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Commercial advertiser
Uniform Title:
Commercial advertiser (Apalachicola, Fla. 1843)
Place of Publication:
Apalachicola <Fla.>
R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge
Creation Date:
February 6, 1847
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v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56 cm.


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Newspapers -- Apalachicola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Franklin County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Franklin -- Apalachicola
29.725278 x -84.9925 ( Place of Publication )


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Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.:
Began on Feb. 4, 1843.
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"Libertas, Constituto, Et Nostra Patria."
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Editors: H.H. Meals, W.W.B. Crawford, <1845>.
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Publishers: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge, 1843; Dominge & Bosworth, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge & Co., 1843; Dominge, Bosworth & Wyman, 1844; R.A. Dominge & J.L. Wyman, 1844-1845; J.F. Bosworth & J.L. Wyman, <1845>; Wyman & Wilson, <1850>; J.L. Wyman, <1853-1856>.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 25, 1843).

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"COMMERCIAL"ADVERTISER, r rrV8Lrsup ----DU fnrn -- D'ir.rcfo1- ----:)!. 3>cofcssfonal -"Notfccs. I f------ ffoctcg falls ; at other times, .nothing beneath was- professionally- what ought to be done. I

EVERY SATURDAY PI' I ------ ------- --- -- ---- ---- ----- heard! but the raging of broken water, while am here for the honor of and

Be.\-IAUtN: ELt.--so-' WJU.IAM A. WOOD. AVM. glTDNEY6REENr }I.t D [From the Sringaree.J the thunder lhat created it was resounding that of h9 New York my militia country"
J. L. W Y ;q A N B. EIHsoii A Co., : Scott
COMMISSION: MERCHANTS, 8Q" ',jy be> found at his residence' corner of TO WHO TO WHO high overheard, and sometimes far away, as therefore, amnmeif the rom maud',and thro*

i W. G. :'1. DAVIS, Cdilor.e AMI nEAT.ER i.rS: Centre and High streets, opposite the Mansion 'Twas on a cold autumnal night, if a heavy battering train of artillery were out the movements which ensued General
DRY GOODS OISOCEKIES: ,. HARDWARE House. Nov S. A dismal one to view'Ddrk trotting through the forest over a paved: Wadsworlh dared every danger in aiding

1 ; ThirJ Story Rtltz->H's Buildin: corner of TIN WARE:, BOOTS, SHOES. HATS, clouds obscured fair: Venus light, road. the views of the commander.

0 Commerce and Chestnut streets. CAP CHANDLERY, CKOCKERY ire., :SHIP:: Dr. A. 'V. Chapman And As not the a thick star appeared forest tl.Yff'in'sight, BT DAYLIGHT. was in the depth of I had met for the first limp, he Thouchlhejr had becom.
24 \\'ater fctfeet." (Gcj- Office over th'c'Drug Store of B. S. Hawley, Nfoctss-as: usual-" Hue,"' the same winter that I again descended the already attached, the young! CuJoneH'
TKI1MS.9UHHCRIP Fa. (entrance on Chestnut street.' ) Residence" at the Beat homeward "tacking" I left and same rugged traversed the ice
rroof'i.-Thrt>e Dollars per annum, Jan 23 Apalachicola, right ; steps, same repeatedly, in the course of ihe battle' interposed
: house! lately occupied by Dr. Bah/ell. \Vhen all a! once 1 he Brought and
up, right once again stood
if! jJlld; i in advance, or ::1:: ;S') if paid within six E. J. Hardiii, JarViiary'lO, lb4Q. 2-tfW. Against an old dead' ye'e ; the as nearly as possible, I his own person t-o shield Scott from
Months( : or 31 1 OJ if paid thereafter. At which he rounded to," very same spot of the same table-the Indian rifles. wb ch, his tall: person at-
So subscription taken for a less term than sixhlonthifind FACTOR AND COMMISSION G Columbus MERCHANT G. M. Davis, And "squafring off" as if for fight, rock. It was bright daylight. Behind me tracted.At .
\ 82 will!! invariably: be chared for (OCJ- Office, No. Buildings: ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT tAW Said, with an oath I shan't indite, every tree, every rock. as well as the solitary another time, while the battle
Jan 16 Apalachicola. Fa. was raging
will bdi,Contu.upd, untilAli Infernal
No scoundrel !
< that
that jrn\1 p.liJpr you collage enlivens them
\ trrefjfsesare paid unless at the option of the Roberts, Ailed & Co., Offers his services to the public in either of the 'Lijht-an' I'll lick you-black or white !" with were covered information was brought tit Scott and
\t) M;,!. DEALERS IN: HARDWARE AND Ship above capacities. 'Just then above him Cew; a glittering coating of congealed ice, those agedthat the mililia; on I he American \'
AovtiTstrictlv T1Fvrs.-dneTiuaretwelre:! lines CHANDLERY IRON STEEL NAILS He will practice, regularly in Franklin, Cal- An Owl, which on a branch did light, hich was also reposing in heavy masses shore rt'fuse"o' r.ro8-'ca tbfir a*si.-
nr 144) win {h- in.. 'rt'vl at the rate of One DollAr SPIKES,, AND ,CASTINGS, houn and Jackson Circuit Courts-Tind will, upon A And few feet then o'er the boozy"wight. upon the depressed branches of the adjoining lance. The enemy numbered note less titan

'for the fiat, and Fifty Cents for every subsequent And Manufacturers of Tin, Iron, and Cop- a special retainer, act as Counsel, in any Courtof Tt-WlfooT-Tt.wlIOOT-Tt commenced Tu w wnoo Itoo-!" forest. The unusual brilliancy of this thirteen bundled while the Americans were

insertion.To \Vares.\ the Middle or Western Circuit. lie will also, Quoth tlug'finsDon't you think to fright white scenery was deserving of great :atten- reduced to less than three lumihetr. He.
those( win alvcrtUe hv the rear liberal per argue; cases in the Court of Appeals at Tallahassee A fellow\ of mv weight and height ion; but I neither dared nor had I inclination treat, was hopeless ns fur There
Dec 1- Fa. succor,
dijou:1t will he m ale; but .til!ad rcrti&menN: not Apalachicola, the sessions of which, he will always: be With your TEH WHOO-TER wuoo, to look at it, because close to and immediately were no boats the Canrv
on shire and
to their own buVm ';; 34 well WM. W. SI Wai. W. CHBRVER. You cursed the
; :>I!+ present at, unless prevented by accident. bugaboo! before me there stood
11 all It:al aJverti>2m ats stet< in: by them, will Apalachicola, September 8, 18-1 G. An' ef you're B<*Izebub, it's quite iartiallyenveloped militia on the other side would) not afford
b? charged at the mini rates., Sims V Cliccvcr, : ( _____ On-necessary you should 'li"'ht- in the halo of its own glory, that them aid. Scott look his position on ll *

$:jAll le'il advertisements, must be paid for COMMISSION: I MERCHANTS, If. E. Owens, For :Muggins aint jour ** due ;" great cataract, termed by the Indians, 0- ground( they then occupied, resolved to

in advanced Office No. 2 Water street. ATTORNEY AT LAW My! money matters are AM. RIGHT!- :M-AW-GA-RAII," .4thehuulerof water" abide the shock, and think of surender only I
{$- Five J D.llar< will b'r charge 1 f'r announr- oVrl-2 Apalachicola, Fla. CLAYTON, Batbo'tr County Alabama. Thereat PRINTER the PAID Owl withdrew ui/-HONOR: BRIGIIT!1" As soon as, by the utterance of a deep sigh; when battle was impossible. He moimied: s

in( cat-li-l! xe4 f IIr oifio- W. 'to"onn.. I l.. B. BALLOU. And Muggins mizzled too. ; I had recovered from a vain:: attempt to repress log: in front of his much diminished band
April 29, IS 10. :
CEALL(: al..rtH.-n-* fr"fn a distance mustEr Wood V Ballou, 42ffA. But (here are OTHER chaps who mihtlle the various emotions I hat overwhelmedme The enemy's balls," said lie, ''begin r

a-citTi-M-iiel J with tin: cas'.i, or city reference COMM Olfice: No.MISSION 1 42Vater t street.MERCHANTS-Up Hair G. Scmmcs, caught out late some di"Dial nighT", on suddenly finding myself within a few thin out rank?. His numbers are overwhelming. to- ,

t" i.ure insrrli'vl. Jan Ifi Apalachicola' .+ Fa. ATTORNEY AT LAW. They\yiio know-To HAVEN'T: PAID WHO WHAT'S-TO WHO DIE! feet of so many millions of tons of 'falling In a moment the shot must come,

ccr Office, .'"O. 2 Cajit. Simmon's JtulMing, HOwE.ifftt11a11tOU water, which had not unjustly been compared and there is no retreat. We are in be beginning I )

iiutfnrss! Decretory.Locklr.irt Edward ITIcCiilly, cor. of Centre & Commerce streets to an ocean thrown over a precipice, the : of a national war. Hull's surrender is \ t
---- -- -- -- ------ ------- AUCTIONEER nm.i; Apalarhicob, Fla. !U first detail that attracted my eyes was the to be redeemed. Let us, then die* armes t
V \01111-, astonishing slowness with which the in hand.
Office No. 50 Water enor- country demands the sacri
street, J. L.a\v ----- ---.
COMMISSION: I a-i.l: Fo II W .\ UD I XGMCUO Jan Ifi --- ---- --- ------ mous mass was apparently descending into fice. The will
AiMlichicnla, Fa. example not he lost. The
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: II A :NTS, u ATTORNEY AT LAW TIlE FALLS OF NIAGARA.We the milk-white *. hubble-bubble-toil-and- i blood of the slain will make heroes of the

No. :C:1Vatertreet: Thomas Preston, Biinbridgo: (Decatur Co.) Ga. do not know that we ever met with trouble" scene of confusion which was rag-: i living. Those who follow will

lI.dl 1 Apalaclucola, Fla COJII""IOfIRCILXT: : : AND TOBACCODi'PECTOR gCj-::: Will attend punctually the SnperiorCourts ; any attempt to describe the Falls of Niagara log far beneath About four-fifths of the (all, and there country's wrongs:avenge WHO our 'i

Ai.vVvuR, \VM. A. IcKF: czIF. No. 2 Water st. Office AND second BROKER.back of the counties of Early, Baker and Decattire of which recalled to our mind more vividly the water which formed the cataract before me dare to stand: ?" "ALI,!" was the answering
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the South Western, and of the county of Thomas realities of this great Wonder of Nature, was of a lovely clear, deep hue andas A
}'lie .\: Mi&esi it, Dr '_'.j; Apalachiroh: Fa. green ; cry. vigorous resistance was made ;
of the Southern Circuit. i mays than the following pair of pictures of the I earnestly gazed at it, it was beautiful to i but fiivilly, overpowered superior numbers
COMitIESS1ON M: CllC IIA NTS, lI.M. Butt. ----- extracted from Sir F. D. Head's
last observe
same in this semi-transparent fluid the the brave American band! was compelled
I I'ORW.IRIIN I (; AND COMMISSION: John Bilbo, work, "The Emigrant," as we find them opaque masses of ice which, first appearingon to surrender.
1 I ; '1:1: [Fi. i
.MERCHANT, AT LAW copied in the last number of the "Anglo the crest, were easily traced descending The
I>. llaul'.irtii, Dec 2"> Apliachicola, Fa. ALBA Y, GA. American" contest was truly a blody one. and
: leisurely in the fluid in which
the throughout this
AGe nos AN J Cd1.11:0:; ;MERCHANT: -- practice in the several Courts of the scene of various action of I
AND -,L.\1:1..11.:1GFNI', S. Iff. flickerson, WILL -Western Circuit arid Thomas and Lv NIGHT.-It was in the depth of winter,, i white patches in green marble, they were it: stuke and misfortune, of success and disaster .

K'JKAU-A:: At. ,. DEALER IN CLOTHING, BOOT:, SHOES Stewart 1 counties near midnight, and pitch dark, when, following \ imbedded. Lieut. Col. Scott says an accurate "

Cjtt-jahrij'tt(: : : <1111 oiJ.r.B.F HATS, CAPS: &.C'. Au<. 5, IS 15.: 31-tf ; the footsteps of a trusty guide, I traver- The remaining fifth part of the magnificent account was disiinguUhed for great exer-

It..f 1'i lIJ X J. 1 Columbu> Block, -u__-_--_ _-__-_ --- --- _--_ -_-__--_--.- sed the dry, crisp snow, until I came to :. curtain before me was composed of tions. He was in full dress uniform his

ll.'LOEV, N. Orleaai., D-c 1-2 Apaliclncula, Fa. LUMBER: [NSPECTOR.-The undersigned 1 few rngsed: steps which I could only very muddy water from Chippewa Creek, which, tall stature made him a conspicuous mark.
J. G. U L'.tr, Illbjr !.y been appointed Inspector of Lumber 1r slowly descend. "A little this tea! mut-i running into the Niagara River about a mile He was; singled out by the Indians but remained
.Vvu, 11.N: Charlp< Rogers John )ll1nn. Eugene' W. Rogers. for the County of Franklin offers his services tert-il for I -
? : a." zE: ApalichiCitla.1 I to my guide as some seconds was above, flows, without being permitted to mix unhurt. He was urged to change
J- S. livr';turO'i, y j' Cin Rogers .V Co., the public in that capacity and will attend to all lingering on a spot from which my other with th. pure stream, until, falling with it his drp.&s.0:9 said IIP, smiling I will

-- -- --S. A .. SchifFcr.WMDLEiALC COMMISSION: MF.I: I R CiIANTS, duties appertaining to said l appointment.CORNELIUSGRADY.. foot, after fumbling in vain, could feel no over the precipice forms a broad! red border die in my robes." At the same moment

AXJ Iu TAIL[ GROCER, rff 1-2 Water street, :\fardI2'2.IG.ji.L 1 landing place at all. At List, after blundering to the varigaled mass I have described. ('apt. Lawrence fell by hissideas it wassuppoed .

JJ-; i'.rucjUr-I'.t-.iuuu , ater.uJtluI: alnji :stores..So. !: D. U. Wood CMHEH: JX"PECTOJt-lIa\'in: been snow covered obstacles of various volume of which
4J Water street, A: Co., appointed deep water, imprisoned Thus ended the battle of Queensiown
Nov 11 Apalachicola, Fla. COMMISSION I AND FORWARDING Franklin; Inspector of Lumber fir the County shapes, 1 arrived on a Hat surface, which I within the bordagesot. the Niagara: J River, Heights-an engagement desultory, in its
of the ofTers
undersigned his
. :MERCHANTS, the ill that servicesto ;; immediately felt !to be glare ice, and along; is cheerfully emigiaiiog from its natives movements, various in incidents, and un
public and will
capacity, attend
S. D.ivea;,i>rJ, No. 7, Culuiu'jiM R'iw, duties appertaining to said appointment. tall which, my conductor leading me by hi: fresh inland seas to the distant sail ocean fortunate its result; but nol without consequences

/'Ja: .Y.1tutN: ( ; AXO COMMISSION: :N..V. 2 I I';;;"i AMlihio.h.| FM.H. :\priI1", IS II. BENJ. LUCAS. barb hand very slowly I we cautiously proceeded receives its first check from some hidden important iq the spirit and vigor
MEKCI1 f A.T until in a low voice he announced tome rocks which it falls about :
I F. XoursII.. 1 B; Stoup, H.W. Brooks -- -- ---- - -- -- < over seventy fee of the American arms. Magnitude is not
.V >. -tt W.1tcr.trcct, .1f ours Stone V CD. Tho E. ( ray, (hat I had reached the point to which 1 in a series of splendid while breakers. : t
\I'.1I..clolc\1.] { Fa. :MERCHANT I had directed him to conduct me-the Tabl The confusion is of course appalling; bu achieve

yfr LijTal AI h'a ires m a'le I lira nsuimentato COMMISSION: I MERCHANTS I ', next tloor brlow Francis KtipmaiCs."VtroULD Rock of :\ia;ara. I could see nothing, an I as delirium often leaves the human patient t 10 the unsuccessful party. -It is the nature

.\. .,. O.ler.iNew VuikorLiv :No. 10; Water strfr, fur that reason I had come for in the just before his death does this
my irii-.iJ Iii -; ... respj-ctfully inform the citizens of very ; so water,, of the action which gives character to the
.r;' M|I. April; {, 1M _P J-2 -----A'-aLichicola- -, -Fla. VV" Apalaclitcoli, mat he has just received 1 various visits which at different seasons o f previous 10 its fall, completely recover its actor. Judged by this standard, (the events

IheU, J; II. V: J. :11. Hull, fri'in N.-\\" fork a l large and -pUndid assortment t the year I had made to this spot, I had I lei t tranquil character, and thus for the last of Queensiown had their value and their:

tVi.:. ;.tL : tviiR.irui.. FACTORS & COMMISSION: MERCHANTS, of in Cloths, Cao imrrc.; and Ve>tniKs: unsurpri.-Sfd: I so confused with what 1 saw and he.mJ-my hundred yards it approaches its fate with inspiration lo every patriot American. Hull
rclteapnes<1 cotisitinofevervshade
quality < ,
):SVLS 11 .\* ;j.{ ; ;';, MriJiciXKs( : ;, PAINTS, No. .15::> Watf.-r street, and he is attention had been so distracted, sometimeby that dignity serenity, and resignation,, had surrendered without a battle-disgrace,
varietyhich ; to make in
O. !L .i, .JL V <, i--., Xr.AUi n..1' T2 APAHCHICOL; FA the neate- and most fashionablelle i prepared. at up:the' one organ and sometimes by another which attend it to the very edge of the caiaract not from the mere disaster, but from the

V ; Mjnl 4.4utii'it; n: Statinery. cheapest possible. rates Thankful for the liberal 1 sometimes by Ok look!" and sometimeby and which as I have already stated, mode by which it was produced was inflicted

i'ir.; ot! C: i.-;t.i'it jui: IVatcT itivcl, Harper V Holmes, favors heretofore bestowed: upon' him, he !hopes Ok Itslen!" that 1 had resolved I woul faithfully; accompany it in its descent. The upon the country, and felt in the hearts of

.\"nlll .\ uU-iiimli: Fa. COMMISSION: MERCHANTS, by faithful attention to his business, to merit a try and meet my enemies one at a lime ; sight, even for a moment, of this enormous i its children. It was battle and honorable

If. !). I>.i.l; n, shin; continuance i'>f their pationa:.{e.Apilachicola and even this I found to be almost!! more e mass of moving water is iruly magnificentbut ; battle only, which could drive this gloomy
.l rnti for l!,f! Nov. 21, IslG. than my senses could( endure. But, although when one reflects that the millions of I shadow from the country check rise
!W :: C"l'Jn.BUllllt1; : :!;, :SUN :MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY, I could see nothing, I felt and hear J! tons of water per minute which was calmly' of! enemies, remove its own doubts and taunts
Doc. 'l!>, ls, |". .\l;; Va.Bealt'uia of Ihr. City of..\?'w Yyrk, Fall Goods. ; deal. : first sensation that down reestablish
a great My was passing; glassy cataract for thousands its sell,. :. The battle
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; of
No. -jl Water !feN, KOP.MXX: has just received} his .
> FRANCIS the dreadful s-ound of waters in mine of have been
ears and for
falling did
Saber years Queenstown Heights this in
: Dec l'? Apal'-ichicola, Fa. Fall Goods, and desires a call from i no small
COMMISSION: I IIIItChIANT! I __..: Ills fnemis, and cut'Jiner, and as to (prices, 1 he, a danger; and that I was an aught we know, for thousands of tears may dl" rf'e.Vhile the I mistakes' ,the errors and

N',. t J Watertrvt-!lip .tar! ., C. .\. GHEE.V. C. H. CO.NNEHY.ireeii leaves them to he the judges! ; his stock corriiri[
Drr, I I. I 1ST l '\tla 'llI'nl.t. Fh.Ls. ( A: Coniicry, a general sortmenf, all of which is offered for as a passing stranger::; I had come merely tcufIentplate. u its rust, ihe mind is illuminated rather than American press and people recognised, amid
I COMMISSION: I I :MERCh1ANTS I cash The cold thick that dazzled the before
Frcl. E. l>:i :t"' or city acceptance.Apalachicola vapor by bright glimmering i il regrets and misfortunes, a spirit of achievement
No. :.I'j. Water street.AI'AI.gCItICOLA Nuv.Ji.:! CIie'nut st. arose from the caldron immediately beneath of that Almighty Power, which .
FACI'JR I :IN1)J CO11M1S.ION( I : i : I F.cli.mll .. by evaporation a boldness in danger, and' a gallant
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1' MKUCll f \ :\ T. /' Mutual Insurance G,. of Sew York. Castor-Oil.------ me, (partaking! of eddies in the atmosphere, wind, and condensation, is eternally! bearing, which inspired new hopes and

N.J C-.l'j'uVM JU.M-k{ created: also by what was passing below, ascending collecting from remote regions of the globe pointed out the to ultimate
CHAS A. <:REIN, Agent. \f\C\ GALLONS ill store and for sale by way success.
_D I ::__i, h t 11. __ .al.ilucola: l'ar _. 1 D,T." !\n. 3'; Water.I tr -et. \\J\J H. F. A BELL, and descending, rushed sometimes this everlasting supply of water, to be transported The daring gallentry of Col. Van Rensie-

.\I\r tJap- C"\u.t) PKATT. Nov 2S Dru__ist.JUST down upon me from behind as if it had determined and deposited in those immense inland laer; ; the capture of the British battery by
.UcCiiIly, to drive me into the abyss; thou !t reservoirs, Lakes Superior, Michigan, 1Voolandhisheroiccnmpnon3theintrrpidconduct
Du+l'e;' A; Pratr, COMMISSION:; MERCHANT: : AND:' DEALER \' per brig Manhattan, from New quietly enveloped! me. as if its object wereto Huron and Erie. Wadsworth.. of P
IN UltY COODS AND J GROCERIES, a fine assortment, of choice Liquors, Segars Chrystie of Tot-
lliiVIXJ & C'nf.I1UtCIl.l : :: .1NTT,;, freeze me to death ; then suddenly it ten and others and
: Tobacco, Soap, Candle, Starch, Domestics, many particularly
e No. VJVater: street.
o.I') Water Street, (Der :.i Apalachicola, Fa. &c. Also in !>tnrc.31J< barrels choice\' nc and would puff, full in my face, and then whirl GEN. WINFIELI SCOTT. courage, skill, and caminued activity and

_Nn.> !'! __ .A'ttlirliiruli. Cider Vinegar, which u ill be sold low. round me as if to invite me to join in its Gen. Winfield Scott was born on the 13th exertions of Scott, had given a cheerfulness"

-- --II. at-l'a'jtu': IViii. G. roller &: Co. EDWARD McCULLY, eccentric dance. But while my eyebrows of June, 176G, near Petersburg, Va. He even to the darkness: of defeat and almost a

s COMMISSION FOItWA11 DING DEALERS; IN t :+ ><_il-5 AND COMMISSION: :' Dec:) M Water street. eyelashes, and hair were heavily laden with pursued the usual preparatory studies, spenti glory of satisfaction lo the memory of
' :Mill:J:CHANTS.I =; this condensed vapor, which had; rested on year in the High School at Ritchmond, Queenstown Heights.
:3I1Itc1.1N1't { BAGS Java Coffee ; ;.i0 do. Rio do;
No. 11 Water Street. 30 JO barrels Northern Flour them like flour on the head of a miller, from and subsequently went to the College of \\'e might add many oilier interesting
No. 22 lVater trt'et ;
Dec Apalaohico'a! Fa..loiui .
'ept'! 1 Iv AtiiUrhimla.! 4 pipes Madeira Wine; the same cause my attention was constantly William and Mary, where he attended a particulars relative to Scotl's life, illustrative
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S. Hiitcliinsoii, 23 boxes Candles ; JO.UHJ( RealiaSegars.: arrested by loud crashes of falling ice from course of Law Lectures. In 1806, he was of his bravery, heroism and skilful

Francis Koiuuuit, AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION For sale by B. S. HAWLEY{ ," the boughs of the trees behind me, which admitted to the bar; and in 1807, he remo generalship. HIS name, as the reader well

k WHOLESLR: AND RP-T."r.llt\LF.R'II': MERCHANT J I : Dec 3: 2S; Water street. thus occasionally ri.Jdclthemselves of the ved to South Carolina, intending to practice knows is indissolubly connected' with Lun-

- DRY GOODS. HOOTS SHOKS:,.., HATS, AND No. :5') Water street. iVexv' Publications.CONFESSIONS enormous masses which, from the congeala- law in the Courts of Charleston. Soonafier.the dy's Lane and Chippewa. Had he not

3 JU Ch< tn'it-Strret CLOTHING I pnlarhi/, & Fla.. S -licit; patronage. APAL\CHICOLV, Fa. / 01..' A PRETTY WOMEN ; tion of this vapor, were constantly I settling aggressions of the European powerson taken. part in any oilier engagement his

t''I H. y Richelieu ; Critrhtcn; Emilia Wvndham ; upon them. Yet, although the sensationsand the commerce of the United Slates had participation in these alone would have rendered -
I R. WOOD. Jus. F. Farrior, Chevalier D'Hdrmantal ; Livonian Tales; The noises I have described were quite sufficient reached their height, and Scott participa him immortal. But we cannot enterinto

} 4r'CTIOXEKRS Wooil: cV j Co.COMMISSION GENERAL CO I RECEIVING I1:5IOIEHCHAXT.: FORWARDING, .\: Bush Ranger, &c., &c., just received! and for to ensrose my attention, it was of ting in the spirit of patriotism which animated a minute description! of those great bas

V" :MEliri11N TS No. 50 Water strt>t't. sale by 11. F. BELL, course mainly attracted by the confusedroar the young men of the day, volunteeredas ties.

No. -J C' l'imi'js! JJjildin:;, Dec :5 Apalachicola, Fid. NOV _l Irugzist.: i and boiling of the great cataract, whose a member of the Petersburg troop of --- -- -

i. ,_:J,.t. :31 A'lilachicoh JKKEMIAH DAY. DANIEL J. DAY. Icon and Nails. everlasting! outline, though veiled by darkness horse, that had been called out under the A.v IRISH RtsE.-I engaged a chaise at

A. X. JIcKay," -| -| ffBARS Swede's Iron ; 200 kegs, was immediately before me. For a Proclamation of the President, forbidding Galway to conduct me some few miles iulo
J. Day &: Co., J_ J."LF Nails, assorted sizes, for sale by considerable time I listened to it all with the harbors of the United States to British the country and had not proceeded far when
at No. -10' Water street COMMISSION:; MERCHANTS, Dec ;5 J. DAY & CO. the feelings of confusion I had so often be- vessels of war. In due time, we may here it pulled up at the: foot of a hill, and the

,t St .1. IMO. .\(>alaciiL-ola! Flood. No. :52 Water street, IVowill's Honey of Liverwort, fore experienced ; but as I become gradually just add, upon the breaking out of the war driver coining lo the door opened tt.-

--. Dec 5 Apalachicola, Fa. Coughs; Cold, Asthma, Spitting of accustomed to the cold whirling vapor between the United States and England, i in I What are you at, man ? This insio't
T. II. Austin V Co., (:r.J- Also, Agents for theEtna; Insurance Co. FOR and all the affections of t)1e Lungs that surrounded me, as well as to the sud- 1812 Scott obtained a Lieut. Colonel's commission where I ordered you to stop.; said I._

xt Cu\IaIISSIUN: :'t1IJt CHANTS the ford Protection Insurance Co.Insurance" Hartford Co.Conn." and the "!}art. leading; to Consumption warranted to be composed den crashing noises behind me, I felt myself and immediately proceeded to ihe Whist your honor, whist! ejaculated Pad

I) \ X II. 45: Water Street t. of vegetable substances only, for saly by by degrees i nabled-at first imperfectly and Niagara frontier with several companies.In dy. I'm only desavin the baste! Jf I

Jfe.,t< Ap...l.ichicola. Fa. I*. W. Cullen, augll J. C. ALLEN. then distinctly-to analyze and seperate from October of the same year, the celebrated bang the door,he'll think you're OUI. and

o ---Cooke---- & Home AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSIONMERCHANT. : PUBLICATIONS, just received and each other the various notes of the Iwo different battle Queenstowu was fought. Scott Ml cut up the hill like a divil J'
e, CHEAP by instruments of which the roar of Niagara participated in it, and greatly distinguished!

Ne COMMISSION: MEllCHANTS, Solicits a share of Public Patronage.Oct Nov 21 J. C. ALLEN is composed-nainely, the deepthulJllerili himself by his bravery and activity. We Every man," an Eastern len "d
>o. 13, St. Charles Street, 24 APAI.\CHicotA. FA. tone of the fall of more than a hundred have neither time nor room to give a full account has two = says, j
Is Glass. angels one his shoal-
llewOrleansS. Window upon right
millions of of water hour over a of this battle but will simply
d A'IR.EW COOKE. AMOS Hoa.x. I. D. Bugbcc, BOXES just received 7 by 9, 8 by 10, tons per great ; der and one upon his left. When he does
50 of hundred and fifty feel, and append a few paragraphs going to shoScott's w
feb! COMMISSION AND FORWARDING 10 by 12, 11 by II, 11 by 1C, and 12 by I precipice one anything good the angel on the right
MERCHANT IS, for sale by [nov2S] J. C. ALLEN. the raging, hissing, lashing, and boiling of intrepidity and patrotism as displayeddurin shoulder writes it down and seals it, becia
r, J. C. Allen, all this water in the confined caldron be its .
what is well
Block done
No. 7, Columbus is done forever. Wbeo
Wh-jles.le and Retail U'-akr in Lots for Sale olio Kent. The I understood it : time the battle it is stated I.
Building during ,
neath. more clearly one
Apalachicola, the
RUG 15 J iSIG evil
MEDICINES:: PAINTS, OILS Sept. :.. I.i. angel upon his 'left shoulder
Lots well situated in different but that Scott arrived
unceasing the
parts the bight
until, in ever-changing on Queenstown
GLASS: HUSHES: &c.ic. SEVERAL writes it down but does not seal it. He
also, Starr V Co., Apply to thunder of its eloquence I could always He had been permitted aa a volunteer, t lo waits till
.'1 gfiieral astortmmt if AUCTION & COMMISSION:: : MERCHANTS, NOURSE STONE &. CO. trace, in different proportions, and often ap- cross the river with his adjutant Roach, and midnight if before that lime tbs
l BOGKS AND GENERAL AGENTS, Dec 46 Water street.J. man bows: down his bead and exclaims
: BLANKS STATIONERY.; &c & : 12 :
c. whole
the of the
parently in different: places presence assume the command body
AIIA. Gracious
t cot of Chisnut & Commerctstreet?, EUFAUiM Allah! I have ginned forgive
Dee Stevenson &: Co. these two voices in concert. Sometimesthe engaged, On the Canada side, he unexpectedly '!
4 Apalachicola, Fla. REFERENCES : me! the angel rubs it out; but if not; at
Hawley MU T, DEAN &. WYLES, 1 J\lo. 45: Water and ./\" 2 Chestnut sis. stunning, deafening noise proceedingfrom fouud Brigadier-General j- midnight he seals it-and the angel

F.\CrOR AND It.COMMISSION S.: ,MERCHANT, JOSIAH! BI.AQKWELL<< &. Co.'e( w Yor1, Are now opening their Fall stock of Staple three thousand six hundred millionsof worth, of the New York militia, who had the right shoulder weeps." upon

t No. 23 Water street L. I F.; SEAM+IV & Co f. Dry Goods, Boot, Shoes Hats, &c., which they cubic feet per hour of and element ol the crossed without orders. Scott iherfore.

b Dec 5 Apalachicola, Fa JOHN NORTON, jr J offer for sale low for cash or city acceptance. same specific gravity as oak, sUIId..nlyarresled proposed to limit his command to the reg uORIGIr OF SWE.UUfG.Vheo old Satan
tt JOHN FRAilER &, Co., Charleston.C. Apalachicola Oct 24, 1846. in its fall from one hundred and fifty lars. But the generons and IatrioticVads 1S-
C. LATHROP &, Co New Orleans L-. told mother Eve to give the apple to her
Avery tV Jones, feet, would apparently so completely overpower worth would not consent. He promptly

dh GltOCEItS ac COMMISSION: MERCIlANTS1Vattrrlreel. A.WARREN K. AYER C.QWELL, l 5 Columbus. Oa. TONS,Lehigh for sale by Coal. every other that I felt I could point yielded the command over all the forces to husband, she replied that she ..ouIJ" ot

, Ac 5. No41 Apaiachieale. : Fa- E. J. H.IlDIpalachicob.. 30 jan-.3 ROBERTS. ALLEN. .1. &. CO. in the dark precisely to the bottom of the Scott "You:? sir," said, he, "know bc t. girc Adam for all the apples in the p'ufld: _

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[Correspondence ol tlie Cbuilefion. 'Ifl'It"Ut'SII'XCT }..] their constituents, by toting fur a bill known Secretary has no- power- io do, the improved- gress, the quarter from whence such ;aid has ''charge. ihe Judge expressed hiinstlf- .

- \\ .' ( Jan. 19. to be (me of( a s sttm of measures, which is lilies and saddles( for I that regiment. He hasalready COilJIERCIAIi ADVERTISER. ever come when most needed. We have follwoing manly and correct strain, : ,IL.
The New Ynlk correspondent nf tht intended] to ostracise the entire South 1
as a ohlainf'clhe supply of Colt's revol- -- --. not looked in vain. 'fhe Hon. Alexander can give you no measure of daina.
-- Union ctmwicntitig on the defeat of Gov. section, :ami: every Southern man who is nota vers that li asked for. APACmcoL SATRDAY, FEE. 6, 1847. I can estimate in dollars and !

'V.ight. charged' tint it was occasioned by traitor to the South ? WASHINGTON, Jan. 26. .---- -- -. --- ---,-- -- Stevens, of Ga., a man whose small body amount of injury Joule 10 goods crmsVi|:jy J ,5

n coalition bel'ccnhr.' Whigs, Aboliiionsis There is one cheery fact however, deinnnslratrd We ; hear no more of the complaints (c(?- The following gentlemen are authorized God has; furnished with a great soul, has cartlessne ; but I cannot so CMimaie"Uth

ttnd Anti'Rentrrs and hinted that) this was : by this vote. I Jf Democrats against hat Senate and the \Vhig Senators Agents for the COI\CfA.: : AnvERTisERand will iniioeluccd a proposition calculated to restore anguish suffered I by a 'human Icing. a ,the
ti game which the democracy of that Stare InVc betrayed the south, the whigs almost receive and advertisemeats ihc terrific ""
for inaction delay of the publi1 business; receipt subscriptions, or harmony ; tei promote time general good, man, by hock and ,!:
could and would hereafter play, as well as I to a man have been linn, and I the names of and obstacles in the of the :- strain of such an accident as thi,scalding.
the Whigs. And! suie no ugh. Mr. Preston Pendletnn of (;iraham and Doc- way and to restrain the selfish ambition of the rOil
Virginia, ; prosecution nf the war. All that has been lEsCs. MASON & TtrrLn, \\'ilam Street, should. fake info consideration's, well
King who icpiescnU MrVigt, avail- kny, of North Carolina ; King, Stevens and recommended l h (he administration is in a N I'W York. few who seek to extent! our ;already overgrown V amont of injury sustained by MM. ,Ibe
cd himself of the of the House Tombs I Ililliaid I ) I DAVID) IIRAVO, Es ., New Orleans. ScniK :
counesy to of (Jeorgn: : ; of Alabama ; flil way m io pass and without t hindrance from 'VM.V !1 territoiy. We have believed and as the degree of carelessness which '
tnovc a bill and tend fl spcrch: ,, the Thibodeaux. nf' Louisiana Cnr/.ier of CHRKVKK, Eq.] Albany, On.ilajor anpeaf
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purpose ; ; the Senate. I t the Treastuy Note :and ? JACK HAKDMAN, Kufanla, Ala. I still do that mime only safe issue out of the as a guide in deciding upon the amount !j
'Of wlidJvrs\ to raise the question anel tssert Tennessee ; and Davis, of Kentucky. shouldbe verdict. You
Hill I until lie -- - -, -" your allow
Loal was dehjed ( Treasuiy may
-- -- -- -- Mr. mure
-- --- -- with which Polk and ih
the fight of Congress to prohibit slat: cry held in i rcaldul m I and List ling 1 lemembr.mcn had( 'become embarrassed il is not t the fault cr7' The Editor of this paper is absent, difficulties his mere cfJrnpl'salion lo the planlitTs fortliei?
'in.thY of the Tmitoric.s of the United 1 : southern fieeman ofp.Hiiols Northern allies have beset the Union, would j
by as
every of and
jury sustained the
Cougies. Il been
- ) t might : brought and! with the of few in this extent bevnnd J i
exception days | ,
States am) to urge Illill; Congress should ; t"Ito disiesaidin; t! the I tiammels of foiwaid, at :an earliei: period. The TrcilslH : be to resolve on confining our territory to lo which yon will go, should" be
prohibit it in and il! the had the week, has been so for I time last month-which influenced I
any tenitnry In be paity independence t to assert the Note : the degree
Hill I I was considered in 1 the I House' halfof its present limits mil lei abstain; frrr by carelessness that: has !
Acquired of Mexico. The vote on Sallll'- enflst it lit iona h rishts of their constituents! in one in time Senate a ; of two will account to our readers for the lack of appropri proved. And Ihink should Lee"
fcaynn the Oregon bill t the crisis.V ih I cla:1t par itiug to our use any of the conquered you Iy '..,
extending the onlin- pie>ent not you it r. Editor. =uccf'si\'c \ only. Thai docs not look IMitoiinl.: j xcrtltct j>lace so high an climate
tonce of 87 to Oregon and i the debate and teach forlh I the hand of political] fellow- like delay). on I the pall nf Cnngicss. s. ( Mexican Stales. This course would at i! !/"!/ us Kill le a proper caution en loI hlllll1t ;

V votes on the amendments pit 'usCd to i that ship to them and In all such uho in this Tie Ten llegiment Billil"rs ; but will j:rlIE:1:: : roruT I once put an end to ihe c-ontrotersy I of slcamLoals, I,, prnrciJe. Iy ,b1nacr,

bill, are commentaiies on the dec l.iration: of moment) of priil plant) themselves i by us onilie I soon pass. What is use of I'; it ThisCouitstill m t coat 1 ii ties in session, and ing slavery, which King's Hill lout* and ,n'tcItinflu, tlc nll'J/rlt prnpfr :I/re fh'. j
the Union's New YOlk l correspoivlent and pl.itfoiin of t the constitutionWill! la. '
) I ll i was said I Democrats ) teidat ;and will I not, adjo urn I the lili L/ cit ed and t this cnurec is I nf the passengers. You! wd| please IIailra ]
Allow thnt the (faction: whose or.HI11'. not I the I South; arull'ho? can sleep or Whigs to day,)( hat eteiy one I knew m Ih.llihe I prlihlJ. h.flr ; 111'so adolI..I. ali milcI..1 I the same t lime, t ih.if tun : !
Preston i is have icsolvcel who he silent instant. Tlieie are important the lasts at the Ninth as well alIn,afe i
King to make antislavery can ill such an emcicency ? :ailministialiou had( bioughl foiwaid I lliat many crses controversy the judges nf time amount of

one of the fundamental elements ol I In my next I will expose i the manner; inwh'ch lea un' too 'late for the present nil tita my before I the Court-t the whole number on as at the Sotnh m all minor questions of Tariff lo be recovered I ; for, in cases nhfre lieme(L I.'

Northern Democracy. it is pioposed t to diaw the t Senate into season ; I lilt the Ten Ilegiiiieuls l wiIMiol I l. the I docket( is :about t fori). Should i there hen Sub-Treasury, &c. will be snollowcdup safely and character of our fellow! ciritizn.aie .
I call your attention I the vole, and analysis I the same position as t the I House.VI I .
he in Mexholill, the concerneel. timi-
afier ihc ol : ( remit "III,||
beginning 'IO'pl questions raised and decided !
of which I submit, : i be- in t the important: a nil vital I t question of r..rey lnfefwnh
: (Jl LANCE. of bla k 2l I Henloii the veielict of ihe :
II season: : vomit.i r. 1 re- jury. however
VOTE OF TIm SLAVnill 'T.tlT.TIS) ---.---- tuaiKcd for(his tribunal, we shall endeavor to furnish Slavery or No( Slavery-anel the name; as ill"'l be. Your large
ycsietday upon ( he folly i of srinhnj ) venue I is
ON THE 1'.tSS.\((i.: OK ""IIII OJUt'N [Ccrrc'potdeiiec: ( fihe Chailejfnn readers practically\ fin' ,| J
Count our with
.. r ] troops Io Vera Crux. at m lie commentincutof ,, : a snmmaiy: of its de \\1 as the distinction of Whig and Democrat It is inii.ort.ini I therefore that
JJIL: I Jnut.Jld he
\V\stii\:.KI\, Jan. i". t thai season. The '( 1 H I egi tmn'mmt I Hi-I ] cisions. I II I! will ne longer 'be heard! or known ca.eful. I to seek that happy medium ,n i
MAUl! !.,\ P. Tlie ctcitest: agitation and 11)Dr
; imreitaintyexist had il pa"S'llllw m day I hat it ICpOlled I I tirehct. which will make it
I anel a I'rn1cr'tmutio
tery I
Yeas .Iho a nf m the Union bi'coumrs I inevitable. -
\u.l. :. heie in Tim TNIOX
; I jaid: to the IN mxr.nn.
manngeiiK ol t in i the I House I would have: 11'1'1 i ilate. too .I. to carriers of persons, nd, nniriiin
'' Ligon.Ciuistablo, the, "ataml the ssaie of the fiulI1: rs. The ,\1 thai: was Io be done, might liaie; The firebrand; thrown into Congress by The South will neter consent to I of ihe defendants.; yet %\\lJt' ILdI

I PITt, ; : ronfeieuce boiueen: theIililal"' Coniiinti IH'C'I done, in ll.e first week of the se.ssion.It I the Democratic; from NewVmk the establishment, nf Free States I nn their I I II I'c ___ __

Leiig. i ( and' t the 1 Senetaiy; 'may lead: I t to somepiopei I i seems( now tube little I regretted t tl:1: I I has lit up a H"jf'sl'rI'llivc tlif,'. which bodes Southern borders, and l the ailituelr of t the retu.nih.r.ksio Car.t.. Hulbatd cf
t IKCIM \ ronflusintis! ] at.d; ;m-t is i in legaid i i the ihe lea and coffee did not I, ffITI lire sd.r.. Ctw/ertlla from
Drown ..\lkin-on.. duty SIII'I..I to the Union of the Stales.T1ie North ) rvimesa finn oI.-t teimiuafinnIo Hatana, for late
t clearly
Chapman.jDmiKsTrfii'I. war ; but th<- :iJ.lrs" : to be tin III'C: for the lit'. ait' the Secietaiy confident: he ,11'= -
fit-s! of ihe I
Johnson, ]liayley.lC.enger.; ) '. ('!)liie cl'pll"iOIl! ) :::11') ".]\:ii.sjioti nf the Tiea- van, obtain) a 10:1 the phdge of Tre.isui Ic'at nf. Mi.1 King lias: Iccl followed h insist upon I the; establishment; nf Free i Diaiiodt In Marina. n tidl

? I Hopkins I siiiuhitli it lias ( ic.iied, and. is lildIn" Notes-, without!upon that dutt.Tlie '. other !Democrats; :and we may look to ) States S the cut.qtieict: tiTe ] provinces.: we etract, : lie follow ill,: information/ ; :
I Huhbanl I I I tnt: Cr.I <'(': "'. II is si'id; l,\. i is another .
CieneiaKhip : I llie whole Noiihcin t m Democratic; sup-I \ have no doi!bt but; t the War wasundeilaken : i iligl.t i1"lIint:
,t'aJc''clI.I. rnfieediity! be ;aiiIi i tii i,d in the I House.Oilieis ) I'aity
mime Executive vliiih has has
; : e of : so : been !
ICi":1 Polk at
; Dry
poiling I I the pioposed) ) ) by to at-qnire I I territory, anel t"rL-;
/11, I ili.llhaf: i : t lie =,'I'I''la\\.lIfdIC I TieaK'liv tC. j
far lelused but there be
Sc.!don, I'Hisi! I sH| | at irc to prop teiii; iiiCirasedlate miltt.ny; 1'11'1, operations, ) for!as the next ar.!f-piing to :and 1 IMI( low: (hit! the (.Cunfeelericv is again thrc i.I i. .. by so doing: toaiqniief.nne ;a llll"JII.lrily-' V iiilfr.s ". E.: t JIOIM fs'i.nd \1\-, m 11 lit ;iil; |1:1:| t.,0be ,

McDeiwell ; of diu\ on ;.I!! (lie :aiiicleno dtin.ible. t the Texas had seen 7 mile'! e-lf. -
: succeeded
siimitMi r. llicie could IH no ;a-Itanta:; in I teuerl( with disscilulirm.t :!s on fonnrr ( experiment : amid
Ticadw.iy.MIRTH ]Dill the ICI'I'II"Ila.: ; fully! committed liim- hating :uc-h officer( of OCr:1-I If is ;..-" stafid. in the D'nn'm \
: an or ftC" Many; sions, we have I the South it was mtural (tohmitmi to e-nnc.lue.'e! a \ IALitrlit \ Ite
DrlorHiC ; :; ,
C.t1)I.1.t. elf -ijainsj: 1 I the I J.itier i proposition:: by giviiiilite Vt ; ) m thoselio I have I papers I Iuii..e.V
IW'I solu-uing or e.xpec I' :!Hogojlice'j (:n \VlireIeadPmnf.
Daniel, ]orl'CT.BII 1 appealing; I te> the Whig ; to the like cause ttnnl'l prom!nec a like : ; J KtVet \
I; i i linger I npm) on tli:it it ivoiilil! not iaem: ca.e the : connected m lie volui.teeis I I Party save m (tt'.III.ts .
lIcKItfrdllfl1, Kii I: ; will inih'1 |I James ;. I lie : Texas had t'idu \ I, wnii!Id! |.i- (.'liiif; t,-11 I by I tiie:, 2t ili uk
i :: n venue.The Tt11 ",,' itccouif() r.ilhei. UI- j cnuntiy. .: ; 1Pol"! and the ;political : :11'Xlill of ; ; Iil .

Reid, ( '!.t Ic'. Tru l lle: irnrnt Dill was pas"f'llonr i dilfrietit to u'( eiviiig l -.r11isii1s., ; (tor 111' 1011:11.111.1.: ; who have !lcc''cllccIIIJ ::iti- j i Pn'sidcn the :acquisition; ; of California and \\ ol.sf rte in the ])I/IJi", a sfatemeu of

DobbinSOUTH I to'ILI\,' the Seu.uc. and it was lemaiktd: : m ; : tlio do isjj to to I awl would! Misi.fin him time: 'ti' t.f; ihe A "a'ric'au: l.niqne (. '/
l'a IIIJlil .101'i, go 'al- fee clrte'n. I in obtaining: t the coimim inn iii(! :< TatmulipoS : in pnun ;.nd :' ', tiPatm"Ii' ?
Ctl.Ol.lNA. that: tlieie no IJll'i1; neeessiiy (fin'' i'! j' pico: :and time mnnthsl \ ., (Cllh
'j ; fi.'fll MX nf thy i lrt him. :? ( ) II) \t'w OI"'J'fmm
\l I ship nf state, are I abandon, re-c : '
: to
--liiilt. Jllack, j-assau; 1 If jol 'IIl1j"'IIII1 t m I that; it will I I be in i t:He? of entire: iinction. le.iely :
7Jolmr: ) <., Sims, too late; for the/ rinpfoi meti: of t'ict'; tt ThE:: t' i-ii)V. Noteaud! Loan l I wac, j| the Iie-hn in despair! ; : ;at witnessing' l tiC! rlangeiswhich I We cal the :!!*'nlinli of enr, rradiis! n> ;:iriiIx.! with freight, ,,I f \ ie, :rmf(| !

Khr.t. thi !(''I nu. in an attad.I ; on \"rra Cm.Mr. /. I after: i 'Oj: .I' debate! ; :amended in one Bil impoi- I beset ihem. They have raised (he I the proposition eif Mr.1 Stej.hcus: ; vie itmkI br: tsy.! Time weie a large; nmlrr tfip.

Simpson.i ,: I B"j 1I1I nbtaimd! leave t to make an'the i ir taut particular, :and was ordered to he en- I '.d, w.iml, irilI-tI' element of War. I on it as lie hr.rbii! : < i nf ill, tnui; r "; :1 .'s..I'c.t,<; in l.c.ard. forty-iwn of utiii.i!;
u noouaiti.tiMIKO _r/isp n 1'0 II) t sulijf ct of I the ('0 U F'- of I the ; Wf .iNo' the Iraia of
third f ; : t tc.-sf-I,
rf<'ld fo;a i cit.g::: which tveie ln
: f.\. h 1'iesideot in to Ill Lieut. ( ;leneialsliip. : ; Tl'P they essayed lei Use for iheir aggranii.emeiit far as e-emceins: t the mighty 1tl i i ire! t\ !s'.ii I ihe.slave
amiio'mmdturnt i is !
thefouith Tw'
'Odlib.'Jones) King; I II;ar.1, 1(1 11. ). \1 l a.. Hellion'-| < ;\ 'I'rcHilll'lI., .-ectmn., ihal; !the: ptovjso notes,shall;atrI"llrC; not be I ( : has; given li.11 tn a I danger; which I; f''SIICI- I has given: I Jll: ;I t to : the t'lIIaih must have itt n igpurai: :I cf

'J'flrIn. :iml you will find I them ill t I llie :papI'I'1 r. lit po'he-c! ';aicd: or pledge, or e.xt hanged; ) !( i the-y scareelJ dieameel; -ch'-HUile. of abil I Mi. Siephetis of (ienigi.i.; ;;.sKed! If;,' tosubmit t tttt.g e-icu.s: ilIafil.h tiC the {..I..t"orr..
Xumpkin, .,r/ull.f. I Ueitton's i puipnse wasf( vjtxlic.ite I the I Piesjdeni t i- :a 1 less sum : the amount of the iI'ild.: ; 101: IiI.i to in.iiage; ; the ,iifTaiis; nf the nation I the following! l'f'smMe! :or resuliitiems. for 1,1'1':0-111.1.! tn r n (.I'.cr' n.lheel cf Jam':,

'J'ot IJ1.1,1.c. :and 1 himself.: You will see,;, rile :anil the 11:1' due on IIIII. The ;amend-' j j i imeiit ihoy I'1; the into( Vv'.u--anel which \'frt read lii information.:. \z : !rr.g; I liir -.s?- epgrr.s; [but !;y sindirg
l 1'iesideiil. lasl; Septpmlu I-. r"ll'd,: him the Jlul country ; j it i is les desirable! ,
l I Itioiigh ngieed lei while tin- I I IVII..a.; no !I1 il.rinlerests :i-hi-re' in I ihe rnr-toill-llI'!
Sloustou I Ch I i;im.iii I $ I I j"I ti inilliafl i Mission to Ki nice, which!, he "li.cIii'd. In : .0 :. I ill (COlllillfc., I ,. w.i': abni.t, I'laWiI.r to ni' I j j (destitute ol foiesijjhf, llIr !nrJri ell by mid hot.or nrol.c eiiinii v! I.eenriiimiIv iiiti v v.rfu three!
[/ NmvinmIaerI r. Heuloii t-atled> time a; I I 11 lie Misscmii; j ( fh.ys: >o ( 1111) ed, du lilt; l.'orc.C\l.ich; ,
; i
upon n'j"el",1) in the Senate: upon, I thesiiggcsitoii! i 1'1 t Question. The'Siiulhun ; susiaii.ed :In.llll.f''I.ll, < '( :fong IS
J Knwdein I I I'ipsideiit '.\ ho tSI I"11 I Mr. ITs. :aiiticc: as I to I ill',it It ih i I I Whigs I t the war with Mexico t a I"a'r ifhnne-i.e-rd lituiit in- mind) the
wis:! 111 %V)11() while to d.II'| the: hi il!! are by t this q!u est IIu as Irrcllt 'fllill'e. to
P-ay ne.Cotticl.. I the conduct nf) the \ar.: Mi.i iSenlnu.I as I I1i.iimmnan by si-nding it to I the I I 1101", tnrieit; for! cemruiienee !I I they are I m tint nf i the Mexican War. exist, I ,; t that it should: not 1 be uunt ecsir: \f'?opf1'1 1 lo j rif: (fs mnrringthe -
( of ibe t'oniuiineo on .AlihtaryAfaii I ; in !. ) |, prolonged : but should! be terminated"
;amenelmenl. Hnl! : ; oH gieater ptit i.f I IIJhOP.I.u IJhllJflf,
::1isSIsl'L1. ( ., ; < j m wiitinj., I I*. 'J.Calr.un. i Tliey elar e upon: 1\. Polk. and his j jaeltisris. m
j ,
honrlratllc' be
I as
pn- ui
a\'I'li.\IW I m two or v\oiils, '- o.t peac( can nltlf. : land! 11.
Adams, J:.dii! t t., 1 pnsed, it scenis l t h.t t here shoiild!,I Ij a a Iw.ll t tIt the Senate very IIT.e lo :agn' '<; to il.--, ihi.l I ;; I ihc danger; i v.hieh: now besets I II ;ali It ereis ir i. Ilcwnt.! t that a ehversjttnfpenninn were :lost a few e:ca eel 0:1: plrcfj;

Thompson. ( f rill army', in oulertlnt, time 1 m.itemeutshotitd IIcsnj.J. let me 11 piopcily I the "lalttlal: II.ihi ) us has !been by Ihel biought upon us-!but I, prevail I to a consider! .. exit" "i.t. e-flhe \*. r{ tk. l 1 i is uoi mentionel IrlLrr:

l.onSf.\ ,1. be 1 marnnnio: i. I He I prufllrt I that pinviso h hi ) he not :arec,1, It). (notes 'may: be I 1.irlflll: t II I heir t duly \Ifil'al; citi/.ens, : ;:' t., the ;Iill' alr ,,'!jcrts lor which the KPIshonlil the: \- el w:s !istree: nr neit.n.iiai .
1 llarmaiisuti,
Mor J e, : ('omuii they
mill j ; the n.r.rrMge
La Sen- i lotcct rights of
i lendei, ne orr-itioij. I lie was -, huser-; | that,
: m upon) then- .s tvas the case: ii'il-' ibis matter should be sHtled by a clear. : ejfilieQueen i of and
11,ilof/i" 11.1". i ill: war: iio "m,: ::.!! I. i inaeiitiiy., : ; The h lions! in the I Itte war; ; ( neat l will, mi.--1 j I lle South t au.llf; i lie Umnn-both ;I igaitiilj ; ,, ex|,i- ol the Lp.d..lali\.t: will. seIemi.y! :I! Spain her siolt'r took
WIll ,
Tt: :qSIt:. I know '!Icdiri- of Alisiarid the i place :in I Havana 1.ttfJ.! which lasted forso
plan a aiinie
\o fl'II.II'd on Theamendment) was; IhPI ugii'eel! to//(/. j of Mexic-ej as wc't as a .iinst Mr.T pldalnH'lllu) t tin- world be if t Ih:1tf'tilp I
Chase, Cnzicf, 151: nun.Iciilit. ('1) Sho Me\iean; *. The pinptjsn was "f1. Pn'k's' Noithcin Democratic a;iiiv----i i ; the 1 latter ; 1- Resolved. I by!' lie t SfIp :anei: I flotisp I rifIJepresenlive's r teial naysThe principal, liiiiMipgs *fre ,i'

Cockc, ( '. .:OIK illialion.; or ti;1oroll. tvar.: The I r:',i-j. One niher amendment, IIH'n l\ icri::.Iiin: ,,; i tiie mii.l elangeroiis 1 : in ( ()r1grPflSSethlIu!. briii.-ii.tlt! : illnmmled v.iifj (;.,s ; lilt frignierhrilir.n
ejf t the .
Cullom, -\'IIII, dent nil'eird: hi! 'n t the :jippointu-esit; ( of cn-'tiiy) That the
runimandrr hit :Mexico
!'rail i memni n.. \\ns then agreesn..! \ prrsrnr wai n "is not waif-o! ;! iiunii..ifnl: ,
brillirmily iibpaili
1; whilst the : "
Johnson, :Siniuii. of the :mmuv. Theame t Ollhl'frl) s are m !
position : : leadyj waged with
Mr. view .
C'ics: uri'le some lemarks". in : a to cnn'tiest. or ti! >* djs1iiimiIiPnnmPit {,
Jones, \vs: offered to him. in I 1KJG:; by\ ( letjei.tJackson roU.of; the delate! : lInt: weie of tiiemt'.f., 11 j i 'II vote 'millions fur the 3Iexicantr; ; IIf hat 1 Cpu IIItc! 1.\ t lilll ;u'J'i-1 I : -< .lorJ[ l.nrtr. The Military I gavea. :

Martin. 1 :: \lien war with Mexico in con- I fie I lefeirc.d I te fl I the propositions% made! :lld I ![ whiNt)) .ate ready :again (lei penl, their- .it ion nf ;ar-y pniiiPi! nf hn: ffintory.I I i I grand ball in ,mime former l>"frn! ('1Ir.t'r.I-Mi.'n '

KKMTCiCV.MISiUL'IU.: templation.! A.I soldier, lie v. ;as the military talked of I for :I'rpliui tIlt' war at ./ ci,'ifaiu; ]I' I Ipnius lives in ,the from cflllle.: as they have; been ]ge it fuilher m I Re-edtieJ! :. by ll.e: a iuthriii | t:Jsf i lie (Ciptaln (ifi>iril.' Tb-suptr|:

Sell. 1)iris, Marilit I "supmtir nfanv ome. now in I I lie nll1t. :-taking : II demaicatiou; -;and( a.'oiesaid.' That: it i is the dtsiie! ; of ihe l"iut iiStites !late; ;it I the former rntcitammeit sa'ul .
lloyd, 'Thullla" (I', I In .J HI'J.I I he was: a (Colonel. Hut the officersnf hlldadj"r; the' coast.; He said would bean doing! :at Palo Alto arid I III'ITJ-\III't! : to terminate liosti'iiirs'! up.m t"-nil- : : i> ; t Ishtite

G tel ef, I the I army could lake no exception Io ,the abanehmmenl t of the war on otir siarid dol'.us. Trrr!

Me Henry, :appointment nf n man; from, civil life to t the lie doubted!) ( tvhi.ther it would he rorislitntionl t :and make common cause will t t the Democnts part a liberal srilement, e ii f I ib- qo t "lillCl was a bull I I fight t gitrn giatis l.y I ihe Atunt.* '

Tibbatts. Cf'IIld.: Tlc Constitution I lade;, t tie : : forJnngiess( to dictate the plalllflle) I of tlc South, in resistance to the growing out ofthe pioprr and nghtfn! I Ilnn'-1: j miptitn. fireworks. I1IHiIlrmUIIf! *. BiotHfrL'iJts. 1,

Trumbo i'i I the oti itia titfer-i m (Chief (d'lll t "aiI I to I the 1- x.r'ut is-v. TII'a! 'H way J Nnithcru Democratic dary of Texas, and time I lull I I '- :, ii)?) :1wll! j jpioprr : :m md all m lb- vaiinus; Cit rrjinniro'i -

Young, Army. and the t'lesidem I t wa. l t.iken; from he,* sliIJ.] to avoi'l the t PIWi'cllion of the I n r. j I war upon Southern provision on her part: (ft ii be m.idV. I fi.rj i '.\ iic-h the I
i I lerte. arid in the
I. ciul life. lithe Piesidei.t in I institutions$t t I they will 1 never consent in prrv
cnllclll go Mexico had) n.iiled her umtto in the misf.Her : :any all llie ju"t cl.tims; of our citizens : the hole!
Bowlin, P,i-e, he could depute! : I such tenible par.uio'i: of "laid h. they c'xnl. Ti'e' KJi'ft' .
Iron. Ii authority, by policy, was fixeel. Any propositionsother I struggle to fight under the to adjusted by negotiations: to be instiin'

I'helps 1 JCle.: l 10:11. II :1 mmother.It t than I tint nf war, I that: w( might talk i I banner of James K. Polk. ted and effected acconling to ,mime e >i siiiitional m J of the Dittriu gejci ifife! .\' talif'; \vlifnspn) ** *

Siaa.iPillstury. i is 1'lir\'r' flat: ihe project of creating: of were not irmedies for. but punoe.itives! The Columbus Times whilst it reluctantly furiii of each gnvermpr.l pect5vlv.. in: nf t the be-ntitiful t Creoles! who; //ignrteJ ailf t ;
ri.oftii' t theoHMenf( Lil'ul ( (cial will be again; of war. ThryJuld( bung us Mr. Drom/ronle, with olbers, .
iliu 0 contempt objected.Mr. I ball; ; I ihtir rich '
admits costumes, tolu ta'io1figuies
llrockenhin-.igli.: l brought_ up. with!i .\!.Mexico, and! the woild.He its almir lion of the patriotic Slephrns moved( a suspension of I ihe ;

TJ-X\: ". The 'n'IIr': Note and 10'11 Hill was: I i CJnillelo'mI: the mensuic nf wloll:appointing) !a.. ;and ellJlcut speech of that gallant and rules but the motion was disagreed to--} ra ; aid: giactft;! morion; ?, cnnij-fele'j

Kaullman. taken by) m iw: ; I vote I LicutenM I I t tIIrrd the l.:"nd! c.-f our CV.suIinn: Lrnthcr! '
up casting III"r t ; <" 111.1 as undoubtedly nee'ess.i-; gloiiotis Whig. 11. I n.) Toombs-and whilstit 78; nays, 86.OWXCR5 I ,
ARK,\", \,. President( against; I tiP views of1. Calhoun i iy. l Hut I he was opposed) I to I that pirl of Mr.Hcnton's 1 :I' acknewkdges tint in the I I ibt: quill!, amid lit says: be will lOt swear I ilu '
: m time of peril I,
{( 1'veine.1.. ) ( r. CI"rOI!, 21 r. \ ll Mr.Kvn I wine h 41 OF .
-J navel-
plan STE\M
: COIIfmplll' :a 1 BOATS; OX OL'UWe it wa:ms not ;all I i'ueti:ititmtnt, tint ihe !beaiami
: m >
The tvluile tiegaiive tote was I 3.1 (,f uhich ): ; ;. W11 protested I ;agiin-t' I the con idl'ra. ling commission' for negntiaimg: a peac'e. Whig p.ilriotism: i is ever found% burning witha mnIf:I: : -5-.

3.1 were from the saveheilding( ,! ('--. lire tion of so important, ; a measmc, without TinLand Heiuult Hill!; (onid"f.t! iu blight and( inspiring flame-mars t lie grate commend the following! article to the I ire.itures. whom he took fur tlnrinir: i

other two were Mf!srs. jsYainan, ;il.j f'unp- bavins: lime to examine' it. It I t was: urg"d I the )I I tiise. An :i imct itl flu t1t vv-s; adopted I j with \hiel the :admission' is iad., bv complaints Creoles of hisji). inh.tbir.nus; rf:1 fury, bni :
bell of the City of Nw Voik., Of this 33 I that the total exhaustion, of I ie| Tieasmyrendered m ('omlillr. adding ilnce elollars month, that I Whigs perusal of steam: boat. owners on our riveis.The \\'. wish i I some enchnritcr's; wnnel. bdtrarsporleil --V

eleven are Whigs. I h.itc m.ukcd their I lie i immediate passage of i the bill I I a lo the : of I the volunteers( and legularsolelieis. tie though they are only surea In prevent loss of life bybursting UN out t iflhi i 1.iit oilcotiuuum "a lr
re:i'ly t to sustain lie War
[ ) ; t
names in italics. matter of "ICI! necessity h was asked i -aie unwilling to"ustaiti of steam boat: boilers, is i to hold "

This analysis should; l be seen
V pun by cveivSemtheiu um. J Jon-I not Ili" uieasine been limo 1it forwaid at substitute for the I hud bounty was agreee1to i is in i the same boat; with I the I boat ( I whttii otr Ilavatfi; brother !wtvatitnnly 1

long will t the South .11'I'p ? \\'ii| th.y tie teiy beginning of I the: session J f\\\ t j1e] m giving ie> each noncolullisiIJct eifficeranil I ''ih'xicitiVar: br i lit,. ne-xl two ,. responsible or damages : and we ,I.I ;fniii'nl: f Iu set nafninfJiisf :) ,
awake when all is lost ? or: ue. I h"1J ( of last session and t lie ofllii ) lars.V would be to see a law; parsed l,y I iheLegislature
beginning: piiva'e gO\'I'IHl11 stock lo lie : j j! the War imagine* n poor c.'cvil!' of an K:.lite>ri II
alonnll hope! will be .s.fe
debased and fallen that ; ; at an end, alikegloiious
i nothing the Committee J'im.nce '
ran aiouse I i., on w-rre loll 1I I (41 one htinehcd, at the (:!tiC of time giving a right I of action for damages this barbnr'Mis
them 1 I that the would lie exhausted m and editable! i to i the be- r ;iln. r.dmg I ibe! e.'ecriplion '
Tieasurv < soon : p
vt a r. le'decmablc; i iu ten years:i m with m six percent country} to representatives of my person n
All who have: noted itie piegiessofparties: ; unless some measures: were taken io I fore( t I I'IIC beie and rf suth:I festivities: as !I.I% InteRset: ie[
i specified
)'pl'I' I ill"frsl. lie : we I 1 it killed t the bursting of ,
by boilers. icc.? of
for the last twenty ye.irs. know I that: I ihe:ic i is i'h il-utlss,: t Ill fiuaurjal: : policy of tie Tie bill I I is btill I in Committee: t of I the will so be by limit of Whig' valor and Whigpaliiotism < I Havana: f-ilks in a n I.iml I nf jinMt: pt.asure-: I)
ever a portion of the Ic-moci.ii e: p-aity indifferent (: he changed.Mr. ; steam boats where time injury CIO: be shewn it is
o'rlll'ul ti't much lL1'
for liii
\\Iwe. iran oat tmre-it I
lo principles, and especially: i irt Calloun'ao. sorry to lear that the .--.- -- -but whilst the Whigs will be I prim??) fiicic io have been the result of defects .! II

fbi! great Sratcs'hrJ't' the system ,i1( J IIlflral : Treasury t SI embairasscd;, ; a : hat ion. GEmflGJ.: \Vsnicro.-TIie \Montreal prodigal) (!i : of both to sustain! t the I War t they: ? in the 11I:11:11: i IIr n'. ;.I II. bre.k the tenth cotnrTiano'r.ienf rd,; L. "

finprotemeilt has leairel; a local palronge and he \ to see measures m nevei I f found If( cuir brother; will let us know when Illtlt!
adopted nrelieve giving "aid aol
'islJr 1', "i' of M ihtart itiquctte wili" ;a comfoit' There[ have 1.1
a:m been % j
CJIU !!: point ( '1JI11tralin'lft'w;; : ; .
: eo great tint: cumbnt.itions nf \\.allh, it. He had; not seen iht< hillill to- to its auihor I -, -imiiu'S !K. ,. I I is ;.inotlier round! of Sj.iiiish: marrug1: : (.- -1 I,
forme I 1 pa\s a passing (compliment' i to our i Pol Though lost) on our livcis by steam : ,
talent and influence: arc i ihe I'IJ 1'- lay. I He I made i it :1 1111 not m to (ol"i'I'r t theHouse he cmbarkcel explosion.and: titles to nine (ltIV:: we will :ul.1 l finJway 011 o
( th nffii' jo'js .melcotitracrs bills till In. (C mntr's Father, which i- ; in the same: !boat e with the, believe from try '
pose o monopolizing, < es. .i they came ton- the Se we appieciate we t charae-ier; ('f I lie bo its "
ti-iil; (;ui (he, gilt of I liie lord I nate. He wished one day m to consider" i it. more par icul.uly from this so ii pee : War, I it is not i impossible nor I impiobablc/ I built in the last few years there is not much lo bis part; of the world, amiourselves ) i.e j"

Goycrvtieiit, 'jmljo", roinbtiinlieins I t I act.jgrjjH r The bill being I taken: I p'cry earnest :and I On that: subject 1 could die: t the case of that the War wil :IUI.1 at a safe emit!, reason; to anticipate; any ; ,arising' from defective whether his galls :are so !:;' ;ii'

S l1rQ1agJ iraelhu ;he: 'I&)'l. with j aIO I : able 1Irf'I'hro wl-'r made! :against 1 it, as a Washington. I He I was i Lil-'l'ena nt-('olunel whilst 1 [His I Excellency! will meet his political, ( boiler- him it indsome: as to turn folk's bends. ,. I,
t is well _
ihe enough to be f
view tfirjsrgfi (l1eT profit l/ioi. lei : by) Kvans: Mr.I Cameron, ;and ( of" the u
Adjutant-General State; of Vii- death, and. that too
federalBS w"1l -s4ei \' mll1i'nt and Mr.1 Niles :and others, who declared; I ginia. His by iraumn of tile Mexi : on I the alert to I insure attention and came, MAI.VK.-The seven onrepresentetl e&tiicts .
loyalty was: the fanatical
; ;
They have t ublisiie.i in ijii dry:}' a (.'I-'I' I tint; it was; utterly t i niile: hate I to the .financial kitid which obtains% line.nOloI I I had; rendered caim't'a m-. TheVllis will t take rare of i the by holding up i to view I lie consequences tried it again on the ISth tllr.l'

tral organisation who inw; < vjneip gr at services I I t wis: he v Ito sated I the they beg to J I t that r.i ny ensue to owners and others, m t the and Orrin llIlI. J. H. Nickers ;
In every part of the Lfnued: Xtitc tlllfltIh, Th<*v contended th -I 1 it would) 1 lay ihe foundation : the of be excused fiom taking James K. '
m illlOW
army jfIJanlri by self-sufficiency PII shape of heavy damages, ; lota failure Whig, was elected. 316 to :310.
whom their mandate i is coiii'ijnuicateel and: ] ; pfa bank, --that; t the notes'I the ,
(\'cnl(1 ; rf- I ila. anel
'I I enforced would! be soon below par, -t hat I the loan;, I'II contrived! that t he)Hraeldock should be; yet made I to .give so will quickly push him, out and' let comply with m the irqnircmrnts of the law Edward Follansbee.: \Vhiit i elt\leJJ!

1 The vote upon the Oi egon lull is a melancholy rould not be procured --i that t the issue nf way; to I the regular officeis. his I inferieus in him swim ashore the best way lift can.We rc-lating to common cairieis.L1AI5ILIT1CS the district composed of New CaAtleKelgecuwb. p
proof of the truth i t nf t ibis '". oin.-V Treasury; notes :ai : discount would be I Iheimledile every respect, and (V't;mt. Fiye, :a regular have our hopes t that the excitement OF CWNMIKS. {\

What else but the prcdominanc;, of mere i result I t-ti.nt 1 an wfalll; olihim! officer of I that day, v.-as; 'p\lel; : in command upolllhc slavery emestion proiliiced by Preston A law-suit has lecently been determiuedbefoie -

t a party expediency can explain the 'f.ict: t that (cuiiency would follow-;In m t the toveinment over Washington Conse'ions nf his value I I King's l Bil I will I I be; finally I allayed. as Ihe Supreme Court of Allegh.irry FIKK ix osTos.-That part of B

i ,; erery Democrat from North Carnlini. Tnessee ennnd ) must incr'ls.i I the jeven lie by increasing Washiu Mississippi, Kentucky and i\l. !ollril the rate of Ifllje, war continued ; of .
Illr( -and Ins complaints; weie deemed !I so much importance; and is so rare an fire on the 21st ult. Abut bllirJi ",
jY voted with the Abolitionists t fur the proposition i. as I I it t must, new loans, Iii mist' I be I "!"Olfl as 1 to be amusing., But the stone by means nf compromise-i springi"t i freun example' nf t the due :appiecia'inn: nf life and '
which admits the nf the Federal the 1 of i lle :1-1, I that .itlachinent t; which all Americans : were destroyed anti very many poor j/rui' "
power t Ihn.lizct at I beginning) ; next ''H'9 whiel: the builders I' |"ieti'd became I the feel limb as Io merit I something moro I than; ;.1

j" (QoTerment lo piohibil slavery: permanently : ( jirosper.t of I them would prcvtu 111:11 of the corner ;" ...\\7:1.lin:111 wassubsrcjuently : for t the Union and for one another. Greater I passing mention. The action was: bronchi rendered houseless in the deiilh of "iDler.F '

j JO *fly and nil the territory of,t the United capitalists; (i omn investing their funds in ibis. olleicil a i)11.dll.'!: wih enormous ,il datigcis have been encouute-ied: by I the Republic by Mrs 1 Scanilin to recover il.un.igps for in-
Statex 7Vhat else but this, could induce No mtec'51(1 ii wisjnade on I lIP subject by, :Jippoinlmcnls: II the veiy power j jun"s sustained; by her from an explosion on NORTH CAROLINA VOLtYTEES.'j:
and have all
\' frtry P/emomcrat/ from all these States to the Senate. The- discussion will he continued wlliel had: deemed ) unworthy of m tin- safely passed away- bnaiel;, m the steambei Cutler.Captain Collins. company 'from OrangeCo., under the CO'

;' Qta w,<4U he Nothern Abolilionsts, when to-morrow. The bill will pass almost ;1- ralk of Adjutant-General. His loss; certainly dispeiscd I by t the counsels of I the calm and which occuired on the 17lh March, 1843.The maud of Capt. Cameron passed throc'

a r. 4he.y ldia, the most decided and peiemptorr t unanimously. was: : retrogression but it wastlie; (list wise men of I ihe nation who devote themselves evidence: rt'f'iHII. ifemnnslraleel' t the Raleigh a few since. their WWTLiZHingIon. 'J 1" '
days on
manner ,ref4i6cd to recognise the line orthe The House debated the land bounty bill I step on his 11110( I t imRioitalily.; } The lan e to keep Up t the 111; me of libeity-tei fact of the explosion; while! the boat was ?, '

principle of the Missouri Compromise, but came to no decision., Mr. Schcnct. Washington; fl. the universe. He will I its extinguishment ablest nf lie hail": at Pit"m1iti rg. and pint-eel They carry with llie-m c1
vent the
with the open declaration on the part of W. of Ohio ofFered some rpsolllions ar- never die. Hut of the 800.000.000() pit by wars: of I Ih..IJ. frightful I lossof life and umtilation was I the Register a sacred relic which vt ilL

Preston known io b the repiesema- I'rsling time but they vere not entertained., alive this that of the faction, or t the gales of pari)'. We have its' I
King, war ; ;at day, recollects: t stupid ('oll V live of the Caucus Democrat* of the North, The Texas Capt. Walker a very popular Governor nf Virginia 1 never feait-el for the issue, ,and have daily was Mrs. Scant tin Theboileis of t thelioal "f''pillVe allude lo their Stand 1Tc

that no Northern man would! vote for the and worthy lan by tIme way. Slc'I'ed.well lookeel for some proposition amicable were old nnd worn. and to thir iusufficienev oL'V

admission of slavery iu any .territory here- in recruiting here. He will le-ive with his ((Al exchange paper advertisers a pa settlement of ihe vexed the dreadful I accielent was; i imputed. ors, being the identical flag' I borne tTo
afcer.10 be acquired ?1VJJal else but this new recruits of mounted riflemen on the ,icince, which to be effectual, must question- warranted The .juiy.j acting under I ihe direction of American forces at I the meniorable- b ,

I /*,/ould. J. duce Southern Democrats io be- first of Februaiy to join his regiment. I Iihink I betaken internally, externally, and eternally ; by former similar events, we have Juelgc Lowrie. brought in a verdict for the of Guilford during our ;revolutionary st.\ I

l Ir1y the inte.rrs.ts' of 'fhcjr, fec-tion: of Congress will grant him what the or until it cure" looked for it from tho Whig side of Con- phntiff of $1500. Jn the course of his gif., V V' '_;. "}t r iiV'
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'lis""SoUI'cJ- City Council Proceed ins1 leave to withdraw said petition-lost. And EXPORTS. Apalicliicola Excttaece. ---u. S. Mall Arrirnget

""" ( ir.-1 '1ii* COUNCIL CHAMBER, thereupon, the same was referred to a special NEW YORK-Pcr brigTybee-800 bales cot THE sub'Jcrib'ef Informs his friends THE Steamer"lifa A1XMD.N. .

or his countrymen are InraeJ, WEDXK PAY EVENING, Jan. 72, 1547. committee, Messrs. Day, Butt and Wyman.Mr. ton. and the public irf general that he has become W? McLean, Master, wJ1pr

* rnII; ) 1C (% CS bc the foremost in the Council met. Present, Benjimin S. Hawley, Butt gave notice that he would introduce Perbriff E L Walton-.10)bales) cotton. t the ProprieTor of this above well ,. .: Apalachicola! every Tuefd 4,.

'. )tltIO1 from the Major; Councilmen, Mesrs. Butt, Day, Paysun, an ordinance at the next meeting, to repeal the NEW ORLEANS-Per schr Ana-299 bales known house, and will be pleased to entertain Saturday, at 1U P. MChattahoochec .

';. or Hancock and Wyman. ordinance entitled An Ordinance to prevent the cotton. any of the travelling community that may favor every Monday and Tb_.,, .

rublic 01 politiCs, ZIS flOW, jU the reremCflt The minutes of the Iat meeting were read and erection of wooden buildings,&c.," on certain lot?. Per Perschr echr Octavia Ontwa-99bales 332 bales cotton.cotton. him with their custom, and will also acccmmo- 12 M. She will also make weekly trip to** -

life.At approved. Mr. Day moved, duly seconded, that the Com date resident boarder The bar will always be bridge and Port Jackaon. Leave Bainbri4 ftfrf.

of 1u1jV.tC III \VashtingtOfl Mr. Day presented( the Report of the Chief mittee on Fire Department, be empowered to have supplied with genuine liquors of the chnic. t Wednesday niht.! Leave Pott Jackivo tstrtl

reCT convivi at cchebr1iOn Engineer, which was received and rend by the printed 50 copies of the ordinance, establishing a IIUUNEII1TELMUEM3Ff. quality. JOHN PATRIDGE.Apalachicoh Sunday night. j..j

a of the c1)CakCrS. fur a series of Clerk, and so much thereof as relates to the procunn Fire Departmentad(1ptCsi. Nor. 14, 1516.) Every attention will lie paid to Ihe nfiriy aorf'

otie of Mr. CLAY, Ladders and looks, nnd forming a Hook Mr. Hancock moved, duly seconded, that the comfort of Pawengerj. and strict attention Ii wr*

ear the poliical pponeOt and Ladder Company, aa well as that part relative Committee on Contracts be empowered to con PORT APALACIIICOLA ... February! marshal Honse. buamess confided to the Captain or Clerk of tb.,

)iimsef and the oCClSi011 IJV resectfII1 to Fire Bucket*, wa* refeired to the Committee tract for the painting of the new engine house- HAVING taken the above establishment Coa-* Dec. 2G. 1S41

htJnOreJ hils Country.A the Fire ordered adopted. ARRIVED. -' formerly Armistead's Ho-
the Man of on Department, and thcreport (
For !
; UuiOflS 10 r'Iersin to be printed with! the proceeding's. A communication from Messrs. Green &. Con- Feb! 1-Schr Bengal, Crouch, fm New York ;; ; ; teiy) t am now having it neatly fitted TIlE f.fvifrpool j jri' ; 5-

1)a1er. the jjubliriii The Hoard of Engineers of Jhc Fire Department nry, selling forth the manner in which the with loss of foremast, main-iopma, and foregaft.Schr II I up, so that I may be able to make superi'r Bntiirf fifp JESSIE,
thii occurrence, j wharves and Cinderillrf Httbbard lot lidvana.Schr Oljrcr, masfef. ran take the balk
to are crowded with cotton, complaining i all who call comfortable, and flatter
1ipropriatC | respect; (fullv rep'Mt to your Honorable body, Ontwa. Corsden. fm New Orleans. ->f-50bale( cotton fct tbt ate Aimed
an of same as a public nnisante, and asking the myself with the hope, that those who call may
adds : a list of alarms, fires, &c., since their organization of an ordinance to have all cotton removed Feb 2-Schr Julia, Van OildVn, fin New York. be induced to continue theif The Pt it. For treight,applr ?o
anti passage patronage.
viz; Feb 3-Bri Isabella Matthew fm N Orleans. >>b G f
bccn repres'ntedi f DAV I
()fltfl within a certain after the landing thereof Stages all with and in the absence of <
period stop me,
henry Chy i 1.-On the 2-2d January, l .',, at t 3 A. M., a Feb 5-Schr Pauline, Youn?, fm New Orleans. "--
1dnaie anhiiun ; received and read the Clerk, and onmo* either of them, who her will For
iil1: .if i fire was discovered in building No. I Columbus was by Steamer Auqusta, McLean, tin Chattahoochee. passengers step LlVerl,00I.
he N entirely disconnected| fioii flock, an alarm wa given, and the fire etmK lion of Mr. Day, duly seconded, was laid on the Steamer Mary A Moore, Moore, fm Cloumbus. meet with no detention, as private conveyance TilE up ror rrppered) 3.frtrptf<

11Lirs. we vihI!! say of him now, vvlnt iIhfl i with burketsot waerstore wa< unocrnpud taM-. Steamer Viofa s Van Vejjhtpn, fin Col.imbu can be had by application to me. The Eastern fatened sp Ii.iflIdI 2' fl fJX

that lii ; atnh inn i ira1h1er4)r h three of fire, The following accounts were passed and allowed Steamer Champion, Cadwallad, fm Columbus. Stage arrive on Monday, Wednesdays and Fri WELL, (iati;>Ii. ia: -ffr. JsaYiii all

Mt II e ever L linn lii,,irhf. If t it p'Kud)except to proceed% lighted ciirar, rarelcsslv sup-) viz : Steamer Boston. Morton fm Columbus. days, at 7 o'clock, A. M., and departs on Monday cargo on boast and n ss. il.M il;| have smnieclista
Ins country lion a int.lGl 00 Steamer Ap.tlachieolarhiatnn. fm Colnmbu ?, Wcdne A.G.SeminesCityAttorneytol3tb
desp r ri .
[fs.s..sse I% apply to tfw" Cau
could cc.41ce1y preserv tlir< wn cotton amount los about 10.On Columbus fm ,
.e..i ; and checrf.ilhe % -'.-- the 20th! l'ehru try, 1J l J, at 1 P. M., Steamer Charleston, Freeman, fm Columbus. [
Vt equanimity; the
ntnnrkable R. Lucas, City Watchman to loth inst . .5 00 arrival of the Eastern, and returns the
reme- a :nokcwa discovered tram sti re No For Ei'llool.
vrlncli. in deletorv.c.oyn: < i-sums T. T Roan, do. t-j l-'th int . 1'2 00 same day, at S o'clock, p. MThe Western -
3'>, %Vai.-r Mici-t, an alarm W.H made, and the CLEARED. TIfF.I .tlTs-rls.r: 1'a .tIERs1:1
di in- ;
affair have ever The follow ingbills presented and refei red Sfaze arrives here in time to late the Eastern can
i fire o\tin< nihfd uilhou! >t 1 E canv were Feb 2 Pchr Ann Rogers fm New Orlran ; 'the' 'u'c' o0s: rjle
fl.llull' ;! tie < igme- line and .ff ** V'ke? J <* cntti n lor theme
.ih departs and
?jSeJl.rtili- ( .1111 ly to the Committee : nn Mind-iys. Wednesdays
r'i T. '
addict i in f.rc pi;ice of S'9 a-id "0, cotton I bein I'fb 3 lingTvb-e, MeCormacU.forNevv York, a .i!> >vc nart d j> .tt. F" r frei.j! t apply to
lel-H..jj,, P. (for Engine..1 50 Saturday, at y o'clock. A. M. By this line
evrtv il for
iii.iiist41 |u Laprade. < Noursf. Si & Co"Sclir .
|he : one
docs sto'.vedazanis-I he 1 lit tor, took tirthsa'u! ? !0. j y 7 *
the \\ tiis ua.nns.o .!- H. I". Abell, for oil fi.rEiKTine. . . 10SI Ontvva, Cor.sden, for New Orleans. pa enseri will take the Mail Biaf at ChatUhoo- __ __ jLD
uhrtlieriea.l.n- .T --On the I lOthOctolvT! I ISM, at 1J A.M.,
oMi'fe; I. K. I the | i Thoma-, fr board ol Paupers. . 5 19 Schr Cmdprella Ilubbard, for st Marks.Frb4 chie for Apalachicr l.t on Mondavi and Thnr davs. -i-; :Tc\: York, \viili lc.
il> cIa rze. or three di.tirict i fin* wax ntrliv
t A man Charles Robinson, fur labor on Engine . .0 00' -Br:? E Walton, Howe, forNew York, A. MARSHALL, Proprietor. 1I1E rerit .
of the adversary. time one nitden bmllin< on Commerce St., .r hsrIgRtftEj.f
WWr ; ini ;
superiOr ) Charles Johnon tr labor on Engine..6 00 by Dodge V Prat Quinsy. Qr-tob 27, 1S1G. novll 43-tf
Jihwefc/i nt powers lHtIt lecl that no iTiidvvay bet\\ren Centre and Chesii\it\ ts., known O motion the Council then adjourned. Feb 5-Schr Octavia, Knowles, for N Orleans. :F FISIIEn. Cor.kli. malrf. K.r2e.
l.ovvererelrvaie.l. could add a en- a" the Cloy Club house," the cit ii e 9t1'Iie- i For Kent, (:r 4p|
office I stat ii re" of that lame which lia alady )- c'Ti..t inZ '.1 t 'otkii l)1 Ild uns-wa de.trc ed ; LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT.SHIPS. TIlE Property on Centre st. known as buntPrvtr.
i hit to the shadows!) over the! am t her occurred in store No. 3'1, Wattr street, COMME1ICIAL.CorroNTeIegrah1ic :: ;; the City Hotel. Apply to Jan. 4 \Vafrr streef.

cast us canned: by B. Eliunn &, Co. and T I I. &. C. H.An :a [novai] D. B. WOOD & CO.

work! ). _ tin, and the thef in NO. 21Watert Jesse Oliver! (579 tons, for Liverpool! loading For :Vcvr I' -
omipicdby E. B. Wlntmnr and I). B. Wood news of the arrival of J Dav .y c<>- Stores for Kent.STOKll .' rs'gzhr ;fiackif baric .'fl&'flJ:
LorT1A" U. S. S1N.tTor.-Pi"Irfl "Hibernia" leached Tuesday but inconsequence \Vavcrly. Smith$ 5.J9 tons, for Boston, !loading rc. G in Columbus Block L I, Did.visti! r. F'r: '
i I &. Co t liom the l.u.t two fire-* the flune-s sjrea 5, the us on 1J 15 Wood & Co. 'I.--, rc'i4h !.sT )3$

Smile, E-q- li! been elected 1 ic the Lesislattiif >

hit the vacancy in the 'rti :e 41f the liriric l,uii.lnj in ter of No. 3U, tuIttil.z! enC"i.nfnv cmalar? till yesterday, there was but little done, [ loading-Sunsi Cii.. St re N-J 2, Bi. ck C i.n Water s-r. Apt -11"1 DODGE & rlxrr -

to th de.nh! .f : stitet, kniras t the "Cmtrn I Hnu l e." 1'urFdaV.edr1esday, or Thursday. The few Constellation, Fhtner. 276 tot .-, for Genoa, loading P1Y t NOUilSE, STONE CO. 4''> Wifr stre.-(.

1 ;&Itt t1 ISt.;!': urra-s'mne'l by l -Ji.i.- ."> and :'U t, W..ter *trcct, par I it liv daj ?.'.]PS nude weie at irngular price, generally -Ls Fred E IJugas.B Iee' 2"i 40 Water street.Drelljii 4'or Jioxjtozi. niJli (lf.ti)utcli.

\IexiuuVr) P.-tir-.w. Ii! > term j t:ud Catlsif.t !ir.- i'.riItrfin-e..tiizztccI loss \RQUFS.Magdalj TJ1K --i f.i-f
l.itnr.iVi'j after the > .t n r ?aiir. ship If'.iJ'KIiLY -
the however st to $c advance Yesterday if? for Rent.MTHF 2
York loadinsr
for New
id ,j a'id hu Id lliidgf5, Ifl55 -
i H) ith
the -1th of M.UTItrt. ei I : ir.a-Nr. will ail tt
tvili expire on active demand ; small hwellirsr! HuUs latelv .
ice mail disrniitiied sprUng UP Ar Pratt oc '
an Dodge
ut't .rn vvus > .
1.-On th<> 'J'-'b: Drciniber, nn alannva* ..Er5i 'JuVC. I ''? ,. ;-rtt f(,
vvh.rh. I time the I linn.1 S. \VDown* Hud rising 2')0) ) bales changed hands, pundipally Robert Watt, John on, 494 tons for Liverpool, i bvilr W A McKenzie. 1u.4src. : '{ jo.
No. '
.it s-'iiniUvl three tnrr.nck bcihiiiu .1V.iter ) ni
trot > ) loading-Hill, Daon ifc Jo NOUR SI-ONC&. co. __: -ia2 _ i: >fi L> & . six J P. P. flu- ;taken by one o,> rator. The advance on prices,
street,' Lipradi ili.ut
nw ji-ir by
ti:1,;! take I.-" *":". 11) Mer-ey, Cofiin, 372 tons, for Liverpool, loading Dec 2'l l's'atr! Frec-t I'EJ1 Ill1ii2l4piC.
( I ami <.tltis-cau-e, the 4..vnb"ilm IL of f a pre ions lo tie! arrival cf the steamer, is full c. ; j P.iv.V Co.
l"i clio-wi ..T the last SP>M II <> Ti IC III54)) .
uviiii j kt-tilt! 't cnriiini-tihli> matter, llaines eMi'ignished 10i for Good Middling, b'-mg about the prices Sarah ShiPat afllsIU1 tons, for Baltimore, load- For Sale, 4--- ;:jritl_ 'i.IIL-i1f .SJIE.I'J ;
tjqr, ht-r
f ih-) II"IIHMIatud'e.l | cnsr., ear'c', tinder
', 1t.:1..l.i'lire. I'mili s4 Z -lo.sabut ?'). there in the in?-Cbas Rog-raA: Co. THE Ho'i-ie the of Chestnut
id on
te pi y-terday. To-day is a pause 1i__ corner ck, b,
41341! were elected l liv then J > -Oi: unlit ot 1st JanMary, IS 1 17, between Covenanter. Patterson, fi2! tons, fm Liverpool, ;I and Live O. k streets known the ;zsi'g: on ird. Fc r deck trughts
few liun-
rr ii) market, lit? sales only! amounting to a J & Co. as s-r |Mi ;t-, a; ply _
lu I iitl! 11 I'Vlock, IM alarm v\a< suunded the waituis- Day _Jjj.: Gold.tem II..n=;e." Apply to :, :; a
di.'i !) :.5. tit:LOS. Clhi.Fnfl; > fc ro.
lnI9Si'I) I ia/v.i H Itmldin near tt.f iari\: !, kno\\n a J4 I GREEN &. CONNKRY.
*' Frfi1r.-Vesscls continue scarce the Isabella, Matthew, 143 tons, fin New Orleans, _
l J'.urid be very
\V.\a-A 1)9cn.i- t'i Oi.l i S''h>i 1 1 ll"'i
: hF Tine j llie and ;;>c 'Jily extif: 'iisl.etl-cause nnkiioAn- tirrivals fmin, sea lliis week b'-ing confined to a C FMiT. Conklm, 122 ton, for New York, For Sale. (bite T tuii\ \

l II1 Nl.iiiiu..t' -Mi.I (;t.r.h JJi 411 T\. \wl, nihf lrl'n.r. niiijV.e ("schoorK-r, one of which Ins been taken loading-Dodge & Pratt.Cl THE Hou e situated on Comrr.rrcp, BOOT AND SIloi: MAKER !

I 411 i i fnvc tsrder. III Ills l I.tie | i': -o-it->tli rista'it. the tl. or baarn": < f s'oie No.jl forBthiniore al 1 1-KJc.(; Vessels loading for New irion. -, fin Bonaire, discharging-Chas fp, j.rj betwt en Forbes* street and the F'icrida CONTINUES to r this htisiVn

C l tniri5.i- k vvoic toui.d to b'( rn lire- fill Hog-= & Co.WHOLESALE. .e 5l'rorn'.ii2Ji, >, 2f present occupied b (Iheuli -: __ carry n
fur small lots ,
III I ll.tH-I f lI York li.ive obtained Ic. to up. > r A; 4n.ieh'e..ta, i'S udur! IK-
: c.'I. .>, )<-rt in tire p1 l ice. store No. 2. -- < .crib-r.
ic- | The hmse. i is in ord repair free .. lsw !
; itt. Hit
No new ens igem 'nt to 13s ton. Foreign Freig.isrrinuun City 1 of. Centre .
.: tIt ,: ., iit :t I ii" 1( l.LIu'; hui hi j 7 O.i 7;!i !n-.tnttat I 1J A. M., :i uenpral cry tiirhaisrt's. PRICES CURRENT. (ruin all li.cnn.brancet., with a goed yard and well lhi '?ienrr; ivt.rknen. he
J of \\tr\ 'vi s mrultd-.iiuiiibrr it t bil 1 e..ttsni o"vvatfr! -it i4 i well calculated JV.ra'sniall H
I i i. N..t)i.rn )e u famuy. th-it all \vho may ;palr-Piyehim will find
Titt' i vvt i l I.rtind to be nn tire at I the up.i; r Pr&- sI AKriCI.K". i JP. C. n r Attached tn the premises j is a good stable. 1'ir that tlirv n-ve called af liV ri_hf shop. Frcrsch
I IJ 1 -uiJ L.ityvar.
COTTON rs'l'ATuMLNT..Stick
:l.ilZ, a <2 riilV)!rj'H I IV'jr-s 'tie ten lule-i de-nryed-l.r.zne: Co. BAGGING, KntucIivv..7..7nDundee 11 a 12 tertn<, apply to Call Ski's, Morocco, and Patent Leather Bt ifj

.. TinI I t" iorrau .t j' jt.ult"1 t\t\; t>f- j N,n 1. \\ii- fir-'Hij'tly at I tbo >ci>in>, tir.ti \>\ I the.r. : on innd : u--n: M. CARRIGAX.For or > :'dc t. rder, it the hff f nr.jf nof ap-
ir'r' i -v- rtit'i'.n !---5 bv Ihe ciliZcri., an tAteii ivo }:'
tff Ifffii-jfil : tin < Peduat.l a I wtvlc. He
u.ilt.iu n (
< Burut s-inc lit .t.1It. IIY( ) preys ;viil al's keep it hand lareu
j t
w a
t w f
fjt. Hr ;ff sWf/'i'; ;' Iffaffrfr ffctu'f'tf ir .<*!,/ e'. .11 t.d:3Ji nn d-itib '..v.ij'r..-* elite.-c.ilI-e atn'i'jjril -ws BALE nOPi:. Kentucky. ... ll.j 5 a ( fteitf, -- and selected! a .;.\vn: t bout ... ItManilla __;? TWO Front Ortices, No CG Wafer st.Apply .
cii.dcr lco sUjrn Northern. -
itarerfin tltc1'nilC'l t i tinluiiinij I :: ueC''ived i a-t 3 days.. .. .. ..S.JMS Shots a-d Rt-ngans. All taendln
4,' l'if' m"ir.n rf th'Ji irz Pestt&i: s1t'ti 1e.viir.; .* pteviouslv .. . 3loT5 ,.. .. ..ib| a ; ; ro with reafrif and &c., done
:';'ii'r.c. I Hf I nslie d i n ;lrt(U I te. TJie l U-arl <.f E-i incers wn'iM i infmin i onr 'TotalII.poilfd . .- .jDt.I) .1S2.53; BUltlVV.,. .. ... . .cwtj .z:3.Q Ja- 9 GPEEN & CONNERY : pr 'rrl.tcde, and n: ferm&
\Ie\iro. .Vc'.. J-y wlh a (YIf'lfll lt' H'iit-.ilikls'! I that zs"e'rds'e witii l'\e- : p-t 3 days . . .].!-9irovioulv > Pilot,. .. .. . ... cwt| 5 a cari'if-t t tail to be uco-nis-d a< in*
.. la.t/il; > COFFEE, Rio. ... .. .... 8? Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, &c. with fh- c-otnrietiticn in trade ur.d the cl! iscr.Cfc
Sutcs !ill! be tor.ufd 1 to liem in slavery Total ... . .- 179.H: 16557 Havana,. ... .... ...H' < f th" tsn.e--
th' inii hit. np ru ililNJe4 .he city intti I three precinct-, -arb: if S _ _ Java. .. .. . .. .. .. it,1 10JiCA a in3o THEundersizned I ha.just received! Apalachicoh, October 51. -12-' rri
I':ZI % lint l ld.rtilMr. which i".ivc bee;, I tK'rona.lev.iii.niul! at.u rep cleared..o7U7i! CK.9G MILES *,Hrm,. ... .. .. .. 3u a g? fr >m the Nursery of Winters 4o Co ,
jfr : jrl* ir.we Is i tl.e 'uidt! -itsi.d.. Oii hand and sin tliipboard not CORDAGE, Ma-ulU,.. .. .. .. Ibl a 12 L I a choice lot of Fruit and Orni- ( 1ift.-I 1-R Vt-t, I.Tsalebv
if.'o .
U'M t Ime- r Ai-ted. it hz. ss'sjfl'J! cult Hemp.... .. .. .... IblTaueJ a 124 __n mental Trees, Shrub and Plantaiui.n -, ] H F. A BELL.A .

'1'tit .1.etrin. :'ely ; ci ron: tie ...TR.T- IT '.( ''uiiatit* nt hiihhri4anil i r- EXPORTS OF COTTON. FHOM. Idl'J AP.'ILACHICOLACuaniie.icissg and ... ... ..IbiCIDER. a 12's v\imh will I I be found Carnation, Tulip'. i olice.

(I iend' ol Itt 'll1li4li-r.l'i4)I 4)U> the fli r of ,; -r j\r.i:; : t" ei.sore c itety. .\ wtw.-n uihlitii; i Iri r mj'teiin l5f5.wiurnr.R T.. ctin iiietililI Xorth-rr. ... .... ....bbl' GOODOMESTIC a Honey Sstckle.. Roses, Althea, Dahlia's, Hvacvnths LL buildups not proiiiirdvtl Fire BuckJTJL -

coiifti table'' h i- 'c I will we trust, pt site : PflPiT I Shirting*, yd a 74 City
tIngre. y?<- C !.J'e aM Chest eut -t reel!-, 1.1 direct jxpor.rr.n. :lihtvu-lvj & Sheetings.....yd! a 10 which are to b.? sold at invoice price*. Ordinance. 20( f n r btfrre tl.el-t iV February

to their South* ru al'ue*. xjoliti'! !i ri'an ddimncc now AiMi II $ 16 H. F BELL, vvl! b-
Tit'ing .yd a reported to the Cit Att.r-i
Liwri-oc.! ... .... ... ,, .IXH..I.J2: .:J7UOXant ) -Jfl 11 Corler Chetn'ir a-d y.
Ho\ U. II. \Vnn. A N"w Oil) fiC. < The I : Ci.iIt! S'Cii in.-er and Asitantwill cLuilyivaii ilatr.. ... ... .. . .. . ... : .. .. I. .. Cottnnud5.P! 14 a 22 Wafer t3IJell D. U. WOOD,
111f I t'.flfl .' !tirI7I 1 icl. t'i''t:. i-i\'s 1 l anv rif.tnnatioti romir.unica-! / .. ... .. . . '. . i- .. Calico Prints,. .. ..ydj S a ?} & Lawson, Jan 3f> Chief Er.zjne .r, Fire Department. -
4I led f J .tud j'l cuiiplau.l ol .. Kentucky Jeans,. ...jdtD1TK a 55
i eMi.itt:; ni.-! rriet. .. . .. IMPORTERS
( |).- il ) to the il 1iti; r : lit).tt I' '. .ri Tri1: .ststrh.J TsI. .ns.s .. .. . . . .. . . . . R-I-M ... ....yd|, 13 a i-J COMMI,=.
.. Di vosire (4t i! i'r !.j.Z4'n1 }nin' : old The t i';.i eI apparatus; !>rl 1141:1: *o t.f! citj.'i U.lerpoit-. . DYES I: Lo.-vv'il., CjiivHac-uy.u. ->;i| Jan 23 Bii.NBtuDGE, GEORGIA rpHEiVcribtr J. ba. j-i-t receveJ, ,.cr b rk'-
Manilla from Ne-.v
Oil it. I i ; ln i> w.-.v I'ttist hi (Tnij p 'X Fu-tic.. ..t. ... !. ... ...,. ton; nor Enthi.'h ,Cambric Punts York li-JOO sjle pieces *up ,
%ar.U'lif Si. < 'li.irie"s V<- \V-U who .e' : I: , .-. (I:, itiry e \"e\v York . .. .i2tii

i%h i wruteIv 1 tvri.Pi to II,' oty, anti would retM'i.rwrnl' t tto'.cti !: .1(i21 ItL1l' .2291 WeMern. .. .. .. .. .bbl!: 575 a (JIM) ( on Boston, Providence, New Jt1' l'i FRANCIS

; ife w t.ri.r i'Uvo strong! L.isler-, 1'J' fieli 11,11 td.'I'hii.t; ; .' !. .I FISH, r .I. .. .. .... ..hox! 250 a 4 30 EXCHANGE and KOPMAX.
4. \1 hf. i- ii o t'ie >'iT m-r !i' : i .M ''I, in Irtish. :iIs. two ;t! < rs 2'M' 1. ( t m length, Daliitnore .. . .: .1221 Mackerel, No. 1,.. ....bbl.: a 12 (Os) utore bought, sight checks receive per schooner Elizabeth from-

Uicli-inl I HenryMJiof I (I ircia.. Nuts | .tl--, a ivvo win1! 1 truck'o cry I tii<- itnf, arriar'vMx New Orleans.... .731. .7'.32lS' .12JS No. 2.. ... .bbl0| (H' a 700 on New York sold byWILLIAM JUST- Orleans:

.. other lorts-. . .12G2 !2a.12S; | No. 3,. .. .bbljSWHIIIMIING a COO G. PORTER & CO.
Hi.uud i- hk t'.l! winter's- =t : :ii.; the! rrnjtio.i; (1 t :t c mp-lHy to ti-i- 20 Flour; 13 d >. Whiskiy;
-,... .. .. ... .. .... box| 100FUL'IT a Dec ) Agents Bank of flrunv\ick.
lint, ih'- lu tre tfijtt! e; ::le l i s', i< \ri inimtn '*n<11. -chiirrf < f all OM i\ami'iatioV. we li'cii T&ittiCsastwj.l'9i.1iti7.4"' .1ti7:3.J3.37 Almonds .. .. .. Ih'n 2 bbl!* Moionahpl-t Ji; 5 fc ., Layj .

,! 1il ; :>nd) tlf thunder ni his ctJq! tire i '*ut fn.f I bo<.k, and hat with I the -halt! bro'pn; . > .17&i)J1.Tri5.T/- Kaisin--,. ... .... 275 a 300 ''I HE iind-r->!:;ned continue to make advances 5 Mess Perk ; / d>. Fannly! Bert '

4 ofi h' 1 at ihe b t r. ah' 1))-is nil elesiiTr i :inolh inf is !-.9ul-lt; (-, tLc-c can l bo rarrirdilh Prun '. . .. .. ... lb 20Currants' a 25 A. on Cotton consigned '10 their friend* in Liverpool For sale! by EDWARD M'rCULLYWl ,
> '\- the Lt'hei l and 0 ir S men: H deci.f suRinetit 1'AS: ENiE R ,. ... .. .. .lb 1t'lgs <> a Havre, Boston and NevV York.D. Jtn 16 Wafr street.
nid doe
% ;im-tcc.I : : an 1 1 iiti'leiM *"not to l.-n; a 1! ink ansi Liddir Co. J ,.. ... .... ....drum. B. WOOD & CO. ) JL'GMN .No. Ju anil It,, at ; ;
| till cite tor a 1u'l s fee than .>no. Per =Mtner Ansn* a-lr) rarnoclun; MessrsIII ... ...' 700FITRS. a i\.inulJclurer <
I MI '
U'o1-! ?(* > iCjort| that I lie new Esgine has no 1) Dardt-n) Walter Vouii?, L M bkipj>er, and Lemons, Dec 5 7 Columbus Row. L price, by C. iLMSO\: & CO
All "-1! ; jrni.4 -should) !tt rewardedNiM / 1 I, i.t'-ri: 4'! T< rciuWe aNo bcs to call! attenI !1)-) VanP'rMeainer-'. Otter,. ... .. I Jan 2;} : Wafer sfre'er.
FEATHERS: .. .. .. .. lbGUAIN 'tjOTWE-SAMUEL BENEZET is my doIy -
"I I r. I he ini cf is rd in. ; c.', JI Columbus! -Messrs J S Vain and
%VI.1; l 14 INT. The Ions; diavvn :tvIi ,- Oats,... .* hu.hCorn ; <..> a I N authorized Aqent during my absence from ICeJtle
I 1--11.t ntrlm t Bucket*, with i I hut thrt-o eVept.i" II W tttt.'n.I'.rreirtIPr. Mills and Cauldrons,
< Go a Iarge'
.bush 2S SUGAR
*. nu.I wr .ire favored with .1 boat ..... .... .. > a the State of Flonda.Dec .
) iv.-i tt-.1 .1 !iti.l'i| is provide*' with -te! same. Charleston! -M \ sr. Woodhall, IVv- HL\S . . . . ... bH-7! a HH( ) CROCKETT KERR tnff aprrmn pattt-r-. If'.nn tin* U l .iv._ Thi Fiint.1 \Vlniuiarli I ; )I, 'I'lj
v.a-'r.; al nuVdnt?*- tqsl t il1i-tdUdtiIZ "lions t elmts! i t have L b en nijdtiv! Cdrriker. HIDES, ((5rei-n; .. ... ... .... ....114 3 a 3* Sheriff's Sale. ----

'1.ty. li n'eju-k M .. ikrcc' li ii ii AJMlacliicnl.1. I'i'Jn. a< wrll t a< iiv mil Ic;ilial; I riUsoris t I tlu-y (find) Per steamer Chi.iiiisisun-tr C C Greene, lady, lrv) country ... ... Ih a virtue ot a writ of fieri tacias, issued from Platronu Settles.2UUO .
child and howell arid
: Ti'.f rivtvrol'; thi) eiatl iniiild it I imji'js-tble! I to i I'inn; a compari; > t tak'-. chirge; ofI'ie Urovvii. servant; Meas-rs> Ridjley, IRON, Enq.ish,. ... ... .. ... lb' ;Ji a 5 BY the Clt-rk's otSce of the Circuit Cout, for Ibs. Platform" Scales ;
... ) 5 I Ib*. do.
Swedes . .. Ibj J a
!(i vvll to ta'ire l9T ahuard ps Hoop.. .. . .. .... .. ..Ibi a S county :J! 1G.HJ: lb. Beam j complete for.x-tton w eiich.inz .-
'! dr.iti to in'ik- pnfl'ihir MIJK. {11] .idn di:-nri'-i: rr.-'C 't i'i re I D jiartiiieiit, i isiasmHc!) rlnUreri! ; l>r Lockhart. Capt t> Sutton; "MessrsUrtiier. Sheet... . .. .. S a 10! ri.ia, and to me directed, wherein David Webster For sale bv

Is C.nPa'tL 1 I. -rliiii iii'livnlijl creating a i Per -teanler Augusta M Allen are defendants, I have levied and will -- .
'hi'ili'e' '! ih-' jKiuernf l her present one, -In'wi'liT.t Edward A Ru-iell JJ Wacliobe upon --- '
J'i-t' (Ni-nj):II,. I ii it- rtsvivna.a1 .t Ely. hIstttl'.iU! t LUMREll offer for sale before the Court House do.r, in the rio\y ?r Seeds.

t do.i'it' vvnuld li rj riiVPii a try nniI.t' r- !'. -t:i Jurv duJv-a.d that t a company G W News-cm, R A Crawfonl. Boards,; ,. ...M city nf \palacliicola, an the first Monday in AN assortiii-i>t ot': Flo.- ti St-tds/iust received* i'JIPec
) 41 I hl Per s-teainer \ttl.t-\lts 1 II P.iigbe daughter ... ..M1 700 10 00 ..d for sale
;Ps ( iIll4ln, Ui lfl pie'4Ilit < Jjii: .- to have <J ttit-jn-c-lvtx under the inderv.iut Mi l I Hutrliinson Mes J Yellow a March neJct, 15 17. within (the lesral hour, the by -
: ; t> ; >rs lLlt 1 A '
t. ,nV-r. i-. flI"1 iiia hi itii i-jiJ its I es independehtM -tnvps. .. ...... .... Ml Jan 30 J c ALLEN.
taitrr rLiiriifg I
n' r I Ruth'MforJ, A 'I; Semm'-sj J M .fimjyon; Mas-ter 6"ak following properly, to wit: one negro boy named
12 00
I leads .. .. Mi a
i <.,1.! I in -i:iv '\j).'n* *<. Tliiv p< lbi uv.l ill ciU tmlnuwv*, vc' an; u-irit; and w.lluc' I Ilntchin'-oii.I White'. Heading. Fleming a-ul one negro man named Isum, levied Lamp Oil.

*;>'_ l< .i; 4u. iin itH.MJMrM: r\p") t,i us.-, inof thiEI I r IU -< belon: m t'i the city, J'erttatiier Mary A Moore-A Stow, Johnson . .. ... .. 5 a (1 upon as the property of said defendant, and to be ; strained,a splendid article for sale'

1.1P"y Courier.wcU'rt ami <*o? f< iin to (Le uiiertHins
| tli.i-i_ h in 1-J lh'--ii <-hts hilt subject t.i tinireo'jiinaiuji .. .... .. .... .... ..... I 13MUL JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff Jj _
t\ \l-;>; jin .p< ihrutl h hf' vviJlioiila tior I the ord i tiiees of lie rue I)epa ri- : FROM TlJE INTERIOR. SSES, N. C). . .. .. .. By his Deputy, BE.NJ. LUCAS. S a II.

1 lI'I' f.iir its inslili I I'*M l IaV ill*; tt-itt, ;uii.i i not /.iiiiti to lo( tn a COiIiarei! Per steamer Ansuta-2 i biles cotton to H Ellison NAVAL STOtI 2 00 a 2 50r Apalachicola, Jan. 2'J, 117. 3t r'nSCK car; ) ol" British bark-
'''in; l lr mitt-Holc-if.: The huh" that 1p.tcd r i i- ill. t I lt> | t ViIOi.kWe \; Co; 4 to U G Raapy: 2J do and 2 boxes toIMCCO )a ;utu,.bal a 4 Os) L '-f kF I.J' Covenanter, toraK afl
il for the eltaie i Potter vV Co 6 b des and 1o.sun,. .1)1)1 1 50 a 2 Os) Sheriff's Sale. Jan 23 J \YSiCO.-.-
deen Win (
thei-foie expedient I \\ to cot'oii
nri ; ;
l I 1rs.n 'Ct, or < -
| rn ti demy ... a :; ot) ._______.__
Ill I 'he city. I hit the Legislative enactment Ot! 9Ioxes tobacco to Lucklurt & Young; G da to virtue of a writ of fieri facias issued from
Cttiiiiit: Ije-i but n st-iy tenement vvanUm TIioPreston.. N .1 .. . .... ... .... 3 ::50 a 5 Os) BY the Clcrts! office of the Court, for Dry GOOdS.r .
:Ma cii i l.'ilh;: 1 I" I 11 I bet-. altered or air.ended
: ) a-
.. 90 I 25
tinailiiinun of ihai wliirli ini''s! ihe O1L .. ... .. a fILLINGS Ticknc* Ci.ilon 0-n-abor
: : IVr -teainer Columbus.' I to John J Cohen; the ol Franklin, Western Circuit ct Florida ?!;
tI Jea'.e it etiJirc-lv tn ui'jr own \>i ... a )
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trnitl tuilv the M.iclav: Ktinbro'i; h lot) Ch '. R ( ) I Lir, KtTJeatK Fiaat.eU
whole UM-tul. Y mr old i 1W( to : :; ; to < igersA and to m? directed, herein Henry Allen e>s Blankets t therein I 12 I 59SO ,
O'-fae I ;privileges uratited."c .. .. .. .gal a
ni'iift\ of| :\ vvdttrin -;i sort u? uaini>h hit n \\ s-iinit: lifrewiih, a Ki-jioit atid epv[ r.fP. McKenzie: Co; ft) to 25 I llarper.V A N McKay I Ht.lines 2.: )S9 lo to J 8fann Wvhe A 7: ..... ... .... .... aCatt plaintifl'aml William S. Nell is defendant, I Tvvted-'. Shirtiri-, Sh ftm <, Cheeky
' 1 IMJVV nit : to ; . . .. have levied and will offer for sale befue Gf'ijhirr: Calicoe-i, Del, -u hT'sierv, 5tc. ice;
.. the
| nr :.1 |iroh ue ti) a )pbv a .)< ti |JoM"n Em- i. No.'e I. to Win (; Porter .V Co 7 inSirn-A; Cheever. upon
tUt tiddler. ben t'i call vuur attention to t the ere:,t d.i- Per feaiint ('h.rk.1ori-225; b sI.s l r.jtt fii to J J .. .. ... .. I 73 a 2 00PrOVfSLON Court House door, in the city of Apabchicola For .aler.y C ELLISON & CO'Jan

The fiace <' 2flI,'. utg I lirj;<' amounts cf Cotton to I C- (olifn; 2(11( to U Elii.onV Co; 121 to I Harper Ar Pork, 'tCs,. .tIfI. 13 (it) a 1350 the first Monday in March next Is 17, within -j:7: !21 Water streetHATS
/ Iritis main on the wharves for an indrnte space tsfIitt' Holmes; lid I ) to Maclav vV-: Kiii'.hron'-li; 27 to A XMcK leijal hour, the following property, to wit : one
i < h t ol I Iiemo cntcil to I lie Prime, .bhl a 11 50Itteon :.nJ C-'s bv t eae low lor cash bv
nnving i a jii 27 to Lockhart A: Yonn; 23 to Wylie i5cMrKenzie man named Fleming and "
believe that such laue y; negro one man
quantities negro
as we S 91I'
'. .. . a B. ELLISON & CO.
l i'V "' a br* cli of rase, which 15 lo howard j promi-i- isvt'CIdCflt ; the of said
lajins I t tliiisexpoM-d ea y ut i nitK n ma> it canvassed, .Ib 9 a upon as propeity .
iht Ilo ton 7'ovf iniimntes vvus rej-entlv tried! <>r t throu !b willuliie"I &et on fire \\ ithImt I'-r steamer ClMinnton! 124 -A 133 N bales McKay cotton lOG( to '4 Sides.. .. ... .... It) a 7 defend.-, and. to be si>13 to satisfy said writ cffieri :?'or Sale.
Lockhait t V Young to to -
"' ;pnnklesbiira.) n jilnco) we d'iod, until tJial MadaV A; Kim! roiigh; : 97 to Wvhe A: McKen/ie; (4 .. .... ;5 a 6lo facias, JOHN LUCAS, SherifF PBLS.Vtiist'i.. : :it d. ItII&a5.5CS

having heard of Itefof I It in iy not beatir.'lv and ::i u-li ir. te valuable pio;>erlv ruriii iuuibe S7 f<, D .(he AT Prait; 50 to Mf! Butt; 25 to Win; ). ... .. ... .... .... alurrEa. By his Deputy, BENJ. LUCAS.Apiilachirota J 50) Flour; 03 ba_s Itio Ct-tfee, w w
... .... . ... 21) a 3CttEi Jan. 1517. 3-5t landing fron schr Euzabtth, aitd for sale luv'vfor
nuiniorfsiin to sre all)I the Hems divlp'jcd 'iti tact, rendt-rin the whole cit liable Porter A: Co; 21 lo Harper A; Holmes; 2 to C 29. ;
.. .... .... .. 8 a 93 :
ti be laid waste. Wr njuitit ut n public Refers A; Co. : ... .11)1 cash, bv ,
Ji'ildovvn' in re older : ) bales ... ... ... ... .. 5(1( a ShcriflPs Sale. Jan 23 NoTRE STONE fc CO.
Per cotton to
tttt'l ltd it nbat imnt Pteani'-r Apaaclticol.t-S6
YIMEtft', r .1r. LIs1Izairi-o Miss Jc'uilah Dr. 11 ,ordinance Mo'ideand' A X McKay; 100 to 1)I P l \Vo d .V Co; 7S I'V ['EANU1 .. ... .. .... ....bu-h 55 aUIOE. Benj. M. Griffin, )
'lo ; an vcrris in ... . .. .... .... ... .1h1
dtiCitI 12 thiee cotillitnis on A A: PC KamfiGto; Harper A: flohIsl.37 to Hill, aI'lCI.S vs. > Fi. fa. Franklin Circuit Court Fine Boots ami
fir&tS New Ot l'ani'a' -iiKthe removal of tjoods within ... ... .... Crogaais.
aequ.iinlance.. .... . . 13 00To under of fine.At Paw.-on A; Co; 34 to Lockhart A; Young; 2G to 3 a Ja*. Y. Smith. ) CAHS Gent's tine Call Uw-t-
t i
I a I limited |p'ri(1 !penallv a Porter AT Co Ifi to I H I R 7 S1'tCECIoves..i 37 a 509 the ; f
Win G ; Taylor; to Dodge given that by virtue of
To hereby .
v Hiie of three si hand) one t t the present time, the entiie line of wharves h A: Pratt; 5 to Wylie A; McKenxie.IVr ; .. .... a 10 NOTICE is of Foreclosure 12I 3js: ) sr I' 1i-t'g-atis.

hi ihatn') 'ht.. .'JjOTothinking 00 are eiTrss1etel; blockaded with cotton, forming a -te.trnr At1U.i49.) hales cotton and 15 4' grouti .. ... .IL. 11 a 12212 upon a Judgment in I r sale at low prices, by

of the color of his eyes s-lid ir.awithout space for an Ermine to gel to boxes tob! iceo Its Lockhart A; Yo-jns;; 10 hale cot \- ... .... .... a 25011 I will expose for sale at public outcry in Jan o F. KOPMAX.

op day at church. . . . .48-3 0'') thej wster-aId therefore deem it essential that ton to A McKay; 4 to Win G & Co; 8 .. ... .. .. a 16SUGAE the city of Apalachicola, on the first Monday :
To act be pased for the icm.ivali.f cut LIIII rom to Wylie .V McKenzie; 11 b i.xes tobacco to ThosPreton. N, Orfrtn .. .... ...It' 8 at. March'next, all the right, title and interest of: the Ladies* title Kill ami Walking
gemtj to the races after refusing some of Croi .... .. .... 10 a 14Loaf. defendant in and to a certain steam b.'at called Shoes.

iwlier beaux.323 00 the wliarvcs! for the protection contiguous Per steamer flo-toti-534 bales cotton to Harpprfc .. .. .. ... .... .... lb 13 a 15 the "Albanv," her tackle, apparel and furni 1 PRS. Lauie,' fine Kid Slippers

cut tin 5 three fine fellows to property.We Holmes; 1.W to Cbas RogerSvV; Co; 13.3 to Hill, SALT, . .... .... 1 i2 a I 25b2 ture. JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff, L-.dO 1"K tVakjn ;
him .03 00( would alsn' call your attention to the practice DawsonA Co; 88 to Dodge A; Pratt; 1 to A N .. ... .... ... a 75 By BENJ. LUCAS, Deputy. pr"> Shots;
oil and other combastible ... .... N (N) 25 I"0 colored and black Slippers.
of healing |>ot of pitch STEEL .. .... j
'Fomakn., a watch chain. . . l-'O (00 matter within buildings. McKay.IVr stmeriola63l bales cotton to I MWriRbt German..C'I 12 Ut) a 15 tX) Apalachicola Jan. 23, 1840. 2-5t For sale very low, by

To cost of materials (lor tIE.7: A Kex-lutior was passed by your Honorable ; 127 t.> I Il-irper .V Holmes; 122 to A N SOAP ... ... ... ... .... ....L .5 a 7SP1LUT Valiianle IVepro Boy for sale, at JanO _F. KOPMANV

To five ronp) $ and two f1irI4lioIl.. .144 00 H.idv, directing '*sJ copies of an oitlmanre for McKay: Ii3 to Wylie A; Mt-Ken/.ie; 2S to Lock- lirandy. 2 50 a 3 50 Auction.ntJOlLY 1718 TAIVS anil
5( 1 75 Svva\ne's BaNam ot WiU
.... 1 ) a
To and 'tdhl! i-li. hari Ar Young GO do and 1 bbl beeswax to Xourse Gin, Auctioneer.TILL .
tfann u an-l) bursting a .reversl and extiu uishing > ; ,
j gown I i1t Stone A Co AinertCslfl.. ....gist .U) a 42Itsim Cherry, just received and for sale bvNovjh
stocking.7 31Toonekiss. lug a Fire Dei rtrnent. to he printed, winch) hianevtI' IVrtpuner: bales N ... .... 37 a 41)Whikey \\ be sold at the Apalachicola Exchange J. ALLEN.
carried ut and recommend that it Mary A Moore-893 cotton to 21E2 V V' Tuesday, 2d day of February, at 11 _
stolen.123 00 been > A N McKay 10 to Lockhart A: Youn 53 to Rect. 22 a on
To allowing him to kiss my cheek as u.wsti a practicable. In behalf of the Dodge As: Pratt; : 48 to Wylie A; Mclvenzie. ; ... .. .... .... a 75 o'clock, A. 3!., the negro boy Larry, 27 years SUGAR PANS at Manufacturer's price*, by

ten times without flinching, 11eacb Hoard Engineers the uudcr' rit-d begs leave toMibtmt Per binge Live Oak, 1m Murianna-fi9 bales SKINS, 54) a 2 01)) old, agin*! carpenter, first rate intelligent ser B. ELLISON &. CO.

this report, with the recommendations cotton to Win G Porter Aj Co 35 to Lockhart A; a 11) vant, s<>ld (for no fault-to close an estate under Jan _>.'{ 21 Water reef.
.. .. . . . . 110 00 ; 5 a12
for vour consideration and acceptance 22 to J S Hutchmson; 21 lo J F Farrior; 11 to SHOT, an order tsf the Hon. Judge Probate, to the Administrator -
To 75 Cloths ami Carpets.
a Ion j walk) by moonlight, itidu-: D. B. WOOD, Wylie 5: McKenzte.VhiIc a de bonus non. of the estate of Eliair

ding sentiment lost.. .. . . .270 00 Chief Engineer.Apalacbicoh TEA, Bear..I 45 a a I 0040 5(1Tl ( Wood, dec'd. J. S. HUTCHINSON, 18Oil Oil Cloth, 1 and Carpeting 2 yards wide;

To thirty blushes when he pappedfaqurtlion Jan. 27, 1S47. \ Pine Lumber For Sale. .. .. January 20 Auctioneer. 3 Cotton super Ingrain ;

.. . . ... . . .GOO 00 Mr. Butt, duly seconded called up the petition ') fOOO FEErwhite: Pine Lumber, TWINE 18 a 2t) -1) A. FAHANESTOCK'S VERMIFUGE, the 2 Stair ,

To my heart! Ala!. . . . 1 94 of Joseph Casbomavo and others laid on the table -l V/5V/V/\/ ju' t received per schooner 100 40 a 300 50VJNES. L). best worm medicine now in use. for sate by For 'alRby WM. G. PORTER 4. CO- '*

at a former meet ing-adopted. Whereupon, Mr.lay Hunter, from Hath, Maine. \ 51() a a 16 1)0 Jan 50 J C ALLEN. 5 -U Wafer street"
Jan 15 CHAS. | .
moved thatrir'lji'3nt'r'' n-no ,
2,750 09It. J/ duly'ccon'Jcd,


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'State Tax Collector's Sale. State 'J.'ax oiiccto .''s Sale. | Dry Goods. -i ( atiator ( TtttL( FRESH! "

virtue of the vested in me by law, I subscribers offer for sale and sea ftnlf11 'ottt 1rgi ARRI'JOJ'
is i hereby given that six months! af BY power TilE a large -- -- I>1 ugs, .
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NOTICE I will to !sale at public outcry shall expose for sale bsfore the Court House stock of Dry Goods, consisting: in "' i
In 'M
expose OTICE.-Six months
after date I will Chancery ,
.. Monday applyto the Perfumery
door the first
in the of Calhoun on part N Ci.CUII
House door in the of
opposite city situated ofNegro the Hon. Probate Court of Court for undersigned returnsn'ei I
in July the following property and FranklnCounty .acksol County.
Apalachicola>> :: the following property, to wit :- next Kerseys Linsejs for a final discharge the friends and the j
Ids Nos. 9 and 12, block El I, in the city of in the city of St. Joseph, or so much thereof as White and Red Flannels !ro" CIRCUIT public| !j0''
ion of John C.
(rat of the estate late ofsaid AT FALL. patronage and 'j l
the TERM 1516.Farmer's begs tb
Apalachicola, property belonging td Calhoun &. will pay the State and County Tax on same Plain and Fancy Jeans, county deceased. The Bank of i is now receiving :
forjtheyear IS 10 Double twilled Tweeds an ;
Bats. 11 Lots : valued at $:50, purporting. JAS. M. SHACKELFORD Adm'r. Virginia which added I to hi a, ::1"
Super Casameres
Lot No.1, block J, in the city Apalachicola, : unimproved rancy Apalachicola, Nov. 21, Iblti.IMJm J 1 a *
property belonging;; to II. A. Norris.Lots. to belong to R Allen's estate.! Super English and French Cloths, STATE cr FLO- !ortmeJ, UnUua11 -,

Nos. G anvl 7, block CJ: in the city ol ILot" unimproved valued at $30, purporting Whitney Blankets 10, 11 and 12qrs.Dufiil Notice. mini.strator t ot the KIDA, *. *. ; Cosmetics .efum..a..V11"*
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ApiUchicoh property bslongin.: ; to Jacob Har t Lot to belong unimproved Robert, valued $:50, purporting. Denims Blankets, Kremlins, S, and 9 1 and Cottonades 10 qrs. B Y an order of the Hon. Probate of Chlhoim tate of Thomas Williams es--I ware, &c.,.&.c, ul\\\[\t4

county, Florida xvill be sold in Ihe deceased. to Phyinarn, Country Merchants
vey.To to F G Arott. Brown and lO\l 1'1 aid oil
be !sold (or taxes of 131-5, and the charges: belong Shirting! Sheeting (lt iacey, Gadsden county, on Monday, I the'2-' : the ni nt liberal! terms-all of which .
nl of decretal wat-
that have: accrued thereon. 3 Lots improved valued at $50): purporting to Cotton Osnaburgs, I IN pursuance a order of said! Clut. and unadulterated. he
belong to R Beveridge's estate. Cotton Drilling and Ticking, of February next, the following lat'graies, vi/' : i tadl in the above entitled cause, and datedtwentyfirst pure
and ex-OfBcio State Tax, Collector.Sheriff .1 Lots unimproved, valued at $30, purportingto Linen and Cotton Checks, Tom, Mary Melssa. Cloah Miles and Sally, i the day of November, A. 0. 111;. H. F. ABEL

belong to A B BlackxveH's estate. Irish Linen Shirting and Sheeting, belonging to tlJ t of Jonathan Thuras. deceased win.rrliy, among other things it was (.rdcrtd. Wholesale and

Apalachicola, Sept. :22, 15113. T7-titn 1 Lot improved, valued at '2U), purporting to Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting and sold for Ihe purpose of division of ;adjudged and dt'cr.ed. that the undersigned be .J:Wtte :

State and County Tax Collectors belong to George Clark. English French and American Prints, xvhich the heirs will take due notice. Terms appointed) Special' Master ira Chancery fur t this Apabcicob. Nov. 21, IS 16. s t

2 Lots improved valued at $100, purporting to Extra super plain and twilled Ginghams cash. LUKE: LOTT. came, and charged with the duty of taking an --------.
Sale. belong to Win Cromwell. Super Cashmere d'Ecosse, 0cheso, Jan. 13, 1517. jn' 3 :-Ir account of such of the intestate's debts a shall Drugs and Mcdiciiics. -
BY virtue of the power vested in me by law 1J 1 Lots unimproved, valued at $:)0. purporting Extra super Muslin de Lame OTICE.-All---- claims have been presented to said Admlnislra otHh.! THE subscriber has, and ,,j
months after d.ite I shall expose for sale to belong to J N Copeland. English: Scotch and American do. N persons against t in t the period of two years from the of thegrant constant)havl.(I handa '
Thomas late of Calhoun fr
before the Court lloucs i in the! county
city of Apalachicola :3 Lots unimproved, valued at ::; 50( purportingto Super Italian black and !figured i Silks, ceased to the administration, and to ascertain what 13 g : (t DRUGS ar.d r'
are r
present ( I
.Franklin th. described! same duly
C.iunty, t requested he
belong; to R K Call. Black Silk Cravats and fancv Hkfs, authenticated the time due to the [ilaintdfand all other unsatisfied crldihr Ftrch will, \xjri:,
property;>> belonging\ ; to the Apalaciiicoh Land 31 Lots unimproved) valued '200 \\ prescribed by law, of the who ahd (t quality :
at $ purportingto Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs, or this notice will be plead in bar of their s intestate shal have
,much thereof lJrecttet Merchant
Company: or so as will 1 pay the recovery their and Planters
belong to Win P Craig. English and American Cotton Hkfs dcrluulsithil the ( xxi
and indebted lo said ant t to their
State and County Taxes due thereon for the persons estate, are advantage to call
: al
year 3 Lots unimproved, valued at 30 I purporting Madras and Verona head Hkfs, requested nuke immediate payment. that the undersigned i cause an advertisement to GSods belore txatirtd I *

1316: to belong I to W Colquit.2 .) Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose, he Inserted in a newspaper, published in the city c. purchasing t'lst\ t.tre.
Wharf Lots Sos 7,, s, .)-H>j feet each. Lots unimproved, valued ut 50 I purportingto Super Marseilles and Worsted Vesting*, Orheseo, Jan. 1 .I.tKE, jJI123 2-2tn Executor. of Apalachicola, in this State for! the space of f 1.and Phxsician's prescriptions put BB i ji
Lots C and 7 in Bl 'ck i 17.; 1' 1. e accuracy at hour of
belong to Colquit' & Grant. Cotton and Flax Thread, four weeks calling upon the creditors of the said any > da> rr
Lots 2 3, -1, :r>, fi;, 7, ->, '.I, I in Block I nip
:2 Lots unimproved, valued at -50, purportingto Plain and iig'd Swiss and checked Muslins NOTIOAI: persons having claims against intestate to come in and their demands before J. C ALLEN
Lots4,7S. 13,11,1"= 1 j: 1 H. l 17. l-in Block I::-!. prove : Mari-h 21 ( -r. Centre and
belong to Win B Duvall. Jaconet and Cambric :Muslins : ((' late of Jackson county, the undersigned, on or before the first day Commerce

Lots 0,7. 13, 11. ia Block FJ.! :3 Lots unimproved, valued! at $:5.):), purportingto Needle", Pins Tape &c. &c. deceased, arc requested to present the same duly ot March, A. D. 1517. 4 ____

Lot 3 in Block I D' bjl'mi; to I IV Dubois.! Which have been selected with great care in authenticated, within the time prescribed by Now, t the undersigned hereby gives notice! to

Lots, 7, S, in BWk I. 2 Lots: unimproved, \'all1t'lat\ :3'), purporting New York and Boston from Importers and Agents law or this notice xvill be plead in bar of their all such persons as hax'e presented their claiins! 11
Lots: :2, 3,4, d, 7, N '-', ill Bl.i.k 1. to. belong to John E D.IX is. of. the and alll indebted said and demands
: Manufacturers' at lowest maikefrates and recovery perform to estate, delli against the said intestate f 10
Lots 4, :5. ti. 7, S in Bl; ck '. 2 Lots unimproved, valued at -50, purporting are now otl red at wholesale or I irtail on favorableterms are requested to make immediate payment. ::ulriuifralfrilhm two YI'us from the ;rar.tof L.- ,
Lots 1 to 10 in BWk 19.
to, belong to John j) rrick. by WM. G. PORTER &. Co. JOSHUA MERCER: Adrn'r. come in and the
Lots I I. 2, 3, G, 7, S !0. 1 1"< M BWk'I.J. prove are
:J ) Lots valued at 100 purporting Dec. Jackson Jan. 3 before him I
unimproved, 5, ISII'; 11 1 Water street. County, IS 10. janlfl l-2rn at Marianna Jackson county Florida
Lots 1 1,5, G, 7, -V.!9), I i I. n: Block13.: .
to Jo'.in: G Gamble.; before
belong to on the tir.1 day cf D. Is IlF'IBD'K -
Lots: 3. 4, 5, 0, 7, ia: ISI'H-k I l"; :> Lots unimproved, valued at 1O.), purportfng : G REEN & CONNEKY; No. 30, Water street, -- -- I R.; 'lardIA.) ''. \

Lots :3, 4, :r, 0;, 7, <;;, PI f 11.e 1 !.; !'>. to belong; t\) F (; Gibson's (."tIte. have ju>t received and ofl'er for sale .\.lals for IS,17. Special Master in ,
Lots: I to 10, i inBWk'il.: : 2 Lots valued ai j 30 125:! ) sacks Green Rio Colleee, (new crop ;) THE ( ) t'II." MO-.S:Rose," May Marianna Chancery.
unimproved, ; $ purportingto Jan. 21 l, 1517. 3-1
Lots I 1.2,3! ti, 7, -. y.' I ', i it: :::2. beljngto I E (; Greenwood.! 1t)() barrels Northern and Western Flour ; (' Christian: Keepsake,"" Hyacinth.: ----- -- janSO- -in- FOR Ihe cure rf.Dipfpsia or lrdlgr .

Lots :2 to 10, in Blinkl.: =! I. 1 Lot valued at : to 2UJ Old Rectified Whiskey ; .Friend[ hip',Offering:' Christmas Blossoms," Calhoul Ci'cui Coftl't. and' nervous I Ilendael.e, ..'::l.D.B! .
improved )0. purporting
IMt tj G, 7. 8, 9.1 II", in IH-c'. I I--.. belong to James Gn.-Iiu 1I()) boxes white, pale and brown Soap, I Wordsworth's" Poems" Poetry of the Passions John 1' O. Thomas / ( (,
14OtS2= to HI.) ill Block: J I. G Lots unimproved: valued at :50), purporting 3) hhds N. O. Sugar ; ;5 do Muscovado do;; "Gems from .American Poems:," t the vs. V Bill for Divorce.Marinda lenry, &r. Fi I r .:( whe It-sal- art, fttulh: ,

Lots 1 to2U, j in Bl'K-k' Ll. to belong, :!! to Robert Gamble.; 2'') casks Bacon Sides and Shoulders; Boquet) of Flowers:," .Montgomery' and! Bvron's Thomas: ) ltl' Io. J. C. ALLE.s'! :, Du:

Lots t I. :;, 7, '.I, in Bl.K-k't'I. 2 Lots improved v JIlIl'd:1t 100, purporting to 3; .C Hams ; Po en'," Poet rv of t the le..rt.I "EllioU's: Poems THE complainant has leave to file supplf-mrn- 'l'Tarraut's- CoiH t b.

JOHN! LtJCAsSherilT.{; bjlung to I Edward Hardhi's: estate. 20 barrels: Clarified Sugar ; Christian aI Iinialurf. "Floral Gin:' bill which. was done. It appearing to ]>oiiu l Extratt

and cx-Olficio' Tax C-ilK-i-f.-r, Franklin Co. 2 L'ts( unimproved, valued at $;50, purpotingto 10 boxes Loaf do ; the "Marriage I Rina, the Casket of Jewr-N," the satisfaction of the Court, that the defendant! Cultl and Copavia.

Apalachicola: Nov. J1 I, 1'1| ;'p. J i-tjm belong to S K Hodges. 50 Sperm Candle; "Love>t Thol Me f ," ali I the ', Fhnvcr Vase." resides out of the We..ter Circuit ol Florida : I I SII.I, !s iHiriVdlltd [Iii

''I'obu I Lot unimproved: valued at $50, purporting 20 barrels N E: Rum ; comprise a Part of the above now !. ld, for sale is ordered that said defendant: be required to appear w--': I ir.iev ; it (I" r r rn.t
:9. .
White's Baltimore by J. C. ALLEN. and the of in a towrmaert d. >--n..
,10 answer : the V ,
; air;
to belong to William Holland. bil complaint
2 7 HALF's:\1.1:1: 11 ur.J W L U-unc" 7 Lots uii: ; proved valued at 5'J, purporting 10 Domestic) Brandy; Also, a large assortment of S< Iool and Toy first Monday in :\ HI", and in the fault V ;l: \ '.r 11IrWlh.ra rnf lnd

belong to A K liii!. 10 N 0 Molasses ; Books, suitable Ibr all the different ages of chil thereof, the said bill shall be taken prortiifess", li(.l.\ It11"
41 half boxes Mjuufictured Dairy published 1\'allh.
,. 1 Lot unimproved: valued\ at $50, purporting to ; some newspaper LElrl
li --- -
39" ( -- -- I( 1 ,
28 lv Birlnv"4S .. belong: to H S llawh.y. 5'') pieces Kentucky Bagging ; -- --- -- in this State for two months, before the (\ .t.t C j IM. P'-r-d the grrl rl

22 I Ib! boxes J WI"rJu" 1 Lot unimproved: valued at $.jl'), purporting to 3'J coils Rope ; PUIXTS ONLY. day ordered for the said hearing.KO. ., l o'oihIe C'"'f, upon w. |

: 1.2 Ib : : belong to II B Inman. 10 bales Alicant Mats: ; SPRINUSTYLES 1817. (; : w. AIACKKA; j I tetttt J'rrlf i files, ftnmJr]
Ltimps. !->0 bxs and! hlf.bxs new ) :Mali Raisins Judge of South s I M J I. IJ I that nnpirtant I
; (
2 Lots unimproved, valued at 50, purportingto crop : ; LEE & BUE in Cf'ulr. | L
5 boxes :Manufactured "J W Morjji-i" Bran 'VSTEU / tif
10' Lemons in the hfItlr-l.fd v .
belong toG C S Johu-on.( : ; Presiding Western ((Irllut. I| ; !

:5 boxes Premium. .. 7 Lot; improved, valued &t t :$;;;jt):), purporting t to 75) Manufactured: Tobacco ; 41 CEDAR STREET, N. YORK I (A true copv-Teste.! ) i j *t'.lt.d! Pr. FI nhrm, 1
NipoNipo- 25:) cases assorted Pickles Beg leave to inform I H. W. R'OWLKY Clerk that a; t.ts
belong: ; to John Jenkins' estate. ; Dealers in Dry Goods, that t C. C. C. C. .
leon's" Brand "Magnolia. 3 Lots unimproved,I, valued at 100( purportingto ) :30 f h.urd1.1ckt'fd., : Nos 2 and 3 ; they have received, and are noexhihiting., at Calhoun County Dec. 21. der.'G 4l 1"'t HJr rtI..llt' %v' ulJ ,pridui-r a more (tIO
5 blxt'1.I'1I1fat"tun..1;
X.lpOleon' l !
etVrf .
speedy aLI l'or"li.I than
hall ,
20 bJls! do do for --- ar.x frnr
belong to Seaborn J IIIW" ; thc'Jacholsr Printed ---
tclh'd."I r I
Brand "Strawbery.: Cal oCf. lent iF'W" "t any '
.t i I' '
.. I 1 Lilt unimproved, valued at $:50( purporting t to 2') boxes assorted Syrups ; I 5OO CASESComprising Calhoun Circuit Court. :1. 'I. rI caste I.sea'.e
50 2J Ib bnXI1annf.cture. 20 chests and boxes I I.v OPE. COURT-DECE3iE Ttnii : di I, r I tl'I <'.\ i i. hlln: 11, try; 'y" :
i and .n h
'' belong to Jones ic Ba"s. Gunpowder Hy all theNev .r-;
Icon's Brand :Mij t :;' ''li) t. 1'.j calll. F i 'J!Lt :.'. ,
.. 1 Lot improved, valued at 2iJ.; purporting t to( son Teas ; I SIn jn In Chancery. '
9 boxes Manufactured<:: :M irford H'I "nry Dew :i ; Slyle, Elizabeth IVz4 I Dec I .1. .' 'LLEV I'rtlri4Vliil'S
10 Crate i Crockery; I l'J,0'! i.i Florid t S ::ars belong to J Kinney's estate. 10 i chests and boxes Powchong Teas ; Of Hritixh. French and .1meriean Manufacture; IcDrde.'I. \ -. ( :: ,
1 Lot improved, valued at -JJO! purporting to 2 half pipes Old! Cognac Brandy ; w hich ill addition to their PI.I for Divorce. -
30 doz ;(!:!ro Caps; G.) d / Hoes: .1- "'lrl(>.l. usual st tpck, renders I
: .
10 b.a-k.'ls
Ingrain:'tin, C>>ttnn Cards, Trace C.'uins.! belong to J P Lockey. Ileidsieck" Champagne ; tlieira-tsi.itment one of the most beautiful and WiliamIcBrle. )

For sale low to close su'iiu-iits: urVJCKII.H 1 Lot improved valued at 50, purporting 1 lo: 30 kegs Nails, assorted; sizes ; attractive in the cily ; and having just been purchased IT appearing to the satisfaction rf the Court 1
25: bbls Pilot anrll'tUread that the defendant William : ;
r & YOUNt t.; (;. belong to Doctor Lang. : ; forCASH \lcndt. rt'ilei! :
1 Lot "at : 3 tierces new Rice out of the State of Florida: It j is l that _
Nov. 11 1 ::;)3=1 Water :street- nnpru'pd.'all1crl $50, purporting to ; AND SHOUT CREDIT orLlc.rtl. the .t.l
-- --- belong! to Abraham Loxv. 2'J kegs; and quarters new Bnckxvheat: ; Arc oU -red by I the piece or the said defendant be required to appear and anrthe
package I
Blank B ;oks a ml S'atianc.ry.LEDGERS ;3 Lots unimproved, valued at :$50:;; purportiug :20'J bushels! Norther OaK terms, at and below manufacturer's 01 same bill in this case, on the! tir"t )Iond.t in April I, '

Journals, I I.) '.v B*,'ks., &,<'. to belong; to' 1 P Lat Iirip. Apalachicola Dec. 5 i, Is ii):;. Catalogues of prices (corrected price's. 1 S 17, and in d. fault thereof the same hall betaken

: Fo.: lsap and Leltei: Paper; 1 Lot improved valued at ;50, purporting to( -- --- KOP ---------- placed in the 'hands (,f buyers. daily,) are pro confessn' and it I is further orda ret! I lhit:: _
I\\ has
for sale
Cotton !Memorandum, : B >'.ks ; belong)) to C McEhrau. FRANCIS : Purchasers will inform thiernqiveq of this notice be published in some newspaper in i I Ii

Ship and River Bill* Lading: ; 9 Lots unimproved valued at jr), purporting imbr/.ine) ) and and American:Silk: Prints; of the market and be well repaid for an examina the state I this State for the space..1 I three mlnl h. i _

Boooks tor Letter Press. to belong to Win P 1 Malone. Drad Ete Alpaca ; tion, e\'ci if they do not purchase. (;[':0. w. AIACKEA, : iL
and colored -
Blank Bills of KxrhinJ! ; Check*, 1 Lot unimproved valued at $50' purporting to Bleached and Brown Cambrics ; L. & B have peculiar advantages Judge cf S- ul'f Cin'llt. _: ._ ___ ____ I .
Jut received and fr silo hv Domestics: l ; executing ig Presiding in the :
belong; to Thomas )Iur.'. orders for Print*, which aro re.a'.ctt'iilIy Wl-tr Ciicuit.

March I 11 I. F. ABELL. 1 Lot improve, valued at 50, purporting to Negro Bed Ticks Kerseys and and Blankets ; LEE & URF.U'STER. solicited., (A True Copy-Tote.) C ANAIIAN YERMIFGL: -.
- Wool-eys: .
'. belong: to Daniel Munn. : ; January 0, IS )J7. H W. ROWLEY, Clerk C. C. C. C. I The .; .x% t rh vw \\>ultJ fall AND I OILS- t kegs N.I I White Apron Checks and Flannels 4 1 :: rlI'l.0 alfe.j.tlion i
; Cft.rfreet. Calhoun ,
pAINN 1 Lor - -- C 'unti. Drc.Jl.I hili| i d. .>
uairllprovt'11.'aIIJt'd ; ii; .
at : -
:;: | t e.f
t.l'urportingtobelon ) --
.W-r: pobiir. s < ne w Lirti hu
2 J J gall Writer Lrn:;> Oil I ; :3 iD sails; Linen and Cambric Handkerchiefs; 1 1. Ellison & Co. tlt' [tm'd
Linseed Oil ; :5Jbvs I : as-ortelGlis I ; 5 'I..J Ihs Putty : :; to J Nir.nenner.! I Hosiery( of every description: ; 2 1 VVatcr street In ceul: 1 'it.r a t It.i.g: I hOP ; ..d if is iiriiter- iIkiit.wjtiL'fd ( ,x.:"
SHIP Challcc.---F.'ankll
; I'')") as i" rted Paint IJru-hes: ; Black Lead I, 1 I.t improved, valued at lfJ'l. purporting! : to Straw Bonnets and Woolen Hoods; ANILLA CHANDLERY. Ci'ciUCOllt. \b:1: wlm K.ixtrn},; d it. f.t beG r.!

Spanis'i Brown, Yell'.-.\' O=:lnv, (;iea; Paint jut belong to Wm Patrick. I Kid Slippers and Walking Shoes ; M Hambroline and Hemp Cordage of all sizes, Mary Farington, hy htr next i SUPERIOR I to a'MX, i r Iher 1.tlhHtUI.:

received and for sale by :2 Lots unimproved, valued at 50: purporting Colored and Black Gaiter Boots ; Wormline, Mailine, Spunvar. friend n Wood, 1 i I .H ili: 'fas. ,fr wnirh it i i.* TI, It!.l

March t II- l I' BELL. to belong to George; Poe) jr. Calf and( Kip Oakum Sperm Oil, Fall do. Whale do, Olive lezckiah. J-Bill) for Dibe nly .1-fn.vs WORMS 'FNVKiCRATBl
Bru.Hi; au. do Haw : \\1
:2 Lots valued d u, Boiled do. Spirits Turpentine ;I ice.'I
-- -- unimproved) ats5J, purporting IfF: '
Calf Seal Skin and William SY 'IKM, it tii.)l't ucirrir ,
Kip Proof Boots: ; Paints, Window (Ildss, ; E. Fariinton. ) WII.r
On Con ijiucn: to belong to Jud-je Pope. Fine Silk and Fur Hats; Lpad, I U.d! do, Yellow Ochre) Iuly"hile TN this cause it to the Ci s.lf.r.lhn",1! -lirrre. fIr n tints
BOXES Troy S.... I Lot improved, valued at 5::1.' purporting I to: Chrm- (l rptn. appearing tnt, by all PHFVALINT:
80 | ; A flue assortment of Ready:Made CIlthiflg Emerald; do, Imperial do, Chrome Yellow, Ye r- J. davit ( Complainant duly made that the Li IN TiE SIUALUH: ..u:
2!) London. Club! ( belong( lo Wm J D Price.: e- :
: ) : .tiiuo digris, Liili4rHe OF .
; ; And( a large (If (Fancy Goods. Sulphur. Bright Varnish, Copal E. lnn.IS CHIIIUX. u.! re e rf'tlr
21) !1"1je' ; FlotiJj I Lc.ifTohicro; 2 Lots I improved valued at I IIJJ. purporting I to variety Doc. r, I I' |If. dl. Tar, Pllh. Turpentine., Coal, Paint, l"nd.ltJliam without Farringtori the resides in. the t : il bad I.'alh.; Tht inticu.< fi'rnslh! b
Apalchicola. I State
For sale by U. '-.11.\1 \VLKVJS : belong: to Isaac R.,l,inon. ---- Brushes, \arii co, T.irdo, Scrub Jo. Clamp do I is therefore ordered of F..rida : ?>r ne,t in "hi'hrf'r' {Irl diire ;
,. Dee ;3 \\" :2 Lots improved, valued at :)'J, purporting I to A Lamp ; Whitm, RUSH: ) En, I publication rnadu! mid l I' it YCI
: .1t<-r .1 rce.r. $ CARD.N Back. Duck. ? a x reu oxiiiir it i is !ni lpe's"ht'| : t ti r
___ __ ____ I l lish do, du, according to law fur three irioitiIi m some I \fl.
FA heavy Ravens -
1-ing to KIWM. Coton do
I SEYMOUR takes! this method of informing : Light do, IlfSIapl'r remain in the body. It is ltarn|I.<.. IMon ii tfe'
Clover.*e&l. 3 Lots ulimproved.tlud: at :;::3J, purporting citizens of and lis Wlnte. Blue and Red Bunting Nails, Copper do, [published xxithm this Circuit, directing. I llie the "Y.ltf, :: the health <,1 l flyb :' .tl
FEW pounds ol I.II.e i Red! Northern Clf"crSeed. to belong;: "to .'i Ryan. fu J\palachico\ i do Tack?, Ship :Spike, Boat do, Brads, Screw to appear at lilt Spring! Tc'rl nt aC
A vicinity t has a \ hy it- .
rellJrcd \) on corner Jack Screws. Anchors, ; t Ihe Circuit Court, lo be hi liic-n il.prond utxtn no wan >'
for lie I the of'
Cap-tain in
s by hits
3 iMitnproved! valued at 5'J' purporting of f Water and Centre Iall-pik.: ll.l *
streets and l
ig feeling thiai k- ; Oar, Block, h and di-\'t'r',1
Bus Hand the aid
April 1 II. F. ABEL.: to belong to Win H..I\\. let 't" Frnklin. :ls\nr Billti tt.e! sat:1C[
I. 'ul l for the patronise heretofore- extended to him Buckets. do. Deck) be taken .. h aliJnt'rrifn e is i,: \h' ; r"
-- Brooms> may as I II : (
Ba--in; ; ;:, and Hope.agziii 3 Lots unirnl'l"Orcti..llue.1)' at $50( purportingbv ie 'solicits a renexval of' the same, by ofll-ring; to Corn do, ( '.lllkil? Mallet:, S irving do, Axes.Axr Cflfe"N.1 GEO. W. :\ ir. I. bt ttea'.d! ranch rn'Tft-aailx" .J.r'I'! : "ld,
to belonj: ; to Reegin, Col-juit & Grant. and, I Helves, I Hooks and Thimbles Box LCaJtd ( t th.r. .
PCS : .! : :-It" -"ils; I Ripe,; I by y on a very neat select Stock of GOODS, consisting Hook, Bale do, AC.Jpy. '
70 1 Lot !lirnl'ruH.I.'allc,1! HVJ; purporting) to Can do. do, Bout; do! Fi-h do l 1 lx
LOCKHART! &., YOUNG, < in part as; follows: Iron (1101 Caulking \\'. : Clerk. I r lt'l"I.\: : JOHN \Vf.\rR . ,
belong to Roberson ic Ex'erelt. al'l :? Making Irons Marline Spikes, V-LU\t. :\ V ? .
Cloths : titles.Fancy v\ '-I.!.mH.
Nov. H .11 i I Water street. C.l..mlres.'arious pers, flung Dippers. Conk's ; Decerb..r 31! 1MC;. jinlfi I-. m I 1.11 =t '
2 Lots valued : ,
--- -- unimproved, at $J'J.; purporting Prints, do. do. i ( Ltles. Toml'nlor5, :T. :\ rn.T. ,\'It -

Bain; ; anil Itopc. to belong;; to Phinuas l Uindall. Alapaca( L'islrc ; 11\). Figured.' Divider.Compasses tine do, Sexx-in. do., Sail Palm Xeedl/,, Sail Txvin", Franklin Circuit Court. I J.a D t ti r : ,..1! :chlcd :

100 PCS Konttir'fcj' Bagging; 1 Lot improved valued! .*3'J' purporting to Silks, (;1Ale Rync. :Pump do, Shovels Hammers, Hatchets.Rising Leather! Roberts, .Allen fc Co. ) I __ -

11)!) coils Rope belong: to George;; St Clair. duo111111.1: Auqurs, Planes: Handsaws, Girnbl;m *>ts. I Chit vs. I Petition; to Fnrecl, : I r.'lu. (;,'.'at (':nadian 1'lfif'

.1 bales Binii'izTxvinp! : fi-r *ilr-hy 1 Lot improved valued! at $:jO. purporting to S.tin Striped. Files, Hat Tail do, Iron Squares.; Cupboard Locks, Ebeneze Hoxt I. and {( Mortgage, I! IVI.MSH'S: PKCTOKAI. STill!|

WM I. G PORTER & CO. belong, ;; to It :M Stewart's estate- Fancy Cashmere Rubes Stock do, Hooks and Staples, Hinges. Padlock?, Wm. C. L\\RI.t'. J I lltltLtItUNIt[ ; I >

Dec ;3 41 J ( .ttei.treet.! Lots unimproved valued at $IY< -- ---- -- -- to Hamilton Smith. Deep Sea do, Lug do. Fi.-li dl). Hand stitution of the : Ah;-
belong above 'f
di. do. : Deep suit, by petition to foi I.irl Ihod.Vlioepmtg ( .nai. I
Refined "Vilre and Alum. 1 Lot: unimproved, valued at $:)), purpol ting JtJin, I Book. Sa Chalk d<\ Sheet dn, Bar do, Funnels, Lanihorn.,, close their certain mortia' deed bearing tl:re.te I f of:Brr'atlunv.. 1'lt-uri-v Ce'n"ulvIIOD Ilf ,I.>

10 KEGS each, just received and for sale to belong to Ge'_'rge; Stexvart. 1 u.ln-. Swiss, Luce and Colored. InPIIlh. Pots Ware, Lo: Books (Cargo do, the 13th day of I October, h 13, of a certain) sit 01)alled I } and( all! I"I.ti"P'4 t f the I"n!*. I

'- nov2S: )H.( F. A BELL,: 1 Lot unimproved, valued at $:jO/ purporting to Edgings, LM, Cap and Thread. Tool,. Sampson, Posts &c, ,Crockery.&c. Carpenter's c the Oregon,'* to secure. the payment if f Bronchitis, a disea-e that w H\ftpir! (IL'

-... 10 t1IID.; St. Croiv Susar: ; -- belong to J Sxveete. Sha\x I Damask Silk Apaldvhicola, Jan. 23, IS 17. the sum of$:")UO. And! that at tlC next spring, sands to : premature grave under the n.m

20 do New Orleans Sugar, to arrive; 1 Lot tnimproved: valued at !$r2'X' ), purporting do. Ialinf! ). tenn of said court, I \ill move a judgment of "rhumt'tiln.l''ll be cured l-y U"Ii this ai

100 sacks Rio Cofl.-e; .'>'J 4.) Java ; to belong! to Waller Thompson. do. Plaid Groceries and Ship Stores. t foreclosure. Clc".

40 bxs Aromatic Tobacco, ; S Lots improved, valued at !?'!//J'J. purporting: to Kid, Lace and Wool ?. COFFEE Java do, St. Domingo do. A. G SJ': rtI'.\ for Petitioner- (For several years pat, this,, m .du-ir.e! 'L3bt"
E :50 :Miit't'ddo. BrllwlI's and Labby's belong! to E J Wood's estate. RIO Apalachicola 2. SU-- i in ue ut C.IIti. \\ Ilt"rt it Iia" b e nni,ti!i ilx
;; Tuskau Gipsey Bonnets, latest fashion. Flolr. Wc-ter do; N 0 Sn ar, 1 :m. .IIt
20 Sperm Candles} ; 5i,) h\s brow,}Soap; 2 L'lts improved, valued,j at $?})), purporting to Ribbons in all xarieties.Broxvn St. Croix do, Porto Rico do. Young Hyson Tea, l knots, and is con IIHt.ti the Let mtJiti

100 bags Shot ; 5') kegs; Powder; belong to Hez It Wood. Shirting 7-8. .)..1 and 3-1. Hyson do, Poxvchon? do. $Souchong: do, CJoshcn Ill .Jack-son Circuit Court. i ii. tise for .all pulmtnary di ea>es. Iheg 1 *

2Y)) Ib* Lead ; -1 ca-ks Linseed Oil; -1 Lots improved, valued at $200( purporting to Blenched do. Butter, Cheese, Lard Bacon Ham, Sides, Shoul- SPRING TERM, 1517. success \hid has attendd its :-.{in tbalty c*

200( kegs Whir J..f>atf. No. I Extra and Pure. belong to Carnot \Vuodrufl.I Blankets, (6-1 1 7-S,3.J'I-I.I.1. -.). 1-.1 alers. lolaef.[ \\-'hikev, Mess and Prune Re ef, Etheldred Philips, ) t ai.d the many truly wtwdertu! rurts wb.*

For sale hy WM. G. PORTER & CO. Lot unimproved, valued at $i30: purporting to Ingrain and Cotton Carpeting. Mess' Prn\Pork' llaclen'r Shad, Attachment for $I ia<) W. haxe been cjt'ectd bv' if, has ird'irrd: tie: prp

Dec 3 JI.J Water street. belong to Charles Wilson.,! Carpet herring;. Sounds and > Fish Tonu es, Richard Tiipp. j tors to iifri'dncf it into the rlll.t! .
---- 2 Lots Bal I'epper rice, Calfus. S.mct'. Olives, fidenl f-f) its being the safe arid valnablmedy :
unimproved valued Pelper most
at 5O defendant and
$ purpoiting Hats all others I'
: styles. Capers. Pickles, Soap, H! THE al intlrrtff. I
anl Tobacco Na wil
Fresh lIe.'bs.SAGE. rlh ,
J J D < ivy ever and d all
tobelongto .
Westcott.S Boot and Shoes. Bread, Pilot do, Crackers, Vinegar Dried notice of the titutioii of this, ,nit by diovtn'd. adapted t" d15
Thyme, Summer Savory Sweet Mar- Lots unimproved, valued at $.30, purporting Clothing of all kinds. Beans, Salt Raisen?. llacarni. Vermicelli.Fruits Arrow : I Atachment. returnable to: the next term of the I i iI : ot l f the; !un
Cat nep, B-mes.-f I II'Hehound.'orm- to belong to P Woodruff) Also a neat little assortment of Jewelry and Root, Corn, Oats, lukwhpat. fnurd.llce. Court for Jackson county and ; their natural t r ha.-ty action, txertflf '

wood &c., just received and for sale bv 1 Lot unimproved, valued at $50, purporting;: to many other articles too numerous to mention. : For gale by tLL: & CO and plead to the declaration filed in said cause appear :' fl. and ?. tlinisr) ii.fluenre o'tr 4 ]

j-., Nov2S J. C. ALLEN. belong to William Wyat. Call and examine for yourselves. -Jan2J- -:- .. Water street. A. H. BUSH, Pitts Att'y. I functi. of tle xxl.ole s'.hni t mmwhB) %:(
--- -- 3 Lots: unimproved valued at : ) -- --- --- -- Marianna Jan. I citement when excessive, allavirg imitatisorenessand d
$ > purporting N. SEYMOUR. II t, IS 17. jan23 2-.
and rnMOFFAT'S
Fine Fur and Silk Hats. to belong RW Williams. BOOTS Brogans, by the case; > I and ,
pain pedll.irparl |
Apalachicola Nov. '
12 CASES} superior Fur and Silk llal. wh ich Lots improued, valued at $1.? 'tJO. purporting to I .I ISt.rJurant's Shots and Buskins ; - I ed vigr and tl.filh'; to the whole ?1ime.Preiared *

( are offered very low, by belong to John I D Gray.ISAAC Etlervcscciit SeltzerAperient. Men's, Boys and Youth's. Brogan.? ; :, LIFE PILLS AND PII02NIX x\hr> afcd retalf i

Jan 2_F. KOPMAN.: JACKSON Sheriff Men's" Boots fine sew'd Brogans:; Nov 2 TER-, just H.received F. ABELL and for sale by JOHN WINER &Co., >>3 llsal... Lane, >:'j i

Clarified Essence of Hoarhound i and ex-oflicio Tax l Collector HEALTH nE tWED. and an invigorated pegged fir.p sewed Boots; Druggist. York, soie i>ri>prietor f r the Uni'edStates. !|JSH.

PEASE'S a fresh supply just received! and for -December- -- --2t1. 1310- .I 19-Gm( of body. produced Russet Brogans. For :sale; bv FOLGER'S Olasaonian.or All Healing Bal im, F. ABELL Agent
.ale H. F. Aurr..L.Nov : the use of TARRANT'S EFFERVESCENT Jan 9 for' ApjlacoicwIial
by Tax ; Asthma, Liver
Collector's Sale. ELLISON & CO., Couehs. _ _
SELTZER -- --- -
21 .. Druggist.Boots virtue of t the vested in ENT. Jan 23 21 Water Complaint, and all diseases of the throat and -
power me bylaw I street
BY ot" I
-- -- --- This, preparation is universally allowed to be lungs, for sale by iniii h'e.'wor'
and Shoes.BOY'S l on the first Monday in -- .
:- and Men's Russet Brogans for sale. before the Court I louse door July, next in the, expose the most popular remedy of the present day for Oil Cloths and Carpets. April 1 H. p. ABELL.Flavouring A REMEDY: most i .
; coi un- the and discovered in settltd) Ccr5mimptittn1'
prevention cure of Biliousand ) 1O PCS Oil
of Calhoun the Indigestion, Cloth, 1 and 2 yards wide -
'ft sew'd and peg'd Kip Brogan ; ty following described property, Liver Complaints) Nervous Weakness, Headache J.O 3 ; Waters. Complaint, or any of their incipienton slimi;
Gents fine Calf Brogans ; or so much thereof as will pay tho State and habitual pea super Ingrain Carpeting; assortment just received, and for sale the : by t i\e
IeartJr. Costivenesu, &,c. 3 u Cotton AN hv ChronoThCrmalttI. .
Wm peg'd and! sexv'd! Shoes; Children's do. County Taxes due) thereon for the year 18113- residents in warm climates xvill 2 Stair u Ni.. 2t J. C. ALLE.N. Druggist Doctor TAYLOR'S celebrated uedieJ.f.

Super Ladies Kid and Morocco Shoes ; 7000 acres third rate land purporting to belong find it a desirable article it For sale Genuine BALSAM OF LIVERWORT,!% ,(
to John D. ; prevents any accumulation by WM. G. PORTER & CO. White Lead.
Ladies' Gray- not known.
and fine Calf Bool
Super coarse at 375 BOWERY. This of tre0
is Dec pares plan
portable and the method of 5 LBS !
A large and extensive! assortment, just received ISAAC JACKSON, Sheriff; preparation bie.i unusually convenient. Children -.i1\Vaterstreet--- --. 5000 a and superior for artice. just re- now espoused by several eminent physu'3''
I andforaale by WM. G PORTER & CO. and ex-ofiicio Tax Collector C. C.! have frequent occasion for gentle and Fiiic Boots and Broaiis. N-.V 1 l'ei\'e and has been for a long the secrttd
if- January 2, 1817. 1-Gm cooling H.F.MIELLDruggist. tmt.
Dec 5 :
41 Water street. purgatives; they wi take this aperient in pre 12 CASES Gent's fine Calf Boots; __ unparalleled success !attended
;;. .. Iron, Nails, Jkc. Dr. Toxviiscnd's Sarsaparilla. ference to any !) Sold wholesale and retail L by 3UO prs Brcgans. Blank looks, Fine Writing Taylor's medicine in performing its w

20 TONS Swele! Iron, assorted sizes; TIllS invaluable and justly celebrated com Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN Druggist &.c. For sale at low prices by Paper, Ac. curE which in many very many cas

100 kegs Nails do. has just been received and for sale f by Jan 9 F. KOPMAN._ A GENERAL assortment of Stationery consist been almost: incredible, but the conclusive
l-r- j 4 casks Weeding Hoes, assorted qualities; Dec 26 J. C. ALLEN. Druggist.Lime. t. Drugs, Medicines, &e. ing of Foolscap and Letter Paper of the the Doctor can bring forward art mnresistibk,

.. 20 Blacksmith Steel Faced Anvils; I .:_. A LARGE and fresh supply of Drugs, Medicines Ladies line Kid and Walking: finest quality ; Blue and White wove (ruled) extra we advise all who may have coughs or L

20 English and American Vises ; &c. consisting in part of the folow- Shoes. fine Quarto and Packet Post ; also a beautiful colds even, to use this perfect specifc. 1.

20 Bellows j D\J\J K A A CASKS best Thomaston for sale by ing articles :-50( doz Castor Oil, qts, pfs ;-f 1(5 PRS. Ladies' fine Kid Slippers; assortment of French Letter Paper Pens &c. delay.l Franklin says a mal wil

I 12 dozen Spades and Shovels; D. B. WOOD & CO. pts; 5 bxs Houck's Panacea ; 10 bxs Olive Oil 150 pe. Walking Shoes ; Just received per brig Alabama and for sale by big ship." Therefore, your coughs

10 Collins' Axes; Dec 12 Columbus Row.- 40 kegs Epsom Salts ; 10 bbls Copperas } 50 Ibs 100 colored and black Slippers. Oct. 17 J. C. ALLEHEETINGS .. your lungs are past cure. For sale by

tt 10 bxs Cotton and Woolen Cards; Lamp Oil. Gum Opium ; 20 Ibs Sulphate Quinine ; 20 doz For sale very low, by J. C. "LLEN. Sole Aentt'2

1 case:: Rowland's Callt Steel Mill Saws ; WINTER' STRAINED, a very superior ar- London Mustard ; Herbs of all kinds; 20 lbs Jan 9 F. KOP.IAN.WIST : [. Shirtings and Prints by the .-pa1acbJ

1000 lb* Cast and German Steel, for sale by received and for sale by Nutmegs; 15 bxs Starch ; 20 bxs Lemon Syrup ; AR'S and Swayne's Balsam) of bale and case low for cash bv CAUTION-The genuine Doctor TAT..

( WM. G. PORTER & CO. Nov 29 II. F ABELL, Druggist.I 10 kegi Pearlash ; 2 gross Seidletz* and Soda ', just received and for Wild B. ELLISON & CO. BALSAM OF LIVERWORT has on tbe b0'
:_. ) sale Jan 23
Powders ; 20 Ibs English Calomel 20 doz ( by 24 Water street.t splendid
Dee" 41 Water street.! ; Spt Nov 28 J. C. tc plate enzraving, to 11ren.t
:_.. ALLEN.
Cider. Turpentine and a general assortment of all terfeits ( by Gurdon J. Leeds, any o b
:OFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND PHtE fix OV BBLS. Sweet Cider landing from 1 brig des in the Drug line, for Country Merchants PANS at Manufacturer's Salt. vile and dangerous imitations and the 1brl
L4 BITTERS just received and for sale h y &\J H}, Q. Fisher. For sale by Planters and Physicians. For sale by SUGAR B. ELLISON prices& by -i| OOO SACKS Liverpool, carlo of I Bri cautioned not to purchase or deal in !'.: -
I }{ov2l 1 J. C. ALLEN- Jan. 23 NOURSF, STONE: & CO.) March 1 H. F. ABELL. Jan 53 21 Water street. J3:23 tish ship Jessie for J DAY! by& CO. protected by the U. S. Copy Right Law.

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fimI~ln fI I I i!'~b I~l'D gress, the quarter from whence such aid hat charge, tlrcofla expressed himwKIS 9bo
,COMMERCIAL ADVEEll] lj, ever come when most needed. We have follwoing li .'ieet sissn
scmoo^ S DA :lB. o, s.7 not looked in vain. The Hon. Alexander!I cae'ni..g^ .S_ i
S TUR DA F "61 4 Steve ns, o f G a., m an w h oa,, sm a -la bo dj.I, "a( O-- The following gentlemen are authorzed God has furnished with a great 8so1, hoe dSrel W bi a I ra ilil 9iM bM .e.. -4
Agents forrhe oM ,MERCIAL. ADVEsRiT ER,and will introduced a proposition calcdfie ._ to rlt- ltatgonxt~li a r b'Pu. ..-. .
receive and receipt for subscriptiohs, or advertise- moreharmony ; to promote tie goi vera godid, ^.fl- i, i l c"-! "
m~~nts:- s~~~Ba'i-r sudi-i a hs '
... ..: ^ ant i to restrain the selfish ambition of the should lake inse W,--a s iFt t.
MESSRS. AIAM,\oN &TUTrLr,,38 Willam "Street, ... .. ... into, ra. ..... "+, as -04. O "
New York few who seek to extenlour-arl -y..^o,.^anmmnl j r,..... ,- I -
DAvID BRAVO, Esq., New Orleans. Grown territoy. We have believed, and as the degree of MihC<,b|e .
NVUi. W/. CHFEVER, Esq., Albany, Ga. saoie udea' ..'
Majorr.JACK HARDMAN.tufaula, Ala. still do. that the only safe issue out of the asa .g uide u....
I -, IId. difficulties With which Mr. Polk a'nd his mIere comrerdit.. Y I ,-'
fl y T he E ditor of this paper -i- absent, N northern rallies have bese L mb j U nion,wo id_ le -,>ydath "w 2Ei -
a n d w it h t h e e x c e p t io n oj fe w .d a~ y s i n t h is I d ,a n c onfi ,i H_ .t e r y o ,i s b B i 0 io,- -j t
week, has been so for the last mo^nhee pt limit ts and i o abstain orlm a b' "eaeo
will account to our readers for the lack of its pre ,- to oUt us, an" of the cao"r ered poto. d.,I .V.
.... ial.- .... 'Pp ; o ... u ere d icpib [ttaaL, o I
ultoalt .Mbexican. Styles." This c'ure would at safety as wt be a c autiosf atos.'...
SUPREME COURT. once put an end to.the controversy respect- of steawtH ttfy-awdw bt "
This Court still continues in session,-and 'ing slavery,. which King's B l "fcs o- b a .. l e
will not, probably, adjournbefon' the 15t l, cited; avnd unlessthiscouseis adopted x-a0d 8nd P i thegsame ,im e. lha you ao e w' :

instant. There are many important cases the controversy' Lasts at_ the North as well (lie judges of the amount of datijh a7
before the Court-the whole number on as ar the South,all minor questions'bf-Ta- lo be-recovereil; for, in emes -
the docket is bout forty. Should there be, riff, Sub-Treasury, &d. wii andbe swollwed "y and character ofour fetowr a .l _
-* ate concerned, tihe onort will ranFji! ir
any novel questions raised and.decided be- up in the important, and -vital quest:ir of w, iie erdi.t oTthe jco rt hwpi r I% e'
fore this tribunal, we shall endeavor'to fur- ,Slaver7y Or NO Slavery-and the 'rame as -it may be.4 Your yerdj.c. i ,Pqi~lc |
nish our readers with a summary-of its de- well as the distinction of Wh Il< el aem- It is if ptan 're^^t!M!k
cisions. ocrat will no longer be heard or.ckli,&.-- earephi ^ 'seek fNA"lpy medi-
..... / ... ... ....... .... r T oifrd i erf, owhichi wit la.e 11 a prop
THE UNION IN DANGER. ..... 'and a disolution of theTUnion becomes in- ,.hh wi.ilsue .ia opI.
The firebrilnd thrown into Cong,,ress b evitable. The Sou~th will never^orseattto 'ruin oflihe de-fedaneS.'oh."ilnv:"r-..
the Democratie Representative from New the establishment ofrFree States on their
oca'i, e ttie r m ew uW *'reriarn hn ks ,o b e l i,
.. ...... ...,. !Sou'thern borders, and the attitude of!the w : ~ .,o.-=
York, has lit up a fierce, strife, which bodes ,~thr ,o~es tti cb Ply.tlo*h ^ ^ C erifomH
xora na Inup nece tr~, wiennons !N~rth clearly evinces a firmn _dfete~mihiaiio6'_ the-sehr., Civrderella, frothlllm ~ionwtslisitl
destruction to the Union r the States.- o: .
The lead'of Mr. King has been followed byto insist upon -the establistneint of Free l a 3in,^^t ."
other Democrats, and we may look to see SVe0M in the conquered p s + JeT a t MAoriNEgs.- -rAt, ^
the whole Northern Democratic Party sup-- We bmve,-ne doubt but that the War was l atd -r. .
n d r ak n y P o k o a c q u ire te r ri t ory a n d fi g f f.h s-be n ... ,.=bry
por,,ng the proposed measure. undertake e by Polk c..t a -
KT u i r' *-i *.i, by so~d m tacurfitim and libfmlttrity- B -lot^ %, TI w-
Now thaf t ihe"_Confederacy is again threa-,. 'din a i a -" bel;b-7 miles off. .- *-,,----?'
,,. ',. ,the Texas experiment -bad sacceedied, and .14V_. I*\:.'^
lened with dissolution, as on former occa- h s ea a It '.- siyjdI m l _>.: l -
sons, we have the Democratic papers South'Ith. W aw' u-h de itthat Lh. o ue,... i.".
appealing to the Whig Parry to save ,he ..sou .p.ue....e e.....tWeWMi be enilhted by L. -i .
as the abt~eiation- 4-.Tekiis ltid `tl :dRe hmm' -,-=, "
country. James K. Polk, and the political We ose a. iee inrlhe'Jgtat a^ei
mountebanks who have by arti- President, ,he acquisition of Galhforna a anti .,. A m-iab, t? ^ .
fice and deceit, in obtaining'ihe com m and T am a ulipas w o uld sustain im in pow er a d' d i,.( c ..b.1 o d _e w ricapr
.. .. .< .. +.Nueviii.s,. .(Cuib;,) ho'und-.lo New Orll'aux,
of the ship of state, are ready -to abandon re-elect him.' .. fro. I ............
4 : : ";:+'+'frorilPuordeallx, with freight of w'ine--40 l
the helm in'despair at witnessing the dangers. WI e call tl~e,ionrr aocurs o .0. ...- .. .. ;
.. & : .=; "- "ba~my7.:l~e ftvee a I;Lr'ge' a" nti kfbt
which beset them. They, have raised the- t h'6. -oposition of Mr. Stepuens; we -li.,,: r.,. h -
whirlwind unwittingly- the element ofW a'r, on it as the harbinger of ii.,ern;.l I a<'e SO I i i vessel,- <^1o "
which they essayed st-oiise:for their aggran- far as concerns the6 mighty strife hich ,he T ns he i r or0
dizement, has given birth to a danger which slave question has given bil in : o ,langeros SlualiO, of the-P"s A
they scarcely dreamed of--destitute of abil- Mr. Stephens of Georgia, asked leaveI,).:e r ...eiTo no l'-d ^o,.-
ity to manage the 'ffirs of*the*'nOtion1- submit the fo allowing preamble and resdl,,- the .psgr t, ** ** 'g*it
,,ey topun~ged the ntyr ote-ar--an dions. whiehwere read for nfori;ntion, riz : *"e passenger-,;,
ihey plunged the country into War-a.!d4' Whereas, it is no less desirable iliat ihe as-iire in the long-boal--ihey weqe tber
destitute of foresight, they are surprised by interests and honor ofonr country slIOhle lie (|;ihs so eni|l>ueJ, ,ai #; 6; ast o w -l,'-
a renewal of the Missouri Question. The cordially sustained-and defended so long as ; norther commenced -blowina ..
Southern -Wljigs are by this question bs the present war with Mexico continues 1o .. 'befc .:e'-E =
they are by that 0hf-t'Mexiean War. exist, than that it should not lie u necessary ve0l!n t .' he^ ot'ri" ..,., ,
prolonged: but should .be terininaied so dlie greafer p.irt of those wlioa ,
They charge upfn James K.,Polk, and his soon as an"honorable peace eanbe ol~lnned: landed, were,.h jtat f5El pti s0[ B^ Sf&
advisers, that lhe danger which now besets and whereas it js believed, lhal a diversity I f Ihe 'virt i U'.if.u.- ,.11%F
us has been by them brough(upon us-bur ofpoinion prevails, to a considerable rxient.
'T -rWIM S ew IIse- s.lw a iIn's u'riid l
".. ,. , & as to tile aimsapdibjects riarwlutl, ihe wai _-> ._,s ,?
faithful t; their American citizen ,ho ,I b 1 prosecul9i : an, fl being pr,,per G a'nid festivities'ih1J
they will defend and protect the -rihts oaf. -iat this nantteyr shoiftld e seuileI by a clear of I lie Qutei,;(^^.a ij- g.
the South, and of the Union-both against- expression of the Legislative will. solemnly place in |lawifxt l 'O lJ for "'"
Ilie carnies of Mexico as well as aanst M(- m^r. proclaimed'o-hiiorl,,ie itaref re. ,' Theri a.i
Polk's Northern Democratic allies- the lat- Rprese v esy, in nssembled-, hrilliavtly illd m m ed'wi.'h ns; the frig
ler ilie mosu'danaerous enemy of the two. That thei-pireset wltr wilh- Mexi'o -is vo, Chriotina lasalsobillianii' illuminated w'it
But whilst ihe Southern Whigs are ready waged with a view to conquesi.," or lie dis- parli-,olored lantems. Tbe .ltbiatjcg! .
to vote millions for the Mexican W ar-, memberment of that tRepuhlic hy ,h o,. i- ornnd ball iri the former Belenq ..Ve.I
whilst they are ready again 10 peril heir sitiob ot any.portion ofherlieilrilory. di,! also ill/Caoin Genral .-s'S.
Be it fur4,lher'Resolved, by the ;,riiiv th tilsf} ilr Captain Gveneral -Ui-s
lives iid ilhe-front of battle,e, as they have been aforesaid. .Thai it/is lie desire of lhe Uiihd hud al Ie Inrre-lerrhiiunent" is sa "
doing at Palo Alto and.Moniercy-whilst. Slates to terminnie-hoslilifies upoin lernis hve cos. eighi fhogstd._ .Jl"^ .1 ..'-
I they are willing to forget all other matters, honorable to both parties embracing en our a btII fight gieil grali" tJy e A .ti
and make common cause'wilh ibe De moo part a -liberal' settlement of Il, qjesdion firework nii n-,r ^ e^.m
1. ie t ,fi e ,r rti u ry par F ,-
r e.h o h r t growing out ofthepro|>eralpf-rightfifl honn.. ... oh ",r,, s.e .
: crat. of the South, in resistance w h' dary of Texas, and the full recognition and finaill., nd all the various en iert 2iAwA.
Northern Democratic war upon Sout'hern proper provision sn er part Io be made for uhich the Hahaner.os.. Io. ^-ii'm' 3
instill utions-t-they will never consent in any all the just claimsof our citizens; lthe % hole prio1 of which iey excel. .The Etlii'^
such terrible struggle to fight under the to be:adjusted by negotiations, to be insli' ell4heZD(rogoein"(ektasi0elipf ""
s a o a ted and effecteft according to the conslinti- inf toh Ihe beaulw l e"10 exitsi hfiih e "
her olJambus eswhilst.t re tional form ofeach gnverment respectively. t- ,-,-,t .e .o Tlei "",
i The. Columbus Times, whfilst it relu'cV Mr-rmohwn tes bjrel h ~l;iern co tumes, _'..
'Mr..Dromgoofie, with ot hers, objeciedl. tebl;ier q, olT!, ly." _oy -
tantly admitsil s admiration of the patriotic Mr. Stephens moved a suspension of ile figpies and graeful niblin: .._r .,
,and eloquent speech of .that gallant and rules, but the mo-tifhmimvdisagreedtlo--yeas, itiTnlellI hlctd of ourCas+i-liari-;ri",
+ glorious Whig, R. B. Toombs--and whilst 78;nays, 88., "" hf quill, tan'l lht.sVfS he ^jffy ^
*it acknowledges that in the time of peril,; OWNEKS OF. STEAM BOATS ON OUl{ il w-;s out all e~^.iriimtbht;nlJI,.Q I1'i.^ .
W hig patriotism is ever'found burning with +- -. ; (*:+. RIV'ERS. f-ul erealures. .JretjT p ,he,...tlBk+.,_ i^.
Sa bright and inspiring flamne-mars tle-grace .W~eommcnd.thie hollowing, article to-lhe Crce0l,,4,-rr cily, i nhabiit;,nis'f
1 with which (lie adm mission is made by-comn-: perusa-Iofasie alm bo al owners on our rivers. \Ve wish h,i,t, soe enchainwr 'Jxrj~t fci t
i p l i n t s t h a l h e W h i g t o u g h t h e y a r e T h e ~ o n l y S u r e w a y t o p r e v e n i l o s s o f l i f e b y (r a n s p o i il e d t ,as i ti o f hf i t t~i rit.c oi r os.^
r ready to sustain the War-are unwilling to bursting, of steam .boat boilers, is Io holI ;and Irrog pornls,,ihti lhe'mHf(-t^^^E
Ssustainu James K. Polk who, says the Times, the' parties iiltereiiHe,! in Ihe "navigation of claus scene wtilch iur H~avit bror^^fa~tg
Sis emlbarked'ifl the same boat -with' the th" boat-res'ponsible for damages: and we w:,tnlnnly" painlcted10 sei'ourmoutlRi^oe
rMexican War for the" next two years."-We wo-uld be~glan_|,l see-a' hfiw passed lby llhe Jusr. ~iinngle n'l'^ddr +lelrff arflln F^lriBig+
t hope t-he War will be saife at an ernd, alike LR~gislallireg'vr)'ga'rig~llof action for dam- ltlis'biafbarfds .re.t,'..'rfea'g I'hrS.^ -
e gloroious and profitable Io the cottuiry, tbe- ages to the r~ppresenilaivps Of any .tpersiin lioni el'stch el eSl~irllte. s~ h,,s lalde'^.ly
fore the time here specified, and we frost it- kilJed by' tlie+ burstine of boilers. &,c., of jHalt.oat of gi~l.dljS-
Swiji so be bgy dint of Whig valor -and Whig steam boats, ,where lthe injury ean'be shecwn "i "'=: -y n... ..e^i~n i:"i'^ ^
patriotism---but whilst lhe+ Whi,s will be 'prina faceie to lhave been the result of dt;- ilnsiibreakto n~licensi-btliro"aBlwn"ftl,e,.tenia((tn|,
I pr~odigal of both to+ su~s~tain the War, they feels in the rna.cifitiery., 'It"ouir!)roi1 r'"will 1e,l .-u.roilltfi Iw^.P. ... -
never wiflthe found g-iving.,id and comfort" -There .h-f'P been-co,,paratively few lircs is ,.noihier round' nf ^mnhSjjr_~r~Sf
r o it a o Ja s K.P l Though Todst on otur,,s, eam exulo.,ons, :,nI vities to po,,e oflf. We'lwill try] f .llB*i[ |

ihe is embarked in tihe same boat withbThe we lyelievp,, wrnm (lie ehata.cier.,of.jhe, bo, as -iy Ao his pi1i"o'lgwf,-^^i,^^i
War it is not impossible nor impr obable built in the lasj few years, there is not much ourselves, whether his.pR'Is. lae. Bl
that the War will arrive at a Safe end, reason to anticipate any hlssarising from de-h:,ndsomeastoturnflnk's ieffdq _il1
)f .. .mea ot r f l'' j
,| whilst His. eel 'elencyw~ilJ mreet his political fective. oilers, but it is well enough to be _- '_ WS'.
- dealh, ar6d that too by reason of'th M exi-, on tle alert,tp.o-ins.iure attention and care,
l can WVar. The Whigs will take carejofthe by hl'dbing;Up Jo! View ilhe conseqences 'inc. iried*il,;aga, ,n;^^^. gg n
d boat that has the War in it. 1utthey bg6itd that m1v e,,nsaelo owners and others, in the' Brewer and Orhri ," n. ...' ,
be excused from-taking bmesXPo n shape of hea-vy damnsues, for a failure to i a,
o tow, and will quickly push him out andrei e nc~ l," "wiih th'ihe lequiremchis of ihe lww E dward' bl fI isb 4.-he."*A -
''" ~tire districts ~lof e'b"
e him swim ashore the b4sl way he can. -/i relating to comm0-p carries. l..e .... -p da. .
.....Edgecor b ,. .. ..
" We have our hopes that the excitement LIABILITIES .OF OWV-.RS. E,
d upon the slavery q questionn produuced by P res- e A law-spui has recently been de fterm iued "- b" T a ..... l '
ej ton King's Bill will be f.,,ay allayed,--s, before the Supreme Court of Alleghaiy ,.
county,.Penn~yl~vania. which inu~oives.a point known, a- 4hie. Ngox.',,do~ b=
- all other dangerous questions have+ been f..o, r m'ueh.itipoitrancp. and is sorare, an fire on the 61st t -.' A'b u y!
o by means -of compro'mi4Se, spri'nigin fron example of tlei du e appreciation of life hand were -odesroyedard' t'vevy mar, ^ B. "
e that atlachment which all Amlvericans feel limbas tmeri'tsonleng moro nlinn a rendered.houseles in
... ... + :-hnothr GeaterPassing mentjb~n-.,The action was brftight edrdhueesntlk
s for the Union-andtoroneta-olh0r. Greater
+ i i, i, T? by Mrs: Scanhihro-recnver dainaies for in- R _o t.'- ter... i-. te-
d- (larer, hvebIeen.n .ounleie~l by( . a -lsafely assed.away "ompa-ny f,, r'o,, ',.......ift. e, "
public, and +have all sfey passbd awv r bed the steambo-'d atter. Capla,, Collins. .m'3". ,
e dispersed by the counsels.'of- the clm and which 'occurred borrihe 17rb March, 1843. mand of Capf.. fro'D, paBs .1
St wis me of thei na"ti-on who- devote. e them-,h- T e' evidence received. lenionsfraied Ihe Raleigh, k;.fw.,ys-sinwe in--
', f +" -. l'ielt of the' explosion whlle l' e boal was! ,\ i l .r n,in ..j / ir,:rh- .
ie selves to k eep up th e fl am e of itib erty--r,-r -e,.,, p ,,,lur g .,nd -roved' ,2sr *^' .^. -
11 prevent 'iis e xrnus h "by, thear oI i^ fef~ls of life and -s~ul~o~is ft^^ r el^-i, *^.^1 ^
I, 112 ,iS ,+,t,,ne -as m o t. ;
.~aL-ion. or the gales of party. 'We- haY' its consequences., "Among t hdse w yutded7 -9 nevert,)fflrj..^^i
never fear.l for-the issue, ^hd'have'da- was Mrs. Scantlin The ihoile.ffltle boat,'A eping; W" torfa^.>^eial|^P
lo o k ed fo r o n e |,r .po s tio n fo r a n am icab le e.... a + -..i, "- id P'l.c '. + '
,.the doredfu ,accleni "os impld. "-
"7 'settlement of t-6e vexed ,; ranted by fo'met similar events, we have JJudge. Lowri~e. brought in a verdir for lb j-'",WR^^tggggg.
'lQokcd for it firo m nbg W-ig d fe Gon- plan of ,.'1500.,I t ,,..vr o; gl t g'l, -l"' "- ~ M ,

heir consti uents, byvotirvg bor a bill known
to be one oi a system of measures, which is
intended k" ostracise the entire Souith as a
section and every. Southern man who is not
a ft'ait'or -o the South.?
There isone cheery fact -however,".de-
moriraied:-by this- vote'. If Democrats
Ih .ve bel rayed, lhe so'th,: the whigs,-a-4mos r
to a manly haive been firm, and the names of
Pendleton, of Virginia, Graham, and Doc,-
1, e ry; of -N Tombs, of Georgia; Hilliard of Alabama;
Thjbodea.ux,r of Loutisiana; Crozierv-,of
Tennessee, and Davis, ofKenrucky, should
be held in greatefu[ and lasling remem-
branc ae :by-eei'y' ssoit hern fiieman,' aSYoF
pal riolsi,'who disregarding thre trammels of
parlv,. had the -independence :to assert tlie
consiililional righlis of their cd-nslituenls-in-
ile -preskent crisis. ;.i1llnot you Mr. Edi-
tor, reaeh-foorth. the hand of political feliow-
ship to -them nadn- Io-' all such- m hboti -n this,
moment of peril, plant themselves bly us on
i hbeplatfor-' -or the 'constitio n. Will
not i-heSouih aronse ?: Who cab:sleep, or
wvito capQbe-silent in- such ,in emergency?
"In, my nextJt'will expose the manner in
which itis proposed to-draw lhe Senate into
i hle saie-i position as t h e-1 1ouusre.
[C.orrespondence cf the Charleston Cour1e4.]
-N'VASHINGTON, Jan. 25. 5
-_The greatest agitation and- :uncer'ai nty y
exist heiein ieegaLld to lhe management of:
ihe war abd the stalt e xf the finances.,- The
conference hIeiwepn lie Military. Cominit-
iees and te Se-crettary miay leadto some
tro)per coticlnsifts and at ts'in regard to, the
waf ; biut thereapears lo-be no cure for tlie
entire depletion' an:I exlhaustio'n of the Trea-
sury-whichl it -has created,+ and is likely to
,i'ieate. by: sgoinelaia t rl~he teai and
cr, i'v;e d.1v %%ill he ;,,,.in ti'ied-in ihe House.-
t-Iil'_ in.2i ih;n lli th Secretary-of thb 7 r-a-
sury mtist-sti-l! .agree o propose ;'i iterc.'edl
rate-of duty on al, Ullhe 'iixt-les'Bowdutiable.
Blit the Secretary has fully coininuited himn-
's'ell'-afi:nstisthe l uer proposition; by giviin'
.iAllsopiin:onthatf:it wuldh not increase tth:e_
r'evenu'e -- ,* :" <
;.The +Ten-Plegiment Bill was passed over
1o-day by .lt)elSenate.,an Id, it-was reinarked
t.h;.l thpet''w~s< no pressing necessity for its.
pa-ssage -]. I 'fis -conjectilred that it Will'-tiabe
too liate-fortrhe employment of'tlit t for-ce;, ait.
tIhis season, in;an ahact on VeratCru-z.
jMr.:Bentoff oht:iilned leave' to make: an
,ilpose u- thn the sul1).: ,_ 6 ?t1e ecours'e'0of tIhe
Piesiilent in rt).ald to the :;Lieut. Geibnral-
slifip. .:Mr. Beiiinn' i ,marks were written,
amd-yfii will fin6.. ilien 'in- th papers. -'Mr.
B e n-t o n'S'-i5 piH' -e w a's t o i n d i et e t h e P resi -
dlent atncdhiibsell. You will see that -the'
Preskd-en' Aatst Septfember, offered him t the'
Missioti-io--Fra'+rce, which- he declinedd:" Iri
Navember,'t'Mr. Beniin called' "poi tl-ioe
PRFesidenti: -wo asked "Mr.- B's. advice: asg ta
t he.A c6o'nd u cit of1 tl war- Mr. B nas.
Clai a-n ran( :of .-the Caomnmittee on Military
Affairs-, gave -his vivw-s in writing. 'le pro-
josedit~seeins, thart tere should-be ahead
of Ihe nrmy, in order that, the -movements
shonlil '.ie, lir.iinonious. ',-He proposed that
a.conmmniission ssltbuild :attend" is.- army to
lender nesoeiatio.ri. +-He was for- no linger-
inll, war,'-o masterlyy inaciivi!y.. ]The
- p! asn AtasJ.LiuuLed'-iii n a-- lt&l, g of-M exi-
oI and tihe- Mpeicnns." '] Th'l"prpose was
conillialinn, or 0ignro' wri The Presi-
dent-.off4eed -hi m lhe :a'ppoi n t I e n t of, co to-:
'ma ri'dtlof he army.' The -same i osiiron-
wva- -offered 'to 0jim, it! 1836, b'y Gefneta;
lacksbn-;-when %ir : it- r Mexico wa-sin-cnn-
ieinplaiion.'. A'-sX a so'ldie'r.'he was the : mili-
tary s^uperior'0flany'nfficernowiin Ithe a rmy.
[Fn 16:12, he ow;sa Colonel.- But the officers
of The.ariiy- could ha'taknoe-xception to the
;appoiniiiiet 0f a man -bfron- ci vi. Ii e t l-be
comninnl. The- LCistitution maidethele
President the, C 'tiTnanderin-Chiert' o-f tire
,r-iyatd the-- Pre1iildnil was' take from
civil life. -Ifithe Piesideiit could not go in
.ei-n, lie -could depute hisi Y-ulhorhy-:by
loan, to ;inolher. : -
-It is believed thft ihe project of crenaing
the offce ofALieut, Generial.-will be ngain
b~rfu-slht: up..: 5: .-:;<.+ :. ..
Tlhe Ti'e;-sury :Nr, e and+ ,'Lo,'iu Bill' was
taken lip)by.the eas-tin'g vte of Ihe Vice
Presiilei~t, against: thie views -of Mr. +Cal-
hoiiun, .Mr, (?:in'erin.Hi Mr. Niles,++:and, Mr.+
Evains. whro proi<:_>.ied. nain.4t t.he considera-'
-lion of s*6,-inprltarit a measureT, -without.
having lime tD (examni'e it. nI wav++s u.ged:
liha lhe--teta! exli.ani-iou of. -he Tre~asui-y
rendered I'he inrnediate passage of the bil! a,
matter of stern necessit~y. It wais asked:
hlow siich a nece- nintl lhis- inenasur been' Enought ol'ian-d at;
llhe verv ll,innin2 ol" the~seSsion? Ai the
elose o' la.i' .e'iin anid llie bIjpinninhs of:
hii% tilT-C0-rm'ittee on FTinance vet'e to1JI
rhal lihe Fre'istnr\ u nuili be soon ex'hausled,
idnless. some inea~rires H ere tal'en t~o riplen-_
ishinim^; it--ll'S h fnnti~ii'clwpfliev'bfthe
G o v~e r lnm e litir b e *c ialn ,,t+,tl ; : ; ,'
Mr. ('alhouni wa-ssorriy t o eairn: tat ifaiee
Ti ns-ry ,vvs il n eo nib:liir:,5-c-i a situation,
an-d hie wishied in ,see measures adopledf10
relieve i-i;- :He -h'ad fiot se'efthis bHi i-i.1- =to-

t ,i :e- bills, t:H" 1'iae y.- c awme t'he- Se -
n;ile He wished "0nr-e'd'y in con.hldr-'it.
TheL'iil lncin-, lenwu'p_'iery earnest'aind
able spee,'hes -werbe n)Ide ;";ig;ii, t it,' as a,
fin'pi!cial bill, by MAi., Fv:,nm, Mr. Camieron,
Rnod MI-. Nidesz andh others, awli declared
Ih at il wass tutterly inllepquate- ro the' finan-
cia. wIivl' 11 of t-lie:Trea ''tiev conitendlel -th-lit't would lay t-he toun-
t.11i in Pn I ove'n-i eut banI,=-' that thenotes
Would be 5o6Pn below par:-that the Joan
Could nor be !p,.},ctlreI---rhat the issue :of
Trea-stirv niotes d a i s ,(isu bbt +:wouId' be: _he
immedi i e r.e lt-l.-^,t In11A ,1i611 of-llie
currency Wotld i'llow--i.rifne, fh;,t the go-
verlment m11il t increase lil re iveiue iby, in-
rentsln ieI lh';te1of Jdutie's;[ Ift-he war-co-n-
tinued,-as it. npust,- new loans must be au-
ihn.lized at lihe l e,-iiiin--,'6t 't i ;n l ses,ion,
ain,. hee pr>,pepct o4.t ihein would-l |Iev'el-1
capitnlis ionm inrvestino ihivir finds in this.
No decikinn w-'ntjnad(i on the subject lby
lif Senate. The difnssiin will he eon'-
"linunettl_ o narrow. The bill %ill pass al-
most uIuaniniousl.
The House debale'l lthe land bontny hill,
but came to no decision. Mr. Schenck,
of Ohio. offei-ed some lesolulion; forai-
rest in tlie warlitiuI ihev were nol enmerLaiIned,
The Te.x"1;a. Cap1. WN'alker. a-verry popular
and worilhv Inin b; t.hP waiy. succeeds well
in reeriiting here. He.' will leWive wilh his'
new reeril of mof nlounie femen on lhe
first of Febriiary, Io joi hisi regiment. I
r Ilhink COngress will giant him what th(

Secretary has no power to do, the improved
rifles and saddles for that regiment. He has
already obtained thesupply of Colt's revol-
vers (hat be asked for. ..; *.+
WASHiN-TOtt !an. 26-
SWe shall bear norinore"of tIh-n7-MT'ls
against the Senate and the Whig Senaiors
-for in:ciio, -dejay .of -the public .business,
and throwing obstacles'in there way of' the
prosecution oa" -the war. All that has been
mre0m-nlended by the administration is in a
fair way to pass, and without hindrance from
the Senate. If the Treasury Note and
Loan Bill wans delayed urH'ii 1he Treasury
had hecoine embarrassed, it is not .the fault
o"VCokngres".' it might ha-el been Irought
forward at an earlier period. .The Treasury
Note Bill was considered in the House half
of one day, arnd in The Senate a part of two
successive days oply. That does not look
I&ks delay on the part of Congress.I"
,"The Ten Regiment Bill lingers ; but will
soon -pass. What -is the use of passing it?
ht-was said by -Democrats yesterday and
Whigs to-day, ihat ever-y one knew that the
administration had brought forward that
measure too late for the present military
"season ; that the Ten, Regiments wvill notr
be in Mexico till after the beginning of the
season of black vomit. Mr. Benion re-
markeId yesterday upon the folly of $ending
troops to Vera Cruz. at the comrntfnment
of that season. Tlie Ten. Regiment Bill,
had it passed the very day that it was re-
ported in the House, would have been loo
late. All that Was to be done, might have
been done in the firsi ,week of the session.
It seems now to be'little regretted that
the tea and coffee.' duty did not succeed,
be,'ause the Secretary is confident ihat he
can obtain a loan upon'the pledge of Trea-
sury Notes, without-that duly.
The Lieutenant Generalship is .another
measure of the Executive which has so
far been rel'used, but as there are to be no
military operations, for thbe next spring and,
summer, there could be no' advantage in
having-such an officer or office. Many of
-those who have-been-solici-ting or expecting
offices connected with. thbefyolunteers in
the Ten Regiments, had become rather in-
different to receiving commissions, for the
reason that they do-not wish to go to Taro-
-p i.b, and there wait for some six months
-in a'state of entire inaction. .', "
; The, Treasnry Note and Loan Bill was,
afterr some deb,;te,:-'amend-ed' -iM one impor-
'rant particular, and was ordered to be en-
gross'ed to'"r a third readi-ng.
The amendment is a pioviso, added l-o the
fourth section, that the notes shall' not be
hypothecated or pledged, or exihanged, for
a'1ess sranihan the'amount of the prin-:ipal,
and the interest due on them. The amend-
ment, thoughh agreed to'while tile Senate
acted "nas in Committee," was-about'to bee
:rejected in, the Senate, upon the suggestion
that it,was not wort h while to delay the bill
by sendlini it -o" the House merely for con-
currence in Ithat amendment. But Mr.
(Calhoun. in two or three Words, influenced
the Senate very properly to, agree to it.-'
RHe said, letme tell the Senate that if this
p1roviso be not agreed to, the'nbtes maybe
hylitbiecated at much less than their value
upon their face, as was life case with -mil-
lion's in thelate, War with Great -Britain.-
The amendmnenr was then agreed 'to, nem.
con'. ,
One other ame'drriunt, merely requiring
ce'taiu rel urns, Was-ien agreed to.
Mr. Cass made some remarks, in tbe
.course of- rh4*bdeate, that were of interest.
He6're-feired to tile propositions ,riade and
.aiked of for arresting tih war at a certain
pointt-taking a fine of dem-aication--and
blockadingthe coast. He said it would be
an albandonment of the war on.our-side;,and
-heb doubted whether it would Re' consfitu-
tionahl'f6rCongress to dictate the-plan of the
war to the-Exeeitive.' There was to way,
he said, to avoid the prosecution of the war.
M~exico had nailed-her mnotto io the mast.
Her policy was fixed. Any' propositions
oither -than that of war, that we might talk
bof were not remedies for. but provocatives
of wwar. They would -bring us into co-n-
tempt :twith Mexico, and the whole world.
He considered the measure of appointing al
Lieutenai General a's undoubtedly necessa-
rY- But he Wasopposed to that partof Mr.
Be ft-on's plan which contemplated a travel-
Iing cotnmiSsio-n for negotiating a peace.
Thie Land:Bounty BillI was considered in
.the House. An amendment was+ adopted
in Committee, adding three dollars a"inonth
td the pay of theevolunteers antd regular
"soldier's..7 : ;
:On motiol :of' Mr. Hnolnes, of S. C.,a
substitute for" the l and-liounty was agreed
to, giv"ing ro'eahch noni--cmmissioned officer
and :pl i{ivlt,_ grv~e-rnfiietn steer .to the arnd0Uln
ff 0rie Ihund~red' do~llanrs;,-a the close -of'the
w4,a~r,. redeem~able: ih ten years, with six pe~
'e n t 'i ii l- i e S l : :" = '"
"-The biillisrStill" in Committee of the
W hole. ;* : : : . < // "
'Cuir ic siga point :of Mii'r'eti
quettel \a' a -passing+ conplilme~nt in ou
-Country's ,Father, ,wbich we appreciate

,more par icularly from this source:
, On :that subject,,1 could cite the case o
-WashingIon. He was aULieutenant-Colone
andAdjutaat-General of the -State of' Vir
ginia. His Aoyalhy was not of tlie fanatic
kind which obtains' here. He had'renderet
gl,--at serivieesf It w'a -hle who saved thi
army,~,jetl.-i(rdIed by ilh'e self-sUfficiency'0
'the re.lilarr Gen. Braddock;; "yet it was s(
comiriv.d "th ltat e" should' be n-iade-to" giv
f wt, t ihbeeregu ar 6ffieer's, his inferiors i
everyy ',c.speci.-and Capt. Frye, a 1reguta
6ffierr of that day, was placed in command
7 river \Vashingloii:, Cornscious of his value
- Wasllilfiion would riot submit t) the degra
- l-ition-and his complaints were-de'emed s
* -ahsurd aS tob6e am 'iRug. Bvt "the s'ton
w.hich: ihe:,buildersr rejected became' th
lihad of the corner;" arid Washington: wa
siibseqiienllv olt,:.iedl aDirlk,'do1n.with enor
m 1ilO-U S'" itfipp ninlnfenIs. by -b--the-, very powe
1h til had'deemed hirpti nworihy of th
raniik o0f Adjutant-Geiieral. ''His loss cer
tallvil was I"retrog.'es-ion. bill it wasthe firs
, le| .n his riiad Io iinom ortality. .The. nam
of \ViiW.lington fill,-.the universe. -'He wi
- never tie. -But which of the -i)0.000i00
alive ait this day. recollvels ihfai oft lie slu
r I-iLI Governor of ViIginian .
S C3- A-n exchang-e paper advertisers a/pa
* ieni nmedlicince.e which,:tobe efffctuaql,, mus
I betaken intftnally, externally, and eternally

g(- r -.,nefce oflthe Cliuilesion Meicury.]
_? -._. W.,aHINGro.N, Jdn. 19.
S '1P91^ York correspondent of tli,
-". .r^ ienhiigIon nirhe tdelteal of' Gov.
-W Iili i ,g.' -:5t it -was urcasioed by
n'.-'il on between.lhe \Vliigus, Abolitionsils,_
H-t^^l.'ebmt'e.s. 3,' W hintled iha, tillis wl's
.{i ,+i fhtti Irlallj entioex icy of .t-hat Siae.
-; $ mn Would.Tecreahefr plhay, Ps well as
th.e ,g-. .And se rough, Mr. Pres-
.. { r-o4*o-epi'rese'fls Mr.'WVight+ va~l"
--nlf~of lhe couiesy of lhe House to
:_it^^ illtand re;,d sivetch, the purpose
*'or, tr^ ij a,'s"to raise lhe question and as-
'*r -it of Cgresst 0'iprohibit sIavery
Ie,'gr~rl-il( o r-f a "f -lie Unired
t^ i'-ito'trgerj.hid!.Cunress should
-f.Lfti4a i.ny-and-a Tihe territory to be
[(. l'ii ~of M-.ex'io. The vole on Saltur-
'. 1^it.. 6re-a, on bill exlendinlir, the ordlin.
Sto-Ori' an.o nul ihe if-bale and
f 'f Iife'iinendtinmnls proposed to Illhi
.t Syi~ffi^' "1'-la1n1enwii's tin lie t declarations of
N..o%'s I NIew Y ok tirre;!pownleni, and
-' 1:6 tile faeflion, whose or,.,in M r.
Ingo' is, liasve resolved io naklie anll-
,[i O." .Ihe fiin auncnial ( lemnenis of
-+; !'i }-iiburattenriii n Io llie vole, and an;ily-
"" e l i'l.h. I" s tll) 'mil :
-:THE SLA-vr[!( N.H';' STA TFl1?
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i'^s^.Mtceor's Sale.

|C'-;?/W~i&a'l 10 sle at pliblic Qqt-
Zt~l~r^'puaie d.)o-r in the city of
01,6%f'llfting;property, to wit :
B^^i*S"yl~oel(El, i~n the city of
^^?8^^belonging to Calhoun 6r.,
,:tcte. -in the citv of Apalachicola,
6'3;"H A. Norti-).
SC^%^7,block C2, in the city of
lA Mpdepety b-ilongm.; to Jacob Har-

l1olais of .1 i V), anti the charges
thvd lereon.
*'"JDHN LUCAS, Sheriff;
^IeE-Ofic~io State Tax Collector.
14%a; Sept -2,2, 1-50 37-t6m

Stat.TaA Collector's Salie.
BY virtue ofthe power vested in me by law, I I
shall expose uor sale before the Court House
Ioor in the county of Calhoun, on the' first Mon- l
day in July next, the Iollowing property situated-
n'the city of'St. Joseph, or so much thereof, as
vill pay the State and Counly Tax on'the same
orithe'year 194(3:
I Lots unimproved valued at $30, purporting
to belong to R C Alilen's estate. ,
1_Lot unimproved, valued at $50, purporithg
to belong to Robert Armstrong.
1 Lot unimproved, valued at !$51, purporting
to belong to F G Arott.
3 Lots improved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to R Beveridge's estate.
4 Lots unimproved, valued at $.3)0, purporting
to belong to A B Blackwell's estate.
1 Lot improved, valued at $-2(s), purporting to:
belong to George Clark.
,2 Lots improved, valued at $10), purportingto
belong to Wim Cromwell.
1 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to J N Copeland.
3 Lots unimproved, valued at $.y-), purporting
to belong to R K Call.
31 Lots unimproved, valued at $-200, purporting
to belong to Win P Craig.
3 Lots unimproved, valued at .50, purporting
to belong ho W Colquit.
-2 Lots unimproved, valued u't $50, purporting
to belong to Colquit &, Grant.
2 Lots unimproved, valued at :,50, purporting
to belong to Wm B Duvall.
3 Lots unimproved, valued at $530, purporting
to belong to D IV Dubois.
'2 Lots unimproved, valued at $5), purporting
to belong to J.ohn Q.Da ii. .. .
*2 Lotsunimproved, valued at $5C-, purporting
tohlonng to John Derrick.
'2) Lots unimproved, valued at $t500, purporting
to belor,;g to John G Gamble. -
S Lots itnimpr.,ved, vallted at .It100, purportfng
to belong to F G Gihson's estate.
2 Lots unimpr,,ved, vdlurd ai .,:50, purporting
to bel )n2: to E G Greenwood.
I Lot improved, valued at .9.)u, purporting to
belong to Jaimes G.,slin
6 Lts ,unimproved, valued at $S50,_purporting
to belong to Robert Gdnmhle.
2 Lots improved, va1-lued at 510r), purporting Ato
belong to Edward HFardin's estate.
2 Lots unimproved, valued at $36, purpoting
to belong tu S K H:,dA 1 Lot unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
tobelo:lu to William Holland.
7 Lots unimproved, valued at. 5'1), purporting
to belong to A K Hill.
1 Lot tanimproved, valued at $51, purporting to
blonL, to B S Hawley.
I Lot unimproved, valued at-i.30, purporting to
belong to H. B Inman.
*2 Lots unimproved, vahied at $50, purporting
to beloiig tog LU S Johnion.
7 Lot,; unpr.ived, valued at $300, purporting to
belong to John Jenkins' estate.
3 Lots unimproved, valued at l.)iu, purporting
to belong to Seabotn Jones.
I Lot unimproved, valued at $51, purportingto
belong to Jones &. Bass.
I Lot improved, valued at $53(, purporting to
belong to J Kinney's estate.
I Lot improved, valued at .*12n,), purporting to
belong to J P Lockey.
I Lot improved, valued at $.30, purporting to
belong to Doctor Lang.
I Lot improved, valued at $.50, purporting to
belong to Abraham Low.
5 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, pfirportiug
to belong to P L ithrop. *',"-' ..
I Lot improved, valued at $350, purporting to
belong to C McEhran.
9 Lots unimproved, valued at 850, purporting
to belong to Win P Malone.
I Lot unimproved, valued at *50, purporting to
belong to Thrlomas More.
I Lot improved, vallied at $50, purporting to
belong to Daniel Munn.
I Lor uniinpr,.ved, valued at :$51.1, purporting to
belong to J Ninnenger.
I Lot improved, valued at F100, purporting to
belong to WVm Patrick.
*2 Lots unimproved, valued at $50,. purpqrting
to belong to George Poe. jr.
*3 Lots unimproved, valued at 5o, purporting
to belong to Jud.e Pope.
1 Lot improved, valued at $51., purporting to
belongto WVm D Prire.
*2 Lots iraproved, valued at I'0f), purporting to
belong to Isaac Robinson.
-2 Lots improved, valued at $51.), purport4g-to
bel.:,na to F A Rss. .
3 Lotlsi ,ilmpr,,ved, valued at $.30..puaporting
to belon1 to A R3yAn.
3 Lots n'riimpruvved, % iluied at t,50, purporting
t,. belong to \Vm Row lett.
3 Lot-s unimproved, value.1 at $50, 'purporting
to bel,.,n, to .Ree,). Cul tul, &( Gra~ut.
I Lot unimproved, valuedd am 5,:,
beLong. to hob>:ron , Everel-t. .
*2 Lols unimprove-d, vjited at $3,3, purporting
to beloing to Plinea'i- Rindall.
t Lot imnilrved, vjal~i.:d at ^'"., purporting- to
belonit to G,ot'e St Claiir.
1 Li.l in-proved, v;jlted at $50.'j, purporting ito
belon'j to R M Stewiarl's estate.
Lot unimpr,,ve, valued at Stli;.1, purporting to
behong to H-liinlton Smith.
1 Lot uiiimpr.oved, vahlued at .$50, purporting
to belong to Georze Stewart.
1 Lot u'iirri|:'roved, valued at ^**5i, pUrpbrfing io
belona to J Siveele."
1 Lot in,,hnprovedl, valued at $M-iO0, purporting
to belong fo \Waller Thonmpson.
l.,Iso- itnpr,',ved, valued at *fe0W, purporting tc
belon, to E J Wood's estate.
*2Lolls improved, vahl~e,.l at .fi2'X, purportinlg tc
belong: to Hez R WVood.
4 Lots inmproved, val,.ted at ,.-200i, purporting tc
belong to Cairnot Wood"uff. .
1 Lot unim proved, valued at .$50(i-'O 1p urp orting t(
belong to CharL'es VilIson.
*2 Lols untrnproved, valued at $50.'j, purporting
lobelonz, to J D \Veslcolt.
S [tots uninmproved, vahled at $50j, purporting
to belong to P D \V..,odrnnl: .

1 Lot unimproved, valued at *50, purporting t(
belong to William \Vvat.
3 L.Ui uniniproved, %aIjed at $5.1', purportinE
to belong t,) R WV Williams.
Lots impro,.ed, valued at $t,5110, purporting t(
belong to John D Gray. -
-an.] ex-oflieio Tax Collector.
December *26, 1517,3- -mn-in :

Dry Goods.
THE subscribers offer for sale a large and sea*
sonable stock of Dry Goods, eonsiating in"
art of:
Negro Kerseys and Linseysj
White and,Red Flannels, -
Plain and Fancy Jeans, :
Double, twi4aed Tweeds, .. -.-- ,
Super fancy Casameres,-
Super English atad French CIotlia,
Whitney Blankets, 10, 11 and 12 qrs.
Duffil Blankets, 8, 9 and 10 qrs.
Denims, Kremlins and Cottonades4,
Brown Shirting and Sheeting,-, -
Cotton Osnabu'gs,
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 Marseilles and Worsted Vestings,
Cotton and Flax Thread,
Plain and fig'd Swiss and checked Muslins,
Jaconet and Cambric Muslins, ....
Needles, Pins, Tape, &c. &c.
Which have been selected with great care in,
New York and Boston, from Importers and-Agents
of Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates, and
are now offered at wholesale or detail on favorable
terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Dec. 5, 1846. 41 Water street.

In Chancery---In. .t' e-. ua
Court for Jackslon Counity,
AT, FALL TiciTM, 1846, ..,,.
The Farmers Bank of .,*- *.'. ,-.i
Virginia, ;
Thomas M. White, ad- Ti 'iA'. F.B
ministrator of the es- .
tate of Thomas Wil-
liams, deceased.
IN pursuance of a decretal order of said. Court,
made in the above entitled cause, and dated
the twenty-first day, of November, A. D. 1846,
whereby, among other things it was ordered,
adjudged and decreed, that the underMigned be
appointed Special Master in Chancery for this
cause, and charged with the duty o(, making an
account of such of the intestate's debts as shall
have been presented to said Adminialia eor ith-
in the -period of tvwo years from t he -date of the
grant of administration, and to ascertain what iW
due to the plaintiff and all other unsatiffied cred-
itors of the intestate who shall, have presented
their demands within the time mentiokned, and
that the undersigned cause an advertisement to
be inserted in a newspaper, published in the city
of Apalachicola, in this State, for the space of
four weeks, calling upon the creditors -of the said
intestate to come in and prove theirgoemarids be-
fore the undersigned, on or before the' first day
oe March, A. D. 1847. ..
Now, the undersigned hereby gives otice',to
all such persons as have presented th~ikF claitpsj
debts and demands, against the 'sa4idtitestate tu
his administrator within two years fr6t .the grant.
of administration, to come in and, p ve the same
before him at Marianna, Jacksopo~unty, Flori-
da, on or before the first day of March, A. D. 1841.
Special Master in Chancery.
Marianna, Jan. 21, 1S47. jan30 3-1 m

NOTICE.-Six months after date, I will apply
to the Hon. Probate Codut of Franklin
County, for a final discharge from thd adminis-
tration of the'estate of John C. Perkins, late of
said county, deceased.
Apalachicola, Nov. 21, 1846. 44-6m

BY an order of the Hon. Probate of Calhoun
county, Florida, will be sold in the town of
Quincey, Gadsden county, on Monday, the 22nd
of February next, the following negroes, viz:
Tom, Mary, Melissa, Cloah, Miles and Sally,
belonging to the estate of Jonathan Thomas, de-
ceased, and sold for the purpose of division, of
which the heirs will take due notice. Terms
cash. LUKE LOTT.
Ochese, Jan. 13, 1847. jan232-1m
NOTICE.-All persons having claims against
Mary Thomas, late of Calhoun county, de-
ceased, are requested to present the same duly
authenticated wvlthin the time prescribed by law,
or this notice will be plead in bar 6f their, reco-
very, and all persons indebted to said estate, are
requested to make immediate payment.
LUKE LOTT, Executor.
Ochesee, Jan. 18, 1847. jan23 2-2m

lEtla Coiunty Tax Collectors,

I -f the power vested in me by law,
S 'ina "it-ter dane I shall expose for sale
leG nut Hoi.e-lo in the cily st" Apalach-
,(^kli-ii County, th- ;',llowin., described
t^^^/o'n zir, to t i,'ApaLachicola Land
-e.isb muh thereol ai will pay the
.CoIutLy Taxes due thereon fur the year

ots'Nos 7, `4, O-lU feet each.
7n,iti Bl.,ck 17.
%A3, 5, 6, 7, S, ti, in Block IS.
j-S,-13, 14, 1S, 1.3, 17,lB, inBlock E-2.
".I,-3 14, ill Block F2.
4 i-?.-? Block 1.
j, G,0, 7, s, 9', In lo.,k 4.
!439, 7, 9.1n Bt,,ck S.
go 10tin Bl.ock 1'i.
3 *2, 3, 7, 7, P, 9, I n,, i Blick -2 .
4S,5, (5 G ,i7 1 it ,i BI.,c 2..
. . !5,-6, 7, 1, B1,,>'1k 1;'
3, .'4, 5), (1, 7/, i,i I I ,wk l'V.
_ o 1 13 1', ll ,'c k ) .
-.., 2 -3, 11, 7, S. v 1 .1, i'i Bluck .
42 -to 10, in ll o-,c(k ";I.
^ 6 ,.7 't, 9 I1 ), in lll .,i '.; l~ -I.%
19,1 t, in Block J(I.
sl h1 120, in BI,,oI.k IA..
s'1, .5; 7, , in BIl,-k w.ii
JOHN LUCAl Sheriff'.
nd ex-Oficio Tax C.,lle,.tlor I.'ranklin Co.
iachicola, Nov. 21, 1- ;51 1-I6I-

NOTICE-All persons having claims against
Silas M. Mercer, late of Jackson county,
deceased, are requested to present the same du-
ly authenticated,' within the time prescribed by
law, or this notice will be plead in bar of their
recovery, and alll persons i ndcebted to said estate,
are requested to make immediate payment.
Jackson rCounty, Jan. 3, 1846. janl6 1-2m

GREEN & CONNERY, No. 36, Water street,
have just received and offer for sale
125 sacks Green Rio Coffeee, (new crop;)
100 barrels Northern and Western Flour;
200 Old Rectified Whiskey;
100 boxes white, pale and -brown Soap;
5 hhds N. 0. Sugar ; 5 do Muscovado do;
20 casks Bacon Sides and Shoulders;
5 l Hams;
20 barrels Clarified Sugar;
10 boxes Loaf do;
50 Sperm Candles;
20 barrels N E Rum;
10 ,' White's Baltimore Gin;
10 "" Domestic Brandy;
10 N O Molasses;
50 boxes English Dairy Cheese;
50 pieces Kentucky Bagging ;
30 coils Rope;
10 bales Alicant Mats;
80 bxs and hlf.bxs (new crop) Mal. Raisins;
10 Lemons;
75 Manufactured Tobacco;
25 cases assorted Pickles;
30 barrels Mackerel, Nos 2 and 3;'
20 haltbbls do do;
20 boxes assorted Syrups;
20 chests and boxes Gunpowder .and Hy-
son Teas;
10 chests and boxes Powchong Teas;
2 half pipes Old Cognac Brandy; ,
10 baskets .' Heidsieck" Champagne;
50 kegs Nails, assorted sizes.,
25 bb;s Pilot and Navy Bread ;
3 tierces new Rice;
20 kegs and quarters new Buckwheat;
200 bushels Norther Oats.
Apalachicola, Dec. 5, 1846.

Annuals for lg47,
T HE ,, Mother's Present," Moss Rose," May
Flower,"" Christian Keepsake,",, Hyacinth.'
"Friendship's Offering," Christmas Blossoms,"
" Wordsworth's Poems," Poetry of the Pas-
sions," ...Gems irom American Poems," the
, Boquet of Flowers," Montgomery and Byron's
Poems," Poetry of the Heart," Elliott's Po-
ems," "Christian Miniature," the "Floral Gift,"
the Marriage Ring," the Casket of Jewels,"
" Lovest Thou Me," and the "1 Flower Vase,"
comprise a part of the above now offered, for sale
by J. C. ALLEN.
Also, a large assortment of School and Toy
Books, suitablefor all the different ages of chil-
dren. Dec 26

Calhoun Circuit Court.
John F. 0. Thomas, )
vs. Bill for Divorce;
Marinda Thomas. .
TIHE complainant has leare to file supplemen-
tal bill which- was done. 'It appearing to
the satisfaction of the Court, that the defendant
resides, out of the Western Circuit of Florida: It
is ordered that said defendant be'required to ap-
pear and answer the bill of complaint, on The
first Monday in March, 1847, and in the fault
thereof, the said bill shall be taken pro confesso,
and that this-order be published in some news-
paper in this State for two months before the
day ordered for the said hearing.
Judge of Southern Circuit,
Presiding in the Western Circuit.
(A true copy-Teste.)
H. W. RoWLEY, Clerk C. C. C. C.
Calhoun County, Dec. 21. dec26 49-2m

-" :"" Tob-acca.
HjALF boxes Mlaniifaclured WV L R.,ne'"
f( '"Brahd.
y boxes Manufaclurod : W Price" Bra'id.
.- "r ,'66 do. '
,, WV Birlowv" "
21 Ib box-es .. J WV Mur-ani" "
, l;- lb Limps.
e. e Mj.nulactured "- J IV M,_ran Bian]
ioxeds .. "Npo-
-eon's" Brand "1 M a.-nolia."
boxes Mainufactm,'ed .. .. Napo-
'on'!;" Brand "Strawbery."
S lb boxes Mauiufactire, Napo-
['eon's .Brand -" MN ,,-, ,'.li I."
cxes l.anufaclured N 1M l'ord H,,nr-y Dew
,r.ate '- Lrockery ; lI),0-.,. Florihl SLez~rs
gf.' e ro Caps; t51 d., H grlio Cairpetmi, otulo Cnird "rrac? Chuins.
ow to, lo coi.,, in.--il, bv
f1: LOCKH\R I' &. YOUNG,
~v. 1 I 5:'3 W al.'r street.
1-Anllk IBook-s anl.21 S;.ioiu'lery.
P3DNM3EI Jour,3als, Di Book,, &,r.
.*9---reams Fools.-ap and Letter Papcr;
J3,btton -Meinorandum B ,oks;
-S=hip and River Billk Lading;
,' 'oks for Letter P,'ss.-
.'tank Bills of Ex,\!n i,* ;>rid Checkls,
pSt'itS-eived and l';r jle by
.rch I "!1 F. ABELL.

Beg leave to inform DJealers in Dry Goods, that
they have received, and are now exhibiting, at
the Warehouse exclusively for Printed Calicoes,
Comprising all the
New Spring Styles,
Of British., French and American Manufacture;
which, in addition to their usual stock, renders
their assortment one of the most beautiful and
attractive in the city; and having just -been pur-
chased for
Are offered by the piece or package on the same
terms, at and below manufacturer's prices.
Catalogues of prices (corrected daily,) are
placed in the hands of buyers.
Purchasers will inform themselves of the state
of the market, and be well repaid for an examina-
tion, even if they do not purchase.
L. & B. have peculiar advantages for executing
orders for Pririts, which are respectfully solicited.
January 9, 1847. 44 Cedar Street."

Calhoun Circuit Court.
In Chancery.
Elizabeth McBryde,) .
vs, Bill for Divorce.
William McBryde. 5
TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Conrt
I that the defendant William McBryde, resides
out of the State of Florida: It is ordered, that t-he
said required to appear and~answer
the bill in this case,.on the first Monday in April,
1847, and in default thereof, the same shall be
taken pro confesso, and it- is further ordered that
this notice be published in some newspaper in
this State for the space of three moni hs.
Judge of S,-uthern Circuit,
Presiding in-the Western Circuit.
(A True Copy-Teste.)
H. W. RowLEY, Clerk C. C(. C., C.
Calhoun County. Dec. 21, 1846 dee26 49-3m

RANCIS KOPMAN has for sale:
Ehglish and American Prints;
Bombazine and Silk Alpaca,
Drad Ete and colored Cambrics;
Bleached and Brown Domestics;
/ Negro Kerseys and Blankets;
Bed Ticks and Linsey Woolseys;,
Apron Checks and Flannels ;
Linen and Cambric. Handkerchiefs;
Hosiery of every description ;
Straw Bonnets and-Woolen Hoods;
Kid Slippers and Walking Shoes;
Colored and Black'Gaiter Boots;
Calf and Kip Brogans;
Calf, Seal Skin, Kip and Water Proof Boots;
Fine Silk and Fur Hats;
A fine assortment of Ready Made Clothing,
And alargewvariety of Fancy Goods.
Apalachicola, Dec. 5,-1846.

r-'S AND ( I)IS-- lke-s N.) 1 White
'ad' *2 ) i.1lls W rIt-r 1. 01n1) Oil ; :.-.) alls
ed Oil; 5) hx 5 a1s1,rte.? Gbl.sss 5,1,i Ibs Pul-
4-.-aisnrted Paint I-.riihe,; Black Lead,
r' Brown, Yellhw Ow ;r:u', (Grei-n Pjintfjust
red and bor sale by
|ihi H. F. A3FI.L.
<.'- .iO Consi1enaISIt.
,IOX1 F Troyo Soap;
P-20 Londi'n'.Cihib t[ e;
"25 b.)xes lutida Le fl' T'ob,,',,;
For-saleby B. S. II \VLEY,
__r -sIreer.
='..-. Clover Seel.
[iv pryund_; ofl [ji;.! Red N.orthern Clover
eed,-for sile by
.11t Ii. F. ABEL.
V'Bagging ail( Rope.
!PCS-Basins;; 3.1 i <,,l- 1{ ,pi', I,',r sale by
.. LOCKH.-\Pr & YOUNG,
i .i \ValW .r .treet.

B. Ellison & Co., 24 Water street.
M" ANILLA and Hemp Cordage of all sizes,
Hambroline, Wormline, Marline, Spun-
yarn, Oakum, Sperm Oil; Fall do, Whale do, Olive
do, Linseed do, Raw do, Boiled do, Spirits Tur-
pentine, Paints, Window Glass, Putty, White
Lead, Red do, Yellow Ochre, Chrome Green,
Emerald do, Imperial do, Chrome Yellow, Ver-
digris, Litharage, Sulphur, Bright Varnish, Copal
do, Tar, Rosin, Pitch, Turpentine. Coal, Paint
Brushes, Varnish do, Tar do, Scrub' do. Clamp do,
Lamp Black, Chalk, Whiting, Russia Duck, .ng-
lish~d6, Cotton do, Heavy Ravens do, Light do,
,White, Blue and Red Bunting, Nails, -do,
do Tacks, Ship Spikes, Boat do, Brads, Screws,
Jack Screws, Anchors, Handspikes, Capstain
Bars, Oars, Blocks, Shives, Jib Hanks,-Hand
Pumps, Deck Buckets, Cedar do, Deck Broomrs,
Corn do, Caulking Mallets, Sarving do, Axes, Axe
Helves, Hooks and Thimbles, Box Hooks, Bale do,
Can do. Cotton do, Boat do, Fish do, Caulking
Ir6ns, Making Irons, Marline Spikes,* Ship Scra-
pers, Bung Dippers, Cook's Ladles, Tormentors,
Dividers, Compasses, Sail Needles, Sail Twine,
Seine'do, Sewing do, Palms, Rigging Leather,
Pump do, Shovels, Hammers, Hatchets. Chisels,
Augurs, Planes, Handsaws, Gimblets. Handsaw
Files, Rat Tail do, Iron Squares, Cupboard Locks,
Stock do, Hooks and Staples, Hinges, Padlocks,
Wood Saws, Pendant Haulyards, Hand Lines,
Deep Sea do, Log do, Fish do,-Hand Leads, Deep
Sea do, Sheet do, Bar do, Funnels, Lanthorns,
Chalk Lines, .Pitch Pots, Log Books, Cargo do,
Belaying Pins, Tin Ware, Crockery, Carpenter's
Tools, Sampson Posts, &c, &c.
Apalachicola, Jan. 23, 1847.

In Chancery--F-ranklin Circ Init
Mary Farington, byoher next
friend Hezekiah R. Wood, | ...1.r r
-. Bill for Divorce.
William E, Farrington. J ,
IN this cause it appearing to the C(ourt, by affi-
davit of Complainant duly made, that the de;
fendant William E. Farrington resides in the
United States but without the, State of Florida:
It is therefore ordered that publication be made
according to law, for three months in some news-
paper published within this Circuit, directing the
said defendant to appear at the Spring Term ofr
the Ciicuit Cour-t,'to be holdeni in the county of'
Franklin, and the said Bill or the, same
may be taken as confessed agairM him-,.
.'GEO. W. MACREA, Judge.
A Copy. "
W. VALLEAU, Clerk.- -. ,
'December 31, 1846. janl6 l-3m-

N. SEYMOUR takes this method of inform-
ing the 'citizens of Apalachicola and tis
vicinity that he removed down on the corner
of Water and 'Centre. streets, arid feeling thank-
ful for the patronage heretofore'extended to him,
he solicits a renewal of the same,, by offering to
yon a very neat and select. Stock of GOODS, con-
sisting in part as follows :
Cloths anfd Cassimneres, various styles.
Fancy Prints, do. -do.
Alapaca Lustre; d&.Figured. _
Silks, Grode Ryne. '
do. Montella
do. Satin Striped.
Fancy Cashmere Robes.
do. Marino a do.
do. Delaine do.
Muslinsi 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.
Ribb6n.; in all Varieties.
Brown Shirting, 7-8, 4-4 and 3-4.
Bleached do. 7-8, 3-4, 4-4, 10-4, 11-4.
Blankets,. 6-4 and.8-4.
Ingrain and Cotton Carpeting.
Carpet Bags. .
Hats and Caps, al styles.
Boots and Shoes.
Clothing of all kinds.'-
Also, a neat little assortment of Jewelry and
many other.afrticles .too numerous- to mention.
Apallachicoa, N .14,for yourselves. 4 ...
Apalachicola, 'Nov.- 14, 1846,. ,

Franklin Circuit Court
Roberts, Allen & Co. 1 '
vs. | Petition to Foreclose
Ebenezer Hoyt, and Mortgage.
Wm. C. Lawrence. j
T HE defendants are hereby -notified of the in-
stitution of the'above suit, by petition to fore-
close their certain mortgage dceed, bearing d&fe-
the 15th day of October, 1845, of a certain sloop
called the Oregon," to secure the payment of
the sum of $500., And that at the, next spring
term of said court, I will move for a judgment of
foreclosure..- '
A. G. SEMMES, Att'y for tetitioner.
Apalachi~ola, Jan .2, 1847 506-2m.

- Bagging ald Rope.
-.PCS Kenflu,'ky Bagi,,g;
.10t)0 coils Rope;
: 4 bales B.i iBn. Twine, l,,r -ilebv
;,G'. .'.- .141 \W dter street.
1e.0nert Wilre andl Alum.
S^ElS. each, just received and tor .sale by
f^ ' H. [.F. A B KLL "

The Great Canadian-Re*44inif
Unrivalled for lOw cueof.GgugJ,:Jol bk
.S spilling o f B lo o d W hn 6 1i u g C o ug li'^ j, i ..
ty of Breawhing. Plearisy, Constmis
and al1 [A)r-ase~eof fte.Ltai. "e .'i-S
Bronchi is, a disease, t hai: *i: 8wepl .f4.
sands to a premature grave under.e .|! a
Consumption,'can he cured, by.usmngrtl4 *,#f-
cine. r -
Fur several years past, this mcdccne*s
-in use in Canada, where it ha?" beconie umnit'S_'
\y known, and is considered fheq.ito z S" S
in use for all pulnionary, diseases -h^:- il.t
success which has atten4d.ed-itt'sef"lehTIMP-jaem"
hiy, and the many truly wo er l
have ben effected by it, fias i UA'r, pToI'.
tors to introduce it into ,he' nJni'eawRllm tSli.'
fident of -is being the x'osvsaTfeAodit*tWAl.
medy evpr iscovered;,dm da~p'ed.Iad. l
of | e'!ungs, when. any.rof 4"4l6'-lj oit;
perfor, their natural 'OEM
most'grateful and nqllEigg.4ite.


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". W:'DS St. Crnix S,,zar;
!C)A:d New Orleans S.,ir. to arrive;
_.-..d dJi-SIe.ks Rio Coffee; 3') do JJva ;
. ..-.'x*' 6'? s Afomaticr Tobalcco:
.... 5!1-' Mail't'] >l d Br,,wnl't and Labbv's;
!,.... 2.0 Sperm Ca ndles; .,,., bs brownaSoap;
- "bags Shot ; 50 kegs Powder;
.,-, lbss Lead ; 4 ca-lks3 Linsetd Oil;
.... k*0 egs\ While Lead, Nit. I. Exlra and Pure.
.For saleby' WM. G. PORTER & CO.
.oB...ec1;.5 =41 W\ater street.
.^ '" .F..resh IHerbs.
j. cG.E, Thyme, Suminer Saw,,ry, Sweet Mar-
- ,b....'('atnep, *n :- ml;<:d ? :,;ji t .received and 1,',r sale hv
. 1 .3'.- -. J. C. ALLEN.
.~.i,-,]Tfs Tzr .ad Silk flals.
- " rVA$ES superior Viiur and Silk Hals, which
."^ ate offered very low, by
J*.^n o F. KOPMAN.

Groceries and Ship Stores.
RI0 COFFEE, Java do, St. Domingo do,
Northern Flour, Western do; N 0, Sugar,
St. Croix do, Porto Rico do, Young Hyson Tea,
Hyson do, Powchong do, Souchong do, Goshen
Butter, Cheese, Lard, Bacon Hams, Sides, Shoul-
ders, Molasses, Whiskey, Mess and Prime Beef,
Mess and Prime Pork, Mackerel. Shad; Salmon,
Herring, Sounds and Tongues, Cod Fish Tongues,
Pepper, Spices, Catsups, Pepper Sauce, Olives,
Capers, Pickles, Soap, Starch, Tobacco, Navy
Bread, Pilot do, Crackers, Vinegar, Dried Fruits,
Beans,- Salt, Raisens. Macaroni, Vermacelli, Ar-
row Root, Corn, Oats, Buckwheat, Mustard, Rice.
For sale by B. ELL18ON & GO- "
Jan23 24 Water'street...

In Jackson Circuit Court.
Etheldred Philips,) ..-. -4 ;
vs. Attachment for .120 00.'"
Richard Tripp. ) -
THE defendant and all others interested, will
-L take notice of the institution of- this suit by
Attachment, returnable tothe'next'term of the
Circuit Court for Jackson county, and appear
- and plead to.the declaration filed inksaid cause.-
..n. A. H-BU8HBSH F Atts.'
Marianna, Jan. 14, 1847..jan23 2-3m

BOOTS, Shoes and Brogans, by the case-
Women's Shoes and Buskihs;
Men's, Boys and Youth's Brogans;
4" 4 fine sew'd Brogans;
Men's pegged Boots;
"1" fine sewed Boots;
Russet Brogans. For sale by
Jan 23 24 Water street.

-.BITTERS, just received and for sale by
Nov28 H. F. ABELL, Druggist.'-

Tarrant's Effervescent 'Seltzer
'H EALTH RENEWED, and. an invigorated
and healthful condition o.f body produced
This..preparation is universally allowed to be
the most popular remedy of the present day, ftor
the prevention and, cure of Indigestion, Bilious,
and Eiv cr Complaints, Nervous Weakness, Head-
ache, Heartburn, habitual Costiveneqsa,&c.
Travellerf and r-esidents in warm, climates will
find it a desirable" article; it prevents any, accu-
mulation of bile, is portable, and the method of
preparation is -unusually convenient. Children
have frequent occasion, for- gentle and cooling
*purgatives; they will take -this aperient in pre-
ference to any other. Sold wholesale and'retail'by
Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist, &c.

FOLGER'S Olasaonian, or All Healing Balsam,
for Consumption, "Asthma, Coughs, Liver
Complaint, and all diseases of th-e ihroat and
lungs, for sale by
April.11* I II +<: y.-H.F. ABELL:-

ZEASE'S Clarifi.-d Essenc -e of Floarhound
YCaity---a fresh supply just received and for
sai''bv'- H. F. ABELL,
" w:t ___ ___ Drnigis;it.
il j"** oo~is an t S: oes.
'NrOY'S and Men'-, Russet Brogans;
30 [^i'Bn'9-sew.'d and Ieg'd Kip Brroga. ;
-Gents fine Calf. Brogans-;
.j i$d'and sew'd Shoes; Children's do. do.
S jer'La.dies' Kid and Morocco Shoes;
"LdFes' coarse and fine Call' Bonls.
Itlrg and extensive assortment, just received
*. re BYe'by WM.G PORTER & CO.
"Dec -5 -41 Water street.

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Tax Colleclorts Sale.
BY virtue Of ,he power %ested in me byvlaw, I
shall on the fir.t Mondav in July next, expose,
for sale before tlhe Court Housedotor, in the coun-
ty of Calhoup, the followin.- described property,
or so much thereof as will pay the State and
County Taxe.- due thereon Ior the year 1846:-
700)0 acres third rate land, purporting (o belong
to John D. Gray-numbers not known.
and ex'-otficio Tax Collector, C. C.
January 2, 1S47. 1-6rn

Oil Cloths and Carpets.
8O PCS Oil Cloth, 1 and 2 yards wide; r"
10 3 pcs super Ingrain Carpeting; ="
3 Cotton ,
2 ', Stair' "
For sale by. 1WM. G. PORTER& CO.
Dec 5 41 Water street.
Fine Boots andtBrogans.
1 Q CASES Gent's fine Calf'Boots.;
.1., 300'-prs .. +' Brogans.
For sale at low prices, by
Jan 9 F. KOPMAN.

Flavouring Waters. *.,',
A N assortment just received, and for sale by-
Nov 29 CJ. ALLE.N-, Druggist#.

,White Laead..
/f/'[' LBS, a superior article, just re-
50.00UJ ceivedand-fr al'e by :1' -
Nov 21' H. F. ABELL, Druggist.

Blank Books,4 Fie Writing
Paper, &e. ,
A GENERAL assortment of Stationery, 'con-+
._ -asisting of-Foolscap and Letter Paper of the
-finest quality } Blue arid While wove (ruled) ex-
tra fne Quarto and Packet Post; also a-beautiful
assortment of French Lelter Paper, Pens "&c.
-Just received per brig Alabama and for sale by
Oct. -" J. C. ALLEN. ,

'--.'.Iron, Nails, &e.
TO.QNp Swede Iron, assorted sizes;
lIOO'kegs Nails, do.
asks Weeding Hoes, aisorted qualifies;
6aoltmith Steel Faced Anvils; I
. ii/. English and Amertcan Vises ;
-'; "'. Bellows ;
kieja' Spades. anol Shovels;
bioblins? Axes;
gaa3Chfon-and Woolen Cards;
a#iB laid's Caot Steel- Mill Saws;
iDa'Gas'd German Steel, for sale by
S' W- -1..G. PORTER & CO.
1,. _. 1 r W ater street.

Dr. Towsseamd's Sarsaparilla.
THIS iniv.Aluable and instly celebrated com
pound has just baen recurved and Ior sale by
Dec -6J. C. ALLEN, Druggist.

Dilmgs, Medicines, &e.
A LARGE and fresh supply of Drugs, Medi-
cines, &c. ,consisting in part of the, follow-
ing articles :-50 doz Castor Oil, qts, pts, 6and hf
pts; 5 bxs Houck's Panacea ; 10 bxs Olive Oil;
40 kegs Epsom Salts;. 10 bbls Copperas; 10 lbs
Gum Opium; -20 lbs Sulphate Quinine ; 20, doz
London Mustard;' Her'bs 'of' 4all kinds.; ', Ibs
Nutmegs ; 1o bxsStarch; 20 bxs Lemon Syrup ;
0 kegs: Peaflash.;. 2. gross. Seidletz and Soda
Powders; 90 Ibs englishh Calomel; 20 dozSpts
Turpentine, and a -general- a0ort menI of all arti-
cles in the Drug Jine, for Country Merchants,
Planters and Physicians. For sale by _
March I H. F, AABELL-

Ladies'Ane Kid and Walking
1 Q K PRS. 'Ladies' fine'Kid-Slinpers;
l.,J 1.50 _prs. ,*, Walking Shoes;
100 colored Slippers.
For sale very low. by
Jan 9 F. KOPMAN,

SHEETINGS, Shirmngs and Prints, by the.
bale and case, low for cash, by
Jan 23 .24 Water street, .

Latump Oil.
W"INTER'STRAINED, a very superior ar-
ticle, just received and Inr sale bv
Nov 29 H. F ABELL, Drusgist.

W iSTAR'S and Swayne's Balsam ol Wild
Cherrvy just received and for sale by- ,T
Nov-2- ...... .. J. C.-ALLEN.
SUGAR PANS at Manulacturer's prices, by
Jan 23 24 Water stret.

il/ I'^/ SACKS Liverpool, carpf' of Bri-
J U000. tish ship-.Jessie, for. aeby
Jan 3 Y DAY-&,CO.

6(' BRLS. Sweet Cider, landing from brig
20 R. C. Fisher. For salebv
Jan. 23 NOURiSE, STONE ; CO,

,.just received and for gale h)

;mtr.t.ifstrator ottices.

\DTHE iubl=y-~a~c
Constantly haie.b n
^^y aisortn-4nit 6f DHbi'lm lri.. M~
f CFES, which be wiUamt .
^^ atd of. tbebesL quakjr-t~l
Merchants an0t w
to their advantage to -alAeTaini' U.B. ^l
.t.ds, before purchasing elwewhe'e. '.^-
N. B. Physician's .preacription, "ifid
care an aaccuracy at any hour or tfe^R. 'tiJ
March Si Cor. Centre and -D'


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500 CASKS best Thomaston, for sale
500" D. B. WOOD & CO.
Doc 1-2 Columbu~s Row.

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Sims & Cheever,
Office No. 2 Water street.
dect2 Apalachicola, Fla.
W.'. WooD. E. B. BAL.ou.
W-6ood & Ballou
Office No. 42 Water wreet.--Up stairs.
Jan 16 Apalachicola, Fa.

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..Edward McCioly,
Office No. 50, Water street,
Jan 16 Apalachicofa, Fa.


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Cotton bhulht on order.
l-el.'ers to
.Ne' Orlin .-
1.'- H' r L it.oL MKNZIEso Apalchicola.

:'-;(. "-*'*,& J. Schiffer.',,
* i-., 'E.iAL.K.ANNJ RE FAl. GROCER,
dQp j.*AtEc.alar,ttiimnhn paid to putting up family,.
AtreaM!bojt and sliLp scores.
2;jd O. Wo.-J .Water street,
.I I Apalacliicola, Fla.
' *",<5- '. S. aV.enipo-rt,,
/0 .1 A -R J N A-N 0 C 0 M M I S S I0 N
No. '.5 \\rater-street,
.\.palaC hicula, Fa.
fi Liberal Alva ices. Inide on c.nsilgiments
W0 my, fri'alsJ I N.:.v O.leamn, New York or
Livfrpir ,April. 1,S4 .
SH. F. Abell,
LV i 1. ; \. : \ -D Ir. k\IL,
f EL tr4 0. t ., J ;, [S.JICIN F_, PAINTS,
*:4- 0, L4, GL \ *&', -.., x*
Al 1*-- .;k ,! r .dl ,d .,i nt l-:11 u" St.tiner).
'4.0t r. -of" C .:.-- tl.nt anld Vdter street,,
A*i lttI Ao lihicol i, 1'Fa.

11H D. D.arlei,
No. -2 Culumbu.s Bui.ll linLgs,
S;Dec'. ), If 15. April a'ch1 ',11 Fu.
Be iajisinij .Salter,
-C -COI M ( S IN 1 l0 ER M 1 A N T,
x- N,. -1 \VW atTr 4strot-tlIp tairs,
' ec. 1, IS 1.). A ii,.l ]p, -. Fre aIl. E. D a;-i;
-'. C AND C 0 M mI S I 0 N
". No. 2 C u.tltb'.t- Bl,.ck,
. pc ri, 1s [1'. .A )jla. hioela, Fa.
, zE. Ca HtIR,- PraATr.
01Pgle &A Pratt,
Oi.I.?[N -& 0O)\( M\l >II1)N MERCHANTS,
.. No. 41) \Vat-:r Street,

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S Fralrncis Kopnlnan,
"" .'FHQTHING, &,c.
oefI Ohe niit-Street, Apalachicnia, Fla..
S. WooD. : .. :
Vooi A. Co.
It* ?o^ -Col,]ml)'. Bulhlina;
U- .i-. Ao rnal.chicola

C* *C "L S.S. & N lW.E CetHAN T,,
ptf ,8 4 .. .- $ at ahi- ola, Florid:._

"'" .-. T' H.-A-stil & Co.,
NiiT4' Water Street,
:Ua- elhnola, Fa.
A ^Co.oke .&-Horne,
B.. .o; 13, St. Charles. Street,
A 't E _S. Co'm.E. A.O's o~ARN.
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[Fronm the ring ee.)
'Twae on a cold autumnal night, i
A dismal one to view ;
Dark clouds obscured fair Venus' light,
And not a elar appeared in sight,
As the thick forest thyd'
MtDGGINS-as usual-" lI.
Beat homeward tacki e eft4and right;
When all a1 e ,ce Ihe' rougl up," right
Against an old dead"yew }.
Al t whi he rounded to,"
Aff sqtuating off," as if for fight,
Said, with an oath I shan't indite,
'.-- Internal scoundrel you!
ht WIn 1'l lieck you-black or white "
' .thrrn above hiiw
Adf-0'twighich on a branch did light,
A few feel o'er the boozy wight,
And then commenced Tu wooo-
TU-wT1OoT-Tu-wUooT-Tu wuoo!"
Quoth Muggins--- Don't you think to fright
A fellow of my weight and height
You cursed bugabop!-
An' ef you're Belzebub, it's quite
On-necessary you should Ilight-
For Muggins aint your '" due;"
My money matters are ALL, IGHT;-
Theteat the Owl withdrew;
And Muggins fizzled too.
But Ihere are OTHER chaps who might
Be caught out late some dismal night,
They know-TO WuO-TO WHO!

B. Ellison & Co.,
24Water sfiteet.
Ihn ,23 Apalachicola, Fa.

O e,-Third Story lPtzell's Buildings, corner of
\ Commerce and Chestnut streets.
.11Sosen.tiProns.--Three Dollars per annum,
If.:iAld.-in advance, or $3 5) if paid within six
ths, or i1 0:) if paid thereafter.
Kit. M option taken for a less terin, than six
tik 's d'$2 will invariably be charged for
(tatped.'r No piper will be discontinued until
.4fr '6est(epaid) unless at thi optionof the
7a a nites t Aois srfuare, (QWi'TVe hnegs
- ." bC e 63 iniitj-d-at' the rate of One Dol-'
. .at .mlt, and Fif'ty-CenIs for every subse-
^^~t tnartiour
o. stloe wiho,.Avverti.e by the year a liberal
f.-ount, will, It'm ide; but all adverti40mPnts not
ttictly pertaining to their own business, a- well
as all legal alvertisement- -3Int in by them, will
6e cliarged at the usual rates.
LO- All legal alvertisem.-nts must be paid for
in adv*e -
K-.O-* FivDo 1 t.will b'1 charge]. for announc-
in; candi Jec office.
-'Ot AIll ,verti,_mo: its Ifromn a ili_tance must
h. accorn in ie.l with the cas'.h, or city reference,
Itcimur insrtion.

ir. A. W. Chapmanan
O(r- Office over th'e' Dag Store ol B. S. HaaWley,
(entrance on Chestnut strfet.) Residence at the
housd lately occupied by Dr. BIaRzell.
JaM*t'ary 10, 1846. 2-tf

SE. J. Hardin,
S00- Office, No. 6 Columbus Buildings,
Jan 16 Apalachicola Fa.

W. g0. Davis,
Offers',bhiaservies to the public in either of the
x t' :above capacities.
., He wilt practice regularly in Franklin, Cal-
houn and JacksonCdi'cuit Courts--=and will, trpon
a special retainer, act as Counsel, in any Courl
of the Middle or Western circuit He will also,
argue cases in the Court.of Appeals at Tallahas-
see, the sessions of which, he, will always be
presept at, unleq prevented by accident.
Apalichicola, September 8, 1846.-

Rioberts, Alldt & Co.,
And Manufacturers of Tin, Iron, and op-.
per -W.ares. ,
Wm. W. Sims. WM.W, CHEEVER.

H. E. Owens,
CLA.YTON, Barbour County, Alabama.
April 29, 1846. 2--1

A. G. Semmes,,
80- Office, -Alo. 2 Capt. Simmon's Building,
cor. of Centre & -Commerce streets.
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.

., asiness nrecctor .

S locklh--t & Young,
C 0.M M I S S 0 N mu1 F 0 R A R D I N G-
No..35 Water street,
n nov2l Apalaclfictda, Flai
A.v.A WVLlIF, WVm. A. McKd iZir.

J. Law,
Bainbridge,.(Decatur Co.) Ga.
OjC- Will attend punctually the Superior Courts
of the counties of Early, Baker and Decature of
the South Western, and of the county of Thomas
of the Southern Circuit. may3

We do not know tbat we ever met with
any attempt to describe the Falls of Niagara
which recalled to our mind more vividly the
realities of this great Wonder of Nature,
than the following pair of pictures of the
same extracted from Sir F. B. Head's last
work, "The Emigrant," as we find them
copied in the last number of the ",Anglo-
By NIorGT.-It was in the depth of winter,
near midnight, and pilch dark, when, follow-
ing the footsteps of a trusty guide, I traver-
sed the dry, crisp snow, until Icame to a
few rngged steps which I could only very.
slowly descend. "A little this way!" mut-
tered my guide, as for some seconds I was
lingering on a spot from which my other
foot, after fumbling in vain, could feel no
landing place at all. At last, after blun-
dering fur a short distance among trees, and
over snow covered obstacles of various
shapes, I arrived on a flat surface, which I
immediately felt to be glare ice, and along
which, my conductor leading me by his
lard- hand very slowly, we cautiously pro-
ceeded intil in a low voice he announced to
me that I had reached the point to which I
had directed him lo conduct me-ihe Table
Rock of Nigarna. I could see nothing, and
for that very reason I had come; for in the,
various visits which at different seasons.of
the year 1 hall made to this spot, I had fell
so confused with what 1 saw and heard-my
attention had been so distracted, sometimes
by one organ and sometimes by another-
sometimes- by Oh look!" and sometimes
by Oh listen!" that I had resolved I would
try and mineet my enemies one at a lime;
and even this I found to be almost more
than mny senses could endure. But, al-
though i could see nothing, I felt and heard
a great deal. My first -sensation was that
the dreadfulsound of waters in miniue ears,,
was a substantial danger; and that I was an
aclor in and actually in the midst of what,
ais a passing stranger, I had come merely to
contemplate. The cold thick vapor that
arose from the caldron immediately beneath
me, rartaking of eddies in the atmosphere,
created also by what was passing below, as-
cending and descending, rushed sometimes
down upon me from behind as if it had de-
termined to drive me into the abyss; then it
quietly enveloped me. as if its object were
to freeze me to death; then suddenly it
would puff full in my face, and then whirl
round mne as if to invite me to join in its
eccentric dance. But while my eyebrows,
eyelashes, and hair were heavily laden with
this condensed vapor, which had rested on
them like flour on the head ol'f a miller, from
the same cause my attention was consilntly
arrested by loud crashes of falling ice from
the boutghs of the trees behind me, which
thus occasionally ridded themselves of tihe
enormous masses %bich, from the congeala-
lion of this vapor, were constantly settling
upon them. Yet, although the sensations
and noises I have described were quite suf-
ficient to enerose my attention, it was ol
course mainly attracted by the confused
roar and boiling of the great cataract, whose
everlasting outline, though veiled by dark-
ness, was immediately before me. For a
considerable lime I listened to it all with
the feelings of confusion I had so often be-
Ifore experienced; but as I become gradual-
ly accustomed to the cold whirling vapor
that surrounded mne, as well as to the sud-
den crashing noises behind me, I fell myself
by degrees mnabled---at first imperfectly and
then distinct Iv-to analyze and seperale from
each other the various notes of the two dif-
ferent instruments of which the roar of Nia-
gara is composed-namely, the deep thunder-
ing lone of the fall of more than a hundred
millions of ions of waler per liour over a
precipice or one hundred and fifty feet and
the racing, hibsin,. lashing, and boiling of
all [his 'niter in the confined caldron be-
neathi. The more clearly I understood it:
until, i-n the ever-changing but unceasing
iliunderof iiA- eloquence I could -always
trace, in different proportions, and often ap-
parently in different places, thie presence of
these two voices in conce-t. Sometimes
the stunning, dealfening anomis ,[rfopeeding
from ,hree thousand six h red ilons
of cubic feel per hoilr'trf. t ,emn. ib.T'l-ie
same specific gravity ;is 'suddtlhy ar-
rested in its fall from one hun ired and-filly
' feet, would apparently so completely over-
power every olher, t1)1.t I felt I could point
in the dark precisely to the bottom of bhe

Thomnas Preston,-
No. 29 Water st.-Office. second backrow.
Dec 26 Apalachicpla, Fa.

W ylie M ,cKenzic,
N). 4 VWater stre-et,
Sept. J5113. .palachi"ola, Fa.

: Mi. I1. Btttt.

John Bilbo,
W ILL practiceJn the several Courts of the
South.Westerp Circuit, and Thomas and
Stewait counties
SAug. 5,1845. 31-Itf

Aplaachicola, Fa.

'Dec 2-'

D. Danufortil,
:'JuFr.AU ., A\t...

S 1I. Nickersoiin,.-
1 N, 1 Columbus Block,
IDc 12 Apalachicola, Fa.
Charles Rogers JohtMunn. Eugene W. Rogers.
Chas. Rogers &-Co.,
Water street,
dflee 1-2 : Apalachicola, Fa

LUMBER INSPECTOR.--The, undersigned
having been ajonted Inspeitor ol Lumber
for the County o' o.pnklin, offers his services to
the public in ttift opacity, and will attend to all
duties appertaining tosaid appointment.
March 22. 1845.

L UMBER INSPECTOR.-Havinfg been ap-
pointed Inspector of Lumber for the County
of Franklin, the undersigned offers his services
to the ablic in that capacity, and will attend to
all duties appertaining to said appointment.
'-April 19,1846. BENJ. LUCAS.

SAi. Wood &'Co.,
No. 7, Columbus Row,

B,F. Nou.rse, H. B. Stone, H; W. Brooks
Nourse, Stone & C0o.
No. 46 Water street,
Dec Analachicola, Fla.
J. I. &A J. MI. HIull,
; No. 48 Waterstreet,

Thos. E. Gray,,
-Chesnut st. next door below Francis A'opman's.
W OULD respectfully inform there citizens of
Apalachicola, that he has just received
from New York a large and splendid assortment
of Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, unsurpassed
in qualityor cheapness, consisting of every shade
and variety, which -he is, prepared to make up in
the neatest and most fashionable style, at the
cheapest possible rates. Thankful for the liberal
fivor4 heretofore bestowed upon ,him, he hopes
by. faithtutattention to his business, to merit a
continuance of their patronage.
Apalachicola, Nov. 21, 1846.

'ItHarpetr& Holines,
"'" '' also, '
S A' ", geh)zts-for the. -
S, ,oflie Ctyr ofJew York,
.. No. 51 Water street,
'I)ee "2 Apalachicola, Fa.
C. A. G RN. C. H. CoNNERY.
.-.. een .A& Conncry,
C 0 M1TT fS I 1 ON M E R C. H A N TS ,
No. 36, Water street...
AP.AL.u cLi. A, FA.
Pelican Mutual Insurance Co. qofiNew York.
CHAS. A. GREEN, Aent'ut .,
D,-c 3 Nn 3W Water street. *
Edward McCully,

Fall roods.
E-RANCIS KOPMAN has just received hi-
J' supply of Fall Goods, and desires a call from
his friends and customers, and as to prices, he
leaves them to be the judges; his stock comprises
a general assortment, all of which is offered for
cash-or city acceptance.
SApalachicola, Nov.. 28. Chesnut s(.

.astor Oil.
100 GALLONS in store and for sale by
100 -H. F. ABELL,
Nov 28 Druggist.

e 5' ; No. .5. Water, street. ,
ec. 5 Apalachicola, Fa,


TUST received per brig Manhattan, from New
t York,-a fine assortment of choiceLiquor-1, Se-
garsi Tobacco, Soap Candles, Starch, Domestics,e
&c. Also, 30 barrels choice Wine and
Cider Vinegar, which will besold'low.
Dec 5 50 Water street.

~ ,F~Vrl~L

Vu1,W a*. PorlerCo,
:;-; ,: MEI CHA a .., -
No.41,W\Vater-$-' eet.
.Dec45 < Apalahlic-,la, Fa.

lt. K. 'aylor,

BAGS Java Coflbe; 50 do. Rio do;
-30 40 barrels Northern Flour";
4 -pipes Madeira Wine;
25 boxes Candles; 10,000 Regalia Segars.
Forsale by B. S. HAWLEY,-
Dec 5 "28 Water street.

No. -22 Vater-stret,
Ap ac|ilichi(la.

sept' Iv

7JO111 S. HUtCihinson,
S No. 50 Water street.
Solicits patronage. APALACHIdOO.A.LY Fa.

New Publications.
SRichelieu; Critchton; Ertilia WVindham;
Chevalier D'Harmantal;' Livomnan Tales; The
Bush Ranger, &c., &c., just received and for
sale by H. F. ABELL,
SNov 21 Druggist.

Jas. F. Farrior,
J No. 50 Wawer street.
Dec,5 <..- -Apalachicola, Fla,

J r Day &A Co.,9
-No. 52 Waier street,
;Dec 5 Apalachicola, Fa.
j- Also\, Agents lor.the "'Et lna InsuranriceCo."
the -- Protecuon Insiirani:e Co." and ihe "Hart-
ford Insutance Co." Hartford Conn.

P. WV. Cullen,,
Solicilsa share if PublicPatronage.

Window Glass.
S BOXES jut received, 1 by 9, S by ,:,
10 by 12, 11 by '14, 1 11, by 16, and 1'2 b%
18, fo# sale by [nov28] J, C. ALLEN.

I. 'D. Biigbee,
"o N-.7, Columbus Block,-
Sept. 15, 154-li. Apalachicola, Fa.
Starr & Co.,
EUF.%UIA,, .A .&'-,"
M[ST,r __E"& \VYLES, 1
L. F..8,4ANs &. CO. f
JoHN FR-AMsE & Co Charleston.
C. C. L.TrHaOP &. Co New Orleans, *
WARREN C<1)BWVELL, Columbus, Ga.
A. K. AYER. ) *l
E. J. H.%R i Apalachicolh. '*

.. C. Aflen,
S. _.,.W wholesale admi Retail.Dealer in
... ,GLASS, BRU tiVS, &c., ,c.
.-: -. al-s6+';'
I,"v:'6 t'. anerala.4soa ifment of
S, BLC'NKS, S ATjitN ERY, ke ,-&c.
".'-' ".' '" n 'o j'A.pahC.h'icola, Fla..

,. No. 2 Ws terstreet,
S . .,, ,, "- -: Apalachicola, Pa.
1. -.-,;^ ; -,. + ,
N'0- -2 iVde13'ret
Aver'Y Jonses,
i. 6. No. 43 Water street.,
:: ,&. Aphlchieola, F4.

Buildi g Lots for Sale or lo Renht.
EVERAL Lots well situated in different parts
ofthe city. Apply to '
Dec 12 46 Water street.

J. Stevenson -& Co.
.45 Waterand 0.2 Chestn ut sis.
Are now opening their Pall took of Staple
Dry Goods, Boot4, Shoes, Hats,kc., which theN
offer for sale lo,w for cash or city acceptance.
..Apalachicola, Qef',24 1846.

LeliiglI Coal.
-} TONS, lor sa4le by
.3 jan23 ,ROBERTSALLEN & CO,,


.. .- .;.. ,, -


spa P sMatiD cVURDAY t9Y
W A N-.

W. DAVIS, Editoe.

Wofessional oticea.

S -' Itay bb foubid at his residence, corner ol
Centre and' High streets, opposite the Mansion
House Nov 5.


Iron and Nails.
1 (100f BARS Swede's Iron,; 200 kegs
110 Nails, assorted sizes, for sale byv
Dec 5 J- DAY & CO.
Nowill's Honey of Liverwort,
OR, Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Spitting ol
-,' Blood, and all the affections of the Luings
leading to Consumption, warranted to be compos.-
ed ol vegetable substances only, for saly by
all : IJ. C. ALLEN.
C HEAP PjB .ICATIONS, just received and
for sale'by "'
Nov 21 : J. ,C. ALLEN,

- Is I




For ftent, *
a TWO F-ront Offices, No 3%&.Wateir st.
SS\\Apply to



EXC H ANGE oh New Orleans, for sale by'
Jan 9 J. DAY & CO.


iheriff's Sale. ;
Berij. NE[. -Griffin,^ -
VS. >Fi. fa. Franklin Circuit Count.
Jag. Y. Smith. N_ -
N OlICE is hereby given thiat by virtue of the
fl. l'a. focundedl upon .a Judg-menf of. Foreclo-
sure, f will expo-3e fo'r sale at publi'c' outcry in
the city 01, Apalachicolii, on. the firs( ^Mondav in.
Marcti next; all the right, ti'lle and interests rhe
deiendami in and to a certan'-steam boA`c`aled!
the "Al1bany," tier tackle, apparel and furni-
ture. *JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff',
By BENJ. LUCAS, Deputy.-
Airalachicola, Jan. *2.1, 1ly46d* :*SS




AM-MOM..IMM.I. -----------amw_>- -..-I -- I L-a- -l I-




,leave to -withdraw, said petition-lost. And
thereupon, the sattle was referred to a special
committee, Messrs. Day, Butt and Wyman.
Mr. Butt gave notice that he would introduce
an ordinance at the next meeting, to repeal the
ordinance entitled -"An Ordinance to prevent the
erection of wooden buildings, &c.," otmertain lots.
Mr. Day moved, duly seconded, Ithat- the Com-
mittee on Fire Department, be empowered I o have
printed *5W copies of the ordinance, establishing a
Fire -Depa rtm en t-ad opted.
Mr. Hancock moved, duly seconded, I hat the
Committee on Contracts be empowered to con-
fTact for the painting of the new engine house-
ado-pred. ,
A communication from Messrs9. Green & Con-
nery,, setting -forth- the manner in which the
wharves are crowded with cotton, and complain-
ing o'f same as a public nulitafte, and asking the
passage of an ordlina'nce to have all cot lon removed
within a certain..period after the landing thereof,
was received and read by the Clerk, arnd on mo.
tion of Mr. Day, duly seconded, %%as laid on the
The following accounts were passed and al-
lowed, viz;
-A. G.8emres, City Attorney to 13th inst.8161 00
Sims & Cheever, for cotton box .......... 14 50
8 Lu~cas, City Watchman to 15th inst ...... 5 00
T' !V- Roan, do. to 15th init .... 1-2 00
The following bills were Presented 3nd referred
to the Committee on Claims:
P. Laprade, for oil for Engine ............ 51 50
H F. Abell, for oil for Engine............ 10 $1
John Thomas., for board of'Pauper-3 ........ 5 19
Charles Robinsonj for labor on Engine. .. ...6 00)
Charles Jpohnson) for labor on Engine...... .6 00
---On, motion, the Cndhoil then adjourned.

11k&qRT CLAY..-To thlis dis-tingruislied
Th iffie-eiysof his cotinrynion a~e turged,4
Xykeilmr hii- .psition be-flie foremodh m fli'e
puble.,otivilior %vilhdrawn -fromfilie
woroii"lirare of politics, as now, in the re -
ie. i-rtmelt -of privadife'lie.
&t" 4^ 'c 'oo~vi'_-celeAtid in Waslh-
ia~~n oru?-of the spea-sr oaseiso
s eiF~t-At'iiol;J 1ipn eB~pI ."r. CLAY,
honored V& i^asicii10 by res-
:Illec'lful allui^ ^ a of Ilis Cquptr'y.
-A Rieltm&^R ^-Repa-b.lican rof'ers;
rna-n ~ ~ ~ klt apffP^ ie1to thlis occurrence,
and add's:
H-enry Qlay has.p'fik.n been represented
A' man ( olf *ihrdinate -*m~ifiion ; lbut,
'Wouigft 'lie is -ehfiirely disco ,nnected from
VolijjZej'l'b'ff;tlrs, we -will say ol' him now, what
.we haie 'ever thought, that his- ambition is
Frathertfor hi's .cotlntry ihlim himself. 11' it
? vere olli'erwise, lie could scarcely preserve
Wr tha rt 'r irkable eqmi;nitiy and 'cheerfid-
njesticl, in deflenr or vi~clorv, ill retire-
MISfip"6r-iiilipnblic afl',nr.. Inive'ever di-Iin-
g. Wured Hlis charandl gr-ice.
.11 'l[Y..Io~es lie bear hiiiisedf m every relatlion
*ollf Ii e ier le;a'lin2, on the \V i. tro cl-r li har-!e, or subiniiiing to.-thle
a,^p5^'^fcV-o i' the aidversary. A miajp
-" -i I^^ ^^ ee -l lt"
*'r fssw^ eevilieiI, edl>^ff -Id asal.-
0-'^^ lsire" of tlhat l';ine which liti l
Ir Ir^ P ,-scl~s shadnows over filie

L10 IUTSI.NN. -U Si. SE-4A T 0R Pi PF I- P
-So-ule, Esq., has.beev elected lby ilie Leais-
- latture to nill-llie % ac-iiicy in life Svnii eofllthe
Unit-ed-Stil ':* (itel,.m~entelAlexmiyi'er 13m,1Wi~. HIk ternn
W-Orm~siirce xvitexpire on thie Vii ol" iMarch- l
r nrxt, ;al wflll<:l i limr llhe Hon SAV DXmijs
wivll !,ajk~cjIll se:n1, to sei ve l".r si e-ii4..
Iliriimin helc i elionsen mi ille? 1.144 6e1io ,
in ^ i-flaintre. Bothl ,If lis-efpill-inl'-
;>re amt~xelie~il '10 mid. uweie eclectedl by tile
Dthnocraitie pmiiy.
U S P-.rT-S 0OF T HI: \V.%!I-A DI-:MSDCR1-'
?' ri.- R^':*^. l (G r'lmir Olf N. Y iirl, a
SDeiiisit-Tat ol' lifie fiorc-;rft order, in hlis- hie
sj 14s)^ ) in 111', 11.1.1 RXtl yt f, 1e11. 111V C,
;", *" ye4 l lie frillowinr2, ;ii? ill" i- 'i %4,1114.1 it)-
Of flience.) t I I N..rihorn ei-c iy n s's
? laiiinin-7 ;I %:Ir I- l ^o n T e t i- iil :
r* l T ie D^iomoerais iiir rt [lit- w.11.{**

&781dl'^Ines. te 'vsihed io wiqiz'iie.'Newv

/ ; ~ ~ .*tii^ i l~ike *ror;]T-'d l to h m III "lvi.ery n),;
": (|'^ ^ iiniiw stan'l lhii- iiaho .up i~i atli/-
y a'/^ ^'^irn~l'iwl?;t we lo't in fi'le suff.iij-

;;4161.w, 0o'ci:)'y a1wewll liy 'slron2
<^^^ .cl~ly..(&,uilill:lit l of Illie (lo Atl^ i~~w *ui prove .co)Ijjtia~lF^j

HosT R- l TAV L -A N I w 0>)ra
,corre~lipo [it]eil 0l'ilie GD-'lion ,ir f_ Post",
V" writes. ( Dec. -.21) to the- f-lnoir "
,'Do voi *t' -we iii if i-elli.^-iji lo in>git^ o3]
p.ini"i-.'We'iiilii2 Ilki 'A'.1 froll jii< offi'-e lip to--
Wurnk-ihep St. hai~rles, J10s W l
don you. thinkil it 1,1? 1 li-i^ Ito idewlctv isw
kie who Woftrle-
< 1 M lil'L- if liki Oe 4i~itf iinnn r i'' ^
.Kiclitird Nei~iry W~il d,., ol" P4nr'it b o
1.11- head i lik'' 'T wi iifr,?fi
)Imt'fill- ILu rf %Ire (i' Ill it n l eyp is yet iin-
ifflivir'oed ; -.1nd llife lliiind1er of'n II- loqnetlce-
Is off hieard ait llie ihar. ;I, lie Iins an ex'teii-
-roie prarliie. ain-l I miinersi iirl does hot
ft)le.;id ;myv c;misc for ;I less fee Ovl!aiS~~l
Atl!, we'll : geiiiiis should he rewairded."
STEARI'--'P F..'mNT.--Tle IT ilillwn 1go-
tIny 'nOver aml %%e .ire fa.vojred %% ifh ;boat

'at -fflvjiddter.
*Ljq^S 01F .A HnHEALH OF I1ROM13L-.TlieC
f VNF~ is1 a list 01' Iiefis 11ir11,311ited 10 the
j|'in alfcuhreaHuIi of' promise-" eaP. wlhicli
Titie-fo's,ao6- Post infiiiies w~i? rreemly -tried
'AA4*riuklesbur;a. ;a plac : ect V.Ija ziiinhe r' oif h fltf-1oi. It in iv nRd't b0e
enli'i nWunteiresin, 1 ee :ill life items
4):11 g v n i i re g -ila r ord vr:
Mr. Ell-if/alt--l Miss Jeliilahli- Dr.
..'To d*6iing three cotillions 01) firsi
a'a~q nnianice ......,...............? R 5, 00&
--To vw e of three si-Jis andl one -
A r;t th~r a tnii niglhl,.................. 250 00
.,-T-oVihking of llie color of his eyesi
7'mu qon dq at ch urch ............. 48-160,
1,o~ui to llhe race8, afier refuiina;
*'''ix k|lier bea Li x ......... i......... 525,00
--TO :cutiner Ili ,ree fine felloirg lo
04.4ir e ksh~i i I....................... 93 00
To maaking; a watchi chain ........... 120 -00
-"T6 i-qost-of matlerials U'r do,.............7)6
7pa-,S~'vroidps. and two flirtafion,;.. .1,44 00.
^^^''.te `aiig 'own aind bursmina a
,Otoc ?..!.......................... T 31;
^, kiss. stnlerm, ., .* *. *1 5 00)
0 T allow-ing hIim to ki-%s my cheek ;;
botn linies williout fliii a'I h iig, j11
e .,..... ...... ...... ......... .110 OOF
1v TPa'a' long %valIk by m oo n Ilii", iiicl- I f
*- 'Adrg iinfinfent ls,. ......... .270 00
;"Ta. 1hirtyv-bliishes when lbe pripped-, -
Ai^ p^Ifiqeslwio........ .............. 600 00
:_"* *tTO my. .)4Q i eari. A las! ......*.......*.... 1 941
^; .'?2? 0 00

City Counn il Pliroeedings.
Council met.' Present, ]Benjamin 9. Hawley,
Mayor; Councilmen, Mlewes. Butt, Day,:Payson,
Hancock and WM~an.
The minutes ol' the last meeting were read. and
Mr. Djy presented the Report of. the Chfief
Engineer, %Inch was received and read by the
Cleric, and so much therecif a-3 relates to the pro-
curing, Ladders and Hooks, and forming a Hook
and Ladder ComipanN, as well as (hat part relative
to Fire Blicket-3, waq rel'ei red to the -Committee
on the Fire Department, and I herepott ordered
to be printed will the proceedings.
The Board of Engineers ol the Fire Depart-
ment, respectfullY repfirt to youlr H-i~ritable body,
a list or alarms, fires, h,.. ince their organiza-
tion, viz:
I -On the *-?-d Januar y, 1545.", at 8 A. M., a
fire was discovered 11n building No. _4 ColumbU
Block, an alarm was given, arid the, fi~td .ektih-_
guiqheid with buckfrt-ir water-store was Uno .ccu-
pied, except b 'y thr-ee lodgers cause of fire, sup-
p'1i-ed to prrmceo- from a lighted cigar, carelessly
thri \n upion cotton-ainount lu-saoujt $10. '
2--0i the 2lith Februir y, 1s',At 1 P. M.,
a smoke %%a. discovered iss-uing; Irom store, No.
30, tValer cstreel, an alarm was maide,- an'd the
Fire- ovtiniini.lifd \%iillr-nt mie (.1 Engine -''Icause,-
a del'ct in fire phr -es or -29 and 'If, cotton being
stowed agains.- i lie Iit ter, took fi; re-loss about $!30.
3 -0n the 16th Ocfob.-r, IlvI., at 1j A. M.,
three di@l inct fires was3 di-3ro.nired at About same
Lime; one in wooden building on Commerce ',s~t.,
rriidwa3 heiwe.?n Crenlreand Cliesniitsts., known
a,; the 11 Cijy Cilub house." the eitile/sur,
conm.i-Otmg Ji %\-.:lod:-n buildinrs-waa- 'destroyed-.
anoffier occurred in sinre No. 33, Water streett)
i(jccn;.4b.,,:-tlb B. Vili-:on Az Co. and T. It & C. -f
.Avizzin, and. tlhe other ir. -zt, No-. 29, Water st ,
N'tciipied by E. B. 1%1liitm.~-ir~ and D. B. Wood
\.Co I'rorn thie la.;t two fire., the flames spread,
ijrt.i,11^ihe sl~e5Nosz. al~. 31 and 32, also
brin.kl bniuling, in tear ofl No. 30, fronting on
C-minripror. zti-ler. km.%n'.Mas llhe -*Croton House')!
-'i-iv-3 *-."; and< 34. lValer street, partially da-
']'i~^':d .fi" f' ire:, iiiCfii'iri~ifi--estimated loss
.A! g~.j.J-d and building.; .'570.,71.11. 1
4J-On thei *26,ih December, an alarmn was
f"'uid-u oin 11ire-e stoirv brick bujilding No.. 44
tl'Acir islro:-t-, r.cclii|ied by P. Lapradeli P. Ho-
liuit nnd 1.tlii:rs-cadjie, thie roverboiling of a
ketile of! c;.n.bui.Lilbl.? inatter. nlamesi extinguished
b.% s n*i. 1, 1,-c I.:.Qs! a bnu $f-21).
5 -(--.1 ni-41it (J' 1st Jayaurv, 1847, between
11.1 iiad I11 O*'CilO;, an aldrm %%uZs sou-nded-the
FII.. .!buildii1v neiiar ihr. n,4rl;(-t, known as
,the -tOld School Heuse," was found to. be on
fire and sp~eedily'e-xtingui-shed-cause unknown-
loss t-riflin-. .
6,-On 6th-instan-t, the floor beamfi of store-No.
1, Coliumbus B1loc-k wete found to -be on, ffr6-d-
cause, defect in Fire place, 'store No., 2. -
7.-On 7tih instant, at 1;j A. M., a general try
of, fire was 9o~un<3ed-a number of bales- cotton
were I'Oon-d- to., be .on--fir6 at.'the' ipert Press
Wiiar!-some ten bales destroyed-'Engine Co.
No, 1 wer.o promptly at the scene, and by their
exertion,,, aided by the citizens, an extenisive:
conflazratioi-T no.-doubet, was, prevented-cause at-
tributed td the. tailing cinders -from steam boat
P-eytona iwlen leaving.
:,'.The' Board of Engineers wOould. inform -your
Hnni-ar;aiile- .Body, that i:.u accordance w-ilth Bye-
laws, formed -tpr their owvn government, they have
di-ri-jcte t~he city into three precincts, each of
vvhicI .1have been thoroughly examined,- and re-
ports frnk&d to the undersigned.
-;Wh~eireanger existed, it has been pointed out
'tolthe owrrerCs o'r occupants of building gs, and or-
ders v'ivcon to ensure safety. -A wooden building
h -i (Teienly. ben erected on Commierce street, be-
'tw,.eetl Qritre and- Chestnut streets, in 'direct
violation of an. ordinance now existing.
The Chief Engineer and A-ssistants will gladly
avail themselves of any information communica-
ted of existing dangers and have all1 cornplaints-0o(
violait'ipn proit'iplly attended to. -
The different appardtus*belo)nging to.- the city
have be-en examined and jound to be in good re-
_j-r, also the Efigine houses. 06- enquiry-we
&have atcertain'ed theat flere ar-e no':;Ladders ,be-
tol Igi t'olhe city, -arit would recommend 'the
inti~fx~at,'ikngdtb-wo &tOng I.MdlEr, 40 feet
4?ath., in le-ngth, anditwo.Srlhers 20 fect in length,
'also'a tlwo whleel trutt-'to carry' the 'same, and
.ir'lih.riziii; llhie rormatioh of ;a Coimpany to ,use
and take cn':pf all. QOn examin'atiun) We find
-but one. hook and that -with the shaft brokcen-
anolher one is reoqnisite,' these can be carried
'With Wiie ( adders and *6or 8 men is deemed'suffi-
cient to form a:-1,ok and Ladder Co.
IoWotil! also report that the new Engine has no
Lantern oV, Tohes. We Also bo-g to, call -atten-
tion to the section of an ordinance, passed. 3d,
18-11i regarding Buckcets, with but three 'exiep-
tions, not a building is provided with -the samE?.

We. begg -o al o attention toi the area~t da-
mae kt ,Ui'n 1% gtrn t of- cotton to re-
main on the wharves -for an indefinite .space of,
w.m,..sve-.beflie've that, -such -large quantities
-la.i in! thuisfioru aind vaQN1 of ignition may, .by
ac.cileiitl, or thr-liiih wilfulness,.get on fire~with
bjur lirli i'robabilil) o~f being, subd-ued, until that
ana much mote valuable property contiguous be
'destrtoyed--i n fact, rendering the whole city lia-
,,ble to bel1aid %Naqte. _.We report it as- a public
*nlifiance; and ieconnmend its abatement, by. the
pl~i.!iii]z ul" an ordinance, as governs in Mobile and
New Orleans, causing the removal of'goods with-
in a lim-ited period, -under penalty of a fine.
At the preg'ent'ltime, tlie entire Uheief wharves
'arecomplet'ely blockadedd with cotton, -forming a
solid-mass, without space for an Eng~ine to, get to'
th-el w iter-aind I herrilure deem i-t essential that
some acl be passed foir I lie r-moval'of cotton, Iom
the 'Wharves for th protection --of lliti.ufjus
propertyty *.
We would also'- call'your aftention t6 the prac-:
dece of' hearing poiiol'oil, pitch -and, other'con-
busli ble inafttr %%itlhiri' buildings.
': A Rsolutior, %%3 Rd\, directing, ;51) c.pies.,of an'-._ordiiiairice fur
p'reveritming atid extnj~iiis.hi~ng files giid e-t;,hli-h-
irig a FireL Dep|artmient. to be p ringedd, which lias
never been carried out, and reo~m menid lihat it b.--
di3'ne aq soon as practieable-. In behalf' of the.
Board I lsneri.te wide.i-rigned begs leave to
su~binit tlS.i report, with the, recommendations
Tor mour conmiderationi and acceptance '-
-':": : Chief E~ngineer.
Apalachicola,"Jai 27,1847.
Ur. Butt, duly seconded i called up-the petition,
n1`Joeph Ca-zionia-vo a~nd others, laid on the table
at a former meeting-adopted. YWiereupon, Mr.
fjjv min vw ci, duly -;coi-idn3c., it ha -.cpini.?ne;i have

NE.W YORK-JFCT brig Tfbee-900bal9m*-^
Per brig EL. Wal(ft--4p(0 bale? oollon.
NEW ORLEANS--Per.wahr Ann-2W9 bales.
Per sclir Oetavi-MS bales cotton. '
Per schr Qofam-fl~baika cotton.



date %resi ifS
su' Ujed wi'th PeOW"e^pBR( b. ~f
quality. 6] AftC-
_ptA -Niol.J(v..l14,_1^, -


SHAVING taken the- aboie Mfa-

^ f el ^Y an hwrftfw t rifti ''fifcdd
IAJ U, &, Oo Ithaut 4 T~ Va ^ Mk e (nif
J~i---ffWho ft*crr coiflrbik%~ Bab teir
my-4elf with the hope, MaW fbiwe who call 'nray
be induced to continue &he p~atronagf. The
Stages all stop with me, and inW tbe abmence or
either or them, passengers who gfop- 6efti vill
meet with no detention. as private conneoance
can be had by application to me. The Eaetem
Stage arrives on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri-
days, at 7 o'clock, A. M., and departs on Mon-
days, Wednepdap' 49d Fridayta, at 8 o'clock, P.
Mf. The North .ern Sf age departs immediately of,
ter the arrival of the Eastern, and returns the
same day, of 8 o'clock, P. M. The Western
Stage arrives here in time to take the Eastern
line, and departs atn Mondays, 'Wednesdays and
Saturday, at 8 o'clock, A. M. By thi-3 line,
pass3engers will take the Mail Boat aT'Cha'ttahioo-
chie for Apalachicola on Mondays and Thursdays.
A. G. MARSHALL, Proprietor.
Quincy, October 127, 184f6. novl4 43-If

POR T OF APiLACHWCOLA...... February 6.

Feb) I-Schr Bengal, Crouch, fin New Yorkt.
with loesi of foremaust, main-lopmast, and foregaft.
Schr Cinrferdla. HBibbard, fmi Havana.
Schr Ontwe. Corsden. fin New% Orleans.
Feb 2-Schr Julia, Van Gildtn; rm New York.
Fel) 3-Brig Isabella, Matthews, fm N Otrlans.
Feb 5-Schr Pauline, Young, fin New Orleans.
Steamer Augusta, NMcLean, I'm Chattahoochiee.
iSteamer Mary A Mloore, Moore, fin Glournbus.
Steamer Viofa, Van Veghten, fi Columbus.
Steamer Champion, Cadwall-ader, fm Columbus.
Steamer BostoH. Morton. fin Columbvis.
Steamer Apalaschiicola, Wheaton, fin Columbus.
Steamer Columhus, Stapler, I'm Columbus.
Steamer Charleston, Freeman, fm Columbus.
Feb 2-Schr Ann, Rogers, fin New Orleans.
Feb 3 -Brig Tvbve, LNcCormack, for New York,
by SNourse.. Siotle & Co,
Schr Onlwa, Corsden, for New Orleans.
Schr C-inderelli, Hubbard, for St Nlarks
Feb4-13 1 iaE L Walton, Rowe, for New York,
by Dndge'ZV~ritl.
'Feb 5-Schr Octavia, Knowles, for N Orleans.


dispatch, For passage only, 01a
nt~. ort6 aja~nl rf

,^-TS. E gHlipenior hark J
^^^.a~lhe rldrObft
.S^a~aoyenamed porr. .Forf'
Jan 9 -

For Neva York, vnriftb"mlfi
.4,THE reicular packeof^-ig
0^C FISHER, =of~~a^
a I~reight.arpdsaagey,pil tl 1 I.-M
DODGj & Bl~
Jan 23 40 *^
Foir New yr,- ^
^ THE regular packtr, Wfl -Am'tf
^^ Z.1, Dodge, Masit r. WrMibbihl.i^
.3S-age, app ly to) 1*. ; a %

DODG8 at PitA3?
Jan *22 4u Wdsm!Ijq
Jb'or Boscorn, %Vith dejl9AJ
..TH E superior fasa m^iSk S
j VERL Y, Smijjhth magfcr; ;i
Ar-Sno'v"e. For passage, OpPly o *^
J an 23 -D R WOOD & ^.
ForBlU T .*-S
^- TH E good b "ark ^rf f~
c^^ andsi, master. hew'fentire aQ ^
.^Sd eck ) going on boar;L'-Fc.Afrf
or passage, a )ply '' *
Jan 23 CA? yeW^

(,(Ate T CJL-4HK4,?4'-

I ,


Jessie, Oliver, 679 tons, for Liverpool, loadiog-
J Dav & Co.
Waverly, S5mith, 539 tons, for Boston, loading-
1. B Wood &, Co.'
Harriet Rockvvvll, Garrish, 447 tons, for Liver-
pool, loading-Sims&~ Chee~er.
Consiellciiion, Fluner.276 tons, for Genoa, load-
ing.-Ls Fred E Dogas.
Magdala, Dodge, 298 ions, for New York. load-
ing-Dodge &' Pratt.
Robert W l, Jobnson, 444 inns, for Liverpool,
loadin.-Hfill, DaWi-on &- Co
Mersey, Coffin, 372 tons, for Liverpool, loading--
;IPa \. Co. ,,
?aral> ZlieaH .Sands. 401 ions for Baltimore, load-
ing-Clias Kog,rs\ A.Co.
Covenainter. Parterson, 61-2 tons, fm Liverpool,
waillng-J Day & Co.
BR I Cs.
14abella, Maidievrs, 145 tons, fin New Orleans,
R C Fisher, Conklin, 122 ions, for New York,
loadin--Dodge &' Pratt.
Clarion, ---, fin Bonaire, discharg-ing.-Chas
H ogers &. Co.

COTTON -Telegraphic 'news -of thie arrival of
the Hibernia$) reached us on Tuesday, but in
con~sequ-ence of the non-arrival of the le~ners and
circulars till yesterday, there was but little done.
Tuesday-, Wednesday, or Thuroday. The few
sales made were at irregular prices, generally
however at j to id. advan~e.- Yesterday after the
mail Was distributed, an active demand rprUng up,
and rising 2000 bales changed hands, principally
taken by one operator. The advance on prices,
previous to the arrival of the steamer, is full 1c.;
10j for Good Middling, being about the prices
paid yesterday. To-day there is a pause in the
market, the -sales only amounting to a few hun-
dred bales.
FRE~IGH3TS.-Vesselis continue. very scarce. the
arrivals from sea this week being confined to a
couple~of schooners, one of which lhas been taken
foxBaltirnlore at I l-le. 'Vessels loading for New
-York have obtained 1C. for small lots to fill up.-
No new engagemne-rt to Bostont. Foreign Frei.-lits
remain unchanged.

Dwelling for Rent.
f ,n HE small Dwelling Ho-use lately oc-
i'ftcupied by Ar W A McKenzie. luquire
"^Hj o' OURSE, STONE & CO.
Dec 26?i 46 Wafer street.

For Sale.
ATHE House situated on Commerce,
between Porbea' street and the Fiorida
Promenade, at present occupied by the
subscriber. The house is in goAd repair, free
from all lincumbrances, with a good yard and Well
of water-it iqi well calculated for a smll amily.
Attached to the premises is a'goo6d 'Stable. Foir
term.;, apply to
Jan 2 50-lm M. -CAN-RBJGAN.

S.CONTI N UE catr .\
V1 ness ni Apalachicola, tfiwo;'
*^*l-*3 lw the City Hotlor o Ceil) |
e^ Havmpsuperidr ivqinrifen'^
confident that all who may Fpaironize.. Lia-~
I ha( I hey have cal led at fte iH t snu~p. ^
Calf Skin, Morocco, rnid' af. t L~tt
or Shoes :r-de to order, of'rh 1 in fi^
proved style. He will also k-eep1 6n tkd^
and selected assortment or Ready .. &A
Shoes and- Btogani. All-me~nf~tig,":!f&
vwilh neatness -and prom pltit~d-,;i jridl1?
thiat cannot fail lo be tecogniqed-aItehi~
with fhe comnpetition in trade -and I
of the time-i.' .*

C REAM TART'AK,' lorsadle by *t'^
]4Rep1&6* .jr^

ALL buildings not proy 4vidd fi iJtfk J
Aets, in akccordar)ce willi-, 8Ct Pw.i
Ordinance'No. Q6, onl or before (heJiLA
ary, will be reported to the City Attom^
ID). B. ywa
Jan -30 Chief Enagineer, .Fi~ewlDepa
Prints! 'PPeIM f 171r
THE suhscrib~er has jt&,t Yecad.^
TMagdal2, from '&eW Yorltk',iee M
iior .English Cambric Prints, lo.r -ekPatj
prices than ever before offeretl:ai' Whol-f
retail, by i
Jan 16 F,.^ FR--W)l,9MB.Pit~
JUST received per sclhoorvoilEfia4S
New Orleanat .1 y^
20 bbls Flour; 15 do.'Whiske-y. i~~t^
2 bbls -Monongahela do;. 5 ko'e m S
5 11 Ness Pork; 5 do. Family, Beef,1
For sale by EDWARAX-cCU~Il;
-P LOOGHS, No. JU and 16, ai AWAd~
prices, by B. ELLISON &t^
J'a 3 2J 24 WaTgr?
SUGAR Weltle's Mjlls and Cauildro^^
Assortment, monst approved patternfo |


A RrI cLEi. R,4. D_ C. 1)C
BAG'rG^'eluky..:.....yd 11 a 12
Dundee, .......yd 16 a 17
Pednia,.... ....d a Is
BALE ROPL, Kentucky ...... lb 5 a 6j
Norilhern, ...... lb
M anilla, a
BREAD, Nav-y .... .... .......cwt 3j a 5
Pilot,..... .... ......cwt 5 a 6.1
COFFEE, Rio, .... ......... ....Ilb 8j a 9j
Havana ...... .... ....Ilb a
Jaiva,. .... ... .... ....Ilb lOJ a 13
CANDLES, Sperm ..... ........ Ib 30 a 35
CORDAGE, Manilla,....... l**b a I2
Hemp ..... a 12_1
Tairred,.... .... .*b a 12J
CIDER. Northern .... .... .....bbl 600 a
Brown Shintings,...yd 51 a 7.
L Sheetings;, ..v Id 10
Ticlking-3, ....- .. -.%*,d Il1 a W6
Cottonades ...... ....yd 14 a 33
Calico Prinl?,.... .....yd 6j a 25
Kentucky Jeans,. ....V( 25 a 55
DUCK,, ... .......**.....yd IS a 2'0
DYCS-, Logw'J, C d-rpeachy,. -ion
St. Doningo,.loi
F ml;ic .. ... ............ .. ion
Indi o .. ... .... .......... 1 00 a
FLOUR, Northern, ....... .... hbl 675 a 700
I Western,.............bbl 5 75 a 600
FISH, Cod,................. .*box 250 a 4 50
Mackerel, No. 1,..... bbl a 12 0W
No. 2, .....bbl 600 a 700
No. 3, ...bbl 500 a 600
H E RR ING;....... .... .... ... box 1 00 a
FRUIT, Almonds, .... .. .. .. -- lb
Raisins ...... .... .... box 275 a 3 00
Prunes, ............... l**b 2M a 25
Currants .. ........ .. ****lb 16 a IS
Figs .. ..... .... .....drum
Lemons,. .... .... .... box 7 00 a
FUTRS, Otter ..... .... .... .... ....
FEATHERS, ....... .... .... ....Ilb
GRUAIN, Os,........ ..bush 75 a
Corn, .. .... .... .... bushi 62.1 a Co5
GLASS .. .. -- -6............ ..**box #2950 a 300.
H ANY.. .'... ..... .....* .... *cw i 1 00 a 1 95)
141DE!3, G-r,-eei .... .... .... .....Ib 3 a 3,t
Dry. country ..... ....Ilb 6 a
IRON, English,..... .... .... .... lb 4j a 5
Swedes .... .... .... .....Ib 5 a 64
Hloop .... .. .. .... a 8
Sheet ... ..... .... .... lb 8 a 10
Nail R1od<,. .... .... .....l[> 6.1 a 71
ra-3lin1. American, 1...l 4 a 6i
Boards, White Pi(?,.. .....N-
Yellow ...... M 700 a 10 00
SFinve ... .. ... .. .. .. .. N1M
White Oak Heads,........ M 1200 a
L Heading ...... N1
LL AD. Bar .... .... ..... > b 5 a 6
heet, ...... .... .... 11) a 12
LIME, ... ... .. ... ... ....bbi 1 15 a
MOLA-4S'ES, N. (0........... gl 32 a 33
NAVAL STOR1ES, P Itch, 200 a 250
Oak uin i.bale a 400X
R osi n,.. .hbl 1 50 a 20()
Tar ...... bbl a 3 00
NA \ILS .... .... ........... It *eg 4 50 a 5 00
OfILS, Linseed ............... ***sdl 90 a 1 25
Olive ...... ..... .... 61)(de 1 25 a I 5o
SPer ,. ...... .... .... .... gal 1 12 a 1 50
Lird ..... ..... .... .... gal 80 a 90
T -inn,r-.'. .. .. .. .. .. ....galI
Ca%5iL~-ii .--.. -.. ... 1 75 a 2 00
PRVSINPork, Nlest.?.. -bbl 13 00 a 1350
*4 M. 0 .. .bbl 12 00 a 1250
P" Pri me,. bhl a 11 50
B -con-Ham3, --.. .. .. ....Ib 8 a 9
"* canvassed, 9 a 12.1
Sides ... .... .....Ih 6j-&, 7.
Slhoulders,. ... -. .5.k a 6
L.%nD. ..... .. .... .... .... Ib 10 a
I'L-ri-Eii .... .... ... .... .... lb 20 a 23
CHFP.-'R .... ..... .... ..... b 8 a 9
Pn r.%^ roiE<,... ..... .... .... bbl 3511 a
PEA NUT... ......bu.-h 55 a.
1> [;E .. .. ... .. .. .. ..Ib O a
SPIC FS, Ca-zsia,. l..... ..b, 45 a
SPIC ES, Clnves,. ...... ,1-, 37; a .50
Gir.-er rooL, ......I 9- ap 10
66 Voun" ..... ... 11, I11 a 12L
Nutmneg?., .... .... .... It 2 12 a 2.50
Pepr% r .... .... ...... !hj 14 a 16
SUGAR, N, Orlean!7 ....... .....lIt 8 a
St. C roix< ... .. ........ lbt 14) a 11
Loaf,..... .... .... .....lIt 13 a 15
fr'ALT, Liverpool,.... .... .... sack 1 12J1 a 1 2.5
"Coarser ...... .... .... hum'h 62 a 75.
STEELCd--l ... .... .... ....cewi IS? 00t a 251 00 *
Get ian ..... .... .... c\'Vi 12 00 a 15 00
A p P. ... .... .... ... ... ....lIb 5 a 7
SPIRITS, Brandv. Cog.nac, ....ga1 250 a 350
-Gini, I-Tolland. .... ..-- al 1 50 a 1 75
"Amierican, ......gdl 41) a A'2
,R111, N E ..... .....i,. 37 a 40
Whi;keiv, Reei. 22 a 24
Alcohol" ... .... .... al <2.'. a. 75
SKI-NS, Bear ......... .... .... .... 1 51) a 200
Depr ....... .... .... ... .. 8 a 10.
,.HOT, all size!, ... .... .... ..... It- 5 a M6,
TOBACCrO, .............I. 12;i a, 75
TEA, Y,-ouna Hyson,. ...' 45 a I (X00
SAouchon-,. .... ........... It, 40 a 50
T I N .. .. .. .. .. ..... ; ... ... I
TWINE, Batling, ....... -.11, IS a 21)
Seine, ...... .... .... lb 411 a -.50
\VTNF.S. MIaderia ........ .....gal1 100 a 300

Stock on hand Sept. 1, 1846.A08
Burnt since 1st Sept1,100
Rieceived-pas't 3 days;........ .3,913
previously ....... ,..51,O0 5
Total .........--5
Exported past .3 days ........... M)93
1 4 previously ... ... 5


55966 482-53

Total ........- 1.9941 16557
On hand and on shipboaid-hoteleared .37,972 31696
Comnmencing- Ist September, 184t6-aud sanie
time In 184-5.
';. "WHITHEMR rxporTED, 13 daysiously eason

Liverpool .. ... .. .. .1321 .1321 .3700
H avre. ...... ... .... ...* ...... ...... ......
N antz/. ... .. ...... ... ...... .. .... ...... ......
T rieste.; .. .. ....... ... .. .. .. .....
G enoa .I .. **** .. .. .. ... .. .. ..
O iher ports ....... .. . .. ...... ****** ****** ****** *****
Total to For. Ports. .....- .. .13721 ..1321 .3700
New York ........... .. 1264-. .334.5 .. 460 .6195
B~oston. ........... .... ..... .. 3961 .39)61 .1781
Providence ...........162-3 1623 .2294
Philadelphia ... ... .... .. ... ...... .
-Baltim ore. ... .' ...... ..1221
New Orleans.....'..... ... .731 44A7 .521,3 .. .1238
Other ports .... ... .... ...... .. 1262 .1262 ... 12-S
STotal Coastwise.i,. .>1995 _146714. 16b73 .138357

Per steamer Augusta--Dr I" Oarnoelian; M'%es.;rs
11 D'Darden, Wither Young) E TA Skipper, and
De Vane. .
Per steamer ColuLmb us-Messrs J S XVann, and
11 Wooten.
Pe6rsreamer Charleston-LMessrs Woudliall, ~rv-
br,'Mlanin, Allen;Jordan, Smith, Hammock, and
Per steamer Champion-Mr C C Greene, ladyr,
child and servant; Messrs Howell, Hidgley, and
_BrowAn.-- I'0
Pe-r steamer Apalachi-ola-Mrs \Vopdey and 2
children; Dr Lockhart, Capt S Suimon; Messrs
Beirielr, Armstead and Hawley. -
' Pet stearijr. Augu~sta^-Mesgrs WAm S Beal. H
Ely, lEdward Bowfirhan A Russell, I I "'acliobe,
_G W N4e,,s6m )R A Craw ord'.
Per steamer Viola-'Mrs 1 D Bu.-bep1, daughter
and servant; Miss Hutc-hinson; Messrs J Ball, A
Rutherford, A G Serrimnesi J M "Inmpson; Ala.-er
Per steamer Mary A Moore-Ak ftow, John.,-on
\Velborn, C Alexander, D D Cdpbke,J Kirby.

Per steamer Angusta-2'I bales co iio n lo B El Ii -
son & Co; 4 to D G Raney; 20 do andl 2 boxes to-
bacco to WmG Porter &e Co; 6.b tlel cotton and
9Lboxes tobacco to Lockhart & Young;; 6 do to
Tkos .Preston.
Per steamer Columbus-311 to John J Colien: Maclay &c Kirrbrough; 100 in Chas Roger.r
& Co;' 60 to Hlarper & -Holines; .S39 i) %%'%\lie &*-
McKenzie: 25 to A N McKay;.20 in J S X'.inn, 7
to Wm G Porter & Co; 7 :to Sims k; Chpever.
Per ste-amer Charleston-225 bail"s coin-in 10 J J
C ohen 20 to B llison & Co; 124 lo) H irperk-.
Hles; "0 t o Maclay& ibocl:27oAN
pMcjay 27 to Lockhart& Young;; 2-5 11o Xylie \
Mceze 15t Joward & Rutherford.
P r ste am ,r C h am pion -1 3 b: .le 4 co wi n t

Lockhart&*f Young; 124 to A N Nich'y. 106 lo
mae'a Li Kitbbrough; 97 to--Wylie &- INI-I~en)zir;
87 to Dodge.& Praltt 50 to M M Bill; 25 to \\'m
G Porter & Co; 24 "to Harper & Efolines; 2 to C'
Rogers C o.
Per steamer Apalach icola-]186 bales cotton to
* N McKay-, 100 to'D B Wood & (7n; 71, to WV
* & PC kain; 66 to Harper & Holirie-; 37, [o Hill,
Dawson &c Co; 34 to Lock~hait-t& I'ounz, 26 io
Wm G Porter&c Qo; 16 to H R Taylor; 7 10 Dodge
& Pratt; 5 to Wylie & McKenzte.
Pe~r steamer Augusta-95 bales cotlln andl 15
boxes tobacco to Lockhart & Young; 16 b~tle';col-
ton to A N McKaiy; 4 to Wm G ["or. er \- Co. 8
to Wylie & McKenzie; 11 boxes tobacc CO 10'lO-io
Per steamer Boston-584 bales poilon to Hat per
& Holmes;. 158 t6 Chas Roge'rsk- (-o; 133 lo Rill,
Dawson&e Co; 88 to Dodge &, Pratt; I Io A N
McKay. -;
Per steamer Viola-631 bales cotilon lo I M
-Wright'; 127 to Harper ore 122 10 I N
IMcKi-ty. 63 to Wylie & McKenzie: 24 10 Lock-
liari Vc Yojung; 60 do aocdl bbjlbeeswx to Nourse,
SItoip &e Co.-
Po-r h("i i'iM r 'or- 9 iles; conior to
A N McKay; IRO t .o Lockhart &- Youing; 55 to
Dodge N, Prail; .48 to Wylie& MiaKenzie.
.Per barge.Li~ve Oak, fmir Miiridinnr>-f9 b~ales
cotton to Win G Porter.&,-Co; 35 to Lockhdrt &,
22 to J S Huto-hinson;'2l to J F F-trrnor; I11 to
-Wyfiefe ceze

E XCHANGE on Boston, Providence,, New
York and B-dl Ii more bought, andsight checks
on New York sold by .
Dec 5 Agents Bank of Brunswick.

THE undersigned continue to make advances
Ton Cotton consigned io their- friends in Liver-
pool, Havre, Boston and New York.
D. B. WOOD & CO.
Dec 5 7 Columbus Rowv.

.Nly authorized Agent during mny abesencefrom
WSh^tate of Florida.w
*Dec 5 R. CROckTC~T MER.

Sheriff's Sale.
B Y virtue of a writ of fieri lacias, issued from
the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court, for
the county of Franklin, Western Circuit of Flo-
ridla, and to me directed, wherein David Web-
ster is plaintiff, and William S. Nell and Henry
Allen are defendants, I have levied upon and will
offer for sale before the Court House door, in thie
city of Apalachicola on the first Monday in
March fielt, 184 .7, within the legal hours, Lbe
following property; Mo wit: one negro boy named
Fleming and one negro man named Isum, levied
upon as the properly of said defendants, and to be
sold to satisfy said. writ of fieri facias.
JOH4N LUCAS, Sheriff,
By his Deputy, BE:Nj. LUCA.Ls
Apal-chicola, Jan. *29, 1847. 3-5t

2 1-200 Ibs. Platform-Scale91 *" %S
^ 2 1600 Ibs. dm: i-|
*2 1600 1b. Beare?. complete forijromfi~
ing For sale by *.,- ,
Jan 23- OETALLEP? ^||

A N allf F I ^& S~
and for sale by ^Ji^
Jan 30 -J_^

w I NiER ctrained,:a splendiia-^^,
VV by [jain301... ,,. i'.C^S s

1 '000 SACKS, cargo'rg' *6(- Bal-
1-000 Coven~ante'r, f660stie^S
Jan"23 .JSf
6ry -oweds &W I
PURLLINOS, I-Tic kiiigs,,*Col lnrii"
iJLinseys, Kersqey3,sJb- Jea',,ft-mi^
kets, Twveedai, Sihnf^S~~yg
Gingharrliq-Valroede.4 tbeTl06. oji,

Jan *S*;- **-^ ^

Sherilffs Sale.
B Y virtue of a writ of fieri facias is-lued from
the Cleric's office of the Cirenit'Court, for
[lie COuriiy of Franklin, Western Circuit of Flo.
rida, and to me directed, %%herein Henry Ailen
is plaintiff and William S. N611 is defenidant, 1
have levied upon-ahd will otfer for sale bef0- .e ItIhe'
Court House door, in Ihe city ofApalicbicula, on
the fir-it Monday in March tkext, 1647, within-
legal hour, the following property, to wit : one
negro man named Fleming, and one negro-, nian
named Ben, levifea upon as the property of said
defen&-%t and, to be silld to satiqfy said writ of,
fieni facial, JOHN LUCAS, Sherifr,
By his Deputy, BENJ. LUCAS.
Apalachirnla, Jan. 29, 1647. 3-5t_

HATS ana *CV-psby.lthe M-g4 j

'13 BLS. W-hi liey&'o.>
0\J 10-"-Fk^^?-a.?bagis, ita8
landing frbvrf 8schbr."ESzabietk4:ao[(
for cash*,,-by '., ;','- fs ^
Jan; 13-: NOdRfSESO

1^300 r ...
For sale at lowv pirice, by'.
Jan 9 .. ;,. ,,.
Liadies"41 '--d';^'-

0 *C',-ceork
For sals-w" R~fpt
Jan JQ :,w -,' ''-- -.4 *

Valliaole Negro Boy :for safe, ?t!
Auction. -.f
BY.10MAY S HETTCHLYS 0,N, Atjkitolreer..
W ILL besold at the Apalachicola Exchange
on Tuesday, -2d- day of Februar ,,alt'.7 I
o'cock A.M., the negro boy Larry;, 514" ylars
old,asgood carpenter, first rate intelligent-'s'er-
vant, Q-"..ild for no fault-to cloqe an) e:tale under.
%n order of the Hon. Judge 61-rprbate, to-the A$]-
ministraitor de bonus non, of the estate 6f R~iafur'
Wood, dee'd.. J. S. HIUTCHINONj,.
Jahuar) -201) Auctioneer. *

IS5TARP.?S,? d S^
VV^ hery, uat wec~iv4Afl Mft

Jan23 ^i

..Oil clitoths- *Atl"
1 Q JC-Rcs~itt~rap'
8 ..g-.pcs raL
.* QeblttpBn
12---. > < *. .
^ ^^W'40

WhIfte.Pinte Litmber IFor Sale.
090~ 0.0 FEET White Pine Lumber,
^\Jy\J\^.- J-st jeeiye~d per schooner
Hu.nter, from Bath, Maine.

*beet wormn medicine ori-nw 6-,;e'- toiisae
Jan 30 J C 'A t..E r



For B~ent9,
_let THE Property on Centre st. ktown as
ihe City Hotel. Apply to- %
[nov21] D. B. WOOD & CO.
Stores for Rent.
B- STORE No. 6, in Columbus Block,
i *latp ly occupied by Sims & Cheever, and
SStlore No -2, BlockC on Water st. Ap-
pl. to NOU RSE, STON E & CO.
Dpc 21i 46 W~ater street.

.Foir Sale,
THE House on the corner of Chestnut
and Live- Oakc streets, known as the
I Ioditein H>.ouse." Apply to

Ornamentall Trees, Shrubsp &e.
jjly~ji-j THE undersigned has just received
'^SS~ff~ rom the Nurs3ery of Wiiters-& Co.,
JH -L. I a choice lot of Fruit and Orna-
^L mental Tifees, Shrubs and Plants,
af]o'lg wvinch will be found Carnations, Tulips,
Honey Suckles, Roses, Altheai Dahlia's, Hya-
cynths, Paeonies, Figs, Vines, &c. &c. All ol
fhich are to be sold-at invoice prices.
Jan 16 Corner Cheqtnut and Water sts.
Bell &Lavrseup

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