\\"I.\I ) : : S'!CiTT, vVrKroui (\rlllli..dlrJ x ... .... .... .... ....G a C;; Gin, loi'1d, .... .gil 137 a 150) Steamer Clnni.ion ll fin Columbus I For Sale. ol vanom : and 'IuaIitj ;
Gadwabdfr
:J ilis> :: <>i| (liTJccr of the U- S. '1 lidJjlll'i.J4 a (;A .'ltrican,.gal! .40) a 42 Steamer Viola! ,| \' Veghten! Columbus. 0 SACKS Salt ; 2'J firkins superior But. SADDLES curb and SnaiHe patterns bits (
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\rI'l'V.111): riMflifil!, C II inhia: I ln. i cvenins.: 'i.mll :'1IIfJu.-! .. ... .... ... .... .. ..68 'j (i Hum. X. 11:. .... .. .gal 37 a 40) Steamer Notion. < fm(0 Columbus. ter. Apply to Saddle Bas..Irting.le ,
.. lcun: lint .I. Mi.LF.iir./ ... .... ... .... ... .... .... t fj\ Wiriky, ll'ct. ...ga 22 a 25J2i Steanu-r ]Emily, :tl.\IItl'r., Jon 13 NOURSE, STONE Co. ,
e the .irniy is$ (IS iiinion; I lii.ithf "'aIr. .. ... .... .... .... ... .... .... 'i! Alcohol,.. .. .... .. .. al < a 73 Steamer Mary A Hal Moore, fin Columbus. & and Whips, fur sale by
< 'rell" : ,el WM. G. PORTEIJ .
Jiji up.ui I.c"'cenIr.: Trist SKINS, 00 a 1 & C"'
FumaiiiVe have no change: to notice in the : Coflee.ff .
and tlji- f'uiiirps: ;* of qtl'rtt.w. wili and ) 7 a 84 Dec 30 Water streeLV
r.Tr? lo t' !hl'l furfin or coastwise ports. SHOT 7 CLEARED.Ftb \ \ SACKS Ro. Havana, and St. Domingo %
troliSI lc.nl to a pf.ice.As ; ltl'UTA110o.": .\ S a 74 25-Alice Frazier, Trott, for Xew York, by 1UU Coffee: low bv Panacea.

it ie..irs! tinfe ''.ii2 of the "1tlhV. one T<, Liverpool ..... .... .... .. .. .9.Hill. TEA, CO a 5 \V A .P C Kain. Dec 23 E McCULLY. V
() received
n.J) it!!. t4I\\lr.l. it'll. Sn.tt. lit' ;. To New York. . .... .... .... ....|cTo rear..1 a ( Schr Eliza- Hull. Tuth'.lf! for New Orleans S DI & HOUCK'S Panacea just
Scoit say 1If'II'j Ito ton ....- .. .. ... .... .... .. .. .Be. TIN. a Feb 2H-Bdrk< Sarah Sheaf, Sands. for Liverpool Oil Cloths Carpets. and for sale bv
is t-nnci'lprfil by llic OmeNS of 1 ( '_h _____ _____ __ __ by J Dav& Co.Sehr alI Feb 17. Fn :LL.POTATOEWI .
I ::nntla.. i --- -- -- TWINE : IS a 2i) PCS Oil Cloth, 1 and wide 1 V
i.-at ("M)I',n of the :a lie !1:1.. Mogul Iil'rce. for Mobile.Schr 15 :yards ;
nut ;only the t uohtluule.J! cltrJI .leuft>, /hut he COTTON STATEMENT.: I I Last' WINES a :37J* :i Monterey. for New Orleans. : 3 pcs super Ingrain Carpeting; bbls. ; Turnip..*-50 bbls.;
k i In the IIP.HIS .f his ---y. a" 0 a 3 00) Feb 2*)-B irk Cumberland, Hiscuck, for New 2 Stair .; Beets-50 bbls.; I
hlhil: to ( snliinrs. I It i i< }hi I < ,, .:::7)ck;; :) n iund Sept. 1, 1347:: ..oTfrpt 9 a 16 00 York, by A Dodge.March 10 Tufted Rugs, Parsnips bbls., for sale by ,,
receive (!lie sit'i il.stej ,HI.I 1 c.ire u.un 'Ie'ip.ed: >t 3da>s. .... .. .4-71 .- --- -- 1-Ship Macedonian, Jack, for Boston, For ale by WM. G. PORTER & CO. Dec 30 B ELLISON Co. i
I o\Jief\: Jn'o his pr""f'1Ci". hen ofiicers of .. I'leviou.-ly. .... ...51W9( AUCTION by DB Wood A; Co. Dec 30 41 Water street & !I,

1&1 :army, are desiie.!) .! : aii; ;iiitstfni; tu thHr.eres I Tola''. ..... .- ;j( HU33 T WILL sell on SATURDAY, Jth inst., at 11 Br. f-liip Trsse, Oliver! for Liverpool by Ut!!, Su-ayn A Wistar'sV
r.xj''rtl.'d >t 3 days... ... .. .C4SMprcvioudy JL Dawson A Co. Dr. WoodriifPs D'sealary Cordial of Wild :
"itir not fill 1\' by his inll.mire buti'S .. pn ClOCk, A. M., in front of Chas. Rogers COMPOUND Syrup Cherry just re ;
>'i >1/ tfirm : .. ... .... 22121: Co.'s 061CC- & Brig LPOUOM, Manduiel, for Baltimore, by J ceived and for sale by
purse h'lftiny h rdurn la their T tc1I.- 23615 3502)On Nourse, stone A; Co.Mardi Diarrhoea, Dysentary, Cholera Morbu Feb ;
F BELL.
!ltflLe'S. 1".h.rr.I'I, | has; J,"''',, t|tit.ir, frtlrr,| as I 20, kegs; flutter, 2-Schr Stranger, Tobey, forN Orleans. FOK Intantum, and summer complaint of: 1 I

well as! their G'-neral.! Xn one uho h.i: > '! hdul! tnd on shipboard. notcleared_ 2-;003 !9391: 2:J boxes" Rasins, children, for sale! by Snuff.
5 Old
Madeira Wine
tverserre.l. unlt'r ln-ri will refase to t'jllowncrHie To close LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT. Feb 3 J. C. ALLEN. SCOTCH and Macaboy; in bottles and b'ar:

% miy 1:1'1.:, EXPORTS: OF COTTON FROM APALACHICOLA consignment.ALSO SHIPS. ; leu received and for sale by .

There spernsto prevail nn i Co.-mnciicin; Isl September, 1S47-aud Same Windsor Fay Brewer 646 tons, fin Vera Cruz, Henry's 11aglcSiat 1 I F ABELL
IUltfcoion;
hrouhthe Dn'e.l :Stair: that time in 18-JG. At Store Xo. 55, up.tair&, on SATURDAY I waiting-D B Wood & Co. V JUST received and by
I 'Be ; divisions, I in --- EVENING, at 7 o'clock Solon, Bucknam. 540 tons, fm New York, wait 24 I F ABEL SarSalarila.
Hrmy hare been to <...mexient.. ihe re- fPirhIii: t tw.i <1"t ing-D B Wood & Co. V BULL'S, r com
quIt of the arrp.t, uf Cif'lIf'rt1i Pillow ind rHen FATORTED.: 'Ig daY5.otJ-ly. TOTAt-I 8"3OnI An Im'oict Ready Made Clothing. Sale pos Canton, PdckardI ) ton, for New York, load. Razor Strops. fluid extract of S.r$ aittys received

\\'urlh. So far Irani, u there : !I LI\'rj.d) .... ... ....I.t. : U ..5IjJ .b ..ooWi itive. Terms cash. inW A &-P C Kain. and Emerson's Strops, just re- and for sale by .
h.-ell. ;:reter nvrr lias ,i !.I\r.'. .... .... .... . .. .... I' .... JXO. S. HUTCHIXSOX, Marianna, Gill 339 Iou, fm New York, waiting- CHAPMAN for sale by Feb 17 ItFADELL.Dr. .
"The utiaiii.TitH: ., than; at present. :Nan/. ; ...... .... .... .. .J.\.\. .... March 2,1* IS. Auctioneer.Coton A X McKay A: Co. Feb 24 F ABELL. ----- -
t'lrCII''I''ncp.; witiu t'\'f'lI :1 s1ine sI.i) s' 1 ri.,*,..i .. .... .... .... .!.o-u.. -19.,. Ganges, (Br) Corforth. 723 tons, for Liverpool, I Woodruffs AiitilVilUous Vegetable
w.lfdl'r. Tlte ;*rtlv. i i.> a "'r';'LI u u u ill SCIIH- et'I'II'I.: ... .... .. . . .t,.. .. ... 9JS "ei hcl'. loading-C Rogers & Co. Lancets. Life
(
nef. Iu lis. Oilier .. .... .... ... having been appoint d a Diadern Tucker 657 tons, for Marseilles loading PRING and Thumb Lancets just received Pills
porti5 ,
< ''piue! ml hannonv. have .. .. .... I:.:.:..::.' :.::::: TiE S and sale by V
for sale
never liven Total Ports. of Cotton, respectfully solicits employment -I M Wright.Liberty by V FOR
tmre to For. : ( ; I
r.itiipf .322J..61fi7..9iSi1.6-1 8
I .. f' Irom the merchants of Pratt, 6S9 ton, for Liverpool loading Feb 21 H F ABELL. J C ALLEN.
The known jusiire: Of (\P.II.cult} ; wnuM I II X'w York ..... .... ....Hr.i1' .769-1'.h' t'jl. 7tlJ3 Apalachioh.le L) K Dodge.Burlington V
13C to "*"' il'c'r I 11".IItIl.: ... .. ... ... !I. .1400. 9IL .(>:)!4.. ,5(>(AI has a family dependant on ; Cook tons, for Trieste, loading V V Isazors. V Produce.
of l the m'r"n military > llI in I lie ;ir 'v-1 I I, Pro\iden'-p .. .. .. :. ...'I..1JHJ4' .1964 .3696; hopes that opportunity will be afforded him to I Wright..53 &BUTCHAR'S Rougefs & Son's LOUIS 7cstcrl Flour Ohio
do
the propneiy of all bis. acts ; and, J I Pjlll.H.l.hi.1.; ... ... '. .... gain a support tor them in this community Ocean, Brownell, 5Gtf ton, for load WADE Razors for ant by ST. choice and Lard, WhUkey;
L arrest' of any officer. !ro\tr'e\'j'r high} in Both i lIIr,.. .... .. .. .ill.72.; !* .iis<) .1600:I where such an appeal has "never been made in Holmes and Lin'rool. on.Urgent Feb 21 F ABELL. r, prime. MolassesPork, mess
T ink, from anv I.o.\\n |breach of milarcl NVw Orleans. ..... ...332 ..353'!. .63 JOSO( : vain. ALEX.: McALPIN. in-Iirpf'r., ton, Liverpool, loading 1 and prme; l.con. Hams, Side?ana Shoulders, for

discipline H'Ujl1 cause ) Oilier ports... .. ......].,. .... ..1262Totdl March 2, 1S4S. 7-lf >V Jogtrs.' C Kain. Piles. sale by B. ELLISON &, Co. V
no \
thautbat ofaijv subaUern for ?more'1I.e offence.surprise": CodMwis-e.. ..... 3274;.ljjj-l''.1 .rlSI.2 391 L Floridian'hilltlre, -143 tons for New York DITCHES celebrated Spanish Specific, for Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.thia'ia .
We TOTAL .- -, .) WHEREAS, SR Bonner became purchaser loading-Nou e, Stone & Co. [Feb21] I F AEEEL.
purrosly omil .61-.111"9
teferl'oce making allhii) time, _. .A :F.s. ":: "- :_::..I ._ Apalachicola Land Company, on Constellation, Fllner1 276 tons, for New York Jellies.
Communicated 10 the Rentlcman who has thus ----PORT- ----OF- --ST.-.MARK- : ---- the 22d day of Apri, 1S3G, of Lots numbers 5 loading Doge. Bacon, Flour, Sugar, Coffee and I N different sized boxes just received from 11a:

his views as it is w i iritl'n- and 10, in 2S, and Lots Nos. 7,8. 13 BARQI'ES. Sal vana and for sale by
OD to Communicate directly with' the Pre. CorroN STATEMKNT: Feb. 22, 1313. and 14, in Block E2, together with the wharf pri. Sir John rtsord. (Br.) Threadgold tons, fm ALWAYS on hand, for sale low bv Dec 25 E McCULLY.

< wben he shall bare Stock on hand Sept. 1. 1547 ertimated. ... 3(10) known the of the -Master. E McCULLY. .
This arrived at \Va hIngtoo. -, Received sInce. .... ... .... ... ....19KM vilege. the on of map or plan city asNo. Horatio Routele. 321 tons, fin Boston waiting- EIDLITZ, Yeast and Soda Powder of the
officer whose 2'J, at price $18,2Ij5. for which he executed S .
r
desly has exacted of US lhal we retiring should' l mo- Total..t...4 .. ..1970(1(; his notes, &,c. in favor of said Company, Dauntlt'fs, (Br.) Johnson 6S9 tons, fm Liverpool Sweetmeats WELL a lotjust and Preserves.received from Ha- best quality for sale by
July17
meotion his not which remain unpaid, with the interest due wailing-W A A: P C Kain. A orte J. C ALLENJS
name dJslJnuishetJ} Exported since 1st September, .... .... .J.11i'31On I for E McCULLY
almost himself in.. Cumberland (Br. 402 fm Liver- vana, by ,
thereon : And whereas by the agreement made ) Powers tons,
Muco.every aDd battle fought in the valley of r' hand and on shipboard; not cleared... .. .. 5216(; with I the said S. R. Bonner, i was fully under- pool, waiting-J Day &.Co. Dee 1G 50 Water st. Wood War S c.J3ARREL .
Came down Madonna, Mil.chd.S9 tons, for Liverpool loading Covers, Painted Pails Tub.
MellCO from the city of stood that in case of failure to pay the said notes Old Reserve Four
with the D B Wood A Co. ,
'Vllsley Trays
last : : Axhelves
;
train.-Culumbia EXTORTS OF Cairo the the ucktt
said
: to contract
according ,
.J Tcltgrapk Dai. Company Gleaner. tons, for Boston, loading-D Smith's Eagle Brand; Brooms, &.c. &c. for sale by
OF
24th :mith.2 V
utt. From the Port of St. Mark., commencing 1st t should be at liberty, on giving thirty day's notice B E. McCULLY, B. ELLISON

THE PEACE- Sept., 1847, and same time in 1840': in a public gazette, published in Apalachicola, to, Mary & Jane Flitner 316 tons, for New Yotk, Nov 1 5 Water st. Dec 9. Cor. Wafer and Chestnut& Co.sts. -

Union TRF.ATT.-The Washington I 1847-8 1S157New re-sell said Lots at the risk of said purchaser, Irthe I loading! -Nourse, Slone'Co. V _._

of Tuesday night York...... .... ..... .. ...13357 9145; benefit of said Company and it any surplus I rRIGS. Tauucrs' Oil, Shoes and Bro ans, by the case;
pri'ate: S3JSTbp. New Orlt'aus..r. .. 1127 833 remained, after paying said notes, given for and Wm L Jones, Tylr, 20 tons, for N York, load- FOR sale by BOOTS Shoes and Buskins;

was charge secretalY of the President Charleston. .... .. .. ... ..... .... 174 I on account of said Lots and al costs and expenses ing-A Dodge. 30 B ELLISON & Co. Men's, Boys and Youth's Brogana ;
with New Castle Swift 224 fm St wait-
a tons, Crix
very Important -- the shall be the said
S. R. -
fthe message same paid For Sale. I 4'V I finesew'dBrbgans
President Total. ... ...bales 14484 10152 1 ing-Iasler. ;
to Le
.
laid Bonner his and
or whereas
ale b"f.r(' the Sen- legal representatives; BBLS pegged Boots
Hay, now landing from ship Flori- .en's ;
to.day but .
few ; that bOlly had ',djourned a I the said S. R. Bonner has failed to pay said ------- --- --- -- -- h5 dian.: Apply to -V finp sewed Boots;

momenls before 1r. Vit'r: coultJ I For Sale notes, now the said Compay, in pursuance of the Holmes' Vegetable Fills, Dec 23 NOURSE, STONE Co. Russet Brogans. For sale by
rcb the Capirol. It is uod rstood THE Printing Office of the Commercial 1 premises, wi expose the Lots aforesaid to saleat FOR DYSIENORIUIA on PAINFUL & B. ELLISON & CO.,
that t ." Apply to auction front House in .
agecOnlaiDed the of the Court said Salt.Ol Dec 9. Coi. Water and Chestnut fts.
ico. Which treal) with Mex Feb. 21. 1819. J. L. WYMAN. the sixth of celebrated Pills have become so fam- .
was received city, on Thursday day Apri next, THESE : KC\\ SACKS Liverpool Salt, cargo of Br.
from Mezico by a special mesgU Brushes. between the hours of 10 o'clock, and 2 their virtues, in curing this disease OJLty ship Queen, for sale by School Books.

we take (or 00 Saturd..v evening T.JAIR, Hat, Clothes Tectb.Nail l and Shaving o'clock P. M. for cash, to pay up said notes and that but little need be said of them, their action Dec 2 J. DAY & Co. CHbOL BOOKS, of all kindjust rec'd by

itt 111t with granred that he ;:coate will I .l1: Brushes for sale by costs and charges. upon the system is wonderful, they immediately EEF Mess and Prime 0 Nov 1 J. C. ALLEN. V

"'bl Ie. as much Promptitude as pos- Feb 24 II F BELL. JAS. E. BKTTNER, Agent of thqp arrest all pain in this disease, no mater B Pork-Do' do
Trustees of the Apalachicola Land Co long standing. Pamphlets containing pagesof QUININE Camphor and Piperme? !ust re-
Bread and Pilot for sale
Thomson Medicines -Navy by
for sale by ,
) Apalachicola, March 2, 1S4S. lestimonials from the profession. For.sale by
h&adelphia& Physician JUST received and for sale by V March J ALLEN. Dec 30 B ELLISON &Co. April 17 It F. ABEL -
has
tried Chlo5o 3 J. C. ALLEN. Cordials;

f11 frni nilnj1r8thrna'1in'. He j his own person, with Irish Potatoes and Onions. BALES Osnaburis. oh consignment Horse and tfray A FEW den, bottles, just received from Havana DOZ. assorted Syru Syrups Ps., of superior

ou el. was relieved io a few A FINE article for sale by 10 for sale by FOR sale cheap. Apply to : and for sale by 5 just reeive from Havana and for qualty.

Nov 11 E. McCULL, 50 Water Dec J. DAY &Co 1 E. McCULLY, 50 Water st. Dec 2] E McCULLY. Dec 2: E McCULLY



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a Tax Collector's Sale. I block 131: lots nos 3 to 1 inclusive unimproved : PROSPECTUS I I 1Lrnal NOtiCFTJ.: : Dry Goods. FRHWI ARRIVAL
bw.1 block 135 lots nos :1 to ) inclusive unimproved : OK
By'irhl of thea-ithority in me vested by block; lX5: i lots nos 1 2 1 7 S y 10 unimproved : OF THEFLORIDA IN CHANCERY. THE subscribers offer for sale a large and sea- Drugs, itiedfciiies, '

I\.1 C'Ot1O sale. before the Court House block 137: lols nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : stock of Dry Goods, consisting in Dyesstt11rPerrnme ,

Door, )J City of ApIJlhi..II.; on Monday the block 133 lots nos I to 10 inclusive! : unimproved : WHIG Franklin Circuit Court. rart ofNegro THE d\rsigned '

'tl day of MJ}, 1315, betnecn the hours ol ten block 133: lots nos I to 10 inclusive unimproved : I Thomas Orman, 1 Kerseys and Linseys to his fnen's and the returnlM.e.

M. and four P. )[the following real estate, block Iii lots nos 1 to II inclusive unimproved: : : A WEEKLY PAPER, vs. S White and Red Flannels it liberal tr.ge PUbliC q

i: situated in the City Apalachicola, (assessed as block 141 lots nos I 2 : 5 S 'J 10 unimproved : TO HE William B. Finch. ) Hangups and Tweeds, that he u n an bfgJlo' .

the property( of Liewis Curtis and Joseph Delafild block block! I-12 lots nos I to 8 inclusive unjinproved : I I PlTBLISIEl LV.11.111.1.TUE IT being made to appear by affidavit, that the Super plain black and fancy Casamercs al supply-.wWft 1..fece"Ing an adt
j 1-13:; lots I 10 added
to unimproved
nos inclusive:
I ; Trustees of the Apalachicola Lind Company block 1 i |Iiols lbs 1 to 10 inclusive unimprovedI1ock :: undersigned propose publishing in the defendant resides beyond the limits of the Super English: and French Cloths, stock, renders his agsfcnt to his

: ,) or SI) much thereof as will PlY the Taxes. 1 15 lots nos 110 10) incliiMve unimproved : : Town of Marianna, Jackson county, Florida, a State of Florida to wit, in the State of New Whitney Blankets, 10, 11 and 12qr and complete. EngliAmerican llnUsU&t,
lor IS 17 assessed thereon anl weekly with the above title. York : It is ordered that service of said bill be Dullil Blankets 5 9 and 10 Gtntaa
in arre.ir unpaid block! 110' lots nos I to 1 inchi.-ive unimproved : newspaper firs. Drugs; Cos pe Jfuand -
to the State of n'J i lit, and: the County of Frank. block 117 lots nos I to ) I inclusive unimproved: : I This, paper will be devoted (to Literaturegri.. perfected on said defendant, by publication of Marseilles Quilts, 0, 10, 11 and 12 qr>, Drug ist Glass _,'& ."''JJ

Iin i tocthlr with thc C')-t of! advertisement! and! block! US lots lbs I to 10)) !inclusive unimproved : culture, and Science; it will also contain the this order for four months in some newspaper Denims Kremlins and Cottonades, to Physicians, Country 1 Ire

salo, and which sji 1 re-il e-t.ite i is dt'&cn!)<.d: us block It:) lols nos I to 10) inclusive: unimproved : I current news of the day and articles in support of printed in the City of Apalachicola requiring Brown Shirting and Sheeting, the most liberal terms-all of and ot
which
flil[. the! of t.li? City, \'i.t. bioc'v! 150)) lots liDS 1 2 3 .1 7 ti !!10) unimproved : the Whig Policy. him to appear and answer said bill, otherwise it Cotton Osnaburgs pure and unadulterated. he"Til

: rla.IJj 1 n n. I l(i 1 II I, inclu HL.: l block 158 lots I to 10 incluMvu
iiaimpruvcJ: ; block A, rangi! 2, lols nos. 1 :a. o', 159 lots nos nos 1 to 10 !i inclusive: unimprovedIjiock :: felt in Jackson Walton and Washington coun- At Chambers, Sept.2O, 1S17. Linen and Cotton Checks, Wholesale Retail BElL Drn

y, 1, 1'J: II i, IIimjlrc\'c.'i ; !block A, range :, block 107 lots nos 1 2 :3 4 7 89 10 unimproved unimproved : ties, and has led to the proposed establishment of GEORGE S. HAWKINS, Irish Linen, Shirting and Sheeting, -5 Water' '

1-jts nos. 'J, 1 1,5, bl, 12, imJ"I'! ; d; block U, range! block KH lots rios 1 to l.) inclusive unimproved : his Journal. A True Copy. Judge, &c. Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting, Apalachicola, Nov. 21, IS 16. "

1, 1 lots nH. 3, I'i, 4J, in, I 17, unimproved: ; blockB block H>9 lots nos) 1 to ) inclusive unimproved : The undersigned hope to obtain sufficient pat. W. V.\LLE.\ui Clerk. English, French and American Prints

range :, lots lit):;. I l.'J::, 11 t. unimproved: blockB hloc IiI lots :nos 123478. 9 ii) unimproved : onage to enable I them to commence its publica- October', 1SJ7. .!- hn Extra: super, plain and twilled Ginghams, Drugs and MCjCjfle
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ran;e 2, Lit: IhH. 2!, ::, I 't f.! I 11 I I 12, improved lots tinS 110 1 inclusive: unimproved : tion by the M I of September.TEnaIsl'hlree WALTON CIRCUIT Super Cashmere d'Ecosse, TIn subscriberconstantly hu
COURT.In .
; block! C, rrig1 1 I..l-itstus.. 'J, l I. 1 i.:, I l'j.' unimproved block: 175 lots nos 3 t to inclusive unimproved! : dollars per:annum, i in all vance. Extra sup'rIu lin de Lame, have.onhanT and
.
; block C', range? 2, lnl"\os. !H., ID), 11, I:, block block IiI 177; lots lots nos nos 1 1 2 to 3 (I inclusive 7 8 I 9 10 unimproved unimproved :: $3 50 if paid within six months; or $1 l 00) at the Thomas Barlcar( hanccr). English Scotch and American do. It assortment of DRLCSaad aec >"

.42, tim.'rovcJ ; block C, range :, lots nos. 1, block! 17$ !lots nos 1 to l) inclusive unimproved : end of the year. } Super Italian black and figured Silks, tINES, \\hkh he will\
vs. > Petition for Divorce. rtar.t
:, I l.r 1, l:, improved; ; block D, rango2, lots nos. block! 17J! lots nos: 1 3 15 G 789 I 10 unimproved : BEXJ. G. LIDDON &CO. S.irah Samanth Barker. Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs and of the best quality. (

3,1, *, y, uniinjifove: I ; block! I D, lange 2, lots hloC. I 180) lots tins 1 to 10) inclusive unimproved : Julv31: '17. the ) Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs, Merchant.-/and Planter wiU.

nti. 1 1,2, :;, i.njirivo'l: : E, 1 Ms nos 1S1 lots nos 1 2 :4 5 8 9 10 unimproved : IT appearing to satisfaction of the Court English and American Cotton Hkfs, to their advantage to call!, examine ar.d
hllce range
N D SCOTT
& LIST OF affidavit .
:1, I 1,0:i, I 1'5, 17, I Is, j improved ; block I E:, range; 2, block I IS2' lots nos I to 8 inclusive! uuiiiiprovedtihc : rEO \1 CO'H by made in this case, that the defendant Madras and Verona head IIkf,, Goods before purchasing elsewhere. (t..'

I I) i. 7, S, H::, 11 1, 1 n.3 Ii! 17, I-, 1 1'J.'' LPIIII.' :, !; 1 S3: lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive: unimproved: : FOISEI( \ PEStlODICALS.KErUHLICATION Sarah Samantha Barker resides beyond Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose N. B. Physician's prescriptions
J.t. block 1S1 lots nos I to 10) inclusive : the jurisdiction of the State of Florida : It is ordered and for liP,
\' .l ; block l E:, rangi* '!, I lit> till. 1, isnjToved: ; unimproved OFI'HE Super Satin, Marseilles &. Worsted Vestings, care accuracy at any hour of Ihedai orj
I IS" lots that the said
nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : Sarah Samanth Barker do
1)1) F 2 loU ." .;.c .rr*;. :I.H: I. i H<; lots nos 1 to 10) inclusive unimproved : : LONDON QUARTERLY: REVIEW, and answer the said petition within three March ALLE.*. '
>.l. I H I, *} I I. I )t" IUM. .">, ", Plain and lig'd Swiss and checked Muslins 21 Cor. Centre andC--
ttimr\'t block r.I block 1 1S7 lots:nos I to 10) inclusive unimproved : THK: EDINBURGH REVIEW, months after the publication of this order, or the trte.
11, 11, n: 15, 2' ), u litapnuvd ; bluck I II I, range: b"c! 1 SS lots nos 2(5(i 7 8 !9 10) unimproved: : block 'HIE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW, said petition will be taken for confessed and it Jaconet and Cambric Muslins WILL DE PUBLISHED AT

J.I($;n ". :, 1 1. o, G.7.J.td.t.I'! I I I": I 11 I I,-!) ;nos 1.lti.: 1 17, I1ninIr'4I1 ; t1., .J. r\: e 1 lots nt's (i 78!10 unimproved.vLlfl. published Which have been selected with great care in snenlh of Deeemttr nttt
in the Western
AND'J3LACKWOOI'S some newspaper Circuit of this
fIH. 2, :, I I. n 1, ti. 7, l 1, I I.', I 11!, 12!. lJ: 11, 1 l.i.1| [ ? LOTS. State for the of three New York and Boston from Importers Agentsof NUMBER ONE
I months.
li, 17, IS, II: 'I i Wi)IIMV.-.I,; block J. rat 2, 1. iii') I feet lot No 1 12:!; 50 fee foot of Leslie EDINBURGH MAGAZINE.The I I GEG.space S. HAWKINS Judge W. C. Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates, and OF THE
Ili ii'is. 1,2I: t. o, e i. 7. ->. !t', 1 Fl.: H, 42 l I: I 1, :arc now offered at wholesale or retail on favorable
: : t ret ; I 10 I l feet lot No I Hi f; ; ) feet lot No 17 UNITED
; January .
J., 1 :, I 17. 1 b. l.$. 2i I. u'lunprnvtul I ; block:. 1 1C, |. 1 100! ) fi'l lot No 1'J!' ; 'JO !let t foot of Centre street ; above PeriodiCals are reprinted in New terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co. REPORTED

Wije 1 1. 'J 11.4 :i.is. I. '1, :'t:, 1 I. :i,4 ft; 7, v, !.P', I'l' 11.1 'V.J I fort South! part ot lot No 20 ; 30' feet North York immediately on their arrival by the British At Chambers, Dec. :30: IS 17. -11 Water street. I A Daily Jcurnal Govcrmr.ti.t) Legi,hte I

I !. 1::, 11, l">, li i. I 17, 1 IN I l..4., 2J., uilinH-Vfd: ] ; purl: nl lot No 22 ; 00' foot foot ot Chestnut st. ; steamers in a beautiful car type, on fine white APALACHICOLA 29, IS 17. CAICO. General News.
A
l.U-k K 11! .v.s 1 2, :;, I I. % I C.;, 7D ,"i;, !', 'I paper and are faithful of the originalBLtcsvooI's .
rngj. 2,1 I j lo.J f.-ct of lot No '!:; HO' feet foot of Cherry st. John M. Carnochan, } : Subscribers Inc subscriber i is now enabled toannctn.t.
I
take method inform-
this of
I 11. 12 l.J:: I 1 i. I J, j 7, is, unim. MA.GAZI.VI: being an exact fac- Bill for account and Till
11. t,20, j I AU'i-\1 L'ltlyil on the West side of the \';. the citizens of vicinity re'rnpli lOIn of his arrangements fur the estil.
and its
,. {iruvej ; !liloi'k 14.It1'u "*. 1 I. 2, :3. ;.Ii.i 7, *?, !i; .\p.llchilol.) Bay, and West of the City of simile The of the of Edinburgh the REPRINTS edition. less than OeonscK. Walker, it a/. $ partition.UPON that they have now Apalachicola hand neat- n l'l.f if l a wdl-cruaniztd! and ir.dei'tndenf ,

'! J.) 1-J, 1.1.1':, 1. I 11,11 I t li, 17, li; 2J, ilium- j .Apahchicola; to the \Vc"lcr boundaiies of prices are one affidavit Complainant's Solicitor that on a veiy nal (.f News at the Seat of the General
: GMUlfTlt
and well selected Stock
GOODS which will be
third of those of the foreign copies", and while ,
.. 1 2 :! 1 ti 7 S' they *
jir vcJ ; M, lots u" I. I. -), , Franklin (County; also, St. V'ncent's Island, St.Idioige's Defendants mentioned in said: Bill do sold low in
afford all that advantage consisting follows
l. I ,t. 1.1'1.1:1.: i II.I n.lli. 17, I I", 10-2H, unim- ; J-Juul: and Dog Island, (cxcush'c. of arc equally to wel. ollp, they the ENGLISH- not reside within this Circuit but within the Cloths and Cassimcres part as various : The: I Ie ruling features of the United State j

. ::1 rrl.et( ; ) Mis n. s. I 1,2, ::, 1, .',, fi, 7, "> y, I j It that portion r.f St. Georges and Dog reader. ) .bUllC.O'er United States: It is ordered that notice of the Fancy Prints, do. stales do. porter will be the following

:i 1. 12.. H:', I H, I I"i, 1 I.j 17, I IS, 11'!: 20, 1: il-1 j| l by the 1T. .S. (lovcrmnent) ; also, all Lands: lyingi institution of this suit, and the filing ot the Alapaca Lustre do.! I Kar.'if Iiitflli: tncr of the); monmtntt tilvariant

i |IIr.I\\.l i h!<-k O, l"t 'P' 1 1. 2., 3, I I. "1, 0, 7, s, y, I i i. t.t of the Bay of Apahchicnh and bordering TERMS.PAYMENT 1 amended Bill, be given in some newspaper published Silks Frodfc Rync; Figured, litjMirhn(. of the (toriritnttntttrerice

:,i '!, H:, 1 11 1, I 1"i, Iii;, 17, 1>, 11.!' 2'J, unimlirtvo.l j I I 01: St. t;leorgij'd Sutmt. and running Ecast to themouth 10 BE MADE IN ADVANCE. in the Circuit, for the space of lour do. Montellado. lo Domestic affairs and to the i

3 t ; hliHc 1\1 I >t< 1)'. I I. 2. ::, I I. :, 0, 7, '., "I New H\l'r, froU thence in a direct line For any one the four He\'ie"i. $3 per annum. months, and if, upon duo proof of the appearanceof Satin Stri ed 'I Iu-I.ili..s of the! ci.ur1try will h' It. ,
|
11,10, I1. I H, 1.:. I II I, nl.i. 17, 1 h.l U,2Juun-: I to the Chipola ; following the Apalachirola For any two, do. said notice in some newspaper so published! Fancy Cashmere Robesdo. -rnl.nl.n. iIt-ht l>, o.,;; 1lI r rill I.

: l r.ivel; bin '!; (i, 1 lf I '<. 1 I. 2, 3 1, 1 J. "i, 0, 7, ', Uivi-r d'I'1 to its, mouth, ;including [Forbe'sIsland any three, do. :7" for the time mentioned the said defendants do Merino do. t.r oiit.tiiiii.u! : ititi.ttj.anfi-: I It.,- P.tl"! rfrr .

'!, J, I', I.1.! I iS::, 1 11.1 t l"i, !H,17, IN, I l'J,2'J) unimprjivJ (*u called< ); I the whole containing 23OOOacres 101 For nil four of the Reviews. S not appear to said bill by the next rule day,which I. do. Delaine do. 1)t rn.J.l.il. trt'litf; nlly} to 'Ilmnt lC'lh'. tlr

; <. S, l hti t nos. 1 tl' 21 I I. inclusive, I of third qualify cf Land, and 1000) of 2dijuilitv For Blackwood'sIagizine, 3 shall come after twenty d.iys from the expirationof Mulins, India Book .:v. Iy, ii.Ulligtiice'of, the irn-st Ir"rlitiiDIf',1'r

c 1bu'N\1. 1 ; bl.ic'.c! 1 I. lots, MS I 1,7unimproved: ; :, as per returns made by the .Assessor: of ForBlackwoodamlthe( I Reviews. 10,00. said period of f four months, it is further ordered do. Svi4s, Luce and Colored .

blak, 1. lot II.'. >, impr-ived ; block :, lot no. 'J), St.Ue Ta\cs for Franklin County. cAll communications: should' be addressed that the same be taken as confessed Edgings Lisle, Cap and Thread t II The Vtilnl'nn Htjorti of fir Trcntf*

: 11Iilf\'l.d ; hI I \:i I, l Itl'' !.)S :;, t I. t, 7,' t I. ui-! JOHN LUCAS, SlierifT: (po .t paid) toLFOX.HD : against them Shawls, Damask Silk and Jitbittut J the U.itd.Sbh.. .',lIul.*.!,

: itn,innvd ;, hI c'i I I. 1 lot ii'>. :! jjnjMMved! ; block and Kv-Officio Tax Collectcr Franklin Co. SCOTT & CO Publishers GEO. S. HAWKINS Judge, &c. do. Marino I the j-rr-prutir H b-

) ._ t f, Ilt. :).. :t > 6, II i.'l'i-sive, miinjmivcd: : I ; blockS Apalchicol, Nov. :.1.l bJ7.! !:-''im.Slwl'iPs 7fJ Fulton St, New York. CAIOIACK & SPHATT da. Plaid Wool br.-J>> ill r.fT< rLitre! with the I t. rn 01 itrait the

r .' S, lo ti t'3. I 7, v>, It, iiiroved: ; ; block 0, lots Salc. ----- -- Cornnl'ts Solicitors.A Kid Lace and Silk Gloves t inade sit the cl i"-e U le! i.Ir ot

f! M*. I, 7, S, !U)I. I I. ii ii-n j iivved ; bl-u-k! j 0;, lots nos.i FKES3I GOODS, True Copy. WM. VALLEAL- Crczrt-4. Tlif I arrur.:naents n"w nadl" WI
V virtue to me directed, from Tuskan Gil; ) ('v Bonnets. latest fashion
i t?. .*J, I, i imir; ivd UitN\'eJ; ; bib::, ;. lot :H;. Ii, 7. ..iliJ\.t; ; 1) f lltan ant >ei.tu> nr/1 ct-D'|-ktp flC.rdu
uf Sinclair and in favor\ of I H.I !. Brown Shirting, 7-5i l-l 1 and 3--1 I
: .4 l hl...k S luts' :u:. J, 1 J. .', 0, 7, s, llillr\'c.; J. Moses George I one have levied RECEIVED! per brig B. G. Lamar and schr. III Chancery--Franklin County. Bleached do. 7.8.1, 1-1.10-1 and 11-1 D:b.iftand! \i ilic ;T.P-* =-.inagcl r ntgr:
vs. Henry
MIS'J '.) !Lit I 'i i 7 S lotcs. upon from New York- I ree-tlie bei.tfil ..t the
I. nm. 1 1. 1. ; !njJ'elred : bidder Mary Green, by her next friend, ) Blankets G-1 1 and 8-1 I xprrui.cp. sap,
will
at
to highest ,
f:: .t blak M:', l I.I ts : :i. :i, S, u litu.irir.vj ; bl-iclc! 1'J' I :the all! Court expose : the Council SHOES-Calf "Clay" Ties ; do Nullifies; I. vs. V Bill for Di- Ingrain and Cotton Carpeting and sfatesmatiohip that t..iv to whirb f]

1 Ijl* nu. 1 1.7, imp"' '.! ; !b1ck! 1 II 1, lots nos. -I I, ", Honse100' Chambfrtlnt Rnbber Over Shoes:, with leather heelsamid James Green, Defendant."orce.. ta't't'r loc-ktd with licitous ui.d
t respI
,
being I the pl.icc of holding Court, in I the City of.lhikICIiiCO1a Carpet Hags I .... .
soles.HATS '"r.
: lots r. I in(
r block I 11 I : 7, :J, ,
u..im'r'It ; a. I
; .\ county, on the first Monday Court having been assured by affidavit hats and Caps, all styles 1 I l"ej1.TIsr
Fraldil
I .\inidons Beaver and ) in THE
l n ujnjirovf'1; ; block! l-i, luts m 4, 9), 1 M, Uiin4iriveJ Moleskin PTioruiTIIII Llaf"1&
in the above that Boots and Shoes
in March next, within the legal hours of sale complainant cau-,
; bl >ck I 17, n'J, unnnprovcJ: ; block extreme fashion ; also, a variety suitable I 1fmi e i f J"jlTetulilltil.t.III ..1.! }hII. ,;IH'n IIInlh.
James Green resides the State of Florida ot all kinds.
beyond Clothing
to-wit The
the described ,
following property, : .
..
im'rcweJ bh k to country trade. -- imi .tnuilitv! .. tic ,
Iris 0 7 : IIi
17 !
,
; 11 "I)
l'l"I.I'H.
'I ; but within the United States it is ordered hat Also of JEWELRY j r.1i.
assortment and
I neat
dwelling hou e, situate in the city of Apalachi- a a I
block ] lot GLOVES-Kid, Silk I Linen, Woolen and Buck lude. Each .l\- rtcohl will t I
2, 3, 5, 0, 7, S, y I. Ili nprovi-d; ; J', "c.m '1t
lot block! number nine hearing be had the facts charged in said other articles too numcmusto mention
cola on numcer ten, corner upon many t
AIL I, : ; ; bick I h J>I. lo.s! ins. 1 f t.i 1 10 i in.'tthiv. of all varieties.. I made ":>, :'.J a;>p >rr in the n'l'; rtir"-.
i.rIH'c. of Ce-itre: Liveoak streets, bill at he regular term of Court next ensuing Call and examine for yourselvesM. :
, u ,: >vel 1 ; block '!'), lots/ IV),-. lo 1, ', : all II'olerlvof I HOSIERY-Cotton, Woolen and Silk. 1 iro ri:I fl.
:
J. 'bdliv i u )iiii I ir.ived ; block: 21, lot in. ", im- d2feiduit.: JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff. Ai."'o-.\ few fjsionablu! Pilot Over Coat, the date of this order and thereupon to pa-s a [ N. SCOTT & iHlOTIIER.D.c3 I IV .7 Sync f lien f I'inc of tJie Pmctt&l
decree in the it the defendanthad Cor."rattr and Centre
U. LUCAS U. S. same manner as sts.
; Jr'V.I ; !II Itc1c 21 r lots ;: t*. 1 to I :'i'l (Ij tj I:', inclu- By Back Sick;, Pants Vests, &.c. --- lull J) and I in Provided
k'(: ;irt tJ..im'ww.I. '' .; bl. 'ick22li. ls nos. 1,3. : u.iim-, Jri..: 2J, 1-5 IS. 2-tds. J.1 13, IbH. M. P. ELLIS. appeared always that a were copy present of this order Court shall: have B. Ellison V Co., Cor. Wafer and be regularly given. Memberol I Ci., gr.i .
: all!
j>ravcJ; 'til-trx'i: -I.; 1111 WH. u, ", '. .i, .1IInr.i(1.) : Sale.BY Chestnut Ms. l cl.se.i! 11 I n-aders will tt.us be ktt| lull it.-
been ot I this Mate
S1uI'iPs I in
pumi-heu some newspaper
:?IDIE: IVBWfTMIB .oonS !
e hl :V!ll )Nnis. ,3fs7S'.M'\ ,U'.iui.jr'vM; ; fieri facias die xstftnaticallv it.ff.nred (.f DNr.t lu' LegISLr-:
, ( virtue a ni'Ttgjgj to me fcr the of three months at least before the SHIP CHANDLERY.MAXILLA .
, blick: '!I, l lots u n. 'I, 1 I. "i, 0, UIiIr.Vct: ; block\ f reeled from the Circuit Court of Franklin I : siibsciiber will be receiving and opening .. first day space it.said terra, ii .1 in few '
'i, 7 I'l I iiniir.Vt'd \ a dH an entire I new and extensiveassortrnet.t \ V Karfif It l/i i art of fill /" !p.rtanlll/
ibli iris. 1. ;, ; ; b\"c. County in favor of Henry G. fluyon, versus Jan be irndo to said Ci.mt.GEO. ', \rmline, Marline,
..
t7,1'itsn! n. 1 Li, 1 Ji i icltisivc, *1mTIrJVed: : ; ; ): > e-tale of J. W. >d, of UHAOY: MADE CLOTHING, ()akmniu I'UII-I! witt* in the Lenif/iilnns of (irsjlI Blllullh
Oil Fall
Vlllu.dm'x F1d lea'l ; : S. HAWKINS, Jud.-e &.c.A yarn, .Sperm do. \\Ialt! > dn. ( I I
t!% Ms nis. .", G, 7, N, I 1'J' unirnprove.l ; block2. her h.\'(levied dilc fr"l: the M Juf.llory.: : consisting in pat t of True Copy. iJo, Lir-'pd thr,. I Haw l d". U"il..d rio. 'lril" Tlrp.niw fitwrp.111 be c i.i.uic.ittil: L% "\-:0 tt'."

.), lits :i >'4. 3, 1 I. Ii.i 7, S 9, 1.), unimproved; ; u:1!: the so'itli hal V.leal. 5, mock I=, and the im- I 10'J' (!III.t and pilot cloth Overcoats. assorted \\II.t.L\\I VALLU.VU, Clerk.! ; [,lint,. ''intIl'1.1; ,:. l''flY'III1f j liom Europe, Ihr.-iuh r-p ifrs in 1"1)11

blck: :n, lot in. ", u-iiurrovcil, ; bl-tr-Jc! :M T lots provvtnents:: c being the premises mortjigedhyJ. !f\ .: ( colors: Ap.il.ichicola, Dec. vJ-'i, 1 Is 17.Circiit. :i)_: 10 !t..e.iI, I 1:1: tI"",. Y..11.cllr" C/ln.m" 13r..n:. Paris who I.C"SH'i. j-rculiar! facilities f r ".
rit,;. : 3, !tt I, I i, u tiui i nivel I ; bl',ck :32, lts m.s. ) W. deceased to plaintiff in 50;( Imit.v! JackiHSailors' ------ ---- -- Erw'rahll": loijieri; I ilo, ('!rill 11/' Yt'lIow"t'r! j inr inft rrriti"ii.ivtn ; .

1. 'J. 3,0, 7, '5, '.}. I ), riirnrve.l; 1 ; :block! 33, l 1,14< I'Xccution, and Fll\'e.expose the same, for ale at bliu and gray Hound Coats Calli'jna Couri. digris, Limb r.ige, Suljihur.; lin V.imi.-h, l'opal i V I The lllral .tits fif lh IOIl win

Mi C, 9, M.iiin.irove.1 ; bl'ick :31:.1 I. I lot! n.'*. : {olf 1 tilt; usual L hours wil sale, in front of the Market Sack Frock, and Dress, Coats: Fall Tel m, h 17. d.., Tar, Ro.-in: Piteli, Turrit-mini; Co.il I, Pan:t I i in a corakr..ed firm, v\itu n duiii itd

; I hd'1iv<.'. u : ; ; bl.'k! :3"i i, luts ao< 1. I : Apahcliicola! that the usual pljfc. Cloth, Cas.imere, Satincll, Jane-sand, Tweeds David J. MeaN } nru"h."arni-il di, Tird, flnuu clo. Cuu! i' do, !U-nfxon.
uj1rtl\'e. Itlse. hen: L'ulli' IJI.tck, Cii.slk! \Vhifinr, I 11": i. P'ick. En
=
; ) 1'I ., bld!: :3'j, Ms n. i in 1.1nl'ario1.. ,ts Ie" V Bill for Divorce. Snob i is a trirf tie.v ( f \"Lat t tIe! "tV:
. 0,7, SI,11. ua : ; : Court, on t the frst Monday: March vs. Ii-h do, Cotton do, I Heivy: Hiven d". Light Jo,
--_ t..lit! i: rk :37, lots, iio.I .. :next, to satisfy: siid fa.JOIX. !-: and Drawers EIiza'!> h1'ars.IT ) WhitlM'piniI I led: l untii, ;: N.ii's ('( ', -r ,!n, SfafeRpjHrter"i i-
." ::i t fi, 7, -., '.I. It, u'limlr.I\.J: ; ; bo-k! 3x: 1 I.t tsjm. I LUCAS, Sheriff, I Heavy canton flannel: Shirts, Drawers. arid Sin- appearing; to I the satisfaction of t the- Cu'irt do Turks, Slot! S pi!<..---, Bout do! l>rudr, Screw.-, and! arrar.jirrner.ts ha\e be'n wijir: 1r.d.'

I t-ii*. iiU ivp, u'linprorcJ ; blick! 3'I, I..N 15. LUCAS, ) v.ApilKhicol.1 Cdt! that I the defendant res-ides wit /f the \\ Mirn ..T.lrcrew": Ancn! #, II.iii'I.-pik. CapfainI5irs I the h"j'f i j4 ,'n'ltitfellfly cit ri-h. I!, Ir..lf It.,..

11B. : lii 1), i j'd:1"j't.! : \.im'lr'I\'e.. ; block 11//, Fob. ::5, Fancy cambric and Linen Shirts Circuit of Florid i, and out of the Stale, it is (O.irs Blocks Pinve.Jib Hanks HandPump i S. J\<-p>irttT"* will | n.\e itMll un t"tt'rtht.:

ht< 1, ::, J. .>, ( 7-; /, 10',, uninijir.jved ; -- --- 1'1. Gents. and Bo>s' li.ie linen bosom Shnirs. ordered tl.at said defendant: bere.j'iired to appear : -, l:'fk Huckfts! ( ','d.rr do! Deck P ri>oni-s hi-t rims, tlignifu-d!i ar.d (j-trN-ctU i U.rle'JII'"
11" 1Ii'tIv.tit' Ship huulh Ac.rMIIE F.rcand ;plain: VebtiHickory l Corn d ti>. C'aulkin,? Mallet.ri.iruncrdo; Axt',Axe }J'-urual.! 1 It will ;hare no party iin\ rh,
'M:!. a'I'II I li, lots ni?. I 11<> lJ, inclusive, IMCI lry, and answer tins bill of complaint on the I lt t '-i. :
Iil4.c! ,1 n iiuiir; ti-o.l ; bl ick 13: Ijtsnos.' 1 '!, ::1.t ', I; Su'j. Crill! rs have oi; hand) I for snkJL I I: Shuts; plain rnu-lin ditto Monday in April A. DIS I 1 IS, and in default Can Ht-lvp.s dsp.I looks Cottoii and do ThiinWe.sVrt I o.u l.-I>x h I Ilook-s f do ( 'Kali-. d'i. bi:,<. 1'1.. |iri'priti r, l.y ti! <- ttrn I 11 hisrtrad
> io, 'IIill' .
1 t.U iiin.r: ,v.I| ; block 41.I t-lsins., 11<> I 10, ind-i- LOCK atoned, llutts: ,, Screws,, Hinge-, S'i-'pcnder.-", Gloves, &c. thereof this said bill !he taken pro cor.fe-s-o! and Iron,. ::IdklrIg Iron. %Iarinc': :''ikes. ::li1 't'r.I'I 'I with (the Senate; i I IhcI'ruKil :0.111
!
siv,s, ti'uia.irnvd: ; holc! 1.IOt.1 ri";. 1 to lo' ii- I Handsaws, Millsryws, Crosscut do, IL11cs. .1 "r aa)| ortion of this above willfljc
.huivc. u lim'Kov'tf.l: ; hh:! ;, l-A* 1103. :3, 1 I. : Coin;pa" ic--, Augers, Jimblcts, Chisels: t tht trJdt at New York Factory price Tirmsnade i in t tliis Circuit, fur the space of three mouths Di\'ill..r, C'Impase; :..111lit'', Sul 1'\\ iill'I.ine ram flU pi.htifil: disciH.-siiiri excfj! i il.i-: c ikb-j! :

C, 7S, n iia ,r I\.d. block! 17, I its nos. 1 t tuiacrima I Ji i I, !1 Uitt-: lluli-s, Hovel, Squires' Uroadaxe--, f'nsy. Cal I and ('VLTxr; i tiC t tic! stifck.JNO" before the day ordered fl'1 t he said hearing.THOMAS : do, -\\'il1 tlo. 1'timn-! I li:nfgu L"i1iwr, I It'I bf vehicle r.f NEWm t tie! i z'

i ini-njtnvtfd: ; blick I', l 1.t ts on: 1 tl' Ship do, Collins' do, ;\dz., I H'ttchets:, I Iliirimers ; S. IIUTCIHNSON, Au't,Factory' KALTZELL[: Judge..! Pump: do, Shovels! I Hammer I ll.Uche' ("l!t.-fl-, allY set r.f t (pifti..n:5.: The rill.d ain. I itt

!:), ialai-.v, u ina.ir.'cd: ; block J:', lots ns.. 1 Shutter I Hangings: ; lurid Steelyards!., No. \'alc sti eet,up -tairs. December 7, 1s. 17. -l'.I-Jm .\w?lIr", Plan-, llaiid.-rtws. ( ;im:1t.: : ':. I Hnml-ii-.v ".nilt-'f i: to t'sto1MI"r.: al t' S.af f I (C.. \t'rLr"..

to 1:1: i i-1'isi.v, nnii ',iruV''d ; !iln-k: -'" I, IIt ts no-. C.Tinter Scales, Platform do, Cotton du! _'\I'abchi.t I, Dec. I 1'''S., J Isl7. .I..t l t' ---- -- -- ----- -- Mock File, I Uat do: Tail 1 do, I Iron Sjn.ires. Cu;'!boarl I Li.rfv.-, I a faithful ut.d [I'f.mi.f; rj't rter It I "i; r'HJ'
Hooks
and
'iIP";: I Hinges.I I'.tillorks
1 ta 1 f, rlI1"lr. nuitniiMvel; I ; 11"ic ;,1.! l"ls. Ivitcneii Ware Table! Cutlery, Shovel and Cotton I'I's. Iron, 'iail.C.. Wood ..Il't'I'.w' I I.i'rlyards. I mutt( Lmrr tet1iriec-a rtftof.s.Ue: e.geif, in \\hirtpolitician .
i I ) i-u-i'i-iivv, u iiin \ & ; bl.ick.r2! Tongs, Fire Iron, &,c.HLACKSMITHS' U'ct'ullk ) TONS Swede 1 Iron, assorted l sizes; ; I Sea do do I Ihtbiisii.rs fIall. I Ito! lI'ilr.ulac1:
l n. t-> : I : '! is happy to i infoirn Ins former 0 Deep Log Fi.-i! do, I Hand I Li-ad.s i IHM-J> '
block I Dellows. Anvils Sledgf ,1'1 f f. :ubcri/r -.I 1UU kegs NaiN, d I',). I tl'i' ni -ci!::ante, arti i v. rvii..- ii ti rr-ti-d iiI <
do
lit* n-s. 1 t'i't$I. in -hli\e. 11Iimjlr"\'cll ; : : I and ship i masters' i.onieraI lv I that he Sin Sheet do, l>"irdn, FnnneLs nthorns, I I
,
lit. tN' I t > I ), iiidu-i i u-iiiuirov: : J ; bltik3'f I Iluul.s.: VIe,'':, Screwplates, Stoeks ai.d has t tin jialrcns above in I t ord .1 1 casks Weeding HOPS aborted qualifies,; Chalk Linf-s Pitch IN.t-. I t..: Hooks, (*a rti lII', .illuir- .1 l I'l'hun--" a: d f l1.t.fIl'111 11.1, i 1 J.

$ ----4--- i,.u n H I, -2, :3, I, 3, ", !9 I. 1 '. uiin'rJvltlb1sck : ; ; Dlc., !Fli.,, lia"ps, &c.I to {In-. :i tip i top, r. ami is now 2U r Black-smith Steel Faced Anvils; Hvliving; Pin TinV.r.,-, Crockery, Carkcnttzs1'Ol I at all I tijtif- with i implicit ri't.tiili! i.c-.
'> i, loU' : 1 tu I t j. ild'hil iiiiiprov- I lON-Svceds, l E'lgli-hand American, a."crlc'd. done irepared I compress/ cotton 1 as well :a is (:1 be 3U English Amen ican Vises ; ,, Sariii.-on[ 1'0:51C' Vc. I I It i is !,i-lie H J that tf.. .-r.>!bli-ir!: lit I'H. by c,1!her i ii; the :: and
ally press city on a.goull ')') Bellows Aiulachicola. Dec I'', 117 i/ JUt Journal ij lnUUiinet i.n stplae !;]
iin5ir round flat and Hand Sheet and
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t J; block !h.l'It.j fl4.' 1 to !I'), jcll"i\'o.: : square ,Hoop betti-r, he
All
on terms. a.Ii i is trial
illc.t I -- -- -- ---
> Jj iltr I Kailroad do I Horse-hoe a 12: dozen Spades and Shovels vtitliin the reach tl.e :r'.aI11"a.|
Spike ;
; bloc'f 31, l. ts IMS. 1 to indH.( u.i- Col. : The wireh'.u-.f: ( i is ia: good \JIIIHX
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r i iiujir v : ) on .storage. bxs Cotton and Woolen Cards Set and ''wi 'toCompany Jiautlfacrlll'in ni.l-s to I'e a row..t il.f.'r.,.:il.al..1 evinitnnl re
10
ii'-iuiv (; Steel. ;
i rnIr3V4..I: ; !.I I'k! !!! 1 lots l"i. 1 to ., : ,'iii- ('rwal JNO. S. .
I jtn:irovel; bi jcks 'i;2 t.",';9 incLII- \'C niLtetifovedI)1nk : ; PLOVGllS-Siiige and] Double Cornshellers, Analacliicoln. DPI-___IlTCIXSOXent._ ... _ 1 case Rowland's Cost Steel Mill Saws; ill the histoly ..f C.nxn > .i.i-il! j P"l'Htlri, 1
-- .J.tf be reir.ir: (!!-J with frvi by ull -l.i--e Iho'ennnit
71 Ms n n 1 to 1'J idt.iItllimpfJ'c; ; Coruil., Logrhains, Trace di>, Ox do, ---------- ---- 1000 lbs Cast and German Steel, for sale by 12 CoMMEKCIAL-Sl-RFET, r tk
', Hoes Garden .5- Croix.Su WM. G. POUTER & CO. ; an 1 i. liavirsr I Ihtisfuti'il ,f.is. I Isubcribor hit ci-.
1J )\ Spades Weeding ar
l la1'Ek 711 ts iu: I h) inclusive unimproved ; 1IDSSt. ; Up Stairs,) DO TOX.
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bV ck72li t* 1 to I'J' inclu-ivi u-tiuiproved: ; Luue and drubbing; Hoes. o J; ( ) ew Orleans: Sugar; Dec 30 -11 Water street. i! rtfptcttly: jt-licit 1 a 1.t."rd-r.tI- .

Mock! 71 l liI.4 nos IJ 1 t>) I'} i'.icludve ; ; CORDAGE: Manilla and Hemp, assorted, Pitch, 20 r bbls St Croix Manufacturers and Dealers in 1'rj.m's PJtpr.11 eral Mipport from the enlightened" 1)t1h,11e :.
\11pro\'ct Tar lloin Coal Tar Varnish Handspikes bxs Stewart's Boots and Shoes. Twine Stands, Post OiKciTwines Halt-in; ;: ai.d Ui.ilcd Slates.
btok7 11 77 nns) I to 1 in.bi\'e< Iijrf\'cd; Hlocks, Oars, fcc. 10 bbl ground B OY'S and Men's Russet Brogans ; Bundle Twines, McCarty'sCi'lton' I krrinig Twine, I JAMES: A HOUSTON; ,
Irk htl !
lil'isk: 7 !.)! no 1 tn 1'J il< :u-i\c unimproved! ; CASTINGS-Sugar Kettles, Mills: and Caul- 100 sacks Rio Coflt-e; SO do Java ; Men's sew'd and peg'd Kip BrogansGents : ; Cotton Seine Twine, Tanned and Untamed, FIiN I Sfeno!rn;.?!* r to the Striate ,.' fhi1*,

blocksi I-its, ins 1 to I I') hdl- 1'lillrc'I'I; ; tIrons, n.ikeovens' Spiders, Pots, Enameled ,10 bxs Aromatic Tobacco; line Calf Brogans ; I Herring Twine Hawser and hrol1Ilaill1.lde- I :5-: The "Unif.d States Kepi rler wj hlI

hlnclc S lots ins I t lu 1) i-id'Hive i U'iiin: ruved ; Kettles Tea Kettles, &..c.riNWAHE SO;l l/f'd ,10.; Wrn's peg'd and sew'd Shoes; Children's. do. erel Lines; Herring, 1'ohag.m Shad. J:a
block: VJ lot DOS 1 to 1>J inclusive u-iimproved ; :-.\ full assoitment.Wholesale I ,I) Candles; SO bxs brown Soap; Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes ; Dip Nets. Government Seines with Ila; .. ,: Ct d, ': every :ni'ir.il I:, ixcvjt Su: iL.., at tht r.hI.J

block SI lots :1') 1 ti. 1 inclusive tniii: ;>rA'ed: ; or retail.UOHEUTS. 100)! bigs Shot ; 50 kegs Powder ; Super Ladies' coarse and fine Calf Boots.A Herring[ Mackerel, Shad, and Menhaden Seines.A pt'r amum.,

hl : .". l"ts, n'is I to ia-lu-jiw unimproved; ALLEN & Co. 1000( I lbs Lead ; large and extensiveasortinenrt just received c. *
( and for sale WM. G PORTER & CO. B. JCits and .i'tltS knit In onhr at x'n.rt In ri'rit-.ectit.n with the d.tilv there
bloc! ; luts no* I tu .inclusive unimproved ; .\p3lchil'oh. Jan. 20, ISIS.Hardware.. II kegs White Lead No., Extra and Pure. by papr
i -- --- Dec 30 .11 Water street. notice. B. ELLISON i; Co., Agents, be i issued from lire -tahlt.hrr't'nf.
block S7 l,.fs I'* 1 to l inclusive unimproved] ; I\. sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO. aiiie '

Mock 1-it u Ji I to II') inclusive unimproved; ; Plain Irons single and double, Ham ) :30) -11 Water street.MOFFAT'S Wanted. October 11, IS 17. :!.Kf Apalachio( The Mirror of Congress.This .

L1..ck"J l'il < nos 1 tll 1'J inclusive uuiinjirovcd! ; PLAINS Draw Knives Hits Map Agents Groceries Ae. will !
Augurs, Anguer LIFE[ publication contain exclusive;
PILLS AND PIKENIX!( [ F. subscriber wishes to in the sale of
bi.cyl"ti ins I inclusive unimproved! ; Timber Turn Screws TII engage received from New of the cf
Alaba- Reports Proceedings
t,11 Spring Hr.cc., Scribes received York per brig and Debates
just and for sale by his Maps a number of and middle JUST
!e1OC'.C m)I l It 1 11 1 $In 1-) inclusive unimproved) ; Maiking Guages, Mortice do, Saw Sets, Woo: .Nov 2s ABELL. of moral and l business young habits tra a general assortment of Groceries, &c. Congress of the United! State It will be 1.O
Druggist. aged men as
blick 'J I 1.lt0 noslilickOUot 1 to 1'J' iirluive: unimproved ; Rules, Adzes, Wrenches, Saws, Locks, 1 Hooksand --- ----- .- 1. J. --------- -- and consisting i in part as (follows viz : semi-weekly in an tlegant quarto fi rrn, tkro_
I H I t to, 1J I inclusive: u'l mlru\.t; laplc., Hulls; ,Screws, Hinges Shutter HoltsHrads Hops, veiling agents. editions Having of completed his Universal.\t1as.new Crushed Sugar, "a fine article," out the sessions of Congress and will be furn'

block y) I lots n'l 1 to I'J inclusive unimu't'et; ; ,, Tucks Copper Wire, Melting Ladles, Hal FRESH Fal Crop, for sale by greatly 72 improved ol the World Reference Pickles assorted Lemon Syrup, to subscribers at the rite of two dollars kf',

block y"i 1 lt. II : 1 r. Ii 7 ', y 1'') uuimlrt\'d): ; Traps Axes Hatchets Coflee! Mills, Sledge Hammers H. F. tBELL.Di'y and Maps Distance; large Map of the United States, National Cog. Brandy a super. article," long session and one dollar fur (he short ses*

block y. l lt' I'" 1 2 :: ''J 7 .'J 1U unimproved: ,! ; Smith Tongs, Mil Saws Anvils &.c. &c. ------ -- --Goods.---- Map of the United Map States-an. a variety of Com. do.Holland It is believed that this great national uerk j

block U7 l lt< I H 1 to l') inclusive uniinjirovf-d ; FOlsalc by ELLISON is. Co. Gin, of the best quality bee deemed indispensable in the library cf e
Tickings Cotton other Maps including several Maps of Mexico,
bl')ck'.J> lots fl)5 I fa 1'J) i'lrlu.-ive: : ulimpro\'ct; Dec 0. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts. DRILLINGS Osnaburgs, Northern Gin, Peach Brandy, public institution, politician, and profe**
the subscriber is furnish for
Jeans Flannels Blankets prepared to agents
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bl.'lk tii: IIti 1'1 I to i') i itirl'iiive, 1llpro\.t I! ; St. Croix and Jamaica Rum: man, throughout the country and that it iri'
Tweeds Checks cash at the lowest possible prices.
Shirtings ,
Sheetings
l.t I to 10inclusive: unimproved ; Provisions *
block I'JJ' ts II Maderia Port and Malaga Wines regarded by the great mass of the people* .

buck 1'), lits I.; I to 1 luiuclu-ive unimproved ; JUST received per schrs. Elizabeth Hull and Ginghams For sale Calicoes, Delanes D. ELLISON, Hosiery, CO.&.c. &c. Addiess, S. AUGUSTUS MITCHELL, Soap, Candles and Starch very best political text book for their owninglion
1 to I 1'J' inclusive unimproved ; Uos from New Orleans- by &
1 l'H! I ls i ,()- N. O. Rectified Whiskey and that of their children.
Dec Cor. Water and Northeast of Market and Seventh
y. Chestnut sts. corner
block 10'J lots n.s I to lUinrliiMve unimproved ; 50 bids Flour; 20 bxs Cheese; --- Brown N. Muscovado and St.Croix Sugar

thc.c III l tU ntM 1 to lOinrlusive unimproved; 10 hf bbls Butter Crackers; 10 firkins Butter; Candies. -DecjK!))_Streets Philadelphia._ Bacon Sides, &c. &c. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

') ( iOi lot nos I I to 10) im-1'isive unimpmved d ; 10 bbls! Pilot Bread ; 20 keg Leaf Lard ; FEW boxes of Stewart's Refined Candies Blank Books and Stationery.T All of which will be sold low by Throughout the session of Congress, -EJ

block 105 lots no-? 1 to 10) inclusive unimproved ; 000 Ihs super Bagg'd Hams; A for sale by McCULLY Y, EDGERS, Journals, Day Books &c. I E. McCULLY will be issued from the office of the"r

block 107 lots nos 1 to I 1'J inclusive ur-Jmproved ; 3 hhds N 0 Sugar; Nov 11 50 Water st. JLj 50 reams Foolscap and Letter Paper; Nov 11 50 Water st. States Reporter," containing the reports <

block 10* lots nos 110 ID l) inclu-ive uniinproveIblock : Which will be sold low by Cotton Memorandum Books SUch Debates a* mnv nnnlirlT. elCS*
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10'J' lots nos 1 to 1<) inclusive unimproved : JanO E McCULLY. 50 Water st. Yardage for Cotton. and River Bills Groceries and Ship Stores. interest.
Ship Lading
block' llOlotsnodl I ) to ) !inclusive i improved : R OOM for 3000 bales in lower Cotton Yard. Boooks for Letter Press. ; RIO COFFEE, Java do, St. Domingo do, All subscriptions and communications *

block 111 lots nos 1 to 10) inclusive! unimproved : Oil Coiis'Kiiiiieiit. Apply to 'Blank Bills of and Flour, Western do; N 0 Sugar, post-paid, and addressed
block 112 lots nos 1 to 10 inc'Jivt unimproved J received on consignment- Feb21. D B WOOD & Co.dde Exchange Checks St. Croix do, Porto Rico do. Young Hyson Tea, JAMES A. HOUSTON
JUST Just received and for sale
block 113 lots nos 1 to 10 unimproved : by Hyson do Powchon
( Segars, Celebradad ? do. Souchong do, Goshen United States Reporter Washington
lots 1 to 10 inclusive: unimproved : lOOO i. March 1 II. F. ABELL. Cheese ,
block 114 nos 10,000 Cazadores, Esmero" Butter Lard Bacon Hams, Sides Shoulders July 31, 1847.
block 115 lots nos 1 tu 10) inclusive unimproved d : BUtS Champagne, for sale by MolassesVhisfev, Mess and Prime Beef
dozen Reserve Maderia 50 All United
C
dcii newspapers throughout the
block 116 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : Dec 30 B ELLISON Co. Fresh Ga SCt'cls.A Mess and Prime Pork Mackerel. Shad Salmon who
block 117 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : G "llegina"i Port, ------- --- LAGE assortment of Fresh Seed, just rec'd, Herring Sounds and Tongues, Cod Fish Tongues this date publish till the this Prospectus of once a will weM1
meeting Jfe
block 118 lots nos 1 to inclusive) unimproved : (; Cherry Cordial, Vinegar. and for sale by Pepper, Spices Catsups Pepper Sauce, Olives titled to an exchange with Congress the "UnitedSj,

L {.lock 119 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive: unimproved : Tomato Catsup, A FEW bbls pure Cider Vinegar, for sale low Nov 11 J. C. ALLEN. Capers, Pickles, Soap, Starch, Tobacco, Navy Reporter," and will be placed on the list of*
block 120) lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : For sale by McCALLA &, KOMAIN, by E. McCULLY, Bread, Pilot do, Crackers, Vinegar, Dried Fruits to whom the Extras will b despatched- .
block I'l lots oos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : Dec 12 4Q.t 9 Columbus Hlock.Thompson's Nov 11 50 Water st. SWEDE Iron, Scotch do, Weeding an rden Beans Salt Raisens. Macaroni, Vermacelli Ar-
block 122 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : Blacksmiths Bellows, Cotton ti nol row Root,Corn, Oas: ,Buckwheat, Mustard, Rice. Castile Soap,
block 12J lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : Compound Syrup oC Hydrostatic Ink Fountain. Cards, Spades and Shovels, Cauldron an.. Sc gar For sale by B. ELLISON & CO. TUST received, and for sale by

bloc* 121 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive inclusive unimproved unimproved i: Tar and Wood Naptlia, FEW Hydrostatic Ink Fountains, Pen Racks, Pans Ploughs, &c. &c. for sale by Eec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts. *J Novll H. I

block block 125 126( lots lots nos nos 110 110 10 10 inclusive unimproved! : FOR the cure of consumption, chronic, bron A Sand Boxes, Paper Folders, Stamps, Seals, B ELLISON & Co. Candied Fruit.UST 1 OFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND PH1

block 127 lots nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : asthma, whooping cough, palpitation Paper Clasps, Weights, &c. for sale by -Dec---9- Cor. Water,- -and Chestnut sts. received from Havana and for sale by lvi BITTERS, just received and for

block 12S lots nos 1 to 10) mclnsive unimproved! : of the heart, liver complaints, and affections o{ __Nov IS J ALLEN. Bailey's Tonic Mixture. Dec 23 E McCULLY. NOY 21 J. c.jj:;.

block 12:) lots nos 1 lo 10 inclusive unimproved : the kidneys, for sale by
block ( lots not 1 tf 10 inclusive unimproved : Feb! 3 J ALLEN. Gold Pens. THIS is a valuable compound fluid extract of Molasses. S HEETINGS, Shirtings and Prints,' bj
block Ie Iota nos 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : A FEW of Woodward & Brother's superior and Rubra a vegetable I febrifugefor 50'IIlIDS West Indies ; 50 tierces Florida, bale and case, low for'cash, by
block 132 lots nOR 1 to 10 inclusive unimproved : ALAD OIL, just receivedand for sale by Gold Pens,just received and for sale by the cure of Fever and Ague. Sold by for sale by B. ELLISON & CO. B. ELLISON & CO-

block 133 lots nos 1 to 10( inclusive unimproved; S April! ? II. F. ABELL October 21. J C. ALLEN. June 12 II. F. ABELL. Dec 30 Cor Water and Chestnut sts t Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut>



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